The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 23, 1944 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, October 23, 1944
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Monday, October 23, 1944 £fie $after«fielb Californfajt RECORDS BLUE BIRDS PLAN HALLOWEEN FETE MASK CONTEST ARRANGED FOR LIVELY FUNCTION EVERY MUSIC LOVER SHOULD HAVE THESE! 151S!» $1,05 vilnlion (o the AValU, Parts 1 and il (von Weber) 1'hi la dolphin Orchestra—Slokowski conducting mee of the Hours, Parts 1 am} L* Plans fur the annual Blue ( illowern party to br> lield at Jeff: el-son I'ark Saturday morning, Oc- 1 lobrr L'K, aro now complete. A city- I wlilr. mask is slated for the event, \vilh an <»n'ici;il Blue Bird b:in- n ) i iier to bo ;i warded to the winning i ; group. Tales "f masks being made 4 of paper sacks, sugar sarks and p;*per platP.s Jim] every conceivable h*id have boon hinted at by the f* il. I « . . , Virtiu- Symphony Orx-hesirn—Uosario roudtidiug « Talcs Vmm llio Vienna Woods (Strauss)} ,-,.,- Kluo I>:nm!.e \V?ilt/, (Slraussi \ * * " * . 79c $1.05 S|nkn\v>ki La Lonisi* im 1 — Mia (Jhiainano Mini! I>t']»ms J,i> Jour (Inur Mon iv $1.05 (Gypsy Airsi Jnschri • • $1.05 H (violin) O f Dry Those Tears (Del I'll Take Yon Home Again, Kathleen (Westemlorf) .Inmos Mellon (tenor) 18219 . . , $1.05 Toccata and Fngiir in D Minor (Raeh) Thiladelphia Orchestra—Stokowslu conducting Kathleen Ala vourneen f Crawford i The .Merry Widow (Kranx. I.ehar) 1 Jyove You So ( Fran/ Lf»lj>ir> . $1.05 This is (he rir^t cily-wido of it?: Kind ;ittojnpt(_>d by the Blue Hird groups. 'J'hc banner tu bo awarded to Hie \vimiinu ^rou]> \va niado by M rs. Reryl Slot Is, \\ 1m IT- cc'iitly rosi^iifd as 1 'amp Kiro field \\ orkor. Tin 1 ban in r was made an a parting ^il t to the TSlue Minis. Tim pin^i-aiM will bc^in with WHIKS and slim is fnllnwrd l»v tlu: mask * i-fiitcst. A special board oi" jiuiqos has boon si-U'i-'totl coinpoMMl of Mrs. ('. A. Uarlow. Mrs. A. .S. Uoodn, and Mrs. A. C. Dimon. following the. prop;rr\m of gamos the plrla will climax the day with pirnic lunch and the awarding of the banner to the winning Rroi»)> by Mrs. Huth 1'nwNnn. Hlup 7-iird groupH jjartlcipating in tbo affair are as follows 1 . Clay nine Hirds from 1-oweII School; Zinnia Hluo Birds of Horace Mann, Rosebud. Lnmont; Amonran, of 1 AiiiKl'cllow: Switt Arrow, of Ibirncn Mann; J-'or-.Me-Not, of "\Villiams; l-'airy, of : l,n))in, of "Williams: and 'ic I'.lnc i'.irds. o!" Koosevi-lt Sr-honl. -Ks •*?< Poet and lVn (von & llichard t'roorks (tenor) saiit. Overture, Parts 1 and L*( ,,,., M i llj * Boston "Pops" Orchostrrt . $1.05 Sunrise Pawe. No. 1 and 2 (Charles Skilton) $1.05 Symphony Orchcsl ra 11-S311 Symphonic ^loderne, Parts 1 and 2 (Max Steinor> .Symphony of Los Angcle.s $1,05 Itching of Simple Mnrrlngc of Figaro—Overture (Moxart) "J Midsummer Night's Droam—Sehero ? (Meudelssolui) / Pierre Luboshut/ and Gcnia NemenofT Toi Seule (THrhiiiUowsUy) Quo Cfvienneiit Los Hoses (I'anlin) (Iraro Moore (soprano) Minnot and Trio (Schubert i Prelude in C Sharp Minor (KnchmnuinotT) Arthur Rubinstein (piano) 11-S4T.5 .... $1.05 S . . . . $1.05 *r\ON'T scratch and scratch •*-'when soothing Resinol can probably give you the same easy relief it gives to so many. Itsspecially blended medication acts quickly to quiet the itching sting, check further irritation, and so hasten healing. Get s jsr today! Enjoy its many uses. KM'KNT RRinK^Miss M;»ry Hie- roinini, tlie cliiiightcr of Mrs. P. liicc.'oniini, df 4i'J Klovonth street, hecaino tlio bride of Alfred Cortopassi, of Kichmond, at rites performed in St. Francis Church recently. The. young couple will' nvik« their home in Richmond DeMolay Mothers Generous to Chest Tho P.akcrsric-ld DeMolay Mothers n-ri'ntlv met at the home of Mrs. Gordon Truill. i:U Lincoln street, at which time a donation nf $."iO was made to the War Chest. Plan." were also made to send Christinas cards to all the Ue- Moluy boys in service. A luncheon was served by the bostfss, assisted by Mrs. Don (iriffith, Mrs. R. J. Luter and Mr*. C. A. McTntire. Those attending in addition to the hostesses were: Mesdamcs F. F. Mulroy, J. D. Morris, C. K. Wykc.'s, Charles K Barrows, H. R. Davison, Mae Harps, Otto Duker, R. A. Hood, W. L. Wilbur, Fred Itandour, Charles Roton, Leo Rapp, Leslie Anderson, Chester Crum, Janet Brooks, Carl J. Mln- ter, Joe- Miller, Margaret Hammond, K. R. Stanton, Betty Tolmes. I41!7fi . $1.05 LR Scnla TM ^(*1n—Overture, and 1! ( Rossini) Toscanini and B. 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The function also honored the hostess* son and daughter-in-law. Lieutenant and Mrs. James Curran Nof- who were married in Florida several months ago. Lieutenant Nof- zlger is now stationed at Camp Stewart. Georgia. The couple met while attending University of California at Los Angeles and Mrs. Not- ziger. the former Miss Marjorle (Joodwin of Whittier, will remain in California, returning to her studies at University of California at Los A nseles where she is a senior student. Receiving with Mrs. Nofzlgcr were her parents, Air. and Mrs. James Curran of this city, her sister-in-law, Mrs. Robert Curran, also of Bakersfield, her sister. Mrs. L. E. Chenoweth of Santa Barbara, and his sister-in-law, Mrs. J. Nofzlger of Los Angeles. The guests were received in the lovely patio of the Nofziger home. Tea was served from lace-covered tables centered with low white bowls of bronze and gold dwarf zinnias. MVP. NoVziger was assisted in her hostess duties by Mesdames Bll.s House, Sanfred Gehr and Fred \Vilson. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Nof- zigcr entertained at a barbecue dinner in compliment to relatives and relatives of Lieutenant Rieseburg. Airs, niesebei'g. who has made her home in P.akersfield for most of her lire, is one of this community's most popular matrons. Her hus- h;md. author of many interesting books, has as his most recent work "I Dive for Treasure," a study of salvage work of which he is an acknowledged authority. Mrs. Nofziger, who is the former Miss Rosalind Curran, Mrs. Riese- herg, rind Mrs. Jay Nofziger of Los Angeles arrived in BakersCield today, and were guests will 11 relatives and old friends, at a luncheon given by Mrs. Curran at her home, 2^2 Eureka street. FRATERNAL To Meet Tuesday Kern Review No. 6«, Woman's Benefit Association, will hold a potluck luncheon and business meeting:, Tuesday, at 12:30 in the Knights of Pythias hall. Mrs. William Montieth will preside. La Estnlla dub La Estrella Club will meet Tuesday, at 2 p. m., in the Masonic temple, Mrs. Burton Covel, president, announced today, The club meetings will be held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, Mrs. Covel announced. ••fcV.V " » • • There are no harmful opiates in Finkham's Compound — it's made from nature's own roots and herbs (plus Vitamin BO. It helps nature! Also a fine stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND NATURAL LOOKING CURLS Yes,— it'i true! You can now give yourself a marvelous permanent wave. cooHy, comfortably, at home, — easy at putting your hair up in curler*. The amazing WAVE KIT eontaim everything you need. Accept no sub- •titules, but insist on the genuine Charm -Kurt. Complete, only 59 cents.— pay no more. Over 5 million sold. Safe, for every type of hair. At Kim ball and Stont and all drug store*. mondcr! It'sStroock's divine Kashmir. Just think how you prize those precious, soft sweaters... and what a whole coat of it would be like...soft, light, and wonderfully warm.. t a classic coat to be treasured for years. Just ten of these rare coats, for ten lucky women Some are in Nude, some in Natural . . 150* exclusively at L-l ' FRESNO • BAKERSFIELD HONOR GUESTS—Captain and Mrs. LeRoy Galyen Wednesday celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary ol their wedding, which wtis performed In Bakersfield in 19ID. They are the parents of Airs. Vernal G. Cozby and Miss Eleanor Galyen, who were hostesses at a reception for SO guests at the family residence, 1605 Alta Vista Drive. Mock Wedding Is Feature of Galyen's Silver Anniversary Mrs. Vernal G, Co/by and Miss Eleanor Galyen were hostesses at a silver wedding anniversary party for their parents^ Captain anc3 JVIrs. LeRoy Galyen, at their home, 1605 Alta Vista Drive, "Wednesday. The news of the reception was conveyed to their parents by an invitation sent through the mail. Two large bouquets of pink asters find rose do Montana were massed on the mantel oC the fireplace. Serving as a centerpiece was the couple's wedding picture taken 25 years ago. Besides the picture was a clipping out of The Bakprsfield Californian describing their wedding. October 18. ]9JD. Silver bells tied with ribbon hung from the lights over the mantel. Mrs. Carl Kranter presided over the guest book, which was placed in the entry hall, beside a bouquet of pink and white carnations. A profusion of red and white autumn flowers in the Galyen home formed the background for the receiving party which included, Mrs. Cozby, Miss Galyen and Captain and Mrs. Galyen. Two groups of songs were sung by Mrs. Norman Brookes accoompan- ied by Mrs. Cozby. The first group included "I Love You Truly." "Always" and "Remembering." The second group included "When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver" and "I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad." A duct, "Let the Rest of the "World Go By," was sung by Mrs. Xorrnan Brookes and Mrs. Vernal Cozby. Immediately following the last son £5, the wedding march was sounded which surprised the honor guests. A wedding veil and bouquet were brought forth and the "bride and bridegroom" were marched to the nltnr. The maid of honor was Miss Galyen and the best vn:\n w:is Kent fort Williams. Joel Reynolds, the ring hearer; the bride was given in marriage by her father-in-law, Geortre Gnlyon. The two daughters were dressed alike in black gowns with white velvet jackets decorated with gold se- o.nins. Mrs. Galyen \va.s attired in a black evening gown and wore an orchid corsage, a gift from her husband. A three-tier cuke, surmounted by a miniature bride and bridegroom and decorated with silver bells and flowers, was cut by Mrs. Kentfort Williams after the bridn and bridegroom of 1^5 years ago sliced the first piece. Those assisting in serving were Mrs. J. N. Parks. Mrs. Christine Summers, Mrs. Robert Paddock, Miss AVanita Murray and Miss Marie Roux. Many beautiful gifts were received; eighty guests attended. Out-of-town participants were Mr. and Mrs. Kentfort Williams, May wood; Mr. and Mrs. Roy McClure, Long Beach; Miss Shari'on AVilliams, May wood, and Mr. Kenny Wililams, Maywood. Blood Bank Trip Slated Wednesday Daughters of the Ooldcfl' "West, KI Trjon Parlor No. UHfl, announce the fourth motor tour to Ilia Hollywood blood bank Wednesday. Donors are requested to have a physical checkup before signing- up for the trip. Anyone from the ape of :M and tio may donate blood. Minors between the ages of 18-21 are not solicited .is donors, but they will be accepted if they arc members of the artnert forces. Civilians between 18 and 21 may be accepted with special provision— they must have a written consent from parent or legal guardian. Among those of the Native Sons who are making this fourth trip pos sible are Lloyd Frye. Perry Barrett, Ralph Hinderliter, George Morris. A. A. Hart, Elmo Destefani. A. S. Sandrlnl. AVilliam Stein. J. H. Pro,singer, Sr., A. T. Bnrges, Jarnos Pr-n- slnger, .Jr., and William Ooodale. The first trip in Hollywood is re- been composed < pnrted to have 17 members of the Native iors, tho second iuclmU'd IM with. the thirtf nu:nhoring IS. The bus for (lie first two trips was donated by C. C. Hawarolh of the OnyiKO Belt S ta Res, wtih the Native Da lighters paying for tlie third. This group plans to make two trips a month to the southern blood bank. MAN DIES > A man identified as Anton Olson of Yuma, Arix., was found dead in front of the Aleweine Cafe in Inyokern at fi:;io p. m. yesterd.-iy, according to the sheriff's office. Death was apparently from natural causes, reports state. The body is at O'Donnell's Kvmpral Home in . T. A. N S Membership in the Fruit vale P. T. A. has increased more than 100 per cent, according to a report made by Mrs. \V. L. Jones, membership chairman, at a recent meeting in the school. Members secured to date total 124. Guest speaker at the meeting 1 was N. H. Farnham, superintendent of Standard School, whose topic, "Intelligent Voting," was followed by questions and discussion of propositions to be presented in the November election. A "yes" vote on No. 3 and No. 9, and a "no" on No. 1 were recommended. A report was read from Mrs. Andrew Heimforth, magazine chairman, stating that 2(i subscriptions to the "Parent-Teacher Magazine" have been secured. Honor roll, green, blue, yellow, red, and silver awards have been received by the Fruitvale P. T. A. and an honor roll award was made to Mrs. Heimforth. Plans for the P. T. A. carnival, October 27, were completed and refreshments were served by the eighth grade room mothers. Entertaining with humorous selections directed by Mrs. Rose Gilger were the children of the seventh grade. 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