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Bakersfield Sunday Californian Newspaper Archives Sep 2 1973, Page 23

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Bakersfield Sunday Californian (Newspaper) - September 2, 1973, Bakersfield, California Til hates Forfi Tafi amp Nan billed As Quot fun Way to exercise and reduce weight. Complete exercise for body and mind Quot is belly dancing being introduced in fail classes for the first time at Owca. Donnie Sharon instructor introduces neophyte Spurrier to Fine Points of Quot Finger cymbals Quot and integral part of the message in this truly ancient Art of the dance. Owca fall program outlined Young women a Christian association launches its fall program thursday with a diversity of classes and activities geared to physical fitness health recreation and education. Pre registration will be held through wednesday from 8 . To 5 . And membership is required for participation. Many of the classes and activities Are coeducational men and boys Are Welcome As associates of the Owca. Among the new classes being offered is beginners belly dancing billed As a a fun and effective method of exercise for body and fencing a co educational class also will be in full swing. The ancient hawaiian Art of Hula dancing also is being offered. An innovation this year is the formation of a second cupper club. This Means a spokesman said mothers Are invited to a drop into the Coffee shop Between 9-10 30 ., after the kids Are off to school people and parties and rap Gripe with fellow members. All it costs is a cup of a Brief run Down on regular offerings at Owca include health physical education and recreation classes slim and trim business girls exercise group in the Early evening Trina stick. Educational and creative classes Bridge Bonsai cake decorating Christmas crafts decal it modified decoupage guitar motorcycle safety Oil painting Organ quilting sewing. Interest groups antique club a wives filipino women a club Young women committed to action. A one shot classes those not offered on a Long term course basis but meeting once Only at cram sessions macrame sewing tee shirts menus hair styling wig styling decoupage 3-d, decal it Leath Prcraft stitchery women a self defense. Special dates on the y Calendar Are world fellow his festival of nations oct. 18 a dance Marathon oct. 20 and hanging of the greens to Herald the yuletide season dec. 17. Romantic fetes spotlighted Hilton inn was the setting for a Champagne luncheon and bridal Shower honouring misses Rochelle and Grace Elizalde daughters of or. And mrs. Louie Elizalde. Rochelle is the Fiancee of Mike Ladd and Grace is the Fiancee of Dwight Barton Alford. Date for the double wedding is saturday. Hostesses were Mes. Michel Etcheverry John Ansolabehere Joe mendiburu Art Richards and Edward Morgan. Bidden to the luncheon were Mes. Jerry Ladd c. Barton Alford Louie Elizalde Sarah Kelley Scott Ladd Grace Elizalde Annie Miller Eulalia mendiburu Mike Antongiovann Michael Ansolabehere Bob Leppek George mendiburu Fernando Iturriria Randy Fidler Mardee Moore Donicio Bessonart Louis Curutchet John Lewis Velie mar Harvey Leong Ray suey Jue Gordon Foster Thurmond Mcwhorter John Ludeke Henry Wakefield Lamel Johns Don Robinson Chet Foss Lincoln Lee Phil Etcheverry sue Lomax Henry Luther Steven Ladd j. L. Fidler Jody Wilbanks and Ray Man Jue. Also present were misses Newman Joann mendiburu Susan Ladd Michele Morgan Terri Foss Maureen Etcheverry and Sisters of the Honoreen Cindy and Linda Elizalde. Or. And mrs. Rollin w. Peck celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at a Buffet supper and party in their Honor at the Home of their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Alan Fahey in Panorama City. Also hosting the event were mrs. Ronald Small their daughter and mrs. Edwin Gatten a sister of mrs. Peck. Out of town guests included mrs. Pecks brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Robert Claypool or. And mrs. Robert Ortiz is. Diane Edwards ail of Bakersfield and or. And mrs. Kenneth Shroyer of thousand Oaks. Mrs. Martha Claypool of Woodland Hills Mother of mrs. Peck Cut the wedding cake. Table and Floral decorations were All done in White Pale yellow and Avocado Green to match mrs. Pecks gown. Peck is a native californian who resided in Tarzana for Many years and was graduated from Canoga Park High school. Mrs. Peck was originally from grand Forks . Or. And mrs. Peck resided in the san Fernando Valley for 24 years. Peck was associated with Bullocks fashion Square. They now make their Home in Bakersfield. Lewis Blaney of Lynn mass., recently retired after More than 40 years association with a machinery manufacturing facility has been a House guest of or. And mrs. Humphrey Owen of Bakersfield. During his stay Here Blaney visited Many Kern county attractions and also included in his itinerary trips to Las vegas and Disneyland. Bakersfield California sunday september 2, 1973 the serve. Dorothy Weagant right instructor in paddle Tennis at the Owca demonstrate proper stance and serving technique to Lori Neilsen member of new class forming. Engarde Kent Britton faces his instructor Gary Copeland in fencing class at Owca. Fencing is coeducational and one of the y s newest californian photos College food classes for men too Bakersfield College is offering food classes of special interest to a wide variety of people. From tuesday through oct. 23, from 7 to to ., a class in Basic food preparation for men starts off the course offerings. The class is designed for men who want to learn the Basic principles of food preparation. It will be followed by a class in gourmet cooking nov. 19 to dec. To mondays 7-10 ., for those men who want to put their talents to More creative cooking. For those with problems of weight control a class in Low calorie meal planning will be offered sept. To to nov. 12, mondays 7-10 . Mrs. Wylie Pearl Mdodana is instructor. She is a registered dietitian and has had experience in advising people on nutritional problems including weight control. Foreign foods can add spice to the menu whether for family affairs or entertaining. A course in italian foods will be offered from sept. 13 to oct. 4, thursdays 7-10 . Polynesian foods will begin oct. La and end nov. I and Oriental foods will begin nov. 8 and end dec. 6. The session on polynesian foods will feature foods of the hawaiian islands and other islands of the South Pacific. Foods native to Hawaii and their use in entertaining will be stressed. Oriental foods covers chinese japanese and korean cooking. Use of the wok in cooking and serving chinese american and traditional chinese dishes will be demonstrated. Mrs. Karen Jeffries will be the instructor of the foreign foods classes. Mrs. Jeffries majored in foods at Cal poly and comes from an italian background which will enable her to bring Many recipes used by her Mother and grandmother to the italian cookery class. Registration May be completed in the records office monday through thursday 9 . To 4 . And 6 30 to 9 ., and fridays 9 . To 4 . Registration May also take place the first Day of class

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