The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 10, 1946 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
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lews Arvin Celebration ARYIN, Dec. 10.—More than 3000 persons packed the Christmas tree- decorated downtown section of Arvin Monday night to view the Christmas parade sponsored by the Businessmen's Club. Sunset School's float won the aweepstakes award with its float depicting Winter Wonderland. Floats were entered by schools, churches, clubs, business ' and agricultural ^groups: The parade started at 8 p. m. and was led by.Corinne Carole Cattani secretary to Judge O. S. Parish, and other mounted horsewomen and horsemen. With Douglas Crary directing, the combined, school orchestras, officially started the program with Christmas and other music. The parade concluded in the large open space next to Community hall where music groups participating in the parade entertained the crowd, and the official Santa Claus provided by the Woman's Club, talked to tho children. Members of the committee who arranged the Christmas Tree Lane and parade are Claude Chappelle, Businessmen's Club president; Frank Bush and Douglas Crary, co-chairman of the parade; Ted Prultt and Glen Fox, lighting; Rollie Gates, finance; Bob J-lay'den, holders for the trees; Law Showers, refreshments for the workers in putting up the trees and lights, and Bill Kirby trees. 'ARROWHEAD SPRING WATER -PHONE 2-6391 RUB ON MENTHQLATUM?"" NEWSSERVICE KITTEN'S SURVIVAL NOW UP TO SAINT RAXDSBURG, Dec. 10:—After? spending Thanksgiving.In Rsinds- burg with his'.wife, Joe Kelly returned to the St. Francis mine in the Piute mountains to get Kitten, the Kellys' cat which was left behind when they wei-e suddenly" called away from the^mine. Joe has "come back" to Rands- bxirg, but not the cat: -Kitten was not- at home when Joe arrived at the* mine, and due to snow and danger of being "holed in for the winter," he had to leave' without her. Looks like the .survival of Kitten will be up to good St. Francis atahe St. Francis mines, until spring when the Kellys will return to the Piutes. New Library Books Arrive at Rio Bravo RIO BRAVO, Dec. 10—A number of new books, for both adult and juvenile readers,-arrived at the Rio Bravo branch library recently, the librarian announced today. Adult patrons will find relaxation and entertainment in the following new books: "Victoria Grandolet," Eellaman: "Loon Feather." Fuller; "Dark Medallion," Langley; "The Rim," Sedgewick; "Under a Lucky Star," Andrews; "All the King's Men," Warren, and "Strangers Are Coming," Wylie. For Christmas vacation reading children can enjoy Header's "Clear for Action"; Dean's "Riders of the Babilans"; Bradbury's "Antique Cat"; Parrish's. "Floating "Island": Henry's "Justin Morgan Had a Horse"; Prokofieff's story adaptation of the symphony "Peter and the Wolf," and the old favorite, "Paul Bunyan Stories," by McCormick. Transfer of Project Opposed by Chamber DELANO, Dec. 10.—Approval of the completion of Central Valley Water Project by the federal bureau of reclamation, and opposition to the transfer of the project to 'the state was voted by the Delano Chamber of Commerce at their last regular meeting. The matter was presented to the meeting in the form of a resolution by Albert Davis, director of the southern San 'Joaquin municipal utility district. The resolution will be presented the state chamber of commerce. FELLOWS,' Dec. 10.—"Under? standing the Spirit, of- Christmas" was the theme of'the, last "regular meeting of Midway Parent-Teachers Association held Jn. the torium. „ , - •;; Business was conducted - by _.the- association's president, Mrs. • A^ E. Windes, and 'devotionals "bearing on the Christmas season were* given" by, Mrs. Tom Sportsman. ' The annual community Christmas party will-tie held Friday afternoon, December-20, Mrs. Windeg* urged Tall mothers with pre-school children ta,attend a well-baby clinic' atj the school December 31 afl p.m. with Dr..Marng Gifford in attendance. Appointments jnay be made l>y calling Mrs. -R. J. Bennett. T&e,clinic-attendance must;b<9 kept up or'the mothers of the community and district will have to attend the McKHtricTi clinic every othe^ inpnth. -,,-• "' Three short movies' 'shown "were "Dickens' 'Christmas -Carol,", "Early One Morjiing," "Peace on Earth." First and second grade room mothers serving refreshments - in the cafeteria were Mesdames C. JJ. Poe; 'E^E. McDonald, C. E, Simmons, T. ETWeddle, Tom Sportsman, J. C. Miller, Martin Pollock and L. G. Meador. Vet Farm Machinery Preference Revoked According to information received today by Ciifford E, Craig, secretary of the Kern County Agricultural Conservation Association, war food order-No. 130, which gives' veterans of World War II preference on ( 1 arm machinery, is revoked to become effective at 12:01 a. m. February 8, 1947. ' ' Ko new preference certificates can be issued after today. Outstanding preference certificates may be extended to, but not beyond, 12:01 a. m. February 8, 1947, Mr.' Craig emphasized. Ai! appointments made for committee interviews on Thursday are automatically canceled,. Mr. Craig said. JCo future applications for on-farrn. construction and priority assistance shall be accepted by county agricultural conservation offices, Mr. Craig also announced. This is effective immediately. - ' Applications already fileS'will lie processed by county and state committees, In the future, applications for construction of dwellings • shall be filed direct with the Federal Housing Administration in Bos Angeles, and for non-dwellings, with Civilian Production Administration, Los Angeles. There are no local offices now to handle these applications. JUDGE ENTERTAINS GUESTS KAXDSBURG, Dec. 10.—Weekend visitors with Judge E. B, McGinnis and his sisjgr, Rose, were •Mr, and Mrs. RashI and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ehristenson "from Las Vegas, Nev, UjaiHHIIillUnilillllllliaHIIHliilllDIHHIIIIIinilliUHIHIQIIIIIIIIIIiaiHIiHfllliaillllllilllC; FOR J Hard-to-Get Items I 13 5 a Try FORD HARDWARE Across the Street From Food City Parking Lot 1408 Eighteenth Street « Better Things for the Home n D S •* H = D i = Phone 2-6370 NOTICE Be in My Office by Appointment Only Until DECEMBERS Regular Office Hours After That Date DR. OMA KLOPP, D.C. Telephone 9-9163 — 3-4384 Dental Care Need Shown in Survey TAPT, Dec. 10—Dental examinations at Taft Union High School reveal that two-thirds of the students need dental care, Tern E. Mullen, director of physical education said today. This, however, according 1 to the director, is under the national figure, which he states is "much higher." The percentage of boys and girls needing- 'dental care at -the^ local school is about equal. Preventive measures -for dental decay as -pointed out by Dr. A. J. Burgess,- school dentist, are: a.void-| ance of excessive sweets; increase of 1 calcium in the form of milk or milk i products in the diet; a wholesome \ breakfast; clean teeth and a twice- j a-year check with a dentist.' i Try tin MW sdgfifK 30-day Woylrat Alloyi longer, rimovts tb« temptation t» overeat, aonnaiizss »fe« body cbsfflisfry, makis rerfsang a pfmsre. R«ohs gwraisfeei Y«e tee weight or yew get yew mttey bock. 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CKNEBAt BKACTICE Suite 2, Downstairs, Professional Building, Nineteenth and H Streets PHONE e-6100 ALCOHOLISM Is a Disease That Wrecks Lives .and Homes ' If a cure is desired The Alec-Taper Treatment Can Help You All "Inquiries Cojsfiden.tlai Phone 3-3144 day or night AIco-Taper Therapy BakPTsfield. Calif ,„ FINE WATCH REPAIRING # - 2027 Chester Avenue THE IDEAL GIFT GIFT PACKAGED! TOWNE PHOTO SUPPLY .Formerly Edward'a Camera £xehance 1609 Nineteenth, Bakersfield SI 8 Center Street, Taft Holiday Special PERMANENTS 2 for the -| Price of _L \ •- ••*>*• Bring a friend and'share in the savings during this 2 for 1 Holiday Permanent event. Why not-let this "extra permanent" solve one of your gift problems. All permanents guaranteed. All service given under direct supervision of instructors. • • •VETERAN APPROVED SCHOOE Bakersfield College of Beauty- 1S11 Chester Avenue (Upstairs) PHone 2-7341 J. L. St. Hilaire, Managing Owner VENETIAN BLINDS Beautify your home with Venetian Blinds . . . Steel or Aluminum . . . Free Estimates without obligation. Bakersfieid Shade Go. "•'' Corner Thelma and Irene PHONE 7-7X79 FERTILIZER 17.7.0 (0-17-Q)^ Any Quantity 1 :/ , POTATO DIP ALFALFA ; SEED Lockhart Seed Co. Seeds,' Insecticides, Fertilizer 613 East Eighteenth , •• j; "-' Phone.8-849«, / -' "WHERE QUACITY, COUNTS" Wanted! By the World't Largest Drug Co FOUNTAIN HELP Male and female 48 hour w»ek Good base pay . ' Paid vacations Free meals—-uniforms Opportunities for'advancement ..-to Fountain Mgrj,' and AssH. UNITED-REXALL DRUG CO. .Apply at Your Nearest Q&i-Sontag Drug Store ©f?e IJJafeitrgfieRj Californtan Tuesday, December 10, 1946 5 Every MEN'S LEATHER JACKETS REGULARLY $7,98 *3.88 Men's brown leather Jackets in Sizes 34 to 44, elastic bottom * and cuffs. WOMEN'S SILK HOSE REGULARLY $3.50 '2.65 Pure silk, 3-thread all sizes. REGULARLY 98s, I00? 0 ' WOOL MITTENS 25° for women, girls and boys. All wool and in red, yellow and stripes. GIFTWARE 10 to 50$ REDUCTIONS All gif tware has been reduced. See bur excellent values. WORK TROUSERS VALUES TO $3,10 99' All cotton twills in sizes 38, 40 and 42. SEQUINS Off Trim up your Christmas dress with a beautiful sequin. COUPON BOOKS Big Savings on Overstocks of Gifts and Winter Clothing MEN'S REG. $1,0® and $1.50 TIES "Large selection and many beautiful patterns to choose from. An ideal Christmas gift, _™_ REG. I9c MEN'S CANVAS GLOVES O. D. color find durable. Stock up at this exceptional price 08RLS' CORDUROY JUMPERS Many colors to choose from. An excellent gift for that youngster. Sizes 7 to 14, Regularly $3.9s! Sizes 3 to 6y 2 Regular $3.07. Xow...... . _ QUBLTED MATERIAL REDUCED A variety of that quilted material in lovely soft colors. Make a robe f6r Christmas. Was SOc yard. Xow REG. $2.98 CRASH TABLECLOTH Hand painted designs o'n each and all gift boxed . _ CRASH DRAPES These lovely stripped "crash drapes in sizes 4SXS-1. A. real value „ .J/2 MEN'S MUFFLERS REG. $1.98 Another pre-Christmas value: Choose from wool and rayons in plaids and solid colors .-.. CHILDREN'S CUT-OUT DRESSES Make your own Christmas gifts, sizes from 2 to 8 was regularly §1.10, Now reduced to „ REG. $7.69 JACQUARD SWEATERS Bright patterned Norwegian-type so popular for skating, skiing and classroom.- ............ $g" £$i MEN'S REG. $10.98 WOOL ROBES warm robes at a saving!' They're 50% wool $ a smart wrap-around style. Small, medium and large. STEEL SLICING KNBFE, Reg. $1.29 Stainless steel slicing knife In OT A covered individual case .*? / C MEN'S Reg. $6.50 WOOL SWEATERS Men's all wool pullover style with V-neck in blue-tan beige 1 and brown colors GIFT PILLOWS REDUCED Lovely assortment of fancy pillows. Values to . 53.49, some as low as...,". ..„.. • REG. $9.95 CASTING ROD Get ready for the fishing season now with, one of these 4%-foot rods ....„.„. ONE LIGHT DROP FIXTURE, RtG. $10.89 Polished brass with 16-inch glass shade. A real pre-Christmas value...* _.™7r« m ..j THREE LIGHT LIVING ROOM FIXTURES Chrome finish" and a beautiful addition to that dark living room. Regularly ?14.93. Xow reduced to REG. $1 75 BERNARD PLEER5 A handy plier for all general purposes. A boy would enjoy this addition to his tool fhest- ,,. 2426 Chester Ample Parking Space May be spent as Cash for any item at Wards Phone 2-7871

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