The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 11, 1946 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

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y, December 11,1946, »$.. NO CARRYING CHARGES 'Here is a real Christmas gift that will give years of comfort and service. Full spring construction, beige tapestry cover, similar to above illustration. 2 pieces .......... •'Jf •f /5 If &• x ?v*^v^ Metal Smokers Handsomely styled! Well constructed! Sensibly $>| AC. priced at only". . «5n*slO &A,, ~vr x-- z MONTEREY STYLE BEDROOM SET! Here are five pieces of bedroom comfort in the ever-popular Monterey style. Large roomy chest, double bed, vanity and plate glass mirror, bench and night stand! Stfltfl ••** Ail five pieces 89,50 CHILDREN'S DINETTES! AH hardwood construction! Stain-resist, top! Tabie -and 2 chairs, ?t A QC now only .... AHhntlO "-i >. E, i Chapter New members of the*y*ar will be honored at a party-at jT p~ m. Thursday b%- Security Chapter Xo. 426, Order of the TBastera Stan This will be the last meetinr presided over by the present corps of officers headed by Mrs: C. X.-"Walsh, worthy matron, and Xorman Farnham, worthy patron. Installation of new officers is scheduled Saturday, December 14, with Mrs. Walsh and Mr. i Farnham as installing officers. Mothers Club Slates ^, 9 Dinner on Thursday St Francis Mother's Club will meet in "the school cafeteria Thursday at 1 p. m. for a. potluck dinner. Fathers are invited also. Persons wishing to participate are requested I to call Mrs. JDean Hill, Mrs. Tom Kelly, Mrs. Frank Kuhn or Mrs. Lawrence Beischman. Donations' for an apron sale later in December, may be brought to the meeting-. In addition to aprons, items such as potholders and dish towels will be on sale. • MRS. HALL BACK Mrs. Donald. J. Hali, 331 Lincoln street, returned Sunday from Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, where she underwent an operation. She is now convalescing- at her home. The young- matron is one of the ushers of Woman's Club Of Bakerhfield. PREPARING FOR CONCERT—When the combined Bnkersfield High School and Junior College Orchestra is heard Monday, December It!, ia kvcnncfot at 8:15 p. in. at East Bnkersfield High School «mlt- tonnm, tie three persons pictured here will figure prominently in the program. Miss Xancy Koxeuttuil, violinist, left, will be the concert mistress. Robert Haagr, center, Is the piano soloist, playing Cenar rrancks .\vmph(.me \ariations, and Harold J. Burr, right, is the conductor. Past Noble Grands Sponsoring Dinner Mrs. Raymond nice, president of Past Xoble Grands Club of the Rebekah Lodge, announced that a potluck dinner and meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Roy Halpin, 605 Chester avenue. Thursday. Serving- on _the committee with Mrs. Halpin are Mesdames Carla Bailey, Luelia Wimmer, Leo McCullough, Wilmuth Canaday and Ada Stewart. LOANS r "I i j YOU CANT HAV£ FRATERNAL t Oildale Lodge Oildale .Lodge Xo. 6SS, F. & A M., will convene at T.JO p. in, Friday for work in the third degree. Heficsh- ments will be seried. Clyde B. Zuver, worshipful master, will pie-icie. Wimodausis Club to' Convene on Friday Wimodausis Club will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. H. A. Schroder, 2221 Sunset avenue. Refreshments will be served at 1:30 p. m. by Mrs. Florence Xeilsen, chairman. Mrs. Nellsen will be assisted by Mesdames A'era Fife, Katie Biowii, Hazel Tarter, Claude Blodget and Elfa Johnson. The club president, .Mrs. Jes~e Hawkins, urges all members to at- tpnd and extends a special m\ Itaiitm to all of the new members of Bakersfield Chapter No. 125, Order oC the .Eastern Star. Giving Talent Show as Building Benefit J East Side Twelve Club announc 1 plans for a talent show Friday S p. m. at Washington sclit'ol am tonum. Tickets may be h;id fri' 'any club member, tht: personnel i {eluding Johnnie Mae Atchiscw, Ki Bolden, Flossie Ijothridgc, Wil! Lothridge, Lucile FInmriiing. "Wi nie Wiliams, KarJie Mae jMiti-hc Elnora Flavor, Tiicodocia .Smit Barbara Robinson, Elizabeth Ada and Emma I-Sohannon. .General arrangements arc bein handled by Mr<. Robinson, Mr Williams and Mrs. Bohanhon. 3'r epe<i<! \\il go toward building un ca side club house. TOM THi:-.MU A "Tom Thunii)" wedding will )"» held at Cain's A. M. & K. Cluirrh .-.!. S.15 p. oi). Thursday. The' event is sponsored by the iniste<! helnors i,f the church. Tiic public is invilci!. loior reconditioning, transmission repairs, repainting, reupholstery, brake relining, new tires » . . whatever attention your old ear needs may be financed through a ; l&ttepfat auto loan arranged at any branch of Bank of America. Loans may be made on your car, fully paid for or not, quickly and at low cost.., only $6 per year for each $100 borrowed. Repay in 12 monthly instalments. Low -cost Timepfan financing for outomobilt reconditioning ami rupairiag olio may ba arranged through authorized Timeplan dealer* WITHOUT FATS ! MUSCLES ARE MX SPECIALTY! of j They're needed today, r mm than mr faefoml L-. Poor little chest muscles BO « s «. they feel "squeezed?'... so sore from hard coughing it actually hurts him to breathe? Quick—Meatholatum! Rub it on chest, back, neck. Its warm, gently stimulating action faelpa lessen congestion— without irritating child's delicate normal skin. And at same time comforting vapors lessen coughing spasms. Don't let your child be a chest cold martyr— keep Mentholatum handy. Copyright. 1946. Tan HnitbalctBjs Go USED FOR OVER 50-YEARS TO COMFORT COLDS! J Relax m a hot, sudsy Reainol Soap foot bath. Then relieve dry.itching burning skin withaoothing ReainoL Begin today this hdpfulfoot care. RESINQL 0111 ™ 1 " 1 rABB SOAP on A very large selection of styles, sizes and subjects. These make excellent gifts!! FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, WE WILL BE OPEN TO SERVE YOU UNTIL 9 P.M. 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