The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 13, 1946 · Page 8
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Scintillating Channers .-. Every One! Lighten your- gift problem! ." . . So simply and easilx done when sou-note our huge - collection of home-heartening styles. Priced" to fit your pocltet- book. - Take, care Christmas-needs nowl Quality and Economy . Tall and short styles,^ with parchment shades. * Quality •workmanship at prices that put a smile in your eyes. See "onr diversified selection todayl $3.77 and up Attractive Styling . There's crystal vanity lamps with parchment shades. China, table lamps, some with "metal mount- Ings ... all to make beautiful gifts. Only a few"in our large\ collection. $9.95 and up Custom-Made There's no finer quality*nor more fastidious workmanship than that fousd In these truly handsome custom-crafted lamps. $27.95 and up A UNIT OF C. N. JOHNSTON BODY-WORKS Incorporated CORNER NINETEENTH AND Q STREETS IRWIN DETTRA, Manafler LOCATED IN THE NEW CENTRA!. SHOPPING DISTRICT GappeiaSiito teicipate i" 1 "' 1 ^", u '";* i -ii/i • .r * n '.a W BOOKS Give More Joy and Value for Your Money . DAVID THE KING . Schmitt EAST RIVER . . Asch FOXES OF HARROW Yerby GREEN GRASS OF WYOMING . . O'Hara THIS SIDE OF INNOCENCE . . . Cahhvell B.F.'s DAUGHTER Marquand BALZAC Zweig THE. EGG AND I Madflonald GOOD HOUSEKEEPING..COOKBOOK HAPPY THE LAND Rich ON BEING FIT TO LIVE WITH . . Fosdick ADVENTURES. IN POETRY . . Ted Malone TO HELL WITH HUNTING .... Zern ™?WA Y HERE •'••'•••• Standing THE WAY . E. Stanley Jones CHILDREN Age 1 Cloth Books ' 2 Pat'the Bunny - 3 Tenggrea Mother Goose 4 Kitten's ABC - 5.Tell Me About God 6 Farm Stories Age . 7 Golden Almauae S Small Child's Bible 9 Friendship Valley 10 Thimble Summer 11 Jube 12 The Black Stallion •"A cappella choir bf-\Bakersfiel "Junior College-Higii" School la---now rehearsing for: several'engagements n ;wlilcb ther organ3zatlon x wlll - par fiiipaiB,;-either thrVugh'a',_CHristina3 pageant or, through-liresentatfoa >< a'Christmas choralbgue. ! -,^". >'- -•• '-;-iTHe..-pageant ! 3s,;:<xGrepr«sent .'th ebmBine'd. efforts; of. ;tBe-" a - cappella £holr l 'and the drama.^departmentt o- th'e,' junior college,* with t^e cfibir singing^ under the dire'ction.\if Ron. aid Clark,-music Instructor, "and fb pageant ae a wiple ^presented unde direction of Prank'.-'-'VPa.tfrpn, drama coach:, r -' ,'->Vi-<5r >~" ; ,-_ .The- -musical portion" of -the' pag eant 'includes ' a.' "cantata/ ^Chil Jesus,!* by'Clokey.;included v will b' "The Promise,", '-The-Arinunciation,' "The Apparition: of,'the- Sheph>fds,' "The Adoration of tbe,-"Shepherds/ 'The Star," I'The ,Wfse,Men," "A the Manger,"' "Mary's -Lullaby/ "Song ot, Devotion,"- "'"^he Chfl. Jesus" and "Adestel-Pidelis." '-. Soloists _ for" tha 4 cantata Includ Miss Mary Brown,""-soprano; Mis Betty Birks,- alto; - Calvin "Wilson tenor; Dean -Ttreide/bassj.with 'Miss Georgina Frieuen serving'aa-accojn pantet. ' . '. ; ..' ' 2', The pageant wUl be"performed-th to afternoon o£ Deceml}er 18 for the Girls' League of Bakersfield High School, it was announced by Mr Claris and the Girls''League adviser Miss Elolse Nelson. -The program will be in room 117 of-the Junior college building. On -December 20 the Christmas 'pageant "again will he presented, this time for two Bakers field Junior College student body as semblies, the double-header assembly ! being held to accommodate the large student body enrollment. The pro gram will be in room -117 of • the junior college building/' ' • On December 14 at 4 p. m.! the YOUR ALL-WEATHER FRIENDS UNDERWEAR and KNITWEAR « i . a name, known to families,everywhere' 'in America for underwear and knit garments that excell in quality, style, freedom, comfort! Made in styles and weights to fit eyery climate- need, tailored skillfully to fit any physique! Look and ask for "BODYGARD". . . a downright pleasure to wear!. OTICA N.Y.—&nittetsbf men's tnd children'* nnderweir, men'» tweaot-cbats ... iweaofairo .". ,~ chUdreo'* ilcepors. THE EMPORIUM MALCOM BROCK CO. PARKER'S MEN & BOYS'-SHOP PEOPLES STORE ' . RUBIN BROS. SORE THRO AT Modern-type, f medicated vapors I start at once to re- V«^ 7 » ** •"* «• lieve sore throat, Ixelp quiet coughing of colds.* Try 'placing a little PENETRO on the tongue. PENETRDSRUB - * 3W5 r gqiT-*V -f- -_-* _L m Christmas 6horal6:Bu<5 will"' lie 1 presented in ' thef "Washing-toil ' School auditorium.- under sponsorship of the American 'Association., of University Tyumen, Vwiid - are-. conducting a Christmas "program at that time. The 'public is, inviteS. The program will include • community 'singing of favorite „ carols,vthe 'performance of the Christmas' Choralogue by the junior college-high "school a cappella choir, the Choralogue being com- po,sed by Oldsr'a violin solo by Miss Nancy Rosenthal, '"Ave Maria," Schubert, with accompaniment by Miss Gfeorgina Eriesen; and a pag- .eant of Biblical "Scene's of the Nativity, with-music taken from the cantata "Child Jesus." by Clokey. The -Christmas (Choralogue, by Olds, includes rmusic by the junior college-high school a cappella choir; narrative by Rex Mull; and with Miss Mary Brown taking the solo parts. The Choralogue is directed by Mi?.. Clarlc. pn December IT at 8:15 p. m., the Choralogue will. be presented • by transcription over KPMC. 12 Couples Issued Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses were Issued at the county clerk's office to the following 12 couples: Robert C. Hyde, 26, Mildred Helyn Massey, 25, -Bakersfield; Jack Gordon Thomson, 24, Davis, Mary Louise Friek, 23jr Bakersfield: Harry Alfred Tyerman, '40, Margaret M. Ives, 31, Bakersfield; Clifford Galen "Wilcox, 35; Ruth Ether "Wilcox, 36, Fresno; Roland Leon Bailey, 21-, Margaret Lucille Pinnell, 19, Bakersfiel.i; Odls Greer, 21, Erlean Abrom, 15, Arvin; William Aivin Grant, 21, Billie Jean Patton, 17, BakersUeld, Lee Roy Herron, 20, Hedy Mae Stimson, 17, Bakersfield; ~Burnice D. Cook, 37, Flossie Nannie Holman, 36', Bakersfield; TYanfc Robert Bush. 24, Leota Gertrude Carpenter, 20, Bakersfield; Vernoii Clyde"'Clark, Jr., 22, Elisabeth Jeanetttf Shock, 23, Delano; Gordon E. Littlejohn, 21, Betty Joe Aubln, 17, Bakersfield. "Air Freight Company to Resume Monday Jackson Barrett Mahon, son of Fackson Mahon, Bakersfield attorney, is - president" of Eagle Air Freight Lines, -which reopens Its. unique intra-Callfornia service Monday. . Bakersfield is on. the freight ine schedule." • Mahon, who conceived the idea of he airline while he was a prisoner >f war in Germany, came, back to j he, states to found JSagle Air I 'reight, named for the famed Amer-! can Eagle Squadron that flew with j he R. A. F, In November, 1945. In mid-summer, of 1946, Eagle pur- hased a fleet of army C-47s, and all flight operations were stopped to onvert The planes to civilian Tise, and to make ready for a new and nlarged Eagle Air Freight Army Reserve Office Closed Dec. 30-Jan. 4 Army Reserve Corps personnel today were advised by Sergeant Robert P. "Hatfield, acting unit instruc- .or- of the corps, that his office In :he American Red Cross building, 2504 M street, would be closed from December 30, to January 4. During its absence information may be obtained by calling the Red Cross switchboard, 6-6427. MORE BABIES MOSCOW, DecTlS. (5>>—An official with the ministry of public* health announced today the Soviet Union's nfant mortality rate 1n 1946 was he "lowest hVyears," adding all Sor iet republics had reported increases n the birth rate. QSb figures were eleased on the decrease in infant tortality from former years.) Holiday Special 2 for the Price te -j of 1 & Bring a' friend and share in the -savings during this 2 ; for 1- Holiday, Permanent event. J Why not let this, "extra "- permanent" solve one of your gift problems. Ml permanents guaranteed. All service giveoi under direct snperrision*bf instructors. •.".•;-'>".-,•" - •-, -~S~OHOOJ3f : Bakersfield College of Beauty 1811 Chester Avenue (Upstairs) '"-' Phone 2-7341. ' - ~ J. -L. St. Hilaire, Managing Ow^ier to Individuals on Auto, Furniture - Salary - livestock, JTmcks Pacific Finance C v ••' ', : tOANS Out olSjtate Gars PAID FOR OR; NOT ,<•*¥- *,*„, (u* .Clock-Tower''^~r 1709 Qiester Phone 9-9616 ' * "K SESifUB. Mirr. , S, SLICING MACHINES STANDARD SCALES ENTERPRISE MEAT Lynch Typewriter Co, 165O Chester Avenue PHONE 7-7O95 > Immediate ^Delivery b SLEEP TONIGHT Don't lie 1 , awake tossing. • tumbling and get, BP In ,the "morning , worn 'i ,; wtnansted. IT.von do not-sleep . well - because of* nerVous ^tenpSon, i* A J !S -' ^sredlenJs-'-iised • by • 0oc- "jors.- use only asfdjpeeied. Satis-motion or-"money" back; ; Available at Brursdage Pharmacy "The Rexall Store" IS Chester Phone 5-SO19 COMPLETE YOUR GIFT LIST Howl Time for selecting gifts for all the family,' and your friends, is growing .shorter. But you caia still find.a varied supply of moderately priced, appropriate gift items in Weili's Basement, thrift-headquarters for Kern County. Here, you're sure to find just the right gift for each person on your list—and all priced reasonably, well within limited, budgets. Concentrate your shoppng here—get it a!l done > in one afternoon. Christmas shopping is a pleasure at Weill's Basement. LADIES' HOLIDAY DRESSES Lovely new prints, in jersey, rayon, rayon gabardines. One and i two-piece models,an. black and delicate pastel colors. Fine, as 'gift items, and lovely for presenting to yourself to" brighten a winter-wardrobe. Sizes 9 to.lo, * 10 to 20, 14% through 24%.. $5.40 to $14.95 Satin and Crepe SLIPS Ladies' lace trimmed slips, rayon, satin pr crepe, in tea *i-ose 'or white. - Sizes 32 to 40. "From $1.98 Ladies' "Sun Rose" SLACK SUITS "Sun Rose" slack suits ... a gift for the "problem lady" on your Christmas list. Just arrived, beautiful new styles in strutters cloth. Sizes 12 to 20, at $12.75 for Girls "i Girls' Rayon ' : '> •, PAHTIES Quality panties at reasonable prices.' Snug fitting, all-elastic waist, sizes 4 to. 14. 50c and 59c Ladies' Sayon UMDXES Novelty styles and plain, tailored briefs, small, medium and large. 1 Always acceptable at Christmas. From' ' 50c Ladies' Wool SKIRTS Solid color and plaid skirts, perfect for yule giving. Assorted' styles in sizes 10 through 20, from $3.08. Also extra sizes in solid colors only, from $3.98 Tiny Tot DRESSES Little "Loomcraft" frocks in assorted styles and colors. Sizes '1 to 3. , $1.85 Tirfy Tots' Warm, cozy blanket cloth robes for the small fry. Sizes 2, 4 and 6, in assorted pat-terns. , ' $2.45 Men's Fine Sports Shirts All men want sport slfirts, ami this- Christmas, -when dress shirts are so scarce, these popular gifts are more than welcome. In assorted colors, sixes small, medium aud large, from $4.30 Men's Twill J&CKETS An appropriate gift for the top man on your list is a "Yank- shire" twill jacket. These have zipper fronts," raglan sleeves, and slash pockets. They're water- repellant? in sizes 34 to 44, a special offer at $4.98 Men's Wool Flannel Rebes A robe is always welcome. In maroon or navy, ours are of fine quality flannel, with shawl collars and three roomy pockets. They're priced from $11.85 Junior Miss SLIPS Dainty slips, in tea rose or white satin for junior misses. In sizes 9 through 15. From _ $1.35 Men's Flannelette Coat style pajamas, of warm flannelette, stripes and patterns. Sizes A, B, C, and D, a. thoughtful gift at $3.95 Men's Dressy SOCKS Men always need socks. Regular lengths and slack socks, in solid colors and patterns, sizes 10 to 12 from SOe Men's Two-Tone Leisure Coats He needs a leisure coat to go with his odd slacks. In tau, blue or brown, with gabardine or flannel fronts, tweed check back and sleeves. Small, medium and large from $22.50 Ladies' Comfortable SLIPPERS A tradition in Christmas gifts . . . warm felt pom-pom boudoir slippers in brown or blue, sizes 4 to-9, and only $1.99 Boys' Fine SPORT SHIRTS Long-sleeve sport shirts in assorted solid colors and patterns. Boys love 'em. Sizes 4 to 18, From $1*98 Boys' Flannelette Warm, full-cut flannelette }>a- jainas for boys, sizes S to 16. $2.45 Girls' Dainty BLOUSES Kayon and dottefl. Swiss blouses, several popular styles," in sizes 2 to 14. Prom $1.98 Tiny Tots' SHOW SUITS Quilted snow suits in tan or blue, fleece lined for'warmth, well-cut for trim appearance. An excep^ tional Christmas present Sizes 1 to 4. From' Men's Knit Leather and Plastic BELTS All kinds of telts-^dress styles, western" belts and tbe new "Stratoliners" in plastic and leather. - Sizes 30 to 46 at $1.50 and $2.00 Comfortable knit cotton briefs, with all-elastic waistbands, small, medium aud large. 69e .Men's Knit UNDEHSHIBTS Undershirts of fine combed yarns, ribbed knit, sizes 3-1 to 44. §9e Men's Dress Quality slacks are welcome gifts. In gabardine, tan, brown, blue aud forest green; in flannel, gray and brown. Pleats and zippers, of course. From. $7.95 Men's Fine SWEHTEH3 All wool coat sweaters, for Christmas giving. Sizes 36 to 46. From Pullover sweaters, solids, patterns, assorted colors and sizes, from $5.95 for Boys ' Boys' While "T" SHIRTS Ribbed or'plain knit "T" shirts for boys. Sizes 2 to 14 from Boys' Dress Well-made gabardine slacks, in brown or blue, sizes 4 to 18. He'll wear these to school, to sports events, everywhere. $5.9i Boys' Wool Leisure Coats All wool, two-tone leisure coats for wear with slacks. Sifces 7 to 20. from .$8.95 Boys' Plaid BASEME Sturdy, all-wool'plaid nmcki- naws for blustery weather. In assorted plaids, size$ t 6 to 18. $4.98 Boys' Beacon Assorted patterns in popular Beacon robes for boys. Sizes 8 from $4.25 Cords Heavy quality In tan only. Sizes 6 to 12. $3.98 'BUY ALL Y@UH GIFTS IN ©ME TRIP" V C d r- c ti n P d e' C( ti Vl in li o.I K sc re K

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