The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 24, 1944 · Page 4
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4 Thursday, August 24,1944 gfce Pafcentfftlfc Calttontfm 'MONTGOMERY WARD CK TO SCHOOL IN wds sturdy "honor roIrclothes SHIRTS FOR WELL-DRCSSED SCHOOLBOYS 1.69 How handsome h« looks in these smart dress shirts—and how proud he feels! Designed to fit him properly, to give him comfort! Collars ore "shaped" to stay in place—double yoke backs give longer, better shape. Collars and cuffs are interlined for longer wear- shirt tail gussets allow freedom of action! In white broadcloth and colorful percale prints, 6-14'/j. BOYS' COAT SWEATERS IN TWO TONES I 2.98 Rib-knit In wool-rayo»>-and-cot- ten mixtures for long wear! Some with fabric fronts, knit back and sleeves. A»ort*d tmortfoIUhadev. WARM KNIT UNIONSUITS FOR CHILDREN 83c All rib-knitted cottons In on Idsal weight for indoor or outdoor wear. Thre« jtylet, oil with button drop seats, floHocked seams. r-: CREW SOCKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS PO.V 29c Ftne mercerized cottons with rib tops for mug fit. Solid colors. Sizes 81*to lO'/i. BELOW-KNEE HOSE FOR BOYS, GIRLS „„ 39c Fine quality combed cotton in. ribbed or plain styles. Autumn colors. WARDS ATTRACTIVE COTTON ANKLETS "* For boys and girls. What's the first thing you need in anklets for children? Quality, of course! And that's just what you'll find in the good-looking (and inexpensive) anklets here at Montgomery Ward! They're made of long wearing cottons and woven to give real comfort! They have snug rib cuffs that give excellent fit. In the colors that children like best. Sizes 6Vi to 10</2. BOYS' LONOIES IN STURDY CORD ALL WOOL JACKETS GO TO COLLEGE OR CAREER 3.98 7.98 SiiM 5 to 10. Sturdily tailored In a thickset corduroy that's famous the country over for remarkably long wear) Practical colors; brown, teal. 1*1 Seven luscious colors In these jackets that multiply a wardrobe like magic. Classic and cardigan blazers or a casual loafer style. In sizes 12-20. DAINTY BLOUSES FOR SCHOOLGIRLS |.4O Sizes 7 to 14. Charmingly feminine styles In (now whits cotton. So easy to launderl SKIRTS-BACKBONE OF FALL WARDROBES 3.90 Skirts to spice a fall wardrobe! Cored or pleated—wool crepe or rayon. 8 new colors. * Shop In our Store or our Catalog Department; 11 us* our convenient Monthly Payment Planl Mont Twenty-fifth and Chester gomery "Where Parking la Easier" Ward GRAY LADIES CLASSiATEO WEST SIDE RED CROSS TO GIVE TRAINING TA KT, AUK. LM—A class in the ining ill' Gray Ladies will start ptciulior 1, according; to -Mrs. Al I'ietzo, rh;iirmiin of volunteer serv- ces ii[ tho local American Red Cross hapler, who ;ilso announced that Red (.'rows headnuarters h;is been novcd from 107 Fourth street to tho deader building on Center street. Candidates will lie chosen Cor the r;iy Ladle's from the virinity of the West Side. Lectures by military and lied -Cross officials will cover 'lied 'ross organization and regulations. isyohiilogy of the sic.k, hospital •outine and specific duties. I'pon completion of the course and he. passing of a written examination, successful candidates will be isnod work at the army hospital. Kurthor information concerning the lasses of training for the Rerl Cross •oliinleer service may be had by ontacting the local West Side Oilfields Chapter located in the Header mllding, or Mrs. Warren Kraft. COXTKSTS ELKVKXTII DIVOHCK ItKXO, Xev., AUK. 24. (JP) —Arthur W. (I'Yenehy the Barber) Dupont. who has made 11 trips to the aluir and 10 to the divorce court, will contest the divorce notion of his eleventh spouse, says his attorney. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help 15 Mile* of Kidney Tubes Flush Out Poisonous Waste If you have an execs* of ncida in your blood, your 15 miles of kidney tubes may be overworked. These tiny filters and tubea are working day and night to help Nature rid your system of excess acids and poisonous waste. When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, puffinesa under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows there is something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Kidneys may need help the same as bowels, •oask yourdruBKist for Doan's Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of Kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste from your blood. Get Doan's Pills. Former Taf t Resident Succumbs in South TAKT, Aug. 211.—Delia Francos AloKryde, *6, former well-known pioneer of Tuft, passed away Saturday at tho home of her son, Frank .McRryilo. in-Los Ansoles. Mrs. Me- Brydo. who was well known In Kern County, had been failing in health for the pitst year. She had resided in Taft frotn 1'JIO until lfl;!2, and during iniist of that time had been foreladv at. Midway "Laundry. Besides her KOII in Los Angeles, .Mrs. MeBryde is survived by another son Fred McRryde. of Los Angeles: two daughters, Mrs. Walter (iiboney of Taft and Mrs. Maude Miehelsen, San Francisco; five grandchildren, Mrs. .1. 11. Free of Tuft, Mrs. (.!. R. MeCaw of Hakersfiekl, Lieutenant Carroll Miehelsen, I'nitcd States Xavy. of Portland, Lawrence Miehelsen of Seattle nnd Morvin Mc-Bryde of ISakorsl'iold: among the surviving ureat-grand- cliildren are Lieutenant Jerry Free. I'nitod States Marine Corns and Mis.s Lois .Mel'aw of Hakerficld. Funeral services were held Mini- day at. the fierce Brothers Mortuary in Hevcrly Hills. Kernville Odd Fellows Plan Repair at Meet KRRXVILLK. AUK. "-I.—Members of the Kernvillu Odd Fellows LodRe.. at their last regular meeting, completed arrangements for the construction of an auxiliary exit from their \ipper hall. It was announced that material was available to complete the construction of a stairway and door for this project. Final plans also were made to remodel the furnace room of the hall to make it entirely fire-proof. Dave Chrislo- pher. noble grand, presided over the meeting. Light refreshments were served in the banquet room at tin. 1 conclusi'iii of the meeting. West Side A. W.V.S. Members Discuss Plan to Boost War Bond Sales at Meet Rectal Soreness Get Relief New Easy Way — Sit In Comfort Prolarmon Rectal It a quick, dependable reliever of itching, painful rectal lorenesi — symptoms which may also accompany piles and hemorrhoids. Brings soothing cense of comfort upon contact, forms pro. tecting film over sore area, helps destroy Infections germs, aid Nature heal up raw. broken tissues. No oil — no grease to stain clothing. Sold on money back guarantee. Get this modern relief today ... ask fof PROLARMQN RECTAL AT OWI. DRUO STORES MONTGOMERY WARD SCHOOLGIRLS CAN'T DO WITHOUT WARDS ALL WOOL 3.29 L They're as much a part of your life as classes and sodas! And what co-ed doesn't know that ALL WOOL wears and looks better for days on end—especially when it bears the famous Ward Carol Brent label! Botii the slipons and cardigans are so pretty, you'll want them in sets. Many colors! 32-40. [V/l ontgomery Ward TAFT, Aug. L'4.—A project for the promotion of war bund sales on the Vest Side, was the major item eon- idered at the A. W. V. S. board licet ing held recently ut the Fort. "While vacationing at Santa Baria this month. Mrs. R. R. Shinn •isited the A. W. V. S. headqimr- ers and saw the proponed plan In iperation .and was impressed with ts success. In carrying It out, a •oimi will be secured in a central ocation. which will become a market or used goods. The articles will be sold and the person bringing In the •nerchandise will be given the im'nunt of the sale in war bonds. Mrs. Shinn reported that sho had >een asked, and had accepted, 'an nvltatlon to speak on Monday Sep- ember 4. at 1:45. on'a radio program, which is sponsored weekly by he A. W. V. S. over a Fresno sta- ion. Mrs. Mulroy. secretary of the ucal chapter of the Red Cross. up- loalod for volunteers to carry on Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone 7-7*71 "Where Parking Is Easier" Phone 7-7871 Sec HARRY CITRON ^t BROCKS Expert aid Qwtnltti Witch OSCAR E. WINDING Back In Circulation Altar { Ytari at Hotel El Tajon Painting and Papering Service Phone 2-9472 their Gray Lady program. Mrs. Shinri called attention to the fact that help was needed at the ration board. Anyone having even a few hours to give should got In touch with either Mrs. Shinn or Mrs. Herbert Starke. The regular meeting day for the hoard was set for the third Tuesday of the month. Those present were Mrs. Robert Strauss and Mrs. C. Bowlby, of Bak- ersflelil Mesdames D. K. McLennan, William Druz, Ruby Buck, Joseph Cosgrove, Carolyne Stoneman, James Wilt, Herb Stark, Ed Welch, Margaret Mulroy. and R. R. Shinn. TRUCK AND ALTO COLLIDE FRESNO, Aug. 24. <JP>— Eleven cattle were killed and two men injured last night when a truck and trailer, loaded with 100 cattle, overturned after striking an automobile on the Golden State Highway near Herndon. John B. Craig, 26. Hughson, and Thomas Bonsack, 17, suffered minor injuries. . This is an oil filter You'd think that clean oil, inside a sealed engine, would keep fairly sanitary. But not so. And here's why: As it goes scooting around to the bearings, gears, valve stems, cylinders, etc., it picks up more assorted grime than a bunch of fifth grade kids playing commando. So your oil must go to the cleaners every round trip it makes through your motor. Otherwise the scratchy stuff it picks up would be carried into close-fitting places where it would be as beneficial as a cinder in your eye. The oil filter's job is to trap and hold all that sand, bits of worn metal, lumps of sludge, etc. But like the kitchen strainer our artist sketched above, oil filters, too, eventually get loaded with goo and can't function at all. That's why Shell people keep on hand brand new oil filter cartridges and urge you to buy one occasionally. For if your oil carries destruction instead of protection, your car will join the parade of 5000 junkers that must be scrapped everv\ day. And then Shell would lose a steady customer. We don't want that to happen. We love you. LADIES, IT'S FREEI It's • sparkling booklet . . . Alice in Mofortond...unmasks the mysteries of car upkeep. Ask tor your copy today. SHELL OIL COMPANY, Intwptrtttd GASOLINE POWHS TNI ATTACK-Owf wwf* *>. -•

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