The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 24, 1944 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, August 24, 1944
Page 6
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Thursdoy, August 24, 1944 gfae gateergfirlb Califomtan usc Earsj Drinks sparkle out loud when they're mixed with Canada Dry Water. Its "PIN-POINT CARBCNA- BIG BOTTLE TION" insures liveliness 15^ to the last sip. Plus deposit CANADA DRY WATER Cole Bros. Circus to Play Here August 29 Colo Hi-others biij tup circus will lip in town Tuesday, August 2fl, and will open with its first performance :il Kentucky street grounds at 3 o'clock In the afternoon with the closing show starting nt 8 p. m. The blf; name, circus will bloom out in full art-ay of entertainment, clovvns, trained animals, hicrh-in-tho- air balancing feats and a famous Kronp of seven flying trnpoxe thrillers which is always a hit with voniiK and old. Circus-lovers and the children particularly will welcome the performances as a time of fun and entertainment at a time when there i.s a very real necessity for war- weary people to relax and enjoy such clean and wholesome shows as are jjivnn hy Colo Brothers. r.\LS— This 4000-poimd blockbuster has company as* it hurtles earthwards, in the form of a smaller bomb, caught by 1!. A. F. camera duiinpr recent attack on Luftwaffe equipment depot at St. Cyr. France. Kernville Couple Honored on 50th Wedding Anniversary KKU.VV1LLK, An«. -M.—ThR beautiful garden of the P. Stunner Brown residence in Kernville served as the setting 1 lor a reception in honor of -Mr. and .Mrs. J. L. Hooper on the occasion of their fiftieth wedding anniversary recently. The grounds, decorated with magic lanterns and two groat white wedding bells, were crowded with many friends and relatives of the couple. After the reception Mrs. Brown played a wedding march on an organ placed in the garden us an accompaniment to a choral rendition of the march by the Hisses Jane Christopher. Beverly Welch. Margaret Hand. \Vinnifred Hand, Sue Christian and Ellen Christopher. A mock wedding was then performed by Justice of the Peace Ardis Walker for the benefit of pioneer friends who had been present on the SLACKS forBovs 10 to 16 $/|40 4 Thriftily priced dress slacks . . . (o suit all tastes. IxniK-wearinj; wool mixed* fabrics in jjood colors, Ftyled for perfect, lit and carefree comfort. \o one will guess they cost yon so little! Others Priced .51.89 to $9.50. label ai tai fur wuul «i>eurii.aiiuii». LITTLE HOYS' Smart Dress Shirts » Ho'll need several of these "lioyville ,7r." fl» ^ A Q dress shirt, hits. Tailored just like Dnd's «P J riv "BOYV1LLE, Jr." Leisure Coat '5.98 A knockout—;ind nuide just like' ln'K hrothers'. "Jioyville Jr. He l.uxe" qiuilily, loci. 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Purchases of $10 or More May Be Made on Sears Easy Payment Plan. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone 6-6501 Sear A Royal Purple Sheer Rayon Hosiery These arc Hie new Royal Purple rayon stockings, especially designed for your "best dress" occasions. Their cotton reinforced toe avoids holes . . . they're full fashioned as arc all line stockings. . . . Colors: lieigeloncs, Taupe tones, Sunloncs. Sizes 8 1 /lj to in 1 .;.. Serviceable Kuyoii Hosiery for hard every- Qft/» day wear OUl/ Smart Mercerized Anklets sclcclion of colors including newest fall stripes and patterns. Straight lops and turn down cuffs. "Well made for hard school wear. Si/es 7 to 11U. Other anklets iirivei) at !!>(', '-'.>(', 29c Nineteenlh Street 'hone 6-6501 A Slimmer. Younger You in a New Pantie Girdle Come, try one on . . . notice how artfully those jwnlie-strdles flutter your figure. Dcop patented saddle crotch fflves real freedom and comfort. J- 1 siKiK'il to prevent pu tie from rlcltntr up . comes down well thighs. Rayon a cotton knit jersey with matching rayon- satin at front. Attractive feather stitching. Two short bones at front keep Karment from rolling over at top. Four detachable Barters. Perfect under slacks or overalls. Semi-side hook. Nude. Sizes L'4 to 02. I^eiiBlli waist down, 16 inches. Pictured: A nude broadcloth uplift Brassiere. $ Size 33 to 38 1.25 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone 6-6501 occasion of the original wedding ceremony oC the Hoopers. A song and an appropriate reading: were then given by Mrs. I'hil Hand. Miss j Margaret Zconian played a number; on the accordion, after which the ! honored couple marched to their i places at the head of tables in the j garden, to the accompaniment of "The Wedding March," played by Mrs. Brown. Light refreshments were served. Those in attendance included Messrs, and Mesdames Arthur Malone, 11. J. Trumbull, Henry Seeley, A. McMillan, Franklyn E. Wolfe, A. O. Suliie, S. F. Wilson, William Graves. A. A. Cross, J. 11. Bechtel, I'hil P. Giezcn, Ardis Walker, Charles Hand, David Christopher, McKinley Powers, Jack Christensen, Marvin Powers, I. L. Wofford, C. L,. Cross, J. 11. Jorgensen. Charles Tirn- mons. Robert Bond, Frank Venable, Ralph Wing, Frank H. Hallick, Floyd Hall, Emil Dumpke. II. E. Rensch, Bennie Burton, L. F. Hartman, A. K. Winslow, A. .1. Alexander, John C.'., William W. Kissaek, Joe Irvin, P. Simmer Brown. Daniel Hannah, R. L. Robinson, W. P. Gregory and J. L. Robertson. The Misses Sandra Sccley, Elix.a- beth Wiseman. Reba Hoke. Winnifred Hand, Margaret Hand, Jane Christopher, Ellen Christopher, Caroline Booth, Audrey Kutxner, Margaret Burton. Donna Venable, Jinx- ine Venable, Margaret Zeeman. Roberta Ray, Louise Ray, Susan Wins- how, Mary Jane Harvey. Donna Maye Bechtel. Mary Joyce Blaine. Sharron j Branson. Barbara Blaine, Beverley | Welch, Sue Christian. Margaret Xee• man and Shirley Branson. [ Mesdames Elizabeth Nanny, Km ma ! Tibbetts. Jessie Phillips. Ella P. Smith, Bessie Westover, Ethel Kutx.- ner, Francis McMillan, Callie Dot' son, Stella Barhean. Bert James, | Xellamae Branson, Rae Loiifrstreet, Ruth Anderson. Anna Tibbetts, Hat| tie M:. Hand, Ruth A. Potter, Ruth | Blain, Bernice Wermouth. Betty i Lewis. V. M. Jensen, Lottie Dobar i and Margaret Zeeman. and Messrs. j William A. James, Fayette Moreley. Cecil Ray. Earl C. Stone. George D. James and Albert Xeeman. Out of town guests include Josephine Knowles and Anita Jason of Oildale. Mrs. Cassie Dodenhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Newell Beaty, Francis Booth, and Mr. and Mrs. John Cross, of Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cadd, and Mr. and Sirs. Ross A. Laney of Los Angeles, Ensign H. D. Allen, Mrs. H. M. Allen and Jacklin Allen of Fresno, Thelma AVallace of Santa Rosa, Mrs. Anita M. Cocker of Visalia, Mrs T. R. Hooper of Orosi. Janise Klusmann of AVhite Plains, N. A'., Marilyn Shaddon and John Shaddon of Orosi, Hazel Steinmetz of Taft. Florence A. Patterson of Arcadia. C. J. Stalle of Los Angeles, and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Huston and Marion Howard of Los Angeles. Mrs. Hooper carried a hand- stitched handkerchief, which she had carried when she was married. Men, Women! Old at 40,50,60! Want Pep? Want to Feel Years Younger? Do you blame exhausted, worn-out feeling on agn? Thousands amazed at what a little pepping up wli h Ostrex na* done. Contains tonic many need at 40, CO, 60. for body old solely because low In Iron: »lsn prophylactic doses vltamlaBi. calcium. 35e Introductory site now only 29c. Try Ontrex Tonic Tablets for new pep, younger feeling, this very day. For sale at mil drug Mores everywhere. "JHerrp tottf) |)our TO THAT MAIV OVERSEAS T* OKBER NOW! Tyj All overseas mailing must be $L sent by Oct. 15 for Christmas RICH BRONZE PORTRAITS * SIZE 6 x 8 INCHES * EACH In lot* of 4 or nor* PROOFS SHOWN NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY NOTE: "Musical Portraits" new time Is 8:15 p. m. on Sunday—Blue Network. 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