The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 24, 1944 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, August 24, 1944
Page 10
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]Q Thursdoy, August 24, 1944 gfre gafacrrtulb California!! Schilling* Coffee Mrs. Priester Conducts State Auxiliary Meeting Work for a clinic to he constructed in Tx>s AnRPlfs, and plans for scholarships to tho Ostoopathic CoHccco In the south, were fhluf mailers o£ the iigenda :it an executive board meet- Ins of Women's Osteopnthlo Auxil- i:iry of Ciilifnrnla Wednesday, ilirnugh Krldiiy, in I'M.s.'idenn. Mr.". Arthur .1. Priestor, us president of the state organization, conducted the three-day meeting and Mrs. A. E. Angel! of Oildnle aeted ;is secretary. The nes-slnns were held at the home of Dr. nnd Mrs. William Ncnga bailor. The clinic will he located opposite I.IIH Angeles County Hospital, nnd will be conducted in connection with ihe oHteopathic cnllrgp, It is the hope of the auxiliary to completely finance. its building. The underprivileged as well as. those able to pay. will he treated. Bonrd members were present from all parts of southern California as well as from Bakersfleld and Fresno. The auxiliary, according to Mrs. Priester, expects to finance mors scholarsliips for high school students wishing to enter the osteopnthic college. The local delegates returned Saturday. They report that the next meeting will be held September 26 in L.OS Angeles at which work in he- half of the clinic and scholarships will lie furthered. Kight units comprise the California organization. SOCIETY PARADE PIANO CLASSES OPEN Mis. C. R. Morley, local piano teacher, announced today that her fall instruction period has begun. Mrs. Morley has given Instructions (in the piano in Bakersl'ield sinee the heninninK of this year. Friday Social Club Afembi-rs of Friday Social Club celebrated the club's anniversary with a luncheon at Motel Inn j recently. Those attending were Mes! dames Leo Gardner, Don Green, Ray | Reid. Marvin Billlngton, Arthur I Drennan, Bill Howard, Ardon Pier! son, Luther Stafford and D. Murray. i . • • Private First Class Fie her Visits Private First Class Herman G. Fieber, Jr., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fieber, en route to Lincoln, Neb., where he reported for ordnance gunnery school August 17. He received his gunner's wings on July 31 at Tyndall Field, Fla. • * * Home From Vacation Mrs. Dennie Coate, 825 R street, accompanied by her daughters, Bar- I bara and Beverly, are now home j after spending much of the summer • in Oregon and nt Sun Diego. Here's some exceedingly comforting news For people who've always been hard on their shoes: The ones here at Penney's are built with such care, They're famous all over the country for wear! Wool! Vi!>r;ni( Color! Women's Winter Coats 24 Beautiful Chesterfields and Boy Coats lead again, BUT in smoother fahrics, with rounded lapels, flange fronts. Fleeces too! Sixes 12-20. J Madge Davis* DRESSES Designed for a Fashion Future- $Q90 . . . Daytime classics of zephyr - soft wool and rayon, brightly embroidered or felt appliqued. Date-time over-blouse or princess designs of rayon crepe, aglow with sequins, nailheads; 12-20. .. AT SENSIBLE PRICES <>ood Fitting! Good Wearing! Boys' and Girls' Oxfords $1 98 Sanitized* Linings for Wear! Sport and Dress Oxford 1 2 Leather, composition, cord soles. Huhher heels. Stitched and perforated. Take a lot of rough . . . carefree treatment. 12-.'); Leather soles and rubber heels. Plain and perforated styles. . . . Sanitized* linings for fool health. 12-3. Sizes 8'/i to lift $2.29 YOUNG GIRLS'SHOES $O49 GIRLS' WELT SHOES 3 Saddle, moccasin, tab oxfords. H libber-heeled slack shoes, in smooth glove leather. Sizes 4 l(. 8. Comfortable moccasin and serviceable military oxfords. Goodyear well construced. Sizes 4 to <>. Casual, Soft Glove Leather, Step-ins, Welt Constructed $3.98 Boys' Jim Penney* Shoes 2 Oxfords for Young Men $•979 3 Handsome straight tip or moc- Stitched wing and straight tip, casin toe oxfords. Leather soles, moccasin toes in bal or blucher rubber heels. Plenty of room! styles. . . . Goodyear welt con- Si/es 1 to 6. structed. Young Men's Stitched Wing-Tip Oxford of Selected Leather $4.98 —Photo by Dorman IS COMPLIMENTED—On the eve of her departure to enter United States Cadet Nurse Corps, Miss Rosalind Zeilman was the guest of honor at a pleasantly arranged farewell party, presided over by Jliss Catherine Zeilman. U. S. Pat. Off. Popular Miss Feted Miss Rosalin Zeilman, who Is entering United States Cadet Nurse Corps, was honored at a farewell surprise party given bv Miss Catherine Zeilman recently at desert room of Hotel El Tejon. Miss Zeilman will begin her training September 5 at St. Joseph Hospital, rhoe- nix, Ariz. Before leaving August 31, she will have a vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. Zeilman and sisters at Wasco and Cayucos. At the recent party games were played arid refreshments served, the latter Including a cake decorated In the design of the United States flag. A color combination of red, white and blue was expressed In all decorations. Vocal solos were presented by Miss Rose Hashim, accompanied by Miss Joyce Eastland. Prizes were awarded to Miss Lodene Butler, Joyce Eastland, Hannah Hashim and Rosalind Zeilman. Those present were: ]Mcgd times— Florence Frasael Frank Zeilman Lawrence Zeilmau Misses— Senior Young People Give Ice Cream Social Tonight Senior Young People's Christian | Endeavor Society of First Christian I Church is sponsoring an Ice cream social this evening at tho O. A. Cary home, 2009 Forrest street, at 7:30 p. m. The public is invited. Program for the occasion has been announced as follows: "Poet and Peasant," piano duet, Steve Hoover and Dick Hoover: "Mandy's Organ," reading, Bette Kilpatrick; "Bells of St. Mary's," piano solo, Evelyn Brotzman; "Skaters' Waltz" and "Dinah," solo, Ruth Harmon; ".Nocturne in A Flat Major," piano solo, Shirley Bauman; "When" You Wore a Tulip," voca Iduet, Virginia Dolch and Dolores Youn; 'A Little Nest of Heavenly Blue," piano duet, Ruth Harmon and Evelyn Butcher; "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" and "The Surrey With the Fringe on Top," Clarion trio, Ruth Sheiton, Eileen Wright and Evelyn Butcher. Part two includes: "Witches' Flight," piano duet, Stever Hoover, Dick Hoover; selected, reading, Bette Kilpatrick; "Ting a Ling" and LOVILY* ALLURING • LOW-COOT Natural-looking curls and wave* now yuan, easily, cool-ly, at borne. Do it yourself. The amazing PERMANENT WAVE KIT contains everything you need, permanent wave solution, curlers, thampoo and wave-set. Safe for every type of hair. Praised by Hollywood movie stars. Over 5 million sold. Get a Charm-.Kurl Kit today. ' At K j mbal , and Stone and nil drug stores. "There's a Fly on Auntie's Nose," Ruth Harmon; "Valse In A Major," piano solo, Shlrlejf Bauman; "Home, Sweet Home," vijcal duet, Virginia Dolch, Dolores Yckm; "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers,'* piano duet, Ruth Harmon and Evelyn Butcher; "Deep in My Meart" and "Three Blind Mice," Clarion trio, Ruth Shelton, Eileen Wright and Evelyn Butcher. FRATERNAL Conductor!! Auxiliary Ladles Auxiliary lo Ihe order of Railway Conductors, Pride of Sunset Division No. :!02, will meet in I. O. O. F. Hall Friday, at 1:30 p. m. for a business meeting and initiation. Mrs. George Dudley will preside. CREAM n t M» IUW M> _ $ a pint Always dslicious. YOU maks> any flavor in 2 minuin. Pirate ask your grocer lor 135 Howard Slre.t, San Franciieo 3, Calif. Mary Turner Florence Moore Wanda Koulta Louise RichaiKl Lodeue Buckley Hannah Hushim Teresa Zeilman ,luva ItoKers Dolphano Bell i.:iuiro Rlohiiuti I.Ufille Smilh RoHe Hashim Patricia Corwin Joyco Eastland Returns To Overseas Duty Chief Carpenters Mate Marvin Anglin of the Seabees left Sunday after spending his ambarkation leave at his home, 111 Justine street, Highland Park. He returns to overseas 'duty after having completed one assignment outside of continen- lal United State?, • * * In Mountains Tho Reverend' Henry J. Lorenz, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, accompanied by his family, has been having a vacation- at his mountain cabin. He will return September 1. Christian Youth Group Slates Meeting Sunday A meeting of the Christian Youth Council will be held at 4 p. m. next Sunday, at the First Methodist Church, Miss Alice Porter, vice- president of the council announced today. Miss Porter urges all representatives and their advisers to attend. 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