The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 28, 1944 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, August 28, 1944
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5 Monday, Aug. 28, 1944 itafeersftelb Californian WHY LET TEETH BE JUST A MEMORY? Those who lose teeth and do not replace them are left to regret it DR. PAINLESS PARKER SAYS: TRANSPARENT DENTAL PLATES Lighter, lifelike plates that have a resiliency and soft surface lustre have been made possible for the dental profession through refinements in plate material. Plates are now available with gums that match the color of your own, and with a clear palate that reflects actual tissues of the mouth. REASONABLE PRICES MAKE YOUR OWN CREDIT TERMS uilhin reason. I'H.V fur drill u I pliilps as you wear Ilicin. New Mylfi plalrs have teMn] Iml- ancc and (liability. "Spare yourself the handicap of missing teeth by having dental plates. Preserve natural features with new dentures. Avoid hollows in Ihc cheeks, sagging fascial muscles ... and aftermath caused by dental neglect." DENTAL WORK ON TERMS OF EASY PAYMENT WITH ACCEPTED CREDIT Arconimnilittc your regular budget by iirniiiKiiiK to lake en re of denial expense in weekly or iniinlhly payments. Tlierc is never any added eost for interest or carryini 1 ; your aeeount. Start work now and pay later. Dental plates, brid^'evvorU, extractions, inlays, tillinys and crowns. BUY MORE WAR BONDS AND STAMPS TO BACK AMERICA'S FIGHTING FORCES DR. PAINLESS PARKER DENTIST Bak*r«fi«ld Offices—Telephone Bakersfield 2-1880 Twentieth and Chester Avenue Others in Fresno, Los Aiif;eles, SlitrUlim and in All Leading I'arilir Cities Eckert-Collamer Rite Is Held at St. Paul's Church Candlelight wedding vows were c.vhaiiged by Aliss Hetty Kl.iine Kck- eit. the daughter of All's. Hilrla At. O'Xcill. and David Oliver Collamer. -lr.. of Alameila. the son of Mr. and .Mis. David Coll, imer. Sr.. August - n . at Si. I'. nil's Kpiscnpal Church at. S a. m. A double ring ceremony was read l» the Re\'crend Ralph II. Co\ St. Paul's l-;pisciq)al I'hurch. The .III. bride i« the grand-daughter of Air. and Airs. Thomas C. Peters; Mr. Peters gave the bride in marriage. "Ave Marie" and "O, Perfect Love" were presented by Karle V. Parker and Mrs. Laura Nichols, who accompanied the soloist at. the organ. also played the wedding marches. Airs. Kugene Daniels of Fresno. Was the matron of honor, and the In ide's other attendants were Mrs. llr-iiiy A. Thane, of Fresno, and Aliss Doiothv Schmidt, of this city. Kug-Mie Daniels, Fresno, the bride's r-in-law. stood u ith Air. Colla- and Lieutenant llenrv A. . Fresno, and Robert Goi don were the ushers. .Meredith Ann Alnhr was the flower girl. The altar was appointed with two bouquets nf white gladioli and there unc tun baskets of white gladioli on cadi side of the chancel steps. A reci ption in tile garden at the home of Mrs. O'Xcill was shared by -tin guests, preceding I b<> departure of the couple for a wedding trip In Santa Harbara. They will be at home in Berkeley at L'iiOO llellegas street after September 1. At the reception Airs. O'Xeill was assisted by Airs. Gordon Miller and Airs. Warren Stockton. Garlands of flowers and a tiered wedding cake graced the refreshment table. For her wedding .Mrs. Collamer clinic a lace and marquisette gown made with fitted bodice and full skirt uilli long train. The frock was designed with sweetheart neckline edged in seed pearls, and the long sleeves ended in points over the 1944 IYONS-MAGNUS, INC. j hands. Her veil was nf illusimi tulle : jand made fingertip length, she carried :i white, prayer book upnti •which jested :i white orchid. Her traveling coslume, WHS n. lilac wool suit worn with orchid corsage, black :i< cessories iind a gray topco;it. Mrs. Daniels wore n dusty ruse maniui- srtte dress, made with lace bodice, and carried n ImtKiuet of blue delphiniums. matching the flowers in her eniffure. For the other alleiidanls were chosen aqua l>Iue marquisette dresses with inset ruffles. They can led salmon colored gladioli and wnre hair clusters nf the same flowers. Little. Miss Mnhr was attired in a white ! laffela dress trimmed with white velvet ribbon, nnd white velvet bows ornamented her hair. Mrs. O'Xeil chose a black crepe crown, street length, and Mrs. fYill.'imcr, Sr.. a black frock; both mothers wore gardenia corsages. Mrs. Peters was •costumed In an ai|iia-colnred sown. The young bride, n graduate nf Fresno' High Sclinol and State Pol.. leg' 1 . wa:= president of Omega XI Omicrnn sornrily. Kntrc Xnus I'lub and other groups, and was a teacher in I'nrterville before accepting a l»>- Isllioii last year with Kern County j \\'ell'are Department. She has been tlic recipient nf several parties. ! among them miscellaneous showers I presided over by Mrs. Fred Strick- i ler and Mrs. Ray Lohre. \ The bridegroom is a former Fres- nan and a graduate of Roosevelt 'High School. He was graduated i from the 1'niversity of California, j '• where he was :i member of the Sigma I'i fraternity. ; Out-of-town guests Included: Mes-; (lames llaxel AfcCarthy. J. A. Buch-I , anan and Anna Slreeter, of Fresno: : 'Mrs. Selinda Townsend, Misses Dolores Townsend and Beverly Townsend, and Joseph Shimiie, of Oakland: Mrs. T>. G. Di'l'ledge and Donald Dcl'loge, of San Marino: Mes• dames \V. II. llondricks and Marsh- jail Shiffert and William Kckert of; Visalia. P. T. A. Board Will Convene Tuesday Mrs. Charles Seller!/, today announced an executive board meeting of Fast, llakersfield High School 1'. T. A. to be held Tuesday at 1M1II p. m. in the teachers' lounge. A draft of the program for the year will he read, the budget set up, and plans for the teachers' party discussed. Volunteers to assist the faculty with registration and health charts will be recruited. All officers and chairmen are asked u> attend. NATURAL LOOKING CURLS ehon li\ llncrni 1 TO WK1> MKl'TEXAXT — Mr. and Mrs. ,1. A. Kveritts of Kill L street are announcing the engagement of their fialighter, Ruth 10. Kveritts, to Lieutenant James I. Noell of Lost Hills. Lieutenant Noel I is serving overseas with the aimv air forces. Mahan-Shoesmith Wedding Announced Wedding announcements have reached Bakersfield revealing the marriage of Aliss Theodore Alahan, the daughter of Airs. Donnie E. Alahan. August 7, at Savanna, 111., to Lieutenant Carl O. Shoesmith, the son of Air. and Airs. Fred Shoesmith of Chico. The bridegroom, now head of The ordnanc-' depot at Savanna, was formerly a teacher in the local and coast schools, lie also was employed by International Harvester Company in Bakers-field and at Kl Centrfi. Lieutenant Shocsmith is an alumnus of the schools of Moscow, Idaho, and chico. and of Santa Barbara Stale College. Yes,—it's true! You can now give yourself a marvelous permanent wave, cool-iy, comfortably, at home,—easy as putting your hair up in curlers. The amazing PERMANENT WAVE KIT contains everything you need. Accept no substitutes, but insist on the genuine C/iarm-Kur/. Comnjete, only 59 cents, — pay oo more. Over 5 million sold. Safe for every type of hair. At Kimtinll nntl Stone and nil rlrug Ploree. America Court to Hold Card Party America four! Xo. 77, Order of the Amaranth, will hold a card party at the home of -Mr. and .Mrs. lOric C,. Johnson. ">J7 Pacific street. Tuesday evening at ,s p. in. Auc'ion and eon- tract bridge will he played as well as five hundred, llei'reshments will be served and prizes awarded. The public is invited. Mrs. Carl lasers, royal matron of the court will be in charge. At the recent event be Id by the urbanization went to: Mrs. Krio C,. .Johnson. H. C. Zimmerman. Mrs. Kthel Kiken, and ,1. K. Cans; Mrs. Martha Henry and .Mrs. H. C. Smith. Paul Goodsell and Mrs. Paul (ireenmore. Draw prize was won by B. K. Harper and 11. C. Kinwier- man won a homemade cake. TO CHEYENXK Jlrs. Ethel M. Halverson of 34.", DoiiKlas street, v ill spend the next two weeks in Cheyenne. Wyo., visit- inn her father. Martin Breither. Betrothal of Popular Girl Revealed by Parents Here Betrothal of Mif-s Ilutb Bvcritts, the daughter oC Mr. and Mrs. .T. A. Kvei'itts, to Lieutenant Jjimcs I. Xoeil of Lost Hills, has been made known to Inc-iil friends. Thp bride-elect, winner of the Patrons Club award Uist year at Bak- ersfleld Junior College us the outstanding sophomore student, is a popular member of several junior groups. She wns a student body | oft'irer, aulivi! in bowling, a member | of Lance and Shield, und-a chairman | for Associated Women Stiirlonts. The Tatrons' award, a signal honor. I is bused on leadership among other factors. I Miss Kverltla' fiance attended 1 Taft Junior College, and received his military training in Florida and at Haiivrner Field. Wedding plans are indefinite, due to the war. SOCIETY PARADE Herkmanii-KiiiK The marriage of Miss Kugenla (',. Heck'.nann to Melvin O. King which took place earlier this month was revealed here today. The double ritiK ceremony was performed on August 8 at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Heckman. 50X V street, with the Kev- erend John Murdoch officiating. Fur her wedding the bride wore her mother's ;U)-year-oUI wedding gown and veil and carried an old- fashioned nosegay of pink blue and yellow flowers. Miss Klyse Heekmann, bridesmaid, wore a sheer formal of powder blue trimmed in white lace. Leo Bunting attended his nephew as best man. The bride was given hi marriage by her father. Presiding at the organ was Mrs. Glendon Rodgers. The house was decorated with flowers similar to those used in the nosegay carried by the bride. After the ceremony a light buffet dinner was served and a two-tier cake was cut. The bride is a graduate of Bakersfield High School and also of the local junior college, and the bridegroom, is an alinnnus of IJakersfield Iliah School and was employed by the Santa Fe railroad prior to entering the I'nited States Army. The couple took a wedding trip to j liie bay area. j Only members of the family were ; in attendance at the ceremony among them was Otto O. Heekmann. brother of the bride, who has been stationed in Balllnger. Texas, and was only recently transferred to Missouri. i * * * i Visiting Mrs. Koland .Mrs. Paul (.'arriger of Richmond, '"• Va.. is visiting her daughter. Airs. ', Howard Roland. I'linl! Lester street. Also a guest of Mrs. Roland has ; been her sister, Mrs. Patricia Patterson of Antioch. ; * « » j ttacli to Council Klnffs I ; Mrs. II. A. Mil:!/, and .Mrs. R. F. i 'Jensen have retnin'.-d to their home. in Council Bluffs, Iowa, following a visit with Mrs. C. \V. Gethocfer \ and Mrs. Laura Milotx, and daughter, 1 Mary Ann. all of 1106 Washington j street. : Kclnrn Here Mr- and Mrs. W. J. Glenn. H14 Kentucky street, recently returned i from a three months' visit with relatives and friends in Alabama and Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn had lived i the southern states for several years prior to making their home in thi • city. Beta Sigma I'lii A picnic was held recently by Beta Sigma Phi sorority at Jastro Park with most of the evening devoted to the entertainment of the children members. Plans for a fall dance were discussed und it was announced tha. the first autumn meet- Ing will bo held September 12. Attending were: Mr. ami Mrs. Lowell J-!all and childre.i, Sir. and Mrs. John Kcheni<|iio and children, Airs- Miriam Kveleth und son, Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Grimes and son, Air. and Airs. Glen Kersten and children. -Vy. and Airs. Lewis AlcXarnura and children, Mrs. Waller Normanly, Air. and Airs. Wesley Porter and daughter. Air. and Airs. .1. M. Bridges and children. Airs. Alice Scarlett, Airs. Fern Adams and Miss Dorothy IMtner. * * * Fete Mrs. AzpaiTen Airs. VA Fanucchi, "~'l'i 1 street, recently entertained at a miscellaneous layette shower in honor of Airs. Fred A/parren, the former Aliss Alary Ktchecopar of this city. Games were played, going to Miss Alary I 'ri/.alqui, .Mrs. Joe Sabaloni. Airs. Thomas Lund, anil Airs. Louis ollivier. Refreshments, were served to: .iliirt frinal.ini Kunik .\lnitin.-i YhumriK I.unit l.oins Cillivii-r Ali«M'.s — I\M lllryn (In iM-Mi.'t Kv.-ll,. lUintuiiid lOdii Dt-pedl HX/I lioxn Kanihnml Atm-v t:rizal<iui Alire Kreitan Thi-lma JcanrlU- KH her .MariB Anrii- * TortHmdistrattof MONTHLY Female Weakness (Use Fine Stomachic Tonic) Lydla E. Pinkham's Compound Is famous to relieve periodic pain and accompanying nervous, weak, tired- out feelings—all due to functional monthly disturbances. Made especially for women—it helps nature! Follow label directions. LYDIAE.HNKHAM'SSrZS Cuticura softens blackhead tips for easy removal. Scientifically, mildly medicated CUTICURASOAPS OINTMENT "Everybody..." SAYS PEET /r. "Evtrybody wonts to talk, not many want to think, and practically nobody wants to listen." PUT SAYS: "But everybody who uses Feet's Granulated Soap declares that they've never seen anything like its quick, thick, long-lasting suds. Dirt, grease and grime in rough clothes disappear in a jiffy—and dainty things come out with a marvelous scent of freshness." PEET SAYS: "Rein e in be r ... w hen y o u want to give someone a piece of your mind...what you don't give airny, you won't have to take tack!" PEET SAYS: 'An' when you want to give •yourself some real washday help, just use Peel's Granulated Soap. Its foamy suds work wonders — in a jiffy. And your hands have that lady-of-leisure look after doin' a whole stack of dishes. Y'know, thrtt tlmti at many wem.n new us. this different soap. Better try it an' see why." FEET'S SOAP Th« quick-sudsing granulated soap BUY WAR BONDS You will find the apparel items sketched here featured in the August 15th issue of Vogue Magazine. HARRY COFFEE is the only store in town where you can be dressed for college THE SMART GIRL WILL LOOK LIKE THE COOL-HEADED, WELL-BRUSHED, REA5ONED-OUT YOUNG AMERICAN SHE IS 1 Slacks. .. shorter, neater, newer. Man'tailored in grey wool flannel 10.95 All wool jersey shirt that buttons tight as tree bark . . , 4.95 2 Skirt of tweed, sashed, side-wrapped ..... bulky beauty ,15.00 Wonderful all wool turtle neck by B. H. Wragge . ,. ... 12.95 3 Double'duty dress. You wear a blouse or sweater under it in the classroom ... you wear it with bare arms and jewelled clips in the evening. All wool jersey 25.00 4 Blouse of green, brown checked sheer rayon with new shirt-band neck 9.95 Skirt of grey flannel... kick pleated, but.snug at the hips ........ , ...... 12.95 5 Splash out in the rain in our brilliant red and black Cohama eikskin raincoat. Most sensational rain garb of the year ....... ..... . .... . . 35.00 6 Jacket of smooth green tweed has new shaped-like- a-shirt detail; traditional lines in its expert tailoring . . .^ 17.95

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