The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 29, 1944 · Page 5
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Rosedale School to Open Sept. 5 Ttosr.'dale Union Elementary School Will recpen Tuesday, September ,">, with an all day school session planned for all students. Last year's bus routes will be followed, J. Clark Mofjinnis, district superintendent, announced today. School employes will Rather Friday, September 1, at K:'.]<) ». m. for a faculty meeting with lunch being BPrved at noon. Teachers for thp npw year nre Miss Lillian Milieu. Albert .!. Lackey, Mrs. Lucretia Homier, .Mrs. Marjorle Orotzke, Mrs. Alice Marchel, Mrs. Lorraine Frost, Mis,s Louise Walker and Miss Helen Yaussy. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hodges will act as custodians; Mrs. A. Hill, librarian, find Mrs. K. RlaUely, manager, assistert by Mrsdi'.mrs M. Maf«n, O. Burgess and A. Chesseman as cafeteria workers. The hoard of trustees consists of R. R. Heath, \V. A. Wnlston, Al Kruger, Leslie Heath and II. F. Herrgesell. DELANO MINISTER NAMKI1 DELANO, Aug. L'S.—The Reverend Forrest W. Carter, pastor of Southern Missionary Baptist Church, at Fourteenth avenue and Helrnont •treet in west Delano, wan re-elected president of the annual summer assembly of Southern Baptist convention, which held its summer assembly at Greenhorn Mountain 1'ark from August ]2 to 21. Inclusive, at which he presided. There was an attendance of the 300 at the assembly, according to the Reverend Mr. Carter. POLISH ORPHANS TRAIN AS AVIATORS—Bright-raped, brisk-stepping youngsters are fledgling Polish aviators In training .somewhere in England. Approximatley 300 .Polish orphans are enrolled as aviation cadets in school that l.s part of Polish colony. Recreation is provided for them by I'nited States contributions. ^EXHAUSTION AW* to Headache Don't let hemdiche double the mis- try of exhamtion. At the firit tlgn of pain take Gapudine. It quickly bring! relitf, aoothes nervea upset by the pain. It is liquid—already dissolved—all ready to act—all ready to bring comfort. Use only as directed. IOC, SOc, 60c. CAPUDINE Reception Slated for McFarland Teachers McFARLAXn, Aug. 29.—Monday, September 4, beginning at 7 p. m.. the Parent-Teachers Association of the McFarland grammar and high schools will sponsor a reception for '.(» teachers of \he two schools in the form of a potluck dinner, Mrs. G. c. Ximmerman, association president, announced today. The affair, which is held annually, will take place at the community hall as a gesture of welcome to Ihe two faculties and other leaders who have recently joined the community. While, the public is invited to take part, each fan.ily attending is asked to bring a liberal supply of prepared food, Mrs. Ximmerman said. •Accident Victims' Conditionsjmprove Conditions of Raymond Walter Swoap, 42, 1l-'2 Lomita Drive, Senia 1 Krickson .Mom-p, _'!'., Los Angeles. I and Lester Carl Walker, .ST, Frpsno. ; w ho were hurt in an an automobile collision Sunday at California and ' Cnion nvenues, are reported improved today by hospital officials. :Swoap is at Mercy Hospital, while i.Mis.s .Moore and AValker arc- being I treated at Kern General. \VOl.M)KI) First Lieutenant Karl R. Kish, l.'nited Stales Marine l.'orps lleserve, i has been reported wounded in action by the navy department through ! Associated .Press. His wife resides at :>23-C Roberts Lane. Railroad Group Head Named in Chest Drive A. M. Shaver has been appointed head of the railroad division for the Hakerst'ield War chest drive which Marts October n, according to Ray Denipsey, chairman of the planning committee for the campaign. Mr. Shaver was chairman of Ihis division last year and his acceptance of this task is of great \alnp to the or^a n ixation, Mr. Dempsey commented. RADIO STAR SI Kl) LOS A.XGKLF.S, Aug. 2!i. (.'PI—Al ,lar\is. ladio master of ceremonies, was sued for divorce yesterday by Mrs. Helen II. Jarvis. She charged ext reme cruelt y. Gardner WAC Team Trims Fellows Women IIPI- FirM WAC soi'thall team df- fratPil tlif Fpllirws Wfuncn rpfcmlv on the Fellows diamond by a scoi o of IS.];,. Attendance at the park fur tho event was over !""i. a season high. A relurn same will he played hp- IWCPM the two teams on the CJard- n pr Flpld diamond next Simdav. <'iiime time is schednleil for i'i:l.'i p. in. 'Die local team is captained by .Mrs. Carl I'piiny and mnnaped by Car] Penny a tid Jim Fuller. Tho \\ AC team Is managed by l.lentcn- ant A. Mi'Amis. Plans for Republican Group in Wasco Set WASCi i. Am; 1 . .'.'.-- Tenlative ram- pai^ii plans werp made at a special meeting of local Meimhlicans and a permanent 01 yanixation formed when I IIP uroup met this week with Hak- ersfield members of the Republican central committee. ruder the leadership of I'. D. Apples'. local representative of the Kern county central committee. plans WPI-P outlined for thp establishment of eampaitvn headojuarters in thp near future. The selection of a. campaign socrptnry will be made as soon as plans are completed. The next meeting of thp party is scheduled for Angus! 3". Board of Education of Delano Church to Meet I'KhAXu. Aim. -'.I.—The board of education of J)elaiio Community .Methodist Church will meet lit the home of the Kcvcrend Konald II. White and Mrs. While, Wednesday at S p. m. .Members of the hoard are Mosdainps William II. Kimes. Honalil It. \Vhite, John T). Hall and Messrs. J. C.;. JVirsoiis, Sr., Jack Tiider, Kca Mardnway, Wpslpy Kumhuli: and Robert II. Tliett, Jr. i fctje itekeraflelb California*. Tuesdoy, August 29, 1944 5 -JOINS KRKXC1I—\Villlam C. Hulliit. .">::. I'nriiior I'niteil Suites nmhassador in Frnnre, who was ri'liiM'd in live duty twin. 1 lipcans-p of bis as*-' ''V Spcrplavy of \Var Stiinsiin, has joineil the Frpnch nriny as a coinnmnditm. equivalent to a major in tho American a mi j. Belridge Girls Enters Cadet Nurse Corps Miss Ruth Littlejnhn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I.ittlcjohn. of l!''hidm', left recently i»r San i isco. where she will begin her inn at the St. Francis Hospital t he cadet nui se i'orji^. Lit'lejohn was graduated ic Taft I'nion Hi^h School the class of l!i-i:>. Her brother, nd Lieutenant Rohcrt Little. is n bombardier with the army 01 ps and ha* been stationed in Kngland for .seveial months. j Sl'rl I join | aii' We salute GMs&Ls" We are waiting to welcome them back We are planning jobs for them w GENERAL MOTORS CHEVROLET • PONTIAC • OLDSNOBILB • BUICK • CADILLAC • FISHER BODY . PRIGIDAIRE • CMC TRUCK * COACH AC Spark Plufc • AeroproducU • Allison • Cleveland Diesel • Delco Appliance • Delco Product* • Delco-Remy • Detroit Diesel • Eastern Aircraft El«ctro-Uod** • Guide Lamp • Hyatt • N«w Departur* • Brown-Upa-Cbapln • D«lco Radio • Detroit Tranamlaalon • Diesel Equipment • Hanrl*oa Radiator • Inland Moraine Products • Packard Electric • Prortng Ground • Reeearcb Laboratoriee • Rochester Producta • Saginaw Malleable Iron • Saftlnaw Steerint Gear • Temttedt United Motor* Service • C. M. Oversea* Operation* . General Motors Part* • General Motor* Uudtut* . Central Motor* of Canada, Ltd. • McKiniuta Induatrlas. Ltd. Fifty Families Attend Open House in Delano UlibANO, AUK. -I'.—Fifty 1'Hinilics tt'iulril HIP opoii lKiii.se tjivcii by f! Itfvi'i-cntl rtunald 11. U'hitf Mild "Mrs. \Vliilo nf tho loc'al Coiiiniuiiity Mollindisl Cluuvli, Fi'lday attovnoon. I'rniit .'! to 5 p. m., ;md Fruliiy nin;l»t from 7 to !•:;!() p. in. Mrs. White w;is assisted by Mrs. Frank .1. Cod- illiiK'lon, thfi Mis.sp.s Dorothy I'Samscy and Jnrie Swanson. The parsoiuige \viis rei.'eiitly renovated and all visitors were shown thriHiKh the house. Miss Letty Brown, tKe Famous Banker, Whose horn* among tlie nations swanker. Drinks REGAL PALE to calm her mind And make her feel both good and kind. KOU. AMMS. BWWINO CO SAN FSA(»a3CO -i Wasco Boy Scouts Registered for Year \V.\SCI). .\i,i;. '-!' —r'."ui''Mrt;i.,n i'f nn'inliP!'"' r,( W.'-.-o's F!i-,v S<"'J! Tronp .",1 f,.r t!ie D. \\ s< ..-it • <\n- beuau this we«'k with a total of -^ \ si 'Hits siuneil up at Ihe pre-pnt date. ! The troop is spi<n.«ni od hy the Methodist (.'hurt h. Scout master, the Reverend T'ryon P. HOVPV, annoiincr-,] the names of scniits who ueie appointed List week on the staff patiol. These mumbers are a<ivaiiced in scoi.it work ami plan U. tiain a sroup of patrol leaders lor Ihe new year. Four patrol leaders will be chosen front Wasco and two liom the .Maple district. The s i "nps plan I" meet in t\\o divisions, the Maple district nn Monday anil the Wasco troop* on Thin s<l'i v. The new staff patrol nvniliers are I'oiiyias Stf-mbeii^, *pni<ir patrol leader; liohhie 'Iriimliles. associate senior patrol leader: Vernori Isaac, i| Ha i t ci-ma st er. l-'iei! Short, st n'oe. and Bcnnie .\|cl,«'od. instructor. .\montr the many activities of the scouts during the summer was the conn of honor, where the troops received awards for their achievements. c,o|d awards wei e sivon to Fred Short of \\asco and I-ioh r;niin- hip for being the hest all-around scouts of the year. Special mention honor scouts were Orval Hrown of Wasco and Vernon fsafie of Maple. Menno Schellenlier^. assistant scoutmaster, is in charge of the Maple division. Twenty-one members of the troop enjoyed a week at Ihe summer (amp in Fra/ior Park, where thev passed !>X scout tests and also went by pack Main lor an ovevnixht trip. lit her summer activities included the collection of waste paper and coffee jars. Nursery Schools Topic of Meeting DF.LAXO, Aug. -0. — Xursery Schools, sponsored by Women's Society of Christian Service throughout the VnitPd States, were presented in a talk given recently when the local group met In the social hall of the church following a luncheon at 1":;10 p. in. Mrs. George Owner presided at the business session. Mrs. 10. M. Smith gave Ihe meditation using as her theme the words, ! •'Suffer the Little. Children to Come ' I'nto Me, and Forbid Them Not." ! from the eighteenth chapter of thu 1 Gospel according to St. Luke. Music was provided by Carolyn Lehman. Pauline and Kvelyn Kyte, and Donna Salsa who sang a group of pight songs with Mrs. Homer C. Kyte directing and accompanying on the piano. Piiring the business session contents- for si;; household kits were assembled to be scut to the Tiussian Relief Committee to be forwarded to destitute families of Russia. An additional six kits are being sent by individuals of the society. MYSTERY SOLVED SPOKAXF,, Wash., Aug. 29. (&>— Deputy Sheriff Kalph Buckley was railed to a railroad roundhouse to inspect a "mysterious communication." He made a careful investigation and came up With this expert judgment: "Looks to me like somebody's been practicing on a typewriter." DORMAN PHOTO SHOP 1673 Chester Avenue Special Rates to Babies, Servicemen and Women Open After 6 P. M. and Sunday by Appointment PHONE 8-8793 LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home The Home of Climlily. St.vlr and Remit) in rurnltiirv 625 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4711 RIVER Tmsday, Wtdnisdiy, Thursday - NEWS SPORTS 'ARVIN Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday ALSO Smiley Burnette in "CALL OF THE ROCKIES" MARCH OF TIME Tuasday, Widnasday, Tkarsday ALSO All.St.ir Cast in "Two Girls nnd a Sailor" FILM VOOVIL NEWS BALANCE ROCK RESORT Now Open DANCE EVERY SATURDAY GOOD MUSIC CABINS STORE Open Daily »t 12 Noon Starting Tomorrow Hugh Sinclair, Jsan Gillis in "Saint Meets the Tiger" Davs O'Brien, Jim Nswell in "Boss of Rawhid«" Last Timem Today "The Hcavonly Body" "Rootin', Tootin', Rhythm" •tlanca d« Castclon, Ron* Cardona in "DIVORCIADOS" H.B. IS CLUB SPEAKER LOCKHEED EMPLOYE IN IRELAND RETURNS TAFT. A a.;'. JT'.--H. R. Jniiraharri, rprpntl.v rfurn^il frmn Knel.md and [viand. \v;i!> tlip wp«-'.-ik"r at tho M.iri- rupn i:\-i-hnnt;p lunfhe"ti r>vpn!ly. Insraham. .1 sr-til'ialn rif the Man- ccipa schinrls. \vpnt to Tr^Iaiul two \''',n'H ai:'t as an p nip!'<vp of The. I.r"']<hr'r.(! Aii ft it': ("'..iTipanv. In his talk IIP f.M all.-n;. thf livincr '-ondi- i i< IIIM f >f I h*"' 1 ri~ii. thf Iri-h. eii Is a nd <it' thp Anu-rii-an pp<.[)]«.. .Iiidui> AndPrson Spoi ts ("lull and o' 1 '•lull tn piot'.i't ya t In 1 M i i-.-im« wji h the charm of 'he popularity .ys -.\ i'h thp Irish e about the plans o;' the and to .stock er fi-h. HP- urucd memher^hip in tite rhih. Clans were made tor a 'lean'lp day and committ"p reports given. U'iley I 'e', erson presided. Minter Chaplain to Speak in McFarland I MoFARLAXn. Aug. 20.—Chaplain P.oscoe c. Miller, -ft'., of .Minter Field will speak at. the First Methodist Church here next Sunday nt 11 a. m. and will address the community on the Christian implications of his overseas service as minister to American fighting men. Chaplain Miller is a veteran of the African campaign ami other battles and has known modern warfare, and | the community is invited to hear I this man of wide travel and ex- 1 perience. it is announced. 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