The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 29, 1944 · Page 6
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6 Tuesday, August 29, 1944 gbe Hahffgfiflb Caltfornfen SORORITY MARKS FOUNDERS DAY GARDEN AT SMITH HOME SCENE OF ANNUAL FETE Attended by nvie than ."•" members and their quests, the Itua! chapter of Sigma Phi Gamma, national sorority, celebrated iis l-'oiindci &>• Day with K cocktail and dinner party in the garden of 'he Kmniot Smith home on South dak street. Saturday evening. A buffet dinner was seised with card tables Mill.timely ari.mgcd in the garden. In chaige of :hc alf,,ir were Mesdames 1-Jnnneii S-.niih. J. A. Vauehiin. Waller \Vclls. Paul Shafer, Uenvi r Smrlxer and Howard Soeder and Miss I) thy Siiud- prastf. CRACKKK < HI MHS JVess up I he rvcrvday wiener by spreading with mustard, dipping in fine cracker rrundis and browning under the broiler. Local Chairman Is Picturedjn Organ "California Woman" Gives Space to State Workers | C.-illloinia \Vomail, sl.ite public,-l- lion ol ('alilornia l-'eileration of Mu>incr> and 1'rotv-ssioiiaI Women's ''lubs. i ariics in it^ current issue a picture ,,i Miss lioiothy Donalioe, ' prouiam co-onlinator for the slate. 'and a column article by the local c haii in.in on program building. , First release of .Miss Florence l!i"v\n. ueus service chairman I'or California federation, also was in the mails liiis week. reviewing national biennial in New York City, attended liy .Miss [lorothy Decker of Santa Ana, stale pi e.-ideni, and 17 others Irotn Ibis slate. Membership, development of lead- eir-hip. work optiort n M it ies, economic and social I lends were '-thcr subjects clix ussed in the release. Announcement was made of tin- lional officers ilecied al Ihe New Ymk conference, headed by Margaret A. Mickey of Missouri president. Program Given at Council Meeting I A social hour and program were j hold when Women's Council of I first Christian Church mot for il.s iinnntlily business session in the ! ladies' parlor <if the church rocenlly. I fin the program were the following features: "Kvening Prayer," vi>( al solo liy .Mrs. Kugene Hoaz. and two ]ii;iiiii solos. Iiy Sharon Johnson. Mrs. S. C. Hyfi'H read ;i poem, "Wanted." \vritten liy A. I,. Hutchinson for the occasion. The P.evereml Hollistor .Miller then gave a talk. "Our Work Cut : Out for You." The program \VHS • concluded with a prayer. DKIKI) .MILK SOMDS I'ecause non-fat dried milk solids are in heller supply for domestic use. the War Food Administration has amended \var food order No. 1 to remove all restrictions on their use ill the manufacture of bread, effective. August L'_. The use of milk in hri-inl making has he-en limited since January I!M:: to four part-: of mill; to I"" pans of flour, the removal of the restriction enabling bakers to return to prewar standards. Baptist Youth Group Will Have Fall Planning Meet WOKKKKKTTE — Typify ing the war-working womanhood of Great Britain, Desnit Magnus. was awarded the title of "Miss YVar Wni ker -- 11)44 ' by Sussex county, together with cup which is hers outright "because 1D-H is the Vie- tory year." Members of High School Fellowship of First Baptist Church will leave Friday for a fall planning retreat at 'White niver.'according to Miss Margaret Karpe, in charge of publicity for the group. The young people wil'. bo accompanied by the lleverend ami Mrs. Sam Kleinsasser, .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mart-he! and Miss Flossie Mills. On the temporary agenda for the session is the election of officers and naming of, cotnmittes. Richard I-iohl Is president of the group. Summer activities of the fellow- • ship which is a part of the Baptist i Youth Fellowship, Kern River Asso- | elation, included sending a representative to the National Baptist Youth Fellowship Conference in Green Lake, Wis., and to the interdenominational meeting at Lake Side, Iowa. Thirty-live members of the group attended the Southern California Baptist Youth camp for leaders of .southern California a4 Thousand Pines. Miss Peggy Poteete represented the southern California convention as well an the Kern River Association at both eastern meetings. She was also active at the Thousand Pines camp at which several members of the local group were members of the youth choir. SOCIETY PARADE C. ftHMtV 0 IMC. MONTH-END VALUES! Reduced! WOMEN'S SUITS $ 14°° Hcpriml from our priced line. Your choice of soft woolens or durable worsteds. In new colors for fall! Second Group $OOO Smartly styled in checks, tweeds and solid colors. . . . Wools and rayon and wools. Hepriced in lime lo replenish vour fall wardrobe. MKX'S SPORT HATS Keprieei'l '. Light weight hat of wool, rayon and colloii. \Veat heri/cfl < Mixed QDft troys and tans 5IOB KKPKICKD! WHITE UNIFORMS Made of pood finality Hoinona and Broadcloth for lasting wear. Assorted styles. WO.MKX'S WOMEN'S BLOUSES Assortment of long and short sleeve stvies WASH DRESSES Kediiced! Efficient frocks that will keep yon neat, cool and pretty. Assorted colors and slvles KOOMY STORAGE CHEST A repricei! value! Ideal for storing ill-ins nol in every-day use. Si/.e SI HOYS' Women's Rayon Gowns JU'dticed .' Itiiyoii knils and sheers in luce trimmed anil tailored st.vles. Assorted colors and si/.es POPLIN JACKETS Kepriceil .' .Medium weiirhl — rain ami wind resistant ! Practical I'or hai k to school Rebekahs Sponsor Card Fete Tonight The home of Mrs. Krnest Michel. SOI Poundage Lane, will be the scene of a public card party tonight at S p. in., the evening being sponsored by the Itehekah lodge to replenish Ihe club treasury. The evening will be devoted lo bridge, five hundred and pinochle. Refreshments will be served and pi i/es awarded. Assisting Mrs. Michel with arrangements are Mis. Raymond Rice, noble grand; .Mis. Sam Francisco. Mrs. Fred Holmes, and Mrs. Jim 1'onlon. X'Htlpt Nature Rcliive MONTHLY'S FEMALE PAIN You who suffer such pain with tired, nervous, "dragged out" feelings- all due to functional periodic disturbances—start at once—try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve euch symptoms. Made especially for women— it helps nature! Also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. LYDIAE.PINKHAM'SSVuVo Visit Uric Visitors in ibis city last week were Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Kvans, formerly of this city. Mr. Kvans. a former faculty member of Kakcrsfield High School and now connected with the Pan-American \\'orld Airways, is with the naval reserve, inactive. .Mrs. F.vans is the former Miss j Betty Lucas. The couple have been I visiting at the home of her parents, I Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Lucas, 820 Lo- iinitn Drive. Mrs. Kvans will remain : in this city with her parents while i her husband establishes a home in Miami, Fla., where he reported this week. lie was formerly based at Treasure Island. She will join him soon thereafter. * * * Kehirn From North Mr. and Mrs. (ins P>a lasts, of this city, have just returned from San Francisco where they visited their son. Gus P.alasis. Jr.. seaman first class, t'nited States Navy, who has gone on his second trip overseas. With Mr. and Mrs. Balasis was their daughter. Irene, and niece, Miss Constance Bisbis. * * * Hume Knuii South Mr. and Mrs. George (.!urr and family have returned from Balboa, and from San Bernardino where they spent two weeks. They were guests in the latter city of Mr. Gurr's mother, Mrs. Dwight Chal'fee. * * • Frosts flack Mr. and Mrs. W. T). Frost have returned from a vacation on Greenhorn. $1 KKIUTKD! Cotton Hose A value yon shouldn't miss. Mrrreriy.ed and cotton lisU-s. Assorted colors mid white Swim Trunks Our entire men's slock to lie cleared. Wools, rayons and gabardines. ^%^) f* Assorted si/.es *J\^** .MKX'S Zelan Jackets Hepriced for you : Handy all- purpose water-repellent jacket. Meal for the $O ftft corning season ^f*\J\f MKX'S Felt Hats Ftodnced value yon can't miss. Kig'ht slvles in fall and winter shades. Assorted sixes a nil »* i o 11 i '2.00 ALL-WOOL SPORT JACKETS For hack to school values spc these rcpriceil jackets. Colors lieiKf and brown. Si/.es 10-1.S $2 KKI'UKKH! <, I, <, < I Bleached Cotton Batts Rcpriced so all can a (lord to make a new comfort. Ideal si/.e 72-5M). 2 Ibs. weight..... QIAKT SI/K FRUIT JARS 76 c doz. Complete willi caps. 1'acUed fine do/rn to a carton. Also lids. 1'J cents dozen. Itinys -J cents, do/en. I'IXT SIZK FRUIT JARS 62 c doz. Complete with two-piece all purpose metal and glass caps. Itings and raps also, 'J."i cents do/en. MILITARY SUITS l.rl them enjoy n suit just like Dad's. Assorted materials anil styles. Si/.es ti it BOYS' SPORT COATS KK-l'KlfKI) VALUE! Herringbones, Houndtootli checks, DiiiKonials and .solid colors. Best all around for school. Si/.es 35-UO. . . RKFKICKD! GARDEN APRONS Ideal for outdoor work. Made of slnrdy material for lasting durability. Large si/.e Final Clearance! Before We Move to Our Own New Home at 1101 Baker Street ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT When we move on September 1 we will be forced to he closed for a few days while we arrange our stock. Watch for our reopening announcement. JUNIOR DRESSES Ideal for School Regular *!>.!».""» to ifli.Oo 7.95 Play Suits Regular $ I ().!).'> Values 7.95 One Special Lot of DRESSES Ill-Kill!!r $7.05 to !?!).!)."> S 5.95 Sizes Riiiifc'e From 0 to 15 Split Lots 1021 Baker Street Phone 2-8587 Gold Bond Rock Wool ...Insures Summer Comfort ... Saves Up to 30% of Winter Fuel SCORCHING summer heat is kept out of your home by the fleecy blanket of fireproof Gold Bond Rock Wool that can be quickly installed by our trained workmen. In winter, it cuts your fuel needs as much as 30% • • - pays for itself . . . helps solve the fuel shortage problem. Up to three years to pay. Find out now—before the big fall rush—how little it costs. L H. CLAWSON CO. CONTRACTORS and APPLICATORS 270S NIU» Street Phon. 9-9727 \ I JJ Gold Bond Rock Wool Insulation keep* summer heat out and furnace warmth in. That's why in winter, rooms are warmer with less fuel and in summer are 8" to 15° cooler even on the hottest days. KITCHEN CURTAIN SPECIAL A Fine Cotton Pin Dot With Wove-in Color Design. Size 33x15 Regularly ^1.98 Now $-| Pair 1 KITCHEN TOWELING Cup and Saucer Design Regularly ,*2.2."» Now " $-1 Pair 1. Children's Cotton-Print Dresses Sixes 1 to 6. Special at $*| AA onl v each J. •UU ARTCRAFT OF CALIFORNIA 1423 Eighteenth Street "AROL'ND THE CORNER FROM TINT'S" Theta Kappa Tan A recent ineetiuM of Thela Kappa. Tan sorority was held al the home of .Mrs. Horace Thuruian. L'<i I Bedford Way. with nominations of officers conducted. Jlrs. Merrill Stoops acled aa co-hostess during the evening. ' Those nominated were as follows: Mrs- Hazel Sheldon and Mrs. Arthur Chnuran, president; Mrs. Dudley Grimes and Mrs. Neil Followwill, vice-president; Miss Claudine I^eis- len and Mrs. Kenneth Duncan, sec- relary Mrs. Jack 1 lacked, treasurer; Mrs. Oenevieve Dougherty and .Mrs. Richard K. Uodson, historian. The election will be held at the nexl meellng on September It with Mrs. Dodson and Mrs. C'hauran as co-hostesses. It was announced that a layette gift was sent to .Mrs. Koherl llol- lingsworth. Kurther plans were niiide for a convention tober. Members are: MfKfht MICH — • C. lloilprin i x IMP \\'H h H I h >wey Moi lun to be held in Oc- 'lui ii i ii n . km. ,Ir. lil'M lIolllllBB- ^ (ii ih rl Si-nl.-r ;iyni> (lilurn nnpt h Pull' all dlPi Gi nnos SCHOOL MAMMA —One young woman who knows the value of education is Mrs. Julia Donals of Rochester, X. Y.. who left high school in January, lll-ll, to get. married. Although she's the mother of the two youngsters seen in the picture, she's making up lost ground by going to high school now. Huriojp Thlirnian A. W. Bionks K. I.. Hurl. Jr. .Mornll Sumps Noil Knllowwill Missps — .\elda O'Kan* 5 Clamli \Ve<l in Itisbee Mr. and Mrs. K. 1... Gordon, formerly of this city, now of Coalinga, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Nona Gordon, to Lieutenant Arthur llisehman. The wedding took pl'ce on August 10 at Bisbee, Ariz. The bride is a graduate of Coalinga High School and Junior College and Lieutenant Rischman received his education at the t'niversity of Toledo, Ohio. They left for Austin. Texas, where Lieutenant Ui.schman has been assigned to a special instructors course. * * * Recent Visitor A visitor at his home at 1,'ilT Terrace Way recently was George A. Sullivan, radioman second class, l.'nited States Navy. He spent a 14- day leave here with his wife, -Mrs. Helen Sullivan, following seven months of service in the south Pacific. He has now returned to that area for further duty. * * * Back From Missouri Private Mark Crawford, the son of Airs. Ora Crawford, is spending several days here, en route from Camp Crowder, located at Noosho, Mo., to Camp Beale in California. The visitor is with the signal corps. PEANUT BUTTER Be sure it's PURE CANE SUGAR insist on N REFINERY.PACKED CONTAINERS •• (hon-n In CHARM* GLAMOUR Presents a A good coat is the mainstay of your wardrobe! This versatile beauty is the perfect solution for crowded schedules. $y|Q50 '43 1823 CHESTER AVENUE, BAKERSFIELD

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