The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 30, 1944 · Page 6
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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, August 30, 1944
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5 Wednesday, August 30, 1944 gfac Hafacrgfiflrj Calitornian Co-operation Theme I High School Dance ion P. T. A. to Be Held Tonight Washington School P. T. A. executive board met rci-cntly at Jefferson Park, selecting "Cu-npeialion in the Hume. School and Cninmii- nity" as the theme for the year. Plans Inr a full and inleicsting year were also discussed with Mrs. K. X. Smalky. president, presiding during the meeting. A putliick luncheon was served at 1J::;n. Nervous, Restless tl "CERTAIN DAYS" Of Ik! Montk? If functional periodic disturbances m&ke you feel nervous, tired, restless, "dragged out"—at such times—try famous Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. It helps nature! Plnkhsm's Compound Is also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. Worth, trying! LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S The I.-IM .if the series of summer dani-es held at La dranada Ballroom fnr Mie soling pedjile of the community \\ill be held tonight at » p. in., accmding in J. H. llaialsou. liirert.ii ii(' rity lee] c a I i. in. Music for Ibe < ><-r;i si'in \\iil be fuinishcil by Hob SJ*-MI|I s 'Mcbeslia. 1'atiMiis and pat l oncsM-s are Mr. and Mis Floyd Vugel, Mr and Mrs. U'illiau l->ist I Mr. an Mr. an rescnI i Italy, and J. F. Conner, of akerslield High School and Mrs. Hubert Hutchison and 1 Mrs. W. C. Rldgeway l ep- g I'.akerslield High School. l>\l (illTKIi HOKX A daiigl ter, (ilenna Iiene. was II. Kramer, at Miss Pan Demic Center Sponsors Events Variety Enlivens Program at North of River Fete I Junior Pan Demic Center Is off to a good start, its social affairs having been much iTijoyi'd by the north- of -1 hr-rivfr young peoplr to dat« j . one cii" ihi< hist affairs was a pro- m.mi and infurmal i vc'iiing August Jii with rcfi'uHlmif'i.t.u. Cilcn Slmgarl pi csctili-i] porms i Nfm-n dialect, [ .Iny Ni-vis. a ImUi ami ta]i niiuibi'r, ui b c,| ( .|i shiiKM-l, Sail:' Hudson, ;i MINK, and JoaniU' Mffliy, .lor; Padilla and Mai lene Hmwn. songs. Ar[ i a ngemcni.s \von> 'n charge of Joe I Padilla anil Cilcn Sliugarl. 1 As John I.owdcv, president. Is leav- inn for the servl"p, •'<•• group pre- si'titfd him with silver identifica- . tion braceli'l. Hub Meadows will sue• <•>•<•<] to the presidency and a vice- president will lie elected to fill the • vacancy wlm ni''-nbers meet .\lon: day at the Hoilscn residence. (ifl'ii •( is Ih maKlng a point nf the se"">i f jrma 1 a 1 fa Irs. I* ;ici|vltii>s. ranging si iidnni s living n<irt b '-'.'it urday night lioin THE JUDD LABEL GUARANTEES QUALITY PELTS . . . EXPERT WORKMANSHIP . LASTING STYLE . . . MODtRATE PRICES We Specialize in • FUR STORAGE • FUR REPAIRING • FUR RE-STYLING Magnificent in sable- dyed Russian Squirrel back with its rich, rippling beaut/ ... its soft highlights . . . its depth in color. Specially priced at $395* *Plus Federal Tax "We Prefer Your Budget Account" 10% monthly holds your fur selection in our fur storage until you need it this Fall. SPECIALTY SHOPS IN CALIFORNIA Eighteenth and H Streets Opposite Padre Hotel BEVERLY HILLS • WESTWOOD VILLAGE • GLENDALE • SANTA MONICA • BAKERSFIELD ANNOUNCING THI-: ; OK Tin; KAI.L TKKM OK Tin; MODERN STUDIO OF DANCING I'ndcr tlie I'lTMiuiil ] >i I'ccliiin i if H. I'cnl/iT. liislriU'lros.s Maidif Du Kn>snc, ]). M. A. MIX! 1). T. S. C. Registrations for All Types of Dancing September 1 and 2— 10:<M> lo TJ ,00 ami 2 :(H) to 5 :00 WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDING -1806 D STREET Bnkorstiold, California Phone 2-0715 Uchidein'e I'hone 2-77'J-i DORMAN PHOTO SHOP 1673 Chester Av«nu« Special Rates to Bab!**, ••rvlc«m«n and Woman Open After 6 P. M. and Sunday by Appointment PHONE 8-8793 SOCIETY PARADE Shower A layotte shower was given Friday evening by Mrs. Winifield Wharton and Mrs. Kenneth Runyon at the home of the latter, Homaker I'ark. honoring Mrs. T_,e»m Runyon. of Oildale. Games were played with prizes being won by Mesdamcs, William Wade, flaylen Stahl, Robert flair'-tt, anil Miss I/a\>rne farter. Asters and roses were used in decorating the tables anil rooms. Many gifts were received by the honoree. Refreshments were served during the latter part of the evening; assisting the hostesses was Mrs. Irwin P'ike, of Shafter. Present were: 1 Miss Harness to School I Miss Mary Kaye Harness, daughter of Mr. an>; Mrs. A. P. Harness, 617 Eighth street, returned to her studies at I..OH Angeles City College a week early, alter having spent the summer vacation at home. She made the trip bark in advance of the opening of classes in order to take care of duties in connection with the school paper tin- "Collegiate." of which she is editor of the page on contemporary life and letters. She is entering her second college. Miss Harness bouse guest recently, Cook of Plsmo. year at the had as her Miss Ksther Kn.-c. Z.M-kol (.'ha riff* Kistifi J.'iy'cn Stnhl f'.lenn Xinmipr nift n Rub, i-l c,n IIP! l William (TMallpy Nin-ii Klstnn i.M. KiirlioiiH Iri-in Kike iSdnll.'i i r,i hy Smit h IH Sill hi Shirl.'V KI i ii In nil f'.unyiiM Williniii Wnfl<- Dorothy .Inhnron Ivl DrnlinkPi- .Inhn Hrrkpl 'tnhrrt ytno]' 1 i.'lavliin Kluluii I.M. • Kiirlii nil i Tiivloi- /rrk.-l M 'ulvcr ' 'II > l Kinl. KlHtnii i.M. Kin hi M I .:< \ <•! it.- i 'H i I .cnlii Klslnn \ViiNlroop-Nhaw Mis-i .I'inel \Valdroop. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. M. Waldroop, of ('artcr, okla. became the bride of H. I'Mward Shaw, .seaman second class, I'nited States Navy, on August 211. The ceremony was performed by the Reverend James Oal- hreth in the home of the bridegroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. YY. Shaw. 11.10 Owens street. Seaman Shaw has reported lo the. naval base at Farragnt, Idaho, where his bride will join him soon. f.uests at the wedding included: Messrs. and Mesdames: J. W. Jones, Seaman First Class Frank Mcl)e\- itt, .Mrs. Samuel Thelch. .Misses Wanda West. Jean Wiehc, Phyllis Sharp, .limmie Ann West. Louise Anderson. Hailand J. Curtlow. Jack Welch. Fare well I'arly An Informal farewell parly was held recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. c r . Miller. iiO!» Kl Te.jon Avenue. Oildale. in honor of their son. William Miller. Jr., who enlisted in the I'nited Slates Navy recently. Those present were inembeis of the family and close friends. Attending in addition lo the gncsl nf honor and host and hostess, were: Messrs, and .Mcsilamcs Willis Husk, Hale <'HpingtT: Misses Harhara flip- ingcr. filoria .Irian Rusk, KVP Miller. Fa ye Laughlin; Paul l^iu^hlin. Mai ('lipinger. + * * ItirtInlay Anniversary Aleda Marie Lcmire's first ' birthday anniversary was celebrated recently at the home of her parents. Private and Mrs. Henry .1. Lemire. :u;il Jewett Avenue. Private Lemire i_s now stationed in .Mew flnlnea. Those present were: Children Shirley Howard. Peggy Howard. Sharon Smith. Williard Johnston and Anne Rogers. HKAI) CADET WIVES—Mrs. Harry K. Tindall and Mrs. Kdwin T). Kelly were elected as secretary and president, respectively, of Alinter Field Cadet Wives at a recent meeting. Mrs. Tindall succeeded Mrs. Don Patterson, while Mrs. Kelly succeeds Mrs. Donald Thomas. The group meets each Tuesday evening in the Woman's Club hall. Visiting Here I louse guest s ("!> L si reel Richard Saual], \\ ho are in f Mrs. M L. F.railon, are Mr. and Mrs. Helle (lardens. ving in Oregon. Gardner Cadets to Hold Dance Friday (ianincr Field cadets of class •I4-.J are sponsoring a graduation dance in the post gymnasium Friday evening, Mrs. R. B. Rogers announced here today. Mrs. Robert Cottom will accompany the girls to the field with Mrs. Rogers. Ruses will le.ive the 1'SO hall at 7 p. in. and girls who are going are requested to be on time. HOARD MEET KUID.AY I>F,LAXO. Aug. Si).—The September meeting of the official board of ('oiiiniiinity Methodist been announced by the Revcrened Ronald II. s p. in. Friday in the ial ball of the church. Tea-for Teachers to Be Held September 14 Executive board of Horace Mann P. T. A. recently met at the home of .the president. -Mrs. Bert Ryder, ^Ttlti Sevier avenue, to outline the club program for the year. Among the events planned is a tea for the teachers on September 11 and Mrs. Roy Gray, chairman of ways and means committee, is making plans for a jitney dinner to IIP held in October. FRATERNAL \V. O. \V. Meeting Kocinilas Camp. Junior Woodmen of the World, will not meet Thursday night. There wil. be an adult meeting, however, at W. O. AV. hall Thursday e\ enini. 1 . Church Women Will Gather August 31 Cholain Miller to Talk at Beale Park Meeting arc taking shape fur a ] - -'::>ii politick luncheon August ill ;it I-loalo Park of United Council of Church \Vninen, it was announced tmlay l).v Mrs. K. K. Hoffman, chair- torlay by .Mrs. R. K. Hoffman, president! .Mrs. U I). Cryts. program cliairnian. roporl.s that Chaplain Ros- cuo (.'. .Miller, Jr., of ilinter Field, will speak on his experiences overseas and will talk on the responsibility for world-wide Christian fellowship. Mrs. J. K. Hayes, social chairman for the council, will greet the members. Those taking part are asked to bring their soft drinks and table service. SIIAKTKIl MAN (iKADUATED SHAKTKU, Aug. ;!(!.—Merton L. \Viedmanii was among the naval weather officers graduated from an eight months course at University of California at bos Angeles Tuesdav. POWERFUL LIQUID PROMPTLY SOOTHES TORTURE and KILLS 6ERMS* THAT CAUSE ATHLETES FOOT If you're discouraged about a mean, hard to relieve case — then just try Extra StrengthZEMO. First applications relieve itchy soreness between cracked peeling toes and *on contact actually kill the germs that most commonly causa and spread Athlete's Foot. Zemo is a Doctor's v/onderf ul soothing yet powerfully medicated liquid backed by 35 years success. First trial with Zemo convinces! All drugstores. but first to HARRY COFFEE for all the things you need... Go back to school Harry Coffee dressed, in good looking, stout hearted clothes... the kind of clothes you like to wear because they're right... and stay right. Rtvtrsiblt SHORTY COATS Cavalry twill on one side and gabardine on the other. Wear the gabardine side out on rainy days. Our most popular coat for boys 12.50 STATION WAGON COAT , A shorty coat tailored of natural colored cotton twill with bright plaid lining. Shower proof— Good looking—serviceable 7.9$ BOYS SPORT SHIRTS Lots of new plaid and overcheck designs in blue, grey, tan and green color combinations . . . Long sleeve ... 2.00 te 5.00 Short sleeve Sport Shirts .... L50M2.M FOR STOCKY BOYS Suits and Sport Coats to fit extra heavy and stocky built boys. Stocky SPORT COATS .... 15.95 Stocky SUITS 25.00 BOYS' WOOL TWEED SUITS Styled right. Proportioned to fit the grow* ing boy. Sturdy fabrics that can take it yet are good looking and dressy for dances and special occasions.Tailored with HarryCoffee precision and care. Sizes 10 to 18. U.95 to 25.00 Junior sizes 4 to 10 ...... 15.00 BOYS' LEISURE JACKETS Two-tone and plain effects in Shetland weaves and combinations of tweeds and gabardines. Made just like the men's. Juniors 4 to 10 .... 6.95 t» W.95 Boys 12 to 18 11.95 to 17.95 SACK SWEATERS Loose fitting style. 100% pure wool. Tan, beige, blue, green 3.95 HARRY COFFEE SLACKS Perfect fitting. Cut the same as our famous Martin Shannons for men. Twills, flannels, gabardines. All the popular colors. Rayon and wool 5.9S «p 100% pure wool MS «p H.rry C*ff** G*ar«ft.rf CORDUROYS FOR BOYS Finest materials and workmanship obtainable for the price. Perfect fitting. Guaranteed to give complete satisfaction. ' Stadium Jr. CORDUROYS 3.45 Conference Jr. CORDUROYS 4.45 HARRY COfftt FRESNO AND BAKERSFIELD BOYS' RIBBER HOSE Heavy ribbed cotton hose—in brightcoloredstripings&checks.- Also pkin colors. Long wearing. 39c BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES Moccasin style, or wing tip 01 military plain toe blucher style. Correctly styled to fit the foot. Very sturdy,good looking as well 4.95 Western Belts for Boys . 100 POPLIN JACKETS Made of waterproof twill in olive drab color (juniorsizes.. . . 5.00) .8.50

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