The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 31, 1944 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, August 31, 1944
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4 Thursday, August 31, 1944 Cfae «akrrsfirlb Californtan 'MONTGOMERY WARD 1 FOR LITTLE BOYS Sport suits, sport shirts, sweaters, slacks, fingertip reversible coats, loafer coats, sports' coat and slack ensembles, wash suits, union suits and brown moc oxfords. ft BIG BOYS Suits, longies, sports coats, dress shirts, tweeters, melton jackets, wing-tip oxfords. FOR LITTLE GIRLS Skirts, sweaters, blousts, corduroy jumpers, reversible coats, Fall and Winter coats, dresses, slips, union suits and brown plain toe oxfords. FOR BIG GIRLS Dresses, skirts, sweaters, jerkin sets, slips, jumpers, jackets, blouses, slacks, hats, Chesterfield coats, suits, shirts, and casual shoes . ;. in smart styles. With our new Ward clothes ...we re the best-dressed kids in school! Mother took us shopping last week and bought our school clothes where she always does—Montgomery Ward. She likes to go there because she can buy u$ complete outfits for such a small amount of money, and because they last for a long, long time. We like to go there, too, because Wards have the clothes that kids like best—the sweaters and skirts and longies and reversibles that the whole crowd goes for I Only nicer-looking than most! That's why we can say; without bragging, that "with our new Ward clothes . .. we're the best-dressed kids in school. P. S. Mother says it's so ea$y to pay for the clothes she buys us at Wards. • Any $10 purchase will open a monthly payment account. IV Montgomery ward Twenty-fifth and Chester Telephone 7-7871 'Where Parking Is Easier' JAMESON OUTING NOW CONCLUDED OVERNIGHT HIKE TO PINE FLAT IS SPECIAL EVENT Jamesons' .summer camp on r.rron- liorii inouiitain has closoil Its annual summer session for 1!M4, KotlericU Jameson, in charge of the camp, announced today. During: the last week of the S-week • session, which ended on July 3d, an overnight hike was taken to I'ine . Flats, Mr. Jameson said. During the entire S-week period, horseback rid, Ing, hiking and general camp ucllv- - ity were enjoyed by a full attendance. Vacationing at the mountain camp , the last two 'weeks were: Dail liar- i rlson, Karen Manley, John Illndman, Donald Haley. Nlckolas Winkler, firant Clark. Natalie Hudson, John Pearson, Diane Meehyn, Audrian ' Hulloi-k, Jack .Mel'oy. .Veal Thumas, Omuip Heebe. Jimmy Cltiti-hor. Joyce \\'illard. Jerry Mariotti. Norman Peterson, Kay Kilburn. Dale Kd- iniiiulson. Jack Edmoiulson. Derek West, Charles Stoiitenburgh, Neal Xason and Joe McKlvaney. Voters League VYII Meet in Two Weeks There will be mi mooting of LOCKUP n( Women Voters sections this wook, thr next to lie held In two weeks instead, according to chiili-men of thp two sections. Thp. sections, juvenile rlolinquency anfi elections, will convene at 3 p. m. on the Inter d.-ite at IfiKO K street. Woman's Club Will Be Scene cf Parlor Meet Native Daughters of the Oolilen \\'t;st will meet Friilny evening in the tea room of the Bukerst'leld Woman's t'hib. .Miss Lucy Supertlno, chairman, .-mnoimees that H practice of the escort tea m will b<> held and all girls nn the learn are requested to be present at 7 p. m. Procedure for Day of Victory Set in Taft TAFT. Aug. 31.—A procedure to follow on the day of the announcement of the termination of hostilities in Em-ope was formulated last '• night at a meeting of the local mer- * chants held in the City Hall. \ Verne Me Loud, secretary of the | Chamber of Commerce read a sum- j mary of ideas submitted by the : Cnited States Chamber of Commerce, and from this summary the plan for all merchants to close their stores as soon as possible after the news of victory is received and to remain closed the following day, was ] adopted. Merchants should call the Chamber of Commerce for confirma- ] i. tion of the news when it is received. i Also of interest were many hints ' to retailers gathered by Verne McLeod at a recent convention of Sec- retarys of Commerce that he at- , tended in Washington. j The meeting was presided over by ; George Stewart. I ! TAFT MAX INMfKEI) i TAFT. Aug. III.—Roy W. Hughes! of -110 Buchanan street, Taft, was taken to the Taft Community llos- ; pital, Tuesday, for treatment for a ! head injury. His condition is not < considered serious although lie is confined to the hospital. Hughes is em- ', ployed by the Kinmons Supply Com- j pa M y. WE Buy Used Radios Radio and Applianct Co. Fox Theatre Building 2015 H Strut, Dill 4-4055 UK. E. P. EDWARDS, D. C. Health Restored by Modern Drugless Non-Surgical Methods in the Largest Most Modern Health Center in Kern County • Food Allergy • Basal Metabolism • Physio-Therapy • Colon Therapy • Diet Correction • Manipulation • Complete X-Ray • X-Ray Fluoroscope DR. E. p. EDWARDS, D. C. 2728 Chester Avenue Phone 2-3570 BAKERSFIELD of Jjlue-Qllltile Jfappy ufearl Qseddinq * West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve You 1434 NINETEENTH STREET • BAKERSFIELD VISION IS VITAL! ON C R E D I T I MONTHS TO PAY 6 NO IN T BREST NO EXT*AS> CALL IN AND HAVB YOUR EYES EXAMINED! *Your Broken Lens DUPLICATED! Prompt Service! *Carry an EXTRA PAIR of GLASSES With You! ^Glasses Made to Your OWN Prescriptionl *Your Credit Is GOODI Open an Accountl Your Eyes are Your Most Precious Possession. Safeguard them by visiting an OPTOMETRIST at lead every six months! Vision is Vital! DR. HAROLD HASKELL OPTOMETRIST 1434 NINETEENTH STRICT • •AXMSPIELD OFFICES CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ON THE MAIN PLOOI

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