The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 31, 1944 · Page 6
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5 Thursdoy, August 31,1944 ftfte gahergfittb Caltfornfan WHO SAID "RETIRE"? With America at war, many a man qualified for retirement has said, "Quit? Not me! I'm going to stay on the job, till we finish the job!" As elevator starters, guards, building maintenance men, they're keeping the homefront geared to Victory! f.the beer with the •*vW i* lot AngclM by ACME BREWING CO. 121 Twenty-sixth Street. Bnkcmfli-lil. California Sheer Beauty for Your Windows Organdy Priscillas 41 In. Wide, 21-6 Yds. Long With 5-Inch Ruffles and Dainty Tie-Backs Pair Shimmering sheer organdy marquisette, to cascade in snowy beauty from your windows and give your rooms a crisp, fresh look! Deep 5-inch ruffles, hack hems, ruffled tic hacks, and more than generous fullness. They'll wear despite their elhcral beauty. 41 inches wide each side; 2 1-G yards long. Lovely floral patterned organdy Priscillas $3.98 GINGHAM SASH CURTAINS. With red $ blue or green checks. 43-inches long WHITE VOILE SASH CURTAINS. 36 inches by 43 inches each side. Red, blue or $• green novelty trim L89 Housewives, Note These Values! 22x33 flour sack squares fur dish towels. ..10 for $1 Gaily colored sofa pillows $1.19 lo $1.98 55x75 bright colored print cloths „ $2.49 48x84 tailored drapes, wine, brown, blue $7.95 50% Wool BLANKETS 7.25 Big 72x84, 4-lb. blankets in beautiful shades of cedar, rose or blue. Sateen-bound ends. 33«/ 3 ro Wool BLANKETS *5.49 2,j/o cotton for strength, •i3 ] /3% wool 1'or warmth, 5% Teca rayon for colorful beauty and 3(52-3% rayon for added loveliness. Sized 72x81. 25% Wool BLANKETS $ 3.19 Fluffy single plaid 72x81- f inch blankets. \Yith sateen-bound ends. Choice of blue, rose or cedar. Soft Sheet BLANKETS Single white sheet blankets. Size 72x90. . . . Long wearing........ Double plaid cottons... . Size 70x80. $9 rtA Soft, warm £*»£& Single plaid fluffy cotton blankets. $1 -t f\ Size 70x80 Id if Now Available-World Famous Candy Stripe Patterns in All-Wool Blankets Extra Warm! Extra Soft! Extra Big Values! Nothing lovelier than all-wool for delightful warmth without weight. Wide over- lock stitched ends. "Amuno" treated to prevent moth damage. Creamy white with candy stripes of red, blue, green and yellow. Copy of a world famous pattern. 72x84 inches! Weight, 5 Ibs. 1.25 5 POUNDS • EXTRA HEAVY WHIPPED BOUND EDGES SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone .6-6501 Mrs. Brown Will Address P. T. A. on Child Welfare Mrs. Rollin Brown, of Los Angeles, state first vice-president and chairman of recreation, will be the main speaker at the seventh district P. T. A. conference to be held at First Methodist Church here on Friday, Septrmbr-r 8. The conference will be opened at 10 a. in. Other speakers in addition to Mrs. Brown, who will talk on "Juvenile Welfare," include Mrs. Leon Huskey and Mrs. R. A. Poyland, "Membership." wilh Mrs. Joseph Hook, "Programs." Lunch will be served by Roosevelt P. T. A. at 12:15. Reservations must be made and once made, accounted for, officers report. Those in charge of accepting reservations are Mrs. J. R. Kdgar, 159 A street; Mrs. Leonard Smith, and Mrs. Clarence Walgren, 1122 Lomlla. The group will reconvene at 1:15 p. m. with Mrs. Hook, editor of the Parent-Teacher Magazine addressing the participants on "Parent-Teacher Leadership. ' Other speakers will Include Mrs. Rollin, "Legislation" and Mrs. George Johnson and Mrs. Doyland, "Extension." During the luncheon Dr. Georgia. Knif.lch will speak on "Lay Participation in the Health Program." Private W. J. Haney Wounded in Europe Private \Villard J. Haney, son of Mrs. Bertha M. Haney, 103 Fillmore street, Taft, has been reported wounded in action in the European area by the war department through Associated Press. then Back to School Flannel Skirts Skirt—Favorite of all little girls— pleated wool flannel skirt in red. Suspender strap style. Sizes 3 to 6 1 /-;. 2 Tailored Coats $ g This smart velvet trimmed tweed coat will enhance your little darling's beauty. Extremely warm, because it's not only rayon lined, but interlined. Tan, brown, wine. Sizes 3 to 6'/2. See label in garment for wool specifications. Girls' Sweaters New School Sweaters—Outstanding hi quality and fashion. This Junior edition has all tbe line features—popular boxy pullover and cardigans to match. 100% wool.* Lovely fall colors. Sizes 8 to 1C. •See label in garment for wool specifications. 2 Knit Union Suits 79' Comfortable, stretchy tuck- stitcu knit. Fit smoothly ... no bulge or* wrinkle. Mite tailoring. Size 2 to 12. 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone 6-6501 Average Wage Is Basis of Benefits EDITOR'S NOTE—This In the elstilh In a series of articles explaining federal old age and security laws. Benefits are based upon (he worker's average monthly wage. How is this average monthly wage determined? As a general rule, the average monthly wage is determined by dividing the total wages paid to the worker by the total number of months in which he could have i arned under the program*. Here is the rule: Add up the wages a worker received from jobs covered by the law from the time it went into effect [January 1, 1937) up to the beginning of the calendar quarter in which he dies or becomes eligible for retirement benefits. Then divide this .ota.} amount of wages by the number of months in that same period of time. For further information call or write the Bakersfield office of the Social Security Board located at 209 Professional Building, Bakersfield. Chamber Members Tour Gardner Field TAFT, Aug. 31. — Lieutenant. Colonel Howard J. Bechtel, com' manding officer of Gardner Field, was ho.st recently to members of the Taft Chamber of Commerce, at a luncheon in the cadet mess, and later to a tour of the field. Members of the chamber, who had met at the Fox hotel and gone to the field by bus, suspended the regular order of business and gave themselves over to a gala holiday. After a satisfying luncheon the men were taken to see production line maintenance, the link trainers, the officer's club, the parachute packing room and a general inspection of the field. Marketing Order for Dried Figs Issued A marketing order for dried figs was issued today by State Director of Agriculture A. A. Brock, arul will be put into effect by Kern county fig producers on Friday. Brock said that the order provides for the inspection of all lots of figs prepared for market or manufactured into fig products. An advisory board of fig processors will assist the agricultural director in administering the program. The board will bi composed of V. Nussbaum, Los Angeles; C. W. Bonner, L. H. Eastin. R. H. Hopper, A. F. Jewell, H. Koligan, and C. C. Taylor, all of Fresno. Taking Enrollments at Nursery School For the eleventh successive year Miss Dorothy Crowe is opening Park Way Nursery School at 2121 Park Way. Enrollments are being made this week. Children are accepted from the age of 3 years and may come for the morning (fl to 11:30 a. m.) session, or all day. which Includes the period up until 5:30 p. m. Music, dancing, block building, clay modeling and other hand work are included. The school is well equipped, with an unusually large and varied amount of apparatus enjoyed by children. New Cream Deodorant Safely helps Stop Perspiration 1. Does not irritate skin; Does not rot dresses or men's shirts. 2. Prevents under-arm odor; Helps stop perspiration safelyi 3. A pure, white, antiseptic, stainless vanishing cream. 4. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 5. Awarded Approval Seal of American Institute of Launder, ing — harmless to fabric. Use Arrid regularly. rim ui _.«a-»T* ~,.Also3Wi«, ft j U - , . »V a a«MH • VJBM nOBMIiWpIIig THI LAROIST SILLING DIODOIANT For That Slim, Trim Back-to-School Look Uplift Bra Made of fine quality pre- s L nui k cotton broadcloth. . . . Four-section bust cups for perfect fit. Stitched under bust for attractive uplift. Adjustable grosgrain shoulder straps. Four-way adjustable buck. For medium bust. Nude. Sixes 32 to iJ8. Lace-Trimmed Garter Beit A form fit garter belt attractively styled with cotton lace appliqued on fine quality rayon satin. 4%-inch front. Back hooking with adjustment to fit four sizes. Four flat garters hold stockings securely in place. Nude. Sizes 24 to 34. 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone 6-6501 RECORDS W« Will Be) Open 3 Days P«rW««k • Monday • Friday ' • Saturday During August East Side Gleaners 172* NIlM StTMt Phww t-MSS OSCAR E. WINDING Back Ic Circulation After I Tear* at Hotel HI T«Jo» Painting and Papering Service Phone 2-9478 GHARRY CITRON <L^ BROCKS Biecrt ui OMraitecl Witck •••airtaf

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