The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 1, 1944 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Friday, September 1, 1944
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

4 Friday September 1, 1944 fche gaherrtfclfr CaUtornUm CLOTHING VALUES VALUES FOR THE HOME Blouses Dress up your old suit or gel one of these for thai new fall suit. These have a dotted Swiss appearance. Styled by Beau Oardin. All sixes. Regularly priced al>3.08--on sale at $2.22 Jumpers and Dresses For the young lady these will be perfect for school wear. Junipers are made of long-wearing corduroy. Also included in this yronp are girls' school skirls, all priced to clear. Regularly priced at .$13.98- now only $2.17 Sport Coats For the young man. ages 6 to 9, a cotit your boy will need later this season. Assorted colors to choose from. Regularlv priced $9.50—now only $7.88 Sport Shirts A real value for Ihc men. . . . These are cotton knit \vilh a blue stripe, ideal for these warm summer days. You can use three at this price. Reguarly $1.00—now Loafer Coats Men's loafer coats of 100'n wool in both tan and brown shades. Plan for fall now. Perfect for wear with slacks or those extra trousers. Regular price .$7.98—now Men's Jackets $4.29 Ideal either for work or dress, blanket lined with button front, dressy yet very sturdy and will stand lots of wear. Assorted sixes. Regularly priced at <$3.o'U—now only $2.77 Work Pants Men, here is your chance to stock up for fall with the well-known Cash Saver Work Pants . . . made of re-used wool and cotton, dark color only and a good selection of sixes. Regularly priced at -$2.89— now only $1.88 Men's Play Shorts Ideal for these hot summer days, get them for work around the yard or for relaxing after a hard day's work. . . . These come in tan only. Regular price .$,'3.50—on sale for fifi Pajamas Our stock of men's summer pajamas are to be cleared during this sale. These have V necks and button fronts. . . . All are highly colored prints. Regular price ."j^.'.W—on sale at $1.44 Miscellaneous Values Mattress Cover Keep your mattress fresh and clean with this extra heavy washable cover. Fits a full-si/e mattress and has bound edges and nonbreakable buttons. Regular price $2.79 — on sale now for $2.22 Bandeaux Bow These are what the school girl has been looking for . . . attractive velvet bows in a choice of colors, long enough to wear across the hair or can be made into an perky how. Regularly I9c now 22c. Smaller sixe, regularly 25c— now 13c Knitting Bags Large capacity knitting bags in both plain and (lowered prints . . . ideal for the knitter as this hag will hold all your material and is still small enough for easy carrying. Regularly priced at -$2.98- now only ,$2.22. Others regularly priced at $1.98 are now $1.44 Foto Folios Keep a permanent record of all those precious pic- lures you have taken ... get one of these for each member of the family. Regularly priced at S2.50— on sale for 88c. Others regularly priced at $1.00 now only — Picture Case A wallet-size case, ideal for the ladies' handbag . . . keep a picture of your loved ones near you. A large group of several styles to choose from. Regularly 39c — now only Q ' Us« your credit. Thousands of ether items an available through our catalog department. Twenty-fifth and Chester Floor Seal dive your floors new life and beauty with Wards Penetrating Floor Seal . . . can be used on floors, woodwork and furniture, prevents staining by dirt and grime. A good buy at the regular price of .$1.09 ('.(tines in walnut and dark oak. A bargain at Hit- sale price of— per qt. 88 C Wall Paint Hefore the cold weather keeps you indoors rcfinish your dingy walls with Wards Master Painters Uat wall paint . . . easy to apply and can be kept bright and shining. Come in and get what you need now. Regular price 7.") per quart—on sale at 66 c per qt. Dinner Plates These shining 10-inch glass dinner plates will be just what you want for that dinner party you will be giving, or use them for every day and your family will think every day is a party. Regular price 6 for 98c—on sale for only 6 for 66 c Mason Caps If you are running short on lids for that last of the summer canning now is your chance to stock up on these two-piece Mason caps. Were 2,">c per dozen— now onlv Glasserole per do/en lie This handy Glasserole and cover is heat-resisting glass ovenware—has a handy handle and can he used both for cooking and serving individual dishes. Regularly priced at 89c—on sale for only Shower Curtain 66c Dress up your bathroom with one of these colorful b'x(> water repellent shower curtains. They have no odor and come in assorted colors. Regularly .$5.49— on sale at Bathroom Curtain $4.88 The same high quality as the shower curtain . . . waterproof and easy to clean. Regular price -$ 1. 19 — now only a pair $3.OO Shower Curtain Ensemble A matching window curtain and shower curtain . . . made of heavy waterproof material. Add new color to a bathroom that has grown dull after a hard summer's use. Regularly priced at .$11.98 — on sale now for $9.88 Shower Cap Protect your hair-do and still enjoy Ihc cooling effect of a shower in one of these waterproofed shower caps. Also excellent for swim wear. Regular price 3.K 1 — now DON'T MISS THESE Tool Box This carpenter tool box is of wood construction with metal corners and edges, made for lots of wear. These will go fast so come early for yours. Regularly priced at ,$5.98 — on sale for flLA fifi Badminton Set Fun for the whole family, relax in the evening with this complete badminton set. It includes net, poles, rackets and shuttlecocks. Regular price .$11.25 — now $9.88 Ouija Board Knlcrtainmcnt for both old and young. It is the new sensation . . . get one and give a Ouija party and mystify your friends. Buy now and save while our stocks arc heavy. Regularly priced at -$1.25- Cactus -now 88c Now is the time to start your cactus garden or to add new ones to your old garden. \Ye need the space and must clear this counter. Many si/cs and varieties to choose from. Buy now and save. All are at— Baby Chicks 1 2 Reg. Price W Call our Farm Store now and place your order for fall baby chicks . . . several breeds and all sturdy, heallhv chicks. Gel your order in early. Price, * $15.00 Where Parking Is Caeler' Phone) 7-7871 SAUTERNE CHABLIS CABERNET BURGUNDY TAWNY PORT PALE DRY SHERRY MADEIRA MUSCATEL To serve Croix Royale at your table is proof of warm-hearted hospital! ty! These famous wines are all produced from carefully selected grapes, grown in the rich sunny San Joaquin valley. Before dinner wines — food complementing .wines—and sweet after-dinner wines. All perfected by experts who learned their art from old world masters. Try Croix Royale. Bring Our Boys Home By Purchasing War Bono's CAMEO VINEYARDS COMPANY, FRESNO, CALIFORNIA Growers • Producers • Bottlers V. F. W. DRIVE WORKERSCITED MONEY COLLECTED USED FOR VETERANS' AID The Private Harold Brown Post No. 14B8, Veterans o£ Foreign Wars, i through Frank V. Harrison, commander, wish to thnnk the service I clubs, fraternal organizations, anx- ' illarles, sororities, business firms, j labor groups, newspapers and radio stations for their support in the sue- ; cessful campaign to raise the local | quota In the national veterans' re- ! habilitation fund and to aid the j Veterans' Widows and Orphans j Home In Eaton Rapids, Mich. ; From the money r-ollected the services oL' a post service officer, on ! duty May 15, 1944. will be continued '< at post headquarters. Veterans Memorial .uilding, 18.16 Nineteenth street, from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., and j aid will be extended honorably die- I charged veterans, or members of | their families, who are requested to j feel welcome to discuss with the ! post officer, without charge, any of j the veteran's problems arising from : unfinished business with the United ' States government, whether the j veteran is a member of the Vet- j erans of Foreign Wars or not. j Change Opening Date of Belridge School The opening date of September f> for the Belridge Grammar School has been changed to September 11, be- rnuse of repair work which would not hrive been completed in time, it \v;is announced today. The teaching staff for the new your will include Mrs. Ethel Jones, primary grades: Miss Belli Park, intermediate, nnd Miss Knimy Lou Hengsl, upper grades and principal. In addition to the above, a speerh therapist, Miss Delphine Martin, will give speerh correction instruction a half day each week, and Dale Easter will give woodwork also a half day each week. Lawrence Foster will continue as musical instrument instructor giving instruction for two hours each week. Mrs. Irene Garrison will have charge of the younger students in the afternoon from 1:30 to 3:30 while they are awltiiiR for the bus, under the same plan sis lost semester. W. ARDS WOOL SUITS ARE STILL THE BEST VALUES WE KNOW OFl 14.98 19.98 It's amazing I" That's what women say about the fint tailoring, the rich all wool fabrics in Wards new fall suits I "And what a selection at these low prices!" 3-button classics ... club collar casuals ... and lots of soft, dressy styles! So, why not come in and see them all? Learn why we can say they're the best values we know of I Sefeef yew $u» new/ Urn War* convenient Time •oymaaf or tayewey Ptaml M ontgomery Ward Twenty-fifth and Chester Telephone 7-7871 "Where Parking b Easier" Formula for Fashion Hollo, there . . . Hot, isn't it? With Alcrciiry still on nn upwnrd swiiiR. we'll wnger thnt you're just wilting for something ri'nlly good to lift the wniiing spirit. What could be bettor than a hnind now Fiill dross from KGGKKS, 1823 Chi'Ster Avenue? * * * Pardon us for crowing, hut we rnn't lielp being excited about the wonderful new fall collection of Dor.ssi Originals Hint KGGKR'S is showing now. * * * Never a dull moment in the slilnliijr. bright Dorsa Originals that give you that slim, smooth look that's so unmistakably new. The softness of the material gives you that luxurious fooling that makes you know that you look simply super. It's "Jiminy" . . . the Labtex fabric that's made of spun rayon nnd Aralac, and you've seen it landed in Harpers Bazaar and Vogue for the past two months . . . Rut let's talk about the stylos . . . * * » The cutest number that ever haunted a hero is the China - inspired junior - Mandarin date dress by Dorsa. It conies iii brilliant, caressing shades, spun of magic, with gay colored felt applique flowers where they do the most good. The skirt is slim and smooth and you can get it in a lovely goldenrod shade, coral, chambray blue, pearl grey, or bright blue . . . and, of course, it's an exclusive at EGGER'S. * * * You'll be making moments into memories in a black ben- galine dress by Dorsa thnt is real dream-stuff. It's two- piece wi,th wonderful brilliant buttons, cascading down the front, perky little self-material ruffles around the hips and across the bodice, and a smart small flat bow at the wonderful neckline. Miss Jayne Lingwood, that very charming young business-girl- about-town is assuring HER social security with the'Dorsa masterpiece just described . . . And, of course, she got it at EGGER'S . . . nobody else bus 'em in town. * * » Hip hip hooray . . . that^s where you'll find all the wonderful detail on the really good styles this season . . . It gives you that smooth look and a self-assurance tbat is tops. * * • * Give him glimpses of glamour with Stardust in your eyes in a Dorsa Original bolero dress. Button, button, who's got the button? Why, you have ... all over the bolero ... on the shoulders, down the front, all around the place. You'll really love wearing one of these sparkling dresses as disarming as a subtle perfume. You'll know at a glance when you see these really marvelous masterpieces that the label will say "Dorsa Exclusive Originals" ... so why not visit EGGER'S, 1823 Chester Avenue, and make your Labor Day week-end a glamorous success? WEBVy Used Radios Booths Radio and Appilanot Co. Fox Theatre Building 2018 H Strut, Dial 4-4018 Auto Repairing NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Quick Strvlc*—Gu»r«ntt«d Work 1701 leet California

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free