The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 6, 1944 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

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g Wednesdoy, September 6,1944 Che gafaerttftetb Calitortifan SHARING between the SHEARS BY MAK Gardner Kit-Id men are taking part in "Winpcd Victory" hcinp made at Tvvpntiolh Century Fox studio with Goorpe Cukor dirprl- inp it. This film of army air corps life is the result (if (ho hfst talent of all the army air fields in the Unit eel States. One of thp pom- panics presented the show at Min- tpr and Oardnpr fields. As HIP "road show" pnmpaniPs sifted out their best talent, the "cream" w:is token to Hollywood for the cinema version of the show. Robert Mosely. local lir.v, receives praise of national critics for his part in "Since You \Veni Away." He plays the role in one episode under Hie slate name Guy Madison. He \\;is permitted hy the Tinted States Navy to he in the film, and lie appeared at tho studio diirinfr filming on the days when he had leave Kleanor Kudnick. i.-hain|iion debater nt the local hijih school, is foniinR a new career- for herself as a mechanic and trainee In flying" at a county airport. SAINDKHS i Alfred .1. Mathehiit of Alameda, junior past national president of : the Nesion Auxiliary. One of her | thoughts was that "Women are i playing a leading part in the war j effort and will have equally im- I portant roles in the postwar pro. i K r ram," she said. II. TJ. Street, ehairman of the recent Letter Carriers' convcn- ! tion, was i-eported to have done i such n hung-up job of engineering ' the loeal meeting that he received | a gift from the state group as a I token of appreciation for his ! services. Mrs. Freddie \Viltou received a gift from the south seas the other day, 11 grass skirt, ornamented with native heads It was sent to her by her husband, who Is stationed in the south Pacific area. John Watts hands th«- palm for the best oratory at the recent American I^egion convention to a woman. By name she was Mrs. Mrs. .Marjorie KOIIW, -Mi'i Stephens Urive. whose stuff sergeant husliand is in Italy, hopes (lint some plun ctm be worked out so that potential local hlood donors can help fill quotas at blood banks for oversea use. She has given blood three limes herself. OIK- of the most popular and obliging elevator men j M Hakers- fiekl is Carl Ford at the courthouse. He minds children and lias a helpful way with strangers seeking offices in the building. Right out of the Taste I'ot— Joel Kiipperrnan, one of tho Quiz Kids, gives this new twist to a definition of news: "It's just the same thing happening to different people." And of interest to the pig-tail admiring school is the fact that Marin Brown. II. one of the prettiest Quiz Kids, wears her black hair braided into pigtails.. $144,058 Goes to County Road Fund Vance A'. Vt-nahlcs. county expert, reported to (lie Hoard of Supervisors yesterday that the amount of $144,058 had accrued to the county motor vehicle road fund through state apportionment of funds received apportionment of funds received from motor, bus, t'nsoline and motor registration tax since beginning of the fiscal year July 1. The apportionments to the four county road districts are. as follows: First, $4MS!); second, $;i!),74G; third, $23.870; fourth $;!s,»82, the report revealed. ECZEMA Don't full tcnlch «nd suffer. Rtlltvt Itchy torment «i m«ny othen do—me RESINOL 0 " 1 """ rAMI SOAP Deer Hunting Topic of Oildale Meeting "l)eer 11 unting—I low and Where to ]lunt Deer" was the topic under discussion at the Olldale Kotary club meeting Tuesday in Eilllott hall, according to F/. i~>. Myers, secretary with Donald D. LUCUM as the guest speaker. The weekly war stamp award was won by Gerald 1'rewett, and Mrs. J'rewett, in turn, gave the stamps to the Cub Scout pack. An educational motion picture was shown, Mr. Myers said, arid Milton K. McDonald was welcomed as a new member. Visitors of the day included: Neal Hufsmith, past president of the Shatter club; John B. Stevens, of the Uakersfleld club; and (). C. Keesey, of Clarmont. Mr. Myers said that Mrs. Dorothy Kcnistou, who is an instructor of music at the Standard school, will he the new musician for the club. RUSH Taylor wns chairman of the day, and P. ,1. Hoshaw presided over the business meeting. TO SEE BETTER SEE DR. HAROLD HASKELL OPTOMETRIST 1434 - 19TH STREET Main Floor Gentler-Lee Building TELEPHONE 66859 HOME Long Term—Monthly Payment LOANS We arrange "made-to-measure" loans on competitive terms and rates for buying your home, refinancing present loans, for repairs, or personal use. 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