The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 7, 1944 · Page 4
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1 Thursday, September 7, 1944 (Che gaferrgftflb Caltfomian MONTGOMERY WARD WARD VALUES For Your HOME! \VKH IN KKK\VII,1.K— Knsign and Mrs. Robert C. Anderson are shi>\vn slii ing their wedding cake following their marriage at. the home of 1'. Sunnier lirown in Kernville recently. Mrs. Anderson is the forni'-r Miss Mary Coiinally ]>aird. Kernville Garden Is Scene of Laird-Anderson Rites DESI6NED-FOR-COMFORT PLATFORM ROCKER, ONLY 55.95 Heal comfort for your money! A well-lniill chair willi lols of room to relax in ! Spring tilled . . . smooth, rest-! fill rocking action. Upholstered in heaulil'ul rayon velvets, will {>o with your other tilings. Sturdy hardwood frame. An impressive value you Avon'l Avanl lo miss at this low Ward price . . . see it sure! Only 20% down! Monthly Payment Plan! KLUXYl 1.1,1-;. Sept. 7.--On Satur- ci.iy aHeriio'iii in the beautiful garden lit the 1'. Suiiiiier l!io\vn home in Kernville a military wedding united -Mary Connally Laii'd, daughter (it Air. and Mrs. W. C. Laird of Crystal City, Texas, and l-jnsinn Kub- eit C. Anderson, sun I'f Mr. and -Mrs. William K. Anderson of Uenver, Colo. The ceremony \va.s iierfurmeil |jy Chaplain O. B. Wooldridge, K. a. N. K. Mis. Ivan 10. .Spcer of Glendale served as, niatiim nf IILIIIUI- and Lieutenant A. L. ruiinger as best, man. The bride wore a tailored two-piece suit of coeua broun eulnr, a pink feather hat and accessories of the same shade. She carried a nosegay (if pink and blue delphiniums and while daisies. The matron uf honor WOK a two-piece blue suit and carried a similiar nosegay. The bride was given in marriage by Captain Sherman Burroughs of the Inyokern nasal uidnanee base. L'shers in- eluded Lieutenant Norman .Main, Lieutenant M. M. Walt her. Lieutenant Kobert I'. Avery, KnsiKii 1.0. t^. Jones and Lieutenant <'. K. Lareau. After the wedding tin. 1 bride and groom walked down a lane of white pickets to another portion of the garden, where a reception was held, the couple cutting the wedding cake with a sword. Those in attendance included "Miss C'atlierine Gunn, Lieutenant and Mrs. Kalph Wing, Lieutenant-Commander and Mrs. Robert B. Atkins. Lieutenant (j K.I C. A. Zimmerman, Lieutenant Norman !•'. Main, Lieutenant M. M. Wallher, Captain and Mrs. HIGH CHAIR FOR BABY PRICEP LOW AT WARDS 6.45 NEW TEXTURED COTTON PRINTS FOR DRAPERIES 1.19 At Wards you don'! have to pay a lot for the High Chair you need for baby's comfort . . . for your own convenience! Safe and sturdy with widespread 'egs so baby won't tip. Adjustable kidney shaped tray easy to clean. And note clever nursery decoration. Well mad* to high Ward standards that assure lasting service. It's a really big Value in high chairs:;. see it sure at WARDSI .hist arrived! And every yard is a heauly! Bright floral bouquets strewn on pastel backgrounds . . . printed in the best dyes available to reduce possibility of fading! Heavy enough lo hang in deep, soft folds! Can even be used \\ithout lining! 18 inches wide. Keep your home cheerful looking this fail wilh colorful new draperies. Make your own draperies . . . and save! &&«& fc/fl^H vs HIGH BACK ROCKER FOR RELAXATION fay only 30% Downi 15.95 High bock support end spring filled seat give perfect comfort! A handsome piece of furniture, too. Graceful design in hardwood finished Walnut. Upholstered in rich cotton Tapestry. In choice of colors. " •**•<'•* CHIPPENDALE OCCASIONAL CHAIR Pay only 15.95 1. Traditional styling, sturdy construction . . ; a Value! Rich Walnut finish .; . restful spring-filled seat . . . beautiful antique white artificial Leather upholstered. Just the "extra" chair you need! HANDSOME STRIPED FABRICS FOR DURABLE SLIP COVERS y< " d Come and see the fine assortment of weaves and colors Wards has to offer at this low price! Stripes that will fit into any decorative scheme! And all are closely woven to give years of service! All are 48 inches wide! And fade-resistant! Any one will add life and beauty to your furniture ... as well as protect it! Will make up as striking draperies, too! See at Wards NOW! * Use your credit to buy anything carried in our store stocks or pictured in our catalogs Montgomery Wird 3 CHARGED WITH DRAFT EVASION OAKLAND RESIDENTS HELD UNDER $2000 BOND KANSAS CITY, ^1".. Sept. 7. (UP.) Two men and a woman, all of O:tk- anil, were hold under $2000 hands trnlay 1'rir appearance, September 20, m oluuws of con.spirui.-y lo evade Lho selective service law. All pleaded innocent when arraigned yesterday before United States Commissioner Charles II. Thompson. They were Wendell L,oniba, 3l>; liis wife. Mrs. Kuth Dillnmn Loniba, -3, ind Donald -Maurer, 2!l. Thomas Costolow, United States district attorney, said that Loiii had been smmht as a draft evader incc 1040 and was indicted last .April •in complaint by a Springfield, Mo., draft board. Costolow said Maurcr laimed to have been Lomba'.s employer in an engineering firm in an effort to obtain deferment from the Springfield board. Costolow said that KBI records showed that -Maurer had lieen dishonorably discharged from the army last March, following an A. \V. O. J-. trip to Springfield in behalf of Lomba. Maurer had been a lieutenant. The government charges that there was no engineering firm operated by the men and tliiil J<omba had never been an engineer, lie was arrested at Sacramento, while traveling with a carnival. ^Twenty-fifth and Chester "Where Parking Is Easier" Phone 7-7871 Have Your Eyes Examined (). A. Salidquisl, lieutenant and Mrs. I!. \V. Henderson. Lieutenant and JMrs. Kranli 11. llabicht, Mr. and j Mrs. l-'ianklyn 1J. AVolfe, Lieutenant jand Mrs. Sandy Clower, Lieutenant and Mis. L. 11. Asluiry, Jr., Mr. and I Mrs. I'. Sunnier Brown, Lieutenant jand Mrs. \V. <;. Turycar, Lieutenant j (_'. K. Laicaii. Lieutenant K AV, Shaf: 1'er, Lieutenant and Mrs. Iteid \\ ed I dell. Miss Kalherine Murrougbs, .\iisir j Julio JJurrougbs, Captain and Airs I Sherman K. Burroughs, Mrs. C. JJ i McCMalhery. Lieutenant Adelaide K 1 Meurer, Lieutenant C. M. Allison 'Mrs. Ann JJewdney, lOnsign K. S j Jones, Mr. anil Mrs. Ardis M j Walker. Mr. and Mrs. William K i Anderson. -Mr. and Mrs. \\". 11. An derson, Daniel \V. Anderson, Lieu tenant Itobert J'. Avery, Lieutcnaiil ! (j. g.l and Mrs. A. L. 1'ittinger, Com mander \V. A. Gerth and Mr. ant Mrs. K. till is. After a short honeymoon Hie In id( and groom will return to the Inyo kern ordnance base where the gro»n is stationed and where the bride will teach music in the school Delano Temperance Unit Hasjtar Party DKLAXO, Sept. 7.—Members of | the Wide Awake Loyal Temperance j Legion had a star party at their recent .meeting. Instead of meeting during the afternoon at the usual time, they assembled at 7::10 p. m. and walked to the grounds of the Cecil Elementary School, where Anton Nelson, graduate of the University of California, and a major in science, talked to them of the stars and the moon. Following the star study they returned to the home of their adviser, Mrs. 11. S. McClees, for ice cream, cake and cookies. -After they arrived at the school campus they sang .songs, directed by lionna Klusmire and Curl Shaff, answered to roll call with scripture verses and repeated their pledge in unison. Attending the party were Barbara and Marjorie Harper, Donna Klusmire, Helen, Lcla and Georgia Milliken. Bertha Ann, Wallace C. and Margaret May Fisher, Joyce Smith, Carl Coon, Lilburn Jobe, Tommy llainline, Carl Shaff, Hilial Don Lazarus and Robert llolton. Open a Charge Account GLASSES • That arc right for your eyes and your jolt. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 Rectal Soreness Get Relief New Easy Way — Sit In Comfort Prolarmon Rectal is a quick, dependable reliever of itching, painful rectal soreness — symptoms which may also accompany piles and hemorrhoids. Brings soothing sense of comfort upon contact, forms pro. tectine film over sore area, helps destroy infectious germs, aid Nature heal up raw, broken tissues. No oil — no grease to atain clothing. Sold on money back guarantee. Get this modern relief today . . . ask for PROLARMON RECTAL AT OWL DRUG STORES Delano Bond Booth Hits $1251 Total DIOLAXO, Kept. 7.—Sales of war bonds and stumps at the booth on Main street and Eleventh avenue, .Saturday afternoon and evening totaled $121.40, with a 6 cents donation inakinsr total money taken in $H!r»l.-lli. Total bondt- sold were $l^lS.7u, and total stamps were $:;j.t;5. The Delano Unit of the Woman's Christian Temperance Uniun was in I'lmruc of tin; booth. Members of the organization serving were Ales- dames l-J. M. Smith and 1-1. S. Mc- ('Ice.s, and a guest helper was Mrs. .1. <_;. Parsons, Sr., who served during the al'terimon and early evening from ;! to 5 p. in. with Mrs. Smith and from S to 9 p. in. with Mrs. McClcc.s. S9500 Permit Issued to Repair Hospital iiK Inspector R. H. Hubbard granted a building permit in the iimount of $11500 to Trinity Hospital, TOO Nineteenth street, recently for alterations ami repairs of the struc lure with Joe Gannon as the con tractor. "[bnighf llllNOIS OUSS U fREO WAKIN AND HIS PENNSYLVANIANS in a big, brand-new, coa»t-to-coml show I IISTEN IN EVERY THUtSDAY NIGH? To a Machinist with "know how" If you figure you know your stuff and want a chance to show it ... want to work with men who take pride in their 1ob ... if you figure a permanent company is your kind of company, tlieu this is your nd. Here at Southern Pacific, we want men of your type to work in our big railroad shops or roundhouses ... to help rebuild and repair locomotives and other railroad equipment. We think you'll like railroading . . . like seeing a locomotive (that you worked on) go out and do a lob pulling war freights or troop trains. And like^ the men you work with—the kind of fellows you'll want to have drop around to the house. New, higher railroad wages. Liberal age limits. Medical service. Fine pension plan. Railroad pass privileges. All the things that make this a really good iob. See or Write B. W. MITCHELL S. P. Station, Bakersfield or ¥our Nearest S. P. Agent NOW SHE SHOPS "CASH AND CARRY" Without Painful Backache Many sufferers relieve nagging Dackaehs quickly, once they discover that the real cause of their trouble may be tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature 1 ! chief way at taking the excess acids and waste out ot the blood. They help most people pass about 3 pints a day. When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in vour blood, it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains* leg pains, loss ot pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, pumness under the eyes, headaches and disiineas. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows there is something wrong with your kidneyi or bladder. Don't wait! 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