The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 7, 1944 · Page 10
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OFFICER CHOSEN; NEW PUNS SET NORTH OF RIVER GROUP TO MEET WEDNESDAYS Mrs. Yancy Paulson was elected vice-president of North-of-the-RIver Women's Service Club when members met Tuesday night at Elliott hall. The vacancy occured when Mrs. Arnold Peters, president, moved to Oakland, and Mrs. A. B. Shore. vice-president, advanced to the Imui position on the board. Members vo.'.ed to chance ihcir meeting night to Wednesday, out of courtesy to Lions Club. It was decided to hold iiiiniial election o." officers in April instead of May, to conform with other units of the federation and (hn-r-liy Jinve new officers included in the federation yearbook. North-nf-the-RiviT Women's Service Club will support other business, social and civic units of the area In their campaign to obtain a community play and civic center north of the river. Tuesday night's meeting WHS well attended, despite the preceding holiday. Mrs. Shore presided. Linrfl i , t8 TO « «K™««SBS-Knowing that many of the ••blitzed babies" ^Tw^r^e^T o An' P™ u^r /T b 'T f" SUr T 0r mak ' n * Chrl8lma « * lfts for «f««e children of A lied ve .' an h . Ilttuied here are do Is mn.lo by members nnd fronds ot KriUsh Wnr R-lief .Society of rSaker.fiohl ait section of Rakers.ield Woman's Club, ;,,ul Taft grou^ of British War Relief. The dolls will be ship, oi tree of charge from the west coast directly to the dn.s tination hnipiie.i Miss Vlasnik Honored at Garden Party r^MN Nitan Mtm MONTHLY^ FEMALE PAIN You who suffer such pain with tired, nervous, "dragged out" reelings— all due to functional periodic dis- turbances—itart at once—try LydU X. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptom*. Made especially for women—It helps nature/ Also » grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. To compliment Miss Virginia ]•:. Vlasnik, who will wed Lieutenant Lorlng I'". Bennett, .Jr., of Tuft, now with the United States Marine Corps at Quantico. Mrs. Sydney K. M c t- calf, 18,11 Brundage Lane, entertained at a miscellaneous shower and garden party Wednesday night. Miss Vlasnik is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vlasnik, Jr., of Bul- tonwillow, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorlng F. Bennett, Sr., of 717 Taylor street, Taft. Although date of the wedding IH not definite, subject to marine corps orders for Lieutenant. Bennett, it is probable the ceremony will be nn event of this autumn. Mrs. Metcalf was assisted by Mr.". Michael Grogan, Mrs. Louis Agnrtti Mrs. Margaret Gilchrist and .Mi.^s Minnie Froi.se. Oamos were played, prizes going to Mrs. Charles McClain, Shatter; and Miss Betty Bennett, Taft, high scores, and Mrs. Helen Curran, consolation. The guests gathered in the living room, going later into the cool patio for the greater part of the evening. The home was appointed with garden flowers in mixed colors. Miss Vlasnik was showered with a variety of handsome gifts in a deco- ra toil basket preceding the serving of refreshments. Attending, besides Mrs. Me.tcaU and .Miss Vlasnik, were Mesdfime.s V:m McCutchen, Klmer McFadciin, Kliuer Jlouchln. NJrolal jjlltoff, Liniis Agnettl, Ruth Ingalls, C. E. 1'ryor, J. 13. McCutchen, John Kirby, lyorpji M.VPI-S, Tupmaii; Margaret Gilchrist, A. E. Hoagland, Michael Grogan, Arthur J. Gardner, J. C. Ohanseson, Shafter; Russell Morrison, Lorlng Bennett, Sr., Tatt; Mary Colm, Buford Fox, Lester Houchln, Louis Vlasnik, Long Beach; Earl Howard, Pismo; Helen Curran, Tod Mosier, Rosamond; Ed Brothers, Charles McCIain, Shafter; William Stanfifld, Joe Vfasnik, Jr., IT. R. Lufkin, Misses Minnie Frelso, Loui.sc \\'i!lson, Gore McFaddin, Betty Bennett, Taft. i NAVY MOTHER'S CLl'H Bakcrsfi'eld Navy Mother's Club I will meet in tiie American Legion '• hall Friday at 8 p. ni. to make plans ' for fall and winter welfare work, i .Mrs. Dolly Trewhitt, president, an- i noimced today. Ill COATS AND SUITS at Cost and Less Than Cost CLEARANCE! All finer styles and better quality garments, but out they go, regardless of cost. No Phone Orders—No COD Orders--No Exchanges—No Refunds—Alterations, if needed, extra—All Sales Final! 25 Tweed and Plaid Swaggers Formerly Priced $16.75 to $24.75 8 Blaek and White. 7 Brown and Beige, 6 Beige and" Blue! 4 Red and Beige. 6 Swagger and Fitted Twills Formerly Priced $19.75 to $29.75 3 Blue, 3 Black, 1 Brown. 16 Fleece and Shag Casuals Formerly Priced $19.75 to $29.75 6 Beige, 5 Red, 3 Blue, 2 Green. MIS Charge It-Nothing Down or-Easy Weekly Terms! 8 Tweeds, Herringbones, Plaids Formerly Priced $19.75 to $24.95 4 Beige, 1 Brown, 3 Blue. 17 Tailored Suits, pin striped, plain Formerly Priced $29.95 to $34.95 5 Black, 4 Brown, 3 Navy, 5 Gray. 10 Shetland and Soft Wool Drsmkrs, Formerly Priced $24.95 to $29.75 3 Ulai'k, 3 Brown 1 Navy, 2 Light Blue, 1 Beige. 189 57 SUMMER HATS Final Clearance. $-j 00 Values to $8.95 1 Nineteenth and K—Bakersfield HOM HOP WILL BE HELJfRIDAY FRESHMEN, NEW STUDENTS TO BE SPECIAL GUESTS "Howdy Hop" is the welcoming t theme of the back-to-school studen j body dance being held Friday eve ning at Bakersfield High School, a ! which the freshmen and new stu i dents will be greeted by student bod. officers and students, reported Car Stutzman, student body president. In charge of arrangements for this first dance of the year is Harold Ralney, vice-president of the studen body, who , announces that Bob ] Sisson's orchestra has been obtainec for the occasion. Miss Nancy Draper, chairman of decorations has completed preparations for clever achonl-motif effects, including SO slates Illustrated with typlca school scenes. Also adding a touch of humor to the decoration scheme will be caricatures of student leaders and teachers prominently displayed around the walls of the gym. Miss Mary Haberken, in charge of reception, has issued Invitations to the following members of the administration nnd faculty for attendance at the "Howdy Hop:" Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hedge, Mr. and Mrs. A] Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. A very Allen, Charles Sehmale, Miss Eloise Nelson, Miss Carol Clarke, Miss Mar- .lorie Bond. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Bradley, Miss Elizabeth Coman, Mrs. Margaret ITnney, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mngnls, Mrs. Besse Pecarich, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scott, Mrs. Clara Porterfield and Mrs. Lenore | Anderson. The new teachers of the school will be the special guests of the student body, reported Harold 1 Rainey. ; Paul Asperger is in charge of re- j freshments; L. C. Lovely is handling publicity, which has included attractive poster displays; Warren \Vheatland has made arrangements for the music. Intermission entertainment will be provided with the giving away of a student body card, with Harold Rainey acting as master of ceremonies. Carl Stutzman will also be on hand to officially welcome the freshmen and new students to their new school during the intermission. The committee of student body officers who will be present to greet the guests will be Carl Stutzman, Harold Rainey, Mary Haberkern, Miss Kathleen Knight, Miss Nancy Draper, Miss Jean Stuart, Paul Asperger, Don Aubrey, Warren Wheatland, Miss Doris McLain. Minute Misses Will Go to Camp Roberts Thirty Minute Misses will be convoyed to the Non-Commissioned Officers Club at Camp Roberts this weekend to be the guests of servicemen (here. Features of the occasion will include a formal dance, a visit to the hospital and a tea dance. Mrs. Ruth Vandam will accompany the girls with Mrs. Mark Linscott. WOMEN'S ftafeerUfielb CalifOtntin Thursday, September 7, 1944 'I \ ^^fcp**#^^x^^**WSW^*v»*S*v\*>v< "DONALD AND SALLV—Young Donald Simpson and Sally Grufion returned recently from Holly-rood where they entertained at (ho l.'SO before an enthusiastic audience. The twosome won rounds of nppl.-i.use and received a complimentary letter from the president of the I'SO. Marine Corps League Names New Officers Giddings to Head Group; Auxiliary Leaders Named SATURDAY LUNCHEON Members of the Bakersfield Past Matrons Association will meet for a 1-:30 luncheon at the Bakersfield Inn Saturday for the first meeting of the fall. Mrs. Fred Henry will be the guest speaker for the day, the president, Airs. K. L. Galyan, presiding over the short business meeting. Chairman of arrangements is Mrs. Harry Lusk, assisted by Mesdames M. L. Williams, Jesse Beck and Carl Rummich. "Three things..." SAYS PEET "ThrM Hlinfi, once they're cracked, never get mended worth a cent: glass, china, and your reputation." PUT SAYS: "Three things Peel's Granulated Soap will wash just perfectly: glass, china, and any kind of clothes. Feet's wonder-working suds make dishes gleam... and clothes extra-clean. And Feet's is always gentle to your hands." NIT SAYS: "Watch out for folks that laugh at all your jokes; maybe they just have nice teeth!" PUT SAYS: "And watch out for folks that say one soap's just like another. Try Feet's Granulated Soap, and you'll see for yourself that Feet's is really different. Feet's suds are quicker, thicker and longer-lasting. Thousands of smart women are provin' that, every day. Why, Mir** tlnw* as many w*m«n new UM tat'*. Why don't you try It?" New officers for 194-1.19-15 wore ilected by the Marine Corps League ind the Marine Corps League Auxil- ary at meetings last night at Memorial hall. New league commandant is Leonrd Giddings. Senior vico-com- nandant is A. S. "Waggoner and jun- or vice-commandant, Jack "White. :enpj.)ointed as adjutant was Guy Bennett. Other offices have not yet ieen filled. Mrs. Henry Kruger was elected 'resident of the women's auxiliary. erving as senior vice-president and junior vice-president, respectively, are Mrs. Leonard Giddings and Mrs! A. S. Waggoner. Judge advocate is Mrs. Guy Bennett. Mrs. Albeft AVest was elected (o | serve as chaplain of the group, while Mrs. Ellen Roller will be historian, ! and Mrs. Ernest Comer, color guard ' for the year. The Marine Corps charter -was ! draped with a black cloth in honor of the memory of James Jackson son of Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson, Oildale, who died recently of wounds received in Saipan. MORE FRUIT With indications of a record population of citrus fruit during the 1944-15 season, substantially more of this commodity in fresh and processed form than was allocated last year is expected to be available to United States civilians during the next year, the War Food Administration said today in announcing allocation for the period July 1, 1944 to June 30, 1945. Win USD Plaudits With Comedy Hits "I'm Going Back To "Where I Came From" and a jitterbug number presented by DoiKiid Simpson and Sally Graftou, two of Bakersfield's most popular young entertainers set the popular young entertainers, set the ing recently. The young couple received a letter from the president of the USO this week complimenting them on their performance and requesting their presence again at the club. Popularly known as "Donald and Sally," they are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simpson, of Oildale. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grafton, of Jeffries street, respectively. j Donald and Sally do comedy song and dance acts and have entertained I locally many times. They ere students of the Stage Door Studio, of which Miss Johnnie McEuen is proprietor. V. F. W. Plans Drive for New Members "With more than 600 members and intentions of signing up 1000 more/ Private Harold Brown Post 1468, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet Friday at 8 p. in. in Veteran's Memorial building, 1836 Nineteenth street, under direction of Frank V. Harrison, commander to begin a membership campaign. In the local post 175 veterans of World War I have sons or other relatives in World War II, all of whom, are members of the V. F. W. here,. Nationally, more than 300,000 veterans of World War II already are members, and the Veterans oC Foreign Wars, the overseas servico organization, which spent $l,000,0(fb In veterans relief work the past year, announces that 8,000,000 veterans will be eligible for membership before end of hostilities. Numerous application blanks of men serving overseas have been received and acted on favorably. It is with the aim of acquainting overseas servicemen -vith work of this veterans group that this membership campaign is being conducted. G. I. Wives Will • Hear Mrs. Henry O. I. Wives Club will meet tonight at 8 p. rn. at the VSO hall, Mrs. Fred Henry entertaining the group with a reading. Refreshments will be served: Mrs. Earl Brock, president, urges a full attendance. The refreshment committee for the month includes Mesdamca Sinton HolliiiBsworth, Herbert Cowan and Bruno Banducci. CREAM H i AS IOW AS * a pint DAUGHTER TO LORENTZENS Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Lorentzen, Jr., of Vista, announce the birth of a daughter, Diane E. Lo^rentzen. Mrs. Lorentzen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Coats, of Oildale. The couple have purchased the Vista Mortuary and are now living at Vista. Always d.liciout. YOU mak. any flavor In 2 minvtoi. Pleoi* oik your grocer for LOtlDOtlDeRRy 835 Howard SftMt, Son Franciico 3, Calif. APPLE JELLY RECIPE SAVES SUGAR, FRUIT. Make It This Quick, Easy Way (WITH FIRM, TART APPLES) 4 Cups Juice 6 Cups Sugar 1 Package M.C.P. Pectin Wash, remove blossom and stem end* from about 5 pounds fully ripe apples. Cut in small pieces. Do not peel or core. Add 3 cups water and bring to a boil. Simmer 10 minutes. Crush with masher and simmer 5 more minutes. Squeeze out juice. Measure exactly 4 level cups of the juice (add water to fill last cup, if necessary), into a large kettle. Add the M.C.P. Pectin, stir well, bring to a boil, stirring constantly. NOW, add the sugar (which has been previously measured), continue stirring, and bring to a full rolling boiL BOIL EXACTLY 2 MINUTES. Remove from fire, let boil subside, skim. Pour into sterilized glasses, allowing J-2-inch space for sealing with fresh paraffin. (WITH SOFT, SWEET APPLES) 4 Cups Juice 5} 2. Cups Sugar \i Cup Lemon Juice 1 Package M.C.P. Pectin Treat exactly as for tart apples, but add 1Yi cups water (instead of 3), and add */2 cup lemon juice, Boil and simmer as for tart apples. P. T. A. A meeting of the executive board of Mountain View School P. T. A. will be held at 2 p. in. Thursday in the school. The budget program for the year will be planned. Mrs. J. E. Ponton, president, requests the attendance of all members. 8693 36-52 PUT'S SOAP Mm quick-sudsing granulated loop A beautifully rored skirt, bodice with soft uhlrrinu detail at the shoulder*, K softly reralnine scalloped front closing and matchtn* scallop on the sleeves mnke this » graceful and dlenlfled afternoon dregs. Make it In a dark all-over raj-on silk print or In wine, brown, green, navy or black soft J*i-«ey for early fall wear. ,. p «"«™ No. 899S Is in sizes S«, SI, 40. <2, 44, 48. BO and 62. Blz« 38 requires 4 yards of 39-lnc-h material. Th» new fall and winter Issue of "Fash- Ion" If now ready— 33 pages. It's a complete, guide to your fall and winter wardrobe. Send for your copy. Price 15 cents. For this attractive pattern, send 20 cents n coins, with your name, addrens. pattern number and nice to The Haktrtfitlii CalifornitiH Today'*, Pattern Service. Jtf Uisston Street, San Francisco 1. The short fur coat has zoomed to top position on our hit parade of furs. We have this popular style in many wanted furs. Come in and see them . . . and remember convenient payments can be arranged on any fur coat you choose—as long as one year to pay without interest or carrying charge. 1529 Nineteenth Street

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