The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 7, 1944 · Page 11
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•S -n 1 •/ '-\' m i- MISS HOME FRO tOCAL THEATER DIRECTOR SEES PLAYS ON VISIT Afle.r visUiriff relatives, seeing old friends and taking in a large mini- her of plays in Boston and New York, Miss Marjorie Fail-banks, credit manager at Brock's department store, and director of local community theater plays, has returned from a visit east. She, was entertained by Mrs. Carl ][. B.iosler In Boston and Mrs. I. II. At wood in Amesbury, her sisters, and Mrs. P. Fairbanks, widow of the, late Mr. Fairbanks in Woodstock. She also saw her niece and nephew, Mrs. James Bnrtlett Richards and David P. Fail-banks at the Fairbanks home. She was a guest of her nephew, John F. Davis, and family In Boston, and oC a cousin, Miss \Vilma A. Russell, In Am^shury. In Chicago, at Marshall Fields, Miss Fairbanks joined for lunch Mrs. Joe Hoeffel, the former Miss Ocnevieve Cauxxn. and Miss Xettlo T. Stapp, a cousin of Mrs. K. S. McKee. Miss Fairbanks was fortunate in having her visit coincide with that of a grand-nephew on furlough, and of having several friends from Pennsylvania and Xew Jersey Journey to York for a part of her .stay. also was fortunte In finding travel free from food and berth upsets, and reservations available and Undisputed. She changed trains at Barstow to avoid return travel through southern California. A devotee of the theater, Miss iir spent much of her time taking Jn current productions. She saw "Three's a Family." in Boston, and Searching Wind," "Kiss and Tell," ".iae.obovvpky and the Colonel. rhe Two Mrs. Carrolls," "Carmen Jones," "Angel Street," and "Oklahoma," in New York, j Iowa Auxiliary Celebrates at Third Quarterly Party soc 1 Twelve honorees were on hand at Coca-Cola clubivom Tuesday to receive felicitation when Iowa Auxiliary celebrated its third quarterly birthday party. The feted women were Mesflames Rose Anson, Kthel Zachary, Minnie Watson, Klaie Doan, Paul Wilcox, Ina Knierson, Laura Osaman, Llda Breach, Fred Andrews, Laura Wes- lerfield, Beulah Wadman, W. W. Gilbert. These women were seated at a special table centered by a Jar#e birthday cake prepared by Mrs. A. K. Korh. The floral decorations were of as- tei> and ferns. Thirty-two members and six guests were also participants in the "no-hostess" luncheon served at 12 noon. AJrw. C. W, Wade offered the invocation. Immediately following the luncheon many attractive gifts were pre- Men ted to the honorefij*. A short business session preceded the program. The patriotic work was under the direction of Dr. Myrtle Green, past president. The group also nang the Iowa song during the meeting 1 . New PAW Counsel Serve Coast Mrs. Warln spoke i>n "Friendship" in social and national life. "The XobJest -Revonge" was narrated hy Mrs. Wadman, a poem recited by Airs. Watson, and a reading. "My Prayer for You/' was offered by Mrs. Knierson. A military thought, "Until I Come Back," was presented by Mrs. Wes- tprfield, followed hy "An Iowa Boy," Mrs. Gilbert. "Memories" was the poem repeated by Mrs. Jesse Green. Mrs. Iva McOluy presented a scrapbook containing every article pertaining to the Iowa group which had appeared in The Oalifornian during the hist four and one-hall' years. The program closed with "Observations" by Mrs. C. A. Montgomery. Mr-s. Kva Dye presided. The next meeting will be held October 3 at the home of Mrs. Chris KgRers, 1717 Ocil Brunner Drive. Sixth Anniversary Mary Jane Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Green. 2513 Lorna Linda, recently celebrated her sixth birthday anniversary. Games were played, refreshments served, Miss Virgin in Wilson assisting Mrs. Green. Guests present were: David Harvey s e Among 1 those present was her si; ler. Miss Adofla Diodprlrh, who r« cently returned from i'annda. where she visited hf»r prandpiu'ontp. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bens and her . Rvandmother, Mrs. M. .1. Olr ' ! in addition to other relatives. Others present uiry Mn M A llfii A Tt;n ba rn \v Ma no i Stephen H;ifVt\v ArmVivusier Ann? l.vnni* < M*-rou Sally Hetnl .MurMdt'ii die en Par Ann Crcpn * » * FetiMl ;it Tarty Friends of Miss Mary Diederich recently gathered at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. Diederich, 3611 Jewett Lane, to fete here on the eve of her departure to Phoenix. Arix. Miss Diederich ts training an a cadet nurse at St. -Joseph's Hospital, T.in ill" Ivrs Oniil r)ir«li>ri'h 'IVic*sji I;: Itornthy Thoirujjsnn HHrn ( '< Ilrity Sluklny Shirley Harris .Mr.«. TM1 J!«i\\ juti Mrs. Hi-ni'v I.fiTiii r on Marr-ll \Vnlfcfi- Jim L;ttin))Jit'r }•',<{ (IcaKin Ho\vn rd Thurston li John Mauley Jack (Crimes (Urn ( 'aslev Claude KIKE HAM AliKS CIU KCH KUKK1.KV. Sept. 7. (UP)—A two- alarm Tire cans ing an estimated $20.(U!0 damn^c early Unlay destroyed the loot" and .-KM-nml floor of the 50- year-old Social Hall of the North ( 'hurch. Urge Registration, Getting Out Vote Tinier leadership of Mr?. Claude Knyai t, a group of women mot TuevM.-tv* at woman's nuthouse TO discuss ways ;i?ul inc-ans of getti vntprs registered ami do term in to cast a ballot. Mrs. Knyait git the "ki'vnoto" address of th« V mooting, explaining importance "£ this work and outlining pro Those iM-t^fvU \\rre nskeil to Iho message to groups which tboy rcpiosented. It was phumod to oo.Mporato fully with cnmm unity registration week, as projertod. Persons i nt ores tod in furlhor information have been re»|iio«tp'l telephone Mrs. Knyart. l*- f Jl!»- I . KI'MMAOK SALK sHoIrt i'haptor. "Women of Moose NIL 4HI will bold a rummaso sale Friday, beginning at s a. m. in Druids hall on Sunnier street. Mrs. Mar.jovU' Prince ;m<l Mi s. A. I*. Knnles bead the commit ftaberfifielD Callforman Thursday, September 7, 1944 11 4t Appointment of Robb S. McLaughlin of Glendale, as district counsel of t lie f'ctroleurn Administration for War for the Pacific coast, district T>, which includes Kern county, was announced today by the PAW officials. lie succeeds Clyde Thomas. Mr. MeKuughliu came to California in 19L'(i to practice law in Los Angeles. In 'Jf)2S. he became a member of the district attorney's staff in Los Angeles, resigning that post the following year to enter the Los Angeles city attorney's office. In 11)34, he was appointed by former California Attorney-Genera I Webb as a deputy to handle the work of the division of oil and gas. department of natural resources, and of the state lands commission In southern California. He served in that capacity under three attorney- generals until he resigned to enter the service of the federal government. Baby Girl Drowned in Fall Into Fish Pond I'-.- -t« " —»— ^^^ -^^r ^^ ^^^ m Deodorant Safely helps Perspiration 1. Docs not irritate skin. Docs not rot dresses or men's shirts. 2* Prevents undcr-arm odor. Helps stop perspiration safely. 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 Laundering — harmless to fabric. Use Arrid regularly. Resusc-iiator crew of the county fire department worked for one and one half hours without success "Wednesday at (i:50 p. in. over Ar- volla McOa.slln, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arval McCaslin, 414 Decatur street, OiUlale, who fell into a fish pond at Route 6, Box 55G, where her mother was working, according" to the county fire department. The body is at Doughty-Calhoim- O'Meara Chapel. ATERNAt w. o. w. Bakersfleld Camp Xo. 460, Woodmen of the World, will hold regular business meeting Thursday evening, Herbert AspitUe. consul commander, presiding. Refreshments will be served. To Afeet Tonight El Tcjon Council No. 215, Degree of Pocahontas, will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. in Druids hall. A full attendance is urged. Order of Druiiless Sumner Circle No. 107, Order of Druidess, will not meet until Thursday, September 14, LOVELY* ALLURING • LOW-COS1 Natml-taoking curl* and waves now youn. eanly, cod-ly, at home. Do it youneif. The amasinf W**^y i£&*JkJ>2 CoanuiHd H«ntk«epTi Plai Us Also 59* j«i PERMANENT WAVE KIT contains everything you need, • • ^ • ^^r tanent wave 'tymnra THI LAtOIST SILLINO DIOOOtANT pernu •olutioo, curlen, shampoo and wave-wt. Safe for every type of hair. Praiaed by Hollywood movie itars. Over S million iold. Get a CA«rm-Xurf. Kit today. ' At Klmba ,, and Stnnp and nil drug 1 Mores. FLAT Long loops of felt over one ear distinguish this smart square-edged beret. FASHION FLOOR r c i we. Buying shoes at Penney's—an American tradition: A realistic sort of thrift-and-comfort proposition! * People who refuse to spend their pay on whim or gu S Al w where they buy good f< MflWnkel& All-Wool Two-Tonwd Casual Coat for Schoolboys! iKlit checks, interesting stt j pweave ovorplaicls, courageous young plaids—back and front! All- wool cloth sleeves, collar. Fully lined. 8-1S. Hard-Wearing Slacks in Good-for-Fall Fabrics! Brown and bine Cavalry Twills. Herringbone, checks, diagonals nnd overplaid Cassimeres. Hutton or slide fastener closure. Sizes 6-18. S2.98 First Solution to Cooler Weather: Sweaters! Smart slipovers and knitted coats sweaters. Soft, warm suede-cloth fronts. Good color and size selection I TaUes a lot of classroom wear'. $1.98 Boys' Suit With DeLuxe Tailoring De Tlm»e-ljutton single brcnsLuii model with notched la pel, semi-vent sleeves. Growu-ups tailoring! Sixes 8-16. Girls' Colorful, Ca»y-to-Wa*h Cotton Dr«»««« Graceful dirndls, fitted basques of silky-soft cottons in gay plnids, stripes or bright solids. Demurely etched with pique, peasant embroidery. Man»Tailor«d Wool Crop* Casual Jackets Trim as a pin to team with skirts and sweaters, Flap pocket, fitted model with notched club collar. In lively new colors or dark toneu. Matching Wool Crop* Knoo-High Skirts Box pleated fore and aft for grace and comfort, these zephyr-soft wool crepe shirts nre dycU to match the wonderful colors of the jackets. Warm and Colorful Classic Swoators Kitten-soft all wools and silky mixtures in popular push-up-sleeve cardigans and slipous. Crew neck, ribbed cuff styles in gay colors. 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