The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 8, 1944 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 8, 1944
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4 Friday, September 8, 1944 fcfte Califotntan now IS THE TIME TO MAKE BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES FROM WARDS QUALITY oolen SEW AND SAVE! BEGIN TODAY! Come down and see our luxurious new wools, and wool and rayons! Choose from our fine dress fabrics, our handsome suitings, skirtings and Fall coatings! Long-lived, lovely ... in magnificent weaves, becoming colors! All 54" wide! All modestly priced at Wards! P.S. Be sure to see our new Simplicity Patterns, too! to YD. YD. REVENUE REPORT GIVEN INJAFT TOTAL OF $7062 IS REPORTED TO COUNCIL TAI-'T, Sept. 8.--nevenue totaling i $7i"i-.4.» for tile mnntli of August ! is reported at the regular hoard meeting (if the f'ity Council, hold in i the city hall tills week. •. Of tins amount, $iiOr>9.7."> was for; lui.siue.vs licenses, which Inchnles the! licensing of vending machiiH's; j L:x.."0 was lees from the collection i of refuse; $:',."> "ami' .fro:n don licenses: $14 building pHrmits; SH.LTi i plumbing inspection; $Hi.!ir, electri'-al i permits; $-4 fire permits; and .<!, street permit. A request froiv. the Taft ('uniinii- nity Hospital to be allowed to hook onto the city sewer .'-jslein was tabled. Applicatinn fol a license to otah- lisb a palmistry business on l-'nurth street, which was held over friini the . lust meeting, was rejected. Other lotahy business included; The grautin;; of vacations; a business license for the Hamilton Drive- Inn, formerly the B and K Drive- Inn. approved; a request from I let- burg & Williams, for two parking spaces in front of their business on Fourth street, tabled. Varied Programs to Feature IW Chapter, P. E. 0. Meetings StJosepn 'WORLD'S URGI8T SELLER AT 10' "III, P.\l/'—First all-student body social event of the new term at Hakersfield High School will be held Friday night (September 8) from S::tO to 11 :,'!0 in the boys' gym when a "Howdy" dance will bo featured, del-acquainted theme, will be stressed, according to Harold Rainey, vice- president of the student body and chairman' of the dance. Boh Sisson's orchestra will play. Pietmed calling attention to the event are, left to right, Ilnrold Rainey, L. C. Lovely, chairman of the publicity committee; Miss Kathleen Knight, editor of the Blue and White, student newspaper; and Miss Nancy Draper, in charge of decorations. Hakersl'ifld Junior College and Kast Bakersfield High School students are invited In participate. Variety nnd interest characterize the year's pri _ :ini for Chapter 1\V, 1'. E. O. siste. ood, judging from the report of the program Vommittee comprised of Mesdames Frank Ui- gier, chairman; Phillip B. Howell, Kenneth \V. Rich, and Miss Jenn- nette Miller. The year's program calls for 1f> j meetings from October 3 to May l.'i. Mrs. A. R. Hoisington is the chapter's president. The season will open with n 12:30 luncheon October 3. Hostesses are to be Mrs. Rebecca Irvin. Mrs. F. lj. T>ynn and Miss Xelbeth Boydstun. Summer summaries will comprise the program. A book review by Miss Kleanor Wilson will be featured October 17 at a 7:30 p. m. meeting; hostesses will be .Me..dames Kenneth Rich, deorge durr, Frank Ittner, nnd J. J. Bresnahan. On November 7 F. I,. 1,/ynn will speak on "House and Ciurden" in connection with a dessert luncheon at 1 :,'!n p. in. Hostesses will be Mrs. T.ynn, Mrs. 11. R. Fike, and Mrs. Laura Smith. "My Experiences in France" will lie the topic of .Mrs. Panos l/afevre. November 21 at 7:30 p. m. at which time music will be provided by the "Flvo Sharps". The musical ensemble is comprised of Mrs. Hoisington. nnd the Misses March". McKee, Carol Hoislngton. Elizabeth Hoisington, nnd Nancy Rosenthal. Hosteses will be Mesdames W. E. McPViddln. J. C. Flickenger. Phillip B. Howell, and Kenneth Rich. On December S, Mrs. J. W. Dodds will present a program entitled .ontgomery Ward Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone 7-7871 "Where Parking Is Easier" WARDS SUEDED VIRGIN WOOL COATS . . . THRIFT PRICED AT 24 75 Color! —that's the fashion news for Fall. Toss a brilliant coat over] O brilliant suit. Try fuchsia, plum, moss green, blue! See what wonderful things it does for you. And feel the fabric...the softest of sueded wools. Whether your heart's set on a dressmaker or classic tailored style, you'll find it at Wards — at just $24.75. P. S. We have your beloved blacks and greys, too, if you preferj POULTRY Week-End Specials RED FRYERS i 38' BROILERS ib38< FAT HENS »33° ABOVE PRICES LIVE WEIGHT Drawn Weight Slightly Higher BAKERSFIELD CHICKEN SHOP Twenty-fourth and M Streets Phone 7-7924 SORRY—NO DELIVERIES IN POULTRY "It's (he Right Start!" Give Your Baby Chicks "JOAQUIN" Chick Starter The feed that supplies thorn with vitamins vitamins necessary for well- turned, well- fen thered, well- matured heavies. Try it now! One trial will surely convince vou ! Call 9-9234 or Your Nearest Joaquin Dealer SAN JOAQUIN GRAIN CO. Opposite Santa Fe Depot Fourteenth and D Streets BAKEKSr'lELD FEU) PHODL'CTS ran raooocTi ASK ABOUT WARDS Convenient Time Payment and Lay-away Plant., M ontgomery Ward Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone N 7-7871 "Where Parking Is Easier'* "\Vhnlsnpvcr Things Are lively", at a drs.sert party at I ::)!> p. m. HOD-. teases arc to lie -Mrs. Kike, Mrs. Irvill uixi .Mrs. II. S. Jlann. The chapter's Christmas party Is Hchcdiilcd for. Decomher 1!' at 7:!iO p. tn. with -Miss .leanette -Miller pre- MMitiiiK a Christmas story. The music \vil he general singing of car- uls. The hostesses will be Mrs. Di- KH>r. M.S. Ccrtrudt; Brittan, Mrs. II. fi. C.'lardy, Miss Betty Ann Jag- garil. and Mrs. (.'. E. Boydstnn. Tho new yenr will open January 2 with the program on antiques ar^ ranged by Mrs. Klickenger. This also will he a dessert parly with Mis. Smith. .Mrs. \V. K. Peasleo. and Mrs. Walter Parsons as hostesses. Mrs. Julian Jensen will direct a constitutional quiz and Mrs. Harold .1. Kurt will be in charge of a Founder's Hay observance. January Ifi at 7::!0 p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. .laggard. Mrs. Adcle Visel, Miss Benlah Hliiir, and Mrs. Arthur R. HuC- . ford . "Tomorrow's Health" will be the topic of Mrs. Mann, uud Robert's [lules of Order will be presented hy Mrs. Cliirdy at a dessert luncheon at 1 ::!0 p. m. on P'eltruary B. Hostesses will include Mrs. Bresnuhan, Mrs. Clanly. ;iml Mrs. Dlgler. On Kebrnary 20, "Speech and Personality" will be discussed by Mrs. Bennett Sienmn at a meeting at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Alfred Slemon, Mrs. Jensen. .Mrs. Irvin, and Mrs. McKaddin will lie hostesses. Election of officers will be held nt n moot ing nt 7:30 p. m. on March 6. Hostpssps will he Mrs. Onrr, Mrs. Mann, Mrs. Ittner and Mrs. Boydstun. A program arranged by Mrs. Boydstun will be featured at the meeting at 7:30 p. m. on March 20. Mrs. Brit- tnn. assisted hy Mrs. Howcll. Mrs. Irvin. anil Miss Miller will be the hostesses. "I/ore of the. Mother Lodo' Country" will be the topic reviewed by Mrs. Alfred .Siemon at a dessert luncheon at 1:30 p. m. on April ". Hostesses will be .Mrs. Boydstun. US-, sisted by Mrs. Guy Jaggard and Mrs. Peaslee. At the April 17 meeting, the program will feature "Exemplification of the Ritual" with songs by Mrs. Hoislngton. Hostesses at this session will be Airs. Howell, Mr*. Burt, Miss Miller, and Mrs. Hotsington. A program arranged by Mrs. Visel will be presented at the May 1 luncheon at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Fil<e, Miss Mary Louise Parsons, and Mrs. Parsons .ire to be hostesses. At the May 15 meeting at 7:30 p. m. convention reports will be given and Mrs. Digier will furnish Ihe vocal music of the meeting. Mrs. ("'lardy will be hostess, assisted by Mrs. Hoislngton, Mrs. FHckenger, , and Mrs. Irvin. Condition of Gardner Hit, Run Victim Good TAFT. Sept. 8.—The condition of Aviation Sergeant Ray C. Bigersfaff, victim of a hit-and-run driver early Sunday morning, is unproved, according to word released from the public relations office at Gardner Field. Mr. Biggerstaff, on-the-line trainee, was found lying on the pavement on Sixth street, near the Roosevelt School, after :?elng struck by a car. the driver of which is still unknown. Upon removal to the Gardner Field Hospital, Bigerstaff was found to be suffering from a severe concussion of the brain and lacerations. FORMER TAFT PASTOR DIES TAFT, Sept. 8.—Dr. C. L. Wright, former pastor of the Presbyterian Church here, died at his home in Long Beach on Sunday, according to, word received here today. Funeral services were held at the Little Church of the Flowers, and interment was made in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. 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