The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 8, 1944 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 8, 1944
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SOCIETY Kappa Delia Tlii The home of Mrs. Carl \VePt. 2S20 KiRhteenth street, was the scene of a» Kappa Delta Phi buffet dinner recently. Plans were discussed during the evening for a rummage sale to ho held during the latter part of the month. Committee members chosen were: Wesdames Carl West, W. J. \Vliar- ton, Rosalind Parish and Walter Jacobsen. Members arc: MpHila mi's— riot is Armlntead ('arl KBR**rs Walter ,l!i«ibs<m TVim-an .Johnson charloK Austin Harly Harly Kail .(onsen Fred Kapllne K. A. Kolly (Jlydn Parr Fiattk tichamlilin nirthday Anniversary A birthday party honoring Gwen- iloyn Elgin on lier eighth birthday anniversary was given recently by her mother, Mrs. Glen Elgin, 735 Garden Drive. dames were played with prizes go| ing to Velda Paul, Barbara Boline, anil Peggy Autvy. Refreshments pleasing to children were served. Those bidden were: Children— W .T. Whnrlnn Jtnlh Yum B linn Lawn >» Itn»nlit,rt I • :. K Mr( Hue Kptlfp Jack Sinll in Dimen Ilinms Tod Klilil IVnnor r riiof!7l:i Mclf.'ilf Xpnt H Haihara Ilolinp ,I(ip Lean Npwnuin POKKX Auiry Drin Anderson HodKfr fJrnt:-y Harold Kluin A lour .lon^y Nora Git-tin >tpvril Vclda Paul Jtoma Dal.' Anlry Xnrwin Ocuxtou Hillle Andtrsun Karl Stuck Jimmy Kluin Phylin Cenli-y Ada Kewley ? Kf \vlpy Sprinkle hoot roth Irritated skin I*IV|1I with Mcxiana. Cools burn. Soothes. Save moil In big >iz«>. MEXSANA SOOTHING MEDICATED FOWDE* Announce Ketrollial The eiiRugement of Miss Mary Unwell to Lawrence ('. Johnson was revealed here today liy her parents. Mr. and Mi 1 ?. Thurrnan Howell, of this, eity. Mr. Johnson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Johnson, Union avenue. Roth people attended local schools. The hrdlegroom Is now employed at the navy base at, Inyokern. The couple will marry in October. Plans Completed for Club Dinner P.eservaI ions aro coming in briskly for the annual home-corn ing bamiuet of. Business and Pro fessional Women's Club Monda\ night at 7 p. in. in the Spantsl ballroom of Motel Ml Tejon, according to Mrs. Cenigo Hamilton president. The silver anniversary of the national and local organizations will be celebrated. Mrs. Otis Hymer will present vocal numbers and Mrs. Mildred DP Molt, Miss Dorothy Donahoe and Mrs. Krn- mett Henley, will present a symposium on business women's club- hood. A silver and white color scheme is being arranged. Miss Junnita Booth is the program chairman, Mrs. James Kraywinkle, dinner chairman, and Mrs. Pearl Braden, general chairman of the evening. .IKLLV Two fall fruits, apples and gvnpes. ! are especially good for making spiced jelly to serve with meat, according i to the I'nitod States Department of Agriculture. Spices generally used ! are cinnamon and olives, but allspice j may be used instead of cinnamon if : the allspice flavor is enjoyed. j TO IVKI1 NAVY MAN—Betrothal of .Miss T.aVerne f)c\\"e<'se to Howard T. Bniarul, aviation inn- s mate, second class, was told by the parents of the hrido- elei.-t, Ml 1 , and Mrs. George \V. Do- \Veese heie today. LOOK TO EASTERN FOR THE LAST WORD WHEN IT COMES TO IN THE WOMAN'S WORLD Painstaking attention to detail is the basis for Eastern perfection in women's coals. See our new colleclirfn, and you will know you have found the best there is in the kind of coats you wear with greatest pride! Eastern Specialized Sizes and Half Sizes for \Vomen Left: Slenderizing pleats in a fitted coal or wool crepe $57.50 Right: Lapels that have a long, downward curve for height and slenderncss $32.50 1529 Nineteenth Street "USE YOUR CREDIT" FOR BETTER VISION SEE DR. HAROLD HASKELL OPTOMETRIST 1434 - 19" STREET M«ln Floor Oon»lor.Loo ftvltdlnf) TILIPHONI 66159 WE Buy Used Radios Radio and Applianct Co. Fox Th«atr« Building Nil N Strut, Dial 4-W5 Engagement of Kern Girl Is Revealed Mr. and Mrs. George W. TX'VA'cese have announced the engagement of iheir daughter, Miss T.aYeine DP- \Veese, to Howard T. Boland, aviation niacliinist's mate, second class. •if Hie Cnited States Navy Air Corps. Miss DeAYepse resides at l'.H"> First Mieet in Hakerstield and attended local schools here. She was gradu- iteil from Halu-rsfield High School in .May. lll-l-l. Aviation Machinist's Mate 1-ioland is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kred l'"ish- ering. Stine Fload. lie is an alumnus if Hakerslield High School, graduating in 1 !>-!::. He has been serving overseas for the last year and. nt the comploiion of his :!".day leave, will ret urn lo f<ireign duty. Xo \\cdding date has been set as yet. J. C. Welcome Rally Success at School College Director, Dean Speak at Morning Event Inroiiiins: B:i',,r] siirlil .liiiiinr Cc,l- losf woiiifii wii' hi'inirrcl this innrn- intr ;tt a special wli-onic Hilly spoil-; sorrd by the .lunim- l'nllc«;c Aspoci-; ;itP(1 \Vunifii Sliiilf-nls' (H-nunJKitinri. ; Held in i-iniii] 117 nt the Junior CulloRe lM>il<linn. tin- ovcnt \vasj pliiniKMl liy Miss Dorothy Dichel. : prpslilent of the AssoeiatPil \Voinfil j Students. Speakers ineluded Mlss ( Grace V. Hinl. junior eollpgi- direi • ! tor, and -Miss Margaret. UpvinscinJ dean of women anil A. \V. S. adviser., \p\v laenlty i-halmien for the group < also \voro introdured, inclndiiiK Aliss' Kthel Ilohinsiin, hiph school and .junior mllc^c draniaties toai-hrr. who will s!?rvp as seivire chairnuin: Mis-s Hetty Wliiilili'M. physical education instructor, s.icial ihairnian: and Mrs. Kva T-iPfevif, Ki-ftieh Icacher. who will lie activity chairnian. (."••immunity sin^ini: was Uil l>y | Miss hois Ilannawalt. sophomore ! student. -Miss Kay Mcc'.mnon. vice| president of the ASSI'H jated Women ! Students, was piano accompanist. KntPrtainnicnt chaiiinan I'or the rally was .Miss Harliara AN'aliace. Miss Bonnie Winder is A. "\Y. S. sec- rotary. While ;he women's primp held its rally, the male students Rathercd in room 17 of the Junior College building for an or.cnnlzntion meeting. Ap- Vivoxiniately fin men are enrolled so far this semester at the junior col- IPRP. Leonard McKais. actlnK clean ol" men. is temporary adviser to this group. Faculty Wives Tea Scheduled Saturday AVhes of new faculty members of Kern County L'nion High School district and board members of the Fac-- ulty AVives Club will be guests of honor at an informal tea at the home of Mrs. T. L. Nelson, 1SOI1 Alta Vista Drive, Saturday from 3 to "> p. m. The courtesy committee, members of which will act as hostesses, include Mrs. Avery Allen, chairnian. and Mesdames Kenneth Rich, T. 1^. Nelson, lioscop Morgan. John Lensrud. Mark K. Wilcox, Forrest Lynn and Albert Dennis. New faculty wives include Mesdames Harold I-. Hradley, Justin Hill-stun. Neal I.ohman, Robert Mog- nis. Ray Scott. Arthur Tait, Robert Jellison, and Noel Glasgow. -I >. T. A. NOTES Williams P. T. A. will hold its annual mother's tea in the kindergarten bungalow nt I'.'.IT] p. m. Wednesday. All motheis of children attending Williams School are cor-, dially invited. On the first day of school the 1'. T. A. members arranged bouquets of flowers about the school rooms greeting the new and returning teachers. The P. T. A. also assisted with registration. Our blouses and sweaters aro the very top of the I own. There's a new "complete' 1 look about them . . . that let's you take your jacket off and sit in your shirt sleeves . . . smartly! BLOUSES $1.98 to $7.U5 SWEATERS .$1.98 to $11.9;") EASTERN 1529 Nineteenth Street Die Yoir Credit Formula for Fashion . . , we know . . . it's not the humidity, it's the HEAT" . . . but before you can say HIP proverbial "Jack Robinson" that ole Mercury is going to take n nosedive, mid K(i(iKR'S doesn'L want YOU to lie caught wilh your coat off . . . * * • A WINXINd COMBINATION in any wimlrobe is n coat of vibrant, buoyruit colour combined with n fine flat fur. Take, friustniife. that luscious coat of all-wool Botany that KCCKU'S is so proud of ... It's slop-red, iincl we do mean "stop." It's the new tunic length iind full, hut belted to sbov that you DO have a figure . . . The fur is :t lovely tuxedo of grey Bombay lamb, find altogether, you'll rnve through the sensmi in first pluce in a topper like that one. * * * CHECK ONE IP FOR YOl'R SIDK in n Robert (lotilil Originnl Shepherd cheek in blnck 'n' white. The skirt is suave and subtle with a tiny built-up belted waistline . . . The vest is a softly molded black crepe with n spaghetti tie . . . (you can have fun changing it for one of your Kort't jersies) . . . The matching bolero pays dividends with black brnid scrolls cascading down the front and sleeves just right for gloves and bracelets. The wbolo idea is so utterly charming that you'll be won over to this creation at first glance. Robert Could Originals is another "exclusive" for you from KCKHKH'S, IS- 1 :: Chester Avenue. * * * Fl R-GOTTKN? ... If not, you MfST see ROGER'S still- complete collection of beautifully matched fur skins that are made into coats that are truly distinguished. These luxurious furs are created wilh lines of knowing simplicity and superb design . . . and they're designed especially for YOI'. You'll be certain to find the fur coal about wluch you've always dreamed among K(I(!KH'S elegant collection. * * » FASHION MAY HK SPINACH, BUT STRANGE COL 01 RS TAKE THE CAKE . . . and good enough for icing is the lovely, lovely shade of hyacinth blue that Robert Could combines with an im aginative touch of mauve. You'll find this magnificent combination in an afternoon dress of fine wool crepe that is a triumph of simple lines n ml fine fabric. . . . The skirt bus that marvelous \K\V side drape and tie-around, and the bolero jacket, proclaims it u fashion that is definitely "FALL, l!>4-»" . . . But you must see it to believe it . , . it's almost too good to be (rue, nnd it's just one of the splendid collection of new HOBKBT GOULU ORIGINALS nt Kgger's. * * * . . . nnd surely by now, yon have discovered that the place for fnsliion-wise women to select their wardrobes is at yaen Meeting Held by Past Executives Past. Pocahnnt; ! hatans of I.ackn o 4. r>ppree of r | eently at the h( Kinkier at Hake M and Past. Pow- vanna. Council No. orahontas. met re- ine of Mrs. Goldie sfield HotPl. J. A. Dixon. to whnir XEW CRK.ATION — The swagger reversible drill eoat of white cotton and black flannel, pictured above, will be a style leader on many :i campus this fall. Versatile as it is new-l loking. the 2.1- inch jacket is the la'est length. the past officers recently pri'-enti 1 a war bond, was introduced. Mrs. Fred Alippl has beep named chairman of a new war bond project. Mrs. Marie Klnn who was observing her birthday anniversary, was honored. Mrs. Maude Chapman won a draw prize and the Reverend llene Milliard a contest award. .Mr-. Alippl received 'he mystery pri»>. The next meP-UuK was announced for September !' at * p. in. at the home of Mrs. Marie l-'inn, ?s4!) Aluuas IJiive. LaCrosia. •out paid THE mnvnowcR S3S SO OtANO AVI. DOWMTOWM IOS • MOtllS • 35O OUIST ROOMS AH Outfit* Htxwm . All wit* totfc •ATM OUMANTIID •$ •DVftTISID *2'S to (440 No • «•*« ftiorg* . 1 »*rtont to r**«H You don't h*v# to bargain f • MONTIMt COCKTAIL ROOM cornt s M or- • otut Qurmge Eighteenth ANNIVERSARY Continues DRESS SPECIAL A Group of 23 Originally Priced jis High as $24.95 COATS SPECIAL $ 16 95 13 in This Group Originally Priced as High as $39.a"> SUITS SPECIAL $ 24 % 17 lo Choose From Formerly Priced as High as $49.95 EIGHTEENTH and H STREETS Opposite Padre Hotel • WE PREFER YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT ^^asssss^wjxs^s^s^s^^^ssss^?^^ Anniversary Shoe Special Over 300 Pairs of Fine Shoes Now Offered al Heduelions Up to Dress Shoes—Sport Shoes—Play Shoes A Few Colors and Evening Shoes $14.95 Shoes Now $9.95 $10.95 Shoes Now $7.95 $ 8,50 Shoes Now $5.95 $ 6.95 Shoes Now $4.95 • We Prefer Your Charge Aeeount EIGHTEENTH and "V "H" STREETS Opposite Padre Hotel

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