The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 8, 1944 · Page 6
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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 8, 1944
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5 Friday, September 8, 1944 Of Cafefrgfiflb Californfan NATIONAL DOLLAR STORES**'* Everything They Need BOYS' SHORTS, SHIRTS Fruit of the Loom Broaddoll) shorts in striped patterns. Sixes 21-W. Fine knit shirts, sixes 2X-,'!-!. 59 Boys' School Pants Complete With Belt Sanforized cotton twill in teal nine only, ideal for school wenr. Size *H-. Boys' Sport Jacket Tweeds iiml checks in snuii'lly tailored .-iimlc- brcasted style. Atlrsic- tive for (In 1 well-dressed. bov. Sixes "-1S. Boys' Sweaters Purl-wool two-lone sport, sweater in COM! si.vie. Long sleeves and pockets. Sixes to 30. YARD GOODS RAYON PRINT Soft, cool colors | for fall In attrac- live floral pallcrns. Hour*, coral. Kplly Brcon. powder lilue. 36 Ini-lies wlilo. JERSEY Beantifnl new colors for the coining si'ason. All-over design. 40 inches wide. Floral Drill A heavy niiiteriiil with large llornl pattern on lilue or rose background. M indies wiile. 8* STRIPED FLANNEL Mnroon mid blue striped pattern. <!ood lioiivy quality. .'If! inches wide. Boys' Belts Ciirved western sleerhide bells in lirown. Miule well lo wear well. All si/.es. BOYS' CREW SHIRTS Novelty striped patterns in bright colors. Short sleeves and crew neck. Sixes 1-0. Girls' Plaid Skirts Newest fall shades in smart plaid patterns. All pleated style, with suspenders. Sixes 7-11. GIRLS' JACKETS Brushed rayon mid cotton in attractive two-tone combinations. Hed and navy lilue; brown and beige. Sixes S-14. PCPPERELL BLANKET 25% Wool, 50% Rayon A beautiful blanket made for warmth and wear. All edf»CH sat inbound. 7-x84. Powder blue, cedar and green. Chenille Bath Set Attractive ac- your bathroom. Seat cover sind rug in matching patterns and colors iu yellow, peach, blue, green. Dresser Scarfs Fancy trimmed edges in red, blue and green on white scurf. Some plain tailored 59 style. MEN'S UNION SUITS Lightweight Cotton Fine combed cotton yarns. Short sleeves and long legs. Button front. A suit made to wear well. Sixes , r ?b'-l 1. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS A line quality broadcloth shirt in attractive patterns and shades. Wrinkle free collar. Si/es 11 to 17, with assorted sleeve lengths. MEN'S STRIPED T-SHIRTS Any man's favorite home wear. Closely knit with short sleeves and crew neck. Navy blue and maroon. Sizes, small, medium, small. 89 Women's Rayon Gowns Bedtime Loveliness Lovely white and tea rose satin gowns, trimmed with beautiful luce on sleeve mil's and front, others in floral patterns, tailored stvle. •" '* :M-;IS. BED JACKETS Itainly lace-trimmed yolk and collar. Three- quarter lengih sleeves. While, tea rose and Idne. Si/.cs. small, medium, large. SATIN SLIPS For that dressy slip , . , lovely luce - trimmed slips. Tailored slyles for practical wear. Ten rose and white. All full cut. Sixes .'iL'-lO. Fall Hats Large Brims Beanies Newest Fall Haltering fashions. Kent her and veil trimmed. All new shades including orchid and fuschia. Women's Taffeta Housecoats A new rayon striped tail'eta housecoat for dress wear at home. Wrap-around style with hell. Short sleeves. Sixes 11-20. WHITE DICKIES White sharkskin in tailored style. . . . Washable. NATIONS SHOE REPAIR Guaranteed Workmanship MEZZANINE FLOOR ENGLISH COURSE WILL BETAUGHT MISS KEOUGH WILL HAVE EVENING SCHOOL CLASS Fundamentals of English grammar, vocabulary and the use of words will be stressed in a course to I>e given through auspices of the University of California extension division beginning Monday night, September 18, with Miss Kdna Keough, Bakersfield High School English teacher, as instructor. Carrying two units of upper division or graduate credit at the university, the course is listed officially by the university as English X-355 A and II. During the several weeks of the course students will be given the opportunity of demonstrating needs and abilities though some written work, Miss Keough announced. The course provides special attention to the needs of adults in social, business and professional circles for developing adequate and proper vocabularies, for the use of Kngllsh grammar correctly and for more, fluent expression by the oral or written word. Many teachers have availed themselves of the opportunity of brushing up on grammar through the course, Miss Keough stated. Miss Keough, who has taught this extension course for several years, is a, regular member of the faculty at Bakersfield High School, where she. teaches English. She has had a broad academic background in the subject and holds the master of arts degree from the University of Washington. Through employment in offices during summer vacations she is familiar with adaptation of English grammar to requirements of the business world. This year she is president of Bakersfield chapter of the American Association of University Women and has taken an active interest in community affairs. Those interested In the course are invited to be present at the first meeting, to be held Monday, September IS, at 7 j). in., in room 1'IS of the junior college building, luformat inn also may be obtained by calling i;-45u3. There is a fee for the course. FRATERNAL \V. R. C. Parly Woman's Relief Corps will hold its first card party of the fall Saturday night at 8 p. m. at Memorial hall with Mrs. Emily Roy as the chairman. By MRS. ANNE CABOT Fascinating detjiKnt* of varioua frulls— red struwberricH. eolden oranges, soft yellow iioura. pink tipples, cherries and grapes In their lUH<-ioiis-looking natural colors are embroidered on tea towels, breakfast and luncheon Cloths. Fruits an- done In simple outline stitch and hlk-h-llghted with cross stitch. Htart a set now for kitchen Hhowers or your "lay-away 1 ' plan of holiday Klt'U. Each design IB about 6 Inches In Hize. To obtain 7 transfer designs of Outline Stitch Fruits (1'nitern No. 6780), color churl for working, amounts of colored flosses nccdt'd. send 15 cents in coin, plun t cent postage, your name, address and thu pattern number to Anne Cabot. The Hakcrst'lekl Califomlan, 709 Mission street, San Francisco. Native Daughters Plan Bond Sales Mark Admission Day Here by War Work Dedication EI Tejon Parlor No. 239, Native Daughters of the Golden West, wiil celebrate Admission Day, Saturday, by the sale of stamps and bonds. A letter has been received from the treasury department to launch a campaign to commemorate the ninety-fourth anniversary of California into the Union by purchasing one or more B-29 Superfortresses. The parlor's slogan is, "Help Buy a Bond to Help Buy a Bomber." Mrs. Ralph Sanders is chairman of the war activities committee. Sale booths will be'operated at J. C. Penney's, Sears Roebuck, Harry Coffee's, and Kress. Those who will staff the booths arc Mesclames Marjorie Rouw, N. J. Williams, Klmo Destefani, A. S. Sandrinl, Mary Jane Clarkin, David .Jones, Russell Howen. A. K. Giggy, J. M. (THare, Jr., Charles Kollenborn. Belmond Turner. Rex Fischer, Knutvi Miiys. Ralph Sanders. Harry Smith and Miss Lucy Supertiho. Younp women's activity group, Native Daughters, will hold a meet- ins; Monday at *i:no p. m. at Beale Park. Mrs. Bud Ward, Mrs. Earl Bartholomew, and Mrs. Russell Bowen are in charge. Mrs. A. S. Sandrinl, treasurer for the group, announces that a White elephant auction will be held. -All attending should bring wrapped gifts and proceeds from sale will be turned to the courtesy funds. It is important that all members attend, according to Miss Lucy Super- tino, chairman. Reports will lie made by the pioneer tea chairman. Mrs. Madge Fote and also by Mrs. W. G. Ren, Jr., and Mrs. Charles Kollonhnrn, on the barn dance to be held with the Native Sons, with Miss Supertino and Mrs. A. K. (liKgy reporting on drill team. MRS. MS TO BE CLUB HEAD IS SEATED AS LEADER OF PAST ARCH DRUIDESSES At recent candlelight ceremonies Mrs. John Werts was Installed as president of the Past Arch Druid- ess Club of Sumner Circle No. 107. Mrs. Lonnie Sims was in charge of arrangements at the home of Mrs. Charles Wells, 1803 Sixteenth street. Others installed were Mrs. Blalse Guzzard, vice-president:.Mrs. George Davis, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Mary B. Hampson. chaplain. During the business session, plans were completed for a rummage sale on Baker 'street, October 24, with Mrs. Davis in charge. It was also announced that members of the club will be in charge of serving refreshments at the Druidess meeting on Thursday. Mrs. Dave Hense and Mrs. Herbert Bladden, co-chairmen. Following the meeting, cards were played on the lawn and prizes were awarded to Mesdames Mary B. Humpson, Fred Fray, and Paul Tess. A special prize was given to Mrs. Hense: Mrs. Werts won the mystery prize, donated by Mrs. Bert Worden. At tables appointed in garden motif a chicken supper was served by Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Werts, assisted by Mrs. Lois Foote and Charles Wells. Those attending were Mesdames George Davis, William Destefani, Blanche Dillon, Fred Fray, Mary B. Hampson, Bert Worden, Blaise Guzzard, Grace Allen, Lonnie Sims, John Eyraud, Herbert Gladden, David Hense, Lyman Finn, Paul Tess. and Harold Broome. The next meeting will be lield October 9 at the home of Mrs. Blanche Dillon, 331 Seventeenth street. WEDS AT HOME RITE—Miss Myrtis N. Cornbs, a teacher at Lamont school, was married September 6 to Private James M. Hawthorne of the army air corps. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Combs of Casa Loma Acres, and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hawthorne of Holdenville, Oklahoma. Lament Teacher Is Early Autumn Bride, In the presence of several relatives and friends, Miss Myrtis N. Combs and Private James M. Hawthorne, United States Air Corps, were married Wednesday, September 6, at 10 a. m. at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Combs, of Casa Loma Acres. Private Haw- thorno, now stationed at Victorvllle Army Air Field, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hawthorne, of Holden- vllle, Okla. The vow» were exchanged before the Reverened C. H. Hoffman, pastor of Arvin Congregational Church. The ceremony wa* a double ring ritual, with the couple unattended. For her wedding costume the bride chose a two-piece beige wool crepe suit with chocolate brown acfees- sories, complimented by an orchid corsage. Mrs. Hawthorne, a native of this city, was graduated from Bakersfield High School and Junior College and received her A. B. degree from the University of Rcdlanda. For the last two years she has taught at Lament School, where she will resume her duties this fall. MNNIl O'KIIPI fv\mr JcrMn Mar Hair Care The HOLLYWOOD My "~ You'll be proud of your hair if you givo it daily caro with dandruff-dissolving— 1ft HRIR OIL Created in Hollywood—for You! Lackawanna Council Convening Tuesday Laclviiwannii Council, Degree of Pocahontas, will meet in Druids hall Tuesday. ./Ml officers and members are requested to be present. Mrs. Chester Trono will be social chairman for the evening. At a recent meeting 1 , delegates to the state convention presented reports. Those attending the conference were, Mrs. Orin Dale, Mrs. Lyman Finn, Mrs. Sam Milliard, and | Mrs. Bessie Herring. Mrs. Dale re-; ported that a project for visiting rel- j ative.s of the members of the Degree j of Pocahontas who are confined in hospitals U.H a result of disabilities received in action was started. Mrs. layman Finn, war activity chairman for the council, reported that two ambulances had been presented to the American Red Cross as a result of the work of the Great Reservation of California and that a hospital room had been furnished at Muroc by Lackawanna Council. Mrs. Adella Coffman gave a report on her auction of "white elephant" articles held recently. FRIENDLY FOURSOME FOR.FULL-TIME ACTION! AS ADVERTISED'INMADEMOISEUE" Mix or mate lo suit the occasion! Superbly tailored by Nardis of Dallas . . . the master magician of smart and versatile sportswear. In graying all-wool, mannish gray flannel. Sizes 10 to 18. Suits, $29.95 Weskits, $7.95 Matching Slacks, $10.95 Eighteenth and Chester • Sill Building Havt Your Eytt Entitling 1 * L *. Opin a Ckarp Aoeount GLASSES e That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1S07 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7S39 We all love SWIFT'S MILK SHERBET! 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