The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 12, 1944 · Page 3
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Instruction Given Officers of Fellows Rebekah Lodge FELLOWS, Sept. 12.—A school of Instructions for all officers was conducted at a recent meeting: of Samaritan Rebekah Lodge, held in Fellows I. O. O. F. hall with Mrs. Leota Barneburg, deputy president of District 3, in charge. Mrs. Grace Klrkland, noble grand, presided. A program commemorating the anniversary of Oddfellowship will be given at the next meeting of the group September 21. In charge of arrangements are Mesdames Esther tfines, Ethel Greene and Sennie Marks. Mrs. Iva Owen was appointed to represent the lodge at a meeting September 13 at Mrs. Barneburg's home in Taft when plans for the district meeting to he held In Fellows October 28 will be completed. Mesdames -Aileen Turner, Olive Hedrick, Esther Hines, Ethel Greene and Elizabeth Berry were appointed to raise funds for building a veterans' wing at Yountville Hospital, to be known as Odd Fellows wing. A special project of Mrs. Ada O'Brien, president of the Rebekah Assembly, memberships of the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs are urged to give their full support. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Grace Klrkland and Mrs. Mary Fair. O. E. 8. MEET THURSDAY FELLOWS, Sept. 12.—The first meeting of the fall for Buena Vista chapter, O. E. S., of Fellows, will be held Wednesday in the Masonic hall. A potluck dinner will be served preceding the meeting. Maude Mae Scntt, worthy matron, and Jac Scott, worthy patron, will preside. MCGREGOR. .. A LABEL THAT MEANS A LOT ON BOYS' CLOTHES r ^< 1 X . *•"' >«*»* ^Nv MCGREGOR'S SCOTTISH DRIZZLER Smart jacket made of tempest twill—wal- er-repellent and windproof. Zipper front. In elk shade. Sizes 8 to 18. $Q45 8 MCGREGOR'S LOAFER COAT Plain shades in 100% wool herringbone weave, rayon lined, two large patch pockets. In blue, beige and brown heather. Sizes 8 to 20. MCGREGOR'S RED ROVER A warm-up coat, with zipper front. Made of Ironsides Poplin, with lining of bright red, wool blend in sweater knit. Tan bark shade. Sizes 10 to 20. 12 85 9 95 LITTLE CHAMP OF HOLLYWOOD Boys' sports shirt in all-over plaid pattern as illustrated, in blue, green and brown. Sizes 6 to 16. Also in plaid and Hawaiian print front, with plain back and sleeves. Sizes 6 to 16. BOYS' SHOP MEZZANINE FLOOR McFarland School Has More Boys Than Girls Enrollment at McFarland High School has shown a unique trend this year, with more boys than girls registered to date. Of the 15D signed up for classes, there are 83 boys and 67 girls, it was announced by Principal L A. Wte- mere, who stated that the senior class has about five more students than was anticipated. Several students have arranged their schedules to make midyear graduation possible. An analysis of enrollment figures shows that the f'-eshman class numbers 16 girls and'37 boys, for a total of, 53 students. Sophomores include 26 girls and 26 boys, with 5i! students altogether. The junior class consists of H boys and 14 girls, for a total of 28; while seniors include 11 girls and 6 boys, totaling 17 Courses in particular demand, according to Principal Wiemers, include agriculture, secretarial training, English, general mathematics, United States history and Spanish. The farm mechanics class is taxing present facilities. Forty boys are reporting for daily football practice, Principal Wiemers reported. There are at present 8- hoys registered in physical education classes. Football coaching will be handled by Noel D. Glasgow, Huntley Webb and Walter F. Conrad. An intramural schedule will probably be arranged, it was stated. This would provide competition within the school and would give a large number of boys an opportunity to participate. Housewives From Tulare, Wasco Used Canning Center Cfje Safetrtfffeft California!! Tuesday, September 12, 1944 3 JJKLAXO, Sept. 12.-—Housewives from southern Tulare county, Fixley and Wasco, as well as house- wivi.s from the Delano, Earlimart and Kichgrove districts, have availed themselves of the facilities of the comnuinity cannery at the Delano Joint t'nion High School. So many housewives have used the. .cannery that it has been necessary to add two new Instructors who recently completed the neces- Fury courses. They have been on duty this week at the cannery and are Mesdames Alvin C Streufert .- nd A. Ralph Brooding. The other two instructors, Mesdames L. Monroe and Lyle Penrod, will also continue instructing at the cannery. On Tuesday a delegation of '.Vasco housewives, headed by Mrs. Delano Couple Marks 31st Anniversary NAZI GUNS SHELL DOVER DOVER, England. Sept. 1.'. (&) — German long range guns on the French coast'shelled this area for four hours during the night. 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Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights Doctor! lay your kidney* contain 15 miles of tiny tubes or filters which help to purify tba blood and keep you healthy. When they get tired and don t work right In tba daytime, many people hare to set up nlghta. Frequent or scanty panacea with smarting and burning eometimea shows there is something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't neglect this condition and lose valuable, restful Bleep. When disorder of kidney function permits pouonous matter to remain in your blood, it and diuiness. Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Doan'a Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste from your blood. Get Doan* Pills. DELANO. Sept. 12.—Marking their thirty-first wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. John Homer Ragsdale, well known pioneer residents of this district, were surprised recently when their daughters, Mesdames Samuel Frisby and Walter Penrod, entertained in their honor at their country home northeast of town. Inspection of many useful gifts was followed by refreshments. Present with them for the occasion wore Mrs. Adina Bradford of Rakersfield, Messrs, and Mesdames ft. r. Penrod. Sr.. R. C. Penrod. Jr.. l.yle Penrod. William Burum, Harry Goodell. Morrison Massey, T. P. Ragsdale, Mesdarnos Russell Ragsdale, Robert X. Ragsdale, Hugh P. Burum. Earl T. Ray, Archie Hubbard, K. C. Simpkins, Misses Dorothy, Helen, Elaine and Ruby Ragsdale, Raymond and Tessie Penrod, Kii/abeth Ann Burum, Marlene and Anita Massey, Richard and Roberta Jean Penrod, Toni Ray, Paulette, Sammy and Carolyn Frisby, Allen Goodell, and the Reverend Harold Keener. 462 Attend Street Dance on West Side TAFT. Sept. 12.—The street dance, given last week in fr/int of the recreation hall at the Youth Center, was attended by 462 members and guests, according to the president, Bob LaBrut. Credit goes to Mrs. Harry Newberry, director of the club, who made the arrangements and carried them through to a successful conclusion. President LaBrut stated. Refreshments of homemade cookies and punch were served by Mesdames Martin Montgomery, chairman; Harry Welby, Louise Farnham, C. E. Schacf, P. E. .Hughes, B. C. Furman, Herbert Arndt, E. B. Smith, Charles D. Knight and Mrs. John House, president of the Valley Acres Woman's Club. The West Side recreation committee was represented by the chairman, A. W. Noon, and by John Ferryman and Vern McJ^eod. Music was furnished by Rose Parenti's orchestra from Bakersfield. NICOTINE STAINS REMOVED FROM FAlSE JHTH H*r»'i an «oiy, c*rtoln way for imabera to k«ep fait* tMth iporlctlng clean. A llttl* A'DENT on a bruth and dingy itaini vaniih. 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