The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 14, 1944 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 14, 1944
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ijfo CaWornfan Thursdoy, September 14,1944 3 Prcscnls the famous war correspondent World Famoui War Correspondent v\now reporting .l| direct from Ij ^Washington for 7:15 A. M. Monday Through Saturday KERN Every morning from Monday to Saturday Martin Agronsky gives the latest war news and comments direct from Washington. You will find this program enlightening and informative. Tune in to KERN at 7:15 A. M. for an early review of the war situation. BROCK'S BAKERSFIELD FAMOUS CLEANSING CREAMS NOW AT teg. f 2 sizes PRICE! *wch LARGEST SIZES SPECIAL AT »2* EACH LIMITED TIME! Choose the cream that's right tot your skin! Dry-Skin Cleanser — richly lubricating cleanser for thin, dry skin. Leaves skin looking clean ... sweetly soft. Salon Cold Cream — pure, bland cold-cream type cleinser for young and normal ikin. Fluffy-light... refreshing! Liquefying Cleansing Cream-' quick-melting cream for oily skin. Removes dogging grime, itale make-up in a twinkling. PLUS 20% FEDERAL EXCISE TAX DRESSES DESIGNED WITH A NEW FEELING OF ELEGANCE » '"* MAIN AISLE Festive Felts ... Hint of Fall . . . like aulumn leaves . . . color and beauly personified! f $795 to I FASHION FLOOR Drapery is always newly lovely ... freshly Haltering when handled with restraint and artistry and it is just one of the features that distinguish the new fall dresses-* oilier detail show the designers' interest in creating fascinating fashions .. . sumptuous trimmings, tunics, pcplums, bows, back interest, lowered waistlines. A—Slim one-piece dress featuring the waist drape and modified sheath skirt. B—Two-piece and two-piece look with pepluiu and tunic effect,. Trimmings . . . fabric contrast . . . color contrast . . . braid and embroidery—glitter (sequins, beads, nailheads)—Bows in every size and shape. Black and colors. Sizes 9 to 15—10 to 11. $ 19 95 "> $ 49 95 Free Classes for Adults Main Plant— Fourteenth and F, Enst Bakcrsliehl Hisli School, Mount Vcr- non and Quincy, Standard School, Oil- dalc. Write, call or phono. FASHION FLOOR GET READY NOW FOR WINTER—WARM, COSY FLANNELETTE GOWNS-PAJAMAS Pretty, warm flannelettes to keep you snug on even the coldest nights . . . Cosy pajamas, gowns ... in guy polka dots .. . plaids . . . dainty pastels! Get ready for winter now." Pajamas, sixes 31 to 40. Gowns, sizes 31 to 40. 2 98 FASHION FLOOR *' $350 to $5 and They Like Sweaters By HELEN HARPER (-lassies and casuals. They have won inler- nnlional acclaim with the prized hand-made look. Top favorite. Wherever you are—whatever the occasion, its soft luxury, perfect tailoring and modest cost make it the darling of all who love fine sweaters. BROCK'S—HELEN HARPER SHOP

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