The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 14, 1944 · Page 10
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Thursday, September 14, 1944 JEfte gahergffclb Californten Ca J \tern PreAentA a Store of J^eedfaU {or .Men Lcl's sum up what you buy at Eastern this way — It's quality right; it's style right; it's priced right! The biggest surprise of all is the fact that our stocks are surprisingly large and varied despite the shortage of so many items. British War Relief Packs Dolls Friday Dolls for the. refugees of Allied countries will ho j.aoked when the Uritish War Relief Society. Hakers- coinmittce, m«-ets at the home of Mrs. Percy Cooke, H"lu Blanche street, Friday at 1 p. rn. The dolls will he shipped as -soon ns possible so that the consignment will arrive in time for Christmas. \\IMJ.\M V NEAL HOME William A. Neal, son of Mr. ami Mrs. W. A. Neal, in P street, is home, for a few days having completed his boot camp training at Sun Uifgo with the United States Nnvy. The young man, an alumnus of Bak- ersfleld HlRli School and Junior College, made the trip up with Dr. and Mrs. Clinton A. Fowler and will remain until Tuesday. Past Presidents Club'Convenes Several committee chairmen were named at a recent meeting of the Past Presidents Club, Kl Tejon Parlor No. 239, Native Daughters. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Ralph Sanders, president, and a politick dinner was served during the evening. New chairmen appointed were: Mrs. Hallio Bowman, visiting; Mrs. Russell Bowen. sewing; Miss Lucy Supertino. publicity; and Mesdames Sirn Dunham, Rus.sell Bowen and Kfiy Carlisle, installation ceremonies. Those present were: Mesdames Ona Moffett, Kate Kincer, Minnie Heath, Russell Bowen, M. Olin, Sim Dunham, Hallio Bowman, Robert Bowman. Ray Carlisle, Morris Borgwardt. Walter Kane, and Miss Lucy Supertino. The 5 Point Suit for Smart Men For Sale Kxdusivcly at Kastrrn in llakrrsfit'ld 'PRICE: A wide range of prices tluil will suit every pockclbook and leave room for \Var Bonds. >S1/E: Tall or short, thin or fat, we have a suit in your si/.e. No charge for alterations. >STYLE: Your choice, of up-to-the-minute styles—Single or doublebreasled, etc. ^FABRIC: Tweeds, Coverts, Worsteds and many more—All lops in quality and eye appeal. • FIT: All of our suits arc designed and tailored to give the kind of fit ALL men like. $35 to $55 Just Arrived—Sport Goats and Casual Jackets for Fall LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY OWNERS Attention/ Mr. J. C. Williams of the GLOBE LABORATORIES Exclusive Manufacturers of Stock and Poultry Medicines and Serums Will Be at California Slacks SHIRTS by Shirlcraft anil "(.'apt- C'»nl" You'll enjoy the longer wear and Rood looks of Airman ami Cape Cod shirts. Cnpo Cod while shirts are made of (lie fninotis "Sagamore" hrond- rldlli . . . they liuve nil I hi' things you look for in u good shirt. Whiles and Fancies $2.00 $2.50 $3.75 I OUR STORE FRIDAY and SATURDAY September 15 September 16 to give you advice on the latest methods of treating slock and poultry diseases. Our representative will gladly discuss your poultry and livestock problems. FREE CONSULTATION Kimball & Stone DRUGGISTS Eighteenth and Chester SILL BUILDING BAKERSFIELD BRADBURY SLACKS in real California styles . . . standard quality tailoring, (.lahar- dines, Bedford cords, fine serges and other wanted cloths . . . all desirable colors and sixes. Prices $8.50—$12.50 SPORT SHIRTS Carefully styled of fine materials and painstakingly tailored ... a great assortment of materials and colors to select from . . . Sixes—Small, medium and large. $3.95 to $12.50 HATS .. . Featuring the famous LaSalle "Champ" and Bailey De Luxe. All the latest Fall and Winter shapes and colors. $5 - $12.50 Hems you will lind at Eastern . . . Swank and llickok Hells, Suspenders. Jewelry and Lealher Goods. Wemhlev Ties and Hoval Moln-s. "Crosby Square" Shoes Prices $7.50—$8.50 i KuKti-ni sis the exclusive distributor of this line shoe in Wakerslield. Crosby Square sboeH give the greatest degree of fit and comfort the makers can conceive. Credit! There's a definite reason why hundreds of men have established their credit at Kaslern. It's the common-sense way to huy what you need when you need it and pay out of your weekly or monthly income. 1529 Nineteenth Street Use Your Credit ufome of Jjlue-Qfthite CDuimonoi 3£appy 3£eari West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve You 1434 NINETEENTH STREET • BAKERSFIELD Curfew Law, Problems of Future Interest Council Discussion of the psychological | lira. J. R. Kdgar spoke on parent- effect of the curfew law, and a talk I toucher education classes at Roose- by John Compton, city superinten- j velt, the theme being United We dent, of schools, on a realistic facing Stand. Mrs. Nation gave a day of current educational problems, nursery survey which showed 437 were highlights of Tuesday's meet- ' ho-.nes readied, 320 working mothers ing of Bakersfield Council of Par- I interviewed, 222 mothers anxious to ents and Teachers executive board. | use a day-care center and 500 chil The session was held ' at 1600 K street with Mrs. Hugh Nation presiding. Airs. R. E. Ferguson, juvenile protection chairman, opened discussion of the curfew law. The comments from the chairman and others indicated that police believe it forces children into hiding. A motion passed that the Juvenile protection committee investigate the reaction of la\y agencies to the curfew ordinance, and work for action Insuring that children be off the streets at dren as the probable enrollment for such a service. Mrs. R. B. Rogers spoKe in behalf of community chest; the council will do house-to-house canvassing. Fifteen hundred dollars was received from community chest last year to buy milk and glasses for underprivileged children. Mrs. Caroline Harris, legislative chairman, spoke on Propositions 9 and 11. Mrs. H. Granada announced that October 2 to 14 will be the period for a membership drive, $25 prize for whle.h will be offered by Bakers- night, bfield council '.o the school making Mi. Compton prefaced his remarks j the greatest gain. Mrs. Jack Demp- with the reminder that this Is a year I sey spoke in behalf uf the P. T. A. of uncertainty and asked the hearers j magazine, Mrs. Robert Cottom on to consider what will happen to the j publicity, and Mrs. Howard Green population in Bakersfield when de- > on well-baby clinics. Mrs. Green re- Club Asking More Red Cross Workers As Red Cross production quarters here is asked to produce 28,000 4x8 bandages by an early date, members of Woman's Club, of which Mrs. Harry C. Gardner i(T the president, are being asked to report for work as often as possible The Woman's Club Red Cross day is Wednesday, and the hours 9 to 3. Mrs. Norman Pollasky heads this work for the club and she is asking members to come and bring other members. Attendance has been smaller during the last few weeks due to warm weather and vacation absences. . BUYER HERE Mrs. Florence Ksbenshade, merchandise manager for Tibbett's dress shops here and Whlttier, Is registered at Hotel ^1 Tejon. She has returned from a buying trip which took her as far east as Chicago and is en route to tlie coast markets. She will remain here until the end of the week. fense work is over in Vallejo and other war project towns: also the nsurge of migrant agricultural workers when defense work is over. He said that the schools are now within 267 of the peak enrollment. Proposition 9 on the Nove-.nber ballot would give additional state support to elementary schools. It is imperative that (lie measure be passed, Mr. Compton said, adding that no school is any better than the teacher who facts the children, and that standards cannot be maintained unless salaries arc adequate. It is necessary this fall to assimilate 61 new teachers into the city elementary school system. | Among foremost . problems in j America today is race consciousness. "White persons constitute 7-. '2. por cent, it was 1'eported. Juvenile delinquency is another question for school, church and home. Mr. Compton closed his remarks with a tribute to P. T. A. aa s stabilizing organization back of school people. ported that there had been nine clinics' per month, averaging 35 babies per clinic. Mrs. George Johnson spoke on recreation and reported that there wye 80,000 more in attendance at playground parks this year than in any previous year. Mrs. Frank Uhalt spoke on war service. W. S. f. S. MEETING Women's Society of Christian Service of St. Mark's Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. M. R. Glascock, 114 Circle Drive, Highland Manor, Friday at 8 )). in. All interested persons are welcomed whether members or not. Starts INSTANTLY to MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Sorentss and Stiffness For blessed prompt relief — rub on powerfully soothing Muaterole. It actually, helps break up painful locml congestion. So much easier to apply than » mustard plaster. "No futs. No mutt with Musterolet" Just rub it on. In 3 Strengths I MUSTEROLF VISION IS VITAL! ON CREDIT! MONTHS TO PAY 6 NO IN TBREST NO EXTRAS CALL IN AND HAVB YOUR EYES EXAMIN EDI *Your Broken Lens DUPLICATED! Prompt Service! *Carry an EXTRA PAIR of GLASSES With You! * Glasses Made to Your OWN Prescription! *Your Credit Is GOOD! Open an Accountl Your Eyes are Your Most Precious Possession. Safeguard them by ^siting an OPTOMETRIST of least every six monthil Vision Is Vitall DR. HAROLD HASKELL OPTOMETRIST 1434 NINETEENTH STREET • •AKIRSFIILD OFFICES CONVENIENTLY IOCATID ON THI MAIN PLOO« a d\o' ~New Cream Deodorant Sajely helps Stop Perspiration 1. Does not irritate skin. Docs not tot dresses or men's shirts. 2. Prevents undcr-arm odor. Helps stop perspiration safely. 3. A pure, white, antiseptic, stainless vanishing cream. 4. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 5. Aw«ded Approval Seal of American Institute of Laundering — harmless to fabric; Use Arrid regularly. Oft* pl °' •*• OV* Also59|5i»rs THI LAIOIST SULINODIODORANT . . . drinks mixed with Canada Dry Water keep sparkling to the very last sip. "PlN-PoiNT CARBONATION". .. millions of tinier bubbles ... insures lasting .liveliness, despite melting ice. Matte the most of your precious liquor stocks. Use Canada Dry Water. Its special formula points up the flavor of any tall drink—scotch, rye, bourbon, or rum. CANADA DRY WAT E R Wartime restrictions limit our supply of bottles. Please cooperate—return ' all empty bottle! to your' dealer— todtyl BIG BOTTLE 15* Plus dtpostt West's Largest Jewelers"* 17 Stores to Serve Youl UIS1UUE Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm in the West 1434 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfield Fall! Luxury of fine si/ede . In jet black or brown .. smartness of polished leather and alligator calf! '4.45 Xeed 1431 Nineteenth Street NO MAft O«Dlt»

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