IB,GYM TO BE SCENEOFDANCE • FRESHMEN, NEW STUDENTS TO BE GUESTS OF HONOR Freshman and new students will lie guests of honor at the first student body dance of the year to De held Friday in East Bakcrsfleld High School gymnasium. Dancing will be from S:3(J p. m. to 11:30 p. m. Purpose of the dance is to give freshmen anil new students a chance to*become better acquainted with the student body. Bob Sigson and his orchestra, favorites of the high school "dancing crowd," will furnish music for the ittfair, which is being arranged by student body officers of the school. Student body officers who have made arrangements for the dance include Michael Powell, president; Jim Sughrue, vice-president; Barbara Is'abers, secretary; John Florence, publicity: Bud Long, chief justice; Doris LeClaire, editor of the school newspaper, "The Kernel," and Miss Jotty Valle, editor of the school yearbook, "The Slerian." Chaperones for the dance will be Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tener, Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. JSrigelson, Victor C. Manley and Miss Edith La Pray. Bakersfield High School and .Tun- Jpr College students are invited to Bttend, according to Mr. Powell, the student body president. t- "Buildin'castles" 'SAYS-PEET "Buildin' costllf in the air is fine—now all you gotta do is put the foundations under 'em!" FEET SAYS: "And don't just dream about snowy-white washes—use Feet's Granulated Soap, and have 'em. Feet's quicker, thicker suds work washday magic... leave your clothes so white you're proud to hang 'em on the line. No wonder three times at many women new use Peet's!" t PEET SAYS: "It's no great shakes to he temperamental—that's just 90 per cent temper, and 10 per cent mental." PEET SAYS: "Do you get sort a temperamental over a big wash or a pile of dishes? No need to. if you use feet's...the different granulated soap, with the suds that work wonders...and leave your hands nice and smooth. Why don't you. try Peet's?" PEET'S SOAP The quick-sudsing granulated soap THERE IN SOCIETY Birthday Anniversary Little Theodore Marnaros recently celebrated his first birthday anniversary at the home oC his grandmother, Mrs. John Tsitakis., 101C Sixteenth street. The guest of honor is in tliis city on a vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ous Matnaros, of S>an Francisco. Games were played and many gifts were presented the honored guest. T\ J. Siinoa II. J. Kimos Paspo Barren Mr. SU'Vu Gekas Anna Cainakia Vii lor Auhin Joy Simon Anna Gumbos • Mary Gnmhuu ChiMrc'ii— Annie Cai-nakjs Tlili" Hcililp/ .lame's (Ifkas J-'noikip Ftnhlcx I'Pll-r lloblox tirvill" Klkins Lee AlU 1 !! .K!kin.'< John Catnnkia Jtihn Ai'hin * * * For Interpreter Miss Kocorro Munox, interpreter for Mexican nationals at the local center, wa.s the honorec at a recent party, the occasion being in celebration of her birthday anniversary. More than 00 guests were in attendance. * » « Kenneth Crawford Home Kenneth Neil Crawford, petty officer third class, radioman with the United States navy, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Ora Crawford, while home from Lot! Angeles armory, en route to San Diego. The visitor was graduated recently as fourth highest in his class. * * * With the Wallaces Henry "Bud" Wallace, the son of j Mr. and Mrs. L. 1.). Wallace, 3000 Chester Lane, is spending a few days with relatives here. The young man was graduated as a flight office- September 8. ]le arrived home Saturday, • * * To School in South Mr. and Airs. Robert K. Penlzer have returned from the south where they placed their daughter. Miss .Janet Mary PentxPi- in Mt. St. Mary's Catholic School in Brentwood Heights. Registration was yesterday and school opens today. Hold Spaghetti Dinner Members of Phi Alpha Kappa .sorority recently enjoyed a spaghetti dinner at the home of Mrs. John Young. Mrs. Don Irlvln sharing honors as hostess At a "recent meeting plans were discussed for a rummage sale to be held in October, with Mrs Lawrence Montcl as chairman. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the meeting. Mrs. Clair Frazer, an inactive member, was a visitor at the meeting. Members are: Clarence Dort'iN II. 11. Kl-linihiu-k Herman <!it j lin Ki ankie HeiiHlce Diinald Irwin Lawrence .Montel K. IJ. J'rneU KuKerK- Sla n'nrd Alhert Swaim Brm" Ward James Hoi in lieorse Ciller Pf'u-ey tforton < '!H ir Crazer Maxine Walratli \Vi Us Mis-sos— • I,oi mine Anderson I it-tt of in UP dill <"!<*!•& Idim> HpNton Wilma Marsh Frances Ovprton Charlotte ri.M.n:.' White Kay Wimp J>nii.iir1 Winlaik John Younff Kf-nneth Ku.-spatrick Itcihort .Shearer K«ty Hart»"i- <'liff White l.ari-y Kit;:p;i I rick Kent. KraHor William Schiil- lliois T.ouis St unibfiugh K. F,. Mvniiu (!o»t Ke ynidcr Wehh UOM» Marie All.-n Kaihorino St COIIK Sharon Snod^iass I'M n n. O\prton Kim i'•<» <'yr Rutherford Fete Airs. Kindig Mrs. Sue Kindig was pleasantly surprised on her birthday anniversary when Mrs George. McLane and Mrs. Walter Broekman entertained in her honor at the home of the latter. "14 Flower street. Dinner wa.s served and a huge cake sliced and served. The fining room was decorated with pink and white carnations and potted plants. During the evening Miss Betty Jean Brockman entertained with several piano solos. Mrs. Kindig was the recipient of many gifts. Attending in addition to the honoree, Mr. and Mrs. George McClain and Mr. and Mrs, Brockman were Miss Frances Kindig, Miss Betty Jean Brockman, Ronald MeLain, and Lieutenant Herman LaDeau. fir SALT SOME AW AY I WHEN IT MIKS IT POURS \YKDS STAFF SERGEANT— Miss Moma .lane Fraser of this city became- the bride of Staff Sergeant Herbert E. Roberts, formerly of this city and now in Gal vision, Texas, with the I'nited States Coast Artillery. Miss Fraser is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. o. Fraser, 1006 Bank street. United in .Marriage The marriage of Miss Mona Jane Fraser, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. O. Fraser, lOOfi Bank street, to Staff Sergeant. Herbert K. Roberts, of the United States Coast Artillery, (ialveston, Texas, on September S, was revealed here today. The double ring ceremony was performed in First Christian Church at 8 p. m., by the Reverend Hollister B. Miller, with more than 100 friends and relatives in attendance. The church decorations consisted of baskets of white gladioli and white bells. Presiding over the organ wa.s Mrs. Henry Butcher with Miss Avis Davis, vocalist, singing "Sunshine of Your Smile." "Indian Love Call" and "Always." Mrs. Robert? was attired in a white bridal satin gown with long veil trimmed with lace, and she carried a bouquet o£ orchids, gardenias and carnations. Attending the bride as matron of honor was Mrs. Henry P. Uthen- woldt, who wore a blue gown and carried a pink and white nosegay. 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A wcll-niade shoe that's go- _ ing to give lots of service. 2 Comfortable glove leather •••• in warm russet! Sturdy Oxfords—If You're "Hard on Shoes"! Tough little brogues and oxfords that help protect the feet in all kinds of weather! Comfortable! Plastic-sole Slack Shoes, Casual Step-ins Style super-perfect! Most popular at school! Soft- toned brown leather. Plastic soles take hard wear! Miss M iirs HP lite Miller, who \voi - c a blur suit find ii frardpnia «'i'i>;iso. The biiile's mother wore a rose dress with navy accessories and a Riinlenia corsaRe anil the lirlde- RTOOIU'S mother worp n navy Iilno 1'roek with navy accessories and gardenia corsage. \ttemliiiR the bridegroom us best man was Staff Sergeant Leonard Goff, of Minter Field, with Fred Jones and Warren Brock as ushers. Mr. Fraser pave his daughter in mar- riase. Following I lie wi'ildlnpr a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. A three-tier woddinp eako \\ is sliced and served to the guests. The young couple Journeyed to Los Angeles following the reception, the bride wearing a tur<|iioise blue dress with brown accessories, and gardenia corsase, as her goins-away costume. Mrs. Roberts is a graduate of Bak- cisfield High School and Junior (,'ol- lese. the bridegroom of Amarillo High* School, lie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Roberts, of :!!!S Beardsley avenue. Out-of-town guests at the wedding included Mrs. \V. I,. Xiel. Oakland: Mrs. Irene Symns. Crescent City, and Miss Xonna Fraser, l.os Angeles. V * * At Pifer Home Joining Mrs. Philip <'. T'ii'er and her daughter, Mrs. t) W. Trout, at Ire I'ifer home. 1007 Tershing street, recently, have been lieutenant 1'ifer of Wilmington, and Lieutenant Trout of Harlingen. Texas, their husbands: Lieutenant Paul C. Martin, also of Harlingen, was ;i guest also. The latter two were flying l'-l!!ls. Garden Party, Program Is Shared by U. D. C, Guests PIN-WORMS GO! New Treatment Gets Real Results Bii>m'u pi) i< ;i! ir; l'i iftn.tt ii tn on Ad; miral Raphael Senunes snuthern ! hero anil naval "H'icer, 1MI9-IS~7. 'was provided by Mis. K. R. Harvey. Tuesilav iiii;hr, when members of Mildred I,,-i- i 'haplei . t'nitfd 'Datisli- ; tcrs of PiHifederacy gathered at the ; home nl' Mr. and Mi's. S. I''. Wells, , Sl'n Rubens L.ine. Mrs. Harvey ; ; supplied many little-known facts on ! her subject's varied talents, includ- I I ins oceanography, of which he was' an acknowledged authority. Kach ! fall the mi'inory of Arin-iral Scmmo is kept fresh during his birthday nil- i niversary month by an appropriate ' i observ.inre. I Miss Xelbeth Hnydslitn, reading ! two selections, one in Neurn dialect, i and tlio other in the vernacular ol' | a young hoy, captivated hi-r hearers. : It was the first, time she hay ap- ! pea red before the group, and she I was greeted with a genuine show' of appreciation. • Mrs. Charles Mrdlnck, president, (dispensed \vilb business Ijut made a fe\v announeements. I Yearbooks, the first ever to be compiled by Mildred T.ee Chapter, were distributed. Mrs. Albert Roach j headed this committee. ! Tlie next meeting will Vie October! I 10, at the home of Mrs. A I'. Bunch, ; i ii.M! Heale avenue, with Mrs. J. M. j Wright and Mrs. Lelia Buaas, assisting the hostess. ; 1 The. id<>a of occasional evening! i meetings so that husbands of mem- j I hers, and working members may i | have a part in the I'. D. C. activities. • is an innovation this year, and Tues- < day r-VfijiiiL,'- :i!'!:iir [n',i\vi! lit' 1 Han . a highly «uc(-e-st ul one. A l>..un- toons pntbi'-k dinner \\as sir\'d at ii:.!'> in the aaiden. The h.i~ti'<s. ||,.. f,,rmer Mi~- Alma oi'i'iitf, is tine o!' sfvn si^tei-a who joined I'nited I )aimhti'! s nt Confederacy together se\era! >(MIS ai4o; l'i\'e ot' t be seven survive, and "iif of the live besides .Mr--. W"||s, Mis. II. X. Graham, was present. Those sinning .Mr. ami Mis. \\-ell<'' guest book wete M"<>i's. and M«'S- daiiKs K. I'. Gilisnn. l.af.'iyctte t'.anes. l,(e Schamblm, Albeit Ruach. llalpli l\-reisci. A. K. llit.lieock, l-:i- mer B. Harvey, llairv i '. Gardner, .1. H. 'Dermoily. Cliail.-s Medlock. S. I-'. \VelH. T:. X. Graham and Mfs- '• dames Yi-ha Hunch A. T. Bunch, \V. .1. Adkisson. Gloanab Ball Rt-han,. l.oui lla Rash. Lelia A. Ruaa-. Walter Clyde Buaas. Fred T\\ issclma n. Marv Clayton, O. M. Armstrong, Kmmett Henley, Agatha f ildham. M. K. Alackey. Gcorue A'alcncia. I'd Hose. ; (Jlendora Hargus. *'ari'l>n T^^e. .1. !•'. Mullen. I'Mgar Wasem". Xouell R. , I'nderwool, Claude Minner, Misses Carol Ann Kreiser. and Xelhcih Roydstun. Gus F. Gammon, Fred Kp- person, and 11. <;. Pearson. Anyone who hn« BVM- liaH Pin-Wnrm» knowR how tormenting and embarra*8tn£ this affliction can be. and how hard it i* to eliminate the ugly crawling creatures once they get a foothold inaide the body. Millions of people—rich and poor, children and grrown-ups—have suffered in «i- lence with the miseries of Pin-Worms, and doctors have tried for years to find a WBT to deal with this pest. Old-fashioned worm "syrups" usually don't work on Pin-Worrn*. Today, thanks to an important sctentifia discovery (a remarkable drag known all gentian violet), a. new ami highly efftrtiv* treatment has been hailed by doctors. Thi» druR is the vital element in P-W, the new Pin-Worm tablets developed by the lahpra- toriw of Dr. D. Jayne & Son. America's leading specialists in worm medicines. P-W makes it easy tn deal with Pin- Worms. The small, convenient P-W tablets act in a special way to destroy th« creatures. Uon't'take chances with Pin- Worms ! Just ask your drnnKist for P-W, and be sure to follow the directions. P-W means Pin-Worm relief 1 CREAM H I AS LOW AS 4? a pint Cold Preparations as. directed' Always delicioui. YOU make omy flavor in 2 minutes. Pleas* ask your grocer for LOflDOflDeRRy 835 Howard Slre«l, Son Froneiieo J, Collf. You'll be seeing more of our Carol Evans dresses, es- pecially selected for you from the smartest New York styles. Our opening fall collection alone is enough to widen your eyes! Look for luscious colors . . . spar- kling sequin touches . . . softly tailored lines. You'll be saying, too, Carol Evans dresses are a fashion find.
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