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Tools of Education Will Provide Theme of P. T. A. Plans for the new year with special* emphasis on the first meeting to be held Tuesday at 8 p. m. in room 117, Junior College building, occupied members of the executive board of Bakersfleld High School and Junior College Parent-Teacher- Student Association recently. The meeting, first of this year, \vas held at the home of the president, Mrs. R. B. Hutcheson, 2427 Nineteenth street, in connection with ft potluck luncheon. A b membership campaign to bd launched this month and closed in the late fall was planned. Study Kroup activities were discussed. In connection with the first meeting, paronts of new students are especially invited, as information of interest to new students will be forthcoming. Teachers . and counselors »vilUbe present. Full program for the year was announced as follows: September 29, "Information for Orientation," student-faculty panel; chairman, Joanne Richards; hosts, high school and junior college counseling staff; committees represented, hospitality and current education. ' October 17, "Mathematics—A Tool foe Clear Thinking"; chairman, Mrs. Laura G. Heyd; hosts, mathematics and drawing teachers; committee, School education. November 21, "English, a Tool for Mutual Understanding"; student representatives of English, dramatics and public speaking classes will present modes of communication; chairman, Miss Margaret Levinson; hosts, high school and junior college English faculty; committee, human relationships. January 16, "A Challenge for Courageous Actions," speaker on youth problems; chairman, Miss Bonnye Deal; hosts boys' and girls' physical education staff; committees, juvenile protection and recreation, and mental and social hygiene. February 20, "Founder's Day, R Musical Tribute," program by school music department; chairman, Miss Grace Bird; hosts, P. T. A. hospitality committee; committee, music. March 20, "Foreign Language, a Tool for Good Will," student representatives of foreign language fields; chairman. Miss Ysabel Forker; hosts, foreign language and art department teachers; committee, world relation chip. April 17, "Social Sicence, a Tool for Good Government," town meet Ing program, by students of social science department; chairman, Miss Eleanor Frater; *iosts, teachers of eoclal science; committee, citizen ehlp. May 15, "Clear Thinking Inspires," fcuest speaker; chairman, Edwin Hemmerling; hosts, science depart ment; committee, character education. Assisting Mrs. Hutcheson on the executive board are Mrs. G. O. Suman, first vice-president; Mrs. E. S Pickett, second vice-president; Mrs. Earle V. Parker, secretary; Miss Eve- ATTENTION, CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS! Are you properly equipped for the treat baltle ahead? "Stand therefore, having your loina girt about \vlth truth, and having on the breastplate of rleMeousneBs: and your feet shod with the preparation of the Koupei of peace; Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery dart* of the wicked. And take the helmet of nalvatlon. and the iword of the spirit, which in the word of (Jod; praying al- waya with all prayer and supplication in the spirit, and watchinK thereunto with all perseverance and anppllcatlon for all •alntH."—Eph. 6:14-18. Do yoj have unity in your conffresra- tion? No congregation can be successful aa a soul gavlnK atatlon where division or gchiums exist. "And the elory which thou Kaveat me I have given them; that they may be one. even HS we are one: I In them, and thou in me, ttiat they may be made perfect In one: and that the world may know that thou haat nent me. and ha»t loved them, as thou haat loved mo."—John 17:22-113. "Now I begeech you. brethren, by the name nf our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye (ill speak the name thing, and that there be no divisions among you: but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment."—First Cor. 1:10. Do you worry about temporal things, and pla?e your financial interests first? We have promise of the life that now Is, and of that which is to come. For proof read Halt. 6:24-3:;, and First Timothy 4:8. "But seek ye first the kingdom of Ood, and His righteousness: and all these things shall be added unto you." Matt. 6:33. "Be careful for nothing; but In every thing hy prayer and supplication with thanksgivin:; let your reauests be made known unto God."—Phillpplans 4:6. Do you have free access to the throne of God. and receive quick answers to your prayers? "God is a Spirit: and they thnt worship Him must worship Him in spirit and In truth."—John 4:24. "For the kingdom of flod Is not meat and drink: but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost." — Rom. 14:17. "The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: neither shall they say, Lo here I or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God Is within you."—Luke 17:20-21. "Know ye not that ye Ae the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelltth In you? If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God Is holy, which temple ye are."—First Cor. 3:1617. See also First Cor. 6:19 and Second Cor. 6:16. Since God is a Spirit, we can contact God only through the spirit, and our spoken words have no effect on God. it Is only through the spirit that we reach God. and to have success In our pray- *lng we should follow the Instructions of Jesus and go In secret, where we can contact God through the spirit, and there make known to God our requests. Will the reader not join us In secret prayer through the spirit, that God might destroy the power of the forces of darkness and give quick victory to the forces of liberation, thereby savlnc as many lives as possible, and open all countries for the nospel of peace? Send us your name and address on a postal card for free literature. "AND YE SHALL KNOW THK TRUTH. AND THE TRUTH SHALL MAKE YOU FREE."—John 8:32. PROSPERITY LEAGUE. 2012 JEFFERSON STREET BLUEFIELD. WEST VIRGINIA Note—This advertisement first appeared in Bluefleld Dally Telegraph .'jine 4. 1944. approximately 48 hours . before Amerlcn troops landed In France. WELCOME, FRIENDS! SUNDAY 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. HEAR PASTOR Paul F. Cook AT THB Southside Assembly of God 930 L Street WOMEN'S 9afeer0fte(H CalifOtnian Saturday, September 16, 1944 HKADS BUSY GROUP—Arrangements were tniule for eight special prognims during the 1944-1045 season when executive huard of Rak- er.sficld High School and Junior College Piiront-Teacher-Htudent As- ciatlun convened i-ccently at the home of Mrs. R. B. Hutcheson, president, How studies of the curriculum are tools for constructive living will be brought out in the series. lyn Schilling, corresponding socre- tary; Mrs. VV. 1>. Wiley, treasurer; Mrs. Don Harrison, auditor; Mrs. L. G. Fell, parliamentarian; Mrs. Edith Adolphson, historian; Leslie W. Hedge, principal; Dr. Thomas I... Nelson, superintendent; Miss Grave V. Bird, director of Bukersl'ield Junior College. Chairmen of standing committees are: Budget and finance, Mrs. W. L. Bradshaw; citizenship and legislation, Mrs. Harold T. Williams; emblems, Mrs. F. R. Merryman; Founder's Day, Miss Grace Bird; hospital- ship co-chairman, Mrs. K. S. Pick Mrs. E. L. Shatto; juvenile protection, Mrs. C. L,. Fraysher; life membership, Mrs. Ora Crawford; maga zines, Mrs. Rolla Grainger; member ship co-ochalrmcn, Mrs. E. S. Pickett, Mrs. Leon Huskey, Ben Evans; mental hygiene, Miss Bonnye Deal; music, Harold Bradley; parent education, Elmer Peery; public health co-chairmen, Mrs. J. A. Kleindienst, Mrs. C. E. Wakefield, Jr.; publicity, Mrs. J. C. Briscoe; publicity book, Mrs. E. J. Hageman; school education; Leslie W. Hedge; war service and recreation, Mrs. Eurle V. Parker; ways and means co-chairmen, Mrs. AV. C. Ridgeway and Mrs. Lowrey J. Pope. Two Delano Women Honored at Party DELANO, Sept. 16.—Co-hostesses at a surprise house warming for Mrs. Delbert L. Harris, .and a surprise birthday handkerchief shower for Mrs. Robert Henry lliott, Jr., were Mesdames Clarence Hardy and Marion Smith at the country home of Mrs. Harris on the Porterville highway east of town. Present with Mesdarnes Harris and Hiett were. Mesdames Cleo Schriven, E. M. Smith, Carl Stone, and the hostesses. Discuss Fall I'lans Kappa Delta Phi sorority met re- ently at the home of Mrs. Don Lawson, 2500 1'ark Way, to coin- ilete plans for a steak bake to be ld tonight at Golden Stale 1'ark. The sorority will also hold its annual fall luncheon Sunday, September 24, at Hotel Kl Tejon and a rummage sale is scheduled for September !JO at the corner of Baker street and California avenue. A letter was read during the meeting from Rleanor Terry, regional director, inviting the sorority :o attend a special meeting to be leld in Pomona September 26. Several of the members plan to attend. Reports were given on Inter- sorority activities and USO scrapbooks. At the conclusion of the mooting refreshments were served by .Mrs. Lawson and Mrs. G. K. AlcCormac. Members are: Charles Auetin C. K. Armlstpjitl Kenneth Dodcnhoff ("nil EBRers Harly llHi'ly Stanley Hnlh Walter .TacotiHon Karl Jensen Ditncttn Johnson. Vrefl Kaslino Robert Lankard Dnn Cwnvson (I. K. Mi Cnrtuno HnHHlimi J'HI inh rl.vilo I'll rr lino Kedicrn William \Vh.-i rl»n (Ji.-itrirp Wynu Kmll lYnnm- Jack Snillh rnrroll Williams Huth Yountr Ctmrles Zencs Mlsaes— Bcrnice Lan? Thelma Metcalf Barbara Shields * * * Visiting Whit leys 1'rivato First Class Paul C. DR- witt, of Mines Field, Los Angeles, was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Whitley, 2307 California avenue, this week. Private Dewitt was a former resident manager of a IOCH! paint store prior to his enlist- ine^iit. For Betrothed Couple A dinner p:irty was recently held at Bakersfiold Inn in honor of Miss Beverly McGregor, and her fiance, Corporal James O.scar Tomerlin. Miss McGregor Is the daughter of Mr. and Mis. F. C. McGregor, of San Luis Obispo, and Corporal Tomerlin is the son. of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Tomerlin. Corporal Tomerlin. who Is In the engineering office of H B-29 bombardment group at McCook, Neb., was here on a short visit. WAVE McGregor, seaman second class, is based at Inyokern and was home on her regular leave. Only members of the two families were in attendance. The Tomerlin's other son, Bill, is in Jacksonville, Fin., in the Naval V-ti program. He is in boot camp at present. In one month ho will report to Memphis, Tenn., for Id months training. * * * Oli-brut ion at Park Uillle and Bobby RouS recently entertained a grout) of playmates at McKinley Park at a wiener bake, the majority of the guests being members of the championship baseball team in the Pec-Wee League. The team was sponsored by Pioneer Mercantile Company. The evening was spent playing baseball and football, Participating were: <:;iris— Bnrliam Hen- Patrice Kelly tlricks Theresa Louise KvaiiKdlne Steel Hems ill!'. Kdward Rons Boys— Ronnie Kavern Jimmie Piper Hill Taylor I'.ny Wllcox Alvin Kirklnnd Wesley Houpo Hmltly Mcol .hi'-k .Mrl'ornink Ai'Kit: Smith K-lilir> Houa Johnnie Hous TWILIGHT RITES UNITE COUPLE MISS COMPTON BRIDE OF AVIATION METALSMITH Colleges Reclaiming Kern Girls as Schools Reopen By ALICE ROSSI AT FIRST SIGN OF A USEOOU Cold Preparations as. directed While the majority of the boys are going into the various branches of the armed forces, V for victory is being interpreted by young women of Bakersfield as V for volunteers in the services, V for vows as they becoine "Mrs. G. I. Joe," and V for vocational preparation, variety, and versatility as they trek back to the colleges and universities of the state. Among those who are going to school in order to be prepared for the aftermath are Miss Dixie Brittan and Miss Marilyn Rakow. Miss Brittan, the daughter of Mrs. M. G. Brittan, of Stockdale, entered the University of Southern California in July In preparation for ber ambition of becoming a teacher. She is taking an art and science course. Miss Brittan was graduated from Bakersfield High School in 1943 and attended one year at the local junior college. Studying to become a certified public accountant, Miss Rakow recently entered her second year at Oregon University, where she is affiliated with Delta Delta Delta sorority. The young student is an alumna of East Bakersfield High School. She is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Rakow, 2SSB Arroyita. Among those who will enter San Jose State in October are Miss Virginia Proctor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Proctor, 819 Lincoln street, and Miss Betty Menderhau- sen. Miss Proctor will major in personnel management. She was graduated from Bakersfield High School and also Bakersfield Junior College. Advertising is the major of Miss Menderhausen. She is also an alumna of the west side high school. Miss Pat Rhodes will also enter San Jose State this fall, it was reported. YOUTH'S VIEWPOINT in Revival Preaching and Gospel Melodies Evangelists DELBERT-TURNER JOHN JENNISON Every Night at 8:00 P. M. Faith Tabernacle Height and Nelson Streets, East Bakersfield WHERE JESUS IS REAL 11 A..M.—Morning Worship "The Leaning Pilgrim" REVEREND W. E. LONG 8 P. M.—Outdoor Service "God's Valuation" KERN—9 A. M. and 10 P. M. L. L. DAVIES, ASSOCIATE Full Gospel Tabernacle While Lieutenant Bard Suverkrop, of the United States Army Air Forces, based in England, carries out his duties as a co-pilot on a B24, his wife, the former Sylvia Fanucchi, will continue her college training at the University of California in Berkeley this year. Mrs. Suverkrop will enter as a junior and hopes to become a social welfare worker. She was graduated from Baker,sfield High School and Junior College. To become a writer Is the ambition of Miss Mary Elta Martin, a Bakersfield High School and Junior College graduate. Miss Martin Is majoring in English literature. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Martin of this city. "She hopes to be a dietician," said Mrs. W. V. Freeman, 2215 A street, in speaking of her daughter, Miss Dolores Freeman. Miss Freeman, an alumna of the local high school and junior college, is at the University of California, Berkeley. Among others who are either at tending "Cal," or will enter in the next term, are Misses Ruth Richards, Gladys Russell, Grace Mary Dart, Barbara Trogdon, Carolyn Monroe, Anna Orr, Beverly Rinker, Katherlne Wakefleld, Mary Ann Russell and Louise Schwartz. At University of California, Los Angeles, are Misses Betty AdamSj Mildred O'Grady, Wilma Tieck, Phyl Us Mettler, while Misses Betty Gaines, Betty Jean Curran and Joy Simos attend classes at University of Southern California. Stanford has been the choice of Misses Patricia Robinson, Connie Frank, and Marilyn llickman, while Misses Katy Bone and Elaine Han son chose Fresno State. Miss Carmen Bertolucci will again enter Los Angeles City College this year. Those who will attend out of-state colleges include Miss Shirley Bauman, University of Oregon; and Misses Shirley and Joanne Richards, University of Colorado and Colorado College, respectively. As nico In the country aa It Is in th city. And you i-an wear tho blouso insid the BKirt or outside—depi'liilinK on hn\v you fc<>l aimul it The wide-lieltrd. ful skirt is alno a beauty to wear with f sunhalter. Pattern N'o. 8501 Is in iiizps 10. 1^, 14 1C. IS and 20. Size 12, skirt alone, re quires 2 yards of 3^-int'h material; blouse Bhort HloevRM. 176 yards. The Hinurt now Ismie of the midnurmner style hook—Kashlon—hus H2 pasos of cool- hiokinc, rri^p new sportswear anil flttminer day frocks and accessories. Order your copy now. Price 15 cents. ClUHdl \VKUDING—The Rev- croud 1'. X. llicli 1 rt ivc-rntly performed a double ring ceremony uniting his daughter. Miss Evelyn llicljert, and Carroll C. Austin, of the United States Navy. The couple will live at 925 Water street. Father of Bride Reads Ceremony A wedding of interest was that minus Miss Evelyn lliebt'rt, the laughter of the Uuvorcnd and Mrs. . N. llii-bcrt, SiilS Jewett Lane, to Carroll C. Austin, musician first •lass, United States Navy, the dou- lie ring ceremony being performed y the bride's father. The- young ooplu were married August t!S in Mennonite Brethren Church, of which the Reverend Mr. liiebert is he pastor. The bride Is an alumna of Bakersfield High School r.nd was graduated rom Bakersfield Junior College. Her lusband was employed in the local lost office prior to entering the lavy. He was affiliated with the Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra and a now in the navy band. The mu slcian recently returned from two and one-half years of service in the south Pacific. The couple took a wedding trip to the southern part o£ California. The bridegroom is now at Port Hueneme. They will establish their home at 925 Water street. Faculty Wives Club Inaugurates Year Begins Twentieth Season at Successful Gathering Marking the beginning of the twentieth anniversary year of the Faculty Wives Club, more tH.an 145 members and their husbands gath ered recently in Jefferson Park for a potluck picnic, which has become the traditional opening of the fal calendar for the group. Anniversary congratulations were delivered to the club membership by Mrs. Ben Evans president, who also welcomed the guests and introduced new members and their husbands. New members and husbands pre sented were Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Tait, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scott, all of Bak ersfield High School; Mr. and Mrs Neal Lohman, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Burston and Robert Jellison, of East Bakersfield High School, and Mr and Mrs. Noel Glasgow of McFar land. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mognis of Bakersfield High School, were unable to be present. Members of tht Faculty Wives. Club executive board completed ar rangements for the picnic, setting tho tables with guy bowls of fruits and greenery, planning the menu and hostessing the affair. Board members, in addition to Mrs. Evans are: Mesdarnes J. M. Christensen, Ben Kellner, Arthur Shearer, Avery King, Dwlght Griffith, Cecil Bow man, Grant Jensen and Leonard F Tate. Miss Keough Opening English Closs Monday Proper use of words and the fun damentals of English grammar and diction will be stressed in the Eng llsh course to be held Monday eve nings, beginning September 18 under auspices of the University of California extension division. To be taught by Miss Edm Keough, English teacher at Bakers field High School, the course wil be conducted in room 21S of the Bakersfield Junior College building at 7 p. m. Monday evenings. Firs class meeting will be next Mondaj night, September 18. Registration for the course will bo hold at thai time, Miss, Keough slated. The course carries two units o! upper division, or graduate credit at the University of California ii desired. There will be a fee foi the course. All who are Interestcc are requested to be present Mon day night, if possible. Before close friends and relatives t a. twiliuhr corcmony Saturday at o'clock, Miss Mary Compton, langhti'i- of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. "onipton of San Pedro, became the i >ride of Jack Cramer, aviation j netalsmith, first class, at Little Chapel of Sai-red Memories. The r tevercnd N. A. Chri.stensen per- I urmed the double ring ceremony. j Tho bride chose for hrr wedding j gown a droi-ian cut white Jcrsev York with draped bodice and long rain worn with a finger-tip veil. Her only piece of Jewelry was n jlexi-glnss star pendant, made by he bridi'gtoom while be was sta- inned in tin 1 south Pacific. She carried a large bouquet of white ladloll and was given in marriage i.v her father. I'a.stol colors of ladioli and palms wore used In church decorations. Serving Miss Compton as maid if honor was her sislr-r. Miss Lcorn 'ompton, who wore a pale lavender •iilorcd gown with lace inserts in .he full skirt. She carried a bouquet >f shell pink^astors. A. W. Chapman, iviation rnemlsmith. first class, who enlisted with the bridegroom and served with him in the south Pacific, was best man. Mrs. Jack Sjogren of Vallejo served as bride's attendant. She ivore a pale blue gown with fitted lodice and gathered skirt. Her COB- tume was also completed with a bouquet of Kholl pink asters. Private Donald Compton, brother of the :>rido, came from Camp San Luis Obispo to net as usher. Mrs. Complon wore a long black ,,-own with elbow-length gloves and a velvet hiit completing her ensemble. Her corsage was of white gardenias. Tho bridegroom's mother wore a black suit also complimented by a white gardenia corsage. Black bag, hat and slippers completed her costume. A wedding dinner was served immediately following the ceremony in the palm room of Bakersfleld Inn. A two tier wedding cake, topped with a miniature sailor and bride, was sliced and served. The couple left for a few days' wedding trip in the south. For her going away costume, Mrs. Cramer chose a lavender suit-dress, worn with black accessories. Attending the reception besides members of the bridal party were Messrs, and Mesdamea B. J. Compton of San Pedro, P. E. Cramer; L. T. Sharp and Pierre Racine of Los Angeles; W. F. Kennard and Wiley Chapman; Mesdames F. W. Kampe; and A. W. Chapman of San Diego; Misses Dorothy Christopher, Elva Surgener and Viola Chapman and Mr. Ed Richardson. The bride is a graduate of Bakersfield High School and Junior College. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Cramer of Bakersfield, is also a graduate of local schools. He just returned from 18 months' service with the navy on Guadalcanal. Among his hobbies is gas model airplanes; he was a member of Bnkersfield Gaa Model Airplane Association before enlisting in- the navy. lie is mAv stationed at LOB Alamitos naval air base. CadeTWiveTWill Hear Two Speakers Mrs. Newton H. Crumley, wife of tho commanding officer of Minter Field, and Chaplain Hugh List, also of Minter Field, will speak to the cadet wives at a meeting of the group to be held Tuesday The meet- Ing will be held at 7:30 p. m. at Bakersfield Woman's Club. The new wives of class 45-A will be guests at a dinner to be given by the cadet wives of class 4-1-K during the early part of the evening. All wives are cordially invited to attend. Dick Saundcrs, a junior, entertained with several magic tricks. To a Laboring Man who wants a belter job Now is the time to look for a Rood job with a permanent company Southern Pacific *ns such a lob for vou. working In the railroad shop« or yards . cleaning up, keeping things In order. You'll see the "Inside" of railroading, see locomotives torn down, see railroad equipment being repaired, be a part of a big team. If you want to get ahead, plenty of opportunity If you pitch In. New. higher railroad pay. Fine penplan plnn. Railroad pass privileges. Medical serv.ices. A good enng to work with. Above all, a Job with a big, permanent company. Look Into this right now . . . 1oln up with S. P. and help us keep th« war freights rolling. See or Write B. W. MITCHELL S. P. Station. BahersHeld. or vour nearest S. P. Agent LIST COMMITTEES FOR SISTERHOOD FIRST MEETING OF FALL HELD AT BIERMAN HOME \VP:n AT CHAPEL—At Little Chnpol of Sacred Memories Sunday at 1 p. in.. Miss Mary Comp- ttin became the bride nf .luck Cramer, ii.via.timi niftalHiiiith with the Tnited Slates Xavy. The Methodist wedding vows wcM'O recited before the Knvereiid A N. Christcnsen, panlur, preceding a small reception. Faculty Members Dine at Gurr Home Business and pleasure were combined when East Bakersfleld Hiph School faculty members held an informal dinner and business meeting at the home of Mrs. George Gurr. 2525 Avenda Escuela Thursday night. Problems common to teachers and administrative staff of the school were discussed, with Principal Kenneth W. llicli as chairman. Mrs. Lucille Robert, chairman of (ho affair, was assisted by faculty members Miss Alice Kendall, Miss Juanita Booth, Miss Kay Honan. Miss Margaret Martinson and Mrs. Klsa Pierce, in the preparation of the informal outdoor dinner. Miss Christina MacKellar, Miss Margaret Schilling, Lester Engelson and James Tinkle served on the cleanup committee. NUMBER WRONG Bakersfield's Danish Lodge, to be host to the state Brotherhood in October, is Lodge No. 319, not No. 31, as erroneously printed. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT For this attractive pattern, send 20 cents in coins, with your name. uddrr-HH. imt- tern number and ulzo to The. Makcrrt/it'lii Californian Today's Pattern ticrvicc, 709 Mission Street. Ban Francisco i. T»ne in Sunday* The Oid Fashioned Revival Hour KPMC 11-11 P. M. International Cunpel Broadcast Chatlra K. Fuller nirettur Vote for NOEL S. O. Misemer Dillashaw Reildent of dUtrlct 12 yrar*. 3 yemn Instructor Standard School nbopl. 10 M-»r« Inolructor Kern County L'nlon Ililh School §hop». 6 rrari operating my own (hop at 117 Arvln vtrect In Highland Park. 9 jrnrn drputy a»»f»*ur, city of Hakrmfirld. 11 jf»r« apmiHtant »uurrintendent San Joaquln Comprm and Warcbnuiie lomuunj, Ueurdslfl. DIRECTORS North of tho Hlv«r Sanitary District Election September 18 Standing committees wore announced for the new ye-^r when B'N'ai Jacob Sisterhood convened for its opening fall meeting recently at the home of Mra. M. Rierman. nc- rnrdlng to Mrs. Manuel Rubin, president. The committee members Include: Ways and means, Mrs. M. "Wlodnmn. chairman, assisted by Mesdames Morris Himovitz and Morris Lab;t; program and entertainment, Mis Henry Bernard: membership and courtesy, Mrs. Harold Ztmmenran, chairman, assisted by Mesdames Jack Levy and Morris Laba; education and Sunday school, Mrs. 11. L. Klakoff; and USO, Mrs. B. Bierman. Other committee members are: Dec-oral ions. Mrs. Jack Levy; publicity, Mrs. H. L. Klakoff; telephone, Mpsdames Stanley Brown and M. Hiorman; and Army and Navy Committee of Jewish Welfare Board, Mrs. M. Bin-man. Kabbi Jacob Levy and Louis Orluff, president of the congregation ir.Nai Jacob, addressed the meeting. indicating; redecoration needs of B'Nai Jacob temple, which has just been renovated. Plans were formulated for the rededication of the temple, aa well as details planned for extending home hospitality to the members of the armed forces. There will be a temple kitchen shower in the near future, Mrs. Henry Bernard, chairman, announced. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the conclusio not the meeting. A. M. S. Group Hears Dr. To it in Military Talk Associated Men Students of Bak- ersfleld Junior College, at a recent meeting were addressed by Dr. Arthur Tail, adviser of military affairs. Doctor Tait Informed the men on recent developments in military programs. There was a discussion on a possible limited athletic program for this year. Other business included information on part-time employment, and male support of the student body play. FORMU LA 70.r.Watch^ry skin become smoother, softer quickly with the regular use of Botany Lanolin Formula 70. Richer in lanolin, the precious oil that helps maintain oil balance. Knead it gently Into your skin once or twice a week and "Feel the Difference." $1.25; $2. Kimball & Stone "The Particular Druggists" EIGHTEENTH and CHESTER "In the Sill Building" You mov find this it*m ^Victory Pockad.'; but lh« quoMty rsmolni unchanged. 1 •tlltl Mil Ml ' ' OUMTY ASSOCIATION SEASON TICKETS for 1944-1945 Now on Sale Tracy's Music Store 1623 Nineteenth Street Tickets at $12.50, $10.50, S8.50, $6.50 Students: $8.25, $7.25, $6.25, $5.25 Mail Orders Also Accepted Including Tax DR. DAYMAN'S SMALL ANIMAL HOSPITAL Bakersfield's Newest Small Animal Hospital Medical and Surgical Treatment Kind, Individual Attention 2007 Niles Street Phone 2-0675

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