The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 15, 1944 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 15, 1944
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4 Friday, September 15, 1944 IN THE FUR EVERYONE LOVES! SILVER OMBRE-DYED CONEY j j; that's the luxurioui fur everyone loves. And no wonder ;;; when it's as beautifully styled as this tuxedo — with a super abundance of sweep and deep, deep turn-back cuffs. EXCEPTIONAL AT $ 77 MM 20% Excite Tax $5.00 Down holds your coat 'til Nov. 15th; Tho rest in easy paym«nt«! M ontgomery Ward Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone 7-7871 "Where Parking Is Easier" Workers Plan USO Function A cay orrnsi'in of the week end \\ill be the party at USO hall Saturday evening, sponsmed by I,m-k- heed personnel. Special surprises are in More for the participants.' .Mrs. .Mary Chambers Is in fliargi; of the junior hostesses dvriiiR the evening and .Mis. Adelaide Bailoy, of refreshments and decorations. A I ."SO caravaa trip will also be made Saturday to Mojave marine base, it was announced by Miss Dorothy iloAdam, of the I'SO. Buses will leave at ti p. m., Saturday. Cirls wishing to po are requested to call Mrs. (Jenevleve Yiertluiler, 6-iilL'4. \\. R. (. CAKI> PARTY Wommi's Itelief Corps will entertain at ;i card party Saturday nicht at 8 P. m.. in Memorial ball. Five hundred will be played. Mrs. Kinlly liny is chairman of arran Stone-Russell Betrothal Told at Open House Party ALL-FLOCK ALL-PURPOSE MASH Through Any "Joaquin" Dealer or at Our Warehouse A-P-A-P MASH is good for poultry of all ages—and is strictly a pure mash. The manufacturers recommend feeding scratch separate. Thus the feeder pays mash prices for mash and affords feeding correct si/e scratch to poultry at various stages. For More Details, See Us! In the meantime, plan on feeding A-F-A-I' mash to your poultry now! SAN JOAQUIN GRAIN CO. Fourteenth and D Streets Dial 9-9284 One <if Hip < ]e\er (iniionncemeiit patties of the. week and one which iiuolved a popular younif couple \\as thiil. revealing tho hp- trothal of Miss Koina Stono to llowaril J. nnssoll, holil in connection with open house at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woods Stonp., parents of the bride-elect in Shorter. The news was contained on small "extras" or special editions, distributed to the Riipsts by Miss Xancy Bersen. niece of Miss Stonp. The release added that the couple expect to have a garden wedding Sunday, October 1. at the bride's honio (unless prevented by rain.l Mrs. \Valter Rei'ffen and Mrs. Robert Roric, sl.«ters of Miss Stone, presided as hostesses, and Mrs. Otis r'iepenln ink and Mrs. Fred Stone, aunts, poured at the tea table. The bride-elect attended \Vaseo llluli School, where she wa.s student body president, editor of the year- lioulc and a graduate, with matina cum lauiic. 1'pon entering Rakers- field Junior College, she became editor of the TJencKade Rip and was graduated as an honor student. She continued her studies at University of California, being news editor of the Daily Cal, campus newspaper. She was graduated in February of last year as a journalism major. Miss Stone's fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. S L,. Russell, 515 AVash- inslon street, Oildale. attended Standard School. Bakersfield Hiph School and RaUersficld Junior Collece. He was active in basketball and baseball at all three. He entered the army air corps in 1941', received his commission as second lieutenant in June of 19'I.T, and was Kivon a medical discharge in February. 1944. \ Those who attended open house were Messrs, and Mcsdames I>. A. Anderson, R. L.. Augustus, Walter I... HerKcn, William Cioert/cn, John Crumbles, J). R. Gwin. H. C. liar- — Photo tiy ttoemert PLANS GARDEN WEDDING— Attractive Roma Stone, who will wed Howard J. Russell October 1, plans a garden wedding at the home of her parents, Mr. and Airs. Woods Stone in Shafter. rington, Al Heckort, AVllllatn Milde- brand, K. A'. Kattenhorn, Hilmer Xelson, Otis Piepenbrink, Ivan Stone, Frank C. Wiebe, Paul WIebe, the Reverend and Mrs. K. M. Anderson: Mesdames Victoria Caldwell, Robert Gates. T.ouis Homfold, Darrell Jan-, Milton I,ohr. Robert S. Rorick, (.ester 11. Smith. Murray Stark. Kli/.a ,T. Stcnie. l-'red Stone, Messrs. I'. J. Ruller, John Clark. Lawrence Kattenhorn, Norman I'iepenbriuk. Howard J. Russell: Misses Shirley Mao AiiKHsius. Margaret Kattenhorn, Norma [,ohr, Mabel F. ilain and Winifred Wielie. Popular Kern Miss Weds Lieutenant Miss Curron Is Bride at Attractive Home Rites PEANUT BUTTER With close friends and family gathered in her home, Miss Anita Cut-run, young popular miss and member of a well known Bakersfleld family, became the bride of Lieutenant Robert Warren Ryrholm, of Arlington, Mass., at 8 p. m. Saturday, with The Revr end N. A. Christensen, of First Methodist Church, performing the single ring ceremony. Mrs. Ryrholm is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Curran, of 2113 Eureka street, and Lieutenant Ryr- holm's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ryrholm are residents of Arlington, Mass. At present, the bridegroom is stationed at Victorville Army Air Base, flying an AT-11. The couple will reside in Wrightwood, Calif., near Victorville. A pale pink two-piece dress, worn with black pumps was the costume chosen by the bride. She carried a bouquet of gardenias and pale pink roses, with a spray of roses in her hair. Miss Virginia Proctor attended Mrs. Ryrholm as maid-of-honor. Miss Proctor was attired in a soldier blue crepe dress and had white flowers in her hair. Acting as best man to Lieutenant Ryrholrn was Flight Officer Donald Eugene Stickler, of Bakersfield, now stationed at Victorville. Mr. Curran gave the bride In marriage. Mrs. Cumin was attired in a navy blue dross with a while lace collar, and was presented with a gardenia corsage. Mrs. JatncH Curran. Mrs. Ryr- holm's grandmother, also had a gardenia corsage on her 'powder blue and white print. Table decorations included a three- tier wedding cake adorned by a model of a bride and army officer, and flanked by four white candles on each side of the cake. Mrs. Ryrholrn, a graduate of Bak- er.sfield High School, and Bakersfield Junior College, has been active in many local clubs and organization. The bridegroom was a student at Northeastern University In Boston before reporting for duty with the air corps. Approximately 23 guests attended the ceremoney including: Messrs and Mesdames O. L. North. Robert Klausner, Frank Curran, and James Curran; Mesdames Hugh Curran, Robert Curran, Arthur Curran, Katherine Ravy. and Valentine Gore; Misses Betty Menderhausen, Carmen Kcrtolucci, Betty Adams, Marye Ann North, Shirley Curran, Sally Curran and Miki Jaynes; Messrs James Curran, Ernie Oldham, Otho George, and Lieutenant Walter Baceski; and Little Miss Carolyn Curran. AUTUMN BRIDE—Tn the presence of more than a score of persons, mostly relatives. Miss Anita Curran became the bride of Lieutenant Robert Warren Ryrholm recently. The rites were held at the bride's home, 21'3 Eureka street. Kern River Group Plans Conference Featuring an address by Miss -As- trld Peterson, who has been repatriated from Ipln Girls' School, located In west China, the nineteenth annual fall conference of Woman's Baptist Mission Society of the Kern River Association will be held be- Kinning at 10 a. in. Tuesday in First Baplist Church. The morning session with th theme "Thy Peace" will open will devotions by .Mrs. Frank "U'iebe, f<i lowed by a welcoming address b; Mrs. H. H. Kike, and response b Mrs. T. A. Schmidt. A duet, "Sweet Peace, (lie C,ift o Cod's Love," will he. presented b the Reverend and Mrs. Sam Kleit sasser and Mrs. S. J. F.ates. th .state society's first vice-president will officiate during the presenuitio: of the love gift. "O Love of God" will be prcsente by Mesdames Claude Bradford, H. .1 Lorenz and P. A. Schmidt. Mrs. L A. Mayer, state home missions vice president, will discuss home mil- sions. after which the presentatio n[ missionary education seals wi' be made by Mrs. Louis P. Jensen state president. The president urges the attendanc. of all circle chairmen at the confer ence with the local presidents; th directors of work are anxious t have all the circle directors as we! as those from the local churches at tend, it was announced. MONEY CAN'T BUY aspirin' faster-acting, more dependable than genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin world ii largest seller at IfV. Why pay more? Big 100 tablet size for only 3 POULTRY We«k-End Specials RED FRYERS » 38' BROILERS »38' FAT HENS O3< ABOVE PRICES LIVE WEIGHT brawn Weight Slightly Higher BAKERSFIELD CHICKEN SHOP Twenty-fourth and M Streets Phone 7-7924 SORRY~-NO DELIVERIES SEE SONNY TUFTS IN PARAMOUNT'S "I LOVE A SOLDIER" How do you rate with Sonny Tufts? Step right up, folks — here's your chance to play M. J. B.'s intriguing Coffee Quiz game with one of Hollywood's handsomest male stars! Try your hand at answering the questions about coffee printed below. Then check your score against Sonny Tufts'. • (Correct answers appear at lower right.) Q. About how many cups of coffee do Americans drink every year? D 24 billion D 10 billion Q 60 billion • Q. What color is the coffee berry when it is fully ripe? Q yellow PI reddish purple [D green Q. M. J. B.'s double blending process results in.~ !""] more cups per pot P") shorter brewing I I unvarying, uniform fine flavor Q. The first coffee house was established in Constantinople in the year... D '632 D '554 Q 1467 <.x*"" *ee (Sonny Tufts tmtwered ) out of 4 questions correctly in the above Coffee Quiz. Correct answers, in order, are: 60 billion; reddish purple; unvarying, uniform fine flavor; 1554.) M. J. B* is grand coffee—a full-flavored, mellow blend we guarantee you'll like. To safeguard freshness and flavor, every pound of M. J. B. comes to you vacuum-packed in glass (M. J. B. is sold no other way) and we use the highest vacuum of any coffee. Try M. J. B.! Make your coffee with the same care you've used in the past... then you'll know— & fad, etp qf M/.ff. DouMe yew meney bo«k Iff yew e>nt agree It's the finest coffee you ever tasted I Mrs. E. A. Spencer Guest at Party Mis. K. A. Spencer, deputy El'eat rm/ahtmta.s or Jxirka\vamia Council* No. !.">•), was recently honored at a surprise party. Mrs. Spcnror is tho retiring rieputy or tho council. .Mrs. Hen OWPIIS presented the honoree with a Kilt from the council. A card party and luncheon wrc planned for October 3 with Mrs. Ellen Morlcy as chairman. The affair will be hold In Druids hall. An Indian carnival will be held hpre Tuesday. October 31. with Mrs. Adella Coffman, "U'enonah of the council, in charge of the party. " FollowinR tho business session refreshments wore served at tables decorated with rnariRolds. Mrs. Chester Trone and Mrs. Heather. Dale were co-chairmen. ©1944, LYONS-MAGNUS, INC. Have Your Eyes Examined Open a Charge Account CLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST ISO? Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 WE Buy Used Radios Earth's Radio and Appliance Co. 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