The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 15, 1944 · Page 6
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S Fridoy, September 15, 1944 jrfce Itahertffttto Calif — • — __ J ___^^_^__^_^>^ M ^»».»^_^_^^»^ ! 'i 'v * • -vs.-. ^ -fj' f.f- • -X :•'•>•- f,* v ; : . I • I m • * *:*. * •_ -X-:^ •X- v.v *_•_* ffl * * • . * . . -'. ^m i i ^ 4 F & ^m ^^g - •.:*:• >V.' #™ ^ V m m. . • * - * - - '-V r* ' - r- •«$*& .*.'. • 4 I - 1 ' ' F I •-,,-,-.,-.-, '-'.'. » 4 • I H * * * t- w • . f' -**- •*-.- r I • • i i F I ¥ F 4 4 • *.*. ,,, • I - r * ' * "^W ^ FALL A now assortment of newest fall slvles and shades. Short h and three-quarter le sleeves. Draped, gathered and lilted styles. Si/es 12-52. LOU SMART FALL STYLE rge ea \ rue \ election in slvic •*•' Tailored or fancy bow- (riniinod blouses. Siiort sleeves. IMnU, poudro Itliio, yellosv, \vhifp and ffowcred. Si/.es .",2-40. everv woman can wear ew- earner hades reen, others. 'imincu HI id, fust-Ilia OS ova ue NEW Si: Smartness for vonr fall wear! . , . • Moss green, royal blue, black, grey and maroon. Wrap-around and box in the latest stvles. Fullv lined. b *•' Sixes 11-11. us Tax lite, fabric and imitation top in andl envelop .style Popular shades lo wear wilb that new outfit. LADIES' SLIPS . . . Dainty la».'e tuul embroidery trimmed. Ten rose, white ami Hou'cred, Also tailored slips. All full cut: with gathered bodiee. Sixes :ii;-M. BROADCLOTH liulclu'r Boy and mnnni.sb styles. Collar mid short sleeves. HuUou waist trousers. Striped and floral designs. Sixes .'U-40. BED JACKET * Soft brushed rayon with tie collar and three-<nmrter length Nl<-eves. <'uf full for comfort. I>iisly rose ;iiid blue. Sixes, small, medium, iiirue. ADVANCE EVENT! SNOW SUITS Girls' 2 pcs. style Girls' and Boys' Wool top fleece suits thai are warm for \\inter wear. Fancy slilch trim. Matching honnet. Hoys' \vitli matching leggings and cap. Husf, l*lne, maroon and beige. Si/es 1-J. GIRLS' FALL COATS . S7 95 $12 95 JJerrJn^hoiic ;un? t\veeil ffoniflrhrca^Jcd hclh-d styles. (Mliers in princess styles, velvet trimmed colhir. Sixes ;; 1 1. Corduroy Jumper DRESSES Loo ;inlon/eu shrunk ijroadclo n in striptx eners. illei'iis. ixes 28- elal snap tast- Lon leeve line riMitMl knit shirt to wear J'or piny or work. * >ne iiocUet. P.rown aiul navy hlne. Sixes. >ni;ill. incdinni. lar^e. S([iiarc and X'-ncc-ks. l^til- Imi hack. (ialluTctl skirl. lloso, l>ro\vn, red, hlui\ Si/t's 7-11. Baby Bunting Sets \N'armlli Tor baby, nnished rayon in darliiiir styles. Hood cap cir hoinie( style. Sa tin HIM] ribbon trimmed. Ha by piuU, white and IHiiulre blue. BABY ROBE SET brushed coil'Mi anil or rihlum Irimmed, Pink ami blue. rayon oinbrnid Mulching boot DGOODS Hand Screened Jersey New shipment of In-atilil'til floral patterns in exciting shades. For that new fall dress. IW inches wide. FALL SUITING Striped brown mul given. l»U»jil for M-l drrws pants, overnUs nrid sport clothe*. .*>*» wide. on or inrhes Shoe Repair Dtpt. \ M«uanln« Floor x n Former Isabella Ranger Is in Army Tommy Stewart Stationed at Camp Roberts With Infantry IKKTvA, Sf>pt. l.~».™ Krii-nds of Toniiny Slf\v;irt, I'nrmerly assistant to I lander Hay Stevenson ot the l.'nitfd States Korest Service ransor KUitinn at Isabella, have learned that he in now in the, infantry division of i.he I'nited States army and located at Cam]) Roberts'. Mrs*. Stewart i.s living at 111"" Shasta, Oildale, with their -I-year-old daughter, Xaney. His fa!her, Claude Stewart, serving on the Conk Peal; lookout, niul his mother, serving 1 on the Oak Flat lookout, are carrying" on for him in the employ of the forest service and aiding the offieial.s of that department in licking the manpower short- I,or;il menihers of Uin fnrcht service report that only seven minor fin\s ha v<* be' -n experirnrfMl so fa tliis season. They say that three of these \veiv fa used h and four through human All of these fires were (.'Xliu^'nVh* d ht'for*! excessive damage \vas done beeause of quirk action on the part of lookouts and suppresinn crews recruited for the summer season. It was stated that the Kern river area was more free of fires this year than for many years past. Han KIT Stevenson announced all campers who intend to use public pastures iu the hitfh Sierras 1'or more than two days must first obtain permits from the forest service for such use. Me explained that this measure was found necessary heeause of the excessive use of the pastures. NAMKU TO HOARD Officers Installed by Taft American Legion Auxiliary AT CAMP ROBERTS — Tommy S|e\\art, formerly assistant to Vnited States Forest Rancor Hay Stevrns'tn. is now stationed at Camp Kt'oervs. \vhh tho infantry. Deal Pleads Guilty to Battery Charge TAKT, Sept. I',.— Dallas has been appointed to fill the vacancy created by the residual imi of Iviwrenre Packard on the Taft High School H<>anl of Trustees. 1M r. Miicb'-H is employed by l lie Standard oil Company. T.ee T. Deal, of StT 1 ^ Bocatur street, Oildale, entered a plea of Ruilty to a eliargo of assault and hat- ir-ry in the .Justice Court of tho Third Township before Judge Frank Xori- eira. yesterday, and was sentenced to ISO days hi prison with ISO days of tenii suspended. iio complaint was signed by Mrs. Tarn Joe Deal, his wife, who alleged that I teal beat her with a garden hose near their homo approximately two weeks ago. attaches of the court said today. Mary Adams, alias Mary Palmer. city, entered a pica of nuiKy to a chaise of keeping a. house of ill fame and wa.: fined SHKI in a docisi<ui handed down by Judye Xorie^a. TAFT. Sept. In.— A musieal pro- Kram and the seating of new offir*ers, marked the first fall ireetinp of the American I^eKion Auxiliary hold recently in T,r-^ion hail. New officers seated were Mrs. Ren Howell, president; JIrs, L. AV. Seymour, first viee-pre.«ident; Mrs. Ktliel I^ewis second vice-president; Mrs. Bertha Brooks, serpeant-nt- arnis; ^Irs. A'alarJe OianopolKs, mar- Hhal; Mrs. Charlotte Smith, chaplain; Mrs. Weaver Plitirmn. junior past president; Afrs, \Villiatn Potts, secretary; Mrs. Willla-.n Spence. musician, and Mrs. Blanel'.e Dickennon, historian. Mrs. William Spenee, music chair- inim, spoke of the desirability of an early start, in a child's music training. A program was presented by thf following children, under the direction of Mrs. Frrida Meachalu: Doris Jean llarnes, Danny Mixom, I )arlenn 1 la rues, I > auline JMeaciiam and Ivatlierine Trasl\. Uoutine business included a ve- port by Mrs. Nick Kilchak on tho Thursday evening meetings bold at the home of Mrs. tlmvell for the purpose of cutting out garments for distribution hy the chairman of the lied Cross; Mrs. Klsie Hoeffer spoke of the blood bank .-Mid that 19 persons had been taken to Rakcrsfield for this purpose; ]\lrs. Weaver Pittman announced that Mrs. Bert Hfg> was tbo winner in I he blanket I chib tlisl month; find Mrs. T^ona Titley roportfil on community service. Mrs. Mahle Greene, president of the Tehaehapi unit, was a guest at the meeting. Mrs. Nick Kitehak, Mrs. Elsie Hoffer, Mrs. K W. Seymour and Mrs. K. C). Feltmnn served refresii- menls, A j>ri'/o was won by Mrs. Hotter. BRITISH ANNIVERSARY T/)XDOX. Sept. i:». <£*)— A grateful I'-n^lajid conim^moratfil today tlie fourth annivtM'sary of the climax in tho Battle of Britain between tho 1 loyal Air Forco and the Merman Luftwaffe. On September 1". 1!Mn. tlie Hoyal Air Force shot down l$r\ (lenuau nirci'aft — the itirnin^ point in Hitler's f (' fort to 1'last. Kngland out of tho war. Taft Arminta Club Plans Annual Bazaar r TAFT, Sept. 15.—At a special meeting of the Arminta Club held^ In tho- i. O. O. F. hall recently, plans were made for the annual bazaar oil Xm-emher 1fi and for a merchant's lunch to replace the dinner usually held in conjunction with the bazaar. Mrs. Herbert Spencer Is bafcaar chairman and Mrs. Pete La Bartha is president of the club. The next regular meeting will be ^ctober 6- RKAUY FOR FAIR—Charles Hitchcock, agriculttirc rttiuieiH at Shafler Ili^li School, is shown here with bis Hereford boar ho will enter in the Victory Foods Fair next -week. 1J<; will also have six moi% animals in tho .show, which starts September l!0 and closes on 2-1. •-, .,-^0'':::''. :; -: : .:-•-.'>-.. * * - •'. _^f^ - - -,' -. .•-' '•'• - - r-,-- ' ' ' '•-- • - ^f,,-f. .-.--' .v. 1 - 1 . -.-.'.- -.'-• -• . .'.- / --- . ^^TJ;.;.^. 1 •.•.-.--•.'.•.' '.' '• .-.'.' ----- -'-'-• '• • • $i$3$$MXK^ • -:•;•?:'• > -:---???feSy^>x-;-.-:-: - ••:.'::: v ,-'•;•:-.•:•;•'•• 's£fr'ffiS'".<>: ••*•:•:- •:.:::;-. 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Tans, blues, browns. Sizes 6 to 10 years. Perfect glam garb for campus wear — dressy, too. Heavy brown cot* q ton gabardine. 6*18. A school leader. Shan tung weaves, plain col ors or heather tones.... Sizes 16 to 20 years. Durable 6-oz. army twill, vat-dyed and bar-tacked at strain points. Sizes 4 to 10. rOTALING HO OR MORC CAN Bt MADE ON SEARS 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone £4501 -* **•

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