The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 19, 1944 · Page 9
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Winham-Nabers Wedding Is Celebrated at Church Here Uniting two of Bakorsfield's prominent young people was the wedding of^tlss Patricia U'inham and Ensign Robert Xabers at a formal ceremony performed by the Reverend Thomas F. Lund Saturday at First Congregational Church. lira. Xabers, who recently moved to Olendale, Calif., with her family, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. I'. "VVinham and the granddaughter of Mrs. James Ogden. Ensign Xabers Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Walters of 221)7 Niles street. All Rliku iMtmd. NOW QUINTUPLETS promptly r*ll*ve coughing off CHEST COLDS Wembrful for Grown-ups, Tool Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold — their chests, throats and backs are rubbed with Musterole. So Musterole must be Juattboutthebestcold-reliefyoucanbuy! Just see how promptly white, stainless Musterole relieves coughs, eore throat, aching chest muscles due to colds — how breathing becomes easier — how fast con- tettion in upper bronchial tract, nose and throat begins to break up! Such blessed comfort! In 3 strengths: Children's Mild, Regular and Extra Strong. MUSTEROLE Tho brido was attended by her sister, Miss Barbara AVinhain,' and Xa- vnl Aviation Cmlot Downing Mcfvee was the best man. Immediately, after the wedding, a reception was held at Stockdule Country Club. "W. P. AVinlunn. the bride's father, gave her in marriage. Knsisn Xabers is connected with the submarine service ana is now stationed in San Diego, while Cadet McKee, the best, man, is in training at T^ivei-more, Calif. Mrs. Xabers is a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority, having attended Stanford University and University of California at Berkeley. The ensign is also a former .student of California. In addition to the higher education, both young people are graduates of the local schools. WIMODAUSIS CIAH The first fall meeting of "\Viino dausis Club of HaUersfield Chaptei 125 will lie held at the home of Mrs Stanley Brown, L'llil C street, Fri day, September 22, at 2 p. in. Mrs Henry Schroder, president, will pre side and Mrs. AV. L. Bradshaw will be chairman of the evening. SOCIETY PARADE Nervous,lestless Ol "CERTAIN DAYS" Of ThlMlBth? If functional periodic disturbances make you feel nervous, tired, restless, "dragged out"—at such times—try famous Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. It helps nature! Plnkham's Compound Is also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. Worth, tryingl LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Glorious freedom from foot fatigue—a free and easy stride with your oh-so- comfortable Selby ARCH PRESERVER Shoes. With the right shoes, walking can be fun. ARCH PRESERVER • We Prefer Your Charge Account Eighteenth and H Streets "Opposite Hie Padre Hotel" HEADS KNTKKTAIXIX<! I XIT Karly autumn hostesses include Delta Theta 'J'au sorority members who will entertain Wednesday night at a public party at Hakrrs- field AVomaii's Club ball. Mrs. Lester Boynton heads the chapter as president. Delta Theta Tau to Entertain at Party Mrs. T/ester Boynton heads Delta Theta Tau sorority which is enter- taininp at a victory ca'rd party Wednesday cveninif fit Bakersl'ield Woman's Club. Those wishing to participate may make reservations by telephoning any member of the committee. Those appointed on ar- raiiKements by Mrs. Boynton include Mesdames LuVenie Sbalto, chairman: Harold Taber, Donald Marcellus, KORPT Dennen and Misses Rernice T^ynn and Lorraine Raves. Miicliows Here In. tliis city for several days of this week are Lieutenant and Mrs. Howard A. Muchnw, visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Tuttle. lil'O Oleander avenue. Mrs. Muchiiw is the former Miss 1'eggy Tuttle, daughter of the A. M. Tuttles. The lieutenant, who is training In Rapid City, S. P., is receiving' advanced bomber instruction. Mrs. Muehovv will take a position In occupational therapy at the Delano School fur Crippled Children in Kansas City as soon as the lieutenant departs for overseas duty. , « » Sigma I'hi (iamma Sigma I'hi Gamma sorority will not meet AVednesday as previously announced. The sorority hailed its recent social event as a success. This \\as a cocktail parly at the homo of Mrs. | Francis P.et lemourt, 1 _' 1 Hi ink | \ Orivc. the yruup then adjuurnin:,' to ! II' Trnvatorc cafe for dinner. The i j event came to a fliinax when the i Rron|> departed for the .l.nnes Devvar home, r>ni \' street, for entertainment, i Uuests duiiii^' (be evcnint: In-' i eluded: -Mesdames. William Uomero. I !•'. K. Abbott, llandel] Lewis. Bruno i Randiucl. John 11. Hall, Wayne Pow- j ors, .luck Seiple and -Miss. Klyse i II(H'kinann. iers*are: Kinnii 1 ! t Smith I'M ill Shallrr H..UMI.I Sn.vl,,, Jiihn W. I;.H. , hi K.Mni.'lirit.. .11.Is .\. hlnn .Ien.«.-n .1. Kn.- .liihli.-.ni Francis Hi-ll nuulirt .' I-:. Viinthan Jalti^s I'i-\\ar Alan Slroud C. H. Man.11 \Vpili.T Wells UPIIVIT Snu.-lxi'i' llfiw.ird I). L.lslcr .Mill.HI Jnhnsiin I'Jraii 1 ll.ixlcii li-.rolliy Snoili;rass It's Beyond Our Control . but Due to Various Conditions We Must Beginning Monday, October 2 Change Our Policy ,.. . Thereafter, instructions in knitting will be held on Mondays and Tuesdays ONLY—from 10 lo 1 and 3 to .">. Women unable lo attend during those regular hours may have instruction by appointment. AVe regret any inconvenience which may result from this new policy and solicit your understanding co-operation. . The Yarn Shop 1416 Seventeenth Street "Lucy Whippet..." SAYS PEET "LucyWhipptl baa been as sweet as cream ever since she happened to look in the mirror while she was givin' someone a piece of her mind." PUT SAYS: "Your mirror will show you a happier face at the end of washday when you use Feet's Granulated Soap. Because Peel's is the different soap! Those wonder-working suds make every wash cleaner, brighter, whiter. And don't forget—Feet's is as easy on your hands as it is on your clothes!" PEET SAYS: "Luck is sort of like muscla —the harder you work, the more of it you're apt to get." PEET SAYS: "It isn't just luck that Feet's turns out such dazzling white washes. It's Feet's quick, thick suds doing good hard work. They get right in and chase out grease and grime—make clothes extra- clean, and dishes shine. No wonder thr«* times as many women new use Feet's. How about you trying it?" PEET'S SOAP The quick-sudsing granulated soap West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve You! UISUILU Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm in the West 1434 NliMtewith StrMt, Sak«r»fl«ld Jewish Women's Unit Meeting Wednesday First meeting this full of Kern County Council of Jewish "Women will be held Wednesday night at tbe home of Mrs. J. M. Krevitt, 12S liedl'ord AV'a.v, Highland Manor. Officers presiding- will be Mrs. Jerome Melvin, president: Mrs. Charles Klein, first vice-president: Airs. Henry Bernard, second vice- president; Mrs. Manuel Rubin, corresponding' secretary; Mrs. Sidney iiiordon. financial secretary, and Mrs. Morris Chain, treasurer. The I program will be in charge of Mrs. j Klein. Xevv members since tbe sum- I mer, Mrs. Oscar Makoff and Mrs. : Max Tirenbanm. will be welcomed. Announcement was made that Airs. Brnriah Svalira, who has done ciistinguisheil work for tbe council in its service to foreign-born, has been singled out for a posiiiou on the professional staff at Fort Ontario, where !)S5 refugee children already have arrived. Have Your Eyes Examined Opin a Chargt Account GLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 Society to Donate Two Quilts; Plans Dinner I.adie.-- Aid Society of Olldale Community Church met recently to make plans for disposal of two hand-made quilts, and for a dinner to be held in November. Oevotions were Riven duriiiB' the day. by Airs. Evelyn Koherts. The mystery package was tciven to Mrs. Maude llammel. president, who also presided over the meet ins. The next meeting will be held on September J.S. Members present were Mesdarnos Florence Klory, Leo C. Hash. I. K. C'aldwell, Sarah Fish. M. G. Uoberts, Arthur AValters. Maude llammel, AV. 1). Merrill, Frank Kelt. AV. A. Williams, Dora Scchlcr and S. G. 1 >illashavv. W. C. T. U. Meet to Be Held at Farrell Home ! Frances AVillard Union. AVoman's ! Christian Temperance Union, will ! meet at the home of Mrs. Chester Karrell, president, 805 Oak street, Wednesday at 2 p. m. for the for the first of a series of planned meetings scheduled for the year. Mrs. O. R. Olmstead will be the group leader for the afternoon. A special program has been planned. Refreshments will be served; members are requested to bring a guest. CALEDONIA LODGE WILL MEET A second decree of masonry will be conferred by Caledonia Lodge Xo. •ISO, F. & A. M., "Wednesday at 7 p. in. in Caledonia Masonic temple. All Masons are invited and refreshments will be served. PIN-WORMS At tasf- A Real Treatment! You may not realize how many of your neighbors-—Rrown-ups as well aa children •—have Pin-Worms at this very moment. 1'eople don't talk about this nasty infection. Sometimes they are too embarrassed to mention the tormenting rectal itching; Bnd up to now they have usually Buffered in silence because they have nnt known of any effective way to deal with this dreadful peat that lives inside the human body. Important Mtdlcal Discovery Today, thanks to a valuable ncicntific discovery, a remarkable new treatment has been made possible. It is based on a special drug, known as eentian violet. This druit is the vital element in P-W. the new Pin- Worm tablets developed by Dr. D. Jayno & Son, America's leading specialists in worm medicines. P-W tablets are email and easy to take, and they act in a special. Ken tie way to destroy Pin-Worms. It is very easy to "catch" this nasty infection, and the ugly creatures can causa real distress. So watch for the signs that may mean Pin-Worms: itching seat, un- rasy stomach, becl-wettinir. nervous fidtiet- ing. If you suspect Pin-Worms, cet a box of P-W right away and follow the simple directions carefully. P-W means Pin-Worm relief 1 'Four Girls Elected ! Into Honor Society Knur ii>'\v Kakcrsficld Junior College women .students were selected ID become Tnembers of l.anco and Shield. K. .1. C. women's hi'iinr and service society, it was revealed tuday by Miss llattio Iloeiisholl, club adviser. After faculty consideration ami student selection, i ho following were chosen dii the basis of their service activities, scholastic standing and personal merit: Misses Mildred P.ail"y. Hetty Jean Frank, <J\ven Mai klin and Bonnie Winger. Kxocutive officers wore elected at the initial meeting- of the society. Mis.s June Hunter was chosen as president with Miss Barbara Baldwin assisting her as vice-president of the organisation. Mis.* Lois llanaw.-ilt was voted socrotary-tre,isurcr for Lance and Shield. Other members of (lie .jnycee service organization include Misses Barbara \\allace. |''|oy Stockton. Sally I'rcvvitl. \Vinifred 11. and Ilelsy Ann Voun.u. l.iorothy Diebel, Ilenec K'cetcli. Kathryn Taylor, Laura Lee. liena Uussell and 1'liyliss \\'liite. \V. R. C. INITIATING Ifnrlbui \\'oman's Relief Corps will meet "Wednesday for initiation at Memorial hall at 2 p. in. Mrs. Mary H. Ilampson will preside. The participants will wear white for the initiation. DeMolay Mothers to Meet Thursday The IifMnlay Mothers Club will iiii'i-i Th'.i'-sil.-iy at 1:"0 p. m. ;it HIP h'liMi- of Mi-. I.,.,, FJiipp. 4U J'acific sti eel. fur t hi- first meeting of the f;il! sta.-'.ii. Mrs. I jon Criffilh. pres- iili'i-.t. iirut-s -i full attendance. .Mrs. Ki-fd Holmes and Mrs. E. II. Slu'lt'.'h are co-hostesses. 'Tuesdoy, September 19, 1944 9 Warning! T ^ WATCH OUT fOK SNimT HOW TO "KNOW" ASPIRIN iTust_ ho euro to ask for St. Joseph Aspirin. There's none faster, none stronger. Why pay more? World's largest seller at 10f. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin. SKVEXTKEX BOXDS Hue t.i a typographical error last week, llehe Chapter Xo. S-t, Daughters of Penelope, was reported to have purchased 7 war bonds instead of 17. Miss Mary Demos is president of the organization which has achieved this fine war bond total. Head colds can eauw touch lugging. Don't suffer needleuljr. Just jMt • Ire- tie Va-tro-nol up eachr sneezy, stuffy distress. Also helps prevent many colds from developing if used In time! Try it. Pollow directions In folder. Works fine! VICKSVAreO-NOL ESCAPE Cj/uwj fiota Simply wet it with Canute Water. A fair applications will completely re-colof ic leading dealers in most of America's largest cities sell more Canute Water than all other hair colorings combined. similar to its former natural shade, to one day if you wish. Your hair will retain its naturally soft texture and fltrttf- mf new color even after «»«inif|ttn>iiig, cuilmg or wiring. Canute Water • Pure, colorless and crystal-dear. • Proved harmless at one of America'* Greatest Universities. • IEAIIY SAFE I Skin test NOT needed. • JO year* without injury to a single user. No other pr fact ten mete ell the** dehM NEW 8 Appl. Size. $1.15 at drug stores Bo sure it's PURE CANE SUGAR insist on N REFINERY.PACKED CONTAINERS A $12.50 Permanent for Let Your Favorite Operator Serve You Alpha McClnre Kdna Boese Frances Black Jnn Hall Martha- AVomnck Frances Snow Helen Miller Frances Meeham-Jackson Inez A r andcrpool Lcola Crosby Zenna Bell Ynnnn Ruth Henry Marie Francesconi A'cra Toben Including Oil Shampoo ONE WEEK ONLY OTHER SERA'ICES AT STANDARD PRICES We Specialize in Manicures {JF BEAUTY Seventeenth and M Streets Bee Probst, Receptionist Eva Glasscock, Snack Bar Minnie Toon, Proprietor ; : ' * \ "Only a Rosenblum could look so smart" It's the tailoring, .the smooth vuool fabric.. molded lines.. and the casual look..that every Californian loves. The suit. J00% virgin tuool covert ..your choice of Royal, Fuchsia, Tile, Grey or Lime 29*95 Topcoat (it's smart to contrast the color of your suit) is of all wool gabardine . . 39*95 •".,-r™ emr FRE3NO •

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