The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 21, 1944 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
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BOMBERS STRIKE SEIGFRI1 LINE 1000 U. S. PLANES IN STRIKES ON NAZIS LOXDOX, Sept. 21. (JP> —American l>l;uics bombed railyards supplying the Siegfried. Line at Mainz and Coblenz today, struck an oil plant on the Rhine at Luchvisshat'en anil "supported Allied aircraft in the contininfir airborne Invasion of Holland," a U. S. Eighth Air Force ,(joininunir|iie said. * A thousand or more hoavy bombers and fighters were employed. Medium forces of more than 400 Flying Fortresses and liberators 'bombed visually at Mainz, on the Rhino near Frankfort 75 miles behind Invosr-d Trier in the main German frontier defenses, but tised instruments at Coblenz and Liuhvis- shafen. Coblenz is on the Rhine 70 miles southeast of .surrounded Aachen. Ludwisshafen lies about ]HO miles east of Thlonville, France, where Lieutenant-General Cleorse S. Patton's Third Army is battling the Germans. CALLOUSES To relieve p*in, (top preuure on the tore ipot and quickly remove callouses — use these •oft, cushioning, soothing pads. Sold everywhere. DfSchollsZinwds Union Avenue School Names Class Heads Following spirited campaigns, student officers were elected Tuesday by students of Union Avenue School, when Dona "U'oodside was elected president. The boys and girls of the fourth, fifth and sixth grades participated under the direction of Mrs. Kskaleen Parker. Kach child was given a precinct number and the voting was done by secret ballot. Because of a tie between June Miller and Bill Broach for vice-president, the two candidates wrote down the number of votes they thought they had received. The one coining nearer the correct number was considered to bo elected. Bill Broach was the winner. Other officers elected were Diane Guzzard, secretary, Shirley Cierley, treasurer, Velcla Goodale, marshal, and Dean Little, assistant marshal. SEWING CM'B MEETS FELLOWS, Sopt. 21. — The Wednesday afternoon Sewing Club met at the home of Mrs. Alma Scott on the C. (J. M. O. Lease near Fellows recently with the afternoon being spent in sewing and conversation. Mrs. Barbara Miles, who is leaving soon to make her home in Atascadero, was given a handkerchief shower. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Bessie "West, Arline Keys and sons, Bobby and Billy, Esther Hines, Myrtle Scearcy, Iva Owen and daughter, Shirley, Frances Spargean, Lois Barton and son. Eddy, Vora Cannon. Barbara Miles ami Nina Lee Scott. FAMOUS CLEANSING CREAMS NOW AT •eg. $2 sizes PRICE! *each LARGEST SIZES SPECIAL AT »2» EACH LIMITED TIME! Choose the cream that's right for your skin! Dry-Skin Cleanser — richly lubricating cleanser for thin, dry skin, leaves skin looking clean ... sweetly soft. Salon Cold Cretin — pure, bland cold-cream type cleanser for young and normal skin. Fluffy-light... refreshing! Liquefying Cleansing Cream — quick-melting cream for oily skin. Removes clogging grime, itale make-up in «twinkling. PLl'S 20% FEDERAL EXCISE TAX BROCK'S—MAIN AISLE POPULAR RE-ISSUES ON COLUMBIA ffiil RECORDS "AT THE DARKTOWN STRUTTERS' BALL" "AFTER YOU'VE GONE" Benny Goodman and His Orchestra "EVERY DAY OF MY LIFE" . "ON A LITTLE STREET IN SINGAPORE" Frank Sinatra with Harry James and Orchestra "REQUEST FOR A RIIUMBA" "FRY ME COOKIE, WITH A CAN OF LARD" Will Bradley and Orchestra "SNOWFALL" "WHERE OR WHEN" Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra "THE WORLD IS WAITING FOR THE SUNRISE" "SOLO FLIGHT" Benny Goodman Quartet "ESTRELLITA" "WHISPERING" Fred Lowery with Horace Heidt Booths. Radio and Appliance Co. Fox Theater Building Dial 4-4055 201S H f tre.t W«st's Largest J«w«l*rs • 17 Star** to S«rv« Youl UKltt LU Sells move DIAMONDS than any Jfarm i» ***• West 1434 Nin«U«nth Stract, Batorsffteld fclje $aker*fielb Californfan Thursday, September 21,1944 3 SWEATERS 'N SKIRTS Select one well-cut skirl—plain color or plaid according to taste, add to Ihal a good sweater whose coloring will appeal to you for years and you'll have an eye-catching, comfort-giving costume that will be one of the major joys of your life. We're all set for your own mix-matching ideas and we've a lot of our own too.... Come in tomorrow. Famous sweaters, with long sleeves and high neckline . . . luscious colors . . . such makes as Helen Harper, Tish-u-knit, June Porter and many others. S 3.98,0*5.98 Gay plaids and plain color. Skirls of all- wool materials, with high waistline ... in •purple, grey, blue, brown and black. ^Q Qft ^P* Qft Oo*/O and tJ»*/O BROCK'S—DOWNSTAIRS STORE NEW.. FALL FEATURES FELTS . . . Soft and supple, draped into new and in triguing styles . . . hack- sweep and forward-tilled ... hut all irresistibly be coming. 5 00 BROCK'S FASHION FLOOR DAMSEL CREATION From HOLLYWOOD PANTIE GIRDLES Smart fitting "Damsel" pan tic gir- d» dies, with pink, coutil front, Jersey *P back and laslex adjustable waist. Zipper fastening, reinforced crotch, four supporters. Has no boning. Small, medium and large sizes. 5 Also Damsel of Hollywood girdle in same style, same price. BROCK'S FASHION FLOOR BUY MORE WAR BONDS I I I l I I I I I i I I I I I l I I l I l I I I i « I I NEW ARRIVALS FOR FALL IN CASUALS You've probably been long awaiting the arrival of the new season's Judy Lynns . . . well, they're here at last. The sketch was drawn from life, it pictures these charming frocks exactly, lias box pleated front, kick pleat back—jewel studs with pearl center and rhineslonc. Made of harvest crepe in sweet shades of melon, avocado green, earth and black. 12 to 20 Va to $1>|95 14 FASHION FLOOR FREE CLASSES FOR ADULTS Main riant— I ourlwulh and F KtrMtl Kusl H»k«>r«.flfld II loll School -Mount VrrniMi HIM! Standard Hchool— Ollilale (North Cht*t«r> WHITE C.U.L Tlil.EPHONB

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