The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 21, 1944 · Page 4
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Thursdoy, September 21, 1944 1Ebt itofeerjffiffb Californian NEW kind of ASPIRIN tablet doesn't upset stomach you need quick relief from p»in,doyou hesitate to take aspirin bectuse it leaves you with an upset stomach? It so, this new medical discovery, StlPtRlN. is "just what the doctor ordered" for you. Supcrln It aspirin plut—contains the same purr, safe aspirin you have long known—but developed by doctors in a special way for those upset by aspirin in its ordinary form. Thll n.w kind of aspirin tablet dissolves more quickly, lets the aspirin get right 'at the job ot relieving pain, reduces the acidity of ordinary aspirin, and docs not irritate or upset stomach —even after repeated doses. T«or thlt out to remind you to get Superin today, so you can have it on hand when headaches, colds, etc., strike. See how quickly it relieves [pain —how fine you feel after taking. At your druggist's, Vj,. 15< and 39*. Local Man Dies at West Side Hospital D. Fnrrc.-t McDougle, 47, of P.ak- ei. -field died yesterday morning at a T.-Hft hospital from injuries re reived while at work at Cole's, leve Monday morning, it. was reported by hospital authorities today. An in quest into the deatli of Mr. Me. Itougle, a resident of Bakersfield foi four years, at 1411 Pacific street uas held at Erii-kson and Brown Fn nernl Home this morning. Mr. McDougle. is survived by his widow. Hcrtha: four daughters, Miss (Jrarle Mae of Ln- Angeles; Miss Kalherlno McDuugle and Velma McDouglo and Mrs. Knrnstlne all of Baliersfield: sons, J. L. MrDougle with the In France; Troy Lee McDoiigle. gunner's mate second class, 1'nited Stales Navy; and Rilly Bay Me- Dnuglo of Hakersfielii; and a sister, Mrs. .Alavinn Mitchell of Chat- nioca. Trim. NOTES ABOUT COUNTY PEOPLE Miss Lea three army MJIS. BETTY JACKSON and son. Uonny of Paso nobles have been vlsitinpr Afrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Owen of the C. C. M. O. lease near Follows. Mrs. Jackson has just returnee] from Kansas where she spent the summer visiting her husband's pjirrnts. .\ni. AND MRS. BKRT OSBURN fiml sons of Karliinart and T. K. Miller of Santa Paula were recent quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. \V. O. Worten in Fellows. Mr. Miller has accepted a position with the lielrldKe Oil Company and will move to the. West Side soon. PRIVATK KRAXK MITCHELL, has returned to Arizona after spending a l.'i.day furlough with liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Mitchell, and bmtlier, Arthur, at their home on the I'niversal lease at Lost Hills. MI!S. .1. CMFF (o Lancaster wln-ro s.lin will for two weeks. BROWN has gone and I<os Anpelcs visit with relatives BOB PRICK, only son of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Price of Delano, and navy student at Occidental College in L.OS Angeles is on a leave visitins: in Delano with his parents, and sister, Betty Price. Mrs. Price returned to Delano recently from Idaho where she visited for several weeks with her mother. MRS. OROVER A. WASSON and daughter, Mrs. Ellsworth Slier- wood have returned to their Long Beach homes after a recent visit In Delano with relatives and friends. MR. AND MRS. SAM MAUST and family of Delano had as their recent truest for a two-day visit, Calvin IJearlnp of I-.OIIK Beach, formerly of Delano, who was in charge of tho Delano sub-station of the Kouthern California Edison Company for several years. MR. AXD MRS. MARION T,. SMITH of Delano were recent afternoon and evening business visitors in Bakersfleld. MR. AXD MRS. HUGH H. BUN- TJXE and their daughter, Margaret Rose, and son, Hugh Allen, have returned to their Glendale home after a visit in Delano with Mrs. Buntine's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Wiebe and her sister, Mrs. Ben J. Harder and family. AIRS. E. CURTIS CLARK of Irf>ng Beach is spending several weeks in Delano as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Marshall, and family. MR. AXD MRS. BEX LAZARUS and their son, Hillard Don, of Delano are spending a 10-day holiday with relatives at Stockton, Napa, Petaluma, San Francisco and Oakland. BILLY STAHL has returned to the Delano homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sony after a week spent at Paso Rnliles as the guest of his uncle, Robert De Chainc. MRS. BERTHA HOI/TON is on the sick list at her Delano home with an attack of Influenza. If somber colors don't appeal to you, Choose fuchsia, apple green or Air Force Blue For COLOR'S NEWS in Coats! That isn't all...there's much more to be told: Sweetheart lapels, flange fronts and buttons bold! All these are new in Coats! FOR WARDROBE SPICE Soft n» a Whitper WOOL FELT HATS 2-98 Beguiling ;. berets,- side-swept styles, tiny pompadours* quilled, bowed or veiled; Compliment-Winning FALL HATS 1 .98 Bri|htTor, dork' feltajt casual" •r dressy: for every costume,' •very hour. Clever trimming. take fashion well in hand... DRESS AND SPORT HANDBAG STYLES In Simulated Leathers 4% Oft •"" And Durable Fabrics ^£ Zipper-closed envelopes, carry-all pouches and graceful 'drawstrings in black and autumn colors. Other Stylet i* Le.ther* oarf Fabric* * •• COLORFUL RAYON FABRIC GLOVES Dress-up styles in black or fall colors. Long AA^ or short lengths—smartly stitched. 3r O Hand-Stitchod Cotton Qlovos 1.49 /^ A SWEETHEART COLLECTION OF WINTER COATS Coats to wear \vilh pride, this season and for seasons to come. Suede-soft woolens in bright or dark hues. Softly dressmaker detailed for new-season femininity with Sweetheart lapels, deep pockets, elegant velveteen touches, clever buttons. Warmly interlined. In misses' and juniors' sizes. Velvetetn Collared Chesterfields Hip Pocket Flange Front Models Classic, Top*Everything Boy Coats Dove-soft suede-finish woolens or deep-piled fabrics in exciting new colors or basic dark tones. Coats that will be the pivot of your whole wardrobe for many seasons. Free-swinging Sweetheart lapel Chesterfields, figure-molded fitted styles with slimming flange fronts, casy-lo-wcar boy coats. Every one a warm, wear-worthy value that promises years of sturdy service. All handsomely rayon orepe lined and warmly intorlinod for addod oold weather protection. Don't Forget to Register Deadline September 28 New Recreation Plan Begun in McFarland Offered fie an Innovation at Me- Farland High School this semester, the newly inaugurated noon-hour recreation program already is proving popular with the students. Organized to give the students an hour of creative diversion frwn classroom activity, the supervised noon-hour recreation program will feature such sports as badminton, touch football, table tennis and social dancing. With Noel D. Glasgow, faculty member, serving as director of the program, all but a few students have volunteered participation already, according to Principal L. A. Wiemers. It is expected that friendly competitive spirit will be generated through intramural contests, either between chosen teams or grades In high school. Commenting on the plan, Principal Wiemers stated, "This organized playground supervision is a new idea being developed in an attempt to give the students an hour of creative diversion from classroom activity." \ This is a spark plug Your car yells "gimme a light" about 5400 times a minute. And the spark plugs must deliver a "light" right on the split instant. Here's what happens. When the plugs flick a spark into compressed mixture of gasoline and air in the cylinders.. ZOWIE! There's a white hot explosion. The only things movable in the cylinders are the pistons. So down they go, turning the crankshaft, which turns the gears, which turn the wheels, which roll you to wherever you are going. Those 5400 explosions per minute give spark plugs a Turkish Bath that boils the sparking ambition clear out of 'em after about 10,000 miles. That's bad, because weakened plugs waste the gasoline they're supposed to explode. It's like pouring precious gasoline into the gutter! Here's where your Mends at Shell come to the rescue. They'll clean your spark plugs, or sell you new ones if the old ones have cracked (as they sometimes do). And they'll also Shellubricate your entire car for you. You need SHELLUBRICATION because it protects your car against Wartime Stop and Go wear— the villain that sends 10,000 cars to junk yards every week! FOR THE LADIES... Shell baa • FREE and anros* ing littto booklet, Attct in Motorltmd, It's the Facts of Life about your car. Tell* 700 bow to keep It from going haywire before Ita time. Get your copy at any Shell pomp. SHELL OIL COMPANY; ImnrptnttJ GASOLINE POWERS THE ATTACK-Of**

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