The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 21, 1944 · Page 10
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10 Thursday, September 21, 1944 gtye Stokfrsfftlb CfllifOTtlton .. P CaJtern If, like most of the alert women we know, you realize (lie importance of buying your Fall wardrobe early this year, Eastern's complete collection of Fine Coals, Suits and Dresses for Fall and Winter is now ready. Every garment is a pfoduct of the special skill that has made Eastern one of the outstanding distributors of Quality Fashions in the community. These thrillingly beautiful coats, suits and dresses arc possessions to prize. The finest fabrics go into their making. The most expert designers create the styles. Skilled tailors perfect them for a woman's figure, and the best-dressed women in America wear them. Ready for you now at Eastern. . . We invite your inspection. Matched Wardrobe Companionable SUITS and TOPCOATS Coats We're mighty proud of our collection of exquisitely styled coats . . . beautiful 100% wool fabrics masterfully tailored. Short coals, long coats, coals with fur, Chesterfields, short topper coats, coals that are smart anywhere, anytime. Junior sizes—9 to 15. Half sizes—12^ to 28'/j. Regular sizes—10 to 50. from 19c95 to 79.95 Suits Dressmaker suits . . . Soft tailored suils . . . Soflly detailed suits . . . Masterfully moulded and steeped in the tradition of quality you've a right to expect from Eastern. Materials arc 100% all-wool gabardines, twills, crepes and doeskins. Colors: Navy, green, gold, fuschia, blueberry, gray and black . . . and pin-stripes in brown, gray and black. Sizes: 10 to-M. They'll KO around together in the bcM places. These nulls with topcoats lo match—practically a wardrobe in itself—an- nimlo of fine quality Kalmrdino. Colors: l-'uschia, Berry Blue, and Black. Sixes: 10 to 38. $39.95 for the Suit $45.00 for the Coat Prices $ from 27.50 ,o*65.00 Dresses "Sophisticated Silhouettes" are two words which adequately describe what's new in dresses. Smooth, sleek-fitting lines . . . with bows and flowers and dainty touches to add feminine softness . . . give these new dresses dramatic significance. Developed in delightful materials ... . many new high shades, of course. Dresses for Juniors Dresses for Misses Dresses for Women Half Sizes . . 9 to 15 10 to 20 38 to 48 14'/ 2 to28>/2 $8.95 to $25.00 $8.95 to $35.00 $8.95 to $35.00 $8.95 to $35.00 Extern If the authorized ciclmiv« distributor in BakeraNeld of "DORIS DODSON" DRESSES "MARTHA MANNING" DRESSES "PRINTZESS" COATS AND SUITS "Use Your Credit" 1529 Nineteenth Street See Our Dramatic Showing of FINE PURS! Dozens of choice, baud- picked coats and Jackets to choose from. As Long As a Year to Pay! CLUB ROLLS ARE SWELLED_BY 23 NEW, REINSTATED GROUP TO BE WELCOMED SOON I Nineteen new members were voted ! into the organization and four rein; statements ratified, when the execu: live board of Bakersfield Woman's ! Club met recently at the clubhouse. ! The new members are Mesdames 1 Cliff B. Neeiey, Lloyd Napier, Lloyd ; 1C. Nonce, Scott Powell, Annette F. ] Slve, George O. Manley, B. S. Anderson, J. Otto Lamb, Emma Barrett, 8. E. Kraschal. Vernon Batu, Fred H. Guide, Albert Stankey, Walter T. Graves, Hattie G. Hanson, R. H. Blackwell, Artie S. Waggoner, John Ooker and Stephen TT. Montsrmiery. Those welcomed back were Mrs. .1. A. Sherman, Mrs. Jack Toon, Mrs. Henry Eissler and Mrs. Joe Champion. It was voted to contribute $l. r >0 to the War Chest drive and $42.50 for HO ditty bags for Red Cross production center. The board went on record as favoring a recreational program to be sponsored by 20-30 Club of Bakersfield. Membership cards will be presented at all regular club meetings. Last year's cards will be honored until the new ones are issued. In case club members have lost membership cards, they will be identified by a registrar. Board members present were Mes- ilamcs Harry C. Gardner, Ed Rose, I'lyde Johnson, William Eugene Powell, Harry Mills, Forrest Frick, (Men Patton, Leslie Robinson and I [arid C. Taber. Trends for American Youth Topic for D. A. R. This Year Theme for 1944-43 of Daughters of the American Revolution ia "New Trends for American Youth," according to Mrs. Lowell Hulsebus, program chairman, and Mrs. Esther Campbell, regent. The first meeting will be a luncheon at Hotel El Tejon, October 14, at 1 p. m., reservations for which are being made with Mrs. Hulsebus or Mrs. Lafayette Banes. The speaker will be Major A. V. Shearer, instructor of cadets at Bakersfield High School. Military training of American youth will be his topic. ^The meeting has been changed this year from the first Tuesday to October 14. The November meeting will be held at Oechsli hall of First Methodist Church with Mrs. Oran Palmor as chairman, assisted by Mrs. Willlam Garrison, Mrs. Corinne Laird, Mrs. J. C. FUcklnger, and Mrs. Harriet Peacock. Miss Margo Crain, physical education instructor at Bakersfield High School, will speak on recreation for American youth, illustrating her talk with a demonstration by one of hel- classes. December 5 will be "guest duj'" at the James Curran home, 222 Eureka street, with the Reverend N. A. Christensen as the speaker. His topic will be "Trends of Religion." Mrs. Curran will be assisted by Mrs. I-I. H. Smith, Mrs. Glendora Hargus, Mrs. H. A. Underwood, Mrs. Curtis Gilbert and Mrs. Frank Hall. Dr. Arthur Tate, instructor of psychology at Bakersfield Junior College, will be the speaker January 2 when members meet at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Homer Rogers, 1929 EiRhtoonth street. His subject will be, "New Trends In Education of the American Youth." Mrs. Rogers will be assisted in her hostess duties by Miss Olive Chubb, Mrs S. A. Ai- baugh, Mrs. Daniel Harris and Mrs. Louise Renfro. An evening meeting will be held February 6 at the home of Mrs. Lowell Hulsebus, 1915 First street. "Trends of Youth in the Business and Professional Fields" will be discussed by Attorney Oran Palmer. Assistant hostesses with Mrs. Hule- bus will be Mesdames Esther A. Campbell, regent; Lafayette Banes, Norman Ringfle, Pope Foster and J. H. Sphhar. March (i has been set aside for a special Red Cross meeting. Oechsli hall of First Methodist Crrtirch again will be the gathering place, at 2 p. m. Mrs. G. L. Brown M Rert Cross chairman, will be the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Ray Walt, Mrs. C. H. Schuler, Mrs. W. A. Hallock and Mrs. A. J. Ferguson. On April 3. a meeting will be held at the Campbell home, 2601 California avenue, with Mrs. Banes discussing "Trends in American Lltcr- atiire.'' Mrs. Campbell will be assisted by Mrs C. L.. Campbell, Mrs. Lane Wilson, Mrs. Elmer Karpe and Miss Ada Hopkins. On May 1, the final meeting of the 1944-1945 season will be held In the library of Emerson School, where Mrs. Hulsebus, vice-regent and program chairman, will have charge of a musical program to he presented by students of Emerson School. The board of directors will be the host- Two Anniversaries Marked at Picnic Celebrating two wedding anniversaries, the twelfth for Mr. and Mr:. Francis C. llolsun and (he eleventh for Mr. and Mrs. David Mills, a family reunion and picnio dinner was combined with a gift shower for the honored couple recently at Jefferson Park. Group singing with Roy Kilborn accompanying at the guitar added pleasure to the event which was climaxed with the serving of an elaborate dinner at 4 p. m. supervised by Mrs. C. W. Holsoh. Both young couples were mantled In Bakersfield. Those present were: Messrs, and Mesdames C. W. Holson, T. W. Hoison, Francis C. Holson, David Ayils, Roy Kilborn, Percy Mills, Mesdames Charles Ayors, Lorine Marshall, children, Judith Ann Mills, Charles Calvin Mills, June Holson, Tommy Holson, Charles Henry Holnon. Art Section Makes Dolls for Kiddies Making of dolls for refugee children occupied members of the art • section of the Woman's Club when : a meeting was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. J. R. Ellord, chairman, 132t! East Eighteenth street. Mrs. A. E. Hoagland invited mem- I hers to her home, 322 South Chester ! avenue, for the next meeting, Octo- i bcr 3, at which time plans will be | discussed for participation in a coun- ] j try fair in November. Mrs. Hoag- j • land will be in charge of a booth at the fair. i Attending the meeting were Mes- darncs Marvin Parker, J. S. Burton, T. L. Frank, Stanley Singleton, I George Hollingsworth, Harry C. i Barnes, J. W. Culliton, Bert McClu- 1 han, J. R. Ellerd, Ogdon Allurns, : George Bryson, J. P. McKean, E. B. Harvey and A E. Hoagland. El Tejon Council Meeting Tonight El Tejon Council, Degree of Pocahuntas, will meet tonight in Druids hall for an important meeting, according to Mrs. Bert Worden, Pocahontas, who urges a full attendance. At a recent meeting of the council, Mrs. A. C. Black addressed the ; roup on the recent Pocahontas convention held in San Francisco. Following the meeting, members adjourned to the banquet hall where refreshments were served by Mrs. .Margaret Claflin and her committee. CREAM Meit popwlor"y*ar 'round" dtucrt H i AILOW AS • v a pint Alwoyi pvro and ddicloui. YOU mot* any flavor in 2 minulti. 20 lomoui roclpot In •ach packaa*. titan oik your grocor for 135 Howard Str»«t, Son fronclKO 3, Co I If. Schilling 1 COFFEE Something you can count on— i chilling jtlavor fvrmecrom— SALT SOME AWAYl B« sura iff CANE SUGAR insist IN REFINERY-PACKED CONTAINERS "Character..." SAYS PEEf "Choracter Is kind of like a silk stocking. It never looks its beat... once it's been mended." KIT SAYSt "Your family washing always looks 1 its best... when you use Feet's... the different granulated soap. Feet's quicker, thicker suds are Just perfect for everything ... from baby's diapers to Dad's heavy work-clothes. Yet it's right gentle on delicate fabrics." KIT SAVSi "There's no use wishin' If you can't get what you wish ... it's just like going fish In' where there ain't any fish." MIT SAYS: "You'll get your wish for snow-white washes... if you use Feet's Granulated Soap. That's because Feet's suds are quicker, thicker ... and just swish dirt right out of clothes. Another thing ... you can't beat those suds for dishes ... It cleans 'em... shines 'em... yet leaves your hands soft and smooth. Guess that's why three times as many women new use Peet'i. Better try it." PEET'S SOAP Th« quick-sudsing granulated soap Lingerie Answer the "Spur of the Moment" gift problem with lingerie. These sometimes scarce items will be delightful to select and a real thrill to receive. 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