The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 21, 1944 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
Page 12
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12 Thursdoy, September 21, 194* New Cream Deodorant Safely helps Stop Perspiration 1. Does not irritate skin. Does not rot dresses or men's shirts. 2. Prevents under-arm odor. Helps stop perspiration safely, 3. A pure, » iiite. antiseptic, stainless vanishing cream. 4. No wailing to dry. Can be used right after shaving. g. Awarded Approval Seal of American Institute of Laundering — harmless to fabric. Use Arrid tegularly. * P ' C1> '•* * Also VM jin TNI IAIOIST SIUINO DIODOtANT MKKT AFTKR VACATION—Following a summer free of formal meetings, Xonta Club has resumed Its nctivitirs. Pictured here are mrmN-rs of the. executive hoard, plrinninp the 1945-1EM5 season. They are: M-.-it «••<!, Mrs. James W. OK!P, Mrs. Clara Sims, president; Mrs. F. P. Paris. Mrs. .1. K. Baker and Miss Lida Siemon. Standing, Miss MarKarct Saltier, Mrs. Allison Kley and Mrs. Alfred Siernon. PEANUT BUTTER Because Delicious Oatmeal Leads in Basic Growth and Stamina Elements for Your Family •*' < "^ < liJ^|>;Mlr '" v=4^ ^^-S^iSS^s^ ""^SSi^i^ BANK BONOS FOR BABY w ^ j y ~ — -— — -_^™ v( QUAKER OATS Mrs. Sims Selects Standing Workers ("lathering for the first time this fall, members of the Xonta Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Clara Sims. 1J15 H street, to make plans for the year. Mrs. Sims presided. A report was nlno made during the evening by Mrs. Maude Klcy on /ontn night at the I'SO. her ussist- ants being Mrs. Roland B. Hill and Mrs. James K. Baker. Standing committees announced were Miss Margaret Salber, attendance; Mrs. James Ogle, fellowship; Mrs. Roland B. Hill, finance; Miss Kunice Uebelc, international relations and service: Mrs. Joseph H. Scott, intercity Miss Minnie Freise, membership; Mrs. F. P. Faris, program; Mrs. Clinton R. Worden, publicity; Mrs. Maude Eley, public affairs; and Mrs. Margaret Salmon, status of women. DO YOU LIKE CRAPE JELLY? This Delicious Recipe Saves Sugar Tor Jttty making, Concord gruff» fer« hrit. All blut f rape*, hotcetvr, mr» NOT Concord*. Be ture you get Concord* when you atk for them, CONCORD GRAPE JELLY 5 Cup* Concord Juice 7 Cups Sugar 1 Package M.C.P. Pectin Wash and crush 3^ pounds fully ripe grapes. Add \ } /i cups water and simmer, covered, 10 minutes. Squeeze out Juice. Measure exactly 5 level cups squeezed juice (add water to fill last cup. If necessary) into a large kettle. Add the M.C.P. Pectin, stir well, bring to a boil, stirring constantly. NOW, add the sugar (which has been previously measured), continue stirring, and bring to a full rolling boil. BOIL EXACTLY 2 MINUTES. Remove from fire, let boil subside, skim carefully. Pour into sterilized glasses, allowing J^-inch space for sealing with fresh paraffin. WHITE GRAPE JELLY 3% Cups Squeezed Juke f'i Cups Sugar 34 Cup Lemon Juice 1 Package M.C.P. Pectin Use seedless Muscat or Malagas. Wash and stem about 3 pounds of grapes. Add J-i-cup water and simmer, covered, 25 minutes. Squeeze out Juice then, using proportions above, follow same procedure as in making Concord Grape Jelly. Havt Y«ur Eytt Examined i^^ L s*S.,-**tfcS*n t| . *'\*.** »'»s Open a Charp Account GLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home The Home of quality. Style mut B*«ut7 !• Furniture 625 Nineteenth Street \ Phone 4-4711 Miss Ruhl Bride at Arvin Church Rite Weds Pfc. Ross, Former Kern Man Now in Service Miss Geneva Etlinl Ruhl, the daughter of .Mrs. Susie L. Ruhl, formerly of Arvin and now of Pasadenn, became the bride of Private Fir.= t Class John Everett Ross, formerly of Arvin and now of Camp McCoy, Wis., Saturday, September 16, at 8 p. m., In the Arvin Nazarene Church. The Reverend Carl J. Friesen performed the ceremony. The bride attended tire Arvin School and is an alumna of Bakersfield High School. She Is now a student at Broadoaks School, Whlttler College. She is an active member of the Xazarene Church, Arvin. Private Ross, the son of I^co B. Ross, formerly of Arvin and now of Arkansas, attended Arvin School and also Bakersfleld High School. After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's Ki'iindmother, Mrs. Winifred Osner, Arvin. with more than 50 guests participating. Sirs. Ross was attired in a white bridal satin gown appllqued with sped pearls around the sweetheart neckline and made with long pointed sleeves. She wore a finger-tip-length veil trimmed with lace and held with a coronet of seed pearls. She carried a white Bible covered with gardenias from which fell a shower of rosebuds. She wasyjiven in marriage by h*'r uncle, Clarence Kephart, of Buttonwillow. The matron of honor, Mrs. Mary Young, of San Francisco, and sister of the bride, wore a gown of pink satin and marquisette: and carried an orchid gladioli cascade. The bridesmaid. Miss AVilma Stalcup, of Arvin, was attired in a gown of blue taffeta and carried a yellow gladioli cascade. Guy Smith, also of Arvin, attended the bridegroom as best man and Virgil White and Joe Webb acted as ushers. Presiding at the piano was Mrs. C. C. Osner with Miss Inez Coffelt of Pasadena as vocalist singing "The Sweetest Story Ever Told," "I Love You Truly" and "Seal Us, O Holy Spirit." The bride's mother was attired in a powder blue suit and wore a gardenia corsage. The church was beautifully decorated by Mrs. R. L.. Thayer with pampas plumes in pastel shades and crepe myrtle. The out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Osner, of Delano; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kephart. of Buttonwillow; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Osner, of Delano; Mrs. Susie L/. Ruhl, Pasadena; Mrs. O. R. Young, of San Francisco; Miss Shirley Wanacott, of Pasadena; and Miss Inez Coffelt, of Pasadena. The bride was feted at a pro-nuptial shower party by Mrs. Guy Smith and Mrs. Virgil White. GRADUATED King George Watson, Jr., of Box 114, Nevada lease, Taft. has been graduated from I he Naval Air Technical Training Center at Norman, Okla., and will be transferred to another shore station or to a naval unit afloat. Me is now rated seaman first class. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Watson, live at the above address. Miss Hunter to Be Editor of Weekly Having edited the Bakersfield .Inrilor College paper, the Renegade Ripe, last year Miss June Hunter will .igafn take up her duties as editor-in-chief for this coming year. I^ist season, In spite of war year difficulties, Miss Hunter w-ts uhle to give the school a paper receiving an "A" rating in the San Joaquln college paper contest. On Miss Hunter's staff as news editor Is Miss Lois Hanawalt: feature editor, Miss Barbara Baldwin; service page, Afiss Patricia Blanch- nrd. Reporters are Misses Marjorie Fagan, Pat Moore, Julia Anderson, Lawanda Magee and Fay McCannon. On the business staff are Miss Betty Jean Frank, manager, assisted by Miss Margaret Carlton and Miss Barbara Wiley. New Members to Be Guests at Party A "back to the farm" party for new members Monday, October iifl, in the country, at a place to be designated shortly, was planned when members of Semper Duces Club, comprised of past presidents of Business and Professional Women's Club, met Monday night at the home of Miss Monte Bed well, 111 Haybert Court. A Halloween motif will be introduced. Mrs. Lillian Beardsley is president of the hostess organization, Miss Hone Dennen will handle games. Mrs. Lorena Robertson, refreshments, and Dr. Oma Klopp, membership chairman, invitation to new members. Mrs. George Hamilton, president of the club at large, is adjusting plans for the regular board meeting in order not to conflict with the party. Mrs. T. V. Little of Shafter invited members to her home, for their next meeting, one month from Monday. Mrs. Robertson anil Mrs. Beardsley head the transportation committee. PIN-WORM ne II WAY • IVn THREATEN YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH Don't let your child suffer a single nc«d- Josa minute of misery with Pin-Worms! These pests are more than just a nuisance. Scientific facts now show that crawling Pin-Worms, living and growing inside your child's body, can cause veal distress. It is easy for anybody, anywhere, to catch this nasty infection, often without even knowing what is wronsr. Learn the warning signs—the tormenting, embarrassing rectal itching; also, uneasy stomach, bed-wetting, nervous fidgeting, finicky ai>< petite, and loss of weight. If you suspect Pin-Worms, get a pack- ace of P-W tablets right away and be euro to follow the directions. P-W is the new Pin-Worm treatment developed by the laboratories of Dr. D. Jayne & Son, America's leading specialists in worm medicines. Imparfonf Scltntttc Discovery The small, easy-to-take F-W tablets contain a remarkable druff (gentian violet) that is being hailed by high medical authorities as th* mont effective mean* ever iliKcovered for dealing with Pin-Worms. Thanks to this important discovery, P-W works in a special, gentle way to destroy Pin-Worms. Ask your druggist: ^-W for Pin-Worms 1 mmHiiDiiiiiiHiiiiaiiiiiiimiiaiiiiiiniiiiaiiiiiiHiiiiaiiiiiiHnMDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiCM SMITH'S FARMERS MARKET "THE BEST FOR LESS" THIRD AND CHESTER Friday and Saturday, September 22-23 PEARS Teiiacliapi Bartletts. Perfect for Canning. SPECIAL—Ll'G 391 POTATOES Mountain Grown Russets. Perfect for Baking. SPECIAL 10*35° I PEARS Extra Fancy Bartlettt Pears SPECIAL 3»»25 C CAULIFLOWER Good Size Snowballs. SPECIAL—EACH „„ 15 c I BUTTER Pure Fresh Creamery in Quarters. SPECIAL—POUND 49 c I GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Kitchen Tested, All-Purpose Flour. No. 5 SACK 31 Betty Crocker Soup A f or The Easy Way to Make Vegetable Noodle Soup. 2?4-oz. Packages VANILLA EXTRACT Guild Imitation Vanilla. Extra Strength. BIG 8 OZ. BOTTLE 2J 15 BEEF ROAST Rump. Round Bone or Chuck. SPECIAL—POUND 25 FRYERS Fresh Dressed, Young, Colored Freyers. SPECIAL—POUND 46 c i VEAL ROAST Veal Crown Roast. Cut from Northern Veal. SPECIAL—POUND 31 BOILING BEEF Rib or Plate Boiling Meat. SPECIAL—POUND „ 21 RABBITS Fresh' Dressed Young Frying Rabbits. SPECIAL-POUND > _ 55 Parlor of N. D. G. W. Holds Initiation Nine candidates were recently initiated at a meeting of El Tejon Parlor No. 239, Native Daughters of the Golden West, in the Woman's Club, Mrs. Fred ^Alippi, president, announced here today. Those welcomed were: Misses Dorothv Bell, Betty Bell, Lee Trimble, Frances Da Costello, Miss Enid Johnson, Miss Enid Steadman. Miss Mexlne Guzzard, Mrs. Sarah Bartel, and Mrs. Lillian Bell. Several reports were given by the chairman of the young women's activity group, dancing^ committee. and the pioneer tea committee. It was reported by the war activity committee chairman, Mrs. Ralph Sanders, that El Tejon parlor successfully celebrated Admission Day by selling bonds and stamps. Thoqe manning the booths included: Mesdames Belmond Turner, Harry Smith, Mary Jane Clarkin, N. J. Williams, A. E. Glggy, Russell Bowen, J. M. O'Harc, Jr., Charles Kollenborn, Elmo Sandrini, A. S. Sandrini, Marjorie Rouw, Kmma Mays. Sim Dunham. David Jones, and Miss Lucy Supertino. An interesting program on historical events for the month of Sep. teniber was given by Mrs. Ralph Sanders, and a state flap: was presented to the parlor by Mrs. Madge Fote, Mrs. Bowen. and Miss Rupertino. past presidents of the parlor. Mrs. Alinpi accepted the presentation. At the conclusion of the meeting, rc-froshments were served by the social committee headed by Mrs. Fote. CHOCOIATI HI — Heat \% cupi milk in double boiler. Mix }{ cup GUITTARD'S, % cup sugar, !4 cup flour, 2 tbsps. cornstarch, % tsp. salt, J-J2 cup cold milk; add to hot milk and stir until smoothly thickened. Cover, cook 10 min. Stir in 2 beuen egg yolks; cook 2 min. Add 1 tsp. vanilla. Cool. Pour into baked 8"fte shell; cover with meringue made of 2 egg whites, 4 tbsps. sugar; brown in slow oven (325°*. CUITTARD I G I T - T A R D ) CHOCOLATE LOVELY* ALLURING • LOW*COSf Natural-looking curlf and wives now Toon, easily, cool-ly, at horn*. Do it yourself. The amazing PBNMANBNT WAVE KIT Contains everything you need, permanent war* solution, curlers, shampoo ana wave-set. Safe for every type of hair. Praised by Hollywood movie stars. Over 5 million sold. Get a Charm-Kurt Kit today. At K lmball and Stnn* and all drug stores. Dress Yardage Many Beautiful Prints, Sharkskin and White From 7S/C Yard Permanent. Finished ORGANDY 49C and69Cyd. Chintz . . yard98c Beautiful Floral Design, Many Colors Shower Curtains Size 6x6 with ruffled curtain to match. $5.95 $625 $7.95 PER SET ALSO SOLD SINGLY Aprons . each79c Cotton Prints With Pockets and Ruflles Sheer Oiled Silks, Each 89c Large Selection of Bedroom and Kitchen Curtains Panels in All Lengths SPECIAL Good cotton panel 81 inches long Bed Pillows Crushed turkey feathers, soft as clown. .. . Finest quality ticking. $ 1.98- $ 2.25 „ Crushed Cliickon Feathers . . , This Is $O.25 one of the finest pillows made ea. Occasional Pillows . . . . 79c to $1.98 Large Selection of Fine Chenille, Braided, Shag and Felt .Throw Rugs and Mais ARTCRAFT of CALIFORNIA Always lias Fine Merchandise at Lowest Prices Possible 1423 Eighteenth Street "AROUND THE CORNER FROM TLNY'S" *

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