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Mrs. Cutland to Be Reception Honoree Caledonia Chapter X... :;!M. Order of the Ka.stern Star. «ill honor Mrs. Lena M"e t.'ntland, deputy Brand matron ol I he Funy- sixth District, Slate of California, Order of the Ka.-trrn Star, Tucs- : day. The reception will be held ,-it S p. in. in (.'aledonia .Masonic temple, T1S Gropon street. ] The chapters assistins include: T.ibertas No. ;'t>l', Security No. 41MI. Bakei s field Chapter No. IL'.'I, and Tehaolutpi Chapter No. 1SS.' Ari'.'ingempnls are under ilie .11- roction of Mrs. K. K. Kid.I ami Joseph W. Mart, worthy mation and worthy patron ol C.i|pdoni:i cliapter. Mrs. .1. Jl. Dewar is in rharRC of the dining I'oom. A pio- j^ram lias Ijeen arraimed and all Kasteni Star members and their friends nre inviteil. MRS. GORE WEDS LIEUT. RIESEBERG IS BRIDE OF AUTHOR AT GARDEN HOME CEREMONY SOCIETY PARADE IIOHT COUGHS lue to colds . „ , cased without "dosing". VfCKS W VAPORUB Rub< APPROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS ] Surprising local friends comes • news today nl the wedding of Mrs., ! Valentine Curr.'in 'lore to Lieuten- I .ant llarry .10. RiosehiTg , I'mted Stales Navy, retired, of Canoga Park author of many well-known adven- ! ture books. .Mrs. Splesherg i* the ! i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .lames Cm r.-'ii, 22J Kureka street '['he wedding was celebrated Sun- j day in ;he garden at the borne of; In id'-'s sister and lirolher-in-law. i and Mrs. Heimett R. Nofziger. , aiioy.-i I'ark. Mr. and .Mrs. Nof-: y.imT atti'iidi-d the couple, and also \\CTC host and hostess at a small \\eiMiiii; dinner following l.ii'ini-n.iiit 1,'ii'seliei K is ihi 1 author of the i-uneiil "I 1 lie for Treasure '; .iii'ither to lie ofr tin- press this mouth deals with deep sea sal-' vage uoik. Due of his recent works . is based cm his, own personal ex- ! perienees. ' Seeing (he Future I'hi Kpsilon I'hi sorority recently belli an educational meeting at the homo of Mrs. Strotul Wilson, Mil Kcrlieley. the tbeme of tho evening being, "What IK Your Future'.'" Mrs. U'ilsim was assisted by Mrs. IJd West and Mrs. Arthur Craig. The various features of the evo- niiiK included. readinR by tea leaves. Mrs. Oils Mushes; numerolopry. Miss Clara Spleth; palmistry. Miss Irene Haeeman: and cards, Mrs. West. The decorations consisted of Chinese lanterns and other lighting and articles to give the appearance, of a Cypsy camp. Fink lemonade and frankfurters were served as refreshments by the hostesses. Members are: .M.-Hd.-irn. -•>• Hi. hard liur-nm l-v mclry IK.I...I is A 1 I hur < 'j a itf (liiylnifl Vnn:Wfy .l;i.k I'rirwriulrl Slnnir.il Wils.irl .';< nii'H I III I Inn Felc Sergeant Armstrong Sergeant Donald Armstrong, who is homo on furlough from Salinas Air Base, was pleasantly surprised recently when his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Armstrong, IflOl Hcale avenue, entertained in his honor. Games were played during tbo evening. prizes going to Mrs. George Cane, and Harold Lewis. The guest of honor was the recipient of many gifts. Refreshments were served. Attending were: WOMEN'S JBaher0fielb Calif or n tan Friday, September 22, 1944 lie, 'ii .liini::ii Kni"krr Kill', en Allilr. M;ll n. AnilL-l! Ilillif Coy 11,11 I'.i'UI. .Illrk Shl'i ' HnlhiM-Ki.il 'nre .McCiillon Kaliiin I;;MIH I Miili-r n.iivnr- ilor.ri- Alary Deo Williams U:itiinna Heard Dora I.orenxJ A!rN.«ip. nnd Al rirxirsr Cnn,. i_:h;ir IMS 1'iclt .Mt-wl.irii.-s- KiiZiiln.'lh Kliinil • .tup Tlnitzrnan Iliiriild I.pwla E-'lnyil Arnistrnnff VflniM ChaiWkk IMI (.'hinMir-k ItacU to San After a week's visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Neal. William Neal, who is with the I'nilt'd States Navy, returned to San Diego Tuesday. l'iiili'1 K<l\v;inl .\ l.loyrl .Snic],. Cli l.lr.-n — \.-in. y i'nno ShM .111.Illll Kill.-I nlUK ' '.-n- NATIONAL DOLLAR STORE Fur Fabric Coats LOOKS LIKE REAL FUR So warm ... so ricli- looking. Lining and inner lining quilled together! Box and filled waist styles. Black only. Si/es 12 to 20. FELT HATS All New Shades! For your full elegance . . . choose a hat that Is llatlcr- iiifl to you ! Lni'KC lit'rcts . . . smooth brow pirate lints . . . and oilier new styles. Others to $4.95 FALL DRESSES Dresses for All Occasions ... A nice selection of styles to please. any( woman. Smart black' or colored. Sixes 12 SPORT JACKETS — Parl-wool lierriiiRbono and tweed. Mannish tailored wilh three-hudon front ; two Hup liockcts. Sines 11! to IS. NEW FALL SKIRTS ... A wonderful select ion in lilealed, llaml anil gathered sty It-s. Solid colors, checks mid plaids. Sixes ^1 to :tl. PART-WOOL SLACKS . . . Tailored sinarluoss in this slack. C'omploh" with belt: in brown nnd navy blue. .Sizes llMu 2(1 ALL-WOOL SWEATER The over-favorite Sloppy ,loc. Closely knit wool, crew necK. Siuarl new shades In pink, red. yellow nnd blue. Si/es ::i to .JO. NEW FALL HATS 100% WOOL FELT Snappy smart brim stylos. Hats made 1'or comfort ami . fashion. All head sixes; in ; gray, blue, green, brown. MEN'S UNION SUITS A fine close knit . . . button front. fflA A Short sleeves and lontf logs. Light C^l^9 ecru shade. Sizes 3(> to 11. I ^1 4^ FALL T' SHIRTS Smart ribhed knit wilh crew neck nml IIMIK sleeves. Tight kuit sleeve cuffs and w.-iist. Hrown. heige ami navy blue. Sixes small, medium and l.-irge. BATHROOM SETS . . . Colorful bathroom, sets in washable chenilles. L'nslels with attractive lloral pattern. 1'ench. green, blue, rose and others. CHENILLE RUGS ,u Girls' Reversible Coats BEAUTIFUL RED Poiible-hreasted style, wilh two large pockets on both sides. Hox eoat style. . . . Sixes S to 1-1. 2-PIECE SUITS for Littl* Tots Matching tailored jacket nnd flared skirt with suspenders; part wool. Navy blue and red. Sizes 3 to 0.. CORD Slack Suits PnuliU»-hronnlerl Rlylo jnrkct . . . bib Kt.vlu l roiiKPi'H. with HUH- lu'UflorN. J-nwr sleeves . . . and trim mod wilh while pearl buttons. . . Teal green. BOYS' MILITARY SUITS Regular O. D. shade. Trimmed wilh gold buttons and insignia patch on sleeve, complete with belt on trousers and blouse. Sixes 5 to 8. ' BOYS'FALL PANTS Xeatly tailored in striped patterns. Blue and brown sanforized material. School or dress wear. »Si/.es 4 to 11'. BOYS' COAT SWEATERS Attractive two-tone shades in plaids or tweeds, hong sleeves and V neck. All practical school shades. Si/.es 4 to 3-1. BOYS' CORD PANT SUIT Fine broadcloth blouse top with plnwiile cord pants. Blouse trimmed with matching pants color. Si/es 1 to 4. Poft tult chriulios Fof t ]>aM*M fln[ ;i I l*rrns. To bn^hi^ti thai tifrii (jum! Oval 198 86% Wool Blankets YARD GOODS Just Received! RAYON TAFFETA 39 inches wide. Yard Assorted Colors PANNE SATIN 39 inches wide. Yard Assorted Colors Kegiiliir $10.05 Special! Large sixe, OCxKl. Warm nnd soft. . . . While onl.v. Machine - stitched finished edges. NATIONA Shoe Repair Guaranteed Workmanship MEZZANINE FLOOR DR. DAYMAN'S SMALL ANIMAL HOSPITAL Bakersfield's Newest Small Animal Hospital Medical and Surgical Treatment Kind, Individual Attention 2007 Niles Street Phone 2-0675 W««t't Largest J«w«l«rs • 17 Stores to Serve Youl UHUE1U Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm in the West 1434 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfleid Vlasnik-Bennett Wedding Lovely Rite at Sanctuary At a handsomely arranged ceremony Wednesday at 7:,'tO p. nv. in the. sanctuary of First Methodist Church, Miss Virginia, Kli/.abeth Ylasnik and Lieutenant Loring F. Bennett, Jr., were married by the Reverend N. A. Chri.stensen, pastor of thu church, before a crowd that filled the auditorium. Miss Gen: McFuddin was maid-of- hotior and Miss iletly Bennell, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Joe Vlasnik, Jr., father of thu bride, gave her in marriage, Jack Vaughn attended Lieutenant Bennett as best man and Dr. Nicolai Rilcolf and Private Charles Higgins completed the wedding party as ushers. Mrs. Bennett is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vlasnik, Jr., of Buttonwillow and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loring F. Bennett, Sr., of'Taft, both members of pioneer Kern families. Mrs. Philip B. llowell, soprano soloist, sang "Always" and "Star Oust", with Mrs. A. R. Holsington as the accompanist. Mrs. lloisingkin also played the wedding music, including the bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March." The church was beautifully appointed, white gladioli, palms, candelabra containing white waxen tapers, and pew ends marked off with while satin ribbon bows, being the main attractions of the arrangement. A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. McFaddin, -119 llouchin Road, for relatives and out- of-town guests, preceded the departure of Lieutenant and Mrs. Bennett for Pismo for a brief wedding trip, after which they will be at home in Oceanside. The McFaddin home was a lovely setting for the function, the center of attraction being the flower-decked refreshments table where a tiered wedding cake surmounted by bride and marine bridegroom was sliced by the young couple. Mrs. Vlasnik and .Mrs. McFaddin, mother and aunt of Mrs. Bennett, were assisted at the reception by her aunts, Mesdames S. R. Metcalf, Van McCutchen, C. K. llouchin, Karl Hollii wood's Own Hair Care for YOU! Dissolves loot* dandruff- lubricates scalp— leaves hair naturally soft— lustrous! MEDICATED POWDER/ FINER - LIGHTER - UNLIKE ANY OTHER YOU EVER TRIED! Try this fragrant, mildly medicated powder after shower or bath to help prevent offending; on sunburn, chafed skin, after shaving, 01 minor rash— soothes, promptly helps relieve irritation. Fine for Baby, too! Buy finer, better, Cuticura All-Purpose Talcum I Howard of Pismo and Louis Vlasnik of Long Beach, and the bride's cousins, Mrs. Nicolai N. Rllcoff, and Mrs. Kdrnond Roy of Pismo. Mrs. Bennett was gowned for her wedding in a white slipper-satin frock made with long sleeves, sweetheart neckline, train, tight-fitting bodico and full skirt. A gold necklace which bad belonged to her. maternal grandmother was the only jewelry worn. She carried a white Bible covered with a shower of white orchids. Her white tulle veil cascaded 1'rom a sweetheart tiara of seed pearls. For a golng-away cost nine, Mrs. Bennett chose a forest green wool dressmaker suit, worn with brown accessories, an orchid corsage and a large brown felt hat. For Miss McFaddiu and Miss Bennett were chosen long white chiffon frocks worn over taffeta foundations. They carried cascades of gardenias and wore clusters of the same flower in the coiffure. The bridegroom was attired in the white dress uniform of the marine officer. Mrs. Vlasnik was costumed in a plum colored street-length gown and wore a corsage of white gladioli, and black accessories. Mrs. Bennett wore a black crepe grown with powder blue trim, a corsage of gladioli and black accessories. Mrs. Hcnnetl attended Taft High School and I'niversity of California. Sbo announced her betrothal at a campus gathering in June, and a little later at n tea here at the home of her aunt, Mrs. C. K, llouchin, *09 Houchin Road. lieutenant Bennett was graduated from Taft High School and from the University of California. He received his commission in the United States Marine Corps at Quantico, Va. in June, 144. Vacations Topic of Retired Teachers Sixteen Members Meet for First Session This Fall Sixteen members of Ketired Teachers Association of Kern county renewed friendships and related summer experiences at their first fall meeting held recently at the home of Miss Ada Hopkins, 2ul'6 Park Way. Mrs. Cora Bender presided at the business meeting which followed a 1 p. in. luncheon. Part of the ritual was a Dedication to the Flag, followed by devotions led by Miss Ahlida Ballagh. Gratification was expressed over the passing of recent legislation which placed the retirnient salary of teachers at $00 per month on an actuarial basis. Miss Ballagh was appointed as a representative to California Teachers Association and will meet with that organization in the interest of the Ketired Teachers. Miss Elizabeth Akers became a member. Special guests were Mrs. Bertha Brattaln, Hollywood, a guest of Mrs. Blodget, and Miss Nellie Weiser, house guest of Miss Hopkins. Others present were Mesdames Margaret Ilichardson, Lawrence Davis, Allison Krames, Henry M"ack, Cora Bender, Emeretta Sybrandt, George Taylor, C. R. Blodget, J. T. Carnahan and Mary Byers; Misses Harriet Buss. Ahlida Ballagh and Elizabeth Akers. Miss Shannon Weds at Church Rites Bride of Flight Officer at Sanctuary Ceremony A recent wedding of Interest to local friends was that uniting Miss Jo Ann Winifred. Shannon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .Shannon, 923 Pershlng street, and Flight Officer Carl L. Schwab, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Schwab, Sr., of Biirlln?nme. The young people were married onday, September i. at 8 p. m. The single ring ceremony was performed at First Methodist Church by the Reverend N. A. Christensrn. . Presiding at the organ was Mrs. A. R. Hnlslngton, playing "Always," and "1 Love. You Truly." Mrs. Frank Dlgler was vocal soloist. The bride was attired In a white silk maro,uisette frock, worn with fintertip length veil. She carried a shower bouriuot of gardenias. Miss Dorothy Copper, who acted as maid-of-honor, wore a yellow silk marquisette and carried pink asters. Miss Marilyn Branas was in charge of the guest book. Attending the flight officer as best man was Sergeant Ray Wedegarten of Minter Field, with Joseph Long, usher. Mr. Shannon gave his daughter in marriage. Following the wedding a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents, after which the couple departed for Lincoln, Neb., where the bridegroom is temporarily stationed. Mrs. Schwab wore a gold suit with brown accessories as her going away costume. The young bride was recently feted at "several prenuptial parties, among them a miscellaneous .shower by Mrs. TeUla Shannon, BOO Lincoln street, and a personal shower by Mrs. Viola Sheppard, 2231! Corto. At the latter party, prizes were won by Mrs. William Belter, Miss Klva Xourse, and Miss Marilyn Branas; Mrs. C. L. Tomerlin and Miss Shannon won prizes at the miscellaneous shower. Those attending the party at the Sheppard home were Mesdames Marjorie Matoon. Jennie Garrett, William Belter, Doris Barker, Jennie Jewell, C. F. Underwood, Joe Shannon, Lloyd Agee, Tekla Shannon, and Misses Betty Gardner, Marjorie Greer, Dorothy Cooper, Marion Overocker, Janice Adams, Loretta Spangler, Elva Nourse, Betty Lou Blair, Marilyn Branas, Mary Margaret Graffius, Marion Gardner, Patricia Jones and Ruth Poteete. Those participating at the party given by Mrs. Shannon were Mesdames D. Doan, GUS Hudson, If. H. Bosley. Bryan llaworth, Gertrude Daxzell, S. G. Argain, J. J. MrClean, Latta Broom, Walter Cooper, Martha Grainger, C. L. Tomerlin, O. L. Durham, Ralph Graffius, Margaret Gamble, William Price, II. H. Long, William Price. Jr., John Fiddle, Art King, Elizabeth McConnell, Frank Fisher, Louise MeCcmncll, Viola Sheppard, J. E. Johnson, Ralph Flowers, Charles Thomas, W. C. Wallace, James R. Branas, L. K. Price, John Jlupe, H. C. Carney, C. F. Underwood and Joe Shannon. W. K. L PUBLICJPY LAVENDER CLUB JINKS IS ALSO SEPTEMBER EVENT Hurlbut Woman's Relief Corps Auxiliary to Grand Army of the Republic will entertain at the third of six card parties Saturday at 8 p. in. at Memorial hall. Five hundred will be played for prizes, with Mrs. Ernlly Roy as chairman in charge. The public Is Invited. Three candidates were initiated Wednesday when members met at the hall with Mrs. Mary Osmtm, vice-president, conducting the session in the absence of Mrs. Mary B. Hampson, who is at national convention in the cast. Announcement was made that the animal hl-jinks party of Lavender club, will be held Wednesday, September 27 at the home of Mrs. Grace Richardson, inn N street, with potluck luncheon included. The club was formed at Mrs. Richardson's home. This will l>c a costume affair, as usual, and prizes will be awarded for the "best dressed, funniest, most original and best sustained characters." Participants are asked to bring their own table serv» Ice. Mrs. Minnie Campion Is chairman of the club. TEACHERS RECEPTION A reception was recently held in the patio of Mountain View School for the teachers, the function being sponsored by the P. T. A. A panel discussion, "What I_Expect of the Schools" was a felyre of the event in addition to a Tspe- cial program. P. T. A. NOTES An informal "get • acquainted" meeting was recently held by Union Avenue P. T. A. in the school, plans being: discussed for a carnival to be held Friday, October 27 It was also announced that an executive board meeting will be held September 29 In the school library. Sheldon Hoessel, principal, welcomed the group and gave a short talk on the school activities. The meeting was concluded with community singing, and refresh- j inputs were served by the executive . board. ' "ONf PR/Cf —TWO GUESfV THE mnVFLOWER S3* SO ORAND AVI. DOWNTOWN IOS ANOIUS • 350 GUEST ROOMS AM Outtfefe Rooms 'All wrtfc faffe RATIS OUAHANTIID AS ADVHTISIO $2 73 to $440 No cmtro chorf • . 3 p«rton» t* room v ou don't hove to bargain! • MONTCRIY COCKTAIL ROOM COMII SHOP • ORIIL Oorogo •Jhe l-^ermanent of [-'rofe64ionai VJeautieA The glorious hair-loveliness possessed by professional models such as glamorous Betty Jane Hess and stars of the stage and screen is yours when you have this never-to-be-forgotten Permanent experience. It's delightful/ refreshing, and above all — It's Beautifyingl OUR COLD WAVES ARE GUARANTEED MOSS BEAUTY SHOP for Your Next COLD WAVE EMPRESS VICTORIA VICTORIA GRAND PRIZE Sam Moss Beauty Shop 1713 Eighteenth Street Phone 2-4336 Member of He lone Curtis Guild of Professional USO Dance Saturday to Be at County Grounds The T'SO dance Saturday evening will be held in the main building at the falrprroniHlH Instead of In the I'SO hall, it \va« announced here today by Miss Dorothy McAdain, of tlio i.'S(). Junior hostesses are urued to attend the. dance. .Music will be fur- nishc'l by the Sky Liners. A radio show will also bo broadcast from tl»a fairgrounds at U \>. m., followed by a variety show. Formula for Fashion . . .And now that the long- nwaited cool wcnthor is here, it's only natural that you turn your thoughts to dreams of n luscious, luxurious fur coat for the busy, chilly mouths to come. MAKV HAD A LITTLE LAMIt which she took where- ever she went. . . . And why not? For it was a lovely j;rey Bombay lamb made into a coat of simple elegance fashioned by a master's hand. The long sweep from shoulder to hem, the roomy mandarin sleeves, the sleek tuxedo front, all go into making the coat a really superb creation. You'll see it at EGGEH'S. THE LITTLE FOXES give you a feeling of utter magnificence . . . your choice of red, blue or silver will make you feel like a dream-come-trtie. THE WOLF WHISTLE will have a meaning if you're wearing one of Egger's truly wonderful NEW short coats of polo wolf. The skins are beautifully matched, nnd the natural color of the soft, pliant long-haired fur will give you that feeling of unparalleled elegance. GOING STEADY is easy in a rayon-gabardine dress—slim as a rapier. You can wear it to work, on your volunteer war job, to luncheon, shopping and straight on into evening. The dress buttons from neckline to hemline with one slim little pleat in the back of the skirt to let you walk with confidence. The sleeves are long and button at the cuff like your favorite shirt, and are set-in a la Adrian^ but with the same detail found on the shoulders of your dearest army officers' trench coat. You'll find it in boney-gold or artillery red. • * * DRESSIXG-L'P IS FUN if you have decided to go all-out for the feminine as so many of the really smart women are doing this season. For the stately, imposing figure there is a dinner dress of the blackest jet-black with a high, round neckline adorned with glittering black sequins. The long, slim skirt falls straight to the floor, but wanders off into a soft, deft side drape that is caught at the hip by more black sequins. It's really a sheer triumph of eloquence. YOUNG AND SWEET Is the evening dress with the full, full skirt of black and white check. The bodice is short, made of the softest black velvet, and tapers off at the shoulders in the tiniest of cap sleeves. Little bits of the check peek out from under the caps and from the soft, square neckline. It's a cinch to wow the stagline. This season is full of wonderful, slim, feminine fashions. You'll find them all at

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