The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1944 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

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5 Fridoy, September 22, 1944 gfe JWwMffefc CalffOrnbM ELIMINATE THE BURDEN OF FUNERAL EXPENSES Protect your loved ones. Make it unnecessary for your family to pay your funeral and burial bills from your insurance or savings which they will need to live on. Investigate the Forest Lawn Protection Plan which eliminates funeral bills and provides cash for burial expenses no matter wheft or where the need occurs. You decide in advance exactly how much shall be spent on the funeral and you may specify any furieral director anywhere in the U. S. or Canada. CASH FOR "LAST ILLNESS" EXPENSES AND A MONTHLY CASH INCOME The Forest Lawn Protection Plan can do more than eliminate funeral bills. Cash may be provided for "last illness" and other emergency expenses, plus a monthly income to tide the family over the difficult period of readjustment. Any person; regardless of age, may apply for this Protection. It carries cash and loan values and there can never be any assessments because this protection is issued by an old-line, legal reserve company. SEND FOR THE FREE BOOKLET TODAY! It costs nothing to find out how the Forest Lawn Protection Plan is bringing peace of mind to thousands through its complete circle of protection — how it protects insurance funds—protects the financial future of loved ones. Mail the coupon NOW. No obligation. FOREST LAWN LIFE INSURANCE CO, 1400 So. doadolo Avo., 0«pt. 23 P > Colifomia PWoM Mud «•, without cod e booklet •xplalniM ttw Foroit laws (fond U«m C*.. Stato AMM) For AD Men! Young and Older Men's Sport Shirts Washable sport shirts for dress or leisure wear. Full button front, two pockets and convertible collar which can be worn with or without a tie. Colors: tan, beige, blue, green. Spun-rayon and assorted novelty fabrics. Small, medium and large. '3.95 Others at $4.95 Men's Dress Trousers Fine quality—crease resistant—all-wool gabardine and Bedford cord. We have modified slack styles. In colors: Brown, blue and tan. Waist measures are from 28 to 44. '8.50 Others at $7.50 Boys' Leather Jackets Plain cape or pig grain finished leather jackets ... fleece or rayon lining. Aviator or straight front styles with zipper pockets. Colors: Black and cocoa. Sizes 4 to 20. 8.95 '11.95 1695 Shaftcr High School students will >e able to follow progress of the Allies in Europe readily as a result )f the large "win the war" map now jeing made by the high school art- craft class. Constructed on light blue poster ioard under the supervision of Mrs. Hartha Dawe, art teacher, the map vill show Invasion fronts, with mlna- ure American, British, Russian and German flags attached to long mounting pins used to show clearly he relative positions of the armed 'orces. Flags on the mounting pins vere made by Miss Elizabeth Daniels and Miss Margaret Goertzen, class members. The pins can be moved asily as more territory is gained dally by the Allies. "Only important locations will be itrd on the map and boundary linos vill l>e emphasized." Mrs. Dawe stated. The map will be placed in be main hallway of the school so hat all members of the student body an refresh their geography and will have a definite picture In their minds of such historic wartime laces as Cherbourg, Normandy, the •Siegfried line, .is well as other spots. distances also can *e observed readily through use of the map. Later other members of the art- Registration! Registration ends September 28. Be sure and register! Men's "T" Shirts Fine quality knit "T" shirts. They're cool and comfortable. Just the thing for leisure wear. Washable. Require no ironing. Small, Medium and Large $ 100 Boys' Dress Trousers Well-tailored gabardine trousers for the young boys! These are in the popular modified slack style. He'll enjoy them for school or for off-campus wear. Fine quality gabardine. Zipper fly. $J A f* SIZES 4 to 18. * 4.4D Weill's Basement MEN'S DEPARTMENT Shafter Students Will Have Large "Win the War" Map craft class will endeavor to keep the students informed on progress of the Pacific battlelines by a similar map of that area, Mrs. Dawe reported. Another contribution of the art- craft class Is an attractive background board for school publicity Items which Is located in a showcase in the main hallway. Miss Patricia Myrick, art student, has charge of the clipping and mounting of all .school publicity articles and pictures and has designed an appropriate mounting board. ' The art course Is given the seventh period, and Is Included in the offerings of the home economics program. Mrs. Dawe is now teaching the art course the same period for tho sixth year, as well as instructing home economics other periods of the day. Tliree of the students have elected to take the art course a. second time in order to receive more advanced work. They include the Misses Margaret Ket- tenhorn. Jeane Schriener and Annie Marsh. DELANO VISITOR Mrs. Chester Hamlin of Earlimart was a recent visitor at Delano. Taft Red Cross Head Gets Service Pin TAFT, Sept. 21.—In recognition of the outstanding work done by ilrs. Anne Doyle during the past five years as chairman of the production corps of the West Side Oilfeld chapter of the American Red Cross, a five year service pin was presented to her at the monthly board meeting by Dick Casey, secretary. In report- Ing the work done by the production corps in August, Mrs. Doyle stated that 477 articles were shipped to the production centers. The shipments Included 144 apron type filled kit-bags, 100 unfilled kit bags, 144 housewives, 65 pairs of men's outing flannel pajamas, 6 quilts, 6 pillows, 5 navy beanies, 6 khaki helmets, and 10 pairs of khaki gloves. A rrcw quota has been received and workers are busy on it. First aid classes have been begun among the eighth grade students at Lincoln School under the supervision of Claude Walsh, chairman- of first aid for the West Side Oilfields chapter of the American Red Cross. Upon completion of the course those pupils satisfactorily passing the tests will be awarded junior first aid certificates. Last year Mr. Walsh stated that certificates were awarded to 75 eighth grade boys. Bright 'n Lively! for Toddlers to Teens We've selected bright lovelies for the teenage gal and for the toddlers, just starting off to school this year . .. warm clothing and gay things, assets to any wardrobe. Little Girls Coats We have a variety of little girls' coats which have just arrived. Chesterfields, rcversibles, box styles and princess styles. In solid colors, tweeds and plaids. Wool mixtures. Sizes 3 to 14. '8.95 ,.'10.95 Tailored Blouses Every girl's first love, for wear with suits, skirts and slacks or under sweaters. In cotton broadcloth, pique and soft twill materials. One pocket, turnback collar. . . . White, pink, maize, powder blue, tan. Sizes 32 to 40. 1,79 Slipover Sweaters Campus favorites are these Sloppy Joe slipover sweaters. They're all wool and come in a wonderful color range: purple, Kelly green, light green, powder blue, brown, pink, turquoise, beige, maize, yellow, black, navy blue. They'll go with any skirt. Sizes 34 to 40. $ 3.98 Little Girls' Sweaters For the small sweater girl, we have Sloppy Joe slipover sweaters and coat styles, with long sleeves. There is a large color assortment, including maize, green, blue, red and brown. All wool. Sizes 7 to 16. '3.45 Oxfords Beautifully simple oxford, low built up leather heel. *4.85 Kiddies' Training Panties Fine quality rib-knit training panties. These have a double .crotch and elastic in the waist band. Good cotton. In white. Sizes 1 to 6. Moccasin •Flat heeled rubber soled moccasin toe oxfords, supremely comfortable. '3.95 CANDY! A large assortment of candy bars, pound boxes of chocolates and hard candies in jars has just arrived in Weill's Basement candy department. We offer you bars by the box as long as they last. You'll find these perfect for overseas mailing... and we urge you to mail overseas.packages NOW! i • i Weill's Basement This Is Your Dress for Fall/ Dark and Sparkling Feel truly dressed up in a sequin trim gown. These will make you feel as bright as they'll look on you. We have one and two-piece styles in dark crepes .. . styles to suit any figure and best of all, sizes to FIT any figure! Sizes 10-52. Others at $5.95 and $10.95 WEILL'S BASEMENT You'll Find the Hats Smartest... Youngest MILLINERY $198 $J98 Ready Today in WEILL'S BASEMENT

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