The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 26, 1944 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 26, 1944
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ACTIVITIES OF P. T. A. The program for the year was announced recently when Lakeside P. T. A. met in the school, with iyore than 50 members participating, according to Mrs. A. B. Cobb, president of the unit. Mrs. Clifford Zachary is program chairman for the year and among the social events planned by them are a Halloween party, Christmas party, and several potluck functions, dances, and musical programs. Following the business meeting Mrs. Elmo Destefani acted as mistress of ceremonies while the group put on a "Breakfast at Sardi's," Mrs. Cebb winning the good neighbor corsage. During the latter part of the meet- Ing refreshments were served by Meadames C. C. Chase, W. B. Me-, Coy Daffern, and Clifford Zachery. It was also announced that the unit Is sponsoring a dance at the school Saturday evening. Chairmen for the months during the school year beginning with October are: Mesdamos Elmo Destefani, Milton Sanford, Coy Daffern, W. B. McCabe, Bert Garzelli, Orlando Torrigiannl, J. H. Kepler, and Fred Rawlins. A get-acquainted tea was recently held in honor of the faculty by the executive board of the Horace Mann P. T. A. Mrs. L. B. Davy, principal, welcomed the group and introduced the teachers, Mrs. Bert Ryder, president of the unit, Introducing the members of the board. Refreshments were served by a committee from the unit, and Mrs. R. E. Rexroth was in charge of the floral arrangements. Mrs. Ed Anderson, president, an flounces the first general meeting of the school year of Mount Vernon P. T. A. for Wednesday, October It. .At a recent meeting which was in the form of a "get-acoualnted" tea, the principal, Phillip Niederaucr, in troduced the teachers. More than 35 mothers participated. Mei.ibers of the executive committee acted as hostesses. __^_ Mrs. Charles Rose -was the guest speaker at the first meeting of the tandard School Parent-Teacher As- ociation which was held recently at tandard School, according to Mrs. Cenneth Leimbach, president. "Brazil" was discussed by Mrs. lose, who has traveled In the South American country. New teachers were Introduced by . H. Farnham, principal, and Teddy and, student body persident, was In- roduced by Norman Hefner, coun- elor. President Sand, in turn, pre- ented the other student body offl- ers. A survey of the medical activities n the school wus outlined by Miss ladge Bresnahan, school nurse. A membership drive will open with tea on September 29, Mrs. Elmer Cornish announced. Mrs. Leimbach said that a resolu- ion favoring the establishment of a lark-playground and youth recrea- ion center in the North-of-the-River area was passed by the group. East Bakersfield High School P. T. A. executive board will meet or a potluck luncheon, Tuesday, at he home of Mrs. Charles Schertz, Eucalyptus Drive. Goodtiewst f OR fOlKS WITH tiead Colds SFECMl Doublt-Duly Now Drops Works Fail Might Whirl TroubH 1st Quick relief from distress of head colds is what you want. 60 use Va-tro-nol. Afewdrops up each nostril soothe irritation, relieve congestion. Also helps prevent many colds from developing if used in time. Just try it 1 Follow directions in folder. VICES VA-mO-MOL Swore at PILES! But Now He SMILES! VOU may wnlle loo. Use doctors' formula for dlatresa of piles. Same n» used adjunctlrely bj ipeeialliU at Doted clinic. Be amazed m pain, itch, aorcnm get auch QUICK relief I Get fl.OO tuba Thornton & Mlnor'a Kectnl Ointment today. Or get the ensy-to-appljr Thornton A Minor Rectal 8nppotltorle», onlti a few ceoU more. Try DOOTOHS' way TODAY. At all good druii itora everywhere—In Bikers ritld. at Hughes Oral Store. FALSE TEETH F/T LIKE NENHIJH | ONE APPLICATION make) loot* platti fit com iortably for wccki. Not i pawdlr—nol» pane. Thou atnda delighted. Econom ' ical; tubea 59c and 98c all good drug itorii. MONIY-BACK GUAtANTH I \ RETURNS—After an absence ot several years, Attorney Kenneth J. Thayer, a native of Bakersfield, will return and be affiliated with Attorney Harold D. Leddy, at 316 Haberfelde building. Mr. Thayer attended Bakersfield schools, having graduated from Bakersfield High School and Junior College. He was a student at the University of California and completed his law course in Los Angeles, and has been practicing in that city since 1934. The lawyer will reside at 238 Quincy street with his family. NOTES ABOUT COUNTY PEOPLE BRIEF NEWS NOTES Resuming their trip to Puente Arenas, Chile, to join their husband and father, Gerald Dodson, are Mrs. Dodson and daughter, Linda, and son, Stephen, after some time spent in Mexico City where they went ifter the ship on which they sailed for Chile was destroyed by an explosion and fire In a Mexican port. They expected to reach their destination by September 2!), according to word received by Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Scott, parents and grandparents. Complimenting her mother, Mrs. L. D. Smith, on her birthday anniversary, Mrs. William Gilchrist entertained at a noon dinner in her honor at her Delano home recently. Covers were laid for Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith and son, David, Mrs. Gilchrist and son, Robert, and daughter, Jane Ann. Added to the staff of the Delano Union grammar schools is Samuel Wenet of Chicago, graduate of Northwestern University. Employed to teach in an expanded enrollment, Mr. Wanet has taken over a combined sixth and seventh grade class in the Cecil School. Leaving for her home at Topeka, Kan., after a visit in Delano with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nickel and daughter, Judith, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gordon and daughter, Donna, is Mrs. P. E. Rogers. Returning to her home in Lake City, Ark. after a two week's visit in Delano with her brother, Arnold Horn and Mrs. Horn, is Mrs. Claud Sneed who had not seen her brother for 20 years. Leaving for her home in Fort Worth, Texas, after a year spent in Delano, where she was a nurse's aid at the Delano Hospital, is Mrs. Rose Couch. Members of the Fireside Forum of the Delano Community Methodist Church met recently in the church social hall for the September meeting. * Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Baxter and sons of Delano was Seaman Third Class Warren Doug las Baxter of Oxnard. Following the sixth annual conven- ion of the Filipino Inter-Commu- riity Organization of the western states held at Fresno, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Escalona of Delano enter- ained a number of leaders at their Delano home. Their guests were: Mrs. Filar Hidalgo Lim, of the Philppine Rehabilitation Commission; Dr. J. Imperial of the office of the resident commissioner In San Francisco, and his assistant, Doctor Ubaldo; Dr. D. M. Yap of Washington, D. C., editor of Bataan, Magazine; D. T. Duga, San Francisco, A. Cruz, Stockton, president and .reasurer respectively of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce of America; A. Gonzales, Stockton, John Dionisio, Miss G. Guno, Seattle, Miss J. Padilla, Stockton, president, secretary, first vice-president and acting secretary respectively of the Inter-Community Organization; Vicente Roldan, Stockton, editor of th« Philippine Examiner; B. L. Rosarlo, president of the American-Philippine Federation of Los Angeles. A message telling of the wounding of Sergeant Bud Zollinger of Delano in. France on September 2, has been received by Mrs. B. Zollinger, mother of the soldier. This is the second time he has been wounded in action. Meeting with the faculty of the Delano elementary schools recently, was Dr. Carl Rich, curriculum coordinator for the county schools, from the office of County Superintendent of Schools Leo B. Hart. CORPORAL WAR REX L. LYNCH soon will complete his training at the combat crew training school, Sioux City, Iowa, and be ready to go overseas. Lynch, engineer in a heavy bomber crew, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lynch. 206 Madison street, Taft. He entered the scrivce June 7, 194,'!. Prior to his entry into the service he was a surveyor for the Standard Oil of California. LIEUTENANT DOUGLAS SHIFFLET, son of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Shlfflet has entered on a five- week advanced course in four-engine flight training at Homestead, Fla., after which he will be assigned to foreign service. He recently spent a nine-day furlough in Delano with his parents. LIEUTENANT DONALD TODD, former desk sergeant at the Delano police departmant, who is with the field artillery is now in France, according to word received by his sister, Mrs. Roy Adams of Delano. FRANK W. CROSS of 402 >,& Polk street is attending the twenty- third convention of the Disabled American Veterans being seld in Denver, representing Taft Chapter No. 19. CAPTAIN ROBERT SNYDER, United States Marine Corps, is now stationed somewhere in the south Pacific, according to word received here by his mother, Mrs. Dennie Crowe. MHS. LAWRENCE SALSA and daughter, Alice Dan, and Abe Goertzen were among the Delano residents transacting business in Bakersfield recently. CLARENCE HARDY who is employed in defense work at Vallejo arrived in Delano recently to spend a 10-day sick leave with Mrs. Hardy. MR. AND .MRS. GEORGE KI1EV of Wan Diego arrived in Delano re contly for a visit of several day> with their son, John Frey am family. E. G. FRANK of the C. C. M. O lease near Fellows is a patient in the Santa Fe Hospital in Los Angeles. CHARLES M. BASSETT is ill at the family ranch home northeast of. Delano. MRS. GLADYS N. EDWARDS o: Tipton was a recent afternoon business visitor In Delano. MRS. WILLIAM U. SMITH has returned to her Delano home from several days spent at San Diego and Alhafnhra, where she accompanied her grandson, William G. Smith to register nt tho Brown Military Academy at the former city, find visited with her daughter, Mrs. L. S. Chambers and family, in Alhambrn. MRS. WILLIAM B. SMITH, of Delano, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. William Keschwilder, and Mr. Kirchwilder of Wisconsin, is spending a three-week vacation at Greenhorn Mountain Park where they are occupying the Smith cabin. MR. AXD MRS. GLEN LAW LOR and son who have resided at Reno. Nev., for the past few years have returned to Delano to make their home while Mr. Lawlor is a member of the Delano Joint Union High .School faculty. MRS. MAMIE MORT who arrived in Delano three weeks ago to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. John Frey, and family was called Tuesday to Riajto by the sudden death of her eldest sister, RECENT GUESTS at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald and family on the Universal lease at Lost Hills were Mrs. Oswald's niece, Mrs. Nelly Boultinghouse and daughters, Jane and Lois, o£ Oildale. BEN DUGGINS, Jr., who is stationed with the army In New York, was a recent house guest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duggins, Sr., in Lost Hills. MRS. MARILOUISE COEN, district deputy of Royal Neighbors lodges, has returned to Los Angeles after » recent visit in Delano with the Royal Neighbor lodge. MR. AXD MRS. R. C. BROWN of Delano have as their house guests Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. W. Merrill Hill, and sons, Tommy and Michael, of Fresno. MR. AND MRS. B. E. HOWARD and sons of Delano entertained as their recent guests, Sergeant Philip Frascr and Mrs. Frascr of Fort Meade, Md. J. W. ELKINS, Delano service station proprietor, suffered a cracked bone in hia right arm below the elbow while changing a tire for a customer recently. AIR. AND .MRS. R. L. DOOLEY, former Delano residents, now of tho FITMIO district, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs Everett .lours, and Air. Junes, also of Fresno, spent Tuesday with T>r. IViolPy's sister, Mrs. Frank M. Kee and her daughter, .Miss Beryl Kee, of D-liino. i MRS. JAA1KS KYLE and daughter, j Barbara Loe, of Oakland, who nre with their relative?, Mr. ! and Airs. E. J. Kyle of Wasco. weru recent visitors in Delano with their mother and grandmother, Airs. Alice Moss. Mr. and Airs. Kyle accompanied them. MIDSHIPMAN BEN STRADLEY of Aim row Cove, has returned to his after a recent visit in De- liino with his mother. Mrs. Jessie \ should Strndley, :md his sister, Patricia Stradley. MR. AND MRS. JAMES BARTON of DoWino had as their recent guests their relatives. Samuel H;irtnn, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Finn. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Finn, all of Hakersficld. MISS AI1L1DA BAI.LAGH of Bakersfield visited recently in Delano with friends and transacted business, while on her way to Lindsay to fill speaking engagements. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT LIVINGSTONE and J. brown have returned to their Delano homes from a 10-day trip to San Francisco and Reno, Nev. MRS. JAMES KYLE and daughter, Barbara, of Oakland, are spending several weeks in Delano as guests of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Alice Moss. Fire Prevention in Barns toBeStressed TMirin«? F'irc Prevent Inn 'Week. ! which will bo 1'ioin October 8 to October 1-1. special care in prevent- | iiiK fires in barns will be empha- i sixoij, ami general recommenflatlons : are ndvisorl by tho Kern County Agricultural Extension Service. ; "Next to the home, the barn Is ; the most important building on the farm; yet, through carelessness, j more than 40,000 barns were either I destroyed or damaged by tire in j the United Stt.ics last year," states j II. C. MV'ith'fiC tho extension service, j Repair of electrical cords, If j frayed, is first on the list of fire | preventi'm recommendations. They knottpfl. because a short ; might result. I'ortable lights should I bo kept, away from hay and Ian- , li'i-ns placed so that they cannot be kicked over by workmen or animals. J Authorities HlM> point out that , hay should bo properly cured and ) thoroughly dried before being stored ] in barns. "If hay .starts to heat up. j get it out. of the barn immediately." is the advice given. Smoking should never be permitted in the barn and j some, approved fire fighting equipment should be kept at all times, It was concluded. RUM TAKEN A burglary at Sherry's Liquor Store, 31 Chester avenue, was reported to the police department last night. The show window ot the store was broken and four pints of rum .taken, it was reported. Inspector E. A. Walls and Inspector W. R. Dolan made the investigation. Tuesday, September 26, 1944 5 1 Semi-Weekly "Zooms" Be iure it's PURE CANE SUGAR insist on NERY.PACKED CONTAINERS Asthma Mucus Loosened v.?Vi.'.. Say Thousands of Sufferers If choking, gasping, wheezing, recurring attacks of Bronchial Aithtna rob you of sleep and energy, accept this liberal trial offer. Get Mindaco, a dottor's prescription, from Tour druggist; take exactly as directed and see for yourself how quickly It usually help* loosen and remove thick strangling mucus, thus promoting freer breathing and refreshing sleep. You be the judge. Unless delighted and entirely satisfied with results, simply return the empty package and your money back Is guaranteed. Don't suffer another night without trying guaranteed M«n<Mc»— only 60e at druggists today. ~iau Says FURS Gray furs steal the fashion spotlight. Wonderfully flattering, young, so versatile in our gray Bombay Lamb tuxedo coat—smart, warm and fashionable day and night. Just one of the excellent investment values in our quality fur collection. •380.00 Flu* Fed. Tax 1823 Chester Avenue • Bakersfield Choice of Fim8he0..MaKoganyorWaln Just received—Two carloads of this smartly styled eastern table which has rare charm and refinement. ... It is an extremely well-constructed table and has an attractive, smooth, velvety, dull rubbed finish. . . . The styling features Duncan Phyfe design, the popular pic-crust gallery, and a clear glass top. ... It is a most practical size measuring 19V-! inches in width and 34 inches in lengili This handsome cocktail table is definitely a style lahle of lasle and distinction and FOR THREE DAYS ONLY is priced far below even pre-war day value. . . . Ask to see these lovely tables within the three-day time limit. '745 I TOR THREE DATS ONLY Eighteenth and H Streets-Phone S-8541 % BAKERSFIELD 1028 Baker Street—Phone 4-4991 EAST •AKERSFIELD 519-521 Center Street—Phone 99 TAFT McMahan's Radio Programs KPMCat7:18A.M. KPMCatS:30A.M. KERN at 7:00 P.M. KERN at 8:00 P. M. KPMC at 12:00 Neon KERN at 12:48 P. M. The Grand Champion Hoc and Prize Steere of the Kern County Junior Livestock Show of 1844 will go on •ale at Frank Meat Company markets in the near future. Watch for dates! Frank's Reporter

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