The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 26, 1944 · Page 9
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 9

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 26, 1944
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^ LAUNCH 8. S. LEfJION VICTORY —To Miss Loretta Mr Man us, center, came the honor, recently, of acting* as maid of honor for the ancient traditional rite of launching: a ship. The sponsor was Mrs. Warren Atherton, left, and the flower girl was Mrs. Holt Atherton. right, both of Stockton, wife and daughter-in-law of Commander Alherton of the national American Legion organization. Inset is Miss McMatius with hand, •ome souvenir scrapbook, the gift of Pcrmanente Company, builders of S. S. Legion Victory. Public Warning! BEWARE OF FIN-WORMS Wartime living: conditions may be the cause of spreading Pin-Worm infection. Scientific reports in many communities have shown at lenst one-third of the examined children and grown-ups to be victims of Pin-Worms—often without knowing what was wronffl Watch out for the warning: siirns that may mean Pin-Worms in your child or yourself; the tormentinR, embarrassing J-octal itch, the uneasy stomach, bed-wetting, nervous fidgeting, finicky appetite. H»w Diicovwy Hailed By Doctor* After centuries of distress caused by Pin- XVorms, a new and hifthly effective iray to fieal with this stubborn pest has recently been discovered. This scientific discovery, hailed by medical authorities, is a remarkable druff (gentian violet). It IE the vital element in P-W, the new Pin-Worm treatment developed by the laboratories of Dr. D. Jayne & Son. America's leading specialists in worm medicines. P-W tablets are small and easy to take, and they act in a special way to destroy the creatures. So don't take chances with Pin-Worms. At the first warning sign, ask your drug- cist for P-W. and follow the directions. P-W means Pin-Worm relief! '...WHEN I ROMAN MEAL PORRIDGE IS OUR BREAKFAST! ROMAN* MEAL SOME WAY - - EVERY DAY Emerson School Pupils Learn of City Government by Personal Interviews Personal interview is the method | used by committees of eighth grade j students in Mrs. Kllen Chisholm's j social studies classes at Kmersun j School to learn about city, county, [ and state governments. Mayor Alfred Sicmon Is speaking j to the first period class Tuesday morning, said that the oily of Bak- erslield had changed for the butter, lie said the present generation will not be able to finish the job and that it is up to the boys and girls to finish what their mothers and fathers bad started. Uoy llubbard. oily building inspector, explained to the fourth period class Tuesday afternoon how the city council is elected and how it appoints the mayor and city manager, lie traced the history of The city charter from I'.nii to the present, and concluded his talk by. telling of his duties as building inspector. Lieutenant Claude Morelock, of the oily police department, told the fifth period class how the police department had developed and that it was celebrating its centennial anniversary for one hundred years ago, the first police department was organized in Xew York City. He told the children that the police were their friends and not their enemies. Aninversary Fete Shared by Crowd Silver Wedding Incentive for Open House Function The twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. anil .Mis. Thomas F. Milloy was the incentive for an open house held Sat unlay evening at their home, L':',I4 Oregon Drive. A buffet supper was served in the garden, and they were assisted by Mrs. William J. FoKlo. Mrs. Stanley Sei;a I and their daughters, Mrs. Holier! Wheeler. Miss ICileen Milloy, a junior at the. I'liiversity of California, Berkeley, and Miss Patricia Milloy, who presided over the. £;nest book. Mr. and Mrs. Milloy, residents of this city for the last lf> years, were married in Bottineau, N. 1>. They repeated their weddinir vows Saturday morning at ;'. mass al St. Joseph's Catholic Church with the Reverend Father Thomas Karlcy of- i 1'icialiiig. Mr. Milloy is superintendent of the Calwell Construction Company for this district. Mrs. Milloy's. mother, Mrs. Kstclla Solsberiier, of Los Angeles, and Mr. Milloy's mother, Mrs. Arthur Milloy. of Itedondo Beach, were \n attendance. (luests at the supper were Messrs. and Mesdames W. J. Fogle. Vaughn Ward, John Meagher. K. B. Parry, T. II. llanlon, Thomas D. Sutton, William J. Lord. <~!oorge Mender- liausen. II. B. Merryweather, Ralph Bedwell, Jake Vanderlel, Walter (ireen, Karl Green. Fred Wheeler. Southgate; K. C. Bauer. Bell; Khun l-i-eear. I'reston Tate, J. K. Bassill. II. X. Wylie, Lee P.oyd. Jr., William IIas:nussen, Warren South. Joseph Steiner, Henry Weitzei, Paul Butts. Dr. and .Mrs. II. I.. Pen-in, of TiijunjM; and Mrs. Kstella Solsber- ger, of Los Angeles; Mrs. Arthur Milloy. Tledondo Beach: .Mrs. Stanley Segal. Helen Xanotto, Mrs. Alice Bixby, of Pomona; Mrs. .1. H. Huh- wedel andd aughter, Mary Louise lluhwedel; Mrs. lOllen Crump, Mrs. j l.oretta Truesdell, of Los Angeles; .Miss Lillian Coleman, the Reverend Father Thomas Karlcy, William Lel'rohn, Matt Lvlanty, William Walker, Merced; and Lieutenant William Bradley, and Joanne and Marv llanlon. Club Going Back to Place Where Formed The home of Mrs. Grace .Richardson, 100 X street, will be the .setting of a high .jinks party and potluck luncheon at 12 noon Wednesday, the event being sponsored by the Hurlbut Lavender Club. The club is reported to have been organized at the Richardson home "0 years ago. Priy.cs will be awarded and members are requested to bring' their own table service. CARE OF UKiS To get the most use from rugs, they should be rolled with a carpet .sweeper or lightly gmio over with a vacuum cleaner daily, thoroughly cleaned weekly, and sent out for a professional cleaning at once everv 1wo years. Mark Date When Wed 67 Years Ago Mr. and Mrs. David, residents of this county for the last till years were the guests of honor at a re cent dinner party given them b\ their grandson and granddaughter .Mr. and Mrs. W. Leo Johnson ISiil Lake street. The event was in celebration of the couple's sixty- seventh wedding anniversary and also Mr. David's eighty-seventh birt hday anniversa ry. Mr. David is a retired farmer. Attending the dinner iu addition to the Davids, and the Johnsons were the host and hostess' daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert E. Kay. and their two sons, "Walter and Hillv Hav. lilil'SH OFTKX Tight skirts mean harder wear. Brush frequently with ;i soft, brush to keep up nap. Guild to Hold Meet in Episcopal Church St. Margaret's Guild will hold its first, meeting' of the 1'all season, AVedncsday, at 7:".0 p. in., in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, officers requesting a full attendance. All newcomers Avho are interested in the work of the church are also invited. Mrs. 1C. J. .McKvoy is president of the guild; Mrs. Jennie Vierling. vice- president, and Mrs. Lake Lovelace, treausrer. Blankets which were sold during the summer for the organ fund may be called for at the home of Mrs. T. A. Beaty. ".2'2 Draoena street. Hostesses for the social hour will be Mrs. C. E. \Vakefield and Mrs. Morris Spier. Forty Girls Going to U. S. Marine Base Forty ".ills will be convoyed to Mojave Marine Alp Base this week end to be the quests of servicemen there-. The bus will leave the I'So Saturday at <> p. m. and wirls wish- iiiK to K" are requested to call Mrs. Genevicve Viertbaler, G-tillM, or -Mrs. T. 1C. Pardoe, iMi.Mi.X. ROVING AMHASS \IM»R — Re cently fulfilling his duties as mv- ing ambassador from the local B. \V. I!. S. is Corporal Ted F.rmvu, who visited .",1 Berkeley Square, Liinilnu. Corporal !!ro\\n is stationed in England with the army. British War Relief Much Appreciated Kern Man Writes of Visit to London Headquarters Corporal Ted Brown, of this city, stationed with the t'nited Slates Army in England, recently visited ,"> I j Berkeley Square. London headqiiar- i ters for British War Relief. The icorpnral was a pointed to visit the i site bv I lie local group of the British : War Relief Society at the request of ! 1 be society h\ adqnarlcrs in Xew | York. | l-'olliwing in part is n letter received by the corporal's wife, Mrs. Ted lirown, who resides at Hi! Ill First street: "Today has been rather dull on the .job, so I got permission to have the afternoon off. 1 went uptown and called at ."1 Berkeley Square to fulfill my duties as roving ambassador from Hakersfii Id for the British AVur Relief Society. t'pon identifying myself, T was taken over by a Mrs. Wendy Craigen, who is the publicity director of that organization. She explained in detail Just what they are doing for the people here and showed me photographs taken of the scene of some of these bombed-out families. i She is going to mail me additional j data and information on. the subject. j In the meantime you can assure members of the B. W. R. S. of Bak- j ersfield that their money and doim- ! lions are being used to the best possible advantage and tint I was courteously received and invited back when 1 hail more lime. 1 was also taken to the Allied Merchant Seaman's Club, which was presented j by the International Garment Workers of America and a very fine t place it is too." /"Helps Nature Relieve MONTHLY^ FEMALE PAIN You who suffer such pain, with tired, nervous, "dragged out" feelings— all due to functional periodic disturbances—start at once—try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Made especially for women— it helps na- turel Also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. LYDIALPINKHAM'SKo^ ; '•/ / ' i *-'y I i Suits are our specialty... very soft - or very tailored ...but perfect, always, in cut, line and detail. of our many soft'll love the abbreviated jacket with u>ide shoulders, nipped- in waist, and enormous cuffs. We have it in Gold, Fuchsia, or Black crepe (100% wool) 59.95 Other soft suits in high shades or black 39.95 to 75 HARRY COFFEE FRESNO • BAKERSFIELD Cbc Californian Tuesday, September 26, 1944 Itirl Inlay Tarty A party \\.\r- reccnUv L;i\rn in honor (*[' Itonn.i I .ce 1 l<'ininL:u';i y. who was ccleln-aiitm her I'irst birthday annivi'i--;;iy. The party was held at the hnino of Mi>. L"is I'tiuh. \W.\ \Vilsnn street . < lilil.ile. Assisting Mrs. I'liyh .Mrs. Mildred 1 leniitmv, ,iy and .Mrs. Maynin .lacksiin. The al'tcrnnon was spent by the children in playing \\ith toys. IJefreshincnts u ere served on liltle tables. A lari;e pink and \\hitc liirlhilay cake was served the miesls. Those attending were: .M.'.-il.ini. ----- n CLUB YEAR-BOOK IS AMOVE PROGRAM, LISTS, DATA ARE CONTAINED IN 104 PAGES Klccl Officers The I'irst ineciiii',' df f'liaptcr of the lleta Skin.i 1'lii soriniiy was held recently at Hie home of .Mis. lion Wheeler, : 11 (> Terrace Way. at which time election of officers was h»ld and committees selected. Mrs. Walter Slioesmitli. i he former director of Alpha Alpha Chapter of f'.eta Siuina Phi, was chosen as president i»f the j;roiip. It was announced that the next meeting will lie held at the limne. of Mrs. diaries l.lewcy. October .''. Those present, were as felln\\s: M. «,].ini. II' Ml V <••!!•<!.II l-li.ll !• .'- !>' 'V "y WKDS I.IKITENANT— Miss Pavella Kdwards of this city and Lieutenant Lawrence ,1. Moore of 1 It tllywood \\ ere recently united in marriage in the post chapel at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. Lieutenant Moore is on duly in Missouri with the infantry. The ceremony was performed by Chaplain Loren T. .IfMiks. Woman's Club yearbook for 19441 !>-)."> is off the press, as prepared by Mrs. Harry C. Gardner, president atnl compile-; Mrs. Ed Rose, adviser, ami others, Mrs. Lloyd Frick, Mrs. Forrest Frirk find Mrs. William Kui;cne Powell Hrnmgod the membership list, and Mrs. John Easton was iii f ha run of. advertisement.**. .Mr. iind Mrs. Gardner selected and adapter! the cover decoration •which develop* the theme of patriotism and hope. The American eagle, standing on .-hiclil with the sun of the new day in the background, comprise the motif. In addition to thr many features i usn il in tli" Woman's Club yearbook 'and the outline of activities, commit, tee.-. pro-am and members for the | current, year, the book contains a I finance she, ->. of last season eompris- i iny a statement of assets and liabilities June 1, 1913 to the same date of the current year, prepared by .Mrs. Clyde F. Johnson. The committee began work Tune 1 and completed its project August l.V Four hundred and fifty copies of the attractive 104-page yearbook were off The Californian press today. In I.os A Visitors in Los Angeles from this city last week included Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Stuklev and their daughter. .Miss Hett\ StoUley. The Stok- le\ s spent three days in the southern cit\ and also were present al the largo ^atheriiiK when Governor Thomas i icwev spoke there. Pentalpha Club to Hold Salvage Sale Pentalpha Club Is announcing a rummage sale for today and Wednesday al SIS Baker street. Mrs. W. J. Klt'ar and committee are in charge, and funds will go toward replenish- inpr the treasury. See Dramatic Showing of Fine Fur Coats and Jackets Flawless Tailoring and Soft Lines in Suits It's iii a suit lluil design mid tailoring skill are really put lo ti'st. The riyhl curve of tlit- \vaistliiu 1 . Hie penile slope of rovers . . . these are the things that change a suit into a inaslei'piet'e! Kastern standards are high. Not a seam, not a stileh satisfies us, until we are sure it \\ ill please you ! ^'e invite your inspection of our outstanding collection of our new Fall suits—made of selected lOU'.o wool materials in the new approved colors. Si/es from 10 to IS Prices from S 27.50 ta '65 00 "Use Your Credit" 1529 Nineteenth Street fffig Lessens pain and Itching; soothes irrl- tatecl skin; puts protective e.outliiK ol medicine over piles. Try this triple- action formula for home use toduy for minor rectal Irritations and itching due to piles. I'se as directed on package. Money back guarantee of satisfaction. Ask your druggist for HEMEX Rectal Ointment West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Servo Youl uiunui Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm In the West 1434 Nineteenth Streot, Bak«rafl«ld

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