The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 28, 1944 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 28, 1944
Page 10
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JQ Thursday, September 28, 1944 33je |8afeer*fiett> Caltforman "When I say coffoe I moan FOLGERS Cadet Wives Will Elect New Leaders Mrs. Crumley, Chaplain List Speak at Meeting All of Mi.ito rln.«s -H-K. and 45-A arc aykod to ntictnl ttn Imr»t/rf;mt meeting t'» UP in tho punroom of Bakorsfiold ;ui'.s CJub Tuesday nt 8 p. ni. A now president and secretary will be elated nt ibis time. At a nv.-ent meeting of tbo radr-t \viv«*s held in tho c.ubhouso, Mr*. Xrwum Jf. Crumley spoke to the \vivos. tolliUK them how to bei^t help their hnshaiuf.s now ns a cadet and also an or bo becomes an officer. She MisTjPsto/J U.o "Army Wnman'H Handbook" as boinp oxor-llcnt reading mat tor on the subject. Tbn ffirls wore also addrcssod by Chaplain lluph Ust, who advisod thom not to heroine optimistic about, the war conditions and to weaken in t hnmselvos, a set.Ho of duty. Tho Modern Studio cif Dam-ins on- torfn.Mf'd (ho pro i in- at a me'-Un^ recently, tho performers receiving rounds nf KNOBLOCK-ASHE VOWS RECITED FIFTY GUESTS ATTEND WEDDING CEREMONY HUIDK-ELKCT — Miss Virginia Clausen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Clausen, fi!3 Decatur strict, Oildale, will bccrome tho bride- of Wendell ['. Small, upon bis graduation from the I'nivm'sity of orf'K"i. and Xorthwcsl Christian t'nUi'ne next June. PER M A N E N T WAVE Betrothal of Miss Clausen Revealed Natural-lookinfccur/sand waves now yourn—easily, rool-ly. comfortably, at home. Do it yourself. The amazing PERMANENT WAVE KIT coniainsevcrvthinR you need,—permanent wave solution, curlers, shampoo and wave fict. Easy ;.s putting your hair up in cur>rs. Insist on the Kpmiine Charm-Kttrl— America's largest selling home permanent wavekit. Get one today at any I><rp.-irfrm-n(. Drug or 5 and lOc store. Ktmhnll nnrt 3tone nnrt nil rtrug «tore«. aste Fash Stre Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Clausen, Doratur street, Oildale, announce the pntfafrrinent of their dauRhter,. Misw Virginia T^orruino Clnuson, to Wendell r. Sinall, of Kugene, Ore. c.' is a graduate f>f aH.arU'j.a High School ami JIak<-rsfipld Junior now a student at Nnrlbwcst at Her finance is a in'inistorial student,; the L'nivomty of and Northwest Christian where ho expects to graduate in Juno, after "which the young people plan to he rmirrJfvl. He is tlic won of Mrs. Florence Small of Cottage drove. Ore. ^^m^^l^f^mm^^^^m^^^^^^ •••••••••••"•"•"•"•"•"•"•"•"•^.••••'^^^^^^."•"••••••Bpa™"""*^ ^^^••••••••••••••••••^^^^ ^•""•••••• APPLE IELLY RECIPE SAVES SUGAR, FRUIT Make It This Quick, Easy Way (WITH FIRM, TART APPLES) 4 Cups Juice 6 Cups Sugar 1 Package M.C.P. Pectin Wash, remove blossom and stem ends from about 5 pounds fully ripe apples. Cut in small pieces. Do not peel or core. Add 3 cups water and bring to a boil. Simmer 10 minutes. Crush with masher and simmer 5 more minutes. Squeeze out juice. Measure exactly 4 Jevel cups of the 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. Pour into sterilized glasses, allowing J/2-inch space for sealing with fresh paraffin. (WITH SOFT, SWEET APPLES) 4 Cups Juice 5f 2 Cups Sugar J 2 Cup Lemon Juice 1 Package M.C.P. Pectin Treat exactly as for tart apples, but add 2J/2 cups water (instead of 3), and add } /2 cup lemon juice. Boil and simmer as for tart apples. To unite Miss Betty 3>e Knoblock and Thomas Hadley A»he f machinist mate, second class, United States Navy,* the Reverend John Murdoch read the Presbyterian marriage service before 60 gtiestn at First Presbyterian Church at 8 p. m. Saturday night. The bride Is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Fred O. Knoblock, 281G Arroyita Drive, and the bridegroom is the sou of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elliott Ashe, 526 G street. Miss Georpiana Carrere was maid of honor, and James Christopher stood with tho bridegroom as best man. The altar was decorated with white gladioli and ascension lilies. Mrs. Hill G. Matty played the Bridal < "horns from Lohengrin and the Mmhelssohn wedding mAroh. Following a reception at the home of the bride's parents for tho wedding puests, tho couple left for Long Beach. Mrs. Ashe chose as her wedding costume a powder blue suit dress of lightweight wool worn with a matching feather hat and orchid corsage. For her traveling costume, she selected a beige lightweight Wool suit. Miss Carrere wore a black crepe street longth dress with shell pink yoke. ' A small beaded hat and garden ia corsage completed her accessories. Mrs. Kuoblock wore a navy wool .suit, gardenia corsage and small navy folt hat -with matching veil. Mrs. Asbo chose a grey crepe dress with black accessories and gardenia corsage. -Among out-of-town gnopts participating was Miss Muriel Ashe, a student of University of California at Los Angeles. .Recent prc-nuptial events honoring Mrs. Aslio included a linen shower g-ivcn by the bridegroom's mother at her home Friday night. The bride came to Bakersfield 30 years ago •with her family -when Air. Knohlock was transferred here from Huntington Vark as superintendent for Bnash-Ross Tool Company. Mrs. Ashe Is the sister of Mrs, R. E. Harrah of Willet, the former Jane Knoblock, Mrs. Ashe was graduated from Fakersfleld High School with the class of 1041 and was later employed as receptionist for Dr. Eric Johnson, dentist. llor husband, grandson of Mrs, 15. M. Ashe and the late Mr. Ashe of Panama, for whom Ashe Road is nainod, is a member of a pioneer family. Tie has spent the last 25 months In service in the Pacific theater of war, having: been In the navy for four years. He participated in all earjy Pacific major engagements. You'll marvel bow quickly these eoothing, cuihtoning, protective p-adi relieve paia- ' ' *hoe presiure. Cost but • trifle. Sold everywhere. KECENT BRIDE — Residing in Loner Beach is Mrs. William Michael Clifford, the former Miss Nancy Jane Newman of this city. Mr. Clifford, who is with the United States Navy, returned recently to the states after £0 months iu the Aleutians. He will join his bride in October for a month prior to reporting- baclc to "Washington. COMES TO THE HEARING AID EARPHONE AND CORD W HAT modern styling did for eyeglasses, Z*nith now does for the hearing aid! The visible parts blend beautifully with any complexion — at« scarcely noticeable. Come in —sea the PROOF of new beauty, new convenience »nd durability, too, in this exclusive Zenith "first." The new Neutral-Color Cord will not fray, is perspiration-proof, water-proof, kink-proof, and washable. Just wipe clean with a damp cloth. The result of more tfvm two years of laboratory research-Zenith'* Neutral - Color Earphone and Cord are now standard equipment—at no extra cost. THE NIW ZENITH RAMON* HEAMNO JUD $ READY TO WEAR. Compl.t. with N«w Neutral -Color Magnetic Earphort* and Cord — Crystal Microphon* — Radionic Tubes — Batteries. On* model: no "decoys"— On* qualityi Zenith's b«tl-On* prices $40. Acctpted by Amtricm* MtdUad Council on Physical Th*r*py THKNCW Come in for FREE DEMONSTRATE MA DION 1C HCAftlNQ AID Anytime! In BAKERSFICLD to Cl Tejon Drug Co., 17OO Chester Ave. In DELANO to Marshall's Pharmacy, 1111 Main Street TAFT to Safety Cut Rate Drug Co., 43O Center Street DistrifeuUd In Southtrn California by Brittain-Brown Disl. Co. 649 So. Ollv* Str**t Los Angolo» r Eastern Quality Fashions —Photo by Kay Prat her WED AT CHURCH—Presbyterian marri;ige vows united Miss Betty Ivce Knoblock and Thomas Hadley Ashe in the auditorium of tho <-hmvh Saturday evening. 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