The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 29, 1944 · Page 3
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Delano Literary Club Maps Program for 1944-45 Year DELANO, Sept. 29.—Programs for the 1944-1945 year of the Neighborhood Literary Club are now ready for the press, according to Mrs. John 2VI. Kyte, chairman of the program committee. There will be one meeting per month only this season instead of the customary two meetings per month of former years. The season opens on October 5, at the country home of Mrs. John W. Heed, who will have as her assistants Mesdames David B. Conrad and Neal Woodward. Mrs. Homer C. Kyte will give the program from the subject, "Homes of the Future." November '2, the meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Homer Kyte with Mesdames Nora Shiel and Klmer W. Harris as assistants. Mrs. Albert C. Brockman will present the program from the subject, "Women in War." A Christmas program will be Riven on December 7 at the country home of Mrs. B. INI. Nielsen, east of Richgrovc. Assistant hostesses will be Mesdames H. O. Johnston, Chester Dooley and Albert C. Brockman. Mrs. Hugh P. Burum will be program chairman. The first meeting of 1045 will fall On January 4 with Mrs. David B. Conrad as hostess, assisted by .Mesdames Edward Cave and Carrie Lyon. Mrs. H. S. McClees will give the program giving a review of the book, "Out of Debt, Out of Danger/' by Congressman Jerry Voorhies of Los Angeles. Mrs. Hugh P. Burum will be hostess to the February 1 meeting with Miss Alberta Burum as hostess, airs. A. V. Foerster will present the program from the subject, "The Chinese People/ 1 On March 1, club members will Journey to Earlimart to meet with Mrs. Foerster at her country home east of Karlimart. Assisting her will be Mesdames William Hinrichs and Will'ord M. Carpenter. Mrs. John W. Reed will give the program from the subject, "Early American Poets." Mrs. Louis It. Klatt will be hostess for the April 5 meeting, assisted by Mesdames Charles H. Hart and AV. A. Goodell. The subject for study will be "Parent-Teacher Associations," led by airs. William Hinrich s. airs. Elmer W. Harris will be hostess for the aiay 3 meeting with aies- darnes Louis R: Klatt and John W. Reed assisting, ai rs. Chester Dooley will give the program from the subject, "Alfred Nobel." The annual picnic, business meet- Ing and election of officers will be on May 17 at Cecil Park following a picnic lunch. Officers of the club are Mrs. Albert V. Foerster of Earlimart, president; Mrs. John W. Reed, vice-president; Mrs. Hugh P. Burum, secretary; Mrs. Charles H. Hart, assistant secretary; airs. Homer C. Kyte, treasurer. Members of the program commit- tee are afesdames John M. Kyte, David B. Conrad and Nora Shiel. Members of the club include ales- dames A. C. Brockman, John A. Brockman, Hugh P. Burum, Edward Cave, W. M. Carpenter.* David B. Conrad, F. J. Coddington, Cheater Dooley, Paul Driver, A. V. Foerster, W. A. Goodell, E. W. Harris, C. H. Hart, W. L. Hinricb, R. O Johnston, F at. Kce, Iiii A. Kelley, Harry Kibbe, L. R. Klatt, Homer C. Kyte, John M. Kyte, Carrie Lyon, D. L. Post, J. W. Reed, Nora Shiel, W. A. Welch, Neal Woodward. r County's Demand for Army Trucks Told Kern county's demand for surplus army trucks may be estimated by the 88 applications now on file in the local Agricultural Adjustment Agency office, J. K. Bright, chairman of the AAA said today. In the entire state, completion of a survey with 4;> of California's 5S counties reporting 1 through County Kami Transportation committees, establishes 3791 as the minimum number of surplus army trucks, pickups, and miscellaneous motor vehicles required to maintain farm production efficiency, a report released by Dave Davidson, state chairman, of the AAA, stated. BREAD FOR PARIS —Parisians raise eager hands toward British army truck, where Tommies arc preparing to hand out sacks of precious flour. Photo shows typical scene as Allies moved quickly to relieve acuto food shortage which gripped city after its liberation. Navy Needs Men for Radio Technicians Tho navy's need for in^n qualified for training as radio technicians was pmpha.Mizt'd today hy keroy C. Hpi- cnz/a, rf'rruitor in charge of tho li.'ikorsfioM navy recruiting station. Alon who aro eligible for voluntary enlistment in the. naval service aro also eligible to take the Kclrty lest, which determines whether tho a j) pi Scant has nptit urle along lines rc(|uin i »i in tho radio technician field. Those passing the test may be rated seaman, first class, and sent to special navy st-hools. The examination may be taken at the recruiting station, Bakersfield post office building, any weekday between !* a. m. and 6 p. m. The examination is o comprehensive one, covering basic mathematics, fundamental electricity, elementary physics, practical shop work and radio. AKTICLKS HKLI> TAFT, Sept. 2P.—J. Wendell Howe, director of Ca:np Oumlor, is an- nouiK'ing that lost and found articles from Ilio summer camp are being held at his home at till A street, and may be claimed by the owners any lime this week. I'nclaimod articles will be turned over to the clothing: drive nit Saturday. Jiafeergfittt Califotnten Friday, September 29, 1944 3 -*•••'*•" • y»*u £ « » • i • - , t » f j i m . v . . i . . P » - r A r J I - r 1944 LYONS-MAGNUS, INC. Rl'lI.T) BARBECUE PIT SITAFTER, Sept. 29.—According to Frank Russel, chiel' of Shatter's volunteer fire department, the men of that division are completing a barbecue pit behind the Shatter firehouse. Proceeds from the annual fireman's ball this year were used to buy the materials t"r building and new recreational equipment. Frisco Kid Slated for Rialto A revival of one, of James Cagney's best pictures, "The Frisco Kid," comes to the Rialto theater tonight for a two-day stopover on the same bill with tho uproarious comedy, "Hi Diddle Diddle/' with Dennis O'Keefe. Ann Kutherford, Adolph Menjou and Hi Hie ISurke heading the brilliant cast. TWO GUESTS • ONE PRICE* AYFLOWE OR AND AVI. DOWNTOWN LOft ANOIllft • 350 GUEST ROOMS A// OutsJcfo ltooms«Alf with Bofh tATU GUARANTIIO A3 ADVIRTISEO $£75 to $440 No Mtro chorg« for 2 p«r«oiw »• r*em You don't hovo ro bargain! • MONTIRIY COCKTAIL ROOM corrii » ORltl THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL One Price Two Guesfs " Autta+U? You have! ... on a jaunty, be-rih- honcd felt that cocks over a bright FASHION FLOOR ** 1 ~ —- • ! * '•".'"'*- " " * * ' ' '_ -, — r War Production Board released certain kinds days those who lumbe not ve priority rating. Anybody, everybody now can spend $200.00 building con struction during one year. Many of you, including farmers, can spend $1000.00 Do your building, remodeling or more. repairing now w our stocks lumber are large and some kinds are 1401 H Street Phone 5-5871 BAKERSFIELD Continues Tomorrow With eductions NO REFUNDS SWEATERS ess V 3 I Long sleeve cardigan sweaters, in cotton and rayon . ., bulky knits and novelty knits in two and three-color combinations in pastels and black, brown, lilac, red and green combinations. Sizes 34 to 40, Regularly $3.98 Now $2.65 SWEATERS Cardigans and short sleeve slipovers. Sizes 34 to 38. Regularly $3.50 lo $8.98. Now $1.75 $4.49 Brock's—Fashion Floor FINE LANKETS 50% wool and 50% cotton—second selection of a well-known brand. Light weight, \va r m and d u r a bl c. Size 72x84 inches. Regularly $4.98, Now Brock Downstairs Lunch Cloths Less 120 only, in assorted sixes and hand-printed patterns. Slight irregulars, nice "•- sortment. 54x51 inches, $1.69 value 52x70 inches, $2.95 value 52x52 inches, $1.95 value 52x70 inches, $2.49 value Brock's—Third Floor Sports Shirts Khaki, short sleeve style, sixes for boys of 8 to 14 Regularly $1.00.... Mszzanin* Floor INLAID LINOLEU 1 crns to sclec * • in i Special—Square Yard •rock 1 -Third Floor . NO RETURNS ... ON SALE MERCHANDISE GROUP OF Limited number—Two-piece unlined suit, in gray, with one-inch white stripes. Two-piece unlined dressmaker suits, in American Beauty, green and purple. Black crepe dresses, in one and Iwo-piccc styles, satin and sequin trim. Values to $25.00 Now BROCK'S—FASHION SHOW SCARFS and DOILIES Five-piece dresser sets of good quality col- ton material, some with blue or red braid, others lace trimmed. Consists of a three- piece vanity set, one 36-inch scarf and one 45-inch scarf. Regularly $2.50 set 12xl8-inch doilies, regularly 59c, for 29c 36-inch scarfs, regularly $1.00, for 50c 45-inch scarfs, regularly $1.19, for 59c BROCK ECOND FLOOR GROUP SWEAT All new this season, slightly soiled from handling—or a thread pulled here and there—can easily be fixed. Regularly $4.98 and $5.98 NOW $2.49 and $2.99 BROCK OWN8TAIRS STORE OYS Overalls Made sanforized shrunk denim, sizes 2, 4, (5 Regularly $1.25 EZZANINE FLOOR LOO 25 only. Genuine Gold Seal Congoleum, all-over printed pal terns suitable for every room in the house. Size 9x12 feet. Regularly $0.95 Special THIRD FLOO 4-4941 BLOUSES ess 1/3 Long sleeve, coin dol ninon sheer. Short sleeve, in printed ninon sheer. Short sleeve crepes in prints, dots and plain shades, with jabot, ruffles and jewel neckline. Sizes 32 to 38. Regularly $2.98 to $5.98. Now $1.99 V^-F » • ••*«4V««*«*« **•••••*•*••• $3.99 BLOUSES Rayon crepe, in prints, stripes and plain colors, and a few cottons. Sizes 32 to 38. Regularly $2.98 io $8.98. Now $1.49 $4.49 Brock's—Fashion Floor TWIN TEX LANKETS 75% wool and 25/0 cotton ... a high- grade mixed blanket for wear and warmth. Assorted colors, rayon binding. Size 72x84 inches. Regularly $7.98, Now Brock Downstairs Bedroom Curtains Readv to hang—Priscilla ft* C7 style, with ruille edge and tie backs, off white color, flocked design Marquisette; size 41x81 inches. Regularly $4.05. $ Now Bedroom Curtains Just 100 pairs. Novelty rayon, Priscilla top, ruffle edge and tie backs, eggshell color. Size 42x8(5 inches. Regularly $2.95 pair, now.. Brock's—Third Floor Knit Tee Shirts Short sleeve style, sorted color stripes. 2, 1, (5. Values lo $1.00.... in as- Si/es Mezzanine Floor COTTON DAMASK Make your own table cloths, floral patterns. 61-incli—$1.29 value. Yard 72-inch—$1.69 value, Yard ran Semi-Weekly "Zooms" Howdy, Folks!... Well, folks, as per usual this reporter got in a jam again for shooting off his mouth about Kansas. You see, I have many friends who hail from Kansas and one fine old lady came into this office n a few days ago and said, "See here, young man, what do you mean by blaming Kansas for a dust storm we had here in kerstield? Is the stale of Ka to blame if the wind blows here in Bakersfield?" Well, you knowi folks, she sort of had me there for I did call our recent dust storm a Kansas rain. After considerable ex* plaining I sort of con* vinced this nice old lady that I meant no harm to Kansas. So in the future I guess this reporter will have to pick on some other state, i but just as sure as I do I'll offend some other friend from said state so perhaps I'll do better if I just confine rny column to bragging about the good mea Is to be obtained at the Frank Meat Company's six busy markets. * Most every one, you know* agrees on that. * The fancy pork purchased by us at the Kern County Livestock Show will go on sale this week end. However, we will not have enough to go round so if you want some fancy pork, call at our markets early . .« please. The prize steers are in the process of aging and will go on sale at a later date. Please watch this column for announcement. * You know, folks, we have not had the nerve to say much about baseball in this column lately because, as you know, this reporter picked Seattle to win the Pacific Coast League pennant and they finished 'way down the list. So we have been taking so much ribbing and kidding that we are going to be more careful in the future about picking winners in baseball. However, we still main- ttuu that the Frank Meat Company'a six busy markets are Bakersfleld's leadingest meat markets. MEAT the people at Frank Meat Company's six busy markets, i Frank's Reporter »^ d T '"& t. •

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