The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 2, 1944 · Page 3
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MARK GAYN WILL ' SPEAK OCT. 11 EDI70R OF TIME TO ADDRESS FORUM Three ways to win the war In the Pacific—the advantages and faults of each. Are the Japanese fighting rnen any good? Will Russia enter the war? Can we have durable peace? These problems will be answered by Mark Gayn, war news editor of Time magazine and author of "Journey From the East," who presents the first in a series of lectures by prominent authors October 11 at Standard School audftorium. The series is sponsored by the Bakersfield Evening- High School. Born Near Mongolia Mr. Gayn, who was born in a Chinese settlement near Mongolia and was brought up in China and eistorn Russia, came to this country in 1929, where he attended Pomona College and Columubia School <tf Journalism. iHe has been Washington Post correspondent in China, cable editor for 2*engo, official organ of the Japanese foreign office, and city editor of China Press, Asia's leading American newspaper. Predicted Pearl Harbor Tn May, 1041, his first book, "Fight for the Pacific," was published. Among other things, it predicted Pearl Harbor almost to the month. / *• ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^B^HH^BPSSBBB^M^^BMP^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BI •• - - Kidneys Must n Out Acids Do you suffer from Getting TTp Nights, Backache, Nervousness, Leg Pains, Dizziness, Swollen Ankles, Rheumatic Fains. Bladder Weakness, Painful Passages, or feet old and run-down, due to non-organic and non-systemic Kidney and Bladder troubles? If so, here is good news: The very first dosa of Cysttx (a physician's prescription) usually goes right to work helping the Kidneys flush out excess acids and wastes which may have caused your trouble. So take CysUx exactly as directed and watch for quick help •nd a rapid Increase In pep, more youthful feeling and Joy of living. CysUx must surprise and delight you and satisfy completely or you simply return the empty package and your money back Is guaranteed. Don't suffer another day without trying C«t«x—only I5c. Tear this out: take to your amggttt; be turn to get guaranteed Cyittv. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Relief Last For Your Cough Crcomulsfon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expe] germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, in- named bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it Quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION For Courts, Chest Colds, Bronchitis ^ 1— — — Capudlne relieves Neuralgia and Headache fast because If* liquid. Also allays the resulting nerve tension. Use only as directed. lOc. 30c and 60c sizes. WONDERFUL SOFTENER ... FLATTERING POWDER BASE TOO .. . Au * fa ««» *« Meets in Lost Hills Underway in Shafter LOST HfLLS, Oct. 2.—The first meeting of the fall of the ladies auxiliary of volunteer firemen was held recently in the elementary school auditorium with President Louise Ho well, presiding. Election of officers was the main event of the evening with the following persons being named to serve: President. Mrs. Lucille Galbreath; vice-president, Mrs. Esa Shedd, and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Rose Taussig. A contract was signed with Screen r Adettes, Incorporated, for the showing: of motion pictures in the auditorium for the public. Notice of the date of the first showing- will be displayed in the post office. The mystery prtee was won by Mrs. Martha Crawford. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served in the cafeteria by the hostesses, Mrs. Myrtle "Brown and Mrs. Martha Crawford. Present were ,Mesdames Louise Howell, Lucile Galbreath, Esta Shedd, Mae T^unyard, Rose Taussig, Mary Barberena, Leona Galbreath, Lucille Crist, Nettie Bushong, Hazel Massey and B. Massey, principal of the Lost Hills School. Delano Vets Oppose V-Day Celebration DELANO, Oct. 2.—At the recent meeting of Delano Post No. 2390, Veterans of Foreign Wars, George Pearce, commander, presiding, it was voted that the post will not participate in any V-Day celebration until all wars in which the United States is engraved are won. Clarence Sherrill of BakersUeld, veteran's service officer for tho county, spoke on his recent visit to Veterans' Hospital in the state. The first death of a post member In World War II was announced. Private Vernon W. Goreham of Alpaugh, died in July in Italy. Another veteran of the present war was received as a member. He is William W. Mead of Alpaugh. Charles Dawson, Jr., first veteran of the present war to be accepted Into the post under the cammander- ship of Mr. Pearce, gave the obligation. Midway School Head Attend Meeting FELLOWS, Oct. 2.—H. J. McKIb- ben, superintendent of Midway School, Fellows, will attend a city, county and district superintendent of schools convention to be held October 3, 4 and 5, at the Biltrnore hotel in Los Angeles. Delegates to the California Trustees Association convention to he held in conjunction with the superintendents meeting is J. A. Meneles, trustee from the Midway district. $38.94 FOR RED CROSS TAFT, Oct. 2.—The Junior Red Cross members of the Conley School recently turned in $38.94 to the West Side chapter of the American Red Cross as proceeds from the collection and sale of coffee jars during the past year. Conley School has a 100 per cent membership in the Red Cross and the children work throughout the year on projects of a Red Cross nature, under the supervision of their sponsors. >•-,-.'-• SPECIAL DRY-SKIN LOTION price! M'H I \1 mi KIN Reg. $2 value 1.00 Luxuriously creamy, fragrant lotion for flaky-dry skin. Helps soften roughness ... smooths away fine, dry lines. Used as a powder base . •. it lends skin a younger, more luminous glow. LIMITED TIME Plus 20% Federal Excise Tax MAIN AISLE West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve Tool la the West 1434 Nineteenth Street, tokerafteld SHAFTER, Oct. 2.—Horse racing- for Shafttr appears a definite possibility with announcement this week that William Lnchenmaler is building a half-Tnile race track on the Lachenmaier ranch near tbe high school, coupled with the news that trotting: and pacing horses belonging to Lachenmaier, Robert Neuman and Jack Crawford captured five tut of six first places and four second places Jn the horse races at Corcoran recently. The new Lachenmaier track, which will be used at first for training purposes by local horsemen, will be completed within the next two weeks. Shaffer Students Will See Play October 4 SHAFTER, Oct. 2.—"Look Who's Cooking," a one-hour play, will be presented to the students of Shafter High School, "Wednesday, October 4, by the Southern California Gas Company. This will be the first assembly to be presented at Shafter High. A company of two professionals and several amateurs will perform. Coddington Named President of Citrus Association DELANO, Oct. 2.—Frank J. Cod- dinpton of Itlchgrove was elected president when stockholders of the Richgrove Jasmine Citrus Association held their annual meeting last week at their packing house at Richgrove. Mr. Coddington succeeds Frank Day bell of Poretrville, who resigned at the meeting. Other officers elected were William A. Welch, vice-president; A. V. Rutton, secretary manager; and Mrs. Philip Goodell, assistant to Mr. Hut. ton. Charles II. Hart was elected representative to the Tulare County Fruit Exchange, with P. II, Bennett as alternate representative. V Directors elected for the 104-1-1945 term were Charles Jf. Hart, T. T>. Collins, Homer Coe and Philip <Jood- ell oC Jasmine; William A. Wok'h and Frank J. Coddington, of Richgrovo. and P. H. Bennett of Richgrove and Porterville. Alden M. Drury, secretary-manager of Tulare County Fruit Growers Exchange, gave a report stating that there are still 13,000 cars of Valencia oranges to be shipped from southern California. The central California crop is only SO per rent of the 1943 crop, Mr. Drury stated, adding that harvestin until late Novoml^r. mendod lhat a. r v ill not start Ho rerom- ho placed on i -5 It was decided to market tho 1044 crop in ' ("our pnui.* takin cent of enrli nictnhri-s' crop in each pnnl. Ollior luisiiiv-^s f\t tlie meet- ins 1 included a report: given by Mr. Muttons, the andii<>r, and (Jeorge Ufi'kor. assistant tn Mr. Drury. Miss IVnrl P.»M1. socretary-manager of tlio Fruit Ormvors Supply Company at Purtorvill<», reported that the company hns nmple Mipplies of spraying materials nn hand. Mr. Daylioll, resigning presidPiit, was presented with a gift of appreciation from the stockholders by C'iiarles li. Han. The meeting adjourned tn the Delano motel !'«'!• JtiiK'heon \vhrrc ers were, laid fur Messrs, and ilnmps T. J^. Pollins, Otto T. ens of "La TIahia, Louis U. Klatt, A. V. Ruttrm, Philip Goodell, Frank J. Coddington. Charles II. Hart. Mes- damos Pearl IV11 and H. O. Wash- iiiKlon, and Messrs. Homer Coe, W. A. Welch. Sr., Peter Wolf, A. M. T)rury, Frank' Daybell, George Becker, Gilbert Doblo and P. H. Bennett. i > Miss Sue Wadkins Weds Ralph Scott PR LA NO. Oct. 3.—Of local intorrst was tho wedding of Miss Sue Wadkins, and Corpora! K.'dph Scoff, formerly of "Delano and now with the infnntry nnsod In Missouri, September "17, in tho Methodist Church at Lns Vegas, Ts'rv. Attired in a blue suit with black accessories and wearing" a rosebud corsage, the bride was attended by her sister-in-law. Airs. William Wadkins of Delano, who wore a preen suit with brown accessories and a ] rosnhud corsage. William Wadkins, brother of the bride, was best man. Corporal Scott has reported hack for ilnty while Mrs. Scott returned to Delano, f**or sometime before her niarriiitro she was an employe of Kmib.'i/l and Stune Drup store Jn HaUerstlolil. She is the daughter of Mr. find Mrs. Charles Wndkins of thii» place. She received her education in the Alison, Texas, schools. The bridegroom is a native of Delano and a graduate of the Delano Joint Union J-Hcrh School. Caltfornfan Monday, October 2, 1944 StJoseph ^\ ^B C3 • ***> • KM ^^ •*_ *^ i F*l i Hi WOftUrS URfiiST SUUJt AT 10* BROCK'S OCTOBER EVENT BRINGS SUPERB VALUES IN FINEST QUALITY FURS The Important aura of opulence which makes a woman the target for men's eyes and open admiration—is your's to command! The superb quality essential to the creation of such elegance js your's to cherish in the furs you buy this Fall—for many months of distinctive graciousness, good grooming and irresistible femininity. However, your days ... and nights... are spent, their hours divided between career and home, play and one or another form of * v % " service to your country—the furs you select here and now, will see you gloriously, glamorously through, without extravagance. For UTi and beautiful are always a satisfying investment. UN 1 both good Supreme Achievement in 1944 Fur Offerings AT Look at the imposing list of fur coals listed in this group ... consider the rich luxury and superb styling they possess ... and the very low price. 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