The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 2, 1944 · Page 4
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4 Monday, October 2, 1944 ghe jBafctrtrfitlb Califomtott Pepii-Cola Company, Long Island'Citu. JV. T K. Frinchiscd BoMleri P«pti-Cola Bottling Company of Bakersfield Chairmen Named at Meeting of South Fork Woman's Club yA, Oct. :.—-Chairmen appointments made by MIK. (ilan Alexander, president of the South Fork \\'omnri's Club, featured the meeting of that 01 •gani'/ntion held In tho Vi-t- erans Clul) hall in Isabella recently. These appointments Included Mrs. Krncst AVullke for nrts ami crafts, Mrs. John Nlcull for Red Cross. Mrs. A. 10. Theobald for flowers. Mrs. Kd I'etlypool for li'sislation, Mrs. Stan- Icy Smilh for literature and drama, Mrs. Klla 1>. Smith as Bible chairman and MI-S. Klla Smith and Mrs. .1. K Hobertson as members of the advisorv committeo. "Wives of naval officers living in the community were guests of In,nor at. this meeting . They included Mesdames II. \\'. Henderson, L. II. As- btiry, V.. <',. Miller. S. K. burroughs. \V. n. Puryear, Frank It. Hablcht and William A. C.erth. It was voted to grant honorary membership to all naval wives in the community. Mrs. Charles Silicz was elected treasurer to succeed Mrs. McKinley Powers, who recently moved to Bishop. Plans were announced for a Mexican fiesta and a fashion show events of the fall season. | Mrs. Kiln P. Smith gave a report as Hible chairman. Club members present Included Mesdanies A. K. Theobald, ,T. L,. Hob- ertson, 1'enfro Stine, Klla P. Smith, Kd Peltypool, Franklyn Wolfe, KMV- | nest AVuirko, C.len Alexander, AYIII- iaiu Kissiick, Ardin Walker, James Kissack, Chiirles Silicz and 11. J. Triimbull. Cnests besides the navy wlvf'S were .Miss Reba Jloke and Mrs. Phyllis chappell. WARDS SEMI-SHEER RAYON HOSI .67' Regular 80c on Sale . . They're mode of longwearing, »emi-»heer rayon with reinforced feet and tops! Knit to cling so flatteringly! Smart shades In sizes S'/ztolO'/j. SMART TIES LIVEN UP AIL OF YOUR SUITS Keg. 1.00—On Sale 2 for 67° Ties to "go with" every suit you own) Handsome Cortland ties in rayons and smart wool-and-mohair mixtures—conservative, live- f y patterns. REDUCED! WATER PRESSURE DRAIN CLEANER i, BOYS 1 LOAFER COATS IN ALL WOOL FLEECE Regular 4.98, Now MENS' SPORT HOSE REGULAR 29c Now 19 C Jusl what every young hoy wants in nn extra jacket! Carefully tailored, ginglo- lu-caslcd style ... in cuniel tan, blue or lirowu. r Men prefer the deep, rich shades, the good looking patterns in Wards fine quality rayon socksl Regular and slack lengths! Rib tops for good fit! 10 to 12. 2.00 Famous Carter water pressure cleaner blasts out clogged and dirty drains with ordinary water pressure from house taps. Automatic, simple, easy to use. No messy, dangerous chemicals. REDUCED! EASY TO INSTALL SHOWER CABINET SAVE ON THIS MEDICINE CABINET 3.43 Replace that old cabinet now with this modern, gleaming white wall- hung model. Has big, clear-glass mirror. Heavy hard-wood construction. 3 adjustable shelves. New design fits in any bathroom. 21.00 One-piece smooth cement receptor, white enameled waterproof composition board sides reinforced with steel. Easily installed. Comet complete with fittings, loop dish, duck curtains, hooks. SALE! 9O-LB. ROLL ROOFING ftrtollRtdvcvito 2.00 Economical and good-looking on homes... practical and colorful on barns and garages! Tempered asphalt surfaced with ceramic granules. Roll covers 100 sq. ft. Nails and cement included! Uso your crtdit. Thousands of olhor Horns aro available through our catalog department. Committees Named for DeMolay Mothers TAFT, Oct. 2.—Committee appointments nnd plans fnr thr> year's work ocrupit'd tlin members 'if the DoMo- lay Mothers Club when they met this week in the Masonic temple. The committee appointed were: Ke- fresliments. Mrs. Kurd Newton, clKiirnitin; Mrs. Uay Burklo, Mrs. S. lj. Lewis, Mrs. iJeorse Napoleon, Mrs. .Burton Miller anil Mrs. fjus Ninkovitch. nnd entertainment. Mrs. Al Shaw a nil Mrs. Russel Wood. After the business meeting, which was r-ondurted by the president, Mrs. (!us Nlnltovilrh, the mothers mended DeMolay robes and Inter served refreshments to Taft chapter DeMolay and to the DeMolay advisory council. The mothers present were Introduced by Mrs. Ninkovitch and the boys were urged to bring their mothers to the next meeting, which will be held on October L'4 at 7:110 p. m. Experimental Farm Seen for Delano BKT/AXO, Oct. 2.—At the recent luncheon meeting of the chamber of commerce, William Tlallock and his agricultural committee were instructed I" investigate 1he matter of j securing a Federal .Experimental | Farm for tile Delano district. In- I struct ions were issued following dis- i enssion of t lie benefit such a farm [\\oiild be to the district. I^arry Free- i man presided. i Ceorge Pearce announced plans 'for the Delano Post No. 1-4, Ameri- ican I,ogion, and Delano I'nst: No. ; L':!!Ht. Veterans of Fnreign Wars, for 'meeting the expenses nf rehabilitation and help tor returning war veterans. William Hallock reported oil the War Chest drive which will open October !l. After the summer vacation season the chamber will meet regularly on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. Burbank Miss Is Bride of Colonel Harold E. Kof ahl 0. E. S. Leader Is Home From Meeting FKLLOWS, Oct. 2.—Mrs. Grace N. Cooley, depirty grand matron of district 45, Order of Eastern Star, has returned home to the AVest Side after attending the Grand Matron Hazel Thorn Lane's Grand Officers Association meeting and luncheon at the Rosslyn hotel in Los Angeles last week. Mrs. Cooley is deputy grand matron from Buena Vista chapter O. E. S. In Fellows. Other j deputy grand matrons present from ' Kern county were Lena Mae Cuti land, 40 district, Bakersfield and Lu| cille Galbreath, 44 district. | 223 AT MIDWAY SCHOOL I FELLOWS, Oct. 2.—Enrollment ! figure for Midway School this sernes- | ter is '11'.\. just Ifi short of the 239 high reached last year. TAFT, Sept. 28.—Colonel Harold E. Kof a hi of Fellows, a veteran of several campaigns, and only recently returned from commanding a now famous fighter bomber group in Italy, was united in marriage Monday afternoon to Miss Dorothy Peterson of Burbank. The wedding took place at the home of the colonel's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McMasters, of 2824 Arroyita Drive in Bakersfield, with the Reverend Charles Wesley Opie, of the Congregational Church in Oildale, performing the ceremony. Only immediate relatives of the families were present. The bride, a registered nurse and for the past three years a stewardess for the American Air Lines, is the daughter of Mrs. Johanna Peterson of Salt Lake City, Utah. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Airs. J. G. Kofabl of Fellows. Colonel Kofahl. a graduate of the Taft Union High School and of the junior college, and of the Boeing School of Aeronautics at Oakland, received his commission of second lieutenant at Randolph Field, San Antonio, Texas, in February, IftllX. He was stationed at Hlckam Field, Honolulu, when Pearl Harbor was attacked and remained there for 10 months as commanding officer of a fighter group, returning to the United Slates for three months for service with the Los Angeles air defense wing, before being sent overseas. The colonel took- part in the campaigns of North Africa, Pantclleria, Sicily and Italy. [•'lying I'-IT Thunderbolts, the Eighty-sixth Fighter Bomber group, comamnded by Colonel Kofahl, chalked up an enviable score which started on its initial mission from Karon, Tunisia, and followed (lie land armies through Sicily, and into Italy six days after D-Day, and on up the peninsula. In the past year this group completed 1500 missions and over 14.000 sorties. Planes of the group dropped 10.1(44,000 pounds of bombs and sent 3000 pounds of .50 caliber fire into enemy targets. The score against supply targets Fellows Miss Weds Don Bell in South FELLOWS, Sept. 29.—Mr. nnd Mrs. AV. C. Ingram of Fellows are announcing the marriage of their daughter. Miss Myrtle Ingram to Don AV. Bell, September 14. in Los Angeles. The Reverend Harry J. Hill of the Christian Church read the vows. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gallagher attended the couple. Mrs. Bell is a graduate of Midway Grammar School and Taft High School and has made -her home in Fellows for a number of years. The bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bell of Clovis. N. M., is a member of the merchant marines. MARRIED—Colonel Harold E. Kofahl, veteran of action in the North African and Italian theaters, was married Monday afternoon to Miss Dorothy Peterson, daughter of Mrs. Johanna Peterson of Salt Lake City, Utah. follows: 2572 motor vehicles de stroyed. 2405 damaged. 5!»1 rail cars knocked out, 1714 damaged, 23 enemy planes shot down, 23 damaged, 2 transports. 3 freighters, 2 destroyers, 1 light cruiser, all damaged and probably sunk. Only yesterday Colonel Kofahl. who himself holds the Air Modal and an Oal< Leaf Cluster and the Dis- tlngunished Flying Cross, learned that this Sixty-sixth Squadron Bomber group, has been awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for work done in the Italian campaign in May. After 21 days Colonel Kofahl will report to Santa Monica for reassignment. Francis Pittman to f Marry Ear[Prior + TAFT, Oct. 2.—Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Pittman of fill B street are announcing- the engagement' of their daughter, Frances, to Private Earl Reginald Prior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prior of 709 A street. Private Prior, a graduate of the Taft Union High School with the class of 1943, Is stationed at Fort Ord. Miss Plltman entered the Cndet Nurse Corps, after graduating with the class of 19-14, and is now in training at the Mount Zlon Hospital in San Francisco. As yot no date has been set for the wedding. * Members Give Program at Delano Rotary Meet .. L1 ^ * IDETjAXO, Oct. 2.—Members prfc- vided the program when the Rotary Club met for its noon luncheon session at the Hotel Kern recently. • Speaking on the subject, "Notli- Ins Further," the Reverend Ronald White, new pastor of the Community Methodist Church, addressed the group. Miss Kvelyn .Toost sang several vocal solos, accompanied at the piano by Miss Grace Wllkins. William F, Klines, superintendent of the local elementary schools, was chairman of the day. George Sullivan provided the program for the other Rotary meeting, telling of a recent visit to a shipyard of southern California in which landing ship tanks were made. Ray Frederick was the chairman of the day. Carl Brockman presided at both meetings. Announcement of the War Chest Drive, which opens October 9, WRH made by William Hallock, who stated that the business district will have as its goal $1500. Visiting Rotarians were Irvln \V. Althouse and Peter Divixich, both of Porter ville. and Ted Vignolo of Shatter. J. O. Parsons, Sr., was a guest. UN Don't spread war secrets. Don't spread colds by coughing—use Smith Bros. Cough Drops. Our output is war- reduced, but we're doing our best to quiet every cough. Black or Menthol,sfj//only5tf. SMITH TRADE COUGH PROM HAM BUYING TIMBER FOR PT BOATS TAKES ME WHERE IT'S PLENTY RUGGED! Twenty-fifth end Chester "Where Parking Is Ka»l«r" Phone 7-7171 "Sure glad I've got a FORD!' says FRED LEMERY Log Buyer, Lebanon, Oregon In times like these, the traditional economy and reliability of Ford cars are more than ever appreciated by millions of Ford owners. And with efficient Ford Protective Service readily available everywhere, it's small wonder you so often hear it said, "Sure glad I've got a Ford I- "I COVER 600 SQUARE MILES ofioggiag couo. try, buying timber to be made into plywood for PT boats, planes and other war goods. It's rugged country but my 1942 Ford takes it in stride. I get where I want to go—on time." I'VE TRAVELED 75,000 MILES in my Ford on the roughest, meanest roads imaginable. The car takes a beating but it stands up fine. And though much of njy driving is in low gear, I get good mileage on every gallon of gas." "A CAR'S GOT TO BE 6000 to measure up to tough going like that. My Ford's been very satisfactory and I aim to keep it so. That's why I take it to my Ford dealer regularly for a thorough checkup. It certainly pays!" NEWS NOTiS*ro«ffrftvtomoferfafi within ffo Hovg»p)oi* of roM, 25 ffl/tet of roadway t and 100 mi/ti of railroad track ham beta con. tfri/cfm*.... Th« blood donor italion al Hill ford plant u crtdHod wfffc being MM largut of Hi kind In tfw world. rt'HCV 1HI 1 Vtii Mora tkas 30,000,000 Fort, Msreury and LlMota cm-Md Fsrd tiucfci-luws bus MM,

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