The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 3, 1944 · Page 3
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'Shaffer Students ; Hold Pep Rally Shaffer High School students demonstrated their enthusiasm for the new football season, when a pep rally featuring yells, SOHKH and rnu- pic was held in the prymnushim recently in honor of the game with "\VHHCO High School. With the program opened by Boh Devlin, student body president, a salute to the flag was followed by numbers played by the hlph school band, under direction of P. L. Arnold. Coach Lowell Todd was presented for a brief talk, after which he introduced the starting lineup for the game. A mock football game between Shafter and Wasco was staged by girls of the sixth period gymnasium class. An exhibition drill by girls of the fourth period gym class included marching 1 routines accompanied by the school band. The Girls' Glee Club sang- "Gridiron Heroes." accompanied by Miss Barbara Sly at thft'plano. School yells led by Miss Krtna Rodgers and Miss Martha Helm concluded the rally. * Delano Pupils Plan Drive for Ambulance Sole of Bonds, Stomps to Mark "Education Week" FALSE TEETH Don't riik your viluible plit« or bridge Irving to •otk it cloan. Any chemical, when OIMOIVCQ in 'water end etrong enough to eat away all ttaini and tartar, may bleach or pit "gum" material- may aeep around the teeth causing them to loosen. Play safe-clean by BRUSHING, aa dentists do. ADENT, free from lye, acidi, harsh abrasives•won't scratch or damage delicate denture materials nor irritate gums. Quickly removes nicotin* •taina —prevents tartar deposits. Polishes gold, •liver, all dental metals. For odor-free, sparkling dean dentures use SAFB, guaranteed ADKNT ^™^^^fc^^«fc^fc™«^^^^^^^^_^^ — ^^^^^^^^^^^ — ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J^^^Bi^^^ DON'T SUFFER cnldg* miiRpIe aches and sora tlirnnt. Take 81. Joseph Aspirin for quick relief. World's largest idler at 1C*. Big 100 tab- tct siii only 351* Got St. Joseph Aspirin. DELANO, Oct. 3.—Pupils and faculty members oC the Cecil Avenue Klomcntary School have chosen as their observance of American Education Week, which closes November 11, to purchaHe enough war bonds and stamps to finance the purchase of a field ambulance costing $11)50. The ambulance will carry a marker inscribed "Cecil Avenue Elementary School, Delano, Calif." Tdf assist in raising the funds* necessary for this project a talent show by pupils and faculty members will be pi ven Friday afternoon and evening. At the matinee all students who have purchased a minimum of 50 cents In war stamps during the week October 2 to (i, will be admitted. Admittance at the evening; performance, to which the general public is; invited, will bo the purchase of a 25-cent Avar stamp. The annual community Halloween carnival, Saturday, October 28, will he a part oL' this campaign, according to an announcement by William F. Kings, superintendent. A large board representing the United States flag will be placed on the lawn in front of the school. The purchase of each $250 worth of bonds mid stamps will be marked by a red stripe on the flag. The blue field of stars will be filled in as the remaining: purchases are made. DEMOCRATS PLAN CAMPAIGN TAFT, Oct. 3.—Many matters of importance relative to the current campaign are scheduled for discussion at the meeting of the executive hoard of the West Side Democrats Club, to be held ut :MO Fourth street tonight ;it 7::JO o'clock. Chairman Joe Ulos urg'-'s all members to be present, particularly members of the finance committee 1 . Sgt Paula Bertkau Marries | Lebec Woman Feted Safetrafielfc Caltfornfatt Tuesdoy, October 3, 1944 3 Soldier in South Carolina HKIDE —Sergeant Paula Bertltau, Wasco, became the bride of Private Robert Grant Kirkwoort III, formerly of Kansas and now of North Carolina, September 39, according to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. c. Bertkau, of Wiist-o. Both .younff people arc stationed in North On-all n:i at present. The marriage of \YAC Paula Bertkau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bertkau, of AVa;<eo, to Private Robert Grant Kirkwood. TM. non of Mr. and M rs. Robert (I fa n t Kirkwood, Jr., of \Vichita. Kan., was revealed here today. The young couple were married September 10. at Dillon, S. ('.. at a double-ring ceremony pert'onnml by Justice of the Peace K. J. Mt'Lo.tn. Sergeant Bertkau, who was educated in Wasco Grammar School and High School, enlisted in the WAT'S in March. 1943. She is with the administrative branch at the I,anrin- at Layette Shower hur«-Ma xton Army Air Huso, X. C. Several years ;it:<» she distinguished | herself as a nirmhrr of the symphony nivhr-st ra. Prh.ite Kirkwond is a Rlider mechanic and is now rec-eivinp special training at Greensboro, N. C. HP received most of his education In Kansas schools and also attended South Dakota State College. Sergeant Kletlia folium and Corporal James Sternple were maid of honor and best man with Technical Sergeant Carol Anderson and Sre- i;eant Charles Parker also witnessing the w»>dding. Schedule of West Side USO Activities for Week Given Vernon Driggers to Work in Alaska Vfrnon Priggors, a junior .student nt Shafter High School, is finding a life-long drpam of being a missionary in Alaska coming trno, Leaving: October IT), for Knpnn, an island iust off the coast of Alaska, young Drlggers will assume duties in missionary work for the Pentecostal Church. He will be accompanied on his journey by Bill "Williams, a 17- yoar-old Kskimo, who is visiting in Shnfler. The young misMonary rainc tn Shafter whiU 1 in the sixth grmlo and has been active in local church nt- fairp. TAFT, Oct. ?,,— Kvory Friday night at $:;'»'i the newly funned Ol/r band will play for the enjoyment of sorvicempii and women at Tuft I'SO Cluh. Dances are also scheduled on Tuesday and Saturday nights. Special emphasis will bo Riven to local talent at tho Friday night tlancos and participation of nil junior hostesses and service people is invited. Monday night instructions in the • new crat'ls will he L; Ice uivi-s to all serv Mrs. Chnrl'itto UV^-nrr <»f was honored ;tt ;i I i\ •'(!<: shower i >;- t'putly ;»t Uu' h-nn- 1 »»c Mrs. Xu-k NVhf in I't'hor. Mrs. .Maria n Kussoll and Mrs. KniMrrs B;ii: iiti^ r nssfstfd Mis. Neht'. Mi MHO \\.i-; played with Mrs. Claire Millar urnl Mrs. Amu- lin-li winning prizes. .Mis. iVi^-y Mike<oll \v;is winner of the* dnor pri/.o. Honoring Mrs. \\>J;OIMM* were Mcs,- os Add]* 1 Nn^i^lc, l..ild, r i llnmio. .-y I'eUTsen, Mario Cnrtcr, Mnrie Jrppson. .Ifjui Stephen. Virnini;i Milain, Volnm Mocks*. Opal Henry, Thelma Mrars. H.'ittlo Menrs, M-iry M. deary, I! it Hi Wool lorries, IV tie. Kaufman, Anm: Rich, Claire Miller, Madeline Civillo. Olenora Huskcy, Louise Lenko, Mnhnl Smnilop. Xella . Mickey Winters. ("lenove , A i K! ivy Wilhanks, Mae Xel- son. fifqy Mikesrll. K'atherino Slack ami Mabel F.;irmnl and Misses Betty Wnods Mini Krriiii-os Mefurnii'••!•:. I K r * cv *'* * f . . . for delicate, sparkling TEA GARDEN JELLY is always delicious, wholesome. It's made in small batches of pure sugar and clear, nch juice,£entU'pressed from fresh, ripe, rable- quality fruit. TASTES LIKE HOMf-WAOt . . . JELLY MENU HIT! School Lunch Box Carrot Sticks Meat Sandwich Tea Gard*n J«lly on Nut Bread Apple Cocoa l#caust iff mode like Heme-Mato materials for the making inns cnrd.s have boon proc».^., *.. struct ion will also be given in the pottery, leather and finger painting classes. Delano Woman's Club to Open New Season DEL.AXO, Oct. Delano Woman's CHib will open ils fall season, of the new year will be presented. There will be a varied program ol Wo.finesdav afternoon, at 1 oVlnek, music and speeches. when a mi-hostess Uim-heon will for 1 he meeting will be served at the cluhhmiM' in honor «'t ; Mrydrmics Kay Prutl, Si 1 ., chapman: . . . j'll * " ^ * ""* ** T r * - - - 1 I . . 1 * _1 : . * t"> WR . . 1 the past presidents o! the t Year liook.s will !>p distributed. Mrs. Hay I-'rederie-k annoum-od and tlie work f*. X. Ov«'rhn|.<er, Kdwirl P. sen. Harold Marsliatl, Richard Ward John O. Hall. Sr, SOFT DRESSMAKER-TYPE SUITS—100% WOOL WITH MATCHING FUR-TRIMMED TOPPER Green with dyed squirrel collar and black Persian collar . . . gold and rust with beaver collar. Mcii'swcar grey with Tingora lamb tuxedo. Blue with blonde lamb tuxedo. Sizes 12,14,16 SUITS TOPPERS I. AND TO PLUS 20% FEDERAL EXCISE TAX set CU1 N07er a "dull moment when you wear these clever two- piece glovesl Come teatime or dinner, you slip off your short gloves, but still flaunt the glamor and slim- wristed flattery of long armlets. 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