The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 5, 1944 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 5, 1944
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g Thursdoy, October 5, 1944 CEfte jBahrrgUtlb Calitorman Yearly Scouting Program to Be Made by Committees Vlnnninsr cnnir rcm-e:- t" set up Hie vr.ii'ly scouting and cij)il>int; pro- pram within the Kern Cnunty r.iun- cil area will be I'niiihietcd during tho next few weeks by the six operating committee chairmen and their committee members according to a r>- cent announcement by Harold Taber. president of the council. The council now has the largest enrollment in its history with (M different, cub packs and scout troops in 1/n different communities throughout Kern county. The niein- liershin of 17!<! lioys .-p lively engaged in the pit>c!';mi !>'[>! i"-<Mil s an increase ol :.'•'• pur cent o\er tlie same time last year. Tie- council operating committees are oruani/ed to assist, the cubniastei-s and scoutmasters working as volunteer leader-- to c.irry out their program throughout the \car. Thi' ]'• >lid\v i r,£ men have lieen ap- poiiiied by I'residont to head up tills important part, of the council program. J. L. Toole, ad\anienienl: Alfred Amos, camping and a'-tivitlrs; Keeelier Rintoul. finance: V. I'. McCutchen, health and safet>: Mark Wil.snii, orga inn and extension: II. W. "Pat" Kelly, (raininu. The mmniissionors staff of the council will be headed by Charles Watrnus as council comniis- • loner. SIIAKKSI'KAHK CIA B Susanna Hall Chapter. Slnke-- peare Studs' Clnh. will convene Friday at the hnme of .Mrs. C. T. Wat;- b.i'b. ::ll.'. Pail; Wav. Investigation of Fees to Be Held Linns Chili J'resident Turn Cox, ]<!•<• -I'iinir :it ;i meeting of tl"> I.ions \\VilM.>sil;iy ;it iiuon nL I Intel |-;i T, -j"ii, ;ippc.luted ;i. ciimmiiter- of five to im f-liu.'ito i'rmn llii! Inislness- MKin >• viewpoint. th* 1 now ri! v tVe on ^rnss sales or refcipts of liu.-ines< :ind professional men \vhirli \\rnt Into effect October 1. They are Henry McCullcn, L. (1. Taggart. !•:. I.. Md'ny, Fluhugli J'arkpr and Ihin.M Taher. l-'niir new members. Freal Harvey. T,. }•'.. T.iilfii. Laurence I.nesclmer anil Klmer I'eiry, were welcomed into the i ir^a nia/.l inn. They \vere veiled in ,-il I ho linaril of directors iDi'i-l inc Tuesday night. \i-\l week, it. was announced, the I.inns Club will be hosts to workers on the War Clicsl drive, at the regular meeting time and place. Reverends Conduct Revival Services A Free Will Baptist Church re- \ival is being conducted by the Rev- (T"iid John Montgomery and the r^v-rcnd A. I-!. Tallmrt Bt the Wasro church nf Christ building, 'l'inlh anil I streets. Services will iie held at 7:30 \>. in. daily until October jr.. The .Reverend Mr. Talbert Is Call- forni.-i hnme missionary for the chnrrh with he.-idquarters at G17 Vermont street, Tin-lock. Kll.l,i;n IN COLLISION n.\\Foi;l>, Oct. n. UP»—A. L mooro Army Air Field soldier was j killed instantly and five other per: sons were iiijiired last night in nn ' auioiiiobile eollisiuii nenr the north- I east city liniits. Sergeant Charles I Hanson. _, of Detroit Lakes, Minn., I driver of one car. was killed. «*««•*««•««•*[*«•«•*•«*••«*•««« ie Nation Slip Cover Fabrics 48-in. Rayon Damask 89 yd. Renew old furniture with bright new upholstery or slip covers that fairly sing with luxurious color! Choose beautiful floral designs in blue, rose, wine, turquoise and gold. 48-in. Homespun Cotton 98! This line fabric and a little effort will work wonders on that old sofa or chair. The leaf design forms a smart striped effect in beige on brown, rose on eggshell and beige on wine. : >i • It's Time for Warm Blankets Wool Blankets Gel these for your family's sleeping comfort Hi is winter. Large size, 72x8-1, will) rayon satin hound ends. Lovely colors with contrasting stripe hordcr. si 100% Wool Blankets $ 1Q 49 Luxurious! Soft! Cozy warmth. 72x81. .'V 1 1 Ihs. Rayon satin hound ends. Rose, hlue, cedar, green. ^Blftfflm|Mg»p|ppHI|.MB» l *i B ' ' " '" i"w.v.>w • ' Lovely 50% Wool Blankets $£90 6 50 per conl AVOO] and .">() per con I col Ion make these super •warm, plain colored blankets. Sixc 72x84. Four pound •weight. Cl loose from blue, rose and cedar. 5% Wool Sheet Blankets Buy these and you'll sleep \varm and cozy all winter long. Blue and rose striped with while. Soft Cotton Sheet Blankets 70x00 single while (sheet $-| (\f blankets. Serviceable -l-«*-0 TOxSO single phiiil sheet $1 "I Q liliinkets. Downy soft -la At/ 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone 6-6501 Toyama, Black Dragon Society Leader, Dies By United Freas Mltsnru Toyama, OOycar-old lirad oC Japan's Black Dragon society, died last night at his villa in Gotemba, tho Demei news agency said today. The dispatch was recorded by United Press in Xew York. A Dome! dispatch, recorded by PFC, referred to Toyama us "a most respected leader among Japanese patriots throughout the Meiji, Taisho and Showa eras," who had "devoted his whole life to the advo- cation and practice" of the Japanese imperial principle of nationalism and expansion. Increase in Price of Crude Oil Asked WASHIXOTOX, Oct. 5. CU.B—The House small business committee called today for an immediate increase of 3fi cents a barrel In the price of crude oil and said the government's price policy was driving independent producers out of business. The committee also recommended a revised subsidy program. The price recommendation—a renewal of one made more than a year ago by the same committee and Petroleum Administrator Harold 1j. Ickes—was submitted to Economic Stabilization Director Fred IU. Yln- son. Marine Corps League Install Officers ' The ITageman-'Wegis Marine Corpp League and Women's Auxiliary last 1 night installed officers for the com- inK year, at ceremonies in Memorial hall, and heard a detailed discussion of proposed military training for delinquent juveniles from Senator Jess Dorsey. Yern Crider, new paymaster of the league and state trustee, installed the men, and Mrs. Albert West, auxiliary chaplain, conducted ceremonies for the women. Robert Fowler, past conv.nander of the league, acted as installing sergeant of the guard. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. C. C. Miller, state president of the Veterans of Foreifn AVars Auxiliary;" Mrs. Lawrence Marston, president of the Bakersfiold Veterans of Foreign "Wars Auxiliary; Mrs. Roy Xisbett, president of the American Legion* Auxiliary; Mrs. Claude Knyart, junior past presdient of the American Legion Auxiliary; George dimmer, commander of the Bakersfield »Dls- abled American Veterans, who nlso represented the Veterans of Foreign Wars in the absence of Commander Frank Harrison; Mrs. Earl Koehn, commander of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, and fors. Dolly Trewhite, commander of the Js'avy Mothers. POPE PROMISES SUPPORT WASHINGTON, Oct. 5. <£>>—Pope Pius XII has expressed "his fullest support" to American organizations carrying on relief work in Italy. IMPHTHEKIA 1M.MI M/ATIOX— Julia Ann Mnsterson, student at William Penn .School, is shown being Immunized against diphtheria by Dr. Georgia Krusich, director of maternal and child health, Kern county department of public. Health. Diphtheria immunization and smallpox -..icciiiatio'i are given students in city and county schuuls as part of the public health program. William Penn Students Get Diphtheria Immunization Children at AVilliam Penn School were immunized against diphtheria and vaccinated against smallpox last week by Dr. Georgia Krusich. director of maternal and child health. Kern County Department of Public Health. The children's reactions-, showing lack of fear and calm acceptance, mirrored to the teachers and mothers a creditable job of preparation that bad been done. By discussing immunizations and vaccinations with the children, they had been Rlvfn a sense of security and knowledge to each child. One bright-eyed youngster watched the doctor as she vaccination him and gave out the Information that "mamma said it would be just like that." "Will it hurt'.'" was not an infrequent query on the part of the child. For the diphtheria immunization, tho answer given by the doctor was, "Ves, it will hurt some"; for the smallpox vaccination, "Xo, just about like a pin prick." These honest, answers to an honest question produced good reactions. Kvelyn Hreusing, Mrs. Louise TTar- aldson, Mrs. Margaret Lynn Wallace, Mrs. Helen Shepherd, of the P. T. A. assisted the nurses, showing that tiie community is co-operating in the health program. Other schools in the city and county are receiving the health service also. PERSONAL MENTION MISS DOROTHY BODAMER of Fellows has returned to the office of Dr. A. U. Monclie in Taft after a vacation in Long Beach. Miss Iniosfene Rowland of LonR Beach accompanied Miss Hodamer to Fellows for a short visit. PORTKU GRHEX arrived in Delano recently from Oakland, where he is employed by the Moore Drydock Company, for a visit of sev- erals days withl! i.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Green of Green Acres. MRS. KATHKRIXE REED, proprietor of Katherine's General Merchandise Store of Alpaugh, transacted business in Delano recently. WTT.LARD R. MUNROE of Lost Hills was recently taken to a B;ik- crsfieild hospital with a heart ailment. GEORGE EARBEREXA Is confined to liis home in Lost Illlls with a crushed arm. MAYOR JACK EUSCIT ot Delano is on a trip which will take him as far cast as Xew York City. He left by airplane from Bakersfield. MRS. CAROLYX WALLIS has returned to her Hanford home after a recent visit in Delano with Air. and Mrs. Leek Fryrnire. MR. AXD MRS. BII/LTE XEI-POX and daughter, Billie Faye, of Oregon, have been visiting with Mr. Nelson's uncles, Pete and Jack Dupee of Fellows. MRS. MARVIN NORMAN left recently for a visit in Fresno. Mrs. Norman is the former Pauline Dupee of Fellows. Starts INSTANTLY to relieve MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS MUSTEROLE IAI I JUST I RUB ON V^. CALLOUSES To relieve pain, atoppreMure on the lore spot and quickly remove callouses — use these •oft, cushioning, soothing pads. Sold everywhere. DrSchollsZinwds of Jjlue-Q/shlte CDUunonoi \jLappy OTeart \slfeooinq J\J.nqt West's Largest Jewelers »17 Stores to Serve You 1434 NINETEENTH STREET • BAKERSFIELD VISION IS VITAL! C R E D I T. I MONTHS TO PAY NO IN TEREST NO EXTRAS CALL IN AND HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED! * Your Broken Lens DUPLICATED! Prompt Service I *Carry an EXTRA PAIR of GLASSES With Youl *Gla$ses Made to Your OWN Prescription! *Your Credit Is GOOD! Open an Account! Your Eyes are Your Most Precious Possession; Safeguard them by visiting an OPTOMETRIST of feaif every six months! Vision Is Vital! DR. HAROLD HASKELL OPTOMETRIST 1434 NINETEENTH STREET • BAKERSFIELD OFFICES CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ON THE MAIN FLOOI

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