14 Thursday, October 5, 1944 $a6er«f(elb Calitornfan CaJtern the Jail /Picture Blue Ribbon Winners Quality Suits «, «, <> «, DRESS SUIT (As Illustrated) S 29 : '° Thin .soft "Dress Suit" ... in now lirinht colors . . . Odnlignn JifckliiH' . . . ilrosMiiiikor dclull . . . new Iwin'-sllni skirt. SIXKS 10 to 4ii TAILORED TO A "T" Soon the tang of autumn will fill the air, and your thoughts will turn to the need for a costume that will carry you smartly, from sunup to sundown, on a round of purposeful activity! There's real drama in the suit picture for the coming season, and our new collection emhraces every new and lovely variation. Planned with the precision that hespeaks the finest tailoring, the new suits are fashioned of the finest wools in twills, Laskel-weavcs and men'swear suitings of superb draping and shape-retaining qualities! There's drama, too, in the panorama of color . . . rich golds, reds and greens that rival frost-touched leaves in splendor . . . vibrant purples and blues that typify the smoke-hazed hori- /ons . . . flaming crimsons and fuschias for brilliant accent . . . pale beiges and grays of incomparable charm . . . foliage browns of tawny beauty, and, of course, midnight blacks. Shoulders are squared for the new tasks America's women are facing with fortitude, skirts are slimmed for action but genius has devised infinite ways to add touches, of inescapable femininity. Choose your suit now, selecting the most becoming one for your very own. SKI; THE EVEH-POPI'LAU THREE-PIECE SUITS! it continues to be the hit of 191-1—it is destined to be the choice of 1!)!."), and for several years to come. Wear the complete ensemble . . . wear the coal alone . . . wear the suit alone. It is (lie investment supreme. Of gabardine. Colors: Euschia, Clipper Mm 1 and Mack. Suit Priced at $45.00 and ,$49.50 Coat Priced at $45.00 and $49.50 SIZES 10 to 18 'I here semis to be no end to the popularity of the cardigan suit! In fact, it's popularity is being pushed up to a new high. Also suits with smartly detailed collars- all the bright colors, inchul- in.n purple, fuschia, gold, blue, brown and black. Priced From $29.50 to $52.50 SIZES 10 tO'Ki 1529 Nineteenth Street USE YOUR CREDIT LIVELY PROGRAM SHAREDJY CLUB IOWANS WELCOME TWO MEMBERS AT GATHERING Two new members, who recently i arrived from Iowa, Mrs. Carl Miller i and Mrs. Ruth Blancy, were wel- • corned into the group when Iowa I Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Crliis Eggers, 1717 Cecil Brunner ! Drive. Tuesday afternoon. Tvvdnty- ; nine members and four visitors were i reported in attendance. Visitors in• eluded Mrs. Mabel Mohr, Mrs. Ixiis Sabalonc, Mrs. Irene Richards a-d I Mrs. Jack Eggurs. i Mrs. Iva McCloy gave the finan- | clal report and Mrs. Ralph Fox was in charge of the patriotic procedure '. for the afternoon. A poem, "Friend; ship." was given by Mrs. Meda ! Fowler, followed by a recitation, "As I Grow Old." by Dr. Myrtle Green. "The Yielding Clay," a poem, was repeated by Mrs. Caul Wilcox while Mrs. Su/ii' Phclps read, "My Son Flies." followed by a humorous arti- ' rle, "The House Painter," by Mrs. Eva Dye. A military selection fol- 1 lowed, Mrs. Maude Hammel present; ing "A Sergeant's Prayer." : The program closed with the reading of the "Ilawkeye Tattler," by Mrs. H. S. Knight. Games con- i eluded the activities, first prize go- : ing to Mrs. Tillie Zimmerman; *-ec- ond to Mrs. Vesta Harmon; Mrs. Ethel SSachary winning tlie draw prixc. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. C. G. Wadman. JlL'j Brundago Lune, at which lime I'leu.-tiiin of officers will take place. : Mrs. Eva Dye, presiding officer, appointed Mcsdame.H Grace Jones, Margaret Gilchrist and Myrtle Gilbert on nominating committee. Because of national election, the November meeting will be held Monday, November 'i, instead of Tuesday. Home Economics Is Popular at H. S. I ! tVing their more rxperii'iHTd sew- j ing skill acquired in previous home- J i making classes. "0 girls in the ad- i vanced vocational homo economics j class at Bakersfield High School are this week well underway in their [ new practical project of quilt-making, according to Miss Llda Sicmon, ! head of the home economics department and instructor of the advanced class. Miss Sicmon said that other articles for home use made in this class are selected by each girl according to their individual needs. The course includes foods, clothing, handcrafts, and related home arts and sciences. The class studies different phases of home-making, such as food preparation and service, clo- ihing selection, and construction, personal improvement, home care of ' the sick, child care and training, family relationship?, home manage. ment, and other problems. Working in the class this semester ;ire Misses Elizabeth Cooper, Char- 1 lotte Hoggard, Bernadene Ramey, Letha Me James, Marcelene I-open, ' Letha Me James, Marcelene Lopez, i N'orma Bowker, Mae Tungate, ! Velma Andrews, Mamie Cobb, Florine McFadden, Ruby Cartwright, j Lupe Lopez, Lupo Gamino, Ora Lee , Henry, Eula Woody, Verna Stro- | baugh, Betty Jean Morse, Mary ! Faulkner, Ruth Patterson, Bobby Ake, Waneto Williams, Mabel Dan] ley, Louise Blake, Bobbie Ilwers, Ruth Long, Sadie Tovelte, Lucille j Sullivan, Bobbie Walts and Bernice i Wood. i ENGAGEMENT REVEALED—Betrothal of Miss Jean Roton to Aviation Student Clifford E. \Viess- ner was told here this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Roton, 'Jii Quiney street. The wedding date has not been s,ct. Miss Roton to Wed Aviation Student Among this week's romance com- muniques was that revealing the engagement of Miss Jean Roton, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Roton, 26 Quiney street, to Aviation Student Clifford E. Wolssner, of Merced Army Air Base. Miss Roton is a graduate of East Bakersfield High School with the class of 1!)4U. She is also a past qui'cn of East Bakersfield Bethel No. 1.7, Order of Job's Daughters. Her fiance is an alumnus of Kaln- mnzoo Central High School in Michigan, and wns studying pro-dentistry at Western Michigan College prior to entering service. Ho is now stationed at Merced, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Wcissner, reside in Tecurnseh. Mich. Christopher Bean to Be Given Here "The Late Christopher Bean." by Sidney Howard, selected as East Bakersfield High School's first dramatic presentation of the year, will be presented November oO and December 1, it was announced today by Miss Frances Anderson, dramatic Instructor. "The Late Christopher Bean" transfers a French play to a New England netting- and shows the triumph of a hired girl in recognizing the greatness of a struggling artist. A tentative cast, chosen at tryouts held this week, includes Don Cook, Miss Jeanne Wiebe, Miss Jeanne Cooper. Miss Fa ye Grouse, Miss Betty Lmi Dill, Embert Smallcy, John Florence, Richard Stockton and Charles Zink. t "If aman..." SAYS PEET "If a man fools you once . . . he should be ashamed—if he fools you twice . . . you should be ashamed." PEET SAYS: "There's no foolin" about this: you'll be proud of your family wash ... If you use Feet's Granulated Soap. That's because Peel's is a different kind of soap . . . with quicker, thicker suds that make speedy work of grime and grease in rough clothes. Yet Feet's is so gentle on delicate fabrics." PEET SAYS: "Some folks say a woman can't keep a secret. But she can ... if the secret is her age." PEET SAYS: "The secret to dazzling white clothes is using Feet's Granulated Soap. Feet's wonderworking suds go to work in a jiffy . . . give you whiter washes ... clothes you know are clean. Another thing... Feet's is dandy for doing di.tlies. Yet It's easy on your hands. Sure are a lot of reasons why thr»« timvi a* many women new ut« Ft»t'i. Say... you ought to try It." PEET'S SOAP Th« quick-sudf-fng granulated soop Brothers Night Is Hilarious Event Brothers' Ni^iit was the o< ration for much hilarity when Security I chapter, Order of the Kastern Star, • celebrated the annual event re- j ccnlly. Under the cliuinnan.ship of | J. Bryan Christensen, associate pa-' Iron, the program was well planned. Norman II. Farnham directed and arranged a program, "A Day on the Hadio" and tlio.se taking part were Kdward D. Myers, Kric Johnson, Oscar Pike, Walter K. Peterson, Charles O. Manuel, Bryan Christensen and Norman Farnharn as commentator. Kulon Keelch handled the radio equipment. The women's committee assisting with refreshments was headed by Mrs. Bryan Cliristensen, associate man-on, and Mesdarnei- Kd Cbappelle, William Aston and A. H. McFarland. The program followed the regular chapter meeting, which was presided over by Mrs. Frankle Tucker, worthy matron, and Oscar Pike, worthy patron. Special guests escorted to the Kast were Mrs. Lena Moe Cutland, deputy grand matron; Mrs. K. K. Kidd and Joseph Hart, matron and patron of Caledonia chapter; Mrs. Fred Hayes and Carl Morgan, matron and patron of Bakersfield chapter, and Fred Cribble, patron of Libertas chapter. Refreshments followed the program with tables decorated in the western buckaroo theme. "Brief Music" Will Be J. C. Comedy Is Selected to Replace "Incognito" November 18 "Pii-ief Music," a threo-act come'rty by Kmmet Lavery, has been selected to be the Bakersfield Junior College student body play, Miss Ethel Robinson, drama Instructor and director of the play, announced. This play was chosen to replace "Incognito," by S. Richard Nusbaum, which required more men In cast than were available. All tho action of the pluy takes place in a, cullrge dormitory room occupied by throe Rirl.s. Although no men appear in the play, tho whole plot revolves around the stronger sex. Miss Mary Combos and Mips Owinda MORS head the cast of seven women as Spiff and Drizzle, two occupants of the dormitory room. Miss Ethelyn Lancaster, as Lovey, completes the trio. The remainder Include Miss Sally Prewitt, Minnie: Miss Marjorlo Yaeck. Maggie; Miss Jay Slmo's, Rnsio, and Miss Lynette Christonson, Jinx. Scheduled for presentation at the East Bakersfiold High School nudi- tiiriuin on Saturday nipht, November IS, "Brief Music" has, according tn Miss Robinson, cond lines, many surprises, and an all-star cast. Past Arch Druidess Club to Meet Monday Dans for the ensuing- term will be discussed at a meetinp; of Past Arch Druidoss Club Monday. The mooting will be held at the home of Mrs. George Davis. UtiOfl I street, with Mrs. John Wets, newly Installed officer, presiding. A rummage sale will be held by the club on October 26 in Druids hall, with Mrs. George Davis in charge. Members who are unable to attend this meeting are requested to call Mrs. Dillon. Leaders'Group at H.S.HasNewJob Will Manage Supply Room With Teachers' Direction Fifteen girl athletes with superior rating and interest in physical education nt Bakersfield High School are now receiving advanced Instruction in the fundamentals of sport, as part o.f the leaders' group, r6- ported Miss Ilelga Hildebrandt, al- vlser, who added that seven probationary members have also been assigned to the group. Providing the girls with actual Instruction practice, the leaders have begun their year's activities by learning the rules of soccer, ping-pong and p'addle tennis''and being assigned as assistants to th« teachers of those classes. The M girls are now anticipating the basketball season by reviewing the rules of the game, nnrt planning the games being scheduled with girls from Kast BakersfieW High School and the Girls Athletic Association. The leaders have new suit-blue pliorts with white stripe, cvhlte shirt, socks and shoes worn with now sweaters, royal blue In color, with a white stripe on each sleeve for each successfully completed year. * This year the girls have taken on a new job to handle in the girls' gymnasium department, that of management of the athletic supply room under the direction of Mrs. Moehnke and Miss Hildebrandt. The regular one-stripe members are Misses Connie Bauman, Treaa Chapman, Barbara Davis, Bernice Endsley. Kthel Francis, Virginia Fuller, Uiverne Goodrich, Gladys Hall, Gertrude Holloway, Jewell Howard, Roberta Kruger, Agnes Mo Connick, Joilanna Mignot. Beverly Srhwoeho and Jinnnte Jo White. Probationary members of the l^cad- ers Group are Miss Rose Franceschl, Blllie Griffith, Laverne Griffith, Florence Montgomery, Marllouse jShands, Gene Pierucci, Jacqueline Reid. LOVELY* ALLURING - LOW-COST Natural-looking curb and wives now yoon, easily, cool-ly, at home. Do it younelf. The amazing 5* PERMANENT WAVB KIT contain* everything you need, permanent wave •olution, curlera, shampoo and wave-set. Safe fat every type of hair. Praised by Hollywood movie star*. Over 5 million sold. Get a Chorm-Aurl Kit today. At K | mbflll .„„ Stone nnd nil drug stores. SMALL STL'FF HAMILTON. Mont., Oct. 5. UP)— Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sargent hunted and hunted, but had no luck. But when they caught up with their 33- year-old son, Leroy, they found he had shot and was busy skinning a big elk. Needed only one .shot, too. "Pin Worms Can't Harm MY Child I" Better learn the Truth, Mother! You may think that Pin-Worms are 5unt a harmless nuisance. Or you may think that this tormenting, embarrassing infection striken only certain types of people. Don't you believe It 1 Rich or poor, younff of old—anybody, anywhere can havo Pin- Worms. And these crawling pests, living? and growing 1 inside the human body, can cause real distress. So watch out for tho warning signs that may mean this nasty infection •— the aggravating rectal itch ; also, uneasy stomach, bed-wetting, nervous fidgeting and unuven appetite. If you suspect Pin-Worms, get • package of P-W tablets right away, and be sure to follow the directions. P-W Is the new Pin-Worm treatment developed, by th« laboratories of Dr. D. Jayne A Son, America's leading specialists in worm medicines. Important SclentMe Dlicovery The small, easy-to-taka P-W tablets eon- tain a remarkable drug (gentian violet) that is being hailed by high medical authorities as the most effective means ever discovered for dealing with Pin-Wormn. Thanks to this important new scientific discovery, P-W works in a »ppcial. sentlo way to destroy stubborn Pin-Worms. Ask your druggist) P-W tor Pin-Worms! Mrs. Koehn Reports on National Meet Full Information on significant happenings was combined with a | humorous presentation when Mrs. I Rlla Koehn, commander of Disabled j American Veterans Auxiliary pre- ! sented her report of the national D. A. V. auxiliary convention which she attended in Denver. The report was given Monday night as a highlight of the meeting of unit No. 20 at Memorial hall with Commander j Koohn presiding. Mrs. John Arney was initiated. I A delegation from Taft was wel- i coined, including' Mrs. Frank Cross, ] state department chairman for guide | dog work; Mrs. Franklin, state ex- j ecutivo committee woman; and Mrs. Ruby Bodcnhcmier, commander of ; Taft auxiliary. Sixty guests attended the social hour which closed the evening with the serving of a Spanish tsupper. Manual S. Kscamilla was in charge of the supper. Cream Deodorant Safely helps Stop Perspiration 1. Docs not irritate skin. Does not rot dresses or men's shirts. 2. Prevents under-arm odor. 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