The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 10, 1944 · Page 3
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State Officers Will Speak .at Taft A. A. U. W. Meeting TAFT, Ot. 30.—Three state officers win be present to address members of the newly organized Tart branch of the American Association of University .Women when they meet for the first time Wednesday at 8 p. m. In the cafeteria annex ot the high school. Officers scheduled tk speak are Miss Ysabel Forker, state president; who will speak on "What A. A. U. \V. Means to the Taft Branch." Mrs, Joseph LeConte, state secretary, "What A. A. U. \V. offers to Individual," and Mrs. H. B. Dodd, state •education chairman; who will explain the educational program. Miss FALSE TEETH? Avoid Do*f tr«M Clouting Motkodt Don't risk your valuable plate or bridge trying to toot it clean. Any chemical, when dissolved in *ater and strong enough to cat away all stains ind tartar, may bleach or pit "gum" material- It" v seep around the teeth causing them to loosen. .«i.\L 8a i e ~ c !- can ty BRUSHING, as dentists do. •PENT, free from lye, acids, harsh abrasives won,! scratch or damage delicate denture materi- Us nor irritate gums. Quickly removes nicotine •I. 3 " 1 '-Prevents tartar deposits. Polishes gold, •liver, all dental metals. For odor-free, sparkling- clcan dentures use SAFE, guaranteed A DINT Edna Keough, president of the Bakersfield Branch will give, a reading. Following the meeting, refreshments will be served by the now board members, Mr.s. Harry Harps, president; Mrs. Harry Hall, vice- president; Mrs. Howard Lee, secretary; Mrs. Amy Peterson, treasurer; Mrs. David Cerkel and Mrs. Charles CoChran. program chairmen; Mrs. Kenneth Pruiett, membership chairman; Mrs. ft. L. Matthai and Mrs. Henry Cavigle, section chairmen; Mrs. Tom Bell, transportation chairmen; Miss Alma Steininger, art chairman; and Mrs. Robert Rist, publicity chairman. Taft Red Cross Gets Yarn; Knitters Needed TAh'T, Oct. in.—Yarn for DOO pairs of socks has been received by Mrs. Anne Doyle, chairman of production of the West Side chapter of the American Red Cross. All women who do knitting and would like to help fill this large quota are asked to call Mrs. Doyle or the Red Cross headquarters. BRIGHT WOOLS FOR THE THe busiest dress you could ever own will be found in this group . . . wool Vashmcrcs and gabardines. . . . Cboose now for warmth and style. . . . Wool cashmere dresses — in tailored and casual styles ... wool gabardine coat style dresses ... colorful blues, melon, purples, beige and brown. Sizes 9 to 15—10 to 18 $10.98, $12.98 Brock's Downstairs Store CHOOSE GIFTS OF A gift that is always welcome—slips—in tailored and lacy styles. White and tea rose. Sizes 32 to 44. and $2.98 Announcing . CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP AND NAME Gus' Barber aud Beauty Shop Will Henceforth Be Known as Baker Street Barber and Beauty Shop 923 Baker Street JOHN PROVINCE—NEW OWNER Henry Banman Still Assistant Barber Theliua Hoke StftTln Charge of Beauty Shop Mrs. Devers Named Temporary Leader T.\KT, Oct. 10.—Duo to the illnoss ot Mrs. Aurlroy Chalmers, Jojulor <>( the women's division of the Democratic Club, Mis. Elba Uevers, re- cejHlonist at the club, *vns Riven temporary leadership when inrni- bers nk't at 210 Fourth street, club headquarters, last week. Joe Bios, chairman of the AVest Side organization of Democrats gave a resume of the club's activities and asked for an active corps of women volunteers to supplement the work being done by the club. Following the general plan outlined in President Roosevelt's address, the women have made the securing of a large vote their ultimate objective. Other officers, of the group arc: Airs. John Hraslirar, first \ in>airman; Mrs. Klussiu Kcignirr, HCcoud vice-chairman, and Mr.s. .Sidney Dii7.cn, secretary. The. next meeting will be in Hie Moose hall Friday night. Taft Ave Maria Institute Initiates 18 Candidates Lincoln P. T. A. Sets Membership Drive TAFT, Oct. 10.—The Lincoln P. T. A. Is offering an evening party to the room \vinning the membership drive, which gets under way October 14, according to the president, Mrs. Leila Besse. Further plans will bo made when members meet in the Little theater Wednesday at 2 p. m.. in a regular m»'et ing. At this time the program as arranged by the chairman, Mrs. Fa\ Williams Includes a talk c.n health by the school nurse. Miss Nell Tui- ncr and one on safety by Li-Cm Paine, and songs by the girls glee club. Refreshments will bo served after the meeting. A class of IS candidates was Informally initiated at the regular mec'ting of Ave Maria Institute No. Hill in the Woman's Club at Taft recently with Mr*. Lode Geissel. president of the Taft organization in charge of (lie initiatory rites assisted by her staff of officers. Miss Emily Bid.irt of Bakersficld, institute deputy, was a special guest. The clas» was the largest ever initiated by the Taft group, and one of the largest to : > initiated In the San Joaquin valley this year. Assisting Mrs. Gcisse 1 were: First vice- president, Mrs. John Wilkcs; second vice-president, M''^s Syra Stlcger; 1 past prcsicii'ii', Mrs. Hornardinn i Miller; in.-irshal, Mrs. <,onevieve I Manna; rcc-ccrding srcrctary, Mrs. Itcgina Fciy; treasurer, Mrs. Grace I Morris; financial secretary, Miss IMary Mcllo; inside sentinel, Mrs. Nettie Klcinpetcr; outsdie sentinel, Mrs. Irma Gainey and the chaplain, the Reverend Father Gerald Culleton, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Taft. Special guests for the occasion, In addition to Miss Bidart, were the Reverend Father Joseph Steffes, Catholic chaplain of Gardner Field; Mrs. Margaret Stanley, Institute deputy of St. Margaret Mary's Insti- tute No. S2 in HaKt-r^i'ii-ld; Mrs. Arthur (". Metcalf, pa"i president, ot the HaU^rsfield Institute, and Miss Teresa Dever'eau, an officer of the Bakcrsfifld group. Plans were made for attendance at the district conference to be conducted in Ha nf ortl Sunday. October 2fl, and for n Halloween informal initiation of new members. Mrs. John Wilke and members of her losing tenm in the recent membership campaign will preside as hostesses at the Halloween event. "'lie members voted voted to serve coffee and doughnuts at the Knights of Columbus Day dance Friday evening, October 111, in St. Mary's hall, and completed plans for a ho-meinudc candy sale; on October L'T. At tln> rlncn of tbc' evening, a two- course supper was served at which Mrs. Gc-issd presented the; institute deputy, Miss IJidart, with a gift from the assembled members. Members initiated into tin- organization wore: Mcsdames Elizabeth Prucitt, T.essie Johnson, Pauline Jerina, Hazel Wilborn, Agnes Mae Wands, Lucy Raffcrty, Morris H. Curry, Kathleen Stout, Huttie M. Collier, Hetty Jane Smith, Dolores O'Brien, Kathleen Jones, and Misses Lucille E. Hartman, Anita Rhodes, Constance Fell?., Mary Ann Scheideck. Beatrice Guerra, and Helen TjOiii.se Schmitt. Taft A. W. V. S. Unit Will Make Lap Robes TAFT, Oct. in.—A workshop for the purpose of making lap robes and i bandages for patients in the federal i hospitals is being prepared in a room !at. the Fort, by the A. \V. V. S.. ac- coiding to Mrs. C. R. Shinn, chair'; man of tho cirganixalion. Supervisor •A. AV. Noon is making arrangements • to furnish the needed sewing ma- i chines, and a nurse to instruct the workers in the making of the bandages, Mrs. Jessie O. Schwab is chairman of the project and is asking for volunteers, and for donations of old sheets or cither white clothes that i-an lie used in the making of the bandages. Tho next board meeting of the A. AV. V. S. will bo at the Fort on October 17. McFarland Students Plan "Book Week" With new officers recently elected for the current school term, students of McFailand High School who carry on duties as library assistants are now making special plans to emphasize National Hook Week. Klected to provide leadership are Miss I'atsy I/ittlejohn, president; Miss Estelle Hart, vice-president; Misa Betty Seay, secretary; Miss Charlene Robinson, treasurer, and Miss Marilyn Diivis, membership chairman. During a recent meeting all girls desiring to assist in the high school library were Hssisned specific duties and were given responsibilities to insure the snioofhost posshlo functioning of the library, according to Miss Harriett Knohlock, library stat'I' sponsor. Xc\v membi'i s of the f;jrls Athletic' Assoriatic.n of M .Kin-hind High School we're honored with a politick dinner and a program of games, recently, it was announced by Miss Dorothy Wile-ox, faculty sponsor. The program called for all girls to play such games as ping-pong, badminton, basketball and Individual party games following the politick dinner in the home economics room. New freshmen members of the organization were introduced to the activities of O. A. A. during: the party. Student Body Card | Contest Under Way i'i'.n between MCMI- . Mini"!*, sophninoi n | i^se- at McF-'ai •]and ! tlic> -:<\<* nf student! v trtking plac-o u'ith ' c"ete--r promised a :•• -lionl annii.il year- J-.pl! II".! (•<.!!,I ! hers of t lie -i-ii I and l'r"sli!ii''ii UiBlt School f. I budy r:ir«N is i ! \\-Jnnprs »r 11 ;- t frpp pn^f in tti hook. With tho cm,tost sl.itp.l from October 2 to OtnliPi- ]:',. it i= i-'M'orte.l thnt noarlv LT. pi T i.'nt of thr- students pnrchnsr-d the rnrds th" first Want lUIUf Prom ARTHRITIS PAINS? Try Tysmol on Tlits MoiMy> Back two days. HoMei s of tl body cards will he give prices for rill school cipal I>. A. \Vi"ii>.'i j nn Prizes will include a fi the high school annual fc ning class, while the cl; in fourth will he pit-sen sembly for the Mini.MH hi Ml] ent If you are RulTerln* from tb« «t»b- hins pains or arthrltU, rheumatism, sciatica or neuritis, go today and buy a tube of Tysmol at any good drug <tore Apply this delightful absorbent to the part that hurts and watch results. You should see a diff«r«nc« alter the very flr-.f application. Should Tysmol fail to flv« satisfaction by relieving th» torturing pains, soreness or stiffness in muscles or ligament*. Just return empty tub* and th« manufacturer will refund your money. You will find Tysmol pleasantly dls- tin'-tive arnonfr preparations of Its class. Guaranteed to be free from narcotics and dope. Sold by leading drug- pi = ta everywhere. Caution: Usa only ft* direct »<1. Always in stock at HfQHES DRUG STORE and OWL, INSTITUTE SLATED IN" TAFT MARICOPA, Oct. 10.—A county institute session, featuring Miss Ruth Shafer, reading specialist from Krcsno State College, Is being sponsored by the Maricopa. P. T. A., October 12, at 8 p. m. in the High School auditorium. All teachers and parents of the West Side are invited. NEW kind of ASPIRIN tablet doesn't upset stomach NOW BREATHE FREER 12 drops in en^h nostril •brink membranes, cold stuffed nose opens. Can- I tion:Us»onlyaH directed. IPENETRO NOSE DROPS TXTT HEN you need quick relief from " pain, do you hesitate to take aspirin because it leaves you with an upset stomach/ It so, (his new medical discovery, SUHtKiN, is "just what the doctor ordered" tor you. Suptrlrt I* aspirin plus—contains the same pure, safe aspirin vou have long known—but developed by doctors in • special way for those upset by aspirin in its ordinary form. This new kind ot aspirin tablet dissolves more quickly, lets the aspirin get right at the job ot relieving- pain, reduces the acidity of ordinary aspirin, and does not irritate or upset stomach—rvm after repeated doses. T««r this «ut to remind yon to get Superin today, soc you can have it oa hand when headaches, colds, etc., strike. See how quickly it relieves (pain—how fine you feel after tit, ing. At your druggist's, 15* and 39*. ADD A BOLD DASH OF COLOR The Tuxedo is fall's smartest fashion feature this year. Its broad sweeping fur front adds a toueh of luxury that only fur can give ... Designers have used fine all-wool fabrics ... dyed in an exciting array of gorgeous colors guaranteed lo lift your spirits high. OTHER TUXEDO COATS Rich, wonderful fabrics ... heaped with elegant furs .. . streamlined with figure flattering tuxedos of luxurious quality, as: Dyed squirrel, Ban in Marten, skunk, forest mink, dyed muskrat, natural muskrat, in gold, green, rust, purple, brown, blue, natural and aqua. Sizes 12 to 20. A—Suede finished, all-wool box coat. Gold and American beauty with Mouton tuxedo. American Beauty with black scaline tuxedo. Green with black sealine tuxedo. Sixes 12, 16, 20. B—American Beauty, suede finished woolen with black Persian tuxedo. Size 12. $149.00 Blue with grey Kimmcr. Size 12. $69.95 $ 75 J140 FASHION FLOOR All Fur-Trimmed Coats Subject to 20% Federal Excise Tu wuy BERETS Added thickness and glamor accents of feathers and jewels give importance lo bercls. $ 5.00 to 7.95 BROCK'S—FASHION FLOOR JUNIOR SPARKLER Hi, juniors ... your all-time favorite ... the blazer suit ... in good-as-gold grey menswear flannel, bound with Dress Stuart plaid ... in Hamilton's famous all wool. There's the kick pleated skirt you love . . . and silver buttons add the sparkle. Junior sizes 9 to 13. Grey only. $ 14 BROCK'S—FASHION FLOOR

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