The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 12, 1944 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 12, 1944
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4 Thursday, Octobtr 12, 1944 —So w« elected these cozy rayon quilts for the job! They're warm, yet not bulky... they're pretty, and infinitely flattering. Notice, too, that they're made In that wrap-around style that's to easy to slip into! Sizes 14 to 20 In the loveliest prints ever I $ 5 98 , $ 9 98 M Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone 7-7871 "Where Parking Is Easier" ontgomery Ward WANTED TWO MEN Operation—Maintenance Work Bakersfield Water System 8-Hour Day—5-Day Week Monthly Salary California Water Service Co. Apply at Field Oflice 1631 Twenty-first Street, Bakersfield, California DO YOU SUFFER? frt« todlcntl.0. diulnew, headache*. MMMMliaa, calltln. naurlllt, ca* and ir atmaack aud (hat all-in tired feel•* -" Id Mar-Vo-Ald aid ran. .„ . nuiwljr far . »3.0<t. 8.ld .. .. «flle.f ar maflcr back. WrUe l», r.*. i«z JJl™ Bater.fleld, CaW. Dr. S. C. Long Physician-Surgeon 1728 Truxtun Avenue Phone 2-1353 «s*-»««"— Taft Red Cross Chapter to Sponsor Mechanics Course T-\FT. O. t. 12.—The local chapter of the Amr.Tii-an Ked Cross is an- noum ing Oi toher 1(1 as the starting date for the mechanics course to train women for the motor corps. Charles ]•'. Archer, a nie<yiaiiic with the Oeji- eral I'etrolcmn Company, has volunteered gi\~e scribed liy the National K ISP iiiiiilifyinK in I' for t hosf corps. .At are only i it is impoi trained. Tlie w<ir course (1 Cross essmgs the present til o <|ii;ili!ied nicniliers and done by t lie corps entails (iiipiiient delivering and calling lor household articles which the home service loans to the serviceman and his family. There Is also chauffering service, which operates on a twice weekly schedule, taking workers to and from the surgical dressing workroom at the Jjincoln Ssr/hool. This service also furnishes transportation to incoming service families who are without cars. The chapter-owned vehicle driven by the members of the motor corps Is an important unit in the wartime program of the chapter. All women who are interested on becoming motor corps members are asked to call the lied Cross head- "inartciH as soon as possible no that the plans for hours that are conven- ! ient to all may be arranged. Belridge Girl Takes Cadet Nurse Training Miss Barbara Roberts, of the As- \ tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts, sociated Lease near Belridge, has ! Miss Roberts attends classes at San . . j Jose State College. She was gradu- started training as a cadet nurse at , Htp<1 fmm thp ' Taft Un ,, jn H)gh the Pan Jose Hospital. The dangh- i School with the class of 1944. NEW kind of ASPIRIN tablet doesn't upset stomach you need quick relief from pain, do you hesitate (o take aspirin because it leaves you with an upset stomach i It so, this new medical discovery, bui'tKiN, is "just what the doctor ordered" for you. Superln Is atplrin plui—contains ihc same pure, safe aspirin you have long known—but developed by doctors in • special way for those upset by aspirin in its ordinary form. thli new kind) of upirin 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—even after repeated doses. Tear this out to remind you to get Superin today, so you can have it on hand when headaches, colds, etc., strike. See how quickly it relieves (pain —how fine you feel after tak. ing. At your druggist's, 15* and 39'. KKKNCH MINISTER—Jules Jeanneney, president of Third French Republic's Senate, has been appointed minister of state in General-Do Gaulle's new cabinet. He will have rank equal with De Gaulle. Shaffer Chcmisfry Class Sees Films "With the showing of two films, "Historical Introduction to the Story of Chemistry," and "Chemistry In a Changing World," the chemistry cl.-iss of Shafter High School recently completed introductory units of the course, including an intensive study of the nature of matter and the role of science in today's world. The past four weeks have boon busy ones for tin; 17 class members, according to Bernard Lustig. instructor. Besides the interesting work of setting up chemical apparatus, experiments and demonstrations were used to give point to the re! t|Hired rending for the course. ! Class discussions developed a ! realization of the part played by i chemistry in tlie life of every in; dividual. One of the unusual projects, a cartoon seinience illustrating , the source of oxygen, is now being i completed by Jerry Mathls, a sen- ! lor in the class. "Homes of Future" Is Topic of Delano Club Meeting DELANO, Oct. 12.—Presenting the program at the opening meeting of the Neighborhood literary Club, held recently at the country home of Mr!. John W. Heed, Mrs. Homer C. Kyle spoke on "Homes of the Future." Among the new innova : tions about which architects and builders are thinking and planning for the future are, she stated, "prefabricated houses, with round domed roofs, round walls, water and bug tight sectional steel floors, heating hidden in the floors, plastic used for drain boards, table tops, window sills, bathroom pipes, and lining for wooden bath tubs. j Mrs. A. V. Focrster presided and a minute of silence was observed in I honor of the war dead. Responses I to roll call were current events, i During the social half hour which I followed the program Mesdames Xeal Woodward and Harry Kibbe served refreshments. Mrs. Carles La Dow. Sr.. was a guest of the club and members present were, Mesdames B. M. Neilsen, Louis R. Klntt, Albert C. Brockman, R. O. Johnston, Delbert L.. Post. Hugh Bunim, \Villiam Hin- rlchs, .fobn AF. Kyte. A. V. Foerster, Homer C. Kyte, Xeal Woodward, Harry Kibbe, and John W. Reed. SOl'TH SEA BELLES CHEW SAMOA, Colo.. Oct. VI. (U.PIflirls in the South Sea Island are horrified^ by the habits of women in America, Mrs. Donald Barnes has learned through a letter from her husband, who is in the army. 'The girls on the Island." Barnes writes, "would* not think of smoking—they chew to- barco." West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to SeYve Youl UKLHUI Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm in the West 1434 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfield Ten Clubs Organized at McFarland School Student body activities at McKar- land High School are swinging into full snide, with 10 clubs already organized in addition to tlie regular class organizations and tlie various athletic program*. Tlie executive board will meet each Tuesday, according tu Waller I 1 '. Conrad, faculty adviser. All other high school activity groups will meet Wednesdays, from 10::!0 to 11. A definite program of meetings and a master calendar for the year already has been drawn up, Principal L. A. Wiemers stated. Clubs now organized at the high school include the Hi-V, Girls' Athletic Association, Honor Society, Future Farmers of America, dance club, library staff, Letterman's Club, dramatics club, annual staff and the Sub-Deb Club. Robert Mettler, -who moved Into the presidency of t'he Future Farmers of America at Shatter High School the latter part of last year to fill a vacancy in the office, was re-elected as president of the organization for a full term during a recent meeting. Others elected to serve with the new president are Allen Mettler, vice- president; Wayne Hill, secretary; Fred Starrh, treasurer, and Elmer Metller, reporter. A report on the state F. A. A. convention held at San Luis Obispo was given during the meeting by Raymond Reimer. He outlined the "Master Chapter Plan." Delano Group Seeks Patrolman for Area DKLANO. Oct. 12.—At the recent meeting of the chamber of commerce which was held at the Hotel Kern, it was voted to ask Captain Roy Cialyen of the California State High- I way Patrol at Bakersfield to place a ; highway patrolman with a car in the j Delano district because of Increased 'population and the resulting traffic problems and congestion. Secretary Kdwin I 1 . Jacohsen was instructed to : write the letter to Captain CJalycn. Reports were made on a federal ex- i pcrimcntal farm for the district, the ! celebration of Armistice Day at I'or- i tervlllc, and the coming Sixth War I Loan drive. Larry Freeman presided. VOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS 9X11 Ft. MARVIN RUG Ma*t* Ay BICELOUI SANFORD See these attractive patterned soft surface russ today. . . . Discover a snitirt floor fashion that is priced lower than you dreamed wns possible. . . Your choice of rich, fust- 95 colored designs from which to choose. . . . 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DuPont Company Hanford Engineering Works Pasco, Washington Transportation Advanced Attractive Seal* of Wages 54-Hour Week—Time and One-Half Over 40 Hours Following Workers Needed: . Sheet Metal Workers Protective Firemen Boiler Firemen Truck Drivers Laborers Living Facilities for Employed People Only Workers, Now Employed In Defense War Industry Will Not Be Considered Company Representative Will Interview Applicants October 12 Through October 20 Apply at U. S. Employment Service 1300 Seventeenth Street Phone S-604! for Further Information

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