The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 12, 1944 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

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JO Thursday, October 12, 1944 jfafcentffelb CattfOTHtol! TOYLAND IS OPEN BRING THE CHILDREN Carry Packages Unwrapped When Possible DOWNSTAIRS STORE ORNAMENTAL AND t'SEFl'I^—Adding glamor to each meeting of Bakersfield Woman's Club throughout tho 104-1-1045 season will be the ushers, who were introduced Monday by Mrs. George W. Gill, Jr., chairman. Wearing lee blue crepe gowns, the attractive young misses and matrons Include: Seated, left to right, Mesdames AV. C. Johnson, George AV. Gill, Jr., Frank Estrlbou, D. S. Btricklen, J. Stirling Shea, .1. AVotherspoon; standing, Mesdames AValler Vllus, R. L. Stockton, E. B. Hougham and R. E. Gignoux. Miss Bernice Lynn, who completes the group, was not present. NAME OMITTED Tho name of Mrs. C. L. Gibson, president of the .Moms' club, was inadvertently omitted from the list of guests at a recent meeting of Infants' Friend League. PIN-WORMS At Last- A Real Treatment! You may not realize how many of your neiKhhors—grown-ups an well as children —have Pin-Worms at this very moment. People don't talk about this naaty infection. Sometimes they are too embarrassed to mention the tormenting rectal itching: and up to now they have usually Buffered in silence because they have not known of any effective way to deal with this dreadful pest that live* inside the human body. Important Medico/ D/ic«very Today, thanks to a valuable scientific discovery, a remarkable new treatment haa< been made possible. It is based on a special drug, known a» gentian violet. This drug is the vital element in P-AV, the new Pin- Worm tablet* developed by Dr. D. Jnyne ft Son, America's leading specialists in worm medicines. P-W tablets are small and easy to take, and they act in a special, gentle way to destroy Pin-Worms. It is very easy to "catch" this nasty In- zcction, and the ugly creatures can cause real distress. So watch for the signs that may mean Pin-Worms: itching seat, uneasy stomach, bed-wetting, nervous fidget- Ing. If you suspect Pin-Worms, get a box of P-W right away and follow tbe simple directions carefully. P-W means Pin-Worm relief I P. T. A. NOTES It was announced hero today by Mrs. K. Leimbach, president, that the Standard P. T. A. will serve dinner for the Seventh District P. T. A. on December 8 in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Hoyt Gregg, membership rhairnKin, slated that the contest thus far Is successful and advised friends and parents that the drive ends October 13. A rummage sale is also sponsored j by the unit at SIS Baker street on October 1!>, Jlrs. AVarren Blackmon, ways and means chairman, in charge. Anyone wishing to contribute to this sale should call Mrs. Blackmon, 2-1447, or call at 227 Lincoln street. RUMMAGE SALE Lowell P. T. A. will sponsor a rummage sale at 818 Baker street Friday, October 13, at 9 a. m., according to Mrs. W. W. Smetzer, chairman. Considerable children's clothing as well as women's in many- sizes will be available. Fine Program Are Given at Tehachapi Through tho efforts of interested Bakersfield folk and the generosity of local talent, excellent programs have been presented at intervals at Tehachapi Institution for Women. The most recent was a reading of the drama "Harriet" by Mrs. James Trow of AVasco, last Friday. This was preceded, September 8, by a violin program by Miss Doris Crane, accompanied by Mrs. Bonnie Bunch. On November 2 Mrs. Phillip B. Howell, vocal soloist, will present several numbers, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. A. R. HoisinKton. French Instructor Reorganizes Club "tie Cercle Francala," French language club of Bakerpfleld Junior College, haa been reorganized under the direction of Mrs. Eva Le Fevre. Regular meetings to plan club activities will be held on Friday mornings. Officers elected for the fall semester Include: President, Miss Ruth Duncan; vice-president, Otho George; secretary-treasurer, Mies Margaret Hand; program chairman, Miss Helen Core; and publicity chairman, Miss Put Blanchard. Other members are: Sam Restituto and the Misses Catherine An- tongiovannl, Jane Christopher, Mary Jane Poowah, Joyce Rowland, and Sarah Stahl. Mrs. LeFevre, Instructor in French In the junior college, is adviser to the club. AT POMONA Miss Dorothy E. Nourse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ti. B. Notirse, 3013 Elmwood avenue, and Miss Frances Grimes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Grimes, of this city, are registered for the fall term at Pomona College. Both girls were graduated from Bakersfield High School. BOOK AUTHOR TOYISITSOON. TO SPEAK TUESDAY FOR JEWISH WOMEN'S GROUP Mrs. Lenore C. Ross of Los An gelcs, speaker for Tuesday evening's buffet dinner at 7 p. m. at community hull, 1600 H street, for Bakersfield Council of Jewish Women, is also known as Lenore Cohen, and under the latter name is the author of two books. These deal with Bible tales and are a popular Sunday nchool text, used also In the local Jewish organization. She is the author also of news articles of wl*e publication. For elx years Mrs. Ross lived in San Luis Oblspo and durlnp that time she founded a section of the Council of Jewish Women known as Centra Coast section, and was Its first president. She is a member of the national committee on war activities and Is on the board of social service for the national organization. Mrs. Jerome Melvln is the council president, Mrs. Charles Klein, program chairman and Mrs. H.. Zimmerman and Mrs. M. Lubin, cochairmen of supper arrangements. PEANUT BUTTER WHEN HEAD COLDS STRIKE [ 2 drops in each nostril work swiftly to help you breathe freer again. Caution: Useonlyaadirected. IPENETRO NOSE DROPS "BAL-SET" S. B. WEST OF ENGLAND COVERT Covert cloth is a lightweight all-wool cloth excellently suitable for California wear. It is closely woven with a smooth finish—offers such warmth as is needed when a coat is necessary, hut it hasn't tin 1 bulky weight necessary where winters are more severe, thereby lending itscll' to the liner points of tailoring that make for better fit and smarter appearance. Covert is a west of Knghmd weave, in plain shades in browns, blues and grays. Brock's has seen to it that these topcoats arc carefully made in every detail. For a really fine quality dressy topcoat, you'll go far and find less in the way of value. Try one on tomorrow— without obligation. $9 croo ; 35 These Topcoats Are Union-Made Hen's Shop Carry Packages Unwrapped Whenever Possible Yes? Delightfully dressy . . . for this is the season, and these are the clothes that are flatteringly feminine, highly dramatic. And "just right" for your more-hat-of-a-hat. Choose a "dressy" dress in wool or crepe and feel confidently, beautifully dressed for any occasion. There are one and two-piece styles in both the woolens and crepes, featuring Dolman sleeves, new necklines, new draped skirts. Woolens are available in fuchsia, purple, aqua, brown, gold, Kelly and red; the crepes in black, brown, grey, peacock, lime, powder, gold, fuchsia, purple, melon and green. Sizes include 10-20, 9-17, 14%-26%, 38-52. From 12.95 You Are Invited to Visit Our Beautifully Redecorated Fashion Salon FASHIONS MAIN FLOOR

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