The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 16, 1944 · Page 5
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:<*£* fltosSW* 93 Proof Simon I.erl Company, !,!<],, Inclusive Distributors California, Arizona, Nevada WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT BRIEF NEWS NOTES Blue Birds of the Camp Fire or; ganization will begin their fall meetings in the near future, according to an announcement by Mrs. Marion Smith, guardian. The four guardians have laid plans for the work and they will meet in the honies of members, with the four groups holding a combined meeting once a month. Mrs. Ruth E. Stotts of Bakersfield. field worker, met with the Delano Guardians to plan the work. Planning for a hunting and fishing Irip, Mr. and Mrs. 1-lobert Livingstone of Delano, have gone to Grants Pass, Ore., where they will he guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mead, former Delano and Alpaugh residents. Delano Exchange to Give Dinner Oct. 25 DELANO, Oct. Hi.—A dinner for members and their families and their ladies has been planned by Exchange Club fur "Wednesday, October 25, according to announcement by Max Cameron, chairman of the entertainment committee. It will be given at the Woman's clubhouse. Bryan J. Coleman, of Bakersfleld, veteran's employment representative of the county addressed the club recently on plans for placing returning veterans in civil life. Out of town guests were S. A. "Woody, county auditor; Frank Wilkinson, county treasurer, and Clifford Raughman of the county health department, all from BaK-ersfield. Nels Jensen was also a guest. Clarence J. Houpe presided. Faculty Wives Work on P. T. A. Yearbook DELAXO, Oct. 1C.—At their first meeting of the fall season members of the Faculty Wives Club of the high school assembled the yearbook of the high school Parent-Teachers Association, upon suggestion by Mrs. Uichard Ward, hostess, and Mrs. Glen Lawler co-hotsess. Work was started after a dessert course was served by the hostesses at the home of Mrs. Ward. Attending the meeting with the hostesses were Mesdames Gerald Jensen, Chester Shnler, Ray Frederick. Edward Butts, Chester Hayden, Harold R. Olson, Donald Illckok, Clarence J. Roupe, Laurence K. Abbey, Charles A. Caznly and A. Ralph Brooding. Word has reached Mr. and Mrs. Hurry O. Scott of Delano of the safe arrival at Puerile Arena, Chile, South America, of their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Dodson and their t«'o grandchildren, Linda and .Stephen Dodson of Delano, who joined their husband and father, Gerald Dodson. The boat on which they sailed from Los Angeles was burned in a Mexican port, delaying the two-month trip Means of transportation from airplane to horse and buggy taxi was used. Leaving soon for Montana to join her husband. William Krockman, was Mrs. William Brockman and baby, who have been residing in the Delano district for several months. They were accompanied to Montana by Mr. Brockman's mother, Mrs. Albert C. Brockman, of the Jasmine district. Memhprs of the young people's class of the Church of the Xazarene hud a picnic at Mooncy's Grove recently. They were accompanied by Mrs. W. Ansel Scott, teacher: the Reverend \V. Ansel Scott, pastor, and V. L. Cook-, Si-., Sunday school superintendent. Eleven class members attended. Delano .Masonic Lodge No. 309 conferred the second degree at a recent meeting In the Masonic temple, with Harold R. Olson, master, and his official staff giving the obligation. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Returning to their Portervllle home, after a visit in Delano with their daughter, Mrs. Rea Hardaway and family 1 , are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirkland of Portervllle. Word has been received by Neal Woodward of Delano that his nephew, Sergeant Neal Woodward of Oregon, was killed in action in the Pacific theater of war. If Back Aches Flush Kidneys Do you suffer from Getting Up Night*, Backache, Nervousness, Leg Pains, Dizziness, Swollen Ankles, Rheumatic Pains, Bladder Weakness, Painful Passages, or feel old and run-down, due to non-organic and non-systemic Kidney and Bladder troubles? If so, here Is good news: The very first dost of Cyit.x (a physician'* prescription) usually goes right to work helping the Kidneys flush out excess acids and wastes which m«y have caused your trouble. So take Cyitex exactly as directed and watch for quick help and a rapid Increase In pep, more youthful feeling and toy of living. Cyitex must surprise and delight you and satisfy completely or you simply return the empty package and your money back Is guaranteed. Don't suffer another day without trying Cyitex—only 35c. Tear tMi out: take to i/ovr druggist: oe ture to get genuine, guaranteed Cyitex. —even before Peart Harbor, Richfield 100 Octane gasoline helped Allied planes fly higher, farther and faster than the enemy. YESTERDAY TODAY—The,West's newest and most modern refinery is "on stream." Richfield can produce gasoline even more powerful than any aviation engine cpn burn. TOMORROW-your Richfield Dealer will provide you with the finest gasoline your car is capable of using—a fuel thai will be yean ahead of your postwar automobile. Taft Officer Is German Prisoner TAFT, Oct. It!.—Lieutenant Harry Bowling, reported missing in action over Germany since August 0, Is a prisoner of war In Germany, according to word received here. Lieutenant Bowling, a graduate of local elementary and high schools entered the army air corps for training in November, 1942, at Santa Ana. He received his commission In ]94I!. at Douglas. Ariz., and his final training in B-17 Flying Fortresses at Tampa, Fla. Lieutenant Bowling is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bowling, formerly of Taft,. but now of Vallejo. His Wife. Mrs. Bonnie Bowling, resides in Ventura. Belridge Boy Is. Honored on Birthday Mrs. J. F. Wright was hostess at a party held at her North Belridge home recently on the eighth birthday anniversary of her son, Jim. Games were played and refreshments of cake, ice cream and lemonade were served. Prizes were won by Carole Shaffer, Patricia McLean, Clayton Thompson, and Elvin Urquhart. ,. Attending- -were: Patricia McLean, Shirlee Mae loppini, Jo Ann Stotts, Janet Llttle.1ohn. Carol Jones, Verna Downing, Carole Shaffer, Bobby McLean, Elvin Urquhart, Tommy Littlejolin. 'Robert loppini, Clayton Thompson, Don Lee Mclntire. PERSONAL MENTION mt * aherg! * elb Cal ' forn '«" Monday, Octeb«r 16, 1944 5 MR. AXD MRS. AM,AX FREEMAN ! iiinl dai-.ghter, Virginia, anil son, ; Phillip, have returned to their I Santa Monica home after a visit in Delano as guests of Mrs rYee- man's mother. Mrs. K. M. Smith, her hrother. Leon Smith and her piste--, Mrs. Dellx-rt Harris and family. THE REVKRK.VD K12EXKU AXD MRS. KEKNER have returned to their Pasadena home after a recent visit In Delano with Mrs. Ke-ener's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert X. Rag.«dalc>.' PATRICIA MORROW entertained as her recent guest at the Delano home of her parents. Or. and Mrs. C. M. Morrow. Evelyn Cumrnow of Ylsalia. MRS. FRED fl.^XELSoX and family of Delano are entertaining as their house gnest, Mrs. Nelson's sister. Mrs. Louella Ross of Redlands. I MR. AXD MRS. JOSEPH CAUUSKJ and son. Clifford, have returned j to (heir Los Angeles lnmiR after a recent visit in Delano with Mr and Mrs. Timothy Sheehan. MR. AXD MRS. M. P. MOSESIAX of Delano ,'ire entertaining as their house guests for a week's visit, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooney of Los Angeles. MISS GLADYS HARDER has returned to her work at Los Angeles after a visit In Delano with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Harder and daughter, Shirley. DR. JACK Dl'CAX. MRS. DUGAX anil their son. Jerry, and Mrs. Dugan's Hint her. Mrs. dene Moraan. have returned ti> Delano from a trip to Compton where they visited Eugene Ess of the sealice<<. who has recently returned to the west coast. MR. AXD MRS. SAMTEL FRISRY of the Rirhgrovc district, near Delano, have as their house guest. Mrs. Howard Hewitt of San Bernardino. MR. AXD MRS TOMMY ANDERSON and daughter. Janice, of Delano, entertained as their recent guest, Priwite Leonard Ridcnhour of Fresno. DR. C. M. MORROW AXD MRS. MORROW and daughter. Patricia, of Delano, have as their house guests. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Simon of Los Angeies. MRS. NAN GRAVES of Los Angeles Is visiting Mrs. Henry Fisher of Elk Hills WHEN HEAD COLDS STRIKE 2 drop* in each nortril work swiftly to help you breathe freer again. Caution : UMonlyaadiroctod. I PENETRO NOSE DROPS FACTORY RASH DO\T DELAY •, > ,, ANOTHER MOMENT' "» Try This Prompt Medicated Relief! Use what thousand} have tried for relievingextcmallycaused rash, pimples, itch. Cuticura! Used t>y many nurus, some hospital*. Satisfaction guaranteed, or maker will refund money. At all druggists. CUTICURA Is your skin dry-harsh — uncomfortable and is your hair dry, brittle, parched looking? If they are, then try Formula 4 Lanolin today. This better product will help keep skin and hair healthy and good looking. Try a bottle today. At drug and at department stores. Its Liquefied! •MONTGOMERY WARD •aajBBsV <*••?*• <WP«* -^— ^s^ssis«» •••••» Ward Week IS HERE AGAIN! For years, Ward Week has been a tradition. Millions of American families have awaited its coming each Spring and Fall. Months ahead Montgomery Ward store managers in every part of the country planned together, bought together to make Ward Week a time of exceptional values. Then came the war... with its urgent call for materials and production. An event like WardWeek,withitshugeassortmentsofciviliangoods, seemed out of step with the nation's march towards victory. So, Ward Week was shelved . .. until now. Today merchandise is still far from plentiful and we urge you to buy only what you need. But once again we can invite you to shop and save in Ward Week. In every department of our store, you will find timely values. See them all but, please, buy only the things you need and let your neighbors have their share. i ^ WARD WEEK STARTS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18th Montgomery Ward Twanty-flffth and Chester Phon* 7-7871 "Wh«r« Parking Is Easier" WATCH FOR THE CIRCULAR COMING TO YOUR DOOR

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