The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 16, 1944 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, October 16, 1944
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Monday, October 16, 1944 gfte gafcerrffelb Calrtomten —of • COFFEE TABLES • LAMP TABLES • END TABLES Your choice of mahogany or walnut finish. Some walnut veneers, inlays and hardwood frames. From $fi95 \J Each Gingras & Neely 1100 Eighteenth Street Deputy Will Pay Visit on Tuesday Mrs. Oussie O. Keadcn, deputy, will make her official visit to Bethel No. 2S, Order of Job's DaiiRl tors, Tuesday evening in the Masonic temple, Miss George Louiwc Taylor, honored queen, announced here today. Initiation of nine girls will ho held. tho^e to be initiated including: Misses Irma Chapin, Donna Clanin, Shirley Harris, Betty Harris, Mal>el O'Xeil, Marl- beth Martin. Eileen Green, Roberta Sams and Dora Smith. A rummage sale is also slated for October US. All girls are urged to bring any articles for tho sale to the meeting Thursday. J-Iofresh- nients will be served following tbc meeting. HERE AND THERE IN SOCIETY Weils Private Bui man Mivs Flossie Ada Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sullivan, of ]516 Beale avenue, became tho bride of Robert S. Bulman, private first class, of the United States Army, on October 8, at Riverside. Mrs. Hulmun is a graduate of Bakt-rsflold High School and Lufkin's Business College. The bridegroom, who returned recently from three years service in the south Pa- rlfic, will receive a 21-day furlough after roportinn to Fort Dix, X. J. Mrs. lUiltnan will join him in New York, his home. Ceremony Held The fall banquet for Beta Sigma I'hi .sorority was held at the arcade room, Bakersfif-ld Inn, recently. The table was decorated in black and NERVOUS, RESTLESS IRIITABlf. HI6R I gold, the sorority colors, favors I being- small nut cups with the sorority insignia on each. Gold leaves were scattered on the center of the tables. Following the banquet members went to the tower room where Mrs. Fred Henry, Jr., entertained with the reading of an interesting current comedy. Initiation of pledges folowed, at which time 17 were inducted. Miss Dorothy Bitner, new director, was also presented with her Ritual of Jewels pin. Those installed were: Mesdames Fred Actis, William Belluomini, Xed Chuffln, John Echenique, Robert Grimes, Glenn Kersten, Lewis McXainara, Carl Moores, Frank Rafetto, William Richmond Franj cos Shaw and Misses Nellie Copeland, Catherine Frank, Martha Onibersoii, Nnonil Mathis, Jane Mitchell and Iris Scroggins. Other members attending were: Sinrsraret Anderson I.aura .Mi|alz On "CERTAIN DAYS" Off The Month? Do functional periodic disturbances make you feel nervous, fidgety. Irritable, tired, and a bit blue—at such, times? Then start at once—try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Plnkham's Compound la made especially for women. Taken regularly—It helps build up resistance against such distress. Thousands upon thousands of women have reported benefits! A grand thing about Plnkham's Compound Is that It contains no harmful opiates. 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Natural Two-Tone Muskrat Goats Natural Muskrat Coats Natural and Coca-Dyed Russian Squirrel Coats Cocoa-Dyed Canadian Squirrel Coats Natural and Dyed Squirrel Paw Coats, Natural and Dvcd %j Skunk Coats Silver Fox Coals Russian and Canadian Ermine Coats SCARFS • Kolinsky • Mink • Sable • Stone Martin • Squirrel 1820 Eye Street CLEANING • GLAZING • REPAIRING • DYEING "Just South of Wickersham's on "Eye" Street COLLARS • Blue Fox • Red Fox • Snow Fox • Silver Fox • White Fox Hall Don Mernard .Tamos Bridges Miriam Evelelh Emily Kuhlman MiBBOH Dorothy Bitner Mary Ann Sparks Walter Normanly VI'CR Porter Alien Scarlett Walter Shot-smith Don Wheeler Norlne Fldler NtWOUS INWtWOH - . ***".* Is your stomach on the warpath from war jitters, worry and overwork? Sufferers from jumpy, nervous indigestion find that PEPTO-B1SMOL, helps bring prompt relief from heart* burn, distress after meals, gas on the stomach. Tastes good and does good. Ask your druggist for PEPTO-BISMOL when your stomach is upset A NORWICH PRODUCT Why Thousands off Doctors Have Prescribed ^* navo rrescriDBU flerfassin (DUE TO COLDS) Pertussin must be good when thousands upon thousands of Doctors have prescribed it for so many years. Pertussin acts at once to relieve your coughing. It loosens and makes phlegm easier to raise. Safe and effective for both old and young. Inexpensive 1 Plan Coming Events Alpha Zeta Beta sorority recently met at the home of Mrs. Stanley Alexander, 927 Thirtieth street, to make plans for future events. Miss Kay Baker, president, announced today. Mrs. Phil Smock was welcomed back into the Gamma Beta chapter after several years absence. Mrs. Smock had been living in Long Beach. An announcement was read of the birth of a daughter, Sandra Lee, to Major and Mrs. Lloyd D. Griffin, of Pueblo, Colo. One of the many projects of the sorority in the special library that has been started recently for the tuberculosis patients of Kern General Hospital. Approximately 40 of the latest best sellers have been given as well as many of the older favorites. Mrs. Leroy Saunders Is chairman for this activity. A donation was also voted to be given to the war chest fund. Another pleasing aspect to the meeting was the distribution of gifts by secret sisters to some of the members. The special prize was donated by Mrs. Carl Dittus and was won by Mrs. Here Giraud. Mrs. Stanley Alexander is in charge of cookies being donated to the USO for the days of November 6-8. During the latter part of the evening dessert was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. D. A. Annis, October 25. Members are: MesOameH— Roy Armistead ternesl Clements Hoss WisherU K<1 Kuehn t.'Iay Thompson Klmo Frecur D. A. Annis William I,ord Klclon Unison AU'ne 1-liirmon Misses— Dorothy May Gibson Here fjiraud Walter Wnscm JiH-k I'nBiT Carl Dillus Robert BfKuso H. I 1 , l.yon stunle.v Alexander A Herd PC.-IITC l.eUoy Samlers Phil Smock Virginia Conn Kay r.aker Rosemary Litncun * « * Sailor Hero Feted Byron Loyd, seaman first class, of the United States Navy, was honored at a party given recently by Miss Eleanor Galyen at 1605 Alta Vista Drive. Seaman Loyd has just returned from the southwest Pacific area, where he has been serving for the last year. While on duty he received four stars for major engagements. The guests were entertained with music in addition to playing games. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Those present were: Misses— Joyce Lehman Marie Roux Louise Reeatune Claire Loyd Messrs.— B. LoiKT Joa Lewis Jim Sushrue Joe Corn Phirley Curran Thelma Rams Janet Beaty Georgia Uiddings Richard Lowe Arlie Combs Arthur Daly Jerry Mitchell Sigma Phi Gamma Plans were made for a party to be held "Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Howard Laster, 1324 K street, when Sigma Phi Gamma sorority met last week in the John Bracchi home, 2931 Park "Way. Thanksgiving and Christmas charity work to be done by the sorority was discussed. Members are:. Meada—• Emmett Smith Paul Shaffer John W. Bracchi Afhton Jensen Al Price Howard Poeder Kenneth Hlcnrds o. Kric. Jnhnson Frances Beltencourt J. 10. Vatiphan. James Dewar Alan Stroud C. H. Manfll Denver Smetzer Walter Welln Kownrd B. Laster Milton Johnson Misses— Gruce Hayden Dorothy Snodgrusa lona Myers FHOM SOi:TH PACIFIC Private First Class Johnny Mahan, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mahan. lilll F street, is due to arrive in the United States soon on furlough from the southwest Pacific, where he served 29 months with the infantry. 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