The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 16, 1944 · Page 7
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High School Unit Convening Tuesday I "Mathematics: A Tool for Clear Thinking," will be the topic of the ' High School and Junior College _I>.*r. A. when the unit meets Tuesday at 8 p. m. in Room 17 of the Jaycee building. This will he a presentation of content and application of the various fields of mathematics by student representatives. The chairman Is Mrs. Laura Ileyd, mathematics instructor at Kukersfield High School. The hosts and hostesses for the evenine: will be the mathematics and drawing teachers. 570,185 PRISONERS LONDON, Oct. 16. <JP> — Allied trmics have captured at least R70.185 prtfinners since D-Day, wilh 400,183 of them caged b ythe four American armies in the field. LYONS ROOT BEER OW44. LYONS-MAGNUS. INC. ACTIVITIES OF P. T. A. Speaking on "Citizenship In Our Home," B. \V. Kellner, East Euk- crsfield High School teacher, told the Williams P. T. A. how citizenship is being taught in high schools. He spoke of the work of the Junior Statesmen Club, of student body government, and the conducting of war stamp and bonds sales. Mr. Kellner cited examples of the challenge of responsible citizenship offered by these actlvties and how it is met by the students. The sixth grade pupils, taught by Miss Nora Burke presented a three- act Columbus Day play. It depicted the faith of Columbus as a boy that the world was round, his interview with Queen Isabella and his joy at having proved his theory. At the business meeting conducted by Mrs. E. L.. Wilson, president, Mrs. Prank Snyder, membership chairman, revealed that the group had obtained a total of 433 members. A committee was appointed to Investigate postwar needs of Williams School. It Is comprised of Mrs. Frank Snyder, chairman, Mrs. Dalles Sceales, Mrs. V. W. Ilort, Miss Nora Burke, Mrs. Eleanor Bowman, and Mrs. G. W. Wilkinson. Ted Chism, principal, explained the need of retaining the present standard of education in California in spite of the fast rising school enrollment by securing the proper amount of the state funds. Tea was served In the cafeteria with Mrs. E. L. Wilson and Mrs. G. W. Wilkinson pouring. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Joe Miller, Mrs. O. Wilkinson, Mrs. T. Turner, Mrs. Allan Scott, Mrs. IT. McCoy, Mrs. H. Hord, Mrs. R. Green, and Mrs. S. Sandstrom. "If you would be an Intelligent voter, you'd find out what you are voting for and consider what would do the most good for the most people," advised Herbert L,. Blackburn, Washington School principal, when he epoke at the recent meeting of Delicate Flavor that won't Schilling* McKinley P. T A. The speaker recommended the book, "Fair Play" by Munro Leaf to parents who want to teach their children good citizenship. Mr. Blackburn declared that Proposition No. 9 must pass if the schools are to keep pare with the times. Allen Cannon spoke to the group in behalf of the War Chest drive and I Mrs. Fred McClarren, defense chair-1 man of McKinley P. T. A., announced the unit must raise $;iOO as its quota. An enjoyable feature of the meeting was the dramatization of the story, "East of the Sun and West of the Moon," which was presented by the students of Miss Norah Traf- tnn's third and fourth grade class. Those taking part included Stanley Tinkle, Donald Fontaine, Danny Chandler, Shirley Hooper, Diane I.>nne, Myrna Srhadle, Deanna. Beatty, Richard Welland, Willard, Simpson, Fr°rldle Kcheiblp, Barbara Wadsworth, Arlene Mathews, Betty Lou Spencer, Joanne Freeman, Mary Ann Emery, Oaleti Green, Lawrence Brown, Sharon Cromwell, Lorene Lake, June Martin, Betty Montgomery, Jacqueline Robertson. Concetta Stratton, Eleanor Baker, Joyce Glantz, Colleen McMasters and Carolyn Bitters. Hostesses serving during the social hour included Mesdames Clarence Anderson, William Rea and Russell Bowen. Rulon Keetch will be guest speaker at the meeting of the Fruitvale P. T. A. Wednesday, October 18, at 2:30 p. m. His topic will be "Intelligent Voting," and a large attendance is desired. Programs for the year will be distributed, and refreshments will be served in the school cafeteria by the eighth grade room mothers. D. A. R. Members Hear Fine Talk at Opening Luncheon W. C. T. U. Members Meet on Wednesday Frances Willard Union, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. W. R. Olmstead, 608 L street. Mrs. A. R. Bunch will be in charge of devotions. The lesson for the afternoon will be a treatise on narcotics, with Mrs. C. W. Wade as instructor. The amendments on the November ballot will be discussed by speakers arranged by Mrs. S. L. Albaugh, representing the League of Women Voters. Mrs. Chester Farrell will preside. Refreshments will be served. Do It yourself. It's eaijr M putting your hair up in curlers. You'U fino everything you need in the 'PBMMANBNT/ WAV! KIT Requires no heat or electricity. Safe, for every type of hair. Over 5 million sold. Get the amazing Charm-Kurt Permanent Wave Kit today at Kimball and 8ton« and ail drug itorea. SPECIALS FOR MONDAY. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY CHRIS and JACK QUALITY VEOETABLES I FROZEN Vegetables POINT FREE Asparagus, Grain Beans Mixed Vegetables, Lima Beans, Cam, Peas, Peas and Garrets, Spinaeb, Breeoeli, Brussels Spreats. Ceellftewer CRISP LETTUCE Each IOC Large* Santa Maria TOMATOES 2 ib..25c SWEET GRAPEFRUIT 3 lor IOC BELL PEPPERS Each 1C '• • iquor Department i. s. c. GOLD MEDAL CLARET gal, $3.11 CLARET i fil. $1.10 BURGANDY .... gal. $3.43 BURGANDY ... J gal. $1.87 SAUTERNE .... gal. $3.10 ' SAUTERME . . . I lei. $2.00 ROCKY SPRINGS BLENDED WHISKY 4/5 *<3 99 Quart . . OB at at DONQ PUERTO RICAN RUM Half f Pint* . . BUY MORE WAR BONDS AND STAMPS Beck's Bakery III! 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Major Shearer, who also instructs physical education at the local high school, told the group of the training given boys enrolled in the military organization. He pointed out that complete reorganization has taken place since 1041, in the effort to better the training of prospective soldiers. "I believe that lark of respect of elders and lack of discipline is one oC the main c'auses of the juvenile delinquency problem," were the major's words. The military instructor's address was the first in the series of talks for the D. A. R. group in keeping in lino with this year's theme, "New Trends for American Youth." An afgan, marie by Mesdames S. L. Albaugh. D. E. Gilbert, Homer Rogers and Miss Ada Hopkins, was shown the gathering preceding its transport to the Red Cross. Another blanket was sent during the summer to the San Diego Naval Hospital. The national organization of the D. A. R. is this year urging the sponsorship by California chapters of a morale building project for men stationed on the LCI-L59S, which was sponsored by the California D. A. R. Bakersfield members will send a birthday gift, write letters, BUCARELI TALKS ARE EXPLAINED MISS HOWELL TELLS HY CHAPTER OF AGREEMENTS Giving members of Chapter HT, P. E. O. Sisterhood, an opportunity to share her research project of the summer, Misa Editha Howell presented a talk on the Bucarell Agreements for the opening meeting of the chapter Friday night. The gathering was held at the home of Mrs. Chester A. Bartlett, 2224 Myrtle street, with Mrs. Archa Vest as co- hostess. Mrs. Glen L. Johnson presided. Miss Howell explained that the agreements which were a series of "conversations" between Mexican and United States government representatives held in the hope of reaching satisfactory understanding in connection with oil lands in Mexico developed by North Americans. The agreements never reached a treaty status, but gave Mexico the advantage of recognition of Obrigon's gov- eminent in 1923. A contrast between realistic Mexican diplomats and "starry-eyed" North American, was afforded. The facts of Kern county being an oil area, plus the importance of recent developments in Mexico, gave the talk a topical and local signifi cance, as well as providing a stimu lating opening for the year's theme, "Our Neighbors to the South." Announcement was made that Mrs. A. L. Kilbourne will speak on "Latin American Airways" October 27. A dinner meeting will be held with hostesses including Mesdames J. K. Thrasher, Joseph Smith, Laurance B. Nourse, Jules Rachal, Horace Strong, Emmett Henley, Glen L. Johnson, Thomas L. Nelson and W. F. Sprinkle. "Even o storm SAYS PEET n "Ivan a storm IB welcome after a hot spell. Yepi there'* a relief In change—even if it's for the worse." PUT SAYS: "Here's one change that's for the better —a change to Feet's Granulated Soap. What a relief to see a wash- Ing come out all spotless white... and every speck of dirt gone from work clothes •-...school clothes, toe. Guess that's why thro tlm«« as many women now uto Poof's—the different soap." PUT SAYS: "A hen is about the only thing that can get anything done by just settin'." PEET SAYS: "You can get everutling done a lot quicker if you use Feet's Granulated Soap. Feet's quick, thick suds get right to work and make your washing white and tunny-bright. You should see how they make dishes shine, too...in a jiffy! They leave your hands smooth and lovely, 'too. How 'bout you trying Feet's?" NET'S SOAP The ejulck-iiMfffnej granulated Map and send greeting cards on special occasions to one man on the ship. Mrs. Homer Rogers is in charge of this project. Next meeting of the group* is slated for November 7, when Mrs. Elmer Karpe will act ns chairman of the program, which will feature a speech by Miss Marge Crain, instructor of physical education at Bakersfield High School. This meeting will be helri at Methodist hall. In charge of Saturday's program was Mrs. L,. B. IIulsebuR, nnd presiding over tho meeting was Mrs. Esther Campbell, regent. Those present included: Mesdames I... B. Hulsebus, W. W. Colm, Oran Palmer. Elmer Karpe, Nellie Bonham, guest; Daniel Harris, Lafayette- Banes, J. 10. Haynes, guest; Clyde I,. Campbell, James Flickinger, Mary II. Walt, II. H. Smith, Clara D. Brown, diaries H. Schiller. Henry Klssler. guest; Homer Rogers, E. G. Buerkle, prospective member; D. E. Gilbert, \Vlllinm ITallock, Esther Campbell, and Misses Ada Hopkins, Virginia Willison, and Olive M. Chubb. 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