The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 17, 1944 · Page 7
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Style excitement and longwearing quality in smooth- fitting fashions designed exclusively for you... today's up-and-coming junior. . . . That's the jaunty junior story. Pure wool gabardine ip an exquisitely detailed dressmaker suit with a cardigan styled jacket... and easy gored skirt. Sizes 9 to 15. $49.50. Exclusive With Us 1823 Chester Avenue Bakersfield STUDENT TO AID PLAY DIRECTOR "BRIEF MUSIC" STAGE SET IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY PARADE ttbe Hakerrfteft Califorttftm Tuesdoy, October 17,1944 7 Miss Betty Krauter, sophomore, at Rakersfii'ld Junior College, is work- iiiK as assistant director in "Brief Music," by Km mot ],avery, to be presented by the junior college stn- dent body at the Kast Bakersfield IllRh School auditorium on Saturday night, November 18. St.'iKP-set for the play is being con! strticted under the direction of Ger: aid Smith, shop instructor. The only I scene to be used in the production is that of the study of a suite of rooms in a college dormitory. Because the three acts of the play portray the sophomore, junior and senior years of three Kirls, the appearance of the set changes with the Kirls' idea of furnishings and arrangements. The main point of interest on the set is a huge window that looks over the campus. With the play in its second week of rehearsal, Miss Kthel Tlobinson, drama instructor and director of the play, stated that it is progressing very well. Working with what sho considers an exceptionally fine cast, Miss Robinson believes the play wil be interesting and amusing. Art Group to Show East High Paintings Work of Rich, Bradshaw, Emerson to Be Exhibited Farewell I'arty Miss Anita Stfwiirt rim! Miss Ilolen Morun rn»orlaiiic(l rcrrntly at a farewell party in IUPIUJI- of .Mrs. Gilbert !•'. Tlioene, \vlio will ilrpart soon for \Vhiteli(n>-e, Tanaila, to join her husbunil. liinpo and other names • were playnl, prices lielnw; awarded I to Me.«ii:nnes Henry I'nlverarl, \Vill| iarn Lianilile, .Veal Sim-lair. Gilbert F 1 . Thoenc, WalU-r \\i\x. ami I,uH Os- traii'Jer. At a late limir n liut'fet .supper was serveil at. \\liich time .Miss .Moraii, tlie en-host. •,-;.••;, was the re- eipient of a surprise birthday shower of Kil'ts. Those bidden to the delightful affair were: Mc^'l.TIIH'.s Krii: X' Isuti I.u:! ttMiMiidi-r (dll.ort K. rhniMio W.lh.im lliimlilfl AVnltrr \Vlijit- ll.-ni y I' (1 lvcr:i ri Null I!. St. C'hiir Th"m;i.s Bui, her \VaItiir \\'nx Anita C. .*t"w:irl .M.llLM| II.-!. n n. Murg.in t,. Mill.'!' I "Play Days," a water color by | Alexandra Bradshaw, first-prize winning water color at a Laguna Beach exhibition Ui.«t year and five other paintings from the Kast Bakersfield High School collection, will be exhibited this week, October lfi-L'2. at Bakersfiold Arl Association galleries in the Stener building. Paintings from the school collection which will be shown are, "Tennis Boy," by John Iluhbard Rich "Ducks," by Jessie Arms Botke "Flower StilMJfe," by Ruth Ilcil Kmerson; "Landscape," by William Wendt: "Sea-Scape," by Robert C nio and "Navaho Baby," by Quincy Tahoma. The Kast Bakersfield High School collection has been donated to the school by various graduating classes. The first was "Tennis Boy," painted by John Mubbard Rich, brother of principal Kenneth W. Rich. "Ducks" was the gift of the class of 19-12, assisted by the Girls' Athletic Asso elation, Tri-Y groups, the Art Club and the Parent-Teachers Association. "The Landscape," "Beach Scene," and "Sea-Scape," were the Rifts of the class of 1943, while the Service Club gave Ruth Emerson's "Still- Life" to the school. "Xavajo Baby," was bought by the art department. The art department plans to hold a purchase prize • exhibit in the prize exhibit in the spring, utilizing the gift of the class of 1944 to finance the undertaking. DOCUMENTED LOVE LETTERS SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 17. UP) Superintendent of Mails J. W. Brain- hrough has received a protest to his rule barring registration of overseas love letters on grounds they are not important documents. Wrote eight G. I.'s from the south Pacific: "Put yourself in a soldier's place. Imagine you are in a foxhole, hungry and wet. which would you rather have, a document or a letter from home?" Radio's NttMWIZ SNOW TMONEY ON WE LINE* \Ml Here Mr. and .Mrs. ,T. S. Kndri.Luiez. Jr., of Rodeo, Calif., with tlirir daughter, llarbai-a .In, wi-re Kuests hero of Mrs. Kodirimie/.'N parents, Mr. and .Mrs. A. tS. .Madruiva of Stine district, reeenlly. They also visited at the home of Mrs. t. .) . .Maraeeini, si.stur of Mrs. Kodri^ncx. Sunnybank melts in, delicate and tempting, Taste it! Can you beat that goodness at any price? Remember, your money back if you don't like Sunnybank! VITAMIN A Ivtry pound of Sunny bo: Is scientifically «nrich«d with 9000 U.S.P. units of Vitamin A SAFEWAY STORES W. R. C. Will Have Inspection Soon Ilurlbut Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, will be officially inspected by Mrs. Sylvia DeLong- field, Los Angeles, department president for California and Nevada, Wednesday at 1 p. in. Mrs. Mary 13. llampson, president, is requesting officers to he attired in White dresses. ".Mi's. Kmily Hoy, chairman of a series. of card parlies, has extended ,i vole of thanks to patrons of the successful functions, tho last of which was held Saturday evening. SHOKTA(iH OF SWEKTS 5I1SSOULA, Mont., Oct. 17. UT>— The Missonlian's wandering reporter hoard a young lady say plaintively to her traveling companion on a bus: "Have another candy kiss, Margie. The others are kinda hard to get these days, aren't they?" BOMAM*MEIl Visitors in Thin City Corporal and Mrs. Aldo Aotis, of San Franriseo, ,-,re visiting in tills city on the corporal's 15-day furlough. Aniont," thnso whom they are visitinK is the coriioral's brother and wife. Technical .Sergeant and Mrs. Alvin Actis, tlm sergeant being on a Iil-ilav furlough after 'J7 months In Alaska. Corporal and Mrs. Aetis arc also visiting at the home of Mrs. Actis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Ma- ilrtiKa, of Stine district, mid the corporal's parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Steve Actis, of Greenfield. * * * .Mrs. Richards Leaves Mrs. liny I-',. Kichards has Rone to join her husband, who is a seaman second class, stationed at the. naval aviation training center at Norman, Okla. She leit Thursday. * * * Kpsilon Sigma Alpha Alpha Theta Chapter of Kpsllon Sigma Alpha sorority will hold an educational meeting at Hotel El Tejon Wednesday at S p. in. Drama Club Members Chosen in Shafter Six students of Shafter High School were chosen to become members of the drama, club, following tryouts at the school recently, it was reported by Jliss Gladys Regier, drama coach. New members elected to the organization include Miss Patricia Mettler, Bob Teetars, Miss Martha Helm, .Miss Barbara Kiuman, Miss Betty Wells and Miss Joan Loewen. These recruits, along with the older members of the club, including Miss Gwendolyn Ummel, Bob Devlin, Miss Neva Helsley and Miss Foiled Pope, will bo responsible for producing school plays, under direction of Miss Regier. PIN-WORM MAY THREATEN YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH Don't let your child suffer a single needless minute of minery with Pin-Worms I These pests are more than just a nuisance. Scientific facts now show that crawling Fin-Worms, living and Browing inside your child's body, can' cause real distress. It is easy for anybody,' anywhere, to catch this nasty infection, often without even knowing what is wrong. Learn the warning signs— the tormenting, embarraM- iiiK rectal itching; also, uneasy stomach, bed-wetting, nervous fidgeting, finicky appetite, and loss of weight. If you suspect Pin-Worms, tret a package of P-W tablets right away and be sure to follow the directions. P-W is the new Pin-Worm treatment developed by tha laboratories of Dr. D. Jnyne & Son, Amer* ica's leading specialists in worm medicine*. Important Scientist Discovery The small, casy-to-take P-W tablets contain a remarkable drug (gentian violet) that is being hailed by high medical authorities as the moat effective meant ever discovered for dealing with Pin-Worms. Thanks to this important discovery, P-W works in a special, gentle way to destroy Pin-Worms. . Ask your druggist! P-W for Pin-Wormi! BROKEN LOT CLEARANCE Really Fine DRAPES •15x99 inches. Extra long and wide. 12 pairs only, regularly $12.95 . Special $O Ap? this week O»t/O pr. Famous DUSTITE, slight misprint. Regular $12.95 Special $/» AC this week VJ«t7tJ pr. Many beautiful regular drapes to choose from Pocono Shag Rugs ROUNDS AND OVALS—SOFT AND FLUFF Many colors to choose from 22x18. Regularly $6.45. Special $4.98 22x10. Regularly $4.98. Special .". $3.98 30x56. Regularly $9.75. Special " $6.98 .'Mi-inch round. Regularly $6.15. Special $4.98 48-inch round. Regularly $9.75. Special $7.45 FIVE PAIR ONLY NYLON FULL RUFFLED REDROOM CURTAINS These arc extra full and wide, something you may have dreamed about but never could afford. Regular $12.95. Special $8.98 Pair ARTCRAFT CURTAINS ARTCRAFT OF CALIFORNIA Always Has Fine Merchandise at Lowest Prices Possible 1423 Eighteenth Street "Around the Corner From Tiny's" DO YOU SUFFER? from tndlientlon, dizxlnm, hcadarbei. eormtlpatlon, colitis, oeurltli, *as and •our ifotnuch and that all-in tlrni feel- Inir Then let Har-Vo-Ald aid rou. A mtnlli'i iiipplr for 15.00. Sold flrtct. Relief or nioner back. Write today. I*. U. Ilui S',1, Bakerifleld. Calif. See HARRY CITRON Expert Guaranteed Witch Repairing Because They Are So Difficult to Obtain CURTAINS Make thc !deal Christmas Gift We usually have a fairly large selection of BEDROOM, KITCHEN and BATHROOM CURTAINS to choose from. Just Arrived 50 Pairs Ruffled Kitchen Curtains Size 30x51 in. $-| f\O Pair JLci/O Dulcli type 70 inches wide by la inches long. § Pair We Have a Large Stock of many types and colors of Kitchen Curtains to choose from .. . ranging from $1.49 to $2.45 a pair Yard Up Curtain Yardage 49c TAILORED DICKIES... Made of finest cclancsc . . . black a lid white sharkskin and white . . . genuine mother of pearl buttons ... beautiful fitting collar and finely tailored. Regularly $3.45 Special $1.49 BED PILLOWS Crushed Chicken and Turkey Feathers, Fine Quality Ticking and Almost as Soft as Down 1.79 1.98 $ 2.25 each REMNANT SALE Drapery Material Remnants Beautiful floral designs. 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