The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 19, 1944 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 19, 1944
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4 ThunJoy, October 17,1944 Pit gatttrtldt Callfornun | Cp||nii/c VJnmpn Silver Tea at Church Drinks even Sound Better/ DRINKS mixed with Canada Dry Water tparkle out loud. "PIN-POINT CAB- DONATION" insure* liveliness and zip ... to the last lip. CANAD RY WATER I-'K [/L0\\>'. Oct. 13. —A regular i i'iiit My inci'tinK and sihcr tea of j I he [..'Mill's Aid of the Presbyterian I rhiiri-li of J'V-llmvs was held In the j (-hui'i:h social room recently. Mrs. ! .1. A. Mcnxics. jin-sident of the aid. i i cuiiiliiitc-<] a liiiMiii'ss infiMiiKf. IMir- Mii.-' t lir? aftnrnnon a .surprise hand-j !•:••]•< hkf shower was Kiven lor Mrs. j i CM la i a I Histin who is leaving Kellows ' j sunn tn make her homo in the north. : Tin 1 li< iM cssi's. .Mr-siianifs II. T. C. Ki.l.'Tts. !,<•!• T. SmiilNS unU Owen | Siiiuiiifi-s. -i'1'ved refreshments to j Mi-Mlanies \\". K. 1'atterson. R. .1. : I Mi'iinett. \\'. C. Kvalt, J. Al. Cooper, ' : I!. I). C. Dawson. l.i/ lleasley, i ;C].ira Diistin, John SmiUi, Jack Scott, : ! J. A. Mui/ii-K. r.enmo York, I!. M\is- ! SIT, Kathcrine Chambers, W. O. \Vnoti-n, C. O. Downs, II. K. \\"a»;- ! . HHIHT. II. J. MrKi-libcn and Ali.ssi { lci]i-\ ]f\ • » I ta \\ son. i State Guard Unit Honors Dr. Evans ISABKLLA, Ort. 19.—Members of te state guard unit of the Kern river valley met on Monday evening at the Patriotic hall In Isabella to pay their respects to Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Evans, who are leavinK the oomnuin- I ity tn take up residence In .Sun Bernardino in the near future. Doctor Evans holds a first lieutenant's coin- mission and is a medical officer in the Kuard. Tlie meeting- was featured by a huge potlucU dinner during 1 which Kranklyn Wolfe delivered a short address of appreciation for the services rendered to the com- munity by Doctor Evans. At the close of his talk he made a presentation to the hoimri'd couple on behalf of lie members of the stale niiiird. Guests nt the affair included .Major Krank "Wilkson and Captain Fred Haltcz of BaNcrsfirld, and Sergeant \V. H. Hazen of the adjutant- Rcnoial's office In Sacramento, and Mrs. lla'/.en. Doctor Evans praised Captain Cecil May of the local company for his leadership and thanked the members of the company for past co-oppration. Arrangements for the affair were made by Mrs. Kay and Mrs. Wolfe. About 40 persons were in attendance. Toft Officer Escapes Rumanian Prison Camp HOBBY SHOW WINNERS—Teddy Knowles won first prize with his collodion of match folders at a hobby show conducted at William Penn School. Darlene Jamison received second prlxn for a button collection. TAFT, Oct. 1ft.—Captain T. Donald Hodgson, recently released from a Rumanian prison camp, is in Taft on leave, visiting with his wife, the former Bern Ice Rodman. Captain Hodgson, holder of the Distinguished Plying Cross, the Air Medal with 10 Oak I^eaf Clusters and the Silver Star, has shot down three enemy aircraft. He destroyed a JU-88 over the Sicilian Straits on April 11, 1!)43; added a MC-202 on September 2, 1943, off the coast of Naples and picked off his second JU-88 over Secuia. Rumania on April 4. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help IS Miles of Kidney Tube* Flush Out Poisonous Waste If you have an eiem of »cidi in your blood; your 1A mild of kidney tubes m»y be overworked. Then tiny filten and tube* sre working day and night to help Nature rid your system of eieea kcidi *nd pouonow waate. When di»order of kidney function permit* poisonous nutter to remain in your blood, it may cause lugging backache, rheumatic palm, leg puns, loes of pep and energy, letting up night*, swelling, puffincss under the eyes, headache* and dluinees. Frequent or scanty passages with emarting and burning aome- timee ihowi there IB something wrong with, your kidney* or bladder. Kidneys may need help the same as bowels! so ask your drunist for Dean's Pills, used suo- cessfuUy by millions for over 40 years. 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Ceiling price is $2.051 Thick tread. 26x1.25" size. Sale! 55-lb. Roll Roofing Reducedl ro,, 152 Fadeproof, fire-resistant Ceramic Granule surface! Covers 100 square feet. Noils, cement, Inc. At Wards you will find a grand collection of sturdy, washable baskets, in a wide variety of cheerful patterns adaptable to any type room! Various sizes and shapes, priced from 69c to $ 1.89. Salei Blued-Steel Tacks Box Sterilized! Flat heads and sharp points. Your choice of 4 size>. Sox contains Vi pound. Finest Wax Now Reducedl 57' Self-polishingf Equals most famous and costliest! Contains durable Carnauba waxl Savel HANDBAGS UPHOLSTERED CHILD'S ROCKER 9.97 Lower priced at Wards... compare! Well built... and covered with artificial leather! Comfortable as Dad's! Rockers are sturdy ... Walnut finished. 2 IVz inches high; seat 13x12'/2 inches. TOY GUNS LIKE REAL RIFLES Specially Priced/ 2.97 Remarkable values! 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