The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 20, 1944 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 20, 1944
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Fridoy, October 20,1944 tEfrt jtahersfifft Caltfomfan NATIONAL DOLLAR SIORtS 1 New Hats From Ii4%/ to 4*95 J.iinje selection in newest smartly fnsh- ioned hiils. Z'liiine, lloivcr or veil trimmings. Colors to please every woniiin. FALL COATS Smartly Styled Xew Chesterfields or box style coats with beautiful full linings. Some witli ftmry iiiiicliiiie-st itched ];i|«-lv. Hlnck, moss green, royal blue, gray and murooii. Sizes II to 44. LADIES' JACKETS Fitted style . . . with cord- trimmed edging on pockets and collnr. Also box style with plnid back and solid front. Sixes 12 to 18. Coat and Legging Sets For boys nnd Matching cap or bonnet. . . , ft iris* with i fnnry vplvpt-trimmM ' rolUir Hlirl pnrkptP ( Knys' driuhJp-lirpfiHlp'l . . , d»rk Mm-, lir.t-.^ a nd hniwn. Sixr.s 1 -.,'. One-Piece Snow Suits . . . Henry brushed material, with full lining. Closely knit leK cuffs and sleeves. Mulching tap, button front nnd belt. sizes i to ;;. GIRLS' COATS Smooth Chesterfields 100% V I All-Wool I ...Double-breasted style with I.-URC flap pockets. Box style, velvet eol- Inr. Ked, beige and tweed. Sisses 7 to 14. Girls' Wool Dresses S 9 . 9 I—Darling styles with all- bulInn I'm)it, belled baek. White fiiney <•<>!lar: short sleeves. Also wool pinafores. . . . Ked, lirnwn. beige, aiiua. Si/a-* 7 to 14. Baby Robes <|00 , . . TMnk and blu? briifihnd cherltprt flannel; *-nrd licit. Ptifrhecl eclRpft. Long lenffth \vi'ti Ion? sleeves. Baby Chenille SPREADS I —Soft luffprl wliilfl rlio- nilln with pink and blun duck trirnminK. . . . Crib *!zc. GIRLS' SWEATERS 100% Wool 198 Slipover style. LOUR sleeves, with round neck. Fine close knit. Yellow, brown, blue nnd red. Si/A-s 7-14 BOYS' JACKETS 49 All Wool Two-Ton* Sizes 2-6 BOYS' FLANNEL SLACKS Plaid or check buck and sleeves, solid front. Kinglc-breiisted box style. Smart for dre.ssup wear. Brown, beige nnd blue. Sanforized Shrunk Part-wool slncks in a liirjjo assortment. Finely tailored for dress or school wear. Sizes 3 to 11.'. TUCKSTITCH PANTIES j Mnde <>f line rot- ton knit. Medium length legs . . . for cool weatherwear. Sixes small, medium and large. FLANNEL GOWNS . . . Soft, warm flannel. imide in pretty tilted style. Long sleeves nnd collar. .Solid colored with button and tloral front bodice. . . . Sines ::ii to 4^. Extra Size Slips 69 Fino tailored stylo . . . with double bodice. Full nil skirt adjustable straps. Tea rose. Si/.p.s 4(1 to 52. SHEER COMFORT in a Poplin Jacket Water Repellent Zelon Process Army regulation material. Double flap button L<| front. Two inserted pockets. Adjustable button cuffs. Sizes small, medium mid large. FLANNEL SHIRTS Black and Rod Chock A heavy flannel shirt for winter work. Two large button pockets; long shirt, tail. Sizes 14Ms to 17. MEN'S COTTON KNIT SHORTS Elastic Waistband A fine cotton Unit short in the brief style. Double crotch. Sizes small, medium and large. LIMIT—TWO TO A CUSTOMER SLIPOVER SWEATERS Ribbed Knit A heavy practical sweater. . . . High neck . . . ideal for dress or sports. Beige, brown and blue. Si/.es small, medium, large. MEN'S COAT SWEATERS 10O% Wool Miulc of carefully selected yarns in the popular coat style. Close knit I sleeve ctilTs; two pockets. In rust. gray, navy blue, black, beige nnd brown. Sixes .''>(> to 4(>. Men's Boot Socks McnUr parttvoot rlbtxvl no<.'l<f. I.mie hoot IrngUi ... with rot! or green lop trim. YARD GOODS COTTON BAITS 3 Pounds All new material. Ideal for that new comforter. Beautiful material with border trim in blue . . . green, peach and rose; 58 in. wide. Rayon Jersey A wonderful assortment of pretty fall (-hades ... 39 inches wide. Floor-Lamp Shades Beautiful Pictures All Rayon Pleated Beautiful light ecru shade ... to furnish more light. Trimmed edges wilh red or pale gold. Fit any standard floor lamp. to 198 Wonderful Selection Artistic floral arrangements. Realistic scenery. All modernislically framed. Some with mirror trim edges. All sizes and shapes. Tablecloth Damask j WARM BLANKETS SATIN BOUND ... For warmth, durability and beauty! A part-wool blanket in size 72x84. ... Lovely colors in blue^ green inrl nnri'ir r«i«f> *-' ! and cedar rose. CLOTHES HAMPERS Coffee Maker Genuine Silex —A convenient 'two-cup drip model.i Fireproof filters. . complete wilh Pic Tile Sets tcrm-d . . . wllli ttuU'h buy und girl, flower arrangement* , . . fruit I'at'rniH nnrt nthciu. So prartiriil uiui uulurful. Keiiular (.'hair heij;bt. Made of strong service- iible material. . . . Serviceable for any home. I Greeu, red, yellow, blue. CHENILLE RUGS FANCY PILLOWS f For Comfort In Luxury I A beautiful assortment of brocade, satin and cotton print pillows. Only new materials used. Fringe or cord- trimmed edges. " "Heart of Value" Lovely shades, in oblong or oval nize. Ideal for bedroom use. . . . Bright shndes in peach, rose, gold, blue, green, aud rose. Shoe Repair QUICK SERVICE MEZZANINE FLOOR Inter-Racial Event Is Set for Sunday Program and Exhibit to Be Held at Auditorium Annual Inter-Racial Creative Arts Fellowship program featuring numbers by Negro chorus. East Bakersfield High School Glee Club, and by a Minter Field group will | j be hekl Sunday in the "Washington School auditorium, it was announced today. An exhibit of arts and crafts will be conducted in the foyer of the .school. The Reverend Dillon Wesley Throckmorton, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, will deliver the Invocation followed by presentation of "Star Spangled Banner." by the East High Glee Club. Remarks of welcome will, be delivered by Hugh Lowry, president of the fellowship. "Wings of Melody" will be sung by the Negro chorus of Minter Field and Lenora Gardner will perform a creative African dance. Father Joseph Losada, o[ Our Lady of Citiutlitlupe Church, will speak on ''Race United." Representatives from the Negro, Mexican, Chinese, and American racial groups will participate. Performing from the Mexican group will be Miss Sally Rodriguez, who will entertain with a Mexican dance, and Trouvadores de Mexico, an instrumental ensemble, which will sing several numbers. Also included will be musical offering by a chorus directed by Mrs. Lenoa Rundstrum. Special dance numbers are to be presented by the Stage Door Dance Studio. Benediction will be delivered by Rabbi Jack Levy. The public is cordially invited. WANTS BETTER BIBLES NIAGARA FALLS, Ont., Oct. 20. (UR) — Welland county was on the market today for some "decent" Bibles for use in swearing in jurors. A recent witness in Welland court refused to kiss the book. He said it was too dirty and "smelled like a distillery." How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis WMIM UMBIITIIUI^ AT Ml 0. E. S. Honors Earned by Two Bakersfield Women Mra. E. H. Hendrlckson, a member of Bakersfield Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, has received the honor of appointment to the office of grand chaplain of the grand chapter, Order of the Eastern Star of California. Mrs. Hendrickson was the worthy matron of her chapter In 1932 and deputy grand matron In 1941. Libertas chapter has the honor this year of having Us member, Mrs. Margaret Miller, appointed to the office of deputy grand matron of this district for 1945. Mrs. Miller was worthy matron of her chapter in 1925. The annual session of Grand Chapter of the State of California is being held this week in San Francisco at Municipal Auditorium. Members left for the north during the last week-end and are expected back Saturday. Election was held on Wednesday and installation will be conducted tonight. Baker.sfleld is well represented at the session. From Bakersfield chapter are Mrs. F. L. Hayes, worthy matron; Mrs. Albert Stankey, associate matron, and Mrs. Hendrickson, newly appointed grand chaplain. From Security chapter are Mrs. Frankie Tucker, worthy matron; Mrs. Rosa Chrlstensen, associate matron, and the past matrons, Mrs. Madeline Peterson, Mrs. Minnie Otterman and Mrs. Hilda Wright. From Caledonia chapter are Mrs. K. K. Kicld, worthy matron, Mrs. Fred Robinson, associate matron, and the past matrons, Mrs. Peter Pesante, Mrs. Vance Stroble and HONORED BY O. E. S.—To Mrs. E. H. Hendrickson has been accorded the signal honor of appointment as grand chaplain of the grand chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. The choice was announced at grand chapter, now in session at Municipal Auditorium, San Francisco. Mrs. Lena Moe Outland, deputy grand matron for 1944. From Libertas chapter are Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Gribble, worthy matron and worthy patron; Mrs. Beatrice Liles, associate matron, and Mrs. Johanna Andreasen and Mrs. Ruth Hogan. St. Joseph's, Guadalupe Churches Plan 4-Day Fiesta Plans for a huge four-day fiesta to be held jointly by St. Joseph and Our Lady of Guadalupe churches next month were discussed in detail recently when the committee chairmen met with the Reverend Father Joseph A. Losada, pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church and Reverend Father Thomas J. Early of St. Joseph's Church, in the rectory of the former church for co-ordination of activities. The event, which is expected to draw 3000 participants will be held at St. Joseph's November 11-13 and at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, November 18-19. The proceeds from this fiesta will be divided between the churches needs and used by the Guadalupe Church to increase the sum needed for the completion of a new school. The drive for the funds of this project was begun in April o£ this year. A Spanish and Mexican chicken dinner will be the main feature of the event at both churches, preparations being made to serve 3000 persons. The program will consist of games and various entertainment features suitable to the event. A great attraction will be the $100 victory bond to be given away. The Reverend Fathers Gilbert Myers. Karly and Losada are in charge of the arrangements committee. Committees of 10 men and 10 women chosen from both churches are in charge. Jaycee Nurses Club Formed at School Functioning for the first time on Eakcrsfield Junior College campus is a jaycee nurses', club. Organized for those girls who are interested in nursing, laboratory technology, physio-therapy and allied branches of the medical profession. The club West's Largest Jeweler* • 17 Stores to Sene> Youl HKUI1K Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm in the West 1434 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfield baa not been formed until the present because o£ a lack of sufficient number of students interested in such an organization. The purpose of the club is to provide information to the members concerning occupations Into which they intend to enter, this information being supplied through speakers, pamphlets and miscellaneous literature. A specific name for the group has not as yet been decided. Officers for this*-6emester include Miss Winifred Hand, president; Miss Sara Stahl, vice-president, and Miss Elizabeth Wiseman, secretary-treasurer. Miss Berry Jean Frank is publicity chairman. Other members of the organization are Mrs. Patricia Haney, and Misses jMaric Kliewer, Helen Core, Margaret Hand, Betty Krauter, Mildred Fulton, Lorraine Lee, Elaine Costerisan, Adele Peyre, Carolyn Duns and Alice Porter. Miss Margaret Levinson, dean of women, is temporary adviser for the group. Featuring Luxurious ... Warm Suede Jackets Finest quality suede jackets are in Weill's Basement. They have a beautiful finish, are fully lined in fine quality rayon. Full zipper front and two zipper pockets. If you are Christmas shopping early for your "man," you should by all means see these jackets. Sizes 36-46. 18.95 Cape Leather Jackets Straight fronts or aviator style. Zippers. Flannel or rayon lined. Tan and black. Sizes 34-46. 1495-18.95 Leisure Shirts For work or play, these shirts will iill the bill. They're in solid colors and plaids, with a convertible collar. Fast colors and washable. Made of "Spun-Ray," poplin and rayon. Coat front, long sleeves. Tan, blue, green, beige. Small, medium, large and large-x. '2.95 '3.95 '4.35 Dress Trousers Finest quality gabardine has gone into the fine tailoring of these dress trousers. We have them, too, in superb Bedford cord. They're trim, wrinkle-resisting, all around "wearable" trousers. In brown, blue and tan. Waist measures: 28-44. '8.50 Weill's Basement STORIES, BALLOT MEASURES GIVEN; RETIRED TEACHERS MEET AT HOME OF MRS. MACK Ballot measures were discussed and Mrs. Claude Bloclget presented an account of a fishing trip to Oaviota when Retired Teachers Association met «t tlie home of Mrs. A. C. Mack, 2520 Chester Lane, early this week. Mrs. H. P. Bender presided and presented selections from Rush Blodget's "Little Dramas of Old Bakersfield." These included a story of H. A. Jastro and of Bakersfield in the 60's. The retired teachers examined,? with pleasure, a copy of "Those Who Serve," recognizing therein many of their old pupils. Mrs. Blodget was presente.d with a bouquet in recog* nltion o£ her thirty-seventh wedding anniversary, which was celebrated Tuesday. Mrs. Mack was appointed welfare chairman; Mrs. Blodget, program, and Mrs. J. T. Carnahan, publicity. At the November meeting, Miss Flora Holloway will present a bbok review of "Heaven Below," by 43d Clayton. Mrs. Mack was assisted In her hostess duties by Mrs. George Taylor. Attending were Mesdames Carl Byers, Emeretta Sybrandt, Lawrence Davis, A. C. Mack, Cora Bender, J. T. Carnahan, George Taylor, and the Misses Ada Hopkins, Floy Holloway and Harriet F. Buss. Halloween Masque Party Is Planned Final plans for a Halloween masquerade are being completed by student body officers of St. Francis High School. The dance will be held October 26 at the school auditorium, beginning promptly at 8 p. m. Prizes will be awarded to those wearing the most comical, original and beautiful costumes. 'ONt PRICf —TWO GUfSTS." THE mnVHOUIER • »» SO. ORAND AVI DOWNTOWN tOS ANOUIS 330 GU1ST iOOMS ' AW Oufsfcfe toomf • Ml wjfh loth RATH OUARANTIID M ADVIRTISID $2*» to $440 N* •«!'• charge • 9 p*rtoni f» rvoni Vow don't have to bargain f • MONTMIY COCKTAIL ROOM COMII SHOP • Otltl Formula for Fashion Dressing up is fun these days when the clothes are BO sweet and charming that you love putting them on to "go places." MOONLIGHT MADNESS in a lovely black date-dress by Dorsa. ... Two of the new ones are dream-dresses in a soft, deftly draped black crepe. One has a low square- cut neckline with two cunning pink-enamel roses and all sorts of glamorous fringe here and there. The other Is strictly swish with black net from yoke to neckline, and * sweet, but smooth black net ruffles at the hip. THE SQUIRRELS ARE ' READY FOR WINTER . . . and you'll find their split- backs in a simply lush deep- brown coat with a wide tuxedo front and a lull swing from shoulder to hem. The fur story Is SHORT . . . and the beautifully matched skins of Russian sojgirrel-backs, the deep turned-back cuffs of the full sleeves, and the luxurious softness will make your heart yearn for possession. CAMPAIGNING ON A WINNING PLATFORM FOB A BRIGHT FUTURE is Jaunty Junior in a collection of luxurious shaggy-wool casual coats. Miss MILDRED ELLIS, that charming young daughter of the William El- Hses, is getting totes of flattery at East Bakersfield High In her new billiard green, loose-fitting Jaunty Junior coat with slit pockets-with-ar- row-poiuts, and soft, smooth, blacket velvet accents at the collar. These wonderful coat- creations come in out-of-this- world colors . . . grey, bottle green, turf tan and many more, and in sixes from 9 to 15. i DRAPED FOR DELIGHT is a soft dressmaker suit in wool gabardine. The yoke detail is superb, the soft forest green, is flattering, and the darts at the waitllne say nice things about your figure. . . . You'll find all of these fascinating fashions at Egger's

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