The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 23, 1944 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

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TOYS Are Better This XMAS Most of this year's toys are made from wood but fliey are nitich belter toys than we got last year. They are not only sturdier built but are better finished. . . . And many of them are made from hardwoods. Also they are far more colorful. We believe you will be delighted with the improvements. More Choice This year's selection Includes a vast variety of trucks, trains, various sized wagons, doll furniture, wheelbarrows, guns, tanks, airplanes and pull toys. Military toys are much In "eVidence—many of them surprisingly authentic in design. Scarce Items Some toys have been very hard to locate in quantities to meet demand; viz. Doll buggies, doll high chairs, toy pianos and better class dolls. We are receiving limited supplies of these items, but they don't last long. Right now we are showing a very attractive doll high chair, priced at $2.95. More doll buggies are expected soon, as are toy pianos. And we have a fine stock of beautiful dolls. Prices Yes, prices do seem high, but they are lower than a year ago and the toys are much better built, too. Bear in miiid that toys made of wood require more hand work and thus involve more labor. Lay-Away t We offer early shoppers our convenient lay-a-way plan. A much better choice of toys is available if you make your selections NOW. Try Shopping at Urner's • Housewares • Gifts •Toys • Juvenile Furniture 2006 Chester Avenue "Geftin 1 ahead..." SAYS "Gettfcl'ahead Is a lot easier when a feller slope tryln' to get even." NIT SAYSi "And gettin' ahead on icas\- 4ay la a lot easier when you use Feet's Granulated Soap. Those quick, thick suds Just whisk away the grease and grime from rough work clothes ... and make your colored things bright, your white things really white." MIT SAVSi "Anyone can put in hours on a job .. . it's what you put in 'em that counts." • PUT SAYSc "You can get a heap more work crammed In every hoar, when you put Feet's Granulated Soap in your washing machine. And in the dlshpan, this different soap with the wonder-working suds makes china shine, glassware gleam. Feet's is easy on your hands, too ... that's just one more reason why three tlmet as many women now use Peet't. Come on—i/ou try it, too!" FEET'S SOAP The quick-sudting granulated coop BUY WAR BONDS SOCIETY PARADE FeV» Bride-Elect Mrs. William Romero, of 1504 El Ralfo Drive, recently entertained at a cocktail party and crystal shower n honor of Miss Dorothy Snorlgrass, 'inancee of Private William Campbell of the United States Army In- 'antry and formerly of San Francisco. As feature of the evening, the guests dressed dolls made of pipe- cleaners, as brides, prizes being awarded to the participants responsible for the best and the worst and best dressed dolls. A humorous event of the evening was the entrance of the hostess's terrier, dressed as a bride, to the strains of the wedding march, the gifts then opened by the honoree. Guests were Meadames— Achton Jensen Eric Johnion Al Price Walter Wclln Milton ohnaon Howard Lastcr Frances Bettencourt Misses lona Myers G. H. Snodgrass Jack Vauchan Howard Sooder Kmmett Smith Kenneth Ricardft 1'HUl Shaffer Denver Smetzer John Braohhl James Dcwar Grace Uayden Bridal Shower Miss ClariBse Hichaud, much-feted bride-elect of Sergeant Tony Escabar, of Minter Field, was the honoree at a shower given recently in the Coca-Cola clubroom by Mrs. U. S. Ponton and Mrs. N. Llnd- strom. Bingo was played, prizes going to Mesdames'Orville Truesdale, Clarke Slsson, Henry Fidler and E. Souza. Door prize was won by Miss Mary Aubin. Table decorations consisted of a miniature bride and soldier bridegroom decked with roses and fern. Among those participating were: Mesrtames— Kmlle Hichaud Henry Burgomaster C. LaVezzI E. Souza Orville Truegdale B. Permenter O. Lamb Samuel Davis John McEuen Jerry McCarthy Fred Chabot Virgil Chabot. r. Georue Burgemaster J. Hot a R. Burgess Misses— Mary Aubin Barbara. Wallace Norma Fidler Shirley Fidler Barbara Lee Lamb Irene MOM Elsie Bolejerano tee At Laster Home A pledge candle-light ceremony was held recently at the Howard Laster home, 1324 K street, with a good attendence recorded. Games were played, prizes being awarded to the winners. A buffet supper was served. Pledges were Mesdames Jack Soiple, Bruno Banducci, Randell Lewis and William Pi Romaro. Members are: Meadamea— EmmeH Smith Paul Shaffer John W. Bracchl Achton Jensen James Dewar C. B. Hand I Denver Smetzer Petn Aubtn R. Trenc-h H. Tidier / Ray Bateman, K. Ramsland F. Utzerath Glenn Wallace Robert Slnson Joe HeRRlck Virsll Chabot Kmile Burgemaiter R. Burgess Jack Rex E. J. Huckeba • Milton Jonston J. Eric Johnson J. K. Vaughan Alan Stroud Walter Wells Howard B. Laster Frances Bettencourt Misses— Grace Hayden Dorothy Snodgraas lona Myers * • * Emera Club To Meet A meeting of Emera Club will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Irene Dickinson, 2905 Linden avenue. Phi Epsilon Phi An educational meeting of Phi Epsilon Phi sorority was recently held at tho home of Mrs. James Harbin, 221 El Tejon street, with Mrs. Ed AVest as speaker for the evening. An open forum was held following tier address. Special guests dur- ng the evening were Mrs. Warren Jaggard, former Sigma member, now president of the new chapter In Fresno and Mrs. Roy Hodge, a Sigma member now residing in Fresno. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Harbin, Mrs. Freeman Wagoner and Miss Billie Cox. Members are: Mssdames— Richard Burton Arthur Craig Jack Cutwrlght James Harbin Freal Harvey Roy HodKc Warren Jagpard Henry Kroeker Lloyd Lewis Daniel Hogan Misses— Kareen Anderson Mime Anderson Billie Cox Dina Francesconi Miry Hothersoll Florence McCullen Ferneley Roberts tiaylord Van Wey Stroud Wilson Donald Gilgar Bill Router Jack Sheelz Freeman Wagoner Charles Wren F.i! West James Kagan Vera Maggentl Garnet Miller Florence Moore Mary Dee Williams Bllllc JoeHeltzman Ramona Beard Dora Lorenzi * * • Announce Marriage Announcement was made here today of the marriage of Miss Ruth Irene Townsend, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Townsend, 317 Harding street, to Private First Class Glen H. Gaatlneau, formerly based at Camp Roberts, now at Fayette Field. N. C. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rose Gastineau, of Morris, Okla. The young people were married October 13, in Okmulgee, Okla. Mrs. Gastineau will reside with the bridegroom's parents (or several weeks, at which time she will join her husband at his new station. The private only recently returned from 31 months in the Aleutians with the army air forces. Acts AT ONCE to rtlim (DUE TO COLDS) 1 BytttMMitdBof Doctoral Fertussin—a famous herbal remedy- Is scientifically prepared not only to quickly help relieve such coughing, but also it loosens and makes phlegm easier to raise. Safe and mighty effective tor both old and young. ECZEMA? TO RELIEVE ITCH PROMPTLY! Mildl, MMrfKatatCuticura toothe* promptly— M uied by mtny mines/ Buy today! CUTICURASOAP* OINTMENT MONEY CANT BUY filter-acting, more dependable than genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin, worlds* largest seller at 10i- Why pay more? Big 100 tablet ei»e for only 35*. ftokmrffelb CaKtotnfatl Monday, October 23, 1944 7 ............ ---<,,untttfttintttHCtttttttettrfrtfrrr- . .. etdhed rhythmically into a panel of color contrast. Outrageous flattery from soft smooth shoulders to taut waist and slimmering skirt in this ingenious pure wool suiU** chic skullcap to match. Both from Fred A. Block's inspired new collection^ • WE PREFER YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT Eighteenth and H Streets Opposite the Padre Hotel SEE EASTERN'S DRAMATIC SHOWING OF FINE FUR COATS YOUR COAT SHOULD BE EXPERTLY STYLED and TAILORED We show you juct two coats of a large collection noted for beauty of style, accurate fit and flawless workmanship. Whether you choose an unfurred coat of superb fabric, or one rich with luxurious fur, you will want the assurance of basic quality that you find in all our coats.Women's specialized sizes. Fur-Trimmed Coats $65 to $139.50 Untrimmed Coats $25 to $57.50 SIZES 10 to 20, 38 to 50, 14«/2 to 28'/2 USE YOUR CREDIT THIS is MINNIE Mism- - ' SHt THINKS SHt LOOKS OEGUIUNO WE THINK MINNIE'S LOOKING SIUY >,, eJ' -BEHIND THAT "GIRLY" SlYtlWGf >,'., «fl!VT HE 4 '' • • ." Thin U one of • •roup of dozen* ef Streamline . . . lithe, >ounc drvsft««. touched with the elef»n«« •( ilMnnlnc nail- head*. Of deliu rnyon crepe. BUck. brown, blur. toil, to S $9.95 to $29.95 (On*l lllutnOed in era*, ala* MVfc . . . te B. A. t. Blue. *1» JSVfc ... In Mack. alw JOVi. HAVE YOU REACHED THAT "UNCERTAIN SHE" . . . When nothing seems to fit without expensive alterations—when you miss vital, young, exciting styling-when you think all smart dresses are made for the coke-crowd? Then It's Time for a "Young" EASTERN Fashion Young women's half sizes - 18'/j to 24Vi Young women's regular sizes-38 to 44 Eastern Solicits Your Charge Account 1529 Nineteenth Street VISIT EASTERN'S SPORTS BAR AND SWEATER-SHOP MMtttM MMMM

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