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Monday, August 24, 1936
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA!*, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1936 SOCI Operetta Burlesque Will Community Night Feature A X r>|»-rrtl!i Vinrl'-Miui . ' mnmulllt V Ainotif: tin- mur lednr. ubnwlll pel MHKIIIL;, fn«t nrni'-n'.'i I mi) 1 ')'' Inrm ,-u • I'jiul I.:iii'b\ on tin 1 nut' ;iml ii timid- «i'l" 1'^ Miff '•"'*. rlinhn . I.IUM " ' ' '•— '"••• r.ight rntrrtiilnmcnt "n 'Pn<-Hflay r-voiilni.- nt licnlo Pnrk. The oprr „ K """ ntln iMivlexinic hn" !»•• n in vli'-nriril {•'••'"'"I for «onv lime wllli n group "f Mm: ' •<"• A PI-S ntnl theNplmiv of tho I'li-.-t Mrlli 'I' 11 "' 1 odlst fhnrrh forming the r:iri. Phil The clvle l»,-ii») I'-il I'.v l.lo.Ml Vnth It > fin ii which hue curved u pnpuliir nloh" frnlm-i " for litiHf tlilf Mimmor. will npp'-nr 'I'ln- on Ih'- proBi-ntn wltli ii group "I *" n,i-.-.ll lof(|o!l*. Pupil." of »!<-o|-Be Kliehll' MI F 10 S. l-:lle|- will I"- hflinl III IllKtrtlliK-nllil «<•!.•<•• If. l»'ill»; nsMlmeil }t\ MIM. <!eol);e II. IjoiiN ' Lji.nili'\ it'iil MrM. 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Write or telephone tar • representative, or beet o{ all, come I'M today.' / *. IWAY t A Y I A t A H t A 0 $29.95 and up EASY TERMS WITHAM & BOOTH Fox Theater liuilding 2015 H Street I'hone 28S-I Our Kxptricnce Atturf* Your Satin/action Cvea/it-a- tiHN A UftlF """•*"•" TNI iirriM OF Win /I rHi£f H * TIH WCBO uxnmt • QNU em WOHO TI IACM U WORDS, :PUI1LE No. 21 ; SUJAMBUOWOHOS NKW CITY M.KANERC [ prompt atH'ntimi (IrKvr-rv :*»-r^ - YIL TkQU SI ETH GRAB AMI tw FO KEF Nl R OU HYO GIN NEAL C HEAR THE CAMPAIGN SPEECHES WITH A NEW 1937 PARTY ENJOYED BY CLUB Annii.'i) (im'i; Success; Many Invents Mark | \Vrt-k Hud for Group \ Tho ninth lincl unillsputeOly thni tii'iKl eiijoyitble hoiiMe uarty lo be! hehi b\ the HunlnoflH und I'rofeH- Hlonnl \\'union's Club nt Shlrloy Men-' down lompeil Into history Hiitiirclny anil Sundiiy. AM UHiml tho M. T. I >o- Molt .-mil I'urtor .MuiiKoy IKIIIICK were thrown upon to the \voinen. Twenty- live members utteinled, A ramp flr<> prugriini at Alta Slerrn tollowed dlnnor at tho DeBolt cabin. M lisle, dancing ami n sketch by Mr. DeUolt woro nmoiiK tho pop- uliir features of the entertniurnent. Allend Da lire Uani'iiiK at Alia Mli-rrn roen-iitlon I hall followed. The crowd was tin- tiHijiilly liirgc and jolly, being nug- mented not only by the club women but by ninny permm* on the nioun- liiln to attend n plrnln Sunday of county rond dlMlrlet No. 1. not earing fur dancing formed n monopoly party at tho Ue Holt .fahlti. Hrldge. hiking, riding and enjoying of dinner under the trees, filled Sunilny. Future 1'lan.s I'ddor tin- leadership nt .Mrs. Margaret Huge, the arrangements had provisions, trans- and rump work well or- Miss l.elln XolHon proved an efficient transportation chairman. It was decided lo form a study club under the education Hoctlon, supplementing the book section. Thlw unit will ;i)o»-t »lx limes through the winter nt monthly Intervals to study words Incorrectly UHod. grammatical errors, mis-pro- nounced words, picture words, voice correction ntid kindred subjects. To further thin Hoe.tlon all Interested club members will moot at (he homo, of the president, Mrs. Kt'fli! Karris, 7.1.1 .leffpi-Kon Hirer!, Krldny evening nt 7:110 o'clock. Miss Jessie Topper will hcnd this unit, assisted by Mrs. M. T. DC Hull. Atlenil Outhig tlniHu n I tending besides Mrs. Jionoll and their daughter Miss Mildred DoHolt. wero Mesilnme." (itiHHle McKliiloy, Beulnh Mlhoy. Margitrpt Sago. I'^fflo Farris, Lilllnn HolHou. t'layion Mack. Mary I.nver.s. Leila .len.sen and the.Mimes Sadie Clenilonen, Dorothy Davis, He;iirlee ItryiioIdH, Jessie Topper, Juntlna llondsch. Yvonne Hnrges. Leila NolHon. l''loronc<> McCullough, Herthn Kulper. Floroni'o Julson. Alice .lutsun. Hossle Vammman, l.'oth Uye ant! Kdllh fallagy. SOCIAL coininlttoe portation .Mr. and Help Kidneys If poorly functioning KidneTi and Itladdcr mtke 7011 mner from Gettlnr Up NighU. NerTouinMt. Rheumatla Pains. StlfTneti, Burnlnc, Bmtrtlnr, Itchinc, or Acidity try the cu«r«nt»»d Doctor'iPr«iicrlptlonCyitex(SlM-tez) —Mult flx you np or monei Coolip-StcinliHinp \Vr<lilliiB MiHfl Dolly Cooki) of Uukcrsflold and William (.leor^p Steliikuinp of Tracy wTf- united In marriagn re- I'ently In the auditorium of Methodist Church. Tho Hcv. Orovcr llalHton, paator, road the V«WH, In a pretty sotting of zinnias, asters and palms. AlisH Doris Wilnon attended Mrs. Strlnknrnp nn maid of honor and Kred Toal of Tracy Blood with Mr. Stolnkamp. Tho brldo WOH given In marrlaffo by her father, William U. Cookc. Tim brldo wnH attired In a white Kown mado unpe style. Sho wore a halo of white flowers on the hair and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses. Her attendant was attired In a blue gown and carried Talisman roses. Mllu Itltman was at the piano, playing Treasure Inland as a «olo. This was followed by tho bridal chortiH from Lohengrin and the Mendelssohn wedding march. The. couple received congratulations at the church and left Immediately for tho home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Cooko, 2620 Center Hlreet, where a reception and buffet luncheon was held. They will live at 2G2G Lako street. Out of town guests Included: Messrs, and Mesdames — SV. J. Sleinkamp C. \V.,Stelnkamp K. H. atelnkamp Messrs. — Fred Toal Hud Sleinmitz • • * Urldc-Klrcl Honored Miss lierttm was the hon- oroe at a kitchen shower given Thursday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. t>. Tlatzlaff. She will become the bride of Alvln M. Moffett in the early future. The bride received score? of lovely gllt«. Among those present were: MrsdamcH — D.J.Classen Rudy llerrge- Ed rtlchert sell Jake Norri Henry Bartell J. D. Rutzlaff .lohn Classen Clifford Sparks Misses Helen Ilutxlaff Esther Elrich Clara KaUlaff K.velyn Rat/.laff Margarpt llofer l^avlna Ratzlaff Alice Berthil liatzlaff lluldy nutzlaff Mary Katzlaff * # * l*npiil»r OctoRPiiarian Feted Potted plants, a birthday cake, BrpeUnpr cards, telephone calls, flowers. callers and scores of gifts marked the eightieth birthday anniversary of Mrs. E. L. Vandaveor. 'J027 E street, over Saturday and Sunday. As she Is tho first active member of St. Francis Altar Society to reach the age of 80 years, members of that organization sent a potted fern and birthday cake. Mrs. J. I'. O'Connor Is president of the society. The celebnition. altogether a surprise to Mrs. Vandaveer, continued through Saturday and Sunday. For Four Grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Sam OlllCBple of 418 Belle avenue, Tllvervlew, entertained In honor of their tour grandchildren who celebrate birthday anniversaries through tho summer quarter, May, Juno, July and August. The honor guests wcro Hammle Ulllesplo, age 6 years; Donna Marie Olllesplo, age 4 years; Cozy Dean (illlesplo, age 3 years and Betty Joanne Foil wick, ago 1 year. Tho refreshment table was placed beside a waterfall on tho lawn and centered, with a cake holding 14 can- dlos for tho combined ages of the quartet. Attending 1 besides the honor guests were: Messrs, and Mesdames— A. J. Kay Kenneth Kenwlck Burton Ulllespte San«Qlllcsple Messrs.— Jack Kay John Shaw » • * l.ackawanna Counrll Party Lackawannu Council No. 116, Degree of • Pocahontos will entertain at a card party at Vf. O. W. hall at 8 o'clock Tuesday. Kive hundred will be played. Prizes will be given for high score and a draw award will be made. Mrs. R. O. Chapman heads the arrangements committee. • • * Home From South Mrs. J. A. Rachal, 3308 Jewett avenue, has returned from Long Beach and Whlttler. She attended summer school at tho beach city and visited her mother In Whlttler. FRATERNAL For W. R. C. For the benefit of Hurlbut Woman's Relief Corps Mrs. J. D. Stewart, 824 K street, will entertain at a public card party Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. Five hundred will be played. Tt will be held on the lawn. Talrhes Tribe Talches Tribe, No. 154, Improved Order of Red Men, will meet tonight In regular session at 7:30 o'clock at K. of P. hall. D. E. Williams l» tho sachem. W. K. S. Meeting Hurlbut Woman's Relief Corps will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Memorial hall' with Mrs. Lena Baldwin presiding. Social Is to Be ' Held to Augment Fund for Church Muck j Mrs. Homer Ambrosier and her | daughter Carol of Kern Hiver oil | fields recently returned from Beach where they spent six weeks. 170It the benefit of the biitldiiiK -*- fund of First Christian Church an ice cream social will be held on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Holland, 331 C street, corner of Palm. A program will be presented. The public is invited. Flrtt— $1.00 Cluilic CrtOI Sictnd— $2.00 ClMiIni Cridit Tfclrd— 11.00 Cleinlni Credit Pllllt LMTID HfRIIN Will Bl AWMIOIO (OR WHAT W( JUWI TO 1C TN( MOfr AOl'IATf. TMt MWIIJ. AND THf MClfAjmMTIYI KXWT10NS MAIUO OK IIOUCMT TO US WtTNN fM DAYS FOUOWWC fVlll- IXriM OTTWJ AOVtKTl$CM(irr. OUHKATe AWAKM WKl It VAII TO TYINC (ONTiiTANTS. ANyiOftY, ucirr ou* IMPIOYII*. MAY coMnrt. IT it MOT NICISiARY TO MA»[ AWV PUkCHAtlS. Ufl TNI IOIM AIOVI.OK A UVMATI »M|IT. WRITl YOU* KAMI AW AODRISS of m iw ft/nu cwnsr FIRST CHI 11-tlltl Ulll. 202« ti Mrttl SECOND PHIZC—Mlu t«!lh f. AndriMii, 2102 K.nlrtMh THIRD PRI2E— Mrt M. W. KMllli. 40} ClMittr A>tnii> NEW CH/\«. •or ciw Nutiunal Association of Dv«rs and Cluantit-s .01 UNITIO ftlttTt* AMU CANADA \ 10JI CtGHTH ST. v PHONE 3SI' 8AKCHSFIELO, CAtlF. TN AT in Southern Pacific dining cars, i delicic luncheon or dinner like this costs only 804. THAT in roaches and tourisc sleeping cars on all through Southern Pacific trtins, we serve sandwiches /or 10r, coffee or milk for V, doughnuts for tOf, tomato juice for 10*. etc. Southern Pacific H. O. JOHNSTON, Agent. Phone 2100 C. N. SHACKELFORD, Traveling Passenger Agent Jeffricft-llntlinwny First Prcibyterlan Church iormod j the Retting of a beautifully uppulntcd • wedding ceremony at 1:30 o'clock I .Sunday when Miss Mercedca Nuoml I Jeffries, the daughter of C. C. .Tef- j frleK, 1914 Alta VlBta Drive, WUH wedded to JaniPH K. Hathaway of Compton. The Hev. John Murdoch, pastor of the church officiated. Vlacques of AVooOwardla ferns formed the /"background for lar^o baskets of gladioli, larkspur, delphinium, chrysanthemums and fern. Clusters of pink gladioli and white chrysanthemums were at each end ol the pew, forming a decorative aisle for the procession of the bridal party. Given In marriage by her father.' the bride was beautiful In a. gown ot white princess satin, made- with high neck, long sleeves and train. Tho full-length veil of white ttille was caught Into a cap trimmed with seed pearls and oranga blossoms. Hhe carried a shower of brides' rose-buds and lilies of the valley Hod with white chlfton ribbon brocaded with lilies of the valley. The matron of honor was Mrs. Joel Reynolds. She was dressed In a gown of aqua-marine blue lace with small crepe turban to match. She carried Talisman roses tied with matching satin ribbon. Miss Dorothy Tuttle of Alameda, Mrs. John Campbell and Mrs. Phil Hickox were bridesmaids. They wore gowns of chiffon in pastel shades of orchid, pink and yellaw, with matching- hats. They carried bouquets of Briarcllff roses and Dana Ellen and souvenir roses, respectively to match their costumes. The tiny flower girl, Gloria Jeanne Warner of Pomona, wore a long empire style dress of blue silk net over taffeta, tied with a bow of pale pink satin ribbon. She carried a basket lined with blue silk tulle and filled with pink rose petals. Tho best man was Phil Hickox and the ushers wero Dwight Jeft'i-les, brother of tho bride, K. I. Ilatlia- way, of Glendale and Clell,Hathaway of San Diego, brothers of the bridegroom. Mrs. Pearl Smith presided at the organ, playing the bridal chorus from Lohengrin as tho bridal entourage mado Its way to the altar. Miss Verna 1/lbby sang "I L.OVU You Truly" and "At Dawning." Kollowing tho ceremony which was attended by more than 100 guests, a reception was held in Westminster hall where the wedding group stood beneath an aroh of fernery. Refreshments were served from a beautifully appointed tiible. The hostesses included Miss Ida Jeffries, Mrs. \V. C. Sparks and Mrs. F. H. Chaplin, aunts of the bride, assisted by Mrs. O. C. Hathaway of Kscalon, mother of the bridegroom. Miss Jetfries was gowned In a navy blue frock trimmed with wlilto chiffon; she wore a corsage of while gardenias. Mrs. Sparks wore a gown of pussy willow crepe of autumn shades and it corsage of Souvenir roses and Peruvian lilies. Mrs. Chuplln was gowned in n gray chiffon dress trimmed with lace. Her corsapre was ot white gardenias. Mrs. Hathaway wore a figured chiffon gown with matching accessories. The brldo was graduated from the local schools and Lufkin's Business College. She is a member of Bak- ersfleld Chapter No. 125, O. E. S., and Delta Tlieta Tau sorority. Mr. Hathaway received, his high school instruction In Norwalk and Is an alumnus of Santa Barbara .State Teachers College'. At present ho is an instructor in r&dio at Compton Junior College. He Is affiliated with a scholastic fraternity, the Pi Sigma Chi, of which he Is president of the southern California group. Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway left by motor for points of interest in northern California and Oregon. / Out-of-town guests Included: Messrs, and Mesdames— O. C. Hathaway E. L. Warner (Escalon) (Pomona) K. J. Hatha-vvay Robert F.. Chaplin (Glendale) (T.o.i Angeles) Clell Hathaway .1. B. Roberts (San Diego) (Luton) B. H. Ramsay Kdwurd Can(Delano) field (Taft) Mesdames— Helen Philips f.eraldine (Ventura) Kllngensmith Chris Anderson I Long Beach) (Laton) Lnland Tuttle Clarence Ander- OAlameda) son (Coa.llnpa) John Kllngen- Jessio Colernan smith (Long (Bellflower) Beach) Misses— Dorothy Tuttle \PV.I Roberts (Alamedu.) CLaton) Marthaellen Broomfleld (Beverly Hills) .Mr. X. E. Price (Long Beach) Children— " Barbara June Shirley llatlui Phillips (Ven- wavfVen- tura) turn) Xaida Hatha- Ulorlu Warner may (Glen- (Pomona) dale) » 4 • Mrlir»tn»y.s to Move, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ii. MoUrat- ney will leave Friday to maku their home In San Luis Oblspo where Mr. .McBratney Is employed by tho Automobile Club of Southern California. Mrs . McBratney was Miss KaUierlne Faber before her marriage a few months ago. She Is iho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Faber. The young people will live on Maple street in San Luis Oblspo. From LOUR Dcnt'li Mrs. Percy C. Shannon and dii lighter Luanne have returned from Long Beach whcro they have been upending the summer. Mr, Shannon joined them week ends and the latter part of July for hla vacation. ! t 4* * At Giant Forest Mrs. Paul Clark Newell and her young son Paul Clark, Jr., are spending the week at Giant Forest. * * * Homo 1'Voni San Diego After a week's stay In San Diego, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Oillcsple have returned to their home. * » * South for nricf Stay Mrs. Margaret Sage left today for a few' days stay In the south. Druidesses Plan Homecoming Night Sunnier Circle No. 107, Order of Druidesses, will begin their regular meetings Thursday evening, August 27. All members are urged to be present an homecoming night will be observed. An annual report from convention will be read 'by Mrs. Eulalla Massey, first delegate. Doctor J'riesler will form a new glee club. Refreshments will be served in the banquet room. WOODCRAFT FEJE I OF SERIES Card Parly Attracts Guests; Prizes Awarded; Similar Event Next Saturday Neighbors of Woodcraft entertained at a card party Saturday night, tho event being the first of a series. It was held at the F, B. Spraguo home, 1205 Eighth street, and was attended by 40 guests. . William Bradshaw, candidate for judge of tho Superior Court, spoke briefly. Prizcu wero won by Mrs. Prancef AVtllow, Mrs. B. Slsson, F. Wllsoni Norman .Short, Mrs. Busier, draw and Mrs. Willow, traveling prize. The next party will bo hold Saturday evening at tho same place. There will bo no mooting of Sequoia Circle Tuesday night on account of tho primary election. Schilling RESCUED AT SEA HUNT1NGTON BEACH, Aug. :!4. (A. P.)—Kd Calb, 19, was rescued from an overturned sailboat 400 yards offshore Sunday by lifeguards who raced from their station • six miles awuy. f/avor/ash LEMONADE being served during the demonstration of M. C P. PRODUCTS Third and H Streets SEARS Tuesday And at t/>e same time... l»orn hew you ecm moki* f\tr», McoHMvl Old Fathionvd lemonade... without any mu*i or fuu...a> ten than Vt tfo ««•« of othor bovoragoi... by wing P. CANNED LEMON JUICE WllME-LEMONAID" Snapshots Easy With JIFFY KODAK Two quick steps get the picture with Jifl'y Kodak. Touch a button—pop, it opens! Touch another-—click, it snaps the picture! We haye two models: Hie Six-20 for $8, and Ihe Six-lG u( $9. Both are sturdy, compact, convenient to carry. See them today. KIMBALL & STONE Th» Particular Drtiggiiti Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakersfield, Calif. LUFKIN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE OFFICES NOW OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT Kroui 10:00,A. M. to 12:00 A. M. Full Term Begins Tuesday, September I We are recclvinpr more rails for office help than \vu can (111. Why not propuru yourself to fill one of positions? IMiono :)'4I Office, 1304 1, Street YOU MUST FKKI- KREU TO Call Upon Us for Aid and Sympathy in That Time of \ectl When Loved Ones Have Departed .,. C. FUCK.NOIMI Flickinger-Digier Chapel 1 Caskets .Are on IHsplay ^ Ilic C'osl of the Funeral Telephone 97 \ Hi-ions Priced Caskets .Are on Display \Vliicli (invorn tlic C'osl of the Funeral BIOIHBI NOODLE BOWL Chow Main, 25c Th« Beat In Town! Open, Lunch to Midnight AIR COOLED 1315 Twentieth St. Phone 4988.J Sun Kong Herb Co. CONSULTATIONS FREE Wonderful herbs for ullmenta of kidneys, liver, etc. Especially effective for all kinds of venereal diseases. Herbs offer Immediate relief. 2230 K Street, corner Twenty-third

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