The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 24, 1936 · Page 7
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THE BAKERSKIKLD CALIFOKNIAN, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, IM6 Jolly Picnic Is Enjoyed by Large Group; Degree Ceremony Held Forty members ' of Bakersfleld chapter, Order of Do Afolay, frolicked on Kern river yesterday In one of tho most successful open air parties held by the chapter. Huge quantities of food prepared by Darwin Clow and Leonard Turoskl disappeared as It by magic. Swimming Enjoyed Tho members met at tbo Alasonle temple early Sunday, and wont to The river In a group. Swimming was enjoyed by some while others played baseball or explored tho hills surrounding the picnic spot. As tho sun sank behind the hills, food was served. Then Master Councilor Charles Alooro took charge of tho degrco team, led them to a natural amphitheater where tho degree work was presented. " The five candidates who worked for their food and later took the degree work were Max Bay less, Jr., Bob Malouf. Herbert Malpuf, Philip Hartley and Gene Ross.' They will have tho Do Molay degree con> ferred upon them at a later date. Taft Group A number of guests, Taft De Molays, well known to the local boys, took part In the fun. They wore Julian Taylor a past master councilor '.of Taft chapter and Roy Montgomery, also a past master councilor, and Walter Singleton, past senior deacon. Members of tho Mothers' Club .were largely responsible for tho quantity and quality of the food, Including Airs. F. T. Turoskl, Mrs. W. AT. Stevens, Mrs. W. H Clow, Mrs. C. F. Aloore. Mrs. J. Cutrlght, Mrs. A. R. Tanner, Airs W. H. Holman and Mrs Catherine McBratney. Tho mothers also donated approximately 25 gallons of ieo cream. CULBERTSON HAS FIRE LOSS RIDOEFIELD, Conn., Aug. 24. (A, P.)—Fire, believed set by lightning, destroyed a barn and an automobile early today on tho estate of Ely Culbertson, Internationally famous bridge authority. Firemen estimated the loss was $20,000. Tho Culbertsons are In Europe. CHAFED SKIN Don't suffer needlessly! Apply toothing Resinol Ointment to quickly ttlicT* Ihi 4«fy termini and f more comfort to the tcndtr, rtddtotd .kin. LOCAL HOME ADJUDGED ONE OF "BEST FIFTY EP1RTH LEAGUE Event Will Be Held Tuesday Night at Trinity M. E. Church Lawn Members of Trinity Methodist Church Epworth League will entertain at an Ice cream social on Tuesday evening at 7:80 o'clock on the church lawn at the corner of Miles and King streets. Ico cream and cake will be served and a musical entertainment will be presented. Some of the best of local talent has been recruited for the program. Miss Frances Chesterman is chairman of the committee In charge. Proceeds of the social will be used to begin a fund to send delegates to tho High Sierra Kpworth League Institute to be held next summer. BRIDGE ItUU.DKR IHFS MILWAUKEE, Aug. 24. (A. P.)— John F. Jackson, 71, widely known In tho middle west as a bridge builder and civil engineer, died at his homo today. ; •rplIE home of Dr. and Mrs. H. d.< •*• ZImmor on tho southwest corner of Oleander avenue and Draccna streets, pictured here, has been ad- Judged as one of 50 recent California homes that excel in architectural character and charm. Tho award was made by "California Homes," a magazine which published In the August Issue tho picture of Doctor Zlmmer's residence, together with the other homes selected. Clarence CuIUmore, architect for the Doctor Zlmmer home, Is also In receipt of a communication from the American Trust Company of San Francisco, requesting the privilege of a reprint of the photograph of this particular house, announcing that they have placed It among the first 8 of the GO houses selected. The purpose of the selection of the 50 homes to bo shown in the California Homes magazine, It Is stated, Is to produce an authentic album of tho best modest California homes now being constructed. The Zlmmer home is Early California Monterey In character, deriving its inspiration from the old whaling station at Monterey. The local house was built In 1034 by Alva Hackney, general contractor. . DAY CEREMONY SET Local Native Sons. Daughters Invited to Pnrtic.ipiilo in Alninedn Fete. FINAL SUMMER SPECIALS Good Only as Long as Present Stock Lasts O'Keefe & Merritt's 1936 Feature Range Complete with Grillovator, non-clog round burners, hi-lo safely burners, .fully insulated oven, automatic control, non-lip oven racks, and every feature that makes a range new and modern. Regular $119.50. An Especial Bargain $0050 (We Have Five of These) t/c/ A slightly smaller range, with light standard, measured time clock, fully insulated oven, Iii-lo burners, automatic control, baked-on enamel, grillovator, etc. Regular $117.50. (We Have Four of These) $QQ50 For the bargain hunter, here is qnc. We have sold a lot of these—you'll like them. (We have six of these). 99 69 50 When these are gone there will he no more at these exceptionally attractive prices. Look these over before you buy. WE are complete Butane dealers, furnishing fuel, appliances, installation, storage containers and everything necessary for the use of Butane Gas. SASIA & WALLACE 2526 Chester Avenue Phone 1564 Picnic Meld at Kern River Park Largely Attended; Games Enjoyed A barrel of lemonade was ono of tho attractions Saturday when 250 members of tho Bible School at First Christian Church held their first an nual picnic at Kern River Park. Swimming, races, games, singing and a birthday party for U. E. Hall were among the features. llaces, Too Ball games for boys wore In charge of I. M. Rude and John Pcra. John Frlcssen headed the group responsible for the girls' game. Seldon Morley presided over the horseshoe court. Dinner was served basket picnic style at 6:30 o'clock. Meryl Sutliff promoted sack races and others for the Intermediate ago young people. Mrs. Ethel Cokor won a women's race and Mrs. Florence Agee, a costume contest. Mrs. Beth Wattcnbergor prepared the birthday cnke which greeted Air. Hall. The candles indicated only that he was "over 1C." A cash gift accompanied the cake from the picnickers, with instructions to buy whatever gift he most wanted. Oiit-of-Town Visitors Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clay Fry of New Jersey and Thomas Fry of Alabama, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson. Mr. and Afrs. Wllhlto of Los Angeles, parents of Leo Wllhlte, also attended. Tho general committee was comprised of Harry Wilson, Lee Wll- hile. Airs. Ray Walt and C. 13. Rawlins. Local officers of tha Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West have received Invitation to ntlond tho dedication of tho Alumcilu conn- tys now courthouse to he conducted by tho Native Sons and Daughters orders of that city. The ceremony Will also commemorate tho eighty- sixth anniversary of the admission of California Into tho union and many of tho 25,000 members of tho orders from all parts of tho stato will attend tho celebration, which will bo held from September 6 to September 9, Inclusive. Tliree-Dny Kvcnt Tho dedicatory Hervleos for thn new $2,000,000 courthouse will bo hold Sunday afternoon Ki>p.teinb«r at 'J p. m. with tbo Native Sons and Native Daughters of tho Golden West officiating. Tills ni«\v civic building Is situated on a Blto over Joking 1-nko Merrill and Is tho lat est addition to Oakland's civic center, which also comprises tho now United States post office, civli; au dltorlnm and exposition building. The tentative program for tho dedicatory ceremonies was an iiounccd by Chairman L. J. X.lmnior man and Co-Chairman Salllo U Thaler at the last meeting of tho joint -Alameda county Admlsslor day celebration committee and Is .as follows: Speakers at the ceremonies will bo AV. J. Hamilton, chairman o the Board of Supervisors of tin county; Mayor W. J. McCracken, J Hartley Russell, grand president o tho Native Sons of the Golden West Joseph H. Knowland, past grand president of tho Native Sons of tlv Golden West; Mrs. Florence U Boyle, grand president of llio Native Daughters of tho Golden West; Miss Sue J. Irwln, past grand presldcn of the Native Daughters of tin Golden West. Tho Invocation wll bo given by tho Rev. J. B. Orr, an< benediction offered by Heverein Monslgnor Gleason. Grand officer of both Native Sons and Natlv Daughters and city officials will b present at the dedication. Release Messages Just prior to the beginning of th ceremonies and as a fitting homag to the occasion, tho committee ha made arrangements with the racli pigeon club of Alameda county fo tho release of 2500 pigeons carryin winged messages of good will. Portugese Unit Will Entertain at Two-Day Fete Speaker Says Business, Professional Woman "Rest Equipped" for Maternity A TWO-DAY celebration Is planned next Saturday nnd Sunday by the U. 1'. T. K C., locnl 1'or- .society, at Kitinlmw Onr- 4 miles south of nukcrxrield on Union avenue. Opening with a dance Saturday night, the affair will feature a barbecue on Sunday, with dtim-ing In the Afternoon and eveninK. The public in invited. In charge of the ovciit are tho officers of the Union of I'rotu- trucsc Protectors, Mrs. Mnmicl Marks, president; Mrs. O. W. Koote, secretary, nnd Mrs. Victor Mnclindo, treasurer. THROWN FROM IIORSI1 HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 24. (A. P.)— thrown from his horse In it Ktorpln- •huso, Philip MnelJonald, 40, film vrltor, wns In a rHtlcnl condition rainy nt Santo. Monica Hospital. Ho Buffered a brain ennriiNslon when ils mount stumbled on a liurdln yes- onlay. M»«orliilri/ I'mt Leaned IVIrr) Aug. '-'I.- Mrs. IVrclllii Lawyer Randolph, of l,os Angelon, president of the National Association of Women LnwyorH, bo- B OSTON, Aug. '-'I.- Mrs. IVrclllii law partner, warned business and i -,,,-,•,i,. i•,,,,,i,,i,,i, ,.<• i r, u A.,, professional women not to loan their femininity. "Girls and women should not try I to Imitate, men or npponr too llovos i.ho uvonigo liiiHlncnn or MuphlsUcatod or hard," sho added, professional woman Is the "beat , ,\ woman engaged In tho practice mentnlly for bearing flno 1 of law, sho assorted, "has almost as children," she wild today. I much time with her children as & "They should not deny IhcniselvoH j society woman." the right of motherhood," sho said Sho attributed tho "rush for enl- In an Interview IIH the thirty-seventh in-led positions nnd careers by anniinl coin-cut Ion opened. , women to spare tlmo find unspent Mrs. Randolph, whoso sun Is her ! enorgv." L. A. Home Owners Loaned$83,152,148 (Aitoclatctl I'mi* Lcaicd Wire I LOS ANGKLKS, Aug. 21.— Tho Homo Owners' Loan Corpora I Ion had advanced $8S,I62,T48 to .10,321 residents of Los Angeles county, It was announced today. Tho human .low generates an elec- trlo cuiTPiit In eating. Temblor Recorded at Georgetown U. WASHINGTON, Aug. 24.—Oeorga- town University today reported recording a severe earthquake yenter- day. it began at 4:31:33 p. m., eastern standard tlmo, reached maximum Intensity at 4:62 and ended at 8 p. m. Thn distance wits estimated at 9.100 ml Ion. It was probably In th» southeast Pacific, the university said. Townsend Stakes All oi^California (Associated I'rcis Leased Wii-c) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 24.— L>r. Francis K. Townscnd's old ago pension organization today staked its political strength In the elderly founder's own state on the outcome of tomorrow's California congressional primary. Victory for Townsend endorsed candidates In 13 of the state's 20 congressional districts was predicted by E. J. Margelt, state manager for tho organization, Tho outstanding test is admittedly In the third district where Sheridan Downey, personal attorney for Dr. Townsend, Is running against Repro- Hcntatlvo Frank H. Buck for the Democratic nomination. Townsend leaders have called for the defeat of Buck, who they have declared an outstanding opponent of their organization. Of the 3,096,829 registered voters. 1,783,028 arc Democrats and 1,198,550 Republicans. James Gleasons Wedded 30 Years I (Associated I'rcut Leased Wire) HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 1M.—Thirty j years ago, In Oakland, two players j in small stock companies visited u minister. Ho made them Mr. and | Mrs. James aietinoii. | | More than 300 of the film colony , i congratulated "Jimmio' and "Lou" i yesterday on their matrimonial sue- i ' cess. ! Dolores del Rio III; in Hospital (United /'ro.'M Leaned Wire) HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 24. — Dolores Del IIlo was under observation in a hospital today after being stricken ii ml transferred to an ambulance en route lo a film studio Friday. It was feared the film actress was stricken with appendicitis. Dr. Charles Graves said sho would remain. under observation several more days. jor belter biscuits Schilling • ! GUITARS Small I'aynients PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY 1512 Nineteenth St. HELP Warm bath with Cuticura Soap greatly soothes and benefits. Then apply Cuticura Ointment-effective treatment i and medication for local irritations. Try i it tonight. 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