The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 26, 1936 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, August 26, 1936
Page 3
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THE BAKGRSriELD CAL1FOUNIAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 193« News Reported From West Side Communities Fellows Lodge in . Instruction Meet FELLOWS, Auff. 26.—Mrs. Harley •Williamson of Lost Hills, district deputy president of district 36, conducted a school of instructions at a meeting; of Samaritan Tlebckah lodge of Fellows Monday night In the Odd Fellows hall. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. CJust Johnson, noble ( grand. An attendance contest Is to begin on Monday night, September 14, and continue until the end of the term of office. The captains for this contest are Mesdames Alvln Kathbern and Herman Smith. The contest is to begin with a school day party on September 14. Each member Is to dress as a school kid and bring their lunch. All visiting members will be cordially welcomed. The .following anniversary proclamation committee was appointed, McsdamcB Alvln Kathbern, Joe Irwin and J. F. Kavanagh. A few words were heard from Sir. and Mrs. Ii. Newcom of Compton, former members of the Fellows lodge. Harlcy Williamson, past district deputy grand master of district 75 of Lost Hills apoke, as well as Mesdames Edith Anderson and L. A. Calloway of Bakersfleld. A few words were also heard from the Tttft members present. At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served in the banquet room by the hostesses, Mesdames W. L. Walker, Herman Bmlth and H. L. Barneburg. «« > HOUSEWIVES MEET TAFT, Aug. 26.—The first fall meeting of the Housewives League of the West Bide will take place ^Thursday, September 3. This will be an all-day meeting with an al fresco luncheon at noon. This will also be revealing day when the secret Housewives friends will be revealed. Maricopa Personal News MARICOPA, Aug. 26.—Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Hosser and son Thomas and daughter Ruby loft recently for a two weeks vacation on tho coast. They left for Plsmo early Wednesday. Thomas Hosser who left June 0 for Miami, Arizona, to pass tho summer with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Boxer, returned to join his parents on their vacation. Mr. Rosser Is foreman at tho General Petroleum pumping station at Pentland. J. R, Anderson accompanied by business associates from T.OH Antr"- les, left Saturday for a five-day trip to Emblem, Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Noblo returned to their homo during the week after a two months vacation on tho coast. Mr. Noble Is Instructor In athletics at Maricopa schools. RADIO BAND COMING TO AVENUE Dill Fleck directing his orchestra B ILL FLECK and his orchestra, have been engaged by Manger L. E. Nanco of the Union Avenue Plunge ballroom to appear Thursday and Saturday nights this week and next. Fleck and his musicians havo Just returned from an .extended tour of the •west4rn states where they have been playing to capacity crowds everywhere. Whllo appearing In Ogden, Utah, during the famous Frontier Days celebration at the White City ball- room, they established a new box office record when they played to 6000 admissions. Bill Fleck's many appearances havo endeared him to the hearts of the dance lovers and a' huge crowd Is expected to greet him tomorrow night for -what is expected to be the dancing event of the summer season. Among the soloists with the Fleck organization will toe Sam Lavlnc, Ben Brown, tho Fleck trio nnd others. Youth Meet Well ! Received in Taf t TAFT. Aug. 2(1.—The youth meeting of the Townscnd movement, | held In Blue Moon hall Monday evening, was well attended by both old and young. Charles Hclser Introduced Mies Francos Hanson of Alhambra, ono of^ho youngest speakers of the youth movement, Mlsa Hanson strtHSed the number of young people being graduated from the schools and umiblo to find employment, particularly along the linos they have fitted themselves. More than one million young people are graduated each year, nho said. The benefit to bo derived by them from the Townsoiul \>lan, sho declared, would bo the taking of all people over 60 off pay rolls, giving employment to younger men and women with those patit 60 to ro- celvo $200 per month, which sum Is -to bo placed in circulation within 30 days. Townsend Meet to Be Held Thursday TAFT, Aug. 26.—The Taft Townsend Club No. 1 will meet In regular session Thursday at 7 o'clock In the Blue Moon hall at the county yard. President Trask requests a full attendance as Important business IB to bo cared for. The following Taft club members attended a special meeting at the homo of Mrs. Phlla Fox at Bakersfield recently: Mr. and Mrs. William Keeler, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Trask, Mrs. Elizabeth 13e Long. Several members wero present from two Bakersfleld clubs. A mass meeting during September was discussed and a committee named to arrange tho meeting place. A barbecue will be provided free to all attending. Speakers of renown will bo prespiit. 4- Station Agent Is Early Riser When Danger Threatens (Rpfdal to The (7n«/orn<nn I 'TUFT, Aug. 26.—S. K. Peck, stu- tion agent for the Sunset Railway Company, is In tho habit of rising early every day, but is not accustomed to turning out at 2 o'clock in the morning. However, he did this morning when a woman driver crossing the Sixth street railway tracks, knocked off a switch and then, losing control of her car, star led into Peek's back .yard. Headlights of the car, rapidly approaching the sleeping porch on which Peck was sleeping, brought the station agent to his feet in a big hurry and it was some time before he again attempted to do nny Bleeping. Aside from injury to the switch and the automobile, the damage was nominal. FELLOWS FELLOWS, Aug 26.— Mr. and Mrs. Melvtn Smith i-nU baby son loft Saturday for "J'osomlto for two weeks' outing. They wero accompanied by Mr. Smith's mother and sister. Mrs. Frank Smith and daughter' Hazel of Taft. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elder and children havo returned home after a week's vacation 'spent at Santa Monica. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Brownfleld have returned homo after a two weeks' fishing trip at Quaking Aspen camp near Camp Nelson. The Reverend and Mrs. Calvin C. Hartman of tho Church of Christ are announcing tho arrival of an 8-pound nnd 13-ounce daughter, Marilyn Jean, at tho Kern General Hospital Saturday afternoon. This la the first child In tho family. POt COMPUTE SAPITV FOR COMPLETE VINTILATION NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES, built the Chevrolet way, are the greatest safety factor known to motoring. Fast-acting, smooth, positive, they make street and highway safe for you and for others. FOR COMPUTE OVERHEAD PROTECTION THE SOLID STEEL one-piece TURRET TOP a fortress of safety— eooler in summer—warmer in winter— the crowning beauty of a modern car. FOR COMPLETE COMFORT The only way to get complete motoring satisfaction is to get a complete car . . . and Chevrolet is the only low- priced car that has all these modern advantages CHEVROLET GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION scoops in cool air on hot days—ends drafts— prevents clouding of windshield. FOR COMPLETE OPERATING EFFICIENCY Chevrolet's IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE*—gives the world's safest, smoothest motoring. HIGH-COMPRESSION. VALVE- IN-HEAD ENGINE-has no rival for outstanding performance, economy and all-round efficicncv. FOR COMPLETE DRIVING EASE n, and iittjttl la ctan«* without nolle*. Cintrtl Uaun /lUMQnunl Plan monthly paj'nwiM tt tutt your purtt. CHEVROLET MOTOR COUPANT, DETROIT, MICHIGAN SHOCKPROOF STEERING*-pre. rents steering wheel vibration—makes driving as easy as riding. VALLEY CHEVROLET 2129 Chester Avenue CO. Buy in This Advance Sale of FUR FASHIONS TROTTEURS STROLLERS SWAGGERS in Buv PICTURED BELOW Lupin Kltch Ermine Squirrel Caracul Kid 3 kin Persian Lamb Squirrel Lock Japanese Weajsel \ SALE that brings you distinguished fur fashions you'll find it advantageous lo buy now. Specially selected and matched furs. Every model new,* authentically styled and quality that is backed up by the Brock guarantee. Choose your fur coat now and buy il on Brock's easy budget plan. Squirrel Lock Swagger 9119.75 49 M ,. $ 598 SEE THE WINDOW M BROCK'S FASHION FLOOR Mere our through, air-rnnditioned Pullmans turn toward Mexico. NOG ALES Gateway to a civili ration centuries old. GUAYMAS An emerald green bay «rb reflects red mountains. Sup deep-sea fiahing and a luxurious new hotel, I'laya de Cortes. NAVOJOA The Indians who inert the train sell beautiful sarapts for a song. MAZATLAN Coeotmu palms and tropical surf. Afari- achi serenades. TIPIC Here start the barrancai,a truly exciting train ride. GUADALAJARA V'lowers everywhere. Fine pottery and bubble MEXICO CITY End of the line; beginning of many interesting tours to nearby wonders. Time to visit MEXICO! Early Fall in Mexico if delightful. Everything it fresh and clean after the summer taint. Our low summer fares wilt be in effect unlit the fifteenth of October. (You can leave as late as Oct. 15 and you have 30 days to get back.) Southern Pacific has through air-conditioned Pullmans from Los Angeles to Mexico City via Mexico's West Coast. En route on the train you'll have a ringside seat at a thousand miles of new, adventurous sights. (See map at left.) for a beautiful, di luxe booklit about Mexico with large map in full color, lend 25e in ttanpt or coin to F. S. tAcG'mnit, 65 Market Street, San Praitciico. MEXICO CITY AND BACK $ 83'° Leave my day from HOW until Oct. 15. Return limit 30 days. Go one way on our Well Coait Route, one way on the National Railwayi of Mexico, if you like. Southern Pacific H. D. JOHNSTON, Agent. Phone 2800 Q. N. SHACKELFORD. Travellnn Paesenger- Agent Phone 6300

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