The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 27, 1936 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, August 27, 1936
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10 THE RAKRRSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1936 Native Dmiflhlrrs, Sons Arc' nl Work on 1'hins for Local Oivmoiiy To plan * rolcbrntlon romiwmornt ing Cull Corn In'B MRhly plxlli blrihdn.v, I »hr AdmlBBloM diiy committee nf Na-; tlvr DmiphtiTH n ml Xntlvr SOIIH of ' IMP Ooldon W«'Kt nml Hi" lilnlory and I laiiclmnrlig oomniltn-fH of tin- lornl pnrlorn convened •Wednesday night nt Ilic home of Mrs. Ona Moffctt, -' I* ulrrot. The triulltlnnnl foli» will tnko t)ti> 1'orm hero September 8 of n bonr fine presentation nt tbr courthoiw nnd will be held In the evening If lighting ciui l«> arranged. If not, I! will bo nn afternoon pvpnt. Ileni-CHentlng the Natlvp Snn* nn the two commlttei-n iiro Hal ItannlK- Icr and I'nrl l^ulck. Mm. Moffi-tt nnd Mian Sadie (Mendenen nro nn th«> history and InnilnmrkH nnd Admin- Blon dny i-ominllteeH from the Nn- llvp Daughter!*. Attending ln«t night'* aewlcin iilno WHK M!«H ISdnu May Hobnon, pant president. niRTHDAYK COME IN I'AIKS 11ARTIN8 KEKUY, Ohio, Aug. 27. (U. P.>—Nancy Davis iinil Jlininy Wa/Jsell celebrated their llth birthdays on the sumo dny. Their mothers observed birthday*.on tho mime, day, exactly one month earlier. W. C. T. U. to Pick Leaders at Meet Here Wednesday U LECTION of officers will he held when Krnnrrs Willard t'nlon. W. C. T. I!, holds its an- nunl meotinR Wrdncmlay from 2 to .1 o'rlork nl First Connre|{B- tlonal Church. Annual report* will be linked for by Mrs. \V. J. Srhullz, president. A county convention in whed- tiled for September 10 nil dny in Taft. The southern California sluto convention will he entertained in nakcmfield In October. SOCIAL SOCIETY 2000 Realtors to Meet Next Oct. 7 IAttnrialrii I'rrm //ronrrt U'(rr) I,OK ANGELES, Aug. 27.—Two thousand reiil estate delegates from rnllfornlii, Arlzonn, Npvndn, Utnli. Oregon und Washington iirp expected nt tho thlrty-HCeoml nnniinl state ronventlon of the (California Kenl IC«Inte Association opening hero October 7. 1000 MKN IIAHVHST CHOI' SANTA HARUARA, Aug. 27. (A. p.)—Nearly a thousand men will bn went Into the tomato harvest work next week In Santa Barbara, Ventura nnd Sun Luis Oblspo counties. JWPA UniNflinld Workers to! del ('.crlifirali'.s Friday ! as First ('.lass i j rrepnriitloim wi-rn completed to- j dny for the Informal ceremony at I which 12 women will receive their 'certificates from \VPA household '• worlu-F'M 1 training center on Krldny morning "I Ltidden hull IIM u mark of siirpeHsfiil completion of nn eight- I wed; cniii'Mn. All of the women, who i wen* forni'Tly unemployed, step Into • Jobs tomorrow with two of them ! already nl work. MTH. Helen Wlghliruin Simmons of Sun Francisco, nt.nte counHf-lor su- pervlsor. arrived here todiiy nml will j present the certlcates tomorrow. Mrs. HtcJIn Ting, director of ih •• ' school, will preside. Mrs. Simmons WHH enthusiastic to: day In pralan of Mrs. Ting's work j nnd the success of the center. "Tho glrln have made fine progress In the household skills and 1 am very prouil of this first class," she said. "In the expectation of getting a second class organized, wo aro now recruiting Interested girls and women. Any girl or women Interested In the training may now nmko application for the second class at tho AVJ'A office through Mrs. Koso Arm- brustor, supervisor." FASHION HITS - AI WARDS LOW PRICES Tnrris-Dnvey Nuptials Miss Isabfil Tarrls. 531 Cypress street, and Harold W. Davey, 627 Heech street, were united In marriage by Father Franklin Fogorly. at Kt. Anthony Mission, Long Beach, on August '2ti. They were attended by Mlsn Nolllo A~mes and M. Hare, of that city. Mrs. IJavoy selected for her wedding outfit, a white twill sport suit, and wore navy blue accessories. Her corsage was of palp pink Cecil Hruner rose biidH. The hrldn was honored with a miscellaneous wedding shower shortly before her mnrrlaKc. Tho date of tho wedding however, was not disclosed nnd was a surprise to local friends. Moth young people attended grammar and high school together In this city, the bride being n. native of link- ernfleld. Mr. Dnvey is employed by the Kern Hock Company. After spending M short honeymoon at Cat- iillnn Island Mr. nnd Mrs. Davey will live at 910 Seventeenth street. Sorority Sluitlnjc Party Sigma Chapter of Delta Thcta Chi Sorority enjoyed a bicycling party through the city Wednesday evening, going Inter to Drink o' Link for refreshments. The sorority wan recently organized at Hotel El Tejon with Miss Marian Pcalrs as tho director of education and cultural Interests and Mrs. J. K. Thrasher as patroness. Members Include: Missed— Kntherlne Bass Florence Moore Betty Kcays Imelda Holtzman Juanlta Kennedy Thelma Land- st rom Oenevleve Mlllw For Kay Johnson An attractively dren's party terday from appointed chil- was presided over yes- 4 to 0 o'clock by Mrs. Krli: Johnson, 605 H street, celebrating tho third birthday anniversary of her daughter Kay. Tho hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Paul Matlock and by Mrs. .1, K. Johnson and Mrs. Clinton Fowler. Other adult guests were Mes- dnmes Walter Burke, H. V. Orayson, A. (',. Nowland, Fred Jansen and Misses Heather Moon 'and Jeanne JIallsled. An exquisite centerpiece of roses and baby asters, combined with rainbow tapers, established the pastel color scheme, expressed also In Individual birthday cakes, nolsemak,- ers and favor animals. Before the departure of tho guests, a three- course supper was served. (,'hlldron bidden Included: Bobble Jones Barbara Atwood Donna Lee Grayson Janet Nowland Martin Petersen Bill Burke Winifred Hcston Rene Miller Charlene Headstrom Clinton Fowler, Jr. Richard Penn- Ington New Patricia Portwood Mary Heiner Charlotte Myers Dlna Frances- conl Mary Mother- Kail Peggy Kurz Garnet Miller Uculah Offul Opal Waters m Go "High Hut S«« How tilrl. *»> The Price at Wordi/ Crowns, trimmings and brim* -all climbing high in Parii- intpired felts ana velvets I teo* Farewell Party In honor of their niece, Miss Lu etta Penrose, who Is leaving for her omo In Nowberg, Ore., Tuesday, Mr. nd Mrs, Vern David of Kern River >ll fields cnteralned at a party last venlng. A shower of farewell gifts was presented. Attending,' in addl- lon to the honorec. were: Messrs, and Mesdames— Clyde. David Wesley David l!urrel Hanvllle Lester David Misses— Lucille Penroso Thelma David Messrs.— Herbert Rose (Lemoore) Children- Spencer David Shirley Hnnvlllc Verna David for SP° r Thelma Scott On Sixth Anniversary For her son, Sam, ago 6 years, Mrs. Burton Glllesple, U17 Monela avenue, Rlvervle^v, entertained at a birthday party recently. Appointments were made In a color scheme of pink and yelloy. Prizes In games went to Howard Abbott and Betty Evans. Refreshments wera served during the later hours. Attending were: Shirley Gay My- Johnnie Shaw ors Junior Sorcl Betty Jo Fenwlck Bobble Doylo Cozy Dean GIllcs- Ruth Doylo plo Billy Roussel Barbara Roussel Aurora Bertola- Betty Evans chnl Joyce Myers Ima Fields Donna Glllesple Jlmmle Boyce Patsy Koussel Roy Payno Geneva Stewart Theodore Sorcl I na Ray Band! James Doyle Lela Bertolachlnl Charles Doyle Stella Lynch Harold Abbott Quenttn Steward Ray Lynch Bobble Boyce Samuel Glllesple Virginia David Opal Hanks Wayne Martin BEHELSEPT.25 Styles for Men nnd Women to Be Shown; Delta Thcta Tun Sorority Sponsor Men and boy models as well as feminine mannlklns will display sports wear when the Harry Coffee Store presents a fashion show for Delta Theta Tau sorority September 25. The Interesting function held at Woman's Club hall,^ probably beginning at 8 o'clock. Entertainment Is being planned along with the showing of men's and women's sports and street wear. Plans for tho revue were launched last evening when members were entertained at the home of Mrs. James Arp, corner of Third and I streets. Miss Helen Olson presided. Members Include Mesdames Harry Llbby, William Heston, Chester James, Sim Dunham, Jr., Ashley R. Walker, John Campbell, Joel Reynolds, James Arp, Jr., Emery Ben son, Edward S.Weat, Everett Holmes, Dwlght Jeffries, Guy Yeatts, Walter Smith, Glen Stow, Elmer Goertz, Leonard Thompson, Lester Frlck Phil Hlckox, Edward Canfleld, Ed Wolfe, Harold Taber, Bernard Sasla Donald Brown; Misses Edythe Ban- dettlni, Naomi Barrett, Peggy Smith Margaret Bishop, Helen Olson, Mary Tyson, Martha Ellen Broomfleld Oeraldlne Hall, Allco Heber, Verna Llbby, Mercedes Jeffries, Botly Branch, Margaret Shaffrath, Louise Hall and Marjorle Collins. • « » London Scores Tax Act and New Deal (Contlnuet From Page One) Pentalpha Club I to Meet Tuesday I to Resume Work TN THE vanguard of orgnnizn- lions resuming fall meetings is Pcntalphn Club of Security Chapter, O. E. S. which will meet Tuesday, September 1, at Henlc Park at 12:30 o'clock for a politick picnic. Mrs. Lloyd Frame will preside. Participants arc being requested to bring their own table service. Hostesses ',wlll be Mrs. Agnes Ilummich an'd Mrs. Roberta Anderson. All Wool/ Amazing of • Turn-down collars, crew necks! Fancy weaves. Rich Fall colors. Sizes 34 to 40. Carol David Marie David Don David The * . 1S Buy Acme Beer in Keglet or in th« ntw "Steiniei". Handy, compact containers — easy to take home —a pleasure to serve. Distributor BOHEMIAN DISTRIBUTING CO. Phone 731 1129 Nineteenth Street Bakerifleld 0 n»Y ' ' ' v»» v o*W a " *' **** ' t * V B\a<*- MATCH or MIX BLOUSES Ptannel, Twe«4 SKIRTS £{!*&>•' ^'fi y < Make up your own outfits—it costs so little at Wardsl Crepe, satin, taffeta blouses. Button-front, gored and pleated skirts. &! Tailored and Dresty Col I on* That Look like 1.98 !C Sparkling prints with novelty trims, wooden buttons and shirrings! New Princess lines I Tub- fast. 14 -20; and 38 to 52. THE PIANO Loved by Young and Old, by Rich and Poor, by Every Race, Color and Creed. Nothing Yet Has Been Devised to Take Its Place. Your Home Is Not Complete Without a Piano. Hupps Homo After si vacation of several weeks, during which thej' Journeyed by motor and train as far north as Can- ndn, Mrs. Leo Rapp and her son, Don Ray Rapp, 414 Pacific street, have returned to their home. Mr. Rapp Joined them at Roscburg for fortnight, preceding them home. Mi a. Rapp and her son left June 27, and spent some time In Spokane with Mrs. Rapp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Henry. Tho remainder of the vacation was enjoyed In San Francisco, Portland, Spokane. Canada, Kverett and Seattle. They arrived home this morning. » * » Return to College / Robert and Carl Russell, sons of Mrs. Myrtle B. Russell. 115 Eighteenth street, returned to Berkeley recently to resume studies at the University of California. Robert Russell, who has n degree in civil engineering, will study for his mas- tor's degree this year. He spent most of tho summer engaged In research work for the university at Berkeley. Carl Russell enters his third year of university work, also majoring In civil engineering, Visiting the Wetterliolms Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wetterholm, 1930 Third street are entertaining several house guests who arrived recently from the east. In the group aro Mrs. 13. A. Wetterholm of Red Oak, Iowa and her son, Harold, of Grand Rapids. Mich, and Iver Axelson of Red Oak, who arrived yester- dany and illHS Flora Welterholm, who has been hero some time. The guests made the trip by motor. * • * Lcnve on Trip Mrs. M. E. Qulncy and her son, j R. L. Qulncy, 2000 Twentieth street, left today on a two months' motor trip which will take them as far east as Denmark, Maine, Mrs. Qulncy's former home. They will stop at Salt Lake, Chicago and other cities en route and will return by way of the southern state. They plan to attend the Texas Centennial. * • • Bark From South Miss Dorothy May Gibson has returned from a sojourn In the south. Ing mainly on those with Incomes of $25 a week or less has increased 25 per cent during the three years of the present administration. They aro paying far more than their rightful share of the cost of government. "Today the administration is spending money for almost every conceivable thing. "It is spending even for the necessary things In ways which we cannot afford—In reckless ways which are beyond our means—which would never appear to anyone who has had to work for his money—and to anyone who has had to face the problem of making both ends meet to anyone who has had to see to It that his bills get paid." Four Principles The nominee set forth four principles of government finance—"The government must guard and pre serve Us source of Income . . . must make sure It gets a dollar's worth for every dollar It spends . . . must not get In'the habit of spending more than it receives . . . must prepare for the rainy day." Alfonso's Son in N.Y.Hospital 111 (Associated l^rcsn Treated Wire) NEW YORK, Aug. 27.—Alfonso Do Borbon, Count of Covadonga and erstwhile heir to the Spanish throne, was reported resting comfortably today nt the Columbia Presbyterian medical center where he was rushed last night after Buffering a hemorrhage. Dr. Antonio Valenti and Dr. Louis 'Ruffoloa of the hospital staff, said the count was In no danger and that the hemorrhage was slight. The Count Is a sufferer from Hemophilia, a condition which causes Its victims to bleed excessively from the slightest wounds, The disease Is common to male do scendants of the Ilapsburg Ballon berg lino, and is transmitted through the women of thai family who, however, are not affected. Tho count was married in June 1933, to Edelmira Sampedro Y Ro bato, daughter of a Cuban mer chant, for whom he renounced his •Ights to the Spanish throne. Marital difficulties led to his ftl ng a suit for annulment a fev weeks ago, only to have his wlfi lontest the action and demand $25i a week alimony and $25,000 counse fees In a counter suit. FRATERNAL Air Race N. Y.-Paris to Honor Lindbergh (Anaociatcil PrcKf Leaned Wire) PARTS. Aug. 27.—Air Mlnlste Pierre Cot, in a. telegram to the con ventton of the International Aero nautlc Federation at Warsaw, toda> announced an air nice from Nc\ York to Paris on the tenth annlvci sary of Colonel Charles A. Lint' bergh's famous flight—May 21, 1931 Organizers of tho race hoped to nt tract at least 20 racers. It was hoped the famous aviator himself would come to l.e Bourgcl Field to greet the winner. TWOfLEGATES .'o Attend National Session Slutctl for Sacramento September 5-7 Mi's. Cleetls Armlstcad and Mrs. lac Rodfern, president, were named s delegates of Theta Tau Theta »or- rlty to a national convention at lotcl Senator, Sacramento, Septem- er 5 to 7. National Officer Others who will attend Include Ilss Frances St. Clalr, Miss Mar,- oi-Io Marmaduke and "Miss Wllma Vagoner. Miss Wagoner is the nn.- lonal Hecretary, having been elected o that office last year In Oakland. , Tho next local meeting, will be September 9 at a place to be selected at or. Members were entertalnd last, veiling at the homo of Mrs. A. H. Nelson, 2000 Buena Vista. Loral Roster Members Include Mcddames <Yances Bacheller, Irving Burr, '"loyd Parish, 1.. S. Richards, Fenton Young, Walter Muller, George W. Preino, Jr.. Ben Brundagc, Frank Sclmmblln, L. C. Murphy, A. n. Nelson, Uao Ucdfcrn, D. S. Strlcttlln, J. D. Wharton, William Langford and the Misses Lilabcl Hancock, Frances St. Clalr, Reglna Stevenson, Mary Helen Glasgow, Doris Walters, Elizabeth Painter, Athene Stevenson, AVilma Wagoner, Lois Bergsten, Margaret Williams, Verna Croson, Marjorle Marmaduke, Elizabeth McGinn, Annette O'Shaughnessy, Charlotte Cutshall and Irene Degan. TO HOLD PARTY For the benefit of tho Southern Pacific Baseball Club a card party will be sponsored August 29 at I , oclock at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson, 1010 Thirty-third street. A small admission charge will bo made. SORE STOMACHS DUE TO GASTRIC HYPERACIDITY • Tender and inflamed, scorched by acids. Burning with pain, gnawing appetite, but such a penalty paid lor gratifying it I What a picture! And howunncces«ary,ih»nkito VON'S PINK TABLETS TM» preserlDtlnn «t olir« >ttrt! to co»t IrritlUd mil ersnulaled Mirf«res. lo «oolh« tnflamtd Itmnaoli mrmhranes. to mull pMn unit to quiet nius«a. With such protection Niturt e»Mrtt lUrt.i the hcillnB process. Tlirei dujrl, usulllj and you know and feel all this bajwenlnz. Aik about guarantee. Not on lali at drug Itorel. Oil or Writ, for FREE BOOKLET "THE PROBLEM OF THE SUFFERER" LOS ANGELES VON CO.. 3555-A WlllWra Blvd.. L. A. Phone FEdtral 5734.-Adv Lodge to Meet Vast Pooahontascs of Lackawanna Council Degree of Pocahontas will meet at tho home of Mrs. Maude Chapman, 252 Lincoln street, Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Elizabeth Tlbbetts will preside. D. of V. Meeting Daughters of Union Civil War Veterans wlll meet Friday evening tit 8 o'clock in Memorial hall. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Nellie Broome. vice-president, will conduct the session. PRICES AND TERMS TO SUIT YOUR INCOME Don C. Preston Nineteenth and H Street LEMONADE being served during the demonstration of M. C P. PRODUCTS Union Ave. A |J A V |$TA MARKET f BJ AND Friday MITCHELL'S NO. 4 And at the same time. .. MCP,' 1 UMHIMCH | Learn how you can make Pure, Healthful, Old Fashioned lemonade... without any muis or leu than *A the cost of other beverages... by uiing CANNED LEMON JUICE WLlME-LEMONAID" /^a r' Beautiful Permanent Waves! Complete With a Positive Guarantee! -OX Special $1.95 ^ Amber Oil... $2.95 Imperial . . . $5.00 Montgomery Wara Shampoo, Rinse and P»A« Finger Wave «JUC Finger Wave, Arch or OC*» Manicure OUt WILD ROSE BEAUTY MILK, THE IDEAL POWDER BASE 75c Enjoy the Cool Comfort of Our Air-Cooled Shop LeRov Gordon Beauty Salon 1729 Nineteenth Street Phone 5605 5««#5S««5«=S?««««S»»««««S5«J^^ INCLUDING EXAMINATION ON EASY PAYMENTS No Money Down A WEEK NO INTEREST OR EXTRAS H. LIONEL KLAKOFF, 0, 0, OPTOMETRIST 1508 NINETEENTH ST.. UAKEUSF1ELD LUFKIN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE OFFICES NOW OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT From 10:00 A. M. to 13:00 A. M. Fall Term Begins Tuesday, September 1 We are receiving more calls for office help than we can fill. Why not prepare yourself lo fill one of these position*? Phone 321 Office, 1304 L, Street Cash for Old Gold Do Not Sell to Stranger* Wickersham Co. NlnittiMh and "Eyt" Strtiti GRUNOW rUfrigerators—Radios JOHN R. HUFF Phone 2420 1682 Chester Avsnui

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