The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 31, 1936 · Page 3
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Bakersfield, California
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Monday, August 31, 1936
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THE ItAKKRSKlELD C'ALIKORNIAN, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 193G COMMUNITY NEWS MOJAVE LIBRARY GE1SNEW Librarian Returns to Work After Vacation Spent in Los Angeles MOJAVE, AUK. 31.—Mrs. Thelma Stewart, librarian of the Mojave Branch of tho Kern County Free Library has just returned from a two .weeks' vacation spent in IJOH Angeles and vicinity. During her absence tho library was In charge of Mrs. Joy Kolley. This Is tho first summer tho library has been kept open during tho librarian's vacation since its establishment which was about 26 years ago. Mrs. Stewart reports that tho following books are now available on the" library shelves. "Tho Doctor," Rlnehartf "Jamaica Inn," De Maur- ler; "Cosmopolitans," M a n g 1 h; "Green Pastures," Connolly; "Mod ern American Poetry," Untermeyer; "Essays in Appreciations," Sowes; "Modern British Poetry," Unter meyer; "Toscanlnl," Stejonl; "In- culsltor," ^Wilpole; "Round the World in Eleven Years," Abell "Woman Alive," Erts; "Old Jules," Sandez; "Mutiny on tho Bounty," Nordoff-Hall; "Finclis' Fortune," De la Roche; "White Oaks of Jama," De la Roche; "Monogram," Stern; "Tears Aro So Long," Lawerence; and "Skin'Dcep," Phillips. <»•» LANGEIl ACCEPTS BISMARCK, N. D., Aug. 31.— (A. P.)—Former Governor William Langer announced* today "acceptance of the call" as an Independent candidate for governor of North Dakota. Bakersfield Man Takes Up Duties at Kern Library fSflt'ctal la The Catifoiiilan) TJELANO, Aug. 31.—James Moon of Dakersfield will enter upon his duties at the Delano branch of the Kern County Library on Tuesday, temporarily succeeding Miss Annasuc Hughes, whose resignation becomes effective on that date. After a two weeks' vacation Miss Hughes will be in charge of the Visalia City Library. Mr. Moon has been an assistant at the East Bakersfield branch of the county library, for some time. He is a graduate of the Bakersfield Junior College and attended the University of California at Berkeley and has just returned from Los Angeles where he studied library science •t suntmer school of the University of California, there. Kansas Woman Is Honored at Party DELANO, Aug. 31—Mrs. Scott Ladd entertained Informally on Friday night, honoring Miss Irene Boettchor before her departure for Sacramento on the first lap of her return journey to her home in Holton, Kan. A cov- ired dish dinner was enjoyed In Cecil Park and a surprise handkerchief shower was given Miss Boettcher. Enjoying the party with the honored guest were Mesdames M. D, Bradley, Harry Hlctt, Robert H, Hiett Jr., Homer A. Bower, Stuarl Warren', Edward M. Smith, Car Hoag, tho Misses Phoebe Hlett anc Carletta Ilaag, and tho hostess. Minister Speaker at Exchange Club DELANO, An p. 81.—The Reverend Clarence Wagner, pastor of the Community Methodist Church was the guest speaker at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Exchange Club which was held at the Kern Hotel. He gave a review of the economics situation In the various countries of the world, contrasting (ho condition of nations where the state has supreme power, with those where tho Individual lias freedom to act on his own Initiative. He told of the excellent condition which prevails In tho Scandinavian countries where co-operative movements have been extended to cover all activities, without curtailing freedom of Individual effort. Ho urged that tho term Americanism bo broadened to better education for the masses, with 100 per cent literary as In Denmark, better housing and living conditions for tho lower classes, and a spirit of helpfulness and understanding between all citizens. In conclusion he said that those who pioneered a new way in social and economic life would certainly pay Uearly for the effort. Monument Sale Is Planned by Concern Monuments of all types and slze,< will be obtainable at less than wholesale cost during a sale which will start tomorrow at Ed Helm's Monu ment yard at Eighth and Baker streets. Helm has the largest stock of monuments in the San Joaquln valley and the present • sale offers some of the finest examples of the craft. All types of this work wil be placed on sale tomorrow. Plenty of Doves Along Kern River for Hunting Term SMJ'M DON'T GAMBLE! GET THE ONLY TIRE »WITH GOLDEN PLY BLOW-OUT PROTECTION! Driven "What a fool I was to try to squeeze a few more miles out 'of these tires. They won't find me guilty of gambling on blow-outa from now on." Are your tires safe? Do you realize what havoc one blow-out can play with life, limb, car, and pocketbook? You be the judge and jury. Decide now whether it isn't better to be safe than sorry — whether real blow-out protection isn't a better investment than trying to squeeze a few hundred more miles out of tirei that might blow out. Equip your car with Goodrich Safety Silvertown Tires. Silvcrtownj have something that -no other tire has —the Life-Saver Golden Ply — • layer of special rubber and full- floating cords, scientifically treated to resist the blowout-causing heat generated inside all tires by today's high speeds. By resisting this heat, the amazing Golden Ply keeps rubber and fabric from separating. It keeps blisters from forming. And when you prevent the blister, you prevent the dangerous high-speed blow-out. Remember, safe motoring depends on safe tires. Don't take chances I See your Goodrich dealer about a set of Silvertowns and have Golden Ply blow-out protection on your car. And, don't forget, Goodrich Silver- towns actually cost much less than other super-quality tires. * Pricn lublect to duntc without oolite. OevOrlch CAVALIER TRUCK TWt Gcodrich CHIEFTAIN $433* (Uodrlch CAVALIER $£95* (Uodrlch SILVERTOWN $025* GMrfrlch MMAN ^Goodnch WITH LIFE-SAVER GOLDEN PLY BLOW-OUT PROTECTION GOODRICH SILVERTOWN STORES Twenty-first and K Streets Phone 723 KEN K. MYNATT AMMAN & PRIEST Eighteenth and O Streets Magunden District DALE C. MYNATT LANE & PEVESTORFF 2805 Chester 1300 Chester AT TEXACO SERVICE STATIONS AND DEALERS AT ASSOCIATED SERVICE STATIONS NOODLE BOWL Chow rVUIn, 2Sc The Best in Townl Open, Lunch to Midnight AIR COOLED 1315 Twentieth St. Phone 4998-J GRUNOW Rofrif orators—Radios JOHN R. HUFF Phono 2410 1612 Clutter Avenui Sun Kong H«rb Co. CONSULTATIONS FREE Wonderful herbn for aliments of kidneys, liver, etc. Especially effective for all kinds of venereal diHtmspB. Herbs offer Immediate rrllrf. 2230 K Street, corner Twenty.third (Sprrlnt In Tlic Californlanl TTERNVILLK, Aug. 31.—Dove hunters aloiiR the Kern river will find birds plentiful if the number strung along roadside fences am! dcnd trees morning and evening i.s any criterion. The Kern river bottom lands have become a popular nesting place for dove and every season finds thousands of young birds in tho area. The first part of the season, which opens tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock, should produce the best sport because the dove is n migratory bird anil he begins his southern flight shortly after September first. Contrary to the recent belief of local hunters, hunting of dove must be limited to the hours between 7 a. m. and sunset. This information was received by Kos- wcll Welch, local game warden, on Saturday. Former McFarland Woman Is Called McFARLAND, Aug. 31. —Mrs. Vic Hammond of Anaheim and formerly of this city passed away Monday, August 24 and funeral services were held Wednesday, accord Ing to word received by Mrs. Lois Hull, friend of the family. Many pioneer families of this community will remember Mrs, Hammond and their daughter, Hazel, made their homo here for several years. Mrs. Hammond died following an illness of four weeks She is survived by her husband an<: daughter, who is now Mrs. T. AVim- bley. McFarland Couple Leaves for East McFARLAXD, Aug. 31.—Mr. i\nd Mrs. George Hunefeld left Friday for a trip to their former homes In the cast. They expect to enjoy leisurely trip remaining away sev eral weeks. They expect to visit In Kansas. Illinois, New York, Maine and other states. During their absence from horn Mr. and Mrs. Frank Florence wil take caro of their ranch Interests for them. Mr. and Mrs. Florence who formerly worked for Mr. am Mrs. Hunefeld, have just returnei from a several months' stay In Ore gon. '$ BIBLE CLASSGATHERS IcFarlaml Church Group in Entertaining Session at Country ITumu (Nptclnl to The Cnltforntan) Mi'KARLAXD, Aug. 111.—At a neetlng of tho Woman's IMbto class icld ut tho country homo of Mrs. S. O. Holllnger Thursday, Mrs. H. J. Roomo led In the dcvotlonalH. fho themo living "Mothcr'N 1'rayor." A letter from tho Children's Homo Society of California wan read by ho secretary, Mr«. J. K, Richards, hanking the members for a dona Ion pent them recently. Mrs. Kleh ardg Htated Unit during 1985 thoro vcro 11KIO children cured for In tho nstltutlon. Of this number two- thirds of tho children were only ono year old. Adoption of H22 dur- UK tho year and Ml huvo been placed in homes and will be adopted ifter they have been with their foS' ter parents for tho required 12 nontliR. 'I'hreo of tho inemberH wuro cele- brutliiK their birthday anniversaries ind each was presented with a glfl ly the class. Tho honored mem- tiers Includo: Mesdames H. C!. Hoi linger. J. K. Regan and Forrest F Warren. The presentation was mado 3>* Mrs. Richards. Mrs. L. E. llylton presided and members present voted to send cards and flowers to J. A. Green, father of Mrs. Roomo, "who la seriously II at Kern General Hospital In Bak ersfleld. Miss Martha Shlck gayo a talk on "Tho Influence ' of " Mothers Preyer," a talk, "A Mother Coworker .AVItli God" by Mrs. Roome; a duet, "My Mother's Prayer," Mrs Roomo find Miss Mildred Lehman closing prayer by Mrs. C. K. Moo maw. Games wcro conducted by Mrs J. S. Smith and refreshments won served by tho hostess Among those enjoying Mrs. llol Hngpr's hospitality were: Mesdame C. Davis, H. H. Ktahl. .T. S. Smith J. E. Williams, Prentlss Smith, Ben nlo Lehman. IT. H. Rocime, Alvn Davis. J. S. Richards t'. R. Moomaw T. W. Davis, L. E. Hylton. ,laco Mill. T. M. Calvert. Harold Hylton MlPHOfl Htnrtha Khlclc and Mlldrc Lehman. Also little Eugene Fluster FOUR HOYS RESCUED SAN PEDRO, Aug. 31. (A. P.)— Four boys, rescued from a capsize sail boat, wore none the worse fo their experience today. A coa.= guard cutter plucked Kaymon Young, Earl Jack, Bud Adams an Kugeno Crackman from tho wate •after choppy seas swamped their 1 foot craft in a race. Silvertown ORIGINATES VITAL IMPROVEMENTS IN HOME APPLIANCES Ask a Norgc dealer to show you the vital difference* in design and construction that set Norgc Home Appliances apart* from any others you have ever seen. A little down and a little monthly buys any one or all four. Up to four years to pay on combination purchases. •tonal DIVISION Ditnit, Mitt. Pi AUTOIUILT WASHER Quietored to take up the wear of 20 years and take the worry out of wash day. So well built that it requires no attention— not even oiling or greasing—for at leant five years of average home use. DUOTROL IRONER Irons with half the effort In half the time because of amax- ing convenience of dual control. Matches the Autobuilt Washer for ease of operation, convenience and safety. MOLUTOR nEFHIQERATOH Greater over-all economy through surplus power and the simplicity of only 3' moving parts. The, Norge Rollator Refrigerator gives you pace-setting mechanism, pace-setting beauty, pacesetting over-all economy. See the Norge before you buy. CONCENTRATOR RANQI Directed heat for better baking, quicker cooking and • cooler kitchen. Its marvelously accurate controls make the preparation of meals almost automatic. It cooks while you go calling. Lifetime construction and beauty are built into this greatest range Norge has ever made. THE ROLLATOR* COMPRESSOR ... txeluiivt No/f • told-mtk- lug intentnlim, h*t but lAret ifowfy moving ptrtt, cmpUjr* •moetfi, ««x, rolllns power In- ft..rf of uiu./ fcurr<.<* b.clr- mnJ-fortk teflon. Kttult —moft cold for (Ac current Mtrf. •«••• »• •• nn- orr. .NORGE iHOME APPLIANCES APPLIANCE DEPT. BROCK'S MEZZANINE FLOOR yvr-n IOLUTOI liriKIIATIOR (DlBMlK ill CiMMilll) • Ml ••• IIMTIK ItMtl • WllHItS AMD HOMII WHIIUTOI Oil lUINtfti . FINE-AII FUIN1CEI • tIR CONDITIOMIM . CIRCUUTOI ROOM HI1TIRI SELECT NOW— IN BROCK'S ADVANCE SALE OF FURS be fi>ulured in Vogue shows the fashion to he authentie, so that in choosing the Snyderknil three- piece suit pictured you assure yourself fashion elegance of the highest order. In Rust, Green and Blue combinations. $ 19 75 BROCK'S ''ASHION FLOOR BROCK'S V ASH JON FLOOR • FURS arc RICHEST • FASHIONS are NEWEST • SELECTIONS are GREATEST • VALUES are UNPRECEDENTED Fur prices are sure to he higher ns the season advances, so it is wise to anticipate your requirements for Fall. This year Fur Coats have an unusual flair for effect. Look at the upstanding collars, the full sleeves, the flaring skirt— as different, almost, as day and night compared with last year's fashions — and it's so easy to possess one hecause of Brock's easy Budget Plan. $4950 „, $598 There Is No Substitute for Good Workmanship! W. G. Willoughby Repair Shop 2216 "Eye" Street Member InilcpviiuVnt Auto llcpairmcn's Association GUITARS ! Small Payment* PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY 1512 Nineteenth SI. i « .1

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