The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 1, 1936 · Page 6
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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 1, 1936
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TUB CAL1FOHNJAN, TUESDAY, SEl'TBMHER 1, 1036 CLUB To Complete Arrangements for First Full AfFuirs al Session Thursday Business and nodal events for September will bo planned at a mooting of Bakersfleld Camp No. -1(10, Woodmen of Jim World, Thursday night at W. O. W. hall. "Old and new" members arn n-ijtiPHtPil to bn present. On September 10 oritnrlalmi'ii'nt Will bo arranged by Mrs. Wnndn 14. aioofion, John Citniiduy, 13. N illncli- er and H. M McLcod, who will meet with nil "old" members Thurw- day night. Kvcnts sc)iP(liili-d Inchido a past officers' night, n vlwll from John Henry Foley. head dlroctor, and other head camp officers nnd tho first fall meeting of Kriclnttas Camp, No. IB. Travel talks will comprise- thfl en- tertnlnniont. El Tejon Parlor Planning Events for Fall Season CKVERAL Important dnlcn are ^announced tndny by El Tejon T'arlor, Native J)niif(litoTH of the Golden VVcHt. On Frldny evening Bt 7:30 the IMO-37 npnnon will lie roHumcd nl KHK!CH hnll with MlHH Hnlplui SiimlorH prcnldlnK- On Wednesday cvonlnu there will be u itu-ollnR of the Admission Day committee which IH planning the presentation of u Hear flittf to the court hoime. The committee HCHWOII will he held at the homo of Mi«H Onn Moffett, 2 L Ktrcet with Minn Sadie Clen- dcnen preftldlnK. 1'ast preHidentH will convene Thtirnday nl({ht nt 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. MiwHcll I'cttls, 2019 Forrest islrect. WITH MISH JONKH Ml*« Ooraldlnr JOIK-H. 1.03 CiioHter iivonuo, l« ontertalnlrif? HM her IIOIIHO- Knout, M|H« JCul.h OlddliiK" of Gardona, who arrived Hatiirdnv nrirl will rrninln ovc-r Kepli'tnber I". *s*& JJ^g^^A ^MVv ^'Ife^fl FASHIONS ,Vrir DRESS wh^ Vf >tf JA.; ^ H.- lf > f 'i ^\toSS'^/-^ '»*?" **&, V voly KiiniHti rropi'n, loinalno crepim, iiniarl lunh'n In pn-vull Ing fall i-oloi'n. (''latterlni; mod elH nil. Styles angel skin TAFFETAS |.98 Dretit and Sport COATS *16 50 Don't miss seeing them . . . try them on! Beautifully made and so smartly styled. You'll find your favorite color here I fnbrlcn! Keo cvory uno . . IliKlilaiul twlKtoil fliuioo, wool uialnlaHHo botany froU.o and \vhul ntylon! . . yjiiirt hacKh, wru|ui, nwng- Horn, plain liaclii). (Iraud vulunnl BETAS SCHEDULE BRILLIIFEIES Frontier Dnys Will Inspire Anniinl Dunce, Vnlley (t(illicnu# More At a iiiepiInK 'if Until I'lil Sigma fraternity \\'ediie»day rilKht at thri home of Harold llomlrlrkn, b02 N Htroet, piano Mill bo furthered for u four valley chapter eonolavii hern on the week fnil of Front lor OnyH, Or- tober 3 mill •!. An ovont of thri two rlnyM will ho Ilin uiiniial Hritii Hound- up nii'l (Twiiiine party at Wonian'x Club hull nt II o'olorli. Harold Hnnilriekn In Keneral chairman with Md ((recruit root In charf?" of orchoHtra, I ilel< llarlow, of fl- IIIUICOH nml Clarence Kowlor, chapter proHldonl, roH|)r.mHlbln for advertising mid haiii|tic( tireriiirnllotiH. Humtny'n riK'otlnx will open at 10 o'clock ut Hoti'l I'ailrn In tho bun(|ii«l. room, r,iinrliooii will bo held at 12 o'clock /mil In tho ovonlnK thn prroiiti will ul (end I IIP rodeo at I ho fiilrRroimdH on IIUIHKO. Allen Taylor of Oiiklatid, national proNldonl, will attend an will F.dKin- noun of Kromiij, trimtoo. Mr. HUSH will pro-Hide over thn Hundny biml- noHs mfiotlriK. Local School Curriculum Under Constant Scrutiny Couple Wedded at Garden Ceremony! In Hie garden of her homo, 1011 N I Hire).I, at (i:.')0 o'clock Hunday eve- | nltiK", Miss Catherine I,arnb, tbo ! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kobert l.iiinb, wan wedded to Loroy Hleplien- > HOII The norv|cn wan read by HIM Reverend II. C. Clnyhrook, paiitor of ! Cnln A. M. M. Church. Tho bridal party ansomblod henoulh an arch | ! drooralod with grncmnry and flunked! by tall baskets of varl colored | lowers. A recepllon followed. ! M|«M l''ianeoH l.amh. n|Mlor of Iho 1 bride, and V Kills wore maid of- j IMIIIOI- nnd bent mail, r' p speellvo|y. , Mrs. ('lavhrook presided at I ho] piano pirn INK Hie wedding marches and i ompaiivlni; MI-N. I'lnra How- aid who sung "Tim HwooloMt (Uory Told." Sovi'iily five i.'iiontM attended; out- of town \lhlloiH were Mrs Halo of I,ON Angolcti .'mil Mr and Mrs. Karl liiirroli of Han l''riincl*co. Mm. Sliiphotison ,inil her attend- anl were olaborali-lv Kownoil; the bride wan given In iiinrrlngi' by Mr. I .amh Farewell Party Is Enjoyed at Delano OKI..ANii. Sept I.. Neighbor* n nd friends of Mr and Mri Kkrl It Hlinno lonileroil theio a farewell parly on Saturday nlnlil at llm |7"EI5PINO abreast of modern J-*-trends and Incorporating tho best In classroom res keeps Iho modern school curriculum in ; constant revision, according lo tho 'annual report of 11. T. Neldetfcr, director of tho department elementary education In tho Riilinrnfleld 'city schools. The report was on | file today In tho offlno of T,. K. idienowfith, city superintendent of HclioolH, j Mr. Noldfiffer miyn in part In his I report: "Suggestions and rocorn- ! mendatlons for Urn development of (active,, up-to-dato courses of study ! hnvo boon given repeatedly. Tho j need I in* boon felt strongly by tho | tpfio.liers. Classroom proccduros aro j changing rapidly nnd extensively. | i Host roHultH cannot bn obtained with- \ | nut ridci|imto courcos of study pro- | | vldlng for all stuff mfmbers a com- ! i mnn bams of departure, cloar guld: unco and Important aids. ' i "Tho needs havo been recognized ; j nnd this year favorable, conditions, i have boon provided for curriculum i work and tho rcNiilts havo proven ! i moni gratifying. Thorn Is yet an i I lnadfi|Ufito amount of clerical aid, ! .especially for collodion and compll ; Ing refcrenci) (ypi.i of details. , '"I'll", plan and organization being i i used Includes: first, n statement of! !a basic plillosiiphy In each course j i that permeates all uourscfl an a guide I lo major objectives and definite In ; S lln provision for Integrated prooe- ; dun- dlroetoij toward wldo oxpo.r- * lonooB In living nnd the develop- i ; meiit of Mpnclfle skills and abilities. ' I Courses are divided Into year group-' • Ingii, kindergarten nnd tho first three- years as primary; Internied- i j lale, H fi-il) and upper, (7-8), ! i "The gradual contlniioiiH effort to i I nwlng Into modern classroom proced- | uroH has thin year culminated Into u i i noticeably general InteroHt of all : [Ht.nff membei-N and a clarification of | purpuseK, plans and proei-diireM. ! "Nome of (hi. outHtandlng aids In i effecting fhcNo gains aro: The handbook from tho Htiperlntendgnt's office; the wholesale attendance of staff members at professional meetings, the. provision of now and at ti'ttotUc. niatf-rlals, tho presentation of I ho now Kngllsh teachers' guide for Intermedlnto gradt-.s, preceded by wl.x tpiicbor group conferences in pre- vlow of tho plans and procedures It contain*." Tho director praises tho teachers' guide and says of It: "Modern practices run throughoyt the, entire book. Among (hose Is tho plan for pupil estimation of his own (succngH. Self-evaluation charts and record sheets aro emphasised. Htudy of local conditions and needs, modern methods, research and involution of instructional materials over a period of months and years was tho background of llm loach- eru' guide. In this manner every member of Hie, staff, directly or Indirectly, had a part In its preparation. ")likewise considerable of the foun elation work for now courses Is Manages Lumber Yard; Also Serves Democratic Party us Delegate dor way. Ksfporlment and Htudy of social studios, mulerialtf 111 (ill grades, continuous development of tbo reading program In tho primary grade.N, lenchorH 1 .ncfUlngs and new handwriting materials, evaluation of language and reading materials, in j the upper grades; planning of now | programs to break down tho strict | departmental procedure and experiment with Iho grouping of subjects In n rt-latcd trimmer under one toucher In tho upper grades, aro all ourrlcular activities that aro in "\Vilh adequate facilities, within tbo next, (wo years, from these of- furls should come teachers' guides In I'Jns Intormodlat dies- -upper. "The director also discusses the library service, the addition of hundreds of now and attractive renders for use In the primary and Intermediate grades, simplified dictionaries for children and tho addition of now malerlala for the. visual odiieiitloM department. Miss Alleen McOrath, manager of a lumber yard In Polo, 111., nnd delegate to tho National Democratic convention in Philadelphia, is a guest of her uncle, JarnoB Cumin, nnd of Mrs. Curran, 222 Eureka. The charming business woman Was also a delegate lo a women's national convention In Washington, I). C, in April where sho was received at tho White House by Mrs. Franklin T>. Roosevelt, Mrs. John Garner and others. She is a member of the Business and Professional Women's Club, the League of Women Voters, tho P. K. O. Hoclety and other groups. Sho was accompanied to tho Philadelphia convention by her two sis- tin-1 tern and her mother, Before returning east sho will vlHit relatives In Los Angeles and vicinity and will return hero for a week or more. She has sojourned at thn Curran homo on Brcckenrldge and IH enthusiastic about California. * « » ' Kern Woman Back Af terEast Visit McFAULAND, Sept. I. — Mrs. ISdlth 7)lxon has returned from a several weeks' stay at Hydro, Okla., where she visited an tho guest of her father. J. M. Bright. She was -primary social studies—I accompanied hero Sunday by her and Kngllsh social slu- j daughter, Mrs. Cecil Curfman, who I returned to her home Monday. Mrs. IJIxon visited for a week as the guest of Mr. and M,rs. Curfman while en route from the midwest. At present sho Is visiting In the homo of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowman, but expects to move soon to her home on llarlow avenue In this city. Community Theater Picks Old-Fashioned Melodrama IBAIEtSFIELl I'oiinlry home of Mr. and MI-H. Fmnk ' II. Itaiiifti. nurlbeaiil of town. A Mwliiiinlng partv \vnri <'iijnved In thnj (•Much ri'Hci vnlr, fidloui-d by a cov- ' '•red I||M|I illniii'i I'^njoylnti the pnrty \vllh Mr and, M r* Sliaiin and tln'lr tUi m;bti'i- ' Helen \M'II'. Mr. ninl Alirt. I'YanH Si bill.' and llulr I|M iir.lil'-i M Hetty . and Illciinor, and MOIIM Melvln i ill-nil. Mr. anil M rri Hi-rt lleclu 1 Mr and M i H. liiivmond ilrlmen. Mr. and Men Ili'i-bi-rt Kramer anil l«n daunhteiK. Mi and MIH Henry I ,e Illiiiii- nnd I heir thren H.IMH ( if |'|x ley. Mr. and Mrii. II. K. Nelmui and two children, mid Mr and Mi" I'ralili 11. Uarni'lt and HIUI Cuitlri llrannKamiirath \\ eddlnn 'I'o aitnouiice I he marrUiK" of Mil's I.III.Min llrnnn. Ihi" ilnuuliter of Mrx. I .oil I, llrann <if \'lNiilla to \\ lll;ir.| Kninpnith, the mm of Mr. and Mr«. otto Kampralh, '.mini Tnmtun avc- nue. April II. the brldngroom'fl nls- tei . MI-M. Waller Midler entertained u mii.'ill company of friends nt bridge laMt e\enlnK at tbn Kninprath ri'Mlili-noe 'I'lii- \\oddlng united t\vn inomlnenl San .lonqnln vnlle.v I'/nnl Ili-n, Hie llcuniiH being pluneur \'l- Hiillu ri -Hldenl.M. The cmiple \VIIH iilc-iided by Mr. ami MI-M. |IIHI(;|.IM KiKiwIeH of San J'YanclMi-o. Herberi l!ri\vn alno - \-aH IH'CHI-II! ui the uoildliiK and Mlinred tin 1 Infnrmal dinner which rollovved Stiibbleflehl-Wllhim AI a ring ceremony conducted by the Hovi'i-iml A. T. lioiiKlasn, pustur of Calvary Chiin-h. M IHH Clara Stubblefleld an<l ISalley \\'llsou were wedded ThurHdiiy evening at the home of the brlil"nroom'n mother. Miss Anna '/.. \VII»on. «(>« i Dromon Klie' I. j Tall rantlli.-M m,'hthiK a fan spray of \elluw awlers nnd Kladlolim .formed the selling for the hcldul : couple and their all'-ndiinlH. I T)ie bride \vore n NO!'| 15' draped IRown of pale uroon or^aii/a with a i eor."ai;e of \e|]mv roHebuds and the bridesmaid. MI*H \'eron.'i lluttorfleld. ' was gowned In a blue taffeta frock ullh a CIII-SIIKO of pink luHobuds. I'ouiKlcrs l>ny IJnnce Mldnlnlit ham and eRgH were a feature of the Sigma I'hl CSamniu fororlty l''oimders' Day dunco Saturday nlsht nt Ktiickdale Country Club. The "breijUfiiHt" WIIH served i at three large tables on the patio appointed In a color Hcliemo of fall | shades and centered with largo bou- iiuelN of I'luwecH. .lack Ullberl'a orchestra provided th<' music. Sharing the Hinnrt function worn: Mi-vsni. and McHdames: — Public Tryouts Slated for "Gold in the Hills" for Wednesday Night A BLACK hearted villain, a sweet, and pure heroine, and a handsome dare-devil hero are, among tho needs of the Bakersfleld Community Theater which will launch its ninth season with a comedy melodrama of the old west, "Gold in the Hills or Tho Dead .Sister's' Secret". The play will be given during Frontier Days week and. tryduts to select tho cast will bo held Wednesday evening at 7:ao o'clock. More, than 20 players will bo needed for the melodrama and many men will have an opportunity for good parts It was announced today. In Bcsl Tradition Approval of tho play was made last night at a meeting of the board of directors held at Hotel Padre, with James F. Thrasher, vice-president, presiding. The play selected Is by a modern playwright, J. Frank Davis who has Incorporated with skill all tho traditions of tho old melodrama Including lines, cliches and situations. Tho heroine pure as the drifted snow, the smooth, wicked villain, the mortgage on the old farm, and the fine noblo hero who will unwind tense situations with right and virtue triumphant are elements of, the plot. Tho play will be one of the five to bo given during the 1930-37 season by tho Community Theater players, and although there will be five playH this year Instead of four, dues will remain tho same, the board decided last night. Membership A $5 membership will not only grant all privileges of membership to tho holder but carries with It two season tickets for all performances of the theater. Subscriptions aro now being received by Olon Stockbridge at 1812 Verde street. Choice scats will be given to the early applicants, It Is announced. Tho play chosen for tho opening performance was picked with the view of ro-opera'ting with the local Frontier Days Committee In provld Ing suitable public entertainment during tho local celebration. Mrs. George Clark, chairman of tho play- reading committee, was assisted by Mrs. Lawrence B. and Miss Beth Uyo. Meetings Here and on Side Are Announced; Fall *' Season Opens On Thursday evening Kern Lodga No. 70, Knights of Pythias will In. Itlato u class In the paige rank. Gottlieb Koch, chancellor commander, will preside. Refreshments will bfl) . served. . ..'•..-. ' • ,'. .- : ,....' ; On Wednesday evening 1 Taft Lodga No. 300 will hold Its first meeting of the fall season, A delegation will attend from Bakersfleld, leaving from Eagles hall, corner of Seven* teenth and O streets -at 7 o'clock* A large gathering from all parts of. the district will attend. All knights are cordially invited to both events, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Shaw, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaw will ba present. The meeting is tho first fop the women's sisterhood also. FRATERNAL \V. B .A. Meeting A regular meeting of the Woman's Benefit Association Kern Review No, 6(5 will be held Wednesday eventn,, at 7:30 o'clock at K, of P. hall with Mrs. Stanley DoddH presiding. Mem-- bers will adjourn after a brief business parley, to Jefferson Park to attend Iho Frontier Days program at 8 o'clock. I'ust Officers' Meeting: The Past Pocahontas' and Past Powhalans 1 Club of El Tejon Council Xo. 215, Degree of Pocahontas, will moot Thursday night. September 3 at tho homo ot Mrs. Effio Oeff- nor, 1824 Eighteenth street. Mrs. Fern Davis will preside. The meet- .( Ing will begin promptly at 8 o'clock/ Henry Sp.-ncer acted as best man nl ii San I'ranetHcii downtown rns- | f ur \),, VVIIsoii ! After the lalilniT of tho vuws a from ; la,-);,• brldi-'w cako was cut mid < Hlii Art Sehuol and ban boon employed UN manager of the Austin Studios Mr. Kainpnilli. tin employe, of ,1. II. Ho^lo A Company, hroUcr- thout muM orfuw at Less than 7 /2 the cost of ot/)«r beverages Mu 8-01. c«n M.C. P. P*™, Limon Jultt, % lo 1 cup (UfM, t iMtpooni M, C. P. Llm«- Llmon"Ald"/ till w«ll k> dU- ioU« iu|ii. Tkli lyiup ony \n ilond In iclilj«icto( I* eovtitd fliti )«( tnd imiH uneunt uitd In i |lin ol let wild, ti dtilitd/ 01 wKolt •mount idd«d lo 8 cupi cold witu lo m«k« '/i-i«Hon pm«, llmt-l«monid<. Biwart of Imitaiiont! M.C.P. Lemon JUICE om» . umc-umonAiD IIKO firm, wan uraduslod from Los AngcliiH School of Clilriiprnotlc. lie IH a member of Helta Slgmn f rater- nlly. The rouplo will build 11 homo In tho Kali-fax Addition. Mrs. Miiller announced (bo mar- rlngn Hlmply, by presenting her now tdn'or to her frli mis. A woddlnu motif WIIM lined lu appointments for n. dnlniy mippor. In the nerving of which tin 1 hoHlenH wan assisted by i her mother. l'il'/on MI the bridge tallies were, won by Mlhn \Vllma \\aKone Minn Auiln-y lilll The bride proHenlcd with a KUI-H! prl/,e. AltemlliiK boHldcH ihe luwteN holioroo svere and WIIH M-i-vod ulih oilier rcfrrnhmcnlN to I he KUONlM assembled to witness the 'I'll, ,\ Included: MOMMI'S. and MosdiiincH— .1 S. Murphy Styles Williams Claude llradfurd William Hrunun HapllMle Sebreau Russell Howcu MosdamcH K\a \VIIIInMiM Mndgo Hlalock Kfflo Hunter I'eiirl Horn Hallo Tltidale MISHO.H ~ Verona. Hutter- Armanda Wlobo field Gladys Williams llliHly Shields Al OSHrS.— C A. Slubblefleld Menry Spencer Kvorelt llradford \'lnci< Wilson Jon I 'Connor <luy \\'llson .(amen Hradford Children — All Berry Krocmaii ('hamblesa ('llntoti Fowler I Ioward I .astcr Kenni!th Ulcards i iporfjc Carlson 1,. I,. Uavls ICrlc .lohn.soii MIHHON Alice Cobb Alice Hldarl P.etty (!ra ha in .Martha (Jraham Kcba I laycH Kelle\' Al Price Uenver Smntzer lOmmolt Smith Walter AVolls Freeman Kproyor Build Ware Fred Carlisle Alice Kankln Rachel Kankln Kleanor Smith Marietta Virginia Voorhles Vvetlc Oueydtin Southern Pacific Club Enjoys Party An Interesting- party \\-HH sponsored Saturday night by the Southern Pacific ball teitm club at the home of Mrn. Gust Carlson, 1010 Thirty-third street. Draw prizes were won by C. Turner and C. 1-luntzlcker. Awards in five hundred went to Mrs. A. J. Handel, Mrs. Ada Stewart, Airs. II. C. Koland and Harold Wise, J. D. Stewart nnd C P. Fldler. Tho bridge prizes were taken by Mrs. Rort Roam. Miss Virginia Wyllo, Mrs. Del Wyllo and .Merl I teams, C. Cheshire and H. Wyllo. The pedro prizes, wen; won Uy Miss Clara Sites, Mrs. Adams and Mrs. J. J. Keller and M. G. Mears. Mr. Carlson and F. W, FormiB. Caledonia Lodge Caledonia l^odgo No. 486, F. & A, M., will hold a stated meeting for September Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock, In Druids' hull, Kost Bak- ersfiold. Refreshments will be served. Claude H. Ashen, worshipful master, extends an invitation to master Masons to attend. LarUawanna Party Lackawunna Council will a card party at W. O. W. sponsor hall to.» -», -.,,. ,,.»., bo awarded for hlgli score and a draw prize will be presented. Mrs. K. O. Chapman heads the arrangements committee. Martha Gundlach Jack Vaughn Kvtimn UOHK Howard Sneiler Krank Whllo F.d Hillman Leslie Vlco Powell Frceland Milton Hnlsload Keith Collins Harold HOSH Ralph Karnes John Hracchl Don Milker V . M. Mlckc berrv. MlHMl'H Wtlmii Wagoner Jriin HarVej Madeline Cravalh 1 Ian lei lioKc liny KHlher Hay Audit-y 'itll Juliet Hern Scull llriidfiird Jordan Martin Jimmy llnwen .lllIIlM , Harbarn Tlsdalo iJona Id Sebrea u Jack Hou'en .lack \\'llllaniH Murphy it ill food otoctn JJc/icfite- JJhe flavor lasts Schilling DI3HE;v •\tk Yuiir Grocer Tom Sawyer, Mi*H Morion Wrdn M|HH (ierlrude l.imlr,o Morton, | youngest daughter of Mr. and Mi- .lames A. Morton of 1,0-4 AniO'lcs, formerly of It.ikoisl'leM. \\ns mar i tod I'YIday evening, AUITUHI !.'s, ut t o'clock to John MaiviiM Stlmac ceremony was read at the home ' of HID Reverend ami Mrs. Robert , .lohn Coyne The Reverend .Mr. . Coy no Is former pastor of Trinity j MotboillHl Church: be now MVO.N al I I'i'M) Morton Place. I.OH Angeles. , The bride wan Kownod In n navy j him 1 taffeta tunic dii'M< with lm\v bluo MIVCMNOI tcs; (die \\ore a corsai;e • of HlloM of th» vallcv Her ulster. Mls.s Su/.aimo Morton, i j matron of honor, wore a null of • • I hunter's (jieon woolen fabric, with j WIIM of Talisman ro«es. t IIMII-KI* It. IMmKh.v attended Mr. Stlnuu' MM bi'sl man. i A wedding snpiior WIIH served /it i Mike l,yiuan'» drill. ! Mrs. Sllmac attended school In I.OH ! Angeles and has been affiliated with | Iho Southern California Telephone | Company «lx yoiirs. Mr. Stlmac IH I tbe youngest HOII of Mrs. Pauline | Clu.pp of Los AiiKeloh; he attended , the School of tho Hol> Savior In i Hutte. Montana, nnd ban lived In I.OH Angeles six yi-ars. liu is em- | ployed by tho Untied Slates govern- ' incut. . \Vhen Mr, and Mrs. Stlmac return from their hnnnymoon September |il • they will bo at home to tbelr friends I In I.OH AiiKoleit < l.ivisli Dinner at I'arli 'rurUe.x t^a.s the piece do reslsta.ncn \>lieii meml>erK of (he Friendship gnlll Cluh eiilerlalned their huti- liiindM and n few friends Sunday ovo- ulmt at Kern Ulvcr Park. Those atteiidlii'f were: MI-KMI-H. ami Mesdames - Kolainl I,. Croon hean Mlddlolon .larli Kelllher dpal Myers Cuy K. l-'ord iSafford. Arl/..) Uov ( irliev Joyce liny * * * Knlors ColluKo SylvoHter O'Connor, tlin son of Mr. and Mrs>. ,1amen p. O'Connor, Idil Truxtun uvonuo, Ima left to enter Siintn C'lani College us » mem- her of the frealiman class. Tho local youth WIIH Kraduftlod from the local hlKli school and \vn.s u star of tho Driller football miuad. * * * Delia Tlieta Chi SlKiuiL Chapler. I.K'lta Tlieta Chi, will meet tills evenliiB at S o'clock ut llotul J51 Tejon. Miss Opal AVators will act as lioHloHH chairniun in charne of arraiiKemcnlH, iisslstoil by tlin MlHKOH Kullierlno Baaa, Oeno- vlovn Miller and I'cBgy Kurr,. Me.silames—• \ lvl.,n Ci,||. MISSON- I>«II|N Kolllhei Wlllmu \\'!illl>. .b an I' M.--IHI-S Knl.HMl 1. C.reeii. .till 111 (iooil nil.; hi Children I.eltev llemiiiK- w a y \'Ii-Klnla Mart ( \'e(4as) Hetty Hart (l.HH Vegas) Jerry tJcorgp C.ardlner Krank Hemingway HUH I'a Inter Kreil Lambert W.C.T.U.toPick Delegate Group, Staff Executives] llu llaan (l.a.s llarlvani Dunililo Kdlth l.umliorl terson .lanicH tiardlner I'Yunklln Hum- Ingway C.alo Myers Norlone OcUoy Uuy Kord (Sufford.Arlz.) 1 Jolty .la no Walli-i .loiin tiitrdlnor Milton Ciftrdlnur Farm Department Meets at Rosedale A uicutijiB of Iho Hosednlo Farm Home Hoparttnont will bo held Friday mornliiK at 10 o'clock at tho HoNodalo. Hcliool cafeteria. The olcu- lion of offlcerH will bo hold at tho biiRlnosM mcetliKj. A Htuiiy of commercially canned goodi* will bo made. A pol-itick lunchoon will bo Bcrvud. at noon. Miss liorotliy WIlkliiHon, homo demonstration uircnt, will be In at- lendance at thu meniing. nno ELECT officers and to choose dclcRutcH to a county convention September 16 in Toft, Frances Willard Union, W. C. T. U. will hold an annual meeting from 2 to 4 o'clock Wednesday at First Congregational Church. Mrs. W. J. Schultz will preside. Announcement will be made of plans for u state W. C. T. U. convention at First Baptist Church October 13, 14 nnd and 15. Hotel El Tejon will be headquarters. Annual reports will be presented by department hends. Those in arrears with dues arc being reminded that dues arc payable at this session as the books will he closed September 10. Bright Kiddies Are Acclaimed in South Mrs. Albert Shaw and her daughter bynn and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Roberts and children Kllcen and Jerry hav'e been vacationing at Long Heach. Little Miss l,ynn, who won the M. CJ. M. T,It tie Miss Bakersfield title, was guest of honor at a Long Beach theater where she presented a song and dance feature. Jerry Roberts won several coin- ptitlve prizes in acrobatic dancing and earned tho distinction of being acclaimed the youngest dancer In the south In intricate poses. Mrs. Shaw and little Miss Lynn left later for Richmond as guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. L,. Shafer, returning recently to Taft where they will make their homo for the winter, Joining Mr. Shaw who has been transferred to Taft. The little girl was coached for the M. a. M. contest by Mr. Roberts who Is acting as her manager. * « » Local Student Is Honored in North Miss Barbara Symmes who reentered Lux School for Girls, San Francisco, this fall was elected president of the senior class last week, a post which gives her membership on the board of control. She heads a committee for a tea Thursday and Is u member of the glee club and n candidate for swimming manager of the Lux Athletic Association. MODERN WOMEN N«td Not Svff«t monthly ptlo »nd deity due to ca!ii*,ncm>vuitriin,upc*uraorumilkr MXUM. Chi-clm-tcn Dininondlli und Pilliara rclmblftMulKiv«a«lckKtll.f. Bold by ullilnuni«ulurovci-*4yw». Alkfor CHICHESTERS PILLS "THI PIAMOND' \Yoililcil Hero MINN iilndyn Miu> Myrr« anil Hu- Iwn Clinton L.nvort'Hi 1 ! botli of Hut. tonwlllow wore marrlrd Monday by the 1 l\e> oreiu) Hurion C. Unrrvtt, pus- tor of l-'lrnt ll;,st ciiuivh. nt hU par»oiuiK<\ HOti Olt'nudi ,• iivonuo. Tb« .voiiiii- people Wtn-tvi\ttt«i)iiei1 by M!H» Mary M, UlNon of Wnitouwlllow um1 Mfa., IturixUt. llni'U l''rom Texas Mr. and Mrs. Itonry Powell, -130 Qulncy Ntreet, accompanied by their daughter, Coloeu. ivtiirnetl recently from ;i lrl|i to Texas and other otatos of the xouth. They arrived homo Sunday and were accompanied by Mr. l-'owell'H mother, Mrs, A. (i. Powell of Memphis. Toxn*. En route to California they visited Pet- rifled Forest, Painted Oe»ort, Carls l>Hd Ciivorn, Houliler dam and other plaei'M of Interest. * * » Harlt I'rom .South Mi\s. ,1. s. Hall ami luvr daughd«r. Sandra l.oe. ami Mrs. O, O. Muuuel were, wuek end visitors In bos An- »rel»w and 1 lollywootl. whciv they \vo,iv K<tobU of rolallvea uiul frienda. PIMPLES W Itching and burning of pimples, rashes, eczema relieved by SOAPdnd OINTMENT lr> oh»ok» COLDS •nd FEVER flr»t day m UnlmM Trade with those who arc helping to make your city and county a heller place in which to live, whose efforts lo build a business where you will like to shop means greater returns to us both. Our employes are aiding in this endeavor— we are all home owners or home owner tenants. Bring us your prescriptions, 4 registered pharmacists. KIMBALL & STONE Th» Particular Druggttt* Phone 53 Phone 54' PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakersfield, Calif. Sun Kong Herb Co. CONSULTATIONS FREE Wonderful herb* for allnienU of kltine.v«. liver, ol*. Especially effective for rill Wnrtu of venereal diseases, llorhs offer Immediate rellff. K »tr»«t, eoi-nir Twtnly-IMnl GRUNOW Refrlgtrators—Radios JOHN R. HUFF Phon« WO IMt OhoHir AvtM* L v

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