The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 4, 1936 · Page 4
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f5ff'M/A^^ '' * "_•'- * y '< ,'V ''•'-'',' •..*•-, ) -''",', THE BAKER8PIBLD GAL1FORNTAN, , SBITEMBER 4, J938 LIQUOR 1325 NINETEENTH STREET Catto's Gold Label GUARANTEED OVER TO YRS. OLD $129 SCOTCH Again *nd poilHvtlr lor Ihc In! linn—I'rUUy »nd ««lurd«». W* nlltf thli flfltnl of Scotch Whlikltt at lit pflttl—Shop «»rly Inr Ihli Html Reg, $1.78 Full 1/2 Fifth 1 LIMIT TWO $1.36 VALLEY OAKS YEAR OLD STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY FULL QUART ASSOCIATED LIQUOR STORKS Now an agency of Sherry's Liquor Stores Largest Western Liquor Organization S'lttmn FIRSf with HIM 18 MONTH oWWlwhia Up «r tari »nl|ttWUik*r Slr«l|MlftwkM WhitM «r«l|MBo«rl»M H rTMl WnMMf II MONTHS OLB III M,,tbi OM I 1I.MONTN! OLD 98cJL» 95c SCHENLEV'5 GLENARN An All WhUk.r Bl»4. •>•<>• •( 17 Yr. Old Whiskey Tkl« (bwp Ndnctlo* I* M lot wMtff t»t ••<<*• T onlr- FULL PINT 87c WlW STfOCK Altwm! BOTTLED IN BOND 8 Year did Whiskey QUART A* for "HBAT, QUII.r.' Hohdtrf 109 piooJ Whli- IB w»«d S SPECIAL FULL PINT K«(. $2.21 Three for.... CREMO BEER CANNED 24 c U P ::e $1.89 Old Quaker Slo» Gin. R.g. $1.50, full FIFTH Imported French 3-3ur i Orer B yr». old. R.g. |4j J)A $1.08 per U FIFTH !•££ STRATFORD DRY QIN High quality dUtilltd 90 PROOF GIN. R«o- ul»r J1.35~now full QUART CREMO Bottled Beer Ptr Bottl. , , , . PLUS DEPOSIT ALCO NORTHERN Sweet Wines Gallon.. 79 c I Leona Vista Zlnfandel, Full 5th A n»w iwcrl ITP*~nil o«IU M tort •• r»»oUr ZlnteniUI. Y»'[l Ilk* II Uona Vista Sweet Wlnet « Ccmii In I'ort, fthtrrr no* Mni«*l«l, Ttt QUAHT 9 Qvi.rU MKHIS MENLO Extremely MILD Com* t* thfl pop»Ur F*tiftt*l)a and CIGARS " $ 1.15 Ctfftr Ilfirftnn CIGARS 0« 1'trttotw •r TrlnnvuUri 5 tor 20c U«l Hi ftO • Rnleigh Tobacco >• • Velvot Tobncco • Prince Albert •DilPeBwt ~"_" • Hurley Burlcy __ • Tuxedo • Kdgoworth 94c 79c III M. tin 70C 10 M, tin 94C i*...ti» 55c fi...m, 79c tin $1.05 LA BONITA Havana Filled CIGARS B« -r ( or ««. Bo.ofaO t)0<1 • 4»«fC* lloxofBO fl.T5 #Hor friccs Jufy'ect to Sttttc foxes Wf MSfRM RIGHT 'iQUM/TJmtifa GUITARS Caynirnlii PHILLIPS .MUSIC COMPANY Mnclecntli si Cash for Old Gold Do Not Sail to Strangers Wickersham Co. Nln«««nth and "ly«" Struts .j CHINESE HERBS n«ll«v«« chronic ullnienti of all MntH. Mot* Aitit fenml. (roillil*!. $1.00 PEH BOX PEKIN HERB CO. 20 Yuri In Buktrifltld \.iir Twenti«U\ sti-ent of Interest Among Residents of Kern's West CLASS TO EXHIBIT DOLLS, Croft Students Set Event September 11 to Show Work of Summer (NptnM to The daUfnrnian) TAI/T, Hopt. 4,—Plans are being mado for holding tho first annual doll and continue fair sponsored by iho WPA In the arts and crafts schoolroom at 410 North alroet, whi'rM at prfiHont frois Instruction Is being Klvan. Tho dftto for Urn show lion boon announced for Friday, September 11. Hour* will bo from 10 to 12 o'clock In Ihn morning and 1 to 4 o'clock In Iho nftornotin. J'rlMH will bo awarded for the oldest doll, bent-drosHitd doll, smallest doll and laCKVNt doll. In drosnliiK tholr dolls, iliii 'chUdrnn who hitvo taken part havo been schooled In tho dnv«lu|>morit of tho Intost slyloH, In- cliiditig the making of knitwear. children up to 14 years of ago may etilor their dolls at the arts and crafts school, whloh is ofjcn dally «*• c<!|it Hatnnlay and Hunday. All entries must bo registered. — •»*'* Temperance Union to Plan Convention TAKT, Sept. 4,—Taft W. C, T. U. will hold a special meeting In tho Presbyterian Church Wednesday. flo)>tmnb<;r H, to complota plans for tho comity cunvonllon to hu -hold hern HupU'inhor It. Tim commit too Invltt'N nil pastors and thnlr wlvrts to ho the gimsts of tho Taft union on thnl day. Man, 61, Collapses; Dog Stands by Him I'rem Lcatvil Wtrt) 1,<M ANflKI.ICH. Hi'pl. 4. —Whon 0. Tl UuHni-ll, ill, ('ollupMud downtown, II|H iiinull whlto dog refused to IPIIVO him. VVbi-n I bo runbulunuo arrived, tho dog lioppoil in, too. At tho police rccolvlliK honpllnl, Uussfjll's pet followed h|« ntr'jtuhor Into a ward, Hlnff nurMen dncldod to put the dug nut. Hut ho remained qulot al- I bough Anxious In bin atlltudo. Today lid croiivhwi! lit tbo font of blH inmlor'H bud, waiting for him to rrrovcr. Thn ruirnnii havo rolentod. »« « Ontario, Calif., to Take Wine Profits i \finr<t)lnt I'rmii ItnitA Wirt) ONTARIO, H«pt. 4.—Tho rlty of )nlNrlo, known slntm Us oiirllful, his- ory as n c'liumplon of prohibition, vlll lako «omo profit from thn w|n« liuliislry for tb« second consecutive The olty Harvlna manager was nutborlznd by ih« council to <]l«pos* of tho wine gnipo crop from the old city sowor farm. Ijiist. t year tit* crop brought $i;i»0 from tho wine- ITS HERE FOR 1937 AMERICA'S MOST COPIED RADIO Again A Y*mr FIATUMKS YOU NEVEK S AW 0 M NEAND •!• FORE ON ANY RADIO $29.95 5750.00 lny Com* into our ttoie and look ov«r theve new Zeniths. An unbelievable number ef modeli to ohoote from. Prioei •o moderate, you will wonder how a manufacturer with a 20-year reputation for making $2,900 radio* oan do it Wltham & Boolk Full Schedule of Events Is Arranged for Horse Show 'T'AIfT, Sept. 4.—At a moetlftgr of •*• tho Kern County Horse Show Association Wednesday night in tb» Olty halt, plans were completed' for tho second annual Kofn county horso show to b« held at Franklin Park, Taft. nightly at 8 o'clock for thrao nights, ftoplcmbcr 26, 20 and 27. Mayor K. 0. Kinmons, president of tho association, presided over tho rnnetlng. KoprosnntAllvcs of tho Rotary Club, Klwanto C'llib, chamber of commnrco and 20-30 Club were In atlondanca and pledged their co-op- oration. Premium lists have Just been In- iiuod. Hotary blankH vrefa sent to hors* owners throughout tho state some lime ago and a splendid reaction In favor of iho horse show, has been revealed In communications ro- celvod to date. A heavy demand Is being shown for stall reservations and all Indications aro that iho.com- ing horsij show will far surpass tho Initial show of last ycnr. Kntrlss for the horso show will close September JS. A total of 25 events hiis been llstod, with more Wedding Last May ReveaTed^by Pair TABT, Hept. 4.— Mr. and Mrs. .T. F. Dullrnan are announcing the wedding of I heir daughter Irena to Dalton F, Hobortson of Taft. They were MUloUy married in Los Vegas, Nov., lust. May 2. Tho ceremony wn.« por- formed by tho Hov, Ford Jj. Glllmrl, a Mothodlst pastor. Attlrod In a dark blue taffeta drssii, with whlto trimmings nnd hat and shoQH to maid), tho brldo wore a corsngo of gardenias and ros«s, A gold bracelet which was worn by her mother on hor wedding day, was tho ornament of hei' costume. Tho young couple, who both at- tumlod Taft Union Jllgh Hchool, spent tholr honeymoon at Boulder Uani, which \viu> followed by a trip to tho Han Dingo Exposition. Thoy will nmU(« Ihnlr horns In Taft. . than 1700 posted In cash prizes, In addition to trophies and ribbons. The ovonts Include the hunter or Jumpnr class, handy hunter,- triple bar Jump, handy hunter without wings, 0-galtod saddle horses, G- Halted saddle horses for women, combination 6-galted saddlehorses, Finn burnous horse, single; Shetland ponl'-H In harness, single, In pairs and In tandem; hackney ponies In harness, single, pairs and' tandem; western appointment class, lightweight stock horses, heavyweight slock horses, championship stake for stock horses, lightweight polo ponies, heavyweight polo ponies, grand championship for polo ponies, Bale class, park or road hacks, English equipment and western equipment, children's mounts, get-away. Other events Include tho Kern county cattleman's contest, open stock horse class, Korn county c6W hands nicer stopping contest, steer wrestling, girls' steor stopping contest, bronc riding, wild cow milking contest and wild how race. Clowns, trick riders, trick ropers, exhibitions and special ovpnts .are nlso planned and will be announced later. Dictator of Taft Moose Quits Post TAFT, Hopt. 4.—Hobert L.. Patterton" member of tho supremo forum of tho Ijoyal Order of Mbose, and Regional Director Qeorgo Shaw attended a special meeting of Taft Mooso lodge-TiiKbday night. Dictator Hughlo Pfuhl tendered bis resignation as tho highest official of tho lodgo and was granted a withdrawn! curd. Guy Jiorryhlll was appointed dictator by Director Shaw. / * » » KIGHT VOTES WIN SAN HEHNARDINO, Sept. 4. (A. P.)—Kight votes won tho Republican Assembly nomination for Wardwell D. Evans, Han Bernardino lawyer, and arrayed him today ugalnst tho Democratic Incumbent, Godfrey Andrews of Upland. Ladies* Night Set by Wayside Elks TAUT, Sept. 4.—'Elks met Wednesday night In tho Elka homo with Exalted Ruler Robert C. Dear pi-tinkling. This was the first regular meeting 1 following tho summer vacation schedule of one meeting a month, and henceforth meetings will be held each Wednesday night. A. J, Morse announced a ladled' night party for Saturday, September 12, with Hollywood entertainment to bo provided, followed by a lunch and dancing from 10 to 12 o'clock. Tho exalted ruler reported on the grand lodge convention at Los Angeles. W. G. Harris announced plans for the first fall dance to be held September 10. Tho ntftto convention will bo held In Oakland September 24 tq 26 and will find Taft lodge well represented. A number of applications for membership wcro redd. Arrangements were made for a bridge and pinochle tournament to start in October and run through December. Church Directors Will Meet Monday TAFT, Sept. •».—Tho -first fall board mooting of tho Christian Church will bo held at tho pastor's homo, Monday evening, September 7, at 7:30 o'clock. Tho pastor, the Reverend Mupes Stanley, requests a full attendance, aa business of Importance Is to be brought, before tho gathering, « i » Odd Fellows Call Meeting^ Tonight TAIT, Sept. 4.—Taft Encampment No. 113, Odd Fellows, will meet In regular session Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. AH patriarchs aro requested to bo present, as arrangements will bo made to Journey to Bakersfleld tho Is tier part of Octo ; ber, where tho lodgo has been asked to confer a degree. Rehearsals will bo held. FELLOWS FEIAOWS, Sept 4.—Mr. and Mrs. 0. »XX Osborn of the Associated lease have moved thele homo to Fellow* where they are now residing. Mesdames C. A. Lindsay and Fred Formway of the L. and F. Shoppe left Wednesday morning for "Lot Angeles where they will do their fall buying for two days. , Mrs. Sam Miles has returned home from San Simeon aft6r two weeks' visit with her son and daughter-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miles. After a two months' outing 1 at Greenhorn, Mrs. AVado H. Barnes and children, Lucille, Ruth . and David have returned home. They wore accompanied home by TWver- end Barnes who has been with them for tho past two weeks. Kathryn Barnes remained at Greenhorn with friends and will attend the Christian Endeavor conference tills next week end. After a two weeks' vacation spent at the southern beaches, Mr, and Mrs. CJ. H. Farr Jmvp returned home. Las Amigas Club Resumes Sessions MARICOPA. Sept, 4.—Members of the Las Amigas Club entertained at a potluck dinner In the Masonic Temple on Wednesday afternoon in observation of tho fall opening of the club. Mrs. Alta Klnkade was in Charge In tho absence of Mrs, Charles Dower. The hostesses were Mrs. Eleanor Holmes and Mrs. May White. Plans were made for the bazaar and country fair to be conducted by the club in the Masonic temple on October 10. Others present were Mesdames Laura Walters, Lorena Dale, 15dna Starbuck, Sablna Hixon, May Banks, Mattlo Hnrkleroad, Elva Blggerstaff, Luclnda Tarr, Frances Bryson, Clara Daniels and Oussle Russell. Announcement was also mado of tho opening meeting of Marlcopa Chapter, O. E. 8., to bo conducted by Mrs. Gusule Russell, worthy matron, and Chitrles Dower, worthy patron, on Tuesday evening, September 8, at 8 o'clock, when.summer vacation reports will be given by members and others. Truck Loaded With Cattle Plunges -Over Bank Near Marlcopa MARICOPA, Sept. 4.— A. man narrowly escaped death, but suffered from nhock and etposur* and possible concussion, when th« large truck in which he was trans- ferrlng cattle from Cuyama valley plunged over a steep embankment and crashed into the canyon bed several > hundred feet below on a sharp curve on Grocer grade west of Marlcopa Wednesday night. Tlwr accident happened about • p. m. and Friedman, who was pinned under the wrecked car, was found by a passerby, O. U. Adam* of Taft, at about 6:80 o'clock Thursday morning and taken to the Taft Community Hospital. Six of the cattle were killed outright, one wan uninjured and another injured and waa killed later. f, ,«*«• CONSUMERS 1424 17 ill STKIIT EDIT tk,»t 4(4 Fix lilt H ttn«t ' Mini 1114 Our °mxp«rltno« Ai»ur«l Y*ur

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