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THB UAKEKSt'iiiLD CAUFORNIAN, 4, 1936 1 CIAL 10 HEAR OELEGAIES SPEAK Reports on Sink' Mot-linn lo DC Given Tonight; Will Review Program lipporis of tin' Han I)lr«n Hlnti' convMilInn will bo heard by iwmbnrfi Of tiiild ruflrld UidKP No. •n.'l. T,oynl Order of Montr, inriMliiK lit 8 o'clock tonight lii thi'lr ii''w Innil Ion in Druid*' hull. 711 Knmni-i ntre"t, Ku«l BnkrrHflPld. The K'lthcrltiK will bo Hurry KrniiKh. Hiiy .1, KIIKMI'' Hlrnuil, di'li'K Baker, lOd Imrrow mid Thompson, altprnatPH, nnd L.Hlrd, lhi> IIPW vicp-prcH Bnn JoiKinln vnlli-y dlMtrlct Mr.^l.nlrd will prPHPMt n n-port on th" pn.Ht yi'ar'H mtlvltv of HIP sluln jMrs. Rich Guest ! at Exhibit Held ' in New Gallery MISS ANNE V. RICH of thin •*•' rity WAH Among the scores of out of Htnto vlnllorH who attend- od the opcnlnif of I In- Lymc Art AHHorlatlnn's fourth nnnunl iiu- tiimn rxhlhltion of oil pninllnifH ami NCiilpttirr In Old Lyme, Conn. In 1002 n hnndful of pulntorH Ciive a two-day exhibition In the ptilillr library. Now 35 nrllhl riii'iiibiTN own their own Rallt-ry on the lloNlon I'ost rond. Mnnv of the oxhililtlon.i have roine from Cnllfornin. Nledeffer I by! ami i M; Ira I Hi v Id nt for . HmniMl Illnlmlidl, dli-tni»r nnhn nil mi'fnhi'rfl to \tr- pr*-Hrnl. n n nniinrln/f Impurtiinl luiHlni-HH Tin- full lodK" yin>ifrnni u III lir outllii'd Mr. HIiilHiIrll IK ,IH|<|IIK HK'nilii'iH to notr. Mint Hi' 1 rnfi'tlMK will l>" hi'ld fit tmildn' hull. 711 HiiinniT idn-fil, IIH this IN Hi' 1 firm to In rnndiii led In t.liii new loeatlon. TWIN (;nti.s KOH I',YI-;\V YORK. srpt. i in 1 . iv> --\ Twin fflrlH were horn today lo Mrn. i A.1 Knixln, wife of Al l'Y;t7.ln, nnllu | HUMOiinec'r for Mndlnnn Hiiunrc Our den mill runny eiiotem nportlriK «v<mlH. ,Mr«, Prnzln hefon- her mm \ riiiK' 1 u-n« Horothy .fane Minltli, of ; Sun Krmn Iweo. who luid iippenred In j "fiiiy Purer" nnd "Show illil" Birthday Occasion of Delano Surprise HKI.ANo. Hop'. 4.- -Mrs. Wllltiim rtnliliiN.il] wrin plennitnlly nurprlHi-d on Mondiiy when her HlHter, Mrs. Nimh L. HriulreH and her daiiglilprs and Iheh hiiNhiindti and n few friends arrived lit her home with luncheon, the oecimlon being Mrs. ItolilnMon'H lilrthday nnnlversnry. Many lovely KlftH \vero preHi-nlPil to her (•'.nJoyliiK luncheon with MrM. Tloh- IIIHOII were Mm Hubert A HryailM or I'lxlej. Mm. lleorge L Klnx, Mr. and Mrn. J. I,. Krymlre, Mr. nnd Mrs. Knill (llriird. Mrs. i 'buries HUtK" Mr. nnd Mrn. .InNcph Itnliln- HOII, Mix. (Inn U' |(|( In,i:\nn\i nnd Mrs. Noah I,. Siiulri-H. -«.-»-»> ._— rr.ru TO MKKT 'lejnn Hoelal Club of Tejon Court, Ordei of (he Aiiininnlh. will hold UH (lint mooting of the full In the club rooniM of M,im,n|c temple nt H o'clock Frldny eveiilnK Mm Carrie Miller IH chairman of nri•iingi-ni' > nlM. $ 5 FASHION FLOOR VELOURS Go "DRESSY" Too! "Litllr velours" for Iliosi- of you wild wnnt vcloui-H for Ilic red Irl- UT "dnlt-." iM-nlli.TN fly Mull. Hil>- IKIIIN do nirlwlircls. Veils fly lo Hie liree/.e. Hindi tuid brown. So deep-iiiipped. so dil'1'erenl, HO smart! BROCK'S /mi'tationi' l-ot. Cm M. C. P. Put L«mon Juki 1 i-C.p of Sujn f TiMpaoni M. C. P. Llmi-L»on '/ Mu llitii iKotouftily, rtlrtlni w«ll I* dlnolvt iu|M, TVh P«i(<<l mlilni lyiup li««pi bidiftnluly In i«lrlt«nloi, In lovtiid |ltn |«i...i«dy lor ««iy ui« wK«n wnnUd. M. C. P. Limwt JUu h lh< mluitl, putt |«k« of C«ll- lainlt Itmoni, convmtaMly ctnnid... M. C, P. U , "AiJ'lJJ.I "» " mi-Ltmon Ala tail th« pur< top Hiroc «nd bouqtitt of fifth hiMt and Umoni, M.C.P. Lemon juice and n i, Lime-iemon AID • I ill 100 d jioctii Delegates Summarize Large Department Meet; Finn Coming Events ! llcporiH of thn dnparlmimt. con- I vrntlon In Hollywood, AiiKuot 10, ! II, 12 and 1,1, plans for uo-opcratlng with thn lit mi In bringing C.'o. A. J. i ll'ildfrinun, Hurvlvor of the Lost ' HaUnllim to HnkerBfleld, armouncn- i nil-lit of a council tnootlng Spptom- j b«>r 13 In Ti'lmclmpl and arrange- ; mi'iitn for a curd party Hoptcmbor 18 wi-r" a fow fi'itluruH of tho first fall iniM-tlnn of l''ninlt H. Hoynoldn Unit No. 2(1, Ainitrloan l^oglon Auxiliary. Tho Mi-HBlon was hold at huglon hall Ttiut-Hduy nlKlit with Mr». Wayno P. i Ni-lnon prn«ldliig. (,'nloiii'l Uoldnnnnn IH In charge of i Vnunlvlllc Vulnraiin' homn. Ho will 'l.i- liii-iti'd lo H|>vak on vntorann' log- Iwlntlon mid dlncuHM tho Lout Hat| tulton. Kor Drill T»!Bin Mrs \\'lllnrd Mlchanln, drill loam tdiiilrinan. minoimci'd n ineollng Hvp- , ti'tntii-r It to whlrb nil tni'inbiTH In• ti'rimtod In thi) team arr blddon. A maniiK'T and riiptaln will bo olpcled ' MI-H. \Vnllin-n Ili>i»d WIIH choHon :''hiilririnn uf Krnnllfr Days activltlea for i'rank H. IlnynnldH Auxiliary. l''lvc hundred and brldRo will bo plnyi'd nt thi' card party which IM l HIH for « o'clock (it I/eglon hull, | Hi'ptrinbi'r 10. i On .Mcinlicrfihlp |. Thi< unit will i-ondiu't a drive for ii"w iiicinborM I bin fall. It being tho i Imp' 1 uf tin- sporidor* that 21 rocrultg will In- olitiilncd by October. If BO, u pnrty will cpli'brato thn occimlon, Mr«. Mnrvln Anglln announced. Tho drlvn will rioBii March 81, after which prlzi'H will bo awarded. Mm, Ni-lsiin proHiMiti-d Mrs. Jack I WHIP, first doli'Ruto who called on thoNo who iillnndi'il convention for ri'liorlM IIH followM; ItpporlN Mode I'hlld wolfaro, radio and Junior nuxlllary worn toptcn of Mrn. Hi-nry I'nwcll. MI-M. 1'owoll I'xplalnod, niiifing othi-r llilnifH, that a trophy for junior iictlvIllnH will bn awardi-d I'lii'h Ni'iiHon, and If rccolvcd thrc-u yi'iiiii In HUl'ci'nHlon will bo pitrina- iii-nlly lidHlowi'il. Hbo Hiild that 23 di'U'KiitPii nnd ^M iilitM-iiaiPH had bnon rim •((.() to niillnniil ronviMitlon In i '!••' I'lmid. tin' rhnlri- Includlnit Mrs. .liii-li liniiir of Itiild-rfifli'lil and Mm. (inrdoll hi'Ul.'l of l''f|lnws. Oil Cnnli'Ht, Mm Mnrvln Anglln lunpllfli>d thn rppnrt mid adili'd Unit unllHwIll hav« j iirhonl nliidiMilH, who pnlnr pontiir I'onti'niH, windy flag miles bi'foro pn- ti-rliiK In Ihn fntiiri-. Hhp antiouiu-i-tl Aliiini-dn ulrio i-luh won thi> ronlcHt. Thi' rlnli ii'pri'Hi'iitii thn unit from whli'h UH' di'pnrlmi'iK pri'Hldi'nt, Mm. Itnlli Mnlhi'linl. WIIH eloi'lpd. Him iliv nrrllii-il i IIP rlluallHllr work of Mny- vvnod ilrlll ti'iiui whli'b took fllHt l>lui-i' In rllnnllHlli- work ami an- iiouni'pil tlmt Hpvi'iitfPiith district hud won Ht'rond pint 1 !'. ('iinininnlty Srrvlce MCH. \Vllllnin KiibiMi, ri'porllng i»n roinniunlty NI-I vlci>, told of I IIP flm> proji'i'lM iici'oinpllMliiMl Many Union HIP auxiliary linti hi>i>n laiidi'd for nchli'Vlng proJpctH nt which nthor Ki'outiH IIIIVP lulled. Shn iilno told of dlNtrli-iH 14, IT. and 21 winning a first pine" (InnI In thn pnradp; HIP local unit In Included In dlxtrli't U>. l)i;- Innn Junloi-H won fh'Hl placn for ImvliiK th» moHl gpiipritl ni'llvltlnn. Ui'orijn VViiMhliiKton I'nlt of thp HIM PHI h dlHlrtcl won flrwt pluci' for! pnl'lli-lly. It \van dlnrloui'd. | Oilier ArtlvKli-N j Mm. iMiiitf 1 dlMruiiMpd popp>' nalo nnd i'.\|ilalni'd that HIP date will bo HIP nnnip. Tho i'arid Marki MP mortal Piliicnllon fund projpi-t WIIH ndopliMl. l.lndmiy HoiiH of l.pglon M inIM| In HIP iiarndiv Mrs Li'otmrd Hall dPHcrlbi-d Ihn lin|n'1'nnlvp niPinorlitl Hprvlcp hold IIP fun- cnnvi'Mllon and pxplalnod that It hud IIPPII wi'll nttpiidi'd Mi'H, Itnv i'm MH|P, whl WIIH pjpctpd flnnnrn I'hnliinmi for HIP IIPW tPrni, priilipil lipr pri'dpri'HBorH for thplr I'oinpli'tii rpporlH nnd pxplnltipd that HIP convpiiHtin bad IIPPII WP|| cov- pri-d by tlipin. Him wnH drill ti-ani rhiilrnmn for tho dupartiuotu liutl ypar. MfH Itrurp l.lltln wiiu prpHpnti'd with a nilnlnliirn ciiHh roRlilor hold- Inii -u I'linh nin. I'hl Onmrna MoctM Ttoutlno bimlnomi WII.H clnarnd and fall and winter activities 'planned when ftltfina Phi Oainhm norority mnl at Wonmn'H Club hall WndnoH- day niffht with Ml«« Martha Graham prwildlnff. Thn roster of young malronH and ml«H<!H coiiiiirlwlng tho wororlty Inclildn: Mcfldnnioi)— Italph Matoon Fred Carli«ln Cleorffij C!arlHon KPimoth lllcard« L. r,. DavlH U'aliprWolls Iludd W«r« Krlc Johnson , CharlDH Conklln Opnvor Snictxor M..JI. Almond A. D. I.terry J^roornnn Howard Laiiter OhnmblcHH fMlnton Fowlor Kinniott Hinlth Kropinan Orttlllob Koch Hproyur Jjtto Han kin Al I'rlco Ml/JBBH— Yvottp ( lupydiin Ireno Itoux Martha Orahani Tliprpsa Kplly 1'jloanor .Smith AllcftCobb Alice Hldart Sequoia Circle Will Sponsor_Card Party I'lvonls of thn wcolt Includn a card intrty Kahmlay nlKht of Sequoia, Cln'lp, NolKhhorn of Woodcraft at tin- homo of Mi-8. F, 10. Hpriigun, 1205 lOlKlitli Nlrpol. Aci'ordliiK tu thn j hoHtp.itn'M, MI-N. Albert Moon nnd I.MIH. liPiu-Ko ItiKlmin, flvo hundred ! will lin plnyod for prison and rofrosh- IIIPIll.4 Will I>P HIM'VIHl. Rexton Reed ; Henry Schwab Pianist Violinist i I'ullj aulhorUi'd iihsUlmit in Alfred Minn Itfli, world fiunons illiotpr |||IUI|N|. Mr. Hood will tdvp prlvntc l'"i BOIIH and U!HO cln»« IPIIHIUIH for yoilliK HltldplilH IIHliiK ini'i'linn Icnl IteyboardH provldpd uiih out CCIH) to thu HtiidpntH Trlii' for clans IPNHOIIH, JD pi»r month •<> Kor I>|R|I| J-I-III-N it sludriit In Miirupo of Curl Mrsrh, Spl\\a liiiusli.v, and ,liioi|iii<s 'riiliiiiuil. Mi Si-hvvuli «IU nl\i. pilvuti- Illul rlll'lH lOHM.IIIH. lllvlllhl!) hlH llnif ln>l\v«<i>n lliiluM-Hllfld mid V'i'iiliirii AM h|s trurliliiir tlinr In Htrlrtly lltnlli'd. fitu di'iitH idiiiiild furnll.iit nun- For Infonualion. Tvlcphonc 20IS or Call at 1515 Fourteenth Street Mr. Mirovitdi will uppi'ar us soloist with the SUnulitrd Oil Symphony Orchestra over NIK*.,playing Hie lluhen- stein Concerto, Thursday, September '|7. 'ri.'NK IN'! DOX FOR POTS AND PANS Auk Your Groctr Tom Sawyor, distributor ehookt COLDS 0 and FEVER t flrtt day ».i..V NM. 'Drw m«<"«>» " »>l««»»«. Try •<nut-M(-TliM"~W*rld l l B«l Llnlmnl GRUNOW Rifrlgiratiri—Rtdloi JOHN R. HUFF Phone 2410 1181 Ohtittr Avenui llfty«« VlrKlnla Voorhlca Allco Unnkln Martha Ouridlach Marlotta Smith Knchdcl Kankln Uctty Graham AERIAL DERBY Sorority Resumes Gamma Kappa Phi sorority members opened their fall schedule last evening at Land Company building with a. business nesslon presided over by Mrs. Clalr Marchlno, president, Officers were nominated. for the new tiyrn and will be elected September 8. Hoclal events were dlacuneod. Members Include: Mewlumns — Wttllli! Dieter .John Hamilton Clyde Barboau George Knyder Oran Sholnr William Persel .facie Unger Hobloy Miller Clay Thompson Kenneth Armls- EclWard Kuohn lead Clnlr Miirchlno IClwyn Kolly Jvcslle Mayes Louis Lomucchl A ndro w Bono AS'alter Haupt- Lois demon man M IHSPB — Mary Kchnnl- Lois Dumble fl'io Kae Dumble Jeanne lOchonl- Joan Christie quo JJpNInn Hay- Armanda Guey- montl dan Loona Guoydan * * * . Double l,aycUe Shower A double layotte shower was given In compliment to Mrs. Vernon Kornp anil MI-H. Khvood Blind recently when Mrs. ISugono Mason, 1710 Twenty-fifth nti-pet, entertained at hor hump. I'I-IUPH In games wont to MIsH Virginia Wright and Mrs. Joe The hOHtess was asHlHtod by Miss Wright In arranging dainty pink and white appointments and In serving rnfroslitncntM. Attending besides the hostess and hor two guests of honor were: Mosdamcs — Lawrence Mon- Dewoy Spray- toll berry John Ilpyart Joe UlenleV Howard Robert- Lonnlo Gundy son Virgil MahasBory Ben ton Mason Misses — Jacqueline Loo Gregory Montell Robertson Ronald Kemp Patty Mnhasspry Myra Mae Mason Virginia Wright • * " • Popular Couple KiiKiiRed >• Mrs. J. 13, Otipyilan haw an- nou need tho betrothal of hor daughter Miss Tvetto J. Gueydan to Howard A. Hoedfr ,tho Bon of J, F. Boeder. Tho troth was rnado known In- fnrmnlly to frliMids of tho young iviuplo UH was the date of the wedding, Soplpmbnr L'9, at St. Joseph Cntholli- Chiiri-h. j Moth young people are active In this Htjulont and social HP! of Hak- I ersflvld, thp attractive hrldp-olect bo- j Ing a tncmbr-r of SlKitui l-'lil Gamma ' sornrlty. Mr. Hopder l.s employed by the Mohawk Oil Company in Its refinery department. -- "• > » j Entertain Student, j and Father Locally Kn roulo to Itoston to enroll In tho Massachusetts Instltato of Technology, Knight Carnon, non of Merwln Curnon, supnrlntendont fo the Inter Island Steam Navigation Company of Honolulu, was a rijccnt guest of bin grandmother, Mrs. C. H. Carson and his aunt, Miss Marlon V. Carson, of the Mimley apartments Ho wan meotliig htn mother In San Francisco, who was to accompany him oaut. Tho student recently was graduated from Culver Military Academy In Indiana whore ho won sovoral honors Including acknowledgements of his skill In horsemanship. KERSEY TO HEAD State Superintendent to Take Over New Duties on February 1 (A ttncinttd Pre»» //caned Wire) LOH ANGELES, Sept. 4.—Vlerllng Kersey, State Superintendent, of Public Instruction, will become superintendent of tho Los Angeles city school district for a four-year term, beginning February 1, 1937, Succeeds Bouelte Tho Board of Kdueallon, with six members voting In affirmative and thfl seventh silent, today had elected Kersey to succeed Frank A. Bouelle, who tendered his resignation because of. ill health. Tho Los Angeles school position' has paid $12,000 yearly, J7000 more than Kersey's salary from tho Btato, Bouello has been superintendent through two four-year terms, tho second expiring in February, Mrs. Margaroto Clark, board mem- bor who declined to vote, explained her action by saying sho did not disapprove of Kersey, but hesitated at approving "tho hasty action in electing a successor to Mr. Bouello. Expresses I'lensuro Prior to tho election sho had urged tho candidacies of John Studebaker, U. S. Commissioner of Education; Miss Charl Williams, executive secretary of tho National Education Association, and Dr. Carleton Wash- burno of WInnetka, 111. Board President John F. Dalton expressed pleasure at Kersey's selection because "ho Is a California man qualified in all respects to fill tho position." Landon Leads in DigestPoll, 2-1 (Un<tcd 1'rcti tenncA Wlrr) NEW YORK. Sept. 4.—More than 24,000 ballots from four states In tho first tabulated returns of tho Literary Digest's test poll on presidential candidates gave Governor Alt M. Landon, tho Republican nominee, a two to onp lead over President UoosoveH today. In the four states covered— Maine. .New Jersey, Now York and Pennsylvania—tho Digest reported Governor Landon received l(i.05G ballots to President Roosevelt's 7845. Representative William Lemke of North Dakota, tho Union party nominee, received 746 votes, and 234 wore scattered among the other candidates. Tho Literary Digest pointed out editorially tho counted returns were monger and not a reliable basis for predictions. Tho magasr.lno also pointed out none of tho ballots reported was from Now York City, Philadelphia or Pittsburgh "where President Roosevelt's strength is claimed by so many political observers to bo greatest." Governor London's lead was greatest In Maine, where he received 1831 votes to tho President's C22. National Anthem Has Anniversary on September 14 TV/TEMBERS of local patriotic • L ' x «troups are calling attention to the fact that September 14 Is the one hundred and twenty-second anniversary of the writing of the national anthem, "Star-Spangled Banner." To inform persons on Its history, the local unit, American Legion Auxiliary, is publicizing the following story of its writing: In 1812 Dr. William Bcancs was a prisoner of war taken by General Ross for 1 resisting plunderers from the British army. Francis Scott Key sought his release but was detained on board the ship. All through the night of September 13 the bombardment continued. The rockets provided "a red glare and bombs burst in the air." Through all this the two could see the American battle flag and thus know that the fort had not fallen. So Key was inspired with patriotic fervor and drafted the song on an envelope. OE1LAYSPLAN Five Candidates to Be Given New Rank; Dance lo Be Held Soon At the first fall meeting of Bakersfield Chapter, Order of De Molay last night, Charles Moore, master councilor, announced that the T>e Molay degree will be conferred upon five candidates Thursday evening in the chapter room in tho Masonic temple. These candidates took their first degree at the open air rites at Korn river two weeks ago. They include MOJC Bayless, Jr., Bob Ma- loiif, Herbert Malouf, Philip Hartely and Gene Ross. It was announced by Leonard Turoski, who is in charge of the arrangements for a dance to bo held September 18, that everything is in readiness for. tho affair. Posters have been distributed about tho city. A communication was received from grand council asking that tho chapter observe one minute of silent prayer in memory of tho late Goorgo II. Dorn, secretary of war and deputy grand master of the Grand Council of tho Order of Do Molay, who passed away at Washington, D. C., Thursday morning, August 27. A valley meeting will be held in Bakersfleld in conjunction . with I Frontier Days. 4 l » U. C U A. HIRES DR. OSBORN LOS ANGELES, Sept. 4. (A. P.)— Dr. Andrew D. Osborn 'of New York will assume the directorship of tho new library service school at tho University of Southern California September 14, President Rufus B. Von KlolnSmld announced today. WILL OBJECT League of Women Voters to Sponsor Sessions , Before Election To have explained proposed constitutional amendments and other measures whlcli will appear on the ballot In November, the Kern county unit of the League of Women Voters will sponsor three meetings at weekly intervals before the election, Qualified speakers will be present to explain the measures and answer questions. According to present plans a part, of tho meetings will be given over to candidates. Miss Monto Bedwoll will preside. A. meeting of the program committee was held Wednesday evening at Hotel El Tejon. Barbers May Keep Open Seven Days '•"if A norAatcd frett Laatrit Wire) FRANCISCO, Sept. 4.— Bap- bers who wish to keep their shops open seven days a week may do BO hereafter without violating the California six-day barber law. The Supreme Court ruled the law unconstitutional, declaring It was "discriminatory." The ruling was mado when Mannle Scaranlno, a barber arrested for operating a shop on Sunday, was grunted a writ of habeas corpus. The court said that "a law which singles out a single profession or calling for regulation Is speclalodeg- Islatlon and repugnant to the federal and state constitutions," PEPPER PLANTING HEAVY SAN DIEGO, Sept. 4. (A. P.)— R. R. McLean, county agricultural commissioner, reports large planting of bell and yellow peppers for Decem- • ber harvesting. 4 I > APIUCOT CROP LIGHTER VENTURA, Sept. 4. (A. P.).— Com- . pletlon of the apricot harvest In the county reveals 900 loris of dried fruit, about one-third of normal. How to Overcome Piles or Rectal Soreness If you are annoyed with piles or rectal soreness, do not neglect the same or run tho risk of an operation. Any Itching, soroness or painful passage of stool Is nature.'!).warning and proper treatment should bo secured at once. For tuts purpose "Set from your druffglst a little Joe-Mint anil apply onoo or twice dally. This cool- Ing and soothing preparation quickly relieves the Itching and soroness, stops pain and heals the effected parts. Try It. Ice-Mint Is highly recommended and Is easy and pleasant to use. It seems the height of folly 1.0 risk an operation when a simple remedy that Is so easy to use may be had at such small cost.—Adv. OACK KROM niSACIl Mr. and Mrs. William Klcinpe.ll and family of 809 Oleander avenue have returned from a month'H vacation at Long Reach. Four otilHtnndliiK women pilots j InliitiK purl in the $5000 Kuth Clialtcrtdii (i-duy sportsman pll- I O(H' derby to the National Air ! Knees, in LOH AiiKclcs arc pictured above. They lire, lop, Mnr- j jory Unicc, 19, New York Cily; | left center, Cecile Hamilton. 19, youngest U. H. transport pilot; rlRltt renter. Kvelyn HudNon, Uk'iulnle, Cnlll'.; and lower photo, I'eKRy Hiilnmnn, Loiulou .society Kirl. Tho derby ends officially nt Sun Diego on September .H. SpMd-i-Mbt mulct* pi* cruit-tniking •n «xact telenet. Yet the mcxt in* txpcrionced pcrion can tnike perfect pie cruit with thit new already- prepared pic mix, to which you add only water. Perfect cruita in three minute*. Alwayi uniform. Failure hnpouible. A* eajy ai making a cup of tea! At your grocer*. Doctor Leaves Follow hia directions implicitly ... be guided by his long experience in the fight against contagion and disease* sickness and ill-health. For potent drugs, prescriptions and medicines needed to aid recovery, phone your Service Itrafg Store KIMBALL & STONE The Particular Druggists Phone 5S Phono 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakersfleld, Calif. lam Xgn.es I m made of genuine velour . . . (£lM7 my wings are subtly finished ip'7 witli ciro ... u bit of veil covers the forehead . . . I'll make your spirits soar. Closed All Day Monday, September 7 in Honor of LABOR DAY K & M CLEANERS 1919 M Street Phone 869 , -.4

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