The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 9, 1936 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 9, 1936
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j ' r f •L n 4 BAKEftSflELI) ;<&1J1F<^ i I t'4 A S91OXMENT of city school teachers for the 1030-37 Bchool year waft announced today toy L. K. Chenoweth, city superintendent. A total of 179 principals and teachers hive been assigned to the 14 city btl'tl^iri&ft. Twenty^four now teach- erfl.ure included in the list. Among the instructors returning to the staff from leaves of absence are: Miss Helen Hill, \vho hus been studying at Mills College, and Mrs, Genevleve Bumble and Mrs. Isabel Pedro. Now nt Emerson Kniorson—John I*. Compton, principal; Edith Bond, Emma Hed, Helen IX Knight, Mrs. Lucy Michael, Beverly Stancllff,' Blanche Begnler, llll- dcgarde I. Case, Bornico Jarrott, O. Dt-nn David, Myrtle F. Brown, Mrs. Millie Munsey, Mrs. Thelma Hoy, Margaret 13. McDonald, Bessie B. ' Vanneman, Mrs. Mary E. Lavcrs, Leona F. Brewster, Roger O. easier, Philip A. Niedorauer, Frances Saylor, Frances Fonfara, Qeorgo T. Harper, J; AV. 8. Fainter. Franklin • Mrs. Caroline P. Harris, principal; Eleanor O. Miner, Betty May, Oayle Mendelssohn, Edith' Fox, Bdythe Bandettlnl, Mrs. Helen -M. Hoefisel, ICathryn af. Walt. Fremont Walter B. Shoesmlth, principal; Mrs. Kathryn L. Calder, Beulah O. Blair. Mabel Brotherton, Audrey A, Gill, Zelma Parker, Flossie Mills, Myrtle Seaborn. Hawthorne Herbert I*. Blackburn, principal; Rita H. Flnley, Ruth E. Russell, Ruth Bailey, Leila Knapp, Lucile Proudfit, Lucella Wlescr, Mrs. Leola A. Hood, Mary a. Sullivan, Ilene Dennon, Betty Gould, Florence Stratton, Eugene Ford, Mrs. Margaret 8. Sago. Jefferson , Mrs. Neva W, Lawson, principal; Louise Wlllson, Elizabeth E. Wenzel, Alice V. Davis, Virginia Fullerton, Beatrice Munden, Oraco McCormlck, Belle Collins, Marthacllcn Broomfield, Helen Hill, Mrs. Dorothy Davy, Gail Durbln, Mra. Kathryn Jaeger; Joseph Tener, Lincoln Alfred Amos, principal; Mslert A* 1'auil, Marguerite Martin, Ada I*ar- aen, Laura ISKvood, Isabel Walden, Ijttura Aversente, Ada G. Hopkins* Mary F. 0111, Velda C, Lux,- Mrs. Oenevleve Dumble, Anno 12. OU«, Eleanor McClodkey, M. tollan IMnk- stbn. Blbcrt Kberfiolo, Mrs. Martha Arnold, Myra A* Noble, Irene Black" erby, L. Lloyd Drennafi, M^ngta Mattly, Rose Bewley, James W. Tinkle, Charles A. Ilolden, AfeHe J, Scates, Elolse Stadtmlllor, Longfellotr Mrs. Nellie B. Farnham, principal, Virginia XVllson, Margaret Shaf- frath, Catherine Dennis, Lennlce C. Eyraud, Helena King, Hallle Hoy, Alice Qriess, Mrn. Lauretta Pharis, Lowell Miss Josephine B. Stone pal, Jen MoRoberU, Mrs. prlncl- Juanltu i Fettle. Neva F. Hallsworth, Catherine Holland* Mrs, Ruth S. llonley, Marianna Bohna, Mrs. Mloteo Thompson, Dorothy Van Loan, Mrs, Lltta Pevestorff, Mrs. A. C. Mack, Mra. Helen AVadsworth. Horace Mann Mrs. Mathilda S. Davy, principal, Miss Gladys R, Hellbach. Mrs. Eleanor A. Voorhles, Mary Louise Parsons, Mrs, Mary K. Apperson, Virginia Getchell, Johnnnah Long, Mrs. Isabel D. Pedro. McKinloy Anna "K. "Wulser, principal, Irene S. Main, Nora P. Cady, Myrtle G. Gribble, Norah Trafton, Irene Curfman, Mrs. Kate 8, Asblll, Blanche E. Root, Ralph Nathan. William Penn Mrs. Claro McNamara, principal, Emma Buckmaster, Kvolyn Orr, Marcclla Bchwlnn, Lillian Sturz, Mrs. Rena J. Wilson, Harriet F. Busfl. Roofleveli Miss Ruth C. Harding, principal; Mary Tyson. Margaret I. Nelll, Margaret 35. Hashlngcr, Merlo Mqffatt, Marie Long, Effie L. Blair» Bluebell Fulton, Alice B. Nlcoll, Katheryn Jenkins, OrvSlle M. Armstrong, Louise PltzGerald. Washington J. David Laird, principal; Mrs. Margaret M. Welch, Ruth Laurcnc. Evelyn Cavala, Mrs. Lovlna Parshall, Ralph K. Stockel, Bertha B. Dawson, Gladys C. Rachal, Docla Curfman, Mrs. Mary E. Johnstone, Mrs. Ruth Reese, Ruth Neiman, Dorothy May Gibson, Jack C. Parlter, Jcannettc G. Taylor, Sheldon \V. Hocssci. Williams Mrs. Viola I!. Blodget, prlnclpnl; Mrs. Mary S. Bayno, Mary M. Troutner, Edith M. McWIlllams, Lucille I. Hallet, Mary Inez Cash. Clara Lemert. Mrs. Alice J. Ilosking, Nadinc Ralnville, Eleanor Rohdorf, Sadlo Clendenen, Mrs. Allison Krames. Mra. Mary M. Sherman, Nora J. Burke. Grapevine P. T. A. Schedules Events Grapevine P. T. A. held a special meeting recently at tho home of Mrs. George Brunk at "Wheeler Hldge. Tho program was planned and outlined for the coming year. Mrs. n. A. Bore! was appointed second vice-president to finish the term of Mrs. Harry Hanna, who Is moving to Bakersfield. Mrs. Lotta Ashen was appointed assistant camp fire guardian of the Lebcc Camp Fire Girls. It was decided to have another barn danc^ this year, the date to bo announced later. A Father's night potluck supper and P. T. A. meeting were dis- j cussed for the latter part of September at the school house. After the business meeting, the women spent the remainder of the afternoon sewing. "Refreshments f wore Hfrvcd by the I ANN ANDERSON It only takes a minute Chase spots away quick! Especially when you're vacationing—and want to r look a little better than your best keep Standard Oil Cleaning Fluid handy. ' And don't forget r Olher Standard Oil housekeeping helps—Standard Oil Fly Spray, Standard Oil Self-Polish ing Wax, Standard Oil Paste or Liquid Wax* Announces the Fall Opening of Her Studio of Dancing on Thursday, September 10 Registration of oil piiptli on Soptcmber 10 through 17 from 9 a. m. to 5 p. in. Early enrollment 1« advtaed as classes will be scheduled starting September 19. Studio: Woman's Club Eighteenth and D. Phone 2998 Residence 1329 H Street Phone 1934-JX i'll OIL CO OF CALIFORNIA TWO GUESTS-ONE PRICE extra ch»foe f6r two persons occupytno tht «amt room THE MAYFLOWER LOS ANGELES'NEWEST moil centrally localtd downtown hotel. A " fc _ Directly aoros* from the Olltmore adjolninr beautiful Library Park RATES CUARANTEID AS WIUSHED ISO GV£3T ROOMS Double ltd i Choice, Twin or Deuble $2,50 $3,00 $3.50 KM* ntfiriRrt! You Jon't A««« fa bttfmtnt All Outside Rooms-All equipped with tub. shower or combination bath MONTEREY COCKTAIL ROOM OlfntHed • Inttmate • Sniert ' Popular Piano Everett Jones is now receiving new enrollments for lil« distinctive course*! in popular (Jazz) piano. Mr. Jones' method of teaching in as adaptable to the beginning student that ha« had no training in music na it is to the most capable musician. Don't mias thl« opporttfTflty to learn to play the eong hltn uf the day te . In a modem manner. For details please- phone 8370. Studio: 2429 Nineteenth Btreot. nstru M MAYFLOWER HpTft SIS IOUTH CRANP AVI. t-'l ONfc PRICE-TWO GUESTS Home • MAX BAYLESS ^ f f B«kertfield*i Succenful Teacher 1 r For Appointment* Call Studio Alta'VtoU 0rlv* * - ' ' ' PHONE II L t' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ -* '•' i.i' . - i . v . ,. r , • • j j ? . -' ,- ' '' • '-v*i -' : \-W.v . j r' •• :.-. --'-i v\ i; -u -H - .*. f-^m J ri^ /•*,. ,: -.'**••>' H I' - . I - vt: \ f - - -. • i- . .' ,. I - J I ^ I v J ><• * I-' 1 L -1 _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^_^^^. ^^^^^^^^L ^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^F ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^F^^ ^H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P AY ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^* 1926 St a rts Tomorrow 1936 CHARGE IT! Though the sale prices are one-fourth to one- half the original prices, we prefer thai you charge your purchase. Add it to your account, or if you are a new customer, open an account. Use either of the following: 1. 30-day charge account. 2. Budget account. (Small weekly or monthly payments) TO OFF STATEMENT BY Wash Dresses Formerly $7.95 RESSES! COATS! KNITS! ATS! SUITS! MISS McMAHAN September 10, 1920. 1 opened my Ladies' Rcady-to-Wear und MillincM'y Shop. You women of Kern county have made the urowth and development of my business possible. To show my appreciation, on this, our Tenth Birthdav, I am offering to you a "Sale of Sales" on dresses, coats, suits, knitwear, blouses and millinery. I am also including in this event all fur coats at August Sale prices. 1 invite my regular customers and all the women of Kern county to take advantage of Ibis opportunity. JESSIE McMAILAN. I i • ' Perfect for Early Autumn ANOTHER GROU P Formerly $8.95 to $11*95 Crashes, Imports, Linens; Tailored Original Styles—One and Two-Piece Few Styles at $1.98 LOUSES 39 DRESSES Dresses Formerly $12.95, NOW Formerly $14.95, NOW 26 Silk Dresses Formerly $34.75, NOW Formerly $24.75, NOW KNIT SUITS KNITS Formerly $12.95, NOW Formerly $24.75 Coats and Suits One-halt' Price and Less 17 Suits Formerly $22.75 Now ' -i - v- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^T^^^^^^' 95 I.:.' 11 White Coats Formerly $24.75, Slashed to 13 95 9 White Suits Formerly $24.75 Imported Silks, Sheers, Batistes (Formerly as high as $8.95) 13 95 (All 1937-Styled Fur Coate Are Offered During This Tenth Anniversary Sale) At Lowest AUGUST PRICES $49.50 to $495.00 NO EXCHANGES—NO REFUNDS MILLINERY Hats (Values formerly to $7.50) Now 98c ^ Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Shop -. - -.-ty. . •' ' '*!' . , '.' J K 1' V - H - l-l v'&t 1 /• -' A 4. - -- ?3' ' 1 ' . ' -/,' . i. 4> -''j*. :i,- £',>V: 1525 Nineteenth Street JESSIE McMAHAN q In the Brower Building: _ h ' j '.t. _Ti . • ..- .1 , ' . . *. / . - - • ' s * - '•* : ,$,-,-$ - '<--'.../ :-. ' , H -.' ... ,j, . - - n :M-.<':•?• - - 1 f *-'•/— 1^ •-....•' -9

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