The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 11, 1936 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 11, 1936
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4i*^.wiiw*My^^4«^«^^n l **^*T' ;t tWMi;H^«^ VW-kafj*-* <• * '-T™™^ •BROWN • GREEN •QHBY • BLACK -Ti | n;p T £ r "'F™ ^^^TWi^ V". ^ :f fpjF ' v v i , «' r s '' ' i / " * TH|! BAKEfcSFtetD CALIfORNtAN, FRIDAV, StiPTEMtttet 11, 1938 ' , J/ ' Genuine Goodyear Welts ^ Go to Town With a "Hi-Dc-Ho" in These MISSES'and GROWING GIRLS' We're headquarter*, for ^proved tnp »I)OP»' Mnde ol line quality Patent Leather, with flexible •DANCING TEACHERS tllrnc( | Rolen...and .pccinl molded ... Wt liH'lif ymi a | v , nl | n uin tnp» that really lap! ifilnif'.-cr i/iri|n.i|. Si/.cs, children'* 8*4 to women'* 8. iivo/ourln/iiHiifif ,, . . .... n Come in to b« littudl BROCK'S BHOCK'S—DOWNSTAIRS SHOES Was Eighty-one Years of Age on Admission Uny; Mnny Congratulate Him T'lmsInK his PlKhty-fli-Bt birthday WrrtnoBdny at tho Masonic homo, Onorgn A. Whllalcnr opined that whllo California was busy celebrating Its fllKlity-Nlxth tttinlvor«ary of alatnhood, It In only flvo yearn older than himself. Ho Is tho father of Mrs. M. T. OcUolt, 2007 Cndur wtroot. Whltakcr was born on California Admission day In Coshoclon, Ohio, the homo of Wllllinn Oreon, proal- denl of tho Amurlcan Federation of I<ubor. Id' wtarlod In his biiHlnesH carom- In Minnesota running an oat- Ing house on tho lino of tho Great Northern railway. ComliiK 'to California In ISSS he engaged In the nuirhlng and lumbering business In Kallbrook, Han Dingo county. Thenoo to Iturwlow uii an employe of the H/inta KG railway, thnnco to Bakersfield In tln> mercantile buslncsH, whoro ho 'A'i yearn. ItcciillH Warren In Jlakersfleld, Kurl Wairon'H na- llvn town, Whllakcr liken to recall somii of Warren's activities In bin boyhood diiyn. Onn of theno was Did familiar night of \Varron «olng about fnim place to placo driving his wi'll Ki'""in'id donkny hitched to a four-wheel carl. The youiitfstor wao wunt to stop at tho village wa- tcrhiK (rough und while the sturdy lltlln anlimil wan taking a drink Warren would ifll'!*j Into Whltnker's Hlorci for hlH dally ratfon of confectionery. Mason LOCAL HOMES WIN BRAISE FOR FINE DESIGN Bakersfield Civic Band Selects Staff of Officers; Planning Fall Concerts Tf LECTION of officers, plans for •*-' a concert In Bealo Park the latter part of the month and plans for other activities marked a meeting of the civic band held loBt night at the local high school music building. Lloyd Vath Is director of the band, MI«H Beatrice Hawthorne was elected president; Wilfred Wlebe, vice-president: James Bradford, secretary-treasurer; Carroll .Austin, manager; Martin Lowe, assistant manager; Barbara Hall, historian: Richard Stutzman, librarian; ' and Nathan KHower, publicity manager. The band has 26 or 30 members and entertained during the summer at the various community night programs) S. F. AUTO TOLL 106 SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 11. (U. P.)—Automobile accidents resulted In death to 100 persons in San Francisco during the past fiscal year, Coroner T. B. IV. Leland said today. During the same lima, how- over, 239 persons wore killed In accidental falls In their homes or whllo at work. John Hamilton; 4 George Snyder William Persel Robley Miller Kenneth Arml- SARDINB PLANT BEGUN PITTSBURO, Calif., Sept. 11. (A. P.)—Work was under way at the F. E. Booth Company today on a new (30,000 eardlno reduction plant. The new plant will handle approximately 15 tons of sardines an hour, giving the cannery a total capacity of 35 tons an hour. . -. Thin In the California adobe home of Mr. and Mrs. O. 15. Stanfiold, 2720 West Twenty-first street, picture In,I tho current Issue of "California Arts and Architecture." Whltaker hecaino a Maaon In fj'ililen Iflonco lodge, l^ltchfluld, Minn., In l«70. Ho afflllatod with I'hoenlx lodge nl Han (Inrnardlno In IMIK und will) Caledonia lodK" at l.lakernflelil In 11128. Ho has been an Odd Fellow nearly an many yearn IIH a MIIHOII. At Kallbrook bo tlm three-link lodgo lui noble At BaUernftnld lio wan u i nienilier .'ID yearn of lliu KnlglitH of 1'ylhlUH loilKo. A inillent. In the MiiHonlo home hoHpllal Whllaker Unlay received tlm lilrlbday Ki'eeliiigH of tlm mum- 1 lierN uf the home family, Including a hamlNomn hlrtInlay card hearing llin iLiilo|.;ni|>li HlKiiatiireH of half n hundred of Ihem, ami many flower*. I MM otilHlnniMiig Hervlcn during tho four yc-aiH ol' |||H reHldmice at tho homii IIIIM been In lliu rapaclly of roiTOMpnmleiit of tho MiiHoiilit trenllu biinni at Sun l''rariclnco. The (M'loueiiui Ian WIIM urq 1111 Ilili-d I wllli Clmi'loft A. Llnilborgh'H father , In Mtlle h'lUlN. Minn. rpwo Uakorsflelil houacn of tidobo .1. ronnl.ruRllon urn featured In tho ptirrent INNIIO of California Aria and Architecture. Tho I''lrmn.n Iflyruud and tho U. 10. Hlanflc-UI houses nro lljo Hiibjoot of Din article and Illustrations. Tho firman Hyraud hound IH shown by flvo lovoly vlowH of the exterior and Interior. Thft Ryraud homo, on tho corner oC Klowor and Htoekton HlriwlM.' has Incorporated In It many charming fnaturoH which Mrs. ISyraud, an expert In art circles, accomplished with tho rinHlHtancn of tho architect, Clarence- ('iilllinoro. Feat tiros Lauded Tho Ryraud homo IH ono of the flrnt recoil I ridobcn to 1m built In |loh Hakersfleld. Tho editor's note Bays' of It: "The Firman Kyraud house In Bakersfield, designed by Architect Clarence Chlllmore, Is typical of the dignity and suitability of adobe construction In California. This house which In 7 yours old will bo In excellent, condition and moro modern 10 years from now than many of tho newer but poorly designed houses of today. A Htutllo over tho garage Is reached from tho patio by an outRldo stairway. The long hall with Its thick walls and deep reveals Is cool and livable." Charm IH Slrnpllcty Tho article, accompanying the (Cnnllnuctl an Page Seventeen) LOCAL LADY TORTURED BY HER STOMACH; 2 BOTTLES VAN -TAGE STOP AGONIES! ,W I'**x1 f^^^^W: «;.'X'- f .••::>. l-.-':<% ":•?•!< Mad* by lh« madtri »l MAGIC BRAIN MAGIC EYE MAGIC VOICE I When Other Treatments! i Fail to Relieve Awful ! Stomach Gas Agony, • Mrs. Faurc Tries Van- Tage and (Jets Immediate Results. \ FM FM 5 * UW0 , s ,m«t^ oW> "^l«?3 . MW C*" " !•• ,„ |V\6 C»» I .. «r\*t* cw .-.rr^S&SSjSr. ?H^5&- piOTO* 1 * h..^ o r d ono' ISfc"*" The ** Mod«» 6K '*™'^^^Sj^ '«\' fc*nI*Mii'nntrivi' • -• ^K*t< ' A. ,, lllll -- ir -r r , T r •T m ^ W* ^J?eS*^KV\c- P^ ug , "I BaP»^ 6WI ScVv»» otlW i doin«»tt c ^fSil^"' 1 Ncvor hoforo In tho history of Kultcraflrld hiif) any modlclno pro- ilniM-tl tbn Ktnrtllng rosullii or VANTA(!K. DniKglstn and public alike! am nflUinlsliKfl nl tho Increasing ' mmibiT of Kulirrnflrld tiu-n and n-iimon who nrn tolling tholr nolgh- IKIPH nljoiit thin lili-ml of 30 Sclontlflf Mi'dloniniMitH IncludlnK "I (1REAT NATMlt/M, 1IKHI1S. A flood of tc«- tlmonlaln It iioiirlng In from well- known rpBtdonts--trlllng of truly ro- markablo Uonoflts In stuhboni CHSOH of coiintl|iiitlon niul awful gns anil bloat, causing nsonlzlng rheumatic pnlnts," In run-down condition and sli'k liondachcM. nnil In nmnborlotiH otlirr rnngOKllon-caiisod Ilia to which hunmn flpsh IH heir. Mont folkd lioro know Mrs. Mnrlo Kaviro of niikorxflold. wlfo of a rnrwhor, who liny lived In this community for 1fl years. Head thin let- tor «hn tmn written In gratitude for VAN-TACIB—a grntlt\ido shared by hundrpdH and liundredR of other lUikemfluld people. Uoiul t-nrnfully every word of hor rcninrkiib|i.< tew- tlmiinlitl and K«?O for yoursolf whnt VAN-TAllR him PHOVllll |t can do for thn «lol( niul Hiiffnrlng. Her ddrpsa In Route 2, Uox C3S, tifikurs- flold. Awful Stomach 1'uins "If iinybndy In this world over hiid whnt you can cull ronl ntoniach tro\ili|n•••-(•iiUHcil by Kas niul constipation-—I know 1 am thai person. "It Booms llli« all I had donn for nbout 2 ynnrH waH to tBka medicine without gnttlng any rosult.s. Nothing fvcr neemeil to help mo. None of (noun inodlctni'M over really riuicheil my troublo at all but finally 1 hiivo fouiul onn medicine which Is really wondvrful—and thut U Van- THRO. Local Folks Praise I want to HU.V to uvoryone that Rt\<i APriJANC 'KS BROCK'S Mli/^ANINK A WEEK ^5^^^ r ^ w -S-»S^-v»^w»s k- *v_PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC All Infitruinents Reasonable Rates OFFICE: 1512 Nineteenth Phone 1398 CORRECTION! Mother's Cocoa 2Ibs. 12c Gallaher's Market 1821 Twanllelb SlrtM GLASS Automubtlnft? truckn, school bus»«B, "to InslaUJnt whlln you Wttlt. Shutter proof, plain mut crj'stRl hhcpt • tlm uu>8t i'om«U>lc unto KlukB Hiiop in UukcrofliMd with an export ttmw* man In ohuritit, Js'o Job tun lmrs», nono too nmnll. nfit DM r.itli'iiitt) your uoxt Job. Valley Auto and Truck Wrecking Company t;to V'houo I)3tt0 Ntnctomith SI reel elno hnlpod my hloiiti-il Htunmrh at all," MI.V.S Mr.s. Mario Kauro of I tali or H- flclil. "Two bottles of Van-Tiieo worlicil tho misery out of my system." already worked the suffering and misery out of my ayatom. I want to thank tho Vnn-Tago Co. for this wonderful inodlulne, I havo lived in HakcM-sfleld for 19 years. My hiinband la a rancher here. We will Kindly spread tho prataea of Vun-Tngo among: our friends." Like 30 Medicines in One —lit New Low Price VAN-TAG 13 Beta these renmrk- abln resultH heciiuno of UN «0 Scientific McdU-amonta, Including 21 Great Natural Herbs. Some of these herbs sweep through your bowels, eliminating tho decayed waste that poisons your system; others clear that agonizing gas and bloat out of your stomach; others) soothingly flush your kidneys. Twenty million bottles of this formula have been sold over tho entire world. Duo to enormous volume of sales, tho price in nurprlH rcnsonable. For only a few 11 day, you cun got your Wallle Dieter Clyde Barbeau Oran Sholar Jack linger Clay Thompson •Edward Kuehn Clalr Marchlno Leslie Mayea Lois derson •-'- stead Louts Le- : mucchl Walter Hauptman Elywn Kelly Misses— Mary Echo- nlque Jeanne Echo- nlque Armanda Guoy> dan Lois Dumble Fae Dumble DeNlse Raymond Loona Quey- dan Jean Christie * * * MontcI-Montgomery Wedding Miss Thelma Irene Montel and Carl L. Montgomery were married .In the chapel of First Baptist Church at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday evening by the Reverend B. C. Bar- .rett, pastor. The young people were attended by Mrs. J. L. Montel, sis ter-ln-law of tho bride, and Fred Gadborry. Other witnesses were Messrs, and Mesdames George- W. Hawkins, Fred Gadberry, J. L., Montel, Mrs. Edna Vanderpool, Mary Jano Keller, Lilabel Hancock, Donald 'M. Me Quald, Bobbie Montel and Maudlne Dowdy. * * * To Pacific Bible Collopo Miss Virginia Farrell, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Farrell, 805 Oak street, left Sunday to enter Pacific Bible College, September 14. Miss Farrell recently accompanied her parents and her brothers, Lee and Paul on a vacation trip to Long Beach and Redlands. In Long Beach they were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Otis Nick and In Redlands they visited Mrs. Prudy Welton and fanv lly and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Osbun. their InvlTed dance. Irlenda "before th« Hall and Farewell The dance annually Is a welcome home to vacationists and a farewell to collegians off to universities. Old- timers in the chapter return to meet. the new members and guests participate In the gay get-together. Jerry Rusk, secretary of the board of trustees, and Stanley Ackerman. past national president from Beverly Hills, will bo present, as will guests from Delano, Portervllle, Los Angeles and Fresno. . Stag Banquet, Too , .,,../, Plans were furthered this week also for a stag banquet at 8 o'clpok September 15 at II Trovatore Cafe. Arrangements are In charge of Jess* Parks and Howard Freeman. The dance committee Is theaded by George Premo and Lee Brown. , «-«-* Salon of 8 and 40 Plans Many Events At a spirited meeting of the 8 and 40, new fun salon of Frank S.'Reyn-* olds Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reed, 609 G . street, Thursday night, a report of 8 and-40 activities at Hollywood convention ^ was brought 'to members by Mrs. Z. V. Hoskins and Mrs. Ray Carlisle. Plans were made for a wreck (initiation) for the goofs (new members) and for Installation In Novern-. her. Mrs. Carlisle .presented a flag to the salon. At the refreshments hour the members were Joined by several members of the post. Members of the salon attending Included Mesdames Z. V. Hoskins, Wayne P. Nelson, J. B.' Miller, Bruce Little, Wallace Reed, Ray Carlisle, Leila Nelson and others. So jre/r eshing j. aitdl so easy to serve with a BON TON •nd enjoy that feeling of confidence and well being which comes from wearing the proper 1936 foundation. Bon Ton Dualiste Combinations similar to the sketch are featured : In our Corset Section at $ $3.50 and $5.00 BROCK'S SHORTEN THE ROAD UY SHOES supply of VAN-TACJK from'the Bast- t-rn Drug Co., tho Owl DriiB Storo, and all other tlni«Kl»ts In Uakers- ., .„ , , . i floU1 - >rnfl - Illl(l Mai-rcopn. Rumcm- \nn-liiKo certainly doen got iimaas- I |,<>i YOtlU IlKALTIi IS YOUR Initly suocpHHful reaultH. It pruviHl i MOST PHKCIOUS POSSESSION! to bo Jimt what I had always , c,. unlay to your druggist und ask noedod. and only two bottloH havo. f,,,. ,, bottlu of VAX-TAUK. TWO^GUESTS-ONE PRICE No txtrii ehRrge for two pirioru occupvlno tht •»me room THE MAYFLOWER LOS ANGELES' NEWEST moit etnlully lac*t«l downtown hottl. Plreotl.v noron from th« Illltmor* •djolnlnit honiulful l.lhriirv t'Bik RATIS CUARANTtID AS PUBLISHED 3X0 CVKXT KOOM5 Doublt Sidt Chokt, Twin or Double $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 A?»»\« IIIKHKHI vi|uliip«d tlonh»th l'*H rfnn'l »«••• ta knrtt All Outildi Roomt • All with tul>, Hhower i)rwnihln«tlon MONTEREY COCKTAIL ROOM Dignified,* IntlmiU • Smut G<r*j|«— S«rHff fo Jter fOr-"<M *»<t out" MAYFLOWER HOTEL MS SOUTH GRAND AVI. ONE PRICE-TWO GUESTS MAYBE you have no trouble with ypurjCeet. _ But remember, practically all foot trouble comet from mis-fitted ahoe». And it only takes one pair of mil-fitted »ho«» to start the trouble. Have your next shoes fitted by X-Ray. It's the only way you can be absolutely sure you're do- Ing right by your feet... and it doesn't cost you a cent. Come in aud let us demonstrate. Sold by HUQH8S DRUG STORE Oth«r Leading Oruo Stor«> A PETERS WEATHER-BIRD SHOE It does seem shorter when you're really comfortable. With their 'approved construction Happy Hikers exercise and strengthen your feet with every step. Looking for comfort? Then you've found it in Happy Hikers. Let us prove this. FOR SCHOOL WEAK Soft flexible uppers in brown, black and combinations. Foot Guide heels keep you walking straight and prevent run-over heels. IRBY' SMART SHOES 1401 NlntlHalk Strut s nooi sweaters $ i.uu Chlldran'i AnklctUt lOc Ladle*' Rayon Undioc .. I5c Men's Dress Shirts ...... 49c Mert'» 2-Place Heavy Underwear....«... 49e I TxTe'?!!'. lOc iiiiiiiiaiiiimiHiiDiiiiiiiniiaiinitinuilaiiiliiuiiiaiiiHiiiiiiiDiiiiiuuiiaiiiiHiiiiiioiiii

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