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

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 11, 1936
Page 11
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"« THE BAKBRSP1ELD CALttfOUWAN, FHlbAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1930 . • CLEANS PAINT Ask Your Grocer checks COLDS and FEVER flr«t day Haadioha, 30 minute,. Trv t( Rub*M*.Tlim M — World 1 * B*lt Univ^sity N Students Depart WASCO, Sept. 11.—Wasco atu- dents aro leaving knd many hUya left for colleges and universities throughout the state as well as out of state. Wasco students, enrolled at tho University of California are Miss Jean Robertson, Loyd Qrotner, Bill Dolan and Mrs. Olga dfomer Slo- inons. The Misses Viola Elmos, Margaret Grant and Elizabeth Otto art leav* Ing this week for LaVerno College. Enrolled at U. C. I>. A. are' Mai colm Little, Harold Shatter, Misses Ruth Mason and Evelyn and Dorothy Hadlook. » Richard .Matlock is enrolled In tho medical college at Crelghton, Nebraska, where his school begins September 21. A group from Avasco who attend the Bible Institute at Los Angeles includes Ralph and Roy Kraft and Leland and Melvlri Frle- sen who left Tuesday of this week for their college. Albert Booth and Devrlt Demlng are both at tho California Agrleul turo College at Davis for their sec ond year. . _ 4-M, ^ Moving Residence Marked by Party OILDALE, Sept. 11.—MIM Halite Lavin was pleasantly surprised 01 Tuesday evening when a group o her school classmates gathered for a farewell party. The Lavln family art moving to their new homo in Eas BakersCleld, Those present were Misses Evelyn Madden, June Brown, Ix>ls Glllespie Beverly Gyder< Halite Lavln, Jimmy Ware, Fred White, Eugene Couri wrlght and Dwlght Kenny. 4 « * Small Movement of Grapes at Delano DELANO, Sept. 11.—The frcs grape crop continued to move froi the Delano Fruit Company ranc east of town at the rate of ono ca load oC fjjult per day. To date 40 carloads have been shipped and the harvest of rod Malaga grapes has been ended. Varieties moving at present aro the Rlbler. Muscat and Thompson Seedless. Fifty packers aro kept busy in addition to other help about the packing house and in the vineyard, Ernest Jenans Is In charge of the ranch, which consists of 320 acres. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Siemens Honored by 100 Friends on Silver Wedding SHAFTBR. Sept. 11.~Mr., and jrt, 6. J. Siemens celebrated their silver Wedding anniversary in MAplo School recently, a hundred guests Joining and showering them with gifts. D. L. Schellonberg opened the meeting by reading Psalm 103 and offering prayer. Tho Shatter Men's Chorus, which had its beginning years ago in Mr. Stamen's Sunday school class, sang several selections under tho direction of Arnold Bergen. The Reverend P. N. Hlebert of Bakersfleld spoke and Miss Klla Dueck gave a recitation, after which Mr. and Mrs. Siemens spoke briefly of their experiences In the last 25 years, stressing that It was God's grace which led thorn through good times and bad, J. J. Siemens was toastmastcr and Otto Becker led congregational singing. Refreshments were served at the close. 4*» " Grange to Invite State Convention FAIRFAX, Sept, 11.—A pro- convention rally will be held at a district meeting of the Orange September 15 in Buttonwlllow, It was announced by'Mrs. Ruby Klaaaon, home economics chairman, at a meeting of Kern County Pomona Grange In Magundcn hall. Tho Homo Economics club will have ribbons and banners made to bo worn at tho Eureka convention October 20 to 23 In an effort to bring tho 1938 convention to Bukersfleld. Mrs. Eva WllUtns. chairman of tho convention exhibit committee, announced that Kern county products will bo shown. , R. E. Jackson, chairman of the Frontier Days float committee, said tho float will be decorated at tho C. L. Wilklns homo in Panama and asked for aid of tho members. Mrs. W. L. Smith announced that tho drill team will assist with an entertainment In conjunction with the Woodmen of tho World in Bak- ersfleld, October 8. An Invitation from Delano. Grange to moot there October 10 was accepted. Under tho direction of Mrs. C. L. Wilklns, a program was presented preceding serving of refreshments. Parochial School Ready for Opening WASCO, Sept. 11.—New paint has b«en applied to the St. John's Parochial School In anticipation ot tho opening of school next Holiday. Sister Superior Allpla will havo charge oC tho school and teach tho seventh and eighth grades. Slater Cartoha will teach fifth and sixth grade and mufelo add art. Sister Laura will tftaeh third and fourth grade and Sister Bertllla first and second grade. Sister Druslana will havo charge ot the convent home. There 18 ono now Instnietor In the school, Sister Kbrtllla,, and sister t>ru«lana la also new In tho comma nlty. Summon Meeting of Church League MePARLAND. Sept. 11.—Unified Epworth League and evening worship will bo held Sunday beginning- nt 6:30 o'clock with tho young people In charge and with Wayne Wlm- berley as leader. "Kfigawa" Will bo tho sermon subject for tho evening In which the life of tho great Christian lender of Japan will bo discussed. Miss Ijottlo Long will preside. Tho Reverend Mr. Ford will prcarh at the morning worship on tho subject, "I Am the Way." Ho extends a cordial Invitation to tho public to attend all church services. * » » Pastor Announces Children's Sermon McFARTJVND, Sept. II.—The Rov. J. I. CoffmaVi, pastor of the Church of the Brethren, announces that there will bo a sermonetto for children Sunday morning following a Bliort period held by the various classes of tho church school. The sermonetto Is In observance of promotion and rally day. Following this the regular (services will bo held Tho church school begins at 9:4C a. in. Christian Worker groups wll meet at 7 p. in., followed by the evening sermon at 7:4C. •*•« » Dinner Is Planned by Panama Grange PANAMA, Sept. 11.—Tho Home Economics Club of Panama Orange Invites the public to a chicken din ner it will serve at 7 o'clock Satur day evening in the Wlblo Road Orange hall. fl. COLORFUL THEJ^BOOK OF THE VEflR fl STYLE GUIDE Dozens of new designs, innumerable accessory suggestions, all the fashion information you need! Orry -Kelly, Warner Bros, ace designer, helps you keep months ahead of fashion, predicts style trends, and guides your shopping in this big, new issue of his Fashion Forecast. It's a shortcut to smartness. 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These quality instruments won't last long at these irices. Select yours now before the instrument you want is gone! Special terms with no clown payment during this sale. Payments as low as $1.00 per week. No Phone or Mail Orders ACCORDIONS Genuine Hohncr piuno accordions as low as $-1 A50 19 CLARINETS Approved Boclnn system. Latest all-mctul models. Completely reconditioned and fully guaranteed. TRUMPETS Conn, Bueschcr, Hoi ton, etc. All the leading mukcs. Many like new. Priced from TROMBONES Pan-American, Conn. Hoi ton. Priced from $1 £00 15' 0rr ( 22 Free Private Lessons 50 Free Private Lessons Free Private Lessons Free Private Lessons SAXOPHONES The biggest urruy of Huxophuiie bargains ever asseniblctl in Kern A big GUITARS DRUMS Two brand new Ludwig VIOLINS (j e Juxc drums to go at Excellent quality. Comn PrllS comity. All and oeucwiuie Mimes. Prices makes. Prices begin at »lar! at bulf price. Others, gunr- plctc oulflts. Like new an teed, for $-j ff 00 $ 7 50 1D I Free Private Lessons These are jusl a few of the many remarkable bargains. Come in and look over this huge stock of quality instruments. PARENTS: SELECT YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENT NOW! EVERY INSTRUMENT SOLD SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF YOUR MUSIC TEACHER. Sale Starts Today! First Come First Served! 1512 Nineteenth Street MUSIC COMPANY Southern Hotel Building

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