The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 14, 1936 · Page 6
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PLANSGALAFETE Fronlk'rs' Dny Tlicinc for CusUinu; Parly to Ik: Held Sopl. 25 \ !• riinttcr'n Day homnpomlns' )M tli.' i-vcnt plnniH.'d by mcmberH nf HrniicHti'iid l<lf'' AKHimlatloiv ill K. n t • u'lll lio ontortnlninont from "fi oiiilor." Mm. .lumen Klx/.lnr s niinn-il i-biilrniiin In bo IIHH|H|OI| Mi-.-.-. Arthur Vineyard. Olbdi-H tin' ooiiimltloo ii.ro Mr. Kl/./lur, Vim-yard. Mr. nnd MrH, II. A. -,-,- Hiirulil Iliinlloy. Old Iliiio 1'iiiliors uro III-IMK parlloiilarly In- Tho ofiriiinlitoi- "HI i'iiivono nl tlio Kl/./lnr limn'-. VII NllcH nil-oil, Mon- ilsij ovi-nliiK nl '! nVIiii'li. Al .'i i-i-'-i nt ini-'-llMK Unrolil limit- I. --\ iironliloil In tin- nliHi-noe of <•''. V. JI'Hl'-"!! Wllll \VII« III till 1 .Illl'll ItlUlI'll. Sunnier Grove to Resume Weekly Meetings Tonight 4, :__. .—* T> KHUMINC n schedule of weekly IX meeting following the mimmcr mnnlliH, Humncr Grove, No. . r >0. Ancient UnJte.il Order of l)rutcln will meet tonight nt Druid hall. rintidr Chiippelle. nohle uri-h, will pri'Hlde, noil planw will be oul- lined for I he full nnd winter weii- mm. r'ollowiiiK the btislnefw meet- Intf, u MI pour will tie nerved. I.eon Ahonnell. eluilrman of the sociiil ciinunittcc will he In ciharne. Ivy Thimble Club Convenes Tuesday Ivy Thimbu- ''lub of the .\.'l||h liorn of Wooilcrnfl will Jrici-l (it Hi-iiln I'arli for » pollii'ili luii'-h<»m nl II! o'l'loi-U Tiii'Milay, Bnpti'inlM'r l r '. llimtfHH'^ will he Mc'H'Imni'H Kv- lyn Tlcc, il-;tl/.abi'th l-'/dwiirdH mid Anriii. CollhiM. MI'H. .h'iin \\'i'll« ulll (irnHlil'i. Mrs. Kislier Is Home From 78-1 )»y Orion In I Trip to Iliiwnii, Chirm, .l«pan BROCK'S KAHIIION KUKHl /. KnJi'YlfiK "u opportunity fur (if tin- p'llllloul, roIlKliMiH nnd ffo- nimilc Hltiiiill'in In III'' nrloiil, IIH will) mi M rliiiriri' fur HlKbtKoolritf iun'1 Mlinrlliir n HiiiT'oKHlnii (if miiMn) ovonlrt, Ali-H l.niilKi- KlKlii-r, nir. Flovvcir Hlri'H, x|i"iil the IIIHI 7H ilnyH <>n nil nrli-ntiil Moniliiiir thrmiwb IJawnll, ,(n|iai>, I'blnii, KOI i-;i, Mnnrhiii'la and Hii! I'bllliM'Ini'H. All liii-olH wxi'f; oxpDHo.il for. tlm I rii vi'lnrii; I hem u'»-ro Hi.-enr-H of In ilcriiiiililii t-lmnn foMllviiln, rtualnt riiMlnmoH JUKI toiii)iloH. I'lii.HHleiil art wurliH, HlirlncK, imliu'i-H, flowor niiir- Ui'lH, »liu|i|iliii,' Mlroi'lM mill ooHinnpoll Inn iTowilH unit llioio warn HCI/IU-H <>T t'omlllij rlvnr llff, HILI>I|IIIIIH Mild HtrilKHlliiK I'lnilli'H, 'l'h"ri< «ITO NlKIK! of conlnntiMi'iil run) put-tciil/i of uii- ri!Ht. HIIIIIC of I hi' oiilortMliiliionl. In- I'lmloil rmninnmt flHlilnw nl Kyoto, ! rliloM I In (pii/,:h I In: nnrriiu 1 Hlrci-lM ul 1'i'lplriK, niiilvn friiMlM of Honp, Mlinrlt'M Til) Hi>up, halu*d IVIilnoMO ilm-k, HlmpplliK In thd cnl- nrfiil innrliolM, vlHlllMR iirlioolM anil unl vorNll Irf, trlpH In MO(|HIIH to Ilio Mroitl VVnll, n vlMp In IMiibiilHU, tin- 1,'lunt IIiiiMlin nl Knnmluira mi'l ox- riiiHloiiH nfl' III'' lii'iili'M piilli. Inlrri'HlIni; Kni-iHiiili-i'H Mr,-'. |-'l,-ilii'r wan I'lltorlnllH-rl liy Mr. iini'iir 'riiiiiiipfiii In i.'nntiin, a ruiiNln ul' M|HM I iiii-iitliy \\'|||<|IIMIIII, honi(< 'li'iiiiiiiHlriilliiii iiu<fiil fur lii'rn i:nuiily. liin'Liir 'riminpHiin IM Ihf) finirlli K'-'iiiTiillnii nf a family of I'ri'Mtiyti'Hmi iiiiiillral Soroptimists to Open New Season at Dinner Session tWITII *' bitch the majority of mernberB I from vacation tr)p», mom- of tho Hakei'HfloId Soroptlrfllst clubH will rfjHiimo iioHvltlcH Ot a. illnnor meeting to b» held Tuesday evr-nlng In tlin Hpiaiish ballroom of l-'ffiii-l Ml Tejon. Mro. Porter Turner, president of tlio club, will con«uut UK. Hf!HHioii nnd will call upon tho various irnvolerH to glvo accounts of thiilr miirirner trips. In iiddlllon to the vacation talks, a IjiiMttK'KH monUnK will be held when activities for the coming sea- won will hn illHcunHOd and plans fnrmulaicil for a busy calendar. I'iloctfon of n. rftgtunal council member will Id! miul'i. Ur. 1w?. Htnlth IH I'l-llrlm,' HH iii'Mnber of ilm council mid Minn Anna Maudo Andernon will laku over thu post of senior i.'ounolloi'. Thu lU'Xt tnuctlng (if the council will br ln'1'l October 10-11 at BnrUc li-y. Mi-H. .1. I 1 ', hioc'lur, chairman of the Pi'oKi'mii coiiiinlttfi), has arranged tlm (M-ii.'trtalnmonl for tho dinner CLUB EXECUTIVE Mrs. I'ortcr Turner Endeavor Groups | Librarian Leaves Enjoy Lawn Party i Maricopa Office Curl) Hut Hearing the Name of 11* HERE'S PARIS at a Price Brought lo you iti.sliuilly . . while Utc orininiils an- yd liri'iillilr.Hfily nc\v! Spirited, ntitliciilic, and individual! Featuring: • LOIMSI-: noinmoN • MOJ.YNK.AUX • MAHCKLLK HOZK • MAIUA GUY $7.5O Thn i:iiinblni«d Kroups of the Oil- ddlii and Oil Center Christian I3n- iloavor Horlolli'H hold a Joint lawn ^ ^ _ iioclitl Thill-winy nvcnltiK al tlui honm i ' l(1 ',5'|' un ' of M|HH ICilim Miin Marston an tho 1 ' firm of u HorUm of muotings for this new flHi'iil year. (imiii'H woi-n play eil with jirlxcs (,'"- IIIK i" MI«M Fraiu-cH Ouddard, Frmik Mi-.NiiuKbUin, lloycfs Denny and I0r- iir>nt CiilhiirHoii. Hi'.froMhmonts worn Hi'i-vrd m a lii.lu hour. Tlumi- (iresont were; AllHNi-H l.>ura McNaiiKhton, Alelba KOIINHI.I, (In Maker. Kay Atkins, Miii-lfilnu Atkins, Murgarnt Scot, (Icrtriidi) .lohiiMlon, Burbara Cappi-.ll, lOi-clyn I inollltli!, Hoyco Denny, MacUett, FrimceH Ooddnrd, Mao Mm'Htoii, Murlu Hhuw; Jui'lt AlldiiH, I3url Mlll»r, -HI> Hi-nit, M'loyd Doollttlo, Itrnn- Cappoll, i 'harloB McCJoy, Kmnk Mi'NmiKhtuM, lOrni'Ht Culberson and tho lt«v. Cyril M. lllolis. (fluntliiiii'il 'in I'tige I'lfti'cn} Tehachapi Shower Fetes Newlyweds TI-;ilACIL\l'l, .Sopl. 14. -Mr. aiifl Mm. Wilbur Hinilb wlnmo wi'ililbiK iii'.i'iiiTi'il In AiiKiiHi mill ului nro now iiri-iipyliiK llu-lr now Imino, woro Klvi-n n mirprlho liiniHowaniilnK 'riiurmliiy I'Vi-nliuf by a Ki'ixip nt' Ilii'lr rrloiiilH. A glfl fur HIM now liniim- two flno oaril luliloH nml riivorM \\oro proHoiili'il to tho KmltliH by I In 1 Kronp. llrl'lK'i WIIH Hi" ovo- nliiir'i- ilh"rNluii nflor whloh ilalnly NVi o nor\ oil. Tho (jiioniri uin' Mr. nml MrH. I'nrlior Slililonii, Mr nnd M I'M I'lnil i illdilbiKN, Mr. and M I'M .1. T. Slilonor, I Mr mid Mrn FranU Illuworn, M(KH' l,jnlo \Viilliin, Mr mid Mm Ili-rborl I Uri'ii.'i " Among tin- otlmrn lii-reto- I'otry. \S'nlli'i I'llllnll. MI-.H I'honlio i furo nmituli-ttti'il an- brlilgo for Cnlo' (I S I,, -,'u.ii. Mr. nml Mi'H. iit,iUi-<s. II|I>KU iin>l I hi- imuvi-nlr-wln- I ,."111111 il liiH'k, hhiK KIIIIIOH. I'lilUh I'ldna MOMI-S. Ion Hill STAHI'IS IIAKKKl) SANTA I'KI'X., ralll'., Hcpl. 14. (t:. I'.) I'olloo authorities hnvo di'i'ldu'l to olimi' ilnwix i>ii nil "Kamoa for MAHJCOPA, He|jl. 14. — After 17 yenrd of fiiltlifnl service in thu Marl- oopa branch of tho Kern County Free Library, Mrs. Hell Mayo, cus- iiH r'-nl|<nod hor position. Hho loft. Sunday for I..OH AngeleH, whore she expects to make hor home with hor daughter, Miss lionise Mayo, who Is connected with tho Plymouth and I>e Hoto sales thoi-e. Mrs. Muyo entered upon her du- tlos In this Murlcopa library when It was In tho little UalliiKh "building on Main street, on October t), U'19. In 1920 sho moved tho library equipment Into the present building which was built now for that purpose. She will bo replaced In her library work by Mrs. Thetma Htowart of Mojava. .lobn D. llcndt-rson, county librarian, .wan In Maricopa Thursday milking iirrangemijnts for tho chnnge. MI-H. Stewart W^IM custodian of tho Mojuvo library for more than a your, whore Him made an excellent record, and had previously had library oxporlom-o In I .on Angeles. Rabbi Abramson lo Assist at Local Services at B'liai Jacob Temple Rosh Hashonoh, tho day of reawakening for tho Jewish soul and rededlcatlon to hollneso for the Jewish spirit, will bo observed by the congregation of B'nal Jacob temple, it was announced today by Rabbi Benjamin Cohen. Services will bo held at the temple Wednesday evening; at 6 o'clock. Tho worship will continue Thursday morning and bo concluded on Friday. To Giro Sermon Habbi Abramson,,of Los Angclen, well-known leader in the Hebrew faith, will be the guest rabbi for tho Holy days and will assist Rabbi Cohen In conducting the worship. Habbt Cohen will conduct the opening Marlv service, and Habbi Aliram' son will speak in English on tho subject, "The Meaning of Rosh Ha* horioh." The visiting rabbi will preside at tho morning- services, "Scachrls," on Thursday at 8 o'clock and Kabbl Cohen will conduct tho Mumif. rites and the blowing of tho ram's horn. He will also deliver a sermon, "Hopt and Faith." Tho Friday service will bu conducted by the local rabbi, assisted by Habbi AmbramHon. Explaining tho significance of the holy days for tho orthodox followers of tho Jewish faith, Habbi Cohen said today: Ony of Judgment "Hosh Hasomth, or the first daj of tho month of Tlshrl, Is, according to the. Talmudlc version, tho Nov Year for the Jewish civil calendar On Hosh Hnsonah all tho Inhabitant of tho world pass for judgment bo fore tho Creator; It Is tho day whei tho yearly account is taken befori the Supremo Judge of tho Unlverm for all tho deeds and actions of man kind. 4 « » Watkins Is Named Dean at College OFF'TO MEXICO Armuml 3. 1'urentl Armand .1. J'aronll, local phartna- einl, lofl yoHlorday on a trip to old Mexico by way of the west coast. Mr. Parentl oxpcctu to make a special stndy of hoBpltallzatlon and other health facilities of the coun- Iry. Ho will upend some time Three Generations Gathe* for Family Reunion to Mark "Anniversary Believing a reunion with seven, of their nine children the happiest, mart- ner of celebrating 60 years of mar- rled happiness, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. McAllister of n'epublie, Mo., both more than 81 years of. age, headed 1 a gathering of 25 descendentn recently at Mount Herman. The octogenarians are now houseefuesta of their BOH, and' daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Mnvyilster ot Green Acres. ,• Since coming to California In May they have visited from Los Angeles to Santa Rosa, and are hoping to remain In the west long enough to see the San Francisco bridge dedicated, October 12. Wedded In '76 Three score years ago &. young: couplo said "I do" In LaFayetto, Ga., and the next year, 1877, they moved to Republic where they have lived ever since, and whore their nine aons and daughters were born. The long span of years has been woven from threads both dark and golden; two sons were In the Span« studying ancient Aztec herbs and {fen-American War and two were In botanical plants. Mr. Parentl plans to visit tho National University of Medicine In Mexico, D. F. and will bo tho guest of Dr. ValdeB V. Fernando, secretary of the university. En route homo he will stop over In Dallas us tho giiest of Dr. E. 11. Cary, ear, nose and throat specialist of that city, and will Inspect tho Crazy Water Mineral Springs Hospital. He will also visit the Texas Centennial exposition and the Carlsbad cavern. Circle of Church PlansV>od Sale NAMK KITS 1'KOFKSSION KON'U OH I.AC, WlH., Hopt. 14. AIIIOIIK the optomotrlHlH altondlng u reiii'.nl gath'-rliiK of Fox rlvor valley eyo MpiM-lulldtH WIIH N. 10. W. I,ens, n Waiipun, WlH., optoinolrlst. _ ANC1KLKS, Sept. H.— Dr. Gordon S. Watklnn, nationally known authority on labor relations, Is tho new di?an of tho College of Letters and Sciences at tho University of California at l^os Angeles. Professor of economics and frequently a mediator In southern CHiIl- furnia labor disputes, Doctor Watkins was named by President Hobert. Q. Hproul to succeed Doctor Charles H. Hlebcr, who retired last June. Tho now dean holds degrees from tho Universities of Montana, Illinois und Pennsylvania. the World War; but through the many happenings they have emerged with a youthful jsplrlt and zest for life. Twenty-five Attend Sharing tho Mount Herman reunion July 16 were Mrs. J. IT. Harris, Piedmont; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mo- tVlllHtor, Sonoma City; Mr. and Mr«. 13. M. McAllister, Green Acres; Dr. and Mrs. Oscar O. T. McAllister. • and two daughters, Doris and Cech. I'Jedmont; Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McAllister and two children, Claris and Bob. Berkeley; Mr. and Mrs. Bert McAllister and three children, Bill, Frances and Keith, 131 Segundo; Mr. and Mrs. 1'aul McAllister and three daughters, Wanda, Margaret and Gaynel of Solma. Fall activities of Ruth Circle of First Christian Church will begin with a cooked food sale September 19, according; to plans made at a business session at thu homo of Mrs. W. It. Ely, on San KinWto street, recently. Mrs. Cora Townsend pre sided and Sirs. Ely led the devotional period. Olher members contributed appropriate poenm. A Hot-tal hour with refrcshnionts was enjoyed by .MeHdarnos Cora B. Townsend, Fay Young, Kate Drumm, Animbclle Porry, Margaret Neff, Albert Hanklns, William Varner, 13. F. Llnrtbolomew, II. TJ. Dcach, bllllan Nikkei, W. H. Ely and Miss Bottv I.on Townsend. U. S. Exports Less to Europe, Report (Amoclatcd Press Lcaaaii Wire) WASHINGTON, Sopt. 14.— TJie commerce department reported today that exports to Europe declined during July under tho same month a year ago, but Imports Increased. I'.oth imports and exports were shown to have Increased In tho foreign trade figures for Canada. Exports to South America increased, but Imports declined. The report noted a sharp drop in exports to revolution-torn Spain and a smaller do- crease in Imports from Spain. 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