The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 15, 1936 · Page 4
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TUB BAKEnSFtBLD CAUFORNlAH, TUfiSttAV, SKPMSMBER lfc, 103S EYES THAT LOOK FOR LUXURY? Lirge and luitroui, but pirtlallyob- •cured by fleih of full lower l\d», which arch roundly upwwd. Browi Inclined to »hagginfs« ... »nd well- nulled .,. riling high above centerof eye*. Ey«« of the emotiontl type—on the lookout for thrills and pltaiurd. McFarland Peteotial Notes LIPS THAT LOVE A SURPRISE? Prominent, long. Active »nd ex- prriiive in conversation . . . irldom in repose. Upper and lower lip both projecting icimewhat forward from thf trrth. The lipn of'the vivnrlotu, rapfr type, kltTityn ready to meel idvtnlurr more than half way I .., _,.„, ««pt. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. A. JT. Potersen entertained at dinner Wednesday night ill their country homo for a group of friends, Places wore marked for Mr. ano Mrs. F. K. Trask and their house guests, Mm. Ilattlo Bt(ok of Tempo, Arli!., and Mr. and Mrs. 15. 8. Bates of Stockton! Mrs. Oarnet Martin arid daughter, ttorralno, of Santa Monica; Robert Chose. Miss Marjory Petersen, Bobby Peterson, and tho host and hostess. • Miss Nolodeno Reid has returned to her homo after passing three Weoks at Berkeley as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. II. T. 'Abbott. Mrs. Abbott accompanied her as far as Merced whoro hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Held, met her tthd after visiting with Mrs. Abbott and her son, Harry, Jr., accompanied their daughter homo. Mr. rind Mrsi H. M. Bowman arid their «0n Uoyij have returned it'om u 10-day vncatlon trip spent at Vort- land. They enjoyed the trip over tho Hconle Redwood highway. C. H, Myers, pioneer resident of thlH comnmnlly, loft oarly Sunday morning accompanied by Ud Wttddel! of Taft to enjoy a throe weeks vacation In Nevada. Mrs. William Wade, who has been tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Wlnti for a weekj returned to hor homo In Modesto Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Qradon Bowman, accompanied by H. M. •iiowman nnd hi" soil Lloyd, returned Hunday from attending tho state fajr at Sacramento. •Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steward enter talnet) ot dinner Tuesday night Ignoring Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Grober. tfinii- (inughioi-B KranceH and Pearl, and their eon, Ralph, also Miss Mary Shlck and her brother Raymond. Miss Lottie Ix)iig, local teacher, art her sister, Mrs. Ruth Bllmmon, and daughter Margaret Sllmmon havo returned from a summer's vacation pnised In Washington. They aro at homo to their friends at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. ID. Rip- poy on California avenue. Mrrt. Qwendolynno Knapp, her daughter N'lla-LU, accompanied by Mrs. J, S, Richards and her granddaughter, Barbara Usroy, visited In the BOuth recently, Barbara re- malned at Bouthgato, with her mother, Mrs, Rjith Usrey, where she will attend school, Little Maxlne Hall accompanied Mrs. Richards homft and'wilt attend school here again this year. Mrs. Knapp and Nlta/jAi passM the time as guests of friends at San Bernardino. Mr. and Mrs. Winfleld" Bbafdmah have moved from tho aiddlngs'apart- menu In wasco, and-are now at Homo to their friends at the apartment owned by Mrs, Lois Mull on Harlow avenue. Weed Patch Ladies of Grange to Meet WEED PAFOH, Sept. IB.—The Homo ' Economics Club of W«ed Patch Orange will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Firmer at 3 o*feloek Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. A. J. Fowler, chairman, asks all members to attend. $14,000,000 RISK HAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 16, (A. P.) California and New York Insurance fcrokers are busy this month writing policies on one ot tho biggest and most unusual "risks" In years— $44,000,000 on the San Francisco- Oakland bay bridge. fcio Bravo Enrolls Sixty-six Pupils RIO BRAVO, Sept 15.—Sixty-six pupils enrolled . In the Rio Bravo School on Monday. Due to the Increase In ftttdndande last year,.another teacher was added td the staff tor this term, Mies Bfflo Fray of Bakersfield, who taught the primary grades last year, Is resuming her same position, \vrill6 Mrs. tiacel Hurray of Los Angeles, Is principal and t teaches the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. Mrs. B. T. Calvert of Bakersfield has the third, fourth and fifth grade pupils. Construction will soon be started on the new school rooms. Jjfi^^^^^^* *^* ^ The most luxurious surprise in the whiskey world today comes from old Kentucky distillers... a delicious "double-rich" straight Bourbon... sold at a price that makes it doubly welcome. Try it! A Schenley WhiiUey with thi Mark tfMirit. Mkde In Kentucky by oli|.(ime Kentucky dlitillrri . . . the gooii old Kentucky way. Aik (or it at your favorite tavrrn. •CHIKLtV DUTMIUTOU. JNC, *.f. GLENNVILLE ObKNNVILUC, Snpt. 15.—Glenn- rlllo high school and oollexo Btu- df-ntH returning to Bakersflold for tlm coming yrar wore Miss Mabel iind Howard Maddux, Miss Mary and Leroy Martin, Harold, IQugono and Klslo Canlleberry, Hoy Owens and MIsH Mnrle Roolc. Mrs. Clcrald Carver and son have been called to Rations City by the lllno«« of Mrs. Carver's mother. T|ioy n.ro nxpectod to return to tholr tim hero October 1. \V. A. leavers is spending several vacation lu Hacrdmento and Ban Franclnco. Hob Fields, the forest nervlco Bluff ciiKlnopr, hiiB upent eoveral dayH at ROad'a End. The new road Is prognJsfllng rapidly. Atr. and Mrs, C. K. Mulllns wero, buMneas vlHltors in Bakursfleld Saturday. Mrs. Neva WUHea Dunn and daughter Beverly or Paaadena. formerly of aiennvllle. Have been visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Mi*, and Mrs. .Tim IHmlap. Mrs. M. W. Hunt and children.'Evelyn and Bugeno, wero Bukoraflcld via- itor« Friday. Maudle Waleh of Bakersflold ppont tho week end at Linn's valley visiting frlenda. Mro. Dee I'hilliis. Mr. and Mrs. iplll riynn and son ponald and Mr. and Mrs. Clay Tompson wero weak end guests of T. 8. Fugltt. W. J. Drown of Linns valley spent RBveral days recently OB tho guest o< his niece, Mrs. Ifinimot Wilson of Portervllle. Mr. and Mr«. James Brunk and Bill Miilthy of Bakorsfiold vlsltud frloiulH hero on Sunday. Arthur Nutt, Ijaurenco Hamey and Illchard ipodson. all of Bakersfield, worn week end guoHla of Fred Pack ut tho Harry "\Vost ranch. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Prlostor of Uakoratlold wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Slophenoon on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunlap and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hunt and children spent tho week end. a« Ilia guests of a. A. Hunt of Poeoy. A. Patercau of ! Delano waa a business visitor in thla vicinity 'Sunday. Mr. and Mr?. OIonn.Leo of BtiH- ersfleld and Mrs. Alice Potts apent Saturday night at tho homo of-Mr. and Mra. B. V, AVpoda. Mr- and Mrs. Laurence Qllotte of Bakoraflold were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur KUbre.lh. Mr. and Mrs. Waltfcr JUnd have r«tun«d afWr aevoral daya epent at San ilYanclaoo. W. A. lAvera loft recently on u vacation to h« spent at Sacramento and San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Likely and daughter Huth wore Hakeraftold via- itors Friday. 90 PROOF-KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY Special 50c Dinner ALSO De Luxe 75c Dinner Host Mould Freeh Garden Charcoal llrollor Dakerdleld't riiicut Cile St. Francis Cafe 1717 Chester Avenue (Ado 350 Lunch, Uniur|iM»il) NOTICE! We will bo L'losi'il 'riiurs- diiy and l-'ritluy of this wi-ok in obstTMinro of Jcwisli holidnys. BAKfiRSFIEl.1) PIPH AND SUPPLY CO. WAI \, Slri-i't Cash for Old Gold Do Not Sell to 8tfrang«r» Wickersham Co. Nlndeinth and "Eyt" SlriiU CHINESE HERBS nellsvei chronic *llmtnti o( «ll kind). 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