THE BAKBRSPIBLD CALIFOfMAN, THURSDAY,' ,i NEW 1937 STEWART WARNER Brings Radio's Perfect Tone With New Copper PHOTO-TONE SPEAKER Y OU'LL marvel at the brand new mellowness and purity of tone in the great new Stewart-Warner. An entirely new development—the Copper PHOTO- TONE Speakcr>—and many other big advances give you the whold world's music as you've never heard it before. Clearer—mcllowcr~an actual tone photo- See All the Models STEWART-WARNER Radios for 1037 are presented In many beautiful • nd distinctive design*, ranglnQ In price from $23.96 to $164.96 graph of every sound in the studio! Let your own ears prove it. • A f >dlo 10 bi proud of I But- iflul Cnfl-Bnlll Clblnil. Pow tfful 7-oifdl-iub* VtnoAja* cbnpli with world rtng*. Ftp* IUIM nuiiU* n*w U-lnfh Cop- pir PIIOTO-TONK Sptiktr .nd miojr oth«r Imptorcmenti. Now TOUM lor onl r $86.95 DAVID E. URNER 1925 "Eye" Street Phone 1280 Attention! Kern County Artists Open to All I'rufcmtion- nln and Amnit'iirn Rc- in Hern County. "CALIFORNIA'S HOUR" Radio Talent Tournament Six ArtiHlx or Aclu Will Win 1. A Ken In ml Appciinimv on llu> "C".iilifo|'Min*H Hour" Snlnlc lo Kern Cuiinlv, With Cnnnid NnfH. Donnld Novis. Dim- Hrni'lcnum's Or- clu'slni nnd (itic.sl Slurs, Over KKRN and the C.uluiiiliiii-Don Lee Netwdrk . . . Mondnv, Sep- teiuhei 2K. 2. A Hound Trip | (( | 4 (is Angeles. 15. I-'orly Dollars ICaoh in C.asli. •1. A ClimuT lo Win Up to ,$7,'H) More in the Stale- wide Tournament. Auditions at KERN (Elks Club, Bakorsfleld) Monday and Tuesday, September 21-22 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m For Full Particular* Srv WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO. POULTRYMEN ATTENTION! 'flic Second of 11 Series of Kdncalional Meetings Under the Auspices of the SAN JOAQUIN GRAIN CO. Will Ik-Held THIS EVENING al 7:,')() o'clock nt FOURTEENTH AND D STREETS Dr. Frederick Gilbert Will Conduct n Question and Answer Discussion Help Kidneys A If fcoorlr fiinctlonluir Kldnwi • fJP BlMdcrmaMjrouiorTerfronvaetU ypHlithU. Nenroaineii. RhVume COMMUNITY NEW Beardstey School Meet Postponed Hept, 17. — The regular m&oUng of Heafd/iloy 1P, T, A., ordinarily held on tho third Vrl- day of each month, will bo post- putted until Hejilamber > 90 tltlrt month, whori tuachom \vlll ho Jntro- dnocd to Iho jmrentft and Mlsn t'a- Irlola Cblllrm will relate tho ulory bt mimmor trnvnln who cnjoyod In Ku- ropo. HcfroHhmcntH will bo Horvad. MrH. if. O. Ilonry IH pronldont of tho P. T. A,, Mm. Itoso Hoimfor-ih vleo proHlrtPnt, Mr*. O. K, CoOto secretary, Mian Loreno I.x>wo trcoa- urrir and Mian Fnnnlo Vlxlor lite- torlan. (JommlUflo tin add tmmnd by Mm. Henry nro MM. Hodo Hoimforth' nrogrum, M|HH Alleon Ifartzog main- imrohli), Lawrencn Jacubion publicity, R IT. HtuiBttn hoBpllallty, MM. H. AugiiHtiin publlcaUonm, Minn Ida n. Crlcfcntor flnnnca and budget, Mr». l,c Um Grcnn pttrent education, Mr«. H. lj. Krftynlor character education, Mr«. Mario Itrlttari Htudent aid and Mrs. Alba Frlonon citizen- Hlllp. •"• ......... • + '**• ..... Young Folk Enjoy Mojavj^Campfire MOJAVJB, Hopt. 17.— Members of Ihu yotingftr hlfch iichool wot met at TDK Moiiduwfl rocontly wlinro a nmrHlimuIlow and wlonor bako WII.H enjoyed. Out of dour Iranian woro pluyud tiflor tho roast and an hour of dancing; WIIH imrUclprHcil In by tlio following KtieitlH Tho MlnaoN Croono Uartlirilomow, lluth KIncald, KiUhlemi VVIilto, Mary Atnns, Woillo and Kunlcn Aduuui, Claim Runkiulff, .furry Tyler and Hnxel Hylvn; and Donald McDonald, JBddlo Monroo, Vlrjrll lloopor, Diivn Harbour, Adrian Chcti'jy. Jack Klomnilnff, (ilnnn Burnott, Mono arid .Tacit Hllvoro, Kon- noth Hliorlll, AiiHtln Morrlll. Robert TJarblHon, Hono and Tony Aclla and Douglun Hlnglmin. Whale NharltH havn pimull tenth and fw>d upon iiniall marltio croa- tnroa, which they wtraln from tho wnt»>r with tlmlr srlll rakom. McFarland Personal Notes -F. jr. of this Sept. 17 Warren, telephone official o city, has returned from Boulder Wiim, where ho witnessed tho turning on of tho power at the dam. Ho WUM accompanied on tho trip by his brothsMn-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. 731v«r« of LOM Angeles, Ho staled that thero worn morfS than 26,000 peoplo who witnessed the great spectacle. Mr. and Mrs. Ooorgo WhlUcre and Mr, and Mrs. Alva Powell havo ro- turned from KOiithorn Oallfortila, whom tltiy visited placos of Inter- Mil. Including TjOB Angeles and Cata- Una «IIiind«, Afr. and Mr*, Harold Oransbum arc residing at tho upstairs apartment nt i.ho homo of Mr, and Mrs. 0. W. Bllln. Mrs. C4ransburn Is employed at tho Ford garage in Delano. Mr. and Mr*. Albert Dayls and children, Marilyn, Clot-aid and Tommy, woro Bunday dlnnor guests; In tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ilulph Mlshler. Sunday guo»Ui In tho homo o'f Mr, and Mrs, Oaylord Morton included their friends, Mr. and Mrs.. Clifford MOSH and their small daughter, Nancy, of Ixw Angeles, Mrs. II. TJ. Taylor has returned hero from OHryy, where she passed threo months as tho guost of her HUH arid daughier-ln-law, Mr. and Mm. Walter Taylor and family. 8ho was accompanied hero by Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Schrack, who motored up for it fow days. EnrlB R. Wellor and his daughtor, MI«H Dorothy, woro business visitors In Uakorsflold Saturday. Mrs, TTnnry Waldo has returned from a week spent shopping In Los Angeles, Sho brought back many things for hor furniture' storu, Whlln In tho Holttli Bho visited with her son-in-law and daughtor, Mr. and Mrs. Uon Camp. Sno won ac- oompanicd homo by Mr, Waldo, who also transacted business In the south. Mr, and Mrs. Lnwronce Wlilto havo roturnnd to Corcoran after pawning several days as guests of both of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Hmlth and Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Whlto. Mr. and Mrs. 13. C. Bchlck and their daughters, Misses Edith and Annn, havo returned from Sacra- mnntrt, whero thoy attnndnd tho stati* fair. They also enjoyed visiting at Berkoloy, with their son, Ralph, who is attending tho University of Call* Corn la, Mr. and Mrs. O. W, Ellis, accbm; panted by Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Johnson of Earlimart, passed Sunday at Wheeler Hid go as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wyllo Walts and family. Mr. and Mrs, B. C. Shlck enter- tfllttod at Sunday dintmr for Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Whlslor and their family, Mr. and Mrs. Qcorgo Wood worth havo returned from a Short vacation trip spont In tha south; Thdy woro guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Florence Woodworth. They, accompanied by his mother and her nophow, Frod Woodworth, onjoyed a trip to Knsonada, In Old Mexico.. Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Willis entertained recently for tho latter's uncle," J. Candle and wife and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Uuy Smith and Son, .Tackle, of Arvln. Mountain View MOUNTAIN VII3W, Sept. 17.—Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Ponton returned Sunday from a few days lit Ydsomjte. Mis* Mary Louise Blair, who hud been most of the summer in Yosem- Ito, camo homrt with them. Mrs. C. J. Fulbrlglu Is visiting several weeks In Missouri. Mrs. John Carter and children Of Shafter are passing this week with Mrs. M, A. Hook and family. Mrs. Frances Thornton returned to Taft Saturday to take up her duties as a teacher In tho city schools. John Carter, Haymond Green, THHAO Upton and Herbert Neff left Friday on a two weeks' hunting trip In tho vicinity of Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Heed and family, who have resided for somo time on tho Wells place, aro moving south on tho Wells place, are moving south. A social gathering will be hold Frl day evening at tho church. Tho Blblo class will entertain peoplo of tho community with gamoa for young and old, refreshment* and other features. Enrollment of 101 at Pondham School Bept, 17.—Pondham Orammir School opened Monda^ jhder the new prlnclpalshlp of MIs« Helen LLudy with 101 pupils enrolled. Mlfcu Ludy paftsod her glimmer visit- ihjr In the northern part of the state and in the south. Minn liucllto Williams, Intermediate teacher, en- Joy«d *oV(&ral weeks in Alaska, and MUM ITlOBilo. Hoffman, primary toachor, spent her vacation at Santa Catallntt Island, Loner Beach and Los Jar)) os t Caraton Is bus driver and janitor. Mrs. Ed Ludy has charge of tho cafeteria* and drives tho other bua. Weed Patch Center Schedules Election WISED PATCH, Sept. 17.— Thornburgh, director of Weed Patc Farm Center, has called a regular meeting In tho school" for Friday evening. Election of officers will . bo held and Refreshments will conclude tho mooting. * MAGUNDEN MAOUNDBN, Sppt. 17,—Mrs. J. D. Rourttree left recently for Missouri for a fow weeky stay. Mrs. C. E. Sward has been 111 at her homo the past week. MM. J. C. Freyer visited from Frl day till Tuesday with Mrs. D. L. Qladc. Bruce Ponton returned from the Sacramento state fair Sunday. Ho brought honio high awards on his sheep. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Buorklo have returned from a fow days passed In Mexico and southern California: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Estos of Long Beach wore recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllo Estos. Joe Carter, Talmadge Doremus, Dclton Rhodes. Dick Carter. J. ,E. Ponton and J. L. Burgess left Tuesday morning on a hunting trip In the mountains abovo Jack Ranch. Events of TehaHhapi TJSHAOHAPt Sept. 17.—MI". artd tfrs. J. S. Moelk of Orland arrived Wednesday for a visit at the homo Of their daughter, Mrs. J. T. Sldener. Mr. and Mrs. John Dix of Mono- Ith are attending tho state fair at Sacramento. Mrs 1 . Nora Fisher and daughter of Los Angeles, who hav* been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harfy B. Nelson of Monolith for a f«w days, returned homo Tuesday. Mr. Fisher, now'de- ceased, was the first superintendent of the Monolith cement plant. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oetman of Oreeley, Colo., are recent arrivals. Mr. detman Is employed at tho plant and they are residing with Mr. and Mrs. McCavo for. the present. TWO rooml at the back of Qlrard's Fountain are being fitted up for flirting rooms. They havo been redecorated and with bright drapes and floor coverings are very at.tractt*<J. As" soon as tables and chairs arrive they will be open for service. Frank Byraud and his father, Joe Byraltd of Bakersf(old, came up Tuesday to visit friends and go deep The members of St. Malachy's Catholic Churoh are giving a barbe- oue at the city park Qunday, September 27, for the benefit of the building fund. Prtcps for the barbecue wm be 35 and SO cents. Lucille Olr&udo Of Bakorsfleld pasted the week end at her father'* home (n CummlnKs valley. Mrs. Maud Jenkins returned Saturday night froW several days' stay Ih Sakersflold, Louie Beauford. Bill Orlffs and Lyle Jacobs attended tho theater in BaKcrsfleld Sunday evening. Mrs. rihoda Munsoy and-son Will lam MuhSey, Mrs. Oartt and Mrs. Hanson of Jawbone visited at tho S. V. Mathews home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs,. Douglas Klngsbury and family drove to Balcersfleld Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wiggins of Arl zona arrived Saturday for a visit with relatives here. • Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stoddart, 8r.. and Miss Margaret Stoddart returned Thursday from a week's vacation in Long Beach and San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Chltwood and family woro in Bakorsflold Sat urddy. „ Mm., Anna Paulson and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Paulson of LookwoOd valley were the iruests of Mr. and iffs. H. A. Weterllng-ovfer the week f end. Mrs. L. A, Smith and Miss I/eona SrrtHh returned Sunday frdm ft week's visit (n Los Angeles and Pomona. Miss Smith has bought the ocal beauty shop from Mrs. Don A thicl, taking possession this Man- > day. Oeortto Doyle of ButtonwllloW *fM a week end guest at tho H. M. Cowan hrimo. Frank Cowan wo* home from Bakorsfleld for the week end. Friends o,f Miss Eunetta 'tlnnney will be sorry to learn Of the death of her father In Bakersfleld lait Thursday. Funeral services were held Saturday. Mrs. Ncma Ralney accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horn of Mon- 611th on a trip to Los Angeles Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Farrls passed tile week end iri Los Angeles. Mr»i Fay Perkins'returned Saturday from a two weeks' visit with her daughters In L6a Angeles. The Hevorehd and Mrs. F. O. Wyatt drove to Bakersfleld Satur,y. Mr. .and Mrs. H. Xt. Cowan nnd MleS JUno went to Bakoi-sfleld Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stoddart, Jr., and daughters passed tho weok end at the Stoddart, Sr., home here. . , Paul Thorriuro has materials: Oh the ground for a new adobe residence at his ranch west of town on the highway. . FALSE TEETH Giving You A "Denture Static" Speech Loose plates cause denture static, clicking, mumbling, lisping, hissing, and slipping and popping out. It tells everybody you wear them.. FAS- TBHTH stops all trouble, grips plates tight for 24 hours. This denture powder Is alkaline—can't causo 8ore.gume, burning, Or bad breath. TaSUeloss. < Get FASTBETH at any drug store. When mouth tissues change, see your dentist—Adv. r-' ' r -> ';< "**'"°r' "•*,; >» > ' !"»**//*"*% f*-mr Lt^ - *; <•<** '' l"tj ttaj ft < <* ^s«> > % »< V V t >i •* j' > «• t£ .N ,»»' ^V <>WM y ••«. *. 4fku*-Ak 4 \\ - f >« GRUNOW Rifrlgeraton—Radloi JOHN R, HUFF Phoni J4IQ I (82 Qhnlir Avinui FOR "STEADY" SMOKING A light Smoke I In Ihoia link* llm*t during your day, when you reach for on* clgarcll*. oll«r another . ..think of your throat... and reach for a lucky. A light imoU |i more than good toiling. A Light Smok* offtri protection to your throat. l"*4 **t <1 J Wj '."V* 1 *** ^ * •s ^ • ^ . (/C A When heavy demands lead to constant smoking — When you're lighting one cigarette from another, working under pressure—under strain... how you'll appreciate all the protection this grand tasting light smoke offers! For in each refreshing puff you'll enjoy the genuine smoothness of tender center-leaf tobacco ...a kind, gentle smoke...an ideal light smoke that is without certain harsh irritants removed by Lucky Strike's exclusive "Toasting" process. When you're working fast, and smoking fast, remember to reach for a light smoke... remember to reach for a Lucky! * * NEWS FLASH! * * "Sweepstakes" winner 5 times in a row! Mr. Clay Morris, 19 years old,ofD»wson Springs, Kentucky, Is a real picket. He's won 5 weeks in a row in Your Lucky Strike "Sweepstakes"— 8 times in all. Mr. Morris writes that all his friends are trying to get him to fill out their entries. Have you entered yet ? Have you won yewr-Luckies—a flat tin of 50 delicious Lucky Strikes? Tune in "Your Hjt Parade" Wednesday and. Saturday even}ngs-?Stujdy the tunes—then try Your Lucky Strike "Sweepstakes"—and if you're not already smoking Luckies, buy a pack today, and try them, too. Maybe you've beea missing something. You'll appreciate the ad vantages of Luckies—A Light Smoke of rich, ripe • bodied tobacco. H S* M^V.v t.
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