The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 18, 1936 · Page 3
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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 18, 1936
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' *•-,,• '" . I, I- .7 I ?.-. V f''. - 1 j r + ' - • .r I, •. h • - .-'H £ I' -I L 1 r. ] i .1,' FIRST PRESENT FOR MISSES AND ALL t « >.'.'-' WOMEN •*:<: **». *:•: :•:*>:* WSl 1 •**V*' fr i*.* '••& ® •i* II ew*: :*:*: _* >^ •_ r* • . m [•_•. ^ ^ i l ^ L'.f. *>:•: [•I 1 f* & •>' >^ • m *•*< I* + .tf.t ^^^ * • »:• • h* .•.I .V 4 i '.*.'. f. 1 1 ;s#" -.*.•***> sSS :•:*>: We have opened a special section of tho second floor Lingerie department to be devoted to the needs of misses and small women and featuring specially "Collegiate" Lingerie. You'll find slips, step-ins and gowns of splenQid quality satin, beautifully made in lace-trimmed and tailored styles—and quite inexpensive. You are invJtod to visit this new section. Slips, with adjustable straps; tea rose and white. Sizes 13, 16, 17.. $1.98 and $2.98 Step-Ins In tea rose shade , Gowns In tea rose, blue lengths 52, 64 and 56 Inches or dusty pink. Sizes 13, 16, 17; LINGERIE— SECOND FLOOR Complete the Costume Suede T T -•here calf are beautifully com ^^^ ^^ ^^" — —. . TaUleur, don Tan smart black or brown Fall Trim . .-X-.C,, i-- . h,. . h •• I I. . I ' I - J .-t CAMFOfcftlAN, iFRttSAY, SEPTEMBR 18, 1938 •--. * " * - - 1 J pr ' ' ' ' • ' •^^^^^"^^•^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^PF^^P^'F^F^^P^^^^^^^^^^^P^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^F^P^^^'^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^F^^P^^^^'^^^^^P^^^F^^^^^^^^^'^P^^^^^^^^^F^P^^^^^^'^^^^^B to^VM : ' ^j^^^ b .. jfc ^> . ,^^^ Abli " • i 'i^li ' * ' Two Fail Murdei* vr mr •••'•i a w - >w-*i Fill p j < * AttendanCci Under That " . , . A '« - '• .' W * V -•*•'; <M>«''|, • k p> sked by Victim • ' t±\~- . • ^^ - - ." • , ' f. - * Year; Officers Selected .o. FRUITVALE, Sept. 18.—With an opehihg*day attendance under that of last year's record, Frultvale School opened this week. Enroll* tnent tho first day was 122 and Is now 12D, while laat year at this time 1B6 pupils were on tho roll. However, a number of children have not as yet returned from vacations and tho attendance la expected to Increase dally. Delivery of tho school's new bus has not been made and a new International bus Is being used temporarily. The work of the year Is CACRAMBNtO, Sept 18. -Be^ cauae twb nien he hired to kill him failed -to do the Job, Robert Spencer/ San Francisco, clerk, swore out ft warrant for their arrest charging theft* The two taken into custody were Salvador Lazanb, 21, and Joe Lopez, 19. At police headquarters, Spencer said: "I paid them $17.50 to bump me off and the dirty rats ran away with my money* I want them locked up," Twenty-Thirtians of Delano Gather DELANO. Sept. 17,—The Rever* MM it „*«-* * * -i.** .1 "" d Clarence Wagner, pastor of the well started and different community Methodist Church, was aro being planned, r the, guest speaker at the 7 o'clock dinner session of the 20-30 Clu ™ eighth grade hoa an enroll' th Sam M year which met on Tuesday night at tho while the seventh grade numbers 1?. Hotel Kern. The Reverend Mr. Members* of these two grades have Wagner was requested by tho pro- already met and formed student or- gr a m chairman, Maxwell Cameron, sanitation, the "S. & E. Club/ 1 They to repeat a recent address ho made have chosen the following officers: to the Exchange Club from tho title, President, Lylo Parsons; vlce-pres!- "Americanism." lie said that AmeH. dent, Clydo Vincent; secretary; Ros- canlsm Is facing a human need, and lyn Stancllff; treasurer, Opal Mills; settling It in terms of brotherhood, sergeant-at-arms, Martin Lundquist; Ho further stated that five economic secretary of education. Beverly Stew- systems aro bidding for supremacy art, assistant Westley Nikkei; eecre-1 In tho western world: Nazism, tary Interior, Clara Jane Booth; assistant, Julia Dozlcr; health, Adallno Davis; state, Clarence Pearera; safety committee, Beverly Stewart and Joan San ford. The first of the series of card parties to be held for the benefit of the school's welfare fund will tako place Friday, September 25, In the school Auditorium. Bridge and five hundred will be played. Prizes will bo offered and refreshments served. Play will begin at 8 o'clock. ^^•^^^^^^^^•^•^^•^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j *—*""-*™'-*^^-i YOUTH CAllVKS VIOLIN PAMPALONA, Spain, Sept 18. (U. P.)—Using an ordinary Jack knife, Angel Oonl Navarcorenn, 21, | ivedneBday. ^^^ ^^L AA ^^ ^^ ^^h& 4 .^^ ^^f ^^k ^ ^ J ^A. V M — — *- A ^ ^L - pj4 _ _ _ f J I ^F* Fascism, Communism, democracy and collective democracy. William "Walker, a member of the Tulare 20-30 Club, was a guest of tho club. t Foods Subject in Meeting of Women MeFAHLAND, Sept. 18. — "The Better Buy in Poods'* won the subject studied by members of tho homo department at.their first meeting of the fall season, held at the social rooms of tho Church of tho Brethren has carved a violin out of walnut in tho spare time between his ngrl cultural labors. Uo has learned to play tho Instrument of his own making and is indispensable at local fetes and dances. Mrs. Dorothy Wilkinson, Kern county advisor, was In charge and Victor Crettol Is Commander j Post; Installation Planned Oct. 7 (Special to The WASCO, Sept, IS.—Victor Crettol was elected commander of tho AVasco f post of American Legion Wednesday night and will bo installed at the next meeting to bo held on October 7 in Wasco by B, Poole, commander of the fifteenth district. Other officers elected were Ben AV. Homfold, first vice-commander; Earl S. Terry, second vice-commander; Alvln Haven, chaplain; executive committee, txi- land Brier» .Dr. T. F, Prather, Lester Smith, Alvln Haven and Nell Mitchell. Tho position of adjutant Is appointive and will bo announced at a later date. Herbert H. Baker of Tehachapl, recently elected commander of tho Kern county council was present to outline plans for the corning season of council actlvitiea. Waaco will be host to tho Kern council on October 11 with tho ossletanco of tho Legion Auxiliary. Lester Smith is the retiring commander of the Wa«co post. L ^^^^_^^^^_^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__^^^^^^^^^^^^^— ^••^^^^••^•^^•^^^^^^^•^^^^^^.^^^^^•^^^^^^^^"^""•^^•""•^ Church Services for Sunday Told McK-AHLAND, Sept. 18.—A sermon in tho interest of tho Church of the Brethren Seminary in Chicago will bo presented Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at tho local church by Reverend J. I. Oof f man and-a freewill offering will bo taken for tho support of the institution. Other regular services will bo held as usual, with Sunday school at fl:4fi a. m., Christian Workers Group meetings at 7 p. m. and worship and service at 7:46 o'clock. FORMS AUTHORS' CLUB HOLLYWOOD. SepL 18. (A. V.>— Irvin B. Cobb announced tho formation today of tho Authors' Club to replace the defunct Writers' Club. an Interesting day was enjoyed by Tno membership, ho said, would bo those Attending. The next regular open to screen and fiction writers. will be held in tho country home of Mrs, B. W. Root. October 29. and to newHpaper men and women. Cobb la the president. L , / .•^ -, L ' \ " i * 1 -, * '.: . .\ -> ' - * V ' TO Buv ..--. -. '>x^<-::-x X '-',-, ;•/ - • ' .* • : '*-.'-; * ? .- '.< • ,V/ tr-J .', X •' f - * ft?" f t'J * r* You associate velvet with regal splendor—with the pageantry of all history—and this full you will associate it with the season's most beautiful clothes. Some styles have skirls a swing, as short as street length, Others are quite long. Necks are high and necks are low, forming a V; full, puff sleeves are long, with shouldfer fullness. FASHION FLOOR SIZES 12 TO 20 ^T^r^-w^^i^^^'^^^'^^T/^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^ 'V^'^^^^^/-^^^ . . ,. .;.. -i: . I .M/. . -i-' s - -v/ r •--•y/^ ; e ^^v, ' <t :-iv. '-•• L j L • '.-to BROCK'S PRESENTS i "• > "i * i' ' - _' : - ^" r ' 'V • ,-:-. - I . :i, *. f --; • i-, -- i .--•'. . ^->.•:.,-' ;i.. .-v., .' : "TvV/ ,L L ' ''H? I BELDING CORTICELLI MARILLYN 1-1 > . :" • i.i^ia -i .. *••'<(.* SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY US IN BAKERSFIELD CREPE MARICELLO Novelty surface, wooMike rayon, acetate and cellophane , CHECKED CHELANO CREPE New spun rayon and wool mixture fabric • 6 $1.29 INDRA CREPE Acetate and Rayon — a very beauti ful cloth with an interesting BlUU $1.59 JAQUELLA SATIN Reversible Acetate and Rayon Jacquard in nailhcnd and eyelet designs ............... CROCODILE SATIN A lovely fabric with surface interest of exceptional beauty. Colors: Burnished silver, copper and gold. Also black and white $1.69 Ask About Our Free Cutting Service • o SEE THE WINDOWS 744I.40. TQBUV J'y.S FABRICS MAIN FLOOIl Fall Sale Sewing Needs Silk Bias Tape... bolt 7-Yard Bolti 6llk Seam Tape bolt Cortlcelll Darning Silk, 12 Spools In In Box Silk Dress Shields, Pair Cortlcelll Spool Silk each Glove Silk Beautee Pit Girdles, Each... $1.25 Hickory Silk Rubber Ap rons, Without Seam, each... $1.00 De Long Shoulder Straps .pair NOTIONS—MAIN FLOOR errin's Imported Gloves ade In France • KIDS •SUEDES Gloves can be quite the smartest finish to a full outllt and Perrin's arc renowned for their excellent style and quality. Smooth- fitting slip-ons or novelty cuff styles, in all the smartest fall colors. p Gloves—Main Floor Park Free Mutter Car Service Oarage, Twentieth and K STREET 5# -> - - 1 - * - ^^~ ^f^f^^^ ^•'*^~^ ^^^^ "^*"L Vtntlne's Bath Powder ..... Bath OIL..., Vantlne'a Toilet Water.. * Vantlne'a SacheU.... _ 1 • '•- ^^^^^^^^^^y^^m. .._-. 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