The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 18, 1936 · Page 5
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' I' I T • •, 1 - i T j i.. l 1 r-f . * .- r. . -. L . I First - <*:: — i (• 'cx- were fecottnted by mem- Etaftttttt Star at „ of the fall held „ day flight at the M<u»ohI6 Uthfrte. Mls6 Bmtrta JCInney told tit her trip through tho 4 ' Parifthia Cftii&l to Havana, then to New STork and the states. Mrs. J. d. Ohattne- told of her visit to Alaska, most interesting* Mrs. toured Washington and Oregon afid dAftadA though tH6 wheat fields afid ttpjrftf orchards. Mrs. Neva also h&d an extensive east* L h 'r Plan Blrthdny Party Plans were made for the meeting, wHKffi IS to be the annual birthday celebration and charter members' night on September 28. Idne officers will have charge o£ the heat session, which will be on Octcr* ber IB. Winnifred Cokely an<V Silas nghti worthy matron and patron, conducted th$ meeting. Tfttf, Chapter room had been decorated with bowls and baskets of fcinniafl. served for members and their faml- lldlt frfttdedltijf the regular meeting, With Mfc*. Amy Littld In Charge of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Owen- ddlih MaeKllii, Mrs, Huge! Skdeis find MW..Hmn1ft Jane Wrifiit. enteftalhmcini Which co us la to d of dancing. Silas Wright w'as presented with a beautifully decorated birthday cake* To Hold FroiitiQ* Party A frontiers day flatty has been planned for the next meeting and all ftfe requested to cbme in d6stumti. A supper has besti frlahrted which will b6 serVfed ChUck wagon style with Mrs. Mttfgrtret DdVfertney in charge. tVlnttifred Cok^ly and Mrs. ittith will hav6 charge of thd entertainment, which promises to b6 hoVel and ihterestihk/ This Will bo the ninth birthday of the chapter the charter members are to be honored guests. ^•M^M.^^^ High School Has Big Enrollment . fiept. 18**—The Delano tjnidli tfigh" S6h6ol Sh6Wod an Enrollment on Monday of 433 stu- denta, whidh Increased, to 450 on Wednesday. VhiS is better" than last year's enrollment which was only 4fcO on the ope.ning day, and the School year closed ih JUne With 400 Students. The largest qlasa enrollment Is that of the freshman class which Has 151 fthidehtd* The enrollment for the union firanimdr' ,ifc"hb6lfc WaS 800 for th6 first day^ which Is apttfoihriateiy TOO better than the opening day a year Ago. All schools In the system show ah increase 'over' last year, with the east sldd sclidol having- tlw largest ehrollment Tho "riew .building of fbur rooms, 1ft tll6. r eft8t\flidO,dlVJSldri is not finished, and .conditions dro crowded on fcccotint of that filet, but iit>on Its completion, tho Incroaso In enrollment will bo Improved. ^* L -. -. J ._ ^t . ' j Monday and now has an enrollment ttf sis 0Wd6ftt*v ttprtihtiftif en in* Atill cominff In and may reach more than 286* B. p r Janet ^pdftfi tK6*d figiii^s ehov? More than 108 f>er dent fhorease dVef the past fotif years, the present em Idl hoys and 111 gMs. Mudi Ifttfetett is bfting fthfttth in the n&# courses Mfefed.- The dtfp&rtmehi, under the supervision tff P. Jj, Arnold r ban ftt- ItH usually largo enrollment. a new sal drawing, & fle-fc' dotirse by F** s\ irtittiif is pj*avfft& popular with junior and Senltir boys majority in shop and agriculture. Legislation Topic ***•*- j -•*••*•- - - y^ * _ Speaker Sept. 11—Assembly I** ^urtie'r was 1 tho tfiiest speaker at the weekly lunch- 6bn Session of the Hotary Club Which fn6t oYi Tiiesday noon at the Kern H6t6t. Mr. turner spoke oh" two amendments which will appear oh the November ballot for tho approval of the electors. The first he Spoke on was the 6he to the irtcome tax, and ex- i£ aS' hia 6pinlori that unless tho Income tax" IS Used as a source 6f revenue, (h6 fifties tax wilt es tiany be repealed, lie aido spdke the ftmendiTjerit Which tJ^vldeS ri taj^ on bteomargerine; JEJo favors a tax of 10 dents rt fround 6rt codbnyt And all similar oils Shipped Into th6 Ufilted States. edit tin! luccelf w^ —' WSfl 'FAMOUS Potluck Enj s by Woody bY, Sept. ll—^Potluck supper Was enjbyefl by thft Nfelghbofhdbtl dlub members and their families re- efently, Mrs. Ft^ncea Woody being hostess. About 60 people were pre«- 6ht ftnd cai'dft fthd music Completed the evening after a brief business meeting:. The October moetlnff will be at the home of Mi*; ^. 13, **»• A NICKEL DRINK WORTH A DIME Att on Artist Open to All Professionals and Amateurs Rc- in Rerh County. "CALIFORNIA'S HOUR Radio Talent Tournament Six Artists or-Acts Will Win 1. A featured appearance on-the "California's Hour" Salute to Kern County, with Conrad Nagel, Donald NoVJi, Dave Broekma&'fl orcnefltra and Guest stars, oyer K&ilN and the COllimbla-Don Lee Network* Monday, September 30. 2* A round tflp to Los Angeles. 3. Forty dollars eacii in cash. 4. A chance to win up to f 7$0 more in tho state-wide tour- ant. Auditions at KERN I bt^ ks Bakersfleld) londay and Tuesday, teptember 21-22 2 to 4 p. m. and ? to 9 p. m for Fait Puitituintt See NATIONAL DOLLAR STORE esa • i \ . :v -". '- -: ; I-' J <.tF^WJW Il - - ^ - -' L -, *.•••-.*. i --' . - • v I F r T r r i f- - i\J I- - '- - , '. VV.i'J'-t i - i ' • - • r i . i 1936 I J • h .r ••' * L DIES . , *M,;* '5 1 •. -it -.•-.' • oiiv-'/ • % • '> :i - '*-. jf * •-HI '. I. I _. i'' cotttm' blfttrtrete, made by Mittii: Plaid patterns. _ - ± VV SmaH ^-'-A . 1 I J ^ rPPL-: i fitted- Fall colors. - - '.. Plttid SP with sateen 16*8* 1517-1519 NINETEENTH Special L ___ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^p^^^^^^^^^p^^^^^^^^^p^p^^p^^^^^^^p^^^^p^p^^^^^^^^^p^^^^^^B BOYS' SUITS OoEt and jacket with long to match. Checks, fancy mixture and navy bine. Sizes 3 to 10- '..-.-' - .[•i *, ii-j ;--i'i * -,• V£ -* * .- • , * -r,tf V- \H- •--I if-' •\. .1' • 'I- •^ & -f f h i '. tjii *W ilof*& Solid Pfttttrft* eel t, -T k ^"i* -" ^- r and well 5 f<Mtcy •• r cu .allot ea cord f> titii* ronso „ cttff bottom LOA V ^ -n-^» • fill* Gib Nation orro Extrcm • ^ Bran reat Pall • ^^ B|P I " High Starts Need Silks, Crepss, Cordi, Pftbble Ointon the N6w Season's Smartest $tyl*i «Hd ColorSl A wonderful group of Hew Autumn dresses ftt a fip^- oiai low price for this sale, Fabhtotitifl Itl silks, crcpos, cords and pebble Canton* Prints on light and dark grounds. Never hate we ottered fiiich stylish and well made drofcsefi at fid low a price. L _, i_* L..- |T —,<j ^^- — - rjj' fc > *.-* ^fc fcj-1 A j «i «^_ _ hfat.'-lfa A Ifrte. -. f-.. — -—^*^+m^- -. ^^_jjfcj»^^_^>_. __^^_^j_ _^__ ^^-.^^^^ ^.jj. B^^^^^B^^pH^^^^B^^^BBB^BI^BBW^BIBW^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^^p^^^p^'^^^^^^^'^^'^^^'^^'^^^^^^^^^p^p^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^^^^^^^^"^'^'^^^"^^*^^*^'^^^^^^^^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^*^^*^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^'^^^^*^^^^^^^'^*^'^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^ LADIES' FALL COATS Beautiful tiew f&ll nlodels in tailored and .dram fitylod With rich fitr trimmed and popular bro«d tail coats. N6W sieevafi and Cbllar etfoota* Full t^ali colors. All ^^BBHWHBBIH^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ New Sport Coats New fall styles for streot of DCliaol Fine wool- In fancy and soHd colors. Alt fitcea. Special . * . OUS6S stitched fcollar, Rnyon curd* 4 . . i -J^ K *» Foircolors. t * * *».f i *1 *^'^i rrf *ff ^f " V sw^fttcra with puff arid new fall In clever All sized. Special _ _ _ _ _ _ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ New Fall Hats Hundred^ of new tall styles In feltB and taffetas. Clever how wide and narrow brlttifl. fall colors. All sixes. Special . . . olal MMMR1 Chlldren T * SLEEPERS Special fttld on*] and flfttmol Hift and fant'y i St»ca i to • • • • GIRLS' WEAR REPAIR Ladies Half Soles Shoes Dyed Black ^ WHILE YOU WAIT S Leather or Composition 14c 59 c 49 c Sateen filoomem. * , . Broadcloth Slips ........ ttayon Underwear. , , Knit Punticfl and Vcstfl Flannel Gowns . . Flannel » • • •4*4 m^m* •^•r- -^^ 15c 19c 50 c SHOP ON MEZZANINE Pajamas 4 hoes For The Entire Family for Less uy Now T Every Pair Guaranteed Men's Boys' Children's All Sizes in All Styles Ladles' l l ^— — ^ • ^vr ^— ^ n- -T -l Durable h Shoes and Oxfords T and Oxfords; Kid and Calf L Shad and Leathers -, T - \ •& i " H - I!.' - - ,r:.,. Il - M ^^ •- L • ^ 1 -' ' ••' >' ^ 1- - I - I J -V ,-*< r. >'.''^7.-^ Ladies 1 Flann Full Fafthloned -J-; cite fnnoy att<t AH '. ..r ' L ' - ", i ''it. ' •—• " •-^"••^^^"^^•^^^^P^"^™^^^^^¥^™^^^^»^»^^»^^^«¥» Ladies' Taffe I'lno quality rnynn taf- f«tn mi^H In tftiiorcdt with ftM\brol(1**n»(l or laco . tflmtnod. Chiffon-Service weave liosfl with ftleot top. T HftW fall *liAd*s. J-Mrst ily, Rls«*» *H to JO, S«n- n at. (on a I vfthiofl for this j»alo. Spatial LADIES' KNIT VESTS PANTIES Ladles' knit flnup fit panties And vesta. Alt B RAYON UNO . f Choice »^»^»^^^^F^P^^^»^^^^^*^"^P^P^^^^«^^^"-"-^^^^^^^™-™ • ™ •' •• ^ "—•*» ' • ~ • "IT r-l*- T-» • ^Bl • --I—r v MEN'S, LADIES BATHROBES Heavy blanket robes in fancy pattern*. Sateen bound nnd I * ul * BOYS' FLANNEL PAJAMAS i nljortl#«, 1»loo'nior»i pi*in ntnl novelty r«yuh mato- Hni In tRllofert und l»o«« trimmrtil ntyltM. All ooi- or and midd qtmlltr uH hi coat 111 Hi . I*Mnoy o« « to tO. LADIES' MOHAIR SWEATERS HuUoft ttnrt iliphdr ffont In popular tvurnt nio- Imlr BWWAtpre. Kport b*irk. Kail oolorw. All Special .... Ladled Rayon Gowns-Pajamas Regular $1,00 Values Boys Qlrls Jtoavy rayon pa* Januin ufid ffownif with fancy -trimming All color* nml n)i:<'f*. Special . . SWEATERS All-wool and wobt mixed sweat- em In nmtmlr and plain Icntt. Coat nnct sllp- ovor styles. Fall rolors. Sixes 26 to 30, Special , . • J L '-' 2000 en's Shirts FELT HAT and Duko of Kent collarrt, W«U tat- lorod, fino cut clreB AhlrtA In rayon, mad- ntH, and ftuo broad- r.loth. I)ooptono« t culorM and now fancy pat torn». Sh-os 14 to 17. Special . . . —^— • i • •—i—i—^—«- —«—«——- — MEN'S PANTS Striked nnd mtxod cotton pantH and whij>cord pantH for nftts In now felt full • Jr SUEDE SHIRTS Warln nm*d* dtoth *thiru In trny, tan and brown; two fiiul rout 14>4 to * ^ "*"— • f null* In kni nion nd corn color. Rhorl lOUK * peolal ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ oods I H ^^ L • f _ - *f- * Tj ^" * ' f, ~ ^^^•^^BIV^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^V^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^'^*^^^^^^**^^^^^^"^^^™^^^^ NEW FALL >VI<U* iiml inoUhim hrimit, AH colors and ftUAH. Special mammm Men's Zipper Mohair Si molmlr in hlip- ntyl* with part zipper front, Ixmi? i»l*s«»veH. , . I-^ill colors. All Special Men's Flannel PAJAMAS two-piece lu fancy pattern*. . . Full intt. HU*« A to 0* Suit .... mmtmm Men's POLO SHIRTS Heavy fayon polo ahlrtu in dftrk fall color*. Ti« And button col- Inr. All *!»««, clai . . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ asement '-f -. 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