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- I * *: f -, >- I 1 -" V i . ' I L L I . - . I t - I THE BAKERSPIELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1986 r - _ ' f * ( -l l m - i T '. .1 ,£-. t. mmum * . Marieopa to Have • ^B ' '----••• - - •*• • ^^™ •• - _ Plans MARICOPA, Sept. 21»-»»A recrea- Uoiml project under the direction of WPA was planned by & delegation from the various clubs under the fllrectlon of the Exchange Club who •'met.with-H; J. Hath, o£ Bakersfleld, Kern county recreation director, and Mrs. C. E. Cuplto, of Delano In tho BChool building .here Thursday morn- Ing. O. O. Miller, chairman of the meeting, represented tho Exchange Club and presided, A decision was reached to Illuminate tho present football field for night games, and also to have lights around tennis court for night games. Present at tho meeting wero Mesdames Hattie Bennett, Alice Toy and Jane Ballard, of the local Parent Teacher's Association; Edna Kicker, Mabel Bond and Kuth Brandon, of the AVoman's Improvement Club; O. O. Miller, M. H. Lytle aftd Sam Hamilton of the Exchange Club, O. W. Noble, Pearl Green and Sarah Hupp of Marieopa schools; Reverend T. C. Williams, of the Congregational Church; W. E. Devlne, of the Boy Scouts and Mayor J. J. Lehman of Marieopa city, Fellows Society Eve FELLOWS, Sept. SI.—Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Hartman and baby daughter Marilyn Jean have returned home after spending a few days in the south. Mr. Hartman spent part of his time in Long Beach and Huntingdon Beach at- tendnig a rally of tho Christian Church, Mrs. Hartman and Marilyn Jean visited with her parents in Alhambra. Fellows' visitors for a few days are Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dale, forme/ residents of Fellows. They are spending their vacation with his parents in Ford City and are visiting all of their old friends. Tho Dales are now living at Portola where Mr. Dale la manager of the Bank of America, Before he moved away from Fellows Mr. Dale was manager of the Bank of America here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy IX Norman are at home to receive visitors at tho former Krohn home across from the library. Deer hunters this week are Joe Hedrlck, Fred AVeddle. Ernie Wood*. John Shaw and Mr. Myers. Mr. Myers Is from Me Parian d. They have gone to Plumas county to try their luck. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Huffman from the C. C. M. O. lease are moving to Ford City to live. The Christian Church's Ladies' Aid met Thursday afternoon for the first time this fall. The meeting was held at tho church and was a business meeting. They will hold the next meeting In October sometime. Holds T%T j lVlC6t Moose Women Are Planning Parties I ^^•4^H*B*44*«to^^B^^ TAFT, Sept. 21*—The Women of the Moose, Taft Chapter No. 667 will sponsor a series of card parties in the near future. Bridge and 600 will bo played. Lovely prizes will be given for both current prizes and grand prizes. Refreshments will be FALLOWS, Sept. 21.—The Ladles' Missionary Society of tho Presbyterian Church of -Fellows met at the church for tho regular meeting of tho month. Mrs. Bender, tho president, presided over the meeting. Mrs. H. J. Dustln had charge of the devotional part of tho meeting. A very Interesting program was given by Mrs. W. H. Barnes, after which a social time was enjoyed. Refreshments were served to Meadames H. *O. Bender, W. H. Barnes, T. E. Barnes. Wendell Snoddy, Leo T. Smlthe, Lee Barton, W. Barlow, J. M. Cooper, C. L. O'Dell, Nell Reed, H. J. Dustln, R. J. Bennett and C. E. Simons. Mrs. R. J. Bennett and Mrs. Charles Simons were the hostesses. Tho children who wero there were Donald Barlow. Zane and Gary Simons, Charles Reed and Lorls Ann Reed. Junior Regent Margery Flipper general chairman of tho series and will be assisted by Senior Regent Hazel Wilborne. The women will meet in regular session on Tuesday, September 22, at 8 p. m. A large number of candidates will be balloted on and Important business of the year taken care of. All members are requested to be present and all visiting co-workers are cordially invited to attend . Refreshments will be served by Delia Jackson, Hilda Hlldebrand and Erma Franklin. Potluck Held at • Maricopa_ Church MARICOPA, Sept. 21.—The Uidies % Aid Society of the Congregational Church entertained at a potluck luncheon at tho church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. T. C. Williams as hostess. Following tho luncheon reports were given or activities of members during the summer vacation. Present wero Mcsdamcs Williams, Ralph Patterson, E. H. Sears, Jack Patterson, John O'Day, John Bayer. Thelma Stewart, M. .H. Lytlo and Jack Rowe. The aid will hold a cooked food sale on Thursday, September 24, In tho vacant building near the M. H. Lytlo drygoods store. MARIGOPA 1 MARICOPA. Sept. 21.—Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Uussell and Mr. and Mra. John Jenkins and children motored to Los Angelos Wednesday morning, where they passed tho week. Mrs. S. G. Tryon left Friday morn- for PIsmo to bo with her sister who Is very til there. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore and son Jack motored to Bakersfleld Saturday and wero accompanied home by Miss Helen Moore who passed tho week end with her parents. .Mrs. Sid Ensor and daughters returned to Marieopa during the week from Pennsylvania where they passed tho summer with relatives. Tax Collections Told by Official \ (Afsoctated Press Leased Wire) SACRAMENTO, Sept. 21.—Stale Controller Ray t*. Rlloy announced tho state has collected $38,000,000 In taxes since July 1, as compared with only 129.000,000 for tho corresponding period lust year. He listed tho total current debt of the etato general fund as ?36,9G3,221 In outstanding registered IOU warrants but pointed out there was a general fund cash balance of $15,471, 192 as of August 31. That leaves the general fund with a deficiency of $21.492.020 as of the first of this month, some $2,000,000 loss than tho deficit at a like date a year ago. Riley recently estimated that Increasing revenue appear likely to bring tho state general fund through tho blennium with a deficit of $00,000,000 on June 30, 1037, about $20,000,000 under original calculations. Improvements at Drink-0-Link Now Anticipating a vigorous fall and winter business, tho DrInk-O-Lluk, one of Bakersfleld'B finest cafes at Eighteenth and R streets, has completed extensive Improvements, which further enhance tho attractiveness of this,establishment. A spacious new awning for the convenience of parking patrons has been completed just outjslde the coffee shop at the east end of tho building. Inside the roomy Spanish dining room and cocktail lounge the floors are resplendent with new carpet, which has Just been laid. \ Other additional Improvements are planned for the near future, according to Frank Word, Drink-O-Link proprietor. SOCIETY MEETS TAFT, Sept. 21.—Tho Missionary Society of the J^our Square Lighthouse of Ford City met in the homo of Mrs. G. D. Gill to resume their work. Mrs. Thomas, of Arkansas, lead tho devotionals. Tho afternoon was spent In sewing. Refreshments were then served to Mrs. E. Henderson, Mrs. C. Bledsoe. Mrs. O. Ilengst", Mrs. E. McNeally, Mrs. D. Baster, Mrs. W. Turner, Mrs. Goodman, Mrs. A. Browing, Mrs. A. Bledsoe. Mrs. D. D. Gill and Mrs. Goodman. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED TAFT, Sept. 21.—In celebration of tho birthday anniversary of Mrs. Arch E. Neul, Mrs. Jay B. Wharton entertained with a luncheon at her home at Belrldge. Guests present were Mesdames Ernest Press, Willlam Grant, Jack Auser, Laurence Banderob, Ray McDonaugh, Luclen Mears and the guest of honor, Mrs. Arch Just-a-Mere Club of Marieopa Meets \ MARICOPA, Sept. 21.—Mrs. Hoyt Bennett was hostess to tho members of the Just-a-Mere club at her home Thursday afternoon for their fall opening. Dessert refreshments were served at 1 o'clock, followed by bridge, with prizes going to Mrs. Delos Miller for first, and to Mra. Qlen Burroughs for second. Those present included Mrs. Lester Ballard, Mrs. Bill Wiswoll, Mrs. Ed Anderson, Mrs. Joe McMillan, Mrs. Maurice Perry, Mrs. Delos Mil* lor, Mrs. Glen D. Burroughs and the hostess. COMMITTEE TO MEET TAFT, Sept. 21.—Tho executive committee and committee chairmen of the Women of tho Moose Taft Chapter will meet In tho Moose hall on Monday evening at 8 p; m. Senior Regent \Vilborn requests all interest-id in tho welfare of tho chapter to be present as this will bo an important meeting. •V- • t - :* -i •**y. .• «.- *-*.'* -vv. i-* , .- .v,* s *f#. .».» f.^ n r ^ tfV-X* %m • *.•.*. .1.- »• . n V V .'." '.-•. --" - 1 -; • v <. * v SS** ••I .',»-•'I * - r .H - Vr, L'.'. .r •-*••-• - * -.h W .'-«. «f- - yy. :•', '.'•I -V*V J '. ?s. • 1 II 1 -*- -••t V,' •• • .n M i- • ± ."» *•- Autumn Tones Rotor Clomi. Vlfomin-fllUd, Nnttt of MO food i. CUfln, whltt moatt, only, pockod In orlflnat no- tHtloui julctt. Econofnt- col. Roclpoi ol your LEAF-RUST VINTAGE REDS SUN-RUST TREE-GREEN TUDOR BLUE Vs.- MIN«D S£A CLAMS *.- OCC Gwd lt r SUN KONQ HERB CO. CONSUtTAtlONS FREB Wonderful horbs for chronic acute aliments of tta kldneyi, liver, stomach trouble, etc. K»po- daily effective for all kinds of venereal disease*. Herb* offer Immediate relief. K 6t. ( Corn«P of Twonty^thlrd These sun-ripened colors in rich velours, in felts soft us fur; in suave velours! Or . . . on your darker hats . . . they glow in the arch of a bird wing . .. the sweep of a quill . . . the flash of a jeweled clip , . . shower of ostrich fronds. Discover how Autumn tones vitalize your hair, your eyes, the dark richness-of your costume. $10 SEE THE WINDOW FASHION FLOOR *.' . '•! * * J- t I n Young Democrats Will Hold Rally TAFT, Sept. 21.—Taft Chapter of the Young Democrats Club is sponsoring: a political rally in Lincoln School auditorium Tuedsay, September 29. Colonel William Evans, of Los Anffeles, who is well versed on the present administration, will be tho main speaker oC tho evening. Prominent Democrats from tho West Side, Bakerefield, Waaco and Delano and possibly Tehachapi will bo in attendance. Tho Young Democrats and tho central committee are working diligently to make this rally a success. Tho Young Democrats, together with the "Roosevelt for President" Club have recently opened their headquarters until after tho November election in tho Fox hotel. They will distribute literature- and provide a radio for those who cannot tune in conveniently on tho radio broadcasts of the Democratic party. Everyone is cordially invited to attend here and Miss Kinslnger will be on hand to aid anyone who is interested in getting any information concerning tho campaign. Townsendites to Change Meetings TAFT. Sept. 21.—The Townsend Club No. 1 hold its last mooting in Blue Moon hall Thursday, completing arrangements to hold meetings in tho future each Tuesday night in tho Roosevelt Annex auditorium. Rod McDonald, a former president, at the request of President Ed Trask, gave a sfoort talk as did Mrs. McDonald. Ben Badger, now residing at Berkeley, gave one of his interesting talks, stating he had been present at several club meetings while away but found none conducted as orderly and with as much harmony as tho Taft club. Ho stated he would retain his momber- ship in tho Taft club. President Trask reported on the all-day mass picnic to be sponsored by tho two Bokersfield clubs and the Taft club at Kern River Park October 11. Mrs. Fila Fox, president of Bakersflold Club No. 1 Is In charge of the program. Several good speakers will bo a feature. MARSdOL Constitution Day Is Occasion of Brilliant' Fete for Marieopa People MARICOPA, Sept. SI.—Members of tho grammar sclfbol, under the direction of Mrs. Kosettu llnmlUou, entertained at a Constitution day program in the school building Friday afternoon to which the parents and friends \vero Invited. Tho program opened with salute to the flag led by Jack White, and singing of America by all present. Oth^r numbers on tho program in eluded orchestra numbers under tho direction of Miss Mary Brey with Miss Peggy I«athan accompanist, "The valuo of tho Constitution" by Ruth Kamp; Tho Constitutional Convention, Bob Seal; Makers of the Constitution. Jack Hall; The American Crood, Jim Cnrter: rending, "My America," Mary Ix>u Miller. A three-act play "The First Flag," WHB dramatized by the following students: George Thomas, Tlnth Kamp. Curl Huyslctt, Colyn RuU- don, Gene Miller, Uobert Reyes Gene Sims. Patty Varley, Norma Knhler, Mltelda See, Elizabeth Throop, Frank Thomas. Rachel Shields. Bob Seal. Peggy Green. Mary Ixiu Miller, Jack Moore, Ger- aldlne Bubp and Jean Schhnpff. Following tho program all present were Invited to the school cafeteria whero they wero entertained nt .1 tea. Mrs. C. B. Warner and Mrs. James Carter did the pouring and Mrs. Rosetta Hamilton, Mrs. Myria AVelkel and Miss Ruth Morrison In colonial costumes, received tho guests. Girls who took part In the play and entertainment did the serving. DANCE IS PLANNRD TAFT. Sept. 21.—The Knights of Columbus will hold their first dance of tho year on October 9, at St. Mary's hall. Bobby Wilson's orchestra will furnish tho music, committee in charge Is t*oren sel, J. Thompson and John i dan. Priest Says Party Back of Lemke for Power to "Bargain Matter Is Theme for Local Church "Matter" VTBA the subject of the Lewi on-Sermon on Sunday in air branches of Tho Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. A Biblo citation in the Lesson-Sermon Included these verses from Isaiah: "Ho, every one that thirtieth, como yo to tho wxters, and he that hath no money; como ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wlno and milk \vithout money and without price. Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? and your labor for that which satlsfleth , - ••- - * VVl , .X ' IJ <-', '.'f V.. * .' . .• - •-:••"& .. h i . Tho Gcis- Ulor- Shop good and early, tomorrow, if you don't want to mist this SALE! fe.V fr ',) S-' . * I - I SHORT Sttti JlH |« 43% M1DIUM »i*t 32 )* 44 LOHO SUM 91 * 44 Uu»h *t WMto GUARANTEED pure dye ail pure silk Mawr REGULARLY 2" TOMORROW Remember last year & Bryn Mawr sale> Every piece gone by 3 o'clock and hundreds of latt comers disappointed 1 Because buying Bryn Mawr slips at reduced prices is like buying dollars at a discount* For Bryn Mawr is * the famous patented, alternating bta* cui that prevents sagging! shrinking or twisting * the famous brand that s made of pure dye all pure silk (no metallic weighting to wash out ana destroy the fabric) * the famous brand with lock-stitched never.np seams Even at regular prices Bryn Mawr slips sell faster than we can buy them. They'll go like hot cakes tomorrow, and when these are gone you won't get them again at the same price. So don't miss this sale! Gfct a year's" supply for yourself and your friends. SECOND -ELOOR . r •' '1 • i /Yes* Leased I>ES MOTXKS, Iowa, Sept. 21.— Father Charles K. Coughlln said at a press conference hero that tho j nol n hearken dIURently"unto" meTand Union parly's purpose In supporting S eat ye that which Is good, and let tho presidential campaign of \Vil- I >' our BOul delight Itself In fatness. to to "bargain." ; ways, nalth iho Lord. For as tho Lemke needs." tho Detroit ' heavens are higher than the earth, who organized tho National! 80 urc m >' ways higher than your , . _ .. .. „. . Mvays. and my thoughts than your lul Justice said. 'Is 8 j thoughts." Ham power "All priest Union for Soc per cent of tho electoral vole to throw the election Into tho House "Tho Constitution requires a oniv dtdnte for President must receive more than GO per cent of the electoral votes to win. "Well, all the straw polls show Governor tendon and President UoosnvoU aro HO close that neither lias as much RH t>0 per cent NO U appears quite probable that Leniko can gel enough votes to throw tho election Into the House and put us Into u position to bargain.'* Father Coughlln, here, to address a Union party rally today. Bald ha told his Union party candidates In Michigan to quit rnmtwlgnlng and lot Iho Itepubllrnns win In tho coining gubernatorial campaign. i Court Decides Thirst of Artist Colony May e Quenched h (United Preii Leated Wire) SALINAS, Sept. 21. — Superior Judge H. O. Jorgensen has ruled that the ban on tho sale of liquor in Carmcl, artists' colony, was Illegal and that alcoholic beverages may be sold to the writers and painters there. , Tho ruling was given In the case of tho Espindolas stores and Isabel A. Leldlg, who had been charged by tho Carmel Development Company with selling liquor In violation of tho terms under which they became property owners In the city. The original owners of the prop* erty Inserted a clause In their deeds to purchasers, specifying that the of tho real or tho spiritual "and j * alfl or exchange of liquor by the eternal." ' purchasers would be a breach of covenant and that persons so vtotat- • Ing the covenant would lose their property, which would revert to the | original owners. j Jorgonsen, In ruling that the sale j nf liquor was legal, held, however, i that tho original owners. In selling tho property. did not Insert tho clause "all sales" and therefore did not Intend to keep ho entire area free of liquor. Una of the passages from "Science and Health with Key to tho Scrip- turps." by Mary Baiter Eddy, stated: "Eternal things (verities) aro God's thoughts as they exist In the spiritual realm of t ho real. Temporal things are the thoughts of mortals and are iho unreal, being the oppo- Burglars Guilty of Slight Error MANCIiritlA TIIAUK UP WASHINGTON. Sept. Ifl. (U. P.>— A largo increase in exports from Manchuria to tho United States of soybean products and of other weeds and oils on which United States duties havo not hoen increased, la ox- peeled" In the 11*30-37 marketing sea- won, according to tho Department of Commerce. i :Attoetotcd I'rcn Looted SAN JOSE, Sept. 21.— Police walked around a little group of robbery suspects and sniffed. When they cnmo to Charles Cooloy, 20, Berkeley, and Davis Fordon, 18, of 8ft n Jose, they sniffed and pointed. "They're the ones," they Raid, It seemed that burglars who entered tho cabin of Miss Louise Knoepple, a storo manager here, made tho mistake of freeing a little striped animal caught in u trap. Cooley and Fordon. arraigned in Superior Court, denied they entered tho oabln or freed a skunk. INTELLIGENCE LAG 8ET AT 33 LONDON, Sept. 17. (U. P.>—"A man of 40 has no more intelligence than a boy of 14," said Dr. Thomas Wright, headmaster of Coatbridge School, Lanarkshire. 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