The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1936 · Page 2
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 22, 1936
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' ,''-' • ,' ", '**?•;'• '" THE BAK^ftSPIEU) CAtJFOltMAH, f,UBSDAY, 28. News From Kern's TWO EXTRA LAYERS OF GUM- DIPPED CORDS UNDER THE TREAD ! DEEP-CUT NON-SKID TREAD I MORE RUBBER ON THE ROAD !GUM*DIPPED CORD BODYl LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE; "rass^asaj^^ 1 *** 5 *!! mi rr' -~" ARE YOU BUYING NEW T/RES NOW? . ..——•^^••^-. SURE—I TIRES 1 -I'LL GET ^ HAVE NEW ,**•*, Money Is Donated for Second Annual Tuft Horse Show to Be Held Soon (Special to The QaHforntan) TAW. 1 , Sept. 22.—K. C. Bmmona, chairman of the finance committee of the Kern County Horse Show Association which la staging the second annual show *iext Friday, .Saturday and Sunday nights at the Franklin Field horso show arena, was exceedingly gratified this morn- Ing by* the receipt of several checks from BakerSflold In 1 support pf'the West Side program. Heading the list of donors wero Alfred Harrpll, A. Welll, Harry Coffee and Tom F. Burke. Several other chocks havo been promised. Mr. Hat-roll accompanied his check with the following letter: "t note In a Taft news Item that you are at the head of the finance committee for the forthcoming horso show and I feel that that event Is one that Is entitled to the support of tho business men of the county. It Is an Institution which should bo perpetuated ajt one that will be helpful to tho future of the West Bldo and the county as a whole," Another letter was received by Arthur M, Koene, publisher of the Dally Midway Driller, from J. P. Bamttelson, superintendent of transportation of tho General Petroleum Corporation,.expressing his regret at his Inability to enter his horses In tho show. 4-*-* Layette Shower Is Held for Taftian TAFT, Sept. 22.—A layette shower was given at tho home of Mrs. Lawrence Harrah on Rose avenue In honor of Mrs. Joe Yearny. Many lovely gifts wero presented to the honoree. Refreshments of Ice crqam and cake wero served to tho following guests: Mesdames Ben Smith, George Harrah, I* E. AVeston, H. M. Mason J. W. Eploy, Ray Wakefleld, Stone hooker, W. F, Harrah, Rlley Parker Mitoses S. S, Anderson, E. W. Balch Perry Oaborno and several gifts without Identification. 94,000 Voters Want Lemke on Ballots f.4«»oolaferf rrcns Lcateit Wire) LOS ANGELES, Sept. 22.—A cam palgn for signatures to place Lomk presidential electors on tho Callfor nla. November ballot was apurre today by announcement that 04,00 of the necessary 118.000 names a ready have been obtained. .Deadline for filing ballot petition Is September !!fl. -ijwca'.vty BE SAFE! SAVE MONEY! White Shrine Club Meets at 25 Hill TAFT, Sept. 22, — Tho White hrlno Club held Its regular meeting ^rlday at the horri'6 of Pearl Morris n 25 Hill. Election of officers tot he prcHdtt year was held with the allowing elected; Mayme McDonald, president; Loin McGlaln, vlca- ireqluent, and Helen Schasteon, sec- •etary-treaouror. I'laiw wero mode or a theater party to bo h01d In the near future in co-operation with the Amaranth Club. After the business session a social ierlod of bridge was held with first irlx.o going to .Mayme McDonald, Bocond prize to Jeanetto Peahl and consolation prize to Marguerite Nicholson," The next meeting will bo held at the home of Hazel Hale, on Kern street, with Mary Watson as co-hostess. All White Shrine members are urged to attend to get acquainted with other club members. FELLOWS FELLOWS, Sept. 22.—Mrs. Donald Dargltz has gone to Santa Paula to spend several days visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Drawbaugh. Having spent a couple of days ilong tho coast, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Qutgly have returned home. Bridges Club was held Friday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. Efton toltrln who recently moved to Fellows from Ford City. Those pros ent wore Mesdames Earl Smith. H L. Roberts, Wilson Parker, Wilbur Qulgly, Floyd Cooley. Jr., and the hostess Mrs. Coltrln. The afternoon ended with refreshments. The next meeting of tho Bridges Club will bo October 2, and It wll bo a layette shower for Mrs. Efton .poltrln. Club will be at the home of Mrs. Donald Dargltz. Santa Paula visitors in Fellows for a couple of days were Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Grace and son Donald Lloyd Mr. Grace is Mrs. Owen Summer's brother, and they spent their time with the Summers family. The Farm Bureau met at the Mid way Grammar School Friday morn Ing for Its first meeting this fall Miss Dorothy Wilkinson was In charge as usual. The attendance was not very large, and Miss Wilkinson was disappointed. There wero only four present. Mesdames RUB Benett, H. L. Roberts.-. W. Barlow and R. T. C. Roberts. Those whc are Interested in attending the meet Ings and would like to know on wha dates they are held If they will jus Klvo their namo and address to Mrs Russ Benett. She will see to it tlm their name Is put on the mailing list Mr. and Mrs. Mark Johnson o Fellows have gono to Los Angela to spend the week end. . Mr. and Mrs. Theron Barnes hav returned home after spending a two woeks' vacation with Mrs. Barnes parents at Morro Bay. Visitors in Fellows at tho home o Mr. and Mrs'. Walter Falrey arc Mr and Mrs. 11. E, Han-Is, Mr. Harris mother. Mrs. D. P. Harris and Mr Harris' Krandson. Orval B. White all of El Paso. Tnxas. Mrs. H. E Harris Is Mr. Falrcy's sister. irst Baptist Church Group Holds Meet at Home of „ Mrs. Ruth Kroh'n fSpecial to The Oallfornian) TAFT, Sept. 22,—The Women's Missionary Union Of the Qfrst Bap- 1st Church met at the home of Mrs. tuth Krohn in Ford City for tho irst program of the meeting tills all. An interesting program brt 'The King's Highway" 1 was given by hose who have attended special con- ercnces during the summer. The ^resident, Mrs. Hester Argent, led ho devotlonals. Mrs. Myrtle Colt•In. reported on the Greenhorn encampment,- Mrs. Gwendolyn Smith eported on the women's house party it Pacific Palisades. At the close of he business session a social hour vas enjoyed by all present. Refreshments wero served by the hostesses, Mesdames Krohn, Bowman and Argent. . Those attending .the meeting .were Mesdames Evans, Harder, McHenry, Weaver, Bran nan, Layton, Hale, Derden, Bowman, Collier, Macboath, Shelburne, Bryant, Day, Smith, Carter, Radford, Danford, Mason. Cox, Braden, Tolson, McNatt, Stumbaugh, Edgmon, Argent, Krohn, Shelton, Crawford, Dalby and Col- trln. The next meeting will be held at tho homo of tho Reverend and Mrs. Jesse L. Smith at 22B Kern street, on October 8. 4 • »• Church Groups to Assemble Tonight TAFT, Sept. 22.—All chapters of tho World Wide Guild of the First Baptist Church will hold their first meeting of the current year on Tuesday evening, with the different guilds meeting at the following places: 1 Chudra Lela Chapter, at. homo of Mrs. Edna Evans, 703 Fillmore street; Faith Joyce Chapter,' at homo of June Rumbaugh, 201 Jackson street; Gwendolyn Chapter, at home of Mrs. Gwendolyn Smlth'; 225 Kern street; Qayo Harris Chapter, at the home of Mrs. Pauline Edgmon, Birch and Polk streets. Kern River Association of Guild Chapters will hold their annual rally in Taft, October 17 and 18. Inter* esttng plans are,being made for the entertainment of the visitors. • > • LADIES' AID TO MEET TAFT, Sept. 23.—The Ladles' Aid Society of Follows Presbyterian Church will hold their first meeting of tho season on Thursday, September 24. The meeting will be: proceeded by a covered-dish luncheon at 12 o'clock. 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