THE BAKtiRSFlELl) CAUPOftNtAy, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1J38 ^Vom Kern's West Side to Join Two 7 West Side Lodges TAFT, Sept. J23.--Laurel Temple No. 80, Pythian Sisters, met in regular session last week with good attendance. The merging of Harmony Temple No. 88, of McKlttrlck, with Laurel Temple was voted on and carried unanimously. Announce- *ment was made of a card parly to be given by Harmony Temple, Sep. tember 20, at the Redman Hall, In McKlttrlck. Bridge and five hundred will bo played with prizes to be awarded for points. Also there will bo a door prize awarded. Next "Wednesday evening tho Sisters will join the Knights from Tart Lodge No. 800, on a welner roast, to be held at the Elks reserve at Tupman. October 7, the Laurel Temple Will hold a White Elephant sale with their regular meeting. The Good Luck club will meet at 'the home of .Frances .Beatty at 200 Woodrow street, on Wednesday aft- ernOon, September 23. All Pythian Sisters are welcome. Taft Miss Guest at Birthday Fete TAFT, Sept. 23.—Miss Jean Mo- Qlnley was the honored guest recently at a Surprise birthday party given her by Miss Phyllis Den ton at the Dcnton home on the General Petroleum lease. .Prizes for games wer awarded to Mildred McGee and Kathorlno Brandenberg. Thpse present at the affair were tho Mlsse Mildred McCSee, Lois Ingersoll, Betty Fox, Qall IngersplI, Katherino Brandenberg, Allco Kennedy, Bllna Priest, Anita Agce, Jano Love, Maxlno Cook, the honored guest Jean McQlnley and the hostess Phyllis Denton. , +»*• <S FELLOWS FELLOWS, Sept. 23.—Miss Rob inson, ono of tho Midway Grammar School teachers, has recovered from her Illness and Is teaching her classes. Miss Stopper and Mrs. Ernest Boucher, two of tho local school teachers, spent the week end In Los Angeles. > Mrs. Drawbaugh of Santa Paula is visiting her daughters; Mrs. Donald Dargltz and Mrs. Wilson Parkor of Fellows. Mrs. Kavanagh of Fellows haa gone to Plsmo to visit her mother, Mrs. Cooper. Tho party of deer hunters that went last week have returned successful. The party consisted of J. S. Sears of BakersfleW, Gaylon Sears, Frank Chane, Nuell Bllby and'O. 12. Sea>s, all of Fellows. Those of tho group that killed deer were Gaylon Sears, J. S. Sears and Frank Chane. Mrs. Grace Cooley of Fellows spent the week end In Los Angeles attending Eastern'Star banquets. Friday evening she went to a reception for Associate Grand Patron Frank D. Cruse and Saturday evening the rc< ceptlon given by Acacia Chapter for Grand Treasurer JosephIne~L. Flsk. Mrs. Cooley Is associate matron of Buena Vista chapter of Fellows. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fulroy and Mr. and Mrs. Harris and son went to Los Angeles over tho week end. Mrs. Fairey's slater from Houston, Texas, who Is visiting In California, returned to Fellows with them. On the return trip they had a slight wreck, doing Httlo damage to the cur. Mrs. Fairey's sister.. Mrs. Stewart was the only ono hurt and she had her nose broken but Is getting along nicely. •- " West Side Couple Married in Ceremony at Taft Church TUFT. Sept 23.—Simplicity and JL dignity marked Miss Salmi Lane's marriage to Alton Coitritt whloh took place Saturday, evening at 7 o'clock at the Presbyterian Church In Taft. The service was read by Reverend F. L. Benedict before a candle-lit altar with a white trellis entwined with terns as ft background. The brido wore a beautiful gown of White chiffon velvet out along simple lines and fashioned with a long train. Miss Lane chose a halo .veil embroidered In tiny pearls • and falling In bias fullness finger tip length.* She car* rled a bouquet of gardenias and lilies of tho valley centered around white orchids. 'Stanley Mulford sang "For You Alone" and "Because" shortly before the bridal party proceeded down tho aisle. In striking contrast to tho simplicity of the bridal ensemble were the attendants' gowns with Mrs. Albert Kldd, matron of honor, wearing pale green lace and carrying a bouquet of baby pink roses, The bridesmaids, Miss .Dorothy Halbo of Los Angeles, wore light blue lace 1 , Miss Elena Hullhan of San Francisco, peach-colored lace, and Mrs. Paul C. Frost cream-oolored lace, and each carried contrasting bouquets of pompom dahlias. Efton Coitritt, brother of the groom, served as best man and the ushers were Gerald Williams, Frank Wagner and John Cross. Following tho service a reception was held at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kldd, 302 South Seventh street, at 8 p. m. The bride Is a member of tho Delta Theta Tau sorority and Is very pop' ular among her hosVof friends and Was honored With several pre-nuptlal affairs. Her husband also has a wide circle Of fflends and is employed by the General Petroleum Corporation. Immediately after the reception Mr. and Mrs. Georgfe E. Coltrln, parents of the groom, gave a dinner for tho bridal party in honor of tho happy occasion. The young couple motored to San Francisco Saturday evening where they Will spend a brief honeymoon and upon their return will be at home to their friends at 121 Shut- tuck uvcnuo. Two Detained in Counterfeit Case fAttoctatctt frc»i £cn««rf Wire) , LOS ANOBLES, Sept. 28.— United States secret service agents took two men into custody today and widened a search for others ftald to be Implicated In an attempt to flood the Los Angeles area with counterfoil $20 bills from the east. Oho prisoner was arrested In Long Beach after he was reported to have sold $1000 of the spurious notos to a federal officer for $800. A second was .apprehended here following tho passing of a counterfeit $20 bill at a food market. Secret service agents refused to dl- vulgo identity of the men in custody, hoping to link them with an eastern ring. *• » ........... 39 ARRESTED IN RAID . LOS ANdELES, Sept. 2. (A, P.H- Police sqituds raided two alleged gambling clubs today, arresting 39 persons anc) seizing $1000 as evidence. At ono CBlabllHhnient In Hollywood. Detective Lieutenant Charles Hoy said he found nokor games In progress. A dice gai»o was raided in Los Angeles. , KERN BANKERS GATHER FOR ANNUAL BANQUET Seventy-eight Korn county bank executives and employes arc pictured above gathered at the annual banquet of the Bakartifield chap- tor, American Institute of Banking, nt Hotel El Tejon. Henry Vordelln of Minneapolis (fifth from right at speakers' table), national president, —Photo by Anmndjon Stwllo. was the guoat of honor. Joseph Cosgrovo of Tatt, Bakorsfield chapter president, Is at Mr. Verde- lln's loft. Five Fellowships Are Oi;feWd a * by Labor Fbundation *>>f-' During 1937-38 WILMINGTON, Dal., Sept. S8,— The Labor Foundation has announced the terms and conditions of five fellowship awards of $2600 each which will be granted for the academic year 1937-38. Applications are to be In the hands of the secretary, A. Lalor Burdiok, by December 1, 1930, Awards will be for research work In chemistry and related sciences. They may be used for work anywhere In the United States or abroad. However, as u memorial to the late Dr. Arthur A. Noyes, founder of tho research laboratory of physical chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ono of the awards for each of the next four years will be specifically assigned to work at that Institution. Taft Club to Hold "Horse Show Ball" TAFT, Sept. 23.—A real treat Is In store for Petroleum Club members and their guests next Saturday night when tho first of tho fall festivities will start. Tho entertainment commute has arranged for Don Carper and his eight-piece orchestra to take caro of tho music for what Is known as tho "Horse Show Ball." This promises to bo tho big night of tho season. This famous orchestra has Just finished a very successful summer season playing at suoh places as tho Country Club of Phoenix, Santa Rita hotel at Tucson and tho Ship Cafe In Venice. In addition to the music by this famous orchestra refreshments have been arranged for after the dance. Many of the exhibitors, noted riders and noted drivers-will bo present as guests of tho members of tho club. A record crowd Is anticipated for this event. There arc many surprises In store for tho balance of tho winter and fall season. -—+ « » EASTERN STAR TO DANCE TAFT, Sept. 23.—Taft Chapter No. 337, Eastern Star, Is giving u reception and dance for Ruth Ross, deputy grand matron of tho thirty-sixth district of tho grand chapter, state of California, Order of Eastern Star at the Taft Masonic temple at 8 o'clock Saturday, September 20. A largo crowd Is anticipated us the worthy grand matron, Bertlo T. Todd, a number of grand officers and members from different parts of the state are planning to attend. All Eastern Stars and their escorts arc Invited. « i » LADY BILLS ENTERTAIN TAFT, Sept. 23.—The Lady Bills club entertained at a well attended Quest Day Monday in Elks homo. Bridge was played -with first prlzo going to Mrs. McClain, second prlzo to Mrs. Warren Stokes, third prlzo to Mrs. Charles Dlfferdlng. Dainty refreshments was served by the committee In charge. Bortha Olson, Olivia Walling, Maude Ford and Hel*>n Townn. Taft Moose Will Hold Initiation TAFT, Sept. 23. —Taft Mooso Lodge will hold Initiation at tho meeting Thursday night in tho Mooso hall, starting at 7:30 o'clock. After the meeting, entertainment and refreshments will be offered. Dictator Guy Berryhlll states that plans for the fall seaspn aro complete and urges all members to bo present. Past Dictator Rod McDonald Is in charge of tho entertainment and Vic Jordan and Mr. Shullz will arrange tho refreshments. ' 4 » > ' QUTET WEDDING TAFT, Sept. 23.—Michael Ellis and Dorothy Ayers Tessandorl wore quietly married Monday at high noon at the homo of Mr. F. L. Bono- el let, who performed tho ring ceremony In the presence of Lorls R. Hanna and Lisa Wright Hanst. Tho brldo wore a tailored grey dress with a rod rosebud corsage. The newly> weds will spend a few days In the south on their honeymoon. 4 . » MAY HAVE CLASS TAFT, Sept. 23.—At least 12 deafened persons must sign an application signifying their desiro to attend a lip reading class at tho evening high school before an application can bo made to the board of trustees for such a class. There Is no ago limit for the applicants, and all defeancd people are urged to sign tho proper petition at 731 San Emldlo street. Go to Fairs for 30 Years; Don't Exhibit (Amncialcd Fret* Leaned Wire) NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 23.—S. P. Whlttsltt and MIko Halloran have contributed their labors to the Tennessee state fair annually for more than three decades. But they've never seen tho exhibition. Halloran is a deputy sheriff employed as special officer to help dl reel crowds going Into tho fairgrounds. Whlltslu Is in -charge of tho puss gate. Now the secret's out everybody^ talking stout 18 month Cicib OtchaTcl u«rsf xou «ftSR»a« MS* «< •ViS- Abat's the fact— everybody's talking about it. How good it is. How ripe it is. And how thrifty it is—because it's sold at the some low price. Age is only a part of. the „ __ ^^ story—because Crab Orchard brand gets its silky-smooth flavor from Top-Run distilling in Kentucky—where fine whiskies are made. How about trying some of this 93 proof Top-Run Kentucky straight bourbon wWskoy,yourself?iX^'P find it at all bars and stores. " '*'' * ( <o* Your Guide to Good Liquors THIS A, CORPORATION bOUUVUXB, Kt. :«¥«, * ; OPEN HOUSE Thursday Night 7:30 to 9:$0 p. m. Here's your chance to browse around in Ward's complete department store! It's the Opening Night of our Fall Home- furnishing Show! There'll be many interesting demonstrations and displays of the newest Fall merchandise—Ward's newest Gas Ranges, the latest styles in modern Furniture, beautiful new Rugs, modern Upholstering Fabrics, and many other liries. » See an Angel Food Cake Baked with the Oven Open! See a Complete Meal Cooked in Fifteen Minutes! See Ward's "American Modern" Model Rooms! THREE BEAUTIFUL DOOR PRIZES Husbands — Bring Your Wife Wives—Bring Your Husband Price Uraaticallu Cult Divan 29.88 educed for thlt event only I Water- repellent, "Ev-R-Drl" processed modern tapestry uphoUteryl 40 coil bate and 114 coil top innerspring pad I Deep layeri of fluffy felted cotton! filial pads, $1 DOWN, $5 Monthly, Small Carrying Ch«rg* SPECIAL I. E. S. Better Sight Floor Lamps Use* 100, 200, 300-wutt globes; nttraetivc styles with approved shades. 5, USUAL $32.95 QUALITY 0x12 AMERICAN ORIENTALS 88 Expensive rug feature* at a very LOW Ward price t Patterns woven through to the back! Deep, thick, imported wool pile I Heavily fringed Axmtasteri MONTGOMERY WARD Wards Will Be Open Thursday Night Until 9:30 P. M.! ^ .
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