The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 24, 1936 · Page 4
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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 24, 1936
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THE DABffftBPIELb CALtFOftNtAfr, THURSDAY, JEPJt'EMBER 2J, 1086 LA UNDR Y AND DRY CLEANING One-Day Laundry Service 15% Discount If You Bring Your Bundle! PHONE U'hy wait two or thrno days for your laundry? Send It to HH uiid we'll have II back In ono day! Our Rcrvlno IH fa«tar, iinoxcnllod for quality nnd chuupcr! Compare thntio prlcon with what you arc. paying now: Family Flat. Work—ShootH r>r, Slip* :u-. ItcniKh Dry SO p|cven for $1.00. Flnlnhcd Work- ShlrtH If.r. All work dniio In onu of llxt fluent und inont niodnrii plants in tint WBHI. 6 8 3 3 PURE SOAP und SOFT WATER u»odl Al«o Mipr'rlor dry cleaning. Mun'fl Hulti dry rli-nnfd and pronged for only 86c. Huts r I can cd and blocked. Otlntr Mirvlc«n Include cleaning of drnpOB, rurtaliiH, rugH and cnrpots; overstuffed fnrnlt an. 1 , feathers and ninttroRHOH rono- vntnd. Try thin hotter servlco today! It will «<nvf> you I linn «nd mnnoy! A phono cull will bring us to your door. VALLEY LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING 430 Kentucky at Tulare Rev. ScJiueffer Appointed to. Committee of Council to Meet in October (Special to The Caltfornian) WASCO, Sept. 24.—Rev. S. Car- lylo Schaoffor, pastor of the Metho- dint KplHcopal Church ha« boon appointed a. member of tho rcnoarch committee of tho discussion conference to ho held under tho auspices of tho World Service Council of the Houthern California conference of tho MothodlKt Kpiscopal Church at First Church, Bakersfleld, on Monday and Tuesday, October 6 and 8. , ThlH conference In ono of seven which will bo held In key cities of thn conference onch week commencing .September 24 In San Lulu Oblapo and closing In J'hoonlx on November 13. Tho main topic In to bo "When We Hoe Our Church at Work." Glimpses of the progress of tho church program nt home and abroad will bo given by representative!) from thn general boards, nationals, representatives of tho riicon, bishops, dls- trlct superintendents, pOHtorH and laymon, younu people's leaders, church social leaders, women's socle- i tli?H, picture lectures with storooptl- j can, maps, posters, pageants and plays. ' Reverend Mr. Hchaoffer will preside ut several panel dlseusHlons nnd participate, also glvo findings at tho eloKo of the conference. Much well-known speakers no Will- I sic Martin, chairman of World .Set i |ro Hound); Krai Cox, of tho board | of hospitals and deaconess work and homo missions; C. 10. Leltxell, Miss Roxonii Beck and J. O. Hexson; ('. Slewiii't I'attorson, board of temper' anno and public morals; W. M. .Tor fni-n, relief board; Tlalph W. BaylosH, of American Bible Society. Oeorgo O. Bccht(d will bo In i cbarKO of tho World Hervlco ex- j hlblt. Illshop James Baker will preside : at tho ronfi'i'i'iices. At the cluKi- of tho conference a roport of tbn "l-et us do something iibruit It" cummlltoe will bo given. Thn obji-f-l of tills Herlen of moft- lii«n IH to bring new missionary life \ and Interest Into the homo church i and to bring to members a clear story of what the rhurrh Is doing In Aniprlc-ii and In other lands. Arizona Workers for Lewis Method FM013NIX, Ariz., Bept. 24.—The Arizona federation' Of Labor was on record today an endorsing John L. Uswls and his committee on industrial organization In the bitter fight which has disrupted the American Federation of Labor. Ignoring a lengthy telegram from William Clreen, president of the A. F, of I/., pleading for their support, delegates to tho state federation convention plumed a resolution in which they declared "It la now evident that If labor Is ever to be placed on tho upgrade again, It will have to abandon the anclont, Inoecuro and impotent system of organization which organized labor to craft . . . the vertical union or organization according to Industry i« effective and In all cases beneficial, and proper organization of Industry along 1 such linen would expand labor membership by several million." *«» Masefield Voices Confidence in U. S. NEW YORK, Sept. 24. (A. P.)—John Moaeflcld,nhe British poet laureate, spoke American to describe his be llofs concerning America's literary future. As he sailed for home on tho S. S. Queen Mary after attending Harvard University's tercentenary celebration he was aukod If ho thought the United BtuloH would produce poets of classical caliber. "You bet It will," answered the man whoso writings are models of tho king's English. "America has not yet reached HH apex of pootlc do velopmonl." I). James Bryant Conant, presldeni of Harvard University, and his wlfo also sailed for England, "purely for a rcBl." MI-B. Beryl Markham, tho Brltlsl woman who flew the Atlantic solo oarly thlo month, returned homo on the Queen Mary. •»• » WASCO TO HAVE SAJLR WASCO, Sept. 24.—Tho Ladies Aid Society of tho Methodist ISpls copal Church will sponsor a rum mage nalo on Saturday, Heplembo: 26, in tho Kern County Qarugo. Bali will commence at 10 a. in. and con tlnuo until everything in Hold. Any ono having donations for tho nal will please call Mrs. Edwin Boot! and they will bo called for. Mrs Booth is being assisted by Mrs. M M. Bridges and Mrs. C. A. Bewick. Rosedale Residents Return From Long Automobile Trip 3OSBDALE, Sept. 24.—Mr. and •*•*• Mrs. L, I/, Clow and family re- ently returned from a six weeks tour if many states where they visited relatives and many old-time friends. The Clown began their extensive tour from Redpndo Beach where they itched up Mrs, Mertan Harlow, a slo- cr to Mr. Clow who accompanied hem to Iowa, From Redondo they went to San Francisco on the coast >lghway and from there on the redwood highway Into Oregon where, in Salem, they were dinner guests of principal and Mrs. John M. Miller vho passed the summer in Oregon. Tho Clows next ferried across tho Columbia River In Washington and jack, and thence followed the Coluin)la highway along which they Viewed ho Bonnovllle X)am and the salmon fisheries. Their next point of interest was Yellowstone National Park after which they crossed the Black Hills and stopped for two days In Mitchell, South Dakota where they wore greeted by many old school chunis whom they had not seen for 16 years or more. From South Dakota they motored down Into Iowa Where they visited Mr, Clow's mother, Mrs. Alice Clow, and his sister, Miss Emma Clow In Rockwell City. To Have Movies in Shatter Clubhouse SHAFTER, Sept. 24. — Dorrel Mooro, representative of an Avena theater business, is planning to place a moving theater, fully equipped for sound and the prescn tatlon'of the latest pictures on the screen in tho women's clubhouse o tho Wednesday Afternoon Club dur Ing the winter months. He has op erated an open air theater here dur Ing the summer and his project has been a signal success. Mooro has contracts with sucl major film producers as Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer, Fox Film Co., Para mount Pictures, United Artists and Warner Brothers. LKG'S BROKEN; IT'S JOKE TORONTO, Out., Sept. 24. (U. P. A racing fan attending a Dufferln Park meet laughed loudly when horse kicked his leg and broke It "It's all right," ho told alarmed wit nesses. "Tho leg's mado of wood.' Clow's next stop was in Austin, Minn., at the homes of Mrs, Clow's rother, Stanley Fink and her sister, Mrs. M. C. Hoffman, They stayed 0 days in Austin and enjoyed a very hterestlng visit to the Hormel Meat Backing Company. They next ro« timed to Iowa where a big recop* Ion was given them by Mr, Clow's elatlves among which were Mrs. Norton Harlow of Redondo and Mr. Harlow who had joined her there. Their return trip took them on a central route through Nebraska, Wyoming, Salt Lako city, Utah Zlon 3 ark Into Nevada where they viewed ,he Roosevelt Dam. From Las Vegas, Nev., they went directly to Redondo'Beach and then lome to Bakorsfleld. The Clows >rought back four children who were orphaned by the death of Mr. Clow's sister. Three of them stayed In Ro< dondo with the Harlows and one girl, Marie Peterson, will make her home here with the Clows. Wineries' LaB$ls Must BejCHahged Pr«MXi«<»ie* Wire) SAN FRANCISCO; Sept. 24.— v Nearly all labels uM;,oii the 700 California, wineries, sofise of them more than a haJf-century old, will be changed before December 15, to conform to new regulations, it wan announced 'todays •" ~ •> -After December IB no winery, or wholesaler hOldtng'a federal alcohol admlnlMtratloh basic permit will be permitted to bottle or. pack wine or , to remove It from' MB premises unless the labels used have been approved or he has a certificate of exemption, the Wine Institute said. •: 4 •»•'.•' "" ' PABAtilSB LOST BUTTB, Mont, Sept. 24, (U. P.>— Charles Joy,, supervisor of Deer Lodge in the national forest, reported discovery of a fisherman's paradise at Hock creek. Local anglers who sought maps to secure its exact . location found a "Rock creek'' ln-,connectkm with every canyon and coulee In the forest. ANNOUNCING: the Removal of My Residence to 1515 Seventeenth Strfeet My office U at the same location, 208 Professional Building Residence and Office Phone 1237 DR; HUGH W. BELL BAKERSFIELD, OCTOBER We carry everything for the man in the «iddle-onlr enduring qualltr «nd at right prices. Genuine D. E. Walker Vltalla Saddlei—Patented Vlsalla Humane Bits—Starnei Boots—Juitln BOOM—Stetson Han. Alio • full line of Engliih and Polo Saddlery. WUCE CATALOG YISALIA STOCK SADDLE CO. ' 2123 MARKET ST.. SAN FRAK'CISCO . Phone MArket.1852 IN CONNECTION WITH THE OPENING OF A NEW HOME APPLIANCE STORE Same Address-Fox Theater Building WITHAM BOOTH Are Showing the Complete 1937 Line of LONG DISTANCE r RA DU M A HK MIO. RAD IO INCLUDING THE SENSATIONAL BIQ BLACK IMPROVED DIAL With tho "Hqtinrnd Clrclo" nnd "Toll Tain" Coiitrolit. Xonlth'H mnnt Imitated fualuro iiRiilu liiipriivod. Kuny to ruud HHH.V to ttinn. 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