The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 24, 1936 · Page 5
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f ?.! 1 1 THE BAKERSFlfitD CALIFdRNIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1988 *ON SALE TWO DAYS ONLY "T H E C I I P P E i" Man's Smart New ROUND SPORTS WATCH ^T It's the newest—the smartest—style leaders are sponsor* ing it—the ROUND Sports Watch is sweeping the country! Mighty good looking! Gensler-Lee is FIRST with on* at a low price—for two day* only we offer this guaranteed watch at $9.8). Open an account. NOTHING DOWN, 50C a week.' No mail or phone order*. * LADIIS 1 ROUND SPORTS WATCH For women,« smaller Round Watch, with leather cord. Nothing down, 50c a week. GENSLER-LEE 1508 NINETEENTH STREET Open Saturday Evenings Rose by Another Name Et Cetera (United Prttt Leateii Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24,—Ann Dellkate, 25, ISO pounds, pronounces her name "delicate," .but what's In a name? . , -••'.•;••.. Laurence Myci-B, a husky painter, hit her car with his ''when she stopped at an Intersection. Me hit :icr again and then a third time. Ann Deltkate delicately stepped from her automobile, walked to his, swung a good left and blackened his eyes. ! Myers was sent to traffic school • for three months to learn .the rules Of driving cars near delicate blondes. '4 « » McFarland People Return From Lodi McFAULAKD, Sept. 24. — Dale Wells In company with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Paslay, their sons, Wcssley and Warde, who live 9 miles west of Pond'and their house guest, Anna Bowman, cousin of Mrs. Paslay, who Is visiting here from her homo at Brook- Hn, Iowa, have returned from L«odl, where they enjoyed attending the "Grape Festival." Mr. and Mrs. Paslay und family formerly lived at Lodi, During their stay there from Thursday until Monday they wore guests In tho homo of Mrs. Poslay's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Franklin. « « » ,— *• THIEF BASKS CONSCIBNCK TIFFIN. Ohio, Sept. 24. (U. P.)— Tho Rozenman Junk Company re- reived an envelope containing a one dollar bill, and an attached note: "Find enclosed $1 for goods stolen 3 or 4 years ago." SORE STOMACHS DUE TO GASTRIC HYPERACIDITY • Tender and inflamed, scorched by adds. Burning with pain, gnawing appetite, but such a penalty paid for gratifying ill What a picture! And how unnecessary, thanks lo VON'S PINK TABLETS Thl» prescription- 1 »t onc« lUrU lo coat Irritated and gr»nuUt«d' «urtace«. lo toothe Infltmtd atonuch membrtDM, to Quell pain ind to quiet n»uw». With «ueb protection Natur* «»B«rlj turn the lietllni proceu. Thrat da;>, tuuallr and rou know and f««l all this bapptnlnt. Ask about njaranue. Not on •«!• at drug (torn. Call or Wrltt tor FREE'BOOKLET "THE PROBLEM OF THE SUFFERER" LOS ANGELES VON CO.. 3S55-A Wlllhlrt Blvd.. L. A. Phona FEderal 87M.—AdT Honiecotnitig Fete to Be Held at Methodist Episcopal Church Friday :. (Special to The Cattforn(ati) \VA8CO, Sept. 34.—Members of MetliocilHt BplscopaV Church will gather for R homc-comlnR dinner at the church, Friday evening at 6:SO o'el&ek. This is an annvml affair and always well attended. Following dinner, which will bo pot-luck, Rev. S. Carlyle Schueffer, pastor will load tho group In community singing and will preside at a business meeting when plans for the year will be discussed and tho annual budget made out.. Mr, T. R. Smith Is chairman of the finance committee and also church treasurer and A. T. Klmes, secretary. Dr. Ben H. Crandall Is chairman of the estimating committee. The following members of the board of trustees were elected at a recent meeting: held at the church; James Little, president; T. R. Smith, cleric; E. U. Klines, Ij. A. Grant,-S. J. Dement and \V. a. McCombs. Other church officers elected -were Mrs. A. R. Beckes president Indies Aid Society; 13, R. Klmes, general superintendent of the Sunday School; Mrs. Uon Crandall, superintendent of tho Adult and Intermediate deportment of the S. S.; Miss Carrie Boyd, superintendent of the Junior department; Mrs. T. R. Smith, superintendent primary department; Mrs, Isabel Hull Klsher, superintendent beginners. Promotion day and rally day will bo observed In the Sunday School on October 4, with Superintendent A. T. Elmcs In chargo of arrangements. •» « » MUST PAY $62,090 SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24. (U. P.)—William C. Van Aftitworp, prominent financier and former partner In E. H. Mutton «t Company, had been ordered today to pay $62,690 nfl principal and Interest on Income taxes assortcdly unpaid from his 1928 Income. * « » MOTOR I'KOORESS HONOLULU, Sept. 24. (U. P.)— MoloUal, most typically Hawaiian of •all the Hawaiian islands, has purchased a motor ambulance, first of Its kind ever seen there. Logging Congress Meets onOct>7 laUUBKA, Sept. 24.—More than 700 delegates arc scheduled to arrive hero October 7 lor the twenty- seventh annual Pacific count log- King congress, which open* on that date. Carl Bahr, San VYauclsoo. president of tho California Redwood Association, will preside at tho con- green. • •»««• i" Gone Same Way as Damascus' Process OAKLAND. Sopt. 24.—Johnny Mulgrow. 14, Is going to logo his $22.60-a-month Job becauso of these "newfangled Ideas." Johnny Is one of the nation's few romulntng street lamplighters, but Iho city has decided to replace his pns lamps and his services with electric, lights. \ f *"~ I ' ,1 / —•—- " f' 1ION <v tve ^fc Chew, Sing or Laugh without "DENTURE STATIC" Plates gripped lightly and comfortably hy FASTBETH for 24 hours every day don't reveal the fact that you wear falao tosth. No betraying denture itatlo from loose plates, mumbling, hissing, lisping, clicking or popping out, FASTKETH, tho new 1m- prov«d powder. Is alkaline to prevent soro gums, burning, bad brnath, Tasteless. Not gummy. Got FASTEETH nt any drug store. When mouth t change, »eo your dentist.—Adv. Vj> AJHfE.W RADIOS 37* PER WEEK ATTERIES At LOW AS 50< PER WEEK Johnson's Firestone Auto Supply and Service Stores, Inc.;-"•*" Chester al Twenty-fourth Street Phone 4060 (PROM RED LION'S EPIC ADDRESS AT PERFORMANCE CITY) They say Hid "knock is mightier than the ping 1 ' . . . but champion* will tell you ... as will thousands of motorisN ... there's no excuse for any inefficiency when you can use Red Lion and get quiet, smooth, thrifty power. (Cbrert) Red Lion has fearlessly supported motorists with such a combination of record breaking power and mileage. That's why these thousands stand unanimously behind the platform of this candidate. (Wild WINNING PLATFORM ). POW1R MIGHTS FOR ALL 2. Ntw jruNK ro« OLD }. tLIMINATION OF LABOft TROUBLES FROM MOTORS. 4. THRIFTY THROTTLE THUMMM FOR rVlRY CAR. • FREE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN BUTTONS AT YOUR CILMORE DEALERS • CAST YOUR VOTE WITH THE NEXT INDEPENDENT DEALER Tone In "Str»ng« At It Seemi . . . Wednetday and Friday . . . 6:45 P.M. . . . Over Colombia Broadeaitlnf lyitam ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF WITHAM & BOOTH S NEW RADIO AND HOME APPLIANCE STORE SAME LOCATION—FOX THEATER BUILDING—NEW FIXTURES, NEW MERCHANDISE With Special Showing of New 1937 Radios, Washers, Ironers, Refrigerators. Vacuum Cleaners Special! General Electric Complete Laundry Shower.. • G. E. Washer 9 G. E. Ironer 9 Hotpolnt Hand Iron •Clothes Hamper, Basket, 50- Foot Clothes Line, Pins, Indoor Lingerie Line, Etc. 1937 All for $ I N RESPONSE to continued requests from our many satisfied customers we now have a complete line of GENERAL ELECTRIC home appliances. We have obtained all of the live stores on II street in Hie Fox Theater^ building and completely remodeled them into one large radio and np- pliance headquarters. We are offering the same easy terms and service policies that have contributed so to our success in the radio business. We extend a cordial invitation to you all to visit us. Store open until 10 P. M. Friday and Saturday of this week. HAROLD W1THAM. JIMMY BOOTH. • GENERAL $$ ELECTRIC We Have a Complete Line of G. E. Washers and Ironers as Low as * -I G. E. Electric Cleaners With 10-Piece House Cleaning Kit Both G-E Monitor Top and G-E Flatop models give you the G-E Seoled-in-Stwl THRIFT UNIT that saves electric current! • Thl» i« the onlr refrigerator mechanism that has forced'feed lubrication and oil cooling . .. exclusive General Electric feature* that give you quieter operation, laager life and lower operating cort. SPECIAL VALUE! ! This sextra high quality 1937 All-Wave Radio at the unheard of price of $79.95 Is truly GREATEST VALUE we have ever offered . , , Metal Tubes • Music Speech Control •Bass Compensator •Three Bands • 12-inch Dynamic Speaker •Large Chassis •Dual Speed Tuning •Beautiful Console Only 6 Metal Tubes •Automatic Volume Control •Lone and Short Wave •Sliding Rule Tuning Scale 36 as Low as $19 50 Here's your chance to equip your home with a BRAND NEW, right from the factory, General Electric Cleaner. Greatest cleaner value obtainable anywhere. .Famous G-E Motor—extremely powerful suction—self-cleaning brush— large dust-proof bag. NEVER REQUIRES OILING. 5 Yews want 4. with • »e»led mechanism today—for eventually ill electric refrigerator! will undoubtedly follow G-Vt lead. No other cold* making mccbcniun bat ever been invented thai hu a record to compare with the General Electric THRIFT UNIT in dependability «od economy. Atk your neighbor. Tubes •Silent Tuning •Five Bands •Colorama Dial • Music Speech Control •Automatic Frequency Control $209 50 14 Other G. E. Radios From $29.95 Up I!

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