The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 24, 1936 · Page 15
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 15

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 24, 1936
Page 15
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Fine Program Arranged for Association Meeting Her6 Throng Expected Oct. 5 and 6 at Baptist Gathering Here A NTlCIPA'f 1NO a crowd of nvoro •£*.- than 400 persons from churches ;. In Irfincaater, Taft, Button willow, Tupman. irellows, First Baptist church of Bakersfleld, Calvary Baptist church, Belano and Shatter, the . tweirth annual session of Kern Klver BaptlHt Association will go Into con- ve.nllon October C and 6 at First Baptist church. Distinguished speakers have been engaged Including' Miss Marlon J. Talt, missionary teacher from <3ola- Bhat, Asaam, Mrs, C. L,. Custer, state secretary director of the women's program; tho Reverend George B. Joy, field Bccretary of the Southern Baptist convention, W. Edward Raffety of Redlands University, writer of books on religious education! and Mrs. Memo Brockway of Pasadena, dramatic reader and Impersonator. Tho program committee learned today that Miss Brockway Will be present and will dramatize the topic "Tom and the Church." Insplnitlonnl • "Applied Dlsclpleshlp" Is the theme. Tho Reverend Burton C. Barrett la pastor of the entertaining church. Music Is In charge of the Reverend Jesse I*. Smith of Taft, who also Is scheduled aa one of the devotional leaders.. Tho assoctatlonal roster Includes Uio Reverend C. 13. Flanagln, Delano, moderator; the Reverend J. D. Page, Buttonwillow, secretary; Mrs. »J. H. Bruno, McFarland, treasurer; Mrs. Carlton Mlnner, Bakersfleld, president of women's work; Mrs. C. E. Flanagln, Delano, vice-president; Mrs. Harry Wilson, Fellows, secretary; Mrs. R. M. Kellogg. Bakers•field, corresponding secretary; Mrs. M. P. Day, Taft, treasurer. Directors .Listed Directors of work include Mrs. B. F. Stlnson, secretary director; Mrs. C. C. Haworth, civics; Mrs. E. W. HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 IBS. A DAY . Doctors Bay your kldneya contain 15 mlle» of tiny lubes or filters which help to purify the Mood and keep you healthy. Most people pasj •bout 3 pints a day or about 3 pounds of waste. Frequent or scanty pusagea with smarting and burning ebowa there may be something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. An excess of ncids or poisons in your blood, when due to functional kidney disorder*, may be the cause of nagging backache, rheumatic pains, lumbago, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, puffineu under the eyes, headaches and diiciness. Don t wait! Ask your drungist for Doan'i Tills, uf«d successfully by millions lot over 40 years, They give happy relief and will help the 16 miles of kidney tunes flush out poinonous wute from your mood. Get Doan's Pills. Weaver, Taft, Christian friendliness; Mrs. A. B. Charlton, Delano, white cross; Mrs. A. J. Collier, Taft, children's world crusade; Mrs, Laura Brooka, Taft, World-Wide Guild; Mrs, Percy Mills, literature; Mrs. C. 13. Flanagln, Delano, missionary education; Mrs. T. O. Smith, reading program; Mrs. A. E. Karpe, prayer; Mrs. L. Q, Gates, student counselor and Mrs. C. C. Scharpenbertf, stewardship. . — .»« » School Principals, Directors Confer At a recent meeting of Bakersfleld city school principals and directors of special subjects, tho classroom programs of teachers In the city system was outllricd and explanations given of procedure relating to transfers, new enrollment, report cards, child accounting to bo In charge, of Miss Marguerite Martin at 'the school administration office, and study circles for teachers during tho year. The extension of the visual education department was outlined by L. IS. Chenoweth, city superintendent, who announced that dlen Helm- forth will have charge of the department this year. Now projectors and equipment have been added. Mrs. Hancock Gives Radio Talk Friday Representing Bakersfleld Council of Parents and Teachers Mrs. Andrew Hancock, past council and district president, state board member and present chairman of Founders day for California Congress, will speak Friday evening at 6:4D o'clock over radio station W6XAI. Tho udclroBs, which will be of 30 minutes' dura''on, Is one of several civic talks sponsored by Bakersfleld Fire Department. Tho top.c Is "Alms and Purposes of P. T. A. Organization." « t » Richgrove Club to Open on October 8 I niCIIOKOVE, Sept. 24.—Meetings 1 of tho Neighborhood Literary Club of this district will begin on Thursday, October 8, according to an an- I nounccinent made this week by the | president of tho club, Mrs. John W, ; Heed. The first meeting will bo held at the homo of Mrs. Neal Woodward. ' Programs for the year arc now com- pit-to, and will soon bo off tho press. Miscellaneous subjects will bo ftudlod again this year and contain j a wldo variety of Interests. • +++ ! URN IS VILt-AGK PUT DUART, Out., Sept. 24. (U. P.>— hen has become tho village pet here because of its ability to Imitate a rooster. Tho hen often crows and struts around like a proud cock. In between tlmos she acts like, a well- behaved hen. SHOES FITTED BY X-RAY 25 OTHER STYLES $3.50 Beautiful Clean Cut Permanent Waves! ( Adapted to your individual type—will enhance your attractiveness for months to come! Special $1.95 Ambre, $2.95 Lustre Oil $5.00 Shampoo, Rinse and Finier Ware ff\ n OtlC • Ro « x Shampoo Tints as It Shampoos MANICURE, 35c Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon 1729 Nineteenth Street Phone 5605 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA??, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1938 Salute to Kern County With CONRAD NAGEL DONALD NOVIS Dave Brockman's Orchestra and featuring 6 ACTS OF LOCAL TALENT Winners of Kern County Talent Tournament Violet Ray Purified! Pure Goose Down Pillows Lowest Price You'll Find J.98 v^Hh 1.1 „-.!.. Each Wards fluffy, healthful pll- lows—ultra violet my sterilized! 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