The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 24, 1936 · Page 16
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 16

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 24, 1936
Page 16
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f 5 !r n THE BAKERS WELD CALIKpRNIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1636 CIAL RADIO STATION KERN CALIFORNIA'S HOUR SALUTE Bakersfield and Kern County, Monday, Sept. 28,9:30 p. m. Starred Items : Only in Our Downtown Store CRETONNES Sun Fail! 'tub Fait! Lovely, color combinntlonx to chooKe . from. Largo and small patterns, light or dark grounds! MARQUISETTE Woren ^f 4feC TJ*« the or smart woven {for your new cur yd. plain, novelty weaves figure designs t»fiu. 30* wid«. Beautiful RTAINS Sensationally Low Priced 49 C •MMMtMMMMMMM MONKS CLOTH 50" wide! yflfftC A Bargain! Hl^yd. | A good heavy quality in n»- '' , tural (oatmeal) color. ' MMMMM»MMMMM CURTAINS Priscilla Style! Drapery Damask Bargain Priced! 49 A Style for Every Room! A Penney feature valuel Better buy several pair* at this low prke. • FLOWERED PANELS • PRISCILLA STYLES • RUFFLED PAIRS • TAILORED PAIRS Of lovely quality marquisette with self • colored bruihed cushion dota or bright colored dot*. 79 In ecru nnd white with self color or bright colored woven figures. Also dainty rainbow stripes and solid pastel shades. NET PANELS Smart/ A luxurious rayon wnrp dnmn.ik for drapes or portieres. SWIIK- gcr pattern or flornl design. 60 SATEEN To Line Draptrtet Mexican CRASH Heavy Quality! High Colors I 49 yard Fashion's newest! Calient*! Mexican crash in beautiful woven clcHigrns that will 1 bring out the richness of, your rugs and furniture. Typical Mexican designs. Use it for draperies, couch covers, pillows and beach or bath robes. 60" wide. 89* Very attractive and as practical os any you can h u yI Plain heavy net or 1 bold net with smart borders. TAILORED Legislation Vital to Voters Discussed by League Heads NET PANELS New Loop Top* $1.98 Beautifully tailored panels with new loop top* ... of plain net or strong; Met not with border and design*.. 29 • MoMt quality fid-Inch nntnon In u noulrul tun Mimic. You'll HIIVO money by Bowing at homo! • .Sumo lino quality IIH Ihn wlilo width. Flint count dunihlo lln hit;. ;il'> liicliCH ig f\ wido JL5fC EXTRA LENGTH Full 2 1 'a Yards Long NET PANELS Smartly Tailored Printed SATEEN Lovely Colors! Rich Luster! A serviceable, ocomiiulctil drape nmlerliil. •!•••••••••••••••• Tailored Loop Top Net Panels 98 '1.59 Plain weave net with 3" bottom hem, or novelty shadow net with now loot) top. .Good.width.. You wouldn't expect to finci tlu'HO now styles , . . these lovely materials nt thia low price. Beautifully tailored plain not panel, 42V^ x 80" with loop top or strong ftlet net curtain with clear cut border design and artistic figure, 44>//' x 80", AUo with new loop top. MESH PANELS Tailored or Fringed! 25c Dainty ahecr mesh in u »ntnrl tailored style with 3" hem, or trim- mod with 3" my on fringe. Your Penney Store Is Always AIR-COOLED for Your Shopping Comfort 1014 Baker 2018 Chester Offer Aid to Vocationally Ambitious; to Instruct Prospective Citizens Twenty-seven evening high school for adults will open for regls- ration Mondtty evening, September which have revived the sanction of the Board of 'rustcos are thoso calculated to 1m- vocational efficiency or well defined educational needs of mon and women who aro CHldcntH of this vicinity, according o Kenneth W. Pick, evening school principal. Eight classes aro provided In the leld of commercial subjects, book- cccplng, typing, shorthand, and business English. Three classes In hy- rlcne and health education sponsored jy the American Rod Cross will bo available. Technical vocational Instruction to )e presented Includes eight classes In oil fields mathematics, science, and nachlnory, automobile mechanics, dlesol engines, machine shop practice, welding, and mineralogy. Two WPA classes oC general interest aro thoso ll) handicraft (for women), and woodshop for mon and women. Two subjects, public speaking, and Spanish, have been scheduled because of their assistance in many fields of employment. Tho classes In citizenship and Ish for foreigners aro, of course, designed to aid prospective citizens, and when doslred, it Is possible for the same person to enroll In both of these subjects. Instruction In lip-reading has boon added at tho earnest request of a group of local people familiar with Lhe results which have been accomplished In assisting tho deaf In other communities of this state. Full Information concerning all of these studios may be obtained together with class schedules on Monday evening, September 28, at 7 o'clock In tho cafeteria roams of the Junior College Jiulldlng, California and V streets. Teachers will bo on duty at this timo to outline courses and answer tho questions of thoso who may bo Interested. Throng Gathers at Hotel Frontier Regalia for El Tejon Meet ttl Tejon Council No. 215 Dogrco of I'ocahontan will meet in regular session Friday at 7 o'clock In Eagles hull, with Mrs. dull Caldwoll, Poca- honlan, presiding. Following the mooting at 8 o'clock the council will entertain at a social hour In lOagles ball open to members nml their invited guests. Bunco will be playoil for attractive prizes; those not understanding the game will be Instructed In same before starting play, refreshments will bo served.. Mrs. Elloon \Valdron la the general chairman. All who are able to do so are asked lo wear their "Frontier Day" costumes UH prizes will bo awarded to vonion and men for (ho best costume. to Hear Mrs. Eliel, . MissKirlin T\ISCUSSINO California's relief •*-' load of $2,000,000 per month, extending and Improving of civil perv- tce, consumers' legislation, taxation, world trade, and measures on the November ballot, Miss Florence Klrlln, congressional secretary from Washington, D. C. and Mrs. Paul Ellol, state president of the California league of Women'Voters addressed 150 women at Hotel El Tejon Wednes day evening. Tho meeting was the opening session of an Intensive program to educate women politically, undertaken by Kern County unit of the League of Women Voters. Study and Improve "Tho League exists to study gov> eminent and. Improve government," Mrs. Ellel said, adding, "It supports an active legislative program based upon a complete 'study program." She discussed economy In administration of relief and the state Impor tance of reorganizing the social wel faro department and stressed the necessity for efficient public person nel, adequate revenue for essential governmental services, and elimination of tho spoils system In answer to questions she spoke briefly on some of tho measures or the ballot Including repeal of personal Income tax law, county and municipal civil service, registration of voters Instructors' tenure, consolidated city and county government, and penal Institutions for and punishment of female felons. Despite the League's Interest In civil service, she advocated voting against Initiative number seven, con cernlng county and municipal clvl service, analyzing It at some length Study and Act Miss Klrlln emphasized the Impor tance of taking, active and effective part In government and extending and Improving civil service. High quality In government employes is essential to democracy since holding government employes In contempt Is dangerous to the present system, she believes. A respect for governinen service and establishment of a career system, Including appointment 01 merit and promotion as earned, ar< much needed, she said. She nls. touched on a new support measure that o£ scaling down tariff and stlmu lattng sales abroad. Informal Dinner Twenty-five officers and Intereste members gathered at 7 o'clock for dinner In honor of the visitors, spenc Ing a part of tho hour mapping ou tho local league's program which wl Include meetings October 16, 23. an 30 at Junior College lecture hal oom 117, to study proposed constitutional amendments and other meas- res to appear on the ballot Novem- er 3. Study ot relief and consumers cglslatlon are on tho later agenda. Miss Monte Bedwell, president of ho Kern County League, presided. Mrs. Walter L. Maas Jr., announced meetings of the section .on government and economic welfare of which he Is chairman and took enrollments or that unit. Music Pupils May Still jGet^C. of M. Local, enrollments for tho certificate of merit liavo exceeded tho rec- >rds of previous, years, It was re- >orted today by Kern and Bakers- 'leld muslo teachers. Muslo students are registering throughout tho county this week for this state-wide lonor, which Is awarded by tho Vluslo Teachers' Association of California for a full season of continuous nuslc study with members of the Kern Muslo Teachers' Association. No fees are charged for this enrollment and It Is required that the student register not later than September 26 In order to be eligible to receive a N certificate of merit next June. All music students, whether in school or out of school, are eligible, tho youngest to receive a -certificate last year being B years old and tho oldest 65 years of age. Music courses covered by the certificate of merit are piano, violin, voice and all instruments of tho symphony orchestra. Certificates of merit may be awarded to the student for five consecutive years, which completes the course offered by the Music Teachers' Association through its members. Methodists Arrange Conference Dates (Associated Prest Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Sept. 24.—A series of world service cultivation conferences to discuss the program of the Methodist Episcopal Church was started today at San Luis Oblspo. Further conferences with speakers from Methodist foreign mission fields in attendance, will'be held at Ventura, September 28 and 29; Long Beach, October 1 and 2; Bakersfield, October B and 6; Fresno, October 8 and 9; Van Nuys, October 12 and 13; San Diego, October 10 and 18; Orange, October 19 and 20; Los Angeles, October 22 and 23; Alhambra, October 26 and 27; Pomona, October 29 and 30; Redlands, November 2 and 3, and Holtville, November 5 und 6. Miss Nye, State Leader, Is 1 Welcomed at Session; Plan for Parley Miss Clorabelle Nye, new assistant state farm home department leadfer, who succeeded Mlas May Socrest upon her resignation, was a guest of the Kern County Home Department at on executive committee mooting in Jastro Park yesterday. Mrs. Lloyd Frlck, vice-chairman, pro- aided. Miss Dorothy Wilkinson, county homo demonstration agent, was present to report on the .executive conference and homo-economics convention she attended in Beattie during a summer trip. Plans for the combined state and national Farm Bureau convention at Pasadena in December were business of the day, with discussion centering on means of raising money: to send homo department delegates. . It was announced that Lester Martin of Richgrovo will hence-' forth direct tho Kern county chorus which will form part Of a choir of SOO voices at the convention. Rehearsals are' being held at 7:80 o'clock each Thursday evening In the junior college building. Mrs. T. M. Martin reported on a recent meat demonstration heW Jointly with the Home Departments of six southern California counties at the Cudahy packing plant In Los* Angeles, in which Instruction in' grades and tho quality of meat was given as well as the packing processes. Those present yesterday were Mesdames D. C. Alexander, R. B. Mitch-* ell, Walter Haag, T. M. Martin, Forrest Frlck, H. O. Thompson, L. W. Frlck, M. F. Parish, Irma Boyer, O. H. Fllkel, P. G. Randall, Jennie Mao Newman, Winnie Martin, S. C. Denlson, S. W. Eberlo, W. S. Heck, M. R. Bramo, Henry Scharpenberg- and Arthur Harbaugh^ and tho Misses Dorothy Wilkinson 'and Clarabelle Nye. • . • •'.'... Makes bistuits fluffy as a summer cloud Schilling Baking Powder COO BATS AVELI., SALT LA1CW CITY, Sept. 2-1. U. P.) — Tlecrulls at the citizens' nllltury training camp at Fort Dougas grow fat during their stay here, i recent military survey showed. DIZZY SPELLS Headaches—Nervousness "When you keep Intestines free ffuin OXCOBH aulil, wuatu ami polmnis •koop bowels moving regularly and blissfully--Keep kldheyn working naturally— Til UN there Isn't much chance of having dUzy spoils—Oet Kruschen. Try JUKI i>nn Jar and lot tho "little dally pinch" of Kruaohon Salts show you how to keep Internally clean— holp koop free from headaches—nor- VOUHIH'HH—l-OHllOBHIlOSB, Tit UP one-third of it iciiHpoonful of KniHt'lit'ii Snlt.s In a glass of hot witter before breiikfiiHt every morning—G precious salts In one. Let It Bhow you tho way to help feel younger—more active and unibi- tlOUM. Millions the world over tnko Krua- phen—a blend ot B precious PiUlB— Ui keep feeling fit and 1'lno all the time. No ditialln cathartics—no constlpa- linn—but hllHafiil dully howol action when you take your llttlo dully doBo of Krunchon—Uot That Kruschen Fpollng.--• Adv. J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, p o r a t e tl Emma Pinkney Drisdom - CATERESS Luuulioon, dinners and special dlHhos propnrod In my homo — delivered piping hot, ready to Greyhound Salutes Bakersfield! All dotullH (or parties completely arranged at a nominal fee per plate. Tasty, delicious ' salads tor amall or largo parties, lodges or organlctloua. Cocktail I'artiea and Dinners a Specialty 1 103 0 Street Vhoiie 4808-.M GRUNOW Rifrlgirtteri—Radios. JOHN R. HUFF Phoni MIO (III Ohittn Av*n«t Tomorrow at 12 Noon at the City Hall a new Greyhound Super-Coach will be officially christened "CITY OF BAKERSFIELD by city officials Revise every previous conception of motor bus travel when you see this new super coach ... it is utterly different, not only in appearance but in mechanical opera* tion and passenger comfort The conventional hood has disappeared for the motor has been placed in the rear. Smart sweeping streamlines identify this great new coach with its familiar Greyhound colors of blue and white and chromium trim. . . ., Come and see this christening ceremony and inspect the newest creation in Highway Transportation V

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