The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 25, 1936 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 25, 1936
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THE BAKEftSFlfeLD CALIFORNIA}*, FRIDAY,. SEPTEMBER 25, 198« ^~ !s There Any Reason In The Whole World Why You SHOULDN'T Have The FINEST RADIO The best is none too good for you. That's i why we offer these famous RCA Victor radios on the most convenient credit plan imaginable! Come in — arrange your own terms! SMALL DOWN PAYMENT TO The RCA VICTOR Mode/ 6K2 $ 649* Group to $toEjGard Party TAB 1 *, Sept*, is.—Taft Review No. 41, "Women's Benefit Association, met .tv;ednesday night m regular session .with Lela Hamm, president, presiding. Much new business was ca,t%d Kf. Plans for a series ot three oard,,nartie8- were made with the first party to oo held October 14. Bridge ahd five hundred will be played 'trtth six prizes being awarded for each game and 1 grand prizes to be presented at the close ot the series. After the business session the members adjourned to the banquet room where they were entertained by the .commlttco in charge, Mrs. Mary Richardson and Mrs. Minnie Amadtslo assisted by Dorothy Forgto and Marguerite ,,RI.:hardson. The tables were beautifully arranged with fall flowers. Prize for a guess- Ing contest went to Lula Moon with the draw prize going to Hala Landrum. Here's a value thrill thai you'll never forget! Big, beautiful superheterodyne with 6 genuine RCA metal lubes—has new edge light dial-gets the standard broadcasts and foreign programs, plus police, aviation and amateur calls. The RCA VICTOR Model 5X3 A style created;for your private room at home or office. Its luxuriously designed cabinet encloses a powerful 5-tube super- heterodyne chassis. Airplane dial. Auto- malic Volume Control. Domestic and short*, •wave broadcasts. You don't need cash. BROCK'S APPLIANCE DEPT. MEZZANINE FLOOR RCA VICTOR.RADIOS . . . STYLE LEADERS FOR 1937 West Side Communities Former Taf t Man Dies, Long Beach TAFT, Sept. 26.—Steven Jerome Rlelly, 67, a native of Pennsylvania, passed away yesterday at Ills homo at 74 East street, North Long: Beach, presumably from a heart attack. Rlelly was un old- timer of the West Side oil fields and at ono time was a lease foreman for the Standard Oil Company. He was also employed by the Union OH Company as a driller and was superintendent of the old Jackson lease In the McKlttrlck district and other email properties. The last position he held was drilling superintendent of the Olympla Oil Company. Rlelly Is survived by his widow. Mrs. Grace Rlelly of Tuft; two daughters, Mrs. Bernard Hagen of Lodl and Mrs. Walter M. Keono of Taft; one son, Malcolm Rlelly of Taft, and three grandchildren, Beverly, .Marilyn and 3 udlth Keene, and two brothers, Will Rlelly of Long Beach and Joseph Rlelly of Big Pino. Well Baby Clinic Set forjOctober 2 TAFT, Sept. 26.—The first "well baby" clinic of the school year will bo held in the nurses' rooms at the Roosevelt Annex on Friday, October 2, from 1 to 4 p. m. Dr. M. A. Gifford will bo the examining physician. Those desiring appointments" should call Miss Edwards, phono 308-W, between 9 and 11 a. m. or 3 and G a. m. any day as soon as possible. Preference will bo given to infants, and there will bo an opportunity later In the year to have 4 or 6-year-old. children examined. There U^no charge for thts'.cllnlc. ; ••+»> .. NIGHT SCHOOL 1ST ARTS TAFT, Sept. 26.—Registration for night school will start Monday morning in the main office of the Taft Union High School. It will bo necessary to find what subjects will be desired by the adults In the district j to Justify the establishment of | classes. LOVELINESS at a Bargain Price! A Real Crepe Stocking 3-THREAD 42 GAUGE Three Pairs $2.10 A combination of beauty and service giving qualities that makes tin's our outstanding value opportunity. Smart crepey finish, 3-tbread, 42 gauge, with a double picot top, deep garter welt, reinforced heel, sole and toe, in the'new winter colors. Buy yourself a box tomorrow. BROCK'S HOSIERY—MAIN FLOOR Maricopa Personal News MARICOPA, Sept. 28.—Mr. and Mrs. M. R, Sigler and Mr. Slgler's sister, Miss Pauline Sigler. who left ibotit two weeks ago for a vacation to the southern states, relumed on Tuesday from Moody, Mo., where Lhey motored to visit with relfttlveM. They wore accompanied home by Mr, Slgler's mother. Mrs. Anna Slg- ler, who will remain here for an Indefinite visit for her health. . Bill Waddell' returned Monday evening from a few days' hunting In the hills n&ur Lone Pine. While away he visited with Mr, and Mrs. C. LeRay Balr ot that place, former residents ot, Mnrlcopa. Mrs. Clara* White left during the week for an extended visit at the home of her Son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brooks of '''aft. The llttlo Misses Joan and Frieda Lee Freeman, daughters of Mr. «nd Mrs. Fred Freeman of OlldnJp, returned to their home during tho week after a two months' stay at the homo of their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elcrniiui. Mr. and Mrs, George Turner nnd Orvllle Sexton of Long Bench pasnod the week end at the home of Mrs. Turner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ISlerman. Mrs. Jnck Drvldler and Coyt Brooks, nephew and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Joo KlPrrrmn, wore Wednesday visitors ut Hie ISierman homo. Democratic Rally Speaker Arrives TAFT, Sept, 26.—Colonel William Evans will arrive in Taft Tuesday afternoon to deliver the principal address of the Democratic rally to be held in the Lincoln. .School auditorium at S p. m. Mr. Evans Is the originator of the CCC and a most I capable speaker. i Those wishing to attend a banquet I In his honor may do so by telcphon- j Ing 62 or calling at tho Democratic headquarters In the Fox Hotel build- I InR nny tlmo Itffore Tuesday noon. FELLOWS FELLOWS, Sept. 25.—Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Parker of Fellows nrc leaving for Topeka, Kan., September 25. Mr. Parker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker live In Topeka and they plan to spend their time with his parents. They also plan to visit Chicago on their trip. Mr. anil Mrs. H. O. Render, who lived on the Associated Oil Company's lease, have moved their hotnu in to Follows where they plan to live. Tho Eight Friends Club hold Us first meeting at tho home, of Mrs. Al Chambers on Tuesday afternoon. The party was In honor of Mrs. Bert Dale ot Portola. Mrs. Dale Is visit- Ing In Fellows and Taft for several days but she formerly lived in Follows. The other members who were present -\vero Mesdames Ackroyd Walker. O. D. Young. Will Ourtz, D. K. McLennan, Kdward Frank, O. A. Tabor and the hostess, Mrs. Al Chambers. The club will meet at the homo of Mrs. 13dward Frank on tho C. C. M. O. lease next week. Two more deer hunters, who have front) to try their luck arc Clifford and Amel Kehoe of Fellows. Krnlo Woods nnd .Too Hedrlck returned from Pliimas county tho other day with a deer each. Charlie Simons ot Fellows is driving a new car these davs. Bob nines', employe of tho Richfield OH Company In Fellows, was a week end visitor In Los Angelos. Maricopa Chapter Holds Social Hour MARICOPA, Sept. 25.—Maricopa Chapter, O. K. S., held a meeting and social hour In Masonic temple Tuesday evening with Mrs. Gussle C. Russell, worthy matron and Charles Dower, worthy patron, In charge. Mrs. Christine Peterson, worthy, matron of Bvmna VisUi Chapter, and Davlfl Orlhhln, worthy patron of Tfift' Chapter^''were guests of the evening. The social hour included talks by tho following past and present officers: Eleanor Holmes, Mrs, Maggie Tabor of Taft, Mrs. Pearl Morris, Mrs. Gertrude Smith, Mrs. Christine Peterson. Mrs. Sarah /Hupp, Mrs. Daisy Starr, Ernest Smith and David Gribbln. The banquet room was artistically decorated (o conform with tho occasion In a color scheme of pink and green and tho luncheon tables wore artistically arrayed In sprays and largo vases of Catalina berries. Tho hootessos for tho evening included Mcsdamos Laura Walters, Edna and Bonny Kid and Mrs. Lock. — •• •« « * Shower in Honor of Taft Woman TAFT, Sept. 26.—Mrs. Donald Phillips entertained Wednesday at tho home of her mother, Mrs. George Thompson, at 20fi 15 street, with a layetto shower honoring Mm. Oliver Neal. Tho afternoon was spent In visiting and sewing after which do- llclous refreshments were served to Mesdames Bessie McClain, Llla Me- Claln, William Robertson, M. Hart, Lee Smith, Charles La Count; Jlyall L. Dunlap, Cieorgo Thompson, the hostess, Mrs. Donald Phillips and the honoree, Mrs. Oliver Neal. Those sending gifts but unable to attend were Mrs. Bethel Jeffries. Mildred Hargas and Miss Oma Varner. TO Buv ABOUT FACE! You Are Invited to a FASHION SHOW Sponsored by Brock's Singer Sewing Machine Co, to Be Held on Our Mezzanine Floor MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 \ at 2:30 p.m. The garments thai will be worn in this Fashion Show were designed by the Singer Company's stylist nnd .will revenl the latest fall and winter modes and fabrics. It will be directed by MISS ECHO FIELDS of the Singer Company, Los Angeles * You will find it both interesting and instructive. The garments will be worn by professional models from Los Angelas. BROCK'S Show your bangs I The further back your hat slides, the smarter you look! These off-facers have a knack for romance. Cire bows, flyaway wings and Napoleonic squared fronts are fashion- right . . . and so are you when you wear them. Truly rare at the price." w THRIFT SHOP—SECOND FLOOR SEE OUR SHOE WINDOW Large double window featuring over 60 styles of shoes and representing one of the finest stocks of quality footwear in the city. Lloyds Loser in Twinjnsurance (Attociatcd Preti Leaned Wtre) ALTADENA, Sept. 2G.—AVllllam J. Prlngle. Jr., who paid Lloydn of London J200 for a $5000 insurance policy against twins, was a happy and richer father today. Twins, a boy and a girl, wore born to Mrs. Prlngle yesterday. All three were reported In good health. The Prlnglcs have another child, Tom, 8. After studying his family history, indicating there were twins In each generation, Prlngli* took out Insurance against Much an eventuality several months ago. TIRES AS LOW AS 37< P»WUIC RADIOS - AS LOW AS J-J50 BRAKES RELINED AS LOW Al BATTERIES AS LOW AS 50' A SALE FOR ONE WEEK on Entire Line of DORALDINA Products Annual Sale Hero Arc Some of the Prices $1.00 $2.00 $(,50 $1.50 $1.00 $1.50 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 Allura Face Powder . ., Cleansing Cream Tissue Cream Skin Tonic. Skin Food.. Up Pomade. Dry Rouge.. Lipstick... . 80c $1.60 $1,20 $1.20 . BOc $1.20 . 80c . 80c . BOc TOILETRIES—MAIN AISLE Con»id«r flexibility la childnm** the**.; Tour child'* tool b*odt at ***rr tt*p j Q*l *ho*t that work with tho** toad*? j growing muicU* * 9*1 ! PIED PIPER SHOES •th* only children'* *ho*t mad* bf th* j lamev* ?i*d Pip»i proetti (rally »aUn- i tod) which proridct that* rttolly kmpor- i taut i*atar*t. And r*m*mb*i. that th*t* ' fln» ihoii eoit BO mor« than *ho*t ol I th* tarn* quality mad* lh« ordinary way. Well Spotted For Lounging After School Studies" STHftBT FLOOR SHOES Auto Supply and Service StoreSi Inc. Chtsttr il f weRtyfonrlh Slrttt 4018 BROCK'S POLKA DOT ENSEMBLE PAJAMAS AND ROBE You'll find this un ideal ensemble for lounging. The pajamas are tailored, with roll collar, short sleeves and tie sash. The robe is munish, and has patch pockets and sash. In navy with white dot. Sizes 12-20. Pajamas.. $4.95 Robe.. $4.95 BROCK'S—DOWNSTAIRS STORE Bost Tooth Paste 32c Dr. Butler JJ7- Tooth Brush.. 1 ? 1C BROCK'S Park Free at the Master Car Service Garage. Twentieth and K Streets ' '* ,#>_*' "< •' "-r' 1 f ••'," •« A£g4^Air^\^ Ut.

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