The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 30, 1936 · Page 7
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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 30, 1936
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A- poUuck luncheon is-planned for Monday noon, and a women's pro- gr<j.m In the afternoon. Services do•'voted to praise, devotionals, business and talks Will be held Tuesday morn- Ing, with potluck luncheon at noon, and the afternoon devoted to discussions of Mexican work, ' Christian education, children's work, Sunday schools and applied dlsctpleshlp. The evening program will be dedicated to a young people's rally. *<» : Children's Home - Unit Will Convene Members of the South 'San Joa- quln Valley Board of tho Children's i Home Society of California will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Hay Y. Burtim, secretary. Miss," Francos lleynolds, district supervisor, will bo present from Los Angeles. Mrs. Edwin J. Symmes, chairman, will preside. Eighth Patty at Shirley Meadows Is Big Success their eighth annual outing", touchers at Emerson School gathered at the home of Mrs, Millie Mummy in Shirley Men flows on Greenhorn, recently for a three- day outing. Hiking, riding, feasting, games and analysts by handwriting were among (he many types of entertainment enjoyed. Miss llllde- garde Case was responsible for the handwriting studies. Sharing tho enjoyable occasion besides the hostess were Mr. ntld Mrs. i), TJ. Compton, Mr. attd Mrs. George T. Harper, Mrs. Mnry laurel's, Miss Ktniiia Hod, Miss Oracle Anderson, MIsS boclu Curfman, Mrs, Hornlro JiirreU, Honor Caster, 0. Dean David, Mlsn Helen Knight, Miss Ueverly Stnurllff, Miss lx;ona IJrewstor, M!HH Illldo- garde Ciwe and .Margaret McDonald. Local Student Is Delta ^hi Pledge Word has been received that Frank H. Kratkn, Jr., a junior In the eolleg/j of petroleum engineering at the University of Southern California, has pledged Delta Chi, a social fraternity. « ** Congregational Aid Society to Convene Members of tho Ladles Aid Society of First Congregational Church will hold an all-day meeting Thursday in tho church. Mrs. Lulu Chase and Mrs.. M. J. Bordwardt aro tho hostesses. Fine Program Arranged for Subdistrict Event to Be Held Locally A aubdlstrlct rally of the Women's Homo Missionary Society of tho Methodist Church will begin at 10 o'clock Thursday morning in the auditorium of First Methodist Church. This will bo a combined meeting with Trinity M. 12. Church and Is the same as tho regular council meeting, Mrs. 6. H. Crofts, Fresno-Cllen- dalo district president. Will preside. Othar guests and speakers Include Mrs. M. S. MctJeO, Mrs. Fred ISber- hart and Mrs. Esther Edler, the latter two conference officers. The Reverend 15. B. Colo and the Reverend Qrover Ralston, pastor of Trinity and Fli-Ht Churches, respectively, will lend devotlonalM and Mrs. IS. B, Colo and Mrs. Phil Howell will be tho soloists of tho evening. Luncheon will bo served at noon. ———•*-••» • "I COULD HAVE SCREAMED WITH RHEUMATIC AGONY!" SAYS BAKERSFIELD LADY Poison-Pocketed Kidneys and Stomach — Followed by Great Rheumatic Pain. "A Terrible Heaven Now for Van Tage!" Testifies Mrs. ^Evelyn Williams. . Everyone -.suffering, from., "rhcu* malic,, pains, caused by^ sluggish bowels, or bloated cramped'stomach, should. Investigate the startling ro- sults that HO many men and women aro getting with VAN-TAO1S. VAN- TAO1B IB tho new internal medicine matUi from Nature's Own Herbs and Scientific ModicamontB. Right hero In BakernfloUl. thousands of bottles of .VAN-TAGB have already been distributed to tho sick and ailing. Drttgglsts ^throughout Bakorsfleld: Taft and Marlcopa report anioKtng sales of .VAN-TAG B, and a fluod of testlmohlals is pouring in from residents throughout this entire vicinity. Sworn Testimonials From Leading Citizens You may know personally many of tho men and women who havo experienced wonderful results with VAN'TAGB. One of tho latest experiences is that of Mrs. Kvelyn Williams, a native daughter of Bak- orsflold, who has written df her Discovery so that others, suffering as sho did, may know about VAN- TAGIS, Her address Is Box 248, Route 3, Bttkersflold, Calif. Read every word of hor remarkable testl- monlal—and find out what VAN- TAGS hofl proved: "For a period of one yoar, I suffer^ from a rheumatic condition, caused by sluggish kidneys nnd stomach, that tormented my nights with .pain. I would toss and to«s, but tho aching kept mo from sloop. I tried medicine after medicine, but it. seemed like none of them would re1l«ve me, 2 Bottles Brought Quick Wonderful Relief! ".Recently I heard of your modi- cine VAN-TAG IS", and J gave It a trial* It proved to bo Just what I wanted. It only, required two bat- RAIMA ED AT P T A 11 o Ho riio Splendid Cast Will Be Seen Here in Melodrama Tonight 0 "I lived In agony—until 1 found Van-Tage," writes Sirs. Kvelyn Williams, life-long resident of Uiilicrsfleld. • RDENA, Sept. 30.—Tho first meeting of tho Ordena P. T. A. was held recently at tho school house. Mrs. Raymond Copue, president, reported on the district meeting held at .lastro Park. H was decided to havo a social meeting once a month at tho homes of tho mom- bers two weeks after tho regular meeting. A social program for the winter wan discussed but no immediate action taken. Two tiny visitors, born slnco tho last meeting lust spring, wore present. They wero Orval Irving, Lindsey and Betty Jean Ashley. Refreshments wore served to 10 members by tho hostess. Mrs. lOthcl F. Rygh and Mrs. Raymond Capua. \VASCO. ficpt. 30.—WJIBOO Kle- mentnry P. T. A. will hold Its first meeting of tho your next Friday afternoon at the momentary school auditorium at 3 o'clock. Mrs. F. M. Roth, president, IWH arranged tho program to include nuislo beHidcs the plans for the coming year's activities. nplSHACHAPI, Sept. 30.—Tho To- Show Repeated'Thursday . nt Old Tabernacle; Fun Is Promised M ANY new players aa well as roc- ognfoed favorites will bo seen In tonight's production of "flold In tho Hills or tho Dond Bister's Secret," nt the Old Tabernacle tit Twenty-first Just east of Union avenue. Tho show, which will open tho ninth season for the Bakersfleld Community thoator as well as tho official Frontier Days celebration, will begin at 8:80 o'clock. Because of the throngs which aro expected to witness tho hilarious comedy melodrama to bo pit-Ben ted In old-stylo manner, tho players will repeat tho show tomorrow night. Heroine nnd Hero Mrs. Doris Corwln will make her debut as a thesptan In tho role of tho Innocent young heroine, Nell Stanley, who «avo the old homestead and Is lit turn Hnved from a fate worse than death by tho hero. Morton Block, local junior college student, IH cast as John Da)Ion, the hero, who Is always on hand at tho crucial moment and who finally puts tho villain to rout. Ho will bo remembered as a member oC the cast "Merrllly We Roll Along," one of tho most successful shows staged by Ittttt HfllHUII. In Character Hole Seniors to Give ! Tea in Honor of | New H. S. Girls! pLANS for the Hostess Tea. sponsored by the unnlnr hostesses, to be held Friday, October 2, were made at n meeting of (ho Hostess Club of the local high school yesterday. The tea will be held In I.tidden Hull ooltnjtp from 4 to 5:30 o'clock, and Is In honor of all girls, except freshmen, who hnvo transferred to Kent County High School from other school.*. During the meeting yesterday Mrs. Gnrnet Mcllrtdc, local homo economies tenoher, spoke on tho dull™ of a busies*, and gave helpful hints on social techniques. iEditorinl Staff of Junior j College Publication I Is Announced Journalism students under tho direction of Miss Margaret Lcvlnaon in Uakorsfleld Junior College, issued the first edition today Of tho "Ueno- gade Kip," camptiB publication. The students have chosen their staff which consists of: Edwin Adklns, j editor; Ml«« Juno Collins, assistant j editor; Dnn Q'Nolll. sports editor; Ml«n Naornl Bain, exchnngo editor; William Nolll, btmlneHS manager. Tho "Ittp," as It Is known tin the I lowl campus, Is one of tho most popular publication* of tho collegians. It Is full of features and maintains a wideawake editorial, news and sport-news service. Tho editorial «taff is supplemented by a largo group of reporter-mom- bers of tho journalism class. I Masonic Meeting I Set for Saturday I Night, West Side! I?LKCTION of officers will be held when the regular semi- nnnunl meeting of tho masters and past masters of the Sun .Joa- quln Valley, F. A A. M. U held at Miwinle temple, Taft, Saturday evening at thSO o'clock. Dinner reservations are now being made according to Harry S. Foster, secretary, Fresno. Harry W. Hentty Is chairman of the committee in charge. Patrick Presides .^ _, at Episcopal Mcctl D "} cc P Ia j? s A *' e Nearly Complete The night Reverend Louis Chllds j Sanford, D.D., missionary bishop of j St. Andrews Society Will Meet Monthly, October 5, at Clul> Hnll To begin activities for the 1930-37 season members of St. Andrew's So- New Kern TSxecuiivc Takes Over Duties; Confers With Local Staff "With tho arrival here lout night of Miss Margaret Brlggs of St. Paul, Minn., to take over her duties at Korn County Camp Fire executive, . the work of organizing fall activities was bogun today. Dans Course Mtf.i Brlggs, who possesses a charming personality, conferred last night with Dr. Inez Smith, prcsi- j dent of the Kern County Council, • ; and other members of the executive • ! group including Mlsa Margaret • Slack, president of the local Camp Fire Guardians Association. A training course for group lead* orshtp and other activltlea are on the Immedlnto calendar, Miss Brlggs Raid today in announcing that tho ' local Camp Fire office in the wel« fare building has be«n re-opened,, Fine Training Miss Blrgga comes to her local task well-equipped. She is A gradu- ato of tho University of Minnesota, and ha* been active in the Camp Coeds of the ciety hold a get -together recently in Junior ! '*•• °' *'• nn '' on Lake street. Klro organisation at St. Foul where she served as tho guardian of Jonquln Episcopal Dloceso, who I r«\iVge" o7Rnni»ed'in"tho I< AUociated > Tht> » Ml "meeting"wllfbV Monday, j f^ 1 ™' napW ™ cml *rt °« ^* ".^.m %vna quHn 111 ,.nrly In the mimmcr. j Women Student*, today furthered | P. c },°, ll(>r C ' Rt thp Woman's eltib I "« w worker, and wan assistant Mrs. Frances Osborne, who has had leads In many local productions, will bo scon In u new dramatic guise when nho plays tho character rolo of Old Kale of tho Bowery. To Dr. 11. Li. Klakoff Is entrusted tho role of Hlchard Murgatroyd, black-hearted villain. Doctor Klakoff, a newcomer to Bakorsfleld, has had several years' experience with little thoator groups in l^os Angeles. Others in (Show Kolph Savage, who will appear as Polu, tho Hat, in the melodrama, has appeared with tho Hobln Hood players of San Francisco. Uo Is a former resident of Bakersfleld and has returned hero only recently to make hlM homo. Another newcomer Is Gaylord Kox, cast as JantoH 11. Glue, who cnniu hero from Iowa, whom ho was Identified with community players. Dick Brothers, also a member of the "Merrily Wo Roll Along" cast, has been given tho important part an Sam Slado, tho villain's chief henchman. CltHl Margaret Hcrlng. - . lm8 Kroatly improved in health, but lm« boon to abKtutn from active dutlos ami to rest under phy sician's obHcrvntlon In hon Angeles for a period of six weeks or more, plans for n big "nfter-gntno" dunce Krldny nlcht. The dance will follow the Santa Barbara State Fro8h- Itonegndo tilt hero. Tho affair will bo held In the hoys' frymnnslum and it was announced yesterday nt tho j a good orohentra ban boon pruinirod. quarterly mooting of tho diocesan I Mrs. Itaz.M Aldrleh. A. W. H. advisor building at 8 o'clock, at which time will 1)0 welcomed all Scottish folk or persons of Scottloh extraction. William Croft is tho president and John MeCorinlek vice-president. Plans have been made to present two one to junior coll<>Ko William IS. Patrick, vice-president of tho council, presided In the bishop's absence. Ill-ports by tho dlocasan treasurer, tho itovcrund William Payne, of Portervllle, showed that tnoHl of tho parishes nnd mil tho diocese on me through ,„. , . . , -•- Burns' llfo. A committee I ho Santa Barbara football team will work out particulars with Prln- [clpal It. A. Hplndt. This organisation has been respon- will be guests of honor. Miss Juno Reynolds opened the first mooting of the active campus | slblo for many Interostlng entm-toin- group held recently and Miss Qraco ! ments In the past, ubjoot wn» t-ho "Hclatlonshlp j neason. Humanity is plnnn ng the now shape than in former ycnrs. Tho Rcvonsnil II. 1!. A. O'Malley, chairman of tho flold dopnrtmen't. onnouneod the quarterly meetings of Miss Reynolds announced the song contest In which the women will mibmlt Hongs wholly original in tnol- Mrs. Boyd Honored at Luncheon Meet executive for two years before coming hero. In St. Paul, the Camp Fire membership numbers more than. 1500. * Jolly Party Held by Eudokian Class Wearing costumes of Frontier Days 60 members of tho Kudoklan class of First Methodist Church held a tho throe duanerlas a* follows: "COIL I °' y *" d , lyrl ° or Pl "° ° r W n *« I nil dounery at the Church of tho n ' 1 ''»<«<1 to somo popular tune. tiood Shepherd. Iloedluy, October l!i: ! l>rlxo for th " b ° 8 ' Wol ' U |H bcln S Uo » l : Ktreet. In honor of her mother, Mrs. Kouthorn deanery at Ht. Puul's ! Bm ; ret -. . . ; Mnry A. Boy.L wn* attended bv Church, Vlunlia. October 15; northern i ''"ring th« meeting, a council | M.'sdiimoH It. Meeks, O. Nturm. T!. dounery at St. Luke's Church, Mor j lmldc "'' of fro.shman nnd Hophomora I .— ----- — -- -' -•"*--< --. -«« -- .MIM. iuiuKiirt'i jifiuiu, AIIHH J- hachapi Community P. T. A. held | ehn-ry Herring, Edmund Uoo. the first meeting for tho year at th.i I Master Donald Dumblo. who plays ced. October 14. Speakers from thn oxocullve council will address oneh Miss I doanery on the preparations r<>r the women wits elected to represent tho ,,,,,. V| A.. Hlhberd. «. Brunk', W. H. ties to relievo my pulns and condition. ] had a terrible experience before I found It, but Thank Heaven now for Vun-Tagro." Like 30 Medicines in One VAN-TAO1D getH these wonderful results because oC Its 30 Bclentlflo Medicaments, including the 21 Great Natural Herbs. Some of those herbs Hweep through your bowels, elln.- Inuting tho dangerous decayed waste that poisons your system: others clear that agonising gua and bloat out of your stomach; others flunh your kidneys, helping to remove tho to.)jic impurities that clog your body and increase rheumatic pain. At New Low Price 20 MILLION BOTTLMS OF THIS FORMULA HAV13 BKRN HOLD OVBR TJ1B MNTIRK WORT..D. Be- cauBo of tremendous volutno of sales, the price of VAN-TAG 13 is extremely reanonable. For-only u. fow ponnleg a day, you cnn get VAN- TAGTO from the Eastern Drug Storo. tho Owl, and all other leading drug- giflts in BaUersfleld. Taft, nnd Mar- icopn. DON'T LB'l' YOUR HMALTH WAIT—It IH the most importunt pOHsosslon you have. Start today on VAN-TACK! tW m on ffm GENERAL @ ELECTRIC WRINGER Conjtol starts and stops rolls- applies and relieves pressure- directs drainboard. Washer illustrated also features ACTIVATOR—Permanent Lubrj- cation, and Ouiet Operation. MAOf ir GMCKAL tlKTHIC AT HHO?£K>KT, CONN, Witham & Booth grammar school Monday evening. Mrs. Krnest Farris, president, conducted the. BOBelon. Mrs. Parker Sid dens, treasurer, reported a balance on hand of J32.SO. Mrs. Emily Trusty, guardian, gavo tho Camp Fire report, and asked tho co-operation of everyone In tho girl's plan to earn money for the group by uaviug wrappers and tops from soaps and fooda for which they will receive money from the manufacturers. A colony of ants housed in n glass cngo so that their work might be observed was tho room prize dnclded upon for the grammar school. A committee conslslng of Mrs. Henry Mathlson. Mrs. Parker Klddens and J. T. Kldlnor wan appointed to decide upon a room prize for tho high school. 1-eonard Duck of the grammar school faculty and leader of tho troop of Cubs gave a short talk on the work. Tho P. T. A. gponNors the troop nnd votod to pay the expenses j of registration. i The matter of hot lunches wan left i to tho room mothers to decide. After the business meeting, tho program wan given as a radio amateur hour. Those taking part were Louise and Churlolto Malhcson In cowboy costume who sang; Herbert Perry, an accordlan number; vocal numbers, by a quartet of girls from Mr. Duck's room, and by J. T. Sid- cner, MlsH Alvaroo Bennett and Mlws Dyslo Walton. Mr. Hldlner was declared tho prise winner, tho judging being on thu hauls of applause. OHAPBVIiNE, Sept. 80.—The prize j winners at the Wheeler Tlldgo Orapo- vino P. T. A. danra were; W. It. Muy and Mrs. l^otta Ashen, both of Wheelor Hldgn, best fanner and farmerette respectively. Mr. May also received a prlao for having tho •*t crop of whiskers. Most of the guest* wore In costume, • Several were present from Bakersrield nnd Taft. Tho dancers enjoyed old-llim; music, by Hie Moy- nler orchestra of Bake.r«fleld. KofreshmentH were served by tho P. T. A. women. AHVIN, Sept. 30.—The fall's first meeting will bo held by Arvln P. T. A. nt fl o'clock Thursday afternoon In the school, when the year's program as planned by the executive board In a recent mooting will bp presented. Teachers will bo Introduced and parents of school pupils are cordially Invited to attend. A successful Frontier dance was held recently at the Union Avenue i eohoolhousc. Klchard Htutzernan's i Blx-pleco band provided tho muKlo for the dancing and those attending camo In frontier dress. Mlus Thclma Price won the prlzo for tho l>ent woman's costume and F. V. Slusher , for fho best man's costume,. Prizes for the coupla dressed In the most unique costumes during the prize waits wera won by Ml«s Armlnla Mackey arid Joe Cohen. Refreshments were served throughout the evening. The affair was sponsored by the Union Avenuo P. T. A. •» i » Lavender Club to Convene Thursday Person* wishing to do so are Invited to wear frontier bays cos* tunics Thursday uftornoon when L*vender Club holds a regular bust- meeting at 2 o'clock at B«al« a child part; Margaret Jo Bourdeau. annual "ISverj •M Ht-vi-rcnd Sclh C 1 . llnwlry. rector of St. .lubii's ('hurch, Wtock 1'aul Mryers. .luck L'rumplcy, .lolin i ton, WOH nniriotl rh.ilrmnn of tho (joodull. Wpslcy Krank. lluborl Stoddard, nnd Mm. Maurice Vun commit too of (irnuini.'inuntu for t|n< iinnuul convention of Kan Joaquln, A. W. S. In student body affairs, Tho council chosen Is made up of: Mistiest Katherlne Thnobuld, Kalh- iTlnn Alexiittdcr, Wlllene (^nmp. PhylllH Collins. Thelmn Prnther, JUith Scott, Hetty llli'hnrdson, Bur- burn Ki'hmtdt, ISvtjlyn Junes and Klolso Brown. Tho Idea of a council monthly party on tho church lawn Monday evening, Old-tlm« games from Miller Boy to Blind man's Bluff were played In tho light Of old-fashioned lanterns; old-Urn* refresh-, ments Including elder and twist doughnuts were enjoyed. PrlKon were awarded as follows: Hnlph Urafflus, best whiskers; Miss The recent luncheon given at tha j Helen Crowdor, best costumed homo of Mrs. Lot la Ashen. S37 H woman; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Patter- nan, bost-drossed couple. Sponsors of the affair were Mr, and Mrs. Guy JaggttrU, Mr. and Mrs.* Fred Farls, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest' Collins and Miss Eunice Uebele. At a bUBln«ss session conducted by Bob Davidson, president, a vis-", itlng committee was named and plans were made for an annual fall breakfast, which has coma to b« a popular community event. The date was set for Saturday, October 81, from 8:30 to 9 o'clock. Class mom-' C. Stapleton, \V Hart .T Jan' May, J. Heaps. A. Davis and W. H. Walts, The tdftlo WSM beautifully dooor- u ted In harmonizing colors. Tho (Irnpevino P. T. A. women presented Mrs. Boyd with a pnst presl- dent's emblem. Tho women spent afternoon sewing and planning Osdel aro among the other now <° ho hold at Stockton January 37 ; of this Ulnd IH new nnd Is being tried j for tho bazaar, to ho held In the i b«r» pledged, themselves to players. in ml L'S. Among tlioso who will bo rocog-! nlzcd by followorB of local iinutteur: drama will bo MI-B. Harold AVadinan, Davn ChornlH, John llntiiblet. Dnvld Hlnek, Hurry Dillon, Dr. K a. Mm- iner, Keno Xnnotto, MlsB (-onBtunco Aldrloli. M1»H Junlco t'olllno iinil othcrn. Miss Marjorlo KulrbiinUn IB dlrocl- itix (.ho Hhow. TU'kotM \\ill ho itvnllublc at tho door nnd nt tho AVivdman Clothlns Storo at Eighteenth and 11 utrocls In the 1'mlro llotol building. here u« nn pnrt of Decomber. the high records made laat year. ^ JLoftstlnff works wonders In • tea leaf. It releases extra ^flavor lockedfL In each leaf •extra flavor^^ ««*mw«^ only In MINttD 1U CLAM M !•>. »tt UH tat MNH to IIH ttf Mr«. Ada Stewart lit in charge of. the butdness meeting which will b* , followed by tt social hour tn charge of Mrs. Clara Kent, Mr«. Lena Bald- Ashby. AMERICA'S SMARTEST WALKING SHOES Family Shoe Store 1410 Nineteenth Htreot ^I^L i"rn^jm_ CHINESE HERBS Rtll«v«s chronic *llm*nt» ft all klndi. Mill «nij 1am»\» trflublM. ,11,00 PIN BOX PEKIN HERBCQ. j0,-' - • - - %*ff^'pT ,'".*'"' i%Wi-*f A i • '.p^A^lii *.'^ V' A; ( .fe^ A»?P .- t.f^m^ TELEPHONE ORDERS SILVER SPRAY MARKET 2199 Niles Street Parking Facilities for 150 Cars Specials for Thurs., Fri. r and Sat. 3 Deliveries Dally — 9 •. m,, (0:30 a. mil 3 p. m. HAMS Cudahy's Puritan, half or whole RAO AN Cuclal '- v ' H Ucx< half or whole side.. ,lb. Df| A CTT Prime Steer, Center Cut Chuck Ib. 15c VEAL ROAST S icrCh ^ 17 c VEAL BREAST ,„ 14c Prime Steer, Round Bone, Shoulder ............... Ib. 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