The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1946 · Page 16
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 16

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, December 12, 1946
Page 16
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ay, December 12,1946 >nS;tO; (^Raisin Bowf be NOW—pDoors Open at 6:30 CONTINUOUS^ DAILY Doors Open 12 Noon NOW! MAGNIFICENT STORY of DOUY MADISON CO-HIT!— NOW—Doors Open at 6:45 "SELDOM APPROACHED BY HOLLWOOD" "A FINE, POWER. FUL DRAMA"— DAILY NEWS PLUS—EXTRA DELIGHTS ."GOLDEN SIPIPERS" "CAT FISHES"" "NO HELP WANTED" Continuous Dally-From 1:30 DAY*"! "Till the End of Time" LAST "Thrill of Braiil" Starts Tomorrow Don't Miss . - Slorrlng GARY COOPER HOMESWEE1 JHOMiCSDE NOW "RUN-AROUND" STARTS TOMORROW , June Lockhart "She WoJf of London" . Ali-Stai- Western "Frontier Outlaws" ?! NOW AT BEARDSLEY Tuesday, December 17 -.-L.pcated-;on,.OId "Fresno Highway . ri. >Admis?ion $1 Plus Tax •• t Tjyo^ league chahipions meeflng in the annual' K,. game" at Fresno's Eatelif'fe Stadium New -Year's Day, when the 'Farm ers of Utah State battle the ,Spar tans of San Jose State. .' The Aggies are ' co-champions o, the Big- Seven bj^ virtue of their 28 14 win "over the Denver 'University eleven last Saturday. The Spartans are the undisputed .leaders of the California Collegiate Athletic' ASSQ ciation. > .,',"•-!>• The-Spartans-bf San' JtjseV have eight 'victories -to their ~crediV this season wBUe-Utah State has topped seven of, their rivals. JEachTte&m has one 'defeat and -one tie in its, season recoriJ. . , One thousand musicians from valley high schools wjll' furnish'' a -colorful background for the game. Under Marshal Chan Henderson --of r Reed'- ley, "the combined bands will perform intricate maneuvers at .. hall time. . , " -( " '','„"A queen picked front candidates from a}l parts of the valley iviir preside over the "day's festivities and the -Raisin Bowl ;Ball 'that night VA Contact Man fill Visit Taft Tuesday ",E. .C. "Bryant, manager of "the Bakersfield Veterans Adraiujgtration office, announced today that effective immediately the contact representatives from his 'Office -will % be in Taft each Tuesday Instead of "Wednesday,- as formerly. • Hours of the Taft service >-wil! be from 9 a., m. to 12 noon, in the Taft Veteran's Service Center at OJhe Fort. Box Office Open 6:15 P., M " "TO EACH HIS OWN" "THE PEVIL'SJWASK" Starting Toniorrow "White Tie and Tails" "Blonde Alibi" , Box'Office Open 6:15 P. M * Now — "MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE" ."TOKYO ROSE" Starting: Tomorrow "Wife of Monte Cristo" "Throw a Saddle on a Star" ' ARVIN. • Phone 46 Box Office Open 6:15 P. M Now— "THE KILLERS" "A YANK IN LONDON" Starting Toniorrow "BLACK ANSEL" "Her Adventurous Night" , *.~w.u».i *jt V MiM*^ «w«*«j»a2»o—^uryora.1 !rChflrles IX^ Slessinger of Elaine", Wastes-pans i or gold in USD leased claim near Fairbanks. ' Octavia, Pratt, a pfiO junior hostess, tries for'a few elusive sold nuggets herself: " _ " PERSON A1 M E fi TIO N MRS. PEARL COLSTON of "Fellows entertained inenjltters-o£«her sewing club at'her".home on.the'C. C. M. O. lease, near Fellows,-Friday afternoon., present' were -'Mes- dames"EIoise- Pontin,,.Nellie Parker; V^ra, Canifon," Frances-Spurgeon, Bessie- West," Alma.- Scott, Esther Hines; £ois Barton and the ' -hostess. ' " , ' - *• MR: AND MRS/>IRWIN PETERSEN and sons, Jim r Jack 'and Je,ff, of Benicia'ar'e .visiting Mrs.'Peter^ sen's parents, "Air. 'and Mrs. Jack Scott of Fellows,.and.Mr.-Peter- - sen's parents,-Mr. and-Mrs. .Sam Petersen of Taft; until after the holidays. — - ,<t MR. AND MRS. BUFORD HAYES and-daughters,, Patsy and Gale, hava returned to, Tehachapl after a recent-visit in' Delano with Mrs. Hayes' parents; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brown, and her "sisHs's,' the Mesdames Sydney Sellers and Al Poole. " ,' ' : MR. AND MRSrNOAH CURTI are •announcing - the ..arrival of their first child, a daughter, born December 2 at, the Cedars oi Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles. Mr. Curti is a coach ab-Taft Union High School, r > iLTROVATORE - Cafe and Cocktail Lounge ;' 920 Twentieth Street FEATURING ITALIAN DINNERS • Private Banquet Rooms ' DINING ROOM Open Daily 4 P. M.'JHMI P. M. COCKTAIL LOUNGE ;,. Sundays 12 Noon till 11 P. M; 4 Open daily 4 P. M. tilCMidnight" - - .. " ." - v • , Julius and Susie Anton Chef Sam Lorenzi Is Back Again at BASQUE HOTEjL Formerly Marie's Place ~ '•''"•-. 631.East Twenty-first Street/, OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONPA* 1LA.M. UNTIL j_ri _: ., MIDNIGHT " J " ', V r '-" r • . .. IBANK MAITIA, PROPRIETOR , : SECTION 1, R. D. J1933 INC. ^Presents CLAUDE HECK Authorized Speaker ELLIOTT HALL 1107 N. Chester, Oildale FRIDAY DEC. 13, 8 P.' M. ADMISSION SOc Inc. Tax .- ^ Open Daily at ,12^'Noon , _ Starting Tomorrow Chas. GobBfn, Joan Bennett in COL. EFFINGHAJVi'S RAID" - d Charles Starrett in . "Qaiioping Thunder" Last, Times Today . , "THE GREEN YEARS" FIRST "ANNUAL ' HOLIDAY STAG PARTY , Auspices Butt oowHlow Post 674 Americkn Legion , December 13 BEARDSLEY Darice Pavilion -* • . ,-/* :•- "~ Featuring-;" Hollywood .Floor Show and Other Entertainnient fc iIH.,ANi),MES. W. E. EHICKSEX -' had, & happy surprise recently when Ithelr son, Sergeant Jack Ericksonr^ of the United" States - Army, arrived on a 25-day fur. loug-h/en,-"route from -Fairbanks, Alaska," to -his .new assignment at Salina, Kan., Sergeant, Erickson -has-been in-the army for 10 years.' MRS^ IX3RKA AJIMONS of Delano entertained:-as her recent guests her sJster,'.Mrs. Hester Boles and soiv Jaines, r ,-of Ttuntington Park, arid Miss-Jean Amnions o£ Orosi, granddaughter of Mrs. Ammons. ME. AND -AIRS. C.-H. TOON and. daughter, Mrs. N. Kim and daughter, Carolyn, and Edward Toon have returned to Delano after a recent visit in Ingjewood vrtth Charles Toon. * MR. AND MRS. LEON ITARTMAN -have returned to San Diego after a visit in Delano with Mr. Hartinan's mother and his sister. Mrs. George Sullivan and Mr. Sullivan. J. C.* ADAMS, Southern Pacific* agent at Searles Station, -who underwent .a major operation at Ridgecrest -Hospital recently, is well on the road to recovery. AU-/AN PEARSON, j owner and operator of Pearson's Market in Taft, who has been confined to his home for the past two weeks by illness, is reported improved. WAYNE TURNJ.PSEED has returned, tp San Francisco after a visit with - his parents,-Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turnipseed, at their ranch west^of-Delano. MR. AND MRS. J. C. McKINZIE have returned to their Delano home after a visit in Los Angeles ' with Airs. E. B..Noe], mother of \Mrs. MeKlnzie. WIIilAM STUART has returned to Shafter, where he is employed after transacting business in Delano and visiting- with his parents Mr. and Mrs, William Stuart Sr Friday. > - '' A V I f, - PAS r 3E Hk, B22 Kern street, -- building and plumbing inspector for the city of Taft, is receiving treatment -at A Bakersfield hospital. .' MR. .AND MRS. MARTIN ANDER- SON-and Children, "Bud and Virginia,, Shafter.,.^ave returned from ; & trip to Eagle Rock and Burbank.' MRi 'AND MRS. IROBERT DILTZ of Burbank arelfrisiting Mr. Diltz' - mother. Mrs. Aiithur L. Dalley of Rlvernook Dairy, near Kernville.. JAMES- STOCKTON, principal of the Caliente School, recently returned, home after a two weeks absence due to illness. JOHN'sWETT-of Fairview is a. patient at Kern Valley Community (•Hospital, ,'in - Kernville, being ' treated ,f or- burns. MR. 'AND MRS. JOSEPH COS , GRQVE, Shafter, have as their ,'is week, Mrs. H. G. Hall of Bakersfield.' MRl'M. C..HUGHES of Elk Hills who has been in thg Taft unit of the Kern General Hospital has -reutrned Thome. ~" MRS. ED" WARREN, Shaf ter,' and ,Mrs. Qene Mettler of Eakersfield left Friday for several days visit in .the, southland. MARY COXJJAR of, Tupman-Os in Mercy Hospital in Bakersfield, where she" is reported to be improving. - , South Chester and .59 Highway Last Times Tonight '" Warner Baxter, and. jine JLan« Plus ^Edgar*1kenrie(iy' Comedy "MOTOR,lMANIACS", " Color Cartoon<-«iiyin',*Mouse?.' EDDIE DEAN Star of" Stage, Screened Radio and featured with such per.- formers-as Judy Canova, Gene Autrjr and-others. HERE IN PERSON Tomorrow Night With ,Ode)!- "Johnson and ^ f . , v His,Rhythm Ranch Pals RHYTHM RANGNO ^2,Miles,Soutji,on Highway 99, -".' HAVE^Y^UR-" l-;.'lV HAM and BACON CURED, and SMOKED - "-' Oildate Frosted Food , Locker Co. - : 21? Roberts t.ane • Pho'ne" 2-7BS6 .:-DE UN?^RERO'' 1 ' Plus j5ecOT&"Featur> -' ^ '^jTv^T^T^^^ piREi. 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