The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 13, 1946 · Page 5
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NEWS SERVICE OF KERN COUNTY Wasco Senior Class to Give Play •Tonight WASCO, ~ Dec. 13.—Aleen Leslie's "A Date With Judy," a sparkling 3-aet comeay, will be given tonight In the Waaco Union Higrh School auditorium' by the Wasco, High School senior class. The performance Trill start at 8 p. m. .j Patricia Waugh will play the lead '' part and will Be strongly supported by Bill Slivkoss as Randolph, the kid brother; Naomi Snyder as Mrs. Foster, and James Woodard as Mr. Foster. Mervin Merling will play thp part of "Oogie," while Phyllis Wishard will take the role of Mitzi. Hannah the maid will be portrayed by Bettv Jo Knoy. Frank Oswald is playing Mr. Martindale, and Edna Thompson the unpronounceable "Mrs. Schlupzhammer." .Virginia Keeker will agpean-'as Barbara, Margaret Barbarena -will play the role of Mrs. Hotchkiss, "with" Mae Latta as Elolse, and Billie Jo Pelham ' as Suzie.' The comedy, previewed Thursday night at a dress rehearsal by Delano High students, will be directed by Frederick George, English teacher at Wasco High 1 School, and will be assisted by Frances Cullen. • RABBIT BREEDERS TO MEET New officers of Kern County Rabbit Breeders Association will be -elected at a dinner-meeting of members at p. m. Monday in the agricultural building, 2610 M street. A Christmas party will follow the busi- ' ness meeting, and members will exchange gifts. _ Carroll Sisters Announce Fashion and Beauty Clinic ' January 3-10 "Finishing School for Women of ALL Ages" i Call MRS. JOHIf CONBOT lor Reservations, 8-8 F. M. Perfect Christmas Gift for TTou or Your Daughter Service Club's Travesty Gets Continental Air OILBALE, Dec. 13.—Preparations for the Woman's Service Club's travesty, which bears the breathtaking title, "An Evening With Hildegarde in the Penguin Room in Gay Paree," have taken on a continental atmosphere with the appearance at a recent rehearsal o£ a romantic character billed as "the Shiek of Araby," according to committee chairmen. The "Shiek" is described as a "colossal" and romantic figureiSwith an Irresistable attraction for women, notably a certain Mimi from La Bo- hemfe and Mademoiselle Modiste. Proceeds of the sidewalk cafe show, which is described as farcical and giddy, will be used by the club for contributions to charitable organizations, according to Mrs. Naomi Walters, philanthropic chairman. French murals and table covers will be on sale after the show, but orders may be placed now. The next general rehearsal 'will be held in January according to Mrs. W. T. Eeese and Mrs. Angus Johnston, committee chairmen. New Officers Named by Delano Masons ' DELANO, Dec. 13.—Harold Marshall was elected master of the Delano Masonic Lodge at the last meeting, it was announced today. Others elected were J. C. McKin- z!e, senior warden; B. E. Howard, junior warden; J. G. Parsons, Sr., treasurer; Ward Robertson, secretary; Paul Zimmerman of Ducor, Lloyd Hamlin of Pond, and Harold Olson, trustees .for one year, and Ernest Jenans and Mitchell E. Benton, temple associates. A- public installation will be held January 16. Instlls Officer Slate SHAFTER, Dec. 13.—Mrs. Delia E. Kleist was seated as worthy matron .of Waaco Chapter No. 489, Order of Eastern Star, at the recent installation-.of new officers. Charles Stock Sale Brings Shaffer Students About SHAFTER, Dec. - 13.—Shatter High School agriculture students sold the animals they entered in the Great Western livestock Show at Los Angeles for a total of approximately $20,-OOG, agriculture depaftj ment officials reported when they •3* —,»„.«__-.. - _-,,. «_ ,„ «•*-*.»-w^i-M. \jiitti i^j mem. uij.njm.us ,repi>ri.eQ wnen iney re- Emory Lee was seated as worthy j turned from the show> This ^ Tin rt*n« *• Richland P. T. A. Yule Party Set for Monday SHATTER, Dec. 13.—The annual Christmas program of the Richland P. T. A, wil be held at the Women's Club building at 7 yt ra. Monday. Program Chairman Mrs. Letha Brock will present the primary children in "Santa's Work Shop." Assisting with the program will be Mrs. Alma Fuller, Lorraine Kleinkauf, Mrs. Thomas, and Maurine Schaffer. The public is invited. This Christmas Give a Portrait of Your Child What could be sweeter than an exquisite photograph of your child at that charming and "CUTE" age for Christmas! Make an Appointment Now! TOFS BABY PORTRAIT STUDIO 803 Eighteenth and Q Streets Phone 5-5689 HOURS: 10:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Daily, Including SUNDAYS Appointments for Christmas Photographs Will Be Taken Tfp to December 15 CLOSED TUESDAYS patron. Assisting the out-going-' -worthy matron, Laura. Young and worthy patron, Ai-ch Beckes, in the instal lation was Florence Mae Howard, a past worthy matron. Margaret !>. Devenney served as marshal and Dorothy Smith as hon orary marshal, Winifred Combes as chaplain; Leonard -Young, organist Jean Waugh, Bible bearer, and Clar ence Kleist, .flag bearer. Usherettes were Virginia Kleist ,and Joyce Ben der. - New officers installed for the ensuing- year were Inez Jones, associate matron; Robert Cleland, associate patron; Lillian Pritschke,-sec retary; Ruth Anderson, treasurer Dorothy Lee, conductress, ano Esther Robinson, associate conductress. •Others installed were Florence Howard, chaplain; Margaret Smith, marshal; Eleanor L. Clemens, organist; Margaret Pollock, warder; Wendel Jacobson, 'sentinel, and Winifred Kincannon, Ruth Arnold, Ruth Jaeobson, Zada Robinson, Eleanor Berendsen as star points. A program of music was given by Donnie Kleist, accompanied by his sister, Virginia, a vocal sixtette under the dfrection. of Irvin Barr, and Mrs. Horace Grisso, accompanied by Mrs. Clemens. Mrs. P. L. Arnold of Shatter and Irvin J. Barr of Wasco acted as hostess and host for the installing officers. Rose Pruning Talk to Be Held Tuesday OILDALE, Dec. 13.—An illustra- tated talk on pruning of roses, and landscaping, will be made by F. Holmes, of the agricultural staff of Bakersfield High School, at a meeting of the garden section of the North-of-the-Hiver Woman's Service Club Tuesday, December 17. Mrs. J. R. Hixon, chairman-of the garden section, said the meeting will begin at 6:45 p, rn. in the Little Theater Guild room ,at' Standard School. She invited members and friends to attend. New O.E.S. Officers to ContaMeeting TAFT, Dec. 13.— Recently installed officers of Taft Chapter No 337, Order of Eastern Star, will conduct their first .meeting at 8 p. m Tuesday in the Masonic Temple' Worthy Matron Beryl Adams and Worthy Patron Charles Russell will preside. This will be the annual Christmas party of "the chapter, and all Eastern Star members are cordially invited to attend. A Christmas 'tree program and refreshments in keeping with the season will be featured. ROARS EXPLAINED, Mysterious roars'emanating • from od Rumbling Bald-mountain. Lake Lure, N. C., have been explained by scientists as being caused by boulders falling from the tops of caves deep In the mountain. Acts AT ONCE to KeJieve and 'Loosen* BADC0V6//S (CJjJSED BY COLDS) tKTUMsrN must be good when thousands upon thousands ^of Doctor* have prescribed It for so many vears. PKBTTJBSIN acta at once not only to relieve such coughing but also 'loosing phlegm' and makes It easier to raise. Safe for both old and young. Pleat- was earned by 12 boy's with steer en;' tries and 5 with sheep 'entries: j Combined with the $12,000 earned > by Shatter sales at the Kern county show last fall, this gives Shafterls agriculture students a total of $32,000 in stock sales this year. Jack Janzen's - first place steer brought the highest price per pound j of local stock with a sale at 51 ' cents. , James Mathis' grand champion pen of 6 steers brought 50 cents a pound. The sale of stock for next year's shows has already begun for the Shatter agricultural department. More young stock will be purchased in the near future, and distribution of these animals to the students will begin next week. Annual Dinner Set by Women's Club SHAFTER, Dec. 13.—The annual Christmas party of the Business ahd-ProfessionafWoman's Club will be held December' 19,- at Cawelo motel, it was reported today. Dinner will be served at T:la p. m. Program Chairman Irene Tilley has announced a musical Christmas pro-gram for the evening which will be presented by Mrs. Gladys Hyland and Dorothy Donahue of Bak : ersfield, accompanied by Emily Schilling. Miss Donahue is well Icnown for her outstanding dramatic ability. All members are requested by Mrs. Rose Willis, welfare chairman, to bring a child's toy, or food, to be distributed to needy families of the community, instead of the -usual exchange of gifts among .members. - Among Bakersfield guests will' be Hene Dennan, district president of the club. . ' MUSICAL GIFTS Guitars—$10.00 up Amplifiers Drum Sets Band Instruments Violins Accordions Harnomicas Ukeleles—$2.95 ' Twirling Batons Swiss Music Boxes Toy Pianos Lifetone Needle—$1.50 Children's Gifts—$1.00 Musical Gift Books OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 9 O'CLOCK FROM DECEMBER 14 to 24 >t fi = Merry Christmas JAYNE'S MUSIC SHOP 906 Baker Street East Bakersfield BEVERLY TRACT LOTS AT REASONABLE PRICES WATER — LIGHTS — GAS AVAILABLE Beautifully Located Four Miles South on 99 Highway SAM BAUMAN and ED. COMBS Licensed Real Estate Brokers Phones 3-0283 and 6-6733 Christmas Cards Imprinted Still a good selection of .lovely cards to choose from. 1 -Many ( are suitable for business. We Jiave the cards HERB ' and Imprint ,^them -with "name'cT names to suit'you. 24-HOPK Bakersfield Printing Co. 511 East Nineteenth Street Phone NEW CURLY IVY NOW READY TO GO Also Cyclamen, Begonias, Ferns^and other plants now ready for Christmas Gifts. Highland Park Shade Gardens ,207 Arvin Street Phone 44231 Unheard-Of Values! WHOLESALE and RETAIL War Surplus Material All-Steel Refrigerators Walk-in Type—125 Cubic Foot Capacity 600 GALLONS PAINT AND VARNISH REMOVER Wool Gabardine FLYING COVERALLS Canvas ARMY COTS Alpaca Lined FLYING JACKETS 7}£ Horsepower AIR COMPRESSOR 45-Inch Handle KITCHEN MOPS 5-GalIon WATER CANS More Than 13,000 Pieces CHINAWARE 2500-Watt Electric LIGHT PLANTS Hundreds of Steel and Wood TOOL CHESTS TENTS and TARPS of Various Size* SAVAGE WAR SURPLUS 3515 Chester Avenue HEAR FOR CHRISTMAS v New "One-piece" • NO BATTERIES Unit, That's All!! .NO HARNESS TO WEAR Monday, Dec. 16, Pidre Hotel, 1 Day Only Sonotone, Western Electric Acourficons. and others, slightly used, at big discount. Tour Aid taken in trade. "Batteries for All Aids." Sidewalk Skeeter Overnight Case CaKfOftlian Friday,Decemberl3,1946 It l«ll»llllmlMlim»ll«»inm«»«ilul HIIIIUHIMl Illlllill Wards Christmas Sale! •_„ * Riverside Tires The tire that gives you more miles of safety. Stronger than prewar tires. Auto Batteries More power for winter driving 1 ol heavy duty plates—24 mo. guarantee—$10.95 4o heavy duty plates—21-mo. guarantee—$ 9.45 1.95 A new sensation for the youngsters. A completely new, engineered scooter. Steers like an airplane. Holds 400 pounds. Try it. Was $13.95. Tuck several under her tree os an "extra surprise" ; ; . slip them iir with Christmas cards for c special "Merry Christmas"! We've a huge selection, to choose from i;. gay prints on cotton or linen... petitpoint or hand-done Madeira embroideries ... lace edged linens. GeUome todayl 21-inch pyroxlyn coated fabric, leather bound, shirred pocket in lid. Regular $12.77. Also one formerly $18.45, now $14.95. A. B. C, Jigsaw Puzzle . .'. 5c Beautiful full color "Clayton" scenes from "Mother Goose." Complete alphabet in cut-out letters with holder enclosed. Reduced from 49c. Ladies' Jacquard Sweaters $6.49 Bright patterned Norwegian-type so popular for skating, skiing and classroom. Was $7.65r Men's Flannel Robes . . $7.50 Warm rohes at a saving! They're 50% wool flannel and smart wrap-around style. Small, medium and large. Regular $10.98. Men's Tweed Suits . . Sizes 34, 35, 36, 37, reduced from $21.50. Brown tweed, single breasted. Men's Mufflers " A pre-Christmas value! Choose from wool and rayons in plaids and solid colors. Regular $1.98. Some C reduced to ................ ....... Men's Sweaters 25 c tol°° Sfmulofed alligator vanity ease fitted with a large-sized clear mirror and three empty jari Pirfect for overnight or Pullman trips, 7%"xl2". "Ty-Master" Tie Rack to keep all his ties within easy reach. A flip of the finger twiris his choice for the day within s easy grasp! . 1.25 Men's 100% wool pullover style, with V-neck. Colors blue, tan, beige and brown and sizes small, medium and large. Reduced from .$6.50. Men's Color-Bright Ties . 49c Santa—Here they are! JGood looking ties in the season's smartest patterns. Formerly priced as high as $1.50. 50o°FF Giftwar| 50oW Large selection of glassware, glass sets, albums, knick-knacks, etc._ Reductions as high as 50%. ;; Men's Suede Jackets,. $16.98 Men's Talon slide fastener front suede • jackets. Knit bottom, button cuff, Sizes 36 to 44. Regular $19.95. Buffalo Plaid Shirts .. $4. Men's 100% wool plaids. Black and white squares in sizes 17 and 18. Formerly priced at $6.10. Girls'Dresses.. .... $3.97 Rayon crepe dresses in sizes 12 and 14. Red, blue and green. Were $5.98. Women's Cotton Hose .. $1.09 , Just received complete run of sizes in -these hard-to-get cotton hose. Crash Tablecloth ... . $1.97 Hand-painted crash tablecloth, in size 50x50. All gift-boxed. Were $2.98. CHILD'S - letal Table and Chair Set $12.77 , Round table and two arm chairs, all / - metal. Red color. Regular $17.95. -_ May be spent as Cash •«« for any item at Wards! 2426 CHESTER AYE. AMPLE PARKING Phone 7-7871

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