The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 3, 1933 · Page 5
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^ ' l * '' w •! THE BAkEliSFIELD CALlFORNIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1933 OMMUNITY McFarland Pupils and Staff - End Enjoyable Holiday v Period Today '" J^fcFARIjANbj Jan. 8.—McFarland High School opened this morning after the faculty and students had en- Joyed an li-day vacation. One extra day. was had because the school furnace wire out of order the afternoon of December '22, so school was dismissed December 23. • '.AH the faculty members spent the tacatlon at various cities' enjoying family reunions. Principal and Mrs. fi. P. Janes and their daughters, /Misses' Evelyn and Eleanor, returned w Monday from Pasadena where they 'enjoyed the New Year woelc-end as •quests of the former's parents," Mr.- f '5nd,Mrs. M. L. Janes. Miss Marie C. 'Lourenzo returned Monday night from San> Hafaol where she spent the va- Catlon with her parents. She was ac- mpanled honre by Elmer Lobre, Jr., •htf spent the vacation with his aunt, Vs. W. E, Crawford and family at irllngame. . tfr. and Mrs. R. A. BroadweU and their daughter Helen returned Sunday evening fr.om Covlna where they [spent the vacation with the former's [jftother and sister, Mm. W. B. Broad- 'ell and Miss Helen Broadwell. Mr. roadwell .spent much of the time In e study of music. J. H. Portor- ield, with Mrs. Porterfleld of River_,,'le, spent the vacation, with tho lat- her's' parents at Phoenix, Ariz. and. Mrs. Huntley Webb spent of.thie,tlme at their home here, if short trliy to various cities to t friends. Jr. and Mrs. Z. U Williamson dl- led their vacatfon, spending part of time at B,evkeley as guests of Mrs lllamson's relatives and part as ests of-Mrs. Williamson's mother at 'Wler. Miss Ann Harder was the est of her parents at Reedlcy. Mr. d Mrs. U. C. Allen and their son ,gene spent the Christmas week-end th Mrs. Allen's brother-in-law arid tter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Eddson at Carruthers, and the lat- famlly spent the New Year week- here with Mr. and Mrs. Allen. NEW YEARS DINNER ^cFARLAND, Jan. 3.—A New Years ner was celebrated at tho coun- (jomo ' of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. |omaw, Sunday. Covers were laid Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Steln- |rger and their son, Junior, Mr. and Oraden Bowman, the host and |st«ss and their daughters, Ethel, Eunice and Myrtle. Wasco Club Will Hear State Head on Indian Work WASCO,'Jan. 9.—Mrs. C. P. Morgan of Shatter, state chairman of Indian welfare, will be the speaker of the afternoon at th* next meeting of the Woman's Progressive Club, which Will be held at the home of Mrs. William , Klnssen, at 2 o'clock, Thursday Afternoon, January 6. The third of a aerie* of talks ,on Russia will be given by' Mrs. . Zadla McNeil, and 'Mrs. George Summeryllle will present a musical number In keeping with th* * afternoon topic. \ 50 YEARS OF!»EDLIfE Moneta Pair Hold Celebration Attended by Kin and Many Friends KKRNVILLE, Jan. 3.—Fifty years of wedded life were recalled by Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel C. Luz, at Menota, Saturday, December 17, when a large number of friends and relatives assembled to celebrate the golden anniversary of the couple. They .were wed In Boston and came to California on their honeymoon, settling on a 386-acr.e ranch near Isabella, In Kern county. Here the larger number of their eleven children wore born, early schooling In Isabella and Kern- vlllo and reared to early manhood and womanhood In this section. Mr. Luz followed the occupation of a miner prior to his retirement. Attending the anniversary festivities wero the seven living children of tho couple who are George Luz of Hanford, Mrs. Mary Gullch, John and Anthony Luz of Los Angeles, Mrs. Francos Earll of Sunset Beach, Mrs. Ann Richards and Gabriel Luz of Santa Ana. Relatives from Arizona and Massachusetts also wero In attendance, as wero Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Taylor of Kernvllle and Los Angeles, and a host of other friends. As a part of the commemorative program, a wedding ceremony for tho couple was read by the Rev N. C Raley, with attendants, a duet, a quartet and the playing of tho wedding march. A buffet luncheon was served. Many gifts were received, many gold coins being Included. More than 200 people complimented the couple at the reception. LaVerne Students , ( Present Music and Literary Entertainment \ McFARLAND, Jan. S, —The deputation team from LaVerne College, composed of five young people, gave a fine program at the Church of the Brothen, Saturday night. Members of tho :cam are- Misses Evelyn Deardorff, 3wendelon Ardlnger and Maurlno Hcyman and Messrs. .Vornon Heckman and Elmo Holl. These young people have spent their vacation gtv-' ing programs In the northern part of the state. Included In their itinerary wero 22 churchos, their last program being Sunday night at tho Bakersfiold church. •* Following tho program at McFar- tang the young people of the church entertained the team at a watch party at the home of the Reverend and Mrs. M. Alva Long of Lockwood avonuo. About 35 enjoyed the tlmo playing games and singing. Light refreshments were served after tho new year. Miss Gwendolen Ardlnger led the do- votlonals, at tho church program, and tho topic was "Character Building." The evening's program was opened by two congregational songs, followed by a quartet number, "The Light of God." Members of the quartet were Misses Evelyn, Deardorff and Gwendolen 'Ardlnger and Messrs'. Vernon Heckmon and Elmo Holl; scripture reading by Miss Ardlnger; number by the mixed quartet, "Dear Lord and Father ot Mankind"; violin solo, by Haurlne Heyman; talk, "Building the Character Wall," by Miss Evelyn Doardorff; quartet number, "The Whole Wide World"; vocal solo by Vernon Hecxnjan; a reading by Miss Maurlne Heyman; poem, "Your Mission," by Miss Ardlnger; quartet number, "O Master, Let Me Walk With Thee"; benediction by the Reverend Mr. Long. 10 ASSIST WASCO WELFARE LEAGUE PLAY TICKETS TO BE ON SALE SOON Delano Club Plans Program to Help Pupils .and Unemployed DELANO, Jan. 3.—Acting upon th* Inspiration of the presentation of community needs by Doctor William B. Smith, Delano Exchange Club voted to adopt a program for community betterment, at their last luncheon session which was held at the Hotel Kern. Tho program Includes providing meals for undernourished school chll- ilron whoso parents are not able to provide meals; and obtaining employment for fathers now out of employment. ' Funds will be raised by community entertainments and used In thtp com- niendablo work. Doctor Smith was appointed chairman of tho committee and M, E. Benton and Clarenco J. Uoupo wero named to act with him. • Judge Elmer Lobro of M'cFarland was a visitor and spoko on similar problems In the McFarland district, and told how they wero being mot. Thoro was a good attendance. Club singing was led by Leslie Adams, with Mrs. Adams at tho piano. W ASCO, Jan. 8.—The play, "Lest Wo Forget," will be given for tho jenoflt of the Wasoo Welfare League on January 13. Mrs. C, W. arable, s. Harry'Scnronl and Rev. C. W. Carlson are completing arrangements. Tho high school 'auditorium has >een donated, and tho Reverend Mr. Carlson, author of the play, Is donat- ng his royalty for tho use of tho text and Is directing tho piny. Tickets will bo on sale by tho mld- dlo of tho week and many prizes are AT FAMILY SANTA CRUZ VISITORS AT PARTY GERSON'S JANUARY SALE ^Starts Tomorrow, Wednesday, January 4 Jliese sale prices on high-grade merchandise are by far the lowest in our entire history. Every article is from our regular stock—no special sales goods—and 5s offered AT COST AND LESS. f€OMPARE OUR PRICES AND QUALITY All-Linen Damask Tablecloths 72x90 M 7C I 72x108 *4 A£ |Reg. $5.75 $3.13 | Reg. $6.50 $4.19 154x54 All-Linen Tablecloths, Only 55c Turkish Bath Towels 29c I5c 25o leg. 45c Powels eg. 25c ' lowels Linen land Towels Pequot Sheets 81x108 Sheets 81x99 Sheets 63x99 Sheets Pillowcases McFARLAND, Jan. 3.—Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cavanaugh of Santa Cruz, who are visiting friends, and relatives, were feated at a charming party In their honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Llndley Monday evening. Seasonal appointments decorated the living rooms, and the time was spent playing 500. Guests who en- ioyed the party with the hosts and :ho honored guests were: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Peterson, Gladys, Marjory and Bobble Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Calkins and Miss Margie Cal- iclns, Mr. and Mrs. Idus Lessely, Idus, Jr., and Mario Lessley, and Mes.urs. A. H. Newby, Gus Chandler and Don Burroughs. MOJAVE DANCE GROUP $1.00 89c 29c Famous North Star Blankets Reg. $12.50 Blankets $9.50 Reg. $16.00 Blankets $10.75 Reg. $11.50 Blankets $7.50 All-Wool Blankets leg. $8.50 fcPalr leg. $12.50 air $4.05 $7.50 Part-Wool Blankets 72x84, Reg. $4.50 Pair 60x80, Reg. $2.75 Pair $1.95 Down Comforts leg. $29 Comforts leg. ?27 • Comforts..... i. Comforts Only a Fow Left $10.50 $10.75 Ruffled Curtains One to four pairs of a kind. Regular prices from $2 to J4 per pair. To close out— Per Pair Purchaser must take all of any one kind. prapery, Damask and Curtain Materials At Lowest Prices in History 36-Inch Sunfast Reg. 75c yd. I7£c yd. 52-Inch Sunfa.t Reg. $1.50 yd. 85c yd. . 50-Inch' French Ma»quisette lOc yd. Ul Other Merchandise— Linen, Draperies, Etc. >urlng This .Bale 20% Off MOJAVE, Jan. 3.—Cabllet officers of tho Community Dancing Club will meet this week to discuss plans for tho dancing parties to be held nt the O. O. F. hall. These parties are open to all the young people of Molave. The Odd Fellows are sponsor- ng the movement. The dances-are'under the supervision of several mothers. A dance was given New Years eve, many young jeoplo enjoying tho party. Favors In tho form of paper caps, whistles, bells and other noise-making devices were given during the evening. A midnight supper was served by Mrs. E. E. Wilson and Mrs. George Beane, who chaperoned the young people. ' McPARLAND, Jan. 3.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moomaw and tholr four daughters and Mr. and Mrs. John Moomaw and their daughter, Dorothy Lee returned Friday from the south whore they spent a week visiting relatives. While there a family reunion was held at Blxby Park, Long Beach, with all members of their family enjoying a delightful dinner. Hosts at tho dinner were tho members of tho family living at Long Beach. Included at the reunion wero: Mr. and Mrs Moomaw and daughters, Louise, Harriet, Doris and Irene. Also their son- in-law nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs Myron Popham, Misses Margaret and Ida Moomaw, Messrs. Dan and Frank Moomaw all of Long Beach; Mr. am Mrs. Will Moomaw and daughters Maurene and Marian of La Verne Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Holsapplo ant urandson Hester of El Monte; Mr. one Mrs. Charles Moomaw, Ethel, Veda Eunice and Myrtle Moomaw, and Mr nnd Mrs. John Moomaw and daughter Dorothy Lee, all of McFarland. Stubborn Coughs Ended by Recipe, Mixedjt Home SarM$2. NoCookinc! SoEaftyl being donated by tho following merchants as well as Reverend Mrs. Carlson, as rewards for tho bay or girl who sells the most tickets: Wasco Drug Store, Oscar's Barber Shop, Golden date Market, Wasco Creamery, P: D. Appliby, Louie's Emporium, Jack Bennett Barber Shop, \Vasco Hardware Company, and W. 0, Thomas. Besides the play there will bo 200 war scenes shown, and music will bo furnished by tho High School orchestra and glee clubs. TEXAS VISITING MTARLAND MoFAHLAND, Jan. 8.—Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Gregory of tho Guaranty Market are entertaining for Mrs. Gregory's brother-in-law and ulster, Mr. and Mrs. V. n. Whatloy and their daughter Yvonne nnd Mr. Whatloy'n cousin, Miss Carol Wlmtley, who arrived here Thursday evening from tholr homo,at Corpus Christ), Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Whatley have decided to make their home In McFarlund and may enter business, CLUB PLANS Jan. 3.—The first mooting of tho new yenr for the Neighborhood Lltcray Club of this district will bo held on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The meeting will bo nt tho homo of Mrs. Frank J. CodrttiiRton. Assisting her aa host- CS.MC.M will be McsdamcH Frank M. Keo nnd H. S. McClees. The program will follow tlio short business session at which Mrs. Paul Driver will preside. The subject for tho program hour will be "Dietetics," Wednesday at WeilPs Aid Society Meets to Plan Finances MOJAVE, Jan. 3>—A business meeting was held by the Community Church Ladles' Aid on last Saturday. Mrs. E. E. Wllrfon presided for Mrs. W. II. Kennedy, who was ill. Mrs. George Hodges was appointed secretary pro tern In tho absence of Mrs. Verne Cooper. Prank Dunnell was paid for services rendered and returned tho money to tho church. An Indoor carnival will bo given January 14, at the schoolhouse. This will be given-to help finance tho 1932 budget. Rev. and Mrs. W.»O. Graves of Los Angeles wore week-end visitors to Mo- Jave. Reverend Graves was tho visiting pastor to tho Community Church and preached at both the morning and evening services lost Sunday. Here is the famous old recipe which millions of housewives have found to be the most dependable means of breaking up stubborn coughs. It takes but n moment to prepare, and costs very little, but it positively has no equal for quick, Justing relief. From any druggist, get 2V4 ounces of Finer. Pour this into a pint bottle and fill the bottle with granulated sugar syrup, made with 2 cups of sugar and one cup of water, stirred a few moments until dissolved. No cooking needed—it's so easy! Thus you make a full pint of better remedy than you could buy ready-made for three times the cost. . It never spoils and children love its taste. , This simple mixture soothes and heals the inflamed throat membranes with surprising case. It loosens tho germ-laden phlegm and eases chest sore- ucss in a way that is really astonishing. Pinex is a highly concentrated compound of Norway Pine, the most reliable healing agent for severe coughs. It is guaranteed to, give prompt relief;. or money refunded. VISITORS FROM KANSAS MoFARLAND, Jan. S.— Mr. and Mrs. L. 13. Hylton are entertaining at tholr country home for thoir Kansas frlend«, Jlr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Smith and their daughter, Cecilia, and Mrs. W. Dayton, all of Waterford. Kansas. The guests arrived here Wednesday night and surprised tholr hosts. They will visit Mr. and Mrs. I. Bowser, Mr. and Mi's. John Moomaw and other Mo- Farlnnd friends before going to LaVerne to upend some time visiting relatives and friends. [Have to Get Up 1 at Night ? Deal Promptly with Bladder Irrcfularitiea Are you bothered with bladder irregularities; burning, scanty or too frequent passage and getting up at night? Heed promptly these symptoms. They may warn of some disordered kidney or bladder condition. Users everywhere rely on Docm's Pills. Recommended For 50 years. Sold everywhere. JDoarts ills A Diuretic For the Kidneys fSEE OUR WINDOWS—COMPARE OUR PRICES GERSON'S L820 I Street Free Delivery Anywhere Phone 414 ENJOY DINNER PARTY MeKAULANl), Jan. 3.— A group of JIoFarland friends gathered at the country homo of Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Huddloston recently and enjoyed dinner. All appointments were In the Christmas motif. Attending the dinner wero Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Von Grlefensttln and tho latter's sister, Mrs. Inez Ooswlck of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Arnold and daughter LaVonne, Mr. nnd Mrs. Andy Andrews, Conner Oobel, Mr. nnd Mrs. Huddleston, Lucille nnd Lawrence HiHldleston. Afternoon guests Included Sir. and Mrs. J. F. Qulley. - « . » JANES ENTERTAIN FRIENDS McFARLAND, Jan. 3.— -Entertaining at their home on Lockwood avenue Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. 13. P. Janes wero hosts nt dinner to a group of their friends. The after- dinner houra wero spent playing bridge. Places were marked at the table for Paul VnnderEIke and his son Emmett of Bakersfield, Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Webb, Misses Evelyn and Eleanor Janes, and tho host and hostess. PERMANENT WAVE, $1.50 Others at $2.50 and $3.50 Machlneless Wave (No Electricity) $5.00 A Dry * Finger Waves.. $1.00 Open 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. SAM MOSS'S Beauty Parlor 1713 Eighteenth Street P. O. Market Building Weill's Beauty Shop Permanent Waves, $1.95 Up Open Evenings by Appointment Use Your Charge Account Phone 4700 ' Let's go, 19331 Weill's is ready for the new year. Our stocks are reduced for clearance and new spring merchandise is arriving every day. Shop at Weill's, Bakersfield's busy department store ... you'll save many dollars. Buy Your Fox Theater Tickets AT WEILL'S Regular 40c Tickets, 25c New Spring Silks All Silk Prints—Large Block Plaids—Roman Stripes—All-Over Designs 40 Inches Wide $100 1 yd. All-silk prints, all new heavy quality silk. Large block plaids, Roman stripes, small prints and allover designs-. . . for dresses and blouses. Silk Martelasse Another now fabric for spring —In plain white and black. Ideal for spring coats or dresses. Can be used for collar and cuff sets. $O95 f^ YD. All-Silk Plissette —A new fabric resembling the old-fashioned seersucker stripe in the newest shades of apple red, ashes of roses, hyacinth blue, trolly wood green, new gold, white, pink, eggshell, black. $ 1 25 yd. Printed Sand Crepe Printed sand crepes, a rough weave silk in Roman stripes, also allover patterns, Ideal for blouses. All-Silk Taffeta In plaid patterns .. . another now fabric for spring. Bright colorings in reds, blues and gold. Ideal for the new puff sleeve blouses. Rabbit's Hair Fabric "Rabbit's Hair," the new spring fabric, 54 inches wide, all-wool, in the season's newest shades': Hyacinth, champagne, Hollywood green, gold, light gray, Lapis blue. 2 50 yd. 54-Inch Crepe Norma 54-inch Crepe Norma, a new all-wool crepe for dresses and skirts. Colors are maize, light gray, green, black, red, navy and gold. $ 1 25 yi WEILL'S BUSY BASEMENT 54 OFF ON GAS HEATERS Men! Here Are Six Hot Specials Black Jeans Weill's entire stock of higher-priced jeans Included* in this reduced price group. . . . Hurry Wednesday. 50 Sleeveless Sweaters —Brand new all-wool sweaters worth up to J1.95 ouch. 'See this value. Buy at Weill's Wednesday. 1 00 Fancy Sox A large pattern assortment in French lisle and rayon BOX. All sizes. A good buy. 19 Broadcloth Shorts Guaranteed fast color shorts. Carefully tailored and a wide selection of colors. All sizes. 25 Khaki Pants $100 A full-cut carefully tailored pant, reinforced at 1 points of strain. Values to $1.08. 1 Rayon Undershirts A run-resist rayon un- ^i f^ dershirt in all pastel | § \Q, colors. You'll want several when you see their worth. 19 Children's Blanket Robes School Dresses Sizes 2 to 6, 7 to 14 Broken assortments of our regular COc dresses. Guaranteed fast colors. IV •» ^ 33c Entire Stock Hurry! Hurry! Robes worth up to $1.95 each. While they last at— $ 1 Regular $9.85 Five Double Radiant GAS HEATER NOW $7.40 Here's a big heater value. One-pioce cast iron burner. If you'll need a new heater for next year, now is tho tlmo to buy. Regular $6.95 Three Double Radiant HEATER NOW $5.18 BASEMENT WEILL'S A heater for n small room or bathroom reduced to 25 per cent of regular price. At Weill's Wednesday.

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