The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 5, 1933 · Page 12
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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, January 5, 1933
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I L '- THE UCH H Encampments to >.' • i '*.••••*'; v <„ • W. ' -. f ' • .' I * ,! SUPERSTITIOUS? HEY Install Taft WOMEN Later in Month I . • - ;i FRATERNITY MEN TO GIVE FORMAL Delta Sigma Will at Annual Event on April 15 Host toward one of the most gaily executed formal dances which the chapter hns over sponsored, the 'Delta Sigma fraternity today an- ..nounced Its fifteenth annual spring , formal for April 15 at the Woman'a Club hall. Herman "Ware, chairman, IH being assisted on arrangements by Wallace .Beardsley, Fred Carlisle, Ornn Sholar and Ix>ren Frecar. The young mon have already ordered handsomo favors nnd programs and are planning for a 10-plece orchestra, and unusual decor- •atlons. The hosts usually issue a number of chapter bldfi to junior organizations, and n limited number of announcements to special guests, but do not make the affair a strictly invitational function. v The major portion of last night's ireetlng was given over to plans for the • ball, with Wallace Beiirdsloy, president, calling for reports from tho committee members. Other events dlscusped briefly wero an informal dance January 14, at Stockdale, with Jack Unger as chalr- an affair that will be open to -all friends of the fraternity; the lunth annual Bowery dnnce February 18, Vith Dr. Willard Kumprath us chnlr- "tnan, and the place to be named later; and a banquet before the next meeting-, January 1J, at the "Pink Elephant Cftfe," with Joo Goodwin In charge of ar-ungements. \ t> CLUB MEETS ON FRIDAY EVENING * Amel E. Stegemttn. president of the tBakcrsfieW Chess Club Is leading In "the tournament being , played off at weekly Intervals, bavins lost no game Sn a series of seven plays. : There will be a meeting Friday; night at 8 o'clock, at St. Francis Cafe,'at which hln'op- pohent will bo given a "chance to break this record. ; Members were pueatfi of Fred*!/. tSribble, 1202 Seventeenth street,'for their last evening's meeting, and were served refreshments after a few hours of the chosen game. ! Tho club is now composed of 14 men. Taft and Baksrafleld Encamp* menU, I. O. O. F. will Initall .officers In Taft this month on a d*tt to be set Monday evening at a meeting In the Odd Fellows hall. W. S. Qormly, district deputy grand patriarch, from Bakerafietd, will be the Inatalllng officer. L. A. Canaday will lueoead George Williams as chief patriarch of the focal encampment. STUDENTS ER AT MEET i i 44 J * ) Program tb Be Enjoyed by Junior College Group January 18 -• Glenn Bultman, president of the Associated Students of Bakersfield Junior'College, today announced plans for a student body meeting to' bo held Wednesday morning, January 18, in. tho high school auditorium. . Despite the fact that tho meeting, coming an the last of tho fall and winter semester, will usher In tho period of final examinations, the program will be light tn mood. A vaudeville program featuring junior college student performers is being arranged under the direction of Dick Lowe. Mr. Bultman will preside nt a brief business session, during -\vhlch -will be presented an outline of student body activities for the spring semester. S. S. Workers Are Busyat Sewing Sewing for the needy In the community busied members of tho Truth- Seekers' class of Trinity Methodist Mission Sunday school of tho Horace Mann district yesterday. Tho meeting .was held at tho homo of Mrs. Prod Kurth, 2719 Lake street, in connection with -a short program. Tho next, session la set for February 1, at tho homo of Mrs. H. J, Kronlnger. Nino members attended Wednesday. j + ^^ ^_ CLUB TO MEET ' La ERlrolla Sowing Club of Caledonia Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will conduct a regular business meeting Friday afternoon at the home of .Mrs. Clara Stewert, 231 Flower street. aide. Oildale Congregationalists to Elect Officers; Other Meetings Scheduled *^ . •XKl i \-J-.-r 1 uxiliary at Fellows Has Meeting; Report Made ^Holiday Activities *••-•'' ' e»_ L " The annual Jan* C. mooting of the OlUlnl* Church wltt be held Monday evening, in the community hull, It was ' announced today by the Rev. S. C, Careon, pastor. The election of officers, rpportfl, and other business will be conducted At the n«Nsl6n which will tnke the form of a 6:30 o'clock potluok dinner. A short program of musical numbef-B will also be enjoyed. Tho Rev. Mr, Carsoh reported today that the first section of the Toltec School building had been moved to the location of the church on the corner of '-_- Vy- '" $&} ,>-•£-> > •<*•&& ?->*.^V.J :--•/. <xy> Itfornta and Lincoln streets. Th* other two eecttona will be moved Immediately and the new church will face California street. Tho Ladles' Aid Society will hold it* annual business meettng-and election of officers on Wednesday, January ll f at 2 o'clock In the community hall. The Loyal Woman's class 'will hold its regular monthly dinner and business meeting at the home of Mrs. S* Dnvld on McCord avenue, on Friday. January 6. Mrs. A. Borat will be In charge. Misses Una Walters, Violet Ellis, Helen nnd Alice Cyder, Charlie McCoy and Vance Carson will leave on Friday for Loa Angeles to attend the young people's conference to be held in the First Congregational Church over the week-end. The regular church services will continue In the Standard School with Sunday school at 0:80 o'clock, and church service at 11, according to the pastor. The senior Christian Endeavor Society will present a play early In February. BASKETBALL TEAM ... .., ,.,... .' Jan.' 5;—Memorial serv- icor woreVheld -for; Mr». Clara B. J6Aesv,??;v*ho;dted in Ontario, Calif., a few ! dAys after Christmas, at the last •' nie'etittr of Cecil Thompson Unit, No. 63;fAtnerican Legion Auxiliary. Mnj^Vivlan Utzerath, Pat Swlnney and Mrs. W, E. tteasley 4 attended the funeral serylces in Ontario, it-was reported. A^B. Edith' Baldtis acted as chatrmati,of tho services. r _ A r%pbrt Was made.of ChrlBtmai'ac* ttvittca. ; Instead of giving the usual toys, with a party for 'the children of members, Vthe post and unit supplied sweaters and woolen stockings to H needy\fam,lly, and invited the underprivileged children of the community to a party attended by Santa Glaus. Bach was provided with a stocking filled with goodies, nnd Mill enjoyed a decorated Christmas tree. Roports Made Clarence Hnmblet bf Taft, dressed In the familiar costume of the Jovial gentleman 'of Christmas, distributed the stockings., following an impromptu OffIcera of Tolchet Trlbo No, 164, Improvod Ordoi- of Rtd Mon, will be Installed ort January 12, It wo* announced today by. /QoorflO J. Buehell, chief of tho recofde,- Charlea Johneon was elobted aaehom at tho laot mooting* and Robert Sanderaon retired to the post of prophet. Other offIcoro cheeen werot W. F. Mutt, oonlor siflomore; C. M. Ebbs, Junior oa^i •more; E. M. Qlll, manager; J.T. Shields, keepoF of wampum, and George J. ; «Juehell, chief of : the records, v ' *',' 1 ".?!*!, ,. Sigma Phi Gamma to fentertaih it F^te j ne * I •• HELD BY NU interest, •• hot only Bponsora, but In clrciec of the event -has spread. 4«i.;centering In plans of Ulpha Pal ^ChMtfcr -Ib.f the Sigma Phi Gamma Bortrlty, for Informal! dancer Saturday rilghtr mary 11, at St66kdale^q<ittintry Definite pUna for the affair were made at -hut .;iilftttt'0 bualn*f)s\ B e8slan In the ; chapter rooms ,in the Woman's Club building, with tht^a^ihtment of Miss Lucille CurndWi -Miss Vlr* ginla Voorhler and. >Mfiiii Long as a committee ori arrangv I ' ' * . Miss 'Marguerite Gastro Is Rc-EIected Leader; Other Officers Namfed Miss. Marguerite Castro was re- .The young women aiscusaoa a province meeting tn Hollywood, February 25 and 26, annually a brilliant gath-' erlng marked by a formal dinner dance, breakfast 'and other lavish functions in addition to business meetings. ••. '*, Those who will be hostesses nt the February dance include Mesdames Freeman Chambless, Eric Johnson, Howard Teel and several of i Nurses* Association' at a meeting; held Games were played | last' night -at tho San Joaqutn Hospital. ..-.,Other officers chosen were: Miss Dixie Williams, : first.:vice-president; Mrs. Mary Freear, second vlce-preal- the little -guests. and prlaes . awarded. Refreshments, donated by members, were served. Mra. Pat Swlnney, chairman of child welfare, gave a report on a visit made to Kern General Hospital, Mont; Miss Mildred Foster, secretary; just before Christmas, at which time Miss Mathilda. Sweltier, treasurer; some potted plants and gifts for small and Mrs. Pearl Jones McRae and Miss yor SmeUer, Howard faster, Robert Stockton, 'Misses . Marthrt Graham, Virginia McLean, Virginia- -Voorhles, Edna Baum, Eleanor Johnson, Luclle Pesante, Mildred Foley,'Mary McKee, Kathoryn Sprague, LaVaun Long nnd Lucille patients were distributed. Mrs. Swlnney reported donations Ida King, directors. " Reports were presented by Miss Cas- '•X- from J. N. Williams and H. K. Wag- tro, Mrs. D. W..Beers, retiring secre- goner. tary; Miss Sweitzer, 'treasurer; and Mrs. Mabel Gublenmn, chairman of I Miss Marie Lit tig, representing the rehabilitation, reported that she had bureau of nursing service. It was sent a large box of jellies and jams to voted at the meeting to discontinue EVENT Thirteen 'Chlcaooani for 13 days will defy all the superstitions they esn think of as s rltusl of the Antl-Sustrgtltlon Society. Here they sre, practicing. Annsmse Downey supplies three on s match, Nathsntel L evermore smsshes mirrors while he stands under a ladder, While Herman Pbwsrs holds a black est he lets cross his path. And the cst has ssven claws on each paw. Llvermore Hospital, and a box to the unit's adopted veteran at Sawtelle. the bureau of nursing service Indefinitely. The nurses presented a vote Mrs. Vivian Utzerath reported that of thanks to Mrs. P. J. O'Meara wKo she had been accompanied by Mrs. Swlnney and Mrs. Heasley, on a visit guests shared n miscellaneous has been at call 24 hours a day In I shower given by Tejon Qbjbrt No./4V, connection with business of the bu- Order of tfte Amaranthif surprising to ward 9, the sunroom of the Kern reau, being of service not only to the Mrs. Ella Mae Means, royal matron, nurses, but to the community, hos-land James Cheney, royatj>atron, last _ „ .. . i , - ^. , ., To finance activities of a Christian Endeavor basketball team, of Rio QQEIY presented Saturday, January 21, at 7:80 o'clock, at the Rio Bravo School. O. B. Grant of McFarland, and his "Texanu," entertainers over station *• r.i wonderful valu ual fered this semi-ann make clearance savng footwear an easy and pleasant task. You will like the smart styles a wide selection be* offered ing available in almost every of shoe for both men type and women. Every pair carefully and correctly fitted HOSIERY Mr* Charles Martin will pre- | Jf TW ° f ' 3ttn JoBe ' wl » 5*"! !B *f. a £?. r - tion of the program, and Harlln Wilson and Woodrow Graves will present a one-act comedy "Moonshine. 1 * There will be solos and readings. Free refreshments will be served. A special Invitation la being Isaued r Albright-Lemmenea* Nuptials A prettily appointed wedding was Luncheon Club Meets Mrs. Earl Shaw, Sr., entertained her solemnized reountly at the home of | bridge club at luncheon yesterday at Mr. and sMrs. C. E. Albright on Jef- her home, 2300 Niles street. The club fcrson street, when their daughter, meets at fortnightly intervals at the Miss Lena Albright, was • united to homes of members. Marvin Lemmeness, The Rev. Edgar Special guests yesterday were Mrs. Thorn officiated. Mrs. Bob Daniels J. o, Pathe, Mrs. S. L. Albaugh and attended the bride as matron-of- |Mrs. Henry Schneider, of Los Angeles; to Christian Endeavorera throughout honor, and- Mr. Daniels acted as best Mrs. Schneider Is a house guest of •L • E*' WORTHWHILE REDUCTIONS MEDIUM WEIGHT SERVICE FuU-Fashioned, Reinforced Heel *nd Toe — Lisle farter top. 79c pair, 3 far $2.30 CHIFFON PI COT TOP i Full-Fashioned — Newest Col or 9. 79c pair DELUXE SHEER CHIFFON P i cot Top — 45-gtuge Colors. tf . $1,39 pair the county. In charge of ments are yercU Wilson, chairman; Woodrow Graves and Cecil White. Leslie Heath is president of the ball club. To Teach Principles of Public Speaking Specialized forma of public speaking; will be taken up by W. K. Peterson, Instructor In speech at the Bakersfield Evening High School during the semester Just begun, It was announced today. During the fall semester Mr. Peterson presented the basic principles of public speaking and now will direct tho attention of hla students to voice improvement, vocabulary building. platform manners, and special types of speeches such as speeches of Introduction, of welcome, and suitable responses for nil occasions. Further information concerning this night school course and others offered by tho Bakersfield Evening High School may be obtained by telephoning between 7 and 9 o'clock In the evening or by visiting the night school offices in the administration building. Spanish Classes to Be Resumed Tonight Spanish classes will he resumed by Mrs. George W. Gurr at the evening high school tonight The instructor said today that an effort will be made to give individual instruction rather than class Instruction to enable those students who dropped out to resume their study. A beginning class and also an Intermediate class are organized at the school. RETURN FROM HOLIDAY TRIP Mrn, George G urr and her baby daughter Oenevleve have returned trom TCI Paso, Texan, whore they spent tho holidays with Mrs. Clurr's parent H. Mr. and Mrs. TOdwln Burt. Roth Mr. Hurt and hla son Eric, who formerly resided In Bnkerafteld, were ill and Mrs. Gurr mnde the trip particularly for that reason. She left both her father and brother improved in health. Mr. Gurr and son Billy spent tho holiday H with Mr. Gurr'fl relatives at Han Bernardino. WAKE IIP YOUR man. The ceremony was performed under a bower of orcenery In' tho living room, which -was further decked with foliage and'sweet peas t _ *. Mrs. Albright served a buffet supper during the Informal reception which followed. her sister, Mrs. J. W. S. Painter. Members are: Mesdames— J. W. Culllton J. W. S. Painter T. J. Metcalf R. E. Galloway W. H. Rlley Charles Freear Karl Shaw, Sr. The young people will make their |"Juet Another" Bridge Club home tn Plsm'o where Mr. Lemmeness Is In business. Members of "Just Another" bridge club will be guests of Mrs. Arvad Mrs. t»emmeness wore a gown of Thomas, 024 C Mjtreet at this week's liberty blue crepe.and velvet, with a meeting at her home. Members meet corsage of golden'Ophelia buds. Her | semi-monthly; three prizes are In matron-of-honor was attired In a I awarded after navy blue gown worn with corsage of [auction bridge, sweet peas. Friends and relatives attending the wedding were Mrs. Alice Howard and her daughter, Miss Blanche; Mr. and Mrs. John Sen-a no, Mr. and Mrs. George Crenshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Cammeron, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thorn, - Mrs. Anna Perrler, Andrew View, Jack Cambell, O. A. Brockny, W. McConnell and Mr. Grlf- several rounds ^r ^V ~ m Those comprising -the roster Include: Mesdames— Dallas Hayes Paul Davlnl Arvad Thomas Jack Nelson A. Roberts C. R. Dougherty Ed Walker Frank Williams * At the Galloway* Recent dinner parties included an fith of Delano; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil I enjoyable affair sponsored by Mr, and Janes and Mr. and'Mrs. Tulare. Club Enjoys Luncheon County Council of the American Legion Auxiliary at Sawtelle. She placed three Wool-filled bedpads, two bed jackets and 12 dresser .scarves with locker scarves' to match, on the shelves In the supply room* She reported that "the studio couch, recently placed by the council In the sunroom, Is much appreciated. She was Informed that this sunroom Is the best supplied, and cared for of all, In the great hospital. For Children Members will give short reports on legislation affecting the organization at the initiation meeting-January 17. Pat' Swlnney reported that the dolls donated by Goldle Amburn and Blanche Morgan had been sent to District chairmen for children of veterans In hospitals. Harriet Slater was instructed to make arrangements for a first aid class, under the supervision of the Red, Cross. Edith Baldes reported that 25 hours had been donated by members for community service. These members assisted families that were 111. Elaine Baron reported that the next meeting of the county council will be held in Bakersfield on January 15 and that It will Also be a meeting of the Fifteenth district. Mabel Gubleman was tho* winner of a flower fund prize. Elaine Baron and Charlotte Wilson, as hostesses, served refreshments, after the meeting. Ethel Lewis and Harriet E. Slater were appointed as a committee for the next meeting. There will be a potluck luncheon of the sewing club, meeting at 10 a. m. In the Legion hall, January 12. pltals, and 'doctors as well. evening,at the Ten applications for membership Games were fcSrizes In the were received and Miss Smith Mary I card rooms, .and suppeirVwas served in Axeveda was voted In as a member, jthe banquet. roomVi ^'ofo the honor guests received<their gifts. SURPRISE MEETING The motive for a meeting Friday of all members of Naomi CtrcUi of First Christian church, Is being- wltheld as a secret. Tho .session set for 2:30 o'clock at the church. In charge of arrangements were Mrs. Sylvia Reagan and'Mrsljt^rrle Miller. Announcement was made cjf n bridgd and five hundred party Tuesday nlgfct at Hotel Bakersfleld, op8h to the public. V M y SISTER MAR are the preserves and* sweets I-minutes longer. Pour Into jelly glasses that can be made from September's luscious fruit, the grape. Jelly, conserve, catsup and juice can be & * i made at home and are convenient to L have on hand for winter use, v . A A . , « *. j - j^i« -V.-..U u« two teaspoons cinnamon 1 . Grapes wanted for jelly should be Wtt jh 'and pulprrapesVvJiub pulji " 1 ' and cover with paraffine. ' • , • • _ • * Grape RelUh f Four pounds grapes, 4 .pounds brown sugar, three . cups vlneflkr t two te:i- allspice, one tea4?ocin cloves, just beginning to "turn,." or ripen. Ripe grapes will not mako firm jelly. hrb ugh, ander pulp and a seed** add re Since both grape jelly and grape Juice have a tendency to crystallzo, it's a good plan to let the Juice stand over night after U has been extracted. Then Cover This reliih Is delicious mea.\ ^m-^f^^m ^^v •—^p ^^^f ^ » ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^v • ^^ ^^ -r ^— -^ — • ^^^ I — — ^ ^— - — ^— torn, and make Into jelly or bottle for juice. Loor of I Mrs. R. E. Galloway at their home, 1710 Second street, followed by bridge and , dancing. "White elephant" Mrs. Charles Shultz proved a gra- I Prizes awarded In a novel manner, re- clous hostess yesterday when she en- warded each guest. Original favor dolls, In holiday FRATERNAL tertatned members of the Sunset Embroidery Club at 'a luncheon at -the home of the president, Mrs. Dallas Hayes, 3630 Parkway, at the first meeting of the new year. The guests assembled at 1 o'clock; tho after- luncheon hours were spent at" planning future activities. The members devote their meetings to cards, needlework or games, depending upon tho inclination of the hostess. Women of Moose of each guest, besides the host and hostess were: , Messrs, and Mesdames— Harry Chappelle Charles Preear Charles Smetzer J. O. Pathe B. B. Mahan W. G. Sapp Earl Shaw, Sr. • • * Home From New York, Canada After a visit In New York and , Monday's M Breakfast—Cantaloupdfctereal cook erf pour It off carefully, discarding the) with figs, coddled, eggsi&oast, dregs which have settled in the bot- coffee. _ Luncheon—Cheese souffle, creamed celery, blueberry puffins, milk, tea. Dinner —Jellied; tomato bouillon, A.... I.*** .toasted crackers,^broiled veal kidneys Qrape,Juice on toast, broccoli .with Hollandalso Wash grapes and pick from stems, sauce, corn on tho cob, chilled cream Put Into preserving kettle, adding just| on rice pudding, milk, coffee, enough writer to prevent sticking* before the juice begins to How. Cover i poR THAT<EMPTY NICHE x and place over a low fire. Brine; slowly if a niche In sYlwall calls for an or- to the bollln* point and cook unW the nament, or bookshelves would be more skins leave the pulp. Pour Into Jelly attractive with some amusing object bag and let drip until pulp is dry, on them, colored bowls are attractive, about 12 hours. .Scald and lot stand [They give a warmth that Is lacking Potted plants are de- A general business meeting of the I over nipht. In the morning, pour off|i n figurines. Women of the Moose Is set for FVIday top and, measure, .Use one cup of | cldedly effective, too. evening at sVclock at the Moose hall. 1 sugar to four cups of Juice. Put Julco Into preserving kettle and bring to the Slowly add* sugar and The next session will bo with Mrs.. M ..*u- * « ^ -nr T Elbert Tolle In two weeks. Thosel pomts In southeastern Canada, W. J. attending were: Mesdames— Henry Blister R. M. McLeod Dallas Hayes Marvin Davis C. L. Taylor J. Edith Tolle Roy It. Heber Prank Williams Charles Shultz Alex Simpson Hlxon , Miss Mary Ross • * • Sunohln* Soclel Club Sunshine Social Club members were guests for their bi-weekly afternoon of sewing, at the homo of Mrs. Aubrey returned home Tuesday night. Accompanying Ned Chllton, who returned by motor with his family who had been .visiting In the east, several months ago, Mr. Aubrey left Bakersfield six months ngo. His main stops were In Lisbon, Ogdensburg and Canton, wnere he visited relatives and w<ire Oil Center Lodge Oil Center Lodge, No. 308, Ladles' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Eagles hall. All members are being asked to attend. 1 & RETURN FROM SOUTH A 1 group of local residents were recent visitors in the south. The members of the party attended the tournament of roses nt Pasadena, and tho boiling* point, let boll one minute after all the sugar la in. Pour into hot sterilized bottles or cans, filling containers perfectly full. Seal. Dilute juice with water when used. , \' Grape Conserve Canned pineapple can be added to the following rule for conserve. It Increases the volume and produces an unusual and delicious flavor. Use the ,^ 1J4 „ „ ,. . __________ ........ . PIttsburg-U. S. Q. football game. They broken "Hoes and cut them in small < ; i^* ' • "* [ • ' Aj exion Curse .„ ., . . , n)8 ° were fln *ertalned by friends at pieces. Add 16 minutes before remov- She tbouihtihewmiiiMtunluckv when "-"w *««w» umu«.wncn Beach. Those making the trip Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parent!, friends. • • t. With Mrs. Gllloiplo Mrs. R. M. Glllesple has been enter* talnlng Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Baker of Baldwin Park and Mrs. Anna Converse of Huntlngton Park. Mrs. Baker Misses Loretta Bertrand and Evelyn Franklin of Glendale, John Pa- i oranges rentl, A. J. Parentl, Carl Sequlst and meats. Ing from fire. Use 6 pounds grapes, 2 sugar, 1 pound seeded raisins, one cup English ^ ' ^^r ^ ^ ^r ^ — ••• f — ' " •» ^"» ^f ^St ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ **r *^ ^—* , on her once—tvolded.her thereafter. But no o*« pounds admires pimply, blemished itdn. More and more two women are realizing that plroplet and blotches are often 4*nger signals oi clowd bowete— poisonous watteo ravaging the •yslern. Let Julius Parentl, ,. .,.,1— EVENING BAGS If you have some goods loft from __ ^ f »- «H< jfc --B*M «iAvAa4- **AO I —-—•»«». B »*» 4 HI* »• +**» vi *~»t*«*v* i ** ^ w v* «t*+ • 14 tivittv |tvw*«** *W* v *»w»4* est Brown, 1501 Flower street, yes- , a a alster of Mra Qlllesple, and Mrs. your evening dress or wrap you can terday. LIVER WITHOUT CALOMEL The club women include: Meadam OS- George PeU Charles Young Joe Ramey George Hudson Charles Broome J. A. Bent * Harmony Bridge Club Mrs. K. H. Hendrlckson will enter- Harriet Qilroy J. J. MoClean Forest Brown Bert Denham John Altstaetter Ray Walters Converse Is Mrs. Glllesple's daughter. De Molay Men Will Meet This Evening make a cuto bag by getting a short length zipper closing for the top and fashion the bag ItBpU square or oblong, lined with contrasting or match- Ing satin or silk. Wash grapes and remove from elimination an4 promptly eaeo"away beauty- items. Weigh. Pulp and cook pulp ruining, poiionoua matter. Fine for tick bead- and skins separately, adding enough jche, billou*condittone, dli»to«fc^y thia oo|e, water to the skins, to prevent burning, jependable.wl- ^^•^•^^^^^ Rub pulp through a fine colander to J^f . '_ _^^_» >»• __._•_•___ t A »_ _^^» .Jt U™«*0 remove seeds. Combine with cooked »i B t» skins. Add raisins, juice and finely M shredded rind of oranges and bring to tt the boiling point. Add sugar and cook | 20 minutes. Add nutH and cook 10 nly26c* Tl I1AC" Quick relict for w TUIVIS tton. hcartburo. Oniy Y..H At tonight's meeting of Bakersfleld Chapter of Do Molay, at B o'clock at the Masonic temple, the actlvltloH committee, headed by Lawrence Bl_. . . wood, will make a report. The commit* tain members of the Harmony Bridge tee met last evening also, at the tenji Club Friday evening at her homo, 27811 p i fl( members attending including tho chairman and Charles Shaw, Jack Gilbert, Reginald Lenhart and Phil White. Plans were started for a Bailey Association dnnc<t In late January. \ f Eastern's January San Emldto street. the Moraiog Rtria* to Go of B«d »|I "Ego of Child" ©TH 1905 Chester Avenue L f If you feel tour m*4 oaok looki puak, don't vwaUcw o |«t of mite. iter, oil. Uxetlf* eftedr <* and expect UMM to «O!M you an4 buoyant »»4 Ml ot For they caa't 4« It. TWr ealy awo bowcb and a mere uunwMt AOMM'I ftt at thit cm we. The rwevm for four 4ow»**4-«at fonlini la your Uw. It altonUl poor out pounds of llqukl bfie into your It tola bU* U not flovUf fraely. y««r food dowo't dlfett. It juat dtcaya hi taw GM bloaU up your aioawh. T«n Ihlclc, ba4 taaU and your braato) akin olUu braalu out In b|M»ia1iai._T ad you foil dow» aa41 U poUontd. It takea tha4 fooC fU CARTER'S LITTLE LTVER FU43, to pounds of bile flowtaf fmijr fovl "up and up." TKay oaMtoim karmlMB. featU tllggUpje^oatgaoi Bot don't aak forl*Tor vOte. Aak far CoHor** Little UT«T Pill*. Lo«k for tba »•»• Cortor*o Little Uver Ffll* oa the rW tahat. lUaaat a ,2kataUotom. to Be Subject for'Men's Meet "The Ego of the Child" will be the eubjeot of Principal H. A. Splndt of tho high echool, »peak«r tonight at a dinner mooting of tho •rothorhood of Plrat MethodUt churoh. Potluck dinners aro hold at eeml-monthly Interval*. To- nlght'o affair wilt bo tot for 6s16 o'clock and will bo featured aUo by muolo by tho Proobytorlan Chrletlan Indoavor quartet, and Elwyn Coato, vlolinlet. Momboro of tho quartot aro Mloi Mary Chaplin* eopranoi Mlee MM-' drod Zollore, contralto: Wtltlam Hobb, tenor) and nutiell Coldwell, DO 00. All Intoroetod men of, tho otty aro Invited by thoio In charge, It U announced, HOTEL WASHINGTON CLEARANCE SALE * Starts now, bringing you extraordinary bargains in apparel for men and women. CLEANING OUT ALL FALL AND WINTER ATTIRE FOR MEN Down Town, Grant Ave. at Bush SAN FRANCISCO ROOM AND A BATH Mra. IxmUe JTlannery, Manager T • ^^ • " «• 11.50 FIREPROOT MODERN CU«W»tAII SAN FRANCISCO QJta HOOPUt This is not an ordinary sale where job lots and substandard merchandise is offered. This is a sale-of regular Eastern's high quality, inspected, perfect and up-to- date apparel at sales prices. PAY IN SIX MONTHS 24 Weekly—12 Stml-MontMy or Six Monthly PaymtnU BRADBURY SUITS BRADBURY OVERCOATS LEATHER GARMENTS SWEATERS SHIRTS SHOES NECKWEAR ROBES FOR WOMEN DRESSES COATS FURS ' LINGERIE MILLINERY SKIRTS BLOUSES PURSES One-Quarter, One-Third and One-Half Off 1529 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfleld

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