The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 10, 1933 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, January 10, 1933
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In addition, the band will play a number of the stirring march selections that give bnnd concerts their popular appeal. The concluding selection will bo Sousa's "Stnrs and Stripes Forever," featuring the band's two piccolo players, Warren Froelnnd and Paul Bernard, In the well-known piccolo obligate, and then the brass section, four trmpets and four trombone*, In n final fanfare. Funds derived from the small admission charge will be used to defray expense incurred by the band during their trip to Pasadena on New Years day, according to Mr. Burt. Dinner Planned by Methodist. Church The public Is being bidden to a dinner sponsored by the women of First Methodist Church at the educational unit of the church, corner of Truxtun and G streets, at 6:15 o'clock Wednesday, January 11. Serving will be handled by members of Circle No. 1 of the Ladies' Aid Society, of which Mrs. Georgo Hottle Is president. Mrs. F. L. Hayes, Is president of the General Aid. THINK OF IT! A MOTOR DRIVEN PUMP THAT DRAINS THE TUD This Is Only ONE of Many Features of the WARDWAY DE LUXE $7| 95 . . . You never thought a washer could have such beauty and efficiency. So handsome It's a Joy to own, So saving of time and labor It's a DOUBLE Joy to use. All this Is added to' the other Ward- way features for better washing—swifter, gentler, WHITER! Only Down $6.50 a Month Small Carrying Charpn on Deferred Payments MONTGOMERY WARD ft 00. Mrs. Cecil Jones Will Be Hostess for Sisterhood <§>- DELANO, Jan. 10.—Mrs. Cecil Jones of Bakerafleld will be hostess to members of Chapter DE., P. . E. 0. Sisterhood for '• business Session which will be held on Saturday at her home there. Prior to the business session members will be at Hotel El Tejen In Bakersfleld for luncheon. Mrs. Julia Q. Bibcock, of B°sk. ersfltld, Is scheduled to spesk on "Aliens In Our Midst," and also have charge of the program hour. PUPILS LISltD Announcement was made today of the honor roll of St. Francis Catholic parochial school. Thirty-seven names appear on the honor list de-. spite the Interruptions that Santa Claus and all the holiday good times made In home and school routines, indicating that pupils maintained high Interest in their studies. The honor list Is as follows: Eighth grade—Dorothy O'Brien and Raymond Daly. Seventh grade—Mary Patricia Lucas, Prances' Thaddeus and Patrick Franey, Sixth grade—Josephine Banduccl, Josephine Fanuccht, Helen Kelly, Elizabeth Lucas, Betty Massey, Inez Pasqulni, Robert Howe and Leo Meyer. Fifth Grade—Olivette Gingras, Janet Sims, Isabelle Smith, Eugene Cassady and Francis Franey. Fourth grade—Lily Barsotti, Mary Clark, Kenneth Barullch, John Brlggs, Charles Despenza, Robert Gundry and Robert Kelly. Third grade—Valentlna Bolluomlni and Marlenne Holmes. Second grade—Anna May Downing, Paulino Howe, Julia Smith, Mary Jane Stanberry, Sarah Taylor, Mary Jane Poo Wah, Larry Doylo and Joseph Stack. First grade—Margaret Mary Elder. Kindergarten—Gertrude Moore. "Dunking" Contest Enjoyed at Party SHAFTER, Jan. 10.—Those who attended the Roaring Forty dance, Saturday night, In the Woman's club- houe, pronounced It a success. The refreshment committee consisted of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Strlngham, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McKlnley. Coffee and doughnuts were served. One feature of the evening was ' a "dunking" contest. E. J. Peery was heard to remark that he would rather "dunk" sponge caka than doughnuts, as sponge cake holds more coffee. •» » » RETURN FROM SOUTH McFARLAND, Jan. 10.—Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Reid and thefr daughters, Misses Barbara and Nelodene, returned from Los Angeles Sunday evening after spending the week-end as guests of Mr. Reid's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reid. They were accompanied south* by Mrs. Reid's father, Colonel J. W. Redlngton, who has been a guest at their home for several weeks, and who will remain In the south for a time. IAFT PYRAMID TO INSTALUEADERS Minstrel Show and Dancing Planned Entertainment'to Follow Ceremonies TAF.T, Jan. 10.—Taft Pyramid, No. 12, Aficlent Order of Sctots, will In- Btall officers for the year 1933 Immediately following the business meet- Ing to be held at the Masonic temple on Thursday evening. Following the Installation -when Charles L. Tenn will be seated as toparoh, a minstrel show will be presented by 'the Sotots as entertainment for their-ladles. The other officers to'be Installed are: Howard C. Harper, moblb! Clyde Trammel, amesls; Cliff. Warner, pas- tophorl; Angus Johnston, scribe; and H. O. -Ward, chancellor; Qrover Hlxon, trustee for three-year term; and Bert -Lincoln, retiring toparch, board of control. The minstrel show will begin at 8:30 o'clock. The following Sclots will be seen In the roles of favorite radio entertainers: Burle Jesse, an Andy Brown, Henry Barnes, Brother Crawford; Howard Harper, Klngflsh; Robert Evans, Lightning; John La Brut, Molasses; Al Passehl, Snowball; Doctor Skeene, Amos; Cliff Warner, Midnight; H. O. Ward, Hannibal; Angus Johnston, Interlocutor. The following "blackbirds" will entertain as song birds: Milton Ross, Ross McLeod, Joe Wright, Robert Patterson, Mel Eastwood, Jack Williams, D. B. will be served. Music will be fur- Whlttaker and Walter Smith. Following the minstrel show, dancing wlirbe enjoyed and refreshments will be served. Music will be furnished by the Sclots orchestra. Date of Meeting Changed at Wasco WASCO, Jan. 10.— The meeting date of the Farm Bureau has been changed from Wednesday to Monday, January 16. The meeting time has been definitely set for the third Monday of each month. A board meeting for the early part of this week has been called by the president, Mark Freser. The members of the board are Edwin Booth, Harry Fowler, Kurt Keeker, Lorln Grant, J. L. Fiddler, Charles Bishop, G. L. Klassen and Fred Berkau. Job's Daughters WfflPlan Visit Mrs. Pauline Wright of Taft, deputy guardian, will pay an unofficial visit to Bakersfleld Bethel of Job's Daughters tonight at Its 7:30 o'clock meet- Ing at the Masonic temple. Plans will be made for the visit of Mrs. Thella M. Bachelder of Berkeley, grand guardian, who will make her official visit January 24. Outlining of the next six months' program of work Is scheduled. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL WASCO, Jan. 10.—Willis Klassen, nephew of Mrs. William Klassen, was taken to Kern General Hospital several days ago. Last Saturday he underwent an operation on the lower right side. He is reported to be in a critical condition. Only in WARD'S Foot Health Shoes 1.98 Regular $3.98 Can you find •II theie features for only $ We doubt if you can find a mote perfect, scientifically designed shoe, that will give you such complete foot test as FOOT HEALTHS. The built'in arch; the orthopedic last; the metatanal support, Goodyear welt construction all contribute to their exceptional value. See the smart styles, the fine leathers. And at this price in Each st"f. they're a revelation in value Odd Lots Sizes . From 3 to 9 A to E Not All Sizes ONTGOMERY WARD & COMPANY ARVIN WELFARE UNIT ENJOYS CARDS, DANCE A RVIN, Jan. 10.—The Arvln Welfare League gave a party In the schoolhouse Friday evening. These semi-monthly parties which Include both cards and dancing are proving very popular, both to local and out- of town people. Home-made candy and peanuts were sold during the evening and refreshments were served. ' Music for dancing was furnished by the £rvln orchestra,, which Includes Miss Marie Brand, Harry Cheever, Warren . Ratllff, Don Holler, Robert Bonesteelo, Billy Berryhlll and Fred Hayden. At the card tables were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wldmer, Mrs. Charles Long, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roush, Mrs. Ed Champness, H. Dleson, Doctor and Mrs. Thomas Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Frlck. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Frlck, Mr. and Mrs. Quln Stuart, Mrs. Lola Hall of Keene, Miss Edith Chamblcs, Floyd Peterson, E. L. Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Downs, Mrs. Carrio Downs, Miss Marie Brand, Mr. and Mrs. A. Westerlund, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knoles, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kinslnger, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nance. The Arvln Booster Club held Its regular meeting at ,the Mae-Flo Cafe on Friday. R. L. Thayer, president, presided. Those attending from Bak- ersfleld were L. B. Nourse, secretary of Kern County Chamber of Commerce; S. W. Eberle, operator of the Arvln-Bakersfleld stage. H. E. Woodworth.. Mr. Eberle asked the club to endorse him to the railroad commission for a franchise to extend his lino to Mojave. Mr. Woodworth discussed the value of the stage arid what It means to the community. Mrs. Klmgenberg Will Be Installed Mrs. Edna Kllngonberg will receive the gavel from Mrs. Mae Williams when Valentine lodge No. 78, Degree of Honor, Protective Association, Installs its officers at an 8 o'clock ceremony in Moose hall. Tho rites will be preceded by a 6:30 o'clock potluck dinner In charge of Mrs. Sarah Still, Mrs. Jennie Hicks and Mrs. Seville Baker. ' Mrs. Ella Heath, who will be Installed as secretary, has held this post for 18 consecutive years. Have Dinner Guests at Richmond Home DELANO, Jan. 10.— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. "Richmond entertained at dinner on Sunday at their Main street home, a group of out-of-town relatives and friends. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ingram, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Richmond, and their daughter' Nadlne, all "of Lemoore; Mr. and 1 Mrs. Thomas Bird and their daughter Sally Kay of Clovls; Leo Powell of Riverdale, Floyd Hoisington, Mr. and Mrs. Richmond, their daughter Dorothy Lee and son Donald. •4 . •• GIVES BUFFET DINNER WASCO, Jan. 10.—Miss Helen Hull entertained at a buffet dinner on Friday evening. Her guest* were Mrs. McCloskoy of Durango, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Don McCloskey and Mr. and Mrs. James Dorance of Bakersfleld; Mr. and Mrs. Fre'd Fry, Mr. and Mrs. John Verba, Mr. and Mrs. Helster'of Wasco and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hull. VISIT AT EARLIMART McFARLAND, Jan. 10.—Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Burroughs visited with their friend, Frank Peterson and family, at their home at Earllmart, Sunday. They were accompanied home In the evening by Mr. Peterson's small daughter Marilyn, who will spend some time with them. best Colds .... Best treated without "dosing" VI&Mf STAINIESS now, if you prcft Give Your Child Dancing! New Five-Month Term Begins This Week Call for Prices and Time of Classes Miss Martin's School of the Dance Taylor Building . Phone 987-J Residence Phone 1260-W Special Rates To five more students registering before January 20. Guaranteed PERMANENT WAVE Combination Specials ANY EJA THREE OUC Hair Cut, Finger Wave, , Shampoo, Baby Henna, Eyebrow Arch, Marcel 6 Dry Finger Waves (J»-J or 6 Manicures t.tD-L Free Marcels Daily CHICAGO COLLEGE OF BEAUTY, INC. 1510 Nineteenth Street Phone 887-J Members attending from Arvln wore R. I,, Thayer, H. R. Seat, E. S. Barlow, Ned Barlow, Ray Knowles, Henry Chamblos, Louis Chamblcs, Vernon Brown, Jake Krauter, Floyd Peterson, Lawrence Packard, W. P. Nance. Mrs. T. H. Derby of Bakersfleld called on Arvln friends recently. Mrs. Lola Hall of Keene spent Friday night and Saturday with her Hla- .tor, Mrs. Quln Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart took her to nor home Saturday night. Doctor and Mrs. Beverly Young, of Long; Beach spent Wednesday and Thursday at their ranch. On their return home they drove to Follows to seo Mrs. O. D. Toung, who is 111. Louis Chamblcs has purchased the W. L. Roso trucking business. Friends of Mrs. O. W. Ratllff will be pleased to learn that she Is much Improved from her recent severe attack of Influenza. The fnrm home department will hold an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. Thomas Hill on Thursday, January 12, to make plans for the sewing school to be held at a later date. Miss Charlono Blngor, Mary Martin and Laurlce Summers of Bakersfleld attended the Arvln Welfare party Friday night. Dinner guests of Doctor and Mrs. Thomas Hill on Sunday were Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Caldwoll and daughter, Mary Lou and Mr. and Mrs. Bniley Grisby and daughter, Mary Virginia of Bnkersfleld, also Mr. and Mrs. IS. 8. Barlow. Mr. and Mrs. Grisby are to leave soon for their new home in Phoenix, Ariz. « H AWTHORNE P. T. A. will hold Its annual monthly business meet- Ing Wednesday afternoon in the Hchool auditorium at 2 o'clock, with Mrs. J. R. Robinson, president, in charge. The discussion clnss on "Child Welfare," will take -place following the business meeting, with Mrs. Dana G. nK ns the leader. Her topic will be "Choosing Life's Work." Longfellow P. T. A. will hold its regular meeting Wednesday in the kindergarten room.- A special educational feature will bo a visit to the Peacock perfected milk farm; for every person registering at tho farm, the dairies will pay the P. T. A. 25 cents. Mrs. L. E. FHnn, president, requests everyone to make a special effort to attend. Transportation will bo provided at the school for those without cars. v A short business meeting will be held,after the^trlp, at the school, and refreshments will be served. FAIRFAX, Jan. 10.—A short business meeting of the Fairfax P. T. A. was held Friday afternoon at the schoolhouse. Tho resignation of Mrs. T. W. Hampton as secretary was accepted with regret and Mrs. E. H. Johnston was elected. The membership committee reported that there are now 25 members. The philanthropy committee reported the placing of considerable food and clothing. Some folk dances were presented by pupils of Mrs. Minnie Hacking's room and two girls of Mrs. Hester Wllhite's room gave a tap dance. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. William Rueter and Mrs. O. L. Qerrlsh, assisted by Mrs. C. P. Clark. Franklin P. T. A. will meet on Wednesday ^afternoon In the kindergarten at S o'clock. The topic for the afternoon's discussion will be "Character Education," with Mrs. C. S. Compton, chairman. Compositions by the fifth and sixth grade pupils on the same subject will be read. The musical program will be presented by the third grade. Members will be pleased to know that Mrs. H. B. Davis, Jr.. is again able to resume her office and will preside at Wednesday's meeting. Tea will be served and all parents, whether members or not, are welcome. Roosevelt P. T. A. will discuss Safety at the January meeting Wednesday afternoon at 3:10 o'clock. N. H. Farnham, principal of Standard School, will speak on that subject, according to Mrs. J. N. Cheney, president. Brief safety hints will bs given by Mrs. C. A. Burton, Mrs. M. A. Buckley, Mrs. Chester O'Neill, and Mrs. B. Morrlshv Social science studies will be domonntrated by sixth grade pupils of Miss Myrtle Brown, giving short talks on assigned topics. "Thrift" in its various forms will be considered Wednesday afternoon at the Horace Mann P. T. A. meeting. Members of the association will answer roll {call with a suggestion or quotation concerning "Thrift." Mrs. F. W. Karnpo is thrift chairman of the association. 4 » » INTENTIONS TO WED William F. Nord, 24, and Gertrude E. Welch, 16, Bakersfleld. 'Charles A. Strlcklor, 26, and. Anna H. Light, 28, Bukorsfield. Virgil A. Stotts. 40, McKlttrlck, and Cornelia Lingle, 23, Pigott, Ark. Hotel El Tejon A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO EAT TRY OUR DELICIOUS »t T-BONE STEAK DINNER WJ. BREAKFASTS 2»C to 50C Noon Luncheon . . . 50e Evening Dinner, 5Qc, 75c ALSO A LA CARTE 'Lady Windemcrc's Fan" to De First Offering of Little Theater Unit "Lady Wlndemere's Fan," Oscar Wlldo's delicious comedy of manners, will be read at the first meeting of the new play-reading group of the community theater. Tho session U sot for Wednesday evening-, January 18, at 8 o'clock at the Rest House on I street and Is open to all subscribers to the Community theater. Those organising the new section, members of tho theater board of directors, arc particularly anxious that all ticket-holders realize they aro being bidden to Join the group, that It Is organlzatlon-wldo In Its scope, and not restricted to any one unit within the community theater. Tho play-reading section la 'for tho enjoyment of those Interested In read- Ing plays, and Is entirely separate from tho play-reading committee, appointed to recommend plays for production. Persons Interested In reading parts are Invited to • telephone Qeorgo C. Ingelow, whose number Is 116-J. It will facilitate "casting" for the read- Ing, If members will volunteer for the first reading, Mr. Ingelow said today. 4-H GROUP ENJOYS PAR1YATRIO RIO BRAVO, Jan. 10.—Members of the Rio Bravo 4-H Club enjoyed a party at the Rio Bravo sclioolhouso Saturday evening. Games were played and refreshments were served to Dolols Rowo, Dolsa Snpp, Leatha Conley, Kllen Snow, Houston Sapp, Donald Stiydam, Arnold Rowe, Paul Wilson, Lawrence Heath, Harltn White and Whiting Martin, the local leaders. <$>Girls' Glee Club to Hold "Jinx" Party on Friday "Friday the Thirteenth" will provide the theme for a party to be held by members of the Bakers, field High School girls' glee club Friday evening of this week. Though plans for decorations have not taken definite form as yet, It Is considered probable that they will Include a fair rtpresentatlon of broken mirrors, ladders under which those present may wander at will, and black c»ts to cross every one'* path. Miss Norm* Jean Oraham, president of the club, has named the following committee to arrange for the part: Entertainment, Misses Eltasn Snider, Virginia Stahl and Julia Etoheverry; re. freshments,- Misses Birdie Wlnsr, June Reynolds and Ethtl Qreer. New members of the glee club will serve as a clean-up committee. Miss Ivan Fullerton, glee club director and factulty adviser of the group, Is assisting In arrangements. Members of tho drill .team of Harold Brown Auxiliary, No. 1468, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet Wednesday evening at Mooso hall at 8 o'clock for practice. Tho team Is working to perfect Its drilling before the arrival of tho department president this spring, Ernest Mlnner Is drill captain. Officers will bo elected, a captain, secretary and treasurer to be chosen for a year's tertrt. The next regular auxiliary session will bo held January 18 at Moose hall, followed by a social hour with tho post. 4 « » DINNER AND DANCE MOUNTAIN VIEW, Jan. 10.—A largo crowd attended the potluck dinner held at Mountain View School Friday evening. Following the dinner, dnnclng was pnjoygd. a a D,D o a a'ci u a u a a'OiO u o a,a:n a o ao a p.a'a D u a o a'a aia cva o rj'O ara da SHOES FOR WOMEN yOU NEED NO LONGER BE TOLD THAT YOU HAVE AN EXPENSIVE FOOT AAAAA ^v to SIZES 1 to 12 National Sale— This Week We Are Closing Out Eight Lines at *3 45 Co. Where Most People Trade" PARKELP PARKELP will relieve Rheumatism, Arthritis, Constipation, Goiter, Asthma, Eczema, Low Vitality, Stomach Troubles and all other Deficiency Ailments by removing the cause, MINERAL DEFICIENCY. PARKELP supplies in pure concentrated form the necessary Organic Food Minerals, also Vitamins A, B, D and E. Contains no drugs or chemicals. A three weeks' supply will convince you. We Are Parkelp Distributers for Bakersfleld Come In for Literature and Free Samples Listen to Parkelp Broadcasts KNX, 3:30 to 3:45 p. m. Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday Profit by These Educational Health Lecture* Klmball & Stone The Particular Druggists Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY CC Baltersficld, Calif. SOME HERE High School Speakers Will Tangle in Word Fray Here ort Friday Entering the second round of the annual debate series sponsored by the Southern California Conference, Bale- orsfield and Alhnmbra High School speakers will meet for a platform tatlo here Friday afternoon. The Ornntos Forum, honorary debate society of Bakersfleld High School, Is planning reception for the southern team, the first member of the conference to invade Korn county. Jim Logan, president of the forum, will preside at a luncheon In honor of the visitors Friday noon and will also act as chairman of the meeting when the debate teams clash In tha auditorium later In the day. Alhambra will be represented by Robert Webster and Dan Wllklns, who will b« accompanied by their coach, E. E. Shlpnmn. W. K. Peterson, director of public speaking at Bakersfleld High, will select his team from a squad Including Misses Helen Curran, Gertrude Wachob, Julia Stankcy, and Bob Moon, Honald Moren, and Bill Baldwin. Miss Esther Davidson, of Taft, la to bo invited to servo aa expert judge on the request of Alhambra High School offlcUls. The topic of the debate is, "Resolved, That 60 per cent of state and local taxes should b« collected from intangible property." Watch for Weill's 4-Page Circular at Your Door Today and Tomorrow Sale Starts Thursday Weill's OR. VAN METER CAREFUL DENTIST Ni* low trim u |UU» Md brld|i»trk Midi In Mir own laboratory 1421 Nineteenth Street AWOM Fro* W.lll'l Photit 179

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