The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 11, 1933 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, January 11, 1933
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;fll'*^ ' .,*'"«' ..'>''{• • — , •' ',' • r > ^ '\ Y* ''',''' v*''* i[' * '''''* v ,*>' H *•• *' "j \ '" ' '> "''" ' i * " ' > • ' ' - ' '". '\ ',' ; - , ' ' ». .<'*.,' ' * . : ' ' • ' • . , ' .• • '. . ' ' ' ,'• , • . THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, WEDNESDAY, ^JANUARY 11,1933 ! ^-i-f t LTD SEAT OFFICE! FRIDAY Mrs. Shaw to Be Installed as Pocahontas; Mrs. Willow in Charge V Mrl. Frances A. Willow, district deputy grand Pocahontas will be the Installing: officer when El Tejon Council, No. 216, Degree of Pocahontas Installs Its officers for the first half of 1088 tfrldny night at Eagles hall. The session' will be held at 8 o'clock, with only members of El Tejon and Lncka- wanna councils present. ' The rites will be performed for Mrs. liena Pearl Shaw, Pocahontas; Mrs. Mary B. HampeoM, Wlnona; Mrs. Marie Tess, Powatan; Mrs. Jessie Potter, prophetess; Mrs. Margaret Claflln and MlsS''Mary Kuhs, scouts; Miss Ilene Burger, guard of the forest; Mrs. EtheJ- Willis, guard of the tepee; Mrs. Edna Edwards, Mrs. Palma Black, Mrs. Myrtlo Mcechnm and Mrs. Blanche Slsson, warriors; Mrs. Mary Marsten and Mrs. Tlllie Hense, councilors, and Mrs. Clara Ingraham and Mrs.'Marie Burger, runners. At the close of the meeting refreshments will ,be served In tho banquet room. A short business meeting will precede the 8 o'clock ceremonies. Presbyterian Aid •»• Society Will Meet ..Members of the General Aid Society of First Presbyterian Church will hold their regular monthly meeting Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the 1 church auditorium. Several Items of Importance, Including the choice of »a nominating committee, are planned. Coffee and cake will be served, the arrangements committee announced. Three 1.0.0. F. Units Install Friday, January 13 K EUN Lodge, No. 202, Bakersfleld Lodge No, 440, and Bakersfleld Rebekah Lodge, No. 47, three local-**.O. O. F. organizations, will* Install officers jointly on Friday evening, January 13, at the Odd Fellows hall. Installing officers for the Rebekahs arc Mrs. Josephine Bangsberg, district deputy president; Mrs. Millie Trumbull, marshal; Mrs. Bertha Ke- wln, -warden; Mrs. Ella James, secretary; Mrs, Pearl Bechtel, treasurer; Mrs, Clara Tlmmons, inside guardian; Mrs. Alice Chaves, chaplain, and Mrs. Alice Nlcoll, musician. , Installing officers for the I. O. O. F. are O. C. Bangsburg, district deputy grand master; Ed Kewln, marshal; Ross Trumbull, warden; John Potter, secretary; Jack Chrlstensen, treasurer; O. B, Daly, Inside guardian, and Qabe Chavos, chaplain. Kern Lodge No. 202 Elective officers of Kern Lodge' No. 202 are E. P. Munsey,. no'blo grand; C. P. Hopson, vice-grand; T. J. Carter, secretary; J. W Crosland, treasurer; Jj. C. Blnton, warden; O. J. Pln- noll, conductor; L. B. Fllnn, chaplain; L, A. Canaday, right supporter to the noble grand; L. C. Dunn, left supporter to the noble grand; E. Stoddart, Inside guardian; W. H.Fontaine, outside guardian; James Dupes, right supporter to the vice-grand; "W. E. Plnnell, left supporter to the vice- grand; Leo Rapp, right scene supporter; and Joe Dupes, left scene supporter. Officers elect of T3akersfleld Lodge No. 440 are: Walter Adklns, noble grand; Sam Habaker, vice grand; Herbert Large, secretary; W. L. Krecklow, treasurer; John McClure, warden; Prank Klnyon, conductor; Cecil Hauger, chaplain; S. T. Francisco, right supporter .to the noble grand; Josh Clark, left supporter to the noble grand; J. S. Lamb, Inside guardian: George Williams, outside guardian; Sam Chorn-, right supporter to the vice grand! Walter Stock, left supporter to the "vice grand; Fred Holms, right scene supporter; £1. Smith, left scene supporter. . . Rebekah Leaders Those to be seated In tho Rebekah order nre Mrs. Florence Vlou, noble grand; Mrs. Corla Harms, vice-grand; Mrs. Essie Mur/ay, recording secretary (thirteenth termK Mrs. Carrie Stock, financial secretary; Mrs. Ada Stewart, treasurer; Mrs. Enid Krecklow, warden; Mln's Edna Summers, conductor; Mlns Gertrude Williams, chaplain; Mrs. Sadie iWlllloms, right supporter to noble grand; Miss Shirley Swlnlc, left, .supporter to noble grand; Mrs. Edith Anderson, inside guardian; Mrs. Sylvia Ramsey, outside guardian; Mrs. Glbdys Owens, right supporter to the vice-grand; Miss Edna Barker, left supporter to the vice-grand and Mrs, Ada Croslnnd, musician. Grand officers will be honored by Canton escort. At the end of the ceremonies, refreshments will he served. In charge of arrangements are Sam Chorn, Cecil Hauger,' Fred Holms, T. J. Carter, Leslie Canaday, O. B. Denny r and Mesdames Essie Murray, Rein Wells, Bertha Elliott and Sylvia Ramsey. Grand officers expected are Mrs. Clara Gilmore, president of tho Rebekah Assembly, from Stockton, and Fred Urlcli, grand patriarch of the grand encampment, from Modesto. Past Noble Grands will hold their semi-monthly meeting at I. O. O. F. holt Thursday In connection with a potluck luncheon at 12 o'clock. The Installing officers are from Kcrnvllle. STILL WILD HORSES Wild horses are still ,to be found In parts of the. United States. Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Idaho, New Mexico and Arizona are states in which they can be found. I'm glad we Looked at All Three!" A CIRTIMID INTERVIIW WITH EDWARD TRUMBULL (ARTIST). 166 IAST 3ith STRUT, NIW YORK CITY '"Look at All Three' was a sporting proposition. So we looked at .the other two low-priced cars." "My wife just couldn't stay out of the car. We both agreed that Floating Power sure is mootbl" "Then we saw the new Plymouth. The'first thing • I noticed, naturally, was the beautiful design!" "We like it better and bener^all the time. It's a good- looking car. And it uses hardly any gas at all." * * , "If you ask me, Plymouth is America's next Number One Car" T ALK to Any Plymouth owner! Ask him how he likes his car! You'll find the same enthusiasm everywhere you go. Edward Trumbull's case is typical of thousands. Like the rest of us, he wanted to be sure of getting his money's worth. That's why "Look at All Three" appealed to him. It sounded fair. So he looked, stud* ied, compared ... then bought a Plymouth. "Word-of-mouth is the strongest kind of t advertising. Happy owners are a car's best PLYMOUTH SIX '495 salesmen. And Plymouth owners are happy! Talk to Plymouth owners about Floating Power engine mountings! Ask them about Hydraulic Brakes... a safety-steel body! And then ask a dealer for a Floating Power ride! You won't be pressed to buy! NEW PRICES- 4-DOOM SEDAN NOW $§0 LESS 4-Door Sedan $545, Convertible Coupe $565, Rumble Seat Coupe $525, Business Coupe $495, all prices f. o. b. factory. Convenient terms. Low delivered prices. Optional, Automatic Clutch $8. AND UP F. O. B. FACTORY • SOLD §Y 7,231 DfSOTO, DODOE A CHRYSLER DEALERS PAINT SALE Biggest Values Ever Offered. These Low HOUSE PAINT 200 Gallons to Go at This Low Price. Gallon...: BOILED OIL Hlgriest Quality Linseed OH. ,prinlg Container. rrj* Gallon 4t)C Supply Your Needs at Prices. j WALLPAPER All New Patterns &OFF PLAT WHITJE Wonderful Enamel Undercoater. Gal. Now Located at 725 East Twenty-first (Huraboldt) St. Phone 2242 for Free Delivery Hotel El Tejon A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO EAT TRY OUR DELICIOUS fe-f T-BONE STEAK DINNER 9L BREAKFASTS 25C to 50C Noon Luncheon . . . 50c Evening Dinner, 50c, 75c ALSO A LA CARTE HOARDED GOLD We >»y uih f«r y.ur ild unuMkU Mltf J,». •Iry ir dentil t>!4. G«t uwful Jtlliri tw yeur uiilm ier»pi tf prodoui niitili. THE WICKERSHAM CO. Corner Nineteenth'and I Streets We Do Not E/»,loy Outtldi Sollilttrt ELECTION HELD AT CHURCH MEET Organize Vestry for St. Paul's Parish; Choose Delegates to Convention Doctor Fred J. Crease was added to the vestry of St. Paul's Episcopal church laat night at the annual parish meeting held In the Guild hall at 5 o'clock, and the following seven members of last year's board were reelected; Messrs, Alfred Harrell, C. B. WaJcefleld, Jr., George C. Ingelow, J. Benson Wrenn, William A. Alexander, Henry C. Mack, Percy T. Noate. The officers of the vestry, as organized at a short meeting of tho board, will consist of the Reverend William E. Patrick, president by virtue of his position as rector; C. B. Wakeflold, Jr., senior warden and treasurer; Percy T. Neate, Junior warden and W. A. Alexander, clerk. Tollers for the vestry election appointed by the Reverend Mr, Patrick, who presided, were Messrs. G. E. Stanfield and Francis Holson and Mrs. A, J. Wright Mrs. J. Benson Wrenn, Mrs. Percy T. Neate and Miss Margaret D. Gardett were chosen delegates and Mrs. C. E. Wykes, C. E. Wakefleld, Jr., and Mrs. William E. Patrick, alternates to.tho twenty-third annual convocation of the missionary district of San Joaquin to be held at St. James- church at Sonora on January 23. C. M. Mangun and C. Ingelow and Mrs. E. P. Munsey acted as tellers. To Attend Conclave Miss M. D. Gardett and Mesdames W. E. Patrick, C. E. Webb, C. E. Wykes and George C. Ingelow were elected delegates and Mesdames C. E. Wakefleld, Jr., H. W. Scott, C. W Holson, H. B. Elbert and Miss li. M. Sweltzer, alternates to the annual meeting of the diocesan church service league to be held at Sonora on January 24, the day before the church convocation. Mrs. J. B. Wrenn and Mrs. Percy T. Neate, by virtue of their offices as diocesan president and secretary, respectively, are ex- offlclo delegates. Percy T. Neate, Doctor Thomas C. Austin and Mrs. C. M. MnngTm acted as tellers. Reports were made by C. W. Wakefield, treasurer, on the parish finances, and by Mrs. W. A. Alexander, retiring president of the church service league, covering the parochial and missionary activities of the league, Altar Guild, St. Paul's Guild, St. Margaret's -Guild, Girls' Friendly Society and the Church School. The report of the canvass for the 1933 budget was made by Mr. Wakefleld. Percy T. Neate, the third member of the finance committee, was appointed auditor by the rector. Votes of thanks to the women of the parish and to the finance committee were passed. Memorial Read Alter giving his usual report of parish statistics and official acts, the Rev. Mr. Patrick asked those present to stand while he read a memorial minute dedicated to four deceased members of tho parish who died during the past year, Mrs. Mary Wilton, James Albert Hughes, Edward Ambrose and Harry T. Chldgey. The meeting adjourned with a vote of thanks to the members of the church service league who served the collation following the business session. Two organizations of the parish meet this evening, the church choir nt 7:30 o'clock and St. Margaret's Guild at 8 o'clock. The candidates of the Girls' Friendly Society will meet Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. EMPORIUM TO STAGE BIG SALHOMORROW Tomorrow morninfi- at 9 o'clock doors of the Emporium, located tit 1313-1315 Nineteenth street, -will open for a great "factory outlet" sale, and the buying public will be offered the most tempting bargains In years, officials of the concern Bald today. "Regardless of cost, every article will be sacrificed at unusually low prices," one official remarked In reviewing plans for the sale. Patrons are warned that mall orders, cash on delivery sales, telephone calls or refunds will not be recognized during the sale. Some of the articles which will be sacrificed durlnpr the Kale are sweaters, coats, blankets, comforters, overalls, cords, shoes for men and women, dress shirts for men, cigarettes, Kloves, shoes for youngsters, ! Jackets, union suits, boots, shotgun | shells, o.ips, huts, slickers, house > dresses, riding breeches and trousers, j AT PRETTYCEREMONY The first wedding to take place In the Chinese Congregational Church WHS solemnized last Monday afternoon when Miss L,lly Jung became the brldo of Clarence Yip of Stockton, j The Reverend A. S. Donat, pastor of the First Congregational Church, read the vows. Miss May Jung, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, while Fred Hoy attended the bridegroom. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Ed Jung. During the ceremony, Mrs. A. P. Harness, worker in the mission church, played several piano selections, as well as the bridal march from Lohengrin, when the bridal party assembled. Mrs. William Leong, | Mrs. Eva Iloue and Miss Thelma Jung acted as usherettes. | Mrs, Yip Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jung Sing, 1714 Q street. The bride wore an afternoon frock of white ribbed crepe, fashioned with a short jacket with largo puff sleeves, and carried a shower bouquet of mixed sweet peas. Her attendant's gown was of pink crepe In afternoon mode, and she carried rose-colored sweet peas. Following the ceremony, refreshments were served to the nearly 100 friends and relatives of the couple, who witnessed the ceremony. According to Chinese custom, the young people will spend a honeymoon at the home of the bridegroom's parents In Stockton, where nuptial celebrations will be held. They will then go to Los Angeles, whore they plan to make their home. 1313-1315 TL A CmiftAviiimV Riff 1313-1315 Nineteenth St. 1116 tHIpOrllini S Dig Nineteenth St. FACTORY OUTLET DOMINANT VALUES DURING THIS PRICE-BUSTING SALE SALE SALE STARTS THURSDAY MORNING DOORS OPEN AT 9 O'CLOCK Through co-operation of various factories and wholesalers, we have arranged to offer the buying public such values as have never before been attempted I The factories have placed us in a position to sell this merchandise at prices which in many cases are AT LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST OF MANUFACTURE. Think of HI Bring the family in and outfit them and save yourselves. Plenty of money. (Signed) THE MANAGEMENT. REGARDLESS OF COST, EVERY ARTICLE IS SACRIFICED AT THESE LOW PRICES No Mail Orders, No C. O. D.s, No Phone Orders or Refunds During This Sale Men's SWEATERS Wool and Part-Wool, Heavy Shaker Knit, Coat Style and Slipovers — Big Heavy Collar. Values to $4.00 Ladies' COATS All-Wool Fur Collan and Cuffs. These Coats Were Priced $14.95 Factory Sale Price. . One Group Ladies' COATS • Beautiful Styles—Fur Collars Values to $10.00 $3.95 BLANKETS Part-Wool Plaid, Fancy Doublet, Fleecy and Warm—66x80 $1.69 Pair Sateen-Bound COMFORTERS New White Filler—72x84 All Colors Special ^ \ QQ Sale Price.. 9 al • «•? O All-Silk COMFORTERS Pure Virgin Wool Filled, Scroll Center. Rich In colors. Just the thing to beautify that bed. A Real Value at S17.50 Price... $10-95 Men's Bib OVERALLS Boss, Headlight, Lev! Strauss, Stronghold—First Quality 89c CORDS "Genuine Boss," Guaranteed for Wear. Light and Dark Colors. $2.98 Values $1.98 CORDS "Genuine Boss," High Waist Models, Heavy Weight. Light and Dark Colors — $4.95 Value Sale Price CORDS Extra Quality— $2.95 Value $1.69 Special Sale Price.. Men's SHOES Black Oxfords New Patterns In These Dress Shoes $1.49 Overalls Blue Bib Heavy Weight Full Cut 69c Wonien's Bedroom Slippers A Real Bargain at 25c TENNIS SHOES Genuine Keds, Goodrich, etc. Values to $1.25 ® n AQik Sale HaB One Group Ladles' Silk Dresses Values to $5.00 CIGARETTES Camels, Chesterfields, Luckies, Old Golds, in Packages of 20s. Extra Special •ftQ P er •WO Carton No Limit One Group of BOYS' CORDS Sizes to 16, Light Colors... Men's Work SHOES Leather— A Wonder for Long Wear $3.45 Value On Sale $1.79 Chalmers Union Suits White, Ecru and Random Colors $1.65 Value Sale Price...' 79c Hunkldorl "Chlppewa" BOOTS Brown Retan Upper* Long-Wearing Soles Factory Outlet Price Men'* Broadcloth Shorts Fast Colors Full Cut I5c Ea. Men'a Rayon DRESS SOX Large Assortment of Colors 8C Pair Now $1.00 Shotgun Shells Climax and Ajax, 12-gauge, No. 2 and No. 4 Loads, box.. Same Price on 10, 16 and 20-Gauge A Complete Line of Rubber Rubber Boots and Overshoes at Factory Sale Prices Men's Work SOX First Quality Colors Are Brown, Gray and Black 5c Pr. SHEET BLANKETS Soft and Fleecy—98c Value We Are Offering This Blanket at 50 C Each Take Home a Pair HERE IS A VALUE I Men's Sturdy WORK PANTS In All Slies On Sale. 89c BLACKJACK BLUE JEANS—$1.29 Value, Sale Price GLOVES Canvas Leather Palm Striped Back Gauntlets 15c Pr. Ladies 9 Shoes Suedes, trimmed In patent leather, kid, two-tone Elk oxfords. These shoes have Cuban, French and Spanish heels. Two Groups $1,79. $2.49 GLOVES Genuine "Bos*" Horsehlde Palm, Doubl* Fingers Special 39c Pr. Men's Whipcord Ftidlna Breeches . Double Seat Button Leg and Pockets $2.95 Value $1.89 HOUSE DRESSES Ladles, Here Is a Real Value—Prints All Colors and Sixes Each No. 1 Levi's Waist Overalls On Sale for $1.19 $1.98 One Group Men's Dress Pants All-Wool—Good Patterns Values to $4.95 Factory Outlet BOYS' SHOES All-Leather Oxfords, Black and Brown—Plain and Scotch Grain Values to $3.50.. Children's Shoes Boys' and Girls' Straps and Oxfords to Size 2 $1.50 Value, Sale Price — 79c MEN'S WORK SHOES All-Leather—Every Pair Guaranteed for Service—Values to $3.96 Factory Sale Price.. MEN'S DRESS SHOES All-Leather Endlcott-Johnson— Jack Young. All New Patterns. Black and Brown $5.00 Values.. $2.98 Children's Shoes All-Leather—New Patterns Values to $2.50, Sale Price 97c EMPORIUM 1313-15 Nineteenth Street Leather Coats Genuine Front Quarter Horsehide, Sheepskin and Blanket Lined, Wambo Collar* $24.50 Values Factory Sale Price. . Another Group With LEATHER COLLARS $17.50 Values Suede Leather JACKETS Cossack Models, Light and Dirk Colors. Guaranteed $8.85 Value Sale Price Men's JACKETS Washable Calf, Cossack Style Values to $13.50 Sale Price... $7.55 Men's DRESS SHIRTS Plain and Fancy Colors All Slzea Sale Price. $1.00 Value 49c MEN'S CAPS All-Leather Sweatbanda, Large Variety of Patterns Values to $1.25 Sale Price. 69c Values tO $2.00 Men's Dress HATS Values to $2.00, Sale Price Values to $3.00, Sale Price Values to $4.00, Sale Price $1.88 Values to $5.00, Sale Price Men's RAIN SLICKERS Black Oilskin, Knee Length $3.95 Value Sale flT 4 >1Q Price ^ sli •"KF Sweater Coats All-Wool Thermo and Mercury, Etc. a;.*?.... $2.98 LADIES' SHOES A Big Selection of Styles In Straps, Pumps, Oxfords and Ties, In Kid, Patent, etc. All Heels. $1.OO , V

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