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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, January 12, 1933
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HIE BAKEBSFIELD CAL1KOKN1AN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 11M EW TY ENJOY BRIDGE PARTY AT 101VERTON •N <4> Announces List of New Books at McFarland Branch AT DINNER ORANGE CROP SAVED BY EARLY SMUDGING . ,t»n. of Mrs. W. .1. \v,vlv.Tton on H:\rlow s tlu- ?M',inp f"V a prettily d*ss*rt luncheon and hridpp -n-hrn *\\ r * ^ntortnined for of hor bride*' olub. An arrnnppTVT.t of or.ineo >>"mps. and profiirry d*»ror»t^«1 the UM»-s anri th* livtnc ro<-«ni.<. \ftrr an :\fir-rnoon of bridce high prize.*- wpr*» n warded to Mrs. . Hoarri and Mrs. George Buck- th" afternoon with Mrs Wo.ilverton were: Mesiiame.* • ;*<•> re *» RiK-kinpham. U. -'•• Hod son. K. M. Hiirpenbotham. l> RiUiiips. Clamie M. K Marshall, L. R. s, F W Dioken.^on. E. F. Janes, ,1. O. Finley. Chftrlr.- liquid. and Mrs. \v K. Smith of Delano FARM UNIT MEETS .SHAFTTR J-' 1 " '•- — Member* <--\ the Farm Horn? IViv.rtm.-nt met l:ist T-u^dny at tho *>f Mrs, K. U. Kolbenstrtter. Mi.*s 1-illian Brink•an spoke on the plnnnr.c of menu? ; rid oi v .<-r helps in makuip i*mi serv- ^ "ttrarlively Refreshment' MCFARLAND, Jan. 12. — Mrs. Phllo Hull, local librarian, announces that the fotlowlnfl books have been received at the library: Buck, Mrs. P. S., East Wind, West Wind: Churchill, Winston, Crisis: Dumas, Alexandre, Joseph Balsamo; Fisher, Mrs. D. F., Deepening Stream; MacDonald, Mrs. S., Sally in Rhodesia: Nexo, .M. A., Dltte. Daughter of Man; Nexo, M. A., Pelle, the Conqueror; Appr«n- ticeship; Nexo, M. A., Pelle, the Conqueror-Boy hood; Nexo, M. A., Pelle. the Conqueror-Daybreak; Nexo, M. A.. Pelle, the Conqueror- the Great Struggle; Porter, Mrs. G. Girl of the Limber-lost; Ward, A. S.. Emperor of America; James, Will. Lone Cowboy. Famous Musician Is Summoned by Death BKTHLKHEM, Pa., Jan. 12.— Doctor J. Fred \Volle. whose organization of Barh music festivals made him nationally known in music circles, died today after a long- illness. He was 69 year* old. McFARLAND, Jan. 12.—Mrs. Andrew BHckenstaff was tho honored guest nt a dinner party given nt her homo Sunday by tho members of her Sundny school class nnd tbelr fnrn- tllos. Mrs. Blickenstnff was Riven several lovely presents. Guests enjoying tho day with Mr. nnd Mrs. Blickenstnff wero Mr. nnd Mrs. B. O. Shlck, Mary, Edith. Anna and Ralph Shick. Reverend and Mrs. Alva Lonp and their daughters, Misses Ina and Wllma, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. AV. A. Stelnburger and daughter Anna, Air. and Mrs. I. Bowser, Mrs. B. F. Holmes, Mrs. Suslo Frantz and Charles Frantz, and Miss Elsie Mae Slade. R 1CHGROVE, Jan. 12.—Citrus growers of Richgrove Heights wero called out of bed early Wednesday morning by freezing temperatures nnd had their smudge pots lighted to save Valencia oranges and lemons still on the trees. At the Romnlne Polndexter grove on the heights fires were lit nt 4 n. m., when thermometers showed a temperature of 26M:. Fires were not extinguished until 7:30. A crew of 8 men was employed. At the E. I. Ames grove further oast on the heights fires were well under way by 3:30 and were kept going until 7 o'clock. At tho groves In the flat country south and west of town the low was 24, but as growera are not equipped with smudgo pots and there are only scattering trees of Valencia oranges throughout their groves, no smudging was done. The same was true of the Jasmine district. Growers are agreed, however, that further low temperature may spell disaster to whatever Valencia crop there Is on their trees. PROVIDES JOBS • i i L ' i L _ | LIT- ""I i ^_ Delano Vineyardists Start Operations With Large Plan Active Year for Altar Group in Delano Church «> <*> Crews of Men T MOJAVE [« >v I «$> OILDALE VINELAND ores l SINC 1859 We have faithfully served the food needs o a Nation... In our 74th year, we are following that sound old policy... "Quality Foods at Low Prices With a Friendly Service. Ib. CLOVERBLOOM...ARMOUR'S FULL CREAM CHALLENGE BUTTER ib. 24c Ib. VIXELAND, Jan. 12.—Mnrthn. Mabel and Oliver Uallancl of Pasadena spent the week-end here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Seifert and family werfc Sunday guests of Mrs. T. O. Prathcr and family. The monthly Full Gospel Missionary meeting wan held recently at the parsonage "with Mrs. K P. Williams as leader of the devotional period. At the close of the afternoon Mrs. J. B. Michaels pleasantly surprised the group by serving refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Beechloy spent the week-end at the Charles Fields home in Bakersfield. Sunday guests nt the M. F. Parish home wore Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Love and children of Rlvervlew, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hooper of Panama. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parish of Bakersfield and Mr. and Mrs. Oral Parish. Among those who attended the wedding of Raymond Green and Miss Grace Allen in Bakersfield on Saturday night were Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Oshorn. Guests at the I'luirles Barksdnle home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. U. "VV. Wllcher and sons Earl, Ray and Chester and Ross Hood. Miss Mnrthn Galland of Pasadena ! was n week-end guest of Miss Anna ;Jorgensen. I Friends of Mrs. K. B. MoDonnld will : be sorry to learn of her serious illness at tiie home of her daughter, Mrs. J. Alexander. Archie Covert is in a local hospital suffering with an injured foot. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Parish entertained a group of friends at bridge on Saturday evening. The guests wero Messrs, and Mesdnmcs TT. G. Thompson. Forrest Frirk. Roy Hooper, Le-> Bunre, L,. W. FrU'k. Vancp Brite, Charles Downing, Mrs. Mark Lindsay, and Perry Brite. Refreshments were served at the bridge t;ib1**s. Mrs. M. F. Parish will be hostess to the ladies of the home department on Wednesday. MO.TAVK, Jan. 12.—Mr. and Mrs. Bird Hodgklns of Lone Pine were Mo- javo visitors Tuesday. E.sta and Kenneth Sherrll visited their aunt in Bakersfield over the week-end. Mesdnmea Fred Wilkeraon, George Beane, Ross Rogers and A. D. Coffin motored to Lancaster Tuesday night to attend a theater. S Richard Griffin spent the week-end In Lone Pine and Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. William Foster and children motored to Lone Pine on Sunday. „ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lopsley, son Torn nnd daughter Betty of Burbank visited Judge and Mrs. Arper Sunday. Mrs. Wendel Oakes is entertaining her sister, Miss Ella Mae Roce, of Needles. _ , . Mrs. C. L. Moore spent Monday in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stradal had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Webb of Sonora Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Duntley entertained for two days Miss Marjorte Duntley of Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. George Watson of Gorman. Mrs. Harry Hoffman spent Sunday and Monday in Los Angeles. Doug Little spent Suriday in Oien*Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Johnson have moved to Bnkersfield, where Mr. Johnson will be Southern Pacific agent, taking the place of W. W. Martin, former Bakersfield agent, who, with Mrs. Martin and their sons and daughter, will make their home here. Mr. Martin will be general station Carl Uadcliff of Hunger is extra Southern Pacific agent here until Mr. Martin resumes work. agnnt here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bishpan spent several days In Los Angelen recently as the guests of Mr. Bishpan's parents. Mrs Ollie Foster recently enter! tained Mrs. Mary Fish of San Francisco and Mrs, Frank Darrah of Red Bluff. Ross Rogers is spending this week in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Davis and family spent Sunday at the Ed MacDaniels' at Cameron. OILDALE, Jan. 12.—Mrs. Hans Hanson of San Luis Oblspo, was a recent vlsitor*at the homo of her sister, Mrs, W. L. Dugglns. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Blalock and children Betty, Ruth and Richard of Slml, Ventura county, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dugglno. Mr. and Mrs. John Hnzzard had as their guests their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Dowdy of Taft. Mr. Dowdy has been transferred to n Safeway store in Bakersfield and the young couple will make their home there. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Coker have moved from ni6 Harding street in Riverview, to Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. William Franklin were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wenv-ar are now living on Washington street, having moved from 42f> T)«rntnr. Mrs. C. C. Meadows is ill at her home here. DELANO,' Jan. 12.—Pruning of the large acreage of grapevines of the Sierra Vista ranch of tho Earl Fruit Company will not start until January 16, when a large crew of expert primers will be put In the field. There is approximately 4000 acres of vines to be pruned. Many of the other large vineyards of tho district have been, pruning for the part two weeks or more. At the Delano Fruit Company ranch, which Includes 320 acres, pruning- is about completed and' tying up is rapidly nearlng completion. At the F. B. McKevitt vineyard, which also includes 320 acres, pruning was started on Monday under t"he supervision of Superintendent Ray Pratt. It will lake several weeks to finish pruning, and tying up. Pruning has just gotten well started at the Paul Driver ranch, which includes some 640 acres. Large cirews are working. "Elmer AV. Harris and Karl M. Garner are both making good headway at their 80-acre vineyards. DELANO, Jan. 12.—Officers recently elected by the Ladles* Altar Society of St. Mary's Catholic Church, are already at the helm and are preparing for. an active and forward-looking year's work In the Interests of the church. Those who will guide ety during the ensuing Mrs. George Claudino, Mrs. Frank Panero, vice-president; and Mrs. Faye Shlfflet, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Claudino served last year as vice-president, with Mrs. J. H. Connelley as president, and completed a very successful year's work. V. F. W. OPPOSES SOCIAL Delano Ex-Service Men -Will Forward Resolutions to State Capital the soci- year are: president; Sacra* FUTURE FARM NI1TE ON WASCO -At the bl- Mc Far land WASCO, Jan. 11.—Miss Gladys Hittler, who has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. M. P. Kerr, for the past 10 days, has returned to her home in Oatman, Ariz. Mrs. Kerr has been confined to her bed for the past three days with an attack of the flu. Carl Malouffl recently purchased tho Fraitk Trogden Place, three miles south of Wasco. A well is being put down and the ranch will be planted to cotton and potatoes. McFARLAND, Jan. 12.- monthly meeting of the chapter. Future Farmers of America, the joint Initiation to be held January 18, was discussed. Bakersfield chapter will officiate, and members of the Shafter, Wasco, Delano and McFarland chapters raised from GreenhanHs to Junior Farmers. The McFarland chapter has also entered the theme-writing contest sponsored by the Purina Mills. The subject Is "Farmers Who Achieve." This offer is made to the best theme from each chapter entered. G GROUP MEETS AT MTNUND HOME McFARLAND, Jan. 12. — Misses Wllma and Ina Long entertained for the members of the Sunshine Sewing Club Tuesday evening at their homo on Lockwood avenue. Each guest spent an hour sewing on hand work. Refreshments were served by the hostesses and a social hour enjoyed. Those enjoying the meeting were: Mrs. Harold McCall and Mlsa Lois Kirk of Delano, Mrs. Earl Prior, Misses Fern Williams, Ethel, A r edd and Myrtle Moomaw, Ethel Hosier, Doris Baker. Thelina Chavers, Margie Calkins, Virginia Chavers, Leonora Durnke, Wllma and Ina Long. College President Dead qf Injuries i LA^VRKXCK, Kan.. .Ian. 12.—J. P. King, negro, president of Wealorn University at Kansas City, Kan., died here last night from injuries Buffered Monday In an automobile accident. Two women accompanying King and another, member of the Western University faculty to the inauguration of Governor Landon were killed outright in the accident. DELANO, Jan. 12.—Delano Post. Veterans of Foreign Warf^meeting in regular session on Tuesday night, passed a resolution against soclti! insurance in Its present form, aa advocated by tho "hunger marchers" of this state. The post will forward copies of the resolution to men to. George AV. McCHntlck, commander of the post, presided and there WHS a fine attendance of members from all parts of the jurisdiction. One application for membership was accepted and three applications were ac*5pted at the previous meeting. Plans were made for taking in thesft new members tho last Tuesday In February when the team from the Black Gold Post, of Taft, wttt give the initiation work. Another event of Importance will be an open meeting which will be held at Alpaugh. The purpose of this meeting will be to acquaint the public with the problems of the ex-service men. T1.-5 Reverend Stephen L. Kiser of Alpaugh, and chaplain of the Delano Post, will make arrangements for thin meeting, which will be. In March or April. Commander McCHntlck appointed n. committee to go to Bakersfleld on Friday night to confer with representatives of the disabled veterans' organization on proposals of the N»- tlonal Economy Lengue. Members* of the committee are Preston Green - halgh and C. A. Vogel. Steps for actively opposing proposals of the league will be taken at the Friday night meeting. MIDWAY P. T. A. MEETING FFvLLOTVS. Jan. 12.— The regular meeting of Midway Parent Teacher Association will be held this evening. January 1L ( , in the school auditorium, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. All members are requested to attend, and nil who are interested will be welcomed. I <t FRUITVALE GOLDEN WEST DEL MONTE No. 2 cans q NORRIS AN EXCELLENT VALUE WE SUGGEST A DOZEN FOR $I.OO TILLAMOOK FULL CREAM Ib. BEE FARM HON L COMET WHIT HERSHErS PURE 3-lb. pail RIC I 12-oz. pkg. COCOA PURE can Lucky Strike, Chesterfield, Old Gold CIGARETTES Hills Bros., MJ.B., B«n Mur Drip COFF carton of » FRUITVALE. Jan. 12.—The school trustees are havin** a portion of the school grounds dragged, putting it in condition for a basketball court. Mrs. Mary Denio, mother of Mrs. Gord Rea, is seriously ill with rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter of Taft and Mrs. John Roberts of Birmingham Ala., were guests recently at the M. R. Cowan home. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Roberts are cousins of Mr. Cowan. The C. W. Royce home is under quarantine, Ruby, daughter, and Chester, son, being confined on account of chlekenpox. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Root went to Stockton Monday to attend the- funeral of Mrs. Root's father. Mr. Bloom, who died Monday. The Roots expect to return the latter part of this week. O. L. Lundquist's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lundquist of Weed Patch, and his mother, Mrs. Anna Lundquist, were dinner guests Sunday at the Lundquists' Fruitvale home. Grading of the "achievement" test taken by students of the Frultvale School prior to Christmas has beten completed, and the results will be announced soon. KERNVILLE NORRIS, Jan. 12.—Jerry Berry celebrated his eighth birthday Saturday by taking his third grade classmates, Shaw Camp and John Yribarren, to a moving picture show. Virginia Snow spent Sunday with Mary Janes Stevens of Olldale. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard of Bakersfield visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barbour, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T^eslie Cave of Long Beach are vislOng with Mrs. Cave's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman'Rex. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. F. Snow entertained a group of friends Saturday evening in honor' of their son, Earl, the occasion being his thirteenth birthday. Games and contests were enjoyed'. Refreshments were, served, also" a birthday cake with red and white decoration. The table was adorned with marshmallow snow men, »lso individual, red and white baskets filled with peanuts at each plate. The host was the recipient of many useful gifts. Those present were Amelia Miller nnd Mary Jane Stevens of Oildale, Virginia and Wayne Turner of East Bakersfield, Marcelina and Eulalla Yribarren, Sherman Cave, Pierre, Joseph and Odette Davln, Mary Louise Robinson, Marlon Rhoden, John Morosa, Virginia, Eva and Roger Snow, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. P. Davln and Miss Hnllle Parrlsh and her mother, Mrs. Hawn, and Miss Alice Davln assisted with the party. Ib. can HONEYMAID GRAHAMS BAKERS EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE l-lb. pkg. MILD AND MELLOW Ib. THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING COFFEE Finest Quality Meats i SKINNED HAMS BUTTS or SHANKS b. 90 HALF or WHOLE . I2c KERNVILT./E, Jan. 12.—Mr. and Mrs. Tony Salsa were week-end guests of Mr. "and Mrs. Jim Berry in Bakersfield. Mrs. Sophia Olson, who has been 111 nt the home of her son, Carl Olsen, is improving in health. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robinson, Betty, Bernloc and Bobby visited in Bakers- Held and San Joaquin valley Sunday. E. F. Reynolds of Ventura is now operating tho A. Brown Company garage- at Kernvllle. W. K. Quesnel of Fillmore is spending a few days in this section on business. Those from here attending the installation ceremonies of the I. O. O. F. and Rebeknh lodges at Tehachapi Saturday evening were Messrs, and Mes- darnes O. C. Bangsberg, E. Kewin, Cabe Chavez, R. J. Trinnbull, Mrs. C. K. Timmons, Mrs. James U. Bechtel, John Potter, Jack Christensen and Mr. Daily. PANAMA I PORK ROAST LEG or LOIN END CUTS Ib. |Qc |3c |5c |7c CENTER CUT ROAST Ib. I7c BONELESS ROAST BONELESS ROAST PORK ROULETTE VEAL ROULETTE LAMB ROULETTE BORN O E A L S E T SS PURITAN SAUSAGE VEAL LOAF %$! M Al ^ Granite Station LINK PURE PORK '• |b - IA*» carton I OC I8c LAMB LEGS FINEST QUALITY LAMBS ib. I9c CHICKENS COLORED HENS AND ROASTERS FANCY...FRESH DRESSED...DRY PICKED 29c PORK STEAK FRESH HAM Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ORAN'ITK STATION, Jan. 12. — OucstH of the .1. F. "WlUinms and the J. 11. \VillinmH families on Saturday wore Mrs. Harry Colo and Cyril Colo c.f (Ik'imville, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. allaf-e of White River. Mrs. Arthur Brown and Mrs. Richard Hoe n were Bakersfield visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Record were business visitors in BakersfleM Monday. They had dinner in the evening with the R. T. GrLsertalo family. Lrfjn Hlekerson, with his tractor, be- pan plowing for R. T. Grisedale Tuesday. Mrs. J, B. Williams nnd Miss Geor- Kiana Williams wero business visitors in Bakersfield Tuesday. They attended a theater in the afternoon. W. W. Anton recently visited ranches in tho vicinity of Granite Station, buying horses. He reports there is ji greater demand for horses than there has been for years. mHcmfwyp omfwyp hkow hohg bhogo PANAMA, Jan. 11.—Miss Eunice Moomaw of McFarland spent the week-end with her cousin, Lenore Huffman. William Romero visited Saturday and Sunday with friends in Tnft. AV. H. McKee nnd family spent Sunday with-Mrs. Margaret McKee SUm- ellnf? in B.ikersfield. Ai Seibert. school janitor, is ill with rheumatism. , Mr. and Mr.«. Floyd Luclerr'Son and daughter, of pildale, visited their cousins. Alfred Swofford and wife, recently. Mrs. TClsie Mays visited her daughter, Mrs. Frances Jarrnrd, in Olldale Tuesday. Edwin Black made a business trip to Taft on Tuesday. The adult class in the Panama Bible School will hold annual meeting this evening for election of officers and planning the year's program. Mr. and Felix Rhymer, who were visiting with George McKee, have returned to their home in t^ong Beach. Miss JClsic Parish has returned from her holiday visit with friends in Pasadena. Mrs. Opal Hooper spent Monday and Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Parish, in Weed Patch. Turn those clouds YOU can gain a fuller, richer enjoy- an equal amount by weight of men! of life by keeping in tip-top health. For health and happiness go hand in hand. T A frequent cause of poor health beef liver. The "bulk" in ALL- BRAN is similar to that in leafy vegetables. Two tablespoonfuls of ALL- MARICOPA Potatoes Apples U. S. NO. l. IDAHO RUSSETS 10 Ibs. FANCY PIPPINS Ibs. 13c 14c PRICES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 12, 13, The Great Atlantic 6* Pacific Tea Co SHAFTER SHAKTErt, Jan. 32.—Mr. and MrH. Jake Kchnaltlt and family moved to a new homo west of Shafter. R. N. 1-dingston of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Alta Hit-rra are J. KchnaJdt. Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Peery attended a P. T. A. meeting in Bakerbfleld on Tuesday afternoon. Kleanor McDonald and Helenne Uil- ooff went to Bakevsfield Tuesday afternoon. MARTCOPA, Jan. 12.—Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Kannaird and son Dexter of I*ong Beach are spending several days at the home of Mr. Kannalrd's sister, Mrs. Guy Hall and family on tho TCerto lease. Mrs. Bessie Chipps has left for Al- hamhra, where she will spend a week visiting her brother. During Mrs. Chipps' absence Mrs. James L»acey will take her place at Chlppa' Lunch cafe, Tho annual dinner of tho Congregational Church will bo held in tho church parlors today at C p. m. A business meeting will follow tho dinner. All members and friends are cordially invited to be present. Mrs. Georgia Olson of Helms, district deputy of the Royal Neighbors of America, was a Marlcopa visitor Saturday. Albert Clark, Frank Hush and Harmon Peahl of Taft left Monday evening to spend two days in Berkeley and Ban Francisco. Miss Frances Weaver of Bakersfield is visiting with her cousin, Miss Esther Miller. Russell Weaver spent the week-end visiting with relatives nnd friends in Lou Anffeles. is constipation. It clouds your BRAN daily will overcome most waking hours, and dulls even the types of constipation. Chronic sunniest disposition. Yet it can be cases, with each meal. If not car- overcome by eating a delicious reeled this way, see your doctor. ALL" BRAN cereal* Think how much belter it is to • Laboratory tests show that Kel- enjoy this food in place of taking logg's ALL-BRAJV furnishes "bulk" patent medicines—so often harm- to exercise the intestines, and vita* ful and habit-forming. Get the min B to further aid regular red-and-green package at your 4 habits. ALL-BRAN also provides grocer's. Made by Kellogg in twice the blood-building iron of Battle Creek. f . ' * - -<> *- +j u« T lH^i W -Rltl w-r • w* E*I«9 jr-^ CONSTIPATION 5 « you're healthy, you're happy "How you feel Be sure voui and how well you look — depends largely upon the food you eat. with sufficient 'bulk* to 'promote regularity/ 9 i 4

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