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12 THE BAKERSFIELU CALIFUHN1AN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1933 -<*> PARMAIED Girl Reserves to Gather at Event Tonight; Juniors, Seniors Hostesses . A "Mother Gootic" party will bo held In the girls' gymnasium of Bak- orsflcld High School this evening, T.-lth members of the junior-senior triangle of the Girl Reserves, under the leadership of Miss Edltha Howell, hdvlsor, ns hostesses to the sophomore und freshman triangles. Tho old nursery rhyme will furnish tho Konernl theme for decorations and a novel program of musical entertainment and stunts. The junior-senior group will have as their guests of honor Mlsa Orpha Mnfl Barnes nnd Miss Elolso Nelson, adviser of the freshman and sophomore sections, respectively, Miss Grace Mugunln, of the art department, and tho Misses Nadlne Robinson, Marjorlo Marmndukc, Ruth llenly, Dorothy Brlggs- and Irene Brown, who are to become members of tho upper class triangle next semester. Committees headed by Mlsa Howell to assist In arrangements for this evening's party are: Misses Myrtle Achatz, Ruth Williams, Eleanor Slqucldo, Irene Bolss, Wllma Rlsdon, Eunice Mohrl, Pearl Koffman and Ucenin Camp, in charge of refreshments; nml Misses Genevlevo Gelmor, Ruby Will- lams, Jean Klrkpatrlck, Marian Mortensen, Avis Overman nnd Cecilln Holland, in charge of tho reception and Invitations. The program committee Includes Phyllis Crawford, Melba Jacobs, Virginia Dowly; Theresa Lamberson, Marian Mortenscn, Muriel Thlesscn; the frames and prizes committee, Misses lone Plnnell, Catherine Clerley, Marguerite Bonnet, Kathleen Hicks, Gruro King, Frances Embrey and Rachel McKee. The general committee on preparedness and cleanup includes Misses Opal Lyons, Phyllis Crawford, Ruby Williams, Evelyn Hall, Oeral- dlne Murphy, Marian Robbinx nnd Thelma Renz. CLUB TO MEET , Members of the Wlmodausis Club •will hold their regular meeting nt 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Masonic temple In the card rooms. Mrs. A. S. Brown, new president, will conduct the session. As this Is the first meeting of the new session, those In charge are requesting a full turnout of membership. The officers constitute the refreshments committee. Jaysee Coeds Plan Horseback Party, Feb. 5 Members of the Women'* Ath. letlc Association of Bnkersfleld Junior College laid plans for a horseback riding party to be held at Stockdale, February S, during n meeting of the organization yesterday afternoon. The party will also furnish the occasion for Initiating 11 new members. , Mlsa Victoria Achln, president of the W. A. A., named Misses Shirley Andress, Tessle Williams, Lottie Cave and Margaret Belslt as a committee to secure refreshments and make other necessary arrangements, The new members to be Initiated nre Misses Evelyn Baldwin, Jean Christie, Katherlne Hauck, Ana- bet Hulme, Josephine Marek, Martha Marek, June Oldershaw, Jean Osborne, Thelma Runkln, Beatrice Allen and June Myers. DALE HEARD AT Benefit Tea fAV Milk Fund Planned by City Workers; Committee Named "What adults owe to thn youth of today," was the subject of John F. Dnle of the state department of adult education, speaking before the executive board of the Bakcrsfleld Council of Parents and Teachers at tho Women's Rest House recently. "The most frequent remark heard later Is 'Why didn't they make me do what I should havo done,' " tho speaker said. He called attention to the remarkable capacity of youth for withstanding danger. HP concluded with the plea to set an example of courage before the children, that they may attack the problems they will have to face. Preparations were begun for the second annual tea for the benefit of the milk fund. The date and place will be announced soon by a committee appointed hy Mrs. C. R. Wllkes, president, including Mrs. J. J. Pagan, Mrs. Hugh Smith and Mrs. F. W. Hort. Much of the last meeting was glv*n over to discussing membership, the president urging chairmen to make s»n effort to bring up the rosters In every congress unit. TO BE SPEAKEjjT CLUB Oriental Relations to Be Subject; College Women to Gather Tuesday Sam Hume, executive secretary 1'or tho California Council of Oriental Relations, will speak before the members of tho local college women's club at a dinner meeting scheduled for next Tuesday evening nt 6:30 o'clock lit the First Baptist Church, Mr. Hume wan formerly director of the Greek theater at the University of California and wn« professor of dramatics at tho same Institution for a number of years. As executive secretary for tho California organization, he explains tlu work of the council, which Is primarily for tho purpose of fostering friendly relations between the peoples of tho Pacific coast and flic orient. Tho members of the council Include Robert Sproule, president of the University of California, and Dr. Rufus B. von KlelnSmld, president of the University of Southern California, and others. Hugh Jewett of Bakeraflcld Is the local representative. Mrs. James K. Thrasher, president of the club, will conduct n' short business meeting-. The session of the club will be open to husbands of members or escorts. A musical program Is also being arranged for the evening. Members are required to make reservations as soon as possible. • Club Philanthropy Chairman Asks Aid Mrs. George Bnhrenburg, chairman of the philanthropy committee of tho Bakersflcld Woman's Club, today reported that a couple who lost their tent home In .a recent fire In Ivcrn Ciinyon are badly In need of nld. The man of the family Is suffering from asthma nml they have found residence In the canyon beneficial to his health. The fire wiped out their meager oiimplng pofsesslons nnd tho couple have been taken in by friends nt 3810 K Htreet. Mrs. Kahrenburg today wild that any kind of furniture, cooking utensils, bedding or clothing will be highly acceptable and if she is notified «he will call for it If thu donor finds It Inconvenient to deliver It to the couple. Tho woman IH badly in need of clothing ns well UK tho man. SOCIETY! Feting Miss Bergstan Miss Lois Borgsten, whoso betrothal to Loula Wheeler has been tho inccn- tlvu for a whirl of parties, was thu recipient of a gift shower from, members of the Tlieta THU Theta sorority of which sho Is a member, last evening. , Tho presentation was in connection Mrs. Daughtry Wharton and Mrs. Ms. Daughtry Wharton ami Mra. Frank Schamblln at the homo of tho latter, 120 Pacific street. The bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Floyd Parish and Miss Reglna Began. Supper tables wore particularly pretty, decorated with yellow daisies, fernery and yellow tapers. Special guests wore Miss Margaret Ross, Miss Margaret Williams, Miss Flora Schamblin and Miss Martha Gundlach. The wedding of Miss Horgsten and Mr. Wheeler has been announced for January 20. Members of the uorority include: MesdnmeH — Daughtry Wharton Hnrold Wndinan Howard Steward (Tnft) Frank Schamblin Floyd Parish 1 Misses — Virginia McCor- muc • Yerna Croson Lucille Hunks Ruth Hnnnlng Frances St. Clalr Ray Stlllwell Lloyd Richards Rae Redforn ClcctlH Arm- istentl Alfred Handour Ralpha Sanders Athene Stevenson Elizabeth Davis Rcglna Degan Lois Bergsten O. D. Club Elects Election of officers was held last night by the D. D. Club at tho homo of Mrs. Charles Anderson, 803 I street. Mrs. Norman Ringele was named president and Mrs. R. F. Crow, secretary- treasurer. The two retiring officers, Mrs. George Cook nnd Mrs. E. T. Angel, were presented with •bouquets of violets and narcissus. Mrs. Anderson, decorated her home with (lie same flower?, nnd served an attractively appointed supper. Mrs. Kenneth Campbell was a special guest. Others attending were: Mesdames — Charles Anderson • Norman Rlngulo R. V. Crowe George Cook ,E. T. Angel Bert Ruppenthnl George Valencia Lloyd Anderson .Server Knur Curl Shnefer Sarah Campbell Current Events Club Mrs. Lawrence King, 151 II street, will entertain members of the Current Events Club at her home Friday night. WHITER! YOU BET I GET MY WASHES WHITER Sorority Plans Dance Much of the Interest In lost night's business session centereed In nn informal dance at Stockdale February 11, when Alpha Psl chapter of the Phi Oamma sorority mot last night at the sorority rooms In. the woman's club building. « will begin at 10 o'clock and continue until 2, It was announced by the. committee In charge, Miss Lucille Curnow, Miss Mildred Polcy and Miss LaVaun Long. Formal Initiation Is planned for February 22, with Mrs. Howard Callaway as cbalrmnn. Pledges furnished entertainment last evening, those presenting the skits Including Miss Virginia Carlisle; Miss Reba Hayes, Miss Wanda Richardson, Miss .Dorothy Harloe, Miss Irene Roux and Miss Dorothy Spawn. Members of the chapter are: Mesdnmcs — Freeman Chambless Howard- Callaway ' Gottlieb Koch Robert Stockton Misses — Martha Graham Virginia Voorhles Eleanor Johnson Mildred Foley Katharyn Spraguo Denver Smetzer J3rlc Johnqpn Charles Conklln George Carlson Howard Laster Lucille Curnow Virginia McLean Edna Baum Lucile Pesante Mary McKee LaVaun Long ' Shower Party Given • Mrs. Herman Brochott was the recipient of a shower of gifts In connection with a party given recently by Miss Martha Gelsler at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Akers at Panama. Bridge was played. Prizes were won by Miss Cloo Dougherty, first; Miss Kllen Hoglund, second; and Miss Lucille Gist, third. Pink and blue decorations were used in place cards and other apolnt- ments at the time of serving a light supper. The guests besides the honoree wero : Jlesdnmes — Earl Jordan Phil Coleman William Banduccl Misses — Ellen Hoglund Lucille Gist Patricia Huff- Armanda Blanc stacllor Cleo Dougherty Frances Qelwler Martha Gclslcr Edith Deguill • • • Double Birthday Party Joe und Janle Bell Logan, aged 16 and 14 years, respectively, were the guests of honor at a double birthday party recently at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Zachery, 1420 East Nineteenth street. Mrs. Zachery was aHSlsted In arrangements by her daughter, Mrs. M. K. Logan. Games were played and refreshments served. Those attending were Mrs. J. E. Zachery und Mrs. Annie Connor and Helen Hoover Norman IZachery Dorothy Holland Beverley Jane Mary Klizalde Betty Carlock Mary Carlock , Betty Joy Xnchery Artie Ross Predn Ross Borel Van Buren Xachery William Keller William Miller , Oordon Zachery Jim Logan k /ITHREW OUT MY 9 I V/ASHBOARD FOR I y I DISCOVERED t COULD —^ GET WHITER CLOTHES , I JUST BY SOAKING mK&^ % ,. ''•. *.., •.' A' tfAjf, > * t. vjl»* «A'O * t\' ^> Vi i\\ 'ussL CLOTWES COMfc SO A RIN90 M^^Sv EVEN BOIL THEM AHV r*«\ *J %v tf"^* ssp^*\ \ , •^•*^'*;V\ & V; Joe Logan • • * Theater and Supper Party A, theater party and Chinese supper were the diversions of the Pink Ele- jjhanl Club recently. Mrs. Jetta iMby presided as toastmistress at the Shanghai cafe, following the party at the theater. Those attending were: Met-dames — Jetta Busby Jean Harmon Ruby Roussel .Mabel Snydor Celestlne Trout Misses — SHNT LOAN Bertha Ash Inez Blunton Doris Franklin Inez Vanderpool Gene Ash Kunlce Davis Carmen Oxford Paulina Vajjder- pool nf Birthday Party » A birthday party was given yesterday by Mrs. Elsie Jeffrey, 1634 F .street, for her son, Fred Jeffrey, celebrating his fifth birthday anniversary. Those attending were: Bobby Walsh Fred Jeffrey Junior Walsh Susie Allen Cappy Walsh, Jr. Madge Allen Johnnie Deli- Audrey Allen plaine Patsy Uren Margie LeVan • * • Rlcheys to Visit • Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Rlcliay and their sons are expected from Balch Camp to spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith, 1905 Verde street. Mrs. Rlchey Is the former Mrs. Augusta Smith, a former resident of the city, nnd the possessor of many local friends. RINSO SAVES WORK AU. THROUGH THE HOUSE. I TH IT'S MARVELOUS FOR OlSH SHING ! PiNO TH6 SUDS ARE SO EASY ON HANDS fesr 5 2fe'<"» ,_. -*"•* FRATERNAL Women of the Moose Sides will bo chosen for u finance and membership campaign when the Women of the Moooe held their regular meeting Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the Moose hall. After a short business session the women will share tho remainder of the evening with the Loyul Order of Mooso, celo- brating past dictators' night. To Elact Treasurer A treiiisurer will be elected when 71' faille, iiS^ ''.'cr--" *'«so'srt c j, i". 1 -v^V WHAT! tVNSOWAtMCS YES, LOTS WHITER! W needed ' R, eani »', Jon*)=, a « ">"<:?, Su d« , ' e ^Bsss^i | the Daughters of Union Civil War Veterans meet Friday night at Memorial hall. Plans will be completed for Installation services to be held jointly with the Woman's Relief Corps January 20, Miss Florence Taylor will preside. Golden Poppy Lodge Guidon Poppy Lodge, No. 221, Ladies Society ti> the Brotherhood of Loco- miitlvo Firemen and lOnglnemen will bold a regular meeting at tho K. of P. hall on Lake Htreet, Friday afternoon, Jununry 13, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Arthur Lehman will preside. Memory of Julia VanderEike Honored by Action of Faculty Wives A scholarship loan fund to be known as the Julia VnnderEIke loan fund wns established by the members of the Faculty Wives' olub at Its meeting last night, It wns announced today by Mrs. H. A. Splndt, president. A check for 1100 for the fund was received by the club from W. I/. Harvey, a brother of tho local matron. The late Mrs. VanderEIko was a beloved member of the club, her name appearing on the roster of Its organization nine years ago. Two years "ago she served as president.. As the local woman wns known for her kindly deeds and thoughtfulness for others, the establishment of the loan fund was thought by members to be a fitting memorial to her. Any high 'school or junior col- lego girl will bo eligible to the aid from the fund to bo administered by Miss Grace Bird and her committee. It is expected to increase the fund to severalihundred dollars. Acknowledgement was made last night for two generous checks which were received for student aid, one from D. E. Urnor for $10 and onu from Mrs. Frances Packard for $20. The meeting last night took tho form of a dinner, with Mrs. N. D. Stutzman and her committee acting us hostesses. The affair was held in tho local high school cafeteria. Members of the hostess committee In addition to the chairmen were: MBH- dames Otto Asperger, Axel Peterson, Ernest Dalbom, Milton Perkins, George Gurr, and Howard Davis. u.s.wiirs INSTALUEADERS Auspicious Features Conspire to Make Joint Rites Well Executed '\ DepartmentCommanderCharles Bennett of Alamed." camp as a special guest, Installation of "fflcers of William R. Shafter Camp, United Spanish War Veterans, and its Auxiliary, was an unusually well attended and Interesting function last night at Memorial hall. J. E. Ke'. :hem, department historian, acted as master of ceremonies. Others seated with Commander Fred Rollins, besides the department leaders mentioned, for the rites were Past Department Commander Coral F. Roberts, Senldr VIce-Presldent Winifred Ketchem and Mrs; Rose Heiner, retiring president of the auxiliary. ., j New Officers Comrades Installed by Commander Behnett/ were: Alfred Anderson, commander; Ed Persei, senior vice- commander; Claude R. Blodget, junior vice-commander: Leo B. Helner, chaplain; P. T. Thornton, adjutant and quartermaster; R. C. Miller, his torlan; Fred Rollins, trustee for throe years; Guy Merrltt and John McGuln- ness, officers of the day; Frank Tebeau, officer of the guard; A. J. Dlxon, senior color sergeant; J. J. Fagan, Junior color sergeant. Mr. Roberts presented Mr. Rollins with a past commander's Jewel on behalf of the camp. Officers Installed for the auxiliary were: Mrs. Mollle Persei, president; Mrs. Bertha Fenton, senior vice-president; Mrs. Dora Cooper,' Junior vice- president; Mrs. Marjorle Fagan, chaplain; Mrs. Sadie Tebcau, patriotic Instructor; Mrs. Grace Hasson, historian, Mrs. Madge Anderson, secretary; Mrs. Bertbn T)avls, treasurer; Mrs. Lela Barnham, conductress; Mrs. Lois Rollins, assistant conductress; Mrs. Anna Thornton, guard, and Mrs. Katherlne Garner, assistant guard, Places of Honor Officers escorted to Mrs..Reiner's station by tho color bearers were Mrs. Ketchem, Commander Bennett, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Ketchem, P. T. Thornton, national aide; Alfred Anderson, R. C; Miller and Fred Rollins. - Mrs. Anna Thornton, past president of the auxiliary, was the Installing officer for the women's organization, assisted by Mrs. Ketchem One of the most exquisite features of tho evening was the presentation of a Jewel to Mrs. Helner by her successor on behalf of the auxiliary. Mrs. L. W. Rawley, captain of the drill team, led that organization In singing an original parody on "Wild. Irish Rose" as members of the team brought to her Individual corsages, massed Into a large bouquet and presented Mrs. Helner. Greetings and congratulations were brought by Ralph Patrick of the American Legion; Morris Reeser, for the V. F. W.; Mrs. Virginia Preston, of the Daughters of Union Civil War Veterans; Mrs. Bortha Fenton, W. R. C.; Red Rollins, R. C, Miller, L. W. Rawley, district Inspector; Mrs. Ketchem, Mr. Ketchem, Mr. Bennett, and Alfred Anderson. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Helner and Mrs. Thornton by Mrs. Persei. Mrs. Helner presented Mrs. Porael with n bouquet. Gifts were also presented Mrs. Anderson, secretary, and Mrs. Davis. A banquet was served later, with Mrs. Fenton as chairman of arrangements. Lutheran Church Dinner Will Be on Friday Night Something distinctive, a Fsllew- •hip dinner to be prepared and served entirely by men, will be sponsored Friday evening at St. John's Luthtran church for members of the church and their families. The affair will be held at the parish hall, corner of Twtntl- eth and C afreets, at 6)30 o'clock. There will be reports of aotlvl- tlea In various departments of the church for the lust year. The men's committee on ar- ran0«ments Is comprised of F. Kamline, R. C. Kruger, E. Wleeke, W, Fornas, W. E. Blnger, O. R. Kamprath and Otto Trelde. Mrs. P. J. O'Meara Concludes Four-Xear Service in Valuable Post Concluding four years of services to tho nurses of Bnkersfteld and to the community at large, the bureau of nursing service organized here under the auspices of tho Kern County Nurses Association has terminated Its work, It was announced today by Mrs. P. J. O'Meara, who has served as registrar for tho past four years. Lack of funds to carry on the work Is the reason for the closure of the service. During 1932, the bureau received and answered the fallowing calls: Doctors' personal calls, 46; hospital, 432; home, 47; out-of-town, 43; surgical cases, 127; medical cases, 76; obstetrical cases, 22; accidental cases, it; requests for particular nurse, 305; nurses refusing calls, 41; nurses away from phone, 43; no answer to phone, 66; nurses* answering calls, 369; nurses reporting on calls, 319; staff relief, 22; staff positions filled, 2; miscellaneous calls, 1349; home calls for aides, 3912. The number of classes for the year totaled 6815. Mrs. O'Meara registered only those nurses at the bureau who were California registered trained nurses. The bureau functioned as an aida to the nurses not only In finding them employment, but also relieving them from thp tedlousness of always being within the reach of a telephone. *-»-• Tejon Court Party Draws Large Crowd Nine tables were filled for a card party of Tejon Court, No. 41, Order of the Amaranth recently at the Bak- ersfleld hotel. The committee In charge was comprised of Mesdames Carrie Miller, chairman, Sylvia Reagan, and Ella Mae Means and Miss Ollle Davis. Prizes In bridge were won by Mrs. R. Valencia, Mrs. Sylvia Reagan, Billy Reagan and C. W. Miller. Awards In five hundred went to Mrs. Clara Ingraham, J. E. Veon, C. Calrt- wcll and C. Compton. A turkey dinner will be served Friday evening at .1 small price, between the hours of 6 and 8 o'clock at the Masonic temple. The meal will be home cooked. The public is being cx- tf.nded an Invitation. TO RESUME DANCES With Hornknhl'a Orchestra sponsoring the affairs, weekly dances will be resumed at Beardsley pavilion Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mclntosh, owners of the hall, have redecorated It to present a bright ap- peajnnco. Refreshments will be served from 11 to 1 .o'clock. The dancing hours are announced from 9 to 1 o'clock, and the weekly series will be dedicated to both old-time and modern steps. D. A. I HOLDS SOCIAL EVENING Ihgclow and Miss Chubb Speak; Quartet Plays for Occasion International relations, with the debt Hltuatlon as ix Bpeclflc polnt'»of approach, were discussed by George C. Ingelow last night before members of the Daughters of the American Revolution and their husbands at the home of Ddctor and Mrs. Homer Rogers, 1929 Eighteenth street. Miss Olive Chubb, presenting a colorful description of sojourntngs In Alaska, provided a second address. Music was furnished during the evening by a quartet .directed by Plill Martin, who played the french horn; Alfred Chesterman, trombone; Wll- lard Hirst, first trumpet, 1 and Edwin Shomate, second trumpet. On Tuesday afternoon a business meeting wns held nt the home of ftio regent, Mrs. Granvllle L. Brown, 1727 Baker street. Announcement has been made of a meeting of the California State Society of the D. A. K., southern district, January 17, at the Woman'a Clubhouse In Whlttler. Mrs. Prank Thomas, Junior past president of tho state body, will be the council speaker, and Dr. Edward MeChesney* of the Pomona College staff will speak on "An Historian's View of tho Peaca Movement." Mrs. Rogers, and the cohostesses, Mrs. Arthur Prltschke, Mrs. C. K. Webb, M!BH Ada Hopkins and Miss Olive Chubb, provided a delightful hospitality last evening, refreshments wer served In a pleasing manner. w.oIirsTO INDUCTSTAFFS Ceremonial Will Be Held at Meeting Tonight; Program Has Been Arranged Bnkersfleld Cnmp No. 460 and El Louise Camp No. Z, Woodmen of the World, will hold a public Installation ceremony tonight In the lower W. O. W hall. The rites will begin at 8 o'clock. A social Invitation Is being extended to all members, their families and friends. A program of dancing, Vocal and Instrumental numbers, has been arranged, at the conclusion of which old-time and modern dancing is planned. Officers will be Installed by Mrs. 3. C. Trldlo of Fresno, assisted by Mr. Trldle. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Jaan Wells. Mrs. Mable Longnor«, Mrs. Bessie Swartz, George A. Morris, George W. Borgwardt and John Canaday. Those to bo Installed for tho women's order are: Miss Elsie White, past consul commander; Mrs. Lulu Smith, consul commander; Mrs. Pearl Apperson, ^adviser-lieutenant; Miss Edna Anderson, banker; Miss Wanda Gleason, clerk; Mrs. Myrtle Akers, esco'rt; Miss Edith Anderson, watchman; Miss Edna Edwards, sentry, and Mrs. Lela Scott, manager. The officers of Camp No. 400 for .the new term Include K. C. Longacre, past consul commander; R. O. Mathls, consul commander; Old Mathls, adviser- lieutenant; B. L. Marble, banker; C?. A. Morris, clerk; H, G. Anson, escort: W, Swnrtz, watchman; E. Akers, sentry, and G. W. Borgwardt, manager. -*DAUGHTER IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Catchpole, 1908 Forest street, are receiving the congratulations of friends upon the birth of ft daughter, Carolyn, born January 9 at San Joaqutn Hospital. The mother IH the former Miss Edith Choa- dle of Long Beach. Tejon Court Dinner Tcjon Court. No. 'II, Order of tho Amaranth, will serve a turkey dinner from ti to M o'clock Friday evening In tho Masonic temple. Tho public ban been extended a cordial Invitation. Installation Planned Laokuwanna Council, No. 104, Degree of Pocuhontaa, will install officers tonight at Moose hull. Committee* for the year will be announced. Refreshments will p,o served. TO ELECT OFFICERS Officers 'will ba elected when the U. S. W. V. Auxiliary Sewing Club meets Friday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. L. W. Rawley, 1601 Nlles street. There will be discussion of a card party at Olldale Community hall Saturday night, the second party of a series of six. End Serious Coughs With Creomulsion Don't let them «t a lUvngle hold. Fight gems quickly. Creomuliion combines the 7 heat heap* known to modem science. Powerful but hin&lew. Pleuwt to take. No narcotic*. Your drugglit will refund your money if any cough or cold no nutter how lone standing it not re- tiered by Creomulflon. (adr.) Rubber Goods Hot Water Bottles 69c to $2.50 Fountain Syringes 69c to $3.50 Protect Your Hands With Rubber Gloves, Pair 49c Klmball & Stone Tilt P«rttail«r Drucgiftf Pttont 53 Priori* 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Baktriftdd, C«M. And Now the Family Service Laundry Does Wet Wash at 4 Cents Per Pound Minimum Bundle, (SOo Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Each Week Phone 2040 830 California Avenue, Bakersfield

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