The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 13, 1933 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, January 13, 1933
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1 I HISTORIC EDIFICE IBEDJf BLAZE Fire Destroys Fifth Regiment ^ Armory in Bnltimore; Loss $1,500,000 fAnwlatctt Prrrts Lpoacri Wire) liTnrORE. .Tun. 13.~-Tho historic n Fifth Regiment Armory of the Mary- Iruul National liurmJ \vns destroyed by firo curly todtty, ut n possible IOHM of $i, Only tlin tlili-U tminltr* wal.te. unions •which tliR flntneO ruffed for hours, remained of UIP Iio-yrar-old building wliern XVoodrrnv Wilson WHS noml- mited for president. 1n 1912 nnd Vranfo- Utt D, Rooi«evn1t endnd hlfc southern presidential (our ]ant fall. The firo, of «u undetermined origin, wns discovered Jit 1:50 a. m. and within n few minutes n fcenernl alarm summoned all Iho fire fighting apparatus of the city. Unable to bring- the flames under control, tht» firemen turned their attention to numerous small fires started by flying- embers, scattered over a ivldo area by a 30-mtle northwestern wind. Colonel Washington Bowlo, Jr.. commandeer of the regiment, said If the walls and structural Hteol are seriously damaged, tho loss will total 51,600,000 but If the walls and framework survived the fire, the damage probably will bo about $500,000. The danger from explosion of the large amount of ammunition stored In the basement threatened throughout the fire. An effort to carry it out, after a hole had been broken in the wall, was futile so firemen laid several lines and flooded the cellar. PORTEltLE HOME RAZED BY FIRE PORTERVILLE, Jan. 13.—The 12- room residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snodgrass, located in an orange grove on East Putnam avenue a mile from the city limits, was burned to the ground early Thursday morning, tog-ether with the most costly furnishings, at an estimated loss of 532,000. Snodgrass carried $10,000 insurance on the house and $EOOO on the furniture. The origin of the flre is unknown, but Jt is believed to have started in the basement from a short In the electric wiring. There was a furnace in the basement, but It had not been used thus far thfs season. is CLUB PARTY Big Attendance Is Expected at Civic Body Play DELANO, Jan. 13.—Advance sale of tickets for the "Community Wedding," benefit farce sponsored by Delano Chamber of Com* merce, Indicates-a record crowd for the performance tonight at B o'clock In the auditorium of De- Jano Joint Union High School* The eight bridesmaids have been picked from the ranks of oil company personnel, the Standard, Union and Shell OH Companies. B. F. Richardson, commander of Merle Re«d post of the AmerU can Legion, will be seen as the "most Important woman In town." Ernest Borel and Sam Valente will be seen as friends of the groom nnd other characters are friends of the bride, parents of the bride and groom, the newspaper reporter and the announcer, Doctor William B. Smith. There will be appropriate music furnished by Miss Dorothy Brunner at the piano, Wlltlam Hallock, violin, and Qua Forsblad, trombone. STERN HAND OF LAW NOS UP 1 K15UNVTT/LE, Jn.n. 13.—All signs botngr right for tho burning of brush, and having plenty of It, Clurenco J. PHSCOC, constublo for the First Judicial district of Kern county, set out on a rerent day to ulenr tibrtlons of his gold ranch west of town. Karly roalir.inj? the task wa.s more than a one-man ohoro, ho returned to Kcrnvllle where ho niado several "arrests." Those "pinched," arriving ut the scene of burning, found tho fire hud accomplished tho necessary labor, arid revealed by the cheerful blaze was material for a bounteous wiener roast. Those enjoying- tho short "sentence" were Mrs. Ida B. .Pascoe, Mr«. Edith Bechtel, Mrs. Lucille Pascoc, Miss Carolyn Pascoe, Jamej* n. Beohtel, C. J. Pascoe and Raymond Pascoe. The party returned* late In tho evening- for cards at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Paecoe. MISS SPEAKER AT SHARER WASCO, Jan. 13.—Eleven tables of bridge were in play at the party held by the bridge section of the Wasco Woman's Club Wednesday evening at the Masonic hall. Prizes for high scores were secured by Misa Cora Fulton and Colver Jones and the second high score went to Miss Faye cm. Rose and blue papers were lighted at each table when refreshments were *erved by the hostesses who were Misses Ethel Rambo and Shyrle Summers, and Mesdames George Waugh, Lester Smith and Robertson. COUGH Real Throat relief) Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVERCOMES BAD BREATH SHAFTER, January 13.—The local home department group met recently at the home of Mrs. E. G. Kolben- stetter. The following ladles were present: Mesdames I*. A. Anderson, H. R. Janzen, A. B. Fox, L,. A. Haydock, J. P. Harris, J. S. Hnrrls, S. A. Camp. Ben Belts, W. ft. Sanderson and Helen Yates. Mis.s Lillian Brinkman, home demonstrator, Instructed the ladles how to conduct and Hervo banquets for large numbers of people. The next meeting- will be held at the home of Mrs. A. B. Fox on February 14. They will have a plant and seed exchange and serve dinner, according: to Miss Brinkman's Instructions. Defer Flight From Paris to Argentina (Attociatcd Preaa Leaped Wire) TSTRES, France, Jan. 13,—Luclen Bossoutrot and Maurice ROHH!, holderH of the world's closer circuit flying record of 6360 miles, decided today to postpone a projected nonstop flight to Buenos Aires until later because of unfavorable weather reports. Tho French flyers hoped to set a world distance record of C500 miles in the flight to South America. No p«ck«fc con- Ulntfcnume"BLUE BLADES" wiku H carries the portrait of Khi 9 C. GillcHc A slight turn of the razor handle instantly adjusts the "BLUE BLADE" to th requirements of your face and beard. This is one of the many important advan- tages that contribute to your » •having comfort when you uae the "BLUE BLADE" THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1933 . , r ". * JOINT CEREMONY HELD BY LO Odd Fellows, Rebekahs Seat Newly Elected Heads at Fellows F13LLOWS, Jan. 13.—Very Impressive was tho Joint ceremony when Nowton Lodge No. -M4, T. O. O. R. and Kimmrltan Kcbekah hodgb No. 55 held their semi-annual Installation recently with C. U Helms, deputy grand master of District No. 76. with his official sulto composed of tho following pnst grands: Wes Pannenter, deputy grand warden; William' Devlno, deputy grand marshal; U A. .Lambert, deputy grand secretary; 'William Brayant, deputy grand treasurer; Fluff Doutou, deputy inside guardian; Virgil Hulter, deputy grand chaplain, Installing for tho Odd Fellows. Mrs* Margaret Qiiurtn of WHPOO, district deputy president of District No. .'(6 of tho Kcbekfllt Assembly of California, assisted by Valeria Swlnk. deputy grand m&renal; Louise Williamson, deputy grand secretary; Edith IlryunU deputy grand treasurer; .ftusle Kyle, deputy Inside guardian; Amelia Unruh, deputy grand chaplain; Isabel Hull, deputy gi«and musician, completed tho official Hulte installing for Urn RebeknhM. Mrs. Edith Bryant sang tho installation ode with Mrs. Hull presiding at the piano. Officers Installed and .seated were Blanche Morgan us past noblo grand for Robokahs, and George MacKay for tho Odd Fellows. Rebekahs: Vivian Utzerath. noble grand; Allda Hylton. vice-grand; Mamie K. Sutllff, recording secretary; L. C. Sut- llff, financial Ronretary; Nora G. Irwln, treasurer; Evelyn G. Towne, rlghjt Hupporter to noble grand; Amelia Floret), left aupporter to noble grand; Winifred ITonnwny, warden; Gladys A. Formwny, conductress; Pearl Parris, chaplain; Etta L, Maygren, Inside guardian; Dora Hedrick, outside guardian; Geraldlne King, right scene Bupporter; Ktta Hall, left scene supporter; Velum U. Allen, musician; 55ada Rathbern nnd Ella iVairey, right and left supporters of the vice-grand. Odd tfellowB officers are: John N. Williams, noble grand; C. P. Kirkpatrick, vlco-grand; L. C. Sutliff, record- Ing secretary; Homer Johnson, financial secretary; J. p. Flores, treasurer; J. B. Irwln, right supporter to noble grand; J. A. Wallace, left supporter to noble grand; Leonard A, Manta, warden; C. A. Lindsay, conductor; F. H, Maygren, chaplain; Oust Johnson, Inside guardian; F. E. Towne, outside guardian; Fred Formway, right scene supporter; Walter Wooten, left scene supporter; J. L. Allen, right supporter to vice-grand; A. T. Denison, left supporter to vice- grand. Mrs. Guerln spoke briefly for the nebekRhs and C. L. Helms for the Odd Fellows. The latter told of the big night in Taft t January 16, when they will Install officers for both lodges, followed by a Wlldey celebration. Mrs. Sutliff presented Mrs, Morgan with her official past noble gift from the Rebekah Morgan expressed her thanks. L. C. Sutliff presented George MacKay with a past grand collar. Past Grand MncKay responded. Mrs. Morgan was presented with an emblematic ring, a gift from her officers, Mrs. Lindsay making tho presentation speech. Mrs. Morgan again responded nnd wished for her successor tho same loyal support from her officers. Mrs. TJtzorath and John X. Williams, newly installed noble grands, f?nve brief addresses. Refreshments were served followed by dancing. - tT -- - - — _ -r -. grand pin, a lodge, Mrs. QUARTERLY MEET AT with its patented s lot. •PTVUITVALR, Jan. 13.— The quarterly business meeting of tho Fruitvale Sunday School was held at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Milts, WcdneBday evening. Miss Grace Keyes was elected superintendent, succeeding Mrs. J. M. Gilbert. Mrs. Paul Krebs la the new asHlstnnt superintendent, UikiiiB the position- of Mra.' CJoodman, who has moved from this district. The following were re-elected: Mrs. A. J. Dixon, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Paul Krebs, musician; Miss Emily Vincent, librarian Mrs. C, V. Clmrnplln will teach the adult Bible clans and the cradle roil, a new department, will havfi as Its superintendent Misa Louise TCrebs. Other matters were discussed and refreshments were served. Those present were Mrs. J. if. Gilbert, Mrs. C. V. Champlin and daughters Edith and Betty, Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Dixon, Juinew Ueiiffan, Mrs. L. J. Vincent and daughter ICmily and son Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Boynton and sona Paul and David, Miss Grace Keyes, Mrs. John Hurrel and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mills and family. Traffic Accident Victim Goes South on had Low the his An- Rubber Goods Hot Water Bottles 69c to $2.50 VI •A s Fountain Syringes 69c to $3.50 Jim. T3—H. 11. Camoron, local more-hunt, who wan uorloiiBly Injured on November 0 when ho was thi'uwu from an automobile ; OulUmi Staff* Highway and frrirturod, him gone to s where ho will bo under the cure iff a pp«i:iultal. Air*. Cameron uccom- itunlL'd hi'r huHbatid untl they -will bo guostH of Mr.'arid Alrn. S. Cameron, parents of the Injured twin. It )« hoped that the chiintce of climate and the treatments will result In a speedy recovery. MRS. REID HOSTESS MeFARUAND, Jan. IB.—Mr*. "W. J. Held entertained a group of friends at her homo on I^ockwood avenue, Thursday. The time was spent sewing ami luncheon was served. Places were marked at the table for Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Reid and Mesdames J. B. Wharton and ISrnest Prows of Belrldge, Mrs. Arch Neul of lSlk Hills, and her mother, Mrs. Sadie Bailey of Beverly I fills. Protect Your Hands With Rubber Gloves, Pair 49c * Kitnball& The Particular Druc;gi»t$ Pftont 53 Phont 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY B«k«, am. STOP Colds Day Don't take chances. .Take two HILL'S CASCARA. QUININE tablets now- follow directions—cold vanishes right away. Millions keep well with CASCARA QUININE OPEN AT "NINE" JANUARY CLEARANCE ¥ SATURDAY ONLY WHITE SHEET LANKETS earance event Satu only. Fine quality white sheet blankets Regularly 9Bc. nit three to customer. one orders. 2x99 Silk Hosiery Day! SATURDAY,SALE f Be Her el Again a great silk hosiery house furnishes a spectacular SATURDAY offering of fine silk hosiery at the lowest price in years. We enumerate: Four - thread sheer and clear all-silk with run-stop tojps; also seven- thread semi-service all-silk with lisle tops. The colors are down to the minute, including Nomad, Cookie, Taupe, Mist, .Brownwood, and a new shade called TOWNWEAR. SATURDAY ONLY the Pair HOSIERY DEFT, MAIN FLOOR THREE-YEAR GUARANTEED BED SHEETS Of high quality sheeting, no dressing, size 81x99, guaranteed for three years' service. SATURDAY ONLY 3 FOR $2.25 FINE RAYON BEDSPREADS These are entirely new, of beau tiful quality and exceptional pat terns. The size is 84x105 inches The regular price, $2.95. SATURDAY ONLY PART-WOOL DOUBLE BLANKETS Size 70x80, a UVj-lb. blanket in paatel plaids, sateen-bound, in gold, green, orchid, roae and blue. Regular ?2.69. SATURDAY ONLY SATURDAY, LAS1* DAY OF THE SALE OF ALL HAND-EMBROIDERED LINENS Hand-embroidered Italian work, also Madeira hand-embroidered pieces and baud-made lace pieces. SATURDAY ONLY SATURDAY MAIN FJ.OOR lle h Wash Frock— r THE SECOND AT REDLICK'S OPEN AT NINE" JANUARY CLEARANCE SATURDAY ONLY 36-INCH FANCY OUTING FLANNEL A good assortment of Stripes and checks and of splendid weight and quality. . . NO LIMIT. MAIN. FLOOR EXTRA!!! . * 'SATURDAY ONLY ; ' NEW SPRING PRINT PERCALES An entirely new shipment of springtime patterns and colors. Crisp new gf 4^ J* merchandise. ^ B V About 2G pieces MAIN FLOOR JANUARY CLEARANCE SATURDAY ONLY R. M, C. SANITARY NAPKINS f • The notion department on the main floor offers this Saturday special for the one day only. Full B\ZQ and full pack. Limit 3. MAIN FLOOR Here They Are! In j ! 'Great Saturday Sale! Every One of Them New Springtime Frocks •+ Over .40 New and Charming Styles From Which-to Choose Something new, something different. The word that we have all beeh waiting for. SPRINGTIME. And with these new dresses there comes all of the spring blossoms one might wisli for . . . 300 new colors and designs. A complete range of sizes from 14 to 52, and all made of famous A. B. C, guaranteed fast-color prints. Do Not Miss This Sale of Delight M Spring Frocks Final Clearance ^^^^^^H^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^B^^M^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^d^^^^«_^^_ d ____i__.^^^A * 4 56 Women's Coats FUR TRIMS AND SPORT STYLES 30 Sport Coats Tn plain colors and tweed mixtures. All wool materials . . . some fur-trimmed. REGULAR $15 VALUES. eautiful Coats - ----^ • • ^— nor -^v ^B- iff, ^m^ .^m H M IV^H "" *-^ ™» ^ ^ ** -^» Sizes range from 14 With luxurious collars of fur and some with fur cuff's. to 48 ... and these are our regular $25.00 coats. SECOND FLOOR Final Clearance Millinery Department TWO GROUPS OF FALL HATS GROUP ONE offers a choice of most every wanted color in fall and winter hats . . ..the values of which were as much as $2.95 each. Choose any one from these tables at GROUP TWO offers a choice of an entire line of $3.95 fall and winter hats, embracing new shades which have just been added to the selection/ One price SATURDAY. SECOND FLOOR i • The January Sale of Fall Dresses CONTINUES ON THE SECOND FLOOR SATURDAY. FORMERLY $12, $15 and $19.75. CLEARANCE PRICE MAIN FLOOR n f Regardless of where you buy your children's shoes, COME TO REDLICK'S FIRST. As these prices, quality considered, cannot be excelled nor equalled anywhere. All standard well-known brands of children's shoes such as EDWARDS, PETERS. ROBIN HOOD, GREAT SCOTT and CRADDOCK'S footwear. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S HIGH LACE SHOES These are offered In any leather including patent, black gunmetal calf, smoke elkskin or tan elk. Any size, 6 to 8—8% to 11 and to 2. Five toe styles. Edwards Shoes at Lower Pric ONLY SHOES FOR THE LITTLE TOTS Those just learning to -walk. Craddock's infants* high lace shoes in all-white, patent leather or smoke elkskin. Sizes 2 to 6. Regular $1.66. SATl ONLY America's finest children, reduced Please remember Any pattern or reserved. 5 to 8. REG. $3.45...for 8% to 11. REG. $3.95...for to 3. REG. $5.00...for footwear for for' this sale. Saturday only. style, nothing $2.45 $3 YOUNG MODERNS' SPORT OXFORDS Styles that .will appeal to and fit the girl. in her teens. Pigskin, two-tone elk, with choice of heels. Leather or composition soles and rubber heels. Also service suede, 2% to 8. SATURDAY ONLY CHILDREN'S PATENT T-STRAP SLIPPERS In dainty dressy ' styles, wide toes, hand-turned soles in patent leather only, in sizes to 11. SATURDAY'S PRICE. Pair BOYS' OUTING ELK SHOES A brown service shoe just th« style that every boy wants, with composition soles and rubber heels. Regular $2.00. BOYS' 1 to 6 MEN'S to 11 A BfG CLEARANCE TABLE OF CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' OXFORDS. These are short lines and incomplete si/e ranges, but a most wonderful Saturday offering involving values up to $2.45. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H ^^^ H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ B ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^B^H^B^^^^^^^^^^H^^A^HfMM|^^^^^^^^^^H^^^Af^H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HI^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^" ' 4 ^ January Clearance Savings — Saturday CLEARANCE SUPS AND SAUCERS Offering live different patterns, all high quality ware. Choice of patterua. SATURDAY ONLY GARMENT BAGS OF CRETONNE Full 60 inches long, made to hold eight garments, with pocket inside for moth balls. • SATURDAY ONLY SHOE BAGS OF CRETONNE A very handy aud serviceable thing to add to the bedroom. These are made of good quality cretonne, priced regular at GOc. SATURDAY ONLY...... mm BACON AND EGG FRYERS These are made of cast aluminum, square in shape, divided into three compartments, to keep bacon and eggs separate while frying. SATURDAY ONLY LAUNDRY BAGS OF CRETONNE Made with draw-string tope, extra good size, and of a good quality cretonne. Regular price is 50c. SATURDAY ONLY GALVANIZED GARBAGE CANS Heavy quality, 20-gallon ai made right and water tight, with raised ventilated bottoms for long service. SATURDAY ONLY JANUARY CLEARANCE SATURDAY , f 100 SPORT BLOUSES The values up to $2.75. Broadcloths, dlthitieu, in varloun wtyles. . . , No phone orders, no- exchanges. SECOND ] ^~ Clearance i 4 m Savings Men's Dep't FOR SATURDAY MEN'S FINE SWEATER COATS \ In the latest knockabout fancy weaves, all pure wool, button styles. These are $7.60 values. SAT'DAY ONLY... MEN'S PULL-OVER STYLE SWEATERS These come In fancy and plain patterns, to be had in either V or crew neck styles, and are all-wool. Values in the group up to $5.00. SATDAY ONLY... A CLEARANCE OF MEN'S OVERCOATS A group of double-breasted models, all-wool, both in plain gray and tan. These are $15 coats. SAT'DAY ONLY.,. COVERT CLOTH SHIRTS A new line and a new value. Full cut, two flap pockets. Sizes f4% to 17, and a regular $1.00 shirt. SATURDAY ONLY BOYS' FANCY OVERCOATS • ^ r For the boy from 2 >o 7 years of age, here is an exceptional value for Saturday. They are all-wool coats. Brown, gray, tan or blue. $7.60 values. SAT'DAY ONLY... MEN'S BEACON BATH ROBES Made of tho genuine Beacon blankets, extra full cut, fancy Bilk braid and good aswort- meut of patterns, iteg. $5.00. SATDAY ONLY... BOYS' TWEED LONGIES The popular trouser nowwith the young man of the hour. Full cut, gray tweeds, with cuffa. Ages 7: to 12 years. SAT'DAY ONLY... GREEN STAMPS the "Buy-Word in a Thousand Homes You Got Them With Every Purolitiwe at REDLICK'S •* - ^ I i

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