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•*• -•- T" 1 ' T h 7 -, • THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1FORN1AN', TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, JOJJ3 ' - i TY EW - ?' rj •- i ENJlt PARTY AMILLE CLUB by WjE, Jan. . 17.—Sponj Mr. and, Mrs. H. §. Blalno.and and Mrs, Ernest" Barker, the party held at tho clubhouse of tho Soil them California Edison* Company at KI13, Saturday night, greatly out- TVimbcred- In, attendance any social gathering/ hold in this section for sottfo ^inrio. Diversified amusements included dancing-, music and cards. In tho latter, John Potter nnd Mrs. Bob Reynolds were prize winners. An excellent lunch was scrvdd. Those xjomprlslng- tho party were: Messrs, and Mesdames John Potter, C. C. Ticlienor, Al Lofgrcn, Kills Byrom, Clyde Barboau, Waldo TClllH, Ned Carnlck and Jack Chrlstenncii, all of Kernville; Mr. and Mrs. Bcn-AVorth of Boret; Mr. and Mrs. Jim "Robertson of Weldon; Messrs, and Mcsdnmes Ross Trumbull, O. R. Margcnthalor, A. ^fisilentarlo and Howard Fulton of KR3; Mr. and Mrs. Qus Suhrc of Isabella; Mrs. Bob Reynolds nnd Mrs. Ed Kowln of Borel; Mrs. Dollyc Kislier and Mrs. Lillian Parr of KU3; Misses Barbara Tlmmons, Dorothy T<ovall, Gaylo Mendelssohn, ISlounor Potter, Florence O'Brien and Annn Peterson of Kernville; ISlsto Price and Bevcrloy Mergenthaler of KR3; Miss Evelyn Robertson and Miss Alice Nichols of the South Forlc; Misn Marie Keyset* of Borel; Messrs. Ullly Melton and Recce t*ovall of Kcrnvlllo; Sam Vezzo of KR3J..BUI Williams, Wink Chappcl and Bill Chappcl of the youth Fork, and Ixirun Suusceir of Trona. Army Flyer Guest at Mar i cop a Party --.. jL r ' J L MATUCOPA, Jan. 17.—Miss EHzabolh Muiidttiff .entertained at the home "of i r her parents, Mr. and Mrs, L. H. Mun- at Kcrto, Friday evening In • ( • honor of her brother Louis, who is * visiting at the home of his parents from Rockwell Field, San Diego, where he is a member of the United StaleH Army Air Corps. 'Tho evening was spent playing bridge and gaino8.\Flrst prize were awarded to Monica' pancey and Joe McMillan for high bridgo scores, and consolation prized to Helen Mooro and Bob Sisley. Refreshments were served to Helen Moore, Virginia Bond, Monica Dancey v Joe McMillan, Frank Anderson, Hob 'stsley, and the hostess, Miss Munding and the guest of honor. ' , • . DELANO PAR1Y DE LUNCHES SPEAKER CH TAF1 DELANO, Jan. 17.—Members of Chbptor DE, P. E. O..Sisterhood, motored to -Bakersfleld on Saturday where their regular meeting was held. Luncheon was-at Hotel El Tejon. Covers were laid for members and their guests, and 'places wore marked for Mesdumes Joan Jngclow, n, Smith, Claud Blodgctt, Hallle Porsey Hoy, Cecil Jones, Fred Porter and Miss Eydthe Howell, all of Bakersfield. Mesdames J. H. Gauge, E. B. Armstrong, Lester Kigrgens and Annie Jones, all of Earltmart, and Mesdames John Speer, George W. McClln- tick, William Hallock, Ernest Ramsay, Hay Gllbraith, Vcra Beall Cobb and George Osner of Delano. After luncheon adjournment was at the home of Mrs. Cecil Jones, where the business session was held. During the program hour, Mesdnmes William Hallock and Cecil Jones entertained with piano numbers and others provided stunts, stories and readings. • REBEKAHS HOLD MEET TAFT, Jan. 17.—Taft Rcbekuh Lodge No. 343, met In the Odd Fellows hull Friday evening with a large attendance. After the business meeting the lodge was entertained by the noble grand, Mrs. Lena M. Russell, this bo- ing her Ia8t meeting as noble grand. After refreshments were served, the hostess entertained with Jive hundred. First prize went to Mir. Nora Irwln; Mrs. Maggie Young, uecoiid; Frank Maygren, men's first; William Graham, second, and Mrs. Martha Duf- fln Watktns, draw prize. Tuft Odd Fellows and Taft Ttcbckiihs will install ofCtcera Jointly tonight. ..SIERRA LEAGUE MEETING SHAFT 13R, .Tun. 17.—A meeting was held lust night at tho high school by the Sierra League ufflciuta. The purpose of. the meeting wan buslno.sa of lbt> present .baHkvLbull KOUHOII. Tho.se present were* 15. J. Vccry, Jainea Wll- aon, Robert L. CJate.s. ail of Shafter; K. P. JurioM mid '/.. L. Williamson of McFarland. William XobU* of Marl- vopa, and Paul Wise of • TAFT, Jan, 10.—Doctor Harvey L. Eby,. professor of education nt U. C. L. A. ( will .be tho speaker at the Lincoln School commencement exercises for tho mid-year graduating class on January 20. His topic will bo "Amer- ica's''Faith In Education." Doctor Eby Is considered one of tho best spoakers In the state. Tryouts for speakers at tho commencement exercises of tho mid-year graduating class of - tho Lincoln School wore held recently among tho graduates. The exercises will bo held January 28 In the .school auditorium. Three students were selected for the finals, Jane Qoffeo, Margaret Faughn and George Schonely. These students will write an original address of welcome and the representative then will be selected. Von James, Miss Barbara Borden and E. J. Cuthbortson aro judges of tho hearing. DELANO, Jan. 17.—The first card party sponsored by Delano Exchange Club will be given on Wednesday night In the Woman's Club house. The Exchange Club plan to hold a series of these parties to raise money, for the undernourished children of the schools, many of whom irome to school without lunches. . The club women have donated tho club house, and prizes have also been donated. The committee In charge of arrangements Includes Leslie Adams, Arthur F:i4'lo and 12. A. Roberts, 'The second party will 'follow within a few weeks. SORORITY ENTERTAINS TAFT, Jan. 17.—Gamma Kappa Phi sorority entertained their husbands and friends Saturday night at thej home of Miss Phyllis Adklsson: The' evening 1 'was pleasantly gassed by playing cards. First prize was awarded to Mrs. Don Gray and .men's first to Kenneth Prlvett. Consolation prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Verne Mullen. Dainty refreshments were served, after which the pledges, (ho Misses Phyllis Adklason, Lorabcth Daniels and Sarah Taylor, were called upon . to sing. Mm. Don Gray and Miws Geneva Kcan also sang popular Hongs, after 1 which several interesting guinea were played. Those present Messrs, and Mesdames Vincent , Cecil Lewis. Verne Mullen, Drtn (iray. Bud Simpson, Louis Orion'; the Ml.ssea Geneva Kean, Phyllis AdklbHon, Lorabeth Daniels, Sarah Taylor, and Messrs. George Mills, Kenneth Prlvett, Donald Welsh .and Tommy Burns. High School Pupils Register>at Shafter I ,„.• I.. N ...•* t t SHAFTER, Jan. 17. — Temporary registration of students for tho spring semester was completed yesterday in the high school. The largest number of new students that has ever .come in for the spring term signed up. 'IT.. J. Peery, principal, Is beginning civics as part of the new program. This subject, as taught by Mr. Peery, will take up some of the popular questions of American government at the present time, Some of these will cover Immigration, the gold standard; financial problems, and relative subjects. IOWANS ON VISIT McFiARLAND, Jan. 17.—M r. and Mrs. R. T. C. Bartman of Fort Madison, Iowa, called on Mr. and Mrs. Tod Garrett at their horn© liere Saturday. They were friends when both families lived in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. % Bartman have been spending a vacation in the southern part of the state and were en route to Stockton to visit relatives before returning to Iowa. PARTY FOR NEWLYWEDS MARICOPA, Jan. 7.—Marguerite Hudson entertained Saturday night ut the Pulcto School in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stubbleflcld, who were recently ma'rried In Arizona. The young couple was presented with a chest of silver. Mrs. Stubblefleld will bo remembered as Miss Anona Gill of Taft, a graduate of the Taft Union Hijrh School. PLAN MEET TONIGHT Plan Baby Clinic at Delano Friday K DELANO, Jan. 17.—The monthly well baby conference will bo hold hero on Friday of this week beginning at I o'clock. It will bo held at, the American Legion hall with a committee from the "Woman's Auxiliary of the Merle Reed Post, of the American "Legion, assisting the doctor and nurses. Dr. Madge Schlotthaucr of Bakersfield will conduct the conference nnd will bo assisted by two county nurses. Mothers are Invited to bring their babies for examination, consultation and corrective diet and other help. AGENDA CLUB ELECTS TAFT, Jan. 17,—Annual election of officers was held at the homo of Alice Hamlln at the regular meeting of the Agenda Club. The officers are Myrtle Moodle, president; Alice Hamlln, vice- president; Mumio Sutllff, secreViry, and Minnie Devlin, 'treasurer. A handkerchief shower was tendered to Paulino Wright, past president, following the election. Those who enjoyed the afternoon wore Alice Humlin, Paulino Wright, Myrtle Moodle, Minnie Devlin, Martha Constable, Alice Castle, Mary Campbell, Daisy Carr, Mary Kaufman, Koo Cole, Zllla McGrny, Mamie Sultlff and Mathilda Fry. DELANO, Jan. 17.—The Standard Bearers, high school and junior college missionary group, will hold their regular monthly meeting .tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John O. Shine on Lexington street. The group wlU gather at 6:30 for a covered dish supper. The business session will follow, and after that the program wiy be given. Mrs. H. F. Shultz, adviser, will give the program. It will center about the second chapter of the study book, "Lady Fourth Daughter of China." There will be singing and a devotional hour. PLAN JOINT CEREMONY JTAFT, Jan. 17.—Plans have been completed for the joint Installation on January 27 of Taft Lodge No. 300, Knights of Pythias, and Pythian Sisters. The affair will' bo open to Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sisters and invited guests. A dance will follow the Installation ceremonies. Officers of Taft Lodge No. 300, to bo installed arc W. W. Talmadgc, chancellor commander; T. L. Peden, vice-chancellor; William B. Calvert, prelate; Jess Burlcson. master-alarms; Fred Garner, inner guard; Albert Cooper, outer guard; H. A. Wood, master of work; Harry Harper, keeper of records and seals; M. E. Fletcher, master of finance; D. T. Cool, master of exchequer; E. G. Daum, Emll Plathe and F. T. Willis, trustees. TAKEN TO DELANO HOSPITAL DTSLANO, Jan. 17.—T. Tomokacu, bookkeeper at Camp No. 3, Storm "Vista ranch of tho Earl Fruit Company, was brought to Delano Hospital early Monday morning Buffering with a severe hemmorlmgo 'of tho nose, Bleeding had boon In progress several hours before the patient was brought to the hospital and all first aid methods of Tomokacu and his friends wore of no avail. Ho Is 66 years old, but unless heart complications set In no serious consequences are anticipated. Mrs. Ruth Frank of tho hospital staff has been placed on special duty for Frank Chevalier, while Mrs. Veru Willlnms Is tajclng Mrs. Frank's duties, and Mrs. George Hess is doing night special duty. GIVE DINNER PARTIES MCFARLAND, Jan. n.—Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Janes entertained at their homo on Lock wood avenue with h number, of delightful dinner parties for several of their friends. Friday evening their guests wore Mr. and Mrs. Z. L. Williamson, Saturday evening they entertained for Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Broad well and their daughter Helen. Sunday their guests Included Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Oarrard and their daughter Francos. Mrs. McFarland Is Hostess at Bridge Jan. 17.—Entertaining at her homo on Robertson avenue Saturdary evening, Mrs. M. B. McFarland was hostess to the members of her Shafter bridpo club, and McFarland friends. A desert luncheon was served at a large table which was appointed with seasonal berries and greenery and candelabra burned during the luncheon. After the bridge games, high score prize was awarded to Mrs. Glen Nay. Guests who enjoyed the evening with Mrs. McFarland were Mrs. Earl Terry of Wasco; Mesdamos J. B. Henderson, Glen'Nay, O. T. Olsen, Henry Neufold of Shafter; Mrs. F. W. Dickinson and Mrs. U, C. Allen. * • ' t ri i ,": Indian Lore Will Topic at Shafter SHAFTER, Jan. 17.—Frank F. Lntta will speak at tho next Woman's Club meeting to be hold tomorrow at the oluh house. He will choose . some Phase of San Joaquln valley Indian life as his subject. Mr. Latta Is well versed In Indian lore of this locality. The hostesses for this meeting will be: Mesdames Mary Luders, T. L. Kinyon, T. V. Llttln. and G, E. Llndqulst, PRIZE PLliY ML BE REPEATED BY CASf TAJTT, Jan. 17.—Efforts of the Taft Union High School Dramatics Club were accorded second ranking In tho annual San Joaquln valley one-act play tournament conducted last week and concluded Saturday night at Fresno under the auspices of the Fresno State College. In addition to this, a Taft student and member of the cast presented by the high school. Ervln Schllchten, gave the finest individual acting performance and the best performance of the tournament., for which he received a beautiful sliver trophy. Miss Virginia Llsmari and Keith Bright also competed for this honor, Taft being the only school with all cast members recognized thusly. The Taft students, Mtsa Virginia Llaman, Keith Bright and Mr. Schllch/ ten, presented Colvin Clements' "Across the Border," under the direction of Raleigh Borell, dramatics coach, and with the assistance of Miss Alma Stelnlnger. Ten schooia competed In the tournament, Ulvcrdalt* High presented the winning play. Tho performance will bo presented to students and residents of Taft next Friday morning at 0:45 o'clock at the ,Taft Union High School auditorium during a pay assembly. ..' I S ,* • i - • « » Only the combined genius ofWfalter P. Chrysler and the'Dodge Organization could have Ifuilt this big New Dodge Six at such a price ' W ORLD-FAMOUS AUTHORITIES -national celebrities—as well * as noted experts on speed, performance, beauty and vjdue—were asked to see and test the amazing New Dodge Six .. . And how they rayed! "Congratulations, Mr. Chrysler!" "Congratulations, Dodge!" From everywhere came the v same enthusiastic acclaim. • Only the combined . genius of Walter P. Chrysler and the great Dodge organization could have built such a sensational car at such an unbelievably low price. * Automatic dutch optional. All o/oaed models wired for Tranuitone Radio. Sit behind the wheel of this new Dodge Six! Feast your eyes on its luxurious interior . . , its stunning features. And then drive it. A mile a minute in second—like a shot in high. And smooth atanyspeed.Novibration with Floating Power engine mount ings. And so easy to handle. No clutch to bother with. It's entirely automatic.* No grinding of gears, no noise. They're quiet in every speed, including reverse. Special 'Oilite' 1 springs with covers can't squeak. You're safe in a Dodge, too. Secure. Its Mono-piece body is all steel. No f wood, np glue. Its sturdy double* drop, bridge-type frame is ten times as strong as ordinary frame construction. With its low center of gravity you can scoop sharp turns with safety. Duplate safety plate glass windshield . . . anti* glare, shatterproof. And the hydraulic brakes! Always equalized, they stop on a dime .. . less danger of skidding. Go to a Dodge dealer today. Find out how easily you can own this new Dodge Six. Examine it; give it the acid test. See for yourself. Dodge Six Coupe J5P5 . . Coupe with Rumble Seat $640 . Sedan (shown above) f 670 . . Convertible Coupe $693 . . -• Salon Brougham $660 , . 4-Door AH prictt f* o. b. factory, Detroit new AKERSFIELD GARAGE AND AUTO SUPPLY CO. Twentieth Street, From G to H Streets WITH FLOATING POWER _^ . _ . * • Costs so little more than the lowest-priced* cars »;**>*•* * . -. - * -. - L ' - • • - * ',- -, ' £ •* • .- AND UP F. O. t. FACTORY DETRblT Buy American"—This slogan that is spreading throughout the country like wild fire is no Ballyhoo—it's just common American good sense and Brock's wants it known that they are behind it 100 per cent Perhaps you're like us—in a daze, writing (that's us)—and reading, (that's you)—so many gloomy ads that take themselves seriously—being that way we turn to the ridiculous—we don't know if this Ballyhoo ad will sell anything, even if il doesn't and makes you smile, we feel we liuvc done something—so that's that. We invite men and boys only—also ladies to come and sec the lowest prices ever seen at Brock's—remember Wednesday only—also Thursday. Something Free! People always want something for nothing—and never get it—not this time either. Here's the catch, you have to buy a dollar's worth in our Toiletries Department and then we give you a guest size tube of Bost Tooth Paste—the smokers' friend— also used by those who don't smoke. py d ntlnues n offe Special for men only—and ladles that have husbands who are always kicking holes In their socks—don't darn 'em, buy new ones. Fancy rayons and other kinds (we've forgotten their names, but they'll last one day at least, maybe a yea/ (If you keep them In a box) nee me In nd i u I we won't me In you m n irs for 94 c Snozzle Dusters i Two-tone handkerchiefs In soft (?) colors like Kelly Green and Red, Orange and Royal, etc.—hand-blocked speak for themselves. patterns that 25c Quality for 17 c Stripes for Put stripes on your boys kind he likes, bright ones Pullover Sweaters—and get dizzy looking at them. Sizes 2 to 8 years. ' 79c Quality for 59 c neve n back, but the In Turtle-Neck we ur rea n •wea u'll yer ave wo roja popu ew n n tan rown an na f Glovetex Pajamas Also Gowns If you llko 'em—we guess they fit like a glove, anyway we know they're soft and all decorated up to look nice and the price Is way down to where anyone can afford to buy them. Sizes 15, 16, 17. In pink, tea rose anti orchid. $2.19 Quality for $1.79 nstairs New Coats for Old. We're not giving away new coats for old but we can tell you how to make your old coat like new—and we won't charge for the Information—gut a new fur collar on It and hey presto, just as smart as the next. Of course we have to charge you for the fur but It will be so little you'll do It—and thank us—Kit Caracul, Krlmmer, Manchu- rlan Wolf, Coney, Fox, Opossum and Beaverette— ^ f||f 3 VII Regular Prices i H Brock's—Main Floor h no rso U Ion, we rea mow your wan ave In w ur kn n see Fac m passe Dupllc ma we and wear anoe n roc un m rown n our classes? Second Floor hur Men! Better We've got a lot of men's pajamas that haven't moved since they came In—they're even too lazy to crawl up on you—of course, with names tike Faultless and Vatco on them and such a ridiculously low price they ought to go out flying on Wednesday or Thursday at the latest. $2.50 Values for $ 1.65 Shirts Shorts Athletic men and those who are developing a waistline can be fitted In these Manhattan Shirts and Shorts—they're made for comfort no matter what your size. Shorts sizes 30 to 44. Shirts sizes 34 to 46. The shorts are of-fancy broadcloth and the shirts of white Swiss rib cotton or lisle. 39c Each or 3 for $1 Separate Pants We've got a group of pants—two groups in fact—that we're tired of looking at and will be glad to get them off our hands and on to your legs—they're wool pants and should wear hard—they were too hard to sell at regular prices so now we offer them to you cheap. The $9.50 ones for $5.45, and the $5.00 ones for • • v> • • ^ • • • $3. Men's Shop—Main Floor 1783 Yards Percales Come In and measure the bolts If you don't believe us—we've got a different story this time, here's something we're proud of and like to rave about—they're new and we Just love them—guaranteed 80-Bquare, guaranteed tubfast and sunfast and PRESHRUNK! New spring patterns and plain colors— Only I2 1 / 2 c a Yard How to Keep Warm In one lesson—Use Sheet Blankets and get them big enough so your feet don't stick out from down under—we have 'em, 70x99 inches. All white, soft fleecy nap and cheap —we could easily get a lot more, but we want to make a lot of new friends these Ballyhoo Daze—and so they're— Only 69 c Each See the lOc Table One of the chief attractions In our Downstairs Store Is a table laden with yardage goods at 10c a yard. Look at what you can buy—36-Inch Challles; 36-Inch Striped Out- Ings; 36-Inch Percales; 36-Inch Unbleached Indian Head Muslin; 36-Inch Cretonnes; 36- Inch Hope Muslin; 16-Inch Kitchen Toweling. \ Make Your Comfort Making a comfort's fun—and don't we all like to play once in a while—this fun gets your something, that's the difference—cozy wool batts, full comfort size, 72x90 Inches, one and a half pounds weight. Nice creamy white wool. Only $ 1.00 Each Brock's—Downstairs Store PROGREI-HVE JTORE - BAKER/FIELD • • i i • j. -• - * • t 4 I r J

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