The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 18, 1933 · Page 4
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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, January 18, 1933
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. ' I '" 1 ' \ f T f f f t THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18» 1933 , '' ';•'» 7^' '" ™", • ;!">'"$< ' T ^, ', " , *"b i * ,!*• V ' SOCIAL LIST COMMITTEES FOR 1933 DUTIES President Makes Trade Talk Given of Soroplimists Appointments; Announcement of the. lO.'t.l rmnmltteo roster was miuln today Ipy Airs. Ruth Lane, president, following lust night's meeting of (lie B«kfrsfli-ld Sot-optimist club. The Kcp.slnn wnh In tin; form of a dinner ut Hotnl Id IVjon. Mrs. Marguerite Follan«boi', junior past president of the club, snve :i trade talk describing the work of a land office attorney. Miss? Oenevleve Howcll, a student at Miss Murtin's school of the d.-inco, entertained with nn oriental symbolic. dance. The committees named by Mr*. I/!inc am as follows: Service — Miss Anna Maud Anderson, chairman; Mrs. Ordoll IV.iU, "Dr. Lu- clllo May, Ml.s.s Nellie Uenalow. Civic — Mr*. Mary I'nme .diirrard. chairman; Mrs. .Pearl Ferguson, and Mrs. Lennioe Kyraud. Ways and Means — Mrs. Orace. Cowart, chairman; Mrs. Mulllo Cniln, lOlea- nor Wedge, Chloe Juiu-s and Miss Lillian Brlnkman. Program — -Ml.ssrs Helen Kllzahcth Martin, chairman; Ann Holgcrann, Ruth Harding and Mrs. Alberta Smith. Dinner and Attendance — Mrs. Kdnu Scott. Music — Mrs. T'eurl Smith, chairman; Mrs. Alberta Smith, Mrx. Mury Crane. Oarrard, Mrs. Maud Uohb, Mrs. Pearl Ferguson anct Mls.s Cornelia Ball. Publicity — Mrs. Lean Turner, chairman; Mrs. Terese Brown and Mrs. Zclla Lufkin. Courtesy — Mrs. Mary Tleok, chairman; Mrss. Terese Urown and Mrs. Trlcy Bewick. Birthday— Mrs. Ted Bcnzlnn, chairman; Mrs. Kva Glaascock and Mrs. Maud Robb. Classification — Doctor Inez .Smith, chairman; Mrs. Chloe Jones and Misa Martha Koeiner. Bylaws — MI?B Dorothy Knrle. Sergeants-at-arms — Mrs. Mao lid- wards and Mrs. Eleanor Wedge. At the meeting last night, the members endorsed the petition designed to gain protection of the wild flowers of Kern county, K. of C. Will Meet Thursday Night at Hall Members of the Knlghto of Columbus will meet on Thursday evening when the main points of the national program will be presented It wns announced today by Rny Holmes, grand knight. A valley meeting was held last night nt Taft and a large number attended from Bakersfleld. A (special entertainment will he featured Thursday evening, and refreshments will be served. JAYSEE STUDENTS ENJOY O.E.S. LEADER TO BE RECM HERE Five Chapters to Unite in Big Reception Dated for January 23 HEAD OVER HEELS IN LOVE! Mrs. Grace Richardson Butterfleld of Sun Francisco, worthy grand matron of tho slato of California, Order of tlie Eastern Star, will bo received by tho four Kakorsfleld clmpters and Delano chapter, O. IS. b'., January 23, here. She will be accompanied by a distinguished coterie of grand officers; the affair will be a brilliant one, opening with a banquet at Kl Tojon at 6:.'!0 o'clock In the Spanish ballroom, ufter which work will be exemplified at the Masonic temple. Security Chapter, No. 4M, will bo thp hostess unit, the other entertaining chapters Including Bakersfleld No. 123, Llberntas No. 362, Calcndonla No. R91, and Delano Chapter No. 146, of Delano. All Eastern Stars are being Invited. Mrs. Jessie M. Kurz Is worthy matron of Security Chapter. Matrons of other chapters who are assisting her on the committee Include Mrs. Mabel Doughty, Mrs. Anna Mnller, Mrs. Elsie KuPhn and JIlus Edith Nlll of Dolnno. Mrs. Doughty and Mrc. Adelaide constitute tho committee on decora- liens. Saxophone Band and Small Orchestra Entertain at Meeting Uk'k Lowe und Ms Hakersfleld .Tun-, lor ColU-K" entertainers Moored u popular lilt with their performances at a meeting of the Junior college Htudont liody this morning. Coming nn a prelude to the period of final examinations, tho program sent the students to their various fntos tho bettor for an hour of laughs and excellent music. Glenn Bultman, student body president, Kavo several announcements concerning activities, then turned the meeting over to Mr. ~,owe, as master of ceremonies, and the vaudeville artists. One of the most popular features wns tho saxophone band. Including Robert Hums, Walter Neuman, Will- Inm Oarrlott, Carlos Scales, Hobert Hocking, Oeorge Caldwell and Bob Kitchen. Enjos'ablo contributions to tho entertainment were mado by a girls' trio, Including Misses Mary Lowe, Frances Weaver and Edna Ovurton; an accordion duo, Mrs, Olive James and Miss Frances Overton, and the comedians, Donald Hunter, Harold Fox and Harold Oarlock. . A. small orchestra of junior college musicians furnished the musical background for all of tho program, comic relief for tho dancers and Jokesters and able accompaniment for other numbers. Members of tho orchestra were Misses Doris Hancock, Mary Alice Emery, Elma Dunn, Kllcn Kerr, Elva Kerr, Virginia Dougherty and Genevleve Kratka, Jack Dougherty, Llslon May, Rees Hecs, John Snyder and Uoy Boultlnghouse. Ruth Circle Will Serve Luncheon Roast pork and candied yams will b« the piece do resistant-,, u-ht-n Hutli Circle Of First Christian Church sponsors a luncheon from Tl:!!o tu l:;!i) o'clock Thursday at First Christian Church, corner i>f Sixteenth and 1 streets. Other delU-ious vlanrls are promised, and the cost Is to be small, officers announce. Mrs. W. H. Kly, chairman. Is being assisted on .arrangements by a committee of assistants. * « » FARM GROUP MEETING RIO BRAVO, Jan. IS.—Mrs. Carl Miller will be hostess to tho larlles of the Klo Bravo home department on Thursday afternoon at l:o(i o'clock., The subject will, b,- "Water Softeners." Mls.s Lillian Krinkman will Itail the discussion. Student Body Plans to Elect Leaders S1IAFTEK. Jim. 18.—Midyear clec- tion.s of student body officers are imminent at the local high school. A nominating commlttoo lins licen formed which consists of Raymond Xeufcldt, Perry I'otttr. Raymond Mettler, AVUlenc- Camp, Bob .McClnln, Albert Peters, FrancUs Midgeley »nd Murray Arnold, fhalrman. Tlio duties j of this committee (ire to choose candidates for each office and manage the election. Visitors Feted at Taft Dinner Party TAFT, Jan. 18.— Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crow entertained at a dinner party recently for Mrs. J. F. Crow of Licking, Mo., who has been visiting at Ventura and Bakorsfield this winter. The crowd was augmented later in the afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Wll Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Kofuhl and Miss Sally DeForest. The dinner guests included Messrs and Mesdames R. F. Crow, J. T. Llght- ner and family, Roy Freeland, Morril Jturbo, Ira Sldden, Esty Kofahl mid family, Kay Gill and family und Wilson Shlrrel and family. LADIES' AID MEETING Members of the Ladles' Aid Society of First Congregational church will meet Thursday afternoon at '2 o'clock for it short business session. At 3 o'clnrk tliP member? will visit the protective milk plant at Ooode'a dairy on the Stine i-nul. Transportation will be furnished. Rebekah Lodge 1933 Committees Name<3 Committees for the term were ap pointed last night when tho firs meeting -of liukersficld Rebekal Lodge, No. 47, under the new admin Istratlon waa held at tho I. O. O. F hall. Mrs. Florence Vlou, noblo gram outlined work for the coming months On Tuesday evening at S o'clock inilillc card party will bo held a tho Odd Fellows hall with Mrs. Ad Stewart as chairman. After being tossed from a horse and landing In a Philadelphia hospital, a young sportsman who described himself as H. Montgomery Vander-Poel, son of a millionaire rancher of Corpus Christ!, Texas, declared he had renounced his heritage to pay court to Miss Elsie M. Clark, with'whom he's pictured here. Cut off from a parental allowance, he declared he had sold his string bf polo ponies to finance the courtship, and had been a guest In the Qermantown home of Miss Clark's mother. KITCHEN y SISTER MARY B UST days of early autumn make tho home-maker eager for shortcuts In the preparation of meals. Simple desserts that take almost no time to make but are festive looking will answer tho sweet problem. While any of the following desserts can bo made entirely with homemade Ices and cakes, they can also be made with commercial products with excellent results. The ready-to-use materials are a great convenience and time-saver, for no preliminary preparation is required. Chocohxto cream roll is one of the easiest desserts to make, but it has the effect of being elaborate and" tricky. It can be served within an hour after making or It can ripen In the refrigerator for 10 hours or longer. You simply spread chocolate wafers with sweetened, whipped cream and pile them In a tall utack. About 18 wafers will bo needed for a family of GERMANY TO BE NEXT OJB TOPIC Sam Hume Is Speaker Before College Women's Group at Dinner Session William Van Ewert, a Inember of the local junior college faculty, will be tho speaker on "The Political Crisis" In Germany at the next meeting of the local College Women's Club on February,, 11. The program will be sponsored by the International relations section of the club, It was announced last night by Mrs. James K. Thrasher, president. Sam Hume, executive secretary of the California Council of Oriental Relations, spoke before tho local group at a dinner meeting held at the First Baptist Church on the topic, "A Square Deal In tho Pacific." For* Repeal The speaker argued In favor -of the repeal of tho restriction clause described as discriminatory against tho Japanese that Is Incorporated In tho United States Immigration control act of 1924. Tho speaker Bald, "This Is the era of the Pacific. Upon our attitude to tho orient depends our future prosperity and well being. The whole question la one of feeling, national pride and honor being Involved. Good will Is Just as valuable an asset In the 'life of nations as It Is In the lives of Individuals." He characterized Japan as a stabilizing Influence In the orient and the only organized government capable of coping with the encroachments of Soviet Russia In China. Hugh Jewett of Bakersfleld Is the local member of the council. Violinist pleases Carlysle Nelson of Vlsalla, an Instructor for the Institute 'of Musica Education, won an appreciative re sponso from his audience with four violin numbers Including the Hande Sonata In A Major, the Preludlum anc Allegro (Pugnanl.Krelsler); "Rondlno' (Beethoven-Krelsler) and La Gitana (Krelsler). The young pianist re vealed a smooth technique that elicited a delicacy of tone particularly notice able In the Intricate patterns of .the preludlum and allegro and In the ron dlno. The violinist was given a com potent accompaniment by David Bacon at the piano. 0. O. F. Dance • Kern Lodge No. 202, I. O. O. P., Will ponsor a dance Saturday night a't 10 Odd Follows hall at It-o'clock. A mail admission charge will bo made, Tho function Is open to the public; inslo will bo furnished by a six-piece rchestra. avsnder Club Lavender Club will meet Thursday t 2 o'clock at tho home of Mrs. L. Clausnltzer, 2405 San Emldlo treot, with Mrs. George Schmidt ns ohostcss. ,a estrella Club ' Officers will bo elected when La Istrella Club holds a potluck luncheon t 1 o'clock Friday at the homo of Irs. J. L. Sullivan, 1622 Bealo avenue. Irs. Charles Martin will preside. She has t but not what you think . . . After one dance they pass her up. They forget that rose-petal skin, those dreamy eyes, her agreeable manner, her grace on the dance floor . . . She has "IT," all right — but not what you think! AVOID OFFENDING Underthings absorb perspiration odor— Protect daintiness this easy 4-minute way Avoid ordinary gonpn — cukes, powders, chips. These often contain harmful alkali -which -weakens threads, fades color. Lux has no harmful alkali. Anything safe iu water alone is safe in Lux. Wagh after each wearing. One tablespoon of Lux does one day's undies . . . Blockings, too! Use lukewarm water—Lux difsolveB instantly in it. Squeeze ends through fabric, rinse twice. •••-^'. W HAT A SHAME that she ruins her great charm by this undesirable "it"— perspiration odor ... the stale hint that comes when lingerie isn't quite fresh. Why doesn't she protect her daintiness— and her popularity—Lux underthings after each wearing? All healthy people perspire, frequently over a quart a day, though many never even feel sticky. Underthings absorb this perspiration, hut Lux removes it, takes away odor completely. Saves color and fabric. And it takes only 4 minutes, or less! our. Two-thirds to three-fourths cup hipping cream will make enough fter It Is whipped to spread over the •afers and cover the tops and aides f the rolls. When ready to serve, cut slices diagonally In order to show he layer effect. Ginger wafers can be sed In place of chocolate If a spicy ffect Is wanted. An attractive way to serve fresh rult and cake Is to spread the top and sides of plain cup cakes with jelly. Sprinkle with shredded cocoanut and op with whipped cream. Arrange a circle of sliced peaches or other fruit .round the base of the cake. If you like to serve your desserts n one large form rather than Individual service, this same Idea can be curled out with a sponge cake or angel ood. Cover top and sides of cake with elly and sprinkle with shredded co- oanut. Top with whipped cream and irrange a circle of fruit around base of ake. This, of course. Is served on a arge flat plate or glass tray and each person helps himself. v Another cake and fruit dessert uses he Juice of fruit to advantage. A iquare of sponge or other plain "cake s moistened with fruit juice and a wllce of the fruit Is placed- on the cake. Che whole Is garnished with whipped cream and a contrasting fruit. An ice cream or sherbet can be used In place of whipped cream. For instance, If you u«e canned peaches, fill the cavity of each peach with raspberry sherbet. Try pistachio Ice cream with canned pineapple. Tomorrow's Menu Breakfast — Chilled tomato juice, cereal, cream, sauted eggplant, muffins, milk, coffee. Luncheon — Club sandwich, cup cakes with peaches, milk, tea. Dinner — Veal and ham pie, mixed vegetable salad, chocolate cream roll, milk, coffee. Honored at Surprise Party Miss Sally Degicr was honored at surprise party arranged recently by group of friends at her home, 2301 street. Dancing and games were th diversions during the evening, and supper was served late in the evening Mrs. Ethel Woodson assisted in serv Ing. Sharing the occasion were: Misses— Jean Baldwin Patty Curran Nellie Nicholson Leon Jordan Catherine Price Jessie Lee Hub- Dolores Massey bard Rose Apsley Martha Apsley Jean Woodson Irene Young Messrs.— Louis Degler Gus nees Lee Gadberry Johnnie Snyder Jay Rees Jack Uees Howard Perm Al Ackerman North Hathaway Kenneth Mc- Bill Sheffield Cardie FRATERNAL , I. A. to B. of L. B. Pachecq Division No. 839, O. I. A, to 10 B. of L. B. i will hold a social eetlng Thursday at Druids' hall at 1 clock. Luncheon will bo served at o'clock. A regular meeting will illow. • . . USHERS TO GIVE "FOLLIES" ACT Election, Installation Juveniles of tho Degree of Honor 'rotectlve Association will meet Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the Moose hall. Election and Installation cffk-ers is planned. Luncheon will served at noon. Mrs. Klla M. •leath, Juvenile director, Is Inviting he mothers of members to attend. SCHOOUEAOERS BACK Ff M MEET Healy and Spindt Take Part in Discussion of Improved Control of Finance .ively Presentation Given by "Chorines Monday NiglH to Be " Next The "Follies of 1933" to bu presented at tho Bakersfleld Woman's Club will be graced by a bevy of pulchrltudln'ous -chorines that wuuVl make a Zlegfold selection look liko comic valentines, It was reported today by those who have p6okcd In at rehearsals that have been taking place at tho'club. It Is rumored that the chorus girls are not merely routine dancers but will step out In original Interpretations next Monday night wliuii tho annual 'jinks gets under way. The chorus of dancers Js being drf reeled by Bert Easley, local professional teacher, who reports that ho las never worked with a group with terpslchorcan aspirations where individual talent has shown up with sui.1i marked degree. It Is reported that the ushers of the club are having a great deal to do with this particular act of the "follies." The club ushers arc Mrs. Oscar K. Winding, chairman and MesdamoN Mel Brlttan, R. H. Bewick, George B limit. Robert M. Jones, Alberta W. Smith, Herbert Sandercox and Raymond Taylor, i Tho "Follies" will consist of 10 lively . acts with an orchestra of radio stars furnishing Incidental music and novelty stunts. Mrs. Theron Tuber is general chairman of the jinks. FORESEES MEN AS PLANT LIFE MASTERS SUBWAY AUTHORIZED SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 18. (U. P.) The Btate railroad commission today authorized the -construction of a subway crossing where the state highway. crosses tho Southern, Pacific tracks at Goshen Junction, Tulare county. The commission instructed the Southern Pacific to pay $15,000 of the cost. - *-«-• WOMEN'S COUNCIL MEETING Members of the Women's Council of First Christian church will meet in the women's parlor at 2 o'clock Thursday for nomination of officers. _ Jack Curran • • • Party for Three-Year-Old Throe-year-old Patty Jo Anne Jor- day, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jordan, 320 Belle avenue, was entertained on her birthday anniversary recently at a party. Her mother was assisted by Miss Patricia Hufstedler. A miniature table was appointed with nut cups, place cards, and special covers, all In a pastel color scheme. The guests were Earlene Lou Jordan Patty Jo Anne Jordan Thelma Watson Marilyn Jane Hall Frances Lee DIGarld Virginia Serll Patty C5ree« Jean Glgnoux Donna Green Betty Mae Prldgen Sue Murphy Toddy Serll Harry Coleman Jerry Murphy Toddy Banduccl With Improved control of school expenditures by administrative heads ind tho board of education ns their objective, a group of state educators and business leaders met with Walter Morgan, chief of tho division of statistical research, at Sacramento thi; week to consider necessary changes In accounting and budget forms. Herbert L. Healy, Kern county superintendent of schools, and H. A. Sptndt, principal of Kern County Union High School and representative of tho California Principals'Association, returned lata yesterday from the two-day session. Other representatives of superintendents' and principals' associations, as well as public business associations, were in attendance. A. number of commlttoes were appointed to go Into details of the various problems, Mr. Healy being named a member of the committee on budget forms. Uniformity of accounting forms and procedure, It Is believed, -will make It possible to obtain true comparative studies of school expenditures. Present forms contain many Inconsistencies which lead to misunderstanding of financial reports, It was reported at tho meeting. * » » — Hoover Textbooks in Use in Oregon (United Press Leased Wire) OREGON STATE COLLEGE, Cor- vallls, Ore., Jan. 18.—Fundamental Ideas of Herbert D. Hoover regarding labor and Industry are revealed here In a college textbook, "Principles In Mining," used as standard text on the campus. Pertinent Is a paragraph written 24 years ago, giving President Hoover's views on labpr. "In a, general way It may be stated with confidence that the white miners can, under tho same physical conditions, and with five to ton times tho wage, produce tho same economic result." It reads. (United Press Leased Wire) ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jan. 18.—Powerful X-ray beams some day may enable man to >.become entirely Independent of his environment, In y»e opinion of Dr. Albert F. Blakeslec, botanist. Blakeslee, a member of the Carnegie foundation for Experimental Evolu- lon, told members of the National Academy of Science, assembled hero, hat he had produced three new types of Jlmson weed by subjecting the parent stock to X-ray exposure. 'In producing the new types of weed," he said, "we learned Hint WL can break up a single chromosome, one of the most delicate of all structures known to science. It is now possible to build up pure breeding types of plant life with predicted character." The botanist said his experiments reveal there Is no limit to what the X-ray may accomplish. He hintad that eventually It may enable man to create any desired animal or plant life. 4 «.» FIREMEN TO PRESIDE Officers' chairs will be filled by city fremen who are members of tly Masonic fraternity when Uakersfleid Lodge, No. 224, F. & A. M., holds a special meeting Thursday night, at 7:30 o'clock, at tho Masonic temple. The first degree will be conferred. Refreshments will be served. •*PEACH, FIQ BODY DISSOLVED FRESNO. Jan. 18. (U. P.)—The. California Peach and Fig Association •was dissolved today following a meet- Ing of the organization's board of directors. The dissolution, was voted, directors said, to,reduce overhead ex- . penso to members. . < « » APRIL 1 FIXED BY POPE VATICAN CITY, Jan. 18. (A. P.)— Pope PIux today fixed the date for tho opening of the holy door of St. Peter's as April 1, the day before the date set for the official Inauguration of the holy year. QUICK AS LIGHTNING! LUCKY w£ HAP / 70% ttorci »r» elated). of ill ACUTE INDIGESTION •trlkci teti it NIOHT (when drug cloud). B* lift—tw rudy with 81s B«lt-iM. Hot w»t«, 8ui« StUcf. aSf end 7Jf «t •ITdrui •ten*. BELL-ANS FOR INOICISTIOM Mrs.R.Dingman wa»hed403 pieces with 1 box of LUX! 40 pairs ellk stocking* 54 piece* lingerie 4 (Jlrdlcn 6 cut ton dreasc* 28 iuen'« shirt* 16 men's undergarments 12 pair* eock* 164 pieces table linen 84 (oweU JLUX for underthings Removes perspiration odor— Saves Colors and Fabrics IF YOUR HOLIDAY IS 3 DAYS OR MORE Applies at Yosemite Lodge ami Ahwahnce.Rates: $2.25 up,European Plan, Yosemite Lodge; $10 to 112, Ahwahuee, including meals. (Also Housekeeping.) Get folders at Yosemite office, Yosemite National Park, Calif. Celebrate Birthday A pleasant surprise was arranged on Tuesday afternoon at 1905 Truxtun avenue, to celebrate the seventy- fourth birthday anniversary of Mra. Minnie Alexander, resident of Bakersfield for the past 28 years. The party was arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Ausby Harness and Mrs. Delia Shutts. Guests arrived at 3 o'clock with the birthday cake and gifts, which were presented to Mrs.-Alexander by little Miss Mary Kathleen Harness, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harness. Mrs. Sara Peyton, sister of Mrs. Alexander, presided at table. On Forty-seventh Anniversary Inspired by the forty-seventh birthday anniversary of A. B. Hair, a surprise party was given recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hair and Mrs. J. Hair, at tho Deep Wells Ranch at Buttonwlllow. The older people spent the evening playing cards and roulette and the younger set danced. At midnight a buffet supper was served, with 112 guests sharing the hospitality of the occasion. A birthday cake was cut and served by the honor guests before the dispersal of the crowd. A birthday breakfast was enjoyed by a smaller group^ which continued the festivities the following day. With the Nelsons Ernest Bassett of Los Angeles was recent visitor In the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. JS. Nelson, CIS Monterey street. « • .* Tea Sunday Miss Lois Borgsten Is entertaining Informally at a tea Sunday afternoon at her home, 2012 Twenty-first street, Currier's Tablets CURRIER'S TABLETS Have Quickly Relieved Many Sufferers From Stomach Troubles Including Ulcers, Gas Pains, Hyperacidity (Excess Acid), Intestinal Troubles, Chronic and Acute Indigestion, Sleeplessness, Sour Stomach. LISTEN TO CURRIER'S PROGRAM OVER STATION KNX 6:45 TO 7 P. M. We Are Official Currier's Tablet- Distributer for the City of Bakersnold Klmball & Stone The Particular Druggist! Phone 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Bakersfitld, Calif. It SPORTS FRATERNITY TO MEET Members of Mu Delta, chapter of the Beta Phi Sigma fraternity will meet in their temporary headquarters at 1610 Eighteenth street at 8 o'clock tonight. Further discussion and forming of plans on the fourteenth anniversary banquet will occupy tho young men.. There will be diBCUHslon also of a dance, the details of which will be announced later. Don Spreyer, president, will conduct the session. And Now the Family Service Laundry Does Wet Wash at 4 Cents Per Pound Minimum Bundle, 50c Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Each Week Phone 2040 830 California Avenue, Bakersfleld

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