The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 20, 1933 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, January 20, 1933
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I v 1 /-, ,'; v>'';.r J •'< f >< .> V ^v 1 • ••'i\'-^.'"* /*.*, '^*<^ ?"»' ' '.. - >'•) « ,, i >i * « ' ' i . ' x * THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOKNlAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20$ 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS Miss Nightingale's Career as "War Nurse Is Topic . of Speakers RICHQROVE, Jan. 20.—Mrs. John M. Kyte' presented an interesting program before the Neighborhood Ltter- nry*'Club at their regular meeting on Thursday afternoon at her home. The mibjeot .for study was, "Florence Nightingale and Karly Hospital Work." Shee was assisted in the presentation of her program by- Mrs. Charles Hart and Mrs. W. A. Ooodell. Mrs. Kyte opened the program with n sketch of the early life of Miss Nightingale, showing that she was born In Florence, Italy, in 1120., She received the best in educational advantages which London and Paris had to offer, as well as all that Italy could give. She spoke French, German and Italian fluently. She also spent her tlm/J In the cottages of the poor ministering to the sick and afflicted. Her family vigorously opposed her entering the nursing profession as at that time It wan considered very undesirable. By 1861 she had gained the consent of her family to enter upon the career which was to bring her world fame and make her name a household •word. Mrs. Hart gave the activities of Miss Nightingale In the Crimean War which lasted during 1854 and 1865. Mrs. Kyte continued the story after the war, telling of her ill health which followed her labors, and of her more, than 60 years of invalldlsm when she Uccompllshed a greater work in hospital and army reform and in the establishment of a training school for nurses and by 1861 through her efforts mortality in the army had been decreased 60 per cent. Mrs. W. A. Qoodell hod the closing number of the program, "Early Hospital Work." She traced the frlst hospitals from the time of Herodotus, 2300 years ago. The usual social half hour followed tho program when the hostesses, assisted by Mesdames Nina Powell and Carrie Ratcliffe served coffee and doughnuts. . Mrs. Steven D. Nill and Miss Madge Dooley were guests and members present were Mesdames H. E. Carter, Charles H. Hart and W. A. Goodell, all ijf Jasmine; Miss Amy Post; Mesdames Chester Dooley, David Miller, L. R. Klatt, Neal Woodward, H. S. McClees, Frank M. Kee. P. E. Monroe and daughter, Margaret, Paul Driver and son, J. R. Burkett, Carrie Rat- cllffe, Nina Powell, and the hostess. CLUB ENTERTAINED • TAFT, Jan. 20.—Members of the Rotary Club, meeting yesterday noon In the Shamrock, were entertained for half an hour by Howa, • well-known magician, -who performed a'number of ajnazlng feats. William G. Harris vras chairman of the day. The program arranged by Frank A. Baumnn." Splendid Report on Utility Unit Given at Wasco WA800, Jan, 20,—Annual report* of th« Waioo Utility District which were given yesterday at the annual meeting revealed that the dlitrlot hat been very ••(!•• factorlly conducted the past ytar, with an Increase In business and oath surplus. The Interest on the remaining • |M,000 of bonds has bttn paid, the 13000 bonds for the year paid 'off and . the 'earnings have been sufficient to take oar* of current expenses, notwithstanding th» 10 pir cent reduction In rates to th« consumer and the lowering of the tax rat* 10 per cent. The annual audit was made by John W. Culllten of sUkertfUld, who reported the books In satisfactory condition. The president of the board of directors Is J. Q. McElvaney. , Other member* are Leland Brier and A. P. Mann, Miss Wlnnlfred Cokely Is clerk. DELANO L! MLEIlpTEST DELANO, Jan. 20.—The Woman's Auxiliary of the Merle Reed Post of 10 American Legion will enter the Istrlot . Fldac display contest, In /hlch each auxiliary will dress dolls epresentlngUhe various countries 1n he Fldao Association. All the na.- ibns that fought In the World War make up the Fldac Association, nnd IB purpose Is to promote belter un- .erstandtng and fellowship. Mrs. Oliver . Whltten, local Fldnc chairman, 18 n charge of the contest. There will }«' a prize given In the contest which s being sponsored by the Fldac chair- man'of the fifteenth district, Mrs. B. F. Richardson of the Delano auxiliary. There will be a Fldac program given n the near future. These activities took place at the egular meeting of the auxiliary whk-li vns held on Wednesday night In the Legion hall with Mrs. Albert Swanson presiding. EXCELLENT PROGRAM FOR SHAFTER, Jan. 20.—The Teachers Club . meeting, held Wednesday evening In the music room of the Richland Grammar School, was pronounce? a huge success by air who attended Hiram Amundsen of Bakersfield played the following violin sojos; "Solveg Song," by Qrelg; "Serenade," by Franz Gudlln, and "Serenade," by Franz von Blon. He was accompanied by Mrs. Julia Taylor of Bakersfleld Miss Ann Harder, Instructor in Me Farland public schools, gave 1 an in terestlng account of her trip through France, Holland, England, German and Switzerland. Refreshments wer served by male members of the club. The club will enjoy a dinner serve by the American Legion Auxiliary a the February meeting. Tho soda committee -wlU'be Mrs. A. B. McKln ley, Miss Alma Gloeckler and Mrs Louise Neufeld. The program com mlttee will consist of R. E. dribble Miss Martha Oloeckler and Mrs. Rose mary Willis. STANDARD BEARERS NAME VICE-PRESIDENT; PLAN TEA L. A. WOMAN INDICTED LOS ANGELES, Jan. 20. (A. P.)— The Los Angeles County Grand Jury las Indicted Mrs. Sophronla K. Johnon, former cashier of the Los Angeles Mutual Building & Loan Association, hurged with forgery, grand theft and orglng an Indorsement, D ELANO, Jan. SO.—Miss Betty Smith was elected vice-president of the Standard Bearer organization at their Tuesday night meeting held at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. John O. Shine. Miss Smith fills out the un- explred term of Roscoe Baylor, who Is moving; with his parents to the Earllmart district. McPARLAND MoFARUAND, Jan. 20.—Mrs. R. M. Burnett find Mr*. J, F. O'Brien of Bakersfleld were Sunday, afternoon guests of Mrs. J. L. Ashton. Mrs. Ella Stanley of Los Angeles Is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hunefeld. Worth Randolph of Kettleman Hills Is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Oarrett. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Oarrett and their guest attended the Delano theater. E. M. Hlgglnbotham, district Buper- Intendent of the McFarland Grammar School, with Mrs. Hlgglnbotham were business visitors in Bakersfleld Tues- Albert Lehman of Lindsay are spending a few days an «..._»*_ .•* *V> A ^AMfrvi A**'a «\n **A«f ss \Jfv Plans were made at the business session which followed supper, for a silver tea on February .13. "Mystery Mothers" of, the organization will be guests, The dramatic club affiliated with tho organization was asked to prepare a playlet for the program. Miss Ruby Shlfflet, president of tho dramatic club, will be in charge. The program hour followed the business session and Mrs. H. F. Shultz, group adviser, led the devotional hour after n group son*;, and gave the second chapter of the study book, "Lady Fourth Daughter of China." Thin chapter was very Interesting to the young people as it dealt with the yoUng people of China. Those who enjoyed tho sessions were Misses Clark lo Sharp, Mabel Smith, Ruby Shlfflet, Marie Shultz, Nancy and Betty Smith; Messrs. Albert nnd Harry Hlett, Roscoe Saylor, Harold Shultz, Herman Kanthack; and Mesdames Bhultz and Shine. day afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. guests of the former's parents, nnrt Mrs. Frank Lehman. Mr. GEN. M. D. BRYANT DIES MONTCLAIR, N. J., Jan. SO. (A. P.) Brlgadler-Qeneral Mortimer D. Bryant of the New York National Guard, 55, former publisher of the Brooklyn Times. died here today. DELANO, Jan. 20. — Bernard Richardson, commander of the Morlo Heed Post of the American Legion, reported the district meeting of Lo- glonnalren held on Sundny, nt the regular meeting of the post on Tuesday night in Legion hull. Mr. Itlc-hnrdson told of the visit of the ntute commander and gave excerpt* from his xpeech at the Dakersfleld meeting. Reports of the post welfare work were given and other routine business was transacted, The hard times dinner and party which will be given by the pout on January 28 wan disclosed, and plans were perfected. Members of the Woman's Auxiliary will be guests. Tho committee In charge Includes Robert Livingstone, chairman; Ray Moothart, L. EJ. Pryor, David O. Jones and Harry B. Faulden. SWINDLER IMPRISONED LOS AKOELES, Jan. 20. (A, P.) Harold Ilunrk, Sitnta Monica promoter, today was sentenced to 1 to 10 years In the penitentiary for grand theft. lUiark had pleaded guilty to the charge of swindling Mrs. Alice Dryce, Hollywood woman, out of $3600 nnd had applied for probation. Exchange Club's Charity Party Is Splendid Success DELANO, Jan. 20.—The first charity card party of Delano Exchange Club was a splendid success, netting the club about MB for the school lunch fund for undernourished children. tables were arranged for bridge with a number attending who did not play cards. Mrs. Harold Olson received the prize for high score for ladles, and *. F. Stradley received high, score prise for the men. Refreshments ware served by a committee Including Mesdame* Harry Paulden, E. A. Robert*, Frank Perry, Leslie Adams and Arthur Fayle, who were assisted by their husbands. The committee who arranged the affair were Leslie Adams, Arthur Fayle and E. A. Roberts. The clubhouse was donated, also the prizes. RANCHER IMPRISONED VANCOUVER, Wash., Jan. 20. (A. p.)—JCBSO Cousins, 48, rancher, today was sentenced to life imprisonment for the Hlaying of E. B. Vlaslch, fed- ernl prohibition officer. SLATE OF OFFICERS : NAMED BYSTUDENTS/ SHAFTER, Jan. 20.—A student, body meeting was held yesterday aft- ' ernoon In the local high school to complete nominations for the various", offices. Nominations were as fol-^ lows: Darrell Janzen, Alexander Poz-; noff and Ben Peters for president;' Carlo Steele, Ernest Schnaldt and; Peto Epp for vice-president; Margaret; Koehn and Susie Penner for treaa- 1 urer; Frances Mldgeley, Margaret. Pedersen and Helenne Rllcoff for 80-.' clul chairman; Richard Arnold, Bob* McClaln, Ewlng Kite, Lawrence Annla. and Helenne Rllcoff for program; W11-" lene Camp, Lena Schultss, Aldlne My- ,' rick and Daphne McKinley for girls'" athletics manager, and Alfred Horton; and Alvln Epp for yell leader. Voting for the candidates will tak«- place a week from tomorrow during- school. Ballots will be oust by all; students holding membership In the student body. After the nominating, meeting, a rally was held for th«. coming Shafter-McFarland game,Speeches were made by the coaches: and plans were made to take care of transportation. WIL-SAV-U 7 Chester Avenue Carrots Onions Turnips..,. Mustard 1 Flour Sugar Coffee W/i Ibs. 45C 10 lbi 42e , b I6e pink IH 91e Beans IV iba.v'tw Sperry'a Large Pancake I A* Flour I OB With One Magic Whlpper Free White Eagle , Soap Cnlpe Mother's Cocoa Quaker Date, Large Tomatoee, J 3 4 3 Enjoy Jolly Party at Maricopa Hal MARICOPA. Jan. 20.—The wome of the Mnrlcopa Eastern Star met I the Masonic temple yesterday with a large number of members present to enjoy tho games, guessing contests and bridge. Refreshments were served by Mesdames Pearl Morris and Jessie Jepsen. Mrs. Haycock of Berkeley was the guest of honor of the afternoon, she' being a guest at the home of'Grace Rlnker at Standard 11-C. Prize winners were Mrs. Katherlne Tregea, first at bridge; 'Mrs. Sablna Hlxon, second; Mrs. Opal White, third: Mrs. Alta Klnkade, first at guessing; Mrs. Florence Price, second and Mrs. Katherlne Tregea, first in a special contest. Those present were Mesdames Kath- erlne ' Tregea, Opal White, Sablna Hlxon, Florence Price, Alta Klnkade, Mae White, Mae Babcock, Vivian Hastings, Elizabeth Jones, Sadie Murray, Lillian Gluyas, . Lucinda Tarr, Grace Rlnker, Mrs. Haycock of Berkeley, Gertrude Smith, Evelyn Denklns, Martha Walker, Jessie Jepsen and Pearl Morris. 4 ' » PANAMA ' cant 1 cans ' cans •No. 1 Size Tomatoea, No. 2i/a Size Campbell's Soup Tomato Peaohci, 2/j Size, Sliced or Halves " cans Grotjan's Large Ollvei, No 1 Can Butter, Quartered Van Camp'* Pork and Beans, M Medium "•cans Pa'lmollve « 25c I8c I5e 25c 25c 27c 20c lOc 20c I9c Bead*. »pkB». White Klno'a Scotch 'Soap • 2'/2-lb. ««. Powder • pkgi. «** Mltalon Bell, Chandu and White King Toilet K I A* Soap *»bars<wV La Paloma Laundry Soap Sardine* bars I0 bar .2lc 4c .. 4cans25C Skinned Hams ,„. lOc 5c 5c ,b5c Dog Food Armour'* Star and Bacon. a* cut.. Veal Stew Ib. Beef Stew Ib,' Yearling Lamb Stew Yearling Lamb Leg*. Ib. .Yearling Lamb Aft '•Shoulders Ib. W* Veal Roa*t, I (I* Center Cut Ib. '** Pork React, I A* Center Cut Ib. IV6 PANAMA, Jan. 20.—Elmo Pyle and family left Wednesday for Plsmo Beach, where they will make their home. Albert Brown Is convalescing In the home of Peter Sails following an attack of pneumonia during which he was In Mercy Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stelnmetz of Bakersfleld were recent guests at tho home of B. Suburu. L. V. Payne and wife of Bakersfleld were tho guests of Mrs. Payne's mother, Mrs. B. Shepherd, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brlttaln of Taft were the guests of Leonard Pitcher and family on Tuesday. Sam Eberle is confined to his home with a severe attack of influenza. John Suburu and son Ben of Elk Hills spent last week-end with Ben Suburu and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Manning of Reward visited at the Sails home on Wednesday. The Kern Delta Farm Home Department met with Mrs. J. M. McKunna on Wednesday for an all-day session. Dress forms started at a previous meeting were completed In the morn- Ing. Potluck luncheon was served at noon. A short business meeting was followed by a talk by Miss Lillian Brlnknmu In which many suggestions were made for making garments. Plans wero made'for th« sewing school to be held In February. Those attending wore Mesdames IS. Shepherd, Chester O'Neill, Harriet Hooper, B. Suburu, L. E. Formway, Harry Eberle, Hanntih Crowley, A. Thurber, Opal Hooper, W. H. Greene, C. E. VanHorn, P. Loustalot, F. Rollln, M. Arvlla, W. H. McKee, R. S. Holding, J. M, McKanna and Miss Isabel Shepherd. GREELEY .... .Ib. W , b l2|c Roatt T-Bon* Steak Rib. Steak; Ib. Sirloin • Steak....... Ib. EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY Jan. 20. — The attendance at tho Greeley School continues to increase despite the fact Unit cotton season is practically over. Mrs. Delia Campbell, principal, has 37 In her room, while Mrs. Pauline Hlemforth has 31 enrolled In her room. • George Maae, who ha* been seriously 111 In San Francisco with scarlet fevtr, is expected home In the n«ar future. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kllewer were Sunday guests at the Henry H. Klio- wer home In Bakersfield. Mr. nnd Mrs. John J. Nord were Tuesday dinner guests at the home of J. P. Nord's. The eighth grade at the Greeley School took the United States Constitution examination on last Monday. Hannah Nord received tho only perfect score In the class. Abe Schmidt and family are planning to motor to Wasco next Sunday to visit at tho home of Andrew Schmidt. Ellen and Mamie Helnrlcha were Sundny guests of Rosa and Hannah Nord. John Schmidt was a Sunday guest at the home of Conley Glllesple. Tho dental department of the Kern county health department, under the supervision of Miss McCoulgh, spent lust Friday examining tho children's teeth. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hod el and eon C'lifforJ and daughter Lenora wero Rutiday dinner guests at the J. P. Nord home. ' Bed Pillows 50' Filled with new feathers, covered with fancy ticking. MAIN FLOOR 36-Inch \ Cretonnes- Marquisette 10L Ideal for coverings. Ideal for curtains and drapes. MAIN FLOOR* A Real Buy Cannon Towels Lot No. 1 Lot No. 2 Lot No. 3 . 9c 15c 24c Fancy colored borders. All kinds and all sizes. MAIN FLOOR New Shipment Suede Jackets $493 Styles for misses and men. Most popular shades. January Clearance Sale Prices Spectacular Sale Brand New ANGORA DRESSES Weill's Beauty Shop Women's! Reg. $1.95 PERMANENT WAVE $125 Gay young frocks, designed in a grand manner that will never give away the low price you pay for them tomorrow. They have the important new neckline and the smart puff sleeves that give you that unmistakable 1933 look. Also a few rabbit's hair dresses included. Sizes 14 to 20. A.WEILLINC. BASEMENT New Spring Flannel Skirts $195 1 Boys Slip-On Sweaters 25 Long sleeve and V-neck styles. An assortment of pretty Jacquard patterns. Sizes 28 to 34. BASEMENT All wool flannel. New spring shades. BASEMENT Coupon Special AlUSilk Scarfs 25' Fifty is all Aye have, so hurry. Limit, one to a customer. Bring this coupon with you. BASEMENT if When such Jine first quality all-sill^ full fashioned ARE That's A real SALE! Only by combining with 50 other ttorci to make a huge purchase were we able to get these stocking! to sell at this price. Sheer Chiffon, all over silk, narrow heel, cradle tote, reinforced toe, picot top; service —pure silk with cotton welt and foot for real service. SUe* 8>/2 to 10/2 BASEMENT 1 Watch for Our. Weekly Special For Appointments Phone 4700 Use Your Charge Account Lovely Silk Undies $144 1 Beautiful slips, gowns, • panties, dance sets and ; chemise. MAIN FLOOR Woolen Dress Goods Coatings All 54 inches -wide. One- third off regular marked price. MAIN FLOOR "I'm Selling These at Absolute Cost," Said the Manufacturer Only in times like these could you find such a spectacular sale! 0 One of New York's really fine bag makers didn't want to close his shop and throw his workers out of employment "I'll make up bags for, you in all newest styles and smartast leathers for just tbt cost of pro4*c- he said We said "go ahead" - and just wajt • LACK or MOWN SMOOTH •' GRAINED CALP tim, vou see these wonderful value* WEILL'S MAIN FLOOR trim* i J MARCASITI IRICrIT METAL CRYSTAL

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