The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 26, 1933 · Page 5
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS ENJOY JOLLY PARTY AT KERNVILLE, Jan. 20.—Idling along a trail out through drifted snow, tho Kernvllle choir entertained nt a party given In one of Mrs. Edith P. Bechtel's cottages Tuesday evening. Games were played and an excellent potluck "dinner waa served. Those attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Floyd Fisher, G. R. Mer- Banthaler, Howard Fulton and H, J. Davles, these with their families, nil of KR3; Messrs, and Mesdamcs Ellis JByrom, Clarence J. Pascoe, the Rev. Roy C. and Mrs. Mason, Waldo Ellis und A, H, Bales; Miss Qayle Mendelssohn, Lloyd Bartee, Mrs. J. A. Green, Mrs. Cora Ellis, Mrs. Edith P. Bechtel, Earl Mason and Junior Byrom, of Kernvllle, and Mrs. Emma Wllks of Glendora. LOOK OUT FOR THESE SYMPTOMS OF CONSTIPATION Get Relief With Kellogg's ALL-BRAN Convention Chorus Holding Rehearsals RIO BRAVO, Jan. 20.—Christian Endeavor workers from Taft, Panama, Fellows, Bakersfleld and Rio Bravo met at the local schoolhouso Tuesday evening for the second rehearsal of the county convention chorus. Mlas Iva Baughman, music teacher at Midway Grammar School, Fellows, Is directing the chorus which will sing»nt the thirty-ninth annual convention of the Kern County Christian Endeavor Union nt tho Christian church In Bak- ersfleld on March 10, 11 and 12. Miss Baughman urges all endenvor- ers who are. Interested to be present at the next rehearsal, as more voices are needed. Rehearsals will be held every Tuesday evening from 7:30 to '8.30 o'clock at the Rio Bravo schoolhouse. Headaches, loss of appetite and energy, sallow complexions, and sleeplessness are often warning signs of common constipation. Unless checked, constipation may impair health. Today, you can get rid of common constipation by simply eating a delicious cereal. Laboratory tests show that Kellogg's ALL-BRAN pro* vides "bulk" to exercise the intestines, and vitamin B to further aid regularity. ALL-BRAN is also a good source of blood-building iron. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is much lUce that in leaf y vegetables. InSide the body, it forms a soft mass. Gently, it clears the intestines of •wastes. How much better than taking patent medicines. Two tablespoonfuls dally will overcome most types of constipation. Serious cases, with every meal. If not relieved this way, see your doctor. Enjoy ALL-BRAN as a cereal, or use in cooking. Appetizing recipes on the red-and-green package.. At all. grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. SEWING CLUB MEETS FELLOWS, Jan. 26.—Tho sewing club of the Fellows American Legion auxiliary met In special session called by Mrs. Vivian Utzerath yesterday with 20 members nnd three guests present. Four quilts were completed, two for a needy family nnd two for a member whose home was recently destroyed by flro. After a potluck luncheon,' the two quilts were delivered to tho member and a linen shower held The sewing club will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Ethel Lewis on tho Texaco lease to make hot water bags for hospitals. Tho meeting will start at 10 o'clock with a luncheon to be served at noon. In the future, the sewing club will meet onco-a month. The three guests at the meeting were Mrs. D. L. Rlley, Mrs. Chester Watts and Miss Norma Johnston of Los Angeles. Legion guests at the noon luncheon were Gordon Lewis, Fred Baldes, Fritz Utzerath, Kenneth Marr, Gordon Slater, Charles Morgar and Lou GublemanV DELANO, Jan. 20.—New books re- isntly placed on tho shelves of Delano branch library number 108. Among theso books are: Van Loon's Geography; Keeper of the Keys, Bl#- gerst Here Are Mysteries, Locknrt; So This Is Jtizz, Osgood; Boyhood In Iowa, Hoover; New Denl, Chase; Hunger Fighters, De Krulf! Chinatown Quest- Wilson; The English, Are They Human?, Renler; English Inn, Burke; Vagabond's Holme, Blandlng; Washington, the National Capitol, Caemmerer; Lord of Lonely Valley, Kyne; Young Mrs.. Metes, Corbett; Miss Plnkerton, Rinehart; March of Democracy, Adams; Complete Book of Parties, Andrews; Work, Wealth and Happiness of Mankind, Wells; Fountain, Morgan; Big Business, Ilutch- Inson; Lark Ascending, De La. Roche; Trails to Inmost Asia, Roerlch; Cattle. Ralne; Modern Art Interiors, Lomos; Opening of n Door, Revls; Bloody Years, Y«ats-Brown; Lone Cowboy, James; Darling of Misfortune, Lockrldge; People of the Serpent, Thompson; Gods Arrive, "Wharton; Princess In Kxlle, Marlla; Seventy Years In Archaeology, Petrle; Sally In Rhodesia, MacDonuld; Head Tide, Lincoln; Golden Years, GlUbs; Hindoo Holiday, Ackerloy. « » » C. E. MEET AT MOJAVE MOJAVE, Jan. 20.—Of great interest to local Christian Endeavor members was the visit last Sunday of the Kern county president, Vercll Wilson; Miss Evelyn Uexroth, county social superintendent! Miss Ivn Bnuman, county prayer meeting superintendent, all from Bakersfleld. The program presented by the visitors consisted of songs, and instructive and encouraging talks. Miss Ivn Baumun sang a solo accompanied by Miss Flossie Hoffman of Mojave. After the meeting, a light repast was served. - DELANO DELANO, Jan. 26.—Mrs. Ernest Jenans motored to Exoter on Morlday afternoon to transact ranch business. Mrs. Clarence J. Roupe Is 111 at her Lexington street home with a soveru cold* Mesdames John M. Haberfelde and \V. W. Simons motored to Bakersfleld on Tuesday afternoon on business and pleasure. Henry W. Mellan Is spending several days In Los Angeles on business. B. V. Stradiey returned Tuesday from S«n Francisco where he spent the week-end on business. Glenn B. Alexander of Earllmnrt was a Tuesday morning business vis- STAGE, RADIO STARS ENTERTAIN ROTARIANS TAFT, Jan. 20,—Vnndevlllo nnd radio stars- featured tho program Wednesday noon at the regular weekly meeting of the Rotary Club, at the Shamrock banquet rooms. Johnnie Klado, accordionist, entertained with a group of numbers, followed by comedy, Jokes nnd songs by Hooper nnd Oachett of the KKO circuit, and several selections by Gladys Thomas, Hlnglng-planlst. Shafter Trio Will Sing at McFarland SHAFTISR, Jan. 20.—The high school girls' trio, directed by Mrs. Lohrenz Welns, will sing at a public dinner find program Frldny ut 8 p. m., given by tho McVnrlund Cllrln' Athletic Association undor tho direction of Miss Ann Harder, Tho trio consists of ISlalne Anderson, Margaret Koehn nnd Evelyn .Unruh, accompanied by Venona Stone. The group has sung for many public programs, having presented numbers during tho last two years over the radio, nt local benefits nnd on other organizations. German folk songs will make up the repertoire. -<$. FELLOWS Jan. 20,—Messrs, and Mesdamcs C. A, Lindsay, J. B. Irwln and daughter Avis, W. TJ. Fnrmwny, Oust Johnson, L. O. Sutllff, Mlns Winifred Formway nnd J. bnmbnrt nt- temled the joint installation of Orphn. Hebokah lodge and Deliino lodge, I. O. O. F., at Delano last Saturday evo- nlng. Duvld Thomns of Santa Fa Springs formerly of Fellows, was here Monday calling upon frlendH. Oscar Sutherland Is 111 In Kern Oen- or»l HuHpltal. Nova Allen, tliiughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. ,T. T.,. Allen of the Santa Fe, In 111 nt tho fiimtly home. REV. ROY C. IS HOST FOR BOYS KERNVILI..E, Jan. 20. — Tho Rev. Roy C. Mh no n was host to a number of local boya at n snow party given recently at a nearby mountain. Varl- oun snow sports were Indulged In, particularly tobogganing. Those comprising the party wer« tho Rev. Mr. Mnsnn, Louis and Charlie Tlbbetts, William nnrl Henry Peterson, Arthur Allen, Junior Hyrom, Lloyd Bartea and Johnnie OHenbnugh. I PIKE'S GROCERY 302 H STREET FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BAKERSFIELD GROCERY CO. AND SHANNON'S MEAT MARKET Corner Nineteenth and L Streets Phone 435 FREE DELIVERY—OPEN SATURDAY EVENING For Everyday Consistent Prices—Trade Hart Friday, Saturday and Monday Specials Creamery Butter.. Sugar .Ib. Gold Medal Flour Ibs ...... 10 69c 39c Ib ....... Butter, Danish ib, Egg*, Fresh Ranch, • large doz. 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