The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 1, 1933 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, February 1, 1933
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N ,' THE BAKER.SFIELD CAL1FORN1AN. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 1, J933 COMMUNITY •^ i JkiL <*V*£X.' • • ^^ ^v« • »• •• • • mm I McFarland Teachers Enjoy Talk on First Aid by County Nurse -' .MCFARLAND, Feb. i.—MISS ciwen , povonlsh, Kern county school nurso, was the speaker before tho local Grammar School Teachers' Club Monday night when they held their regular meeting at the kindergarten. Miss Devonian spoke on first aid, and told of the symptoms of 12 of.tho most common diseases of childhood. Miss Frances Jewell, seventh grade teacher, grave a delightful reading entitled "Only Mo." An Important business session •vfo.a presided over by Miss Vlda Bounds, I president. Reports of committees In• eluded one of the welfare work, by the financial secretary, Miss LaVeeda O'llaguu. Her report stated that 509 (i-cent pluto lunches had been served to needy children during the past two weeks. This amounted to $28.43 and was paid by tho MoFarland High School faculty, Blio also reported the fact that tho cafeteria management had donated 28 bottles of milk to undernourished children during the past two 'tyecks. Health was the theme of the meeting and the hostesses In charge had decorated the kindergarten with brlgnt colored vegetables, and the place cards at the tables where delightful refreshments were served, also fashioned from vegetabls. -Hostesses for the evening Included Misses Eleanor MacDonald, Laveeda O'Hagan and Doris McKeen. Other members who enjoyed tho meeting were: E. M. Hlgglnbotham, district superintendent of the school, Miss Dovpnlnh, Vlda Bounds, Esther Miller, . Kathryn Cavanaugh, Ruby Bowman, Marie Miller, Lottie Long, Frances Jewell, Wllma Long and Jessie Smlllle, LUDEN'S SECRETFORMULA Chicago Soloist Is Well Received in Kern Recital DELANO, Feb. 1,—An apprtola- tlve audience greeted Richard D, Mann,, baritone soloist of Chicago, When he gave his recent concert here, under the auspice* of the choir of the Community Methodist Church, . He sang 14 numbers, and In several different languages, which Included Italian, French and German, as well as English. In addition to his program of solos he • gave three readings, all by the gifted negro poet, Lawrence Paul Dunbar. His readings wire, "When Mllandy Sings," "Little Brown Baby," and "Old Man River." Mr. Mann Included In his pro. gram a- group of six negro' spirituals which ware particularly enjoyed by the audience. While here he was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Coddlngton, .WHEELER ML LUDEN'S Menthol Cough Drops Bronchial Infections Need Creosote For many years our bett doctor* hare prescribed creosote in some form for coughs, colds and bronchitis, knowing how dangerous it it to let them hug on. Creomulsion -With creosote and six other highly important medicinal elements, quickly and effectively stops all • coughs and colds that otherwise might lead to serious trouble. Creomulsion is powerful in the treat* nient of all colds and coughs no matter how long standing, yet it is absolutely harmless and is pleasant and easy to take. - Your own druggist guarantees Creo- mulslofl by refunding your money if-you are not relieved after taking Creomul- sion as directed. Beware the cough or cold that hangs on. Always keep Creo, mulsion on hand fo»instant use. (adrj New York Men Take Iron to Get New Pep 'New York.—C. Williams, W. 145th fit., was all rundown.and had ho pep or vigor. Vlnol (Iron' tonlo) gave him new strength and vigor and made a new man of him. Kern Drug Co. ' —Adv. DELANO, Feb. 1.—Mrs. Eva Craven Wheeler of LOH Angeles, president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Southern California, will address a mass meeting here on Sunday afternoon. The meeting will bo held In the local Community Church, beginning at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Wheeler recently returned from ft conference of "dry" workers In AVashlngton, D. C. She will bo accompanied by Mrs. Eva Schultz of Bak- ersfleld, president of the Kern County Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Mrs. H. F. Shultz, president of the Delano unit, will preside. <• »* MARICOPA MARICOPA, Fob. 1.— Miss Virginia Bond and Joo McMillan spent Sunday In Orcutt visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gluyas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cheesebrough and daughter, Irene, are In Los Angeles where they will remain for a few days. Dr. Robert Thomason has returned to his home In Los Angeles after u short visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Thomason. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Malloy wero week-end visitors in Whittler. Fred Owens of the Ethel t>. Oil Company journeyed to Los Angeles yesterday accompanied by his daughter who Is attending school there. E. E. Ballagh has returned from a business trip to San Francisco. Louis Mundlng has returned to Rockwell Field near San Diego to resume training In the United States Air Corps. He has been a guest at tho home of his parents for the past month. . Members of the Marlcopa Odd Pel- IOWH and Rebekah lodges who attended the Installation of the Wusco lodges Included Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Helms; Mrs. Mable Fern Bond; Mr. and Mrs, James Whltnor; Mr. and Mrs. AVIlliam Bryant; Mr. and Mrs. William Devlne; AVesley Parmenter and Virgil Halter. PALM PALM, Feb. 1.—necent guests at the Peter K.-ause home wore Mrs. Helen Pedtker of Shafter, Mr. and Mrs. John Newfleld and daughter, Johnadenn, Mr. and Mrs. C. Beavers of Rosedale, and Mrs. Adams. Halbert Heath Is building a. new dairy barn and has It nearly completed. Among those playing on the Woodmen of the World basketball team from Palm are Leslie and Lawrence Heath, Adraln Lewis, Orvllle and Glenn Hlemforth and LeHoy McCray. The Palm 4-H agriculture club held Its regular meeting Krlday evening. Committees were appointed and songs rehearsed for an entertainment. The next meeting will be held February 3 at the schoolhouse. Mrs. C. Tracy and daughter, Frances, of Buttonwtllow, were Monday evening guests at the O. W. Hlemforth home. Miss Doris Gllllsple, who ha^ been working In Los Angeles, returned ra- ceiitly and will make her home with her parents. Leon Epps of Frultvale- was a Sunday visitor at the W. P. Lewis home. Auction! of Unclaimed Storage to Satisfy Storage Charges Thursday, February 2 at 10 a. m. Sale includes domestic rugs, radios, high and medium grade furniture, musical instruments, including pianos, china, bedding, linens, stoves, office equipment and such articles as are among the effects'of a general household. Also trunks, barrels, boxes and suitcases which will be sold unopened. Remember the date, as this ad will not appear again. Baker's Transfer and Storage 2121 Sixteenth Street Phone 688 ROY WHITE, Auctioneer FAITH CHAPTER TO VISIT SISTER MEETING • (A-nsoclated Pretg Lca»ct Wire) TAFT, Feb. 1.—The regular meet- ng of Faith Chapter No, 014, Eastern. Star, was held In the Masonic temple recently. Preceding the meeting, a jotluok dinner was served to mem- aers, their families and Invited guests. Committees serving on this occasion were tho officers of tho chapter. Mrs. Grace Jones, deputy grand matron, Mrs. Pearl Morris, worthy matron, and John Jepsen, worthy patron, were escorted east and presented. si matrons and patrons escorted were Mesdames Ada II. McKlnnle, Margaret McKlnnon, Jessie Jepson, junior past., matron of Marlcopa; Maudo Farner, Florence Olsen and Jack Jones, Henry Morris, Jack Ramsey, Junior past patron of Faith chapter. IJurlng the evening Mrs. Maude Farner, on behalf of Faith chapter members, presented Mrs. Ada R. Mc- Klnnle with an attractlvi) gift. Mrs. MoKlnnle was 'completely surprised. However, sho responded In a most gracious and pleasing manner. Mrs. McKlnnle has taken an active Interest In Fatlh chapter affairs since Its Institution In 1929 and she will be greatly missed by Jta members. The next stated meeting of Faith chapter, February 10, will bo a short one, thus permitting the members to visit Buena Vista chapter' and enjoy their "good heart" party which they are having on that night. Onaleda Club will meet In short session at 1:30 o'clock February 3. The club Is sponsoring a bridge luncheon on that day and those who wish 'to mako reservations may notify Mrs. Maude Fassehl or Mrs. Elizabeth Costello. A "colonial" party Is being planned for February 24, i. POS1 HOSTESS FOR LUNCHEON CLUB DELANO, Fob. 1.—Mrs. Arthur Post entertained members of .tho Friendship Luncheon Club at her Oxntird street home on Tuesday. Members were bidden for an all-day session and a covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Covers were laid for 18 and places were marked for Mesdarnes A\ r . U. Richards and daughter Donna of South Dakota, J. T. White, James Hamlln and Loyd Hamlln, all of Pond; Fannie Klbbe, Chauncey Hearby, J. C. Sharp, Co-rrlo Ratcllffe, Mlnnio Smith, Kdward Green, L. D. Stafford, W. H. Gibson, Ralph Chase, Harold Appleford; tho Misses Mildred McKim and Amy Post, and the hostess, Mrs. Post. The afternoon was spent with cards, flvo hundred being the favorite game. HOLD JOINT INWIATION FOR FUTURE FARMERS, NORTH KERN M cFARLAND. Feb. t.—Bakersfleld Chapter of Futuro Farmers of America officiated at n joint Initiation of members from McFarlaml, Delano, Waeco nnd Shnfter at tho McFarlnnd high school recently. Officers of the Bakersflcld Future Farmers organization who were accompanied here by their leader, H. K. Dlxon, Included: Frank Walker, president; Glen Maddux, vice-president; Lawrence Heath, reporter; Wayne Fllkel, treasurer and Fred Thornton, secretary. .Harry Holmes, John Parks and Robert Rountree wore also guests from Baltcraflcld. U. C. Allen Is adviser of the local group of future farmers and tho offl- No More Gas In Stomach and Bowels If you wish to be permanently relieved of gas In stomach and bowels, take Baalmann's Gas Tablets, which are prepared especially for stomach gas and all the bad effects resulting from gas pressure. That empty, gnawing feeling at tho pit of the stomach will disappear; that anxious, nervous feeling with heart palpitation will vanish, and you will again be able to take u deep breath without discomfort. That drowsy, sleepy feeling after dinner will be replaced by a desire for entertainment. Bloating will cease. Your limbs, arms and fingers will no longer feel co!4 and "so to sleep" because Baalmann's Gas Tablets prevent gas from Interfering with tha circulation. Get the genuine, in the yellow package, at any good drug store. Price ?1. Always on hand at Hughes Drug Store —Adv. PLEASANT RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION Shoulders droop under weight of years. Young, yet beauty has fled. Cheeks are sallow and drawn. Unsightly pimplea. Keep your system clean and you keep the beauty of youth. Its energy. Its Irresistible charm. Then life Is not a failure. Clogged bowels and Inactive liver cause poisons to seep through the system. Health vanished and with it beauty and energy. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets will help save you from this dark hour. For 20 years they have been prescribed In place of calomel to men and women seeking health and freedom from constipation. They act easily and smoothly. No dangerous griping. Take nightly before retiring. Results will amaze you. Thousands of men and women would never be without Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, a vegetable compound. Know them by their olive color. IBo, 30o and 60c. All drugglstH.—Adv. Have to Get Up 1 at Night ? Deal Ifeoontiy wWi Blatlder Imgularitie* Are you bothered with bladder irregularities; burning, scanty or too frequent passage and getting up at night? Heed promptly these symptoms. They may warn of some disordered kidney or bladder condition. Users everywhere rely t onDoan iPi/ls. Recommended 50 years. Sold everywhere. WASCO, Feb. 1.—Preparations are being made to admit the first midterm graduating class from the elementary school Into high school next Monday. Enrollment Is being made this week and will Include about twenty pupils. A new teacher has .been secured, Mrs. Mildred Miles of Long Beach, a graduate of University of California at Berkeley, who will bo hero to begin her duties next Monday. Tho first half of the year will bo completed this week. Assembly will be held Friday afternoon at tho auditorium vt[(h the Junior class arranging the program. *•*-* Kernville Matron Injured hy Fall KERNVILLE, Feb. 1. — Slipping from an Ico-encrusted doorstep, Mrs. Clara TlmmoiiK, wife of Postmaster C. E. Tlmmons, suffered a dislocation of the left arm at the shoulder early Sunday morning. Miss Barbara Tlm- mcjns, Bakersfleld High School student, who was spending the week-end at home, remained over to bo In attendance. cers Include: Joe- Roberts, president; Wilbur Hylton, vice-president; Clarence Robinson, treasurer; Frank Pottorff, secretary and Louis Horton, reporter. McFarland boys who were Initiated were Frank Pottorff, George Perry nnd Lewis Wlmberley. Representatives were In attendance from WaSco, Shaftcr and Delano. Following .initiation the McFarland chapter with Mrs. U. C. Allen In charge served refreshments. This meeting Is one of the first steps toward co-operation among tho future farmer of America chapters In Kern county. Several other joint meetings are being planned. FOR W.C.T1 HEAD FELLOWS, Feb. 1.—The locnl W. C. T. U. unit held their monthly meet- Ing this afternoon nt tho Presbyterian Church at 2 o'clock. Plans wero made for the entertainment of tho state president, Mrs. Eva Wheeler, who wilt bo, In Fellows Saturday, February 4, when the Korn County W. C. T. U. Institute will convene at tho Fellows Baptist Church. Many state officers will accompany Mrs. Wheeler as well as county officers. The meeting will Convene at 10 11. m." and the public Is Invited to nt- tond. Mrs. Wheeler will deliver tho main address. Bakersfleld, T»ft und Ford City units are Joining the local unit In this all-day meeting. PRESENT CLASS PROGRAM TAFT, Feb. 1. —PupilK In Mrs. Frances Thornton's claoK of high class second grade at the Roosevelt schodl entertained tho members of Mrs. Anna Hess' first grade class with a program recently at the school an a closing feature of the activity and unit work of the past quarter. The children presented a playlet entitled "The Rabbit AVho AVanted AVIngM." Other features wero a title story, "T i Gumdrup Tree" ami recitations. CLASS FOR SERVICE O. Feb. 1.— Members of .'Delano notary and Kxchango Clubs were guests on Tuesday noon of tho Delano Joint Union High School, where i\ delicious dinner was sewed by Mrs. A r ora Beall Cobb, head of tlio domestic Hclonco department, unrt her class of Homo Making girls. During dinner the school* orchestra entertained, directed by Miss Dorothy Brunner, head of' tho 'music department of the school. After dinner a program was given In which each department of the school was represented. Humid Olson, school principal, arranged the program nnd Invited thu clubs to be tho school's guests. Tho opening number of tho program WHH a chorus by the, Girls' Glee Club; Social Sclenco department, Miss Frances Burrtlck; Vocational agriculture, Norman Wllllanis; Girls' I'hysical Education, Misses Lovlo .Allen and .Inati Dlxon, featuring a claneo ontltled, "The Old Gray Mnrn"; Mechanical arts department, Lawrence K. Abbey* Science and ArtH, Frederick llalvnrsladt; Commercial department, featured by Miss Ruby Molntlri?, dictating an original poem about tin- Rin'^tc, to Miss Mildred Frymlro who tools It li\ shorthand; Knk'llwli department, Misses Jjuello lluyden, Bertllo Morris, Agnes AVoollomes, urn] .lames Uen- ton find Douglas Slilfflot, Closing number, Boys' Glee Club. M. A. Lindsay of Bakersfleld was a guest of thu Rotary Club.' Will Direct Play for Mojave Church MOJAVI3, Fob. 1. — llrs. fieorgo Bonne, who will direct a itluy entitled "When :i Keller Needs a. Friend," announces the cast Is complete und ivlioarsnls \vlll begin next. week. Tho flnnm-hil rc'HUllK from this play will be thu foundation fund for remodeling 1ho Community t'luiroh. At one time plans were, drawn for a new bul Ming, lint were abandoned on account of Inek of funds. Tin; henrty HUpjiurt of tlic community IK Holli-lteil. Camp Fire Group to Give Program BBARDSLBY, Feb. 1.—The Unilyl Camp Flro girls of Iicardsley are sponsoring an cntortalnment. to bo given In the BearUsley .School auditorium this evening at S o'clock. Miss Ethel Robinson's dramatic club of tho Kern County Union High School will present a one-act play; tho teachers of tho Phillips School of Music will offer music novelties); Larry Pasfiulnnl will play the. accordion the Ann Anderson Dancing Academy will present a dancing act. A small admission charge will bo made, all proceeds to go to tho treasury of tho organization. Advance salo of tickets has been good. MEND RITES ARE CONDUCTED^ LODGE DF.LANO, Feb. 1.—Delano Masonic lodge, John M. Hnberfelde, master, conducted services for A. A. Townsend at tlin Masonic tcmplo nt. 2 oYlnck on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Appleford, lodge soloist, sang "Beautiful Islo of Somewhere," "What a Friend AVe Havn In Jesus" and "Abldo With Ale." Mrs. William llnlliick accompanied at tho piano. 1'allliearors were: liny Moothart, John O. Shlno, Frank I'anero. John H. Ppeer, D. Walker anil S. It. SliultK. Jnterment was In Delano cemetery, where flowers marked the new grave. Jlr. Townsend was 11 native of New York, ",1 years nld, and leaves two puns, one here and the other In tho navy; also one grandchild. Purchase of Cotton Gin Is Completed MeFAUT.AXD, Keb. I.—Oump, AVest it Lowe Ginning Company, wlm have glim at McFarland and Slml'U-r, hnve Just, completed tho purchase of the J. G. TJoswell gin, at Fifth street, anil Hoblnson avenue. M. U. MoFiirland In the manager of tin; MrKiii-lniiil plant and stales that there art- still around 100 lialeti of cotton to bu run through the Kin. Score of Wasco Pupils to Receive Certificates on Thursday WASCO, Feb. 1.—Twenty studenta are to receive certificates, of graduation from tho AVasco Elementary School, Thursday evening, February 2, tho program to begin at 8 p. m. This is the first mW-year class to b« graduated, nnd tho members will begin high school work next Monday. Tho program ns announced by K. F. Clemens, principal, nnd Miss Margaret Elliot, teacher, Includes the following numbers: Three-act play, "Our Changing Civilization"; prologue; Instrumental duet, "Cndcts on Panule," Victor Bcrgthold and Harold Glnn; Act I, "Prlcn of Liberty," cast, Georgo AA'ashlngton's cabinet; George AVashlngton, Everett Shaftcr: Alexander Hamilton. Henry Boggs; Thomaa Jefferson, Franklin Cain; John Knox, Olieil T.-irson. Act II, "The Culture of the Colonial Kra," plru-e Mount Vernon In ITI'O: hostesses, Dorothy GoertJI and Thelnia Prather; minuet dance, C'ordellH AVharton, Gladys F,bel, Tva Lee Rhodes, A'lrglnla Burnqulst, Jea- sk- Kline, Mnrjorle Smith, Lorraine Banks, Lottie Lltteti; plantation melodies, ensemble; A'lrglnla. Reel. Act III. "Modern Problems," March, JD33; prologue, Wilton McComhs; cabinet of President Roosevelt, Obed Larsen, Gordon Jones, AVIIton McCombs. Na- 'thanlcl Swartzoll tind Keith Little; commencement sonp, honorary ensemble. Remarks by Principal Clemens; presentation of diplomas by George AVaugh, clerk of tho school board. The boys and girls to be graduated In this mid-term class are Victor Bergtholil, Franklin Cain, Harold Ginn, Obe<l l^irsen, Keith A. Little, AVllllam Mashbiirn, AVilton McPombs, Even-tip U. Putnam, lOveretl. Shafor, Nathaniel Swurtzell, Henry Bnggs, Bi-tty Jane Appley, Thelnia r'obb, Rhodit Funk, Dorothy A. Goert7, Ethel L. Nichols. Thelnia D. Prather, 1,11- linn AVImrlon. Kiln M. AVrlght und Dorothy 1'Ytmcun Owens. it's fun to be fooled ... it's more fun to KNOW MPT HISH IN THI WIIOIO We all like magicians' tricks. But (ricks in cigarette advertising are quite another matter, Here's one you may have wondered about. The illusion that only one cigarette is "pure." ixriANATiONi All popular cigarettes are made under the mqst sanitary conditions. Alt use a good cigarette paper. All are made with practically , 1833, B. i. fefooldi Tobiooo Comptiv J\TO TRICKS . 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