The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 2, 1933 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, February 2, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS -liaVerne Educator Scheduled ;/ to Hold Meetings at v" McFarland •; MCFAHLAND, Feb. 2. — Dr. J. B. Enunert, a teacher at La Verne Col- \flege, •will ; preach both morning and 'evening at the Church of the Brethren, Sunday, 'February 5. He \vlll remain' here for a week preaching each '* ^venlngf at 7 o'clock In the church. Dr. Emtnert has had wide experience In Bible study, and the public ie urged to attend the meetings. J, The young 1 people of the church gave the following program last Sunday evening: Two congregational songs; duet, "Unanswered Yet," Veda and Kenneth Stelnberger; INTERESTING ROSEDALE NOTES devotional services conducted by Rev- jirend/M. Alva Long; quartet, "Ho XUeanseth l<Yom All Sin," Wilma Loner, Betty Richardson, Carl Plsor and J. H. Portorfleld; chorus, "He Lifted Me," by the young; people of the church; reading, by Mlas Wllma Long; solo, "No Longer Lonely," Miss .Mary Brlsbln; quartet,' "Gather the Golden Grain," Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moomaw and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bowin an; Instrumental selections, Doris Baker, Myrtle Moomaw, Mary Shlck, Vernal Perrln, Horace Wills and Clarence -Bowman; trio, "In the Cross of Christ I Glory," Veda, Eunice and Jvlyrtlo Moomaw; also, Carl Plsor; eoner, "Spelling Love," Vernlce and Vernon McQueen; solo, "A Sinner and 4 Song," Kenneth Stelnborger, ac, companled by quartet, Eunice Moo maw, Martha Prey, Lawrence Tetrault, Clarence Bowman; piano duet, "Meditation," Mary Shlck and Verna Perrln; young people's chorus, "Wonderful Grace of Jesus"; male'quartet "A Secret Prayer," Clarence Bowman, Kenneth Stelnberger, Horace Wills, and Walter Root; quartet "Now the Day -Is Over," Betty Rlch- *j- ardson, Wllma Long, Carl Plsor and J. H. Porterfleld; closing prayer by Reverend M. Alva Long. • ROSEDALE, Feb. 2.—The girls' volleyball team of Prultvale was defeated recently by the Rosedale team, the score being C8 to 25. The game was first of the season and was held n tho llosedale grounds. Following ro the members of the teams: Frult- a)p, Lucille Stancllff, Eleanor Stanord, Ruth Llesch, Rosalie Denhain, 'roedu Mills, Margaret Owens, Vlr- Inla Brace, Florence Hlghtown and ewell Orton. Rosedale—Helen Renz, Helen Wark- tntln, Helen Repp, Charlott Williams, Vera Moore, Johnadean Neufeld, Kdna Burrage, Ruby Elrlch and Delia Huffman. A. return game will be played on the Frultvalo grounds Friday afternoon. The students of the Rosedalo school ecclved their reports last Friday, 'hose receiving the average of a "B" were as follows: First grade— Lonnle Dlllard, Raymond KHewer, Johnny. Morrison, "ohnny Wnrklntlne, Clifford Elrlch, Leila Mao Bartell, Delma Dlllard. Second grade—Iva Elrlch, Leo Smith, Ottls Welch, Lena Dlllard. Third grade—Ernest Ferrell, Robert Hammond, Frank Morrison, Pearl Beavers, Doris-Davis, Dora Herges- sell. Fourth grade—Tray Burrage, Blllle Bartel, Raymond Hoffman, Francos Elrlch, Vivian Gray, Susie Repp. Fifth grade—Aron Smith. Sixth grade—Johrf Renz. Eighth Erude — Norman Busell, Ployd Edwards. Elmer Williams, Vera Moore and Esther Renz, Mrs. Halbert Heath of Palm was a Monday afternoon visitor of Mrs. C A. Beavers. QUEST AT McFARLAND McFARLAND, Feb. 2. — Miss Kthelda Thomas, student nurse a Mercy Hospital in Bakersfleld, was a Sunday guest of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Parker. Mis Thomas recently returned from San Francisco where she completed six months' training. She with severa other nurses will be graduated In short time. Seventh grade — Verl Frost, Joshua Hammond, Ervln Smith, Guy .Welch, Edna Burrage, Charry Rochwell and Esther Wegner. Mrs. D. H. Adams was a recent visitor of Mr, and Mrs. Peter Krause and son of Palm. Donald Tracy of Bnkersfleld wits a. Sunday guest at the Clark Williams tiome. Miss Eudora Baldwin, a member of tho Bakorsfleld High School soccer team, played Thursday night and was an overnight guest of her grandmother, Mrs. C. A. Griffith of Bak- ANDS ; CLUB ersflold. Mrs. D. H. Adams and- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark of Earllmart wero guests Tuesday of Mr. Adams and. daughter Odetta of Keone. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark of Earlt- mart were Sunday afternoon guests at the C. A. Beavers home. Billy Adams Is recovering from an attack of asthma. He hits been unable to attend school for two weeks. The E. Eynaud' family, residents of Rosedale for over 14 years, have moved to Bakersfleld. Lawrence Heath nnd Eudora Baldwin attended a basketball game Tuesday night at the Methodist gymnasium, Mr. and Mrs. Welter of Bakersfleld were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stockton. A group of friends gathered at the Eynaud home Sunday evening, honoring them with a farewell party. The Eynnurts am leaving Rosedal*. Sunday afternoon guests of Elmer, Charlotte and Bernlce AVIlllams wore Norma Lnwrence and Gladys Brlttan of Bakersfleld. RIO BRAVO RIO BRAVO, Feb. 2.—The people of this community were sorry to hear of the accident In Glendale which took the lives of four Lorlng children. The P. F. Lorlng family resided In the Lerdo district and the children were students In the Rio Bravo school. Mrs. Walter White and daughters Lora arid Erva, were recent luncheon guests of Mrs. E. M. Howe In Bak- ersfleld. Mrs. Edith Martin was operated upon for appendicitis Monday at the Kern General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter White and daughters were guests at the J. J. Hendrlckson and E. A. Shelton homes HIGHLAND PARK in Bakersfleld Sunday. Mrs. Halbert Heath of Rosedale . spent Tuesday afternoon at the W. B. Wilson home. Guests .this week at the Walter . White homo were the Reverend and Mrs. Frask Beauchamp, and W. Beauchamp of Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Beebe, the Reverend and Mrs. S. H. Erwln and daughter Mary Jo, and Mesdames E. M. Hqwe, Mary Wellman, Everett Kimble, Rex Napier and children, all of Bakersfleld. Mrs. C. L. Martin and son Bill of Bakersfleld were business callers at their ranch Tuesday. _ HIGHLAND PARK, Feb. 2.-—Mr. and Mrs. W. ST. Dugglns and Mr. and Mrs. George Ingram were recent guests at the B. E. Dugglns home. ,. New Highland Park residents are Mr, and Mrs. D. E. Whittaker, who are living at 312 Ray street, C. E. Holland, proprietor of the Highland Park store, Is on the sick list. Miss Josephine Van Slyke of Oildale spent Saturday night with Miss Louise Dougherty. Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson returned home from San Francisco on Saturday and left Monday on a business trip to Los Angeles. The Dabney family have moved to 347 Ray street, tho home formerly owned by J. D. Abbott. Harry McCray spent a week In Los Angeles on business. Misses Lavinla Cox and Patricia Curran were dinner guests of Misses Helen and Alice Guyder, Saturday. Miss Emma Rudomelkis of Venice is visiting her sister, Mrs. William Whiting. Mrs. M. Porter of Spokane, Wash., is visiting her son, G. J. Porter. Miss Jean Ross spent the week-end with relatives in Kern canyon. Mr. and Mrs. Dye and son Billy are living at 427 Ray street. J. Ross Anderson has recovered ALTA VISTA MARKET Phone 4166 Union Avenue and Kentucky Street LINCOLN MARKET Phone 3053 Corner Twentieth and L Streets -Apricots, A 2'/ 2 Cans.. L for (Golden Orchard) Lux Soap.... V cakes I vw Sugar Wafers Ib. (Jig-Saw Puzile Free) 22c from a severe cold and Is in school again. Joyce Anderson, who lives on Douglas street, was one of the Standard graduates In Olldale Friday evening und Is now a student at the high school. Enjoy Annual Turkey Dinner Given by Progressives at Church WASCO, Feb. 2.—Husbands of tho members of the Women's Progressive Club were given their annual turkey dinner In the banquet hall of the Methodist Church Tuesday evening. The men were welcomed by Mrs. William Garrison Ulery, founder of the club, who also gave a brief account of \he first Fathers' Night several years ago. The table decorations displayed the pastel shades of pink, blue and yellow centerpieces with streamers of the same shade extending full length of the table, with candles to match. After the banquet all guests moved to tho recreation hull where a short program was given. First wns a one-act play entitled, "The Sniggles Family Have Come to Town." As Ma Sniggles Introduced her eight daughters, each displayed her personal accomplishment In the form of singing, dancing, oratory and even weeping and giggling. Gowns long ago carried to the attic or wrapped in moth balls" were worn. Tho members of the cast were Mrs. Mark Fraser, who took the part of Ma Sniggles, and her daughter were Misses Cora Fulton, Dorothy Grubb, Isabelle Hull and Function Klassen, Mesdames Kurt Keeker, George Sum- mervllle, Verlln Rose and William Klassen. Tho following songs were sung by Miss Dorothy Grubb and Mrs. George Summervllle: "Sweet Adeline," "Let Me 'Call You Sweetheart," "Down by the Old Mill Stream" and "The Man In the Moon," accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Mark Fraser. Following the prpgram games were played, for which prizes were awarded. Guests of the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Homfeld, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ulery, Mr. and Mrs. John Homfeld, Mr. and Mrs. James Little, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Booth, Mr. and Mrs. George Summervllle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kniffen, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bryson, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Keeker, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berkau, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burnquist, Mr. and Mrs. John McNeils, Mr. and Mrs. William Klassen, Mr. and Mrs. .A. E. Klassen, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Frasler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Altringer, Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. John Nale, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. ,B. Homfeld, Misses Cora Fulton, Isabella Hull. Dorothy Grubb and Fanchon Klassen; Mesdames Bertha Pixley, Snra Dolan, J. W. McNeil, Gwendolin Macklln, R. T. Cole and A. Souslo; Messrs. Henry t- SHAFTER Tip Top 4 Peaches... T for (Small Cans) Red Tag J Prunes *t f or (Small Cant) Pears, O 21/2 Cans. .£ for (Better Buy) 19c 25c Lux Flakes, large pkg. Small Pkgs., 2 for 17c 21e HEINZ CREAM OYSTER OR NOODLE A SOUP, No. 2 Cans fc for 1 Pancake Flour, Sperry, large pkg. 15c Gelatin or ' Puddirtg O Royal... V pkgs. Telephone A OR* Peas A for L vw (Sun-Blest, No. 2 Cans) Kraft Mayonnaise Quarts 47c Pints 27c SHAFTER, Feb. 2.—Marlon and Hc-nden Hitchcock drove to Lemore Sunday where they spent the day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hitchcock. Mrs. Tllllo W. Straut has been 111 for several days with neuritis. S. Sehecter of Los Angeles and Herbert Miller of San Francisco were among the guests the past two days at the Hitchcock hotel. A week-end party was given In honor of Elaine Anderson oy Mrs. Kolbenstetter. The valentine motif was -used In the attractive table decorations for the midnight lunch. •Those present were: Virginia Meadows, Wlllene Camp, Edith Sly, An- imbelle Wedge, Elaine Anderson, Joe Engle, Blynn Scott, Murray and Richard Arnold. Dancing and bridge'were enjoyed. Murray Arnold won high score. The sixteenth birthday of Miss Frances Kattenhorn was appropriately celebrated Sunday at a 1 o'clock dinner party, given by her mother, Mrs. E. V. Kattenhorn, and , Mrs. F. R. Nottingham, at the Kattenhorn homa. The guests were Essie Ruth Mayfleld. Ruth Wlebe, Lois Van Gortom; Naomi Gwln, La Rue Llverx, Cosma Form- wily and Dorothy Wlmpff. The girls Hang'and visited during the afternoon hours. Miss Kattenhorn received many beautiful gifts. The Rev. C. C. Van Gorkom's mother, Mrs. J. Van Gorkom of Harrison, S. D., passed away last Wednesday. She was 02 years of age. She had been 111 for more than nine weeks; Burial took place Friday. Nale, Herman Plxley, Stanton Bryson, Albert Booth, Mack Little and Gilbert Homfeld. Committee in charge of the dinner was Mesdames Edwin Booth, Clarence Homfeld, H. G. Bryson and Jo Altrlnger. Those responsible for the decorations were Mesdames Kurt Keeker, M. P. Kerr, Grant Knlffenj nnd those on entertainment were Mesdames Mark Fraser and George Sum- morville. GIVES BIRTHDAY PARTY OILDALE, Feb. 2.—Mrs. Glen Preston surprised her husband and her sister, Mrs. John Haggard, at a birthday dinner at noon on Tuesday. Those present were Mr. and 'Mrs. John Haggard and son Ralph and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Preston and children. COLDS End Colds Quick ITE was an easy victim to colds—and they •*••*• hung on so long—until she suggested the use of MM tablets. He seldom catches colds now. When he does they arc quickly broken up. This safe, .dependable, all-vegetable corrective — Nature'* Remedy —strengthens and regulates bowel action aa no other laxative can—carries away poisonous wastes which make you susceptible to colds, dixzy spells, headachei, biliousness. Works f/foJon/Iy, too. No griping. Try a box. 25c—at your druggist's. "TUMS" Raspberries, No. 2 Cans.... ea. (Ensign Brand) lie OVEN-BAKED BEANS, A large BROWN BREAD L cans "" MEAT DEPARTMENT 16c Pot, Roast, Prime Beef Prime Rib Steak Ib. Swift's Premium Skinned Ham, Half or 4 A* Whole Ib. IOC Butter, Cloverbloom. .Ib. lie 1 Pork Roast ......... Ib. Picnic Cut, Ib. 9c Pork Steak ....... Ib. Sugar-Cured Bacon, Half Whole ....... Ib. Margarine ............. Ib. lZC 1 - Large Firm Lettuce 3 for lOc Bunch Vegetables 2 for 5c Cabbage ..Ib. 1c Russet Potatoes 25-lb. sack 25c Snowball Cauliflower.... each 5c Celery bunch 5c Fancy Pippin Apples 10 Ibs. 25c WASHINGTON MARKET 1917-1919 L Street PHONE 1083 FREE DELIVERY Friday and Saturday Specials SNOWDRIFT 67c 31 47c «> 1 "I /» Ocans -L-LC- Lighthouse pleanser Ocans Maxwell House Coffee Ib. can 27c Armour's Milk; large can Our Choice Corn; No. 2.. K. C. Baking Powder; 25c size for 19c White Eagle Soap Chips 27c Lux Toilet' Soap 3c.k..l8c Sparerlbs .Ib. 12c Pork Roast. ib 9c Pork Chops. .Ib. Pork Sausage. 2 Ib8 17c Hamburger 2 , bs 17c Sirloin Steak. .Ib 15c Rib Stew. .Ib.. ,.7c Chuck . Steak Ib. Bacon, Sugar-cured. Oleomargarine n -| w Cloverbloom Butter .Ib 22c Cabbage Ib. lc Bunch Vegetables. 2 for 5C Juice Oranges. 4do*. 25c Cauliflower .each 5c See Will Rogers in "STATE PAIR" Starts Sunday Regular 40c Fox Theatre rt| Tickets £< WEILL'S Permanent Waves VALUE. Weill's Beauty Shop ^^ Presenting No.l in a series of Special purchases for February It is Weill's aim to present during the month of February a series of new spring items at real wonder value prices. Shop at Weill's every day and be the first to share in these unusual savings. MONTH New Spring Frocks All New Styles Luxurious Hose at a Wonder Value Price Every Pair Perfect 66 Pair 3 Pairs for $1.75 Pure silk from top to toe and, of course, full-fashioned. To insure longer wear, this hose has extra reinforcements in the toe and heel, with shadow welt and run- stops below the hem. A hose that will give you the feel of luxury obtainable only in higher-priced hose . . at only 66c a pair. All-Silk Dresses Advance Showing of New Spring Dresses at This Low Price The newest styles, materials and color combinations obtainable in this wonder value group. Dresses suitable for street .or afternoon wear. Sec the window display . . . come in and try them on. Misses and women's sizes. MAIN FLOOR 500 Yds. All Silk New Spring Colors- Pink, Ivory, Tea Rose, Regular 90c Value Turquoise, Hyacinth, *^p ^^ Green, Coral, Maize, P^ IMC Poppy Glow, Brown ^^ ^^•7 Ostend Blue, Black ^J ^J Yd. Flat Crepe -39 Inches Check over the new spring colors of this early showing of spring silks. Plan your dresses now. Many clever new style patterns now on display ... in Weill's pattern department. MAIN FLOOR 54-Inch All Wool Crepe A light weight wool material suitable for dresses skirts. See this wonder value special. Wool crepe . . . the popular material for spring sportswear. See the gay color and pattern selection now on dis- V J P la y at Weill's. Expert cutting information free. AT WEILL'S MAIN FLOOR Foundation Corsets A shipment of foundation garments for spring has arrived.. Let Weill's expert corsetlere help you select your spring foundation garment at this wonder value price. MAIN FLOOR $ 1 36-Inch Wash Goods 14c Yd. 80-nquare percales, printed suitings nnd pongee finish prints included in this group. All fast-color fabrics. MAIN FLOOR Printed Rayons 25c Yd. Brown blue and black in an assortment of small printed designs ... 36 inches wide. Specially priced. MAIN FLOOR THE SMARTEST SHOES IN TOWN Broadway's Newest Sweater Craze FLYING COLORS To see this sweater is to want one. . . . Beautiful color combinations . . in the most different patterns. All sizes. $ 1.95 Tliis style sweater is a copy from a costume worn in the play, "Flying Colors," a big York success. New BASEMENT Suede Leather Jackets Just a few jackets for men and women. The early shopper will be the lucky buyer. BASEMENT 3 98 New Spring Skirts $-195 - All-wool flannel skirts. In spring colors, includ Ing whlto and gray Sizes 24 to 34. BASEMENT 1 Said One of Our Customers When She Saw the New Spring Line • Twelve Stylet • Smart Patent •Chic Blonds •Straps, Pumps •Assorted Heels Eight new patterns In Sport Oxfords juit arrived. See them today at Weill's. MAIN FLOOR Kiddies' Poll Parrot SHOES New Spring Styles Sizes 2 to 5 Sizes 5% to 8 Sizes d»-| /?Q 8Mi to 11 Mi «5 A.UJ7 SiZCH (PI J 12 to -' «5A«i Good Looking and Serviceable BASEMENT (J»-| tD-Lc Five New Styles in Women's Novelty Shoes $2.39 Black or blond cut-out pumps, snappy stitched tics, In tho popular Cuban or high heel styles. BASEMENT Three-Piece Decorated Range Sets Salt and .pepper shakers and a covered jar, In green, Ivory and pink. A useful kitchen set. BASEMENT WEILL'S Sleeted Patterns of Dinnerware English ware, Bavarian war* and American high ware included in this wonderful value sale. See this specially priced group. . . . You'll sav«> many dollars on ttiuurt new dlnnerware. BASEMENT

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