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TllEBAKKKSFlELD CAL1FORNIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 0,193U COMMUNITY •^&eatt/&K'>if fMaKf ON HONOR ROLLS Mrs. Ray, Principal, Gives Report for Second Term of School Year ARVtN, Feb. 6.—Mrs. Susan Ray, principal of the Arvln School, has announced the pupils who made the ,honor roll In attendance for the second term of the year as follows: First grade—Shirley Ann Cheever, Frances ,Iean Coats, Mary Martinez, Harold Hanson. Kenneth Harp, Louts •Mitchell,' David McCain, Douglas Stockton. Teacher, Mrs. Margaret Dodds. Second grade—Alta Stockton, Gilbert Arvlssu, Dnlo Dial, Lawrence Wernll, Junnlta Darden. Teacher, Jtlss Marjorle Rexroth, Third grade — Loulso Dollarhlde, Velma Pemclton, Dorothy Straw, Teacher, Mrs. ISllisabeth Downs. Fourth grade—Jack King, Reginald Arvlzu, Abellna Herrara, Harry .Wilson, Virginia Duke, Johnnie Laird. (Teacher, Mrs. Eva Monroo. .Fifth grade—Vivian Dial, Helen Wilson, Helen Yaussy, Lelnnd Brown, Melvln Johnson, Richard La Madrid, Ward Stockton, Gilbert Straw, Karl Wernll. Teacher, Miss Evelyn Rex- •roth. Sixth grade—James Byer, Alexander Romero, Evelyn Brown, Dorothy Dial, Bernlce Geer, Mildred Mitchell. Teacher, Mrs. Lellla Garret. Seventh grade—Bond Duke, David Glenn, Bueford Loveless, Cecil Loveless, Robert Mahln, Ernest Reoves, Buck Robinson, Jlmmle Smith, Juan- Ita Gllstrap, Vlrdte Mae James, WASCO WASCO, Feb. 8.~Harry Nalo, who las been visiting his brother, John Nalo, for the past 10 days, left for his home In Los Angeles Thursday morning. Mrs. Jl. T. Offet Is suffering v a re- lapso from tho flu nnd will be confined to her bed for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred SSImmerley, for- morly of Wnsco, were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans' Rasmussen on Thursday. Mrs. W. S. Cairns 6f Lindsay, state truslco of California Federation and chairman of the local board on arrangements for tho annual district convention to be held In Lindsay In April, and Mrs. Loutso Way Elsensohn of Exeter, vice-president of the San Joaquln Valley District and candidate for district president, were guests ot Mrs. W. G. Ulery on Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Coble of Uklah, Metidoclno county, were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Jennifer. John Gafner was pleasantly surprised Monday upon the arrival of Albert Oafner, a brother whom he had not seen since ho left his homo In Switzerland 23 years ago, and his two young sons, William and Junior of Brownsville, WIs., and a. sister, Mrs R. Bachman of Rice Lake, WIs. listory of Kern Among New Books DB1JANO, Feb. fl.—New boolts re r ently placet! on the shelves of Do- ano branch library number 15. Foremost among those In Interest to ocal readers Is a "History of Kern County," by Mrs. Ross C. Miller, who will be remembered as Miss Thelma Bernard, feature writer for Tho Bak- rsfleld Callfornlan for several years. Others titles are: ,"Uso Tour Mind," Hahn; "Uvlng Africa," Wills; "I Like the Depression," Ansley; •Fortress," Walpole; "Mafclo Island," Seabrook; "Call Home the Heart," 3argan; "Summer Holiday," Kaoy- Smlth; , "Golden Tales of the Old South," Becker; "Courts of the Mom- ng," Buchan; "Wonderland of Bu- •eaucracy," Beck; "Romance of the 3eaver," Dugrmore; "Nurses on Horseback," Poole; "America's Siberian Adventure," Graves; "Contemporary Schools of Psychology," Woodworth. Complexion Curse" "She thought she was just unlucky when he called on her once—uvoided her thereafter. But no one 'admires pimply, blemished skin. More and more women arc realizing that pimples and blotches are often danger signals of clogged bowels— I»isonou!> waslea ravaging the system. Lei NR (Nature's Remedy) afford complete, thorough elimination and promptly ease away beauty- ruining poisonous matter. Fine for sick headache, bilious conditions, dizziness. Try this safe, dependable,all- vcgetablc correc- — — _ live. At all drug- M J *. gists'—only25c. //vi | a AC" Quick relief for acid indiges- TUM5 tion. heartburn. Only Ifc. Davlo Jonas, Gcnevleve Nance, Mildred Permenter. Teacher, LeRoy Guslafson. Eighth grade—Tom Byer, C. B. Chllders, Philip Kruuter, Trent Stockton, Yvonne Dawson, Bernlco Pcr- meuter, Eva Mario Plttman. Teacher, Mrs. Susan Ray. Mrs. Ray also announced the pupils who made the honor roll In scholarship for the second term of the year as follows: First grade—Mrs. Margaret Dodds teacher. Harold Hanson, Shirley Ann Chccver. Second grade—Miss Marjorle Rexroth, teacher. Junior Jones, Luz Chacon, , Juanlta Darden, Patricia Martinez, Fay Darroh, Mary Ruhl Alta Stockton, Francis Wood, Maria Herrera. Third grade—Mrs. Elizabeth Downs teacher. Paula Chacon, Elaine Hanson, Dorothy Straw, Richard Oliver. Fifth grade—Miss Evelyn Rexroth 'teacher. Vivian Dial, Ward Stockton Gilbert Straw. Seventh grade—LeRoy Gustafson teacher. Robert Mahln, Thelma Bishop, Lorlna Hayes, ..Davle Jonas Virginia Luther, Mildred Permenter Eighth grade — Mrs. Susan Raj- teacher. Chester Borden, Henry Wood, C. B. Chllders. COLDS in a Day Take two HILL'S CASCARA QUININE tablets right away— follow directions. You'll break up that cold in a jiffy. CASCARA QUININE LBII I ' HILL Fastecth Holds Your False Teeth In This new delightful powder keeps false teeth from rocking, 1 slipping or dropping. No pasty taste or feeling. Gives perfect confidence all day long. Get Fasteeth from your druggist. —>Adv. -*PANAMA FRUITVALE, Feb. 0.—Jack Byfleld, uperlntendcnt of physical education, was at the Frultvalo School Wednesday and gave members of the boys' nisketball team further coaching. Tho >oys attended tho game In Bakersflold GREELEY GREELEY, Feb. 6.—D. E. Klassen las returned to Qreeley district and s employed by Henry Flelshauor. Mrs. Delia J. Campbell, principal of 3reelcy School, attended a meeting at tho high school, held under tho direction of. Miss Ball and Mrs. Reynolds, county supervisors. J. J. Nord of Bakersfleld was a recent business guest at the homo of A. A. Kllewer. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schmidt and family were visitors in Wasco recently at the homo of Andrew Schmidt. The boys' basketball team of the Greoley School plan to play the boys' team at Frultvale on Friday, February 1". Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nord and family were Sunday dinner guests at the homo of John J. Nlkkels of Bakers- fleld. Miss Maud Anderson, art supervisor, spent part of Thursday visiting the Greeley School. GRANITE PANAMA, Feb. 6.—Mrs. Herman acniiLssen nnd children nnd Mrs. Wll Krccklow of Bakersfield spent Wednes day with Mrs. B. H. Jordan. Roy Hooper and wife attended a meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Bakerstield Wednesday eve nlnp. ~ Mrs. George Wagner and Mrs. Cath erine Welsh of Taft visited recentl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jame Stevele on Wlble road. Mesdames Arthur . Huffman an Oranvllle Mays were the guests o the latter's dauphter, Mrs. Jerry Jarrard In Oildalo Wednesday. Beverly Oaten was a guest of Rev. R. S. Holding Friday. Miss Klsle Parish of BaUersfield visited her parents, George Parish and wife Wednesday evening. The guests at a dinner party given by the class In religious education lead by Mrs. Chester Marsh, on Thursday evening at the C. A. Van Horn residence were Messrs, and Mesdames John Van Horn, Clyde Van Horn, W. H. Davis, Carl Van Horn, Clem Dorland, Chester Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Stevens of Oildale visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stevens on Sunday. William Renfree of Taft Is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. James Stevens, being the stepfather nf Mrs. Stevens. GRANITE STATION, Feb. 6.-«-Mr and Mrs. J. B. Williams and son, Wai lace, spent tho week-end with Mrs Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D Wallace, of While River. On Sunday they, with a party of friends and relatives, wont in five autos up above th ranger station to see the snow. Thos onjoying the outing were Mr. and Mrs J. D. Wallace, tho Misses Maxlne Wallace, Dove Wallace and Fay Wild Master Jimmy Wallace, Mr. and Mrs Marlon Vincent and small daughter Delphine, all of White River, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jcwctt of Ventura, Ar Denllor of Los Angeles, Dave Wallac and Nick Gllmer of Tlpton and Mr and Mrs. J. B. Williams and Wallace Williams of Granite Station. Thursday evening guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Sarret were Mr. and Mrs. 13. L. Snow. A - children's party In honor of Grant Gripedale's eighth birthday anniversary was enjoyed Friday afternoon by the pupils of the Granite school. Refreshments, consisting of a birthday'cake and jell-o, were served to the children by Mrs. Grlsedale and the teacher, Mrs. Margaret Brown. Morton Lavers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lnvers of Bakersfleld, was a week-end guest at tho J. F. Williams ranch. Arthur Brown and Richard Boen were business visitors in Bakersfleld Tuesday. FRUITVALE NEWS ITEMS DELANO DELANO, Feb. 6.—Julia Malnno Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Frank J orry, Is spending this week-end In llchgrovo as the guest of her school .ancher, Mrs. James Burum. R. A. Corsoii has returned to Al- inmbra after a business visit here ooklng after property Interests. Miss Winnlfrod Roberts was n recent visitor In Snn Jose, visiting with ler parents. Her father haa been quite 111. Recent guests of Mrs. Lorna Ammons were her son Waldo, wife and daughter Mary Jane, all of Orosl. Miss Marjrarot Branch has returned to Fresno where she Is a student at tho State Teachers' Collece. after a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clflorgb Branch. Mrs. Homer A. Bower nnd her daughter Miss Mary wore recent vis-: Horn In Fresno whore thov visited 'Mr. and. Mrs, Carlyn Bower and family. Miss Elaine Colo has returned to her mother's home after several weeks wpent In Snn Frnnolsro and Santa Cruz on professional duty. , * « » t" SHAFTER SHAFTER, February 6.—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nay left Friday to drive to their home In Powell, Wyoming They have be»n visiting at. the homo of Mr. Nay's brother, Ulen O, Nay, olnce before "the holidays. Boy Scout Court of Honor will be held In Delano, February 9. A group of local scouts and Scoutmaster F N. Harmon are planning to attend. i'rtday night between Bake.rsflold Junor College and Reedley J, C. Eudora Baldwin attended tho "Big Sister" parly at tho high school Friday evening, and spent tho night as hn guust of Mary Kllon Allen. Tho Nord family have moved from "'ruitvalo to Weed Patch. Mr. and Mrs. Allison 131 ey of Bak- orxfleld called on Mr. and Mrs. C. K. White recently. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Spoar and family of Famosa called at tho M. R. Cowan :iome Friday. Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Albo ta at a Bnkersfleld hospital seriously ill with pneumonia. •»-»-* VINELAND VINELAND, Feb. 4.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields and Mrs. Smith of Bakersfleld spent Sunday at tho Charles Barksdale home. Mrs. Frank Fisher Visited her sinter at Taft on Wednesday. Walter Frick of Lone Beach Is spending a few days with his sons I,. W., Forrest and Lester Frlok. Mrs. H. H. Wellcr and Mrs. John Burtch oC Baker.sfleld were recent guests at the A. E. Osborn home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd .Parish of Bak- ersfleld wore Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. nnrt Mrs. M. F. Parish George Kills and family are moving to Iho Lee Bunco ranch. Mrs. J. IT. Rich, am mcmb«r of tho Vlneland teaching staff, has resigned on uncount of ill health. Mrs. HlnoH Is convulescinc after a recent Illness, Carl Osborn of Gronlto Station speni a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Frick were recent pvcnlng guests of Mr. and Mrs M. F. Parish. Celebrates Birthday at Oildale Home OILDALE, Feb. 6.—Mrs. Earl Core entertained eleven children nt her liomo on Decatur street recently, In lionor of her little daughter's fifth birthday. Games were played, Including pinning a tall on a large donkey, at which Cluudlo Dleterlch won First prize, nnd Sonny McLean, tho booby prize. Refreshments were, served, and n large cake was cut. Mrs. Core was -<*> assisted Zlnk, by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Children who were present Included Bobby Meadows, Junior Zlnk, Claud lo Dlcterlch, Opal Dleterlch, Marlon Roberts. Earl Glenn Roberts, Lavello Lny- cook, Margaret and Sonny McLean, Llla Mae and Wanda Core. The honoree received many gifts. MOUNTAIN VIEW! MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 6. — Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Bristol of Whlttlor were business visitors In the community Wednesday and Thursday, The J. E. Ponton family had as Tuesday evening dinner guests E. J. Huckoba, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burgesn and daughter Helen. Mrs. Carey Jackson and A. F, Ponton motored down from Lockwood Wednesday evening, Mrs. Jackson returned Thursday and Mr. Ponton remained for a few days. Tho A. W. Buxton family have moved from tho Boyd place In Korr- nlta Park to East Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. U. S, Ponton spent Wednesday evening in tho J. E. Ponton homo. M|HH Ada Hopkins and Miss Lucille Weasor wcro Friday evening guests df MINK Ruby Wood. KERNVILLE KERNVILLE, Fob. 0.—Winifred, tho 6-yenr-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hand of Onyx, Is reported as quite 111 at the home of her parents. Glen Ransvoll, owner of tho Fairview resort on the upper Kern river, made It Into Kernvlllo recently on horseback through tho snow en routo to Los Angeles on a business trip. He reported tho heavy snow at Fairview had caused their garage to cavo In, burying two automobiles. Bert James, local merchant, spent two days In Bakersfleld late In tho week looking after business affairs. Mr, and Mrs. W. A. James have completed their handsome new residence property here, and will move Into their now home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bnrbeau are home following a visit In Bakersfleld, where they returned Miss Cleo Daugherty who had been their guest at the Barbeau ranch for several days. Carl Olson, district manager for tho Standard Oil Co., Is vacationing for a few days with friends at Olldale and Bakersfleld. Aubrey Stains used his big King wrecking car during tho week to break n trail through the snow to tho Bur- la'ndo ranch, that feed might be hauled in to cattle. Mrs. Cora Ellis who was ill for several days is now able to be out, as Is Mrs. Lorena Hlpes who was 111 at her home for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Pottypool worn dinner guests Wednesday evening of 10 ID , FEB. 12 Mr. and Mrs. A. home In Isabella. O. Suhre at their Miss Carrie Andreas, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at tho Mercy Hospital In Bakersfield, Is making satisfactory recovery, Mrs. Charles Hand and daughter, Margaret, are spending the week-end In Bakersfleld nmllipr. Mrs, C. with • Mrs. Hand's ARV1N, Feb. 6.—Miss Mario Brand will leave today for Cameron, Missouri, where on February 12. at the ionic of her grandmother, she will become tlio wife of Dnlo Hawkins. Miss Brand has endenrod herself In the hearts of many during her residence In Arvln. Shn In an accomplished musician nnd has given freely of her t.nlent nnd her services to the community. 8ho has been honored many times during the past few weeks with par- tic* nnd showers by her friends all of whom regret to sec her leave but who are wishing for her much happiness In her new home. Adult Class Meets at Champlin Home FRUITVALE. Feb. C.—Adult members of tho Frultvalo Union Sunday school mot Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Champlin. Tho evening was spent In Bible study. Tho ladles of tho Sunday school will moot Friday afternoon of this week at tho home of Mrs. A. .1. Dlxon. The afternoon will be spent tying comforts and a large attendance Is desired. Those present at last Friday's meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Beverly tioyn- ton and son David, Mesdames Ralph Arnold, J. M. Gilbert, L. J. Vincent, William Ilannlgan, John Harrell, Clarence Mills, C. K Goodman, C. V. Champlin, anil Miss Paulino Goodman and James Regan. WOMEN'S CLASS MEETING | OILDALE, Feb. 6.—Members of tho Loyal Women's class of'the Congregational church are requested to attend the monthly business meeting and potluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Perry Thatcher In Rlverview. The meeting will bo held Friday, February 10, and each person Is asked to bring a valentine for the valentine box. NEW! Colds that Hang On Don't let them get a strangle hold. Fight germs quickly. Creomulsion combines the 7 best helps known to modern icience. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant lo take. No narcotics. Your druggist will refund your money if any cough or cold no matter how long standing ia not re- liered by Creomulsion. (adr.) at HALF the usual price of other quality Antiseptics... FOR HALITOSIS MOUTH-WASH GAROtE TRIAL SIZE (A »S« VALUE) TOMORROW Tuesday, February 7 AUCTION SALE of Reconditioned Farm Machinery and Equipment BUY IT AT YOUR OWN PRICE OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN! Sale Starts 9: IS a. m. COL 0. S. GRANT, Auctioneer SANDWICHES AND COFFEE SERVED FOR LUNCH Nearly 150 Pieces to Be Sold to the Highest Bidders Corn, Cotton and Potato Planters, Hay Rakes and Presses, Mowers, ScrapersT Harrows, Walking- and Disc Plows, Cultivators, Tractors, Trailers, Trucks, Wagons, Horses, Harness, Etc., Etc. VEIfeUO AF OAI E. We reserve the right to sell any of the Ilittd machinery at private sale, either I C.KM& UP a ALE! before or during the auction sale, Sale Terms: All articles under $50.00, cash. 1 •»•••••«* *** *»•«•••• AM ar t| 0 |«i from $50.00 to $100.00. 60% cash and balance settled by 8% In. terest-bearlng notes payable in three monthly installments. AM articles above $100.00, 40% cash and balance settled by 8% Interest-bearing notes payable in monthly Installments of two, four and six months. A. H. KARPE'S IMPLEMENT HOUSE Auctiin al 615 East Nimleenlh Slrwt, Bakersfield For this NEW Economy Model • Never before—a value like this. A brand new quality THOR Agitator Washer with high price features from "stem to stem"—for only .$59.50 ( A small down payment brings it to your home. Pay the balance with the money this efficient THOR will save for you. Call us for a free demonstration in your horn*. WEILL'S Tuesday at WeilPs BUSY BASEMENT DAY Princess Anne Spring Clothespins . DC Doz A useful household item at a wonder value savings. Hurry! Limit, 4 Doz. to Customer Basement day at Weill's. will be a Tuesday feature every week at Weill's. The newest merchandise obtainable will be featured each week at the lowest possible prices. Items advertised on sale for one day only. Pure Silk Full-Fashioned Hose C Reinforced pure silk heel and toe, with cradle foot; dull finish. All- silk picot lop. New Spring shades. Sizes 8'/_. to !0 1 /£. A wonder value. 48< 9 a.m. lo 10 a.m. Only Kitchenette Aprons 12C Each Guaranteed fast colors —five entirely different styles. For one hour only- Limit, Two to a Customer Skirts! Skirts!! Bakcrsfield's Headquarters for New Spring All-Wool Flannel Skirts. See Them Today 95 The largest and most complete assort- jnent of $1.95 Skirts we have ever shown. Cute, becoming styles and colors galore. See them now. Sizes 24 to 34— 1 Kitchenette Pajamas With Tea Aprons to Match Cleverly styled Pajamas in fast color rt» -^ A A prints, with puff sleeve styles and attrac- 3J ( Uvf live necklines, with an organdy Tea Apron, at only .'..... 1 $1.00 Kiddies' Wool Jersey Suits and Dresses Guaranteed 100% pure wool Jersey Suits and Dresses for kiddies. A clever assortment of color combinations. Sizes 3 to 6. Remember—Tuesday only 49 New Sweaters New Sec Flying Colors at Weill's $195 Flying colors arc the biggest hit of the season. To sec them is lo want one. Something a little different from others. All sizes. I lurry! 1 Boys' Zipper Cords A February Wonder Value Item Mothers —Merc's a wonder value item you cun't afford to miss. A wearable pant for strong, healthy boys, in sixes 4 to 12, with the popular zipper pocket— 99 Men's Crompten Cords A Fine Quality Serviceable Pant As fine a quality Corduroy Pants as any-one would want. Tunnel belt loops with 22-inch bottoms. Sizes 30 to 38 waist, in all lengths ^ | WeilPs Snappy Kick Sport Oxfords Every spring sports oxford is worn by most women. Weill's have just received this new assortment of styles and colors. Come in; see them! Try a pair on! They're great! 2 6 New Patterns All White Pigskin Corosan Tan Trims 1 Dainty Punched Vamps 'All-Leather Sho«s Kitchenware Savings No. 8 Size Cast Iron Dutch Ovens No. 9 Size Cast Iron Skillet No. 8 Size Cast Iron Skillet.... 98c 98c 79c Weill's Busy Basement Nothing Over $1.00 Wash Frocks in Weill's Basement Department y GOOD NEWS Weill's Basement Wash Dress Department will feature the most complete line of \Vash Frocks al $1.00 and less. Weill's aim lo give you the very finest House Frock obtainable at $1.00. REMEMBER —Nothing over $1.00 in Weill's Basement Wash Dress Department. A complete range of sizes from 14 to 52. Bird Cage and Stand $169 i A complete home for your bird at this low price. Cage, stand, perches and seed cups. A wonder value. 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