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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, February 7, 1933
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THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIPOHNIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1033 COMMUNITY NEWS GIVES BANQUET Parents and Teachers Are Guests at McFarland School Affair MeFAJtlLAND, Feb. 7.—Members of the Honor Society of the high school honored their parents and teachers At 'a banquet held at the home economics rooms of the school, Friday evening. .Miss Mary Shlck, president of the society, acted as toes'! mistress and welcomed the parents and teachers to tho banquet. During the banquet the following program was given s Violin solo by Woodrow Wlmberley; talk, "Tho Alms and Accomplishments of tha Society," by Francis Orober; vooal solo, "Smiling Through," by Betty Richardson; talk' complimenting th« parents Upon their honor students by IB. "P. Janes, principal; reading, "Under the Buggy Seat," by Violet Roomo; piano duet by Francis Orober and Phyllis Hendry, response by Mrs. Claude Richardson. Tho banquet room and tables war* delightfully appointed In tho Valentine motif. Red candles decorated the center of the table and each guest's place was marked by dainty red .boskets and Valentine place cards. The banquet was catered by Mrs. K L. Calkins, the table waitresses wero four homo economics girls, Ella Mae Hart, Vernal Perrln, Gladys Peterson and Margie Calkins. Parents nnd teachers enjoying the banquet were: Messrs, and Mcsdames Claude Richardson, A. R. Grober, B. C. Shlok, Paul Llndley, H. J. Hendry, John Meeham, H. B. Roome, Mesdames Ida Wlmberley, Ann Danner, and Mrs. Hubbard and Mr. O. Turner, Messrs, and Mesdames Huntly Webb, E. P. Janes, U. C. Allen, Z. I* Williamson, Miss Ann Harder, and Miss Marie C. Lourenzo. Honor students attending were: Betty Richardson, Francis Grober, Mary Shlck, Woodrow and Wayne Wlmberley, Paullta Llndley, Phyllis Hendry, Melva Meehan, Alice Danner, Ossle , Turner, Florence Hubbard, Frank Hancock and Violet Roome. KERNVILLE KERXVILL15. Feb. 7.— Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hand and their daughter, Margaret, wero recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pettypool. The evening was spent playing bridge. Mrs. C. R. Tlmmons IB recovering from a dislocated shoulder Injury. Paul Rhodes, chief clerk for Bert James, was called to the Palmer ranch near Weldon, Saturday due to the sudden Illness of his father, J. M. IlhodeK, who recently arrived here from Washington state. Following a hurried trip to Bakersficld It was learned Mr. Ilhodes' Illness was not serious. Miss Dorothy Johnson, of Bakersfield. was a recent guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Lupe Chrysler. Mr. nnd Mrs. Krt Pettypool spent the week-end nnrt Monday as guests of Mr. und Mrs. A. O. Suhre In Isabella. Mr. Pettypool Is nHsistinn .Mr. Sulire In invoicing tho stock of tho Suhre store. Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Frailer and Mr. and Mrn. C. E. (Dutch) Kills. attended tho auto races In Bakersficld Sunday. PANAMA PANAMA, Fob. 7. —Frank Halter of Fellows visited his parents on Thursday. Rev, A, 8. Donat and family of Bttkersfleld wero visiting In the community Sunday afternoon. MojsrB. B. 'ft. van Horn and B. C, van Horn and families went to Los Angeles Thursday, returning Sunday, llrs. a. B. Olebel and Mrs. F. «. Soarez of Bakersfleld visited their parents, Joo Halter and wife, Sunday. They were accompanied home by their sister, Miss Martha, who had been visiting them during the weak. Mrs. R. H. O'Dell and sons of Taft visited Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C, E, Black. Mrs. E. J. Bryant of Long Beach la visiting her daughter. Mrs. Robert Wilson, south of Panama. Mrs. Eva Wilson suffered a light stroke of paralysis Saturday evening and was taken to Whlttler Sunday morning by Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Thomas, where she will remain Indefinitely. Barbara Wallace and Muriel Ashe were guests Sunday of the latter's grandmother, Mrs. B. M. A«he. Mrs. Eva Dye Is visiting her brother, W. H. McKee and family. Misses Odllla and Josephine Pelosl of Bakersfleld visited their grandparents Sunday. Miss Mary Asho took a .group of children to the mountains Sunday, where they enjoyed {he snow. Children's Party to Be Held Tonight TAPT, Feb. 7.—Tho annual children's party of Taff chapter, No. 387, Order of tho Eastern Star, will be held tonight in the Masonic temple. Tho business session of the chapter will begin promptly at 7:30 and during the lodge room ceremonies the children will,be entertained with games and refreshments in the banquet room downstairs. Immediately following tho closing of chapter, tho program will bo given. All children of Eastern Star members under 12 years of age are eligible 1 for the program. Mrs. Anna Folk and Mrs. Mabel Jesse are In charge of the program, Mrs. Marie Howes has chargo of the games and Mrs. Floyd Ogg- will supervise tho refreshments. WEDDED AT LOS ANGELES MOJAVE, Feb. 7.—A report that Just reached Mojavo was that of the marriage of Miss Avallna Sands and Manuel Hidalgo, of Los Angeles, on Friday, January 27, at tho home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sands, of that city. Miss Delia Sands, tho bride's sister, was mald-of-honor, and C. P. Ott was tho best man. Mrs. Hidalgo made her home here with hef relatives, the K. J'. Otts, ever since she was two years old. Her education was received In the Mo- Jnve Grammar (School, where she wns graduated In 1927, and h«r graduation from the A. V. U. H. S. In Ijincaster was with the class of 1932. Mrs. Hidalgo Is a talented dancer, and she and her sister Delia appeared frequently at amateur performances hero. ELECT OFFICERS TAFT, Feb. 7.—Tho girls' glee club of the Taft Union High School held election of officers for the second semester recently. Officers arc Hlta O'Brleli, president; Sybil Day, vice- president; Eulii Vcneble, secretary- treasurer; Kuth Doyle, advertising manager, anil Wllma Nesblt, assistant manager. The league is planning u (lanci ut the high school gymnasium today. Miss Beulah Heck Hostess for Troop MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 7.— Miss Beulah Meolc, assisted by hor mother, Mrs. M. A. Heck, entertained the members of tho Boar Motntnln Olrl Scout troop and committee at a do- llghtful 1 o'clock luncheon at her homo Sunday, Tho occasion was In honor of tho sixth anniversary of tho founding 1 of tho local troop. Vlnk and, black, the troop colors, were used In tho table appointments, The novel favors were In the form of the Qlrl Scout emblem and were used as napkin rings, The gue'sta were Klslo Jensen, Mary Alloe Thompson, Elizabeth Whnrton, Oenovleve Seeger, Artie nnd Frelda Rons, Mary Coulter, Martha McQraw, Jeanette Frlck, Mary Lou Frlek, Lois dribble; Mesdtimcs H. O, Thompson, J, P. Jensen nnd J. TJ. Burgess. Celebrates Birthday With Snow Shovel KERNVILLE, Feb. 7.— Mrs. Jenny Morgan, who was ,a snowed-ln guest of Mrn. M. P. Kemcrar and Miss Gloria Kemerer, at their homo on tho Kern river north of here, regarded tho heavy' fall of snow as JuBt a temporary Inconvenience, and its removal from the housetop Just another chore In the day's work. So, In order to beflttlngly celebrate her eighty-sixth birthday, she mounted to the Kemcrcr bungftlow, arid with tho aid of a shovel, did her part In removing snow thnt had fallen to a depth of three feet. . Mrs. Morgan Is one of the many older citizens of this section who laugh at Father Time and continue merrily on In the Joy of living. ORGANIZE MOJAVE GIRLS MOJAVE, Feb. 7.— Miss Kathleen White was the recent organizer, with the assistance of her mother, Mrs. John White, of a Camp Fire Girls' Group. A name has not been selected. Mrs. Whlto will bo tha official guard- Ian and her daughter assistant guard- Ian. Miss Kathleen was assistant guardian of the Bluebird Camp Fire group In Pnlmdale, where the Whites have lived for the past year. She was a member of the Tan Da. Group. Charter members are: Grace Everett, Mol- lle Mao Adams, Hazel .Sylvia, lone Klntzcl, Blanche Dorm, Ruth Easterwood, Lois Webb. Tho group will meet nt the Whlto home every Monday at 3:30 p. m. until plans are completed and later they will meet at the homes of the members. At the last meeting, Molllo Mao Adams was elected president; Lois Webb, vice- president; Ruth Easterwood, secretary; Blanche Dorm, treasurer, and Grace Everett, count keeper. Installing Staffs Guests at Party MAIUCOPA, Feb. 7. — Clifford L. Helms', district deputy grand master of District No. 78, and Mrs, Margaret Cluerln of Wasco, district deputy president of District No. 30, entertained their Installing staffs with a theater party and dinner Saturday evening. The guests met in Bakersfleld. ThOsiiion of the Installing staff were presented with gifts by Mrs. Ouerln and her staff. Guests wero Messrs, and Mesdames C. L. Helms. A. F. Guerln, W. E. Brown, II. O. Williamson and family, W. H. Bryant, W. J. Parnienter, F. E. Unruh, H. J. Kyle, W. B. Devlnc, J. A. Whltoner, Mrs. Mabel Bond, Misses Madeline Par- nienter and Valerie Swlnk, Mrs. Isabel Hull, H. H. Deaton and Frank A. Landwehr. ENTERTAIN FRIENDS TAFT, Feb. 7.— Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Shaney entertained a number of friends recently at their Fourth street home Jit a delightful dinner, with bridge following. Tho Invited guests were Messrs, nnd Mesdames J. B. Hobart, James Freed, Virgil Schwartz, Coker Rathbonc and Don Rathbone. The bridge play resulted In Mrs. Freed holding high score for 'the women nnd Coker Jlathbone high scoro for the men. TO HOLD PARTY TAFT, Feb. 7.—The Women of the Moose will hold u benefit cnrd party in Legion hall Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Bridge, whist and pedro will bo played, with fine prizes for the winners. Believe me, I want a Car that's Safe!" A CIITIFIID INTIIVIIW WITH POLICE IIIUTINANT AMOS ANDERSON, DARIIN, CONN. "1 not only n*4 about accidents... I actually ste them in my work. So t^/tly means a lot tome." $^ n iiir -ajmiiiiiiaimiiM) WITH FLOATING POWER "I kept thinking about the protection for my wife and little girl in that steel body and tb« safety gUst." "So when I taw the new Plymouth Six I waa thinking of a great deal more than its good looks." •••——-— "So I looked at other low-priced cars, then came back to Plymouth. Nowadays, 1 feel a lot safer." "I gave them all the Third Degree...and then picked Plymouth 1 ' W E'RE all thinking of safety these days, engineered the excess weight out of the car! As Lieutenant Anderson says: It's a AI««. :.• a ,• i o. • L i nice feeling to have a steel body between ln ^£ ", \ IZt?"'™ 1 "' , S £ ' ' : w "£ that you and thf other fellow's careless^,," 2S±£±?JKEX" 0 "" 1 ***" But safety's just one feature you get in a Plymouth ... so let> pass over hydraulic brakes and the rigid-X frame. In Plymouth you get a big, full-sized car .,. solidly built! You get a 70-horsepower engine ... a "performin' fool" on the road, yet mighty easy on your purse, because we ve engine mountings alone give. No wonder Lieutenant Anderson decided that Plymouth offers more for the money. NEW PRICES • 4-DOOR SEDAN NOW $90 LESS Four-Door Sedan $545, Convertible Coupe $565. Rumble Seat Coupe $525, Business Coupe $495. All prices f. o. b. factory. Convenient terms. Low delivered prices. Automatic Clutch optional—$8. PLYMOUTH SIX '495 AND Ur F.O.I. FACTORY • SOID »Y 7,131 DISOTO, POOOf AND CHRYSLER DEALERS Rio Bravo Pupils Win Honor Award RIO BRAVO, Feb. 7.—The honor roll for tho school quarter has boon announced at the Rio Bravo School (is follows: First grade, Qene Stewart; Second grade, Muriel Ktrkham: Third Rrade, Cftlvln Wilson; Fourth srads, Mitry Bolla and Mlslo Miller,' Fifth grade, Conrad Newman; Sixth grade, Howell . Miller and Erva White; Seventh grade, Kenneth Denlo; Eighth grade, Emma Nikkei, ffilnor Prances Schlorlmann and Lorn White. ' Those having perfect attendance for th» quarter are: Junior Dickinson, Prank Ctimonlsch, Marjorlo Calder, Chester Dickinson, Roy Cam- ensloh, Cnlvln Wllaon, Rosalyn Sears, Mnry Bolla, Harriott Camonslch, Merle Cftlder, Howell Miller, Donald Suydam, I/eroy Temple, Claudia Itaney, Kmma Nlklwl, and Elnor Frances Schlerlmann. ROARING. FORTY DANCE SHAFTER, Keb. 7.— Members and guests of tho Ronrlng-Forty Dnnoo Club enjoyed a pleasant evening In the Woman's Club house Saturday, the music being furnished by tho Mc- Klnley orchestra. Hosts and hostesses for tho affair were Mr, nnd Mrs. J. B. Englo and, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Henderson, assisted by Mrs. B. J. Peery, Mrs. E. B. Strlnghanm, Mr. nnd Mrs. Max McKlnley, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Hare. The clubhouse was attractively decorated with heart- trees, clover heart-faces painted by Mrs. Engle, and festoons of hearts nnd flowers. Several special novelty dances were given, among them n prize dance. Mrs. M. B. McFarland of McFurlnnd was the lucky guest. PLAN PUBLIC DINNER FELLOWS, Feb. 7.— The Ladles of tho Christian church completed their plans for the public dinner to be given Friday evening, February 10, nt the church. The reception committee will Include Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morris, the Misses Clara Tweddell and Patsy Me- Kaln, and Karl Smith. Kitchen committee will be Mesdames C. M. Twed- doll, D. T. Shands, Guy L. Smith, C. A. Corbln and AV. Tralse. The dining room committee are Mesdames s. T. nnd Lorcna Brownfleld, IT. J. and J. O. Sunderlund, M. J. Scott. The decorating committee will use the valentine motif. Tho dinner menu will Include turkey niul Virginia baked hnm. Fifty cents will bo charged adults and 25 cents for children. FELLOWS FELLOWS, Feb. 7.— Mrs, R. J. Bennett received word Saturday of .the death of her father, J, T. Rogers, at his homo In Everett, Washington. Mrs. Bennett and llttlo daughter, Marjorte, loft Bakorsflold At midnight for the parental homo to attend the funeral rite* whloh will bo held Wednesday. Mr, Bennett, accompanied by his undo, Ed James of Taft, left Saturday evening for Madcra to bring the former's mother,' Mcs. R. Jj. Bennett, who will remain wlfli her son and daughters, Helen and Barbara, during Mrs. Bennett's absence. ' Mrs, C. II. Morgan accompanied hor brother Frank Gordon north and Is visiting their mother. Mrs. Lucy Gordon at Belmont. O. A. Taber of tho Manley-McQInn lease returned home Saturday evening from Napa where ho attended the funeral rites for Frank Manley. Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Fnlroy motored south for tho week-end and to get tho former's mother, Mrs. Jfl. M. Falrey, who has boon staying with Miss Aral Falrey In Los Angeles. Stanley Lopes Flores In 111 with pneumonia at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Flores. FRUITVALE FHUITVALK, Feb. 7.— Miss Graco Koyes, teacher of tho boys' class of tho Fruitvalo Sunday school, was hostess to tho members of hor class at a party at tho John Havrcll home Saturday aftcrnuon. At the close of tho afternoon refreshments wore served. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Heter had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Nikkei and daughter Wllma of Bakersfleld, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Nord and family and Mr. and Mrs. K J. nicliert nnd family of Grecley. Miss Emily Vincent attended a parly Friday night at the homo of Miss Roso Stockton In Highland Park. Tho party -was given by tho Argonaut girls of the/ Congregational Church In honor of the Camn Fire girls. • Miss Paulino Goodman of tho Stlne district spent Sunday as the guest of her sister. Mrs, Clarence Mills. Ed Krebs, proprietor of tho Fruitvale dairy, who has been seriously 111 with pneumonia, Is reported as much Improved. Robert Wright and 15. M. Pryor have been assisting at the dairy during Mr. KrebB' Illness. FELLOWS, Feb. 7.— Mesanmes B. P. Heok, M. M. Chambers, C. E. Simons, A. 11. Hummel, R. N. Hatch, Leo T. Smlthe, A. M. Pccka and J. A. Hylton wore hostesses Saturday afternoon when they honored Mrs. M. H. Cloodo with a «ellghtful surprise layctto shower at the homo of Mrs. O..P. Goode. Games were enjoyed, tho honoree receiving tho prize In the valentine game. Llttlo Lorlta /.oyn Simons appeared dressed as A valentine, and drawing a beautifully decorated wagon laden with lovely gifts for the guest of honor. ' Cake piled high with whipped cream, home-made candles and cot- fco were served by the hostesses. Present were Mesdames J. H. Mason, E, D. Smyser, 1. N. Wlnslow, C. A. Brand, T, H. Barries, C. M. Tweddell, Waldo Snyder, M. L. Mln- tcr, .J. H. McKnln, Alta Simons, C. IS. Parsons, D. T. Dawes (Ollg), H. K. Waggoner, S. F. Shane, C. E. Whltlock, 13. T. Smysor, J. F. Parker, L. D. Mason and daughter Mnrdell, I* Heuler and son Barton, W. C. Falrey, O. P. Cloocle, Miss Margaret Cloodo, tho honorao, and the hostesses. QIVE BUFFET SUPPER , MARICOPA, Fob. 7.— Mr. and Mrs. Dan Phillips entertained tho basketball loams, Class A, B and C, Saturday evening, with a buffet supper. Tho evonlng was spent playing games, after which the supper was served to Misses Lou I so Helsel, Mary Lou Bond, Mary Hllllary and Ina Moore; also Donald and Erdle EubanUs. Elmer Walker, Paul Perinentor, Kennoath Loe Payne, Carl Moore, Harry Rupp, Buford Rhodes, Woodlo Allen, Major Burnham, George Morrison, Blllle Smith, Seth Warner, Donald Devlno, Jame Flake, and Coach Noblo and tha host and hostess. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY WASCO, Feb. 7. — Marking tha birthday anniversary of her husband, who was hero for tho week-ond from Los Angeles, Mrs. Arthur Prltsohko entertained at dinner and cards Saturday evening at their homo. Guests wero Messrs, und Masdnmos John Vrba, A. D. Fry and Milton Lohr and Miss Mable Main. SPECIAL INITIATION WASCO, Feb. 7.—A special Initiation was held at Wasco chapter of Eastern Star Saturday evening for a candidate, who Is leaving the community. Degrees wero conferred by the matron and patron, Mrs. Eunice Campbell nnd Herbert Prltsolike. Mrs. Gracn I. Jones of Marloopa, deputy grand matron of the thirty-seventh district, waw escorted to a scat of honor in tho oast. Mrs. Georgia Gnr- dlncs, worthy matron of Beacon Hay chapter of Los Angeles, was u visitor and was alno escorted to the east. Refreshments were served in the banquet rooms by Mesdames Del- phlno Mann, Lillian Wheat and C. C. Atkinson. MISS FAIREY HOSTESS FELLOWS. Feb. 7.— Mrs. W. C. Falrey was hostess to a group of the Rebokuh ladleK Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Ida Sparks. The jifter- nooii was enjoyed vlnltlng and the hostess pervert refreshments. Bidden were Mosdume.s Vivian Utzeralh, Nora G. Irwln. Kffle Johnson, Velnia R. Allen, Amelia Flores, Allda Ifylton, Mamie K Sutllfr, Dora J. lleilriolt, Alaudo Shane, Mrs. Bert Holmes. Sending regrets that they could not attend were Mesdnmes Phyllis w. Lindsay, Gladys A. Form way. Ida H Parsons, Belle Whltlock and Miss Winifred Forrmvny. MRS. WHEELER HONORED FELLOWS. Feb. 7.— Tho nil-day meeting of the \v. c. T. U. held Saturday at the Baptist Church was well attended. Honor guests wore Mr«. Eva IVhepler, president of Southern California Branch, and her ,>s<?eretiiry. Miss Mabel Brown. Mi.«w Brown is trying to organi/.o n "Young- People's W. C. T. U. with Tnft and Fallows unltlnK. She hopes to liavo this organization completed by the Mini-h 0 meeting at tho Fellows Christian Church. ATTEND WASCO LUNCHEON SHATTER, Feb. 7.— Eawiern Star members who belong to chapters outside of the Wa.soo chapter were guests nt a delightful luncheon Saturday at one o'clock in tho Masonic Temple In Wnsro. Those wlxj wont from Hhafter were: Mesilamea (Jlou O. Nuy, J. ('. OhaniipHon, H. 10. Grlb- blo, Henry Neufeld, .1. K., (>. H. Potter, D. O. Moore, K .T. Terry, T. V. T.lttlc, I'. L. Arnold nnd O. C. MoudowH. ....... .»•-».- . ; ENROLLMENT AT DELANO i DELANO, l'>b. 7.— With tlir? begltrv ] nlng of tho homester, enrollmont In tlje Delano Union Grammar Schools reached SIU pupils. Midterm promo. tions havo beta made, and now pupils huvu been iiduiltte/l to tho first grades. Enrollment fur the west sldo school IK 281: Ceull uveiuiii .school, 301; Colony school, 2H; ami kindergarten, 2G. Real drip coffee at last! (and wJuit a. difference! J Ordinary coffee (no matter how good) cannot possibly make real drip coffee. Nor docs grinding it finer Kelp much.. Schilling Drip Coffee is an entirely NEW coffee, specially prepared for the purpose, as it should be. Even trie necessary filter papers are packed in each tin. Now at your grocer* ! VDrip For La-test Percolator Model or ordinary DRIP Coffee Maker Coffee Pot and \ Ib. of Schilling DRIP Coffee or send *1.10 to Standard A Schilling & Co., San Fr»nci«co. Schilling Coffee Money back if not tativficd. «» usual. MODERN FIREPROOF 1'JROPEA.h fl*»H HOTEL SUTTIR SUTTtR AT KCARHJ SJS. SAN FRANCISCO RMM WITHOUT IATO ROOM WITH BATH CBO. 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