The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 10, 1933 · Page 4
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOBNIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938 Ward 9 * February SHOE WEEK FEBRUARY 11th to 18th Not a clearance—or a close-out of odd** and-cnda . . . but an event that brings you brand new sprung footwear — for yourself and for every member of the family . . at prices that prove you can save on Shoes at Ward's. WOMEN'S SHOES COMMUNITY NEW A daintily designed black kidskin one- strap for dress wear. It has a modish Louis heel and tiny perforations with gunmetal silk kidskin. LEAVE FOR BERKELEY 10 ATTEND BANQUET McFARLAND, Feb. 10.—Ed Baker, district manager for the Farm Mutual Insurance Company for Kern and Tu- laro counties, with Mrs. Baker, left today for Berkeley to attend n business meeting and banquet of the company to be held their Saturday. Colonel O. s. Grant, popular entertainer of thn McFarland district, accompanied the local gVoup and will give nn 'hour's entertainment at the banquet. All will return homo Sunday with the exception of Mr. Baker, who will leave Saturday night to attend thn national business session held by tho company at Bloomlngton, Illinois. Ho expects to return homo about March 1, and will stop at Larned, Kansas, to visit his parents. He will also spend one day as tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. George CooK at their home at Topeka. They formerly lived In this district. MOJAVE MOJAVE, Feb. 10.— Joe Garyey, who has been In Ihn Southern Pacific Hospital In San FrunclHco for the past two weeks, returned Saturday^ and left Monduy night for Bishop to stay with his mother, Mrs. Ellen Garvey and his brother Tom, former residents here. Mrs, Howard Tongue and daughter Iworralne left Sunday for Bakersfleld to visit the Nell Baugots there. Lor- ralne will enter the Kern County Union High School. . Mr. nnd Mrs. M. H. McDonough of Lancaster spent Sunday with the Charlds Reynolds. Mrs. Mae Griffin left Monday for several days' visit In Los Angeles with her sister. Mrs. Griffin expects to re- sumo her work after her recent toss of property by flru as soon as she tan find a suitable locution. Mr. und Mrs. A. Armstrong of Ii Angeles were the Sunday guests of E. P. Lant. . Johnnie Norton has returned from the convention held In Canada of the Spanish War Veterans. Chauncey Davis attended the mooting In Tehachapl of the American Legion Saturday night, returning homo Sunday. _ . $198 FELLOWS LEGION UNIT HAS BUSY TODAY'S NEWS FROM TUPMAN CHILDREN'S SHOES Tan calf moccasin toe blucher. The two tones of calf grain leather with the smoke color insert is going to make a hit with every young person who sees this shoe. Sizes 8^ to 11; to 2; *|OQ MEN'S SHOES A good looking and long wearing shoe is this black calf lace oxford of calf grain leather, with a Goodyear welt. Sizes 6 to 11 BOYS' SHOES For a boy that's always on the go, select this tan leather blucher oxford of calf grain. It has a leather insole, medium toe and a Goodyear welt construction. Sizes 1 to 0. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Ward's prove that smart fashions can be inexpensively priced . . . TAFT, Feb. 10.—The Auxiliary unit of Cecil Thompson Pogt No, 63, Amor- loan Legion of Fellows, met Tuesday night In the Legion hall at Follows. The .nfghnn upon which tickets had been sold for several weeks was given away to Mrs. John Munds. Assistance to several charity cases was reported. Edith Bnldes, community service chairman, reported J3G In community service work had been done In the past month. The Sewing Club completed 12 hot wnter bottles for hospitals and a dozen tea towels for the Legion hall at the last' meeting. At the next meeting, at the home of Vivian IJUevnth, February 16, pneumonia Jackets will be made. Letters of thanks were read from thn San Fernando Hospital for artlolfs donated. Mrs. Utzerath and Mrs. Cleo Munds will tako a delegation to the area 'meeting nt Vlsalla, February 15. Friday evening, the Legion and Auxiliary will rally at Legion hnll at S o'clock for a program and to draw (jood heart friends. Announcement was made of plans for the Kern County Council meeting In the Legion hall In Taft Sunday at 2 o'clock. . The unit will sponsor the care of one needy girl In the community, It was announced. Vivian Utzerath won the draw prize. Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Waggoner and Mr. Hansen were guests. Dr. George W. Garner- of Taft will be present at the next meeting, February 21, at 7 o'clock, to assist the first aid class. TUPMAN, Feb. 10.—Miss Florence Vrltchett, first grade teacher, has returned to her classroom after several weeks' absence duo to Illness. Mrs. J. Q. Ross was substitute teacher during her absence. Mrs. Zola Carter .and children of Olldale were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bolerjack. Mr. and Mrs. .T. A. Ross were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Munden of Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ahmann and daughter Mildred spent several days visiting relatives at Santa Ana and southern points "this week. The ladles of the Elk Hills P. T. A. held an all-day meeting at the school Wednesday, sewing for the needy children of the district. Thn regular February meeting of the Elk Hills P.- T, A. will bo held this evening. A founder's day program will bo given. Mrs. J. C. Williams and son Henry of Bakersfleld visited Mrs. Loyal Frank Tuesday. Ben Gulp accompanied Leland Freeborn to Los Angeles on a business trip, returning Monday. Will Brnshter received a painful In- Jury recently when he stepped on a nail. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bowman and daughter Margaret were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown, on Wednesday. Miss Florence Prltchett entertained thp Misses Lois Bolerlack. .Tarendlno Farnham and Beulah Scott at dinner Monday, dames were enjoyed during the evening. Miss Beatrice Btvlns was the weekend guest, of Mr, and Mrs, Laurence Lathrop of Bakersfleld. RIO BRAVO RIO BRAVO, Feb. 10.—Local Endeavors who attended the Christian Endeavor conference Monday evening In Bakersfleld were: Madalyn Roxrolh, Myrllo and Cecelia Hoog, Irene Martin, Maxlne Mooro, Frances and Irene Wilson, William J. Hung. Paul, and Woodrow Graves, and Vercll and Harlln Wilson. Mrs. W. M. Smith, Mrs. J. O. Coblo and Mrs. W. B. Wilson attended a meeting of the Bakersfleld Missouri Club Tuesday at the S. S. Upshaw home in Highland Park. Vercll Wilson recently accompanied Rex Jameson of Bakersfleld to Woody on business. Mr. and Mrs. .R. C. Penner and daughter Lucille of Bukersfleld were recent dinner guests at the W. B. Wilson litimo. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Kearney and sons Eugene and Lawrence, of Bak- ersfleld, were gupsts at the R. G. Temple home Monday evening. '$ CLUB CARD. PARIY IS SUCCESS McFARLAND, Feb. 10.—The Women's Club card party -given Thursday afternoon nt the American Legion clubroom was a decided success with 12 tables of bridge In progress, ,.Mru. D. Billings was chairman of the committee, assisted by Mrs. Claude Illch- ardson and Mrs. W. J. Woolverton. The clubroom was decorated In the St. Valentine motif and table appolnt- I mcnts and prizes wore In the aam* motif. Lovely refreshments were served at the card tables following the games. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Albert Brockman of Jasmine, . consolation to Mrs, Elmer E. Lobre, and draw prize to Mrs. L. J. Flaln. A largo delegation of Delano ladles was In attendance, Including: Mesdames George Owner, S. W. McCawley, Nina Powell, T. L. Median, George HaaTdt- oan, Ted Classen, 11. N. Overholscr, W. K. Smith, Georgn MeCllntlck, P. F. Perry, Dale Parker, George Eggleston, Frank Sinks, O. A. Classen, Ernest Glrard and Uoy Woollomcs. Also Mrs, Albert Brockman of Jasmine- and Mrs. Everett Tuesdale of Wnsco. ' New Spring Coots WIL-SAV-U 7 Chester Avenue Hogs' Heads Tripe Veal Stew Beef Stew Mutton Stew Hearts Pot Roast Belling Meat Pork Shanks Every one is a fashion "win- ne°r." The famous satin- and-wool coat, wool crepes with printed scarves . .. suede-fabric sports coats. Blue, tan, bronzecn green, GREY (watch that!) Sizes for misses and womeru Size* 14 to 52 $ 6.95 ri|» lb."I v New Spring Dresses Pleats and shirrings to broaden your shoulders. High-tied necklines, little boleros and jackets "slim" you below thewaist.Beiges, blues, roses. New spring tints. Size. 14 to 48 495 And the Smart Accessories Hats, $1.00, $1.84 Flowvf s, feathers and stiff quills! "Gay ninety" ideas . . and 1933 successes. Viscas and shiny petal* line straws. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Shoulder Roast Pork Roast Veal Roast Mutton Roast.... Hamburger Mutton Chops.... Veal Steak , Center Cut Shoulder Roast Liver Shoulder Steak.... Veal Chops Leg* Mutton Pure Pork Sausage Wieners... 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