The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 10, 1933 · Page 5
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS ^.-.v-'-.t ^&$&y$& IAFT DEBATERS IN BUSY MM High School Students Plan Forensic Activity on Varied 1'opics TAFT, Feb. 10.—February Is to be an exceedingly active month In tho j field of public speaking at the Tnft Union High School. Ernest Mclnnes, Instructor of forensics of tho high school, announced the following events: i Tonight, the junior college debating teams composed of De Molay boys, arc co-operating with the Sclots to present nn Oregon style, cross-question debate on the subject, "The Can- celatlon of War Debts." Oraydon Garrla and George Tharp constitute the J. C. affirmative team while Garlyn Basham and Allan Barr constitute the negative team. The chairman will be C. L. Tomerlln, U. S. history teacher at the high school. PASCOE RETURNS FROM JAUNT TO MEASURE SIERRA SNOWFALL K ERNVILL13, Feb. 10.—Only those few whoso business calls them Into the snowbound reaches of the high Sierra during the winter months has nrd the penetrating of that storm- | Lortured region. The few have a duty to execute, the completion of which determines to a large degree the volume of California's water supply for tho ensuing season. Karl Pnscoe qf Camp Pascoo on the Upper Kern river, accompanied by Shelby Williams, under the direction of the state water commission, has just returned from his first periodical trip of that nature In which ho measured snow depths In the Sierra ns fnr as Round Meadows. Much difficulty was experienced In reaching the snow gauge at that point, which stands at an elevation of 8963 feet, due to the dryness and fineness of the snow being traversed. Using sklls when possible, but more often employing snowshoes, progress was slow. So tedious was their travel that tho adventurers were compelled on their first night out to cnmp In the open, without food, shelter or bed- unable to reach the well-sup- illed line cabin en route. A consistent depth of snow, about feet, prevailed until within about miles of Round Meadows, An Increase In elevation of around 3000 feet VMS encountered during these 7 miles. At the Round Meadows gauge the lepth of snow was expected to be great, but was found to be only 5 eet. Old-timers here say that when heavy snows visit the lower altitudes, is has occurred this season, the fall n the higher mountains Is correspondingly light. Mr. Pascoe reports deor nro being slaughtered by coyotes. Tho fur of the coyote being now nearly valueless commercially, and no bounty on tho animal, leaves no Incentive for their trapping or extermination. Why Make Baking Mistakes? Baking success is "knowing vour flour"—Just ask any user of JENNY WREN, the ready-mixed, all-purpose flonr. With JE3NNY WREN, baking failures simply never hap- 1 pen—because this flour Is recipe mixed at the mills, for all baking uses. It bakes more df.liclously, economically, to your own discriminating requirements. A hundred and more uses, 4 pounds to the package, one all purpose flour, ready-mixed for Instant use—that's JENNY WREN. The most economical to hi'-- because it bakes more to the pound and never a speck wasted on failures. Try this recipe. Jenny Wren Chocolate Cookies '/i cup butter 2 eupi •ugar 3 <(!> • 3 eupi JENNY WREN Flour 3 teupooni vinllli I cup grated chotolato Mix flour, SUBV and choeolato thoroughly. In another btwl mU butter which has been softened a little, beaten eggi and vanilla. To this add the dry mliture a little at a time and 'itlr until thoroughly mixed. Make n small ball In palm of hand about ilio of a walnut, and bake In a mod. irate hot oven for about 15 mlnutei (400°). (IS) .ASK YOUR GROCER * row TMit FINEST f ^111 ffiurooid FLOUR This debate will be preparation for tho entrance of the teams Into tho Phi Ilho PI southwestern forensic tournament In Bakersfield March 3 and 4. Today 'begins tho Central California Forensic League debates. The 'question, "Resolved, That the Plea of Temporary Insanity as a Defense in Crime Shall be Abolished by Law," will be contended by Taft nnd Paso Koblcs. Miss TUiydime Green arid Francis McDowell will uphold the affirmative against Paso Robles. Tho final round of debate on the subject of movies, In the Sierra League, will occur February 14. The affirmative team, Misses Margare OILDALE OILDALE, Feb. 10.—Mrs. John Hazzard and son Lloyd spent Sunday at tho Glen Preston home. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Richardson of Ontario,' Canada, spunt the week-end at the home of Mrs. Richardson's parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Jones. Roe Brock of Huena Vista and Jim Wlnn of Qlennvllle are visiting at the home of Mary Rork. F. Small of Taft spent tho weekend at the home of J. C. Watcnbarger and family. JeniwVfren Smltlie, Oina Varne and Floye Evatt will meet Shatter In Taft. The negative team, Beecher Rlntoul and the Misses Llllls Sherman and Oeraldln Sherman and Oeraldlne Lewis, wil contest against Bakersfleld at Bale ersfield. On the evening of February 14 w|l occur the county championship C. I F. extemporaneous contest between Taft and Bakersfield. Tho genera subject Is "The Evaluation of the Present School Program In the De velopment of Character and Citizen ship." The speakers will draw fo places and have one hour of prcpnra tlon. They will present their speeches nt.the banquet to bo held'In El Tejon hotel for the debaters and speakers. Taft will be represented by Francis! McDowell, Sam Brand nnd Krvln i Schlichtcn with Keith Bright as al- ; j ternate. j I The winners of this cbntest will j repreKpnt Kern count}' In the valley C. I. F. extemporaneous meet to be ' held In Tulare county February 24. | Arrangements are being made for . the second round of Central league | debate with Santa Maria and Arroyo ; Grande February 16. Taft's team will j consist of Okie Varner and Sam J Brandt -with Miss Ruth Doyle as al- I ternate. 1 This strenuous program is claim- I Inpr the attention of the forensic de- j partment which Is preparing to har- j vest a new crop of honors. | A. B. Sprayberry, driver for Peacock Dairies, has moved h'ero from Bakersfield with his family and Is living at 441 Decatur street. Mrs. Bertha. P. Elliott loft Friday night for Ventura where she was called by the sudden dcnth of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Max Coker of Taft were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Coker. Mrs. Nina Hathaway, local librarian, is confined to her home In Bakersfleld with n sprained back suffered when she slipped and fell. Mrs. Grace Hall Is substituting. Mrs, L. Maple has been released from Kern General Hospital but her daughter Mrs. U. H. Apperson Is still confined there, and Is improving. "Grandpa" Pearson who Is 111 at the homo of hln son U. improving In health. D. Pearson, Is PLANML Enthusiasm for Spring Fete Marks Session Held at Mae-Flo Cafe ARVIN, Fob. iO.—The Arvln Booster Club held Its regular meeting nt the Mae-Flo cafe on Wednesday. Arrangements for the annual flowef- fcs- Llvnl are In progress and reports from tho various committees wore given. L. B. Nourse, secretary of the Kern Jounty Chamber of Commerce, reported that maps and flower festival literature were In the making: nnd would bo released and ready for distribution within 80 days. R. ~Li. Thayer, president of the or gantzutlon, told of a communication he had received from the Shell Oil Company, stating that If they wished the services of Hugh Barrett Dobba (Captain Dobbsle) as master of ceremonies, that he would be available for that day. F. AV. Downs reported that the Standard Oil loud speakers could bo obtained for the occasion. H. R. Seat stated that the Tejon ranch officials had offered to co-oper- ote In every way possible to make the day a successful one, Earl Smith of Taft spoke of the benefits received by the county dur Ing the wlldflower season and com pllmented the Arvln Booster Club fo; Its leadership In putting on such a festival. 1 E. O. Mitchell, head of the alfalfi marketing for Kern county, reporter on the activities of the organization and M. A. Lindsay, farm adviser, tol of plans to make alfalfa a more profit able product. Hugh S. Pomeroy of the Kern Cpunty Planning Commission, stressei the Importance of communities look Ing to the future In making thel plans for roads and Improvements. Those attending from out of tow were Earl Smith, L. B. Nourse, Har old Pomeroy, Hugh Pomeroy, M. A Lindsay, H. E. Woodworth and Bo Barlow. Arvln members present wer Ned Barlow, T. W. Downs, Rnymon Mitchell, E. O. Mitchell, Ralph Thays Walter Roush, E. S. Barlow, T. I Hill, Charlie Maddox, Henry Cham bles, Roy Knowles and W. P. Nance Will Open Bakery in Wasco Location WASCO, Fob. 10.—A now bakery Is o bo opened In Wasco 'soon by Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Carlock of Los An- cles, who have leased tho building ormerly occupied by tho Poppy Studio tnd Thompson's barber shop. Tho nrlocks have rented the Everett ""homas home on D street, where they re to realdo. V. D, Robinson, proprietor of the 'oppy Studio, has leased the Victory hoe Shop building, where he will op- rato his photography shop and live n tho roar of the building. Thompson's barber shop will move nto tho place 'formerly occupied by he Pelican sandwich shop. Mr. homas is remodeling and redpcorat- \K this shop for Mr. Thompson, Mr. nd Mrs. Al Corroll aro established In he old bakery building across tho trect. WAR DEBT PROBLEMS AT WASCO BIBLE CLASS MEETS McPARLAND, Feb. 10.—Mrs. C. H. Stiles, teacher of the Woman's Blblo class nt the Methodist Church, entertained members of tho class at her ;iome on Harlow avenue Thursday afternoon. Those enjoying Mrs. Stiles' hospitality were Mesdames Elmer E Damon, F. E. Trash, H. F. Webb I. A. Burroughs, Huntley Wobb, J. 13 MoKarlnnd and Claude RateUln. WASCO, Feb. 10.—European debt problems were a subject of Interest .o members of the Teachers' Club Tuesday evening, the talk having been made by Dr. Qnorgo Ingolow of tho Bakersfleld Junior College. International relations and possible solutions wore Included, Ulna Florence Howard sang two numbers, "I Hear You Go rty" and "Old Refrain," with accompaniment by Miss Helen Johnson. Special guests were Mrs. John Vrba, Mrs. A. D. Fry and Miss Mable Main. Tho hostesses used the Valentino motif for tnblo decorations when serving refreshments. Hostesses woro Mrs. Arthur Prltschke, Mrs. Lester Smith and Miss Eva Bamborough. Students at Maple SchooTHold Meet WASCO, Fob. 10.— The Mapln Student League mot Tuesday nftnrnoon with President Anna Sllvkoff pri-sld- IriK. After the business meotlnR a short cntertiilnnient WHK ptlvnn by (he pupils of the Sixth. Seventh and Eighth Rriidi'.s. Arnold WitlonljisrK K.'ivo a short tnllc, tolling what the discipline rnmmllten hnd done during the lust month, followed by several rchilliiBN, BOIIKH and u Hhort piny. Those taking part, were Willie Ef- Beaoff, Mary Ann Kpp, ttraco Wnr- Itentlnc, Frank Unruh. Lilly Chorna- buff, Fanny Samalne, leather Wittenberg, Hetty Kadel, Nixnoy Handera, Jackla KockerRln, Marvin Neumun, Alary Helen Canel, Uernlce Uarllng, Kda Shannon, Gertrude Wittenberg and Esther Wlcbo. SPEAKS AT SMARTER SHAFTER, Feb. 10.—Boyd Reynolds, who served for 22 years as park guide and scout In the Yellowstone National Park, gave an Illustrated lecture at a student body assembly In tho high school on Wednesday. Tho lantern slides were of unusual Interest and beauty. Mr. Reynolds' accompanying talk was especially well received. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION WASCO, Feb. 10. — Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Prltschke entertained at a turkey dinner Tuesday evening at their homo In honor of the birthday of Mrs. Prltschke's mother, Mrs. N. Ullbreath. The guests wore, besides Mrs, (Jllbrcnth and her daughters Pauline and Kuth (illbreath, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aonil, Miss Doris Aernl, Dale Aernl, and Mrs. .11. Hatllff and baby daughter, of, Tulsa, who are vsltlng here. £ LEGION ML FROLIC AT VISALIA TAFT, Feb. 10.—The next Moos* Legion frolic will be hold In Moose hall at Vlsnlln Saturday evening, February 11. The present plans call for a buffet snipper to bo served, starting at 7 o'clock. This Is tho first time In nearly two yearn that a meeting has been held In Visalia and Legionnaires are urged tr> attend. Election of officers Is one of the Important matters to be taken up. A meriting of the executive committee Is also to be held. Among those expected to be in attendance are Clarence A. Williams, Robert M. Jerome, Rny Mlnner, Fred Mitchell, L. P. Russell, George Coker, Jt. O. Nunnally, H. V. Hatteshelmcr, C. Harry KroiiKh, Earl D. Coates, Melvln W. Wood, Henry Egger, Jack Cousins, J. T. HUnton. Emory O. Hoffman, Joseph A. Bios, Martin Orloff, H. A. Dudley, Earl T. Burley, Samuel I>ye. V. J. Htoll, George R. Smith, Charles N. Potter, I. C. Baker, John H. Powd, Mlko Schwafel and .Tnhii Riithwcll. B. F. Stinson Market 1709-11 Chester Avenue Phone 612 "S. & H." Green Stamps—AH Departments Friday, Saturday and Monday MARKET SPOT Union Avenue at Eighteenth Street George J. Terhune, Mgr. Saturday, February 11 WHITE KING 10bar 8 25C Granulated Soap, Ige. 29c JELL-WELL All Butter, Solid Ib. Crackers, A Sunshine m Ibs. Coffee, Chase A Sanborn Ib. Prunes 10-lb. box Potato Chips pkg. Olives, Large 9-oz. can 20c 25c 3lc 69c 5c Large Ranch .doz. Medium Ranch Eggs ......... Sugar 2 10 Bllndcraft Brooms, Good Quality Ib. C. P. C. Peanut Butter Ib. Nucoa, Best Foods.... I5c d OZ 25c I*. 43c 29c I5c 2, b . I9c Sperry's Pancake and Waffle Flour... .large pkg. 15c Flavors.. U pkgs. Del Monte Peaches. large cans 25c Stokely Corn, A No. 2 Cans V for Del Monte Prunes 2-1 b. pkg. Blsqulck .pkg. Val Vita Tomato A Sauce cans Stokely Sauer.kraut. . . 4 M large cans S. A. W. Fruit Preserves. .2|/ 2 -lb. jar Welcome Q Olives cans PURE CANE SUGAR 25c 29c S. & W. Coffee., Purex 2 quart AR- bottles £wC Loveland I Peas No. 2 can I Fort Howard Q A Tissue w rolls «• Dixie Queen A 4 String Beans W cans *• Van Camp Pork and Beans medium Mission Bell 4 Soap bar V Fancy Delicious ^ Apples * FULLY SO'/. OF BAKINO. FAILURES ARE DUE TO INFERIOR FLOUR—USE DRIFTED SNOW HOME-PERFECTED FLOUR 23e lit* 39e Sack... 49 L, $1.23 Bisqulck 29c Wheat Hearts 20-oz. pkg. 15c Frye Bros. Progressive Meat Market Kern County Quality Meat at Reasonable Prices , 43c 19c lie Longhorn 4 Q A Cheese lb. IOC Frying Chickens and Rabbits ARMOUR'S MILK J Large Cans. 196 Leg o' Lamb ....... lb. Round Steak, Ground ...... lb. Pork Roast ........ lb. 17£c 20c 10c Steer Pot Roast Ib. Lean Leg Pork Roast Ib. Fresh Ground Pure Pork A Sausage *• Ibs. I2c I2c Lean Pork Steak Fresh Ground Round Steak. Angelus Sliced Bacon y 2 -\b. pkg. FRESH DRESSED RABBITS 2 ,25c I8c I Oc FRUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT Klamath Falls Russet I A Potatoes • •» Ibs. Yams or Sweet A Potatoes w Bananas E Delicious E Apples V Ibs Pippin O Apples 9 Large' Oranges doz : , ,„. Ibs. 25e 26e 26c Juice Oranges. Grapefruit 2 d o, 25e IB• WV Cauliflower, Large Heads... * for Celery A I Rft A bunches I Wv bunches 2for5c All Bunch VegetabFes ....... * for Dry A I Or *t Ibs. IU6 Onions Complete Line of Lunch Meats MARKET SPOT. CHICKEN SHOP Largest Poultry House In Bakersfield SATURDAY'S SPECIALS Fryers Young Roasters. Frying Rabbits. PHONE int. 24»h and M St GALATAS BROS. Quality Fruits and Vegetables 2011 Chester Avenue—in Bakersfleld Hardware F,ree Delivery Phone 251 Apples, Pippin Extra Fancy box 8 Ibs. for 25c 86e Oranges, Large Free From Frost box Grapefruit, 9R* Large dor.ftWV Box, 7Bo Potatoes, U. S. No. 1 Klamath...25-lb. sack Winesap Apples, A Extra Fancy.. ™ Ibs. 25e Strawberry Rhubarb. 2 ,„, 25e Kentucky Wonder Beans 2 „, 25e Tomatoes, Extra Fancy.., 2 ,,. 26o Lettuce, Boulder Dam 3, 10c Celery .bunch 5e Artichokes, Large.... 5 ,„ 2De Saturday Brings New Wonder Values to See Bakersfleld's PET PARADE Saturday Morning, 9 o'Clock WEILL'S Each participant In the Pet Parade will receive a ration of dog or cat food by coming to Welll's after the free show at the Fox theare. Be here at 9 a. m. Share in these Wonder Value Savings MEN'S SLIP-ON SWEATERS FOUNDATION GARMENTS .00 Men! Here's an all-wool sleeveless slip-on sweater. Shop early for this wonder value BASEMENT $1.00 BIAS CUT SLIPS Here's an item you can't afford to miss. See this slip and you'll know the reason why.... BASEMENT 64c NEW DAYTIME FROCKS Guaranteed fast color frocks in a new and clever assortment of* styles BASEMENT New spring girdles, corsets and corseleltes included in this group. Expert corsellieres MAIN FLOOR PURE DYE ALL-SILK SLIPS Truly a wonderful value. Compare the materials and workmanship. They're worth d*"| AC MAIN FLOOR much more. JERSEY KNIT BLOUSES Regular $2.50 blouses but the size and color assortments are broken. Shop early MAIN FLOOR Entire Stock 50c Undies 44c BASEMENT Mickey Mouse Sweat Shirts 59c Weill's Famous 59c Full-Fashioned ALL-SILK HOSE Stock up now, during this special price event. All sizes, new colors. WEILL'S BUSY BASEMENT 2 for $ 7. The Best Assortment of New Spring WASH FROCKS in Bakersfleld $1.95 ,o $2.99 MAIN FLOOR You'll Love the Charm of These Brand New Spring Frocks Regular $3.85 Values Silk and Wool Dresses and Ensembles New dresses arrive for this special event. Come in, see them. You'll find styles for street, afternoon and sports wear all ul this special sale price. WEILL'S BUSY BASEMENT Women's Novelty Shoes 25 New Spring Patterns Including Sport Oxfords $ 1 98 to *2.95 We are greatly enthused over this huge assortment of shoes for spring. Every pattern a real wonder value. See them at Weill's Busy Basement. Great Scott Shoes for Children For mothers who want their chil- tf* drcn to have n correct shoe for «jT) growing foot, Weill's recommend Great Scott shoes. 1.69 Weill's Busy Basement.

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