The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 10, 1933 · Page 7
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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, February 10, 1933
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THE 13AKKRSF1ELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1933 COMMUNITY iSS^SrariJ* LEGION GROUP NAMES ' DELEGATES FOR MEET DELANO, Feb. 10.—Commander B. F. Richardson of Merle Reed Post of tho American Legion, E. A. Roberts, post adjutant, and Oliver J. Whitton will represent the local post at tho Kern County'Council meeting which will bo held on Sunday at Bakersfield. Delegates were appointed nt the regular mooting of tho post .on Tuesday night. Mrs. Albert Swanson, president of •ithe woman's auxiliary, and Mrs, William Shewcrnft, chairman of the Poppy dny sale, wero present and presented the post with a bowl of popples, one for each member of tho post. Com• tnander Richardson accepted tho gift for tho post. Tho organization will co-operate with tho local Masonic lodgo In trio observance of school week. Annual awards of medals which tho Legion 'posts give each your to pupils of eighth grado grammar schools are now on display in local stores. •These ti wards arc given In the eighth grade grammar schools of Plxley, Earllmart, Alpaugh and Delano. The post is co-operating with the •local volunteer fire department In readiness for any emergency or dls nster which might arise In tho community. Reports of committees were given and routine business transacted WOMAN LOST 20 POUNDS OFJAT Lost Her Prominent Hips- Double Chin—Sluggishness '. Gained Physical Vigor— A Shapely Figure. >If you're fat—first remove th cause! : Take one half teaspoonful of Krus chen Salts In a glass of hot water I: •the morning—In 3 weeks get on th HCales and note how many pounds o fat have vanished. Notice also that you have gained I energy—your skin Is clearer—you fee younger in body—Kruschen will glv any fat person a Joyous surprise. But bo sure It's Kruschen — you health comes first—and SAFETY firs Is tho Kruschen promise. Get a bottlo of Kruschen Salts from Eastern Drug Co., Service Drug Co Hughes Drug Store, 19th and Chester or any leading druggist anywhere 1 America (lasts 4 weeks) and the cos is but little. If this first bottle doesn' convince you this Is the easiest, SAF BST and surest way to lose fat—you money gladly returned.—Adv. BUTTONWILLOW BUTTONWILI/OW, Feb. 10. — The Womon'8 Union met recently at the Baptist Church for their monthly nlsslonary meeting. A verv Interest- ng lesson was given by Mrs. Alloo Porter, missionary leader. Refresh- nents were served by Mrs. J. R. rforrlH, Mm Viola Stono and Mrs. nun Craig. A birthday party was given recently it tho San Jonquln Clubhouse In ionor of the birthdays of James Mr,- Vullffe. ricrl Wllklns and Hill Ken- lell. There woro 65 present. Re- reshments were served and music WRH furnished by tho Buttonwlllow Wranglers, Mrs. Vorn Holllster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hair, and ro- •ontly of Long Beach, Is visiting hfire ndeflnllely.' Mr. and Mrsv A. Stevenson and laughter, Ethel, are leaving Saturday or lang Bench' to reside. Tho honor roll for tho second quar- pr of tho grammar school follows: 3lghth grade — Helen Joslln, Arthur Diaz. Seventh grade — Jackie Combs, ?aullo Itolllday, Sixth grade— Catherine Peterson, Floyd HayeH, Felipe Moreno, Ruby Miller and Maudlo lawyer., Fifth grade — Winifred Craig, Helen Avlla, Harold Holllday, Carol Thrcewltt, Ruthel Edgerton, Jean •jpoon and Florentine Marline?.. fourth grade — Tony Alvarez, Lois Wright, Clarence White. Syble Dun- 'ord. Third grade— Anita Ghllnrduccl, Eloifje Mares, Joy Khanus, Ruth God- •>ey and Alfred Garrison. Second grade — Erllne Edgerton. I-ols Spoon ind Ethel Stevenson. First grade — Davle Dunford, Thomas Grant and Dona Craig. The Buttonwlllow P. T. A. will have its regular business meeting this evening. The puppet play which was to be given by tho pupils at this time has been postponed until Friday, 1'cb- ruary 17. A. J. Casey of Bakersfteld, nnd formerly of this vicinity, was a visitor here Wednesday. Claud Davis of Frultvale has moved to Buttonwlllow to reside. Women Losers at Club_Bridge Pete TAFT, Fob. 10.—The Petroleum Club entertained a largo number of Its members, ladles nnd guests last eve- nine with a bridge party, the women playing the men and losing by about 2000 points. After tho cards, refreshments were served In tho dining room. Mrs. A, Mooro nnd Mrs. II. Wlnans woro high for tho ladles -with 2761 points with Mrs. Harold Hall and Mrs. L. Jj, Topper second with 2169 points. Tho high man's team was Doctor II. Cl. 'Hall nnfl Mr. Topper, with 2788 points with Joe Free and Goorgo Stewart second with 2090 points. MARICOPA MARICOPA, Feb. 10.— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cheesbrough have returned from tho south after a week's visit here. E. E. Ballagh was a. business visitor to San Franolsro Monday. Mrs. Louise Carroll Carson has gone to Kansas City where she was called by tho Illness of her mother. Mrs. Jlmmle and daughter Helen, of MoKlttriok, and Mrs. Platt of Salt Lake City woro visiting friends NOTES FROM McFARLAND McFARbAND, Feb. 10. — Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Cola nnd their granddaughter, . Helen Cooper of Threo Rivers, woro Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Krugcr, A. B. Vroom, alternate director of tho local farm center, was In attendance at the directors' meeting In Bak- crsfleld recently. Mr. ami Mrs. F. W. Dickinson entertained at. luncheon Wednesday for C. A. Campbell of Wasco. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Broadwe.ll nnd their dnughler Helen have returned from tho south, where they woro nt- tendlng to business interests. SHAFTER SHAFTER, Feb. 10.— Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peters of Taft -were dinner guests at the Jack Wilson homo Saturday evening. Mesdamos Glen O. Nay, F. F. Latta, E. J. Poery and P. L. Arnold attended tho Faculty Wives' Club dessert party In Bnkersfleld Wednesday evening. Jay Rlghtmire, Mrs. II. A. Rlght- mlre, Mrs. Nettlo Downey, Mrs. J. W. Miller and Mrs. Ado Rtradlpy spent Tuesday In £>elma visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daymen. Mra. Stradley expects to spend a month In Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Vaughn and their three sons nnd Mrs. Fanny Leo spent Sunday as guests of Mrs. D. Pottorff und her son Nathan ut Pond. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hinlth, Paulino nnd Prentice Smith have moved from Vlsalla to McFnrland and n,ro on tho Jensen ranch. Mrs. Minnie Rolson .returned to her homo at Los Angeles Monday, after spending' tho week-ond as the guest of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. George Huncfeld. M. R. Marshall, local merchant, has returned from Los Angeles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Snm Krugor spent Monday In Bakersfloltl. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Williams wore recent visitors In Uakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. John Kruger of Shatter spent Tuesday as guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kruger. Mrs. E. B. Hayes of Colorado Is tho guest of her brother, A. H. Newby and sons. Mrs. Hayes expects to spend a month or more visiting her brother nnd family. TO PRESENT PLAY TAFT, Feb. 10,^-A millionaire with only 24 hours to live Is tho unique clr- cumslHiico In the play, "It Won't Bo Long Now." A select cast hns been preparing for this comedy for the past several days and will present It February 17 In tho Taft Union High School auditorium. CURDS YIELD OF STRIKES Estimate 1932-33 Season at 64,075 Cars Oranges. 14,490 Lemons (Antedated I'renn Lfantt Wire) RIVERSIDE, Feb. 10.—A slight Increase In the southern California citrus yield was estimated today on thn basis of production so far In tho 193233 season. Tho estimate was made hy Doctor B. P. Clarke, editor of the Riverside Press-KnlerprlBO, who has been compiling duta for such estimates for last. 35 yjenrs and whose predictions have come to bo known as reliable by growers. The southern California crop for the 1932-33 season, Doctor Clarko estimates at 56,600 cars of oranges nnd 14,200 cars of lemons, and for tho en- UTO state 04,075 cnrs of oranges and 14,490 cnrs of lemons, a total citrus crop of 78.5G5 cars. The ostlmnto for central California was 8050 cnra of ornngos und 250 lemons nnd for northern California, 425 oranges and 40 lemons. The estimates by districts, oranges and lemons In order; Riverside 6500 and 945; Orange, 7900 and none; Redlands, 5000 nnd none; Ventura, 2800 and 3100; Pomona, 3000 nnd 4(15; Ontario 3000 nnd 2300; Whlt- Habra 2500 and 900; Anaheim 2800 nnd none; Fullerton, 2750 and Tree-Dwelling I Han ford Hermit i Goes to Hospital) fl'nttfd Trent Leanfit Wire) HANFORD, Feb. 10.—Hanford's tree.dwelling hermit today abandoned his a«rial nest and entered Kings County Hospital as a public charge, The. tree-dwelleh, Sherman Hutoh'lnson, about 70, took up his abode In a tree near here seven years ago, after he hid been attacked and robbed while sleeping on the ground, Hutohlnson suffered a slight paralytic stroke last fall, making It difficult for him to climb to his bower of boards and old sheetlron. A second stroke forced him to capitulate. Was Brother Noted General ti ml Successful as Con tractor 100; Highland 2000 and 200; Covina, 2500 Hint none; Azusu, 2000 nnd 50; Placentln, 2000 and BO; Tji Verno 1600 nnd 27fi; Snn Fernando valley 1400 und 800; San Dlirms, 1200 nnd 475; Olon- dora, 1200 and 450; nuiirte-Monrovla, 900 nnd 350; Rlaltu district, 1000 nnd GO; Impprlnl county, 1030 ami none; San Dleso, 725 nnd 1COO; Snntii Har- bnrn county, 55 nnd 900; other localities, 540 nnd 290. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE TAIfT, Feb. 10.—Mr. und Mrs. J. K Weaver were surprise guents at a dinner party Tuesday evening. Mr«. Weaver was 63 years old on February 6 und Mr. Weaver was 7(i on tho following dny. An oxooptloimlly Inruo birthday cake wnn on tho (alilc. ' .Imui'lnfcJ I're*» Leased Wire) X70W YO11K, Fob. 10.—Illness ap- penred likely today to prevent den- em! John .1. PerHliIng from attending tho funeral of hln brother, .lames F. 1'erxhlMg, who died In a. hospital last night of n hcnrt ailment. Tho general was In Midland, Texas, where he \ni.s .suffering a severe cold. A sinter, M|SH May I'crshlng, was on route to Now York. .lames K. 1'ershlng was 70 years old, 1C months younger than his brother. Born In T.aoletle, Mo., he entered the construction field as a youth and .supervised In Texas tho local end of the building of tho Texas & Pacific Railroad. Later ho was In the cloth- Ing manufacturing, business In Chicago. In more recent years, he had an In- I Riirancp selling V>ff|re In Jersey rity. I N. J., and an apartment in New York. Surviving are his widow, thn former i Jessie K. Jackson of Detroit, and two ! sons. NOTED BANKER DIES , UEKI.JN, Feb. 10. (A. P.)—Carl FuerHtonberg, prominent German banker, filed today of pneumonia. lit, WIIH 81! years old. DELANO DELANO, Feb. 10. — Miss Ruby Shlf- flet had as her overnight guest on Tuesday Miss Mario Shultz of tho Pond district. Dorothy Leo Richmond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "VV. ID. Richmond, returned to school on Tuesday, after a week's illness. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Salisbury moved on Wednesday to Portervlllf. where thev plan to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. William I 1 . Kiddy and their sons William and Dickey, motored south on Wednesday morning to visit with Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Bollln- ger, pareuts of Mrs. Eddy. Albert Hietl entertained at his parents' home west of town on Tuesday night. UaroM .Shultz, of the Pond dls- trlrt. I Gloria Jo SchMwItz returned to | school on Tuesday after an illne.SK of several days. ARVIN One Sure Way to End Coughs and Colds Pertiitent cough* «nd cold* lead to serious trouble. You can stop them now with Creomuliion, an emultined creoeote that is pleasant to take. Creomuliion ii • new medical diicorery with twofold action; it soothe* and neal» the inflamed membrane* and inhibit* germ growth. Of all known drug*, creoMte ia reeof• niz«d by high medical authorities u one of the greatest healing agencle* (or persistent coughs and cold* and other forms trf throat troubles. Creomulaion contain*,' ia addition to creosote, other healing elements which soothe and heal the infected membranes and stop the irritation and hi- fltmmalion, while the creosote Roes on to the stomach, is absorbed into the blood, •ttacks the seat of the trouble and checks the growth of the germs. Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfactory In the treatment of persistent coughs and colds, bronchial asthma, bronchitis and other forms of respiratory diseases, and is excellent for building up the system after colds or flu. Money refunded if any coughorcold, no matter of howlongstand- ing, is notrelieved after takSngaccording todirections. Askyourdruggist. (Ady.) ARVIN, Feb. 10.—-Mr. and Mrs. <:. ! TI Nance and son. Junior, were gurstM , at the V. A. and W. I*. Nance homes on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Relnhackle. of : Bishop, have come here to look after , their sheep. They have rented n i house 'from Mrs. FntnUie Peay. .: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knowles and Mr. ; and Mrs. Walter Roush were Taft ; visitors on Sunday. f- VINELAND VINELAND, Feb. 10.— Mr. and Mrs. Clyde KbbK of T'.akorRfleM were re- I cent dinner guests ut the W. M. Jolly j home. ! Forrest Frlck attended a planning | commission meeting ln> BakorsfleUl i Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bunee went south Monday to spend a few days. - * • * GAILLARDIA CLUB MEETS | FRUITVALE, Feb. 10. — The Gall- j lardla Club met Monday at the Fairhaven home of Mrs. W. T. Mason. This was the first meefing held under the guidance of tho new officers, Mrs. Lee Bryan, president, and Miss Grace -Coombs, secretary. The members completed plans for an Italian dinner to be given February 22. Delightful refreshments wore nerved. Those, present were Mesdames Lynn Marble, S. J. Taylor, M. 13. Fontaine, Ida Nlobuhr. M. B. Coombs, M. J. Taylor, A. K. Baldwin, W. T. Mason, James E. Mills, Barrett Baldwin, W. H. Fontaine, Henry Piper, J. P. Smytho and Lee Bryan. Tho next regular meeting will bo at the homo of Mrs. S. T. Taylor on Wallace street, Bakersfleld. Colds in a Day Don't take chances. Take two HILL'S CASCARA QUININE tablets now- follow directions—cold vanishes right away. Millions keep well with till I 'C CASCARA tllLsU 9QUININE HOUSE QUEST HONORED McFARLAND, Feb. 10.— Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Finley entertained at a dinner party Tuesday evening Miss Dorothy Shannon of Tulare, who was their house guest for a few days. TaTjle appointments were In a color scheme of blue and pink. Places were marked at the table for the honored guest, Miss Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Schrack, Stewart N'ill und the host arid hostess. After dinner tlu- party motored to Delano and attended a dance and bridge. Miss Shannon returned to her homo In Tularo Wednesday. CUTS AMD BRUISES, Mentholitum quickly soothes the pain away and .promotes healing. MENTHOLATUM AUTO GLASS SPECIAL , (ONE WEEK ONLY) Any Size Cryital Door Glaus Installed for $1.95 Trlbble Glass and Mirror Works 1906 Nineteenth Street Phone 314 El Tejon Drug Company ENJOY SNOW SPORTS SHAFTER, Feb. 10. — Tho Shatter Ulgh School El Toro Club enjoyed last Sunday In tho snow at Frazler Mountain Park. Tho day was spent in ski- Ing and tobogganing. Those who went were P. L. Arnold, Murray Arnold, Alfred Horton, Tom Hammer, Alexander Poznoff, Ray Noyfeld, Ralph Jannen, Gerald Murtln, Bon Peters. Albert Petern, Perry Potter, Bob Mo- Claln, Pete Koehn and Howard Wcy- and. Others who went as gueatt •wens Rlchnrd Arnold, Jack Potter ami Walker Fry. DANCE DATE CHANGED FRUITVALE, Fob. 10,— On account of a conflict In dates with a similar affair to be held at xorrlu School, the dance announced for Friday night at the Frultvalo School will be held Saturday night. The danco Is being sponsored by tho entire school. Port ! of the proceeds will be placed In the welfare fund mid It Is planned to purchase a tree for Arbor day exercises and some pictures for tho schoolrooms with the balance. The dance will bo .strictly an old-time affair. Refreshments will be served. k Tower I 'hone lliti FHtE DELIVERY S I 1 1 V I C t" \. J. MOOIU. I . 1,. I'AHKKK COMEDY PRESENTED TAFT, Vel). 10.—"Good Medicine," a one-act comedy, was presented at ». pay assembly this morning at (1:150 o'clock at the high school auditorium. Tim I'lny WUF ppnnsori*U by the Derrick Ml.-Iff. The CUM Included Krcd Pirlfkler, "clitn \VnliiiiloU Hint liokllne .Shirley NATIONAL DOLLAR STORES-1517-1519 NINETEENTH STREET PROFIT SHARING Dollar Bill's Reputation for Values Maintained Day After Day—Small Profits- Quick Turnover—That's Our Policy. Come Tomorrow—Take Advantage of These Great Bargains. Store House 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. 81x99 Pequot Sheets 100 on sale Saturday. Only Dollar Bill can offer tbis famous sheet at such a low price. Lasge si/.e. A $1.50 value. L/lmit 2 to a customer 79c 3x6 Window Shades Regular 50c value. Heavy quality, fast color shade complete with at- taclimentH. Limit 4 29c 60 Only—Size .'JGxSG. 18x72 Tye and Dyed Scarf On Halo Saturday. A $3.95 value. Beautiful bright pattern*. 10-inch fringe. These are real values. Limit 1 1200 Pieces Ladies' Regular 50c RAYON UNDIES Panties, Shorties, Bloomers, Step-ins, Briefs, Vests Heavy quality rayon. Tailored. applique and lace trimmed. All • perfect. All wanted colors and fi sizes. Limit 4. On sale Saturday. Choice 15° Ladies' Lace -Trimmed BIAS SLIPS Kayon crepe and broadcloth slips in bias style with luce- trimmed V top and bottom. Sizes 34 to 44. Regular GOc value 25c MEN'S BROADCLOTH NEW PURSES Latest style and shapes. New colors, gray, tan, eggshell brown and black. A ?1.00 value. Sale Price. AGAIN 600 PAIRS FULL-FASHIONED 45x45 COLORED TABLECLOTH Heavy quality, well finished ends, fast color. Largo size. Assorted colors. Uegular 50r value. ' 3 for PANTY DRESSES Clever styles. Panty to match. New patterns. Fancy trimmed. Sizes 1 to ti. Special MEN'S JEANS BIB OVERALLS Heavy 220 blue denim, wide bottom Jeans and bib overall.-). Full cut. All sizes. Choice SILK HOSE Our famous silk chiffon host-. Fine twist silk with garter-proof picot top and cradle foot and French heel. All perfect. 12 new shades. Sizes S% to 10. On Sale Saturday Prs. Ladies Dresses Regular 50c Values Fast color prints in dots nnd fancy patterns. Clover wrap-around styles. Fancy trimmed. All sizes. Limits... 29; Ladies Slippers A 50c Value Fine leatherette slippers with padded solo and pompom trimmed. Colors, red, brown and black. Sizes 4 to S. PAIR 25' SPRING HATS Fine Straws. New Fabrics Knitted Softies I The latest spring stylos and colors are here. Large selec- ( tlon to choose from. All sizes. GIRLS' RAYON Taffeta Slips Heavy rayon taffeta slips in tailored and laco trimmed stylo. All colors. Sizes G to M. VI ILUJ-UVU 0\,J I 3 for MICKEY MOUSE Sweat Shirts Heavy fleece-lined sweat shirt In white color with Mickey Mouse. Sizes 26 to 34 Sale Price Men's and Boys' DRESS CAPS New styles and"patterns. Unbreakable visor. Lined. All wanted,sizes. Sale Price... SHIRTS Genuine custom tailored broadcloth BhirtH in solid colors. Full cut and fust colors. Perfect preshninU collar. Sizes 14 to 17. A 11.00 value. Limit 3 On Sale Saturday. Men's Cords, Cashmere Pants Values to $2.95 Special purchase of heavy corduroy and cashmere dross pniits with separate waistband, deep pockets and cuff. Well tailored. Sizes 29 to 42. Sale Price CIGARETTES—lie PACKAGE SILK DRESSES Values to $5.00—Direct From Factory to You Gay, smart spring dresses of heavy silk crepo with tho latest neck lines and smart puff sloevoB at one low price tomorrow. Extra long length. Sizes 14 to 44. See those great druss values I 1 ClltUI J IV J.VU $1.95 SPORT JACKETS Values to |C.00. Popular new spring jackets in latest styles with large puff sleeves. All lined. Colors, white, tun, black, and black and white. All sizes S2.9S SPRING COATS Smart spring coats In tan, green, royal blue and gray with fine rayon lining. Slender Hwugger lines, now sleeve effects anil wido belt. All ui'ieu. A wonderful value Silk Jumper Blouses New clever styled jumper blouses lit heavy silk with puff nleove and pleated front. Llelted. A 51.'Jo value. New colors. On Sale Saturday $1.29 Boys' Jeans Regular 50c Value Heavy blue denim Jeans with I wide bottom. Full cut. Sizes 6 to 1.0. Limit. 2.1 DOLLAR © STORES IM7-I5I9 NINLTEENTH ST ALWAYS BETTER VALUES HERE Men's Regular 25c RAYON SOX New patterns. Heavy dress sox with reinforced foot. Sizes 9% to 12. Pair. 10c Regular 50c Five-Piece Curtain Sets Valance. 2 curtains and 2 tiebacks. ^U yards long. Colored trimmed. Fine quality. Sale Price...

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