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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS KEI I .ANS Chamber of Commerce Holds Enthusiastic Session to Aid District KERNVILLE, Feb. 13.—The rapidly growing Kern River Chamber of Commerce hold Its third regular meeting ut the Mountain Inn In Kernvlllo, Frl- -diiy night, preceded by a four-courea dinner prepared under tho able, direction of Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Oliver, at which 52 plates were served. Membership in this organization is 4 steadlly mounting, Its object the exploitation of the country from Bakersfield to Walkers Pass, particularly the Kern canyon, South Fork, and the upper Kern river section, tho natural beauties of these of Interest to tho tourist, of Its agriculture, stock range, and tremendous mineral possibilities. At tho meeting plans were formed for the organization to acquaint tho California Fish and Game Commission as to the present menucn of the coy- otc, an alarming factor in tho wholesale destruction of small domestic "stock and doer. Also, this Information is to be supplemented by Individual members In tho endeavor to receive the services of the state trapper. . Various' methods of advertising; the section were discussed, and one to be Immediately acted upon was tho placing of a IDxlB-foOt sign board on the Bishop-Los Angeles highway at Freeman Junction, directing truffle to the Kern river country and the canyon route to Bakersfleld. The sign committee, composed of Mrs. Lucille ^ coo and the Rev. C. Mason, submitted drafts of several signs approprl ate for that location, one of which waa selected. A letter head of scenic nature, prepared by C. E. Tlmmons, to be used li correspondence and to be passed out to the tourist, was accepted by the body who authorized Mr. Tlmmons and O O. Oldham to procure the finlshec product'In amount to be determined by the directors. Interesting talks along the lines o general welfare were made by Roswel Welch, local game warden, Robert L Long, P. Sumner Brown, president o the association, Victor Hugo of Walk ers Pass, Mrs. V. M. Lundberg o Bodfish, Mrs. Lucille Pascoe, Marloi "Hooper of tho Hobo Hot Springs re sort In Kern canyon, and John Pot ter. During the social hour Mrs. Llllla Parr of KRC, and Mrs. Earl Pasco entertained with Interesting reclta tlons. Tho next regular meeting will b held at the Mountain Inn, In Kern vllle, Friday evening, March 10, pro ceded by a dinner at 8 o'clock. « i > MRS. SIEMENS HONORED WASCO, Feb. 13.—Mrs. Georg Summervllle opened up her home recently to a few friends with Mrs. George Siemens as the honored guest. Proceeding the presentation of a large basket of beautiful and useful gifts to Mrs. Siemens. Mrs. William Vogel gave a reading, "A Boy or a Girl," Mrs. George Summervllle sang, "Sleep My Baby," and Mrs. Mark Fraser recited "The Christening." Refreshments were served. Those present were Mesdames Grant Knlffen, Mark Fraser, John Nale, Pete Siemens, EH- wln Booth, Verlln Rose, William Vogel, M. P. Kerr, Kurt Keeker, Clarence Homefeld, C. E. Burnqulst, C. B. White, J. W. Nell, George Siemens and the hostess. Tabby Plays Tag With Wily Lynx; Oldham Mourning KERNVIUUf, Feb. 11.— The flame of "tag" that has been played fop more than 12 months between the pet Persian house- cat, owned by O. O. Oldham, and a large lynx, resulted on a recent night In the Persian becoming "It." For over a year this, huge bob- oat has roamed the Kern river bottoms adjacent to Kernvllle, and had, long ago, marked as his especial prey the domestic cat that lately became the victim of his tearing clays and needle-like teeth. Awakened during "the night by eat noises Mr. Oldham arose to Investigate, and viewed from his door the body of his lifeless pet that was being playfully mauled about by the victorious lynx. Being without a firearm, a stove poker was resorted to In driving the bobcat away from his kill. A circumstance connected with the kill which will, no doubt, cause much discussion among those familiar with the habits of animals Is that the defunct cat was left on the enow for later disposal, but at daylight the following morning the body was found some distance away In a badly chewed condition. ALTAR GROUP PLANS PAR1Y KERNVILLE KERXVTLLK. Feb. 13.— Jack Price foreman for the Southern California Edison Company ut KRil, with five members of his crew, was called to the Tulo River plant of the company on emergency work. George Bandy who has beer spending some time at Tularo lias returned to Kernvllle. Mrs. Edith P. Bechtel Is the recent purchaser of a new Dodge six. Carl Olson, of the Standard Ol Company, Is home from a vacation spent at Olldale, Bakersfleld and San Bernardino. Mrs. W. G. Rummel, W. H. and J F. Rummel, Mrs. Parley Mortsen Mrs. J. C. Dale and Mrs. Ferry Leroche, all of southern California, who were here during the Illness of their relative, Mrs. Anna M. Bardlne, ant its guests at the homes of Mr. am Mrs. E. F. Mullock and Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Stains, have returned to their own places of residence. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Burke and son Fred, who have resided, here for several years, have left to take up the! residence in Bakersfield. During their tlmo hero Mr. B-urko was fore man of the A. Erown Company ga rage, while Mrs. Burke was active in church and social affairs. Billy Melton, of tho Kern Rive Cafe, was a business visitor In Bak ersfleld Inte In the week. Miss Dorothy Lovall has recoverei from a slight Illness and has remimoi ler duties at the Kern River Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Hlght wer uslness and shopping callers In Bak rsfleld Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. James, who ar moving to their new ranch homo nea Bakersfleld, were entertained at din- | or Thursday evening by Bert James i t the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Paul i Ihodes. Aubrey Stains, Hadley Frazler and lonroe George spent a recent evening n Bakersfleld. Do you hav« these Complexion Faults'? Pimplei? Clogged Poret? Redness? Roughness? Soreness? Dryness? Don't be embarratied. Try the Reiinol treatment—Recinol Soap to cleans* and reduce the pore*. Reainol Ointment to clear away the pimple*, rough- neu.and thedryn«M.The treatment that hu changed many an ugly skin to on* that i« clear and velvety. Askyourdruggiit today for ResinolOintment. At the first lign of akin trouble, apply it and watch the improvement. FOR FllfX SAMPLE of OlataMBt ••« mmi Skin Tmtment booklet, writ* tU Department 87. Baltimore, Md. Resinol STOMACH UPSET Get at the real cauBe. That's what thousands of stomach sufferers are dotnsr now. Instead of taking tonics or trylnff to patoli up a poor digestion, they aro attaolilne the rea causa of'the ailment—clogged liver nnd disordered bowels. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets help nrousa the liver In a soothing', heallnc way. When tho liver and bowels ar performing their natural functions people rarely suffer from Indlgestloi and stomach troubles. • Have you a bad taste, coated tongue, poor appetite, a lazy, flon't care feellns, no ambition or energy trouble with undigested foods? Try Olive Tablets, the substitute for oalo •met. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are i purely vegetable compound. Know them by their olivo color. They d the work without griping, cramps o pain. All druggists. ICc, 30c nnd COc Take one or two at bedtime fo quick relief. Eat what you like.—Adv DELANO, Feb. 13.—At a recent icotlng of Ladles' Aid Society of St. Tury's Catholic Church, • plans were iudo for the last card party of tho mson and of the scrips which has eon running: since early fall. It will o held on February 28, Just preceding ,ent, at the parish hall. After the business session contests •ere held. Members receiving: prizes 'ore Mesdames Ben Wankum, W. H. Voollomes and Thomas 1 L. Meehan. Officers of the soe.le.ty for the past ear were presented with gifts. Re- reshmentH were served and those resent were Mosdames George Clau- ino, acting president of tho society; \ J. Connolley, George Haddlcan, E, >. Benoit, Ben Wankum, T. L. Mee- ian, W. R. Woollomes, Frank Panero, . B. Nicely, Faye Shlfflet, John 3 lckett of McFarland, Albert C. Brockman of Jasmine, and L. F. Falln, f McFarland. WASCO Walker's Basin WATjKKUS BASIN, Fob. 18.—Tom haw returned to his ranch In Walkers Basin after spending the jast month with his parents at Park- viow hotel In Pasadena. Mrs. McKee and her son, Nat, spent tho last week-end In Walkers Basin with her son, Tom. David Mills mid Wilfred Wood recently spent a few days visiting in Bnkersfleld. W. E. Johns and B. W. Arnold are Catherine cattle In the Clear Creek district." The road between Cal lento nnd Walkers Basin Is In very bad condition and travel almost Impossible. Tt Is with •great difficulty that Mr. Mnntlel gets through with the mail. Members of the Walkers Basin Amusement Club spent Wednesday evening ;it the Wood ranch. The diversions of the evening were card? nnd checkers, solving jig-saw puzzles, and popping corn. WAHCO, Feb. 13.—Mr. and Mrs. John Corcoran of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. W. Woodward of ..Riverside were recent guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. D. Herman. Mrs. A. (1. Cowlcs and Mrs. E. W. Olson of Long Bench and Mrs. Z. Hwnnson of Shatter, aunt of tho Rev. H. 13. Carlson, were guests at tho homo of thn Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson Thursday afternoon. Miss Mollle Herman and her mother, Mrs. D. Herman, were guests of Mrs. Dudley Hall in Bakersfleld on Monay. Mrs, Fannie. Root of Bakersfleld will o tho week-end guest of her daugh- cr. Mrs. If. H. Oldcllngs. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. a ladings entor- alned nt a, dinner Wednesday evening Ir. and Mrs. IT. A. OlddliiKn of Wasco incl Mr. itpd Mrs. William Olddlngs f El On rro, who are .spending 1 n few ays visiting friends In and about Vasco. The Rov. TT. E. Carlson was speaker f tho evening at a Masonic banquet pi von by tho Masons of tho Tulare li.Mlrlc.t In Ihfi Masonic temple at Por- crvlllo Thursday evening. Ills sub- eel was "What Is Masonry?" Mr. nnd Mrs. Rex Smith entertainer] ktr. and Mrs. Jo AHrlngcr, Mr. anc Mrs. Jo Simpson nnd sons, Jesse anc lohn, at dinner Thursday evening. Thn Methodist T-adles Aid will moel it. the home of Mrs. E. R. Elms next Wednesday, February 15. The. mystery box contest, will be a feature. McKITTRICK McKlTTRtCK, Feb. 13.— Mrs. Anne Dawson and son Billle have as theii guests Mrs. Dawson's slbter Mrs. K Rogers of Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gwln of Porter- villo are visiting their children Mrs Emma Whitflork, Mrs. P. D. Qulmby and Earl Gwln. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Axx had as their guests recently their daughter ant family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern o Ulendale. Walter Smith and family recently spent ;t few days with relatives anc friends In San Luis Oblspo and Avlla Miss Lucy Woodln anil Miss Fran ccs Jones of Buttonwlllow were re cent McKlttrlck visitors. Captain King of the .Salvation Army and the Reverend Mr. King of th Christian Church, both of Taft. at tended the McKlttrlck P. T. A. Foun ders' day program Thursday evening MARICOPA -Si MARICOPA, Feb. in.—Mrs. A. R Klnkade, J. W. Brown, E. R, Kin- <ade of Plxley and F. r. Brown o Petuluma were guests of Mr. and Mrs H. O. Klnkade this week. Mrs. O. O. Miller was a Bakersfleld visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webb have re turned to Marlcopa to live after living in Santa Maria for' the past thre years. Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Radcr spent yes terday in Rakersfiolii. Mr. and Mrs. I.es McCullOugh am children of Bakersfleld spent severn days this week at the homo of Mr McCulliugh's .sister Mrs. H. C. Kin knde. Tho Ladles' Aid of the First Con progational church will hold their nex meeting Thursday, February 18. It i to be un all-day affair. FELLOWS FELLOWS, Feb. 13.—Mr. and Mrs C. L. Nutting and daughter of Oak land, have been visiting the past wee with Mrs. Nutting's father M. J .Scott of the Hroukxhlre louse. Mr and Airs. Nutting leU Friday for t.o Angeles to visit until Sunday whe they will return and 'remain unt Tuesday. Mrs. W. L. Formway has been con fined to her home on the Santa F tin past week with Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Allen and daugh ter Neva of the Santa Fe. will visit In Los Angeles over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Pascoe Give Turkey Dinner KERNVILLE, Feb. IS.—Mr. and Ira. Clarence J. Pusooo entertained rlends at a turkey dinner on u recent fternoon, the event being In cele- ratlon of the safe rnturn of Karl 'aacoo and 'Shelby Williams who hud lade a hazardous trip Into the Sierra n the moRHurrmient .of NIIOW. Those ttondlng the dinner aside from host nd hostess were, Mr. and Mrs. Karl 'OHUOC, Mr. and Mrs. James U. lechtel, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil I'ascoe, •Uonewull ,T. Rhymes, Shelby Williams, >lck and Donnlfi Pascoe, and Carolyn id id LATE NEWS FROM CALIENTE CALIENTE, Feb. 13.—A, recent visitor at J,on AnBeles was Louis Anderson, highway department worker. Business visitors hero Tuesday were F. A. Hordwell, engineer of tho San Joatmln division of HIP Southern I'u- olflc. at HakerHfleld, and Tom Dtiggan, roadmaster of the mountain district of tho mines In oast Cullonte creek, and wife, motored here recently on business. .liimes 11. Montel, stage operator of the Walker Baitln section, motored here Wednesday on business. William lleynko of the Standard Oil telegraph department at tho county scat motored here Thursday on busl- at Tehachapl. Pave Slants James Kcott, of tho water depart- 1 mcnt of the Southern Pacific at. Bak-i ersfleld, motored here Wednesday on business, lie was accompanied by Mrs. Hoott. Henry C'. Johnson of tho fonce build. - - , Inir department of tho .Southern I'n- cram hour at the clfl<\ was a Bakersfleld -•'-"'—' • • BE CLUB HOSTESS TUCTTOUOVE, Keh. 13.—Mrs. W. A. Welch will bu I"" rhurftn of-the pro- Mrs, diaries F. Lucobla Bennett, merchant, motored to Bnkersfleld Thursday on _bunltu\-iM. meeting of visitor] the Neighborhood Literary Club on Thursday afternoon :it the homo of tho president, Mrn_ Paul Driver. The hour is -:r,0. Mrs. Welch, who is a . . M. Mnllachowltz, thft railroad agent here, nnd wife, were Bakersfleld visitors Wednesday. Hlnkley M. K.dwurris, Southern Pacific truck foreman, was at dn ' over Kundny. being culled tin cause of illnens of I\!H mother talented pianist, will present a musical program. Several members nf i tho. club will assist her. Assisting Mrs. Driver us hostesses will be Mesdames John W. Heed and J. Roy Bur- This Is BUY AMERICAN Lux Theme HOSIERY WEEK Chiffon and Service Weight C Regular $1.50 THEME HOSE 69 Pr. lagging appetite DELANO DELANO, Feb. 13. — Mrs. Ruth . 'rank, head nurse at Delano Hospital, proven tonic for decades? • several days In Pcirter- there by the Illness of her s spending llle, called >aby. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith were ^rlday dinner guests 'of Mrs. Minnie Grlswold and daughter at their coun- ry homo west of town. Mr. and Mrs. (i. A. Frymlre and heir sona Sack and Harry and Mr. and Mrs. J. I/. Frymlre motored to Ixley on Friday night and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Bryans. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Cameron have returned from Los Angeles where they spent several weeks for Mr. Cameron's iculth. Mrs. Eil S. Green Is homo from Fresno where she enjoyed a visit of everal days with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Brfggs and family. Mrs. Pearl Ulder and her son. 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Kvery one Interested in home extension work of tho farm bureau is invited to attend the garden day and plant exchange meeting at tho homo of Mrs. A. B. Fox on Tuesday, February 14. Shnftfr Business Men's Association met in regular monthly session Thursday evening, presided over by Hcrnden Hitchcock. William Bain, Santa Fo sppclal agent, was In town Friday attending to business affairs. The local library will be olo*<>d all day Monday, February 13, in honor of Abraham Lincoln's birthday anniversary, according to Mrs. Thomuu B. librarian. COUGHS Don't let them get a Mrangle hold Fight germs quickly. Creomulaion com bines the 7 beat helps known to modern icienoe. Powerful butharmlew. Plewant to take. No narcotic*. Your dniggiit will refund your money if My couch or cold, no matter how long cuniiiof u not re* tiered by Creomuluoiv (ad>.) VINELAND VINELAND, Feb. 13.—Forrest Frlclc made a business trip to Stockton on Thursday. The regulttr monthly meeting of the Weed Patch Farm Bureau was held at the Vlneland sehoolhouso. A potluck dinner waw enjoyed. Tho dinner was followed by a business meeting and a program which consisted of n number by tho Junior college quartet, piano solo by Mrs. Floy Hooper, harmonica duet by M. F. Parish and II. O. Thompson, whistling and stunts by J. "W. McCarthy. Hugh Pomoroy of Palo Alto spoke on "The Meaning of County Planning." Mrs. A. E. Osborn spoke • on community welfare. A motion picture showing the different types of hay rakes being used was shown. James Truck has gone to Los Angeles where ho hus been signed by tho T..OH Angeles Baseball Club. eat Co. Prices Effective Tues., Wed., Thurs., Feb. 14, 15, 16 No. 1—Corner Twenty-first and Chester Ave. No. 2—Corner of Nineteenth and N Street. No. 3—Two Doors East of Njle Theater. 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Oet Faeteeth from your druggist.—Adv. LARD Cudaliy'u Package Rex Brand 2 for . lOc Hamburger Supremo Quality, Nono Better Lb. lOc Pickles Large Fat Jumbo Size Dills 3 for lOc L Stew Boneless, Lean nnd Vory Choice lb. lOc You Should Economize But You Mustn't Look It I It's quite an art, looking lovely and well-groomed in these days -of trial and error. But such a simple art once you've learned it! Helena Rubinstein, world famous beauty authority, counsellor for over thirty years to the aristocracy of Europe and America, has sent her personal representative to show you how to look like a million dollars on a limited budget. Straight from Madame Rubinstein's New York headquarters, this qualified expert is here today and will remain tomorrow and Wednesday to give you personal advice and assistance in practical, effective beauty building. She will be in the Toilet Goods Department where you are cordially welcome to consult her. She will analyze your skin, discover its weakness, recommend corrective treatment for every flaw in your beauty. She Will plan your beauty budget, select just the beauty preparations you require with complete written instructions for their use at home. And at your request, she will create a special, individualized makeup from Helen* Rubinstein's pure and lovely cosmetics. Consultation is without charge. Globe Drug Company Corner Nineteenth and I Streets Let's Work to Make Conditions Better If. you are dlsfiiitlafied with tho present condition of your bunk-book, it is not Kointi to be improved by nu act of Congress. Tho foreign debt conferences are not going, to consider your position. Governments will not pass laws to bring you an Income. In fact, outside conditions cau Improve all around you — and U won't help you unless you do something about It yourself. Many investors have al- roady realized tho fact that they must adjust themselves to facts us they are, quit worrying and wishing and watt- ing, do something to help make conditions better. Then, when general improvement comes, they will get a lion's uhure of it because they are ready. They will not be sitting on the sldu lines wondering when the procession ia going to nturt. What are you going to do about It? INVESTIGATE OUR PLAN AT ONCE INTEREST PAYABLE QUARTERLY Bakersfield Memorial Park, Inc. A Limited Corporation AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $400,000.00 Identified With the Community Mausoleum Member of the Interment Association of California SPONSORED BY NEARLY TWO HUNDRED LOCAL MEN AND WOMEN — LEADING CITIZENS OF BAKERSFIELD AND KERN COUNTY Exclusive Service Representative J. K. McAlpine Land & Development Co., Ltd. Main Office — Community Mausoleum Phone 5032

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