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Bakersfield, California
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Monday, February 13, 1933
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f .. BAKEMSFIELD CALIFOHNIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1935 - '.' - •- -- ' TY EW NT CEREMONY HELD BY LODGES Odd Fellows, Rebekahs Give Splendid Program for New Leaders 'TEHACHAPI, Feb. 13.—Tchachnpl lodges of Odd Fellows and ttebeknhs held joint installation Saturday night Jai Odd Fellows hall. District Deputy Presidents Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bangsberg of Kern vl He and their Installing teams inducted tho new officers.' These teams arc composed entirely of Kernvllle members who aro as follows: for the Odd Fellows, Messrs. O. C. Bangsberg, John Potter, Ed Ke- wln, Ttoss Trumball, O. J Jt Dally, Jack Christiansen and Oabe Chavess. Tho Rebekah team members aro, Mesdames Ella James, Clara Timmons, Edith Betchel, O. C. Bangsberg. Jl. J. Trumball, Ed Kewln, and Gabo Chavez, Newly installed officers for tho Odd Fellows are: noble grand, Perry Taylor; vice-grand, Jack Johnson; recording secretary. "Wendell Jones; financial secretary, Jim Wiggins; treasurer, Ben Swanson; right supporter to noble grand, Clyde Brlto; left supporter to noble grand, Joe Duty; right supporter to vice-grand, Arthur Johnson; left supporter to vice-grand. Bob Serrllo; warden, Delmar Halgh; conductor, Al Bailey; Inside guardian, Flint lies; outside guardian, Otto Fritz; chaplain. Theodore C. Williams; right scene supporter, Al Lang; left scene supporter, Herbert Gray; musician, Clyde Brite. For the Robekahs: noblo grand, Margaret Stoddart; vice grand, Orpha Beall; recording and financial secretary, Mrs. ISlslo Forrester; treasurer, Bertha Capdevillo; right supporter to noble grand, Mrs. Nora Brite; left supporter to noblo grand, Miss Clara Mason; -warden, Mrs. Sarah Woods; conductor, Miss Marie Smith; chaplain, Miss Virginia Shults; musician, Mrs. Gertrude Phelps; right supporter to vice-grand, Ramona Crabtreo; left supporter to vice-grand, Kate Duty; <nslde guardian, Clyde Brite; outsldo guardian, Jim Wiggins. Mrs. Perry Taylor was proxy for Clara Mason, left supporter of noblo grand, and Mrs. Gwcnned Emory for Miss Virginia Vhults. chaplain. Miss Ruth Nichols of Kernville was installing organist. Other out-of-town guests were Mrs. Clara Nichols, Kernville; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Monroe and Mrs. ROtn Everctts of Mojavc; Miss Charlotte Nash of Cantll. A past noblo grand jewel was presented to Mrsfi. Luella Wefcrlng, the rotlrlnpr noble grand. Her officers also Mrs. Tichenor Gives Party KERNVIbLE, Feb. 13. — At tho home of Mrs. C. C. Tichenor n jolly crowd of ladies of this section gathered to enjoy u valentine card party, following tho dinner given by tho Kern ttiver Chamber of Commerce at tho Mountain Inn, Friday night. There were three tables of five hundred and two of bridge, the five hundred prize being won by Mrs. Uuth Potter, the bridge trophy going to Mrs. C. A. Lofgron. The evening concluded with the serving of luncheon. Those enjoying the party aside from Mrs. C. O. Tichenor, tho hostess, were: Mesdames Millie Trumbull, Hester Blnlne, Dollye Fisher and Josephine. Fulton of KU3, Mrs. Gus Suhro of Isabella; Mesdames Bdna Carnrick, Marjorle Stains, C, A, Lofgren, Roswell Welch, Tony Salsa, Waldo Ellis, Ellis Byrom, Merrill Hlght, Ruth Potter, Zelma dhrlsten- sen, Thelma Frazler and Virslnla Rhodes, Miss Isa <Uoss and Miss B. Keene of Kernvlllc. CHANGE MEETING TIME MOJAVE, Fob. 33.— The Indies' AJd mot at tho Community Church Friday afternoon with Mrs. "\V. H. Kennedy presiding. Mrs. Verne Cooper was secretary in the absence of Mrs. 13. Kelly. It was voted to change the meeting day from Friday to Thursday afternoon and the hour from 2:30 to 2. Tho painting of tho Interior of the parsonage will bo .started today and several of tho men here have donated their services. A request is out for others to assist. A dinner will be served by the Aid members. Tho money from the "sunshine bags" will be used for new silverware and cups and saucers. Mrs. Adduddell and Mrs. Archlo Houck were on tho refreshment committee for the day. MEET AT BOOTH HOME FRUITVALK, Feb. 13.— The Fruitvale Bridges Club held an Informal meeting at the R. N. Booth home Friday evening. Instead of bridge, miscellaneous games were played. II. H. Sanders and Mrs. M. R. Cowan won first prizes while M. R. Cowan He- cured the "consolation/' At a late hour refreshments were served. Those present were Messrs, and Mesdames M. R. Cowan, H. H. Sanders and R. N. Booth. R. R. Elfilminger of Long Beach was an out-of-town guest, gave her a gift in token of appreciation. A -lovely gift from the lodge was presented to Mrs. Bangsbcrg, in gratitude for her assistance this year. After the ceremonies a light supper was served In tho dining room by a committee composed of Mrs. Luella Weferllngr. Miss Margaret Stoddart, Mrs, Xora Brfte, Sarah Woods and Phelps. ASSIST PET PARADE BAKERSFIELD, Feb. 13.—At tho call of Scout Commissioner H. M. Baker, the following snouts reported Saturday to help with tho pet parade: Troop 5, Glen Smith, Frank Abbott and William Henry; Troop 10, Franklin Phillips, Fred Harding nnd Richard Glllesple; Troop 13, Laay ManuH, Bill .Tones, Bud Bowen and James Stockton. These boys were on hand early Saturday morning and remained on the job taking cure of dogs and cats' while , their owners attended a show'at tho Fox theater. Troop 7, 1u charge of their scoutmaster, Dr. F. A, Graham, IndUlged in a cross-country beellne hike Saturday. Troop 10 mot at tho homo of their scoutmaster, F. Phillips, Friday evening, where outdoor festivities were enjoyed. Troop 5, with their scoutmaster, Lawrence Jacobson, finished making the tree they recently felled into stove wood Saturday. Troops 5, 0, 7 and 37 attended church night at tho Trinity Methodist Church in East Bakersflold Sunday night. Jack Byfield gave an Illustrated lecture, Scoutmaster Charles Griffith spoke on the history and object of scouting, the Reverend Mr. Cole j?avo a Nhort sermon, nnd tho mnettng ended with "Taps" and the Scout benediction. Scout leaders and others Interested took part in a bird-study hike Sunday afternoon. Many different species of birds were observed. Troop D, now equipped with bows and arrows, resembles Robin Hood's band when they take to the range. The boys, under the leadership of Scoutmaster Jacobson, have made their own outfits. A new cubmastcr for s l*nek No. 1 Is needed since Mark Linscott moved to Arvln. NEEDLE CLUB MEETS FRUITVALE, Feb. 13.—The Sterling Needle Club met last week at the homo of Mrs. w. M. Eley in Sunset Park, with Mrs. Clyde Campbell of Taft as hostess. The meeting was featured by the presentation of a quilt by the club to Mrs. Eley. These quilts are made by the club and presented to the members In tho order of tho length of the membership. Four quilts have already been presented. Delightful refreshments were served. Thosp. who enjoyed the afternoon wore Mesdames Everett IClmblo, Arthur Kimble, S. A. Oldham, C. IS. White, H. T. Drury. W. M. Elcy, H. T. Seaton, Rex Napier, A. U Howe, Belle Goodatl. C. E. Powers, W. M. Vineyard, Mary Wnllman and the Progressive Group Outlines Program WASCO, Feb. 18,^-At a potluck luncheon hold at tho homo of Mrs. James Little, president of the Worn- an's Progressive Club, plans for tho activities of tho last few months of tho club year were completed. A box Hoclal will bo given on February 28. Chairmen for that evening are- Mea- dames Edwin Booth, J. "NY. McNeil and James Little. A potluck dinner will bo given some time in April and each circle will give an * affair to raise money during the next four mouths. A nominating committee was appointed with Mrs. H. O, Bryson as chairman and Mrs. George Summer- vine and R'lrs. John Nale assistants. An amendment was voted upon and carried by the board, and will bo put before the club members at the next meeting which will be at the homo oj Mrs. A. Sousle. At this meeting tiny plants will be ready for distribution by the garden chairmen, Mrs, C. Homfeld and Mrs. Q. Knlffen.'Every member is urged to be present and bring a prospective member. There will also be an exchange of hardy plants and shrubs. Board members present at the luncheon were Mesdames Edwin Booth, II. G. Bryson, Marie Fraser, Grant Knlffen, Clarence Homfeld, Verlln R6se, M. P. Kerr, John Nale, J. "\V. McNeil and James Little. AID SOCIETY DUNS PARIY AT KERNVILLE LODGE OFFICERS . ARE INSTALLED KERNVILLE HUNTER LEAVES TO BRING DOWN ARIZONA BUFFALO Impr KEUPCVIL.LE, Feb. !3.~Combining a valentine party with a silver tea 1 the Woman's Aid Society of the Methodist church entertained a host of friends in the Edith P. Bechtel cottage, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Roy C. Mason and airs. J. R. Bechtel presided as hostesses, while Mrs. Lucille Pascoo .and Mrs. Lillian Parr entertained with readings. A beautiful hand-made quilt was disposed of, Mrs. Hester Blalno being awarded the handsome covering. Those enjoying the party other than the hostesses, were: Mesdames P. IT. Hand, Flossie Hand, Millie Trumbull, Tom Smith, Stanley Welch, Ida Pascoo. Kllia Byrom. Hester Pascoe, Doris Ellis, Rndcliff, K. Powers, Thai-lotto Pettypool, Bertha Kewln. 13. G. Herr, Florence Pascoe, Lillian Parr, Dollyo Fisher, Alice Chavez, Zelma Christonsen, Gertrude Suhrc, Harry Mtlllpan, Merrill Might, G. U. Merganthaler, IT. J. Davles, Al Lofgren, Howard Fulton, Mnrjorlo Stains, Fred Gibson, John McCIlntock, Airs. Marrlot, Miss IRU Ross nnd Miss Emma ITerrens. Smith, Roswell C. C. Tichenor, Blalne, Lucille Cora Ellis, Rov WELL BASEMENT DAY TUESDAY Sale Starts at 9 a. m February Wonder Values 9 a. m. to 10 a. m. Special Boys' Slip-on Sweaters Pretty Jacquurd patterns. V- neck styles, \vith long sleeves. Sizes 28 to Each You Always Get a Full Dollar's Value When You Shop at Weill's Cute New Sweaters New Spring Patterns Kiddies' Anklets A host of beautiful new patterns for spring. Pastel shades with fancy tops; pair 10c Cute. Clever. Cunning. A complete assortment of the prettiest styles you have ever seen. Every sweater brand new. Sizes 34 to -=12. While the Quantity Lasts Women's Bedroom Slippers A. satin erepe slipper wilh padded soles and one-inch heels. Small sizes only. Pair .......... m. m *HT 4.* • ^* • • 19c Here! Vestee Jackets Made of all wool flannel'*to match your skirl. The season's smartest sportswear item. They will thrill you. Cute and Serviceable Boys' Cord Overalls A fine quality corduroy. Made up in bib overall style. Sixes 1 to 6 years. Pair Wanted Flannel Skirts Guaranteed Fast Color Women's Wash Dresses A wearable, washable house dress at this low price. Sec them. All /» sizes ivc Ceremony Marks Sealing of Leaders. Mojave Parlor MOJAV13, Fob. 13. — Tho Dcsort Gold Parlor, No. 250, Native Daughters of tho Golden West, celebrated their Installation by inviting friends to view the Interesting ceremonies. Many out of town notables of tho order were alfio present. A short business session was held bnforo tho public Installation nnd Miss Dorothy Mo- Carty of Tehachapl was initiated. Mrs. Minnie Heath of Hakersftold, supervising deputy grand prewldcnt of tho district, opened tho publln ceremonies nnd tho gavol was then handed over to Mrs. Jennie Dnnnts of Tehachapl, district deputy piVsldcnt, who carried on the Installation assisted by Mrs. Margaret Snpo, grand marshal, nnd Mrs. Sndfo Clomlencn. grand secretary of !£1 Tejon Parlor, Bakersfleld. Mrs. MHO Coffll mi.s Uio outgoing president, The following officers were seated: MHO Coffll, pnst prosldont; Huby Koffera, president; Ilia Kirk, first vlco-prcsidcnt; Gertrude Phrlps, mnrshnl; Lucilo Wnters, recording secretary; Dorothy MrCarty, trons- urcr; Hamona Crabtree, organist; Helen McUrlde», Inside sentinel; .Innnlta Kennedy, outoldo sentinel; Mabel Trlpp, Itcln Everett and Mabel Everett, trustees. All the Installing stuff were in evening dressfes of the pastel shades. After the Installation n program was given under tho supervision of Miss Oertrudo Phelps and Miss Hamona Grnbtrco of Tehnch- api, as follows: Pin no solo, Grncio .Kveret; n history of onrly Callfornln, by O. Iinhoff of the Tohuchnpl High School; Tehachapl Cirnmiuar Sclmol girls gave a clover drill In costume nnd songs woro sung- of California by tho Boys' Glee Club of tho same school. Talks were made by tho following: officer* from the visiting parlors: Mrs. Ilaxol Hnnscn of Glon- clnlo, grnnd ontsldo nentinel: Mrs. 3 r Joronco .Scbmirn of 1,o.s Anffnlns, past grand trustee; Mr*. Mtnnir* Heath of BakorsfleUl, Rtipprvlstngi district grand president; ^Irs. M'ntln yJaru, pronldent of Los Angeles Pnrlort Mrs. T»Tar- garet Sage, grand marshal, tlmn os- cortcd Mrs. Heiu Tivorett of Desort Gold Parlor to the altar, whore she was presented with a past prcsid) nt's pin by Mrs. Mnbol Trlpp. Tho jtln was the gift of thn local lodgo. All were then Invltrd to tho banquet room where supper was sorvr-d to .some T'» nK-mbnrs, on I -of-(own guests and local friends. Mrs. Kate Phillips ami Mrs. Ona Moffett of the Kl Tojon Parlor wr-n- also, present. Mrs. Mcnrl Craig of Mojavo furnished music for the installation. Mrs. Mar CoffU was chairman of the refreshments commit too and Mrs. Huby Rogers was chairman for decorations. The bnnrjuot lahle was decorated in . Iho colors of tho organization, rod, whlto and gold. Mr. irunsrn motored the Lns Angolcs and Glrndaln rnombors to Mojavo nnd Miss Orphn Boat I, prliuMpal of the Ti'JmrJiapj Grammar S-'lumi, loanod tho bus to transport children who were on tho program. STAFFS ENTERTAINED WASCO, Feb. I :i.—M rw. Margaret Guerrln of Lost Hilj>, district deputy president of District No. 86, and Clifford Ij. Helms of Maricoptt. district deputy president of District No. 7 recently * entertained their installing staffs with a theater party at tho Fox and a chow mien dinner afterwards. The party then attended tho dunce ut tho Odd Fellows hall. Gifts were exchanged by members of tho Btaff. Tho guests were Messrs, and MOH- dames C. L/. Helms, A. F. Guuriii, II. O. Williamson und family, W. 1C. Hrown, W. J. Parmcnter, W. H. Bryant, F. E. Unruh, 15. J. Kyle, W. K. Devino, J. A. WItener. Mrs. Mnblo Bond, ]\risse« Vulory Swink, Madeline Parmenter, Isabcllo Hull, U. U. Deuton and Frank A. Lnndwahr. is the thing. Your wardrobe is simply not complete without at least one skirt. The very finest selection of skirts in town. Sizes 24 (o What A Wanted Wonder Value Men's and Boys' Work Shoes Strong, serviceable oil tanned shoes, with composition sblefc. Star Brand shoes. nit j- ••••*§**•••» $1.39 a Scoop! Men's Fancy Dress Sox Pairs for $1.00 A good quality men's fancy dress sox. A wide selection of patterns. Sizes 9M> to 12. * .* Jill •1 Genuine Leather Capeskin il: I'm* Coats 98 Heavy Steel Enamel Kitchen Stools A useful kitchen stool in ivory or green. 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Doarts f-f 1 A Diuretic for the Kidneys WEILL The Francis pattern. 10-year guarantee. Your choice of dessert spoons, tablespoons, teaspoons and other 1 pieces,.... A Stainless stoel knives nnd medium forlcB; imch Fancy Decorated China Sugar Shaker Creamer Here's a good buy for you. sugar shaker and creamer sel> both for... WEILL hone K ERNVrhLB, Fob. 13.—Reminiscent of the days of thundering herds, when myriads of shaggy-coated monsters roamed tho western plains, the concerted movement setting atrembto the earth, the hunting cry of tho red mnn. tang of bowstring, the,boom of tho old Shnrpcs rlflo manned by buckskin-clad front foramen, to the accompanied ba\vl of tho bison as he becomes provisions for his tormentors, Again lives that day, for, strango as It may seem, Jtimes R. Bechtol, local sportsman and hunter of biff American game, wiped the dust from the long disused Shnrpes, oiled tho mechanism of his modern rifles, and left here early this- morning: for northern Arizona on a buffalo hunt. To the north of tho Grand Canyon country In Arizona roams a herd of more than 100 buffnloes, under the wardship of tho Arizona Fish and Oiunn CommlsHlon. To keep this herd within tho 100 limit, necessary to tho wHI-feedinff of tho nnlmata, ten or more, of tho older buffaloes are killed annually. Sportsmen who mny participate hi this event are drawn by lot. To bo eligible for this hunt it Is Mr. two tho two necessary to purchase a hunting license for tho preceding year. At tho time of the drawing- two nonresidents are chosen, their number running Into the hundrcdn, and with eight dentH comprise the hunters. Hechtet's number was one of the nonresident numbers drawn from box. Tho sportsmen nre allowed days, February 15 and 18, in -which to bag their game. Tho animals to bo killed are rut from tho main herd and released upon tho broad expanse of House Hock valley, and It Is then up to the hunter. U Is said that Mr, Bechtel has within his home nt this time a greater variety of heads, horns and skins of western game and predatory animals, tho products of his own rlflo, than any Individual hunter In tho state. Mr. Bechtel feels that the head and hide of a buffalo will about complete tho collection. Tho hunter is permlttted to retain for his own use, in addition to tho head and skin of the buffalo, 100 pounds of tho meat. The remainder of tho buffalo meat Is sold throughout thn stiito of Arizona by tho and game commission. REMANS RISE PARIY nlng Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman were given a surprise dinner Friday eve- in honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, Tho gunnts assembled at G:30 o'clock and brought many beautiful gifts of silver for the honorco. After the dinner tho evening WAS spent In conversation. Those sharing the happy event were Mr. nnd Mrs. R. G. Doupo and sons Robert nnd Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Marx and daughter Karlyn, Charles A slier of Los Angeles, nnd Airs. Gcargo E>oylo nnd Phil Mrs. Mr. son George, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kanstein and son Leal, Robert and Milton Freeman and the honorecs. - - -- ^ - *• ^^r^^^^^^^^^ MARICOPA CLUB MEETS MARICOPA, Feb. 13.—Members of the Sans Souci Club met recently at tho homo of Mrs. Grace Cheesebrough, Dinner was served at <>:30 after which bridge was played. First prize wa? awarded to Pearl Green nnd consolation to Mr*. Florence T. Price. Thopr participating wore Mrs. Mablo Bond. Florence I. Price, Pearl Green and th» W- - • i» •: i > -. - r t * •,-.'• JtXWl •. j El % i • If! • ' J N.J fttV.'r* W'Xv"*' <*:>:::. LUX won't htink them thoroughly. 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