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THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIFORNIA^, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1933 Special Announcements For Rent—Houses DR. PLETCHEU 622 Kentucky Street (Nexi to Granada Theater) PHONE 2r.31-\V YOU cnn suvr money liy nonsuiting our Advisory Department before making funeral arrangements. Phone 60S" or .110. Raker.sfleld Memorial Park. Jnc. . 1R2 N'OTH'IJ of *flle for pusuirp rlmrne?. Nntlcft I* hereby plrpn to ill concerned thfro will h« sou •t public auction en Saturday, February J8. llWt, t«o Jersey yeirUnu holfori. B»lo 'till he litld Kt my farm, 4 mtlm south of Kem I.»kc Hanch. \o satisfy paaturo chirsci. (Signed) S. P. (lretn«. By 1". 3; Or«mi». 174 i UJINITIJRE repilradl Fli broken furniture; ic ffluo loose jolnU. raeml broken rhaln. Every lob cunruilued. Phone 4TB8. Jonoe, 819 EutTvonty flrit street. I»l HORSES for sale or hire. Hanger Riding Club, 1 mile cast of Horace Mann School on Kern Canyon highway. 170 \VE WtLL buy your old jigsaw puzzles, or bring a nickel and a puzzle and we will give you one you haven't worked Valley Music Store. 170 I FIVE-ROOM furnished houso. Hot water. Bith. | 512. Call 2203 Union avenue. Tlnnln Sorrlco ! smion. j Van. HliNT— Hour-room furnished houso with new I otemufffil in, 1H14 Xllcs slraot, 1U roll HUNT—JVlcely furnished four roomi. Sleep- i Inn porch, tlnliired rfnt. 010 1C street, 170 For Rent—Apartments ! FL'HNISHKD apartments. Nineteenth «nd D. Oref- Bluffed furniture. FrUldalre. B-room house, 500H drama. Apply 20.11 Nineteenth ilrwl, iro- I i fry More. I'Hotie SliM-J. 173 I FTHVIHIIKfJ nt>«rtm«!l for rent, In I'arntcr Court, corner l'«lm and O streets. Tolcttlmnc 500.1-.!, or Inquire 180! 1'alm street. 188 SIN'OI-B nlmrtmciil. blulits. CHS nnd tnrnio fur- nlshfld. $10.00. IClfl California arenuc. 170 For Sale—Automobiles I'OUND—SmaJI truck twins on North Chester. Call 438 Oregon street, nflir I p. m. B. g. Poti. WlUj party thnt took boon from Wrecked rij mouth coupe, on Storkdnle lilRhway, Saturduv night, klntllr return to any Tt-xnco station nnd no auctions "111 b<> asked. 170 VOUND—Large rut. (huier cm have same hy describing niui paying for this ad. lll'.'i Monterey street. LOST—Olrl's niino In Krm' HalurtUy.Articles badly needed by hljh iclrool elrl. Keep money. Please return purse anU articles to Kress* or Phone. as.W. Personals HOj $350 MONTH. Ooirrnmonl life job). Many futuro vHcancies. Mefl-womon. 18-,"iO. Steady work. t,lst jobs: simple coaching and full particular).— nil;ir. .Ai»pl.v jjiwjedliiteb—today sure. Rot -10. The Catifornlan. IG'J COMBINATION card and teacup reRd- ing. Draper ranch, II street, two blocks south Brundage T.nnc. K.'KfjV furnisher! Apartment In bungnl<*v court, Hot water. Oarage. Close In. Apartment 4. I.'IO'J M street. roll IIKA'T—Small furnished bouse. Ullvel, linen, aa? and llclits Included. Car space. $12.uO, SIWJ7 Twentieth street. FOrt niSNT— Well-furnished npart- inent nt the Kelly, three rooina nnd bnth, close In, garage; adults only. Reasonable rent. Call 1305 I street. Phono M!) 1 ) or 363. 171 For Rent—Apartments 1030 De Solo do luxe spt. coupe, $295. 1930 Nnsli coupe, good shape, J285. 1920 Chevrolet coupe, JOB, AUTO I..OANS; CASH FOR CARS Phono 831 1401) 7.8lh SI. 183 MODEL. T I'-ord Sedan. Driven very Uttlij, been In storage for years. A real buy. See at Blue Jllbbon Oarage. 160 MODKT* no fr'Vrd coupe. Uooil mechanical condition. Or Irado for older car and cnsh, 1410 IVenty-flril street. HAVB Hudson Hrotigham to trade for equity In light i-ur. Will not? assume over $200.00. AVrlte Box 16SK, The Callfornlmi. 2-11-tf Poultry and Livestock Legal Notices TUHKBYB—Two luge bronze lobblori for lale or trade for clilctfeni, or whal l) youT 820 Monterey slreet. Phono 3073-J. Wanted—Miscellaneous WANTED—Mountain eabln In Breekonrldvo area. Mint be clicnp for ruth. Call 2889, Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous WANT to buy, low-priced car for cash. lift Cooper iivonue, Olldaln. Auto motive Service WANT to buy for cash, H.100 feet of 2-lnch secondhand pipe, good condition. I'hono 430. WANTED—Best lale model light se- dtin. $250 cash will buy. Will take equity If cheap. jVo dealers. Write Prospect, care of The Callfornlan. 171 Business Cards iiKi'Aiiia: NK.W coni« Prloct at Ouclt Bottom. All Work (iuaraniccd. C. J? JOF1NSTON SHOPS ! Klghlecnlh and 0. Ilione Or.n 182 For Sale—Furniture KOR RENT— Furnished upartment. JI.1. CaHat210»: Serenteenth stree.l. ICO I HI'l'f'IAl* IWTIOH to adults. No pets. Four rooms. iiflU furnished. Juit reflnlshml. tJarngo Included. SI. r.lmo Tourt. 1800 I'VirreBt strrcl. 1(W Von 1IBNT— 2-room furnished apartment, JI2.00. Gas, llnhtit and radio Included. Work for Pirt rent. 2115 f! itrcot. 1(10 FIVE-PIECE dining room wot, JI6.00. Two-ploco living room sot, $13.60. Gas range, side oven, $9.GO. i Rockers, $3.25. IVAN L. HAMM Phono 341 1100 Eighteenth St.' m DAY BKD and pad. $7.00; felt Ime linoleum! rugs. $2.7."; two-piece new vclour overstuffed set. | $2.1. Oarls Furniture Kxchatigo. yJOj Chester Brcnuo. 174 Wanted to Rent—Rooms WAXTKD—Tl/Mira, with housekeeping privileges. Address advertiser 11H! Ore-gnu street. Radio, Musical Instruments DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor Saja Headache Is easy. l<et him help you. ONE MONTH'S SKHVtCF. l'X)a J13 Over Uughel Drug Store ^'lneteenth and Chester Phone 111J-J PIANO TUNING Factory Ikglittred Tuner $3.80 (jitlsfarllon Ouarantetd CAHL i. IJTnD I'boilo 130'J.St 930 Truilun Altnlll For Sale—Improved Property Financial J6.50 PER $100 FOR 1 YKAR 'NO BROKERAOE—NO BONUS) Minimum Jn.suranre at Board Rates Investigate and He Convinced CONSUMERS ORRDIT CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 5 Haberfelde Arcade Bldg. Phono 1053 182 SUNSET PARK HOME Extremely largo 5-room home In Sunset Park, In very good condition and located on a paved street. Elcetro- f,-us floor furnace for hoat. This houso Is repossessed and we will sell on terms at the bargain price of $4475.00. Property ready for Inspection soon. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1813 Chester Avenue. Phono 1298. 2-9-tf 2^i. o and lO-aero tracts, with living quarters, Improved, excellent soil, available water, at foreclosure prices. No trades on these. See Mr. HaiiR. I.".:.'! Twentieth street. ICO property, half block, rime In on paved street, with potential Income of 175 per month. !*argo buildings. Worth $15,000. Can now bo purchased for 16500, on terms. I*ss for half cish. 8eo Mr. Jlake. 1S53 Twentieth street. 180 PIANO for sale. Hmall sl«o, modem, mahogany ease. Haa good totio, and Is In good condition. Will sell cheap and accept almost any terms from responsible people. For particulars, write Fred Oulchcr, 801! Fulton street, Fresno. Calif. 169 ONE dollar weekly buys a good, fully- guaranteed Hoffman piano, specially priced at $25. Free delivery. Don O. Preston, Tegclor Hotel Bldg. 182 LUDWIO long-neck banjo and case, $40; regular $150. Terms. Don C. Proslon. 182 SWEDISH MASSAGE V«UJMST SWEATS nliDUCIMJ Colonlc Irritation I.VSTITUTB OIC HTDROTUEIUPT UU F Ktreel 9 a. m. to 0 p. ra. Phone -ioa» LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Service Unexcelled-That Is Out 31oiaa Ten Different Services and , Zorle Odorless Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAVtiDHY Rliteenth and O Htrtels riion* Ml Fruits and Vegetables JERSEY sweet potato seed for sale. W. 1C. IvRo, T.-ertlu. 363 NICE potatoes, $1.00 per sack. Also seed potatoes. At Berchtold's 330 East Nineteenth street. 170 For Sale—Miscellaneous Companies Quick Service Keep Your Money in Bakersfiolcl. FLOYD DUXLAP, 1B23 20TH ST. •IOXKY TO LOAN—We have an unlimited amount nf money to loan on farm properly. Long term loans. OH per cent Interest. Ouy Greenleaf, sec- '•tary. No. 228 Jefferson street. Plione 4125-W. 176 BusinessiOpportunitiea j COMBINATION of chicken ranch and business on- | : nortunlty. We harw c business romer on what } U rapidly growing to be a main highway. ; , 100x300 feet, with comfortable 4-room house, i r.alh. hot water, etc.. Loan company Instructs • •ill fnr $2350: $150 down. $23 month. Uve on : it -.Uillo It crows valuable. Howard Nichols. • Inc.. 1.101) Nineteenth street. Plione 383. 2-l!-tf ,' MANAOKH -Your own business. Your own terrl- i Tory. IteJiabte Opn Requires $200.00. Amply j si-curtd. Write Boi 3.VJ. The Oallfornlan. 171 ^Contractors _andBiiilders I'APKRHAMilXG. tialntllig. llnllns. Doneloiult. i lly lontrart or hour. Kstlmatcs cheerfully given. ! Scott. HO", Elshth street. Phone OH-W. 1S5 j C A KPK.VTriR. painter and tiaperhanger. Very j reasonable. Day or contract. Anywhere. Phone ' -S!?-^- 17 "i H«3lp Wanted-^-Fcmalc ; i YOUNG woman. 18 to 25. to ttsltt with household riutlgs. Hotni. room. Small i»lary. Phone :i312-ri. Ficlp Wanted—Salcsnicn SALESMAN' wanted to sell electric refrigerators. Call «t 2324 Chester! 'ivenuo. Gundlaoh Plumbing and Sheet Metal Company. 170: MKN WANTED for Ilawlclgh routes of 800 con- j <umets In city of HakerKflcld. counties tlast 1 Kern. Jnyo and parts of Banta Barbara. Hu- llable hustler can staxt earning $25 weekly nnd Increase every month. Write Immediately. Jlan- lelgh Company. I>ep&rtment CA-4-S. Oakland. Ualif. book . >Ir. ITO TWO ACRES for sale or trade. Close In; 4-room plastered house; Kern Island water, city water for domestic use. Elmer F. Karpe, Phono 210. 1B17 Eighteenth street 2-11-tf RAISE CHICKENS—Strictly modern 5-room homo on pared hlfrhu-ay, four miles from town. Plenty of room (8012001. Will sell equipped for 500 chickens for $;ii!50.00; $2.*iO down, $33 month, Howard Nichols, Inc.. 1509 Nineteenth street. Phone DM. 2-11-tf For Exchange—Property ONE 25 and one JO-acre ranch, clear, to exchange for city property. Also house and lot to ei- chango for Rood automobile. Kd ]l«atcan. 807 llaher street. 170 fCASH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned. Highest Oradt 100 LBS. HEN SCRATCH. »1.10. 100 Ibs. recleaned wheat. jl.OO. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags). 11.35, 76 Ibs. ROLLED BARLKY. BOc. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD GRAIN COMPANY Baker Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tt STORK MATERNITY HOME (Formerly Palms Maternity Uomc) NEW nitBpnooir MODEB.V Ulensed Graduate Nurses In Attendance Lou (Hemline) Denham. Proprietor 721 Eighth street . Phone 5482 Professional Cards JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX SERVICE. AUDITS. ST8TEMI •ulta 103, IVofesslonsI Bulldlot Phone 45«1 DR. B. BUZAN *\ Palmer Graduate CHIROPRACTOR Palnleii System Ctnplett Electrotherapy Service. F\x>t CorrteUew Hours. 10 to '.2 a. m.. 2 to 5. T to 8 p. m. Booms 111-112-113 Morgan Bulldlflf 1711 Cheater Avenue telephone 55ia Lady Attendaat For Sale—Automobiles Over it period of 32 years our reputn- tlon remains paramount. Prove for yourself this assertion. We continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business Is good. PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. _.. 4-4-tt DR. H. S. AKIN LICENSED VETlilUNAIlIAN 2320 Dracena Street, llakcrsflcld. Phono 5763 ORDINANCE No. 280 The Botxrd of Supervisors of the County of Kern do ordain us follows- Section I. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to mu- tllato, destroy, collect, or remove any of the following named plant*, to-wlt: Desert Holly (Atrlplox hymenely- tra); all species and varieties of Cftcll; Snow Plant: fSaroodos SHII- trulnen); Yucca (Hesporoyuceu whlp- plnl), also known as Spanish Bayonet; Joshua Tree (Yuccn inohavetisls), also known as Yucca brovlfolia; Tiger Lily ; (Lilian parvum); Kern County Cy- I press (Cuprossus nevadonsls); Put-pun Larkspur (Delphinium purpusll); Mountain Doswootl fCornus nuttallll); j Adobe Lily (PrltlllaiMn pluraflora); Bitter-root (Lowlsla rcdivla); all spe- ! cloa and varieties of Marlposa Lilies (CaloehorlUH); Clarkla (Clarkla xan- tlana); Red Bud (Cercls occldentalls), also known ns Judas Tree; and l<Ve- montla (Fromontotlcndron callfornl- cum), also known as sllppory elm, wild quince and leathorwood, or to plok, or to cut any branches, fruits or blossoms therefrom, or to dig up or remove any underground parts thereof, whether growing on public or private land hi the County of ICcrn, without a permit Issued hy the Agricultural Commissioner of said County, or except in the case of private land, tho owner gives his consent thereto. Section 11. Permits may be issued by the County Agricultural Commissioner to the duly accredited representatives of any public library, museum, herbarium, or educational instl- i ttitlon, or to herbarium collectors to • take such plants or parts t>f plants for educational or scientific purposes. Section Tit. It shall be unlawful for : any person, firm or corporation to destroy wantonly the wild flowers of Kern County, by using said wild flowers in tho decoration of automobiles, except in the case of public displays, under n. permit so to do, Issued by the County Agricultural Commissioner. Section IV. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon | conviction thereof, shall bn punishable ! by a fine not exceeding $50.00 or by | imprisonment In tho County Jail for | a term not exceeding 30 days, or by both such fine and Imprisonment. Section V. This Ordinance shall be In force and tako effect thirty (30) days from nnd after tho adoption thereof, and prior to the expiration of i Fifteen (15) days from the passage thereof shall be published for at least one week In The Bakersfleld Callfor- nlan, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published In the County of Kern, State of California, together with the names of the members of the Board of Supervisors voting for and against the same. The foregoing ordinance was passed and adopted by said Board of Supervisors of tho County of Kern, State of California, this 30th day of January, 19311, by the following vote: Ayes: AVoollomes, Brlte, Hart, Abel. \Vlmmor. Noes: None. Absent: None. (Seal) J. PERRY BRITE, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: If. E. SMITH, County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk i of the Board of Supervisors. I Feb. 4-18. Incl. ROLL AT M'FARLAND McKARLAND, Feb. 13.—Miss Marie C. Lourenzo, adviser of the Honor Society at the high school, has announced tho honor roll for the past quarter. She has also compiled some Interesting figures, comparing the honor roll of 1031 With that of 1932. While the average per student for 1931 was 2.4, tho average for 1932 was 2.38, During tlio former year there were 28 students on tho honor list with 8 of this number holding a straight B grade, while the latter year boasts 29 honor students, with only 2 students holding a straight B grade, all of the others having higher grades of B plus or A. The 10 students on tho honor roll having the highest grades belong to the h6nor society and the average per student for 1931 was 2.659, and for 1932 tho average per student was 2.C97. U, C. Allen, a member of the high school faculty, Is also adviser of tho honor society. Members of the student body making the honor roll the past quarter are Frances Qrober, Mary Shlck, Paullta Llndley, WOodrow Wtmbcrley, Phyllis Hendry, Frank Hancock, Alice .Dnnner, Betty Richardson, Glen Crockett, Violet Roome, Melva Meehan, Mary Thompson, Ava- galo Trogdon, Richard Newby, Owanda Dlxon, Wayne Wlmberlcy, Glenn Erath, Florence Hubbard, Kolcta Osborn, Osle Turner, Vernal I'errtn, Bllllo Barns, Margie Calkins, Myrtle Moonmw, Gladys Peterson, Frank Poltorff, Richard Alexander, Ella Mao Hart and Maxwell Newby. Of the 2!) students who made tho honor roll. 2 are freshmen, 8 sophomores, 10 juniors and 9 seniors. Students comprising the honor society are 6 sophomores, 1 junior and 3 seniors. The seniors have the highest average, sophomores second, juniors third and freshmen. fourth. AID GROUP SOCIAL AT IS' AG IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR TRADE-INS ON OUK NEW MODEL WE ARE GOING TO CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK OF USED CARS ON HAND. COME DOWN, PICK OUT CAR YOU LIKE, MAKE A REASONABLE OFFER AND SEE HOW QUICK YOU BUY A CAR. NO FOOLIN"! USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 110 (Opposite Courthouse) 182 ru» 8ALK—r'lilrerlzcd iheep manure. 23 cents » lacli. delltered. Plione «»1-W. 181) MUST' 8HLL dhow 'rases, scales, cash registers, meat sllcers. adding machines, freezer cases. Meat market, ature, restaurant equipment. £09 Uaker. 179 FAMOUS EXPLORER ALL KINDS of well rooted berry iilants; artichokes and aiimrggui roots. Shrubs. Ited lelllnj em. Telephone 8701-J-I1. John Denlo. Frultvale. 178 80.000 KqUAJIB FBET of good used rorrujated ffalTanlzed Iron, all sixes, for sale rheap. United Iron and Metal Company, 2810 Chester avenue. 2-7-tf AUTO PA1NTJNU. "1JUCO." $12.50 TO $25.00 I10DV AND .FENDF.H RICTAIR. PEEJILES8 PAINT SHOP. PHONE 270. 8319 "BYB" BTOEKT.. 1M WOOD. Remember Peoples' Wood Tard, for dry. sound wood. Honest measure. Prompt delivery. Prices rlBht. Phone 2306. 179 SALKBPEOPLIj wanted to Kelt $20 coupon for $1; 50 per cent conimfsalon. Best yet. Dully. Kir. Eighteenth, apartment 1. _ Situatons Wan ted— Male USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Plymouth coupe, $42u 1&3I Chevrolet sedan, $415 1930 Auburn "8" sedan, $3uO 1SI32 De Soto coupe, JGDO 1931 De Soto "8" scdun, $425 1H29 Dodjfo D. A. sport .sedan. J395 BAKERSFIELD C1ARAOE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth at G. Phone 2286 182 AUTO GLASS SPECIAL Any size. Door glass installed, $2.00. Franklin Glaae Company, H04 Elght- eonth street. Phone 844. 1-30-tf BROODERS, Incubators and poultry supplies. New shipment Just received. Also a few flower bulbs left at reduced prices. M. P. Fllcklnger, 930 Eighteenth street. Phone 100. __ m GOOD oak wood, all lengths and sizes. Quality cuarajiteed. Mears Ice DellTery. I'hono 1806. 101 YUMA VALLEY alfalfa seed, hllhest termination anil ourlty. liet sample and compare this sued. 1'hnne BSS. ]72 SCHOOL boy «»nn woik for room and i board uhlle attenoing high icliool. Hefcrencei. > 1'Jione 448. 170 i LAWN'S raked by povver machine, cheaper and . belter than hand work. Tree. vine, rose, shrub- ' hwy pruning. Kiperlenced gardener. Plione ! 2105-J. 181) ' l 1!>32 Plymouth 4 sedan, run less Ihuu 2100 miles. IP"! Oldsnioblle KPdan, 22,000 miles. 1831 Auburn 4-door sedan, free wheeling. T.i3u KuVd .'uupi', A-l condition. 1928 Auburn cabriolet. All Priced Low. Tprnm If Desired BHOW.N'-ROYD MOTOR COMPANY 2222 Chester Avo. Phone 3953. 1U!> i Toil SAI.15-Alfalfa seed, common: certified nurtly j CO.02. IMce 11 cents per pound. Itoule a. Boi 173. I'-erdlnand Tlau. 171 HORIZONTAL; J.LOW place between hills. 5 A young oyster. 10 To bring into 1 .line. ,12 Puddle. .14 In what portion of the British Empir.e is London?' '1G To plunder, i]8 Limb. ;19 Bringing financial bankruptcy. i21 Falsehood. 22 Golf devices. J24 Frosting. !25 Marginal slope. |26 Small drink. |28 To make lace. 129 Light business wagon. j30 To drag along. ;31 Projection of a : lock. '32-To abound. •34 Chum. 36 A little (music). Answer to Previous Puzzle I ii i I BI 'MM 111 li 11 l BI iL'I 39 Humbug. 40 Type of vaccine. 42 Story. 44 Gear-wheel tooth. 45 Visionary zealot. 47 Morsel. 4S Celestial crown. 50 Corrosion. 52 Auriculate. 53 Closed auto body. 54 Let it stand. 55 Tidings. VERTICAL 1 Bowie knife. 2 Every. 3 Falsifier. 4 Tedium. 6 Popular cant. 6 Throe. 7 Onager. 8 Large silver German coin. 9 Strip of leather. 11 Decree. 12 To pirblish. 13 Pieces out. 15 To require. 17 Box tor sacred utensils. 20 Famous water falls in North America. 23 Ancient name for Jerusalem. 25 iVho discovered Nev- foundland? 27 Silent. 29 Tube cover. 32 You. |]3 Waves at flood tide. 34 Languished. 35 Pear-shaped instruments. 37 Huts. 38 Hodgepodge. 39 Incrustation over a sore. 40 Male servant. 41 Bewitching. 43 Volcano" in Sicily. 45 Warning cry in golf. 46 Signal system. 49 To devour. 51 Observed. MOJAVE, Feb. 13.— The valentine motif was used by tho entertainment committee at the social given Thursday night by the Ladles' Aid of tho Community Church. This was one of the prettiest paj:ties,evor given by tho church for the public.' Tho games played woro suggestive of the special motif, being: Heart archery, for which Mrs. Robert Adduddell won the llrst prize, a red satin heart filled with candy; a guessing contest, won by Mrs. I. Harbison, who received a comic doll; a slogan contest prize was awarded Mrs. John White. Mrs. Frank Dunnell, scored a hit when she gave n, reading of "Farmer Jones." Mrs. Carol Thompson, as Mrs. Jones, and Frank Dunnell as Mr. Jones, gave clever Impersonations of a "Down East" couple looking over the family album. This was an original playlet by Mrs. Thompson. After tho program. Mrs. Verno Cooper made her appearance drawing a valentine lunch wagon, a boys' small wagon, decorated In red and white and packed high with red boxes, filled with lunch. Mrs. Verne Cooper was chairman of tho refreshment committee and her assistants were Mrs. Herbert Frith and Mrs. Glen Emerlck. Tho program chairman was Mrs. Carol Thompson nnd her assistants were Mrs. E. E. Wilson and Mrs. John White. Mrs. Verno Cooper and Mrs. Glen Emerlck enacted a story that had previously been told during tho evening by George Hodges. Guests attending were: Messrs, and Mesdames Frank Dunnell, John White, Herbert Frith, Glen Emerlck; Mesdames Robert Adduddell, W. H. Kennedy, Carol Thompson, Verne Cooper, William Batey, E. 13. Wilson, Harriet Morross, Nannie White, nnd the children were Dorothy White and Ina Lee and Billy Batey. T HJd local Camp Flro girls will hold a special Cuinp Kirc vesper sorviuo next Sunday evening at tho First Methodlat Church, with the Reverend Fletcher O. Watson, assisting Mrs. Margaret Sage, chairman, with arrangements. The Camp Fire girls will take part In the service,'by tho lighting of candles, the presentation of tho Law of tho Fire, and the singing of Camp Fire songs, Miss Elolse Harris has assisted Mrs. Sage during tho past week in conducting rehearsals for tho girls. These will continue this week in tho Washington and Lowell Schools. A Valentino party will bo held by the members of tho Mapeyahto Camp Fire group tomorrow evening at" tho homo of Mildred Wolf, 410 Pacific street* The party will start at 7 o'clock and close promptly at 10, It was announced at the last meeting of the girls, recently, In the new room the girls have just arranged In tho Calvary Baptist Church. Plans wore also discussed for another social event in the form of a wiener roast to bo hold In several weeks at the home of Leila Buaas. Rules woro made for the Camp Fire room, to be printed on placard to bo placed around the Camp Flro quarters. Miss Dorothy Wilson, sister of the assistant guardian, was given a vote of thanks for the offer to print tho signs. Tho clues were reduced half by vote of the group. The girls decided to have n. key for their room made to be kept by Carlsy Griffith, who was designated to close tho room following each evening. Among other rules made, tho glrla voted that three absences from regular meetings, would disqualify any member from attending the nearest party. Those present at the meeting were Mildred Wolf, Claire Creamer, Janice McNamara, Dorothea Drawbaugh, Genevleve Bassar, Leila. Buaas, Betty Hughes, Carley Griffith and Miss Helen Wilson, assistant guardian. Mother-daughter banquet plans wero discussed hy the Unaltiyal group recently when they /met in Beardsley. The dato for tho affair has not been sot as yet. j Tho grbup is working on articles for tho state fair with Miss Crlckmer I assisting tho direction of tho work. Mrs. Cannonberry received the Camp Fire ciullt, which tho girls made. Members of the group are Jeanne Tleck, Anna Green, Ila Baker, Alta AVrlght, Louise Owen, Barbara Fillmore, Evelyn Shepard, Bernico Shepard, Mildred LaGore, Myrtle Abbott, Gladys Brltton, Elzora Vandcrpool, Dorothy Hanawalt, Audrey Davis and Mrs. Mario Schneider, guardian: SliMI-DIL'SEL UNUlNli Heary duty, clutch and air stlrter. Cheap. Phone 2S46-J. 1'On, BAUJ—llord Commercial, 115: Bulck truck hchb, J.'i: CHS range. ?IO: drpMer, $5; chickens. No. 10 Warren avcnuo. olldulo. 170 FOll SALK—One Kas pump. 3-tanh timber. 17011 Chester Avenue. compressor. For Ren t—Roo m s N1CBI..V furnished room In private home. 5 minutes' walk to Nineteenth and Chests. Gentleman preferred. Phone 005-.1. 170 ; For Rent—Rooms With Board j 1100M and board. $9.50 tier week. Culufortable ' rooms, pleasant surroundings. Free narking. 1 Also transient liiniivrs. 50 «ent*. 2028 Nineteenth street. Telephone 83". 8-27-tf 'S Loose alfalfa hay $8, de- trntlo for young For Rent—Houses TODAY AND TUESDAY ONLY I!).'!U Ford coupe, |L'25. 11)30 Chevrolet pick-up, $140. liiL'll Chevrolet sport coupe, $165. W2K Bulck roach, ?1S3. I'.rJil Voril sedan, fi wire wheels, J145. 1U27 Star coupe, ?OG. I'J'- 1 " Hulek sport coupe, $120. 10i!3 Hupmoblle touring oar, $35. TOP PRICES PAID KOR AUTOS Chester at 24th. Phone 5S1S. 183 UNFURNISHED HOUSES Three-bedroom huuse, cjleun, modern. JACK SEX: EVERY 1931 EVERY CAR A BARGAIN! Ford coupe, a honey, $295. double garage, water paid, f 10 per j 1921' Chevrolet ncdan, trunk, etc., $190. month. Lots of Others—Priced Lower Two-bedroom house, modern. $20 per month. Four-room^ house, partly furnished, i iLyu/UiU^Jj; \Uiyill ^^O r ,« j (Formerly Pat's Car Market) L0 - | Phono 1724 2316 Chester Avenue "•' lo""tf i Jai'k Buncly, Manager 183 "" ' DOl lil.ASS' PlllCKS CUT. USKI) CARS. 2IO', t IB'J'.i Durum "•!" siuirt niuuo. low mile!. J14S. Itord roadMor delivery. ?!»: ".M l"ord tourtns, 120. FOK 1U.NT --Unfurnished fl>e rooms. niuiliTii. S«m> II. $25.00: O-room modern. Highland Park, $25.00, "aler paid; 5-room modem, 'i-tu-re. V-tl.OO; the rujim. IS acres. $20.00: Ci-room modrrn. Malik ilrrct. $30.00. Howard Nichols. Inr. lliono .'18::. 2-;.if I Ull H1>NT—J<\Hjr large-room house, closr In. ^i-acre ground, lats fruit. Chicken pens. <7u- ) race. Inquire 805 Oak ttreet. 168 ! FOR SALE llvcrod; or will dairy heifers or horses or what havo you? Phono 23D3-W or Call LTiSfi f. strret. 16» ^ Ppjjjj*^ and LivjMtock DA1IT CHICKS—!>>oin high-grade blood-tested stoi-k. Iltds. Itocks. U'lilto. Custom lutchlnt. Nhafler Ualchery. half-mile south, half-mile east Shatter. loo FOa SALE—Good, gentle family milch cow. Fresh. CO Itarred Hock pullets. Ilert Brown. Frultrale. no WOU1^)N"T you like to raise some fine big bronte turkeys? If so. don't delay In placing your ordor for buby turkeys. Custom hatching. Yatel Turkey lUneh and Hatcher, Hhafter. 160 NO. (1 Harris Lane. One heary work horse, «fct- dlo mare and colt, Jersey liolfcr for sale, nrtr Iteardsley school, I'R1I',HT poultry ranch. Highest grade selected Tanrred Leghorn hatching eggs. HO cents per dozen, bv i.'aiu ur thousand. QuaJily H. I. It. nnd llarred Hork eggs, any number. Daby rhleks or 0 week inillets from our own flocks. Cheaper thin ever before. Order a/ieaU when possible. I^t lu hatch your turkey or hen eggs. Hpwlal rate by 1000. Kern ville Lodges Assist Tehachapi K13RNVILLE, Feb. 13.— Installing teams for the I. O. O. F. and Rebekah Lodges in this district left here Saturday to seat ' new officers of lodges at Tehachapi. The Odd Fellows team, composed entirely 'of ICernvflle members, are: O. C. Bangsberg, John Potter, Ed Kewin, O. B. Daly, Ross Trumbull, Jack Chrlstensen and Gabe Chavez. Tho Rcbekah team, also entirely comprised of Kernvllle members, are: Mesdames Josephine Bangsberg, Millie Trumbull, O. B. Daly, substituting for Mrs. Clara Tiimnons, Edith P. Bechtel, Ella Jamos, Bertha Kewin and Alice Chavez. Miss Alice Nlcoll. musician, accompanied tho team. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS MOJAVE, Feb. 13.— Misses Dclma Wilson and Kathrlno Helms, who had birthdays last week, were complimented by the Christian Endeavor members and Invited guests with a party at the I. O. O. V. lodge rooms, Thursday night. Two big birthday cakes, decorated with candles, wero cut and served by the honorees. Tho cakes wero baked by Mesdames Robert Enstorwood, Stephen Hardln and McConnoll. Interesting games wero played and enjoyed by the following guests: Misses AVIlson and Helms, tho honorees, and Helen Hllyard, Hazel and Grace MeRoberts, Toll and Mary Rlccotninl, Juno Blnghum, Ruby Fnighm, Llnnoa Genrlch, Juanlta Kennedy, Juno Hodges, Stella Cnp- pella, Kathleen White, Margaret Nash of Little Rock, and Bill Wilson, Bill Helm, Low Barney, Roger White, Hal Wilson, Bob Gant, TTowcIl Batey, Ed Monroe and Charley Mooro. Mary Esther Taylor and Helen Baldwin were hostesses to tho members of tho Watuhlyl Camp Fire, recently, at a Valentine dinner and social, at the homo of the guardian, Mrs. Winifred Peterson, 2825 Park Way. The two girls prepared the dinner and arranged tho appointments In the Valentine motif. Following the dinner games were played Including King and Queen, Fruit Basket and Wink 'Em. Each of tho girls wrote a Valentine poem and the best were selected and read. First best was written by Mrs. Peter- won, second, Mrs. Lane, and third, Marie Sherman. The regular meeting of the group was held last Monday when Mrs, Lane read a story about polltene'ss. Mrs. Peterson asked the girls to make books of everyday politeness. The remainder of the meeting was spent In planning these books. Those present at the party wero Mary Esther Taylor, Frances Garrard, Mary Hudson, Helen Baldwin, Barbara Shotnate, Andrea Shaw, Mario Sherman, Lois Shay, Lorene Russell, Margaret Walters, Dorothy Smith, Mrs. I. E. Lane, and Mrs. Peterson, guardians. Virginia Stahl gavo a. "America for Mo."* (o ?i owaed singing of "Rpmomber." Honor beads were awarded bv gruardlan, and birthday hSS awarded to Blln Johnson, Pantell and Jean Hench. After the ceremonial, refreshments were served by Edna Stahl ana Joan Renoh. Those present wero Phyllis Hansen, Jean nonoh, Elln Johnson, Ijaura Bell, Eleanor Pnntell, Kdna Stahl, Virginia Slahl and Mrs. Violet Stahl, guardian. Tho Hachachelo Camp Fire girls met tit Horace Mann School last 1<M- duy evening arid hold a short business meeting followed by tho February stunt night. Bach girl contributed Home number to the program. Those present were Wllda Baker, Christine Mooro, Virginia 1,60 Moore, Francos Iluttan, Eslhoc Foley and Mrs. Mooro, assistant guardian. Tho Gatlyl Camp Fire girls will hold ft ceremonial on March 4, It. WHS decided at the last mooting. Plans will be completed at the next meeting. Maxlne Jones was chosen to repre- • sent tho group In the Fashion Show. Present wero Betty Hullett, Alvn. Smith, 131oanor Clark, Harriot Sheldon, Maxlne Jones, Mary Alice McKee, Bebe Huston, Wllmaloo Hobcrie, Georgia Marsh,. visitor and Mrs. Stlmellng, guardian. The Zhonta Camp litre girls will meet next Thursday evening to celebrate the birthday of one of the members, Carol Jlpcd. At the recent meet- Ing Rose Mario Allen was selected as tho representative of the group at the Fashion Show. Present were Helen Cady, Carolina Beaty, Mary Jane Keller, Nellie Burch, Shirley L.eedam, Oleta Gad- borry, Rose Mario Allen, Betty Illghott, CJenovlpve Parker, JSIolse Reynolds, Lorna McClure, Mrs, Louella Reynolds, guardian, and Miss Sadie Clendonnen, assistant guardian. Council Fire of Cnmp Fire was held by tho members of tho Otyokwa Camp Flro group last Thursday evening at tho homo of Marian Brookshlre. Honor beads were awarded to Doris Brann, Mildred Jonos, nnd Clarice Green. Roselpha. Humphreys reported on flvo Important women, Marlitn Brookshire recited a poem, and Mary Jane Stevens gave a short talk on the American Indians. Doris Brann was elected treasurer of tho group. Ceremonial candles were lighted by Mildred Jones, Marian Brookshlro and Doris Brann, work, health and love, respectively. Present were Ocea Manus, Marian Brookshlre, Maybello Garlng, Clarice Green, Franco and Mlnnlo T^co Warnock, Doris Brann, Mildred .lone.f, Bernlce Molntosh, Mabel Vestal. Hosclpha' Humphreys, Mary Jane Stevens, Miss Frances Bragg, guardian, and Mrs. Stella Brown, assistant . guardian. Tho Ptpslsiwa Camp Fire girls hiked to the home of Mrs. Omah Burton In Benrdsley, last Saturday morn- Ing. The regular meeting was held there and a wiener roast and other means of diversion wero enjoyed. At a recent meeting held at the homo of Miss Genevleve Hunt, guardian, tho plrls studied "Etlriuelte" and then worked on quilts and scrap books. Present were Rachel Morton, Eleanor Porter. Alberta Parker. Mildred Stockton, Rose Stockton. Emily Vincent, Mildred Birch, Nevadii Oarcllner and Miss Genevleve Hunt, guardian. Geraldine Harris took the membership test at the last meeting held by the Tawasi group at the homo of the guardian, Miss Margaret Kuehn, 2105 G street. At roll call during tho afternoon the following girls answered: Alice Johnson, Betty Chandler, Geraldlno Harris, Rose Mary Dunlap, Marie Stanfielr], Mary txm Gardiner. Barbara Arnold, and Miss Kuehn, guardian. The Steda Camp Flro girls met at tho home of the guardian, Mrs. Theron Taber, 423 Truxtun avenue, and continued work -on the baby layette they are making for a needy mother. Food was brought which will be given to the mother. The next meeting of the group will take place at the home of Mrs. Taber on Thursday afternoon. Those present were Marjorle and Georgia Canfleld. Frances Gladstone. Wllma Mahler. Mildred DeBolt, Ruth Tucker, Mrs. Henry Gladstone, assistant guardian, and Mrs. Taber, guardian. The' Walohl Camp Fire girls met Friday afternoon at the home of Betty Jane Stanton, 41E Qulnry street. Following tho brief business meeting, Richard Stanton, Boy Scout, triught the girls how to tie numerous knots. At the close of the afternoon Mrs. r>. Stanton served refreshments to Tletty Coleman, Frances Antrim. Betty Jane Stanton. Mildred Meyer. T>ucllle Morelock, Velma 1-,egfr. Rlrhard Stanton and Mrs. Sunny Johnson. The Ahoha Hanta girls will hold a Valentino party tomorrow afternoon nt tho American Legion hall. . Final plans were made nt tho last meeting of the group. Names for the exchange of Valentines wero drawn, and Eleanor Patrick was appointed "postman" for the distribution, Barbara Plnncll and Amelia Miller were appointed to take charge of tho gapios. Further plans were also discussed for the card party scheduled for March 11. Camp Flro ceremonial was held last Friday evening bv tho I.e-Wa Camp Fire girls at tho home of Mrs. Violet Stahl, guardian, 810 1C street. The ceremony began with tho Wo-He-Tx) call and answer followed hy the entrance of the girls and the hand sign. After tho flag salute tho ceremonial candles wero lighted by Phyllis .Tnnsen, work; Jean Bench, health, and Elln Johnson, love. After singing the "Star, Sflanglod Banner" the girls answered (ho 1 roll call of Indian names, telling tho The Apelachi started renovating tho rooms In the old county hospital, recently, and hope to use the bulldlnp for the meeting place of several groups in Bakersfield. INAUGURATION TOPIC FOR DELANO GROUP DELANO, Feb. 13.— Mrs. E. B. Arm- I strong of Earllmart gave tho program j for Chapter DE, P. E. O. Sisterhood. at their rcffulnr mcetlnfr on Friday afternoon. Mi's. Lena Beall was hostess to chapter members tit her Cecil Addition home. The business session convened at 1:30, with dinner at 6:30. Dinner guests of tho chapter wert Mrs. Lyman King of Napa, daughter of Mrs. Beall, who is enjoying an extended visit here; Misses Miriam Beall and Mary Salber, and Mesdainos 3. Warren of New York, and Itay Gll- bralth. Members presant were Mcsdamos Annlo Jones, Lester Kiggens, E. B. Armstrong and John I fall, all of Eurllmart; Cecil Jones, Ilnllle Hoy anil Claud Blodgott, all of Bakersfield, and Uforge W. McClintick, George O.siier, Clarence J. Roupo, Vera Beall Cobb, William Hallock, John Speer, A. V. Ilolaapple, Miss Janet Struthors and the hostess. The subject for the program hour was "InteresTIng Facts About Inauguration." Mrs. Armstrong gave the resume of a mugazlno article on the subject. THE BUNGLE FAMILY News By HARRY .J. TUTHIL -MODERN D-room rotlage. Double ga- ', rage with cement flnor. i!01 C street. ; Phono B2C. Henry Elsaler. L'-2-tf Kl.At. home, eaat. sldu, furnished. l"our room'. nn<l breaJifaat nook. Oarage. Laivn. Orersluffcil furnlturo. 123. r>o. Also 3-room apartment, all newly decorated. Phone 1813-M. 1:0 RENTAL — 4 -room nicely furnished home; shade; good garage. Apply 1431 Oregon. _ 2-11-tf I'OUH-JIOOM furnished dui>lm, Ourage and nice yard. ISO. Water paid. 1100 Third street Plumo 2126- W. 170 VOIl ' IU5NT— Nicely furnished uuugllow fn court, t Tile «lnk, hardwood floors. oToretuffed furnl- > lure. Water paid. Adults. Inquire 1910 I "or- ; rest street. 194 ' I'Oll HEM'— Three-rooui (urniihul duplei, it 2125 I U street. TWO-IWOM furnished cabin for bachelors! lights. »8 per month. 110 Ka&t Kl;lnli 170 i'OU BJSKT— Tu adults, private IIUJIID. .it rooms. furnished, tno bedrooms. Uouhlo ^urm,'e. 1'ard fenced, tshade. Ucstrlcuid iielBiiborhooii. Va<:ani ' no eighteenth. Ixx-aied In lukenfleld. r^r Information, upplr 100 Lincoln sircfl. Oil. lair. I'Oll ItlINT- rurnlalit'd housi; uml furiiltlK.'J UIUM un-ul. I'lralic 1057-M. WHY GEORGE; WHAT HAPPENED TODAY? a DID YOU SEC- YOUP. COUSIN ALFP.ED? YOU HAVE. SUCH A PECULIAfX , LOOK.. / SO. . OH.. ODD.. LISTEN JO, I'M O.Ki I HAD LUNCH WJTH ALFRED TODAY AND WHEN HE TOLD ME HE WAS IN WITH A REFORMER WHO'D PAY ME |:i5O A WEEK I.. . WELL I DIDN'T HAVE ANYTHING ELSE TO DO SO I AGREED TO LOOK. INTO THE MATTER. AN OFFER OF *25O A WEEK. FROM ALFRED! OH GEORX5E WHEN HE CAME HERE TO SEE YOU] THE OTHER | DAY I TOLD YOU IT WAS] SOMETHING LIKE THAT.J f ' JO. WELL I SAW REFORMER AND HE, THIS....RAISED MY -ARY -TO |5OO A K. BEFORE I EVEN STARTED TO A WORK FOR f HIM. • 3001 $30O A WEEK! OH GEORGE BUNGLE DON'T TALK SO SILLY. SO.., HIS NAME IS MUGG! FROM WHAT I CAN UNDERSTAND HE'S GOT A LOT OF BAD. DECISIONS IN HIS DIFFERENT MARRIAGES AND HE'S GOING TO START A SORT OF LIFE SAVING STATION ON THE SHORE OF THE MATRIMONIAL SEA.' THAT'S WHAT HE UHUIM «»»«lnla. IM. M. T. WHAT! OF ALL THINGS! IT SOUNDS SO....WELL, JUST LIKE THAT |3OO A WEEK BUSINESS. ' LISTEN JO, I KNOW HOW IT SOUNDS. ON THE iVAY HOME I DECIDED NOT TO THINK TOO MUCH 7 ABOUT IT RIGHT NOW. " I'M GOING TO GET A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP AND SAVE MY STRENGTH TO. WELL., HEAP, HIM GO INTO DETAILS TOMORROW MORNING. Fry iii ires to Leave ? for Kentucky Home DELANO, Feb. 13.— Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Krynilro and their sons Sack and Harry are planning to leave BOOH for Ekron, Ky., where they will make . their home. Mr. Frymlro recently purchased tho old home farm owned nnd farmed by his father, and plans to farm it. The family has lived hero sirico Jflil • and Mrs. Frymlre has held a responsible position with the Southern California Kdlson Company us field clerk. They uro being complimented by many farewell dinners and parties prior to their departure. On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. J'ry- nilro WHB tho honor guest at a surprise handkerchief showor given at tho Charles Anderson homo on Cecil nvenuo, ut which Mrs. James L. Fry- mlre and Mrs. Ous W. rUclmrdson wore joint hostesses. ^ After the Inspection of many beautiful gifts, a social hour was cn-« joyed and tho hostesses served refreshments. Enjoying tho party wore Mrs. Krymiro, Mesdamett Hay Llttlo and Robert Bryans of Pixley, Elmer Dorscy, B. F. Stradley, Prank Dor-* soy, Lawrence Salca, Cal Hardest?. Lorna Aminons, Edward Cave, Qeorif; King, AVIlllam Robinson, Roy Ander- r.on, N. L. Squlrea, Ruth Wolcott, Percy Burum, Miss Mildred Frymlre, Mrs. Charles Anderson and the hostesses. -#GRAPE GROWERS' MEETING DELANO, Feb. la.—K, M. Henscn, president of the Delano Grape Growers' Association, announces th« annual meeting of tho Association for Monday, February 27. The meeting I will be held in the rooms of the Dej lano Chamber of Commerce beginning !tit 2:30. The purpose of tho meetlne ; is- to elect of floors. J. B. Swan i» j secretary-treasurer, (ln d hus boon since its organization, •

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