The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 14, 1933 · Page 3
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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, February 14, 1933
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1 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA*?, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS FRUITVALE NEWS ITEMS FRtTITVALE, Feb. 14,~Th« boys' basketba41 .team of Frultvale School defeated the Rio Bravo team Friday on the Frultvale court by a score of 12 to 8. Mrs. R. A. Plttman of Orovllle nan been visiting her niece, Mrs, L. 3. Vincent of Green Acres for the past week. The Bible study class of the Fruitvale Union Sunday School will meet Friday afternoon at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Greene on Frultvale avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Williams of Rosedale were visitors at the C. E. 'White home recently, Mrs. R, E. Ross and daughter, Alice and Emilia, and Bd Lleb of Greenfield, were guests Sunday of their ulster and aunt, Mrs. L. J. Vincent of tlreen Acres, Mrs. R. A. Plttman of Orovllle, who has been a guest at the Vincent home, returned to Greenfield with her niece, Mrs. Ross for a short visit. Mr., and Mrs. Andrey Heler and family visited Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Fast of Shiifter Sunday afternoon. Ed T/lesch has purchased a number of baby chicks from the Green Acres Hatchery for delivery March 6. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bateman, well known In Frultvale, have moved from Bakorsfletd to Santa Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Root of Fruitvale have moved to Stockton. Word was received Saturday by •prnl»vqle frlnnds of the marriage of WIL-SAV-U 7 Chester Avenue I LARD .Ib. 5c I HAMBURGER .Ib. 8c POT ROAST, Choicest. .Ib. 8c WIENERS, Bologna, Liver Sausage Ib. PURE CANE SUGAR i PIGS- FEET. .each 3c HOGS' HEAD. .Ib. 5c LAMB , ,TONGUE.. e«ch 3c | FLOUR 24K.48C I PINK BEANS, Ifl Kino City IW|bs. DOG FOOD. 5c OLEOMARGARINE 1C SHRIMPS, OYSTERS, Of» 5-oz. Tins each •* I M. J. B. COFFEE Ib. 32c SHOULDER STEAK » * lbs. i BUTTER, Quartered Ib. fDRYSALT O 25fi • PORK *lba. *«»» 3.b,.26c CAMELS, LUCKIES, OLD GOLD pkg. i POTATOES 25-lb. cloth baa 29|c CABBAGE .Ib. DRY ONIONS. 3, b ..7e r RED WINESAPS " Ibs. 8 25c ROUND 35c There's Not One Price That Isn't Reasonable. No Limit on Anything EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Bee Our Ad In Next Friday's Paper. Miss June Ronfro nnd Harold Trice. Tho newly-inarrlea couplo will leave for tho east on n wcddlns trip nnd on tlinlr return will mnko their homo In Long' Bench. The trroom Is nn en- glncor In tho United Stntes Navy. Mr. and Mro. Miirtln Lester, Owen Lester nnd Miss Grace Keyos were dinner guests Thursday evening of Mrs, Penrl Jordnn of Bnkersfleld. Mrs. Margaret Burko nnd sons, Prank nnd Oernld O'Fnrrell, of Ante- lopo valley, visited Prultvale friends Saturday. Mrs. Burko wns formerly principal of the Jfmltvalo School. Mrs. Arthur Stancllff of Frultvale entertained tho following; guests at dinner Frldny evening: Mrs. Marjorle Stockton, Miss Josephine Hull and Miss Evelyn Palmer, nil teachers of the li*rultvale School. • BEARDSLEY BEATIDSLEY, Feb. 14.—The basketball team of the local school de- featod the Hosedale team on tho home court Friday evening, 13 to 8, after a hard struggle. Troop Five Boy Scouts finished turning the tree recently donated by the school hoard Into oampflro wood. Scoutmaster L. Jncobson accompanied them. An outdoor meal was prepared nt noon. The boys mot In regular session Friday night at their head- nunrters. Three scouts In uniform were selected to help with tho pet parade In Bakersfleld nnd plans for attending church night nt the Trinity MXhndlnt Church wero made. The Unilyl Camp Flro girls with their guardian, Mrs. Marie Britton and assistant, Miss Ida Crlckmor, met Friday night. It Is planned to have the whole organization present In summer camp this year. School enrollment continues to Increase. There are now 315 in the elementary school not Including the kindergarten. District Superintendent H. M. Baker will represent the Interests of the children, parents, and teachers at a meeting of tho central section of the California Council of Education in Fresno next Saturday. Miss Ida Crlckmer's primary class presented at assembly Friday a little play they had written, entitled, "The Valentine Surprise." Safety, first aid, and all around school activities were woven Into the production. In the regular monthly fire drill fonducted last week by the fire chief from Bakersfleld. the school secured 100 per cent In nil requirements. Areme Club Enjoys Bridge Luncheon FELLOWS, Feb. 14.—The bridge luncheon given Saturday at the Ma- sonlo Temple by the Areme Club, O. E. S., was very successful. Mrs. Mae- Brie Taber was In charge of the dinner and Individual chicken plea were a surprise feature on the menu. Following the luncheon bridge was played with 10 tables participating In the game. Sara Rupp of Marlcqpa received high score; Miss Eva Mixer, second; Mrs. Taber, third, and low went to Mrs. Hattlo Klrchet of Taft. Ethel Uumbold received the draw prize. Saturday, February IS, the Areme Club members will servo luncheon to members of Kern County Matrons, Associate Matrons and Past Matrons Association -which will convene at the Follows Masonic Temple at that time. Mrs. R. D. Morris will bo In charge of arrangements. TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI, Feb. 14.—Mrs. C. A. Forrester and her house guests, her sister Miss Marlorle Fleming and her father Perry Fleming of Belllngham, Wash., drove to Bakersfleld Friday. The local high school basketball teams met Lancaster Thursday afternoon, but lost all three games. Two bus loads of local students accompanied the teams down to the games. Bill Cameron of Taft spent Saturday with Francis Wilson. Miss Virginia Shults wont to Los Angoles for the week-end and the holiday. Mrs. Frank Weatherholt and son and Lou Fann spent Saturday In Bakers- flold. Miss Jane Waters went to Bakersfield Saturday to attend H meeting of teachers uf physical education. Mrs. Frank Wilson and her mother Mrs. Mary Py!o wero railed to San Francisco Saturday on account of the | Illness of Mrs. Pylc's slater, Mrs. K. W. I Stange. j The boys' and girls' gleo clubs of i tho grammar school, accompanied by I Miss Orpha Beall, Miss Ramona Crabtree and Miss Jane Waters went to Mojave Friday night where they gave several numbers for the program at the installation of officers of Desert Gold Parlor, Native Daughters. Professor Imhoff went down, giving an address on California. Miss Crabtree was installed as organist and Miss Waters n« treasurer. • > INTERESTING ROSEDALE NOTES ROSEDALE, Fob. H.—A group of friends gave a surprise party In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Kerchen of East Bakersfleld Saturday night. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Grauf and son, Paul, of Roscdnlo. Betty Jones was a visitor of Mrs. E. Eynnud and daughter, Emma, FHday, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Melvln Curtis, formerly of Rosedale, are now living at Rio Bravo. G. Muller nnd family were visitors of Paul Grauf Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Grauf were visitors Sunday of J. H. Protzman of Pond. Katharine Beavers was a visitor Friday evening of Mrs. E. Eynaud and daughter, Emma, of Bakersflold. Bobby and Jeannlo Clow were entertainers of the Rio Bravo Christian Endeavor Sunday evening. Derwood Frost Is recovering from an attack of Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Miles and daughter, Patty Elaine wore Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Krauso of Palm. Misses Katherlno and Thelma Beavers, and Eudora Baldwin attended a banquet Saturday evening at Rio Bravo. Billy Lowo and Pearl Beavers had entries In tho cat n.nd dog parade hold In Tinkersfleld Saturday. Miss Emmy Lou Hengut of Belrldgo was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Knight, Saturday. Katherlne and Thelma Beavers wore recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Hnlbert Heath and sons, Leslie and Lawrence. Lew Steltzner of Kellogg Acres was a guest of Paul Grauf Sunday afternoon. TODAY'S NEWS FROM WASCO WXSCO, Feb. 14.—Guy Woodard received word a few days ago of tho death of his mother, Mrs. L. A. Woodard of Bollflower, 111. Mrs. Woodard will bo remembered here by mnny as she visited hero with friends and relatives several years ago. Mrs. L. R Pltzer gafo a dinner recently In honor of her husband's birthday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pitzcr of LOB Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pltzer, Loyde Pltzer and tho host and hostess. S. D. Hlttson and son Claude of Des Molnes, N. M., who huve been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hlttson of Lo'st Hills, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Korr. After dinner the evening was spent In reminiscences of years when Mr. Hlttson and MRS. DENNIS HOSTESS TEHACHAPI, Feb. 14.—Mrs. F. A. Dennis was host at a dinner party at her home Friday evening. The guests were prominent members of several parlors of Native Daughters and following the dinner the guests drove to Mojave to attend Installation of officers of Desert Gold Parlor', Native Daughters. Covers were laid for Mrs. Kate Phillips, Mrs. Ona Moffet, Mrs. Margaret Sage, Mrs. Frank Harris, Miss Edna Hobson, Mrs. Frank Harris, all of Bakersfleld, Mrs. Minnie Heath of Taft, Miss Orpha Beall and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis. his family wero neighbors on adjoining ranches of Mr. and Mrs. Korr In Now Mexico. Miss Kathleen Burnqulst of Bakersfield »pent the week-end with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. CU E. Burnqulst. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bryson of Le bee spent Tuesday evening with Mr. Hryson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bryson. Friends of Mrs. R. J. Offset will bo glad to hear that she Is Improving In health. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ash and family httvo moved back to Wasco to make their homo after having lived on a ranch near the Klmberlenu road for several years. Mr. Ash will be employed on tho Annln ranch. Mrs. Jeanotte Stone was hostess recently to the W. M. B. Club. The date ali«o marked the blrthdrfv of Mrs. John Morgan of Buttonwlliow who received felicitations of the club members present who wero Mendnmes'Car Sebastian. Jack Boll, Arthur Miller and the hostess. Arvin C. E. Unit . Gives Jolly Party ARVIN, Feb. 4.—The Intermediate society of the Christian Endeavor enjoyed a Valentine party In the church parlors on Saturday night. A valentine motif was carried out In the decorations and refreshments. Game, and contests furnished the diversion of the evening. Those present were Myrtls, Juno and Hulftt Combs, Helen Shearer, Ruth and Buddie Wtlllford, Velva Cheovcr, Junior Stone, Ward txnd Trent Ktockton, Jlmmlo Smith, Qene- vlovo nnd Billy Nance, Hernlce and Mildred Permentor, Yvonne Dawson, Dorothy Dial, Philip and Lawrence Krauter, Thelma Bishop, Francos Varnon, Helen and Loren Yaussy, Otis nnd Mildred Mitchell and Mlaa Marjorlo Rexroth. OLENNVILLE, Feb. 14.—Mrs. Luo onnor returned to Los Angeles Frl- ay after a brief visit to her homo ere. Mrs. John Hitchcock Is visiting her on and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack luston of Bakersfleld. Mrs. Nettle Bocn, Mrs. C. Glass and Irs. R. R, Martin were visitors In Inkcrsfleld Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mooro and chll- ren were guests of Mr. and Mrs. irrln Olds Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crawford spent Friday In Bakorsflold on business. PANAMA REBEKAH BRIDGE PARTY FELLOWS, Feb. 14.— The bridge party given Thursday evening at tho homo of Mrs. F. A. Utzeruth, of the Jenkins tract, netted Samaritan Rebekah Lodge $12. Mrs. Evelyn G. Towne was co-hostess with Mrs. Utzerath and they awarded prizes to Mrs. C. A. Shaney, first; Etta L. Maygren, second, and Mrs. Winifred Mun- Boy, third. Lovely refreshments wero served following tho games. PANAMA, Feb. 14.—Manuel Rodriguez and wlfo of Los Angeles were the guests of their relatives, the Full- era, Friday. MnNdnmes Wesley Davis and Clyde Vanlloni motorod to Oakland Sunday morning, whore they will visit the parents of the latter for two weeks. Minerva Tracy and Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Crafton vlsltod over tho weekend nt tho Romero home. Mesdames Peter Sails and Chris Rostettcr, accompanied by Albert Braun were guests of Mrs. John Groone at Fellows on Thursday. Mrs. Olive Owens and children of Los Angeles spent Sunday with Mrs. Paul Durlsch. ' Mrs. John Stevens of Bakersfleld Is visiting her sister, Mm. Ed Akers. The Ladles' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. C. E. Black Thursday uft- ornoon. One Jason of Bakfmfleld spent Friday night with Robert Holding. Mrs. Olive Plttman of Chlco Is visit Ing at tho home of her sister, Mrs. R. E. Ross. A surprise party was given Mrs. Elsie Mays on Saturday evening, the occasion being her birthday. Those attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Chester Marsh, Arthur Huffman Dewcy Tallman, Frank Loustalot Mrs. W. P. Taylor, Irma Boyer, Loretta Buacher and Michael Borde. Misses Allleen Ross and Marguerite Davis wero the guests of Lenore Huffman on Sunday. Mrs. Fred Grcdlg is In charge of the Panama School cafeteria during the month of February. ana Radishes Babies andltouquels Carrots and Cab/japes // /L- d all/rom an Right before your very eyes the man of magic draws rabbits, vegetables, flowers, fruits—even babies—all from an empty tub! What an aitoniihing fellow he ill •XPLANATIONt The assorted rabbits, btbiei, carrots, eabbagei, ribbons and other magical "props" are not created by magic. The tub has a false bottom that is conveniently displaced, and numberlesi wonderful things spring to life in the magician's nimble fingers. They do literally "spring" because they are made to compress into the bottom of the tub, taking their natural shape at the magician lifts them out. Souici: "Trieki and llluiinu" by B. P. DuHon * Cf. fUW TO ...ITS MOKE FUWTO GLENNVILLE NEWS NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tompson and children of Whlto River were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. teller. Mrs, Mnrvln Mn'ldiix nnd children of Baker.sflo.ld spent the week-end at the Keystone ranch. Overnight guosts of ^fr. and Mrs. A. Weaver Frldny were Mr. and Mrs. T. Ownns of 1'osn. Sam Allen of B.ikersfleld was a BUOBt of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Uunlap Monday. R. H. Martin has purchased the John Welch ranch. Newnll Groon la spending a few days In Taft. IBUY AMERICAN SPRING MAGIC by MELLY DONS HAVE ARRIVED $1A95 10 Down to $150 1 IN THI WliDID HUMIDOR PACK Tricks are legitimate on the stage but not in business..Here's one that has been used in cigarette advertising...the illusion that blending is everything in a cigarette. MPLANATiONi Blending is important...but it makes a lot of difference what is blended. Inferior tobaccos can be blended to cover up their humble origin. But your taste soon detects the* trick. 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