The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 16, 1933 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, February 16, 1933
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- ^fffij'i ^r****,- 1 /^ ? ***sp * Tf* ( p s, >(• -e. j ^M**m (V s " *( ^^\V™* 3 ' * t ' fr *• "T**( ^'^ THE BAKERSFIELtf CALiFORNlAN, THURSDAY, COMMUN WARD BAKER 10 PLAY AI WASCO Popular Violinist and Composer Will Entertain on February 22 !• WASCO. Feb. 16.—The Ladles' Aid of the Methodist Episcopal church tvlll present Wurd Baker In concert on the violin at the Methodist church jin Washington's birthday, February !;L', nt 8 o'clock, A news Hem In tho San .loaquln vtlley papers the other day contained the caption. "Composer nt Work on "His New Symphony Sequoia." This Composer Is Wnrd Bnker, formerly of Chicago Musical College, nnd member of the Chicago Symphony orchestrn. ••The Muslcnl Courier' 1 of New York has named Wnrd Bnker, "the modern tile Bull of America" for his nbllity to combine high nrtistlc achievement y;lth strong populnr nppenl. Besides his new symphony, which will soon come from the press, he has n number of orlginnl compositions among which is his well-known "Rap- sodle Pavlowa." It has been spoken of by critics as compnrablo to somo of TODAY'S NEWS FROM WASCO WASCO, Feb. 16.—Mrs. Fred Olll and daughter Gladys spent the weekr end In Los Angeles. Leland Denman of Sacramento and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Denman of LOB Angeles were recent guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Den- mnn. Mrs. Jennette Stoner entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers and Betty and Margerie Peter of Shatter. the best of classical i musical literature. A no less Imposing work is his composition, "Artist's Rest." An interesting feature about the recitals of Ward Baker is that a number of his musical numbers are self- nccompnnled. He nlso presents num- ters on the vocalln, an instrument of the violin family, but different In character of tone. He presented two recitals at the University of Chlcngo recently and before the eleto Eleanor Club of that city, nnd in concert with Helen Webb Cllppprt, soprano, and Ray Knauss, flutist, in Orchestra Hall, Chicago. He will spenk briefly on the "Spiritual nnd Aesthetic Aspect of Music," at his concert nt the Methodist church. Although admission to his concerts has cost In dollars he Is being presented at the .Methodist church for a free silver offering. Mrs. .Tnmes Hubbnrd and Mrs. J, Sebastian were callers at the home of Mrs. Jeanetto Stoner recently. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McCartney spent the week-end in Pasadena. Mr. and Mrs. Thel Linn of Paso Robles spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sebastian. Mrs. C.--E. Sebastian, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Sebastian for the past two months, has returned" to her home in Glendale. Mrs. Jack Bell recently entertained a group of friends In honor of the birthday of her father, S. H. Johnson. Her guests were Mrs. William Cook, Albert Johnson and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs, Jack Bell. Mrs. W. Ellison expects her brother. Roy Nelson of Los Angeles, to spend a few days with her soon. • » » DONALD SMITH HONORED MARICOPA, Feb. 16.—Donald Smith was pleasantly surprised last Saturday evening when a number of his friends gathered at the home of John Patterson for a surprise birthday party in his honor. A very enjoyable evening was spent dancing and playing games after which refreshments were served to Helen Mae Hlxon, Drucllla Walker, Elmn walker, Betty Morrison, Donald Flake, Lawrence Payne, John Patterson, Elroy Relnart, Virginia Anderson, Thelma Ingraham, and the host and guest of honor. Founder's Week AT A6-P Butter ARMOUR'S CLOVERBLOOM CHALLENGE BUTTER Ik. 2Oc Cigarettes CHiSTiRFIGLD • OLD COLD | • 1 | p k «- Carton «f IO pkfjt. $I.OO GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10-POUND SACK 28c CRISCO SHORTENING 60c 17c 3-POUHD CAN J»6c PILLSBURY FLOUR "..^ 55c IO.FOUND SACK 27c HOMINY BUMANK No. 2)$ cant I5c CLEANSER 3 SUNBRITE cans Ull e«n 5c EVAPORATED MILK DR. ROSS DOG FOOD 2<™15c CHOCOLATE DELIGHTS £-25c UNEEDA BAKERS Brown Sugar ?;, * »- rton 2 f or 11C P U r«x CLEANSES M-... t,.»u B«n Hur Coff«« DRW ib. »» 32c Syrup KERN'S OLD DOMINION '*;"' I5c Dunn's J*llie>* ASSORTED 2 ,u,V., 25c Rip* Olivet SEQUOIA MEDIUM *;.*;• I3c Tuna Flakes ^ Or rc a a d n: lOc Soap Chips S5IJ?. 5 ,„.. 25e Sardines ;^ as ca r n 5c Honey Be . e -. p f. r . m . 5''cin 35e lc Sttk D»»«i* >a-o<. bctti. lOc Gino«r AU SUN RAY 3k.Hi«2Oc Ginger Al« COUNT** 9c Eicb D«»*lit BACON . SWIFT'S PREMIUM, CUOAHY'S PURITAN .r ARMOUR'S STAR ?2 ID* • ^^ carton |^ WITH THE PURCHASE OF SAUSAGE MICKELIERRY, LINK or PATTIES » 25c Finest Quality Meats Pol; Roast PIRST CHUCK ib. He CENTER CUT Ik. life Veal Loaf - I5c BEEF, •OMK AND VIAU Pork Roast LEG END CUT ib. I lc CINTtR CUT Ik. |5c Chickens B°K°NG lk 25c PRESH KILLED...DRY »ICKiB FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CELERY Vista 8 . ......... ; ............................. . .each 5C CAULIFLOWER Luge . each 5 C •RICtS EFFiCTIVI FEBRUARY 16, 17, Id The antic & Pacific Tea Company AT MOUNTAIN VIEW MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 16.—Miss Lola Mae David, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. David, became the bride of Floyd L. Clendenen, son of Mr. andi Mrs. W. H. Clendenen, at a pretty ceremony at the Mountain View parsonage, Saturday. The Reverend F. D. Conoway read the marriage vows, The young couple were attended by Miss Ingard Luhman and John Benbo\y. They left Immediately to spend the week-end, at the Carey Jackson home In Lockwood valley. The wedding was kept secret until their return the first of the week. They are now at home-to their friends In the new residence which Mr. Clendenen has built for his bride on section 25, or) the Weed Patch highway. The following friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Clendenen at their home Monday evening and enjoyed a jolly party: Messrs, anft Mesdames B. L. Combs, Frank W. Gross, Melvln Gross, W, B. Berry, Leslie Andress, Peafce; Mrs, J. V. Holler, Misses Dorothy Fisher, Mnrjorle and 'Ruby Hunt, Ethel Clendenen, Dessle Sanders, Messrs. Oral Berry, Clarence Johnson, Donald Holler, Henry Eyraud and' Johnny Francis. Mr. and Mrs. R. David entertained at n reception at their home Tuesday evening in honor of the young couple. The guests Included: Misses Marjorie and Ruby Hunt, Mary and Helen Alexander, Beverly Toung, Dor.othy Fisher, Ethel Clendenen, Margaret Maddox, Irma Freldas, Dessie Sanders, Anna Jorgenson, Ingnrd Luhman, Charlotte Brlest, Elva .Thomas, Eva Michaels, Lucille Ellis, Vera and Vada David, Lottie Jolly: Messrs. John Francis, Clarence Johnson, Ardell Wilcher, Earl Wllcher, Bill Reed, Henry Eyraud, Leo David, Leslie Andress, Norman Trogdon, Fred Clendenen, John Benbow, Ray Norman, Booster David, William, Berryhlll. Billle Vastbinder, Robert Johnston, Leonard Winters, John Jolly and James Ponton. -<*> TUPMAN TUPMAN, Feb. 16.—Friends of Miss Beatrice Blvlns of Tupman and Jack L. Lnthrop of Sprlngvllle will be interested to learn of their recent marriage nt AHsalla. The young couple was accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Arnold, sister of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Lathrop, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Lathrop will make .their home in Sprlngvllle. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Traweek, parents of the bride, entertained the couple at dinner Friday evening upon their return from a short wedding trip. . Ralph and Paul Brown motored south Saturday and spent the weekend visiting friends at Downey and Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ktrkpatrick nnd family visited friends and relatives In Coallnga over the'-week-end. The Reverend and' Mrs. W. E. Smith of Bakersfleld were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Roberts. Ben and Paul Gulp narrowly escaped serious Injuries Saturday night, when their car rolled over several times down a steep grade, after striking a washout in the road. The boys were returning from a friend's home on the Standard Oil Company's Kern County lease. Only scratches and bruises and minor damage to the car resulted from the mishap. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ross entertained Mr. and Mrs. Phil Martin and sop John of Bakersfleld at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Anton Herman, both of whom were sick with Influenza las week, are much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith of Taf were guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Tame Stevenson, Sunday. , Mrs. Will Green of Bakersfleld vis I ted Mrs. J. S. Brown on Monday. The pupils of the Elk Hills Schoo featured a Lincoln's day program a assembly Friday morning. Hundreds Given Work in Ranches of North Kern DELANO, F«b. 16.—Thrte hundred men are at work at the Sierra Vista Ranch of the Earl Fruit. Company, north and eatt of town. They Include expert prunert and men who are tying up the vlnet after the pruning It completed. Pruning and tying up of the 2579 aoret of vinet will be completed about the first of March. Many choice varletiet of table grapet are . Included. In their planting!. Among them are the-Thompson teedlett, Muscat, Rlbler, Cornlchon, AI- merla, red and white Malaga, Emperor, Carlgen and Servian Blue. They alto have plantings of At- aoante Bouchet. . Their decldioue fruit plantings now Include only 60 acret of plums which are covered by two varle tlet, the Wlckton and the Keltey. The remainder of their acreage which totalt 3500 acret it in unplanted lands except for annual crops of vegetables, grain or cotton. Thla year they have leated 160 acres for wheat. FELLOWS HELD FOR I*lait Excursion to View Famous American Ship FELLOWS, Feb. 18.—Mr. and Mrs. Vlbert' Floras of Southgate, visited ver the week-end with Tils parents, ilr. and Mrs. J. F. Flores. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cameron, accom- anted by the Misses Laura Davis and toberta Cameron, all of Plxley, were uosts Sunday .of Mr. and Mrs. Camron's daughter and husband, Mr. and Irs. R. 13. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morgan and son liarles. Jr., accompanied by Miss lara Tweddell, returned Sunday from lelmont where Mrs. Morgan had been he guest of her mother, Mrs. Lucy Gordon, the past two •weeks. Mrs. Goron accompanied her daughter home or an extended visit. Rudolph Lopez of San Luis Obtspo ias returned home after a week's Islt with his uncle and aunt, Mr. nd Mrs.- .1. P. Flores'-and his son Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.' Musser of the tondo who visited In Richmond a few days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farllnger. returned lome Sunday accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Farllngrer who will make their daughter and family a visit. Mrs. Guy L. Smith and son Earl spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with Miss Nellie Muransky of Reedley. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Corbin and laughter Marie, visited Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Emery Snyder In Fresno. :MoFARLAND, Feb. 16.—Impressive funeral services .were . held j at the Church of. the Brethren for Mrs. Catherine Fry - Wednesday afternoon amid, many lovely flowers which she loved so well.- Mrs. Fry had lived nt MeFarland for the past 22 years and was loved and respected by all who knew her. Her close frlendS'.knew: her always as "Grandma" Fry, for she was ever roady to lend a helping hatid In sickness or In health. ' Mrs. Fry Is'survived by her daughter, Mrs. Jacob 'JNI11, and two grand-sons, Lawrence and Harold Nlll of Mc- Fnrtand, and-- two' brothers, Daniel Bnrto of Iowa and John Bartb -of Maryland. , .' . Catharine Barto Fry was born near Harrlsburr, "Pa., August 1, 1849, and 'died at McFarlanA* February 13, 1938, at the age of S3 years, 6 months and 12 days. She-.was married to Clarence Fry March 4, 1875. Her husband died six years after-their marriage. 1 Mrs. Fry lived in'Pennsylvania until the death of her -husband .when she, with her daughter, went to Mount Morris, 111., wh.ere • she. lived for a nqtnber of years. .She camo to California in 1911 and since that time had lived at MeFarland. , , Until the 'past two years Mrs. Fry was -an ardent- worker In, tho' church nnd Sunday school. She served a number, of years as Sunday school superintendent and taught from the primary to the .adult classes. '. Rev. M. Alva Long preached the sermon. Scripture reading nnd prayer was W.. C. : Hanawnlt, ,Sr., of Bakers'field. A teaUmpniiil ,'and closing prayer was given by ""Rev. Andrew Bllckenstaff. Congregational . songs were led by Mrs. S. • G.'Hollinger, accompanied at the piano-by-Miss'Ethel Moomaw. • .•; ,; ' . . Pallbearers were A. R. Qrobei', Dan Vowman, T. M,. Calvert, Frank,Lehman,'I* E. Hyltoh;and 13.'W. 'Root Interment services were held at Delano cemetery. MOJAV1, Feb.'16.—Mr*. W. O. Davla It giving *em« time to fur. th«r the Interesting of parent* In regard to the trip to-San' Padre to *•• "Old Ironildei.'" The ship will be In harbor, there from February 17 to March 10. The P.'' T. A. It .enthMied about the trip and •- It,planning meant to ralte tome money to attltt the tehool. children at much ..»•» possiblelir taking' tlte trip, The rates are very, low, $1.25, a .round trip for children up to 20 'yean, and 92.60 for adultt, and the Southern Pacific . hat offered a apeelai train to^ carry the"excUr- elonltts to the dock At San Pedro. Every possible -'care will .be taken of the children, without parents to nceompany them. Mrs. I. Blum, president of the P. T. A., ha*' caMed n special meeting for Monday. February 20, at 2:30, at her home, to dltcuns ways and meant. Eastern Star, Group Give* Jolly Party WASCO, Feb. le.J-A'valentlne party was held at .the. Masonic temple on Monday evening for members of the Wasco Eastern-Star after the regular meeting. - Programs for the year had been compiled by the matron, Mrs. Eunice Campbell, and were distributed. The next meeting, on February 27, will be Initiation. Hostesses were Mesdamos Madeline Lyle, Willie Hoover and Eva. Thornburg, who also had charge of the games -and entertainment. ' Herbert Prltschko, patron, presided as toastmaster at the banquet tables. A special table was decorated for members who had birthdays during; January and February; and a large birthday cake was served to the honor guests, ' E Woman's Clubs Entertained at Luncheon Session", Players Lauded V WASOO; Feb."le.-—Mrs. Syjw. Dlclf Inaon, president of!' the 'McFarUin.d Woman's ciub.ltook the leading part in a'one-act play, "Wanted, a Secret' tary," which.' was: written by her daughter, Mrs.' .Betty iTregahls, of Pomona. T^e,iittjle play, was. presented In Wasco Tuesday.afternoon'when'th% me'jnbers b'f the McFarland Club were entertained by ^ the ; 'Wasco Woman's Club'at a covered dish luncheon, . The visitors'furnished part of the program,.which'Included the',play and two flute dittos 'by iMi-s.,Carl Elser,"no- > companled at the pinno by Mrs. Robert Broadwell, Mrs.'J. C. Flnley, Mrs! E. P. Janes and Mrs. Broadwell also had parts In the play arid the McParland Indies were 'highly .complimented for their acting. .,.••... Mrs. B. w: Hornfeld;of the Wasco Club gave'a reading and'Mrs, James Hubbard entertained with .a piano' solo. The visitors were'welcomed by the Wasco -Club preslednt,- Mrs.- Colver Jones, who conducted a short business- session for the ; club. The luncheon was served at tables where the valentine, motif 'prevailed, with centerpieces made of valentine trees. AB6ut''sixty.-were present. The visitors Included- Mesdames T". W. ' Dickinson. E.' P. Janes, Robert. Broadwell, Cnrl Piser, J. W. Reid, Ralph Kern, L. J: Fiala, Ed. Garret. Elmer Lbbre, Frank Carter and J. C. Flnley. The McFarland Club previously entertained the Wasco 1 Club during Jnn- uary at McFnrland and the program was supplied by Wasco talent. NORRIS Feb. 16.—Mrs. R. P. Snow attended the farm home department meeting at the home of Mrs. O. W. Heimforth, Friday afternoon. F. Etcheverry Is seriously ill in a San Francisco hospital.. Troy and Birdie Harbour and Rogrer ?now attended a birthday party given n honor of Tjewia Cross' sixth, birthday. Cake and loe cream and candy were served and each guost was given a valentine favor, Saturday afternoon. The Norrls Fleet Finger 4-H Club leld regular meeting at the home of Virginia and Eva Snow. The committee to entertain for the month of February, announced a valentine party to be given at the home of Mary Louise Robinson, Saturday, February 18. The girls cut out and sewed dresses. Those attending the meeting were Marcellna Yrabarren, . Mary Louise Robinson, Odetta Davin, Marian Rhoden, Virginia and Eva Snow. Lois Klrby spent the week-end with Mr. -and Mrs. C. R. Anderson of Bak- ersfleld. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DRUG SAVINGS We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities Kimball & Stone , Tht Particular Druggists Phone 53 . Phont 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Baktnftdd, Calif. Southeast Corner Nineteenth and Chester Avenue NO SALES TO DEALERS We Are the Authorized Dealers for Currier's Tablets in Bakersfield. CHAPPED ROUGH SKIN •Mkve MreiMtt and alrynen with me •Mllcatton •! M**liMl.Th* Ointment Hut malua shin e«ft and velvety, temple fre* with Shin Treatment kwehkt. Writ* to •teelMl, Department M, •anlmwe, MM. Resinol Outwit the Depression Demand to Know of Our Facilities Cemetery Burial /. $30 Cremation Process 45 Stone or Bronze Marker .../..... 40 Sectional Burial Vault 25 Monument Prices on Request VERY EASY TERMS ALL PRICES INCLUDE PERPETUAL CARE Consult Our Advisory Department Learn How a Desirable Funeral Service May Be . Purchased for as Little as $50 6% INTEREST All Completed "BEFORE NEED" Purchases Will Earn 6% Interest, Payable Quarterly SAFE FOR YOUR SURPLUS FUNDS Bakersfield Memorial Park. Inc. , Main Office—Community Mausoleum Telephone 5032 or 340 Exoluilve Service Repreaentative J. K. McAlpine Land & Development Co., Ltdf Toilet Soaps Regular lOc Per Bar Special Each Jad Salts Regujar 85c 35c Corn. Callous and Bunion Pads With Medicated Disc* 29 c 25c Foenaminl 14c 25c WILLIAMS TALCUMS.. . 12c $1.00 L. B. HAIR OIL. 69c 25c Anacin Tablets 17c 60c CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN. 39 c 50c PINT RUBBING ALCOHOL.. |1.00 ME-BA ALKALINE POWDER..... 69c 60c McCoy's God Liver Oil Extract Tablets 60c ODO-RO-NO. 39 c 50c CLUBGRIP—MAKES'THE SKIN FIRM AND * WHOLESOME $1.00 COD LIVER OH-, "STANDARDIZED".. 75c 50c HALITOSINE. 27 c $1.00 Bottle of 100 5-Grain Aspirin Tablets 49c 25c . Kotex 19c 50c MILK OF MAGNESIA. 29 c $1.00 OVALTINE. 79c 20o ASPIRIN TABLETS, 1-doz. Pkg. 9c 60c Williams Shaving Combination Paekage / Large Size Shaving Cream and 21/i-oz. Aqua Velva 29c 25c Week's Breaks-Cold Tablets 17c 75c Psyllium Seed 1-lb. Package • •' 29c 50c. New Mix Toothpaste 19c 5Qc Borden's 29c ?•*•*•

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