Appeal-Democrat from Marysville, California on February 28, 1934 · 4
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Marysville, California
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Wednesday, February 28, 1934
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APPEAL-DEMOCRAT Maiysvil. Yuba City, California Wednesday, February 28, 1934 FAGE FOUR Clubs and Society News Musical Numbers Feature Program At Art Club Meet Mrs. Ada Jordan Pray, of Durham, northern district conservation chairman, of the division of highways and waterways, spoke Monday afternoon at the Marysville Art club meeting which was presided over by Mrs. Arthur W. Chase. Mrs. G. W. Harney, local conservation chairman, introduced the speaker and at the close of the program, paid tribute to Mrs. Mary Swain, in whose memory members of her family have planted a Sequoia Gigantia, in the clubhouse garden. Mrs. Pray stressed importance of preserving natural beauty in parks, beautification of the highways and abolishing sign boards alnog the public roads. She also played a number of original compositions, and sang original lyrics. One had been written by Miss Thelma Thoming, a former teacher in Marysville union high school. A trumpet solo was played by Miscs Beth Lazear, with Miss Leonor Gray as pianist; piano numbers played by Miss Evelyn Gomes of Lincoln were Preambule from the Sixth Violin Sonata (Bach, Romanza in P Sharp (Shumann) and Valse Arabesque (Lack). Mrs. W. H. De Wayne of Ham-monton, conservation chairman of birds and wild life urged members to press wild flowers for the herbarium, to be cxihifclted at the district and state convention nr.d to observe bird day April 13 and interest themselves in tne John Muir project. Mrs. Carrol Froh.nan it'd the flag salu!:; Mr.?. Pugh M. S my the read the Meditation; Mrs. A. H. Grant gave the secretary's report; Mrs. Chase reported on the garden and Mrs. J E. Strain on the maintenance committee. Mrs. Chase appointed Mesdames John F. Kelly, Mary Flannery and Earl Ramey to col'ect pictures for the plctograf and announced meetings of the book section, March 5; fashion show and card party. March 8; art prograii, Marrh 13 and the request of Mrs. Amer Stolp for additional choral members who must be club members. Miss Margaret Mack, director of emergency relief in Yuba county was introduced. Mrs. Peter J. Delay read the good thought for the day and Mrs. Chase read an original poem, "Because I Grow In Memory, as a tribute to the tree planting in honor of Mrs. Mary Swain. The hospitality committee was composed of Mesdames F. H. Garrison, F. H. Bartlett, Walter Bryant and Edward Matheny. Mrs. Mary Flannery and Mrs. H. B. Marshall presiding at 'the tea table were assisted in serving by Mesdames Clara E. Scott, W. T. Day, J. R. Rudkin, Georgia Greely, Carrol Frohman, ami Miss Hazel Forbes. 1LECT OFFICERS EAST NICOLAI'S, Feb. 28 Grange Home Economics club met at the home of J. T. Glenn Monday afternoon, electing new officers. Phydeli i Wagner, chairman, Eva Jory, secretary, and Bessie Van Dyke, treasuier. After the business session guests were presented plants. Pres mt were Mesdames Wileoxuii, Bessie Van Dyke, Zena Coppin. Zena En-loe, Eva Jory. rimlcha Wagner, Stella Marshall and Lillian Keys RECEIVE SCORE AWARDS SHERIDAN, Feb. 28. -The public whist party, sponsored by the Sheridan Woman's club, Friday evening was attended by 36 play-eis. The door gift was received by Miss Mattie Beilby and score favors were awarded to A. Ristau, Junior Moore, Miss Holland, Mrs. A. Ristau and Mrs. Holllngshead. Mrs. A. Stineman was chairman of the arrangement committee. MRS. BURRIS HOSTESS BROWNS VALLEY, Feb. 28. -Mrs. Ethel Burris entertained Mr. anil Mrs. E. E. Silva, the Misses Virginia, Kathleen and Elvira Silva at dinner Sunday. Other guests at the Burris ranch were: Mr. and Mrs. George W. Swingley, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Folsom, Mrs. Aarona Snell and James Harding. H Schilling N. D. G. W. SOCIAL SUTTER CITY, Feb. 28 The Sutter parlor N. S. G. W. entertained at a party Thursday evening at the lodge hall in honor of South Butte parlor N. D. G. W. Games were played and favors awarded to Errol Summy, Harry Jones jr., Dorothy Emery, Necia Correll, Ethel MtPherrin, Chester Correll, Anita Karstens, Clyde 1 Perry and Matt Phillips. Jn the umbrella race Mrs. Amy j Summy, the Native Daughter en-try, defeated George Correll, Native Son entry. I Taking part in a musical pro-: gram were Floyd Burtis, Claire ' Epperson, Errol Summy, Anita 'Karstens and Robert McPherrin. ) After supper, dancing was enjoyed in the dining room. S. R. McLean, I. E. Farington and Al- bert Thomsen had charge of the . program and Henry Correll was chairman of the supper committee. I MISS SULLIVAN SPEAKER I Miss Esther R. Sullivan, past ' grand president of the N. D. G. W 1 spoke recently at the Chico Art j club, when pioneer day was ob-I served. Miss Sullivan told of the mythi cal story of California, the fabul-; ous Island called Caljtha, supposed to be rich with gold and other val-' liable metals. The founding of San Diego, a sketch of Father 'Junipero Serra, land grants and the history of the northern part of 1 th state, with a mention of Marshall, Sutter and other pioneers ' and endless duties of the pioneer J mothers. Miss Sullivan was accompanied to Chico by Mesdames John L. Sullivan, G. W. Harney and i C. Schofield. - PARTY IN GARDNER HOME Mrs. E. D. Gardner was hostess ; to a group of friends Tuesday in compliment to Mrs. Trusten P. I Coats. Flowering peach ornament-! ed the living rooms and the luneh- eon table was centered with a bowl ;of assorted fruits. Mrs. Roy Bostic I assisted the hostess in serving. I Mrs. Robert E. Anderson and Mrs. J. Wilson McRae received I score favors and Mrs. Coats was 1 presented a gift by the hostess. MUSICAL PROGRAM WHEATLAND. Feb. 28 A mu-I sical program presented at the 'Christian church Sunday evening, I directed by Mrs. P. H. Swetzer, ! consisted of anthems by the choir jai.d solos-by Mrs. Charles Boley, I Mrs. P. H. Swetzer and Lloyd t Nightingale, also a duet by Harold (Beliller, trumpet, and E. Kidder, accordion, with Miss Ruth Akins as accompanist. I I P.-T. A. VAUDEVILLE, MAR. 3. ! DISTRICT TEN. Feb. 28.-A . vaudeville will be presented at 8 p. m. Saturday, at the north ' sheoolhouse, sponsored by the local l Parent -Teachers association, will consist of nine acts, including singing, dancing, clown act, two, one-act plays, and pantomine. Mrs. j Fred Thompson is in charge of the : affair. BRIDGE-DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Lou K. Newfield entertained a dozen friends at a bridge-dinner recently at their j Yulia City home. Daffodils, free-slas and narcissus centered the tallies. I Chester I). Bartlett and Mrs. Edward E. Benlium were awarded score favors During th? evening several piano numbers weie played .by Mrs. Earl Simpkins. I ' REBEKAH LODGE Officers and members of Lilac Rebekah lodge of Meridian have been invited to he guests of Sunflower lodge at a meeting at S p. m. Thursday in I O. O. F. hall. jYuba City. Mrs. Nan Onstott, noble grand, will preside. Plans will be completed for the dinner and public card party March 16 and .initiation on March 15. I FRANK ROWE'S PARTY i BROWNS VALLEY, Feb. 28 -Mrs Ella Hays entertained dinner guests Friday evening in honor of her grandson, Frank Rowe's birthday anniversary. . Present were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Perry, Mrs. Mabel Blodget, Miss I Pauline Rowe, Arman Page and1 Lie guest of honor, Frank Rowe. ! ; LEGION HALL j LINCOLN, Feb. 28. The James. E. Fowler American Legion ball in, celebration of Washington's birthday, Saturday night, was well at-; tended. Music was furnished bv, j Walt Flanders and his orchestra j , and the Legion auxiliary served j supper in the Memorial building, t I O ne of the most useful seasonings on the pantry shelf. For soups, stews, sausage, meat loaf, etc., as well as all poultry and meat dressings Miss Edna Fisher Weds Harry Bruno In Berkeley Church The marriage of Miss Edna Martha Fisher, former resident of Yuba City, and Harry Alexander Bruno, was solemnized February 21 in the chancery of St, Mark's Episcopal church in Berkeley, in the presence of relatives and friends. The bride wore a gown of oyster white crepe with a jacket; she was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Arthur B. McIntyre, as her father was too ill to attend the wedding. Mrs. Fred Kneese (Irma Brand-statt), as matron of honor wore a frock of Schiparelli blue crepe. Philip Wagy of Bakersfield was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno left immediately after the ceremony for a honeymoon trip at Carmel-by-the-Sea. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. De Forest Fisher of Yuba Ciiy. She is a graduate of the high school and was a member of the 1930 class of University of California. She is a member of the Kappa Delta sorority and is now affiliated wth the bank of cooperatives in Berkeley. Bruno is the son of Mrs. Bruno and the late James H. Bruno of Berkeley. He Is a graduate of the University of California college of architecture with the class of 1932 and a member of the Delta Chi fraternity. He is now associate owner and member of the faculty of the White's Berkeley Preparatory school. The couple will re side in Berkeley. HONOR MRS. WILSON LINCOLN, Feb. 28 -A stork shower was given for Mrs. H. E. Wilson at the home of Mrs. Joe Eundschug Saturday afternoon. Friends present to greet the guest of honor were Mesdames Albert Hansen, B. C. Jasperson, Delbert Dowd, Ed Shane, Flora Dalton, C. C. Dalton, Viola Russel, Emma Alspaul, C. Scott, Alma Smith, Edna Gilbert, F. Schmidt, Pauline Pardee, Roscoe Allen, B. Scheiber, J. T. Briggs, F. Heiderick, F. Newcomb; Misses Jessie Hansen, Fern Shane and Grace Bundschug. - WEDDING ANNIVERSARY The 13th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Chester D. Bartlett was the incentive for a bridge-dinner Monday evening, when they entertained 12 guests at their Yuba City home. i Flowering peach ornamented th living rooms and dining table. Bridge score favors were awarded Mr. and Mrs. Lou K. Newfield and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hall. Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Harter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Earl Lane, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Bonham. VADA M ECU M CLUB Vada Mecuin club members met recently with Mr. and Mrs. Erie Carpenter in their home on I street. Mrs. Ralph Bryant and William Monihinella received seore favors. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Hunzeker were non-member guests. Members included were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Carlin, Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. ItHlph Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. William ella. Los Angeles, Feb. 18. Before 75,000 excited race fans, Ford V-8s swept the field capturing the first 10 places in todays 250-mile stock car classic at Municipal Airport Speedway. Of the 5 makes of cars which qualified only Ford V-8s finished. All entrants were certified by A. A. A. Race Committee to he stock cars. Again Ford prove it supremacy! Just a Ford won the Elgin National Stock Car Race so Ford wins the Gold Cup Classic, open to all American stock cars of 300 cubic inch displacement or under. Never before has a stock car been put to a more gruelling test. Two hundred and fifty miles over a rough, twisting Dj-milc course with sharp, flat curses short, uneven straightaways through dust. sand, pebbles, ruts'. A course so hard on car and driver that only Ford and four other makes of stock cars were able to qualify. In winning this race, the Ford withstood the strain and wear equal to thousands of miles of ordinary driving- CALENDAR ? Wednesday i Public card party, sponsored by Franklin Parent-Teacher association, Community hall, 8 p. m. Chop and Chip3," party, sponsored by Pleasant Grove Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, East Nicolaus, 8 p. m. Marysville Parlor Native Daughters of the Golden West, business meeting and history program, Hotel Marysville 8 p. m. Junior collge operetta, Belle of Havana," open to public, Marysville union high school auditorium, 8 p. m. Thursday Marysville Chapter Order of Eastern Star, pot-luck supper 6:30 !p. m. preceding the business, 8 p. ,m. I Sunflower Rebekah lodge I. O. ' O. F. hall, Yuba City, 8 p. m. j Notre Dame college alumnae,-convent hall, 8 p. m. j Judge W. E. Tucker auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Pythian hall, Y'uba City 8 p. m. Presbyterian officers meeting preceded by dinner in church parlors, 6:30 p. m. Tierra Buena Womans club, business and plant sale, In clubhouse, Mrs. Romelsbacher of Meridian, guest speaker, 2 p. m. Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society in church parlors, 2:30 p. m. Soroptimist club, business meet-ling, Asahi Inn, 12:05 p. m. I Special meeting, South Butte parlor, N. D. G. W., Native Daughters hall, 8 p. m. I Literary Guild, home of Mrs. Ralph Robinson, 2 p. m. j General Sutter grange, program and social time, preceded by pot-luck supper, Bogue Country clubhouse, 2:30 p, m. 1 Friday Bishop-Langenbach auxiliary, Veterans of Foregin Wars, Memorial auditorium, 8 p. m. ; ! Public whist party, Loma Rica hall, 8 p. m. I Public card party, sponsored by I Marigold Temple Pythian Sisters ; and Knights of Pythias, Pythian 1 tia.ll, Yuba City, 8 p. m. i j Public card party, sponsored by Arboga Parent-Teacher associa tion, New England union school auditorium, 8 p. m. )J Show and entertainment, spon? (sored by Hailwood Improvement club, school auditorium, 8 p. m. 1 Baptist Missionary society program, home of Mrs. A. Watt, 2:30 I p. m. j i : ! OBSERVE ANNIVERSARIES - TROWBRIDGE, Feb. 28 Mr. 'and Mrs. Henry Jory entertained (friends at a turkey dinner Sunday in observance of the birthday an-Iniversaries of Mrs. Jory and Miss Beryl Williamson. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. (George Jameson and daughter Alberta of Colusa; Mrs. Josie Wil- liamson and daughter Beryl and. 'Mrs. Mary Lee Doux of Sacra-imento; Mr. and Mrs. George Jory ' and A1 Jory of Marysville, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Danforth of East Nico-;laus and Delores Jory. i I DINNER GUESTS I MERIDIAN. Feb. 28 Mr. and I j Mrs. C. H. Thalls entertained as j ! dinner guests Sunday. Mr. and j Mrs. Chester MeVey of Colusa, j ! Mr. and Mrs. Noyd Leonard of i , Yuba Cit" Mr. and Mrs. Earl j i Kay, Fred T. Reische, Miss Ber-j nice Reische and Clifford MeVey. OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY , EAST NICOLAUS, Feb. 28 'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Chapman were honored guests Tuesday evening at 'a dinner at the home of the for-; 1 mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou , 'Chapman, in observance of their J 10th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Sidney Kidder Is Incentive For Social Affairs Mrs. Sidney J. Kidder (Margaret Powell) of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, a former resident who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Albert K. Andross, and family, was honor guest at several informal affairs while here. Mrs. Cline Bull entertained eight guests at a luncheon Friday in Hotel Marysville and in the afternoon Miss Calla Hale invited a few friends to tea in her home on Fourth street. Guests were school friends of Mrs. Kidder. Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Andross entertained informally 30 friends Sunday afternoon in their home at Peaehdale orchard. Mrs. Kidder accompanied her mother, Mrs. David Powell, to Berkeley where she will make a short visit before returning to her home. BOY SCOUT PARTY DISTRICT TEN. Feb. 28 The Boy Scouts "parent night" party was attended by 30 persons. Men from Marysville of Buttes council, who were speakers of the evening, were C. J. Becker, A. Master. and W. Wernex. Becker presented President Roosevelts award to the troop. In a tenderfood ceremony boys accepted were Buster Hollomon, Edgar Brizendir.e, Donovan Kirk-bride and Herbert Vierria. Flag signaling was followed by games and music after which refreshments were served by Boy Scouts and their mothers. DINNER PARTY DISTRICT TEN, Feb. 28 Irwin Moore was honor guest Sunday at a dinner party at Roseville, when his mother, Mrs. Ida Moore, entertained in honor of his birthday anniversary. Present were Irvin Moore and Miss Elaine Barsch of District Ten Miss Velma Anderson of Yuba City, Noble Buse and Evelyn Russel of Sacramento, George Peer, Henry Clancy, Martin Clancy, Mrs. Ida Moore, daughters Erma and Maxine, sons, Earl, Glenwood, Thomas and Edryl, all of Roseville. PUBLIC CARD PARTY MAR. 2 Pythian Sisters and Knights of Pythias of Yuba City, will sponsor a public card party at 8 p. m. March 2, in Pythian hall. Progressive whist and auction bridge will be played and a dozen score favors awarded in addition to an attractive door gift. A small charge for score cards will include refreshments. Committee members are Dick Marlowe, Louis Baker and Ed Ma-louif. FETES BRIDGE CLUB GRIMES, Feb. 28. Mrs. Duncan C. Kilgore entertained members of a bridge club in her home Thursday afternoon. Favors were received by MrS. Carl Youngmark and Miss Evelyn Vale. Others present were Mesdames Asa Kalfsbeek, Jr., Harold Hill, Evelyn Cobb, Herman Kalfsbeek, Herbert Christy, G. G. Vann, Carl Youngmark, George Youngmark, Miss Evelyn Vale and Miss Virginia Leverett and Evelyn Brooks. DINNER GUESTS DISTRICT TEN, Feb. 28 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Beard had as dinner guests Saturday evening Harvey Beard and Weston McNutt of Beikeley. Miss Helen Richardson of Yuba City, Misses Elizabeth and Emily Beard. 1st Ford V-8- STUBBLEFIELD 2nd Ford V-8-AL GORDON 3rd Ford V-8 PETER DePAOLO 4th -Ford V-8-LOU MEYER 5th -Ford V-8 REX MAYS 6th -Ford V-8 TED HORN 7th - Ford V-8 LOUIS TOME! 8th -Ford V-8-. f geo. CONNOR '9th -Ford V-8 AL REINKE 18th -Ford V-8 t SWEDE SMITH ( Last 5 Cara Flagged ) v Winning Time: 4 Hrs., 46 Sec. Average Speed 62.367 MPH proof of i's remarkable power, stamina and safety! Though you may never drive the 80-90 miles per hour the Ford made on the straightaway this available speed assures you years of effortless driving under ordinary conditions. For the Ford V-8 runs at ease and without vibration at 50 and 60 m. p. h. Moreover, this car has extra strength in axles, body, brakes and steering gear. Yet the 1934 -8 costs less to operate than any Ford ever built. Remember, the winning car is identical with the Ford V-8 now on display at every Ford Dealers. See these luxurious new models. Inquire about Ford s exclusivere action on ail four wheels. Then get behind the wheel and enjoy the thrill of driving America's stock car champion J AITHORIZED FORD DEALERS PARTY IN WISE HOME EAST NICOLAUS, Feb. 28 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wise entertained friends Saturday evening at a dinner party and cards. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Heni-y Minden, Mr. and Mrs. John Minden, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Catlett, Mr. and Mrs. Eber Beilby, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jory and Misses Dolores Jory and Gen-ieve Graves. RECEIVE SCORE AWARDS SMARTVILLE, Feb. 28 Sixty-eight players attended the Owls club card party Wednesday evening in the schoolhouse. Leo Stein, Mrs. R. R. Beatty, Mrs. Donald Dutra, Mrs. W. J. Coupe. Mrs. Bill Connelly and Mrs. Leo Stein received score favors, and Mrs. Aurelia Colling the door gift BRIDGE-LUNCHEON SHERIDAN, Feb. 28. Mrs. J. W. Rains and M.s. H. H. Coe entertained at a bridge-luncheon on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Rains. Score favors were award' Mesdames E. E. Fuller, E. H. Duncan and J. Faney. Others present were Mesdames F. B. Lichty, Harold Brown, and Mrs. F. Prather. ENTERTAIN FRIENDS DISTRICT TEN, Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schoof entertained as dinner guests in their home, Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Thome, Mr. and Mrs. George George Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schoof, Esther Ellis, Lois Thompson, Betty June Thomas and Fredrick Schoof. BRIDGE PARTY LINCOLN, Feb. 28 Fred Christiansen was host at a bridge party in his home Thursday evening. Favors were awarded Miss Audrey Wieger and Charles Brockman, preceding serving of refreshments. Other guests were Irene Palo, Kay Huntoon, Verna Fae Vogt, Albert Gulliford and Norval Strang. NOTRE DAME ALUMNAE College of Notre Dame alumnae will meet at 8 p. m. Thursday in the convent hall with Mesdames L. C. Pursell, Harold Gavin, Joe Her-both and Miss Ruth Galligan as hostesses. Mrs. Pearl Webdell, president, will preside. HONORS NIECE Miss Stella Poole was hostess at a pot-luck dinner in honor of her niece, Mrs. Harry McIntosh. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McIntosh and sons, Harry and Chester and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cass. PUBLIC CARD PARTY Progressive Wliist and Auction Bridge Sponsored by K. of P. and Pythian Sisters Pythian Hall FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 8 P. M. ( ash door favor, seore favors and refreshments. Score cards, 35c Velour Pillows Large size lovely velour silk plush top pillows. EXTRA SPECIAL 111 i? Ill ? IK J IK i New! Ladies Skirts Very good looking knit skirt with smart effects in light colors. EX. SPECIAL UNDIES t Ladies heavy quality rayon lace trimmed pan-ties, stepins, etc. vIC SPECIAL Ii1 II i ii KHAKI PANTS Heavy quality well tailored. all sizes. SPECIAl Khaki, Blue Ribboners Their eyes just popping with joy, these five little Chihuahuas seem to know that theyre blue ribbon winners at the Westminister Kennel club show in Madison Square Garden, New York, as Miss Florence Clark of Philadelphia holds them up before the admiring spectators. LITRARY GUILD Green Hell and "Tiger Man by Duguld, will be review by Mrs. ( Kenneth Dempsey at the Literary Guild meeting, 2 p. m. Thursday, when Mrs. Ralph Robinson is hostess. Mrs. Isidor Cheim, manager, will preside. Current topics will : be given by Mrs. Jack Bums. i First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Marysville, Announces Free Lecture on Christian Science by WILLIAM DUNCAN KILPATRICK, C.S.B. of Detroit, Michigan Member of the Board' of Lecturship of THE Mother Church, THE First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 1, 1934 at Eight oclock Y'uba County Junior College Auditorium Seventeenth and B Streets The Public Is Cordially Invited to Attend Tye and Dyes Beautiful pleated tye and dye batiek scarfs. 50 cent value. Cl Extra Special. t FOR Another Shipment! SPRING HATS Ladies new smart wide brim or narrow brim hats in latests models. SPECIAL DRESSES An array of very smart styles for Miss or Matrons with organdy trims, etc. 14 to 53. SPECIAL . smart i COUNTY LEAGUE TO ANTICIPATE FARM TROUBLE VISALIA, Feb. 28, (IP) Authorities of five southern San Joaquin valley counties were banded together today for mutual protection against expected communist-inspired harvest strikes this spring and summer. Meeting here at the invitation of District Attorney W. C, Haight, officials from Tulare, Kern, Kings, Fresno and Madera counties were warned that communists plan to block every harvest in central California this summer, starting with the potato harvest in Kern county and continuing through fruit and cotton harvests. Deputy Sheriff Harry Perry of Tulare county told the group that . southern California communists, who led recent strikes in harvest fields there, already have sent agitators into the valley to foment unrest among the transient laborers who provide most of the valleys harvest hands. Perry, who left here last fall and joined the communists in order to learn their plans, said a campaign of wholesale strikes already was mapped and that the strikes would be called regardless of wage t-fered. Adoption of uniform ordinances . designed to ban strikers cara-i vans" from the highways and to I prevent mobilization of ranchers j vigilance committees" was dis-! cussed. CHAPPED ROUGH SKIN To relieve tlie soreness and dryness and hasten the return of 6kin comfort L ilk. 1 . New spring merchandise are arriving daily and await your inspection at oitr low everyday prices. Come and visit us. SLIPPERS Ladies rcg. 50c slippers with or without heels in good quality leath- Q otte. This Wk. only SPECIAL, PAIR. New Spring Blouses L a d i e s ex-Ladies extremely smart organdy and batiste blouses with neat trims SPECIAL 39c & $1 Mens Shirts Dollar values! Genuine broadcloths, all color, pre-shrunk collar. H to 17. I SPECIAL K Mens Sweaters Pure brush wool '-.leeveless slipon sweaters in light tones. SPECIAL Poultry Seasoning iTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTG Before you buy any car... at any price... Drive the new FORD V-8 for 1 934 208 D Street Marysville Qg xsrfp

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