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THE BAKEHSF1ELL) CALIFOKN1AN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1936 N ITTY 111 Several Features on Sunday Services Arranged for Delano Churchgoers (BtecM t6 The CalifortHan) DELANO, AUK. 29.—The Reverend Samuel H. Robertson and Mrs. Robertson of the Full Gospel Church will preach their farewell sermons on Sunday prior to their departure on Tuesday for their new parish at Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. Robertson will preach at the 11 o'clock morning '".service, using an her subject, "Bo »Yo Steadfast and immovable." The Reverend Mr. Robertson will preach at the evening service from the subject, "The End of a Wasted Life." The Reverend C. A. Good of Imperial valley has been chosen by the congregation to succeed the Reverend Mr. Robertson. At the Baptist Church in the absence of the pastor, the Reverend C. E. Flanagln, the Reverend L. L. Coombs of McFarland, former pastor of tho' Christian denomination, will fill the pulpit at the 11 o'clock morning worship service. There will be no evening service. Sunday school will be as usual at 10 o'clock and Young People's meeting at 7 o'clock. At the Community Methodist Church the pastor, the Reverend Clarence Wagner, will preach at morning and evening services. At the 11 o'clock morning service he will use as his subject, "The High - Us* of Adversity." The chorus choir will sing a special anthem. At tho S o'clock evening service the sermon subject will be "Love Manifest In t the Universe." He will answer three questions at this service, "Is God limited? Is democracy possible in Industry? What magazine do you like most?" Sunday school will be at • 9:50 o'clock and Epworth League at 7 o'clock. * i > Delano Ladies at Election Meeting DELANO, Aug. 29.—Election of officers was the main Item of business of the Ladles Aid Society of the Community Methodist church, when it met during the afternoon session of the Woman's Council on Thursday, when tho all-day meeting was held In the church social hall. All officers of tho society were reelected and include, Mrs. Hen C. Shearer, president; Mrs. E. M. Smith, vice-president; Mrs. A. Jj. Smith, treasurer, and Mrs. John M. Kyto, secretary. Plans for September activities were outlined. The .meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society was held during tho morning. Mrs. A. II. Davidson, president, read letters from Miss Edna Holder of India. Mite boxes were opened. Mrs. E. M. Smith led the devotional!) from the subject, "The Word Is Powerful." • *-^» TAFT MAN MANAGER TAFT, Aug. 20. — Walter F. Klaese, until recently steward of tho Taft Elks Club, is now manager of the El Adobe Motor Hotel, located two miles south of Bakersfleld on U. S. Highway 99 and recently opened. The new establishment is owned by G. Restltuto and is equipped with fine cottages, hotel rooms, a coffee shop, cocktail lounge and fountain service. Tree Within Wheel Tire at Kernville Excites Comment l to The Caltfornian) K ERNVILLE, Aug. 29.— Beside ancient apple trees which mark tho site of the old Evans sawmill on Greenhorn mountain, a 40-foot cedar has grown within tho rigid circle of a heavy iron block wheel tire from an ox-drawn logging wagon used by John Neil in his youth when ho operated Kern county's oldest lumber mill. This pioneer ot tho Kern river area now leads a quiet lifo in the colonial atmospheCe of the homo on his South Fork valley ranch. His memories of Kern county go back 63 years to tho day when the railroad first struck Bakersfleld. In fact, ho said, his first job after reaching the Kern from his birthplace on Prince Edward island was to unload a steam engine shipped to Bakersfleld for the Kern County Land Company, which was then Just starting operations. In the interim John Nell 1ms led an active life, adding- materially to the advancement and tradition of his chosen community. In 1875, he went to work for R. H. Evans, who established tho Evans mill to meet the demand for timbers and building materials at the Big Bluo mlno. Logging operations in that non- mechanical era called for physical strength of oxen and men and It Is a matter of local legend that John Nell, a huge man with the hands of a giant, performed prodigious feats of strength in tho course of his dally duties. During his early years on Greenhorn mountain ho recalls see- Ing -a large encampment ot Indians in Wagy Flat, whero they lived, unaffected as yet by tho white man, In their ancestral tepees. Ho witnessed the founding of the first school at tho site ot tho old Palmer ranch, Mr. Nell was one of the first contractors to start construction ot tho road which was to become the Kern canyon highway. Ho is rather amused to rfcall that, in 1995, the county set aside the sum of $80,000 to finance construction of the road from Bakerst'leld to Kernville. Tn later years ho purchased the Scovern Hot Springs property, which he sold when he moved to his present home. During a recent interview ho said, "I'll bet people wonder how that heavy block wheel tire was placed around the butt ot that cedar tree at the old Evans mill. It Is no mystery to me, however. I have watched that tree grow from a seedling. It servos to remind mo that, after all, life Is long and eventful." McFarland Personal Notes McFARLAND, Aug. , 29. — Mesdames Albert Davis and C. D. White passed Thursday In Bakersfleld on business and pleasure. Guests in the country homo of Mrs. Tlnna Gobel were her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gallahor of Fresno. They also visited with their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Conner Gobel, and with other relatives, including Mr. and Mrs. M. O. McGee and family. Miss Doris Garzoli has returned from Tularo, whero she visited for several days with friends. Miss Elsie May Slade, eighth grade teacher at the grammar school, who has passed the summer in Oregon and Washington, will return hero September 1. While In Washington she was the guest of her brother, George Slade, and In Oregon with her sister. Mrs. Minnie Minno. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dickinson passed Sunday at Alta Sierra. Mrs. M. Y. Cavanagh has returned from Santa Cruz, whero she passed six weeks teaching in Miss Swopes' summer school. She was accompanied home by Mr. Cavanagh, who passed the woek end there. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Whlto and their three daughters returned Saturday night from Texas, where they enjoyed a three weeks' vacation. They were accompanied home by Lloyd Herring, who will go on to his home at VIsalla. Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. W. S. Powell, who accompanied them south, remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. RoyPlcw entertained at their country homo for a party of relatives and friends at an ice cream supper Sunday night. Included on the guest list were tho hostess father, E. B. Thorp, and tho host's brother, Ray Ploy, who aro visiting hero from Texas. Also Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Davis and the latter's brother, and Mr. and Mrs. Emmott Brown. Mrs. H. B. Roome visited Tuesday afternoon with her father, J. A. Oreen, who Is very ill at the Kern General Hospital. He was accompanied there Saturday by Mrs. Green from,their homo at Kernville after his condition crew much worse. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor enter- this was Virginia Bent's advice to Judith Howard. Happily married herself f Virginia couldn't see matrimony for her best friend. a new serial . . . TCDAT Beginning Saturday, September 5, in Itafceftftelfc tnlned at dinner Tuesday night at their First street lipino for tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Taylor of the Lighthouse Service Station near Famosa. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Heard have returned from Glendalo and Los Angeles, where Mrs. Heard underwent treatment for her failing eyesight. Included in tho treatment was the extraction of several teeth, which improved her condition materially. Their grandson, Leo Stiles of Los Angeles, accompanied thorn hero and will be their guest for several dajrs. Ho will also visit his grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Stiles. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ratekln, their daughters Joyco and Rosalie and their granddaughter, OeraJdlne Ratekin, returned Monday night from a few days' stay at Morro Bay and Cuyucod. While at the Beach cities Mr. aRtekln enjoyed a deep sea fishing trip, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest F. Warren, executives ot tho McFarland Telephone Exchange, were In Los Angeles on business and pleasure today. While in the south thoy visited for a short time with Mrs. Warren's sister, Miss Vallerjl Green. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Grober entertained at dinner Sunday honoring the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew BHckenstaff. Also the hostess' brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Root and children, Miss Charlotte, Robert, Herbert and Lois. • • » Wasco Teacher Is Wed, Bakersfield WASCO. 29.—The announcement was made recently of the marriage ot Isabel Hull, teacher In the Waaco Elementary School, to Walter Burl Fisher on August 1C in Bakersfield at the Christian Church by Reverend Charles H. Hulme. The young couple Is at present on i, wedding trip to Oregon anil Washington. They will return to Wasco to reside at tho Alamo Court. Mrs. Fisher will teach again this year in the Wasco schools, Mr. Fisher is the son. of Mr. and Mrs. D. A, Fisher and Is associated with his father In the dairy business. *-•-• PARTY FOR CLASS WASCO, Aug. 29.—The Bible class of the Methodist Church will hold their regular monthly party Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock on the parsonage lawn. The party was changed from Tuesday to Wednesday on account of the community meeting to be held at the elementary school Tuesday night. Luncheon Planned by Wasco People WASCO, Aug. 29.—Tho summer luncheons given by tho members of the Ladles' Aid of tho Methodist Church have boon well attended and very popular and following tho luncheon given Thursday at tho church another one was planned for Wednesday, September 18. Mrs. Ed- Win Booth and her group served tho luncheon Thursday. Mrs. M, R. Charles conduulod tho business session of tho aid at thn parsonage following tho luncheon. Tho ladles have superintended tho redocoratlon of the parsonngo tills summer. Tho next meeting of tho aid is to bo at tho home of Mrs. Joo Altrlnger in two wooks on Wednesday. Those who attended the meeting this week wero Mcsdames A. B. Bockes, Joe Altrlnger, Kdwln Booth, M. M. Bridges, M. H. Charles, S. .1. Dement, K. H. Elmos, H. A. Old- dings, Mary tlrant, L. A. Grant, M. Jackott, \V. O. McCombs, A. C. Mucklln, Ben Starr, S, C. Helmet'- for, R. B, Whitney, Charlotlo Jack- ott, J. Krausse and Miss Myrtlo Boolh. secretary. * WASCO WASCO, Aug. 29.-—Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Harrington and sons- havo returned to Wasco aftor spending the summer at Oakland nnd Ocoano with their parents. Mr. Harrington Is a member ot tho Wasco High School faculty. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scaronl and children left Wednesday for Santa Cruz for a vacation with relatives ot Mr. Scaronl. W. O. Lawrence was painfully injured when ho foil from a truck on which he was riding to work on the pipe line. The injured man suffered head injuries as well as body bruises und was brought to a local physician for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Homtcld and son Louis, Charles wero recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Sorter and Mr. and Mrs. M. Sorter of Tulare and the three families spent a day picnicking at Mooney's drove. Miss Laura Ann Blankenshlp and Miss Mary Katherlne Feist of Covlna wero also guests on tho trip wllli Mr. and Mrs. Homfeld. Humphrey Jones has returned from a motor trip into Oregon where he was a guest ot relatives the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Keeker and Mr. and Mrs. John Ruettgers nro expected to return soon from a motor trip to Oregon, Washington and Canada. Mrs. William Hart and son Blllle are In tho cant where thoy arc with relatives ot Mrs. Hart In Wisconsin. Thoy havo been away a month and will return before school begins. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Ebel and daughters, Misses Violet and Gladys, left Friday morning of this week for Antioch where they wllr visit Afr. Ebel's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ebel.. Miss Mary Katherlne Foist of Co- vlnn. who has been a guest in tho B. W. Homfeld home the past five weeks, has returned to her home. Mrs. Milton Lohr, Mrs. John Vrba and Mrs. A. D. Fry arc passing sev oral days In Los Angeles this week. Mr. and 1nr». Morris Pomernntz nre away on their vacation, which they are passing In Los Angeles. •>•» Glennville Guests at Birthday Party GLENNVILLE, Aug. 29.—A birthday surprise party was given In honor of Harold Cantleberry and Mabel Maddux on Wednesday evening at the home of Paul Gammons. Cake and punch was served by tho hostesses, Miss Mary Martin and Elsie Cantleberry. Those attending were Mabel Maddux, Elsie Cantleberry, Barbara and Marjorio Snider, Marie Rook, Helen Clark, Ellen Record, Ivy Burnsfleld, Jewell Pascoe. Mary Martin, Harold Cantleberry, Olenn and Rex Record, Fred Hook- ett, Eugene Cantleberry, Fred liar mon, Charles and Rex Connor, Ted Fields, Leroy and Donald Martin, Rex Peterson, Ho\vard Maddux, Robert Anderson and Paul Gammons.. Wasco Bond Issue Topic of Meeting Planned Tuesday) (Npcrinl ta The. CaHfarnlanl WASCO, Aug. 29.—To discuss the approaching $90,000 bond election for u newer system in Wasco, and also to rllsoiins candidates for the position of constable in Wasco to replace the late Joe English, u iniisH meeting of tltc citix.cnH of Wasco IN called for next Tuesday night at (he elementary school auditorium at. 7:30 o'clock. The bond election hns been set for September in and the need for the sewage system and nil questions pertaining to the bond issue will be discussed by the board of directors of the Wasco Utility District. Several candidates have announced that they would like to have the position of constable and these candidates will have an opportunity to declare themselves. Wedding Announced for Shatter Pair 8JJAFTBR, Aug. 29 .— Mr. and Mrs. .Jueob Dlrkson havo announced wedding plans which will unite Rn- clip] Ulrkson, their daughter ami Derwln Morris. Both of tho young peoplo arc residents of Shatter. Tho ceremony will bo held In the Seventh-Day Adventlsl Church September 10, according to the announcement. Following the wedding 350 giiCBts will bo entertained In a reception In the Woman's Club house. • *-«-». I ^UUITVALK, Aug. 20.—With tho purrhnso of a now bus nnd over- imullng of Iho school's wator system, VniHteoH Shollabiirgnr, Cowan iiud Owens of tho Krultvalo grammar school havo completed preliminary work for opening of school Monday, September 14. Tho old bus proved nudeqttato last term, making necessary tho purchase of n. now one. An •von larger enrollment is expected tho coming year but tho now bus, with a seating capacity of 80, Is ox- icctod to solve tho transportation iroblom. Whoro formnrly several ;rlps had to bo made this year one Irlp should prove nmplo, thus permitting a tnora rapid assembly of Iho school. Tho leaching slaff will bo tho lomn n.s last year. Mrs. Marjorlo Stockton will again servo as principal and will loach Iho seventh and 'Ighth grades, Miss Mario Kranko ho fifth ami sixth, MTH. Fun-icon Kloman tho third nnd fourth nnd GLENNVILLE GL13NNILL12, Aug. 30.—A community sing will bo hold at tho homo of Paul Gammon on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Everyone is cordially Invited. Percy Robertson nnd daughter Maud ot Bakersfleld spent Wednesday at tho homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Maddux were Mr. and Mrs 1 . Ray Green, Mrs. Mary Preston and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hook. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hughes woro business visitors In Bakersfleld on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ames returned to Cllonnvlllo on Monday after spending several weeks at tho coast. Their many friends will bo sorry to hear they aro planning to mako their future homo at Ciiyucos. Mrs. Bunion Martin and daughter Mary havo returned from an extended vacation spent at San Luis Oblnpo. Fruitvale School Prepares for Beginning of Semester In Thn C'alf/nriHnn I Mrs. Virginia Walt tho first nml second. Miss Frnnkn will tiilto euro of tho music Instruction while Mrs. Klomnn will supervise the nrt work. Klmor ISmermm will again ho building custodian and bus driver. Mrs. Kmorson will ho back In hor plane In charge ot the school cafeteria. Tn former years Ihn cafeteria hns not been opened until the second week ot tho school tnrm. This year It hns been decided to open Urn lunchroom on opening day ot tho torm. Tho series of card parties held Insl year for tho benefit of tho school'» welfare fund proved so successful, and onjoyublo last year that another series has been decided upon for thn coming year, Tho parties will bo hold monthly with tho first scheduled to bo held late In September, tho oxac.t ilalo to bo announced later. Mos- clntnes Marshall Cowan and Robert Hooth const Ituto tho committee in chargo of tho first party. Moja ve Ladies Aid Gathers at Home for Fall Election M (Special la Tho CaHfornlan} OJAVU, Aug. 29.—On Thursday afternoon tho members of tho Mojavo Ladles' Aid gathered at the homo of Vlco-1'rosldent Mrs. Hhor- mnn Bwlng for election of officer* and a social tltno. Twenty-nine members wore present. The nominating committee presented tho slato and the following officers wero soloctocl to servo In the offices for tho ensuing term: President, Mrs. Ewlng; vice-president, Mrs. Lloyd Helium; secretary, Mrs. O. R. Crano; treasurer, Mrs. George W. Everett. I'lans wero made for a food sale to bo given on Saturday morning, September 12. Mra. Pearl Beano is tho chairman of tho committee, Mrs. J, Ivan Harbison road as the scripture lesson tho twelfth chapter of Romans. Mrs. Sarah White gave the devotionals. During tho social hour Mrs, Fredrick L. Dtimicll gave two readings entitled "An old Wooden Tub," by Edgar A. Guest, and "Hor Folks and UlH'ii," by Ben King. Refreshments wero served by tho following committee: Mesclames S. Ewlng, Cloorgo Wright, W. H. Kennedy, Eel Stroby nnd Walter Batey. Members present wero: Mcsdames Sherman Ewlng, Walter Batey, Lloyd Sellars, John White, W. II. Kennedy, Ed Streby; M. Babor, Ray J. McFarlanc, Hans Vlsser, O. R. Crane, J. Ivan Harbison, Pearl Beano, C. M. Chancy, John T. NOW' som Sr., Sarah White, Fredrick L. Ounnell, Jack Hand, W. W. Meadows, W Longwoll, A. A. Houck, O. 11. Tyler, Fred Parr, Jack Crosloy, Ellen R. Planck, Paul Blswoll, S. J. Bryant, Robert Eastonvood and Harry Cain, and Miss Laura Juno Chancy. FAREWELL PARTY HELDALDELANO Mrs. Snmncl Robertson Honor GucsI by Kern Unit of W. C. T. U. Friday IHpralal to The CaHfornlan) DIOLANO, Aug. 29.—Mrs. Samuel IT. Robertson was complimented on Friday afternoon nt a farewell party by members of tho Dolano unit of tho W. C. T. U, prior to hor departure tor Tucson, Arl/.., whero with tho Rovorend Mr. Robertson sho will enter upon work with the Full Oospcl Church. Tho party waa held nt the homo of Mra. Frank J, Coddlngton. A brief program wan given which Included a poem by Mrs. Minnie D. Smith and a poom, "Mlzpah," by Miss Marian Chung. Mrs. Robert" son waa presented with a gift as a lokon of the appreciation of the organization for hor fellowship and leadership as evangelistic director. Mrs. H. H. McClecs presented tha gift. Mrs. Robertson responded, telling of her appreciation of the fellowship enjoyed with the members. Refreshment)! wero servd, , Enjoying tho afternoon with Mrs. Robertson were Mlsa Marian Chung, Mcsdamoa Hugh P. Burum of Richgrove, Ola Sloason, "William C. Brunner, William I. Allen, William Pipkin. Minnie D. Smith, Edward M. Smith, Lucy Doraey, Thomas E. Fontreas, H, S. McClees and Frank J. Coddington. The Reverend Mr. Robertson, Mrs. Robertson and their son, Kenneth and daughter, Ernestine, leave on Tuesday for their new home at Tucson. Highland Park Delano Residents in News DELANO, Aug. 29.—Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Wankum arc announcing tho arrival ot tliolr first child, a nine-pound baby daughter, on AUK- list 25, at the hospital whero mother and daughter arc doing nicely. The little girl has been named Rosemary. Mrs. Wankum will bo remembered as Miss Luclle Rounthwiilte, youngest daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rounthwalle of the Jasmine district. Friends of Mrs. Frank Salsa Sr. aro sorry to learn of hor serious Illness in the local hospital. J. J. Outright of Bakersfleld was a business visitor In town on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haag and their daughter Cnrlotta and son Nelson returned Wednesday night from a IB-day motor trip which took thorn to HouHton, Texas, and Galveston. where they visited with sisters ot Mr. Haag, and to Dallas where they enjoyed tho Texas Cunleiinlul. They also motored to Oklahoma where another sister of Mr. llaiiff wn« vlsltod and to Holton, Kansas, whore ho vlsltod with his mother and relatives of Mrs. Haag. On the return SUNDAY SERVICES IN LOCAL CHURCHES First Church of Christ, Scientist Eighteenth and C Streets Klrst Church of Christ, Sclent 1st, of Bakersfleld, a branch of Tho Mother Church, Tho First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Mass., conducts Sunday services at 11 a. in. Sunday evening; services at 8 resumed In Sep- temher. The Wednesday evening inncting at S o'clock includes testimonies of healing In Christian Science. Sundiiy school convenes at H:30 Sunday mornings for pupils up to tho age of 20 and at It o'clock for pupils under 12. Tho public Is Invited to enjoy privileges of tho reading room maintained by HIP church nt C Haberfpldc Arcade, open daily except Sundays, Wednesdays and holidays, from 9 a. in. until 9 p. m., closing Wednesdays at 7 P. in.: open on holldayo and .Sundays from 2 until 4 p. in. The suhjoct for next Sunday's lesson-sermon is: "Christ Jesus." First Methodist—First liuplisl Lnion Serviced ^,Dr. B. C. Barrett, Paotor Sunday .School, f>:30 a. in. Morning Horvloo, 11:00 o'clock. First Baptist Church Auditorium. Sermon. Subject as announced: "Has tlio Modern World Outsrovvn Christianity?" Eve- nhiR service, 8:00 o'clock. First Methodist Church Lawn. Sermon. Subject ns announced: "The Raven Kx- press." St. Paul's Church (Protestant Episcopal) Corner Seventeenth and I Streets Rev. William TO. Patrick, Pastor Services are omitted during the pastor's vacation, to be resumed Sunday, September 13. In case of emergency, notify the Hov. Frederick D. Graves, caro of Bishop Stanford's office, 1209 N street, Fresno. Calvary Baptist Church Corner of Nlles and Kern Streets Albert T. Douglass, Pastor .Sunday school, 9:30 to J0:30 a. in. Morning service, 10:30 to 11:30 a. in. Theme: "Confirming the Witness of ChclMt by Conformity to the (,'om- niiindK of God." Kvfjnlng service, fi:00 p. m. We shall again worship in the Jefferson Park at the Greek theater. Church of The Brethren Palm and A Streets l^eoimrd Blrkln, Pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a m. Snpt Mrn. Myrtle Fox. Morning se-.'vlce 11:00 o'clock. Sermon, "Kiihstltulo Christmas." Text, Mult. 6:13 . and I.nlte 1-1:34,.15, "Ye Are thn Salt of Hie K'artli." "Tie that hath ears to hear, let him hear." Kvcnliig service, 7:4."i o'clock. Sermon by Brother Joo Walton, "Out of the Ashes." Text: Matthew 10:24,25. Remarks: Song snrvlco commences at (I;4D p. in. Group meetings, 7:00 to 7:45. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. St. John's Lutheran Church Corner Twentieth and C Streets Ijouis A. Kueffner, Pastor No .services Sunday. Tho pastor Is on his animal vacation. Reopening of the. Sunday school and regular church services will take place the first Sunday In September. The Wallher T.eaKuo Soeloty will have a regular bn.slnoHS meellnff Wednesday. September 2, at 8:00 p. in., In the purlsh hall, Twentieth and C streets. Klrsl Christ Ian Church , Sixtoenth nnd 1 .Streets Charles H. Hulme, Minister Uible School at 9:43. Sermon and Communion at 10:«. Sermon: "Thu Power of Preaching the GoMpel." Seven Christian Kjideavor .Societies at 7:00. Evening service at 8:00. S«rmon: "A "Visit With Jeans." Tho adult Christian Endeavor Society Is the Sunday night choir. Mount Pleasant Baptist South Haley and Do Wolf Ilev. K. F. Felix, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45. Brother C. Jlailey, miperlntendtnt. Morning service, u o'clock. Evening service, 8:00 o'clock. J). V. P. U., 7:00 o'clock. Sinter ;. Mean, President. Remarks: The executive board of the California Baptist State Convention closed Friday nltflit, AuiruHt 21, with a record attendance of COO. Rev. R. H. Porter of Ixis Angeles IH the prenl- The laying of the cornerstone will bo hold Sunday at 2:30 p. m The iniHKionary society will have, a program in the morning. First Presbyterian Church Corner Seventeenth and H Streets Hev. .lohn Murdoch, Pastor Sunday School, 10:15 to 10:50 a in. Summer schedule. Morning nervlcc, Jl:00 o'clock. Theme, "Knowing God Today." Text: P«alin a-10. fifth In a series on hearing God's voice today based on the general t«xt. "Today if Ye will Hear Ills Voice" lie- brews 3-7. C. E. Societies, li:80 p in. No church evening service during August. Olltlulc Community Cliurrh l^incoln and California Streets Rnv. Cyril M. Hicks, Pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a. in. Classen for nil HKPK. KvcnlnK service S-W) o'clock, "The Army of God." Text, I.uke 10:1, "After these things the Lord appointed other seventy also and sent them." Mission of Love Spirit iiulfHt Kern Street, between California ami (eleventh Street Henrietta Mlxon.iMinister Kvenlng sorvlco, 7:1)0 o'clock Song .services, 8:00 o'clock. Itlble rending, followed by Divine Healing and Frmi AfcNtHigeM. Them will Ije no NcrvlcuN next Sunday night. Mrs. Mlxon will be In Oakland and Kan Francisco, at fjr. Moon Church, next week. to California thoy stopped off at the ftruncl Canyon and vlsllod points of interest in Arizona. Mrs. Francos Oliver was a Wednesday afternoon business visitor In Bakei'Bflold, where she Interviewed hor the superior. Miss Hetty l^owo, WPA recreational project which Mrs. Oliver Is In charge hore. .John o. Kblno nnd his son Wilbur have returned from Los An«elos and vicinity whore thoy enjoyed a deep sou fishing trip with their son and brother. Oscar Shlno. Tho Reverend William ISckly. former pastor of tho local Community Methodist Church, accompanied by Mrs. Kddy, both of La Verne, nnd by Mrs. ISddy's father, C. E. Bollnger, of Hollywood, transacted business In town and vlsltod with friends on Wednesday afternoon. Dr. Thomas L. Moohan, Mrs. Median and their daughter Mildred Ann have returned from a vacation of several days ut Plsmo Beach. The Reverend Edward D. C.oodoII, Mrs. (loodell and tholr son Merrill of Lynwood have returned to tholr homo after a two-day sojourn horo as guests of local friends. Tho Reverend Mr. Uoodell led the fellowship meet Ing on Tuesday night at Community Methodist Church of which ho Is a former pastor, and at tho close of tho meeting an Informal reception was held for tho family. William I. Alien spent Wednesday at Bukersfleld on liusi- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Driver had as afternoon ness. their Sunday all-day guests. Airs. Driver's brother, Harold Ilonsley, and Airs. Hensley of Fresno. Mrs. Lorna Ammons spent Wed- liPHdny In Hakersfleld as (ho guest of her daughter. Airs. II. L. Koy, and her son. Samuel Ammoiis. ' Mr. and Airs. Clarence .1. ROUPB ' S' VPr HIGHLAND PARK, Aug. 29.— Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dlckerson havo returned from a several weck»' camp- Ins; and motoring trip during which they visited Yosemlte. Lake Tahoe, Reno and Carson City,. Nov. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Frehnor and daughter Shirley have moved from Lns VoKna to 409 Francis stroot, Mr. Frohnor Is an employe oC tho Standard OH Company. Mrs. A. H. tllatitz and infant daughter of Solma are visiting at tho home of Mrs. Uhuit/.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Chlttlm. Mrs.' Vevn Kirk patrlck and gdhs Loliind and Billy have returned from o vacation spent at Sequoia National Park. Miss Beatrice Hawthorne returned from Cayucas and left for Los Angeles where she Is visiting friends. Mr. and Mra, O, L. May nnd daughter, Dorothy, and Johnnie Simons went to Stockton on a fishing trip lust wook, where they mot Mr. and Mrs. Simons and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hess and all returned to Bakersfield together. to Stockton on a fishing trip lost Week whoro they met Mr. and Mrs. Simons and Mr. and Mrs. W. R, lloss and all returned to Bukoroflcld together. Mr, and Mrs. F. B. Young and daughter havo returned from three wooks spent at Alta Sierra. Corporal Samuel A. Walto ot Fort Bliss, Texas, is spending a two months' furlough at the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Russol Helndrlch of Missouri aro spending a month at the home of Mrs. Helndrich'R elator and brolher-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. lllnsor. Clarence Johnson ot Whlttlor Is visiting nt tho home, ot his sister ond brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 13. W. Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Barnes aro spending the week end visiting relatives at San Bernardino. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kabcs have returned from u two wooks' vacation trip during which they attended the American Legion convention at Hollywood and visited relatives and friends at Long Boach, Fullerton and Juan Camarillo, Pioneer, Is Dead (.iaiaolatcd Preii Leaied Wire) VENTURA, Aug. 20. — Juan Camartllo, Ventura county pioneer, bequeathed thft. mission Ban Buenaventura 103 acres of hi* Rancho Calleguas In a will on tile for probate here today. Camarilla's brother Adolph, was) given an undivided half Interest in tho Rancho; the Franciscan fathers received tho Mary Mbgdalene chapel, built by the pioneer; and th« Pleasant Valley Baptist church was bequeathed $6,000. ITi HERE Los Angeles. O. J. Barnes and three children nnd Mrs. Lucy Barnes havo returned from a two weeks' vacation spent at Huntlngton Lake, Yosomlto and San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hinylhe nnd son .John hnvo returned from n vacation spent near Juno Lakes and also at I'Ycsnti panted homo They were acoom by Mr. S'mythc's nephew, Richard Smythe of Fresno, who Is spending a week here. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln Kelly are the proud, .narents ot a hahy girl born Tuesday at the Krlese Maternity Homo. Air. and Mrs. 13. O. Bradford and family have moved from tho Korn „„ „„„„ „ , Olds to the hotiso at 115 are enjoying this week on a vuca- '' ''""i''" "'''''''' which Ilipy purchased. Mrs. Norm/in HohuUz aorompnnlivl by her grandson. Hnlilile Clllbert. has I'M uniod homo from a vuciitlun of Severn I wr-i-ks which was enjoyc-d at Greenhorn Mountain Purk. .Mr. iinil Mrs. II. Grant am! thdi- son ,Iiic|< Imve i- ( ,uirned here to live ! alter a two yetiiV resident In Van' Church of t'hrUt Steventecnth and (! Kaiile'N Hall Hllde School, 10:00 n. in. Prca'chlnK, 11:00 a. in. ('omimiiiloii, 1I;4S a in levelling Hi'i-vlcpH will lie held In opnn nil- at HID Kern street, EuM HaluTH- flold. J. David Taylor prcacliliiK. and fi. M. Taylor leading Hie. K(IIR|IIK. aubjeut: "Why Preach the Word?" Gospel (jleimers' .Mission 1304 VlrKliila Strout One-half Block North of Nllu Street KRHI HakiTHflHil C. I). Hvvnunr, 1'uwtor Sunday School, (1:45. MurnliiK worship, 11:00. KvuiiKullHtlu Hervlci.., 7:30. TiiBBduy, 7:30. Tliurwdity, 7:30. Outdoor HITV|I:CS, Kumlny moi-nlni; hroadcuxt over radio station WGXAI 8:30 to !):00 o'clock. I Howard McCawlov. son of Mr and I Mrs. Samuel T. Alci'awley, who I* it co-pilot Cor the American Airways i has been transferred from (ilen- [dale to Kori Worth Texas, and Is j flying IjL-twceu Dallas and Kl Paso, ! I CXaH. -Mrs. .1. lif-rly Nicely and her daughters, ('alherlm; and Martha • have returned from a brief outing j at Hot Springs. , Fred Olson of tin. Apex Termite Control Company, was a Thursday business visitor In town. -Mr. and Mrs. Foster Doty, their daughter Hetty, and their sons Jack and Robert, aro enjoying a vacation ot several weeks at thc-lr cottage, at Hot .Springs. Mrs. W,-m| Rnbr'rtNOii. artrmipan- led by her ulster. Airs. James Uiirum of Klcherovo, havo returned from Scijuola National Park where they spent tho summer. Air. Burnm motored to tho park to accompany them home. AIlss ICmily Robinson has returned from Fresno whero sho spoilt last woek visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Airs. Hy Grant and their BOII Jack spent Wednesday at Weidon visiting with Airs. (Jrant's parents and other relatives. Mrs. i'. It, Driver has returned to her home at Dlnuba after a visit of several days with her family son Paul and FOR 1937 AMERICA'S MOST COPIED RADIO Again A FEATURES YOU NEVER SAW O R HEARD RE- FORE ON ANY RADIO $29.95 $750.00 Come into our store and look over these new Zeniths. An unbelievable number of models to choose from. Prices so moderate, you will wonder how a manufacturer with * 20-year reputation for making $2,500 radios can do it Air. Bradford Is superintendent of tho Western Crudo Oil Companv. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Williams and daughter Tesslo havo returned from n trip lo .Missouri and Texas where they visited tho centennial exposition. They wero accompanied home by .Mrs. Williams' IZ-yeiir-old nephew. Ted Kanoy of Mount Pleas j lint. Texas, who will make his home with Air. and Mrs. Williams. Mr. nnd Airs. J. W. Bamford of Los Angeles, who from a Irlp lo ('am guests of Mr. and Airs. Charles CUH- tello, Air. and Airs. 7. Lelmliach and granddn lighter ./nnlce spent la.^t , week nt Plsmo. Mr. Lclmlmdi en- ' jc.yi-d n deep sen fishing trip whllo '• lit the coast. | .Mr. and Mrs. Chris L. Smith havo ..... returned from u week's vacation ! 2015 H Street Phtn* 2114 siio'it at Sequoia and Grant National ! Our Experience Aisures Your parks. I AIlss Mary Page of Inittoiiwlllow Is spending the week end at tho home of AIlss Nina "luckford. Mr. and Airs. C. It. Johnson have moved from 2120 C street. Makers- field. In .127 J'Yn IK-|K street. All-. Johnson IH a welder with Boll & Loffland Conmanv. Mr. and Airs. C. H. .Morgan havo moved from Follows to tho new house tit 418 Km win street. Mr. Morgan Is employed In tho county William & Booth Fox Theater lulldlnc Satisfaction assessor's office. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. moved from OH Centpr «t i'lo Arvln street have purchased. Jaspar have to the houso which they . Miss Uenii Main und Miss Dorothy Dotv of Santa Barbara wore week en'l guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. McLean. Mrs. T. M. .lenkyiiM of Long Roach was a recent overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. McLean. STANDARD

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