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'-I' 1 , ' ' * * ''"''' - ' . -. - I 1 - •- 1 -'<?-'* *l Tf'V. Tfifi BAKBRSWELD CAUtfORNIAN, SAT UttDAY, "SEPTEMBER , 96 Delano . C. T. U. May Consolidate Resume Meetings Rural Routes RN SESSION l KERN Tuesday, Report North Kern Area -V(*> m L— F , - a«a . . 1^ V < _ r ' -< V1 '*. -*:- - n Many rovfements Result of Suitimer's Work; Big fihrbllment Seen t- to The BBARDSLBV. Sept. fii— A new 74- paHBcn^cr bus hail been bought and many improvements made in the building and grounds of Bftardsley school in preparation for school's opening September 14. Tho first faculty meeting will bo held Saturday, September 12* at 9 a. m. Many new homes have been built in tho district and an increase in enrollment is foreseen. Tho new bus is intended to elljnlnate extra trtpa by the '.other bipea morning and evening. New sidewalks, a fence along the Southern Pacific tracks, ,two now multiple drinking fountains an 4 new cafeteria equipment are among inv provements, Additional oUtaide lighting has boen provided to facilitate butdoor programs during warm weather. Tho auditorium has a new radio and the interior of the school has been renovated. Three ftew Teachers Teachers returning to their regular positlbns are as follows: Mrs. Marie .Britten, &A-8B; Merlin Miller. 6B-6A; Miss Loralne Turner, CA-6B; Miss Patricia Collins, 4B; Miss l-yle Schroeder, 3B and home economics; Miss Aileen Hartzog, 2A-3A and assistant in the music department; Mrs. Roso Heimforth, 2B; Miss Ida B. Crlckmer, 1A and art; Miss Fanny felxler, IB; Miss Lorene Lowe, kindergarten; and Miss Mary Lambert, music. Beginning their first year of wprk j at Beardsley are Frank Corwln, 7B- 7A and Industrial arts; Miss FJorene Tieck, EB; and Miss Leta Milford, 4A-6B. t Others on Staff Tho cafeteria will be. untjcr the supervision of Mrs. May Krebs and Mrs. Luella K. Shively as assistant. Mrs. lola Utt will continue as Peso creek bus. driver. Paul and T31mor Montgomery will serve as bus drivers and building custodians, while Joe llood Is empioyed- as gardener. Charles 55uerchor* president, O. O. Vanderpool and \Vllllam B. Heyart. clerk, are the board of trustees. Lawrence Jncobson, formerly instructor in industrial arts and math- matics, is district superintendent. McFarland People Return From Visit McFAKLANp, Sept. B.— Mr. and Mrs. O. AV. Kills and their granddaughter, Norma Bailey, who is their guest from Portervlllo, have returned from a several-day vacation passed in the south. They were accompanied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. "Wiley Watts and their sons, Mervyn and LeRoy Kills McQueen, of Wheeler Ridge. While in the south they were guests of relatives at Com p ton. Loa Angeles and other southern cltloe. En route to their homes the entire party wore dinner guests of Mrs. Kills' nieco and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. LeUoy ' McQueen at their Bakerefleld home. -Mervyn and LeRoy Ellis remained with Mr. and Mrs. McQueen for a few days' visit and later will come here to bo guests of their grandparents before starting to school. A Apostle Topic of Arvin Aid Society fSpecial in The Californio») Sept 6^-An inspec- from the poatofflce depart* ment spent Friday in town going over the rural rotates of the Delano post office and the one route fr<5m the McParltihd p6st 6f«c6, With the idea in mind of combining the three routes and makthg one serve the same territory. There was considerable protest made against the plan, by civic organizations the members of which maintain that there is enough additional rural territory tor a fourth route instead of eliminating one. SITE PICKED FOR NEW POST OFFICE j f Money Reported Available to Begin Work; Delano Will * Urge Early Start McFarland Friendship Club Holds Meeting at Home of Mrs. Taylor —*—w—^m^^m-^—m^-^^r^fm—^^^^^^m—^^f^ \ m f v (Special to The Call/ornian) McKARLAND, Sept. 6.—"Quiet- r ness" was the atjbject of tho devotionals for tho Friendship Club when they met recently with Mrs. Ina Taylor presiding: at both the business session and the devotional hour. A feature of the meeting which was held at the church poclal rooms was a double layetto shower hdnorIng: Mm. Odessa Bowman and Mrs. Marjorio Pearce. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Sam Mauat. Attending the meeting were: Mea- damos Ruby Bowman, Catherine Carter, Peggy Lehman, Opal Bow* man, Wilma Root, Ada Steinborgcr, Alice Mlshier, Myrtle Bowman. Kathryn Smith, Marie Maust, Marjorie Pearce, Odessa Bowman, Ina Taylor, Mrs. Boland, Misses Mildred Lehman, Ethel and Veda Moomow. KEJRNVlLLfc, Sept. 6. — Many local dove huntftra caihe in at an early h6iir with limits wh*n dove season opened. Among the successful ones were Captain A. T, Slaton, N. L. daring BUI* Mftlton, Billy Longatreet,.Coie Tichenor and Jack Chrlstensen. Some hunters managed to get lhe> limits for tho weak during the first two days, R. Nleto of Onyx was a recent business viator in Isabella when ho fcold several of his turkeys. He said that he would have to sell all of his turkeys before the coyotes took them. Coyotes along the Kern river are more numerous this year than for many seasons past. Mrs. Cecil Pascde complains or having fattened too many of them on turkey and Ben Perm saw throe of the gray prowl- drs take chicken from his ranch in One day. He also was forced to dispose of his turkeys. Operators of the Pennsylvania mine report that they expect to break into the formation in which the pay chute is situated within tho next few days. They will then drift along the formation until they strike tho chute about 80 f*et under iho old workings. Their crosscut Is now about 800 feet long. A. O. Suhre has returned from Pctaluma, whore he visited with his mother. Although ho Was called there by her illness, he said, ho found her in improved health. on in ATIVI N. Sept. 6.-—Mra. Dave .lln- nctte and Mrs. K. 1*. Thuyer were hostesses to tho Arvin Indies' Aid Society at Its meeting Wednesday afternoon. Devotlonals were led by Mrs. Ed£ar Combs and the program which was on tho life of Paul, was in charge of Mrs. C. TJ. Nelson. Refreshments were served lo 23 members and guests, who included Mesdames C. C. Yftussy, O, C. Yaussy, Louis Newbury, 8. Carsons. C, Ij. Nelson, H. G. Clardy, Sr.; M. • H, Krauter, F. A. Nance, Carl Portman, Elmer Swanson, C. H. Hanson. J, 1>. Krauter, Edgar Combs, Keith Mitchell, H. E. David, J. D. Tucker and Joanette Rondfelt of Pomona. Also present wore Glenn Swanson and Lucille Yaussy. (Special to The California*) LAND, Sept. B.—At tho monthly meeting of Delano Chamber of Commerce whlchMvas held on Wednesday noon at the Hotel Kern, it was reported that a site for a now post office building has been selected and tho money Is available for its construction, Immediate construction will be urged by the chamber of commerce. Tho site chosen is lots 12, 13, 14, 16, 10. Block 71. Three members of the board of directors have resigned and their successors are, H. B, Morris, David L. Shifflct and Clarence J. Roupe. They succeed Lawrence Lake and L. B. Quinby who have moved to other cities, and tfrank Panero. It was voted to Ask tho city council to contribute toward modernizing the sign across the highway between Tenth and Eleventh avenues, which will have noon letters placed over it, out of the city advertising fund. It was voted to participate In tho Frontier Day parade In Bakersfleld .by the entry of a float. Charles Chlchester was named to construct and decorate the float. The matter of racketeering In eastern fruit and vegetable markets was discussed and It, was voted to urge the federal trade commission to make an Investigation, Tho city council will be asked to water trees along property \yherc there are no residents, and tho owners of the property cannot be located. Tehachapi School Ready for Opening TEHACHAPI, Sept. 5.—Spic and span school rooms await'the youngsters of tho grammar school when school opens next Monday morning. The floors have all been cleaned and rcflnlshed and the halls laid with battleship linoleum. In the teach* er'B rest room and the office and work room a marblclxed Inlaid linoleum is used and comfortable chairs, a davenport and harmonizing window drapes added. Many new desks have been put In, and all the old ones cleaned and reflnlshed. A new sand table was installed in the kindergarten room. New window drapes of dark rust color velour harmonize with the stage drapery and enhance the simple classic beauty of the auditorium. An electric clock has also been installed In the auditorium and the hardwood floor reflnishod. A new bell, 30 inches in diameter, replaces the old cracked one. Frank Blowers Is tho principal, and Lionel Duck, vice principal. Also on the teaching staff are Mrs. Kuby Nettleton, Mrs. Mildred Hicks. Mrs. Ernlly Trusty and Miss Lysle Walton. Lang Brothers have tho contract to put in curbing around tho school playground and tho work was finished this Week. SUNDAY SERVICES TOLD AI DELANO! Im P res ^ Family Palmer, South Fork rancher, Is working a team of horses 'for the contractors who aro making ready for tho construction of th* new bridge Across the north fork of tho Kern river between Isabella nnd KernviHe. Robert Palmer, his father, waa a recent visitor in Isabella, Bob Welr.h, upper Kern packer, in KernviHe on Tuesday. Vie that ho expects all packers to one of tHo busiest deer seasons record. The packers aro roundup all available stock. Illy L-ongstreol, Bon of Mrs. Rae Longfttveot, waa honored on Wednesday evening with a dove dinner nt the homo of Mr. nnd Mm. N. I-. Clftr- Ine. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. N. U Olarivto, Mrs. Rae Longstreet, Billy Longalreet. Billy Melton, Mr, and Mrs. Cole Tichenor ami their children. Betiy Ann and Sonny, Mr. l^ongatreftt will loavo soon for Cincinnnll where ho la preparing himself for the printer's tmrte. The Tnyokorn night ball loam could not appear for Its last, scheduled game with KernvlUo because most of the desert players wero called out for the recent forest fire on Greenhorn mountain. The game will be played nt a later date. Johnnie McXally of Scovern Hot Springs recently motored to Los Anon a business trip. Mrs. W. L. McDonald and Mrs. May Stinkard were Friday business visitors In BaUersfleld. Mnny Participnle in Panama Presentation; Dance Held Following Act I Journey to Canada Aid Hears Review Rev. Flanagan to Be Speaker at Community Methodist Church Sunday of African ook to The CaHJornlan) . DELANO, Sept. B.—Tho Reverend Clarence Wagner, pastor oj tho Community Methodist Church will occupy the pulpit at both services on Sunday after spending this week at Camp Sierra where he taught a class at the family Institute during tho latter part of tho week. Tho time of the evening service will be changed from 8 o'clock to 7:30 o'clock. At this service tho pastor will preach from tho subject, "The Emancipation of a Slave." At this service ho will answer tho following question: "What Aro tho Ke- qulrements of Church Membership? Is it Possible to be a Perfect Christian in the Life- of Today In Business? Do you Believe In Hell?" At the 11 o'clock worship service the sermon subject will be, "The Working Man and Religion." Nelson Haug will lead the Bpworth League service at 6:30 o'clock, and Sunday school will, be at 9:50 o'clock in tho morning. In the absence of tho pastor, tho Reverend C. E. Flanagan, Dr. J. S. Pate of Earllmnrt will supply the pulpit at both morning and evening services at tho Baptist church. There will be special music at both services. Tho young peoples' meeting will bo at 7:00 o'clock and Sunday school will be at 10:00 o'clock in tho morning. Tho Reverend A. C. Streufort of Hanford will be hero Sunday for morning services at tho Kion Lutheran church. Thoro will also bo Sunday School. MOJAVE, Sept. G.—Among the Mojavo vacationists who have returned from lengthy trips aro Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Merta and daughter. Mary Ann, and son, Frnnklln, who traveled by train through California, Oregon and Washington, Short stops were mado at Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington, and sightseeing trips were taken into Canada. Calgary, Regina and Winnipeg wero tho principal cities visited. Tho party was impressed by the beauty of the Canadian Rockies. In St. Paul, Minnesota, they wero guests of Mrs. J. Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Tom Gallagher of Mojavo, At Standlab, Michigan, Mr. Merta's father, Anthony Merta, joined tho party and a new car was purchased at Detroit. The return homo was made by motor and Mr. Merta's father left the party in Wyoming nnd returned to his homo in Blandish. Other stops were made in Reno, Nevada, and Bishop. Church Department Guest of Leaders TKHACHAPt. Sopt, G.—Mrs. Herbert Perry reviewed tho third chapter of "Congo Crosses" at tlie missionary meeting of the Ladles* Aid held Tuesday afternoon In tho city park. The chapter was particularly Interesting, dealing with tho dress and social life of tho women of dlf< ferent tribes, their household affairs and roartng of the children. The In* funt mortality rate was reported as 61 por cent. Tho next chapter will be reviewed by Mrs. Charles Horn. Mrs. Fred Williams and Mrs. W. IT. nelaiugor wero hostesses and served light refreshments after Ihe meeting. Many reported activity for tho "Harvest" dinner in October, when the fruits of their talents will bo brought In. The next meeting will bo hold at lite home of Mrs. Frank Blowers, tho president, In Almond Court. Those present wero the Reverend and Mrs. F. O. \Vyatt. Mrs. Harry tolson, Mrs. L, Perron. Mrs. William 11. Perry. Mrn. Fred CharlPM Horn. Mrs. Mrs. O W. HIrdwell. singer. Mrs. P. Har- 11. Harris and Mrs. to The Ctfff/ornlan PANAMA, Copt. B.—The Panama Grange hall on Wlble road was the scene of a lively program and dance recently. Frank Corset, who will soon bo SI years of ace entertained with a lively Irish jig. B Liltlo Harry Mulock from the Philips School of Music, presented several excellent numbers. A hilarious comedy entitled "Opening Day of tho Hillbilly School" was presented by R troupe of players from T^ehec. Tho evening** success was largely duo to the excellent acting of tho unruly pupils who were dressed In typical hillbilly costumes. Included In tho cast were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ulnk and daughter Lena. Mr. and Mra. Jim Grlgg. Mr. and Mrs, Oils Williams, Mrs. T*. L. Vinos and daughter, V el inn and son B. Berry, F,d Uosaon. Mrs. Bill Volaw and Mra. .1. Hill. Mrs. W. A. Rink entertained with a comic dialog entitled "Cheering up tho Sick," which brought much applause. Albert Sellars Hang "Beautiful Texas", playing his own accompaniment on tho guitar. Misses Velma Vines anil Lena Rinks sang several lovely duets Including "The Answer lo 21 Years" and "When tho Roses Bloom In Heaven," accompanied by Albert Sellara and Clayton Vinos with guitars. Refreshment!!i wore aorved lo all present nnd the resi of the rve- nlng \vns devoted lo old time dancing. Mrs. W. A, Rink, Mlnaes Lena Rink, Clayton Vinos. Velma Vines. Albert Sellttra. Harvey Sollam and Jack Lingo furnished violin and guitar mualc for the dancing. Jack Lingo culled for several squat* to The Co/f/orotdn T\ELANO, Sept 6,— The Delano • L/ unit of the Woman'* Christian Temperance Union will resume meetings on Tuesday, September 8. The meeting will be an afternoon session only and will be held in the Community Methodist Church bcRinninK at 2 o'clock. Election of officers will be the main item of business. Dele- Kates to the county convention which will be held on September 16 at Taft and delegates to the state convention which will be held at Bakcrsfield Oct6bcr 13, 14, 15 and 16, will be elected. '.L :-s* J { High School Registration Will egin on Friday; Art Crafts Added j McFARLAND, Sept. 5.—Enrollment of students at the high school will take place Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12. respectively. Sophomores, juniors and seniors are to enroll, on Friday between the hours of 0 and 12 and 1 to 4 o'clock. Freshmen are a^ked to enroll Saturday morning between 9 and 12 o'clock. Classes will continue for one hour instead of 46 minutes this year. An advantage to students In thla change la that they have 15 minutes of supervised study. A now course at the school will b* art crafts under the supervision of Miss Alice Brigllo, home economics instructor. The new subject will Include fundamental sketching, leather craft, paint and poster work, weaving and needle craft. A required course for freshmen will be English and social science fused. The freshman students will be divided Into two classes, one to be taught by Miss Ann Harder and the other by Miss Mary Elizabeth Johnson, new English Instructor. loThfiCnUfornian) , W ho replaces Miss Marian Little- McFARLAND, Sept. 5.-—A Irea*- | Held. .. ,!*.»„.» ~r 4i,* i A router and jig saw have been uro hunt wan tho pleasure of the • a(Wcd to l|w 8hop % qu j pment . CecU young peoples' group when they : Bowman has boon elected to Instruct woro entertained by their leaders, j this subject nnd to act as assistant Mr and Mm. A. R. drober recently, j coach, replacing Donald Bell, who ; has accepted a poslllon In a Lodi Other instructors In the Include U. C. Allen, Huntley MORE SEARCH ENJOYED AT H Teams Hunt for Treasure at Enjoyable Party Held at McFnrland Home Tho Orange entertainment com- Aflor gathering: nl tho Orobcr country home the parly of young people woro divided Into two groups, with AVnyno Sluhl captain of Ihe Lincoln 7ephr and Miss Mildred Lohrnnn. captain of tho Airflow. The Lincoln Zephyr party won. dla- covrrlng the treasure on tho banks of tho reHorvoIr nt the R. *W. Root home. After tho Airflow group arrived a wiener roost was enjoyed. A social time followed, Among thoso who enjoyed Mr. nnd Mrs. Orober'H hospitality were; Misses Veda and Kihel Moomaw. Anna school. school Webb. Mario Charles Flanagln and Miss C. Lourenxo. mlltoo whlrh sponsored the evening Rteinborgor. Lois May«, Mildred program included Mr. and Mrs. Bert HeabUl. Harvey Seilnrs and Mr. and Mrs. C. I-. WllUlns. Bubrock, Mrs. Wllllamf. Mrs AnitH Oowan, Mrs. W. JT. rlngton, Mrs. Blowers. Delano Choir Has Reunion at Church MOJAVE Sept. 5.—Mr. and Homer C. Kyte entertained recently for the intermediate department of tho Community Methodist Sunday school of whloh they are superintendent and teacher, H was held at the country homo of Mr, and Mrs. Kyle In the Jasmine district and a covered dl«h chicken dinner was served after which games were enjoyed, ISnJoylng the par ( ty were tho Reverend Clarence Wsgner ( the Mlssns Ix>is Scott, Dorothy IDrumm, Francos and Loui«(» Seaman, Carlylo Clayton, Paul Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle and their daughters, Paulino antl Evelyn. Birthday Party Is Held at Residence r I WA8CO. Sept. B,- Mr*. Malt Delter was honored this weok at n birthday party given by Mrs. William rook nnd her daughter. Mra. Jack llarlow. The evening was pnssed ploying cards, followed with* refreshment*} whore two birthday cakes were In evidence, Thoso who shared tho pleasant even luff were Messrs. and MesdnmcH T. M. I trow u, .Tohn Dollar. Ooorgc Pelter, Matt Delier. William Harlow (Bakemtteld). and I>o Ilauer. DKLAXO. Sept. 5.•-Members of 1 the choir of tho Community Meiho ( dlHl Church hold a reunion on! Thursday nlghl following tho summer vacation whan new members were welcomed nnd old members returned following the summer arllvl- lies. Wives and hus'hands woro in- rinded In the party which took tho form of a wiener roast In the rhurch Hoclal 1mIt, followed by choir liro. behnmn, Phyllis nnd Kdith Whlsler. Violet Hoomo, Mnry and ICdlth Bhlok. Chnrlotto Hoot. Vivian Slew- ard. Marl ha Kroy. Margery Warren. Ijolln Uurktnglmni, Frances Grol>er, Pearl l.Jrober, Mo«srs. Donald I>er- nmn. Haymond »Shic*k, Clayton Hteward, I^awrenoe Nlll, Way no Htiihl, Hoy Davis, Othu (Jllflon Hoome, and Ralph Haker, (irober r —- H Mojave Folk End 7000-Mile Jaunt Upper Kern River Chamber to Meet KEUNVILLE. Sept. B.—After having suspended activities for the sum* mer, the Kern River Chamber of I Commerce will hold Us first meeting of the new season at the Mountain Inn In Kernvlllo Monday evening. Dinner will be served from 6:30 to 7 o'clock and a business meeting will follow Immediately. According to Karl Holke, president, a number of Items of business of vital interest to the community will be up (or consideration. Among these will be a community recrea* tional program and the formation of n committee lo represent the community and co-operate with the Kern county recreational director. Those Interested In the formation of a 4-H Club for youths of the community are asked to be present, as thla matter also will be up for consideration. i I Mike Uelter, Cook. .Tack Ha Brown MOJAV E. Sept. 6.™Mrs. Moarl Craig and turn Kenneth returned homo this week after n 7000*ml1e motor trip which took them to the Atlantic seaboard. Leaving Mojave New members welcomed wero Mr. j early In June, (hey motored to Sellg- anil Mrs. Howard Abbott and 'their j man, ArU.. whore they wero the children. Klchnrd. Jnnat Ann and | (Hirsts <>' Mr. anil Mrs. Walter Lu- John, Mlsn Aran Ramsey. Mrs. kins, former Mojave residents. Mr. Frances Oliver, Wllllnin (Illchrtst, Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Mac.Fnrlane. Olhei'H attending wore Mrs, A. L. Smith mul son Stanley, Mtuscs Mnbol I). Wasco Girl to Be Married Tonight • i Hmltli nnd Janet HtruthcrH, Smith, Mosdnnips Franklin Burum and Hen C. Hhcurer and nnd Mrs. Frnnk J, C'oddlnffton. M Small Tot Honored at Birthday Party 7 HIGHLAND PARK, Sept. B. Mrs. Basil Brobst celebrated tho fourth birthday anniversary of her daughter Marilyn Tuesday morning by Inviting a few friends of the Jit- -Uo miss to a party which was followed by a dainty lunch. A peanut hunt was tho principal amusement, a« well as other games enjoyed on .tho lawn. The honorcc received many nice glfl*. Those sharing the occasion were Clydene Holland,. Dorothy Perkins, llolsnd Perkins, Ponnlo Janice and Claire Keyset-, Betty Arm Costello, Jimmy Brobst and Marilyn Brobst. NEW GENERAL MANAGER tOS ANGELES, 8»pt. 5.—<A. P.>— Fred R. Fyath assumed duties today as general , manager of the Merchants and Manufacturers As* Hooiatlon of Los Angeles. FRUITVALE I • GUITARS . " ^ * : - finuiU Payments * ./ v fT ' - - ^^^^^^^r ^^^^^^^T^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f ^^^^^^^^^^^^^r ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^T ^F ^^^^^^^ MUSIC i Nineteenth St. FRUITVALB. Sept. B.—Miss 13u- ffenia Burlock has returned homo after a visit of several w«cks with her sister, Mrs. Delinar Coker of A venal. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Heimforth pHKHod tho week end at Brecken ridge as guests of Mr. and Airs. Phil Shel- labarner. Mrs. ICrnest Martin of Calloway Road has returned from a visit at Noble, III., with her mother. Mrs. Martin also visited Mr. Martin's parents In Michigan. Billy Kulbrlghl. small son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fulbright, in homo from Koene. Billy has been at KcGna for several monlhs nnd has returned BO much Improved In health as to bo able to enroll for school this Vcar. Mr. and Mrs, Howard Hill of Taft were recent guests of Mrs. Hill's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C, R. Burlock. Afr. Hill had Just returned from a hunting trip In the Cuyama valley, bringing home a deer. Mr*. J. M. Gilbert ha* returned from a visit with relatives In Fresno. Miss Sybil Dowoy passed several day* In flhafter with friends. * Miss Eu'dora Baldwin will leave on Tuesday for Santa Barbara, whore she is entering school. Mrs. Ralph Burlock and her father. Boy Dennis of Rosegale, passed the week end In Lou Antfeloa a« guests of Mr. Dennis' sister. Miss Moxlne Moor?, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Moore of Jewell Lane, will go Tuesday to Los Angeles, where she will on roll in U. C. L.JV. 5 The members of thfe dab-a-Lot Club met recently with Mrs. Robert Wright at her home on Frultvato avenue. The afternoon was nleas- antly nasaed In needlework. Those rn toy in i? the afternoon Were Mc*« dames Tialph Kmerson. Jack nod- stone. Ronald llaitwn, Owen Ilpbert Wi-lghS MO J AVIS, 8ept. G.—The Misses Oraee and Dorothy Menard havo returned to their home In Clearwater after an extended visit at tho home of their sister, Mrs. M, H. McDonough. Mr. and Mrs. Joy Kelley entertained on Wednesday 3\Irs. Allnn Little of Honolulu, flnwall, W ho Is returning to her home after a trip around tho world. Mrs, Little, who is tho daughter of Mrs. John Berry of Lancaster, Is n teacher in tho University of Hawaii. She is a graduate of Ihe class of 191C from Antelope Valley Joint Union High School. Mrs. C. U. Franklin has relurnod home from Olendalo where, sho has been visiting her mother, Mrs. K. R. I rasher for the past two months. A, D. Coffill, who has been confined to his home with rheumatism. Is recovering. The regular meeting of the Mojave Ladles' Aid was held In the social hall of the Mojavo Community Congregational Church with the president. Mrs. aherman Ewing. presiding. Plans for tho fall ba- zanr wero discussed. Emmett Crouso and Jack Qilstrap of Mojave, accompanied by Mr. Crouse's brother. Earl Crouso of Monolith, are spending several days of this week at Long Beach and Banta Catallna Island. John Greene, who Is visiting hero from Oraighton, Missouri, is lUo guest of Jack Houck In Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sw^etser and daughler Carol returned home this week from Tncoma, Washington, where for the past two weeks Ihpy have been the guests of Mr. Sweetser's nunl and uncle, Mr. and Mr*. Charles Pascoe. The trip was made In Mr. Sweetstr's Kearwln plane. Mr. and Mrs. 1C van Twomey have a* their guest Ihelr niece, Mi*s Barbara Amundsen of North Hollywood. Mrs. William Wegmann of Handsburg is spending the week at the Mount Soledad home of Mr. and Mm. K. L, Wegmium. Little Miss Janet Cecilia Reynolds is ill with measles. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller of Ban Diego were the recent guests of Hunwell Oftgood. Mr. and Mrs. L. 8, Merlwether entertained recently for Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tuckcy of Glandule. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McBryant and son Raymond were recent guests of Mrs. McBryant'* cousin. Ben Ho well, at his home in Shatter. W. W. Martin, Southern Pacific agent at Mojave. spent the week end vUHlng with his family in Banta Monica. Mr. and Mrs. William tf&rder bad as their guests over the week end Mr. and Mrs. Bon Harder of Delano who were «u routw to Los Angeles to spend H week's vacation. Andrew O'Oonnell and Jack Hodfe* of Long Bea^h ore spending a two wwks' vacation at the liorn* Of Air O f t)onneir» parents, Mr. and Mr*."ftck O'Donnoll First Church of ChrUt, Scientist Eighteenth and C Streets Klrst Church of Christ, Selefttfst, of Kftrnfleld, R branch of The Mother Church, Tho First Church of Christ. Scientist, In Boston. MUSH., cotuluatn Sunday gervloes nt 11 n. m. and at 8 p. in. Tho Wednesday evening meeting ttt S o'clock Includes testimonies of healing In Christian Science. Sunday school convenes nl fli.lO Sun- clay mornings for pupils tip to the itfr«* of 20 and at It o'clock for pupils under 12. Tho public Is Invited to enjoy prlvU legen of the rending room maintained by the Church at 5 Haberfeldc Arradn. opnn dally oxrept Sundays, Wednesdays and holiday* from 9 a. n>. until 0 p. m., closing Wednesdays ftt T p. in.: opon on holidays and Sundays from 2 unlll 4 p. m. The subject for next Sunday's l»s- son-sermon IS: "Man." First Methodist-First Baptist Union Her vices Dr. Burlon C. Barrett, Pastor Sunday school, !»:80 a. m. Morning ^^ _ - A -fc ^^_ ^^b V Church Palm VVctl Cot to 11 o'clock. Flr«t TJaplUl Church Auditorium. Harmon nubjecl: "Clvlllrat ton's Crucial Problemw." R«v. Orover C. Ualnlon of thn Klrat M«lhodi»t Church proachlnir. Hv«nlnt; nervlco 8 o'l-lork. Sermon «uhject: "Human Ora«»hopperi«," Dr. Hurton C, Barrett of the Klrat Baptist Church nrpftchliiff. H«»markH: Thh will l»e Ihft cloHlnir Sunday for tho Union ftarvlrea with thcfte two chnrchpH, Be- ffinntng novt Kunday regular will bo held in each church. of Ilio UrcMircn Rnd A Streets Blrkln, J'HHtor Church sohonl. !);4f; a. in.; Mrs. Myrtla Fox, atiperlntendent. Worship Hervlce. II n. m. Sermon, "Mnrtyr- dom fnr rrhrlsl." Tftxt; Arm 1 :fi-S; Hchrnws 12:1. "Ye fckvflll be My wlt- noH«r»«." ICventtifr worship. "?:4B o'clock. Cartoon, "Hide Bound." •The Hiory Told by lh<» or "Tho Healer of Broken I-lcartB." Kv**nln»; sonff servlcr rnm- metiers at fi:4ti o'clock, Urnup moflt Ingn 7 Iti 7:4. r >. 1'rayor inp'ttlng nepday nl tho rhurcb, 7:^0 jv in tage prayer mocttng on«> nltflii, announced Sunday. Cirnco Baptist Cliurch U«v. 1-. J. Kryn, Minister Mooting at the William Hrhool audl- orium. Blbl« wrhool. 0:30 u. m.. with nliiP8*iH for all agfts. Morninjf worship, 10:45 a. in. Young People's meeting and Ktblo atudy, 7 p. m, for all aB»»p. Prayer meeting, evening, \7t45 o'clock Bl Bmthrr < : . 8. Arnold's in Highland Park. B|h|« Bludy Friday evonlng, 7;4T» o'clock. Plaro lo be «nnounc»?d from pulpit Hunday. Thrtre. will l»r a aporjal cnllert hUHlnenn tn*etlnff to din- cuas hutlilliiff. tmti* and placn to h« announced from pulpit Hunday. Ucnd carefully Paalm 123. Trinlly MeUionMst Chtirrh Corner Nllcs nnrt King Streetn Kost Hakomfleld ICrnont J<lrda«ll Cole, Paul or Sunday School. 9:46 n m. N>w new tonrhi»m. Hoom fnr new Morning »erv|ro, 11 o'rlo«'k. "Heholdl I make all thing* New." T**xt, Kev. 21 :5. Kvenlnff Mdrvlco, 7:30 o'clork. Hu)»J«ct. "The Other .luda*." Text, huko 22. 48. Note tho change of hour of I ho m'ctitntr H<*rvlr«-n. Kpwortli l.ciigun will m««i at 0^30 p, m. Rogular cbnrrh service* at 7:30 p. in. Official hoard mooting WeilnnmJny night nff»r th*- UHiial prnyor rnnoling mnJ Hll»lp Mudy, which nieetft at 7:30 p. in. Choir reheamal Thui-Nday evening at 7:SO. WIIH nt ono tinio mamiffcr of tho Harvey House hern before Us cloning novornl yonra ago. Al Columbia, 8. C., Mrs. Craig nnd Kenneth vlslicd nor parent H, Mr. nnd Mr«. 1-, U. Col vert, and tho entire party motored to Bt. AuKiintlnc, Kla., whore they vlffltod nt the homo of Mrn. Hay Sheldon, aislcr of Mm. Craig. Kn route home they visited old frlonds In Uurtow, Fin., their former homo. At Gallup, N. M., brut ,. ihft Indian cele- und amonff the ?rost vlHltod i irlfied for- (rrand WASCO. Sept. 6.—Miss Dorla riemena. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Clemen*, 1« to become the bride of Stanton Bryson, son of Mr. and Mm. H. G. Bryaon, at a ceremony In the Congregational Church Saturday evening by Dr. T. H. Kat- cllffe. Both the bride and groom have attended the Waaco school and Miss Clemens attended Bakers fie Id Junior College and Mr. Bryson ia an ! alumnus of the California Poly tech* | nlc School at San Ixniia Oblspo. j Following a wedding trip the | young people will be at home at their new home north of Waaco. Mr. Bryson U employed at the Canyon. Flriil Methodist Church Orover ftalftton, Ptiwior. Truxtun Avenue nt II Strict. Hunday (irhool, 0:45 H. m. Mrs. Harry Kantff-, fironcrnl 'auperlntendont. Morning eervlce, 11 oVlork, Klrnt Church. T*xt. John J6 ( 1 i Church of tho NazArcne Fourth an<) Illxatlon'n crucial problem." Dprvl<'<*. K oVlork. 8t*rvir«» Kirst Moihodlnt Chtirrb, Hcv<*rond IJiin-ett pr*?urbiiujf, Klmi Motliodlat. IXHIgloua ediinttlrm rommllieo m^ete Tuesday, Fr'pti»inbnr 8 at 7:RO p. m. In the ehurrh, Offlolal board ineetn Sepipni- ber 1* Hi 7:30 i>. ni. In cbnrrh Hutld- fund rommlltee mods HepU'inbor at 7.30 J>. nv, rhurrh. Plans for Serving Completed by Aid WA8CO. Hopt G.—Wasco Congre- gfttlonnl ladles' Aid members as- somliln.1 \\>dnpsday afternoon at tho homp of 4ho president of tho group nl a npoclal meeting to tmiko plans for tho serving of ih« refresh- tnonts tit ilw r^t'optlons for the two wrdcilnRH that ar« lo tuko placo al tho rhurch Saturday evening and Sunday. Mrs. MathewH was assisted by Mra. Keese In serving refreshments during the social hour which followed tho buHlnehH meeting. Thono present wero Mcsdiunes T. H. llal* cliffp, J. O. Jennifer, Humphrey Jones. Grant Knlffen. Ororge Hob- prison. Tlpton Mathewa, K. Kcoso, M. P. Kerr. Henry Qnmdt. K. F. • Clemen*, Arthur Miller and MUa and A reception will be held following tho wedding for invited guests. Plan Sunday Rites for Delano Couple WASCO, Sept. fr.~»A churck wedding Sunday will unite Miss F Elizabeth Grundt and Richard Heese. the nuptial vows lo be read by Dr. T. H. Haicllffo at the Congregational Church. Both young people are well known In the community. Miss Grundt being a graduate of Wasco High School and Mr. Heese being associated with his father, C. F. Hoes* at tlie Wasco IJakery. Miss Orundt is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grundt. Following a wedding trip the young people will be established hero In Wasco. Mlas Grundt has been honored with several affairs recently. A rscrptlon is being held for guesia ai tne cnurcn rouow- ln£ tho ceremony. 11 i First Congregational Church Seventeenth and U Htrecip Hev. A. K. Donot, pastor Sunday school for all grade* will be- f in this Kunday al fl:4f« a. m. The 'rlendnhlp H(t*n for adultn 1<vl by the Hev, (3eorKe DaJxell meets at 101 o'clock. Morning service al 11 o'clock. Sunday who<»l. f:4f» H. m. Morning 10;4f» H. m. Thi*mo: "The of ChHM'w Coming." T^xl ; 1 John 3:8. "Ho that rommltl*th t»ln of the devil; for in* drvM «lnneth ! from thft beginning. K«r thl» pMrpMHP 1 the Son of fJod wan mnnlfeMnd, thai i tho Sermon Mibject, "ReMjrJon In Work." Service la Uortlratfd lo I-tthor Pay. This churvh Invlten all who for) the need for themselves nnd oth^r* of a religion, iiimftctarlan. broad, d«ep and In aocortiancft with intellectual and social progress. r Church of God CheiUr Avenue and DecatUr Street, Olldale n, It, droen, Pastor "Unified Service." Lesson. "Turn* Ing to the Qenttleit," Kvcuing Herv- Ice. 7:45 o'clock. Illusiriited ucrmon, "A Well of Water." Remarks; "The Soul Winner." Subject of the young people's meeting at 7:00 o'clock, Liouv WhlUon In charge, meeting W«dnen<X|i.y« 7:10 p. m, _ \ "Mission of Lov«" Hplrltualint On Kern 8treat ft«twe«n California Avenue and K!«venth Hi reel Kvenlng unrvlct, 7:80 o'clock. W«dti«*day night circle divine and h« might denlroy Ihe works <Uvl1." Young People's meeting, fi;30 p. in. Kvfnlng service, 7:.*10 p, m. Kubject: "Office Work of the Holy Hplrll." Text; lionian, >:M. Midweek pray.r j ? - —— ^ pVrUh'Vll meeting. tt«dn«ft4iy. 7:30 p. to. O f the voters' tt»»«inbly Tl f 81. John's l,tilhrrau Churrli (",'orncp Twr-ntl^th «nd C Strroi l^o\i!» A, Kuoffner, Pssior Thft Sunday nrhool will begin )l« fall work Hunday nt 0:30 n m. All c'lavftan m**e( M> th" parliih hall on C stn»ftt Ijotupon Nlnfttftinlh and Twentieth, rtegular church servii*»a will | bo rc»Kum<*<! un S\inday nt tho time. 10:30 n. nv Th« pastor will on the HubJi'Ct: *'Mort:lfulnf«»." flmt fall mooting of the Hocloty will b» held Thui Klr«t IVe»bj*t*rlH« Cl»urch Corner of Reventeenih and H Htreet*. Reverend John Murdoch, Pantor, Hunday nchool. 10:15 to 10:50 a. m. Summer schedule. Morning nervlce. ] II o'clock. "Cprtalnty." la*t of a j Adrift* of Hummer talk» on hearing >. God's voice in our Umo, ba»«d on the text, "Today if Ye Will Hear la Voice," ||*bn»W8 3-7. Text-*, Pnalm 1:10; John, G;2*. K>»m;lul muftlc. No church evening iervlce. C. K, Bo- cietl««, 6:30 p. m. *? * First Chrbtfan Cliurvh Htxteenth and I Htr«el« CliarlcM K. Hulme, MlnNur Jiibl* *clK*oI at 9:46, "»9" trl»«j» for at 9:30, Ixjyal leddftra havp day and openttig of n Sernton and coiitmunlon at 10:45. -Heriuon, "Living Together." ChrlvUiftit Endeavor at 7 o'clock, .Bve- nhtg service *t * oviook, • , 8 Thursday al m. (jleaii(*r«* MUslon 1304 Virginia Ktreet One-half Bbxk North of NMle Street, ICaKt Jla kern field P. n. Spencer, Ptmtor Kunday wliuol, V:Ui a. m. Morning wor*htp, II o'clock. Kvang^lUiU' nerv- lv<f, 7.30 p. m. Tuesday, 7:30; Tlmrn- day, 7:50 p, in. Hunday morning { brnadcaM over radio dtatlon W6XAI, S;30 to 8. Tho Church of Christ Seventeenth and O Slreou. Eagle* Jlall HIM* school, 10 ft. m. promptly; preaching «l 11, Subject. "Four I Vi*w»." KvftntrelfHt j. David Taylor. ! Kpeaker. i'ounnuniun, 11:40 u, in. Kf>ng lender. 15. M. Taylor: evening m**vit'4fH at K. of P, hall. Kaiu HUle. Sunday night sermon, "Kalse l*ro- •VSS! -r j^ 1 t.- V rl •. .-.* h ' * * *^s . * ';-' *='. „ • ^ ^ v - •'"^'4^4S$%^^ .-.-•*- .1 '!te^cwi>..fcri£h-avW^tff^^ Hif.^^^/^'^.'^^^^'/.^^*.''* iV.Jt-::- -/.^-- SU % _','-><• ^^-.*.-''??? * 1 'i?*'3>rMJi*A>» w> L^.i-'-f- -- -*'-•' L _ffl.\Vv:^-: 'V _ "-ia'r'- . I L- -' 1 '•-'^ I il . ^ \, - 1 ' f f V I rfj. eptember Stre Phone 869 E5E ERBS as Do trouMM. Stra ng«r* EK CO ham rs Yi*rs TwtntU Nlnilnatk Snitt Op«t»if* Str««t, •.* -I','* :--,---. .V^^TI.A \-.i->',,-^-.,.,;-^£,^..-Wfr. :- *&>y.-/*-;-!-*, i^,ii*t<'*.>&*£?«*&,+->

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