rl I' Shaffer Horizon Club Slates Year's Plans Plans are now under way for an active year on the part of the Horizon Club of Shatter Hlph School, it was announced following the reorganization of the group this fall. Offering many opportunities for high school girls who wish to continue their connections with the Camp Fire organization, the club also extends membership to high school girls who have not had previous association with the group. One of the highlights of the schedule last year was a dance sponsored by the Horizon Club during which games wore collected and sent to ^hospitalized servicemen. The group also sponsored the Junior Red Cross drive at the high school. Miss Jeanette "Wheeler, a new- jcomer to the faculty of Shatter High School, will be the Horizon Club adviser this year. Sponsoring the Horizon Club are the Faculty Wives and^Faculty Women's Club of which Miss Frances Ezquer, Spanish instructor, Is the newly elected president, and Mrs. J. Wesley Linda Is the secretary-treasurer. Included among those who may taki'an active part in the club work this year are the Misses Cathryn and Leetha Glenn, Neva Helsley, Foneta Pope, Elizabeth Daniels, Esther Grumbles, Martha Helm, Betty Murphy, Billie Twiney, Corena Elliott, Joyce Newboles and Margaret Mayberry. PERSONAL MENTION DIES NIGHT SLATED DELANO, Oct. 4.—Members of Delano Masonic lodge will be hosts to their ladies and families at the annual family night dinner Thursday In the banquet rooin of Masonic temple, according to an announcement today by Harold R. Olson, master. ON THE HOME FRONT VOTE NO on No. 12 r larl W«rr«fi, th« Sf«U Ch«mb»r «f Com- mm*, civic l«arf«rs f cud a •core of employer, employee, civic, veteran and church groups have come forward to oppose No. 12 on the ballot in the election, November?. These leaders look upon reat dustrial peace ^f attack on our united effort! win war SPONSORED by CITIZENS COMMITTII GAINST PROPOSITION N*12 MRS. CHARLES GALBREATH returned to her home in Lost Hills recently after spending three days in Brentwood as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Riley. Mrs. Galbreath was accompanied by Mrs. Lena Moe Cutland of Bakorsfield and Mrs. Grace Cooley of Taft. While in the south they attended a luncheon for the grand officers of the Eastern Star at Hotel Rosslyn in Los Angeles, and the homecoming reception for the worthy grand matron. Hazel Thorn Lane, at Wilyhire chapter. MRS. HOWARD NIELSEN and daughter, Karen, have returned to their May wood home after a visit of several weeks with Mrs. Nielsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Nielsen, at their ranch home east of Rlchgrove, near Delano. Miss Maryloulse Nielson accompanied them south and will visit with relatives in Southgate, Brea, Santa Monica and Pasadena. MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE MARTIN of Delano had as their recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Howell and family of Tulare. H. E. LAW of Fresno, representing the Diamond Match Company of Chicago, was a recent all-day business visitor in Delano. MRS. JOHN HARDY has returned to her Los Angeles home after a visit of several weeks in Delano as the guest of her son, Clarence Hardy, and Mrs. Hardy. TOMMY DRAKE of Delano spent the week end in Bakersfield as the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Drake, and other relatives. MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE MERCHANT of Delano are spending several days in Imperial valley on business. MR. AXD MRS. J. O. KOFAHL of the Associated Oil Company in Fellows are upending two weeks in San Francisco. MR. AND MRS. DJXON" TAYLOR of Lost Hills had as their guest for a week their son, Donald Taylor, who is attending the navy school at Mare Island. MISS MARY ANA SMITH Is home visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percival Smith, of Taft. Miss Smith is employed in Sacramento. MESDAMES JOHN REGAN AND ROY SHEETS, both of McFarland, transacted business in Delano recently. MRS. JAMES TATHAM and daughter, Barbara, of San Diego, a re visiting in Delano with Mrs. Tatham's brother, John Frey, and family and with friends. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BEYER and their daughter, Linda, are enjoying a 10-day vacation at Greenhorn Mountain Park. HAROLD HAINLINE has returned to Delano from a two-day business trip to Los Angeles. relieve (DUE TO COLDS) Prescribed by thousands off Doctors! Pertussin—a famous herbal remedy— Is scientifically prepared not only to quickly help relieve such coughing, but also it loosens and makes phlegm easier to raise. Safe and mighty effective for both old and young. Inexpensive! At all drugstores. Long Term—Monthly Payment We arrange "made-to-measure" loans on competitive terms and rates for buying your home, refinancing present loans, for repairs, or personal use. Get a "quick-action," low-cost home loan from ELMER KARPE 1517 Eighteenth Street Bakersfield, California CAL WILLIAMS Formerly at Dorraan Photo Shop for 15 Tears Has Opened His Own Photo Studio 1310 Eighteenth Street Just a Block and a Half East of the Sill Building Commercial Photos Picture Framing Church Weddings ^ Coloring Scenic Views Cal Williams Photo Service 1310 Eighteenth Phone 2-0646 West's Largest Jeweler* • 17 Stores to Servo You I than in the West 1434 Nln«U«nth Bak«rafl«ld CITRON BROCKS ••d OitraHteel Watch Repair!!! Dr. S. C. Long Physldftn-Surfeoa 1738 Truxtun Avenue Phone M352 FRANK M. BRANT, seaman first class. Is serving as a gunner with the armed guard aboard a merchant vessel somewtiere In the south Pacific, according to word received by his wife. Sammy L,ane Brant, of Fellows. Seaman Brant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brant of Taft, entered the service in April of this year. His wife and small daughter, Sandra, are living at the home of Mrs. Brant's parents, Air. and Mrs. J. B. Cook of Fellows. AIRS. CLARENCE Cl'RRY wns recently surprised with a party given in honor of her birthday anniversary at her home on the Richfield Fellows lease. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Forest Plummcr and son, Richard; Mr. and Airs. Ted Tratt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barker, Air. and Airs. Dick ker. * Miss Norma Lohr Will! Shaffer F. F. A. Wins 8aferr*ffffb CaHfornfatt Wednesday, October 4, 1944 3 MR. AXD MRS. C. W. JONES and children of Fellows and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. I,nns and children of Elk Hills wore recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Plummer of Elk Hills. GENE McDAXIELS. who is stationed at San Diego with the United States Navy, is home on a leave, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McDaniels, and sister, June, of the Western Water Company. A. L. HOWELL and children, Dallas and Del ores t have returned to their Delano home after a visit in San Diego, where the children hnd spent the summer with relatives. MR. AND MRS. DKLBERT HARRIS have returned from a two weeks' vacation spent at California Hot Springs, where Mr. Harris enjoyed deer hunting. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM PTP- KIN, former Delano residents, have returned to their Bakrrsfiold home after a recent visit in Delano with their daughter, Mrs. Albert Hiett, and family. TOM LOTT of Delano has loft for a business trip which will take him to Savannah, Mo. KNGAGEMENT TOLD —' Miss Xorrna Lohr, daughter of Mrs. Milton Lohr and the late Milton J. Lohr of Wasco, will be married November 3 to John "Williams Becker of Lons Beach. Shaffer Girl, 6, Wins First Prize at Fair Marilyn Johnson, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Shafter, find a second-grader at Lerdo School, started her career of exhibiting at Kern County Livestock Show at the age of 0. Her father, a member of the agriculture department faculty at Shafter High School, states that Marilyn's first effort as an exhibitor consisted of showing an SO-pound Hampshire lamb which she has tended during i he pant three months. The only disappointment the young shepherdess encountered was that she had se,t her heart on winning a red ribbon at the livestock show, but the judge, in awarding her lamb first place, presented her with a blue ribbon. Marry in November WASCO. Oi-t 4. —Mrs. Milton I/ohr of AVasro is announcing the engagement of her daughter, N'orma Luci!o I.ohr to John Williams Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Becker of Long Beach. The marriage will be 1-elebrated November 3 in the S hat to Chapel of First Congregational Church in Los Angeles with a reception following at Ambassador hotel. Miss Lohr. daughter of Mrs. Lohr and the late Milton J. Lohr, and a graduate >.-f Wasro schools, completed her second year at University of Southern California last June. She was a member of Delta Delta Delia sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of U. S. C. with the class of 1942 »nd was active in Phi Sigma Kappa during his school years. He is at present enpagcd in the advertising business with his father in Lon Beach. Prizes Fair Fellows P. T. A. to Laura Bolt Is P. T. A. g • I 1'pon tabulating the result? of their winnince at thf recent Kern County Livestock Show, Phafter Futwo Farmers found that they had won 1 crand championship. 1 championship. 4'i first places, 3'J seconds. Hi thirds, 7 fourths and 2 fifths. The 2? Individ u iN showinp for Shaft PI- Hiph School brought homo a total of jr.iu in prize money. The greatest amount was won by the shrop, which brought in $345. The grand championship wns won by Dean Burnqnist's Carnation Farms HoNU'in hull. Klmer Hapken's <"'orri<vinlo yrarlins ewo defeated tho best offerings of two older exhibitors. Fred .Starrh nnd Sbafter High School, to be named champion ewe. 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