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rrbites in FIRST METHODIST » Truxtun Avenue and H Street The Reverend N. A. Chr'.slonmen, Pastor The Reverend W. J. Rand. Jr.. Associate Sunda.- achool, 9:45 a. m., Mrs. T. R. Totton, general superintendent Morning •ervlce, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Without Me." The Reverend Mr. Chrls- tensen, preicblng. Evening service. 7:30 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Tho Empty House," The Reverend Mr. Rand preaching. Nursery for small babies and children up to 0 years old during the morning service. C:,10 n. m.. HiBh School Fellowship and "yountr People's meetings. "School for Christian Living." Monday evenlnp, 7:30 o'clock. Classes for all. Eudnklan class potluck dinner, 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening, Oechsll hall. W. S. C. S. Harvest Talent dinner for all women and their husbands. 6:30 p. m., Oechsll hall. Youth choir rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday In the sanctuary. Choir rehearsal, Thursday evening, 7:3(1 p. m., with Ronald Clark, director, and Mrs. A. R. Holslngton. nr- Fiyilst. Wesleyan Service Guild, Friday evening, 8 o'clock, at the home ot Mrs. Alice Van Horn, 1006 Dracena. FIRST BAPTIST Trvxtun Avenue Between \j and M Streets The Reverend Burton C. Barrett. Pastor The Reverend Sam Klelnsasser. Assistant Sunday school, 9:30 a. m., F. Pat Edmondson. general superintendent. Morn- Ing sei»rlce, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Light of Faith." Nursery care Is provided foe children under « years of age during the morning worship. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Bring Them In." Sunday, B-.JO p. m., Baptist Youth Fellowship. 8:45 p. m., B. T. Bit Slncsplratlon and fellowship hour for all servicemen and women and the youths of the church. 7:30 p. m., Sunday evening singtlme. The Reverend Mr. Klelnsnaser will preach nt both services Sunday. The ordinance of baptism will be administered at the evening service. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., midweek congregational assembly. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN (The Church of the Lutheran Hour) Twentieth and C Streets R. J. Jagels, Pastor Bunday school, 9:45 a. m.. Fred Schclhle, superintendent. Lesson: "Elijah and the Prophets ot Bnal." Two morning services, 8:45 and 11 o'clock. Sermon Hitbject, "Two Incentives for Mission Work." II Corinthians 6-19. Sundays. 11:30 a. m.. The Lutherun Hour over KPMC. with Dr. Walter A. Maier as speaker. Wednesday, 7 p. m., choir practice. Wednesday, 8 p. m., Walthcr League. Friday, 8 p. m.. Voters' Annembly meeting. Saturday, 9:30 a. m.. children's confirmation class. ________ FIRST UNITY TEMPLE 123 Southern Hotel Delia Shutts, Minister Wee Wisdom Choir, 9:30 a. m. Sunday •chool, 9:16 a. m. Subject, "The Service of the Chrlit Spirit. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Transcendent Life." Unity Temple open from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Dally "Silence" from 12:15 to 18.45. Reading room and refer ence facilities for students ot Christ'* teachings. Wednesday, study class at 2 p. m. Subject. "Obedience." Victory Prayer Corps, 7:30 p. m. Study class on the laws of prosperity, S p. m. Unity Business Club meets at Hotel El Tejon Thursday at 12 noon. 80UTHGATE SOUTHERN BAPTIST 2310 South K Street The Reverend J. Bruce Benson, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Earl Adkln •on, general superintendent. Morning serv Ice, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "Seel Ye Fir«t thu Kinirdom." Training Union 7 p. m., Hpgh Head, director. Eve.nini service. 8 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Man's Questions and God's Answers." Teacher and officers' meeting and prayer service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Missionary so clet.v every Thursday, 7:30 p. m.; Mrs G. F. Hendrlckson, president. Choir prac tlce every Friday, 7 p. m. This IH a new church and the pastor started his worl last Sunday, ______ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 1706 Seventeenth Street The Reverend John Murdoch. Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m, Leland Golds worthy, general superintendent. Mornln service, 11 o'clock. Theme. "Shadow Over America," Dr. Floyd C. Carrier, sec retary of American Temperance Society Washington. D. C- Westmineter Senlo •Youth Fellowship meeting, 7 p. m., at th home of Ann Tolle, 2600 San Emidio Topic. "Totalitarianism and Tyranny" leader. Larry Vincent. Thursday, 7 p. m. choir rehearsal. Friday, 7 p. m.. Bo Scouts. _______ FIRST CHURCH OF THE NA7ARF.NE Chester Avenue and Fourth Street The Reverend F. Arthur Anderson. Pasto Morning service. 11 o'clock. The Rev •rend Harold L, Volk will be the apeaker Junior Church, 11 a. m., a service fo children under 14 years. Young people' service at 6:30 p. m. Evening service 7:30 p. m., concluding service of the re vival campaign with the Reverend Harol L. Volk. evangelist, speaking. "The Naz •rene Young People'a Hour" each Sunda afternoon it 4 o'clock over radio static KERN. Midweek prayer meeting o Wednesday night at 7:80 o'clock. CHURCH OF CHRIST K. of P. Hall. Kern and Lake Street* W. C. Harrison. Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning ner Ice. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "Fou Roads to a Christian Life." Bible stilfij «:45 p. in. Preaching, 7:45 p. m. Wome of the church will serve lunch In th banquet room at 1 p. m., to be followe by a two-hour session of singing. PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 3701 L Street K. H. Townley, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Mornln Mi-vice, 11 o'clock. Evening service, o'clock. Reverend J. L. Miller will »pea Sunday at Bath services. Prayer meetin Tuesday. S p. m. and Friday 10 a. n Yotine people's service Wednesday, 8 p. m Jubilee service, Saturday, 8 p. tn. SALVATION ARMY Twentieth and K Streets Captain John Ritchie, Pastor Company meetings, 9:46 a. m.. Sam umher, leader. Lesson. "Saul's Sad nilure." Holiness service, 11 o'clock. . rmon subject "Abram's Separation rom Lot." Outpost Sunday school. 2:30 m. Jake Bowen. leader. Young People's eglon. S p. m. Lesson topic. "Our ounder." Street service, 7 n. m., at Ineteenth and L streets. Evangelistic ervlce, 7:30 p. m. Sermon. "Spiritual reedom ' Tuesday, 7:30 p, m., teachers' ainlng class. 8:30 p. m.. leadership traln- g by Captain Ritchie. Wednesday, 10 m.. Ladies' Home league at 429 East wcnt.v-flrst street. Thursday. 7:30 p. m.. icet service. 8 p. m.. Bible study, prayer • rvlre. Friday, 2:30 n. m.. radio serve over KPMC.; 7:30 p. m.. Corps Cadets ml platform drill Saturday, 7:30 p. m.. reet se:'vl,',e at Nineteenth and K streets: p. m.. Fr«e and Glory service. Message. The Believer's Welfare." CALVARY BAPTIST Nlles Street at Kern Honry J- Lorenz, Pastor Sunday srhool, 9:45 a. m., Ben Herndfin, enerul superintendent. Morning service. I o'clock. Choir selection, "Redeeming ove." "Love That la of God." Homeoorn- ng day potluck at the noon hour, with fternoon riosram starting at 2 o'clock, haplnin C. Evans of Minter Field, guest penker. 8:30 p. m., Wnshtnuton Junior I'-h School orcheptra will present a pro- ram. 3 p. m., "Bells ot Liberty." Mu- Ical and Inspirational, with *lx singers, o'clock, Junior hlfih, senior B. Y. F. enrenera adult Bible clave. 8 o'clock, venins service. Message, "This Is the Ictory." _______ FIRST Cni'RCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Eighteenth and C Streets A branch ot The Mother Church. The First Church of Christ. Scientist, In Boson. Mass. Sunday school, 9:30 and 11 . m. for pupil* up to 20 years of age. tornlne service. 11 o'clock. Lesson-ser- on subject. "Are Sin, Disease and Death ieal?" Evcnlnuc service, 8 o'clock. The Wednesday meeting at 8 p. m. Includes estimonies of Christian Science hettllnc. 'he free public Reading Room maintained jy the church at No. 5, Arcade, Haber- elde building. Seventeenth and Chester, is pen dally except Sunday and holidays, rom 10 to 5, evenings 7 to 9, closing Wednesday at S. ST. MARK'S METHOniST Building: Site, Hurrle Avenue Between Norris Road and Second Street The Reverend Wlliard J. Rand, Jr.. Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning serv re. 11 o'clock. Evening service, 7:30 'flock. "The Empty House." Inntiilla ion ot the cabinet of the Youth Fellow- hip. Services held at the First Methodist "hurch. Monthly social meeting of St. lark's Youth Fellowship at the home 'Ol Mary Sue Flynn, 2307 Olympic Drive. 2 o'clock. Official board meeting Tuesday evening, 7:30 o'clock, at the home of the Reverend and Mrs. Rand, 247 Highland Drive. GOSPEL, GLEANERS 1701 Nlles Street C. D. Spencer, Pastor T/. D. Krause, Associate Pastor Sunday school, 9:46 a. m. Mrs. Esther Young, superintendent. Morning service II o'clock. Sermon iubject. "Similarity ol Christ and His Followers." Evening serv .re, 7:30 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Terror of the Lord." Tuesday, evening Bible study. Wednesday. 2:30 p. m prayer maeilng. Thursday evening, young people, Sergeant Al Molso, president. FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST River Boulevard and Water Street The Reverend O. F. Loving, Pastor Sunday school, 9:46 a. m. Morning serv Ice, 11 o'clock. Aubrey Hefner will direc the music. Sermon subject. "Grace o Ood." Training Union. 6:30 p. m. Eve nlng service, 7:30 o'clock. Sermon subject "Prophecy From the Book of Revelation.' Baptismal services Sunday. Choir re hearsal Friday. 7:30 p. m. CHTRCn OF JE8C9 CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS King and Monterey Streets Wayne B. Taylor. Branch President Sunday school, 10 to 11:30 a. m., Eldot Younc, superintendent. Evening service 7:30 o'clock. Special -program. Priest hood meeting. Monday, 7:30 p. m. Relle Society, Tuesday, 2 p. m. M. F. A.. Tnes day. 7:30 )>. m. Primary for the chi! dren, Thursday. 4 p. m. SOCTH SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 930 L Street Paul F. Cook, Pastor Sunday school, 9:46 a. m., Mamie Shoop man, general superintendent. Morn in service. 11 o'clock. Pastor Paul F. Coo speaking. Sermon subject, "Putlin Prayer To Work." Evening service, 7:4 o'clock. Evangelist Cecil Grlce, speake for special evangelistic service. Servlc each evening. 7:46. except Monday. LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH Eighteenth a.nd D Street*, Woman'* Clu John Bruneer, student pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Adult Blbl class, Mr*. Albert Woltmann, superlnten dent. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Hidden Treasures." Churc paper week. October 8-16. Wednesday 7:30 p. m., Sunday achool teacher* an officer* meeting. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL Seventeenth and "Eye" Streets The Reverend Ralph H. Cox, Rector At 8 a. m.. Holy Communion: 9:45 a. in children'* service and church school: 1 a. m.. morning service and sermon. Cues preacher for the day will be the Reveren O. W. Nlckle, general missionary to th district of Arizona. FAITH TABERNACLE Height and Nelson Mro. E. B. Smith, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Mnrnin service, 11 o'clock. Evening service, o'clock. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Seventeenth and G Streets Thomas Fenwick Lund, Th D., D D. Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morninir serve, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "Sizing p the Folk* Next Door." A new hearing .•st.'tn has been Installed throughout the nirch by which the hard-of-henrlng may ow be rented anywhere m the church nd hear well. A nursery is kept for ounffer children. High school choir re- earsaU • p. m. Church of Youth. 1:30 m. '.Orpran recital, 7:45 p. m:, by Mrs. OPS wishc-rd. Opening of the Bukersfield unday evening forum, 8 p. m Dr. Willin G. Campbell, professor In the depart- ent of education, I'nlverslty of South- rn California, will speak on "Latin Amera Faces i New Day." Doctor Campbell III also shmv technicolor moving pictures ( the South American countries taken uring his trips there. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Seventeenth and O Streets W. K. Long. Pastor L. L. Davlcs. Associate Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Hazel Alexnder, superintendent. Morning service, 1 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Who Is My' ^elffhhor?" Evening service. 7:45 o'clock. ermon sub.1e.ft, "D-Day for thv Church." 'hrist'a Ambassador*, 8:30 p. m.; Grace linTfer. president. Radio programs, •CERN. "The Church by thn Side of the oad." 9 a. m.; The Victory Hour, 10 p. m. TRINITY METHODIST Niles and King Streets Dillon Wesley Throckmorton, Minister Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Rally day n the church school. Morning service, 11 'clock. Bakersfleld Optimist Club mem- ers will he honored guests In the service, ulmlnating the International Week'* oh- ervance. Nursery for the children. Ser- lon, "Optimistically Accept the New Age." :30 P. m.. Youth Fellowship services. The Heverend Charles Wesley Opie. radio ireacher, will speak. CHt'RCH OF THE BRETHREN 329 A Street JS. J. Glover. Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Because of he district meeting at Lindney. there will >e no preaohlnjf service either mornlne or vening. Prayer meeting Thursday. 7:30 j. tn. On October M> a report will , he Riven on the district meeting. The Intermediate hoys will have nn overnight trip October 21. CHURCH OF CHRIST 630 California Avenue Curtis W. Posey. Minister Sunday school, 10 a. tn. Morning nerv ce. 11 o'cl.v-k. Evening service. 8 o'clock, ^onu drill and Bible study, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Bible classes Thursday. Youns Folks' Bible study Friday, S p. m. Radio programs, Sunday. 12:30 and 4:30 p. m.. KPMC ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC 1515 Baker Street Father Thoma* J. Earley. Pastor Father Ignatius Loughran. Assistant Pastor Sunday masses. 7, 9. 10:30 a. m. and 12 noon. Week-day masses. 7:30 a. m. Tiles day. Mother of Perpetual Help Novena 7:30 p. ni. CHURCH OF CHRIST 611 East Eighteenth Street Morning service, 10:30 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Our High Calling." Evening service. 8 o'clock. Sermrm subject, "Th< Dividing Line." Odell White Is conduct Ing revival meetings through October 15 ai 8 p. m. Soroptimists to Mark Founding Comprising the dinner meeting of the Soroptimist Club of Bakersfield will be a Founder's Day program, and initiation ceremonies for two new members, Misses Ruth Lester and Mary Ellen Ha^en, on Monday at 6:45 p. m. at Hotel El Tejon. Mrs. Prank Hornkokl will preside and Mrs. Mabel Dodge Is in charge ot presenting the special program which commemorates the founding of. the National Soroptt mists Club. To represent the organization at the Soroptimist convention on November 11, in Los Angeles will be Mrs. Hornkokl, Miss Hilda O'Neill, and Mrs. H. B. Meryweather. Optimist Members Will Be Guests To be honored guests of Sunday services of the Trinity Methodis Church are the members of the Or ttmlst Club, of Bakersfield, accord Ing to the Reverend D. W. Throck morton, pastor. The Reverend Charles Wesle; Opie, an Optimist, will be the gucs speaker of the evening services, th Reverend Mr. Thvockmorton said. Completing Optimist week, thi will be the fifth annual observanc in which members of the Bakersfiel Optimist Club have accepted the In vitation of the church for the spe cial services. Sunday—Opening of forum. Con- regational Church, 7:45 p. m. Dan- sh banquet nt 7:30 p. m., palm oom, Bakersfleld Inn, concluding wo-day state convention. Monday—General meeting of the Bakersfield Woman's Club, 2 p. m. n the clubhouse. California State Nurse Associa- ton. District No. 4, at 8 p. m., Kern eneral Hospital Auditorium. Soroptimist dinner meeting. Hotel 11 Tejon, 6:45 p. m. Tuesilay—Stockdale women's organization at 1 p. m. in the Stock- lale clubhouse. Speech class, Business nnd Proles- ional Women's Club, 7:30 p. m. at rVilllam Penn School. Cadet Wives' Club in the Bakers- leld Woman's Club, 8 p. m. Minter Field Woman's Club Red ross at production center, Twenty- irst street and Chester avenue, all- day session. Wednesday—B'nai B'rith Auxll- ary tea in the social hall, 8 p. m. Red Cross meeting of Minter Field Woman's Club in the field sewing •com, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Forum sponsored by Bakersfield Evening High School, at Standard School, 8 p. m. Thursday—Music Association concert nt Fox theater at 8:30 p. m. Friday—First meeting Chapter HY, P. E. O. Sisterhood, 7:30 p. m. lace to be announced. Saturday—Annual membership tea of League of Women Voters, 2:30 p. m., Woman's Club. Bakersfield branch, American Association of University Women, 8 i. m. Bakersfield Woman's Club auditorium. B'nai B'rith Unit Tea Is Wednesday Plans are bring formulated by the B'n:ii B'rith women for a tea on Wednesday, O-tohpr 11. at the B'nai Jacob social hall, and a public war service drive on October 28 at Bakersfield Inn. Hostesses for the tea have been recently announced and are Mes- danics Jack Landson, Aaron Zels- mon. Robert Strauss, and Charles Klein. Presiding nt the tea table wi'.l be Mrs. Louis Younger and Jlrs. I'. Root. Mesdames William Solomon, Oscar Praisen, Henry Tagger, Morris Weidtnnre, nnd Harry Stanot'C will serve on the Renoral tea committee. •Special guest or honor of the day will be Mrs. Benjamin Rosen- thai, president of Women's Grand Lodge, district 4, of B'nai B'rith. High Officer to Pay Visit to Local Club Mrs. Julia C. N. Folpy of Los An- eles, state regional director of Call ornia and supreme national vice- resident, will be a special guest at he meeting of the Woman's Benefit ssociatlon Tuesday, The meeting vill be held nt S p. m. in the Knights f Pythias hall. . Others who will attend as guests nclude Mrs. Mabel Palmer of San Bernardino, state deputy, and Mrs. 1. Doremus of Los Angeles, nurse. Several others will also be In at eudance. Mrs. R. W. Roberts, president of he local organization, requests all nembers to be present. "Brief Music," Play Has AII-GirlCast Will Be Presented by J. C. Students on November 18 Miss Mary Combos, sophomore student at Bakersfield Junior College, and Miss Owinda Moss, freshman, portray the leading characters In "Brief Music," a play by Emmet Lavery, to be presented by the Junior college student body on Saturday, November 18. As Spiff, one of the three occupants of the college dormitory room in which the action of the play takes place. Miss Gombos is the Amazon type, good looking in an athletic way. Miss Moss, as Drizzle, the second of. the trio, offers contrast to Miss Gombos, being frail, very intense, and a poet. She travels the road from suicidal melancholy to near genius. Lovey, who completes the trio, Is portrayed by Miss Evelyn I^a caster. Lovey is the class beauty who causes a sensation when she elopes. The all-woman cast also includes Miss Sally Prewitt, as Minnie, the campus smoothie; Miss Marjorie Yaeck as Maggie, the col lege girl who has developed a social conscience; Miss Joy Simos as Rosey, the college oracle; and Miss Lynette Christensen as Jinx, the eternal straggler. "Brief Music" has previously been presented at the Pasadena Playhouse and at Mills College, where, under the title of "Lark on the Wing," the productions were successful. Miss Ethel Robinson, drama and speech instructor, is directing the junior college presentation. Presbyterians to Hear Rev. Carrier Guest speaker at the First Presbyterian Church services Sunday will be the Reverend Floyd C. Carrier, national secretary of the American Temperance Society with head quarters in Washington, D. C., according to the Reverend John Murdoch, pastor of the church. The Reverend Mr. Murdoch said "He spoke in S8 states last year to hundreds of thousands, bringing i message thoroughly documented anc particularly Inspiring." "Shadows Over America" is the title of the sermon the Reverent Mr. Carrier will deliver. CHURCH OF CHRIST 61« Norri* Road W. D. Wheatland, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. C. L. Berry. luperintendent. Wornine service, 10:46 e'clock. Mrs. W. R. Wheatland will brini the message In the absence of the mill- Inter. Evening service. 7:30 o'clock. Miss Snrah Kelsy. missionary to Alaska, will he th* evening speaker. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.; radio broadcast over KPMC. 2:30 to 3 P. m.: Wednesday. Bible class; Thursday, women's clans will meet all day to sew for Red Croes. T'AMONT MISSIONARY CHURCH 333 Weed Patch Highway. Lament The Reverend 8. K. Dunham, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 ft. m. H. O. Lackey. superintendent. Morning worship. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Spiritual Kmphasls of Baptism." Baptlamal serv- J Ices Sunday, 2:30 p. m.. In main canal. t miles west of Weed Patch. Baptist Training Union, 7 p. m.: preavhlrtg, R p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible study Wednes- Pray da£ I p. m. ST. PAUI/8 BAPTIST Delano The Reverend K. F. Felix. Pastor Dedication service Sunday. 3 p. m. The Reverend H. A. Green will give the dedicatory sermon. Registered NURSES Wanted FOR NEW 100 BED WING * IN CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL HMO* NurtM Mix*d Floor Surgical Emergency, 4»y Emergency, night Operating room Scrub Abo General Floor Nurt«», Day Mid Night TBANSPORTATION ALLOWANCE GOOD SALARIES etv» full d«triU W op«ri«iK» lit !•»•* H02 OMM % OMwnhi CHURCH OF CHRIST Fellows S. W. Dyer, Minister Sunday school, 9:45 a., m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon by Lieutenant Don Jones. Gardner Field. Basket dinner. 12 noon. Afternoon service, 2 p. m. Sermon by Chaplain C. Paul. Gardner Field. Evening; service, 6:30 p. m., Bible study and prayer sorvice. 6onr service. 7:30 p. m. Special music. Sermon by Lawr&nce Balrd. Fresno. ____^ CHURCH OF CHRIST Fourth and Harlow. McFarland K, It, Borden. Jr.. and E. M. Borden, Sr., Ministers Bible clashes, 10 a. hi.; preaching, 11 a. m. Subject, "Walking After the Flesh." Preaching, 7:30 p. m. Subject, Who Is on the Lord's Side?" Bible drill Thursday. 7:45 p. m. E. M. Borden. Jr.. will preach at the morning servic-p. and K. M. Borden, Sr., will deliver the evening address. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST 615 Kern Street, Taft A branch of The Mother Church, The Flret Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Muss. Sunday school. 9:30 a. in. Morninn: service. 11 o'clock. Sermon sub- .tect. "Are Sin, Disease and Death Heal?" Wednesday evening meeting. 8 o'clock. The reading room In front of the church is open 12 noon to 5 p. ra. daily except Sundays and holidays. CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOR, LUTHERAN Delano The Reverend Alvin C. Streufert, Pastor Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.; morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Christian Conversation.". The junior choir meets for rehearsal each Saturday at 10:30. The junior confirmation class meets at 9:15 a. m. each Saturday. CHURCH OF GOD Olldale Drive and El Tejon Avenue, Oildale Th« Reverend R. R. Green, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 *. m.; morning service. 10:45 o'clock. Sermon subject. "The Will of God." Evening service. 7:45 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The New Man." Toung People's Service, 7 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Lament James P. Galbraith. Minister Bible classes. 10 a. m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Way of Life." (Matthew 7:13, 14). Evening service, 7:39 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Fulfilled Prophecy" (Matthew 5:17). THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Boy Scouts Building, Buttonwlllovr E. M. Taylor, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. tn.: morning service. 11 o'clock. Radio programs Sunday, 12:30 and 4:30 p. m.. KPMQ. CHURCH OF CHRIST «67 Santa F« Highway, Shatter E. M. Borden, Minister Bible .classes, 10 a. m.; preaching. 11 a. m. Subject, "Reward at the End of the Race." Evening aervice, 7:30 p. m. FOURSQUARE CHURCH 2-6 Chester Avenue Reverends Max and Klla Levlne, Pastors Sunday tichoo), 9:45 n. m.; morning service. 11 o'clock. "What Is That In Thine Hand?" Evening service. 7:30 o'clock. Sermon subject. "A Glimpse of the After Life." Radio broadcast from the church at 7:30 to 8 p. m. Also the revival service, with Evangelist Adelaide Mills in charge, will begin October 15. COMMUNITY METHODIST The Reverend Ronald H. White, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m,; morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon «ubject, 'What Do You Know for Sure?" Evening service, 7:45 o'clock. Sermon subject, 'Belief and the Christian Life." Thin will be based on Kdwln Lewis' hook, "The Practice of the Christian Life." Fellowship for youths of hit-h school age every Sunday at 7 p. m. Mrs. White, adviser. FIRST UNITY TEMPLE 631 North Street. Taft Delia Shutts. Minister Taft Residence, Savoy Hotel Sunda;- school, !):4. r i a. m. Lewis Throop. superintendent. Evening service, S o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Transcendant Life." Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rathbone are In charge of tliu work on tho West Side. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST Eleventh and Kensington, Delano A branch of The Mother Church, Th First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Bos ton, Mass. Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock Lesson-sermon subject. "Are Sin, Diseas< and Death Real?" Wednesday meeting a p. m. The reading room Is open on Monday. Wednesday and Friday Irora 3 U 6:30 p. m. PANAMA CONGREGATIONAL John S. Buua, Pastor Sunday school. 10 a. m. Mornlns serv Ice. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "Chris Our Guide in Prayer." Evening service. o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Candle o the Lord." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sixth and E Streets. Wasco A branch of The Mother Church, The Firet Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston. Mans. Sunday school, 10 a. in., for pupils up to 20 jears of aire. Morning service, "11 o'clock. The lesson-sermon subject, "Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?" COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL Corner Lincoln and California Streets, Oildale Thu Reverend Charles W. Opie, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Mrs. F.dna McNaughton, superintendent. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday. 2 p. m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Kernvllle A branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boa- ton, Maaa. Sunday school, 11 a, m., for pupils up to 20 yean of age. Morning aerv- ice, 11 o'clock. Lesson-sermon subject, "Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?" TAFT LUTHERAN Girl Scout Hall on Calvin Street R. J. Jagels, Paator Sunda:- school aessloh at 7 p. m. Evening servicu, S o'clock. Sermon aubject, "Incentive* (or Mission Work," 3 Corinthians 5. 19. LUTHERAN SUNDAY SCHOOL Bertha P. Elliott Hall, Olldala R. J. Jatlels, Pastor Bunday school, 9:30 a. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Woina'i'u Club Building. Shatter Mornlnj service. 10:30 o'clock. Evening service, 8 o clock. Bill Lynch of Delano will preach at both the morning and evening services. Tune in Sunday* The Old Fashioned Revival Ho«r KPMC 10-11 P. M. International Gospel Broadcast Charles E. Fuller Director USHERETTES TO ASSISULUB LUNCHEON HELD TO PLAN EVENTS OF NEW SEASON gfae gakerrtieft Caltfornian Soturdoy, October 7, 1944 5 To complete plans for their ditties throughout the club year, nnd to arnuise for n candy booth and cigarette deu at the rlub's country fair In November, ushen-ttes of Bakersfield "Woman's riub. met recently at the home of Mr«. Harry C. Gardner. 1!71< Chester l.nne for luncheon. Present plans call for a garb of pinafore? and jeans at the fair. Elaborate Ice-blue dinner dresses have been chosen for the regular club meeting duties. There was tentative discussion of a Mardl Cras in February, although no definite, plans have been made beyond the holiday soason. Mrs. Gardner served .1 charmingly arranged luncheon laying places for Mrs. George W. Gill. Jr.. chairman: Mrs. W. C. Vilas and Mrs. Frank Estribou, co-chairman; and Mea- dames R. L. Stockton, Jr.. J. Sterling Shea, K. R. Houghmnn, William C. Johnson, Frank Estritaou. R. E. Gignoux, D. S. Strlcklcn, J. "Wetherspoon, nnd Miss Bornice Lynn, ushers, and Mrs. Emmett Henley, gues. BIDDEN 7 TO CLASSES Invitation has been extended to all women to attend the weekly meeting on Sunday at 9:45 a. m. of the Friendly Fldells Sunday School class of First Christian Church, according to Mrs. Pearl Ahlf, who teaches the Bible lesson each week. SOCIETY PARADE Delta Tlit'ta Tun Meet Plans for a breakfast to bo hold unday at the home of Mrs. Chester James, 2548 La Siesta Drive, were made when Delta Theta Tau soror- ty members met recently. The group also made tentative ilans for a Founders Day celebra- .Ion to be held October 16, Mrs. Ed Wolfe In charge. Mrs, Ralph Thaxton reported on the Inter-Sorority dance which will be held In the palm room of Bakersfield Inn, December 2. The sorority Is sponsoring a rummage sale October 17-18, Miss Donna Bishop in charge; with Mrs. Lester Boynton reporting on a card party neld last month. Miss Lorraine Bayes will represent the group at the province convention to be held In Sacramento November 11-12. On November 9, Mrs. R. Max Hull, national president, will visit the group here. Mrs. George Peters presided. Members are: Mesdames— Edward Ponton Floyd Stevens Chester James • Donald Marrellus Art Hut ford P.oger Denneu Ralph Thaxton Mervln AI. Ed Wolfn Ackernrmn OGOrce Peters Hazel SllKi'r James Lyons t'onsoline Olrlnam S. M. Bryson Hazel Shclrlon Verne Shatto Harold Tabcr D. A. Boynton Tna Priiett Marjorie Grothaus Louise Hall Lorraine Raves AlyceWebb Mary Carmen Forrester » Fete Two- Year-Old A birthday party was given by Lieutenant and Mrs. Gerald L. Davis recently in honor of their son, Ellis Fuller, Jr., age 2, at their home, 2310 Truxtun avenue. A cake decorated with pink and blue icing and surmounted with two small candles was served. Many gifts were presented to the guest of honor. Those present Included: Mesdames — W. M. Moseslan Herman Schneeckle Wallace Kckheart Roy Farr Laura Phillips Llin Skinner Lieutenant and Mrs. C. 8. Jackson Children — Ralph Moseeian Raye Mososian Janet Srlineeckle Marie Eckheart Roy Farr. Jr. T.aura Lou Phillips Connell Oliver • * • Announce Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosevoar have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Lois Kehoe, to Patrick Kindred of Bremerton, Wash. A double ring ceremony was performed by the Reverend Mr. Ronff of the Baptist Church of Montebello at thc home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Trls Scrlbner, in Pico, Calif. Close friends and relatives of the family were in attendance. After a brief wedding trip in Huntington Beach, the couple will make their home in Bremerton, where Mr. Kindred is employed. Delia Zeta Delia Gamma chapter of the Delta Zeta Delta sorority, alumnae of Santa Barbara State College, met recently at the home of Mrs. Charles Holden 2207 A street, in observance ol Founders Day. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. John BIdart, president of the organization. Plans were made for the several girls to attend celebration of the twentieth anniversary of Delta Zeta Delta in connection with a Founders Day luncheon at El Paseo In Santa Barbara Sunday. Those going are Floyd Johnson, George Harper, Louden Bell, John BIdart, Sherman Derbyshire and Miss Dorothy May Gibson. Refreshments centered around a large cake iced In the sorority colors, purple and gold. The next meeting will be held November 16 at the home of Mrs. George Harper, 281! Hermosa Drive. Members are: Mesdames— Floyd Johnson Louden Bell Charles Holden Milton Johnson John BIdart Clark Spiers Jack Jarle Heorse Harper Walter Kupfer Sherman Derby- Donald Taple shire William E. Powell Miss Dorothy May Gibson * • • Club Has Constitution Constitution of the newly formed Nonam Club was accepted by club members at a meeting held recently at the home of Miss Maxine Mooney, 331 Eighteenth street. New members who were introduced at the club meeting were Miss Lucille Dow, Miss La Verne DeWeese, and Miss Evelyn Chrlstensen. Officers to take up their new duties are Miss Maxine Mooney, president; Miss Lorraine Preston, vice- president; Miss Irene Croft, secretary-treasurer; and Miss Joyce Rowland, publicity manager. Members are: Misses-^ Reception to Mark A. A. U. W. Meeting At the first ineetinp of Bakersfield Branch, American Association of University Women, tonieht at 8 p. rn.. in flakersflfld Woman's Clubhouse, new :in<l prospective members and nthr-r quests will ho honored at n reception. Special quests of the evenine will be Miss Ysabel Forker. state president; Mrs. Joseph l.e Tonte. state cor- respondimz' secretary: Mrs. H. V. Dorid. state chnirman of education; Mrs. Kmcr?nn Hurt on. I'or- terville, state arts chairman; XHs3 Eleanor Wilson, on the stale committee for social studies; Mrs. Robert L. Shreve, serving; en the state committee for the economic and lepal status of women, ^s well as Miss Alexandra Brmlshaw, well known artist who will be the. speaker of the evenine;. and the Five Sharps, musical ensemble, Misses Marcia McKee. Carol Hols- ington, Nancy Rosenthal and ICHz- abeth Hoislngton. Miss Korker and Mrs. Le Conte will pour. Chairman of the arrangements committee for the evening's affair is Miss Eloise Nelson. Mrs. Theron McCuen Is in charge of refreshments. Anyone interested in joining the Bakersfleld branch of A. A. U. \V. Is especially Invited. Christian Living School Continues Mrs. Harold Hartsough of llanforrt will speak on "The Effective Presentation of Lesson Materials." and H. W. Kelley, principal of Shaftcr High School, will emphasize the need for community recreation when the second session of the School of Christian Living convenes Monday at First Methodist Church. A total of 125 persons enrolled last Monday evening. Registrations are still being taken for those who failed to attend the first night. Persons may register Monday at 7:30 p. m. INSTALLATION IS HELD FOR CLUB MRS. SINGLETON HEADS RITES FOR TWO LEADERS Mrs. A. B. Shore war, installed a a •ersident of. Northof-the-River Woman's Service Club and Mrs. Yriii'/'-y Paulson, as vice-president, by Mr-;. Stanley Singleton, junior past president, whon members met Wednesday night at Elliott ball for a meeting and politick supper. The moving to Oakland of Mrs. Arnold Peters, and the subsequent advancement of Mrs. Shore to the top office, occasional the vacancy as vice-president, now filled by Mrs. Paulson. Mrs. Paulson announced that Thursday bridge club meetings will he canceled In favor of Red Cross work on that day, and Mrs. H. H. Sanders, financial chairman, announced will be held with war stamps given as prizes. A kitchen "kitty" to finance supplies for the club's kitchen, is planned, and a membership drive will be undertaken immediately with Mrs. Floyd LaGraffe and Mrs. Earl Musgrave. ns the captains. Mrs. Shore made a plea for workers on Red Cross surgical dressings, and reminded members of the change in date of regular club meetings, now to be held On the first Wednesday of every month. Will Name Delegates to Nurses' Meeting Delegates to attend the annual convention to be held next month in San Francisco will be elected when the California State Nurses Association District No. 4, meet Monday at 8 p. m. in the Kern General Hopital auditorium. A brief meeting will be held; all members are requested to attend. A meeting of all staff nurses will be held during the latter part of the evening. Beverly Cook Julia Anderson Barbara Wiley Frances Elsen.wteln La Verne DeWepse Betty Bf'titty Mnxine Mooney Lurlllo Dowe Irene Croft Kvelyn Chrlstensen I.nrrnine Preston First Congregational Church 11:00 Morning Service Dr. Lund Speaks on : "SIZING UP THE FOLKS NEXT DOOR" 8:00 Opening Night BAKERSFIELD SUNDAY EVENING FORUM Guest Speaker: DR. WM. G. CAMPBELL World Traveler, Educator, Lecturer Dr. Campbell Speaks on : "LATIN AMERICA FACES A NEW DAY" Technicolor movies will he shown, taken by Doctor Campbell on his trips to the great southlands. '•" DON'T MISS THIS OPENING TRk'AT WHERE JESUS IS REAL 11 A. M., Worship Service WHO IS MY NEIGHBOR? W. E. Loug, Pastor Evening Service, 7:45 D-DAY FOR THE CHURCH Dial KERN for "The Church by the Side of the Road" 9 A. M. and "THE VICTORY HOUR" 10 P. M. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Seventeenth and O Streets W. E. LONG L. L. DAVIES Rally Day SUNDAY October 8 First Christian Church Sixteenth and "Eye" Streets 9:30—Bible School (General Assembly) SERMON TOPICS 10:50 A. M.—"The Church In Action" 7 :30 P. M.—"In the Whirlwind and la the Storm" Reverend Hollisler B. Miller, Pastor Reverend Adelaide Mills An Invitation to Hear Rev. Adelaide Mills Famous Woman Baritone Singer mill Inspiring Preacher DIFFERENT, DYNAMIC, FORCEFUL and Elizabeth Coe Talented Evangelistic Pianist, in a Stirring Revival Campaign Opening Sunday, October 15, 7:30 P. M. Services Nightly Except Monday and Saturday FOURSQUARE CHURCH Reverend Max and Ella Levlne, Co-Paatori 226 Chester Avenue Beginning Sunday Evangelist CECIL GRICE Southside Assembly of God 930 L Street SERVICE BACH EVENING 7 :-!." o'clock Except Monday cou Chester Avenue at Fourth Street, Bakersfleld Last Opportunity to Hear EVANGELIST HAROLD L VOLK Sunday, October 8 Services 11:00 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Listen in to KKRN for the iNaznreuo Young People's Hour at 4 o'cloc'k.

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