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THE flAKERSFIELD CALIFOHWAN, MONDAY/SfiPtEMBfeft 21, COMMUNITY §g^aa»r>., -. ; ;'• V • '. McFarland Church Elects Officers in_All-Day Meet (Nf,rrlnl In Tlir, raUfornian) M VKAK1 AND Kept. 21.—MrH. A. i orchid candles was nerved In honor H Crobcr WIXH re-elected prosl-! or the following: Mrs. K. H. Steward, dent ot tho I,nillps' Aid nl tho regn- Mr». Henry Wnlde, Mr*. J. K. Will- Inr nipotlnsf held Thursday lit thp Inms and MI-M. Lawrence Davln. Hoclnl rooms <>f "»• Church of the | MI-M. II. C. Hhlck presided at. Uio Urothren. An nil iln.v session wim ' rlpvolloiml service rind nil prnsonl as- hold with n potlnclt dinner nt nonn. ' H | H | PI | w |th knotting a comfort, nnd nt whl'-h Reverend J. I. Cnffrmm | M doing hand sewing. During tho ami \ndre\v MHcliPHHtaff wore "I"" , Hummer thn Aid nnd tho friendship clui guest'-, i ''lull hnvo rnniiPd IHO riuarlH of Other officer* who w.lll act for thpj fruit for !,n. Verne College. Twenty- rlmle Mr» Kd Halter, vice j two qunrtM of HIP fruit was don,i MI-H s/M. llowmnn, HM-' iitpd by Knrle H. Weller nnd tho re- MI-H T. W. Imvl.M, . mulndcr liy D. !•. \Vhlslor and 10. VV. GET PLAY PLAN Delano Residents in News teiidpnl of work: Mm. Until Hoot, fruit growers of n, her assistant: Mr". tleorgo I miinlly. lh« Hllinill' II II'"I iir*nm m 111 , '•• • •'• • •-.•••/-«•• ...- j • Hosteller mid MTH li.-rtln. Allllor, I Attending IhP meeting woro MPS- hlrtlidny i-oinmlttp.- nnd Mrs. H. C. j dimifn H. Al. Itowman. T. W. Shirk iiml Mrs. I'M Ht.'wnril. com mlttpp for dpvi)tliinnl«. Mil Steward, I'M Haker. I.. H. llyl- ton H f Hlilrlt, Andrew Illlrknn- IMf^l' MM I I"- \ IM l"l"> !»'• I'MI, l« . Mrs II II. Slnhl Ijiikpd a cnln' Hinff. J. I. foffman, IJprlha Mlllnr. whlrh u;i- uprvpd In honor of thosu • huwrrnr.. Unvln. C. DnvlH, llonry rolPhruiliiK tlH-lr hlrthdiij-B durlnu i \Vnldo. Mcor«« HoBtPtlp.r, Itulli Kllm- thlM month. The calto dccorntpd In | nion, C'. K. Moomruv nnd It. II. Kri'fn nnd yellow nnd lopped with i Kt.alil ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ DR. PAINLESS PARKER DENTIST 20th and CHESTER AVENUE BAKERSFIELD Leaders Confer on Project to Extend WPA Program to Mountain City I'ripi'nlal In The (HiHfiirntun i TKHACHAPf, Sepl. 21.—Mrs. iflv. trott (,'nplto nnd II. J. Hath. Kern county recreational director, were re- eont. vltdiiirH horn qonforrlnK with a I'ommlltoii In connection with tho VV'I'A recreational program. Thorni pronf.'iit at thn uommltlea mooting were, tho grnbhnr Bchool hoard, II. M. ('owan, H. .1. lion.it- word nnd Hob Nel«on; tho flnverend I 1 '. O. Wyntt, A. A. I'"nrrnr, reprpHon- tntlvn of tho city council; Mrs Ther- pKii I'VerlchN, prpHldnnl of tho American LoKlon niixllliiry, MrM. Krnewt I'VirrlH, pi-PHldcnt of tho local I'. T. A. and f'Mydn IJrltn of thr- American legion, who deled UK chairman. Progriinw Surcensftil Thewe roci-pntlonnl proKrnntH liavo | been very Riicci'UHl'ul In tunny com- I munltleH all over the county and II i IH hoppd to iriatiKiiraln one hero. Tho I county fiirlilHhPH tho eriulpmont, j which can only l-e ItiHlalled on ! county properly, nnd unporvlnnrn to | uveriiee Ih" 1 ni'tlvllloH. ATr. Hrlto unld ] Hint membpfH of the American I«e- Klon nnd tho Kxchango Club nnd uthorn hnd vnltiriteered their help for thn Inntnllntlon of tho cnutji- ment. NlKlit Hull (Jnmrn I'nrt of the program InclndeH night hull gamoB for which floodllRhtB (ire IOWH lodge. DBIvANO, Sept. 21.—Mr. and Mr». Leland Thompson aro announcing tho arrival of twin boys In their homo, tho babies being born on September IH at Iho local hospital whero mother and babies aro doing nlwly. Mm. Thompson will bo re! numbered on Mlso Lucille Schlltz (and Mr. and Mr«. Krnnk Hchllt/. aro i tho proud grnndimrenlH and MTU. i l.,noy Dorscy, well known pioneer, Is tho grout grandmother of tho babies. Mr. and ,Mrn. J. O. 3amf.it had ns their recent guests, Mrs. James" sister, Mrs. Samuel Htotit. Mr. Stout, and their won lOnrl Kramer and Mrs. Kramer, all of Hound vnlley. Thoy worn en routo to IXJB Angeles where Mr. Knuner will outer the | Bible Institute. i Mrs. C. I,. MeCorrnlok of Chicago IH enjoying a visit here with her mother, Mrs. Lena Beitll, nnd hor HlKters, Mrs. Laurence R. Abbey and M|MH Ml rlu m Heal I. Tho Reverend C. 13. Klanngln and Mr«. Flanngln returned from a months' vacation on Thursday which they uncut nt RodlandS as gnentH of their daughters, and at Long Heach. The Reverend Mr. flanngln attended tho pastor's con- feronci' of the. Southern Callfornln Baptist convention which was held nt r'nrlsbad, September 14 to 10, In- elusive. Mr. and Mrs. CharleH Morris entertained over this week end Mr. Morris' slHler, Mrs. K. C. Devernmn. Mr. Ucverman arid family of Kaglc' rock. A. L. Krlel, resident hero In 188r>, now mnklng bin homo In Run Francisco, visited hero while on his wny homo to Han Francisco from his an; mini vacation. Ho still retains his 1 membership In the local Odd Pel- Bakorsflold on business and pleasure. Miss Josephine Brockman, only Mr. and Mrs. Jess Scott of Greenhorn Mountain Park wore Tuesday to bo Inntalleil. The grnmnmr nchool groundH liPlriK centrally loentod H . IH proponed to use thorn for the ball ! morning himlncBN vIMtorfl In town. gamoH. ArtH and crnftH projoctH will also ho undTlnkpn on this program. The cotnrnlttoo will itieel Word has boon received from Mrs. Arthur Bronsteln nnd her son. Harold, Hint thev will not return to their homo hem for another month. again this coming weolt to work out j fruln Oakland whore they have spent tho details which will bo announced I t)|( , m ,, ntn ,. P . Inter. Wasco Has Large Number Enrolled , M|KH liertllle .Morris, eldest daugh- 1 tor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry MorrtN I h<iH entered upon her studied at tho [ Unlvprnlty of California. Berkeley, after .he summer vacation. MIHM Bclva MacKarlano hnx ac- I ce.plnd a position nt a local fountain lunch stand. Mr. and Mrs. Km nit J. Coddington and Lester Martin motored to . i . •• ,i „,.!„..IM There worn attend a rehcnrsal for tho chorus history or in- H.IH.H.I "'"" ' | f(1| . ,)„, |r, mil liumui convention in ;m on the high ftchool reglH •• . 8.1., , ,, nrpln | )( , r ln p limi( ],.na. nt the elementary ncho.il. and 110 at - t M|HN , (1||1| A | pxnn(lrT . i,, lB r pturned HI. .Inhn'p I'nrorbliil School. , ((J ,),„ ( ., Jim |,-y hoinci of her par- will be nrroHsnry nt \VA.S('(), Se(ll. i I . A total of U108 )l Inst week In H. There worn ,\ new ii'm- I the rleini'iitni y H'-liool nii'l every of j fort IN lu'lni: iiiml.' to MTIII-P mi" be- I foro richool opi-ti:< on Muml.'iy. Mrs. i Lester Minlih hiin 1 n Miilislltulliig ithlx pant' week with :i nil\''il rln/ifi of llflli nnd hlxlh i;nnl.-H. At the hl|(h n.-luiol Hi' 1 fofitliall 1 nenH.ni wn« hi'Kun «Hh r.'KUlur prn. 1 - ll.'i- thin IIIINI «r.i-l> I'on, Ii Wl.'ie mi; MoiiiifO.) thill Iho toriil hoyn would piny Di'liinii HI|H l''rlil;iv nl|,'hl nnd Hint n gnm<» with Tnft varsity ro- noivofi «•!!! bo plnyoil hero next Frl- ilny nfleriiooii nt .') o'rl.iok. ents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Itulph Aloxnndor. ni'iir Jasmine, after HpendliiK tho siiminor at Kanta Monica and Los AllK.'lOH. Mr. nu.l Mrs. O. H. No.wcomb hiivo roinriiod to their homo al Hoi- lywooil nflor a brief vlsll with Mrs. Itoheil RounlhwaltR and dnuKhtcr. M|HH JUno. Mr. and Mrs. C. 15. Joy nor and I heir son Howard havo returned to their country homo near Jasmlno from their vacation spent at LOB Angeles and Iho southern beaches. , The Misses Vera James and Juno Rounlhwalto spent Friday night, at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Brockman, has returned to Fresno to complete her business college course after spending tho summer with hor parents, Mrs. Ralph Alexander Is In Los Angeles spending two wnoks as the guost of hor sister. Mrs, Arthur Bard. Hhc made tho trip south with guests who spent sovoral days with them and Included Mrs. Leila Burns and son Martin and Jack Alexander, all of Los Angelos. Mrs, Hobort Williams is visiting with relatives In Lou Angeles while Mr. Williams Is on a deer hunt on upper Doer Creek. Upon their return from tholr vacation they will rnovo from this district to Terra Bella. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. James and family have returned from Lindsay where (hoy visited with Mrs. James' mothor. Mrs. Ida Sherman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank J. Connolly and their daughter 'Patricia and son Jnmos have returned to Los Angeles after sovoral days spent In tho district HH Kiiests of Mr. and Mrs, 13. G. Washington. Mlns Helen Goodell has returned to Fresno to resuniR her studies at the»Fresno State Teachers' College. Mr. and Mrs. T. ,1. Calhoun of St. Petersburg, Fin., hnvo located In this district nnd havo loosed the houss on tho Frank J. Connolly ranch near Jasmlno. Malcolm fi. Clnrk of San Francisco wns a Friday morning visitor In tho homo of locnl friends while on his wnv to Los Amroles. Chester Dooloy of Rlchgrovo transacted business In town on Friday morning. Mrs. Ray Moothnrt was able to leave the hospital and return to her homo on Thursdhy after spending a weok In tho hospltnl for treatment. Miss Gonevlove Hamilton returned to tho home of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Hamilton on Wednesday night from Lou Angeles whoro sho hn.s b?en attending business college for tho pnsl two months and plans to leave next wcok for the Oregon Rtnte Agricultural College at Corvallls, Oroiron. George W. McCllntlc.k, past com- rnandor of tho Delano Post. Veterans of Forelprn Wars. Is attending the nnniinl onenmnmont. of tho Veterans of Foreign Wars, which 1« being held In Denver this wcok. Birthday Fete Is Held at Oildale OILDAL13, Sept. 21.—Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Pearson of 125 Decatur street entertained nt their homo recently, honoring Mrs. Pearson on hor birthday anniversary. Dainty Iced refreshments woro served to tho guests. Those present woro Mr. and Mrs. Russell Goddard and daughter. Miss ! Frances, Mrs. Alia Pearson of Rlv- orvlow, Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Claire Coat PS of Bakerstlold, 'Mrs. R. S. Pearson nnd baby daughter and Stovo Glacomiizzl of .Hanford. Mrs. Pearson was tho recipient of many gifts. McFarland Holds Receptioji for New Minister and Wife (Special to The OaHfornton) Altendanbe Reports Show 44 Per , Cent Increase for Present Semester fSjieetal to The Oallforntan) MOUNTAIN VIEW, Sept. 21.— Mountain ^Vlew Grammar School cloned HH first week of the new term with 206 pupils enrolled, an Increase of 03 an compared with last year, according to Mrs. Margaret Herlng, principal. Tho 44 per cent Increase in enrollment was somewhat unexpected, Inasmuch as a portion of the Mountain View district was recently annexed by the Rockpllo district taking a number of former Mountain View pupils Into the new districts, according to the principal. During the summer, a number of needed Improvements were made about the school and many more are planned, so that by the end of the year a completely modern school building with the finest type of heating, lighting and sanitary equipment will result, Mrs. Herlng said. This year's teaching staff Includes Mrs. Iforlng, principal and Instructor In the seventh and eighth grades; Mrs. Elvira Combs, fifth and sixth grades; Mrs. Janet West, third and fourth; Mrs. Barbara Larson, second; Mrs. Minnie Howoll, first. Although the enrollment is considerably larger, the present staff is tak Ing care of the situation, and no teachers will bo added, It Is an nounced. Mrs. Larson has organized a school orchestra with 18 players al ready rehearsing. M CFARLAND, Sept. 21.—A large number* of people attended the | reception at the social room of the ommunlty Methodist Church Friday evening, honoring the new minister and his wife, Reverend and Mrs. Illfford Ford, also teachers of both the High and Grammar School. Mrs. "\Vlhtleld Boardman presided as toastrnlatress, announcing the following program numbers, a welcome .0 the community by Dlnsmore Parish, member of the Church Board and by the Reverend .T. I. Coffman, pastor oC the Church of the Brethren, followed by a response by tho Reverend Mr. Ford. LHtlo Patsy Nabers sang, "The Good Ship Lollypop" and a trio number was presented by Misses Nay- GLENNVILLE GLENNVILLE, Sept. 21.—Grace Delbrldgo of Bakersfield, accompa^ nled by Mrs. Cross White, spent Friday at Linns Valley. Wilson Gregory of Bakersfield shol a buck at Panorama Heights tho opening of tho deer season. I Guests of Mrs. Nora Newman were Mr. and Mrs. R. Chlldern and Miss Edith Ellison, all of Coallnga, anc tva Fraga of Wasco. Bonton Martin and Edward Murdock of Bakorsflold are spending several days at Peppermint Meadows hunting. Miss Colla McCullough, dental nurse, and Auprusta Butler, school nurse, visited the Linns Valley School Thursday. Earnest Tompson of White River killed two deer above tho Zeller ranch on Thursday. R. R. Martin was a business visitor In Bakersflold Friday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunlap Thursdav were T. S. Dunlap and Elmer Shelton of Bakersfield nnd Mrs. M. W. Hunt. Mrs. Delia Williams and son Cecil and Mrs. Charles Sooley of Woody woro Batten-field visitors on Thursday. dean Martin, Frances Albright and? Violet Ameriam, accompanied at the piano by Miss Phyllis Whlsler. Mrs. Boardman gave an original poem entitled "Reverend Mr. Ford"; an Instrumental duet, "In The Garden of Tomorrow" by Miss Mary Batoktn and Leonard Ratekln. The program closed by all present singing "America The Beautiful," and a prayer by the Reverend Mr. Coffman. A social hour followed with a com- niltteo of Woman's Council members serving refreshments. Among, dignitaries of tho schools attending th« reception were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Higginbotham, district superintendent and wife o£ the Grammar School and principal and Mrs. E. P. Janes of the High School, and many of the teachers from both schools. Healy Addresses Big School Meet MOJAVE, Sept. 21.—Herbert L. Healy, county superintendent of schools of Bakersfield, addressed the members of the faculties of the southern • Kern county grammar schools at the quarterly ..,eetlng held at the Mojavo Grammar School on Thursday evening. Tho course of study for the first quarter of the fall term was the topic under discussion. Sessions were held from 4 to 6 p. m. and 7 to 0 p. m. Schools represented were Keene, Keene Preventorlum, Tehachapi, Acqueduct (Monolith), Johannesburg, Randsburg, Cantll, Saltdole, Muroc, Gephart, Rosamond and Mojave. Mr. Healy was accompanied by the following supervisors, J. Harl Tener, assistant superintendent, Miss Anna Maude Anderson, art supervisor, and Miss Anne Holgersen, supervisor of primary education. 4 « » Mojave Children Get Examination MOJAVE, Sept. 21.—Twenty children of pro-school ago were examined at tho first well baby conference of tho fall conducted by tho Mojavo Parent-Teachers' Association at tho grammar school on Wednesday afternoon. Dr. Madgo Q. Schlotthauer of Tehachapi was tho examining physician. She wns assisted by the Misses Barbara Opdycke and Pheobo Pedersen of the Kern county health department of Bakersfteld and tho following P. T. A. members Mesdames Chauncey Davis, Tracy Cunningham and Kilo Brewer. Tho next well baby conference will bo held on Wednesdas 1 , October 21 from 1 to 3 p. m. Tehachapi Lodge Confers Degrees. TEHACHAPI, Sept. 21.—Teh*, chapl Lodge No. 446, I. O. O. F., held a meeting Friday evening and conferred the third degree on a class of candidates, the degree team from Lancaster Lodge No. 44 putting on tho work. After the very Interesting meeting a supper was enjoyed. Distinguished visitors present were> Earl Hoke D. D. O. M. of district No. 73 from Kernvllle; A. Alken D. D. Q. M. of district No. 48 from Redondo; and Cecil Hauger, past D. D. O. M. from Bakersfield. There was a large attendance with* many visiting members from Bakersfield, Kernvllle, Mojave, Lancaster and Independence. Entre Nous Club HoldsGard Fete* MOJAVE, Sept. 21.—A jolly party was given on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Ray Temple when* the members of the Entro Nous Club gathered there for tho regular meet- Ing. Bridge was tho diversion of tho evening and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Temple and Miss Lupo Garcia. Mrs. Fausto Cappello won thu mystery box. After tho games Mrs. Temple was tho recipient of many beautiful gifts at a surprise layette shower. Mrs. Patrick Wolff and Mrs. James Curran acted as hostesses to the club. Guests attending were Mesdames Lily McDonald, John Banduccl. Fausto Cappello, James Curran and Patrick Wolff and the Misses Lupe and Rose Garcia, Yolo Rlccomlnl find Ora Ellen Temple. Members sending gifts who.were unable to attend wero Mesdames E. L. \Veg- mann, Milton Stradal and M. H. McDonough. Light refreshments were served. OINTAL OfflCIS IN PRINCIPAL PACIFIC COAST CITIII , _.., I- ' WANT HELP? THE WORLD-FAMOUS "COCOANUT GROVE" IN LOS ANGELES. This famous restaurant of the Ambassador Hotel is a center for dining de luxe. Stars of stage and screen—California's guy society—parade by...famous faces everywhere. Camels aro first choice at the Cocoanut Grove. Jimmy, tho well-known tualtrt <J'h6telofthc Cocoanut Grove, says: "People who lire good judges of food arc equally discriminating in their choice of a cigarette. Here they all seein to smoke Camels." v. A TELE PHONE KOTHIN6 DOES SO FOR SO LITTLE "V-Jlif 1 THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY I&20 Twentieth Street Telephone 6000 750 - Hereford Cattle for Sale - 750 Kt'tfisteml and 1'ure Hred 200 HULLS. WKANKKK TO TWOS 50 COWS AND IlKIFtillS 500 LONG-FED I1KIKKUS AND STKEHS Elmhirst's Second Annual Sale Saturday, September 26, 10 a. m, Hunch on 101 Highway, I Miles South Los Alamos, Santa liurlmru County J. A. EUVUIWST COL. FRIiD KKIM'KUT C. G. KLMHHtST Dccntur, Indium. Owners Auctioneer WRITE NOW ron THE CATAUOQ COSTLIER TOBACCOS bmtlf art made from liner, MORE EXPENSIVE TODACCOS-Turkish and Do- mtitlo-than anyotltor popular brand. HOLLYWOOD RADIO TUB ATI Cuntl CU.reto* l.tln« you « PUU HOUR'S IINTCKTA1NMCNTI Two »t««t otch«»- iru nut) (Umoroiu HoUrwpod Cunt Suii.-TuunUy—8:JO pro B. S.T. (ViJO pm l!.l).S,T.),7iAO pn»CS.T,,«UOpm M.8.T., SUO pw P.8.T. over VS'AUC. Columhl* Network. . THOSE WHO Smoking Camels with meals and alter helps bring a sense of well-being E ATING is one of life's real pleasures. Camels make it more enjoyable! Smoking Camels speeds up the flow of digestive fluids ... alkaline digestive fluids, which good digestion requires. Mild, rich-tasting Camels are a refreshing stand-by the whole day through. Camels set you right! They never get on your nerves... tire your taste... ot irritate your throat. & EXPERIENCE A DELIGHTFUL SENSE OF DIGESTIVE WELL-BEING Cwrtldit. IW, R. t. Uwneldi TU!I«M Catntui, m«itu-Stl«u. N. 0. "ONE PLEASURE I NEVER DENY MYSELF is smoking Camels during meal* and after," says Mrs.Il. W.Jlob' Inson, busy matron. "Camels help my digestion. And they urc so mild." *•* *• . 1*1 sfe^ "CAMELS ALWAYS SET ME RIGHT," reports Sydney Jones, cxpcrtelectrician,-who likes to feel his digestion is going along smoothly. "Make my food taste better and help my digestion." NATIONAL BOWLING CHAMP, Charlie Warren, says: "It's Camels for me. When I smoke Camels at mealtime and after, I have a great feeling of comfort. And I enjoy my meals more too." LESTER STOEFEN, tennis champ. Like so many of sportdom's top-notchers, he prefers Camels. "An athlete has to have good digestion," says Lester. "I smoke a lot during meals and after. Camels make food digest easier." t ' > -A ' ,* - y>

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