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THE SAKERSFIBLD CAUPORNIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1933 COMMUNITY NEW Rare Bird Found by Youth in Driveway of Kern Home HIM ROLLS ARE Cfipectel to The CaUfofnlan) Sept. 22. "Oh, -*- mamma, come and seo the funny looking'duck In our driveway," said Calvin Holer, son of Mr. and Mrsl Andrew Heier of Green Acres, early Saturday morning. However, when Mrs, Heler and sonic of the neighbors saw tho "duck," they began to doubt that Calvin's "diagnosis" of the bird's ancestry was correct. Study of the-bird section of an encyclopedia revealed that the stranger was a member o£ tho genus "Podl- cops" and of. the "Aechmorphorita occldentalls" family of that genus. Translated Into run of tho mill English, the searchers found the bird was a western grebe, one of the most curious specimens of bird life. The specimen that alighted in tho Hcler driveway was possibly a month old; the adult bird being from 2 to 2 Mi feet in length. Most curious feature about lt« physical makeup was its feet. The grebes are diving and swimming birds but their feet aro not webbed like thoso of a duck, having a separate menv brtuie for each toe united at the base. Tho shanks aro flattened to bladelikft thinness. They have no tall and when they fly the teat'trail behind ilka a rudder. A possible explanation of the presence of tho bird In the Green Acres driveway was found in thla habit of the old bird carrying her young.. It haa been suggested that migration time found the youngster unablo to fly and it climbed aboard to make the aouthern trip, Possibly tho mother hit an "air pocket" while fly. Ing over Green Acres and the young 'bird lost Us seat, landing unharmed In tho driveway. The western gfrebe IB one of the 25 known species of the, family six of which aro found in North America. Its distinguishing feature Is its long slender swan-like neck—a feature which proved the undoing of this Green Acres visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Heler had intended to offer the specimen to Supervisor Hlnman to place In the zoo'at Kern County Park. Saturday night they placed it In a rabbit hutch with a largo pan of water. Sunday night It caught ita head between the slats of tho hutch and died. It Is planned to have the specimen.stuffed. New 4-H Club Is Formed in Rosedale District of Kern (Special to The OoHfornlon) Sept. 22.—A girls 1 "-*- 4-H, Club -was organized Saturday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Andrew Helmforth on Galloway Road. The now club will bo sponsored by tho Rosedale 'Farm Bureau with Mra. Holmforth as leader. The club started with a membership of 12 and will elect officers at Us next meeting:, meetings being held every two weeka. Election will bo held October 3 and all meetings will be at tho homo of the leader. Different members will act as hostesses. . Mlaa Dorothy Wilkinson, county demonstration agent, was present and assisted in organizing tho now alub. Miss Wilkinson gave an Interesting talk, outlining the work of the club for the coming year. Each member of the club will be expected to keep a budget book, containing a record of expenses Incurred in tho various projects. Upon the completion of a project these books must be handed in to entitle the member to partidpato in the awards. At the conclusion of Miss Wilkinson's talk a number of games wore enjoyed after which Mrs. Hlemforth served delightful refreshments. In a "4-H" guessing game first prize won awarded to Clara Jane Booth and second to Jewel Orton. Girls present were Opal Mills, Barbara Force, Phyllis Blagg, Betty Jones, Frieda Mills, Jewel Orton, Betty Lou Townsend, Florence Mills, Marlon Blagg, Clara Jane Booth, Sybil Dowey, Beverly Forco and Helen Margaret Clow. Parents attending the first meeting were Mrs. Batea «ewey, Mrs. Clarence Mills, Mra. L. L. Clow, Mra. Cora Townsond. Mrs. Robert Booth anc Mrs. H. O. Jones. Any girl over 10 years old living in Frultvale, Rosedale, Beardsley or Norris school districts is eligible to Join tho group and will bo welcome at the next meeting. In the event a greater number doalro to Join than is usual in ono club, a second group will be formed under another leader * » » D. W. SMITH APPOINTED WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. (A. P. President Roosevelt today appointee Donald Wakefleld Smith, Washing ton, D. C., attorney, a member o tho national labor relations board Smith will succeed John A. Carmody who resigned about a montl ago. Reports Increase of 38 at School Over Lost Year's Attendance (Special to The Oallfornlan} ARVIN, Sept. 22,—Tho Increase n population in the county la re- lected in tho greatly Increased en- •ollment at the Arvln Grammar ichool. The first day of school found 140 children on the rolls. This Increased to 3fll the first week. Last 'ear on the same date, only 323 pupils wero enrolled. Tho attend ance at the end of the first week was only two loss than the enroll nent at the peak last year. More ncrease In the next few weeks Is expected due to the fact that cotton licking will not be in full swing until about September 25. ' Another teaoher has been added to .he faculty to relieve the situation. Mra, Jessie McGlnnis, an expert enced primary teaoher graduated 'rom San Jose State, will teach one of the first grades.. .Mrs. Jessie lark will teach a class composed of second, third and fourth graders, as .hose grades have the largest enroll ment. Miss Barbara Opdycko made her first visit to the school Friday. The Well Baby conference will be leld this year as lost, on the secern Friday of the month, from 1 to ! ?. m., at the Congregational church These conferences, under tho dlrec tlon of Dr. M. A. Qlfford, provot very popular last year. • i » Forty Guests Are Present at Event FRUITVALE, Sept. 22.—Members of tho Women's Auxiliary to Bakers field Typographical Union enjoyed a potluck dinner and social evenini Saturday on tho lawn of tha R. Booth home in Green Acres, with Mr. and Mrs. Booth as hosts. Pic nlc tables had been prepared anc 40 guests enjoyed tho dinner ladle of tho auxiliary had prepared. Afto dinner cards and a social tlmo wore enjoyed until midnight. Those present wore Mr. and Mrs Ervin Olson and daughter Patty Mr. and Mrs. Frank Low, Mr. an Mrs. H. H. Luak and son Harry, Mr and Mrs. E. J. Turtle and son. Gene Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Armstrong, Don aid and Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. K J. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Fra< zoe, Jerry and Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs Coral Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Proclo and Virginia, Mrs. Mao Saffort John Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Booth Robert and Clara Booth. SEE THE • • STUDEBAKERS News From Mojave Homes MOJAVE, Sept, 22,—On Sunday, Ir. and Mrs. W. O. Davis enter- two we aincd at a family dinner at their Chono. ome on Mono street. Their daugh- or and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Louatalot and daughter Linda and on Davis, Mrs. Felicia Loustalot, lother of Mr, Loustalot all of Bak- rsfleld, Bill Davis of Little l,ako nd Buddy Davis of Mojave wero ireaent. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Luklns rtnd ons Walter and Bobby and daugh- er Betty of Sellgmun, Arizona who ave been .vacationing In California and Nevada visited friends In Mojave m Friday, They were joined by rlrs. Clara Hllyard who motored hem to her home In Los Angeles where they will visit before return- ng to their home In Arizona. The Ins 1 and Mrs. Hllyard are former Mojavo re»ldents. Mr, Luklns vho Is manager of tho Harvey •louse In Arizona held that same position here several yearn ago. T. C, White and hla wife, the Princess Der Ling, of Los Angeles were business visitors In Mojavo thin week. Princess Der Ling Is a noted authoress. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stivers had as heir house guests this week Mra. Stiver's Bister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parker of Vista. Dr. C. C. Warner, former Mojave physician who has been spending several months In Seattle, Washing- on visited his daughter, Ml»« Audrey Warner on Saturday. Dr. Warner was en route to Los Angeles whore he will make hla homo. Before his retirement la»t year he had practiced his profession hero for 20 years. Mrs. Walter Bnl>ey and family were business visitors In Lancaster on Saturday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Ed Streby. Mrs, Stevo Cecarelll was a Bakersfield buslnoHB visitor on Friday. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds accompanied by Mrs. Sidney Smith of Tehachapl and Mrs, Charles Horn of Monolith attended Advance Night of tho O. E. S. held In Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kennedy entertained over the week end their dKughter, Miss Juanlta Kennedy of Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Vleser aro spending a week's vacation at Ocean Park. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sly and family of the Elephant Baglo mines, and Mrs, Sly's mother, Mrs. I^aura Rlnv Ington have returned home from Xlon Canyon and Salt Lake City, Utah where they spent a week's vacation. Tho return was made via Boulder Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Cunningham spent Saturday In Los Angeles on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jack«Crosloy have as their gueHt, Miss Josephine Alien of Divide, Montana. Miss Allen Is nt- tendlng tho Antelope Valley Joint Union High School. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Winkler. a daughter, nt the Plill J. V'ogel Hospital and Clinic on Friday morn- Ing. Friends In Mojavo have received the announcement of tho birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aycra (nee Mario Webb) of Newliall. Mrs. Ayers la a former Mojavo real- dent. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Klndcl entertained on Saturday, Dr. Jack Taylor nnd Dr. Ray McDonald of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mra. Lawcrence Krmshar and Mr. B.nd Mrs. W. Smith nil of Loa Angeles were Ihn week end guests of Dr. and Mra. Harold Hnook. Dave Harbour was a Saturday Bak6rsfleld business visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Wert wore recent visitors In Chono. On their return they were accompanied by their aon Marvin Who spent the past. two weeks visiting with friends In ~!hcno. Mr. and Mra. John Banducct nnd Miss Yole Rlecomlnl apent tho week end at tho homo of Mrs. P. Rlcco- mlnl in Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Al Sylva wore recent business visitors In UakerafMd. Mrs. Marvin Stovnll haa been culled to Santa Ana by the serlou* Illness of her mother, Mrs. Hobert Rennle.. Mra, Rennle haa visited hero on aeveral occasions. Mojavo sportsmen who left this week for d«cr hunting trips aro: Dr. Thomas J. Kindol and Wendnl Oakoa who are hunting In the Pluto mountains; Joe Stivers of Mojave accompanied by "Chic" Saloa of Lam-aster aro In Monoc county; c. J. Barber of Mojave and Ellis Edell of Toha- chapl enjoyed a hunt In Sand can* yon; Fred Wllkerson and George Wright spent the wenk end In Walk- t>r« Pass and Roy MeKenKle accompanied by Guy Rushing, Carl Smith and Robert Smith all of Hollywood lire In Modao county. Mrs. Oeorgo 1 lodges returned home on Sunday from Pasadena whoro she attended tho funeral servloes of James B. Mallory who met death early this week from a gun shot, wound. The accident ocoured near Susanvlllo. Mr. Mallory Is well known hero asj ho once owned tho townslte of Mojave, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson hnd as their guest for tho pant week Mrs. Velum Rood of Yale, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Don Morfrnn vlnltod with friends and relalivcN In Pasadena this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parr and daughter Diana spent Sunday at the homo of Mr. Parr's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parr In Bak- orsfleld. Forrest Goddo visited friends In Mojave on Saturday en routo to his homo In Lancaster from San Francisco where he has been the guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Wegmann of Mount Solt-dad wore tho recent guests of their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meehl In Randsburg. Mr. and Mm. Grant Merrill and sons Austin. St,uart and Bobby visited with frlnnds In Glondale nnd Pasadena over tho wook end. Mra. Jones Will Conduct a Varied Program During School Year, Say ARVIN, Sept. 22,—The Kern County Recreational As»oclatlon bus placed a now director tit tho Arvln School. Mrs. Jones will conduct u varied program for tho primary and preschool children each day from 2 until 3:16 p. m. This will Include stories, games, handicraft and dramatization. Craft work for tho older girls will be given from 3:40-6 and on Saturday, Mr, Holler, who has charge of the boys' program, Is organizing some touch foot, ball games. Their hours are the snmo as the girls, 3:40 to 5 p. m. and on Saturday. Last Saturday C. E. Cuplto, member of tho Delano High School faculty, gave tho boys special football ooaohlng from 8-11 a. m. Plans aro being mado to so euro outside games. The school orchestra met Friday for Its first rehearsal tinder the direction of Leila P. Qnrrett. One new member enrolled, Sum Curpen ter. Members of tho orchestra Include: Piano, 1!lalno Hanson; violins, Flota Andrews. Geneva Ruhl, Harold Hanson, Ray Holcomb; cor nets, Mary Ruhl, Billy Dickey, sax ophones, Sam Carpenter: drums, Lo< omi Pormenter, Barbara Dickey clarinet, Delols Burnett, Shafter Girl to Be Married To m m orw SHAFT1CK. Sept. 23.—Miss Viola Mario Toowa will become tho brld of Raymond B. Oblandnr tomorrow night In a ceremony which will b hold In the German Advent Church Tho bride-to-be la the daughter o Mr. and Mm. J. D. Toowa of Orangr Cove. The groom la a resident o this community. Following tho wedding, tha t^ient will bo received In tha Wednesda; Afternoon cltibhouae. Kern Couple Feted on 25th Anniversary at Huge Party (Special to Thf CaHJorn\an) 'ASCO, Sflt. 22.—Reverend and Mrs. B. J. Frlesen whose twenty-fifth wedding anniversary occured la«t week, were feted at a ovely party arranged by their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Ehrhorn, Frf- day evening given at the German Baptist Church. Doiens of friends were Invited for the party whoro a program wan given and dainty re- reshmenla served. The honor guests were recipients of many lovely presents from their friends na wqll aa n jlft of silver coffee service from tho local Gorman Baptist Church group, Kovorond Fred Klein making the presentation, Meverend and Mrs. Frlesen were married In 1911 at Jjorraine, Kan., by Reverend John Blum, who later was pastor of the local German Baptist Church here In Wasco. Tho program presented consisted of an organ prelude by Mrs. Fred Klein; prayer, Reverend Fred Klein; talk by Reverend Klein; song, mixed quartet of tho children of Reverend and Mrs. Arthur Ehrhorn, t-elaml and Melvln Frisson and Miss Naomi Frlesen. The Ambassador Male quartet of tho Bible Institute of T.XIS Angeles, composed K of Iceland Frlesen, Roy and Ralph Kraft and Gordon Hyde entertained with several numbers during the evening, nnd Lei nnd Frloaon sang a solo. Gordon Hyde played piano solos. Talks of congratulation wore ,by Reverend George Hunbcrt of Reed- Icy, and by Reverend P. .T. Hofer of Rosedale. H, I... Steinberg offered prayer. Musical numbers during tho serving of refreshments consisted of songs by the Ambassador quartet, piano numbers by Oordon Tlydo, snxophono quartet by Henry Ewert, Paul nnd Carl Kvvert and Arnold 1 ..loach; girls' quartet composed of MlHscs Elvira, Beatrice, Forn and Wlnona Schmidt of Bakorsfleld. The guest list Included Messrs. and Moadamen Dave Bullor, John Wlnn, D. D. Frlesen, Jake Hnlnrlnhs, George Schmidt. Mrs. A. Helnrlchs, Hnnry Kwnrt, Kd Uesoh, Gus LlosOh, Mrs. Agnes Klassen, Mrs. Lyrtla. Kltngenberg, Mrs. Bertha Neufeld. Henry Ewert, Julius Friesen, Misses Eva Kllewer, Viola and Lillian Nik-- kel, Viola Nikkei, Bertha and Frances Kruger. Sylvia Helnrleh, Mar* garet Hofer, Elvira, Beatrice, Fern and Wlnona Schmidt, Viola and Ruth I-ilesch, Mamie Helnrlch, Agatha Helnrleh, and Messrs. Paul and Carl Ewert, Junior Helnrlch, all of Bak* erafleld. From Los Angeles there were Melvln and Leland Frlesen.. Ralph and Roy Kraft, Erwln Kohfal and Gordon Hyde. Wasco friends Invited for the affair were Messrs. and Mesdame* Clarence Homfeld, John Roakam. Fred Ttiobner, William Kroesch, W. G. Kraft, Julius Nerllng, Fred Gromer, F, E. Goertz, Dan Wedel, John Wodcl, Albert Otto, William Ehrhorn, John MIttlestedt, Jake Wedel,, George Janzen, Ben Steinberg, Milton Wedel, John Penner. Albert, Koonlg. Tom Shafer, Gua Klaasen., Henry Ifland, A. Vlllegas, Ed Panter, Reverend and Mrs. Fred Klein, Menno Bergen, Al Correl, John tin- ruh and Arthur Ehrhorn. Misses Hannah and Mildred Ehrhorn, Minnie Steinberg, Susie Be« Boer, Naomi Frlesen, Mrs. Emmai Keese. Mrs. Katherlne Krause, Herman Keeker and H. I>. Steinberg. Reverend and Mrs. J. D. Hof«F of Rosedale and Reverend and Mrs, George Huebert of Reedley. Other Bakersfleld guests werci Messrs, and Mesdamen Henry KUe- wer. Dave Balzar, John Nikkei, Pete Nikkei. Dave Nikkei. J. B, Kroeoker, J. T. Kroecker, Henry Eltzen, Huston James and N. Johneon. Mrs. Ehrhorn was assisted In serving tho banquet by members of th« Fellowship Sunday School class, of the German Baptist Church. NKW PRESIDENT NAMED SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 22. (A. P.) C. M. 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