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TftB BAjtBRSFIELp CAUPORNtAN, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1986 OMMUNITY NEW AT DELANO TOLD "Ministers Choose Topipsr to Present Sunday; School Subjects Also To|d , DELANO, Sept. 3«.— At the it o'clock morning worship service at the Community Methodist Church, the pastor, the Reverend Clarence Wagner will preach, from the subject, "Ohosts Which Haunt Us." The chorus choir of mixed voices will sing. At the evening service his sermon subject will be "The Pain of Growing, the Ecstasy of unfolding." Ho will touch epvpral books, including "John Reed," Oranvllle Hicks; "Hearst, Lord of San Simeon," Carlson and Bates, and "Wake Up and Live," Dorthea Brando. A question to be answered at this service will be, "Is Everything in the Bible True?" Tho Junior choir, directed by Mrs. Frances Oliver, will sing. Church school Is at 0:50 O'clock •With classes for all ages. The Epworth. League is at 7:DO o'clock with Miss Mabel Smith, president, leading and topics for study during the coming year will be introduced. The Reverend C. B. Flariagln will prwch at tho 11 o'clock morning worship uervlce at tho Baptist Church, from the subject, "Living Dangerously in 1938." It will be ono of tho fall Inaugural sermons Introducing 1 the year's work. v At the 7:10 o'clock evening service the sermon subject will be "The Hurry Call of Jesus." Quartette and dtiot numbers will feature bbth services arid special announcements of "the fall activities will be made. The Bible school meets at 10 o'clock and the young people meet at 6:30 o'clock. Adams Will Lead Delano Chamber DELANO, Sept. 26.— Leslie Adams lias been elected president of tho Chamber of Commerce. Dr. William B. Smith was named vice-president; Leonard Faylo, treasurer, and Edwin P. Jacobsen, secretary. , Directors attending the meeting wei-o Frank Hoopes, retiring president; Harry B. Morris, Leslie Adams, Pavld U Shlffjet, ClarenCe J. Roupe, Leonard Fayle, Walter 8. Allen, Harold R. Olson, and Dr. William B. Smith. GLENNVILLE GLTSNNVILLE, Sept. 26. —Tho many friends of Mrs. C. H. Likely will, be sorry to hear of her sudden illness on Thursday. She was r6- niovod to the Hoirie'of her daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Caldwell at Bakersfleld to bo under the doctor's care. It Is hoped for her speedy recovery. T Ov<«-night guests of Mrs. Nora Newman Wednesday were Mrs. H. -B. Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Llneol Lewis of Coallnga and Mrs. Iva Fi-aga of Wasco. Francis Osborn of Bakersflold visited at his mountain home Thursday. Mrs. Orrln Olds and daughter -Wanda and Mrs. Charlov Scoley of Woody motored to Point Conception Thursday. Ernest Soeley returned home with them after spending several months there. , Arthur Kllbreth of Woody visited friends In this vicinity recently. Mr. and .Mrs. L. R, Stephens of Linns Valley were Bakersfl6Id visitors Thursday. Mrs. Stephenson will remain In Bakerstield a few daya vlsltlhg friends: Mrs. Anna Hewoy of Los Angeles is the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. J. Confer. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Mosler of Bak- ersfleld were visitors at their mountain homo here Thursday evening. Mrs. Alice Mulllns and Mr*. Alice Martin wero business visitors in Bakersfleld Thursday. Bill Cantlcberry was a visitor In Delano Tuesday. ' -™. Mr ^ Etta Harrington and children Etta May and Duane spent Monday at the Home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Lesser of Bakersfleld. RICHGROVE RICHOROVE, Sept. 28. — Rich- KTOVO residents who attended the funeral of Phillip Frank McDevitt at Delano ,on Thursday morning wore Howard S. Mlllpr. local merchant. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Burum and their sons William and Hugh and Miss Alberta Burum. Mr. Mo- Dfjvltt made his ht»m« In this district for many year* before moving to Delano, where he hpnieeteadod land and dry farmed a large acreage each M|§a .Madge Dooley is attending junior college at Bukereflold and in .conimutlng back and forth each day *«ii the bun from De}»no. ' B. M. Nellson transacted builnoss In Delano on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs; B. M. Ntilien entertained as their Sunday dinner Kuesls Mrs. Neiisen/a niece. Mrs. •Ralph Kox and Mr. Pox of Delano. Karl Thomas has gone to Srtelllng ^'hf^J? 8 wlu Bpend oeveral weeks wHh his parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thome*. Mrs. Chester Dooloy is convalescing from a recent aerlbuB illness, B. M. Nollaen spent Wednesday at Portervllle and Vlsalla on business. Mr. and Mr«. Hugh Burum are Planning to spend the week end in Long Beach. , Catallna islaifd,«*n8 Los Angeles with their hbusb guest Mr*. John Cross of Clinton. Tenn. PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC Instruments Shatter Club Makes Plans for Opening of CHiib Year CHATTER, Sept. 26.—Member* of *•* tho executive board of the Wednesday Afternoon club met at the home of Mrs. Walter Emrlck, president of the organization, Friday morning to complete plans for the opphlng of the club year at a dessert party, October 7, lit. tho clubhouse beginning at 1 O'clock. Tho business session wilt begin at 2:00 o'clock. All members are urged to be present and to take at v least one prospective member as a guest. Mrs, 1. C. Ohanneson will tell of her visit to Alaska and Mrs. C. P. Morgan l)f her eastern tour of the summer, following the business meeting. Several nttw members were voted In by ttyo board and arrangements were .completed to rent tho clubhouse for several months to tho Avanel theater moving picture concern. , Mrs. J. : J. Peters, program chairman, gave an outline of her plans for the coming year. She stated that oh the afternoon of October 7, be- sldoS the talks by Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Ohanneson, each member will bo asked to tell briefly of her summer vacation and particularly of visits to inusums, art exhibits and of hand art work accomplished during the summer or of any sort of art objects actjuiretl recently. Tho latter infiy- matton will be reported by the art chairman to tho district art chairman to be entered In tho state contest on art augmentation. Mrs. Florence Porter of Bakersfield; secretary of the State Board of, Education, will talk on election measures and on federal education program on October 21. The November 4 meeting la to be in charge of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. La,tta. Mrs. l^atta Is chairman of history and landmarks Mr. Latta will glvo a resume of his visit to Sonora, Mexico, during the past summer. W. B. White has consented to talk to the group of Ula European visit and particularly of the Olympics at the November 13 mooting. Mrs. J. J, Beters will have charge of tho High Jinks party on December 8, assisted by post presidents of the organization. The annual Christmas party will take iplaoe on December 16, The chairman of the book section, Mrs. A. W. Kckhjan, \\vi\\ have charge of the program on January 6, when One of the best bobks of the year will be reviewed. Mrs. B. P,. Janes, music chairman has promised an Unusual and entertaining program for the afternoon of February 3, A choral section Is being formed and will take part. Mrs. I. J. Peters, chairman of literature and drama, Is making arrangements to hav'o one of the late plays read by members at the meeting of February 17. A special speaker will be present for tho garden program to bo held on March 8. Reports will be given by tho nominating committee and officers and a flower show and fashion show arc arranged for April 7. Arrangements are also being made, according to Mrs. Peters for an exhibition by the Bakersflold Anderson Dunce Studio at one of the later meetings. Mrs. Frederick Schwartz of Monrovia, chairman of Industrial and School Arts and Crafts of the State Federation will bo tho principal speaker at a meeting to be held here on Monday, April 18. Members of the federated clubs In Kern county will bo guests. May 19, Is the date of tho closing luncheon and program with installation of officers as the main feature. Several open dates have been left to be filled at a later date. Highland Park News Notes HIGHLAND PARK, Sept. 20.— Mr. and Mrs. A. .C. Muchshy of Bakcrs'fleld and Mr. and Mrs. L. L, Webber and children of Francis street were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Deablll. Peter Kolley IB now making his home with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kalner and has rented his house to Mr. and Mrs. I./. T. Kennedy. Sam Moss has purchased tho IIPW- ly-completed house at 248 Ray. Mr. MOSB conducts a beauty parlor In Bakerstleld. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Martinson attended a party Monday night at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nelson In Rlvervlew In honor of Mr. Nelson's birthday. O. Is. May is spending the week end deer hunting at Frog Meadows. Miss Catherine Rust of Bakersfield was an overnight guest of Miss Dorothy May. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Young of Fresno were recent guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Young. Corporal Aubrey Wnite of Fort BliHS, Texas, and his brother Nenl recently enjoyed a deep sea fishing trip from Long Bench. The lasi week end they spent deer hunting at Tobias Peak. W. L. Dlckerson, accompanied by F. W. Krugh of Taft and J. 13. Jvrugh of Rivervlew are upending n week deer .hunting at Sugar I.,oaf mountain. Mrs. Paul Axloy and son Jackie were Sunday guests at the homo of Mrs. Asloy's cousin, Mrs. Pete Roussell, in Airport Acres. . Mr^and Mrs. J. H. Bradford and son ROss of Ventura wero Monday Overnight guests of Mr. Bradford's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Inness. Mr. and Mr*. Ira Packard and daughter, Betty, are spending the . W. H. Roy Jr. of Morro Bay was an overnight guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs, A. W. Kabes Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ramsey of Taft were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Metzger Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Warren of Bakorpfle.ld were visitors Saturday nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Metzger Sr. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Boulter of Long Beach wero recent overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Boulter. Mrs. Fred Wall Is spending 10 days at South Gate visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Mcssmor and daughter Joan spent the week end at Santa Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Isaacs and BOH Hubert, havo returned from a week spent dee.r hunting at Sugar Loaf mountain. Peter Klossen bos returned from a deer hunting trip near Huntington Lake. Miss Mildred Klassen is now enrolled at Lufkins Business College. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Duty spent 'the week end nt Cayucos whore they visited Mrs. Fred Thachor. Mrs. G. L. Duty accompanied Mrw. W. Polllck of Bakersfleld to the Tulare county fair Wednesday. Mrs. Elmer C. Anderson and Mrs. L. H. Eastman tlrovo to Los Angeles Tuesday where they visited relatives. Mrs. Russell Johnston and daughter havo returned from a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Johnston's mother at Pomona. Mrs. Noma Roberts of Modesto is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mro. Glen Vance. Airs. Roberts accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Vance on a recent three weeks' trip to San Diego, Laguna and Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Andenton. son Ross, nnd Tom Stlllwcll drove to Santa Monica Sunday where they attended the Tennessee picnic. Thoy returned homo by way of Ventura. Mr. and Mrs. 8. C. Shaw have moved from Long Beach to 34 S Douglas street. Mr. Shaw la a carpenter with Mr. Grecnaugh tho contractor. 2. T. Forester Is starting a house at 431 Ayer street. Dr. and Mrs. Qeno Edgar, former residents of Highland Park, wero calling on friends hore Sunday. Doctor Edgar Is In tho state vettmtrv service. Leaders Installed at Delano Legion DELANO, Sept. 28,—New officers of the Merle Rood Post, of tho Artier- lean Legion, who Veto recently Installed conducted the first fall meet- ingr of the year on Tuesday night at the Legion Hall with Jay Brown presiding. Officers who will assist him during tho year are, Claude Myers, Vice-commander; William Scott, adjutant, and Etric Walts, chaplain. Reports of departments wore given as well as standing committees, and a report of tho Clark Shows which appeared hero last week under tho auspices of the post. The most Important Item of new business which was considered wns the matter of an Armistice Day celebration hero. This subject was do- bated long and carefully, but no do- oislon wan reached In the matter.. Canned Goods Is Rio Bravo Topic IlIO BRAVO, Sept. 20.—"Tho Buying of Canned Goods" was the topic Miss Dorothy Wilkinson, Home Demonstration agent, discussed at a meeting of tho local Homo Department held at the homo of Mrs. Clyde Zachary on Thursday afternoon. Election of officers was held. Those elected were: Mrs. Hazel Haag. president; Mrs. W. B. Wilson, vice-president, and Miss Myrtle Haag, secretary. It was voted to send a delegate to tho Farm Bureau convention In Pnsadona In November. The October meeting will bo hold at the homo of Miss Myrtle Haag. THE SID&HILL HARVEST COMBINE IN OPERATION As the unity of harvest fluid workers attack tho ncroH of groUlon wheat lft Whitman county, near Colfax, Wash., they use something new In combines—one that Is rubber-tired and tan operate efficiently on the Bides of rolling hills that are wheat fields In that "bread basket" country. present wore Mesdames Lewis. Beatrice Temple, Those Blanche _ __ . _ w Lolla White, Lois Wood, Edith Mur tin, Ada Bergen, Hazel Hnng, Helen Calder, F. J. Schlcrlmann, W. B. Wilson, Harry Jackson, Cecil Tlbbs Roy Boll (Shatter), Melton East, Albert Lane, Clyde Zachary, T. M. Martin, John Varner. C. A. Merrill, Earl Haag: the Misses Myrtle Hnng nnd Dorothy Wilkinson; and children Edith Jackson, Billy ISnwt, Barbara Jean Temple, Jimmy Calder, Ruth, Kathryn dene and Elolse Merrill, Walter Bergen, Roland Lewis, Bobby Haag, Zoravda Martin and Philip and Donffld Stach- ary. •» i > CLAUDETTE COLBERT HURT HOLLYWOOD, Sept.. 26. (A. P.)— Claudetto Colbert'* husband. Dr. Joel Pressman, ordered X-rays taken today to determine the BerlounnoHH of a head Injury nho suffered in an automobile collision last night. Well-Baby Clinic Held at Shatter SHAFTEU, Sept. 28.—Two neAv babica wei-o entered In tho woll-baby conference hold yenterdny In the old Rlchland School bullillng. Thn conference now has an enrollment of 11 youngsters. The movement Is sponsored by tho American Legion Aux- Fruitvale Personal Notes FRUITVALE, Sept. 20,-Mra. Ed I Mr. and Mrs. Oeorg« Michael of uescb nnd Mrs. W. E, Igel ofiOreen Acres are announcing tho Green Acru« were Monday gunsts of ' ' " " - . - .?»_.. Mrs. LloBch's ulster, Mrs. C. P. Kit- zi'ii of Cnsn Lnma Park. Race Now On for Queen ot Festival Which.Will Be Held ift October (Special to The OaH/omlan) McFARLAND, Sept. 2«. — Ths Claude Olenn Shahkland Post American Legion Is sponsoring the tint annual Harvest Festival In this city October 14 to 19 inclusive. Two lie- Farland young ladles, Miss Mtfrjorla Warren and Miss Kathryn Brantger are running for queen of the fes-' tival and at present are tied for the honor with 1200 votes each. Others who are In the race for queen of the festival include Mite Peggy Howard, Delano; Mia* Louise Rake, Wasco, and Misa Lulu Kruger of Shatter, who each have 500 votes. Many attractive events will be featured both day and night, with street dancing, a style show and, three attractive parades. Adding to the fun of the festival will bo the portable Coney Island, with Crafts Golden State shows, largest organization of its kind ever to bo staged In this community. Tho fun will start Wednesday night, October 14, with a. merchants parade. A kiddles' parade will also be staged. Anyone wishing to enter" any of the parades or contests may do so. by contacting Ralph Losey, who has established headquarters at tho Commonwealth. • tivcn rt.cn;*! arc announcing tno ^ ne °* ^e high lights Of th« af- birth of a son on September 19. Tho fa 'r will be the crowning of the baby baa been named Wlllard Clyde. '" " ,, _, .. „ Mr. and Mrs. Ed 1,leech nnd fam- Mr, and Mrs. George Wheeler of lly and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ewert lllary Chapter horo and by tho | CnDowny Road are announcing tho j nnd family recently" attended tho County Health Department. Dr. D. W. Gacdo l» In charge and haw announced he IH highly pleased with tho results shown. Members aaalatlng are Mrs. Glenn O. Kay, Mrs. J. B. Henderson and Mrs. Albert Annls. Tho conferences are hold each fourth Friday of every month. birth of a huliy boy Monday Sep tamber 21 nt Morey Hospital. The youngster who IIUH been named Gary Wayno, is welcomed by a brother. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rlley Combs nnd daughter, Beverly Ann of Lnmont. nml Mr. and Mrs. Ed Handel of Shaftwr and son, Ronnie of Shaf- t'T, wore Sunday at the homo of Mr. | artd Mrs, C. E. White of Green j Acres. Tho members twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Uuvcrend and Mrs. B. J. Frlesen at AVaseo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Vincent were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. Vincent's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Vincent of Green Acres. They havo recently returned to Panama after Hoveral months residence In Golctn. Miss Dorothy Collins Is confined to her homo by Illness. queen with her attendants. Other events will Include thrilling rides, and many contests. Community Social Held at Jasmine DELANO, Sept. 36.—Resident* oC the Jasmine and Rlchgrove communities met on Friday night In tho Jos-' mine Community Hall for a potluck- -**~ ...^...„„.„ *, v v..,.. *,.»*.• v* ....... i .. n. iiini it\r\i9i* \j\i I* I IlllVGLIU llVt" » ,, ', .. - XjriQgw Club mot (in Tuwulay with Mrs. O.! mio, owned by the Green brothers ' ' Ol 't> w c« dinner with score honors C. Lundqulnt. Tlio afternoon wns I burned to the ground Tuesday. It | (f oln B *° Mrs. Brwln Blair, Mr. Blair, - nnn«Pd lu needlework. Mn». Uulph wa« formerly occupied by tho James! 15 - C- Trlplett, and Miss Alice Stuhr. of tho Uab-a-Lot | A small house on Frultvalo ave- Hold Surprise Fete at Tehachapi Home TEHACHAPt, Sept- 20.—Alien j her birthday, was pleasantly sw ! Kntlly Vincent Is enjoying a two KOBS was the guest of honor of a prlnod by being presented with a! weeks' vacation with her sister and surprise birthday parly held at the I numl»>r <>f lovely rommnbrances. At ! brolbfr-ln-luw, Mr. and Mrs. Harry home of Mr. uml Mrs. W. A. Downs. ! !'.";'. rl ' 1H 'M lf J, h ". iift'-'rijoon th" bos-1 .Sylvester of Montobollo. They havo Those present wero Mr. and Mrs. Francis AVIIson, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Downs, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ross, Kiiid Gorln, tho MIBKCH FrunooN and Juno Mei.'ollooh, M|HM Margaret Shadow. Bill Griffin. who recently celebrated | Gorham family. Novecl delicious refreshments to Knjoytug the evening were Messrs, ami MoBdames. Charles H. Hart, B.- G. Washington, P. J. Colquhoun, B. C. Trlplett. Krwln Blair. James H. Burum, B. M. Nellsen, Mrs. Robert «r-! ;r -n 1 ,^ 11 r^^r.h^r i; i sr tri u r F r« rt L Ml «" Ki.lph , way of Tlogu |>ass they went to To-i v nV ,,IIK . \ ii ^ &ty \* Kineroon, Mrs. J. M. Gilbert and ! womlte. then to Seaualn. and nnnnrni ' " L '»«?n. Gilbert Doblo, Howard the following: Mrs. Owen 1 Mr«. Hobert Wright, Mrs. Knlph , way of Tlogu pass they went to Yo ... „ _ ,,..„ . „ ._, ,. .„. Kineroon, Mrs. J. M. Ullbort and ! womlte, then to Sequoia and General rsullson ' ""bcrt Doblo, Howard Nell- Mrs. Uundqulst. Tho next meeting i Grant National PnrUti. Tuesday of Hen> '' eter Wolf, Harry Goodell, and will bo at this Ollvo Knoll home of > this work they vlslti-d nt tho homo j n ' a 8On Tommy. Mrs, Ix-yter. SUNDAY SERVICES IN LOCAL CHURCHES First Church of Christ. Scientist Eighteenth and C Streets First Church of Christ, Scientist, 'nf BnkerBfleld, a l.iraneli of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston, Mann., conducts Trinity Methodist Church Corner Miles and King Streets, KuBt Bakerxfleid ]3rnpBt Ulnlsi'll Cole, Pastor Sunday sohoul, DMG «.. in. Hiilly next Sunday. ^fol•nlllt! ' Tlic Ornco Riipttiit Church MoutltiK at the Wlllluinx Sc'ho Auditorium Rovorvnd L. J. 1-Vye, nf their parents. Mr. and Mrs. T... J. Vincent, In Uroen Acres, continuing on to Montehello to spend thn remainder of Hit- woe.lt. Emily will return to Uakersfleld Sunday. Miv». Hue Champlln of Green Acres Is recovering from a tonsllleo- tomy undergone at a Itakorsfleld hospltal Saturday. | Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter McNeil of j JIIU1 ! HHII Diego spent the, wock end at tors. TEHACHAPI TBHACHAPI, Sept 26. — Mrs." . . .. survlce. 11 Sunday services at 11 a. m. and at ' o'clock. .Subject, "Our Planem 1 8 i). in. Tho Wednesday evening meet- i Mnlhors." Text, Phil. 4:1. l.fl all Ing at 8 o'clock, Includes testimonies P f tho women wear Minhonnets 1 the homo of Mr. and Mrs. lid Kroba. ! MlRs Mildred KrobH of Anneortes. who bus been a gue»t at the Tho Sunday school department of the Community Church will have Holly day and promotion of pupils , of healing In Christian Kclrnco. .Sunday school convenes at fi:!10 Sunday study, 0:80 |). m. lOvonlnR womhlii, ihonnetN In ; 7:SO p. in., KvatiKelliUli 1 Hurvlon. tliers. Bvc- i Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening, ! -..., ..„....,..,.„ » .,»....«, , _, ; - Subject, T.'Srt o'clock at Brother aiid 8l«tcr Ar- ! mornings for pupil* up to the age of I 'The Second Coming of Christ." Text, iniUr« In Hl(thland Park, nible miidy 20, and at 11 o'clock for pupils under >» n<5 "*- t:U<-\S. Prayer metitlnir chiHs Friday evening, 7;30 o'eluok. ' 12. Tho public Is Invited to enjoy wM0 ? n08d "?; , IllBl ! 1 "', ' ; , 8( ?' "rlmr your | pioaso r<;ad carefully, I*a. 53. i privileges of the reading room main- I "'Ww- ™^.« *'»" w ' ! !? I ... i honor of their pioneer nlllg Nervlce, 7:RO o'clock. the MoNellls In .San Diego, returned j Mrs. Anna Ascher and daughter, with them. Sunday nil the visitors j Mrs. George Mustophla, and grand- left for their respective homos. i daughter, Georgiana Muatophla, of I^os Angeles recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ancker here. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Bmlth returned, Wednesday from a vacation trip to tallied by the church at No. 6 Habar fnldo Arcade, open tidily except Hun- „, days, Wednesdays and holidays from j ,},, 9 a, in. until fl p. m., closing Wodnes- | other gn-at T , and •Sundays from 2 until 4 p. m. Thn subject for next Sunday's losson-sor- ] mOn Is: "Reality." Methodist Churches .In thn i irlrni ll,,,,<u< n,,,..»!, of Mstbodisl people , J Ir8t u "I» ti! *« llmroh en on Monday and TUPS- | Truxtun Avenue heiween L, and fi uml 6. for a two days' ; • Street* thn various fields of i Dr. Burton C. Jtarrelt, PiiKlor WOODY M -el-vice in tho world. WOODY. Sept. 20.—Mrs. T. M. N- -'i IH building H new barn. A Sunday school. 8:30 u. in. Ttiilly ! large CTOw*of men have Just finished day and promotion «ervlce. Morning ; laying the cuinent floor, Mr. ami Mrs. M, Osborn were over- KERNVILLE KBRNVIDLE, Sept 26.—Captain A. T. Slaten, president of tho Kern river unit of. tho Kern County Fish and Game Protective Association, recently returned from Beech meadow where he went to hunt deer. He reported that hia first try for a big buck wan unsuccessful, but that lie would return to the high country for another try shortly after the first of October. Over the week end Mr. and Mrs. A- B3. Luthey entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leo Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Lor*n Barton ot Salinas. Fred Holmes. Jr., visited In Bak- •*refleld on Monday to conduct business for the Motor Clinic. He waa accompanied by his father, Fred Holmes, gr. Harry Beauford. Jr., was a recent business guest at tho Mountain Inn. He arranged for the installation of projection equipment at the Odd Fellows hall. Mr. Beauford is in charge of tho motion picture shows given In Kernvllle. Earl Holke. Percy A. Bubar and O. Merganthnlor were recent visitors at the Tehachapi Odd Fellows Lodge. Mrs. Ed Marriott of Kernvlllo is spending a few days in Bakerafield on buBlnass. Jim Jenkins of Pasadena was a recent visitor at the home of his grandmother. Mrs. Luple Chrysler. Mr. ahd Mrs. H. L. Marshall were Monday business visitors In Bakersfield in the interest of their barber shop.. pete Get He of Chanslor & Lyons stores In Bakersfleld was a recent buWnesu visitor at the Motor CUnlo. John .Npyer. veteran mountaineer, knocked o,ver a nice buck recently. *iad ihr»« points on one on the other. Lout H.untsrwl buck. McFARLAND AIcFARLAND, Sept. 2C.— F. H. Barnett is a visitor In tho home of his brother nnd Blster-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Barnett, from hlo homo In Colorado. HB IK aaelHttng his brother In hla blaokemith shop. Mr and Mrs. A. F. Palmer have for their gucBtd the latter'n daugh- tor Mrs. Theodore Martin nnd her email daughter. La Vaun. of El Segundo. Mr. mid Mr*. Charlen Klanairln are entertaining for Miss Hnttln Hoover of San Dlmnfl. Miss Hoover and Mrs. IHanagln wero collcgo mateg. Mrs. William DUlas ban arrived hero from Berkeley to Join Mr. Oil- ln«. who ha* entered buslnosB here. They iir<» at their home on Look- wtwd and Bncotid Direct. Forrest F. AVnrren retiirnpd Friday from Hornltn.8, where ho visited two days with his sister. Mm. Bert Martinez, and her hunhand, Mrs. Martinez has been 111 but 1« improving In health. Dr. and Mrs. I,. B, Jnmes of Fresno wero recent overnight guests of Dr. and Mrs, M. M. Taggurt. They were en route south to pose a short vacation. Mr. arid Mrs. Dlnmnore Parish passed Sunday as sru&n* 6f Mr. and Mra. aarke 4ohnson at Eartlmart. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Heai-d. pioneer residents of this community, expect to leave within a few days for Wyoming to vtolt the latler's brother-in-law and «i«ter. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Boots. Mr. Heard will enjoy a deer and elk bunt while there. They also expect to motor on to Mlnltare, Nebraska, to visit Mrs. w«ara« mother. MM. Amanda Wright, who 18 8» y»ar« young. jd M»/t,. W. Hedw at dinner Sunday for Church of the Brethren First Christ Inn Church Sixteenth and I Streot» Charles IT. Hulrne. Minister Uihlo school at 9:46. Men's "99" class ut 9:80. ThlH IB promotion day whoi) all (-latinos arc Kent up to higher grart*. Exercises by all departments "God will Bring Kvory Work to In main auditorium. Installation of | Judgmpiit, With Bvery Hidden Thlim, teachers and officers at morning; Whether It Hn Good or Whether it ?S r , v - 'B 8ermo " " 11(1 communion ut j ]j e Kvll." Eccles. 12, Remarks: BOMB i? ! **.JSSS5S. n A 7 ^-VJ!V* t " In K, on "" ?«r*l 0 « at 6:«. tlroup mMtlnfs. 7:UO 3:30. Kvmilne service 7:45 o'clock. Her- , , "Thn 30nd of the Trull." Text, j all-day mooting at tho church, Klrst Methodist Church Truxlun anil II NlroetH Union, of Tomorrow." Christian Endnav. orers at 8:30. At 7:80 a group of California delegate* to tho Congress of Youth this suimner will hnlil u rally, the theme being "Christian Youth Building a New World." leaders fr6m various parts of tho state will have charge, First Congregational Church Seventeenth and O Streets Reverend A, 8. Donat, Pastor Church school promotion program, Including motion picture on Africa, will be conducted at 8:45 In Plymouth hall. The Friendship class for adults niccts at 10 o'clock. Morning wrvlco at 11 o'clock. Sermon on "Uko a PrlcelenK Pearl." Magurs and Argonauts for young peoplo meet In the evening. Choir rehearsal on Thursday Rl 7:30 p. m. Barbecue dinner In nhftrge of Albert S, Ooodo. will be open to the public at Peacock stock farm on Friday, October 9, First I'rcHbytcrlaii Church Sfvontoonth and H Street* Jlevere.nd John Murdoch, Pastor Sunday school, 9:46 a. m., gradod M»e«, Mrs. C. B. Rouse, «iipe,rin- tpiident. Morning: nervloo, ii o'clock. Th*mo, "A Moral Impossibility." Text, Matthew »7:42. Nursury during morning service. Evening- service, 7:30 o'clock. Thcrne "The Epileptic Boy." Tent, M»tth«w K:l«. Soloist, Mist) ' -icy Tyrcr. C. 13, Soclelles, Juniors, to 7:45 v. m. Cartoon for the ohll- dren. Special liuialo. Tc-aohor'n . tUivercnd Orovor C. Haluion, l>a«tur fiumiay Huhool, 0:4r. H, in. Mru. Sheldon , . Morning porvlco, 11:00 Ing, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.; prayer meet- o'clock. Text. "The llop« of the Worlil Ing Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. CottnBe I I" I'M Minorities." ICvenlnit Hervlce, prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 at th* | 7:30 u'oluoh, Toil, "Tli« Power of MX- aniplo." Itfttnarku; Thr«» Kpworth I.i'iilfiien will Spiritual Sclenru Church No. 131 C13 Kaxl Nineteenth fitrcot Hflverend 8. 1'. Smith, Pastor incot Huhdny evanlng. Junior ill l.niRun m the farsoimKn for uooliil hour nt fi:00 p. m. HlBh School League with Ho»» Anderxon. Subjoin, "Looking Ahoad." K«<nlor -.. . . , . » i n»u"je»:v. I'UnKinic Alieaii Kf Wednesoay evening. September 30. i,ca B ue cahinnt meellnit' ti:00 p. Frank Mlekley. president of the Nn- negiilar inottilnc ni 11-10 vvltii ih« i tlpnal KoUeratlon of Bplrltual Sclenoo "ri*n j Ha Mon Churches will i-pt-ak at 8 o'clock, fol- of (!-owth " Intlt »Wl 1^4. •-.« f. „ _•..».--*. /..,... *(„..,,._,. tita. V * •»,«• V *T Kit , Whlskurs and old-time cos- lumps will be In ortter. Bill Cooper visited at tho d. H. Moore home Wednesday and later with Nine Hayes. visitor* at Blake and Woody Schools worn Miss Clella Mo- Pullough. dental nurne. and Miss Anna Maud Anderson, art «uper- vl»or. Tho children of Woody School took Hovcral prlJtee at tho. stnto fair this your. There worn one first, two sec- onilH and unothe.r prize. Ward ond Hubert Woody and Jom>ph Wcrlnwr wore buMtness visit- ore In Bukersfleld Thursday. Utah. Now arrivals at the Tehachapi Valley Hospital are: A daughter. born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Scott, ,» '- llw Churvh of Christ lowed by messages from flowers by tho pllKlor and other work em. Olldalc Cominiinlly Church Lincoln and California Klre.etn, Olldalo Reverend Cyril M. Hicks, Pastor Sunday school, «:!IO u. in. r.*laMS«s - „ , „. for adult* and children. TCvenlng ' Text. '"Die Homo of the Boul." Tho Seventeenth and O Siroeu, in KttKldR Hall Kvun«t!llbt J. David Taylor, I'axlor Sunday school, 10 n, in. Morning MlHH Alice Madlgan and Mrs. I Frances Woody attended tho teach- j luv " I <>rs' meeting held at Bakerstield on i Monday night. j Minn Eleanor Moore, Kern County s High School student, visited with! her parents last Bunday. 1 S. A. Woody spent Thursday and | Frlibt y at bis ranch repairing a bit rn. Kmmet Smith spent 'several days j . . . , who recently moved here from Call* ente. and a son born to Mr. and Mrs, limit Kirschenmann September 22. The Ktrachemnanns have come up. from Shatter for the harvesting of tho potato crop. Thorllef Olson of Mojave underwent a major operation at the local hospital Monday. Mrs. Cora Horn of Monolith, Mm. Nema Rainey, Mrs. Ray Trusty. Mrs. Anita Cowan, Mrs. Mildred Hicks and Mra. Ruby Nettleton and Miss Dolly Weatfalt drove to Baker*field Thursday evening to attend an Kaolorn Star meeting. Mrs. C. U. Meyer and son Jackie. the Misses Ruth Meyer and Alice Hcauford. Mrs. Drove Wilson and Mrs. Austin Wonnacott were Bak- ersfleld visitors Monday. • . Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McDonald and daughters of Los Angeles visited at Uio homo of their aunt, Mra, F. B. Slddens Thursday en route to Merced to visit relatives. Albert Ancker is in San Francisco this week attending the bankers' convention. , _ ., . ,' , ,..,*• «*.«,. I, Bl. k7M.IVII D|r0lll DW»Vlfl» Ut&JO urTr^-'KVS.irvlVTi?."^ ™°* ' M * "^ W " Text "Tl>« llnmn nt I ha Knnl •• Tl.« ' «•*»«"; . , _ Mrvtce. 7:30 o'clock, "A Fellowship of Christian Youih." Cnnillrllitbt iri- KlalUitlnn m>rvlce for the PIlKi'im Pol- lowohlp officers. IwidH's' Aid . Thursaay, October 1, at 2 p. m. In tho church. St. 1'uul'n (hiirrh (I'rutnManl Corner Seventeenth nnd I Slretl* The Reverend William 15. Patrick. Pastor Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity. nwvlc«B iiu follows: s a, in., holy ootn- 11 a, in.; High School, 0:15 Young Paople'*, 0:30 p, m. munlon; , p. m.i jll a. in., a, m,, church school; morning prayer and H<T.... ..... Thursday, 7:80 p. m. Organlst-dlroo tor, Mrs. P. M. Smith. Gospel Gleaners Mission Choir, I inou; 7 p. in., Young Peoplo'B Kellow- of street, Oppoilte the , Williams School, Eaut Bakersfleld C. D, Kpoticer, Paxtor Sunday school, J:*B. Morning wor^ •hip, li o'clock. Eh-*ng»l|«Uc »»rv- joe, T:»0 p. m. Regular prayer meeting Tutfday, 7:10 p. m. Young people's meMing Thur«d*y, 7:80 p. m. Street m«*lln* Suturdsy, 7:30 p. m>, corner UaH«r and Stunner ttr««U, Sunday morning broadcuat ov«r radio •tatlon WCXAt >ilO to » o'clock. inou; 7 p. in., Voung Peoplo'H Kelli «hlp. C. R, Wakefleld, Jr., choir dl- rwHor and Mrs. uiura H. Nichols, oreanliit Oritan prelude (a) Andanto Cantabllo from Symphony No. 4, r: (b) Claire, de Luno, Karit-BI- offfrtory anthem, "The Radium Morn," Woodward; pootludo, Panfarm. T. Carl Whltmer. W«dn«Kiay, all- day rne«tine St. Paul's dulld; at F.sO p. m., choir rehearsal. St. John'* Lutheran Church < Corner of Twentieth and C Streets. Louis A. Kueffn«r, Pastor Church <if Christ slnaeris, tralneU by lC>«iiK»ll«t J, David Taylor an<3 Mr». i Taylor, will l>p heurd over \VGXAI i broudraul nimloii Sunday uflernooti at : 1 to 1:30 o'clock, uud Kvangellst Tay- j lor will speok on the New T|>»tnirnrnt ' Church, very Huiirtay ht-rfcaftf-i-, the i four Kern county Churches of Chrld \ will he auMstltiR Taylor and Makers- WASCO field member» in pultliiK such u. i'«- ""ioun provrum on the air. .Mission of Love, Splrltimllsl Ifeiwe.'n Cullfornla AVOUIIM und Klcwnth HtroiM on Kern 8trt-(,-t Jluttrlulta MUon, Mliilstvr WASCO. Sept. 26.—Henry Devon-i nf-y hail the nilt>ft>rtutio to havn a ', horan full on him In thu muuntalns reiHMitly while on n bunting trip, j i Mr. Duvenney hfid ribs cracked on ! j both tilde* and oihcrwlue bruised and '•• • Injuri-.l, itlthoiiKh lie cuutlnued on lilw trip ami Biicceeded in g«ttlng his i Otheni In the party who shot • HI i _ . j v«* I'l . v^vitvtn »ti Li4T- I'* (** v» vw n\J &it\j\ .«.,.i!"'.« e P'i Vlc ,?' 7 ,\ 3 ,°, ocl w' ck r, 8o »K!t1ct'i- were Hubert KUIot and Bi-ooks •. srii lc tr,„!.? c te*- ... f ? iv ™ ?•«»«« hy i diHh who Bundiiy »ehool cUu«, e;»0 a. in, and Junior Bible tn««t in tor Sunshine Allulon Roberta Laiut, Hlvorvlew 8. P, OUtAtplA, Pa»tor Sunday Mhool, 8:« a. m. Evsn , TSIO p'clpok. Th* Man o a every , who * U4ch« In, the BanrfieW «ma t dft«gtt«r, Mr. wr ffw» *M» ,0 p« IB« uftaiejr ju - . ft 16:80 », m. The Oi« .KUbJftct, "Th Faith." Blbla ituiSy and toplo cu»*io4i for old and -rpunf 8 evening In the church at 6:10, fag* n'jrt week a» fOllow/i: A followed by fr<*u mes- , nugert conducteil by Mrs. Hlnclilon, ! Circle on Wednesday night. J'Y«e in«»- UlviiiB lioolliiK In all surv- two. Httrrv MoAVIll-i o irraun ° v «I? u P n J Iceo. Church of Ood Cheater Avonuo and Dcoutur Streuta, R. R. Oreon, Pat tor Rally day program, NG to 11:80 a, m, Toting people's meeting, 7 p. m. Evening service, 7:4S o'clock. Drama s«rnion by pastor and conure- traiion, "Auction of a tioy." Mennonlte Brethren Church Corner of Miller and Monterey StreaU , P, .N. Htebwrt. Pastor *&&*#&»*•*' . T4 aod'i { Jess Wlnn was also among the lucky hunters to return with a doer' ; and the Winn family and friends are i en loving venison this we«k. Ml*s Mary Deans of Oakland ha* arrived In Wasco to take up duties' as a new teacher in the Wasco Ete-1 mentary School. Mrs. Allan Johnston is In San Francisco for several days thU week. Harrv Mooro fell from a motorcycle that he was riding Tuesday and was, painfully injured. Reverend C. S. SohMffer and children and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Elm«s and daughter Lu»lla won dinner gueaU of Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Kills On WA4n«sday evening. Mr. a«4 Mr*. jnmrl«« _C«rtt» and PIANOS RENTED, SOLD For as lillle as $4.00 per month you may rent a fine piano, and arrangements can be made so that if you later decide to buy we will allow you full credit for the amount of rental paid on the purchase of any pinuo. Many Flni Bargains NEW and Used Don C. Preston Ninttiinth and H Struts , . Balm daughter- Miss Zor* of Bakerefiel4, •7:80 BIWo were Sunday dinner guests of Us* f • SJdwtn Booths- SUN KONQ HKRB CO, CON«UUT^TION6 j Wonderful fcslt 1 '" **-*-•** acute altraenti. „ . ttnmaen trwjW*. ttc effective tfirHai «

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