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THE BAKEHSF1ELD CAL1FORXIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, OMM TY EW • .-.-. "^7!f*f< *?*J,t.t+* * ™*» %&& - h : ,*rfg& STUDENTS WILL HOLD SERVICES Candlelight Program to Be Given at Delano t Sunday Night on DELANO, T>ec. 31.—A Now Year randlelJght program will mark tho ovenlng nervice of the Community Methodist Church on Sunday night. The service will open nt 7:30 and will bo In charge of .the High School and ,J unlor College Epworth Iieaguers. Mien Ruby Shlfflet will bo in charge of the worship service. VTho Tryst," the scene of which is laid at a crossroads In tho shadows, will be presented by the dramatics club. The characters are: "America," MJsfl Kuby Shifflet; America's children, Harriett Smith, Nelson Hang and Letaml McCormtck; The Past, Miss Clarkie Sharp; Tho Future, Miss N'nncy Smith; Memory, Patricia Abbey; Hope, Both Shlno. fThe complete program follows: Prelude; call to worship; choral response; reading, "Tho New Year"; prayer: choral response; anthem, "Another Year Is Dawning"; scripture reading; reading, "The Day and the Work"; hymn, Jesus Calls Us"; offertory; anthem, "Another Year of Mercy"; "Tho Tryst"; sermonette; benediction. At tho morning service the pastor, Ueverend William C. Eddy, will preach from tho subject, "The Plain of Ono." The chorus choir will sing, "The Heart of God," by McAfee. Oildale Card Club Entertains Husbands OILDALE, Dec. 3t. — The Jolly KIght Bridge Club, which consists of women membars only, entertained v thelr husbands with a bridge party- Thursday ovenlng at the home of Mrs. Bertha P. Elliot. A potluck dinner wan served at 7 o'clock, nfter which bridge was played until a late hour. Ladles' prizes were won by Mrs. Mason McMurray, first; Mrs. H. J. Hath, .second, and consolation by Mrs. C. X. Morrison, Men's prizes wero won by Mason McMurray, Fred H. West and Claude W. Morrison, respectively. Members and their husbands present included Messrs, and ^esdames ,O. IV. Morrison. H. J. Hath, A. N. Klrod, R. R. Flshell und Mason Mc- Murnuy, also Mcsdnmes Klva Caldwel] and Bertha P, Elliot, members. Nonmcmber guests wero Mr. and Mrs. Perry Whltaker, Mrs. C. I. Dren- uan and Fred IT. West. LEGION DANCE TONIGHT DELANO, Dec. 31.—Plans are complete for the dance which is to bo given tonight by the Merle Heed Post of the American Legion. This has become an anuuat event with the post und IK looked forward to by those who enjoy dancing. Isaac's orchestra will provide good music, which was en- Joyed at the recent Christmas eve dunco of the post, and there will bo favors for all with which to welcome tho new year. AUXILIARY TO MEET FELLOWS. Dec. 31.—Tho American Legion Auxiliary No. 63 will hold its regular meeting Tuesday evening, January 3, In Legion JJall. Mrs. Vivian Utzerath will preside. SCHOOL OPENS TUESDAY FAIRFAX, Dec. 31.—Fairfax school authorities announce that school will reopen Tuesday, January 2; also that the serving of hot lunches will begin on that day. West Side Stars Will Sew Quilts for Needy Folks FELLOWS, Deo. 31.—Mrs. C, A. Brand, president of the Areme Club, O. E. S., haa called an all- day special meeting of the olub for Tuesday, January 3, at the Masonic Temple to sew on quilts which are much needed Immediately by families In Fellows. The members will assemble at 9 n. m., with a pottuck dinner at noon and all ladles Interested are asked to assist In this worthy cause. Donations of material for quilts will be gratefully accepted, both cotton and wool fillers, as well as coverings. EASTERN STAR LOVELY PARTY WASCO, Doc. 31.—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Habacker of Tuft were honorees at a lovely party given at the Masonic temple Thursday evening by members of tho Wasco Kastern Star. Tho evening was spent at cards with prizes awarded to Mrs. Hurry Stock and to Mr. Habacker. The guests of honor were presented with an electric waffle Iron by the members. Arrangements for tho party were in charge of Mrs. Ruth Lohr, who was assisted by other members. Refreshments were served nt the banquet tables which were decorated with bowltf of holly. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Varner of Taft were special guests. TO OPEN WASCO SHOP WASCO, Dec. 31.—Henry C. Ncnfcld of Shafter will open nn automobile accessory shop in the Prltschke building here next week. The building haa been remodeled and a new stock of materials is being placed, Tho business will be managed by Harry Smldt, who Is well known In business circles here. ARVIN ARVIN, Dec. 31.—Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bonesteel and family have moved, their furniture going to their now home at Helma and the family to 1800 Forrest street, BakorsfloUl, where they will stuy until the closo of high school. Among those who «re going to Fas- adcna for the Tournament of Roses ure Air, and Mrs. Harry Chuever, Velva and Shirley Ann, Mr. and Mr.s. Elmer .Sivnnsen nnd «on Gilmore, the Rexroth family, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Yausay, Mr. and Mrs. U. R. Brand, Marie and Lelnnd Brand, Mr. and Mrs. Warder Nance and family, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Bonesteel and family. The .Bnkersfleld High School boys who aro going from hero ure Harry Cheevor, Eurl Stone, Hop Pipes, BUHa Berryhlll and Robert Bonesteel. Word reaches hero that Mrs. John Kranter, who was badly injured when knocked down by an automobile, Is doing as well us could be expected. Her collarbone was broken In four places and sis ribs wero broken. Tho first report that she wau hit by a hit- nnd-run driver was incorrect us tho driver failed to see Mrs. Krauter in the dusk but stopped und rendered aid, Mrs. I.eo Duncan anil daughters have returned to their homo in I,ong Boach after a visit ut tho O. W. Rat- llff home. Mr. ami Mrs. Bob Nance nnd family and Mr. and Mrs. Will Nance and family hwve returned to their homos at Downey after visiting the F, A. and Warder Nance families. Doctor nnd Mrs. A. G. Elvln and daughter left Wednesday for their par* ents' homes In Canada where they will visit for some time before settling In a now location. ^••••••••••••••iH ^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™ HAPPY YEAR May the Incoming Year Bring You Health and Happiness, Friendship, Family Felicity and Prosperity, PIGGLY-WIGGLY AND SAFEWAY STORES ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f ^^^f ^^^^^^^^^^r DISTRIBUTION WITHOUT WASTE .1 BONESTEELS HONORED IN FAREWELL ENJOY HOLIDAY PARTY AS GUESTS OF WASCO MATRONS AHV1N, Dec. 81.—A group of friends gavo Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bonesteol a farewell party at the Arvln School Wednesday. Krldffa and oootlo were played and nfter refreshments were served Mrs. H. H. Seat made n very lovely talk, bidding- the guests O f honor faro well and happiness In the homo to which they are going. Mr, and Mrs. Bonestoel responded. Present at tho party wore Mossri. and MesdamoH Harry Choever, A. Westorlund, Harry Wldmer, Ralph Stockton, W. T. Mahin, C. F. Rexroth, Mrs. H. H. Seat, O. W. Hatllff, Warder Nances, Mrs. A. U Mason, Mrs, Lee Duncan, Mrs. Homer Berryhill, Doctor and Mrs. Thomas Hill, Kd Saint, Trent Stockton, Alta, Ward and Douglas Stockton, Merrlam and Merrill Bonesteel, Evelyn Westerhmd, Robert and Richard Mahin, Bonnie Duncan and Blllle Nanue. The Christian Endeavor group gavo Hetty and Robert Bonenteel a farewell surprise party at the H. R. Porttrmn homo Wednesday evening. Cootie and other games wore played. Lovely KlfK were presented to each of tho honor guests and refreshments were served at the card tables to Virginia Krauter, Velvn and Harry Choever, Mara Vftrpon, ]3erntce Permenter, Hnssel* Cobb, Marie and Iceland Brand, Virginia and Bob Tuoker, Dorothy and Harold Portman, Betty and Robert Bonesteel. Robert and Don Holler, Vernon Rollins, Mndnlyn, Marjorlo, Evelyn, Clalr and Herman Rexrolh and Claud Bishop. W ASCO, Dec. 31.—A combined Christmas and Now Years party wa.H given to all of tho little children of tho neighborhood by member* of tho Woman's Vrogrcsslvo Club, on tho afternoon of Doc. 20, at tho homo of Mrs. James Little, president of tho club. Forty-Hevfin little guests wero entertained with music, recitations, a visit from Sanla Glaus, hot chocolate and cookies. Each received a suitablo gift, and a box of home-made candy as they departed, The members responsible for the program, candy, toys, entertainment h and conveyance to and from tho parly wore: Mesdumos Bertha Plxley, Charles Bishop. T. Fiilbrlffhl, "William Klassen, V. Unso, Wtlwln Hooth, Joe AUrlnger, C. Whltn, George Hununor- vlle, M. Thornburg, C. Homfcld, K. Keeker, J. KirnpHon, M. \Va»»on, John Nalo, C. Hurnqulfit, Genrgn Siemens, U Unuk, W. U. Ulory nnd Misses Irma Klassen, Francos Thompson, Kutho- lone BurnqulHt and Dorothy Nalo. KERN MATRON'S S CALLED James Tweedy, 82, Pioneer of Early Gold Rushes, Passes Away '•" Maple Students Name New Heads at School Meet •$> REBEKAH LO O WASCO We Wish You Happiness and Success in 1933 C. N. JOHNSTON SHOPS Corner Eighteenth and O Street's Former Kern Girl Announces Wedding DELANO, Doc. 31.—Announcement has just been made of tho marriage, which Is of local interest, of Miss Evelyn Fleharty. daughter of Mr. find Mrs. Clarence H. Fleharty, formerly of McFarland, but now of Porterville, and Darrel Byers of Porterville. Tho marriage was solemnised In September, and last week tho young couple decided to announce it to their Por- tcrvlllo and Delano friends. Mrs. Byers Is a graduate of the Delano Joint Union High .School, and a former employe of the local telephone office. Mr. Byors Is a well-known citrus grower of the Porterville district, and,the couple will make their home there. ^*. RIO BRAVO RIO HRAVO, Dec. 31.—Mr. and Mrs. K W. Hang ami their grandson, Glenn Hang of Martinez, who have been spending tho holidays with relatives here, motored to Los Angeles Tuesday and spent the week with relatives In the Houth. They wove accompanied by their son Carl and their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Haag and son Bobby. John Brewers of Frultvato called at IP W. B. Wilson homo Saturday. Wesley Martin returned to Vear- ington, Nov., Friday, nfter spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Martin and family. Wesley is a teacher In the 'Yearlngton High School. Mm. F. J. Schlerlmann and daughter, l£lnor Frances, visited Mrs. Stella Martin in Biikorsfield Friday. Mr. a ml Mrs. J. O. Coble have moved from the J. K. Hngeman ranch at Rosedalo to the Ramsey ranch recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Peto Bergen. Chris Dudley of Pacific Grove IH visiting at the homo of his Hon-ln- luw R. P. Klrkham. Miss Birdie Suydam of Baker.sfleld spent tho past few days at her home here. Woodrow Graves and Verdi Wilson recently motored to McFarland on business. Tho S. W. "Winters family, old-time residents of Rio Bravo, .ire moving from this district to Oklahoma. Mr. Winter left this week with tho furniture and will veturn later to take the rest of the family, lie WHS accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Walter duly and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1\ figure nnd daughter, and Miss Carrie Leo Winter. They wore joined at OJal by Clarence Winter and family, who will also make their homo In tho east. Tho Wnltpr White family were recent dinner guests ut tho W. E. Mayhew homo at Greenfield. WASCO, Dec. 31.—MK nnd Mrs. Denny Simpson have moved to IXJH Angeles, where Mr. Simpson has been transferred by tho Standard Oil Company. Mrs. C. C. Atklson and son Byron have returned from a business trip to Low Angeles. Mr., and Mrs. Charles Westenberg have returned from tho north, where they visited with relatives over tho holidays. Ralph Beckes was hero from Lo- mooro for several days at tho homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Beckos. Mrs. R. R. Carter and children and Alfred Storm, house guest of tho Car- tors, are spending several days at Shall Beach at their cottage. Mr. Carter will go over for tho week-end, Miss Wlnonn Fry, who has spent tho past week with friends and relatives In Los Angeles, will return today. Mr. and Mrs. Qraden Clark and daughter have returned from "Whittier, where they spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. William Klnnen will entertain Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Blank and their two children, Arthur and Ruth, and Frod Blank and Raymond Rnnckoff, at dinner Sunday evening. Mrs, IT. 13. Decker und family of Los AngeloH wore recent overnight visitors nt tho homo of Mr, nnd Mrs. W. G. Ulery. Mr. and Mrs. C. White are expecting their daughter, Miss Doris White of San FrnncKsco, over New Years. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McNeil will have as their New Yenrs dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. -Edwin Booth and their sona Albert, "Wilbur nntl Donald, Myrtle Booth, and her father, Albert Booth. Mrn. Kdlth Colver Bell presided at a luncheon Friday in honor of Miss Henrietta Cook of Fresno, who upon her return to that city will be nccom- panled by her mother, who will visit with frk'iidN for a week. Mr. mid Mrs. Jo Altrlnger are planr.lns: on spending New Years clay Ir. Pnsadenn. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Winter, ;ind will witness the Rose Tournament. OILDALE »• — ^ ^ ^— -^^r ^ • v — I - • — —m ^m having boon re- Oeneral Hospital confined for the OILDALE, Dec, 81,—William Schmllsr. of 254 Washington street, IH convalescing at home, leased from Kern whore ho had boon pant soven weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Harmon are leaving cacly tomorrow morning for Lindsay, where they will spend Sunday and Monday with Mr. Harmon's brother. Charles Poo returned homo yesterday from the Kern Clnnnrnl Hospital where ho had been confined for the past three weeks with Rcarlet favor. Mr. itnd Mrs. Kenneth Ross and Mr, nnd Mrs. W. O. Whltworth aro leaving tonight to spend Sunday and Monday visiting friends In Vlsalln. Lloyd lln«zftrd l« homo after spending several days at Taft visiting his sister, Mrs. Lowell Dowdy. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Preston and family were recent visitors at tho Franklin homo In Rlvervlew. Mrs. Lodger Smith of I-lobbs, N. M., visited with Mrs. Bertha P. Elliott, Thursday. H was their first meeting In flvo years, Fred Went of tho Value Market, will leave tonight for Long Bench to Join his family who aro vlHltlng there. While In the south Mr. and Mrs, Wost will attend the Tournament of noses at Pasadena. Misses Edna White, Maxlno Miller, Laura nnd Hazel Trout spent yesterday In the mountains enjoying tho snow. They wore accompanied by Calvin and Glenn Thomas. Mrs. Cloycl Preston and daughter Patsy May were recent visitors at the Glen Preston home, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Walters have returned after spending a week visiting with friends ut San Joso and Santa Cruz. Mr. and Mrs. Muriel Culberson of Ventura are making on extended visit with Mrs. Culberson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Tram moil. Mr«. . L. T. Weaver and children Wanda and Jlmmle are spending the week with Mr. Weaver at Watson- Miss Ruth Stocktlll of Aubery, Calif., has boon spending the past week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. MtocktUl. FELLOWS <*> DIBLANO, Doc. 81.—Mrs. H. S. Mo- Cloen received word on Friday of the death of her father, James Tweedy, on that afternoon at tho family homo in San Francisco, Mr. Tweedy wna a native of County Armagh, Ireland, and was an oarly pioneer of Nevada, coming to that slato In 1873. ITo saw tho Comst.oolc gold rush at Virginia, Nevada, the Bodlo, California, gold boom, tho hoom In Aurora, Nevada, and many of the other historic mining events of that stato. Hn farmed In Nevada for mnny years after his mining experiences, and later ran a dairy. • Tho family moved to San Francisco In 1000 and hava made their homo thore since thnt dato. Tie was 82 years old and Is survived by one son and flvo daughters. David II. Tweedy, Miss Daisy Tweedy and Mrs. St.. Elmo M. Powell, all of Hnn FranclHco; Mrs, Lea R JQwertt of Wat- Honvllle, and Mrs. MoCloes of Delano, 3 grandchildren and ono great grandchild. Mr. Tweedy visited In Delano on many occasions nnd wan well known hero. Funeral services will bo Monday morning at 10 o'clock. WASCO, D»o. 31.—The students of Maple school recently elected of- flcera for the remainder of the year. Thone elected are: Anna Sllvkoff, president) Eda Shnnnon, vice- president; Alma Penncr, secretary; Arnold Wittenberg, discipline leaden 8am Chernnbuff, program chairman. Alice KUaaen wna president until she moved to Fresno. The eighth oruda also elected two new prei Ming offlcera, Martha Suderman, president, nnd George Shannon, vice-president. i r v h * Departing Member Honored by Friends; lo Live at Morro Hay JOLLY PARTY DELANO FELLOWS. Dec. 31.—Relatives and friends from Fellows attending tho funeral rites of Mrs. Edward Fletcher, held at the Bakersfletd Mortuary Friday, were Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Smyser and sons Arnold and Clifford, Mr/nnrl Mrs. Edgar Smyser. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parker and daughter Lucy Mao and son Wilson, Mrs. C. A. Corbln and daughter Marfo, and Homer Parker. Miss Lucy Mae Parker has returned from a visit with Mrs. W. O. Doano at Ilitflilnnri P;irk, Bnkersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. George Rltterslmchcr and granddaughter. Mtss Phyllis Rown, aro on joying a visit with their son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. George Rltter, In San FfanclHco. Messrs. Everett and Ernest Fletcher of Conltngn. have returned homo after u visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Smyser of tho Santa Fc. Mr. .anil Mrs. Malcolm H. Goode, nnd Arnold Kmyser spent tho Christinas holiday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore nnd daughter, M!HH Helen Mooro, In ITuntington Park. Mr. and Mr.x. Goode remained for a longer visit. MARICOPA PALM McKITTRICK ^'^ ^^^*^ ^^ w^ v ^f m-f vacation at inothnr. Mrs. McKITTHICIv Doc. 31.—Mr, anil Mrs. J. Knrrar of Manleca spent tho Christmas holidays here with Mrs. Kurrar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sum Humsey. .Too Fuller and Roy Watson of Martinez upcnt a few dnys recently with .Mrs. Fuller and family. U T. Arnold and daughters Mildred anil l&ather were visitors In Bak- ersfleld rccen t ly*. Mr. and Mrs.'Martin Bell of Ventura have returned home after spending Christmas with Mr. tind Mrs. Louden Bell. MlBB Viola Green has cone to San Francisco for the hoIIdayS Mr. and >lrs. Elmer Brltlffwatcr aro vlRltln? relatives in LOH Angeles and vicinity. M(SH Isabel TChlers IB spending her Dos Palso with her , _ Mabel KhlerH. Miss Jean HarrlH Is upendlnt; her \ ant Ion with her grandmother, Mrs. Catherine f'ascy In San LucaH. Mr. and Mrs. J. Furnace aro vIsittnR relatives In LOH Angelas. Mrs. O. Harris and daughter Dorothy and ATriry Smltji spent Monday In 1'aso Robins. O, W. Tracy, F. D. Northoott and K. K. Herd rot urnt-d to their In Long TJeurh reoontly. \Vhilo they \voro employed by tho Purmun Oil Company, Mr. ami Mrs. Kdward T>eo and family loft \VodnoHOay for their new home at Van Xuys. Mr.s. O. Harrlf has as her eucsts her nlstor Miss M. rnsoy und JlisH Furnlu Davln nf San Franclscp. Bon Ferstluntl IH spuondlng a few darn In San Frunolm-o with relatives. W. D. Splrer left Friday for n few days' visit with relatlvoH in Lynwood, Mr. anil Mrs. Sam Lewis of La Pauze werp McKlttrlck visitors Friday. ^^-^^ ^^ ^^—^^ — __ _ ^r PAT^M, Boo. 31.—Mr. and Mrs. Or- vlllo Hiomforth. Mr*?. Perkins of Bak- ersfleld. and Miss Grace Perkins of •Sifcrnmcnto were Saturday afternoon guestH at tho O. W. Hlemforth ranch. Word has boon received that George Mans, who has heen taking troatrnents at tho S. P. Hospital at Sun Francisco, for his neck, had an attack of scarlet fever and has been moved to tho County Hospital o? San Francisco. A. Brown of Kernvtlle was a recent guest of O. W. Jllernforth. Mr. nnd Mrs. J, Cave and Mr. and Mrs. TV. P. Lewis are spending a few days at Los Angeles. Miss June Bockendorf has returned from Los Angeles where she Hpent Christmas with her grandmother. Dale Brlmhall, who has been In the hospital with an attack of diphtheria, has been removed to his homo. Misses Katherlnc and Tholnia Beavers of Hosedale wero recent guests at the Halljert Heath home. ' Mists Dorothy Hiomforth spent tho week-end as a guest of Miss Lillian Lewis. MARICOPA, Dec. 31.—Mr. and Mrs. R. Morris and daughter, Evelyn, spent Thursday and Friday visiting with relatives and friends before returning to their home In Olendnle. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mulford of Bakersfleld motored to Marlcopa Thursday evening to attend an alumni dance. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Chocsohrough and daughter Irene have returned home after spending tho past week In Los Angeles vlKltlng relatives. Miss Francos Weaver of Bakersfield spent Thursday visiting with her brother, Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woods have returned from spending a week In Los Angeles visiting with relatives. Harry Irish, who IH in tho navy at San Podro, Is unending several days visltine with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kfl Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith of Santa Barbara are visiting Hf the home of Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Russell. Miss Kathryn Rupp, who spent tho Christmas vacation with her mother, Mrs. Sara Rupp, returned to her home In Palo Alto. Miss Stella Fltchett, who U attending "Woodbury's Business College, has returned to Los Angeloa after spending the holidays visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kd FUchett. Johnnie Havenstrlte of LOH Angeles is spending the holidays at the home of George Downing. Mr. and Mrs, Joo Blanco and Johnnie have returned to their home at the Cnyama ramrh after spending several days visiting In San Luis Oblspo and Santa Maria. The first Installation of tho Re- bokahs nnd Odd Follows will bo hold in Marlcopa on January G, to which all Rebekahs and their friends are Invited. PARTY FOR DAUGHTER WASCO. Dec. 31.—Mrs. Fred Berkau entertained recently In honor of her daughter Winifred's birthday. The guests wero Elsie McDonald of Buk- ersfteld, who is Winifred's house guest for the holiday week, Eleanor Berkau, Jean Coe, Melvu King, Robert nnd Patsy Coo. After the guests had en- Joyed games a birthday cake was cut and served. DELANO, Dec. 31.—Guy Jones, student at the Polytechnic High School In San Luis Oblspo, Is spending the holidays here with his mother, Mrs. Lena Jones. . Mr, and Mrs. Dudley Mlddleton -hnvo returned to Oakland after a holiday vslt here with Mrs. MIddloton'fl parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Vogel have returned from Los Angelas, where they visited Mrs. Vogel's mother, Mrs. J. B. Klndlg, who Is critically ill In M«- morlal Lutheran Hospital. Kdward S. Green Is homo from SRW- telle, where ho visited his brother. Frank 73. Green, over tho holidays. Frank Green, who has been In a hospital during the past yoar, remains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fry hove returned to Glondalo nfter a visit with Mr. Fry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fry. and with Ills sister, Mrs. Chester Bock and family, all of tho Hlott Dairy farm. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Boggs have returned to Las Vegas after a holiday visit here with their sons Leanord ana Arthur Faylo and families. Mr. Boras Is chief of police of Lus Vegas. Miss Josephine Brockman, student at Holy Cross High School in Santa Criu, Is spending tho holiday vacation hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert O. Brockman. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Campbell have returned to Tracy after a holiday visit with .Mrs. Campboll'B sister, Mm. Paul Immermnn and family. Eleanor nnd Keith McQuown aro Bltlng with their grandmother, Mrs. II. C. McQuown of Porterville. WASCO, Doc. 31.—A Jolly pnrty wan given recently at the homo of Rover- oml nnd Mm. J. C, Schweitzer, of tho Gorman Baptist Church, for tho members of tho B. V. P. U. anil their friends. An evening of gamoa and contests wan arranged by the hosts and prizes were awarded io Oscar Knopf nnd CHon Hadlock. Reverend Sohwottzor entertained with a story and Christinas carols wore sung. The affair was In the nature of a Christmas party nnd refreshments wore served at tho close of the ovenlng. Tho guoftts wore Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Khrhorn, Mr. and Mrn. Everett Kroesch, Mr, nnd Mrs. Carl Gromor of Las Vegas, and Misses Mildred IShrhorn, Jean Robertson, Edith Ner- Ilng, Olgn Clromer, Solma Knopf, Louise Ponnor, Cnrmn Woodard, Marie .Tnnzon, Ollndo Koenlg, Norma Kos- Imm, Elizabeth Otto, Lillian find. Viola Wodol, nnd Messrs. Loe Reynolds, Olon Hndlock, Homer Rosknin, Vernon Knopf, Relnhold Otto, Oscar Knopf, Roy Kraft, Ernest Norllng and Rnlph Kraft. FRUITVALE FRUIT VALE, Dec. 31.—Mm. Mnrion GulHtl had n« her guest during the holiday season her brother, Gene Ward, who Is a member of tho United States navy, having enlisted ns u mechanic, Juno Renfro of Rosedalo and Gladys Pollctt of Bnkersflold were guests on '"ednoHday of Georgia Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lelsch and family of Green Acres and Mr. and Mrs. Gust Lolflch nnd family of Doscnnso Park wore dinner guests Mondny of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. IT. Ewert and family of Bakers f eld. Hersholl Champlln, who hns been spending the holidays at the homo of his parents, tyr. and Mrs. C. V. Cham- plln, will return Sunday to Palo Alto, whore ho Is enrolled at Stanford University as u senior. Mr. and MTH. Fred Spear and sons Marvin and Alfred of Famosn, accompanied by Mrs. Spear's mother, Mrs. Carpenter, and Mrs. Mnrporle Stockton, wore recent dinner guests of the Marshall Cowan family. I*. S. Wnrd of Long Bench was a holiday guest at the homo of his sinter, MI-H. Marlon Oulstl and family of Frultvtlo. Mrs. Olon Oinrk and granddaughter, Cnrlfiy Griffith of BukorsfleUl, spent Hoverul dnyn with Mrs. Clark's daughter, Mrs. Clark Williams of Jenkins Hoad. Mrs. Marjorle Stockton nnd daughter Patty Ann wore visiting friends in Taft during tho holidays. Mrs. s. P. Baldwin of BakorHfleld and Buy Baldwin of Snn Luis Oblspo wero guests recently nt the Clark WlllInniK homo. REDUCED PRICES Quick Service Office Over KImball & Stone W Nineteenth and Chester DR. GOODNIGHT ALL NEW YEA NATIO STORE O. SHAFTER SHAFTER, Doc. 31.—K, J. Poery, high school principal, and wife have returned from holiday visits to Cor- nonin and Portarvlllo. Mr. , Poory's mother and father, Doctor nnd Mrs. J. T. Poery, reside In Corcoran. Mr. and Mrs, C. F. Bunker, parents of Mrs. K J. Poory, have their home In Porterville. A farewell dinner was given for Barbara Roberta at tho P, lj. Arnold homo Thursday evening. Those attending wero Wlllene Camp, TQlaino Anderson, Sarah Scott and Virginia Meadows, Tom Hammer. Btynn Scott, .Too Knfftat Al Swalrn, Richard Arnold, Murray Arnold, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kntflo, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Scott of Santa Monica are enjoying a pleasant stay over tho holidays with their son, L. B. Scott and family. B. £1. Scott Is a retired government official. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. L*atta and family have returned from a yulettdo visit to relatives in Gustino. Mr. Latta, a member of tho local high Bchool faculty, made un early return In order to continue work on hfa museum material. Dr. and Mrs. O. J2. Slevers, their son Robert, .and Mrs. M. R. Hare have returned to their home at 620 North Kenwood, Glemlalo, after having been house guests at the P, T*. Arnold home for tho ChrlHtimiH holidays. Dec. HI.—Snmnrltan U«- brknh Lodge No. fiG, I. O. O. F., gavft n fnrowcll pnrly Thursday evening at tho Odd Fellows temple, honoring Mrs. W. a. Simpson, ono of tho members who with Mr. SlmpHon, Is leaving noon to reside at Morro bay, where they have n home In Tendinous. Mrs. J. A, Ilylton, n life-long friend of Mrs. Simpson, was chairman of the affair and had written n song whlflh tho chorus sang, dedicating It. to Mr. and Mrs. SlmpHon. Other numbers on tho program wero: Vocal duct, "Mallow Mountain Moon" by Mosdames PhyJlU W. fjlndflny nnd Mamie JS. Sutllff, Mrs. Volma R. Alton, accompanist at tho piano; rending by Mrs. J. A. Hylton, "Visiting Oldtimo Friends"; vocal duet, "Rolls of SI. Mnry," by Mpsdamen Lindsay and Sutllff, with Mrs. Allon accompanist; song by the chorus. ^ Mrs. Simpson wan presented with a lovely wnfflo Iron, a gift from the mambftttt, nnd nlso Individual giftB f Mrs. Phyllis W, Lindsay making the presentation speech. Games wore enjoyed, nnd later all adjourned to tho banquet room where cako nnd coffee woro served. Tb« tables 'wore lovely with polnaettla and holly. . Present beside tho honor guests, woro Me**™, nnd Mesdames Oust Johnson, W. L. Form way, F. H, Maygren. L. C. Sutllff, J. A. Hylton, C. A. Lindsay, L. T. Smith*, Mosdrimes Cecil Van 3Spp», Ktta Smith, Cyrtthla Norton, Dora J. Hedrlck, Amelia Flo* res, J. ft. Mason, Lottie Johnson, O. Woolen, Blanche Morgan, Volma Allen, Misses Winifred Formway, Nfiya, Allen, Lucllo Hodrlck, Elsie Cooper', Messrs. J. N, Williams, Atthwp Johnson and Charles H. Maygron. ^^ * j n * f , r Delano Boy Scouts Oamp on Mountain ' T J ' ^^_ m ^ f ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ . * DELANO, Deo. 81.—W. B* McQuown, Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop No. 38, left Friday morning by truck for Greenhorn mountain to spend Friday and Saturday. Members of tho troop making tho trip were Jamee Hvnns, Robert Gilbert. Fred Schlltz, Ralph Scott, Homer Ramsey, Norval nnd Harold Dyar, Howard Rndeltff, George Crenshaw, Jr., Robert Col- lodge, Duvid Godfrey, Paul Woollomes, Wayne nnd Waymnrd McQuown, Billy. Richardson, nnd Royal and Elmer Harvey. Two members of Troop No^ 35 mnde tho trip with them* They, woro Merlo Scott and Le Roy Brown. r ENTERTAINS CLASS ": WASCO, Dec, 31.—Miss Jean Rot)-: ertson was hostess to members of her Sunday Hchool class Thursday afternoon at her homo where'ft Jolly afterv noon was passed playing games following with refreshments. Miss Robertson was assisted by Miss Edith Nerllng In entertaining the llttlo people, who Included Wlnnlfred Bertkau, Irving and Edwin Williams, Barbara end Bobby Jonen, Lorraine Crawford- and Louis Charles Homfeld. r * . ' s t - - ' & :; ?:i i ^' -• m ffctfl r * ^ i'. !i^ v - ^. S • •;»~fl - . IV. J -*m - -• '- — V V,» r _. ' H ' *-. \ : V .-;.: i'-ifo i-'-t-lBj - M ' r, \H - • !: - , , - . Jl -,/v^ . . ^.^; --k •;r-33 ? A •" •*1- •Tu't , L.. ;*+•• h - i ^ < ,-1 i . -. _ , s . **'•• '***- • 1-. L_ t/^:-^ VI'^ i ; - f - '--- ' ' • 'L "Will There Be Any Marriages in Heaven?" If So, Who Will Perform the Ceremony? Will They Live Together Throughout Eternity? Will There Be Any Separation? "^ r - -. '.! , ^-;. /^p j "• - . • v • .1 - -,i -- . H T. I — . •• - ' . ''. . -..-.: , :- * * . ' -'I .--•X'l; ANOTHER GREAT LECTURE ,\ • - * ' ^i -tf. 1 ^ ;%A i -V " - - I • • Sunday, January 1,7:30 o'Clock, at *j j i= i v, r J-? : *C.L . r i^'v4fi .V*j*Si /i*-i*if ??^ViS '- ' . '< f.-T] -•* f—i It ?-^:.. ^is? ^*j$m -'fv A. , i-.. K 'Si3 J •^, ??$& t"- 1 .- TTrfl :/,'<- ^•-L rt -;*'^J C >- : ! *r,M* V'M/WSW The Boothby-Spillman Tabernacle Corner Chester Avenue and Eighth Street Meetings Every Night ThU Week Except Monday and Saturday. Big Vested Choir, Rousing Singing Service, Variety of Special Music. Listen to Radio Program Each Sunday From 5:30 to 6:00 o'Clock Over Station KERN. - b .1 *-r' 'i 1 . '! PEN *L • •\'* -i - l\ L i f * 1 . 'A: - J •t j

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