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Wednesday, January 4, 1933
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, EW OLIDAYS MERRILY SENT BY Defeat Proposal to Bity Property \. t-; J* IG PUN ol Sop WALERS BASIN CELEBRANT \ • L .1 • • Group Will Hear Arguments arid Reports i - ^W . j , of Convention .1 Jan. 4.—A debate on the, questlbri of compulsory co-oper- atWe marketing will be heard Friday ,«Vinipg;ai the meeting .of the local jprni center, when it convenes in regular • Session at the grammar school cafeteria. .The meeting.will open with ^potluck supper in charge of Mes- drtmes Ed. McKevett and J. W. Totton. The ! 3D ; resolutions which were passed upon by the members at the convention, held recently at Marys-* vllle,' #11! be discussed. Mins Wllma Long will give several readings, and the business Session will be presided over by'Chairman Ed Baker. MoFARLAND, Jam 4.—Great In. teratt was nhown In the election held at the grammar school office Tuesday afternoon, when 201 oltl- zehi oast their ballots In regard to the purchase of the* Full Gospel Tabernacle building by the gram* mar school district. On* hundred and forty-four votes were catt against'th* meaaura and sixty-one for lt. v •-•..'- - '• "•'': •' Th« ' propotltlon was that the tab«rn«e|e, which It located on LockWood av«nu« and Fourth 8tr«dt, and east of the; grammar school/building, be purchated for th« tchool ,to u«e at a shdp. Mrs. F. W. Dleklnton, Mrs. Erneat Walda and Mra. Edith Dlxon pra. aided at the tlactlon. PAR1Y IS ENJOYED S CLUBS WILL ENJOY JOINT MAIUCOPA, Jan. 4.— Members of Diversion Club entertained their families at an old-timers' party at the home of Mrs. Pearl Green, Saturday evening. After an enchilada dinner at 6 o'clock, five hundred was the chief diversion. Prizes for hlsjh score went to Jake Lehman and Mrs. Joe Eler- mann, and consolation prices were awarded to Henry Morris and Mrs. Jen sift Jepaen. Those who participated were Messrs. and.Mesdames Field Blackburn, James Lacey, ;. Charles Cheesborough, John JepHen, B. A. Walker! I. Weaver, Carl Moore, B. T. Price, Joe Elermann, Henry Morris, 'Mrs. Mabel Bond, Mrs. Luclnda Tarr, Mrs. Jreno Myers, Miss Irma Boust, Miss Helen Moore, Miss Evelyn Etermann; Messrs. J. J. Lehman, Harry Morris, Floyd Cheesbor- ough and Mrs. Pearl Green. McPARTjAND, Jan. 4.—Members of the Wasco Woman's Club will give a program' at the meeting of the McFarland Woman's Club Thursday afternoon at the club rooms. The local club members will serve a covered dish luncheon at 12:16, with Mrs. F. W. Dickinson, president of the local club presiding. Members of the Wasco Woman's Club and ot the.Wasco Progressive Club are invited to be guests of tho local club at this meeting. RIO BRAVO, Jan, 4.—Miss Ma*lne Moore was efected president of the Rio Bravo Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor, Saturday evening at a business meeting at the schoolhouse. Other officers elected were Miss Frances Wilson, vice-president; Harlln Wilson, secretary-treasurer; Miss Cecilia Hnag, pianist; Vercil Wilson, Bong leader and Mrs. Blanche Lewis, assistant song leader. Officers who served during the'past six months were Paul Graves, president;; Harlln Wilson, vice-president; Miss Irene Martin, secretary-treasurer; Miss Cecilia Haag, pianist and Woodrow Graves, song leader. Following , the 1 short business session, a watch party was enjoyed. Cecil White was in charge 6f arrangements. At midnight a devotional period was led by Vercil Wilson. , Pie nntf coffee wero served to Misses Cecilia Haag, Leila Temple, Maxlne Moore, Irene Martin, Myrtle Haag, Delois Snow, Hllen Snow, Birdie Suydam, Frances Wilson, Theresa Sapp; Messrs, Virgil White, Arnold Snow, Alpha Combs, Paul Graves, Cecil White, .Harlln Wilson, Woodrow Graves, William Haag, Vercil Wilson, Oerald Martin, Cecil Atterbury, Mr. and Mrs. James Haag and Mrs. Lucille Dickinson. YAIES TURKEY FARM W ALKER'S BASIN, Jan. 4.—N. J. Williams is again at his ranch home here, after Spending a short time in Bakefafleld with an attack of flu* ' Dorothy Wood and David Mills motored to fiakersfleld Friday. Mrs. Catherine Johns and eon Bllllo motored to Plute Saturday where they visited friends and relatives, A snow party was held at the Wood ranch Thursday. Horseback riding and tobogganing during the day culminated in ,an evening card party. Only relatives and a few friends were present, ' • James T. Johns, well-known rancher of this district, spent the holidays In Pasadena. . Mrs, Walker Ranktn, her daughters Alice and Rachel, and a few friends motored here during tho vacation to spend a few days at the Walker Ran- kln ranch. Elmer L. Wood has returned to Los Angeles where he will resume his duties for tho Pacific Mutual Life In^————-^———^-—.~——^ ^-~ —. . "-" ™ ™ ~ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^l^^^v^^v^^PV^^^H^^B^^^^B^^^^^^Bd "" -...STUDENT AT LA VERNE suranco Company. Mr* L. UJ. Wood returned to his 'homo in Pasadena, after spending the vncatloti nt tho Wood ranch. MM. Lena A. Scobte, her son Jafhes and daughter Evelyn have returned to Bakerstteld after an enjoyable vacation at.Piuto ranch. Miss Alice Wood has returned to Bakorsflold where she is attending Junior college* ' N. J. Williams, William Arnold, and Richard Smith spent Christmas day In Bakersfleld. Tho blanket of snow that has -covered the valley for 24 days is now rapidly melting. Ranchers expect that the ground will fioon be in condition favorable to the resumption of plowing. A group of young people who saw tlie new year In at the MoKoe ranch were James and Wilfred % Montlel, Floyd Paull and Alice, Thelma and Florence Wood, Billiards, dancing and cnrd games were enjoyed. Later, an old-fashioned "taffy" pull was en- Joyed. * NS GREET 1933 AT FROLIC Prophecy Tested at Dinner Party in Potter Home Lodge Tchachapi Enjoys Celebration; Attended by Large Crowd 4,—Qlvlno "What one of the year, ENJOYED AT PARTY TXBHACH^PI, Jan. 4. — A large crowd wan present to greet tho new year at Masonlo temple and with horns, serpentine nnd dancing made merry the last hours of 1932. Largo baskets of gladioli and-colorful delphinium were placed about the hall, while ferns and yellow chrysanthemums decorated the dining room. A delicious buffet supper was served by Chef Lewis and his assistants, under the supervision of Mrs. Charles To- inalcr. At midnight the crowd joined hands and sang "Auld Lang, Syne," after which a large three-tiered cake, bear- Ing greetings and good wishes from the worshipful master, Charles To- maler, was brought In, every guest getting a slice. In It wore hidden two gold pieces, which were given to Billy Downs and Johnny. Blckerson. Dancing continued until u late hour, when tho departing guests voted this year's party one of the JollteSt ever held here. TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI, Jan. 4.—Dr. R. O. Doupe motorwl ' to Lancaster Friday night to attend Installation ceremonies ot the Masonic lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson nnd family of Oildale, who visited Mr. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilwon, several days, returned home Friday. Laurie Webb of Mojave, who visited Pat Cowan-the past week, t returned home Saturday night. •Mr, and Mrs. Austin Brlckson and children, former residents here but now with the Edison Company In San Bernardino; spent Newi Tears here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ralney of Bak* ersfleld visited their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Orrle fcalney. New Tears day and attended the Masonic . New years "dance. • f -"^ 1 • • Jack Irlart of Bakersfield was a r tuwness Visitor here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Burrls went tr> Los Angeles Saturday morning for the New Years holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forrester and children and Wendell Jones left on Saturday for Bellinffham, Wash., Vhere they were called owing to tho serious Illness of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Pulton and family of Lancaster came up Saturday to spend Sunday and Monday here %irlth friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tomaler of •«, Mojave were dinner guests New Years at the Doupe home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. William Crosley, Mrs, Elizabeth Karans and Jack Crosley of Trona attended the Masonic dance here Sat- urdrty night . ; ' ' r Mr. and Mrs; Jack- Shaw and family spent , the New Year? holidays in " Orange arid SaniBernardino. *Mr, and Mrri. Ttturty .McCarthy and children returned Monday, evening from Lohk Beach where they went for the holidays/ ' • TrtT% and Mrsr Thomas Nettleton, who were guest* the past week of Miss Mirjam Rathhone, returned to their ' h6me in Long Beach Monday afternoon. ' •'• i Mrs/ George Boyle and son George spent Friday in Los* Angeles. Mr. 'and airs. R. B. Freeman went to Bak*r«f1«lifl Tuesday. Mrs. Lundberg Is Hostess at Party F . t ^^•^^^^^^^^^^^k^^^^H^^^M^B 1 BODFISH, Jan. 4.—The community clubhouse, at Bodfish, was 'the setting for a Christmas dinner given, to friends by Mrs. V. M. Lundberg, who presided as hostess. The clubroom was tastily decorated, as was the-dtnlng tables, In keeping with the yuletlde season. Gifts were exchanged, tho children present being generously remembered with Christmas offerings. N Those present were the hostess, assisted by her son, Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wonacott. their daughters, Beverly and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oliver and Son, Al, Jr., Paul, Charles and Jack Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Quick and daughter, Virginia, Beryl Sllnkard, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Cooper, thelf sons, Arthur and M., Jr. WASCO. Jan, 4.—A visit to the Yates turkey farm, south of Wasco, finds Mr. Yates preparing for tho hatching and caring of his young installing an Incubator of 3500-egg capacity and will hatch poults to sell. He has a flock of very fine birds, numbering about 300, from which he Is go- Ing-to hatch his young. Mr. Yntes feels ho can take care of the small orders as he will plan .hatching so as to turn off about ROD poults a week from February till the end of May, at a' reasonable price. All his turkeys were sold through .the association this year, nnd although his profits wero not so much ho fools he did better than he would have had ho sold them to Independent buyers. McFARLAND, Jan. 4.—Harold Hylton, who came from college at LaVerne Thursday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hylton, was accompanied here by Miss Kathryn Bllckenstaff who spent the time until Monday visiting at the Hylton home and with other friends. Mr. "and Mrs. I. Bowser, grandparents of Harold, entertained In his honor with a family dinner at their Sunday. After dinner spent at games, marked at the table for tostess, Mr. and Mrs. I. Bowser, the honoree, Harold Hylton, Mr. and Mrs. L, B. Hylton, Wilbur, Ernest and Melvln Hylton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker, Doris, Eldon and Otha Baker, Misses Alta McQueen, Vivian Steward ,and Kathryn Bllckenstaff and Lawrence Tetrault. and Mrs. B. entertained country home the tlnie was Places wero .the host WASCO, Jan. 4.—Mr, W. Homfeld recently friends at their home, the evening being spent playing five hundred, with prizes for "high score going to Mr.' and Mrs. August Souclc. The prizes for low score were secured by Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cole. Seasonable decorations were used with tho New Year idea expressed in favors and accessories at the card tables as well as tho refreshment tables, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homfeld were Messrs, and Mesdames H. O. Bryson, E3. Tlnney, Grant Knlffen, Verlyn Rose, Carl Sebastian, August Soucle, R. T. Colo, Kurt Keeker, H. A. Glddlngs, James Little, Edwin Booth, Misses Eunetta Tlnney, Geral- dlne Bryson, Wlnona Cole, and Messrs. Stan ton Bryson and Albert Cole. WASCO CHti ATTENDS CO SHAFTER KERNVILLE PALM T. VINELAND Bronchial Infections ^ Need Creosote ;Tor many years our best doctors have fretcribed creosote in tome form for coughs, cold* and bronchitis, knowing how dangerous It is to let them hang on. Crebmuliion-with creosote and sic other highly important medicinal clc- anenta, quickly and effectively stops all coughs and colda that otherwise might lead to aerioue trouble. ;, Creomulaion ia powerful in the treat*- ent of all colds and coughs no matter long standing, yet it ia absolutely harmless and ia pleaaant and eaay to take. Your own druwirt guarantee* Creo- mulsion by refunding your money if you •re not relieved after taking Creomul- aion aa directed. Beware the cough or cold that hanga on. Always keep Creo- mulaion on,hand foeinstant use, (advj VINELAND, Jan. 4.—Misses Mar- jorle nnd Ruby Hunt entertained with a miscellaneous shower Wednesday afternoon, honoring Miss Lola David. The guests were Misses Evelyn Tucker, Opal Wllcher, Eva Michaels, LaVerne Bell. Hnttie Carter, Burgle. Mary and Helen Alexander. Trmgard and Louise Luhman, Agnes Tomlln- son, Emily Eyraud, Ethel Clendenen, Vera David, Margaret Maddux, Dorothy Fisher nnd Mosdames Glyn Hunt and Etta Rhoatles. Miss David received many lovely and useful gifts nnd responded with a speech of appreciation. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mr.' nnd Mrs. Harry Carlan spent the holidays in Fresno. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Osborn are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grlsdale' of Granite Station. Donald Holler was an overnight guest of Robert Bonesteel on Thursday night. .Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Osborn were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Albrltton of; Dl Giorgio Farms. Eugene Prather has been the guest of Marie Williams this week. The Wednesday evening service at Full Gospel Weed Patch Church will be In,charge of Rev. L4on Hall of Tftft. A delegation from the • Taft Church will also attend. Mr. ,and Mrs. Don Clark spent Sunday at ' Keene, visiting their son Bobby. Rev. Mr. Frees of Arvin will speak at Weed Patch Full Gospel Church on Friday "evening. Archie Covert is suffering from an Injured foot received Snturday when his gun was accidentally discharged while cleaning it. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Combs and sons, Irving and Richard were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Combs. PALM, Jan. 4.—Leslie Heath nnd Pete Garland, of Bakersfleld, motored to Pasadena to see the football game. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lewis and son, Harmond, and. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cnve returned Sunday from a vacation spent at Los Angeles. Miss Pauline Hlemforth and Delmar Hough were Sunday afternoon puests of Miss Katherlne Beavers of Rosedale. There will be a meeting of the 4-H Agriculture Club at the Palm schoolhouse Friday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cart Hutchison and son of Falrhaven were Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Krauoo and son J. C. * Mr. and Mrs. H. .Williams of Bak- crsfleld were dinner guests Monday at the L. Clow ranch, Mr. and Mrs. T. Knight spent tho week-end yith Mr. ana Mrs. Totton of Delano. Mr. and Mrs. Herat Fontaine of Bakersfleld were dinner guests at the T. Coombs home Sunday. Mrs. Joe Coombs spent the weekend nt Santa Barbara. Sunday dinner guests nt the Jake Nord home were Fred Nord, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nord and family, Mr. and Mrs. Grlbble, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nord. Mrs. J. Murphy and daughter, per- aldlne of Bakersfleld were Monday evening guests at the L. Clow home. Electricity has been installed on the George Michael ranch. A 60- hbrsepower motor will be installed In tho near future. Recent guests at the Peter Krauue homo were Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Ople nnd daughter, Dorothy, of Bnkersfleld, Mrs. Ellen Cnrr of Pnlo Alto, Mrs. Erlckson of Bnkersfield, and Mrs. Jackson of Bakersfleld, and Mr. and Mrs. John Newfleld and daughter* Johnadean. : MOJAVE RIO BRAVO "I Never Gargle for Sore Throat "Now, I Just take a swallow of Thoxlno, and -in 15 minutes all tho sorenoBs is gone. It sure is wonderful — and the children like it too/' Thoxlne, a safe, pleasant-to-take prescription is guaranteed to quickly relieve sore throat, coughs and colds, —not a gargle. Tour money tyick if not satisfied. 35o. Sold by Hughes Drug Store and all other good drug Relief ^ From Itching Eczema JYa wonderful the way soothing, cooling Zomo brlnga prompt .relief to itching, burning skin, even In severe cases. Itchlnr stops the moment Zerno touches the tender and inflamed .skin because of its rare Ingredients. To clear away Ratines, Plmplos, Eczema, Ringworm and restore the skin to normal, always use clean, soothing Zemo. Insist on genuine 2emo; it's worth tho price, becauaa It brings relief. 3Do, fiOo and *1. AU,4i*MK&l&ts'.-~ '^~ m • ;> ,, „ RIO BRAVO, Jan. 4.—Recent guests at the C. A. Merrill home wero Mr. and Mrs, George* H. Pettenglll and son Alden of Orosl. Mr. Pettengtll was associated In business for many years with Mr.- Merrill's father, tho late S. I. Merrill, In Los Angeles. The Keverend and Mrs. 8. H. Erwln of Balcersfleld recently called on the Walter White family. Mrs. J. B. Lewis entertained with a New Yeara day dinner Sunday at her home. Places were laid for Mr. nnd Mrs. Halbert Heath and sons Laurence and Leslie, John Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Milton * Heath nnd T. J. Russell, all of Rosedala, the Walter Wlilto family a,nd Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Lewis and son Adrian. Mr. and Mrs, Joa A, Hylton nnd daughter, KlBl« .Cooper of Fellows. were Sunday dinner guests at tho W. B. Wilson home. Mrs. Grace Brown and daughter Alta and Mr. Gray of Bakersfleld were recent guests at tho C. A. Merrill home. Rex Jameson of Bakersfleld was an overnight guest of Vercil Wilson on Monday. Leslie Heath, accompanied by Pete Garland of Bakersflold, motored to Pasadena Monday to attend the Pltts- burgr-U. S. C. football gamo. The Reverend Mr. Martin, a Baptist minister of Bakersfteld, will preach next Sunday morning immediately following the Sunday school hour. All are invited to be present. Mian Mudalyn Rexroth, principal of the Rio Bravo School, spent the holidays In Los Angeles ana at her home in Arvln. * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Terrall, Miss Ruth Green, nil of Los Angeles, and Russell Rutledge of Azusa were recent overnight guests at the D. O. Moore home. PARTY AT HEATH HOME PALM, Jan, 4.—A New Years eve watch party was given at the Milton Heath home. The evening was spent playing cards and popping corn. Refreshments were served as the new year came in. Those sharing the affair were Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Halbort Mouth, Mr. and J^rs. M. Hoath and "Grtindpa" Barnett . • MOJAVE, Jan. 4.—Mrs. Mabel Trlpp of the Alton hotel has ns her recent guests Mrs. M. S. Kuehny and daughter Gretchen of North Hollywood; Miss Lorraine Keenan of Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Amunsen and daugh- j ters Barbara and Carol of North Hollywood. . Olen Smith and Bill Kelsey Recently spent, several days visiting In Death valley. Miss Virginia Carlysle of Bakersfield was the week-end guest of Mary Kay Dnvls. Mrs, Mnrchal Wllhelm, Mrs. Mabel Tripp and hor house guest, her sister, Mrs. Kuehny, motored to Bakersfleld' Saturday. Mr, and Mrs, C. P. Cllne returned to their home In Bishop after a vleit with Mrs. CUne's parents, the C. W. Bates. Mrs, Bates accompanied her fists on their return homo. Judge and Mrs. Arper motored to Ontario to spend tho week-end with the Harry Martins. Miss Flossie Hoffman entertained Miss Leona Smith and Wilbur SmltU over the week-end. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Hodges spent two days In San canyon an tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fisher. Mrs. Frank Durrah of Red Bluff wnn the guest recently of Mrs. Olllo Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Craig we/e recent visitors In San Fernando Charlie nnd Jack Black spent tho week-end In San Fernando. Mr. and Mrj. Verne Cooper wero In Los Ansreles S.iturdny. Mrs. E. r. Ott Is ill In Kern General Hospital In Bakeraneld. SHAFTER. Jan. 4.—Miss Sarah Scott, after having spent the holidays with her parents, returned Monday morning with her father, L. B. Scott, to Pomona College. Since Miss Scott'a arrival In Shafter on December 16, several delightful social functions have been glvon in hen honor. Mrs. John M. McKinley entertained nt a bridge party at tho E. B. Stringham home Friday afternoon. Those attending were Betty WIedmann, Frances Midgley, Daphne McKinley, Marjorle Grant, Mary Grant, Mrs. Jack Hare, Dorothy Engle ( Sarah Scott, .Elma Handel, Gertrude Mettler and Mrs. Alma Skaggs. First prlzo wag won by Marjorle Grant, while the consolation 1 was garnered by Frances Midgley. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gustlin of Orange, Mr, and Mrs. Everett Jumper of Huntlngton Park, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hare, Mr. and Mrs. John M. McKinley, Mrs. A. B. Fox and her son, Frank Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Englo and Daphne McKinley spent Sunday evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Jumper In McFarland. Cards and dancing provided entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Peery visited Bakersfield Sunday evening. They had dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs, W. V. Ewert of thnt city. F. F. La*ta, Robert McClatn and Perry Potter spent Sunday afternoon in Los Banos while salvaging a Holt tractor engine for the shop project work In the local high school. A snow party consisting of Joo Engle, Dorothy Engle, Willene Camp, Beenle Camp, Al Swalm, Mr..and Mrs. Joe B. Kngle, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gustlin, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jumper and Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Jumper went to Glennville Sunday. They had dinner at the home of Emil Dumpkie. Miss Isobel Shcppard, Paul Moeller and Carl Griffith of Los Angeles visited Murray Arnold over the weekend. They report that the people of Shafter are the friendliest they have ever known. The only mishap to them during the stay was the wrecking of Mr. Mueller's car. This made It necessary for them to return to Loa Angeles by train. Mrs. Jack Hare will bo hostess to her bridge club this evening *Ht her home. This is tho first meeting of the club for the new year. Members of the club since Its reorganization are: Mary and Marjorlo Grant, Betty Wledman. Elma Handel, Mrs. Roy Skaggs, Mrs. Otto Zimmerman, Gertrude Mettler and Mrs. Hare. Miss Dorothy Engle, who Is enjoying a month's vacation from Berkeley where she attends college, will substitute for Marjorle Grant, who will be unable to attend. The Roaring Forty Dancing Club will moot on next Saturday evening at the Woman's club home. It Is urgently requested that all members and their guests attend. B. L. Nay and his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nay of Powell, Wyo., are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen O. Nay. B. L. Nay Is Mr. Nay's father. Miss Evelyn Hlte returned Monday evening to Claremont where she Is attending Pomona College. She enjoyed two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kite, of the experiment station. Shatter's Cardinal heavyweight, lightweight and fleawelght cagers will mix with Marlcopa aggregations on next Saturday. This will be the first league tilt for Shafter. Coach R. Gates Is the mentor for the Shafter A team, while Coach Jim Wilson puts the B and C teams through their puces. KERNVILLE. Jan. 4.—Mrs. James O'Brien and daughter, Florence, and Don Coleman, made a recent trip to Los Angeles, returning Jim O'Brien from that city where he had boon re- cuperatlnp from an at'tack ot- penu- monla. Mr. O'Brien Is well on the way to recovery. Miss 55elma Parker, Bakersfleld Bchool teacher, and Miss Evelyn Ferguson of Bakersfleld, were guests of Mrs. Waldo Ellis Into In the week. Aubrey Stains was over from Trona to spend New Years here, and to -plve attention to his Kernvillo garage business. Miss Lucyllo Wofford, Bakersfleld I high school student, spent the entire ! holidays at the ranch homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ti L. Wofford, and with visits to friends in this sec- tlop. Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Thornber, daughters Doris and Marguerite, and son Jlmmie, of Bakorsfleld, were recent dinner guests of' J^r. and Mrs. E. A. Marriott, Billy Melton and Clint Stoadman wero Bakersfield business callers late In the week. Miss Bebe Randolph, who has been vacationing during the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Tlbbets, returned to Bakersfleld early In tho week to resume her school duties. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hooper of Bak- ersfleld, w.ere New Years guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Converse. The mall stage Is being piloted by C. Cary during Mr. Hooper's short vacation. Jerry Converse and Mercel Hlght made a recent trip to the desert, south j of Tronn, on mining business. Dr. R M. and Mrs. Pallatto and Miss Elizabeth Pallatte of Los Angeles were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. I P.. Sumner, Brown at their Rostrevor- on-Korn home. Doctor Pallatte Is a member of the state board of health. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rhonda, their children, Kenneth nnd Pauline, Miss June Potter, Bert James and hlfl son Clint were recent visitors to the West Side section of Kern county. Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Chavez are home from a holiday trip spent In Los Angeles and southern California. Mrs. A. M. Bardlne is Buffering from an- attack of Influenza at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. MatlncK. Mr?. Bardlne is 93 years of npre, tho grandmother of Mrs, Matlock, • the great- grandmother of Mrs. Aubrey Stains and tho great-great-grandmother of the children, of -Mr. *and Mrs. Aubrey Stains. ^ WASCO, Jan, 4.—-A group of young peoplo of the Argonauts organization of the Congregational Church went to Los Angeles' over tho woek-end to attend the southern California conference of young peoplo. Tho group was chaperoned by Mrs. A, W. Milter and stopped at private homes while attending tho convention. The group included, beside Mrs. Miller, Misses Elizabeth Grundt. Ruth McCartney, Eunotta TInnoy, and Billy Miller and Milton Charles. The* Argonauts of Kern county, who are young 1 peoplo of tho Congregational Churches, will hold a conference In Wasco on February * and 5. It Is expected that approximately 75 will attend and many of the young people will bo guests in homes of the Waaco members. Among 1 tho speakers will be Beverly Oaten, educational secre- tarj', and Dr. Edwin Gaylord, superintendent of tho Southern California Conference of Young People's Associations. KCRNV1LLE, J«n that ancient adage, does on the first day they will continue to do," an opportunity to make good Its prophecy, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Potter gave Invitations to numerous friends to dine and revel with them at their Kernvllle home, New Years evenlnp. ; Invitations were accepted 100 per cent, 24 gutits being present. Dad breaks of the departed year were tossed Into the llmbus to be for* gotten, and with a toast of «xp«o- tatlon of prosperity to "the hew year. Those enjoying the affair aaldt from the host and hostess were Messrs, and Mesdamei Ellis By* rom, Waldo Ellis, Aubrey Stains, J. P. Jenstn, W. A. Jamas, Tony Salsa, C* C. Ttoh«nor, Judge Rob* ert PAImer, Miss Eltnor Potter, Junior Byrom, and children. Following an excellent dinner, most of the party went to Bak- ersfteld to attend a theater. BRAVANS ENJOY NEW YEAKS PARTY RIO BRAVO, Jan. 4.—Miss Elnor Frances Schlorlmann was hostess to tho members of the Intermediate Christian Endeavor Society of JUo Bravo, Saturday evening, at a- watch party. The young folks gathered at tho F. J. Schiprlmann home and spent tho eveninff playlnff games. Prlse.i wore awarded to Miss .Kudora Baldwin, Harlln White and Lawrence Heath. , Refreshments wero served. Those present wero Misses Dolsa Sapp, Irene Wilson, Kudora Baldwin, Lore no Combs, Elnor Francos Schlorlmann; Messrs. Rate Martini Houston Sapp, Lawrence Heath, Paul Wilson, Harlln White and Donald Suydam and Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Schlerlmann. SCHOOL ROMANCE ID AT DINNER Wedding of Youthful Pair Is Disclosed; Return to University McFARLAND, Jan. 4.—The home of Mrs. J. L. Aahton on California ave- mio was tho scene of a merry dinner party recently when she entertained in honor of her non-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marshall,, who were married October 8, In Oregon, and who have just announced their wedding since their return from tho Oregon university to spend th» holidays. The rooms of the home were gay. with holly and mistletoe. The center- pieco for tho dinner table was a miniature bride and bridegroom encircled by a wreath of holly and berries, while each guest's place was marked by a unique card which caused much merriment. After dinner the hours wero spent playing bridge and othor games. Included In the party were the hostess, Mrs; ARhton, her mother, Mrs. Anna Kalquest, the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Marshall and their daughter Jane, Miss Gertrude Hedricks and Iceland Atthton, Miss Margie Griffith and Ralph Marshall of Portervillo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marshall have returned to tholr studies at the University of Oregon. DELANO MARICOPA MARICOPA, Jan. 4.—Mr. and Mrs, H. Dennen of Bakorsfleld were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes over New Years. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mulford of Bakersfleld spent the week-end nt the homo of Mra. Mulford'a parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Price. Ella Nixon returned to Snntn Barbara Monday, whore nho will resume her studies at Santa Barbara Toch- ers' College. » Mr. nd Mrs. W. A. Bley and family motored to Los Angeles to attend tho •New Years celebration and football game. Mr. and Mrs, James Whltcner motored to Santa Maria to spend New Years with Mrs. Whltener's parents. Miss Miriam Snobk has returned to Berkeley after spending tho holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Snook. Miss Snook is a student at the Anna Head School. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hlllery and son Jack of Glqndale returned to their homo nfter visiting a week with NT, Hlllery's brother Thomas Hlllery and family of the North American Oil Company. Louis Mundlng, who IB In tho United States Army Air Corps, stationed at Rockwell Field, San Diego, is visiting hid parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mun- dlng of Kcrto. Miss Itylene Rhodes has returned to El Monte, whero she is attending school. Pauline Rndor has returned to Santa Barbara to continue her studios at Santa Barbara State Teachers' College. She haH been at the home of hor parents, Mr. .and Mrs. N. G. Under, for tho past two weeks. PANAMA DELANO, Jan. 4.—Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mellon have roturned from Pnsn- dena, where they enjoyed the holidays with relatives. Frank Bardarelll. employe of the California Grape Products Company, hdB beou released from the local hospital after' a wnok's stay there for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Krelm rtro In San Francisco, where they are guests of Mrs. ICrelm'a mother, Mrs. Elmor Hubbard and family. Mrs, Alice MOHS and her son Waldron, her daughter, Mrs. James Kyle and Mr. Kyfe of Waaco motored south for the Tournament of Hoses nud also attended tho big football game. Mrs. Lyda Mend has returned., to Pasadena nfter spending the nolldayft here with her sister. Mrs. Minnie Grls- wold, and her nieces, the Mlssos Grace, Nettle and Lydn Grlswold. Mrs. Louis Vorgano nnd baby have returned from Potnluma, where they visited their sister and aunt, Miss Georgia Miller. Mr. nnd Mrs. David Stoole have returned from Fresno where they visited Mr. Stoele'B relatives. Guy Edwin Jones accompanied by Lee Adams of Enrllnmrt nnd two other friends also of Earltmart, spent Friday nt Poaey Creek on a picnic. Mr. nnd Mrs., Steven D. Hill, their son Stuart nnd daughter, Enid, are spending the New' Year holidays at their old home town of Oxnard nnd nre guests of their old friends, Mr. nnd Mrs.* J. W, Rooney. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Noglos Imve returned to-Oakland nftor a holiday visit here with their daughter, Mrs Lewis Holton nnd, family. Gilbert Dohle hns returned from Sun Francisco where ho enjoyed the holidays. Miss Mary Goodel, student at the Fresno State Teachers' College Is enjoying the holidays with hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Goodell. Mrs, Warren Chase Is enjoying a hrflldny visit In Hawthorne with 'her children. ' »•• Mr. and Mrs. John McLaughlln of Mnpleton, Minn., .iro holiday guests of Mrs. O. J. RiiHsell, Blnter of Mr. MeLnughlln, and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott of Greenhorn Mountain Park wore recent visitors in town. Mrs. Cordelia Goodell has returned to Tulnro after a holiday visit hero with her son, W. A. Goodell and family. STEAL FROM PEN AT WASCO WASCO, Jan. 4.—Two large hogs owned 'by J. H. Berthold and son Glenn, living two miles south of Wasco, were ntolon some time during tho last 10 days. The hogs, each weighing about 300 pounds, were killed In the pon by stabbing them, dragged out across the railroad track, loaded into a car and taken away. Tho first one belonged to Glenn, who Is a member of the "Future Farmers," and he was raising it for his project. The second one, taken about throe nights later, waa to fill the family pork barrel. No disturbance was over heard by tho family and no trace of the thief could be found. WASCO WASCO, Jan. 4.—Tho New Years eve danoo given at the Legion hall was a Jolly affair. The Odd FelloWB spon- Rored the dance nnd lunch yroM served. Music was supplied by Don Fluhart'a orchestra. .,, . , Mr. nnd $fra, W. H. Jahant Bpent the week-end at.the ,A* fn Bakerafleld , « . . ^ , Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Wllkson; and Mrs Margaret Green of Bakersfleld. went south/to nttend the Tournament of Rosen. " / ' Mr. nnd Mrs. JOG Altrlnger^ are In tPaBiulena for several dayw visiting nt tho home of Mr. AUringer'a daughter. Mr. and MrB. Arthur Winter. Mr, nnd Mrn. Arthur Johnson nnd children of Long Bench have returned to their home nfter Bpendlng the past 10 days here with relatives. A family dinner wns onjoyed nt the Herbert PrltBchke homo. Sunday, which Included the JnrkBon family, Mr. and* Mrs. Arthur PrltBchke, Mrs. Hannah Miller, Miss Lillian Prltschke. and Fred Prltfichke. . , Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wedel went nouth for the football gamo and the festivities of the new year. The Loplon auxiliary will hold the flrHt mooting 6f the new year nt tho home of the president, Mrs. Frank Wllkpon, this evening, while the Legion Is In Session at their hall. The Altnr Society will conduct a meeting thla evening nt the St. John'« hnll, over which Mrs, Jack Bennett will preside. Tho A. P, Mann family vrent south for the football game and the Tournament of Roses. Mrs. C. O. Lyle has returned from Santa Cruz, whero she has been with her mother, who has been 111. Albert Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs^ R. T. Cole, is homo on a week's fur- Irugh. . . R; ElllBon of Morro Bay Is visiting for a few >dnys with his slater, Mrs. Lot-In Grant and other friends. Mrs. Jean Siemens, with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Me- Mullen, have returned to Wasco after snendlnnr two months In Wasco. Texas. rm 'S •-'I 't -,• r '-v '*' . I P h J .T r'l BODFISH WOODY O RICHGROVE i <£> Jan. 4.—Mrs. B, C. Mutz and son Lloyd of Adelanto who have been visiting relatives at Terra Bella spent Friday at the home of Mrs. Mutz 1 brother, Joseph Topper and family. Miss Amy Post of Delano spent Friday and Friday night at the B. M. NelUen ranch as the guest of tho Misses Alice, and Laura Stuhr. Lon Shelton and his father-ln*law, Joseph Topper, motored' to Portervillo on Friday afternoon to transact business. Miss Laura Stuhr, student at the Whlttier College, and Miss Alice Rtuhr, student int. the Los Angeles Junior College, roturned south on Haturdny afternoon after spending the holiday* here with their parents, Mr. and,Airs. B. M. Nellsen. WOODY, Jan. 4.—Tho new year was- ushered In with a party dance ut Woody hall Saturday night. Tho Howstnon orchestra played and a good crowd was In attendance. Mrs. Pete Jacobson and daughters Barbara and Therese, wero guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. D. O. Maltby for a few days. M. V. Banks and T, 1*\ Dooley were hosts to relatives on New Years day when a turkey dinner wa8 enjoyed. Those present were Mrs. Mary Brunk. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brunk, Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Brunk, and M, V. Brunk and T. F. Dooley. Guests of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Wer- Inger on New Years day were Mr. and Mrs, O. L. Hughes nnd non Billy, and Mr, and Mrs, F. J. Werlnper and children Junior. Marjorle nnd JUchard. Dale Heckerson, whose foot was seriously Injured several weeks ago, la now able to resume his studies at Kern County Union High School. Mrs. H. R. Bohna and children who have been spending their vacation here,' have returned to Cu mm Ings valley. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Crosorr and son Frederick wero uruesta of the F. J. Warlnifer family Monday. Mian TJester Malthy nntertnlnod ne hor pruoHt over tho week-mid Miss Lavohn Fraser of Bakcrsfleld. BODFISH, Jan. 4.—Mr. and Mrs. James McClaaky spent the holidays In Los Angeles In a visit with Mr. McClasky's mother and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Cooper were host and hostess ut a Christmas eve dinner, entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Fred wagoner of Clear Creek canyon, Mrs. V. M. Lundberg und Bon Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Dojiald Cooper and son Donnle, Jr. J. A. Dougherty Is vacationing for several weeks In LOH Angeles. T. M. Cooper, following tho close of the holidays, has returned to Greenhorn mountain where ho Is Interested In mining. Mrs, Lenah Schaha, Bodflsh school teacher, Is upending: the holiday vacation with her family In Kacrrarnento. Mrs. Bob Reynold*! and Mrs. Godhy from Bornl. and Madeline Hough, Mr», Godby'H Hlster, from Vlaalla, lunched with Mrs. V. M. Lundberg recently. Mike Carrol, ISrsklne crook rancher. spent the holidays In LOB Angeles and vicinity, T. J. Gilbert Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wonucott for a few days. If. W. Clough vacationed In liak- nrsfleld during tho holiday*. Mr. CMongh is a foreman on tho state highway Under General Foreman W. 11. Wonacfott. Ho cumo hero from Tehuchupl. Mr. nnd Mr«. Jame« Braden, Hoy and Charles Braden, Hpent several days during the ChrlHtmaH week In Bakersfleld and McFarland UH the guests of friends. AID SOCIETY ELECTION WASCO, Jan. 4.—Election of officers of the Congregational Ladles' Aid will take place at their regular meeting Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Henry Devenney. Mrs, A. W. Miller has served as president the past year. ATTEND GAME * TAFT, Jan. 4.™Among those who attended the, tournament of .rostsa and the U. S, C.-Pittaburg football game in Pasadena on Now Years day. were Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Murray. They werft Joined on tho trip by Mr. and Mrs. F/Perry of Bakersfield, former Taftlans. PANAMA, Jan, 4.—Miss Evelyn Eva has returned t6 her home in San Francisco after a week's visit at the C. 33. ISennltt home. Mrs. Prod Rollln was in Tulare Tuesday on buulness. Mrs. Chris Konstetter and daughter Ana have roturned from a short visit in -McKlttrlck and Howard. Henry Buscher nnd family have moved to a dairy farm near- Canaduy pavilion. Frank Bennltt spent the week-end In LOH Angeles and attended tho football game, returning Monday evening. Mies Lois Boyer spent the Christmas vacation with Mary Alice McKee In Bakersflold. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rex Sholburn spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Black. Mrs. J. C. Schrlver and family visited during tho New Yoaru week-end In Hedlands with her alster, Mrs. J. Kb ou ties. Miss Ruth Holding hnw returned to Orange after upending the Christmas vauatlon with her parents, Roverend and Mrs. B. S. Holding. Granite Station GRANITE STATION, Jan. 4.- Williams, while out with a, party of Nkilors recently, broke his right leg. He la at present at the home of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Williams. The Injured log la In a cast. Doctor and Mrs. Bruce L. Clark and children, Elden and Elizabeth, of Berkeley, nailed from Now York Wednesday on tho S. S. Manhattan for an eight months' tour of Europe. Mrs. Clark, who Is a daughter of a pioneer family of Granite Station and a sis- tor of Mrs. Will Williams, has many relatives and friends here who wish hor a "bon voyage." Mrs. Arthur Brown and Mr. and Mrw. Richard Boon spent part of tho* holidays with relatives In Fowler. Mrs. Wilbur Stuter nnd Miss Yer* venno llrown motored from the Jauk Ranch to tho Arthur Brown ranch LUDEN'S SECRET FORMULA COUGH RELI For 3 5 years i c has helped millions—and you'll find it only ia Ludcn's. FELLOWS T FELLOWS, Jan. 4.—Mrs. IT. L. Will- mshvaH taken to Kern Uonerul Hospital Sunday whore she will undergo an operation fur appendicitis. MlttH Bm-tlm HuHwett of Preocott, Art/., who IIIIK been tho guest of her slHter Mrs. W. H. Anderson during the holiday beaaon, left Sunday f oilier homo. M1»B IdlBle West, daughter of Mr. and Mrn. W. B. West, left Snturday for Fresno whero aho will attend Central California BuMneHH College. Mm. AVeHt accompanied by her house guests, Mr«. Kay Andrews and daughters, of San Lulu Obtspo, took Miss West to Fresno. * h NEW YEARS DINNER PALM, Jan. 4.—A New Years tur- fcey dinner was given at tho John Lewis home Sunday. Those enjoying the dinner were Mr, and Mrs. Milton Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Halbart Heath and Bona Leslie and Lowronco, Mr. und Mrs. C, White .and BOIIB Coqll, Harlan, Veroll and their Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis Adrian, and John Barnett. daughter, arid son Leah William*, who has been spending hor vacation with her pa,r- onlp. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Williams, returned to Bukorsflold Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Osborne of tho Wood Putrh wero guest*! this wook of thp Gr1«eduloj*. Mrs. Osborn IB Mrs. Grlsedale's sister. M. AsoeUi and M. Loranclo brought 13,800 sheep over tho mountain from Bluhop during this week. Tho nheep wore fed'near Gfanlte Station before being taken to grazing lands on tho Qulnn and the. U. L. Stockton ranches. HOLD WATCH PARTY WASCO, Jan. 4.™Members of the Herman Baptist Church hold a watch party Saturday evening, which was largely attended, at the church. The evening was spent In song service with refreshments ut 10 o'clock, after which the pastor. Reverend J. C. Schweitzer, made an address. T WOMAN'S COUNCIL MEETING McFARLAND, Jan. 4.—Members of the Woman's Council of the Community Methodist church are urged to attend an Important business session which has been called for Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Iho president, Mrs. Paul Undloy. Tho mooting will bo hold at tho social rooms of the church. Menthol Cough Drops ••^^•^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™ ™ • • • • • • . •• ^»| ^» ^» M !• • ^» ^» ^^^^^^^^fr^»j^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^^^jfr^^j^^»»*^»^^» ^ ' — ~™ " ^^^^^^^~™^^^^^^^^~ No More Gas in Stomach and Bowels If you wish to be permanently relieved of gas In stomach and bowels, tako Baalmunu'a Gas Tablets, which arc prepared especially for stomach gas and all the bad effects resulting from gas pressure. That empty, gnawing feeling at the pit of the stomach will disappear; that anxious, nervous feeling with heart palpitation will vanish, and you will again be able to take a deep breath without discomfort. That drowsy, sleepy feeling after dinner will be replaced by a desire for entertainment. Bloating -will cease, Your limbs, arms and fingers will no longer feel cold and «'go to sleep 1 ' be- causo Bualmnnn's Gas Tablets prevent tun from Interfering with the circulation, net the genuine, Jn the yellow paclcug*. ut any good drug store. Pried |l. Always on han^ at Hughes Drug Store.—AU\*. ir t I . . . J * -

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