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? s ^i!13? i WpSTSf s ^ !l V*PT* ^«W'^OTJ!^jK?^ J1 Mi* TW ' 1 (ivH J ri ? '^'T'fravr, •i^^^ 1 ?r^^t^^^,^^^5*Vr'^^'^ w '|^ JU '"' s ''!,C '^M{iV,W V<\VVVv-'" 1 '^! 1 ,?f-' v v>' ?1 ' ; • •"^." ';•" ';•:"•" * : • • "'/" , ^lEBAKEftSKlELDOALIFORlVlAN.JSATURDAY.JANUAIVY?.!^ it ' 'i NITY NEWS HELD BY Li Odd Fellows and Rebekahs at Maricopa Install New Leaders MARICOPA, Jon. 7,--Officers for 1988 were installed by the Odd Fellows and Rebekah Lodges at a joint ceremony held In the Odd Fellows hall Thursday evening. Installation was followed by a. program,' both' being open to the public, Fink and green Were ..predominant In ' the decoration scheme which Was cleverly carried out, Margaret , Querln, Wasco, district deputy grand president of the' Rebekah Lodge was In charge of Installation for that order and was assisted by the following deputies: . Miss ' Valerie •Swlnk, grand 'marshal; Margarlte Brown, grand", warden; Louise Wlll- •laflis, grand secretary; 'Amelia Unruh, grand chaplain; Mrs. C. Kyle, grand Inside guardian; all of the Wasco. lodge, and Edith Bryant, grand treasurer; Florence Htxon, musician; of Mfirlcopaj Officers for the ensuing term are Mable Borid, nob!6 grand; 'Mildred Devine, vibe noble grand; Florence I. Price, recording secretary;,Edith Bryant, financial secretary; Grace Whlt- nor, .treasurer; Florence Hlxon, musician; Delia Shoemaker, inside guardian; Leota Barneburg, outside guar- ulan; Clara Green, chaplain; Zula Helms, warden; Etta. Hall, conductor; Gladys' Hogg, right support; Betty Lambert, left support; Elinor Pormen- ter, right support of vice-grand; Madeline Parmenter, left support of vice- grand. . Miss Edna Rush,."outgoing noble grand, was presented with a past noble grand jewel by Mrs. Edith Bryant, on behalf of "'the lodge. Installing staff for the Odd Fellows consisted of Clifford Helms, district deputy grand master, assisted by William' Deylne, D. D. G. marshal; Wesley Parmenter, D. D. G. warden; Virgil Halter, D. D. G. chaplain; R. F. Dcaton, D. D. G. inside guardian; T, A. Lambert, D. D. d. secretary; W. H. Bryant, D. D. G, treasurer; all of .the Maricopa lodge.. James Whlt- ner was Installed as noble grand and William Devine as vice-grand. Out- goln'g officers were T..-A. Lambert, noble grand, and James Whltner, vice- grand. Lambert was presented with a past noble, grand collar by the mem- beA of the lodge. Following tho Installation ceremony a program was presented under the the direction of Mrs. Lauretta Prenter of the Maricopa Hlfeh School faculty, consisting of ;the following numbers: Girls' octette, "Senorlta," "More Than the Stars In the Sky," "Dark Town Strutters Ball"; solo, "Service," "Smllln 1 Thru," Joe McMillan, accompanied by Lauretta Prenter; violin solo, "Blue Danube Waltz r " Roberl . Deylno; • clarinet solo, "Old Refrain," JSlalne • Rush; boys' quartet, • "Vesper Bells'Are Ringing"; piano «BO!O, "Melody in 1 F,"' ; Hlld<igarde Fleischer. Following the 'program refreshments wore • served to approximately 16( members and friends In tho banquet hall. VINELAND yiNELAND, Jan. 7.—Mr. and Mrs W. M. Jolly spent the day recently with their daughter, Mrs. J. M. Deuel .and,, family. *• Mrs. L. W. Prick spent n few days in Los Angeles. Robert Bonesteel was an overnigh guest of Donald Holler on Thursday night Mrs. L. W. Prick was hostess to a group of friends at a dessert bridge •party on' Thursday afternoon. Firs prize was won by Mrs. S. IS. L. Whar ton< The guests were. Mesdames H G. Thompson, Forrest Frlck, Lei Bunce, M. P. Parish, S, E. L. Whar ton. and O. C. Young. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mtnsey of Maricopa and Evangelist John Martin of Lo Angeles were recent dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jolly. A number of people from here wen south to spend the New Years holt days and were entertnlned nt the C S, Flllmore home In Pasadena. Thos< in the group were Mr. and Mrs. Ralpl Plllmore, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Pill more and children and Mr. nnd Mrs Martin Troll. Other, guests In the homo were Mr. and Mrs. William Rauhut and fnmlly of Ventura, Mr and Mrs. Roy Thornburgh and family of Whittier, Mr. and Mrs. Will Oden thai nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Rudolph Oden thnl of Los Angeles. John Jolly was out of school this week on -account of Illness. •.» » WILL MEET MONDAY MARICOPA, Jan. 7.—Maricopa Par ent Teacher Association will-meet i the > high school auditorium Mondn afternoon, January .9, at 3:30, accord ing to an announcement made by Mrs Florence I. Price, president. REDUCED PRICES on PLATES Quick Service • Office Over Klmball A Stone Nineteenth and Chester DR. GOODNIGHT MODERN FIREPROOT CUROKAN PLAN SUTTCR AT KCAHMV *T*. &AN FRANCISCO IMM ROOM. WITH IMM Prichard .Automobile ' ., ' 230* ••Chester Avenue S/SVB MONEY HBRE Weltfinhtff mttir tuntui,. nil, londtnur, iii.ntt. . rl|in, Umlin iM'iMitrtiiiofK ttid. ?lejtrlti| -'Mi-vlM, i>n«r»| rtMlri, wtldlni. udy nfitln mid Uw iirvlti, Benefit Show Is Planned to Help Welfare Workers FAREWELL PMIY DELAN6, Jan. 7.— A benefit farce, "The Charity Wedding,'! will be given'by Delano Chamber of Commerce, on the evening of Friday, January 13, at the high teheol auditorium. All proceeds frenv the performance will be u»ed In the welfare fund. * The oait will be entirely of'home' Ulent and will Include 130 men of the community. • : , Mlii Kathryn Cozens, director of the physical education department of the high ichbol, will direct the performance. Mitt Bottle Mat- thtwt will tupervlse the makeup) George .Scott will i be •tage manager) William Hillock will direct the singing) Leslie Adam* It In charge of publicity; Walter S. Allen, atslited by'the two Boy Scout troops, will have the tale of tickets, and City Attorney Oran Palmer will be general manager. PLAN ANNUAL MEET MARIC6PA, Jan. 7.—Ladles Aid of he Maricopa Congregational church met yesterday at the church for an ll-dny meeting. Committees were ppolnted to make arrangements for he annual meeting to be held In the hurch, JanuaVy 12, when a .covered llsh supper will be served at 6:30. The lev. Mr. Benedict of Taft, acting pas- or, will preside. . ' The afternoon was passed working >n quilts, which are to be distributed o needy families. The next meeting f the society will be held next Thursay afternoon at 2 o'clock, and all In- erested are Invited to attend. • TUPMAN TUPMAN, Jan. 7.—Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nnchand and daughter, Edith, eturned recently from .Wlllets where hey made a holiday visit with Mrs. •Jachand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Plppen. New Years guests of Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Farnham wero Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Harris and family of Montebello and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Fnrnham of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Norrls nnd fam- ly of Taft were dinner guests of Mr. anud Mrs. O. M. Roberts, New Years day. Marvin McElrop of Avnlval was also a recent guest at the Roberts home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake, Tup- nan, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John ?upburu of Bakersfleld spent New Tears day at the ranch home of Mrs. John Suburu, Sr., at Lorraine. Mr. and Mrs. Homer O'Dell of Taft wore overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. James O'Dell, • Sundny. Mr. and Mrs. James Inglls and children were dinner guests of Mrs. Inglls' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Swafford, New Years day. Mr. and Mrs. M. Stutchmnn anc children visited relatives at Vlsalla Monday. •Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson anc 'amlly and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tasker and daughter, Sallle, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. James Stevenson and daughter, Ariel, were dinner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Alec raham, Tnft. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sulp wore hosts at a dinner party Tuesday, when they entertained Mr. and Mrs. Anton Horman, W. P. Nlnnemnn and H. L. Nln- neman. New Years guests of Mr. nnd Mrs Marvin Baker were Mr.. and Mrs. H Beadford nnd little grandson of Oil dale. Mr. and Mrs. B. Vaughn and daughter, Adele, were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. George Mauzy, New Years day. Mr. and Mrs. Qrover Tarwnter entertained a number of guests with a turkey dinner Wednesday. ' the occasion being the sixth birthday of their little granddaughter, Mary In- glls. Guests Invited to share the event were Miss Florence Prltchett C, B. LtndbIom,,Mr. and Mrs. James Inglls and daughters Mary nnd Jean Evelyn, Mrs. Robert Mitchell nnd son Bobby E.ugene and the Misses Mlldret and Roberta Tarwater. 'ellows Aid Society Meets t to Honor Departing President FELLOWS, Jan. r-rrThe Ladles' Aid octety of the Christian Church gave farewell party Thursday afternoon t the church, honoring Mrs. Hettle Impson, who has served as president since Its organization, and who Is eavtng for, Morro Bay to make her uture home, ... ' Mrs. L. J. Morgan favored with vo- al solos, "In Old. Shanty Town" and 'Sweetheart:-Say Obddby," and :Mrs. . L. Allen accompanied Mrs., Morgan t the piano. ' Mrs. Simpson was the recipient of miscellaneous shower,, gifts from members and friends present. , Mrs. Simpson was- visibly affected y the spirit manifested at this meet- ng but was able to respond briefly, xpresslng her thanks to the members or their splendid co-operation during er terms as.presldentr . Refreshments were" j served to Mefe- arnes J. A. Menzle, J. B. Irwin, J. H. ttason, W. J. Harbison, A. G. Trox, L. Allen, M. D. Foster, W. I. Foser, A. Alley, MnnerVy Howell, Lorene Brownfleld, Reglna Carson, M. Long, ilrs. M. Manerva, D. T. Shands, John 'nrrieaon, Pauline Jameson, J. W. Snyder, William Tralse, J. H. Smlthe, Torest BaUlnger, Cord Robertson, L. A. Barrett, H. M. Garner, J. L. Howell, Guy L. Smith, C. H. 'Tweddell, H. '. Sunderland, J. G. Sunderland, David !arson, C, A. Corbln, H. J. Llppert, 'A. Rnthbern, C. H. Morgan, L. J. Morgan, Mrs. E. Hendrlcks, Mr. and Mrs. 2ecll Morris, and the honoree. Chlklren present were Neva Allen, 3llly Long, Betty and Alone Sunder- and. Mrs. J. H. Mason, sister of Mrs. Impson, accompanied her to Morro Bay for an Indefinite stay to assist In retting settled In the new home. J. 3. Irwln, a brother, also went with ,Ir. and Mrs. Simpson, returning with '. L. Allen, who took their household goods over. 1 4 » » PANAMA PANAMA, Jan. 7.— Mr. and Mrs Felix Rhymer nnd family of Long Bench are visiting Mrs. Rhymer' father, George McKee, and will return home MOndny, George Bennltt returned to Berke ley Thursday after spending the holl days with his parents. Mrs. Margaret Bering received won Thursday of the accidental death o her brother In Seattle, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swlnford hav returned from an extended sojourn In Long Beach. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Herod of Bak ersfleld, former residents of Panama wore visiting friends In the commu nlty on Thursday. Mrs. P. O. Weller of Chlno is th guest of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Van Horn. Mrs. Frank Ebersole of LaVerna I visiting Arthur Huffman and famtlj and is assisting In remodeling the! new home on Wible Road. Fred Rollln attended a meeting o the U. B. V. W. In Vlsalla on Monda evening. Tho Christian Endeavor Society o Panama Church enjoyed a turkey din nor at a Now Years eve party which 42 young people attended. The Ladles' Aid Society met wit! Mrs. B. K. Jordan on Thursday aft ornoon. Past Presidents of Woman's Club Will Be Honored WASCO, Jan. 7.—Pa.t pre«|. dent*' day Is to be featured next Tuesday afternoon at the regular session of the Watco Woman'* Club at the Congregational Church, with the program In charge of the board of director*, The eleventh birthday of the club will be celebrated with a candle.lighting ceremony, and a gift shower of a cup and saucer and plate !• requested of each member, for the club. A program of mu»lo-will Include a violin solo by Mr*. J. U, Fldler, and vocil number* by Mrs. James Hubbard, Hostel'*** Include Mesdamos H. Q. Hull, Roy Green and Colvsr Jane*. WELFARE OF INDIAN DISCUSSED BY CLUB W; 'ASCO, Jan. ' 7.—The Woman's Progressive Club met at the homo of Mrs. William Klassin Thursday afternoon with Mrs, C. P. Morgan a* speaker of the afternoon. Mrs. Morgan touched upon many Interesting phases of the past treatment and present condition of American Indians. This particular work Is being given consideration arid unanimous support by the Woman's Clubs throughout the country. ' Today there are' 84,000 Indians In the United States divided Into 106 tribes, .and of that number 26,000 are In California. In I860, 90,000,000 acres of land belonging to these Indians were reclaimed by the government and although true American cltlxens they were not accorded the same privileges as people of 'other nationalities, not being allowed to take up a piece of land of their own choice, but were allotted land In undesirable localities, not always with water available to permit proper livable conditions. Not till 1924 were they given the right to vote, and then recognition coming only after their loyalty and Ipve of country was shown by the fact that 24,000 Indian boys enlisted during the war. In 1928 a bill was passed permitting a suit to be brought against the government to collect the sum of fl.25 p«Y acre, 8,000,000 acres being the amount of land subject to this taxation. From this sum will be deducted tho amount spent on tho Indians as far back as 1850, the balance to be turned over to the welfare department to bo used to purchase suitable homos for the Indians throughout the country. The Federation of Woman's Clubs hopes to retain -Mr. Rhodes, superintendent, and Mr, Scattergood, assistant superintendent of the Indlnn wul- faro department in Washington. It Is hoped that In tlrpe homo demonstrators might bo employed, and to eliminate tho boarding school, sending the Indian boys and girls to public schools which will assist them In a social way, as they must In time bat come a part of the state .and community they Hvo In. Mrs. Morgan concluded her talk by stressing three Important bills that will come before Congress. The blllH are tho Swing-Johnson bill, Indian Arts and Crafts bill, nnd the bill for establishing an accounting system of Indian tribal funds. i Two Indian musical numbers were played by Mrs. V. Roso and Mrs. Mark Fraser. Mrs. Zadla McNeil gave tho third of a series of six talks on Russia. Her subject was "The Cause of the Qollnpse of Religion In Russia." Mrs. James Little, president of tho club, announced that tho "Fathers' Night" party would be on tho evening of January 1, In the basement and annex of the Methodist church. , Refreshments were served by Mos- ditmea James Llttlo, J. W. McNeil and William Klassen. DELANO TO PROVIDE JOBS FOR UNEMPLOYED ON WATER MAINS D ELANO, Jan. 7. — Four-Inch water mains .will be laid to Delano cemetery, following a decision of the Board of City Trustees at their recent meet- ng. For this new Improvement, 1600 'eet of cast iron pipe will be purchased at once and work on the project will provide jobs for a number of unemployed In the city. The lino will be run out Eighth avenue from Clinton street to tho north Ine of tho cemetery, thence south r DELANO DELANO, Jan. 7.—Mr. and Mrs. E. Curtis ClarK have returned to their lome In Long Beach after an enjoyable holiday visit here with their daughter, Mrs, Harold Marshall and Mr. Marshall. Mrs. Bertha Holton, who has been visiting In Santn Rosa with her brother, Arthur Allen and family, since early summer, has returned to ler home here. Mrs. Louis Vergano and baby are lome from a Visit In Petnlumn with heir sister and aunt, Miss Georgia Miller, who accompanied them here for a visit with her father, Charles' Miller. Scott G. Lnda, local city clerk, Is convalescing slowly from an attack of influenza and Is at his home in the Green subdivision. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schilling of Umg Beach are guests nt the country home of Mr. and Mrs. George Osner, east of town. Miss Athene Halgh, who Is attend- ng school In Bakersfleld, has returned there to take up her school duties after a holiday visit with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Tatum and daughter, Helen, are home from Lo Grande, where they enjoyed a visit with Mrs. Tntum's parents, Mr. and W ASCO, Jan. 7.—Mrs. A. W. Miller was re-elected president of the iongrejrntlonal Aid Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Devenney. Other officers elected were: Mrs. 'rant Knlffen, vice-president: Mrs. Humphrey Jones, secretary; Mrs. K. F. Clemens, treasurer, and Mrs. De- I'enney, financial secretary. A father-son banquet is to be served nt tho church on February 2. The feature of the menu Is to bo waffles, Mrs. Henry Logan. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hlldreth of Snn Fraanclsco were recent guests of local friends, Mr. and Mrs, H. S. McClees and Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Byrne. They were accompanied by Mrs. Rose Hildroth of Reedley. Mr. Hlldreth and his mother, Mrs. Rose Hlldreth, were former pioneer residents of this district. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Porter and their daughters, Wanda and Betty, have returned to Snn Jose after spending tho holidays here with Mrs. Katie Robertson, mother of Mrs. Porter. Cummings Valley CUMMINOS VALLEY, Jan. 7.— Elmer Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hill, plans to attend the State School of Agriculture at Davis. He loft for Dnvis Wednesday. January 4. Recent guests in the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. John L. Herndon were Mr. and Mrs. Mulott and their son and . daughter, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Herndon, nil of Costa Mesa. Jack Mr. nnd Mrs. Hernmnn Melcher entertained a group of friends nnd relatives from Pasadena over tho holidays. Among them were Mrs. Melcher's pieces, the Misses Charlotte, Doris and Phyllis Schlltchlng. Included In the party were Robert and George Mon- talgn of Arcarta, and Edward Block of Pasadena, William and Mllo Sprinkle had a merry house party over the Christmas holidays. Tobogannlng was the chief sport. Guests were their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sprinkle of Bedondo Bench, nnd Mr, nnd Mrs, C. W. Angler and daughters, Constance, Jean and Betty, of Glendalc. Miss Anne Holgerson visited Cum- mlngs valley school this week. Clarence, Albert and Ed.ward Cummings spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Snyder In Tehaohapl. Mrs. Snyder Is their sister. Albert and Kdwnrd Cummings spent Now Years In Bakentfleld with friends, and Clarence Cummings was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. If. Wilson of To- hachapl. L. D. Wallace of Fresno spent Wednesday night nt the Snsla ranch. GREELEY QREELEY, Jan. 7.—Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nord and daughters Bertha ant] Lenora and son Frank recently motored to Reedly to attend n wedding The couple, who were married wero Elma Kunther and Jack Spscafkle. Mr. and Mrs. Dnve Rlemer of Texas have moved to Bakersfleld to make their homo. Miss Helena Schmidt, who has been working In Bakersfleld, Is now work- Ing at the home of Henry Bartel. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Flelshauer and family were visitors at the J. P. Nort home on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schmidt and family wero visitors at the Jake Barte home on New Years day. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kllewer and family wpre guests of Henry Klloworts of Bakersflold on Wednesday evening John Nord, who Is 111 with tho flu Is Hlowly recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Ilerrgnaell and family of the Granley district have moved to the Koacdulo district. TO AID GRID TEAM SHAFTEH, Jan. 7.—According to E. J. Peery, principal at the high school assembly, the receipts Of tho forthcoming entertainment will In part go to the local football team's expenses. William Garde, traveling expert on motion pictures,' explained the educating nnd entertaining values students derive from this work. Tom Hammer and Murray Arnold, stage managers, report that the auditorium etnge Is In readiness. A joint meeting of the Shnfter High and Rlchlaml Grammar Schools will bo hold on Monday, January 0, at 7:80 p, rn. J, P. Dale of the state department of education, bureau of parent education, will meet tho group, All parents '6f both schools are urged to be present. Mr, Dale will also conduct parent- education classes In Bakornfleld, Monday, January 0, from 7:80 to 11:80 a. m. Mrs, H. L. Hetii nnd her sons, John nnd Rlehnrd, returned Monday from un extended ',atay with relatives In Fresno, Miss Dorothy Engle, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe B. • Engle, hns returned to her 'classes nt tho University of. California at Berkeley. Mlds Englo will resume her studies In physical education. Maricopa O. E. S. to Have Guests From taft Unit MARICOPA, Jan. 7.—Star-point night will be observed by the Marloopa Chapter, Order of Battern Star, next Tuesday evening, according 'to an anndunoe- ment made by Mrs. Pearl Morrlt, worthy matron. Invitation hat been extended to the Taft ohup- . tar'to be presented at that time and an Interesting meeting It predicted, On January 24;. the Marloop* chapter will be hottett at- a dinner to be given In honor of the worthy grand matron, Mrt, Oraee Rlohardion Butterfleld of San Prancltco. The' dinner will be given In Taft Mitonlo temple and membert are advlted thit reter- vatlont mutt bo made In advance. Requettt for retervatlont may be made to Mrt. Pearl Morrlt and Mrs. Jettle Jepttn of the Marl- < copa lodge. across tho Edward Chaso ranch, to the cemetery.* Regarding tho contract for tho disposal of tho city garbage and care of the sewer farm, It was decided to require a surety bond for $1000 from tho successful bidder.. The mutter of the bid of M. S. Sllva was laid over until the next meeting. A proposed slot machine ordinance was discussed, but no action was taken. In the absence of City Cleric Scott Lndd, who Is 111, John M. Haborfoldo acted as clerk. WASCO CHURCH GROUP ELECTS HEADS; BANQUET IS PLANNED Enueage and coffee which will be served for 25 cents. Tho report was made that nearly $500 was cleared during the year for the nld. Refreshments were served by the committee composed of Mrs. Russel Annln and Mrs. Devenney. Those present were Mesdames Miller, Knlffen, Jones, Clemens, Charles Anderson,-T. H. Ratcllffo, E. S. FORK, C. H. B'runtbn, Fred Smith,' A. P. Raven, and Jeanette Stoner. McKITTRICK MoKITTRICK, Jan. 7. Misses Olive and Dorothy Harris entertained a party of young folks at their home Wednesday evening. Dancing and cards were the evening's diversions, followed by refreshments. Those enjoying the evening were: Misses Martha Tracy, Margaret Sawyer, Alleen Combs, Wlnfred Van Neman; Messrs. Dan Joslln, Bob Lewis, Bobr Crawford, Parker Van Neman, Bruce Crawford, Don Hart, Hollls Barton, all of Buttonwillow; Stanley Powers of Bakersfleld, Mary Smith, .Chester Arnold, Jean Harris, Olive Harris and Dorothy Harris. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Chester of Lindsay are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Knox. K. B. Reed and O. W. Tracy left Thursday for their homes in Long Beach. OILDALE OILDALE, Jnn. 7,—Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Oldham have returned to Three Rivers, after an extended visit with Mrs. Oldham's parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Dresser of Rlvervlew. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Coker have returned from the south after spending a few days at Pasadena and Venice. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Weaver and son Wallace are home from Watsonvlllo and are nt their old home, 425 Decntur street. : .. CONSUL.GENERAL NAMED SANTO DOMINGO, Jnn. 7. (A. P.)Joso Mnrln Bonettl Burgos, a member of President Trujlllo's secretarial staff, today was appointed consul- general at Ne\V York. Keekers Entertain Friends at Party WASCO. Jan. 7.—Mr. .and Mrs. Kurt Kocker Were hosts to a group of friends Wednesday evening. Five hundred was played. High scoro prizes were awarded to Mrs. Cole nnd Mr. Mann, low scores going to Mrs. Glddtngs and Mr. Colo. Refreshments of salad, cnko nnd coffee were served. Guests of the evening were mesdamcs Edwin Booth, James Little, H. A. Clldclings, A. P. Mann,. R. T. Cole, Grant Knlffen nnd Mrs. Wanona Cole. Messrs, J. Little, IT. A. Gld- dtngs, A. P. Mann, K Booth, R. T. Cole, Grant Knlffcn and tho host and hostess, Forum Topic Will Be "Technocracy" WASCO, Jan. 7.—Tho Sunday evening forums at tlio ConKregntlonnl Churnh will bo resumed Sundny evo- n\\\K, January 8, Doctor T. II. Rat- cllffo will »tnko as the subject "Technocracy," Tho public Is Invited to attend, tho time being 7:!10 o'clock. •*GIVES BRIDAL SHOWER TAFT, Jan. 7.—Giinimn Kappa Pill sorority Ravo a bridal shower and farewell luncheon Tuesday noon at tho homo of Mrs. Vincent Holma In honor of Mrs. Charles Nichols, formerly Miss Avis Harnes, n. bride of this week. Tho long tablo whore tho guests worn seated for luncheon was beautifully decorated In honor of thoibride-to-be. Tlio^e present to wish Mrs.'Nichols ninny years of happiness wero Mesdames Verne ; Mullen, Louis Orloff, Cecil Lewis, Don Gray, Hud Simpson and tho Misses Phyllis Adklsnnn', Geneva Kean, I/orabntb Daniels, Sarah Taylor and the hostess, Mrs. Vincent Helnm. Tho brldo will nmko her home In Ventura. ,— •« • * MARICOPA MARICOPA, Jnn. 7. — Mrs. Dnn Dureu of Woodlake Is visiting at the home of Mrs. Ijoonard- Welde. Miss Ella Holms hns returned to Mnrlcopn after severnl weeks' visit In Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Lambert have moved to Fellows whoro they have been transferred by the General Po troleum. Mrs. 8nrn.li Dyo, who has mado her homo In Maricopa for tho past 20 years, has moved to Bakersfleld. j SUNDAY SERVICES IN LOCAL CHURCHES First Methodist Episcopal Truxtun, From G to H Dr. Fletcher O. Watson, Pastor Sunday school, 9:40 n. in.; morning service, 11 o'clock. Text, Junior Ker- monette by the pastor this morning will be, "Once Upon n Time." Doctor Watson will have as the theme of hls> morning message, "Life's Greatest Mathematical Problem. Evening service, 5 o'clock. Text, "An Evening of Song," with the pastor telling the life Btory of Fanny J. Crosby. The aholr will sing two of the songa written by her. Three Epworth Leagues meet at 0:15, Junior High, High School and Senior. Wednesday night at 6:15 o'clock. Family night dinner followed by a mission study claws, also a meet- Ing of the chui'crh school board which will take the place of tho teachers' training class. Calvary Baptist Church Kern and Nlles Streets Evangelist Albert T. Douglass, Acting Sup inly if, 9: Pastor . Sunday school, 9:45 to IO:HB n. in.: morning service, 11 o'clock. Theme, "It's Up to You, What Will You Do JP About It' B. Y. P. Text, Revelation 3:8. All U.s meet at li:30 p. m. to study God's word and train themselves for service. 7:30 o'clock, and Influence •The of Evening service, Increasing Power Sin." Revelation 3:20-22, We aro respectfully requesting all teachers In the Sunday school to remain for tho preaching service, • First Pr««byterlan Church Corner Seventeenth and H Streote Ilev. John Murdoch, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 «. m. Themo for the month of January. "Service." Morning service, 11 o'clock. Text. Revelations 1:18,. Theme, "Christ and the Book of Revelations." Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Text, Gallatlons 2:20. Theme, "Christian Life." Christian Endeavor meetings nt 6:30 p. m. World's Friendship class at 6:30 p. m.. Midweek service at 7:30 p. m. on Wednesday. First Church.of Christ, ficlentlit Of Hakerafleld, branch of The Mother Church, The First Churc-h of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., nt Eighteenth and C streets; Sunday Hervleew Flrit Christian Church Sixteenth nnd I Streets Charles H. Hulme, Minister Bible school nt »:4B a. in.; "99" class nt 9:30 a, in. Special lemton by the pastor on "How tho English Blhlo Grew," showing the course of the American Hevlsed Edition through all translations from the orlfjlnal Greek to the present time. Illustrated with Hpecliil diagrams and charts. Sermon and communion at 10:46 o'clock. Sermon uubject, "Trudltlonn of Men nnfl Commandments of God; Which Do We Follow?" Six Christian Endeavor NO- cletles at 0:30 o'clock, followed by ovo- nlng sermon nt 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "The Four Baptisms of tho Now Testament—John tho Baptist, Holy Spirit, of tho Apostles nnd Fire." Illustrated with chart. Flng uong service. Evangelistic Tabernacle Chester Avenue and Eighth Street "Why Goorjre Washington and Abraham Lincoln didn't ride In an nlrplane and own a radio. Why Henry Kurd Will didn't live 4000 years ago. Tech- at 11 a. in. and 8 echool at 9:80 a. m. p. m.; Sunday Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o clock. The road- ing room, located at 824 Brower building. Is open from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.. and from 7 to 8 p. m. dally, except Sundays. Wednesdays, and holidays, and on Wednesdays from 10 n. m. to 4' p. m. On holidays, from 2 to 4 £ , m. The subject for Sunday's Bible esson If "Sacrament." Spiritual Science Church 1E04 Bakar Street, East Bakursfleld . Near Montoroy Street Rnv. Josephine Edwards, Pastor Evening serv/n(>, 7:45 o'clock, Text, Pgnlm 116.' AJ.jo Sunday, 2:30 r>. in., and Tuesday and Thursday, 7:40 p, m. ay find 'J nocracy save thfl world?" This Is Evangelist Boothby's lecture subject Sunday evening In the tabernacle at Chester avenue and Eighth street. There will bo meetings every night next week except Monday and Saturday. Anglo.Saxon Federation of America Undenominational 3011 K fitreet Rev. Philip E. ,r. Monson. Bible Expositor nnd fxicturnr Subject, "The Awakening of Amfr- Ira to Urn- Idrntlty ns Israel." Of value to the .lows and Amerli'iuiH. Fr?a lecture every Tuesday. 7:30 p. m. Anglo-Israel correspondence course, historically Interpreting prophecy. Trinity Spiritualist Church Woodman Building Basement Rev. Mary Crlswell Kralce, PaHtnr Sunday evening service only, nt 7:110 o'clock. Subject, "Divinity of Nature." Messages free to all, from ar- tlulos and flowers. By request of the Spiritualist Mediums' Alliance of the u, S. A,, a national body. St. John's Lutheran Church Twentieth nnd C Streets Louis A, Kueffner, Pastor Sunday school, 9:46 a. m. Morning service, 10:80 o'clock. Services in Taft will be conducted by 'the pnstor Sun- dny evenlnK fit 7:40 o'clock In the Girl Scouts' building, Flr»t Baptist Church Truxtun Avenue, Between L and M Streets Rev. Frank O. Belden, Pastor Sunday school, 9:46 n. m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Text, "How tho Mnstor Secures His Laborers." Evening service. 7:30 o'clock. Text, "Tho Man Who Sought tho M'ght In tho Night," Mornlnu and evening music, Sermon on "Friendship." ieol nt 6:30 p. m. Tho First Congregational Church Seventeenth anrl a Streets Hov. A. S. Donnt, Pastor Sundny school for-everybody at 9:30 n. in. The Friendship Clans studies tho life of JcstiH at 10 n. in., led by M. F. Wllcox. At 11 o'clock Is the morn- Ing service. Argonauts mec evening service at 7:30 o'clock. H. A. .Spliidt to speak on "Portlnonl Problems Facing Education." Monday nt 7:30 p. in. In tho meeting of tho deacons. Wednesday nt 0:10 p. m., tho brotherhood dtnnur. Tho annual church banquet and muutlng will bo held on Friday, January 20. First Nazarene Church Fourth Street and Chester Avenue S. II. Erwln, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Theme. "Taking Inventory With Uod." Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. "God's Method of Making Saints Out of Men" will bo HID subject of thn evening Tho Senior Nazarene YoQiig People's Society meets at 6:30 p. in. The midweek service Wednesday at 7:30 p. in. The pastor Is bringing a sc.rles of messages on tho gospel. Special music. Bible study Friday evening ut 7:30 o'clock. St. Paul's Church (Episcopal) Corner Snventeonth nnd t Streets Thn Ilev. William K. Patrick, rtoctor First Sunday after tho Kiiiphnny. services UK follows: 8 a. in., Holy roni' inuiilun; HMO a. in., rliurrh school; H a. in., morning prayer and sermon by the Rf.v, William n. Patrick. Meetings nftxt woeh: Monday lit 7:1H p. m., Girls' Friendly Society; Tuesday at S o'clock, annual parish meeting, cl lion of wardens and vestrymen ane! reports; Wednesday at. 1 p. in., St. Paul's Guild; Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. choir rohenrtinl; Wednesday lit 8 p. in. St. Margaret's (julld; Friday at •( p. m., lllrlb' Frlcmdly Society. Unity Truth Center Delia yhutta, Lcadur 16fl9',« Chester Avenue. Phone 46H. Sunday school, U:4£> n. m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Subject, "Paradise." EvenlnB healing service, o'clock. LUKHUIIH In Truth, Monday, 8 p. m. Unity Truth Center womei Thursday, - p. in. Business clinic Wednesday, 8 p. in. Dally meditation "Spiritual Hookup," 1 to 1:10 p. m Center open from 9 a. m, to 6 p. m. Church of Chrlit Q and Twentieth Streets U. R. Forrest. Minister Sunday school, 9:46 a, in. Morning Bervlcfi, II o'clock. .Subject. "Ohoosi You This Day Whom You Will Servo, nvonlni; service, 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "Thn Huprom* Question." evening Harmon U the fourth of a series on "Tho Supremo Question." WOMEN MEET OILDALE, Jan. 7. —The Loyal Women's Class of tho Congregational _hurch hold Its monthly business nootlng and potluok dinner Friday at ho home of Mrs. Sarah David, In Rlvervlew, assisted by Mrs, F. »O. Haskell. Dinner was served at 12:80, after which tho business was discussed, and ho class president stated that members have just one more month In which to pay their church building pledge, or until their next meeting, which will bo held at Mrt. Perry Thatcher's, on Friday, February 10. Those enjoying the dinner were Mesdames Glenn Brooks, C. E. Stevens, A.. B. Cunningham, Perry Thatcher,' Frank Barls, Sarah David, C. A. Dresser, L. Shlvely, W. J. Irvtn, <". G. Haskoll, L. G. Rogers, Ed Buck, Sarah Fish, J. H. MoNaughton, M. O Roberts, M. A. Harwell, A. O. Borst and II. Bakor. •-•-# FLYER AFTER RECORD LONDON, Jan. 7. (U. P.)—Bert Hlnklcr, long-distance flyer, was en route to Australia today in an attemp to boat the England-Australia flight record of 9 days, 1 hour and 58 minutes held by C. A. Butler. Hlnkler established a record of 16H days for tho round trip flight In 1928. PROBLEM PUPIL TOPIUIMEE! McFarland Educator Speaks at Delano Exchange Lunch Session DELANO, Jan. 7.—Robert Broad- Well, teachor of muslo In the McFar- and High School, was the truest speaker at the weekly luncheon session of the Delano Exchange Club, Friday noon. The meeting was held nround the lunch tables at Hotel Kern. ' The subject of Mr. Broadwell'a address was "Training the Pupil to Be- Useful." He gave particular emphasis to the problem pupils and what should be done to Interest and help" them. He cited several Instances with ' which he had to deal.. One problem pupils was placed in a quartet and thereafter ceased to be a problem.' Ho also spoke on developing the personality of the pupil. O, A. Clasen, recently elected secretary of Delano Chamber of Commerce, was a visitor and announced the benefit farce which will be given on January 13. Following up the community betterment plan of the club, a committee\' was named to sponsor a charity card party which will be given on January 18. Members of the committee are lies- He Adams, E, A. Roberts and Arthur Fayle. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Knowles have donated the dining room of the Kern Hotel for the affair, and prizes also have been donated. : , ,, Mrs. Leslie Adams, who has served the club as pianist throughput the year, refused the remuneration offered her and placed It In the.charity fund. . Out-of-town guests were the county superintendent of schools, Herbert H. Healy, and Jack Byfleld, both of Bak- ersfleld. , ' . Clothing Plant at Louisville Bombed (Anooiated Preia Ltated Wr«) ' LOUISVILLE, Jan. 7.—An explosion.' attributed by police 'to .a dynamlto bomb partially wrecked tho Sherman & Sons clothing manufacturing-plant early today. Windows' were broken nnd doors were blown from their hinges for two blocks in each direction, but only throe casualties were reported. Tholr Injuries wore slight. Officials of the company blamed labor troubles. LATE W. C T. U. from an address by Doc•*-* too Achard, secretary of the Fronch Academy of Medicine, delivered nt n public meeting of the Llguo Nntlonale Centre Alcoholismo, March 0, 1932: A groat deal of prejudice and a great deal of error Is being circulated on the subject of wine and spirits, Good wlno, thoy say, harms no one, a statement which the patients In our hospitals, the Insane in our asylums, and the criminals In our prisons categorically deny. Wine Is officially termed a hygienic drink, as If, to Im- provo tholr health, people must drink more than they want. Wine, they also tell us, possesses n food value: and still more, It contains those useful substances which are active In some small doses and which are compared to vitamins. An to the matter of nutrition, wine Is a poor food and a dear food and la utll- iznblo only In small proportions. And us to those vitamins—llko substances which It mny furnish, a small quantity of wlno would suffice without taking account of many other better foods which furnish quite as much. Not Indispensable Wlno, then, Is not Indispensable to human health. It la for the taste that men drink artificial beverages which they find It Is easy to produce In the climates whoro they live. Hero It Is wine; there It Is beer or elder. Of course, there Is a place in connection with tlio bad effects of alcohol to distinguish between distilled nnd fermented drinks. Tho concentrated alcohol of tho flrRt class, especially If taken on an empty stomach, nxpoNOH one more to Intoxication than tho diluted nlcuhol of tho second class; but to contend that In the region whore most alcohol In drunk less strong liquor Is used and that tho way to combnt alcoholism by Increasing the consumption of wlno, Is too much llko jumping from tho frying pan Into the flro. The alcoholism of the heavy wine drinkers Is only too well established. Masiti to Be Saved Thoso who are to be saved from alcoholism are, first of all, the great masses of workers and among them . those'who, because of the conditions of work and life,.abandon themselves most easily to alcohol. The alcoholism of the rich, of those who are called "elegant," If such a term can be associated with so great a vice, Is of only moderate social interest. The famous flasks of our grand wines, destined largely for exportation, are of little danger to our social body. Their high prices make them prohibitive for the great numbers. In speaking of limiting consumption and production, I hear the clamor that is raised on every side. . Too much private Interest enters into It. But at least one need not Increase consumption as certain Interests .desire. It Is a poor and dangerous remedy to lower the price of wine In order to push consumption and tempt people to exceed their needs and Increase their expenses. Consume- Freeh Qrapet ' • Must we, In order to reduce production, destroy our vines? Certainly not. Many countries of the east, like Persia, large producers of grap«B, ' make only a little wine. The grapes' are eaten In their natural state. Italy has given us recently an excellent example of propaganda in favor of consuming fresh grapes. Furthermore, one may preserve the grape juice, and this Industry may in favorable places, be substituted for the manufacture of wine. The preserved, nonfer- mented juice Is a drink as agreeable as it la healthful. There must be an education of the people to convince those upon whom rests the moral authority, and who • are not always the official educators, to show the danger of alcohol; the utility of sacrificing a little pleasure. In the beat Interest of moral and 1 physical health; and to spare the laborer the wages he Is paying as a tribute to the wine merchant. "Why George Washington and Abraham Lincoln Didn't Ride in an Airplane and Own a Radio; Why Henry Ford Didn't Live Four Thousand Years Ago. Will Technocracy Save the World?" Big Lecture Sunday, January 8, 7:30, at The Boolhby-Spillman Tabernacle Corner Chester Avenue and Eighth Street HUGE VESTED CHOIR SEATS FREE WONDERFUL SPECIAL MUSIC ALL WELCOME Listen to the Radio Program Each Sunday From 5:30 to 0:00 o'clock Over Station KERN .,i.,y u ... -:,U...Uukski..'-.- 4 '. -f

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