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THE BAKEHSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS ARVIN ALFALFA E. 0. Mitchell Heads Group for New Development of . Hay Product ARVIN, Jan. 14.—E. O. Mitchell of Arvln has been appointed head oi tho 4 alfalfa department of Kern county by the county Farm Bureau. Since a high percentage of the alfalfa grown In this community is sent to southern markets, It Is hoped this department will be made a live one under the able leadership .of Mr. Mitchell. Cotton acreage has been decreasing and alfalfa acreage Increasing, with the result that the soil Is greatly benefited* The Agricultural Extension Service, realizing this, Is doing everything possible to make .this product a profitable ofie for growers. Mr. Lindsay, farm adviser, lust year outlined a program to determine the profitableness of night baling and It was found that by baling tha hay at night with tho proper humidity In the- air, the grade was sufficiently Increased to mako >2 per ton difference, While this problem Is being properly solved, the alfalfa department under Mr. Mitchell and the extension service, will be studying additional Improvements that may be made by rolling the hay as harvested to make the hay dry more uniformly. Growers here have long known that rotton yields well following alfalfa und If the hay can be-, made more profitable, the practice of alfalfa and Cotton rotation will result In profit to the grower and community which In turn will aid the welfare of the county. GREELEY GRE73LEY, Jan. 14.—Mr. Glllesple and family havo moved to the Greeley district. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kllngenberg, Mrs. August Kllngenberg and her sister, all from Minnesota, were supper guests at the J. P. Nord home on Monday evening. With them wero their sons Clarence, Lornn, O.tto and their daughters »A.llce nnd Sarah Kllngenberg. J. H. Boese and son Otto are repairing wells on tho Justlna Flelshauer ranch. Aaron Kllewer nnd Frank Nord recently drove n herd of cattle to pasture on the Wilson ranch in the Rio Brnvo district. "Grandmn" Rosa Nord has received a letter from her granddaughter, Frances Nord of Reedley, who has just returned homo from Texas. Miss Hogerson, county supervisor of primary grades, visited Greeley School on Tuesday. John Schmidt was a Sunday guest of John Wnrkentln. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bartel spent last Sunday nt the Abo Schmidt home. The Reverend Mr. Brick of British Columbia Is planning to take up ministerial work In the Rosedale Church. Seropla ITurtado, who has been In Kern County General Hospital for removal of his tonsils, Is again at school. Dale Brimhall, who has been 111, Is again In school. O. W. Hiemforth has Increased the size of hlH dairy herd by the addition of 11 head of fine Holsfeln cattle. H. W. Moore and family of the Greeley district have moved to Los Angeles, where they Intend to make their home. Plans Discussed for Improvement of Cotton Crops MoFARLAND, Jan. 14.—Plans were discussed at a meeting held at the kindergarten Thursday evening for the growing of better cotton In the McFarland district. F. W. Herbert of the experimental farm at Shufter was present and a general discussion was held. Unusual Interest Is being shown by the ranchers, and those present appointed C. R. Moomaw and W. c. Hnnawalt, Jr., as a com- mlttte to Interview ranchers of th« community who were not In attendance at the meeting, and get their opinion on the plan. Another meeting to further' the .plan will be hejld In the near future. Farm Group Plans New Sewing School McFARLAND, Jan. 14.—Mrs. Ed Phillips, chairman of the local home department, presided at a meeting of tho organization held Wednesday at the home of Mrs, Andncw Bllckenstaff. Miss Lillian Brlnkman explained the plan for the Rowing school wh.lch Is to be held at the American Legion hall January 31 and February 1. Each day an all day session will be held and Miss Brlnkman will Instruct the sewing school. Instead of the usual potluck luncheon those who attend may eat at the' grammar school cafeteria or bring their lunch. Aside from the sewing school, each one attending Is Invited to bring plants for exchange with other members. Attending the meeting were Mesdames Dlnsmore Parish, D. L. Whlsler, Susie Frantz, C. H. Stiles, C. R. Moomaw, Walter Root, 'A. W. Cavanaugh, A. R. Qrober, Walter Dbcon, John Moomaw, Ed Phillips, Andrew Bllckenstaff and Misses Lillian Brlnkman, Veda and Ethel Moomaw. VINELAND VINELAXr*, Jnn. 14—Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Frick and family were recent dinner guests at the H. Q." Thompson home. Arthur Wilson and family have moved to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wilson. The young people of the Full Gospel i Church will be hosts to the Christ's Ambassador rally on Monday nl^ht, January 16. Tho district president, Floyd Hawkins of San Diego, and tho ) divisional chairman, E. W. Mincey of i Mnrlcopa, will be present. A splendid | musical program has been arranged. There will bo a street meeting in Lamont at 5:30 preceding: the rally. All young people of the community are Invited to attend the rally. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Frlck spent a few days In Los Angeles. They wero accompanied -south by Mrs. Frlck's mother, Mrs. W. D. Paulson, who remained In a hospital for medical treatment. The members of the Weed Patch Sewing Club were entertained at the some of Mrs. S. E. L. TVharton on Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent In playing bridge, after which delicious refreshments were served by tho hostess. Mrs. Whnrton was pleasantly surprised when she wan presented with a shower 1 - of handkerchiefs and other gifts, the occasion honoring her birthday. The guests were Mesdames William Addlngton, O. C. Young, L. W. Frick, Leo'-Bunca, M. F. Parish, Forrest Frlck, Roy Hooper, Mary Campbell and H. G. Thompson. TEHACHAPI ••TEHACHAPI, Jan. 14.—Mrs. Relen Keelcy entertained a few friends at luncheon and cards Wednesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Maude Farrar, who Is planning to.make her home In Mexico. Those present were Mrs. G. H. Offerman, Mrs. Don Young, Mrs. A. Arvila, Mrs. William Mulr. Mrs. Wnlter Brlte, the hostess Mrs. Keeley and the honoree Mrs. Maude Farrar. Mrs. Frank Baumgart was a Bak- ersfleld visitor on Monday. Porter McColloch of Los Angeles and Miss Jewel Park of Beverly Hills were recent guests at the Ralph McColloch home. The Ladles' Aid of the Community Church will meet Tuesday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. H. M. Cowan. Tho annual election of officers will be held. Mrs. Helen Keeley and Mrs. William Mulr, were recent visitors at Bakersfield.* Mr. and Mrfe. A. Avlla and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. McEntlre drove to Bak- crsfleld Monday. Memorial services will be held Sunday evening In the Community Church honoring the birthday anniversary of Thomas Wlldey, called the "Father of Odd Fellowship." The local lodges of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will attend the services In a body. Miss Eileen Klrkbrlde of Brite valley spent Thursday night with Miss .Tennln Ann Cownn. PANAMA PANAMA, Jan. 14.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salcberger and son of Houston, Texas, are visiting their relatives P. G. Randall and wife. Charles McKnnnn, who was recently married to Ml«s Vera Hopper of Palo Alto, visited his brother J. M. McKanna and famljy Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson and Mrs. Mary Pyle of Tehachapl were attending to business In Panama Thursday afternoon. Professor L. J. Banks, Robert Mnr- ton afcd Johnnie Kane motored to Fresno Tuesday where they were In attendance at the meeting of the Swine Breeders' Association, being representatives from the Kern County Union High School. J. M. McKantia went to Avenal Thursday where he visited his mother. N. Costes of San Francisco has recently moved a house onto the land he recently purchased from Erie Parish on Taft highway and will occupy It In the near future. Mrs. W. D. Sohultz visited in Bak- ersfleld at the home of her daughter, Mrs. O. L. Coburn, on Friday. Guests at tho Loustnlot homo on Monday evening wore Henry Busc-her nnd family. John' Kane and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde van Horn nnd Mitchell Borda, the occasion being Mrs. LouBtalot'B blrthdny. L BEGIN REVIVAL SERVIttSAT MO DELANO, Jan. 14. — The Reverend Harold Carlson, pastor of the Wasco Methodist church, will fill the pulpit of the local Methodlat church on Sunday, at th« morning: service. The Reverend. William C. Eddy, paotor of the lonnl church, will begin revival services In the "Wasco church, and continue through tho next two weeks preaching every night but Saturday. At tho morning service the chorus choir directed by Mrs. Ben C. Shearer, will sing nn anthem. ' At the evening church service, Miss Oay Harris, Christian Americanization Missionary of tho Baptist church, will speak. Women of the local Methodist and Baptist churches having been doing Christian Americanization work hero during the past your under the direction of Miss Harris. At the evening service, Mrs.- Roy Shleppey will sing a solo. William Hiett Is Re-elected to Post DEL'ANO, Jan. 14.— William *Hl«tt, active worker in the local high school Epworth Legnue, has been re-elected second vice-president of the Kern County Alliance of Epworth Leagues. This alliance Includes all Epworth Leaguers In the county. Young Hlett filled this position very acceptably last year In the alliance and was renamed at tho recent meeting In Balt- erafleld. The second department In league work has charge of the mlswlonary activities of the young people, who, In this district are supporting a young Chinese missionary. KERNVILLE KERNVILLE, Jan. 14. — William (Tony) Jones, of Tulare, la here for a visit with George Bandy. Billy Melton was a recent Bakersfield business visitor. H. M. Calkins, host of tha Durrwood resort on the upper Kern river, has returned homo following a week's Visit with friends In Ix>» Angeles and southern California. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Dlltz of the Rlvernook Dairy were recent visitors In the Snn Jonquln valley. Earl Hoke, O. C. HfttigKberpr, Jack Ohrictensen, Ed Kewln. Judge Robert Palmer, John Pottet-. R. J. Trumbull and C. E. Tlmmons attended the I. O. O. . F. ceremonies In Hnkersfleld Wednesday night, In which Bert James, Hadley Frnzler and Tony Salsa were Riven a degree In that order. Aubrey Stains and Monroe George, who were In Los Angeles for several days, have returned home. f « . » MARICOPA MARICOPA, Jan. 14.— Wilbur Clarke, Bellflower, former resident of Maricopa, has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Maurice Perry, for the past few days. D. D. Hcngerty of San Francisco Is spending a few days in Marlcopa look- Ing after business interests. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Troup are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter. Evelyn Joyce, January 3. 3|rs. Naomi Klnknde was a Bakersfield visitor recently. WILL GAUGE SNOWFALL IN HIGH SIERRA SOON R HnNVILLH, Jan. 11.—Earl Pascoe of Camp Pascoe on the upper Kern river, will leave within a few days for his annual pilgrimage Into the high Sierra for tho measurement of snowfall. This survey Is made yearly under the direction of the state division of water resources at Sacramento. The determination of the amount of annual snowfall Is essential In tho regulation and conservation of the state's domestic and agricultural water supply. The territory covered by Mr. Pascoo Is the largest In area In tho state allotted to n single guuger. This district embraces the entlro Kern rivar watershed from Kornvllle to north of Mount Whitney.' In preparing for tho arduous trip, at all times fraught with danger, supplies are deposited In way stations along, tho route by mule pack train during: the late summer and fall months, prior to tho arrival of winter storms. Later, following tha first considerable snowstorm, journey Is made Intb the high mountains on snowehocs, the gauger laying his course along tho lino of cached food supplies and taking measurements en route. The trip Is made several times during the winter, tho last usually being In April, From tho lower snow mnrker. above Falrvlew on the upper K6rn nver, at an elevation of 3520 feet, tho gauges march steadily upward to finally reach an elevation of more than 13,000 foot on the westerly slope of Mount Whitney. Assisting Mr. Pascoe In this work are Shelby Williams and Al Bernard, experienced mountain men of Camp Pascoe. SHAFTER HIGH SCHOOL GROUPS ENJOY FINE BANQUET PROGRAM S HAFTER, Jan. 14.—El Toro and HI-Y groups In the lowvl high school held a banquet Thursday evening In the school's biology laboratory. Olrls of the home economics department, under the direction of Mrs. H. A. Huston, served and prepared the meal. Perry Potter was master of ceremonies. P. L. Arnold, James Wilson, F. F. Latta and R. L. Gates gave short talks In which they commended tho students on their ability to co-operate and promote team work. Richard "Mark of Beast" to Be Lecture Topic "Six hundred sixty-six. Who Is It? What Is the Mark of tho Beast?" Is the subject for a lecture by Evangelist Robert L. Boothby to be given Sunday evening In the tabernacle at Chester avenue and Klghth street. Mr. Boothby's text will be, "And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and .poor, free and bond, to receive a mark In their right hand, or In their foreheads: and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or tho name of the benet, or the number of his name. Here Is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count tho number of the beast; for It Is the number of a man; and his number Is six hundred threo score and six." Revelation 13:15-18. The biff choir will slug nnd Evangelist Hpillman will have some good special music. Shaf ter Boy Scouts Demonstrate Work SHAFTER, Jan. 14. — The Boy Scouts met last night at the American Legion hall, where games were played demanding quickness In tying the squnre knot. Aftef the regular meeting, Scoutmaster Harmon culleil a special meeting of officers, and It was decided to have games pertaining to first aid for the next meeting's performances. The Rattlesnake Pu- trol will be In charge of the program and Doctor Milton Key will be the speaker on first aid. Orlbble, former Instructor of tho young men, gave a brief talk on tho advancement of tho boys In the community. J_ack Byfleld, county superintendent of 'attendance, commanded tho Interest of his hearers with problems of hla office and stories of other men In the science of education. 7Te was. the featured speaker of the evening. Tom Hammer yodelled and Everett Devlno presented a snxophono solo. Closing talks, made by the presidents of tho two clubs, presented the alms of tho clubs. • MISS BRAND HOSTESS FOR QOJP PAR1Y AUVIN, Jan. 14.—Miss Mnrle Brand entertained with a quilting party at nor hotno on Comivnche Drive on Wednesday. Ouests spent tho day quilting and hemming dish towels for their hostess, who Is to leave soon Tor Cameron, Mo. An elaborate luncheon was served at noon. Those at- tending'were Mesdnmes Hurry Krauter, Carl Krnutor, J. W. Krauter nnd Fred Glasser of Bnkersflcld. Quests from Arvln wore Mesdames H. C. Yauwsy, H. II. Po'rtmun, Walter Uouuh, M. H. Krauter, Charles V. Rexroth, J. L. Krautor, Clarence Yaussy, Otto Yaussy, Misses Dorothy I'ortman nnd Merrlam Neff, and tho hostess, Mlns Brand, and her mother, Mrs. W. R. Brand. AID SOCIETY MEETS .FILE Legion Unit Makes Red Cross Quilts FELLOWS, Jan. 14.—Tho sewing club of Cecil Thompson Unit No. 63, American Legion Auxiliary, rnot at the Legion hall Thursday for a potluck luncheon nnd tho members made four quilts for tho Red Cross and also held un Initiation rehear.sal. Present wero Mcsdsxines Theron of Chicago, Mabel Qubleman, Pat Swln- ney, Vivian Utzenith, Klalno Ufiron, Irene Bennett, Kthel Lewis, Susie Smith, Eunice Dull, Honrlal, Harriet Slater, Nnrllne Phillips, Lorcn.T. Oak- Ipy, Blanche Morgan, 73 mm a Hill, Tot Wilson, T,l77;io Heasley, Winifred Munaey, Effie Teal. Ciuo«t» from tho Legion wero V. R. Wilson, Henry Dull, C. H. Morgan nnd Gordon Slfiter. * * » Gridiron Star Is McFarland Speaker McFARLAND, Jan. 14.'— Henry Shaldach, University of California football star, was given an enthusiastic reception by tho McFarland High School student body nt a talk given by him here Friday morning. Mr. Shaldach told of tho talk that Bollo HolllngBberiy, couch of the team representing the wast In the east-west contest, gave to the players when It peenifd that tho west waH likely to be defeated. Mr. ShiUdneh then outlined the requisites of athletic training. MOUNTAIN VTEW, Jan. 14.— Mrs. G, H. Fllkcl entertained members of the Ladles' Aid Society at her homo In Magundcu Thursday • aftornoon. Tho business session, presided over by Mrs. Fllkel, wan opened with scripture reading nnd prayer. Plans were made for a cafeteria dinner at tho church Friday ovenlnsr, January 27. Mcsdamen TCverott Thornburg, R. W. Burprcss and E, L. JHii'Kcss were appointed to have charge. Preliminary plans wero mado for having an entertainment In March, different groups to put on one-act pl«yn. Refreshments wero served by tho hoiitosf) to tho folloivliiK: Mcedamcs B. O. Tluorklc, O. P. Thornburpr, M. A. Hock, Ilarker Cunningham, R, W. Uurgess, K. L. Hni'cross, L. C. Huckeba, J. M. Colllson, M. E. Anrtress, Everett Tliornburg, F. D. Conaway. Netv Officers in Posts at Sunday School, Delano >__ . , ,3 DELANO, Jan. 14.—Officer* of the Community church have already taken their places In the work of the organization, Homer Kyte elected superintendent; Robert H. Hlett, Jr., assistant superintendent; Ora Maupln, secretary; Carl Haag, librarian, and Will I. Allen, treasurer. The superintendent and assistant superintendent, with the pastor, have held several meetings with the committee on religious education of the church In planning the activities of the school. A meeting of this Committee was held on Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Robert H. Hlett, Jr., west of town. Present were Mesdnmes Carl Haag, John 0, Shine and Robert Hlett, Jr., Messrs, W. C. Eddy, Homer Kyte and Robert H. Hlett, Jr. TUFF It OF P. Hll I t SUNDAY SERVICES IN LOCAL CHURCHES -* St. Paul's Church (Episcopal) Corner Seventeenth and 1 Streets The Rev. William E. Patrick, Rector Second Sunday after the Epiphany, services as follows: 8 a. m., holy communion; St. Margaret's Guild, corporate communion; 9:46 a. m,, church school; 11 n. in., ante-communion, litany and sermon- by tho Rev. William E. Patrick. Meetings next week: Tuesday at C p. m., special meeting of rector, wardens and vestrymen; Wednesday at 1 p. m., St. Paul's Guild; Wednesday at G o'clock, supper served by St. Paul's Guild to tho Camp Fire Council; on Thursday at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. P. T. Neatc, president of tho Service League, bridge dessert; Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., choir rehearsal; Friday at 4 p. m., candidates of the Girls' Friendly Society; Friday at 6 o'clock, in the Guild hall, supper meeting of the officers and teachsrs of the churcri school. "666, Who Is It? What Is the Mark of the Beast?" "And he causeth all, both small, and great, rich and poor, free and bond to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads. And that no man might buy or sell save he that had the mark." Rev. 13:15-18. Is it the Union Label, or the Ku Klux K Ian—what is it? Big Lecture Sunday, January 15, 7:30 The Boothby-Spillman Tabernacle Corner Chester Avenue and Eighth Street Big Choir and Other Mdslc. Seats Free. Meetings Every Night Next Week Except Monday and Saturday First Christian Church | Sixteenth'and I Streets I Charles H. Hulme, Minister Blblti school at 8:46 a. ni.; "99" class for men tit 9:30 a. m. Great class (or adult women taught by Mrs. Hulme. Jjeave little children In kindergarten tind attend. Morning Berinon at 10:45 o'clock. Subject, "Spiritual Food for Spiritual Natures." Six Christian Endeavor societies at 0:30 p. m. Evening sermon at 7:30 o'clo'ck. Subjcc*, "The Apostle's Question: Lord, Is It I?" Special music by choir and orchestra. First Methodist Epiacopil | Truxtun Avenue From O to H Dr. Fletcher Guard Watson, Pastor Sunday school. 9:40 a. in.; morning service, 11 o'clock. Doctor E. Guy Talbot, noted preacher and writer, will bring the morning message on the theme, "The ChrlBtlan Patch to Peace." Evening Bervlco, D o'clock. The Vesper services, will be In charge of the young people. Miss Helen Hanson, Kern County Alliance presidont, will tell of the plans for the district convention. Mr. Jesse dray's Comrade Club will present piirt of their ritual. Mr. Banks will speak on "Young Peoples Work of the Church." Throe Epworth Leagues meet at 6:30 p. m. The midweek meeting will be the third of the series being conducted by Miss Laura Soper. Mr. Jaggard, Mr. Farls and Mrs. Slomon will present discussions. Calvary Baptist Church Corner of Kern mid Nlles Streets Evangelist Albert T. Douglass, Acting Supply Pastor • Sunday school from 9:4G to 10:45 a. m. H. E. Gregor, superintendent. Come with the children. Morning service, 11 o'clock. William G. Evans, long-time missionary to Burma., under the appointment of the Northern Baptist Convention, will speak. AH B. Y. P. U.s nie«t In their respective departments at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Allene Bryan of New York, baptizing at the close of the service. First Naiarene Church Fourth Street and Chester Avenue S. H. Erwln, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; morning service. 11 o'plock. Dr. J. B. Chapman. D.D., general superintendent of the c-hureh wlU preach morning and evening hours of worship. Evening service, 7:SO o'clock. Doctor Chapman (luring 10.12, made iP. missionary tour of Mexico, Central and South America, Africa and tho orient. He will relate many things of Interest of his tour. The senior N. Y. P. 3. meets at,6:80 p. m. Midweek prayer service, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Full Goepel Tabernacl* Seventeenth and o Streets Charles Wesley Ople, Pastor Sunday school, «;4S a. m.: mornfnir service, n o'clock. Text, Devotional service. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Text, Evangelistic serlvces. The Christ Ambassadors will hold their KM-vlce in the evening at 0:30 o'clock. The Junior Christ Ambassadors will meet at 8:30 o'clock. Spiritual Sclencs 1204 Baker Street, "Rant Bnkerpfleld, Repond Door North of Monterey Tlev, Josephine Edwards, Pastor Evening service. 7:48 o'clock: al«o 3:SO p. m. Topic, "Lead. Kindly LlKht." Meetings Tuesday and Thursday. 7:45 p. m First Presbyterian Church Corner Seventeenth and H Streets Rev. John Murdoch, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Theme for the month of January, "Service," Morning service, 11 o'clock. Text, Proverbs 25:2. Theme, "Divine Secrets." Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Text, John 1:14. Theme, "The Word Made Flesh." Christian Endeavor meetings at 6:30 p. m. World's Friendship Class at 6:3U p. in. The Council of Religious Education will meet In the First Baptist church Monday evening, preceded by a dinner at 6:30. Claude Johnson will be tho speaker of the evening. Midweek service at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Nlles and King Streets Ernest Bird soil Colo, Pastor ' Bible school «t 9:45 a. m., with all departments organized anil classes for all. At 11 o'clock the pastor will preach on "The Rule for diving." The cvc- nlnff services begin at, with Kp. worth League services for all youths and young people. At 7:30, the pastor will preach on "Christian Stewardship." Special music at ,both services. First Congregational Church Seventeenth nnd O Streets Rev. A. S. Domtt, I'antor Sunday school for all HKKH begins at. 9:30 a. in. The Friendship class for adultx, meets ut 10 o'clock, led by M. F. Wllcox. Tho morning' service at 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Th* Intolerance." Young 1 people's mooting, the Argonauts, at 6i30 p. m. Reports of conference by Mildred Stockton, Alberta Parker, Ilachel Morton, Nevada Gardner and Mrs. M. S. Sage. Evening service :it 7:30 o'clock. Very special: Dr. E. Guy Tulliott, a traveler, writer and lecturer, will upouk on "The World Brotherhood" Friday, January L'O, tho annual banquet and meeting of the rhurcb, to which members and friends are Invited. St. John's Lutheran Church Corner of Twentieth and C Streets Louis L. Kuoffner, Pastor Sunday school and adult Bible class, 9:46 R. m. All meet In' the church hall on C street, between Nineteenth ami Twentieth. Classes for all grades. Bible class taught by the pastor. Divine services nt 10:30 «. m. Unity Truth Center Delhi Shutts, Leader 1G69V4 Chester Avenue. Phono 4514 Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Subject, "Friendship." Bvonintr healing service,. R o'clock. Lessons In Truth, Monday, 8 p. m. Business clinic, Wednesday, 8 p. m. Dally meditation, "Spiritual Hookup," 1 to 1:15 p. m. Center open from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. First Baptist Church Truxtun Avenue, Between L and M Streets Rev. Frank O. Belden, Pastor Sunday school, 9:40 a. in. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Address by the Rev. W. Griffith Evans, missionary from Moulmeln, Burma. Evening worship, 7:39 o'clock. Topic, "Things That Hinder." The anthem for the morning service will l>e "Tho Lord Is My Shepherd," by MaoFarren. The solo, "Dwell In My Heart." by Wiinsbor- ough, will bo suns by Ml«s Mary Sullivan. At tho evening soi-vlco tho choir will sing tha unthem, "O Lord My God," by Malau, and Leroy Gates will slnft a solo, "Now the Day Is Over," by Barnby. First Church of Christ, Scientist T)f Bakersfleld. branch of The Mother Church. Thn FlrHt Church of Christ, Scientist, 'In Boston, Museuchu- settB. at Eighteenth and C streets: Sunday services at 11 a. m. nnd at 8 p. m.: Sunday School ut 9:30 a. in.; Wednesday evening meeting at fi p. m. Tho Reading Room, located at 32i Brower buildlncr, IB open from 10 a. in. to 4 p. m. and from 7 to 9 p. m. dally, except Sundays. Wednesdays and holidays, and' on Wednesdays frorri 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. On holidays from 2 to 4 p. m. Tho subject for Sunday's Bible Lesson is "Life." Taft De Molays to Install Tonight TAFT, Jan. 14.— Tnft Chapter, Order of Do Molays, will hold annual Installation of officers this evening in the Masonic teniplo at 8 o'clock. Tho Insunlllng officers lire: Paynn Lockhnrt, past muster councilor and prominent valley louder In tho De Mo- Inys, installing officers: John Mulford, .»enlor councilor: Allen Abriuns, Junlnr councilor; Marlon Houston, marshal; Herbert Evans, senior deacon; Hnr- mon IVahl, past master councilor, as chaplain. Tho officers to bo Installed are, Giirlyn nnsham, muster councilor; Harold Knfahl, senior councilor; Harold Piilmt-r, Junior councilor; Don Purtney, senior deacon; Jack Jones, junior dcucon: liny McAdnm and Lylo Stumbangh, stewards; Marshall Lott, jorntor; Wolvllle Enstwood, ncrlbo; Vir- pll Muddy, treasurer; Karl Schroeder, sentinel ; Earl Kmlth, chaplain: Douglas Kanode. niitrsbal; Jim McConnlck, standard benror; Fred Strlcklor, almoner; If. Hiifhiun, Krt Malady, Sam Brandt, Bill Titlmmlge, Stanley Christian, Bennlo Dlensteln and Floyd C'ooley, preceptors. TAFT, Jan. 14.—Tnft Lodge. No. 300 Knights of Pythlns met Thursday evening at Cnstlo hnll In Ford City at. which tlmo considerable business of Importance was transacted. At this meeting plans wero dlscusaed for the joint Installation of tho officers of the KnlghtR of Pythias and Pythian Sisters which will be held at tho lioplou hall Thursday evening, January 27, this nffnlr will bo open to Knights of Pythias, Pythian Sisters nnd Invited ffuests. Aftf>r tho Installation, refresh mentH- will bo served, and those who care to may enjoy dancing. Tho following officers for Tnft Lodge No. 300 have been elected for tho enduing year: W. W. Talmadgo, chancellor commandor; T. L. Podon, vice-chancellor; William B. Calvert, prolate; Jess Bnrleson, mas- ter-at-nrmst; Fred Garner. Inner guard; Albert Cooper, outer guard; R. A. Wood, mnstcr of work: Harry ITttrnor, keeper of record*) and fionl; M. K, Fletcher, mnHtfr of flnnnco; D. T. Cool, master of exchequer; 13, O. Dnum, Rmll riatho and F. T. Willis, trustees. \fter tho mooting the members were entertained by th<> Dokoy quartette nnd it vory Interesting talk was given by J. A. Unwell a visiting knight on the subject "Tho Sclonoo of Identification" after which refreshments wero served. TOPICJR CLUB Jess Stockton Is Speaker for Delano Exchange Luncheon Meet DELANO, Jan. 14.—Jess Stockton, of HakersfleUl, teacher of history In the Kern County Union High School, was the speaker at the weekly luncheon of tho local Exchange Club, held at tho Hotel Kern. Mr. Stockton spoke particularly of tho coming of the railroads Into the southern San Joafiuln valley. He told of tho two routes which were laid out and that the one used today Is the one which was surveyed In 18B3 by Surveyor Williamson. Ho told of the ancient water holes, of the early trappers, the difficulties which tho marshy lands presented to the early Spanish settlers who sought to colonize here, nnd of the fevers nnd other maladies which the swamps brought to the settlers. He also spoko of tho difficulty the early settlers found In crossing from one side of tho valley to the other. On tho east side of tho valley wore tho many rivers, while on tho west sldo wero the marshy lands. They had either to cross at tho grapevine or., go north to San Francisco. It wa* brought out In the discussion that • there Is a two-ton anchor at Tulare which was brought there on a boat from San Francisco which got stranded. Mr. Stpckton showed the original maps which were presented to the> Thirty-third Congress. Judxe Elmer E. Lobro was taken In as a member of tho club, and District Governor Tom Wlngate, of Bak- ersfteld,. gave him the Exchange covenant of service. Out of town guests were Tom Wingate, Herbert Sears, Charles Baer, Nat Hudson and Claud Johnson, all of Bakersfleld. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS FRTJITVALK. Jan. 14.— Tho Fora- lone Bridge Club was entertained Thursday night at the RoHudJVlo homo of MlBH Juno Honfro. Marglo Chiin- ler received first prize for high score, while Georgia Cowan Was awarded the consolation prize. Delightful refreshments were serve'd. Thouo present were Margaret Nlckelson, Margie Chanter, Georgia Cowan, June Renfro, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Renfro and Mr«. IT. Prlddy. Arvin Farm Women Meet at Hill Home ARVIN, Jan. 14.—The Arvln Fnrm Home Department mid with Mrs. Thomns Hill on Thursday for an all- dn.v session. Footstools started at a previous, meeting wuru completed In tho morning. A potluck luncheon was servod nt noon. A short business moetlnc was followed by a talk by Mlsn Lllllun Ilrlnkman, homo demonstrator. In which many sufrKcstlonn were made for ninklng gannonts. Measurements were taken and checked with p'atlornn, and all plans completed for the Bowing school to be held In February. ThOBo nitondjng from Bakersfleld were Mrs. Fred Dull, Mrs. Henry Bnnesteel and Miss Lillian Brlnkman. From Arvln were Mesdames Wnlter Housh, M. C. Snyar, Ralph .Stockton, Qulnn .Stuart, JIarry Wldmor, W. T. Mnkln, Thomas Hill, Allison Peok, O. W. Jlntllff, J. L. Kmilter, W. P. Nance, and Mrs. T. L. Hill of Santa Ana. Keep Health Chart in Fruitvale School FRUITVALTC, Jan. 14.— Students of tho upper grades of Fruitvale school have been keeping a. "health chart," which shows the results of the Instruction received In tho care of teeth, hands, face and fingernails. Florence Hlghtower, "secretary of health," has Just announced that the following have received stars denot- Inc mnrlted tmprovedent: Resales Dcnhnm, Ruth Llesch, Ruby Royce, Jewell Orton, Florence Hlghtower, Ruby Wcston, Lucille .Stnncllff, -Elea- nolr Stanford, A T lrglnia Brace, Merlin Champlln, Victor Heler, Chester Iloyce, Allan Ball and Eugene- Griffin. MRS. MEEHAN HOSTESS DELANO, Jun. 14.— Mrs. Thomna L. Mochnn was to members of tho Entre Nous Club on Thursday afternoon at her Lexington street home. Guests wore bidden for two tables of bridge and miore honors went to Mrs. George Eggleston for high score. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Knjoying the afternoon were Mes- rtiinies LirVronce 73. Abbey, Arthur FayU-. Hnrold Olson, Dale Parker, Frank Parry, Harry PnuMen, George Kgglpstnn, W. R. Woollomes and tha hostess. hATIFY LAME DUCK BILL PHOKNIX, Ariz., Jan. 14. (U. P.J— The Senate of the Arizona Legislature today unanimously passed tho "Lame Puck" amendment to the federal constitution to place Arizona on record as tho twenty-first stiite to sanction the measure. Tho amendment eliminates tho short session of Congress and changes the Inaugural date for the President, and the vice-president. _ Trinity Spiritualist Church Woodman Building Basement Rev. Mary Crlswell Kralce, Pastor Sunday evening service only, 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "The Great Commandment." Murk 12:28-37. Messages free to nil from articles and flowers. Special Isntrumental music. Church of Christ G, and Twentieth Streets U. R. Forrest.. Minister Sunday school, 0:45 a. m.; morning service, 11 o'clock. Subject, "Acceptable Worship." Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Subject. "The Supreme Question." • Anglo-Saxon F*d«r«tlon of America f Undenominational) 306 F Street Rev. Philip E. J. Monson, Blblo Expositor mid Lecturer Hubjeet, "America's Tremendous Responsibility as Israel," her acceptance of Gospel of the Kingdom and restoration of righteousness. Free Illhle study elassSH every Tuesday evening nt 7:30 o'cloi-k. Anglo-Huxon nations In prophecy, Bible study by mall. REDUCED PRICES on PLATES Quick Service Office Over Klmball & Ston« Nineteenth and Chester DR. GOODNIGHT CMART WOMEN ^ ARE LOOKING TO THEIR KNITTING ART DEPT. Second Floor —and Getting a Big Thrill Out of Making Their Own BLOUSES, SWEATERS, SCARFS, BERETS, SUITS, AFGHANS More and more women are learning how to make chic sport things—are turning to their knitting needles to put their leisure time to producing clever hand-made things to wear—and Brock's is ready with all kinds of yarns in bright colors to help them. MRS. L. BROWN of L. A. Instructor in Knitting, Crocheting, Etc., Will Be With Us on Monday We are glad Mrs. Brown is coming to spend two weeks with us, beginning Monday. She is an expert at knitting and crocheting and will be pleased to give you i'ree instruction. Take advantage of her visit. MALCOLM BROCK CO. KIRN COWTV'J PROGRE/JIVE HOPE • BAKER/FILLD

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