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THE BAKEUSF1ELD CALIFORNIA^, MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1933 . ItffiLVM .,|JPWBI COMMUNITY NEWS NOTED Al Yearly Report Shows Rapid Increase of Service During 1932 DRI.ANO. .Inn. 16.—Compilation of figures for the year ending December 31, 1!132, by Miss Anna Sue Hughes, librarian of the Delano branch, shows a gain of 12 per cent In books loaned, over 1931. The total number loaned during the year was 3l.fi25, or 4227 more than In 1931. Of the books circulated 4B per cent vere fiction; 13 per cent nonfictlon; 37 per cent children's books and 5 per cent magazines, pamphlets and pictures. The increase of use In nil types of reading was proportionate, with tho exception of the magazine?, of which a much larger number were loaned In 1932. The reading room and reference service were used by 6311 people, and' represented B 10 per cent gain over the previous year. New readers totaled 774 bringing the total number of those holding cards to 2133. Of this number 820 are children. Use. of the library for reference purposes increased 30 per cent when 404 questions were answered by material on the library shelves. Books reserved totaled 371, and 4S4 books were obtained from the main library in response to special requests. The California State Library at Sacramento loaned the local branch 75 books In »nswer to requests sent them for special material. Books loaned. 31,525: average monthly loans, 2027: average dally Joans, 110; reading room users, 6511; nvernge monthly users. 543; average dally users, 23; reference questions nnswered, 404; books reserved, 371; | books obtained on special requests, 4S4; new readers, 774; total readers December 31, 1932, 2133; new books received, 1403: fines collected, $62.59; open. 28S. ! Lion Bites Dust j After Long Trek | in Round Meadow | KERNVILLE, Jan. 16.—J. C. Howe, local professional lion hunter, has just returned from Round Meadows, where he succeeded In bagging one of the elusive animals. This is the first mountain lion Mr, Howe has killed this year, as against five taken In the early part of last year, He says weather conditions have not been sufficiently severe to cause the beasts to seek the lower mountains. The lion taken was at an elevation of approximately 9000 feet. A few have strayed lower, as evidenced by one now ranging near Kernvllle. INSTALL LEADERS OF KERNVILLE. Jan. 16.—Tho Installing teams of the T. O. O. F, and Rebekah fraternal orders, composed entirely of Kernvlllo members, journeyed to Bakersflcld Friday evening where they installed and seated officers of two lodges of the Odd Follows and one for tho Rebekahs. Those comprising tho I. O. O. F. team are: Messrs. O. C. Bangsberg, John Potter, Ed Kewln, Ross Trumbull, O. L. Dally, Jack Chrlstensen and Gnbe Chavez. The Rcbekah's team are: Mesdames Ella James. Clara Tlmmons, Edith P. Bechtel, O. C. Bangsberg, R. J. Trumbull. Ed Kewln and Gnbe Chavez. * * * Economics Group Plans Future Work • PLAN 10 0. El LEADER Bucnu Vista Chapter Names Committee to .Assist Taft Function DELANO CHARITY PLAY AIDS WELFARE PLANS FELLOWS, Jon. 16.—Buena Vista Chapter No. 364, O. EJ. S., mot Friday evening, with Mrs. Irene Bennett, worthy. matron, and J. A, Hylton, worthy patron, presiding In the east. Plans for assisting In the entertaining of the worthy grand matron In Taft on tho evening of January 24, were completed. Mesdames Mary Anderson, Daisy Carr, Emma Morris, Christen Peterson and Irene Bennett were appointed on the decorating committee. Tho worthy matron announced that the official visit of tho deputy grand matron, Mrs. Grace Jones of Marl- copa, would be made on tho evening of March 10. Announcement was made that Mrs., Clara Brand, president of the. Aromo Club, Is planning a jitney dinner for Saturday evening, January 28, at tho Masonic temple. On February 11 the Areme Club will give a bridge luncheon with Mrs. O. A. Taber as chairman. Refreshments were served in tho banquet room, with Mesdames Clara Brand, Irene Bennett and Mary An.- derson, and Miss Eva Brand as hostesses. D ET.iA.NO, Jan. 18.—The "Charity Wedding" given here on Friday night under the auspices of the Delano Chamber of Commerce was an outstanding success not only for the large and enthusiastic audience which attended, but also from the * point of view of a splendidly produced pantomime. The girls' glee club of the high school opened tlio program with n chorus, "The Wedding of the Painted Doll." Miss Dorothy Brunner accompanied at the piano. Miss Ruth Pipkin portrayed the "Painted Doll, Bride," and Alma Pace wns the Painted Doll's groom, and Miss Paulino Church the minister. Dr. William B. Smith, an announcer, gave the prologue. Lawrence Abbey gave .the story through the micro- phono. As the bride, Frank A. Sinks was charming In a pink silk gown with ji long lace veil and carrying n head of cauliflower. John M. Haberfelde was the bride's father, and gave the bride away. A. Bronsteln was the bridegroom, attended by George W, Mc- Cllntlck as best man. David L. Shlfflet was the ring bearer. Flower girls were L. J. Keuntzel, J. K. Hamilton and L. Mc- Farlanc. J. B. Swan impersonated the bride's mother, and bridesmaids were, Frank Perry, Walter Ouffey, Clark J. Evans, William Shewcraft, Dale I: Parker, Arthur Faylo and Charles Thomas. Minister, M. E. Benton. Others who took part were J. O.' Shine, widower; his son, Harold J. Olson; mayor, L. E. Pryor; his wife, Steven D. Nlll; village gossips, C. J. Roupe and Leslie Adams. Ushers, Walter S. Allen and O. A. Stone; soloist, Alex Braes; jilted sweetheart, Doctor Thomas L. Meehan; old flame, J. E. Pettljohn; Important woman, Bernard F. Richardson; counollmen, L. P. Lake, Frank Dibble, Leonard Fayle, Roy Shleppey and Albert. H. Knowles; photographer, Harry Morris; rich relatives, Harry R. De Venney, Roy Boone and Neal Woodward; poor relatives, A. A. Green, Emll Smith and H. M. Schnlwltz; reporter, William Taylor; rich uncle, B. A. Roberts; village beau, A. Throckmorton; groom's family, George Eggleston nnd Faye Swan; rowdy boys, Sam Valente, Emmett Henley and Ernest Borel. While the cast was dressing William C. Eddy entertained with an Impromptu speech. Music was furnished by an orchestra of three pieces which Included plnno, Miss Dorothy Brunner, violin, William Hallock and trombone, Gus Forsblad. City Attorney Oran Palmer was manager of the affair, and Miss Catherine Couzens directed. O. A. Clasen had charge of the cast, and Frank Hoopees was doorkeeper. Incomplete returns Indicate that J150 will be realized from the program. This will be placed In the local welfare fund. YULETIDE ACTIVITIES REVIEWED BY GROUP McFARLAND, Jan. 16.—Miss Betty SPLENDID GROWTH IS ENJOYED BY MOUNTAIN DAIRY PROJECT BY P. I. A. Midway School Group Holds Active Session; Books Are Presented FELLOWS, Jan. 1C.—The regular meeting of the Midway P. T. A. won held Thursday evening In the school auditorium with Mrs. Ella Klnnebrew presiding. The meeting opened with the rending of the P. T. A. prayer by Mrs. Myrtle Casley, vice-president. The pledge of allegiance was led by Betty Jean Casley. Mrs. T. ID. Barnes read the treasurer's report due to the absence of Mrs. Verna. Anderson. It was announced that a turkey dinner will be given by the P. T. A. Tuesday evening, January 17, In the school cafeteria, from 6 until 8 o'clock; adults, 50 cents; children under 12 years, 25 cents. Mrs. Jane W. Kofahl, past president of the local unit, wns named delegate to attend the West Side Council. A set of books, "Stoddard's Lectures," was presented to Midway School by the local P. T. A. Numbers on the program were: Reading, "Thrift." by Mrs. T. E. Barnes, thrift chairman of the Seventh district; piano duet, Betty Jean Casley and Mrs. George Wagner: two accordion selections by James Murray, Sr.; two violin solos by O. F. Kotlck, with Mrs. Kotlck piano. accompanist at the <*>- Mrs. Kyte to Be Next Hostess of Literary Group RICHQROVE, Jan. 16.-—The regular meeting of the Neighborhood Literary Club will not be held at the W. C. Holland 1 home as scheduled . In the year book, but has been changed to the John M. Kyte home. The meeting falls on Thursday afternoon and begins at 2:30. Mrs. Paul Driver will preside at the business session. Mrs. Kyte will also be the leader of the program hour, and the subject will be, "Florence Nightingale and Early Hospital, Work." Several members will assist her in the presentation of the subject. Assisting Mrs. Kyte as hostesses will be Mesdames Carrie Ratcliffe and Nina Powell, GIRL ATHLETES CLOSE MoFARLAND, Jan. 16.—Plans for j Richardson, president of the Honor meetings which will be held during the | Society, presided over a. recent meet- rest of tho school year were the topic i ing held at the homo economics rooms for discussion at a meeting held re- ' " ._...,. .. cently by the Home Economics Club of tho local high school when they met Deuel Is Speaker • at Rio Bravo Meet RIO BRAVO, Jan. 16.—J. J. Duel, i-halrman of the state law and utilities department, was the speaker nt llie regular meeting of the Rio Bravo Kami Center Thursday evening Jit the local schoolhouse. The following committee reports were given: Hogs. C. A. Merrill; hay, Roy B. Newman: dairy, F. J. Schlerlmann; agricultural improvement, Walter E. Haag; and home department. Mrs. Fay Martin. The program consisted of musical selections by Whiting Martin and Herbert Lane, and a play by the Junior college dramatic class. Those In the cast were Miss Beatrice Allen, Miss Lurille Jennings, Richard- Brothers, nml John Twaddle, all of Bakersfield. Refreshments were served. at Z. the home of their adviser, L. Williamson. Mrs. After the business session games were played and the hostess served refreshments. Enjoying the affair with Mrs. Williamson were Vernal Perrin, Mamie and Hazel Kirkpatrlck, Lura Lackey, Margie Calkins, Kolet;i Osborn, Ruby Cbavors, Geraldine Gos- siipre. Corlne Huff. Doris Garzoli, Frances Albright, Anna Stelnbcrger, Klla Mne Hnrl, Myrtle Moomaw and Kathryn Davis. OPEN CAFE ON HIGHWAY McFARLAND, Jan. IB.— Mr. and Mrs. D. B. LoGMlee of Fresno havo opened the Good Fellows cafe, on the Golden State Highway at McFarland. They have leased the place from Pike £• Pike, and will serve first class meals. Mr, and Mrs. LcGalleo and their small daughter, Josephine Helen, will he at home at the 1'lko rooming house. of the high school at which the success of the Christmas activities was discussed. Plans were made for the same activities next year. A social hour was enjoyed and program numbers were given by Betty Richardson and Peggy Danner. Members of the society and guests attending Included Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Janes, Mr. and Mrs! U. C. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Webb, Miss Marie C. Lurenzo, Peggy Danner. Violet Roome, Mary Shlck, Frances Grober, Wayne and Woodrow Wlmberley, Frank Hancock, Melva Meehan, Mary Thompson, Paullta. Lindley, Betty Richardson. Earl Higglnbotham, Owanda Dlxon and Ralph Snick. ENJOYS HOLIDAYS DELANO, Jan. 16. — Mrs. Uutli Frank of Portervillo, head nurse at Delano Hospital, enjoyed a much needed holiday on Saturday, being off duty for 24 hours. With friends she motored to Sequoia National Park. K ERNVILLE, Jan. 16.—In this high mountain section of Kern county, far removed from broad valleys and railroad facilities, is to be found a thoroughly modern dairy ranch supplying fresh milk twice daily to the scattered inhabitants of an area embracing hundreds of square miles. The Rivcrnook Dairy ranch, the property of Johnnie Diltz, situated on the Kern river five miles north of Kernvllle, has been one of steady growth and improvement since launched by Mr. Diltz eight years ago. Starting at that time with nine head of rather nondescript cows, the ranch now,, supports 40 head of dairy stock, mostjly of the Guernsey strain. These cattle have the advantage of an open mountain range practically nine months of the year, giving to them a natural food and a healthful condition. The herd was recently Inspected by state and federal officials, who reported the stock to bo in perfect health. At this time milk Is being taken from 24 cows, producing approximately BO gallons of grade A milk dally, which Is distributed by truck and stage to Edison KR3, Kernvllle, Isabella, Bodfish, Hobo Hot Springs, and to Individuals. In addition to the standard dairy equipment in use Mr. Diltz is now installing a Stewart ammonia plant, producing a ton and a half of Ice dally. Being built along with this plant Is n cold storage warehouse. A ENJOY "DEPRESSION" PARTY AT McFARLAND LEGION HALL WILL MEETTHURSDAY KERNVILLE, Jan. 16.—Considering the conflict of dates In the meet- Ings of the Kernvllle Lodge of Re- bekahs and the Woman's Aid Society of tho Methodist church, the latter organization now assemble on Thursdays Instead of Fridays. The Woman's Aid met in one of Mrs. Bechtel's cottages last Thursday for a business meeting. Various affairs were brought up to date, and plans perfected for a silver tea luncheon at a future meeting, the Innovation to bo first given at the gather- Ing on February 16. Following the completion of business two-unit De Laval magnetic milking affairs social matters were discussed, machine is In use, as is also a steam Those attending were: Mrs. Edith sterilizing plant. Bechtel and Mrs. Flossie Hand, joint hostesses; Mesdames Roy C. Mason, Ed A. Mariott, Charlotte Pettypool, Gabe Chavez, Lucille Pascoe, Dollye Fisher and Edith Gibson. *-•-» McFARLAND, Jan. 16. —The Girls' Athletic Association will close their hockey season Wednesday afternoon when the Freshman-Junior team meets the Sophomore Senior team at. the local grounds. Tho first game of the set was played Thursday, January 5, with tho Freshman-Junior team winning. The second game was played Friday, January 13, with Miss Cozzens from Delano as referee. The score was reversed, with 1-0 In favor of the Sophomore-Senior team. A great deal of enthusiasm has been shown for tho sports and the final game is being looked forward to with much pleasure, according to their instructor, Miss Ann Harder. Tho lineup for tho Sophomore-Senior team Is: Ruby Chavers, center forward; Florence Hubbard, right ond; Francos Grober, left end: Mary i Shick, right 1 wing: Alice Danner, loft i wing; Phyllis Tlondry, center half- j She returned to duty inp. Sunday morn- M cFARLAND, Iran Legion REAL THRILL IN "SKYRIDING!" Come in and See Out Verified Station Log Things Arc Exciting in Ihe Short Wave Broadcasts Police Cars Man Hunting . . . Descriptions of Holdup Men . . . Airplanes Landed in Extreme Weather . . . Transoceanic Pbone Calls . . , Ships nt Sea (voice, not ooclfl) , . , Foreign Broadcasts and of Course All of the Fine Pro. grams on the Regular Wave Lengths. The new Atwater Kent shown above operates with 10 tubes on the long waves and 10 tubes on thf short waves has every known radio improvement. $109.75 Complete Knsy Terms. Liberal Trade-in on Your Old Radio WITHAM & BOOTH Radio Sales and Service Fox Theater Building 3015 H Straat Jan. 16.—The Amer- clubrooms were the scene of an attractive setting Friday night when tho members of the Woman's Club sponsored a "depression" card party. The club was attractively decorated with bunches of vegetables, j including beets, carrots and turnips. j Both bridge and five hundred were played and prizes were given for high score. The first, prize for bridge for ladies caused much amusement, It being a box of groceries, which had been wrapped In bright-colored paper. This prize was won by Miss Edna Lewis, and high score for men was won by R. Kern. High score prize for 500 was won by Paul Lindley and the draw prizes went to Miss Eleanor MacDonald and Mrs. O. C. Crockett. Refreshments were served at the card tables which were covered with luncheon cloths made from newspapers and decorated with hearts, spades, clubs and diamonds. The committee in charge of the affair Included Mrs. A. J. Peterson, Mrs. Roy Jumper and Mrs. R. J. Hodson. FELLOWS FELLOWS, Jan. 16.—P. A. Llppert of the North American lease, had the misfortune to have his right foot crushed while at work last Wednesday, but is getting along nicely. Helen, Barbara and Marjorle Bennett have been confined to the family home by Illness. Mr. and Mrs. John Llppert of Inglewood, are enjoying a few clays' visit with the former's brothers and families, P. A. Llppcrt of the North American, and H. J. Llppert of Fellows. WASCO DELANO SHAFTER SHAFTEK, Jan. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. F. !•', Latta and children drove to Tu- l:iro Friday afternoon where Mr. Latta conducts a class each Friday evening. Ray Neufeld, Perry Potter, "Dobe" Graves, Tom Hammer, Holph Janzon, Gerald Martin, Joo Engle and Murray Arnold went, to Wasco Friday, Murray Arnold addressed the student body for the purpose of soliciting sales on tickets for the coming Wasco-Shafter same. " STAINLESS ^^ Same formula . . same price. In original form, too, if you prefer for COLDS OVERW MILLION MRS USlpyEARLY IF a 's lost a Want Ad IN WILL FIND IT WASCO, Jan. 16.—August Sousie has returned from Lodi where he was called to attend the funeral of his brother Edwin Sousie. Mrs. L. T. Larson is able to be about again after being confined to her bed for several days with the flu. Joe Faust who has been farming the John Schroeder place for the past three years, has leased a place in the Maple district, where he has moved Is family. Mr. Schroeder will farm Is own place this year. Mr. and Mrs. John Jameson and aughters Faye and Janet, have left or Arkansas where they will make iclr home. Mr. and Mrs. Jameson ave been employed oy W. G. Ulery or the past year. They were accom- anled to their future homo by their on-in-law and daughter, who expect o return soon. Mr. und Mrs. Joo Altrlnger were re- ent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. '. L. Patterson of Lost Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Penner recently re- eived a very interesting letter from heir daughter and son-in-law, Mr. nd Mrs. Harold Coen, who left here arly last summer en route for Nigeria, t frica, to enter missionary work, ''hey were spending a few days on the taderiu islands when they wrote tho otter. Ed Panter and family have moved o the William Efland place south of Vasco. Mr. and Mrs. IT. G. Hull have been n Los Angeles for tne past few days. Mrs. William Vogel, who has been n Olendale under medical care for the past two weeks, will he home soon. Mrs. L. K Pltzer Is spending sev- ral days visiting friends In Los Angeles. While there she will spend some time with her son Ray who was recently Injured by a falling roc-k. Mrs. William Cook Is home after spending several days with her daughter In Fresno. DELANO, Jan. 16.—Miss Mattie Barnett Is spending several days in Bakersfield with her niece, Mrs. Carl Montgomery, assisting with the care of Martha Jeanu Montgomery who is 111 with a severe cola. Walter Scott has returned to his home here after several weeks In a Bakersfield hospital, where he under- wont a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith entertained as their Friday night dinner Ktiests, Mrs. Minnie Oriswotd and her daughters Misses Grace, Lyda and Nettie Grlswold. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Barker are entertaining Mrs. Barker's aunt, Mrs. J. Berry of Stockton. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hale, and their three daughters of Portcrville were recent guests here of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Abbey. Mr. and Mrs. Hale are former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Slemmens of Shafter were Friday afternoon business visitors In town. Muricopa Congregation lias Annual Session for Coming Yeaf- • MAH1COPA, Jan. IB.— Members of the First Congregational Church of Marlcopa hold their annual meeting recently in the church hall. Preceding tho business meeting a dinner was given to the members, their families and friends. The meeting was presided over by Reverend F. L. Benedict. Miss Florence Dutton, superintendent of the. Junior Christian Endeavor, ga.vo a report of the activities and plans for that unit of the church during tho past year. Mrs. J. B. Rush presented the report for the Ladles' Aid Society. A resume of the work of the Sunday school was given by Mrs. Ida Newman, secretary, and the financial report was read by Edna Rush, treasurer. ' The reports for the church were given by Ida Newman, clerk; Mrs. R. II. Sears, treasurer; Mrs. E. E. Ballagh, deaconess. All the financial reports showed that the various departments of thn church were in a good condition, with all bills paid and small balances In the treasury. The following officers were elect rd to serve during the year: Mrs? Ida Newman, deaconess; Mrs. E. H. Sears, treasurer: R. L. Epply, R. Patterson and E. H. Sears, trustees; Rev. F. L. Benedict, superintendent of Sunday School, and Mrs. J. B. Hush, assistant superintendent. Eleanor Patterson was elected pianist for the church. SCENE OF ENJOYABLE PARTY back: Margie Calkins, right halfback; Lucille Huddleston and Gladys Holmes, left halfback; TColotn Osborn, right fullback; Tholma Moore, loft fullback: Betty Richardson, goal guard. Tho Freshman-Junior linrup Is': Pr.ullne Crockett, center forward: Bonnie McGee. right end: Ger- aldlne Gossage, Irft end: Virginia Wlrt, right wing: Ownnda Dixon, loft wing; Avapnlo Trogd«?M, renter halfback: Kathleen Alexander, right halfback; Joan Klrhardson and Vernal Pen-In, Irft halfback: Doris Garzoll. ripht fullback: Gladys Peterson, left fullback; Myrtle Moomaw, goal guard. FRUITVALE KKRNVILLK, Jan. 1C —An enjoy- nble social affnir was helfl nt. the borne of Mr. and' Mrs. Wlllliim Kis- snok in the South Fork, Friday eve-' tiluiur. The principal diversion of tin- evening was games, followed by bos luiH'h refreshments. Mr. mid .Mrs. Kissack did "the honors as host and hostos.s, und bad a* their guests Mrs. James Kobi-rtson. H. C. Tracy, Miss Kvelyn Robertson Mrs. T. s. Smith, Hilly Kissack. .lames Klssac-k, Mrs. Stanley Smith, Henry Hand, Miss Grace Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander, Mrs. William Kncale and Jim Alexander. j all of Onyx and Weldon, and tho Kev. f f> ] Roy C. Mason and Fred Burke of Kernvllle. » * <4, RIO BRAVO FRUITVALE. Jan. IP.— Mr. Mrs. Fred Bowen and family, formerly well-known residents of Frultvale, have recently located in Taft. Mrs. Evans and children are moving from Green Acres to Bakersfield. The daughters, Ruby and Hilly, have been RIO BRAVO, Jan. 10.—Recent visitors at the J. W. Mayer home were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Donner and son, Hugh, Jr., of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Helbling of Bakersfleld, C. C. Harrlsson from the gun club at Buttonwlllow and R. E. Cady and father of Bakersfield. Mrs. J. W. Mayer and Miss Margaret Mecham were recent callers at tho home of Mrs.' Anna Bowser at Rlverview. 'The Rev. Glen Montz, pastor of the I Brethren church in Bakersfield, called I at the W. B. Wilson home Thursday, j Dr. R. B. Roes' and son Dun and ! Fred Day were callers at the J. W. j Mayer home Monday. < Mr. and Mrs. John Weddle and sons Fred and Joo of Fellows visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith Tuesday. Mrs. Nellie Pilz of Los Angeles Is visiting at the home of her Bister, Mrs. E. B. McClellan and family. MRS. PRICE HOSTESS I MARICOPA, Jan. 1C.—Mrs. Flor| euco ]. Price -wan hostess to HIP and , members of the Sans Soucl Bridge (.'lull recently at her home in Mari- ropa. Following dinner the members played bridge, with first prize going to Mrs. Mable Bond, and I'onsolatlon to Mrs. Pearl Green. Those en.loy- attending the Frultvale school this j ing the party were Mrs. Green, Mrs-. I Grace C'heeseborough, Mrs. Bond and A large crowd of Fruitvale nnd ] jj,,, i ins | ess Rosodalo residents attended the dance at Morris School Friday niRht. Miss Evelyn Palmer, intermediate teacher at the Fruit vale School, is j spending the week-end nt Wasco with j friends. R. Cowan and his brother Frank j of Union avenue were called to Long i Beach Friday by the serious illness of | their sister, Mrs. A. M. Cravat. Mrs. I Cravat Is a former Frultvale resident | and her many local friends are sorry to hear of her Illness. | • MEETING ON WEDNESDAY i WASCO, Jan. 16.—The Mftthodlsl i Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. A. T, Elms Wednesday, January ' 18, at 2:20 o'clock. Mrs. James Little ( and Mrs. Mark Fraser will assist the hostess in serving refreshments. At this meeting the contest of th,e missionary question box will be repeated. CHAPPED 1 HANDS To quickly relieve 'chapping and roughness, apply soothing, cooling Mentholatum, MENTHOLATUM McFARLAND VINELAND at the W. M. Jolly home were Mrs. John Jolly and daughter, Mrs. J. W. Ueuel and children and Miss Kthel Jolly. H. R. Randlemnn and son Lavern left Thursday for Oregon. Mrs. M. F. Parish was hostess to tho ladles of the Weed Patch Home Department at the regular monthly Tub dress forms were made, dinner was enjoyed b; Forrest Frick. Cleo Barksdale, Lester Frlck and Roy Hooper. McFAKLAND, Jan. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Janes of East Bakersfield were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Armtrong Friday afternoon. They were returning from a business trip to Delano. Mrs. W. S. Gregory and her small daughter Wanda, who have been 111 with penumonia at their home, are recovering slowly. They are being cared for by Mrs. Horace Wills, trained nurse. William Osborn and Elmer Lobre. Jr., spent Friday evening In Bakersfield as guests of friends and relatives, i Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCall have • returned from the south where they I vlBltod with relatives. Miss Mildred Lehman, sister of Mrs. McCnll, remained nt La Verne to visit with | Miss Frances Neher and other relatives for several days. Miss Peggy Luther of the south and formerly of MrFarland, passed through McFiirlimd recently whllo on routn to f'orvHlllB, Ore., to spend some time as tho gucRt of her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. ond Mrs. M. Luther. Mrs. KIlBW.orth F3. Tllppey was a visitor In Bakersfield Friday afternoon. Dr. M. M. Taggart. accompanied his mother, Mrs. W. I. TaBgart, to her home In Glendale.. Friday. He will return today. KILL COLDS IN A DAY This 4-way remedy keeps millions well. Take two HILL'S CASCARA QUININE •tablets right away—follow directions. 711,267 Women Now Report Benefit by actual record "Have you received benefit from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound?" A QUESTIONNAIRE enclosed with every bottle of medicine has brought, to date, 724,692 replies. The overwhelming majority—in fact, ninety-eight out' of a hundred—says, "Yes" If this dependable medicine has helped so many women, isn't it reasonable to suppose that it will help you too? Get a bottle from your druggist today. It tones up the system . . . quiels quivering nerves . . . gives you more strength and energy. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ^ HILLS STOPS OLDS MAN'S HEART STOPPED, STOMACH GAS CAUSE W. L. Adams was bloated so with gas that ilia heart ofton missed beats after eating. Adlerlka rid him of all gas, and now ho eats anything and feels fine. Sold In Bakorsfield by Hughes Drug Store; In Bast Bakersfield by Kern Drug Company.—Adv. 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