The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 18, 1933 · Page 6
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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, January 18, 1933
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1 < •J - I r- 1. -V- - - L * ^L t ' A" . ' * • % ' J * i IV.'I .1 . -J m m .. IT J I. . '-I F. ) .-J 1 ,', - 1 .- . •. n - '. 'L . - . 1 1HE flAKERSFlELDCALiFORN'IAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18,1933 . i ^M|^PW4.f LEGION AUXILIARY MEETING TONIGHT Delano Unit Plans Session to Hear Reports on L ^ .-^-T—-Holy Name Group Elects Leaders at Recent Meet District Meet DELANO. Jan. 18.—The Woman's Auxiliary of the Merle Roecl Post of the American Region will hold its regular meeting tonight, in the Legion hall. Reports from the district meeting which was held on Sunday at Bak- t-rsfleld will be given. The auxiliary has accepted invitations from the post for a hard times party which will be given on the evening of January 28. The. party will he preceded by n dinner. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mesdames Hubert Livingstone and Xola Brown. Members from the auxiliary who at- iended the district meeting on Sunday iit Bakerafleld were Mesdames Harry Paulden, Robert Bryans of Plxley, T3. A. Roberts, William Shewcraft, George Scott and Bernard F. Richardson. DELANO, Jan. 1B.—The Holy Name Society of St. Mary's Catholic Church hna elected officers for the ensuing year. This society Is made up of the men of the church, and affiliate* with the other societies for men In the diocese in a federation which holds meetings at stated intervals. Joseph Vlllard Is the new president; Qeorge Claudlno, vice-president, nnd J. H. Connolley f secre- tary.treasurer. A full program Is being prepared fop the activities of the year. HOLD WEEKLY MEETING KRUtTVATYE, Jan. 18.— ^Ladies of the Frultvalo Union Sunday School held their weekly meeting recently at the homo of Mrs. Robert Wright, on Fruitvale avenue. The meeting was an all-day session, with most of the time being spent tying comforts. At noon a covered dish luncheon was served. Those present wore Mesdamos Paul Kreba, Kd Krebs, William Han- ntgan,' Beverly Boynton, J. Gilbert, Clarence Mills. L. J. Vincent, R. P. Simmons and Robert Wright, and Miss Bessie Denlo. ENDEAVOR MEET SET TONIGHT RIO BRAVO, .Tan. 18.—Miss Maxlne Moore, president iff the ftio- Bravo Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor, has announced a business meeting this evening at the local achoolhouee. An executive meeting will be held at 7 o'clock. At 7:30 the fbur committees will meet and the business session will begin at 8:15. The following: committees have been appointed: Missionary, William Haag, chairman, Adrian Lewis, Harlln Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. TC. Haag, Mrs. D. P. Snow and Mrs. J. O. Coble; social, Leonard Temple> chairman, Beatrice Temple, Cecil White, Madalyn Roxroth, Leila Temple and Leslie Heath; lookout, Irene Martin, chairman, Alpha Combo, Cecilia Haag, Mrs. Elsie Heath, Theresa Sapp 'and Vercll Wilson, and prayer meeting, Frances Wilson, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lewis, Woodrow Graves, Myrtle Hanp, T. M. Martin, Virgil White and Paul Graves. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. The executive council Is composed of Maxlne Moore, Prances Wilson, Harlin Wilson, Irene Martin, Leonard Temple and William Haag. PROVED by Test/ Pine LINEN EVERY color FAST! Spring r i Linen Crash Tablecloths 2 for 94 c Hemmed I 52x52 inchet. Borders! Plaid center* 1 Frills.' * • * * * _Look Girls! now only RUN- RESIST! "RONDO" Fast Color PRINTS! Another for every dress that fades 1 I*"****, MkMMMrvl 2-1 Conservative Styles, too! r REGULAR and EXTRA Sizes! Strong and Lustrous A fter 3 Years of Washing! — lUctnt General Electric Test proves their extn wearing qutli- titt! active lads Nation-wide Fa«t Colors! PILLOW CASES 42x56" 15c Soft, smoothly finished of long- staple cotton 1 A quality he won't wear oat in a hurry. Percale dressy patterns , fall-cut . .. with pocket. MEN'S AUL The Mew Spring Color*; Smart new patterns 1 A»»orted colon! >;.*: New Green! Hyacinth I Persian Rose I Goya Red! Mandarin} Gold! French Blue I Budget FINDS in PENNEY'S What savings! It's our l.ow*»t price ever for thi* fine, washable, 36" crepe 1 Rayon-UK)* ccUnete or A nd Other Shad**t RECENT CLOUDBURST UNCOVERS INDIAN SKULLS NEAR MOJAVE 1 I OJAVE, 'Jan. 18,—A human skull was unearthed recently'' by Rltey thmtiey, on his ranch .at^Oak creek, and Is said to be that .of an.Indian/ . ' n The recent flood that caused such havoc to the roadbed of the-railroads also changed the formation of the surroundings at Oak creek. The cloudbursts washed great gulleys In the hills and it is there that probably tragedy and romance were brought to the open. A ditch that was formed close to the Duntley ranch house revealed on the side ojf the bank part o: a skull, with' many abalone shells, well polished, in the same spot. These were evidently used as beads, a» they were pierced with holes, and were part of the adornment of the Indian. The composition of the earth showed something had been burned, there, probably a funeral pyre. ODD FELLOWS PLAN About a mile from the mouth of Oak creek the water also uncovered two huge, rocks, about•< 15 feet below the surface; Each rock has six holes, rounded and smoothed as though used by the Indian women in the grinding of seeds'and corn. Two hundred feet above - the rocks is a big lime ledge of the same composition as the rocks belbw. All through the mountains in this district at different water holes and springs are found Indian paintings on the rocks, which have been there as far back as "the oldest settlers and Mexicans can recall. At tho old Monroe ranch is a cave and at the top of It Is a painting of an Indian standing with arms upraised. At the old Landers ranch, and In a canyon In Kelsey valley called Gamble*s canyon, -whlfh leads from Onk creek to the desert, as well as at Mud Springs at Panamlnt, are many of these Indian signs. ITVALE STUDENTS »••••• •!••! I •••• .•..•••.•.•.••••...••^^^^^•^^•^^^^ Opposes Pay Cut Delano Trustees Hear ^—' These Same Values Also Obtainable in Our East Bakersfield Store— 2018-20 Chester Avenue 1014 Baker Street PARTRIDGE CONSTITUTION MARICOPA, Jan. 18.—Maricopa FRUTTVAkE, Jan. 18.—Two new Lodge, No. 449. Independent Order of|puplla enrolled Monday at the Fruit- Odd Fellows, IH forming plans for a meeting Thursday evening, January 19, when the local lodRO -will be host to H. U Partridge of San Jose, grant! master in the California Jurisdiction. A lar^e meeting is anticipated and It Is expected thnt thero will be delegations from p.H lodges In the county. Several other officers of the grand lodge will also be present. Following the meeting a banquet will be served. ' N HIGHWAY C McFAULAND, Jan. 18.—Friends of Sir. and Mrs. E. IS. Sherwood will be sorry 'to hear'that they figured in an automobile accident recently in which they were painfully cut and bruised. The accident occurred on the Ridge Route recently while »they were returning from Pasadena to their homo at Lindsay. They were accompanied by a friend, Mrs. Short, who was also injured. Their car was a total loss. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood formerly llved In the McFarland community, being pioneer residents. They are being cared for by their daughter-in- law, Mrs. Adley Sherwood of Bakera- fleld. vale school. Two county supervisors visited and two members of the eighth grade received .a mark of 100 In the "Constitution" test. The two new pupils are Richard and Raymond Stewart, formerly of Compton. Raymond enrolled in the eighth grade, while Richard became a member of the fourth year room. 'They are grandsons of Mrs. Mary Denlo of Fruitvale, with whom they will make their home. Miss 'Ball, county supervisor of music, and Silss Ann Holgereon, county primary supervisor, visited,the school Monday. Miss Holgerson supervised instruction in the primary department, spending the entire day at the local school. Members of the eighth grade have been spending practically all their time for the past week or more studying the Constitution of the United States and on Monday nn examination was held. Mrs. Stockton, principal, was well pleased- with the marks the scholars earned. Two pupils earned marks of 100. Other grades were well over the passing mark. Plea of Service Station Operators M \ DELANO, Jan. 18.—Local service station operators, appeared be* fore- the board . of ' city trustees Monday night and asked for a reduction In their municipal license fees. Quarterly licenses being paid at the present nre $5, 97.50 and $10. The difference In fees is supposed to be governed by the amount of equipment. Service station owners and operators appearing before the board were William J. Carter, William J. Stuart, William Shewcraft, Ray Qll- bralth, and Clarence Relmerd of the B. O. Thomas station. The board took the matter under advisement. Albfrt Swanson, who has had charge of the removal of the city garb'age for several years, was given the contract again, but with this change, that he In to receive no remuneration for tho care of the sower farm. Other years he has been allowed $16 a month for the care of the farm and -$10 every time he cleaned out the septic tank. Lnyipg of the new 4-Inch water mains to the cemetery which tho board decided to do at the first meeting of the new year, started on Tuesday morning and Is providing work for a considerable number of local men. Scott Ladd, city clerk and clerk of .the board, has not recovered/, sufficiently from a recent attack of In- fltjenza to bo able to take up his duties, and his place wa% filled at for Traffic Men at Rotary Meet DELANO, Jan. 18. — William fined of Bak«r»fleld, Inspector of the state highway patrol, was the speaker at th« weekly luncheon of Delano Rotary Club, at tht Worn* an't club house, and followed the luncheon, which was served by the Ladles' Aid. . Chief of Police Austin Reynolds, who wae In charge qfthe program, Introduced the. speaker. Officer Snell prefaced his talk with the observation that during his 12 years on the Job, only one officer had died a natural death. All others had been killed on duty. He told of the operation of the pa. trot, and was against abolishing the speed laws. He was also against cutting the salaries of officers. Out-of-town visitors* included W. F. Gouty, Percy Neate, Henry j. Brandt, and -lames Egan, all of Bakersfleld. John M. Haberfelde, club president, presided. Miss Brinkman Explains How to Soften Weir Water for Home Use SEA SCOUTS OF TAFT SELECT NEW SKIPPER * . _ _ TAFT, Jan. 18.—The members of Sea Scout ship Plying Cloud met at their base at Standard 1-C lease Monday nlgrht, with all members attending 1 . The appointment of F. H. Wright as skipper and L. W. Hunt as chairman of the Sea Scout committee was announced, effective as of this date. The Rift of a boat-from the Honolulu _ f t _^ Oil Company was accepted with Monday night's meotinff by Council-*! thanks, and arrangements were made VINELAND Will Give Playlets at Mojave School _ i MOJAVE, Jan. 18.—Three playlets will be given Friday night, February 2, at the schoolhouse, under the nu.spices of tho Parent Teacher Association, entitled "Daring Daughter," "It Sometimes Happens," and "Beauty Secrets." Mips Llnnea Genrlch Is featured ns the lend in the first playlet, Mrs. Fred Wilkerson nnd Mrs. Mabel Tripp share honors in the second, and Miss Jolli Hlccomini and Bill Helm in the third. The costs in their en- tirity will be published Inter. Every member is working hard to put on as finished a performance as possible. • DANCE A TFRUITVALE FRUTTVALE, Jan. 18. —The dance originally announced for last Friday, but postponed on account of a similar affair at Norris School the same evening, will be held next Friday evening, January 20. The dance will be for the benefit of the school's welfare fund, nnd sponsored by members of the faculty This is the first dance given by the present teachers; Good music will bo provided. Admission will be by cards furnished by the trustees and the charge will be small. ATTENDANCE CONTEST ENDS RIO BRAVO, Jan. IS.—The attendance contest of the Young People's Christian Endeavor Society ended Sunday evening with victory going to Ireno Martin's .side, gaining 100 points more than the opposing side. The losing side will treat the winners to a snow party. ••••••••••^ No More Gas In Stomach and Bowels If you -wish to be permanently relieved of pras in stomach and bowelH, take Baalmann's Gas Tablets, which are prepared especially for stomach gas and all Ihe bad effects resulting from sn» pressure. That empty, gnawing feeling at the pit of the Htomnch will disappear; that anxious, nervous feeling with heart palpitation will vanish, and you will again be able to take a deep breath without discomfort. That drowsy, sleepy feeling after dinner will be replaced by a desire for entertainment. Bloating will cease. Your limbs, arms nnd flngera will no longer feel cold and "go to sleep" because Baulniann'H Gas Tablets prevent gas from Interfering with the circulation. Get the genuine, In the yellow package, at any good drug atore. Price 91. Always on hand at HUGHES DRUG STORE —Adv. VINELAND, Jan. 18.—Mrs. A. E. Osborn was a recent guest at the Jesse McKane home in Arvin. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Barksdalo and family have moved to Bakersfield. Joe Lindsay of Bakersfield was an overnight guest of Kenneth Krick Saturday night. , Leon Calderwood has returned home after spending the week in San Diego. The regular monthly meeting of the Weed Patch Farm Bureau will be held this evening at the Vineland schoolhouse. G. E. Beechley and family have moved to the R Fisher ranch. A group of ladies of the Full Gospel Church went to the home of Mrs. R. Tackett Friday afternoon, pleasantly surprising her. The small daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. W. Seifert is convalescing after a recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Osborn were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hale of Union avenue. The household equipment of J. W. Dean was destroyed by fire recently, caused by an explosion of a gasoline stove. A preliminary meeting for organization of a community welfare society in "Weed Patch was held at the -Vineland School with Mrs. Denslow secretary of the Red Cross in Bakersfleld as leader. Plans were formulated for a community meeting for Wednesday night in connection with the regular monthly meeting of the Farm Bureau. Archie Covert is home from the hospital. man John M. Haberfelde. All members of the boanj were present; and Walter S. Allen, chairman, presided. MRS. CHASE HOSTESS FOR LUNCHEON CLUB DELANO, Jan. 18.—Mrs. Ralph Chase was hostess to members of the Friendship Luncheon Club for their regular meeting on Tuesday. It was an all day session with a covered dish luncheon at noon. Covers were laid for 12 and places marked for Mrs. W. H. Richards and daughter Donna of South Dakota, Miss Amy Post, Mesdames Ed Green. Nina Lowell, Ncal AVoodwnrd, Carrie Rntcliffe, Chauncey Searby, Fannio Kibbe, Minnie Smith, W. H. Gibson, Arthur G. Post, and the hostess. to overhaul the boat for the summer cruising. The, necessary application has been made to the navy department at Mare Island for a large navy boat, with, which to conduct the summer training cruises. A letter of thanks to Mrs. W. C. Cameron and Mrs. W. H. Campbell for equipping the base with curtains was dispatched, "the matter of a card party was discussed with the result that Friday, January 27, was decided upon as the date. Tt will be held at the Guild hall at Fifth and Warren streets, under the auspices-of the mothers. Bridge will be played, with prizes and refreshments served later. HIGH 01 PUPILS PREPARE G McFARLAND 18.—Air. and and, Mr. and were In atten- play given at McFARLAND, Jan. Mrs. I. A. Burroughs Mrs. DInsmore Parish dance at the charity Delano Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kruger entertained Sunday for the latter's sisters, Mrs. M.-Schmitt and Mrs. Alex Moris and their children from Delano. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chamberlin of Bakersfleld entertained at Sunday dinner for Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Peterson, Gladys, Margie and Bobbie Peterson of McFarland. , Mr. and Mrs. S. tf. Payne and their children spent Sunday as guests of the latter's sister and brother-in-law, and Mrs. Phillip Brlggs at their Delano home. Mr. and Mrs. DInsmore Parish spent Tuesday in Bakersfield on business and pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Arllng Stelnberger will return here Wednesday from Los Angeles where they nre attending to business nnd pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Gernld Tnylor of Psnd are living at the Methodist parsonage. Mr. Taylor Is an oil field worker nnd Mrs. Taylor teaches at the Pond School. . _ ,_ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Lobre and SHAFTER. Jan. 18.—Despite the fact that the graduating class of the local high school will not receive diplomas until June, work Is under way to prepare for the event. Announcement cards have been chosen and contracts made. The- engraving business has been given to T. V. Allen & Company of Los Angeles. The class colors are green and silver, nnd this color will be tinted Into the cards. The photographing of members of the class has been put In the hands of the Dorman Art Studio of Bakersfield.' Past Dictators to Attend Moose Meet b TAFT, Jan. 18.—Dictator C. E. Parkinson of the Moose has Just complete plans with the chairman of the past dictators, Joe Bios, for a Kern county roundup of past dictators Thursday rilght at the Legion hajl at 8 o'clock. Pnst dictators who will fill the chairs nnd are active in Taft at present are George T. Nnntz, Joe Bios, R. L. Patterson, Stanley Abel. C. A. Williams and Ray MInner. This also includes John F. Gordon, P. D., E. Gay Hoff- WASCO, Jan. 18. — A most instructive talk on "Water Softeners 11 .was given by Miss tdtlian Brinkman, horns demonstration agent of Korn county, before the ,Wasco Farm Bureau members Monday evening In the grammar, school auditorium. Samples of water from different wells In the community were brought by members, .and these were tested and softened according to the amount of lime and magnesia salts found in the sample with any of the following: Caustic soda, lime, washing soda, borax, ammonia or trl sodium phospate. Removal of stains In cloth caused by hard water, lime In cooking utensils, rust, mildew, fruit stains, coffee and tea stains and many, other kinds thai housewives have to contend with were also demonstrated by Miss BrlAkman. Two methods of softening water were explained. One was by the use of chemicals and the other was of the zeallte type, which resembles a hot water tank and Is connected with the plumbing system, requiring very little attention except to opcastonally regenerate the tank to remove the collected salts. This type costs from $150 to $500. The program opened by community singing led by Mrs. George Sunpmer- vllle. Other numbers on the program were two songs, *'Orlolo" and "My Lady Sleeps," sung by William Kum- merfold, Glen Berthold, Leonard Funk and Roscoe Sweeney, members of the Future Farmers Club; two tenor solos, "I Know a Lovely Garden" and "When Winter Comes," by Hugn Johnson of Los Angeles, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Mark Frascr. H. T. Strong, assistant farm adviser. J. J. Siemens and H. Fowler, Farm Bureau directors, all spoke on the cooperative spirit of the Farm Bureau. Mrs. Martin, president of the farm home department, rounded out the program by telling of the advantages derived by the women In being mem* bers of the home department. Preceding tho meeting potluck sxrppor was served In the domestic science room by members of the home department under the direction of Mrs. Jeanotte Stoncr, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Edwin Booth and Mrs. Mark Frasor. Present at the supper were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Klosson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kert TCccker. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. George Summer-vine, Mrs. Jeanette Stoner, Miss Brinkman, George Wnugh, Hugh Johnson and H. Fowler. The meeting was presided over by Fraser. director. Installation Held by Woodcraft Lodge j TAFT, Jan. 18,—Installation of officers of Taft Circle No. 818, Neighbors of Woodcraft, was held last night In American Legion hall. Mrs. Katie t.. Davis, organizer, of Bakersfield, was In attendance and Mrs. Helen E. Halr- ston was Installing officer. ' Officers Installed were Myrtle Coltrin, past guardian neighbor; Rita Price, guardian neighbor; Anna Talman, adviser; Merle Alnsworth, clerk; May Blalsdel, banker; E. J.'JeffresP. Nnncy Cameron, Mary Black, managers ; Stella Jobe, magician; I<ela Jeffress, Inner sentinel; Dorothy Shugart. outer "sentinel; Villa RotTevear. captain of guards; Isma Fanning, flag bearer; Athalea Price, musician; Helen E. Halrston, correspondent, and Mny Ayers. senior guardian. I BUTTONWILLOW Elmer, Jr., were dinner guests Sunday man an<J Rij e y Millard, who holds hon- _ t * 1_ _ *_ _ _ -^ * A. I*. A f ^^ _«^* **. M! *• \* fmf* A V* n*« I ^ • A t ~ _. nt the home of the former's brother, Ray Lobre In Bakersfleld. BUTTONWILLOW, Jan. 18.—There will be a dinner at the San Jonquin clubhouse, Thursday evening, given by the husbands of the Ladies' Aid members of the Baptist Church. The menu will be roast pork. There will be n charge of 35 cents per plate for adults and 15 cents for children. The public In cordially invited nnd the proceeds are to be for the church fund. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Tilton and non Bobby spent the week-end at Saugus on business. A pleasant surprise party was given for A. B. Hair at Ms home at the Deep "Wells Farms, Saturday evening by a group of friends nnd relatives, In honor of his birthday. The evening wus enjoyed In playing games. A piny. "Whose Baby,'* is being put on at the school auditorium Friday evening, sponsored by the P. T. A. The piny Is being directed by Fred Moberly, the cnHt being local talent. The program will begin at 8 o'clock. Admission, 35 cents for adults nnd for grammar school children, ing given for the benefit P. T. A. lunch fund. MOUNTAIN VIEW ! 15 cents It is he- of the I DELANO MOUNTAIN VIEW, Jan. 18.-—Mrs. J. E. Ranton nnd daughter Dorothy, and Mrs. Etta Fultz were all-day gue.stH Thursday in the C. P. Clark home. William Buerkle is spending a few days In TJOH Angeles on business! Mlsa Ruby Weed has been 111 the past week. Sunday guests In the G. P. Thornburg home were Mr. and-Mrs. Will mm Addlngton, Wllma and Russell Addington, and Miss Bertha Rueter. E. O. Mitchell of Arvin 'has leased the Lee Burge.sB ranch and is preparing to put in grain. Members of the Burgess families enjoyed a buffet supper Monday evening at the R. W. Burgess home, celebrating the birthday anniversaries of Lee Burgess and Kenneth Burgess. The Mountain View P. T. A. will hold a card party at the schoolhouse Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Admission price is nominal and the proceeds will be used for the benefit of the school lunch fund. , <§> Girls Don't Be Skinny! Get Some Curves!! Fill out those thin places and get the pretty curves men admire. Take Vlnol (Iron tonic) and you'll be surprised how your figure improves. Tastca delicious. Kern Drug Co. —Adv. DELANO, Jan. 18.—Mr. and Mrs, William Koemer of Hollywood are here for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Roe- mer'H brother. R. H. Hiett, Sr., and family. They aooompanied Mr. Hlett and Chester O 60 ^ home on Sunday after they spent several days in LOH Angeles county. Edgar Reynolds of Struthmore spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Reynolds. Mrs. Norman Schultx In convalescing from a recent minor operation-on her right ankle. Miss Katherlne Couzena spent the week-end at Modesto visiting relatives. Davll L,. Sniff let spent two days last week at Fresno attending an Ice dealers' conference. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Montgomery and their daughters MnrTha Jeann and Carla Mae of Bakersflelri, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Shearer, parents pf Mrs. Montgomery. Mrs. Norman Schultz spent Sunday at VlnHlla with her sister, Mrs. C. S. Huntley. MARICOPA f MARICOPA. Jan. 18.—MUs Uylene Rhodes who IH attending Hohool in 131 Monte Is visiting at the home of her mother Mrs. Louise Rhodes. Harrv Hall has returned to his home in Oleiicltile after visiting at the home of his brother Guy Hall. Joe Heber, Atascndero, was a week-end visitor In Marlcopa. Gordon Holmes has been rjomoveu from a Bnk^rsfleld hospital to the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes. A _ Miss Gladys McCormac spent the week-end In T^os Anpeles. Mrs. Ann Mulloy nun returned home after a week-end In Whlttier. Mr. and Mrs. William Flelshcr and family were Portervlllo visitors Sun- orary degrees conferred for services OBSERVE QUEST DAY TAFT, Jan. . 18.—Yesterday was guest day at the meeting of the Lady Bills In the Elks home and the afternoon was spent playing bridge," with Mrs. C. A- Shaney, Mrs. W. J. Hunt and Mrs. Tlllle Keene as hostesses. Tea was served at the close of the afternoon. Members and guests present included Mesdames O. A. Palmlund, H. C. Dohring, C. W. Hawkins, J. D. Peterson, G. A. Northway, A. R. Thorpe, T. McLucas.* F. C. Mitchell, A. F. Lytle, A, R. Young, N. P. Munsey, B. Baumgardner, R. "\Velr. M. Walker, J. Murray, R. P. Hale, C. Gall, J. Eierman. Z. Quick,-A. West, Jack Franklin, J. V. Hobart, C. A. Martin, D. Flrd, E. H. Sieck, A. V. Bush and E. Revlrs. PREPARE TO GRADUATE WASCO, Jan. 18.—Graduation exercises for the students of the midyear graduation class of the Wasco Ele- mentury School are "being arranged to take place either February 2 or 3. This will be the first midyear class to be graduated in Wasco and will include 18 or 20 pupils. TO SPONSOR PARTY TAFT, Jan. 18.—The Young Ladles' Institute will sponsor a benefit card party in St. Mary's hall Friday evening, January 20 at 8 o'clock.. This will be a country store card party with groceries for prizes. Refreshments will bo served. The public is Invited. Beware Kidney Acidity Thousands past 40, and many far younger, suffering and losing energy from Getting Up Nights, Backache, Stiffness, Leg Pains, Nervousness, Acidity or Burning, caused by poorly functioning Kidneys or Bladder, should use Gystex (pronounced Slss- tex) specially prepared for these troubles. Works fast, circulating through system In 16 minutes. Only 75c at druggists. Guaranteed to fix you up or money back on return of empty iackage 4 J " •Adv Bronchial Infections Need Creosote For manr y«*» our t>re*cribed creosote in wme form for coughs, cold* and bronchitis knowing tow dangerous it is to let them hang on. Creomulsion with creosote and si* other highly important medicinal ele* inents, quickly and effectively stops all coughs and cplds that otherwise night lead to serious trouble. Creomulsion is powerful in the treatment of all colds and coughs no matter how long standing; yet it is absolutely harmless and is pleasant and easy to take. Your own druggist guarantees Crco- mulsion by refunding your money if you •re not relieved after taking Creomul- aion as directed. Beware the cough or cold that hangs on. Always keep^Creo* mulsion on hand fomnatant use. (ad? J M became Mrs. Murray Chancellor has returned home after being conflntd for the past several weeks in a Bakersfield hospital. ,,... Virginia Bond and Joe McMillan ppent Sunday Wasco. • visiting friends In SHAFTER Take two HILL'S CASCARA QUININE tablets right away-follow directions. You'll break up that cold m a CASCARA QUININE SHAFTER, Jan. 18.—Mrs. Frances Sullivan nnd her daughter, Miss Frnz- qulta Sullivan of Waseo, were Sunday afternoon cullers at the E. J. Peery home. • ',„•... W. H. Bunker of Portervllle arrived yesterday to visit his sister, Mrs. E. J. Peery. f RETURN FROM NORTH TAFT, Jan. 18.—Mrs. Charles E. Allen and Mrs, John Stuck have returned from Berkeley where they accompanied their daughters, Miss Laverne Allen and. Miss Audrey Stuck to the University of California where they are students. The young women spent the holidays at their homes here. Other points around the bay were visited while they were In the north. —wouldn't you like to be able to s*y thiB, too? Then pause a moment and reason ... akin affections usually result because of lowered resistance from below the skin surface. Then help the blood that purifies the skin, by increasing its red-cells and restoring*, the vital oxygen-car ryins hemoglobin in these cells so that more vitality oomei to the tissues. This will increase the ability of the blood to devour infectious pimple germs. That is just what fl.S.S. doear— proved by tens of thousands of unsolicited letters of thankfulness. "Shall I use a «rood soap?"—certainly—"and cosmetics?"—naturally, but first observe Nature's law and lay the sound foundation from underneath the akin. * , ' S.S.8., in addition to belnjr a valuable general tonic, has the special property of increasing the red .cell a and restoring; the hemoglobin content of the blood, when deficient. Try a course of'8.8.8. and note the constant improvement. OThtS t 5.5. stur i --* V -V

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