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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAX, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1933 .I'tagg? COMMUNITY NEWS laZ-ar-mci- v-.^.--::in.V*.** CAFEIERIA <*>- Serves IfiOO Free Mcnls lo Needy School Pupils; Demand Grows SteFARLAXD. Jan. 21.—A report from tin- grammar school eafolcrlu, which is under the management of Mrs. Bessie Hlgglnbotham, discloses ihat 1500 meals have been given needy children up to tlir present time. The different organizations of the town anil priviite citizens liuve donated money and products. The demand for welfare In the school during the past two months lias been heavy for both food and clothing. The community welfare poinmlttee, through the Hcd Cross nnd Individual donations,..have generously supplied clothing and shoes. In addition to Its regular welfare the cafeteria took care of nil welfare meals during the first two weeks of January amounting to $20. The welfare meals during the coming two week.« are belnc taken care of by the high school faculty. A'arious organizations. Individuals and the community welfare committee have assisted the cafeteria In supplying meals .'t.s follows; The local I'. T. A., $2(i: community welfare, 57.41; Mrs. D. Hillings, $5; L. R. Billings, $5; Miss Ollce Dlxon, $S. Miss Dlxon Is aim paying for lunches for one child during the, entire term of school; Woman's i.'luh. $:!. The Woman's Club also furnished rnnned goods and groceries as did the American Legion; I. J. Lytlc donated fiO bottles of milk for undernourished children; Mrs. R. J. Kirkpatrick donated a '•rate of cabbage, and two boxes of carrots to the cafeteria. Favorite Hymns Will Be Enjoyed at Church Meet McFARLAND, Jan. 21. — Announcement has been mad* by the Rev. H. E. Carlson, pastor of the Methodist church, of a program of old-fashioned hymns to be given Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock, Several of the familiar hymns will be sung ns solos or duets, with a brief meditation on each. The program follows: "Rock of Ages," by Betty Richardson; meditation, "The Comforter of the Ages"; "Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah," a duet by Betty Rich- nrdson and Margie Calkins; medl- tntlon, "The Journey of Life"; "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," Gladys Peterson; meditation, "The Story of Redemption"; "Jesus Lover of My Soul," sung by Arthur Peterson; meditation, "The Most Familiar Hymn"; "Just as I Am," by Betty Richardson; meditation, "The Evangelistic Hymn"; "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross," by Betty Richardson; meditation, "The Fundamentals of Personal Religion"; "Jesus Savior Pilot Me," a duet by Betty Rich- nrdson and Gladys Peterson; meditation, "I Will Pilot Thee." The community is Invited to at. tend these services and enjoy old hymns that command reverence and a spirit of worship. -<.*> HOLD BIG MEET FIRST AID CLASS HEARS FINE LECTURE; METHODS EXPLAINED ! Group til Shaflcr Initiates i Members; Degrees Given i lo Honor Men j SHAFTER, Jan. 21. —The Shuftcr j chapter of Future Farmers of America held annual Initiation and feed Wednesday, January 18, at the American Legion hall. The following students were Initiated Into the degree of dreon Hand: Willie Kadol, Milton Koop, Dave Kroeker, Gideon Mettler, Raymond Motllcr, Harold Pcderfion, Willie Shultz, Arthur Kadel, Raymond J. Mettler, and Tom Hammer. They were presented their Green Hand pins by the president of the chapter, Ben Peters. The following members were raised from the degree of Green Hand to that of Junior Fanner as a reward for successful completion of projects during the past year: Robert Carter, lOnill lleln, Clifford Mettler, Albert Peters, Ernest Schultz, Johnnie deoi B EARDSLEY, Jan. 21.—J. M. Buswell, general Inspector for the 'San Joaquln Light and Power Corporation, lectured last night to 32 members of the first aid class on the subject of ".Shock," going Into causes, effects i and treatment. He explained that i shock results In some degree from all ! Injuries, but Is sometimes caused by the, emotions. He cited an Instance In which several bystanders became unconscious from shock when they witnessed the fall of a woman recently from an upper story window to the sidewalk. Ho said that about the only danger from fainting; Is the result of a fall that might follow, but the results of shook are much more serious and might result In death If correct first aid Is not given Immediately. Ho said. I Snltultst and orge Thomas. Gold MEETS AT ELMS ; pins were presented to Ben Peters, i Harold Voth and Pete Epp In recognition of having brought many honors ; to the local chapter In judging contests during their four years In high school. It was voted to send five boys to 1 McFarland on January 26 to be initialed Junior Farmers at a Joint Kern- Tularo meeting. Music was furnished during dinner by members of the organization. Glen O. Nay, In charge of the agrl- • | culture department, sponsors the F. F. A. Club. nBLANO. Jan. 21.—The Charles English family, known ns the Swiss hell ringers, will be In charge of the ••venlng service on Sunday night at the local Methodist church, while the j pastor is conducting evangelistic services at the \Vasco church. The serv- | ii-oji will be at 7:30 o'clock. , One of the remarkable features of 'heir entertainment !.« the harmonies drawn from musical glasses. They also show double dissolving stereoptl- <*nn pictures, centered around spiritual ! themes, and play the nuto harp and i the four-in-hand hells. i The Rev. Hnnild Carlson of the ' Waseo nnd McFarland churches will j preach at the 11 o'clock service. The ! • •horns rholr will give special music. Kernville Matron Honored at Party KERNVILLE. Jan. 21.— Amid a profusion of pink decorations the home of Mrs. Kills Byrom on a recent afternoon was the setting for a stork shower. Mrs. Tony Salsa helng the honored guest. A layette was prevented to Mrs. Salsa. Mrs. Thelma Frnzler and Mrs. Ellis Byrom' were hostesse.'- and had prepared a mir- \ir\fp luncheon In the dining room of the Byrom home. Those attending were Mesdames Florence O'Brien, Lena Rarlwau. Howard Fulton. Mar- iorle Stains, Waldo Ellis, Hester Hlaine, Millie Trumhull. Roy C. Mason, Charlotte Pettypool, Clara Tlm- mons, Virginia Rhodes, Rutli Potter, C. C. Tichenor, Helen Tyifgren, Eddie farnrick and Mrs. Rummell. * ' * ~ WASCO GOLF TOURNAMENT WASCO, Jan. 21.—A tournament will lie played at the local golf course Runday between the El Tejon Golf Club ;md the Wasro Cluh. The tournament is to begin at !> o'clock, and lunclveon will be served at noon at Welt's hotel. WASCO, Jan. 21.—The Ladles' Aid i of the Methodist Episcopal Church i met at tho home of Mrs. A. T. Elms j Wednesday afternoon. Reverend H. Carlson and Anthony Beard conducted ! a short prayer meeting, which Is In i connection with the prayer meetings' being held every evening this week i at the Methodist Church. i The meeting was called to order \>y Mrs. A. T. Elms, president, each member answering the roll call with a verse from the Bible. It was decided that each member was to raise TiO cents before the next, meeting, which will be at tho home of Mrs. Winnie McCombs, and each one will tell how It was raised. Mrs. Charles conducted the mystery box contest. Refreshments were served by Mrs. A. T. Kims, Mrs. Mark Fraser and Mrs. J.'iniCH Little. Members present were Mesdames Judson Appley. Jo Altrlnger, Edwin Booth, C. A. Bulck, M. M. Bridge.-;, M. R. Charles, H. E. Carlson, S. ,!. Dement, F. H. Duqulne, A. T. Elms, Mark Fraser, H. A. Giddlngs, L. A. Grant, D. S. Klmc, James Little, W. G. MeCombs, J. S. Little. A. C. Mack- Hn, Delia Rr,:'.ler, Lo Roy McKlbbens, Rasmussen. T. R. Smith, Burton Spofford, and Miss Myrtle Booth. that Bhock causes a congestion of blood In tho nerve centers of the solar plexls, thereby preventing the flow of blood, and unconsciousness results not because of a lack of blood In the brain, but because of a lack of oxygen. He and R. J. Williamson demonstrated on a "patient" tho proper method of artificial respiration as n climax of the lecture. Ho explained the flow of tho adrenal secretion which gives strength to the patient, but warned that many have died after being revived by being allowed to walk too soon after treatment. R. J. Williamson gave demonstrations of the proper applications of bondages of different types. The class meets once per week In tho hygiene room of the high school on Thursdays, 7 to 9 p. m. DANCE IS PLANNED BY SHAFTER McFARLAND, Jan. 21.—An important business session was held by the American Legion Auxiliary Wednesday evening with Mrs. Edna Drum presiding. Plans were made for a Valentine dance, to be held Saturday. February 11, at tho local hull. The member? also voted to order popples to be sold May 27 to aid disabled soldiers. A membership drive. Is now In progress and those eligible are Invited to Join. The dance will be In charge of Mrs. Lillian Schrack. Tho members are IS SET FOR MONDAY DELANO, Jan. 21.—The concert which Richard Mann, Chicago baritone, was unable to give here on last Tuesday night will be given on Monday night at 8 o'clock at the West- Hide grammar school. The concert is sponsored by the choir of the Community church, of which Mrs. Ben C. Shearer Is director. Proceeds will bo used by the choir to pay tholr building fund pledge. Mr. Mann's program will be as follows: "Ombra Mai Fu," Hendei: "Du Blst Die Ruli," Schubert: "Klegy," Massenet; "When Mlllandy Sings," Dunbar; "The Two Grenadiers," Schunum; "A Dream," Bartlett; "Nlchavo." Mana-Zueca: "Little Brown Baby," Dunbar; "Exhortation," Cook; "Water Boy," Robinson; "Old Man River," Dunbar. His program of spirituals will Include: "Swing Low Sweet Chariot," "I Don't 'Fee! Nowaya Tired," "Haven," "Joshua Fit Do Battle of Jerlco," "Every Time I Feel De Spirit" and "Deep River." PLAN INSTALLATION' FOR WOODCRAFT UNIT t DELANO, Jan. 21.—Delano Circle, Neighbors of AVootlcraft, will Install officers on Monday night in their lodge rooms In the Odd Fellows building. Mrs. Floyd Dixon, of Pond, past guardian neighbor, will be the Installing officer. . Officers to be Installed include: Mrs. Elmer Dorsey, guardian neighbor; Mrs. Eugene Moore, past guardian neighbor; Mrs. Paulin Dusserre, advisor; Mrs, Ray Allen, magician; Mrs. James Peasley of Pond, attendant; Mrs. J. R. .Burkett, clerk; Mrs. Prescott Lawrence, banker; Mrs. Belle Mitchell, inner sentinel; Frank Dibble, outer sentinel: James Peasloy, captain of guards; Mrs. William Scott, musician: Mrs. Mattlo White of Pond, flagbe.-trer; Arthur Gregg, Ray Allen, and AVylle Fiiucher, managers. After installation there will be a musical and literary program when members from Earlinmrt and Pond will contribute numbers. After the program there will also be a social period when coffee and cake will be served. *-»-• RUES HELD FOR W. J. SLOSSON DELANO, Jan. 21.—Funeral service.-) for William Julius Slosaon wore largely attended hero on Friday afternoon, Services were In charge of Delano Ma- sonlo lodge with John M. Haborfoldo, master, giving the ceremony, nnd the Kev. William C. Eddy, pastor of the Community Methodist church, assisting. Mrs. Harold Apploford, soprano, sung "The City Four Square," tmd "In the Sweet Bye und Bye.' 1 Miss Janet Struthers accompanied at the piano, \ The Masonic service was also given nt the graveside, with Kirs. Applcford singing "Nearer My God to Thee," violin accompaniment by William Hal- look. Interment was In the new addition to Delano cemetery, where beautiful flowers bore silent testimony of the esteem In which Mr. Slosson was held. He was a native of San Bernardino and woa born on October 14, 1371, nnd died January IS, 1933, at the. family home: at 706 High street. The family home has been here for the past 20 years, i\urlng 15 of which Mr. Slosson was employed with the Richfield Oil Company at Taft. During the past two years Mr. and Mrs. Slosson, have resided In Long Beach Jjut returned here last September to make their home. He leaves his widow, Mrs. lola '/,. Slosson, two daughters, Mrs. Robert M. Slosson of Long Beach. Also five grandchildren, three sisters and one brother. He was a member of Gardena Masonic Lodge, and of Delano Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. Local Masons attended the funeral In a body, and pallbearers were John Speer, Homer Bower, O. A. Classen, David L. Khlfflet, O. J. Whlttcn and Ward Robertson. Lodge Groups at / I Delano Will Seat | Officers Tonight DELANO, Jan.> 21,—Alpha Rebekah Lodge ,No. 69 and Delano I. O. Q. F. Lodge No. 356 are holding a Joint Installation of'of- ficers tonight In the Odd Fellows hall. Mrs, Josephine Bangtburg, president of district No. 66, will Instill the' Rebekah officers, and C. L. Helm, of Maricopa, deputy grand master of district No. 75, will Install,the officers for the Odd Fellows. Rebekah officers to be Installed ,are: Mrs., Arthur Post, noble grand; Mrs.' Chester Beck, vice- grand; Mrs. W. H. Gibson, treasurer; Mrs. Chauncey Searby, financial secretary; Mrs. J. C. Sharp, recording secretary; Mrs. Amanda Rogers, McFarland, left ; supporter tb noble grand; Mrs. William B.;Smlth, right supporter to noble grand; Mrs. Neal Woodward, left ' supporter to vice- grand; Mrs. Catherine Cavanaugh, McFarland, right supporter to vice-grand; Mrs. C. E. Griffith, Inside guardian; Mrs. R. H. Hlett, Sr., outside, guardian: Mrs. Harry Klbbe, chaplain. TAFT MAN QUITS VE1EK POST Carl Snydcr Resigns Chair as Cotnmander of V. F. W. Organization TULARE RE-ELECTS ELLIOTT worklng on a layette for the com- 1 fred TULARE, Jan. 21.— Supervisor AI- was re-oleeteil president of munlty welfare chest. After the meet- |, ho Tularc Chamber of Commerce for Ing both the members of the Ameri- the- coming year when the chamber's man Legion and the Auxiliary members were served with refreshments by Sir*. Schrack. Slembers attending tho auxiliary meet were Jfesclames Edna Drum, Sfaudc Arnold. Ruby Fox, Lillian Schrack, Dovlo Andrews, Thclma. Vaughn, Slay Wilson and SIlss Ann Rutlidge. Oildale Community Club Names Heads forty-ninth annual banquet and meet- Ing was held here Thursday night. Olenn L. Moran was named first vice-president; E. J. Mahoney, second vice-president; W. E. Dunlap, treasurer, and Kenneth Sturgeon, secretary. The following directors wej-e elected: ;E. A. Sweet, Percy Whlteside, E. J. Mahoney, Kenneth Sturgeon, George ORGANIZE NEW CLUB WASCO. Jan. 21.—The Junior Progressive Club met at the homo .of Mrs. George Summerville, Wednesday'eve- nlng. The meeting was called to order by the vice-president, Ziln Grefrath, who acted In place of President Fanchlon Klassen. who has not yet returned home from Lost Hills. After some discussion the constitution drawn up by a committee, was accepted and tjje name Junior Progressive adopted for the new club, with meeting dates to bo the first und third Wednesday nights of each month. A special Invitation was extended to all girls of the rural district to visit or become a member. The presiding chairman appointed as her entertainment committee for the month of February. Dorothy Grubb, Helen Emmerald and Irma Klassen. ' They will also act as the M.^Meyers and family have moved to j refreshment committee. Mrs. .7. W. McNeil was asked to speak on nar- VINELAND FELLOWS. Jan. 21.—Fellows Court, N'o. 48, Order of the Amaranth, met Thursday evening with Lindsay, royal matron, Lindsay, royal patron, presiding. VINELAND, Jan. 21.—Reverend John Martin of Los Angeles was a recent dinner guest In the J. E. Michaels homo. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McKano and Mrs. Otis McKane of Arvln were Wednesday callers at the Weed Patch I parsonage. the John Fowler ranch. Mr. and Mrs. F. Hall of Los Angeles visited their sons Forrest and Leslie Hall the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Farr of TAFT, Jan. 21.—The resignation of Carl W. Snyder as commander of Black Gold Post, No. 19D8, Veterans of Foreign Ware, was presented and accepted at a meeting of the post Uist night. Senior Vice-Commander H. F. Stock was automatically elevated to the post of commander, Junior Vice-Commander L. W. Hunt advancing to senior vice-commander. J. B. Keith and C. V. Spangle wore nominated to Junior vice-commander's chair and the election will be held at the next regular meeting, Thursday, January 26. Commander Snyder has been 111 for somo time and unable to care for the duties of his office. * Name Delegates William Markwel] was unanimously re-elected trustee and Harry E. Jungt was named delegate to the Kcm County Council with W. G, Lepper»au alternate. Three members of tho post, L. W. Hunt, Harry E. Jungl and Jack Vestry, were appointed delegates to the Joint veterans' council organized by representatives of th» six veterans' organizations of Kern County. Plans were made for an open meeting and Initiation by the post at Lincoln School audltorlurm February H when a national radio hookup will present the national commander, Admiral Coontz and Senator Robinson of Indiana and the obligation to new members to be given by the national commander. " This meeting will Ije^ open to the public. Pass Resolutions A number of resolutions were passed, and ordered sent to congressmen and senators. One dealt with unemployment and urged tho purchase of American products and another placed tho post on record as favoring tho hiring of Americans to the exclusion of aliens. After the meeting of tho local post was closed, the Korn County Council held Its monthly session with Commander Al Mundan of BakerHfleld presiding. Besides local members of tlia council present, the following out'-of- town members attended: Al Mundan, Harry J. Chapman, August Alrey and Francis Sterling, all of Bakersfleld. cotlcs at the next meeting. After Long i played. the meeting followed by games were refreshments Beach were week-end guests at the i served by the hostesses, Esther Vogel, home of the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles BarUsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gardner , , . . , . f 1 -Ml. illUI iMin. IUIJ VJ.tlUllUl « UIW short business session was held fol- rooenl d ] nne r guests of Sirs. T. O. lowing which all adjourned to the ban- Pralher. quet room where a special feature had I _ Sir. and Sirs. A. E. _Osborn _ were been prepared. Slesdames Myrtle Sloodie and 7.ella McGrey were hostesses to the court in honor of their mother, Sirs. Martha Constable, whose seventy-first birthday they were celebrating. It was a surprise to Mrs. Constable and she Ferch, Arthur i leave Monday for the southern states, | \ where he will lecture for the govern- i mental experimental department on cotton. The trip will he extended about thrno months. The Reverend and Mrs. C. C. van ; Gorkam spent Wednesday In Delano. 1 Their trip was of a social and busi- , ness nature. ] Mrs. Nurl J. Fish and small son of BaUersfield spent Thursday with Mrs. ' Jack Wilson. : Mrs. Ira Unruh of Wasco spent the ! week-end with Mrs. Oliver Sly. : The Congregational Aid Society will ,b<> guests of the Wasco Congregational (Aid Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. C. P. Morgan will leave for Los Angeles, where she, will attend the meeting of tho State Federation of Women's Clubs committee on constitution ami bylaws, which takes place on Thursday. On Friday und Saturday, January 27 and 2S, she will at- Jan. 21.—The annual election of officers for the Community Cluh was held Wednesday evening. Those elected for a second term were: Sirs. Bertha P. Elliot, president; Sirs. A. X. Elrod, vice-president, and Sirs, I. E. Culdwell, treas- Patterson and Glenn I was given a handkerchief shower and will serve with 14 presented with a special birthday cake. The Agenda Club announced a public bridge party for Thursday afternoon, January 26, at the Slasonlc temple, a charge of 35 cents to be made including refreshments. The annual financial report showed assets of $58,620 composed mainly of the local fairground property and the fair building. Deducting a $16,895 mortgage on the fairground, net assets over liabilities were set at $41,723. TO INSTALL OFFICERS Charley Gann, Mason MeMurray and OILDALE, Jan. 21.—Tho Ladles' Aid FELLOWS -f FELLOWS, Jan. 21.—A. IT. Baker of 'he Santa. Fe, who became 111 lost Sunday, Is still confined to heel. The Rev. Cecil Morris, pastor of the local Christian church, Is ill with an attack of the flu. B. L. Marble were named trustees, nnd Russell Fitch was elected for his first term as secretary. A potluck dinner was enjoyed by those present and a large crowd attended. Society of the Congregational church \vlll hold their annual Installation of officers Wednesday afternoon, Janu- WASCO BAKERY CLOSING WASCO, Jan. 21.—The Wasco Bakery which has been operated by Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bradley will be closed after next week, as Mr. and Mrs. Bradley will open a Bhop In the new Bakersfleld Market on Nineteenth dinner guests at the home of her brother. 11. H. Weller recently. About 15 young people of the Full Gospel church were entertained at a turkey dinner at the J. E. Sllchaels home one evening recently. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fields and Floyd Hicks of Bakersfleld were recent dinner guests at the Chas. Barksdalo home. Recent dinner guests at the Oral Parish home were Miss Myrtle Lulck nnd Miss Myrtle Snyder of Bakersfield. Mrs. S. E. L. Wharton was hostess to a group of friends at a dessert bridge party on Thursday afternoon. The guests were Mesdames \j. W. Frlck. Forrest Frick. M. F. Parish. Lee ary 2D, at 2 o'clock, at the Community street. The Bradleys have made many Cluh. All members are requested to friends- In the community who will be attend. ' sorry to have them leave. SUNDAY SERVICES IN LOCAL CHURCHES Bunce, Lester Frlck, son and O. C. Young. H. Q. Thomp- Flrst Methodist Episcopal Church St. Paul's Church (Episcopal) Corner Seventeenth and 1 Streets Calvary Baptist Church Corner of Kern and Miles Streets "Do the Dead Go to Heaven, Paradise, or Purgatory at Death?" Lecture Sunday Evening 7:30 o'Clock lecture to women's club groups of tho southern district on Indian history and welfare. Her Itinerary will Include towns between San Diego und Los Angeles. Donald Little, small son of T. V. Little, Is 111 with pneumonia. Sir. and Mrs. \V. L. Chllders were in Coallnea last Tuesday. Fire broke out in the Earl Fruit Company warehouse Wednesday evening about 10 o'clock. People cross- Ing the track at that time turned In the alarm. It was not necessary to use tho hose as thoRo who discovered Man." This Is a special message arranged especially In honor of the 100 or more "Odd Fellows" who are to attend tho morning service en masse. Evening service, 6 o'clock. Dr. Watson will tell tho life story of Charles Wesley, and the story of that great hymn, esn.s Lover of My Soul." l<;pworth Leagues meet at 0:15 p. in. Wednesday night at 6:15 o'clock ••II I,,- li.-lil the fourth of the "Family Church Night" programs. A 35c dln- ntr is sorvti'l l;y tho Luaies' Aid. Cir.•!,• Nil 2 has 'charge this week. Dr. Wat.son has a short devotional following this At the conclusion of tho de- the fire had It under control. Don Little, 7-year-old son of Mr., „ .... _ and Mrs. T. A'. Little, is recovering to a mission study class, from pneumonia. | James V. Wilson and Robert L. (Gates went to Los Angeles for the I week-end. ! There, will he a Farm Bureau meeting Monday evening at 7:30 In th.e music room of the Rlchland Grammar | School. Preceding the meeting, there will be a potluck supper in the cafeteria at G:30. August Bender, president, announces that there will he music and reports of committees, talks hy M. A. Llmlsey. farm adviser of Kern county, H. If. Seamans on the Ventura fruit convention, and E. C. ISckman on farm agricultural credit. The Senators and several people Interested went to Waseo where they attended a council of North Kern district groups, Friday evening. The district includes Delano, Khafier, McFarland and Wasco. Annual election of officers was held. '' h votionals tho meeting Is turned over First Congregational Church Seventeenth and G Streeta Kev. A. S. Donat, Pastor Sunday school for all ages meets at The Rev. William E. Patrick, Rector I Evangelist Albert T. Douglass, Acting ;r Epiphany, serv- I Supply Pa; Third Sunday after Ices as follows: 8 a. in., holy communion; 9:45 a. in., church school; 11 o'clock, morning prayer and sermon by the Rev. William E. Patrick. Meet- ustor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Gregor, general superintendent. Come, bring the children. Mdrnlng service, 11 o'clock. The Rev. Sir. Douglass ings next week: Tuesday, nt 1 p. m.. i will preach at both Bet-vices. Morning St. James' Church, Sonora, annual ! U\eme, _"Why Are You Trouhled? \\ hy meeting of diocesan Church Service " League; Wednesday and Thursday, also at St. James' Church, Souoru, twenty-third annual convocation of tho missionary di.strict of San Joa- I Theme, D:30 a. in. The Friendship class conducted for the adults by M. F. Wlloox meets at 10 o'clock. The morning service Is at 11 o'clock. The pastor will preach tlons.' r The on "Christian ArgonautN meet at G:80 p, in. The evening service Is hold at 7:80 o'clock. Address will be given by Leonard Dahlqulst, secretary of the Kings and Kern county Y. M. C. A., on tho timely subject, "Whither Youth?" Music for all services. First Christian Church Sixteenth and 1 Streets * Charles H. Hulmo, Minister tiuln; Wednesday at Ilakersfleld, at 1 p. in., St. Paul's Guild; at. 7:30 p.' m., choir rehearsal; at S p. m., St. Margaret's Guild; Friday at. 4 p. m., candidates of tho Girls' Friendly Society. Christian Science Eighteenth und C Streets First Church of Christ, Scientist, ,.;' ; Bakorsfleld, branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, ' Scientist, in Boston, .Mass., holds Sunday services at 11 a. in. and at S p. m. Sunday school at 0:30 a. m. AVedne.s- day evening meeting at 8 o'clock. The reading room, located at 324 Brower building, is open from 10 a. m. to I P. m. and from 7 to 9 p. in. dally, except Sundays, Wednesdays and holidays und on Wednesdays from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. On holidays from 2 to 4 p. m. The HUbject for Sunday's Bible | Lesson is "Truth." Does the World Doubt God?" All Young People's Unions meet at G:30, and should remain for the public worship. Evening service. 7:oO o'clock. "Has God Forsaken the Does He Realize the Condi- The monthly meeting of the Weed Patch Farm Bureau was attended by about a hundred and twenty-five persons. A potluck dinner was enjoyed, which was followed hy a program and the regular routine business meeting. Bert Easley and his jazz babies entertained with several dance numbers. Two pupils of Sirs. Myra Wallace Doss gave readings. H. Grlffls gave a vaudeville act as a blackface comedian. Sirs. Ratllff of Arvln spoke nn welfare work at Arvin: Sirs. A. R. Osborn talked on the community welfare and Sirs. C'-irl Nalr spoke on tile work of the P. T. A. Those who attended the Weed Patch Home Department meeting at the home of Sirs. R. Swartz In Bakersfleld were Mesdames O. L. Duty. O. L. Frost. O. C. Young, L. W. Frlck LPO Bunco. SI. F. Parish. Oral Parish. Thelma Hoke, H. G. Thompson, Cleors-e Thornhurgh, Clikard and Luella Combs. •» • » Zlta Grefrath nnd Elizabeth Emmerald. The guests were Deloras Hope, I <?>Trma Klassen, Dorothy Grubb, Frances WASCO Thompson, Helen Emmerald and Mrs. George Summorvllle. NORRIS NORRTS. Jan. 21.—Sir. and Sirs. John Vastblnder and Ron Jack have moved from the John Boese ranch to Oildale. Sir. and Sirs. R. F. Snow and children, Earl, A'lrginla, Eva and Roger, motored to Granite Station Sunday to visit with tho E. L. Snow family. Sirs, W. V. Klrby and Mrs. R. F. Snow*attended the farm home department meeting at Sirs. F. SI. Hasson's home in Fairhaven, Friday afternoon, where plans for the dressmaking school were discussed. The Norrls Fleet Finger 4-H Club met nt the home of Sirs. R. F. Snow Saturday. Those attending were Julia and Slarcellna Slnndfliuru, Odette Davin, Slurion Rhoilen, Eulalla and Slar- cellna Yrtbarren, Virginia and Eva Snow. R. Rose nnd family of Rosedale have moved to the Boese estate. W. Hunter has moved a seven-room house on one of his ranches and Is making improvements. Samuel Relna gave a party at the home of his parents for his coworkers at the California Cotton Association, AVednesday evening. Those present were Sir. and Sirs. White. Mr. and Mrs. Hopper, Sir. and Sirs. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Trout, Sir. Lewis, Sllss^ N. Flella und SIlss O. Dickson. A shower was held at the home of ARVIN muslc. Earth ? tlon the World Is Now In?" Special I A.RVIN, Jan. 21.—Those going to """•'" ; Vlneland Tuesday afternoon to hear John F. Dole, director of parent edu- 1 cation instruction for the state, were ; Mesdames M. H. Krauter, L. T/. Bea: vers, Quln Stuart, W. T. Mahln. R. L. Stockton, Harry Cheevors, 0. W r . Rat- Sir. and Sirs. Walter Robinson on i Wednesday afternoon for Sirs. H. X. i Robinson. Af*.<*r a social hour re,; freshments were served. Slany lovely gifts were received by Sirs. Robinson. Those present were Sfesdnmos P. Davin, SI. Hawn, L. Buckley, C. Robinson, SI. Ansolabehere. S. F. Klrby, SI. i G. Hurt, Weaver Klrby. F. Elche-<•> | verry, James Cave. J. Davln, Fellv Etcheverry. W. V. Kirby, Walter Robinson, R. F. Snow, und Miss Alice Full Gospel Tabernacle Seventeenth and O Streets Charles Wesley Ople, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Slornlng service, 11 o'clock. Text, "When We May Expect to be Led hy God." Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Evangelistic service. A grand song service and plenty of chorus singing will be a special feature of our evening service. Tuesday evening at 7:30 preaching will bo in lower auditorium. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Dr. Ijewls Pat- mont. who Is an authority on the llff. Mrs. Merrill Barlow Is 111 with In- Davln and Marjorle Robinson. Clifford Hart motored to Portervllle Wednesday. Mrs. R. Morgan has sold her herd of dairy cows. WASCO, Jan. 21.—Reservations hnvj been made for cabins at Voscinite fur members of the San Joaquln Power Club of Wusco und their families for the week-end to enjoy a snow party. Sir. und Sirs. Uruden Clark an-l daughter were recent visitors at thu home of Sir. and Sirs. Delmar Laney. who were former residents of "Wnsco. SIlss Catherine Dequtne Is 111 in Kcru General Hospital, where she was operated on for appendicitis recently. SiisH Roberta Thomas has returned lo her home in Fresno, after visiting at ..e home of Mr. and Sirs. Juult Bennett. Sirs. H. Ratllff and baby of Tulwi, Okla., are here with Sir. and Sirs. Herbert Prltschke, and other relatives, for a visit. Mrs. Ratllff Is a slater ,vt Sirs. PritHchke und Sirs. J. SI. Acrni. and a daughter of Sirs. E. Gtlbreath. Sir. and Sirs. H. G. Bryson entertained at dinner on Tuesday evening Sir. und Slrw. Edwin Booth and sons Albert. Wilbur and Donald. jind . . . Mrs. Jo Altrlngcr, and Gcruldine and Stanton Bryson. The evening was spent In playing five hundred. Mr. and Sirs. Jamea Little had as recent dinner guests Sir. and Sirs. Jack Little and Sllss Carrie Boydc, all of Wasco. P. SI. Slashburn, who has been dairying on the Willis Ford place for the past few years, recently purchased, the old Baldwin place two miles southwest oft Wasco. He has moved his large dairy herd there and expects to make extensive improvements In the near future. Mr. Coronas, of Fullerton. has leased the Ford place but will Improve the house before moving his family from tho south. Virgil Durando, lit-yoar-old son of Mr. B. Durando, fell and broke his arm while playing on the school grounds a few days ago. Bernard Durando, one of the leading vlneyiirdlstB of San Joaquln valley, IB digging up his 40 acres of Muscat grupos one and one-half mllea south of Wasco. The land will be utilized for diversified farming. Mr. and Mrs. John Nale motored to LOH Angeles Thursday to attend the funeral of Sirs. Kvu Niilo, wife of Harry Nalo. Interment took place Friday 1n the Forest Lawn Cemetery. Harry Nale Is a brother of John Nnlo and accompanied him homo for a few days' visit. Sirs. James LI' lie entertained re- at :m oUl-funhloned oulltlug bee. Slesdames Bruce Little, Wooden, Gwendolln Mncklln and Jack Little. WALKERS BASIN present condition of Russia, will speak luls bccn r ,,, n0 ved to his home. fluenea. Mrs. Walter Roush Is taking her place at the Rock Pile.School. Friends of Mrs. Henry Bonesteele , are giving a luncheon In her honor <*> Saturday at the home of Mrs. 'O. W. ! J Ratllff. i WALKERS BASIN, Jan. 21.—Sirs. William Ray, who has been ill with i Percy SIllls has returned to her home pneumonia In a liukersfleld hospital, ' In Bukersflcld after spending several for us. The C. A. Young People will meet at (i:30 Sunday evening. A committee from the Welfare ; League mot at the home of Sirs. O. W. Ratllff Tuesday night. Plans are | helng made for a depression party to I weeks at her son's ranch In Walkers Basin. Percy Slills and Nancy Holson motored from BakerHfleld Sunday to visit friends and relatives here. Tabernacle Chester Avenue ami Uiphtli Street A million and n half people die every year In the United Status. Many have game which was to huvo been played i llnd r °' n11 y°u'»f people B ago*. Scr- Frlday afternoon, was postponed until! ""J" an '' ""."i" 1 "")?,".,' 1 ' 10:4 °' T, S ? ri " 01 ! Tuesday of next week on account of 'subject. "The Difference Between the weather ; r'hristlanlty and Religion." Six C'hris- Bible school at 9:45. "9S" class at j wondered what becomes of those dead. 9'30 Two olussoB for adult women | Evangelist Boothby will speak Sunday evening on the subject, "Do the Dead Go to Heaven, Paradise, or Purgnlorv at Death?" Evangelist Don Illatt Spillman and his big vested choir will sing. There will ho meetings every night next week except Slonday and Sutur- The Boothby-Spillman Tabernacle Corner Chester Avenue and Eighth Street Big Vested Choir and Other Good Music- Meetings Every Night Except Monday and Saturday Cumm ings Valley Cl-'MStlNOR VALLI'Y, Jan. 21— Vis: itors at the Ciinmilngs homo during tho last weuk-oiul were Sir. and Mrs. Joe Thayer. mi Monday. tlan Endeavor societies at 6:30. Sermon ut 7:30. Subject, "The Destinies of Mankind." A sermon Illustrated by use of a chart with Bible diagrams. Special music. Unity Truth Center Delia Shutts, Leader 1662'^. Chester Avenue. Phone 4f>14 Sunday school. 9:4r, a. nu Slornlng service, 11 o'clock. Subject taken from Psalms 126:3, "Jehovah hath done day. First Nazarene Church Fourth Street and Chester Avenue Sunday school,' 9:45' a. in.; morning ! ' W.' P.' Nance. "a(-coiripaiiied ""by" St. | ,. f ; lm ? llml Florence and Wallace lie given oil January 27 and a va'lcn- Guest a at the SIllls ranch Sunday tine party to he given February 10. ; Wl ' re Mr - lln<1 ? Ir »- w - n - Wootl^ J. T. service, 11 o'clock. Subject, "Helloes From the Lindsay." I list riot. Evening Convention nt service, 7:!!0 oVloek. Text, II c-or. K', 1. "Visions and Revelations of God." The senior N. V. P. There will will meet at ti:30 p. m. be special musli 1 . Kern V. P. S. rally, Stonday. District Superintendent Smee and the Reverend U. H. C'arloU will bo in charge of convention. First Presbyterian Church Corner Seventeenth and H Streets Rev. John Murdoch, pastor Anglo-Saxon Federation of America < I Tmlenom I national) ilOii I 1 ' Street P. Curmak of AVasco, went to Fresno on Tuesday to attend a dinner and Wood. Alice und Rachel Rnnkln and a few mooting of 'the San Joaquln Valley As- • ^, l .? l 'J a ^ ££?,",',„'J 10 W6 ojt-end at tho Hoclntlnn of llemocruts. The meeting " "" ••" ' •• -• was held at thn Hotel Fresno. Sfrs. R. L. Ratllff is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Shell of Bukers- fiold. ! MOUNTAIN VIEW I Raiikln ru.nnh hero. W. .13. Johns has moved his horses from their summer range to warmer quarters for tho winter. Among tho lucky ones to finish the I major part of • their planting before the snowstorm were David Mills and Wilfred Wood. A stag party was held at the Sic- Koo ranch last Saturday night. Those participating were Slcssrs. James Sunday' school. «:45 ii ni. Theme ; " ov - Philip E. J. MOIIMOII Bible L'x- Slontlel, Floyd Wallace Wood. Paull, AVIlfred. and They left for Bakorsfleld I great things for us, whereof we are for the month of January, "Service." Morning service, Joliu 0:4. Theme, Hvenlng service, 7:30 o'clock. Text, 11 o'clock. Text, 'Troubled Waters." . Roland Hill and his daughters, Slar- iraret and Jean, spent the last week- rnd in the valley. Sirs. Hill was vls- UltiK In Los Angeles. Will and Mllo Sprinkle went DitkerKfleld on Slonday, returning with a loaded truck. It took them 10 hours i 10 cfiniH up from Bakersfleld through ( the storm. 1 Ellis Malott. who has been visiting I in the Herndon home, returned to Costa Mesa Wednesilay. H« was ac- I'oinpaiiit-d hy J. L. Herndon, who will visit friends in the vicinity of Los An| gt-les before returning hoinu, ; Mrs. Joe .Sasla was on the hostess ! rommltti-,' whli-h gave u five hundred ; party Thumluy night for tho ladles <,f the Cnthollf Church In Tehachupi. II. It. liohnu visited Cummlngs val- Iry tills we-f'k. ; There was a l.'i-infh fMl of hnow during Monday and Tuesday of this V cr-li. o'clock. LOBHons In Truth. Monday, N p. in. Business clinic, Wednesday. S t>. m. Dally meditation, "Spiritual Hookup," 1 to 1:15 P. m. Center open to I from 9 a, m. to 5 p. m. St. John's Lutheran Church Corner Twentieth and C Streets Ix>uls A. Kueffner, Pastor Sunday school and adult Bible class, 9:45 a. m. All flasses meet in the church hall on C Htreet between Nineteenth and Twentieth. Bible class taught hy the. pastor. Divine services 27:22. Theme, "Christ a Per Christian Endeavor nieet- ( Ings at 6:30 p. m. World's Friendship class at 6:30 at 7:30 p 6:30 p. L in. W in. Slid week service 'edncsdiiy. posltor and Lecturer Subject, "Thp Merchants of Tarshish and All the Young Lions Thereof." Ephrulm and Slunassch defending Palestine against all Hie other nations. Freo Blblo study clasnes every Tuesday at 7:30 p. in. Bible correspondence course. I MOUNTAIN VIEW, Jan. 21.— Mrs. | L. J. Young and daughter Mary were Wednesday afternoon guests In the G. I J . Tlionihurg home. i I William Iluetcr has received the sad i ' news of the recent death of hla father « in Illinois. | ^ Friends ami neighbors extend sym- DELANO DRLANO, Jan. 21.—D. A. Knoles of at 10:110 With God." a. m. Subject. "Walking Sunshine Mission Fresno Highway, Rivervlew Sirs. S. F. (Jllle'sple, Director Sunday school, 9:45 H. in. Children's Korvlcen, 8 p. m. Vouncr people, Mrs. W. T. Ollus. leader. Evening service. li o'clock. Text, "Danger of Living Just for Things." Luke 12-.1S-21. Young people's Bllilo study and memory verwe campaign. First Baptist Church Truxtun Avenue Between \, and St Streets Rev. Frank O. Belden, Pastor > Sunday school, 9:4f> a. m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Text, "A Prophet's Prayer." Evening service. 7:30 o'clock. Text, "Tho Reoentlvo Spirit." Morning nnd evening music. There will be a baptism in connection with the evening service. ! puthy to J. C. Klmbrlel In the loss of ! Bui-stow slopped In town on Wednoa- i his father. i day afternoon to visit with his sister, ,' The committee In chrirge of tho cuf- ; Mrs. John SI. Haberfelde and family. ! eterla dinner to he served at Slmm- Burton Green of Bakersfleld was a tain View church Friday evening, Jan- Wednesday luncheon euest of his rel- uiiry 27, have planned an inviting ' a 'V' OH ', Mr. and Mrs. I5jnMd L. Sniff let. menu. The hoys of Mngumlen district . Hank and Robert Schnldach have re- will give u program following dinner, turned to ban l.'ranclsco after a visit Spiritual Science Church 1204 Baker Street Rev. Josi'phino Edwards, Pastor ICvenlng service, ":4D o'clock; alao Tuesday and Thursday, 7:45 p. m. Text, Twenty-third Psalm. Also Sun- ilay at "•'!" Trinity Spiritual Church Woodman Building Basement Rev. Mary Crlswcll Kratcc, Pastor Phone 514S Sunday evening services only. 7:.10 o'clock. .Subject, "Do \Vo Really Dlo?" Pastor will conduct the BCTV- lei- and give all th« nie«Mage». Church of Christ L! and Twentieth Streets U. R. Forrest. Minister i Sunday school, 0:45 u. in.. Sfornlng | service, 11 o'clock. Stihject. "Faithfulness." Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "The Supreme Question." The evening sermon Is the fifth of a ! .series on the subject announced. Karl Alnnniiii and Young Thornburg entertained at u bridge party Tuesday evening at the CJ. V. Thoni- burg home. First prizes went to Sf*i. Kverett Thornbnrg and Ed Paxlon, and consolation to Sir. and Sirs. Orval llstes. Refreshments were served by the hoslS to Slessrs. anil " Orval ISstcs, Wesley Burgess, Harold Fllkel, ICvcrett Thornburg, Misses Marie Filled, ller- thu Rneter and Elsie Parish, anj Ed Pus ton. here w,lth their uncle and aunt, air. and Sirs. J. SI. Haberfelde. Sirs. D. L. Shifflot was a Tuesday business und pleasure visitor at the county seut. The Rev. Christian C. van Gorkom, pastor of the Shufler Baptist Church, . .. , - and Mrs. Van Clurkoin BpenL WeUncs- iml Mesdumes, dny morning visiting with Sir. and Huerkle, Karl ! Mrs. Fred Nelson, Sir. and Sirs. Wlll- ,,,„! ,n .» )nm ri0 bliison, Sirs. D. L. Hedrlck und Sir. und Mr«. H. S. McCleuB, Frank Peterson of Kurllmart was u Thursday business visitor In town. <-.> RIO BRAVO RIO BRAVO. Jan. 21.— The entire eighth grade of the Rio Bravo school passed the Constitution oxamlnutloif which was given this week. . members of the eluau are Tho 10 C'lnudlii Haney, Wilbur Stewart, Ellen Kfnow, Theresa Happ, Donu'ld Suydam. Emma Nikkei, Lora \\~liltc, Loroy Temple,* Elnor Suhlcrlmunn, and Fred Lor- Ing. Donald Suydnm, Lcroy Temple and Elnor Schlorlnmmi received 100 per cent on the test. Tho Reverend Mr. Martin of Bakorn- fiohl will prearh at tho Rio Bravo schoolliDUso following tlio Sunday school HONNloii, Sunday, January 22. II. was decided hy tho Sunday school to have the Reverend Mr. Martin hold services every other Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Devlin announce the, arrival of a baby girl, Mor- anne Joypo, at tho Allen Maternity Home In Bakorsfiold, on January 18. Fred Weddle of J-vllows mid I.'. T. Sullivan of Bakorsfleld were cullers at the AV. B. Wilson home Friday afternoon. Earl Calder, an employe of tho Union Oil Company of tho Ulo Univo station, Is confined to Ills homo with an attack of pneumonia. Verdi Wilson attended the play "An Old-fashioned Mother," given by tho senior Christian Endeavor Sonloty of First Christian Church last night. OILDALE OILDALK. Jan. 21.—Mr. nnd Sir*. George Preston of the Kern River oil fields, were recent visitors at the Glen Preston home, also Mrs. Archie Hughes. Dona Thomas iu at homo recovering from u tonsil operation which was performed Wednesday at Kern General Houpltul. Mr. and Sirs. Glonn WutenburBor of rennossoo. arc guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wiitonhnrt'or of nivorvlmv. Sir. nnd Sirs. AVtironljur- Bor Intend to remain hero InUefliilluly.

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