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THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1FORN1AN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS *•'•'.>!?!'•" «•'•'•*?.' Mrs. Allen Will Be Hostess j jit All Day Session at j Delano < HKLANO. Jan. 24.—Mrs. Will I. Allen will bf- hostess to the members of the Woman's Council of tho Community Church which will meet In all-day session on Thursday at her Main street home. The gathering will convene at 10:30 and the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will meet during the morning. Mrs. R. A. Davidson will preside. Following the short business session the program will be given. Mrs. E. M. Smith will lead the devotional hour. The subject will be, "Tho Quenchless Thirst." Mrs. Frank J. Coddlngton will lend the program hour. Mrs. Coddlngton will take the fourth chapter of the study book, "Lady Fourth Daughter nf Chln:i." with the subject, "The Salt Marsh of Disease." Mrs. E. M. Smith will speiili on Ihp "Needless Toll." Mrs. .tolin M. Kyte will have the subject. "Christian Pioneers in Health." Mrs. Will I. Allen will speak on "Disease Healing." There will be two other subjects, "Healing the Sick," and "A Doctor's Note Book." The Ladles' Aid will meet during the afternoon with Mrs. Ben C. .Shearer presiding. Plans for future work will be developed and Mrs. John (1. Shine will glvi- the chapter from i lie study hook. "Christ of the Mount," by E. Stanley Jones. Driver Narrowly Escapes Death in Overturned Truck DELANO, Jan. 24.—Stuart White of Fresno, truck driver for the American Transfer Oil Company, was rele«s«d from Delano Hospital on Sunday night after receiving first aid treatment following an accident Sunday afternoon. White was coming north on the Golden State highway with a load of gasoline, and when 1J/z miles south of town he fell asleep and his truck went off the highway Into the soft dirt and overturned. He was pinned under the truck for half an hour before passing motorists brought him to the hospital. His clothes were soaked with gasoline, but his only injury was a cut on his right arm. His company Instructed him to guard th« truck until It could be moved, and he returned to the scene of the accident. GIVE ANNUAL DANCE AT _ MAHICOPA. Jan. 24.— The Girls' Athletic Association of tho Marlcopa High School held Its annual dance In the high school auditorium Saturday evening. Preceding the dancing, for which Helen Moore's orchestra furnished music, a program was presented by members. The program was as follows: Instrumental trio con- TAFT, Jan. 24. — An exceptionally good attendance was reported at tho continued meeting of the West Side district committee of Boy Scouts Friday night In tho city hall. Tho meeting was called at 7;30 o'clock with Frank A. Baunmn presiding as chairman. Nominations were opened for treasurer and E. Guy Hoffman wns nominated and unanimously elected to the position. Matters of special Interest wore discussed and plans were laid for a more active and extensive program for the ensuing year. Tho next court of honor received a great deal of consideration and It was finally r.greod that It will be held Friday, January 27, at 7:.10 o'clock In the Roosevelt School auditorium. The parents of all Scouts and their friends are urgently requested to be present. Tho entire scout movement on the West Side Is tho result, of voluntary n.dult leadership, in most cases by men who have oilier duties aside from t-coutlng. The Interest of the parents of scouts Is tho most Important factor in the promotion of scouting ami without It the adult leaders and tho scouts themselves become dU- couraged and lose Interest. Tho committee elected, for thu ensuing year, to urge the co-operation of every parent and every person Interested In the movement by attending troop meeting, boards of review mid courts of honor, thereby acquainting themselves with the meth- sisting of Lucille Rush, Lois Deaton Rankln, Klulne accompanied by U1O BRAVO, Jan. 24.—More than 100 were in attendance at tho program which was sponsored by the Rio Bravo i.'hristlan Endeavor basketball club .Saturday evening at the Rio Bravo schoolhouse. The entertainment, which was given to raise funds for the club, consisted of two trumpet solos by Allen Bartel, accompanied by John -Hetz of Shatter: a vocal duct, "Sailing Along to Hawaii," by Misses Margaret Mecham and Frances Wilson, accompanied by Mrs. Hazel Haag. and a one-act play, "Moonshine," by Woodrow Graves and Htirlln Wilson. The remainder of the program was furnished by Colonel O. S. Grant and his "Texans" of McFarland, who sang, yodeled and gave sex'eral Impersonations. : Cake, sandwiches, coffee and cocoa were served. Arrangements were In charge of Woodrow Graves, Vcrcll Wilson, and Cecil White. Ina Moore, playing "Our Director" and "A Boy nnd a Girl Dancing"; a dance, "Sailor's Hornpipe," by Thelma Ingraham, Leota Cornell and Elizabeth Thorton, accompanied by Virginia Anderson; girls' sextette, Helen Morrison, Mary Lou Bond, Ina Moore, Mary Hillary, Jane Brandon, and Evalyn Ballagh, Hlldegardo Flelsher, accompanist, sang "Bare Foot Trail" and "Sweethearts Forever"; a dance, "Coquette," Helen Mae Hlxon and Drucllla Walker, accompanied by Ina Moore; and a three-act play, "Tom's Fiancee," presented by the following cast: Mrs. Stanhope, Mary Simp; her daughter, Bessie, Lucille Rankin; Tom's fiancee, Helen Maynard, Helen Braase; a stenographer, Miss Beulah Crums, Ruth E. Greene; Hulda, a maid, Virginia Dontanvllle. Virginia Bond directed. *- ods of scouting. Tho date for the annual father and son banquet will be announced soon, The arrangements committee includes Fay Curtis, chairman; F. A. Bauman, Norman F. Main, F. H. Wright and Campbell. DRAFTS WORLD "FOUR-YEAR PLAN" HOLD INSTALLATION FOR PYTHIAN Catarrhal Deafness or Head Noises Give Bridge Party at Shafter Home SHAFTER, Jan. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Englo entertained a. group of friends at a bridge party Saturday evening at their home. Green and white colors were used In table ap- I pointments for the midnight lunch. I Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen O. Nay, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Latta, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hare, Mr. and Mrs. Vanatta, M. and Mrs. J. B. Henderson, Mrs. M. R. Hare, Mrs. Rose Mary . . . ...... Willis, Miss Olive Oskey, Mr. and If you have catarrh, catarrhal deaf- i Mrs p u Arno i d| Mrs . LeO na Vanness or head noises caused by ca- atta won h|gn score tarrh, you should know that these _^_» distressing symptoms may frequently be overcome by this simple home I treatment. j Secure from your druggist l or,. Par- I mint (Double Strength). Take this home and add ',4 pint hot water and k little sugar. One tablespoonful four times a day should quickly and completely relieve distressing head noises and deafness due to catarrh, loss of smell and taste, and dropping mucous. If nearly ninety per cent, of all ear troubles are catarrhal, there must be many whose hearing Parmlnt •;ould help.—Adv. PLAN INSTALLATION AT KERNVILLE LODGES KERNVILLE, Jan. 24.—Installation ceremonies, which were postponed from last Thursday, In the seating of new officers for the Kernville lodges of Odd Fellows nnd Rebekahs, will be held at the 1. O. O. F. hall In Kern- vlllc, Thursday evening, January 28. The meeting will be an open one, to which tho public Is cordially Invited. The.installatlng teams of both or\ ders are comprised wholly of Kern- vlllo members. The team for the Re- brknh lodge recently Installed officers :it Delano for that order. Salmon O, Levlnson, shown above In a new camera study, has drafted • new plan submitted to a beset world by a committee of business man, educators, lawyers and civic leaders. Levlnson, a Chicago lawyer, often consulted by presidents and statesmen, contributed many Ideas to the Kellogg.Brland pact to outlaw war. The new plan for world recovery proposes a four-year arms holiday, final scaling down and payment of war debts In' four years, and progressive reduction of armaments thereafter. HIGHWAYS IN KERNVILLE AREA ARE KEPT OPEN BY SNOW CREW T7-ERNVILLE, Jan. 24.—Snow that JV started falling In the "early hours of Monday In the Kern river section was steadily continuing until past noon with no sign of diminishing, the snow depth being about one foot. Inquiry Into road conditions report principally traveled county roads as passable, with the exception of the river highway to Falrview and Durrwood, where It is said approximately four feet of snow has fallen. Also tho road from Kernville to Alta Sierra on Greenhorn mountain. Bob Langstrom, Miss Ferguson Is Hostess at Party MAGUND13N, Jan. 24.—Miss Evelyn Ferguson entertained a group of friends Friday evening at the homo of her sister, Mrs. Ed Moss. Card games were enjoyed. A novel feature of tho evening was that tho party motored to the S. H. Fllkel home, where Miss Grace Fllkel was surprised with a handkerchief shower, the oc- HILIl O. IIIUIUHCK..III. o , ijJll-H. JjOll SI1CIIOM mUlOFBU IO jrUI'lOl- coslon being her twenty-first birth- vlne 01) p rMfLy n | g ii t where they at- operator of the store at Alta Sierra, snowshoed into Kernville from that point Saturday, reporting seven feet of snow at that time, which the present storm has greatly increased. The state highway from Bakersfield up the Kern River canyon and over Walkers Pass is reported open. This artery is being patrolled night and day by crews equipped with proper machinery to keep the highway clear. Also maintained along this route are state trucks to lend aid to any motorist who may require assistance. McKITTRICK, Jan. 24,—Tho Installation of officers of Harmony Temple No. 30, Pythian Sisters, was hold nt Red Men's hall on Thursday evening, January 1.9, Meeting was called to order by M. E. C. Mrs. Alice Goodman, followed by presentation of flag and singing of America, after which the meeting was turned over to tho Installing officer, Mrs. Kattlo Bell, who was escorted to her station by the grand majinger, Mrs. Etta Potter, and the grand senior, Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe. The following officers were Installed: Past chief, Mrs. Alice Goodman; most excellent chief, Mrs. Ethel McLennan; excellent senior, Mrs. Lou Candee: excellent junloi*, Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe; manager, Mrs. Doris Grant'; mistress of records and correspondence, Mrs. Jessie Schwab; mistress of finance, Mrs. Gertrude Pcden; protector, Mrs. Elsie Talmage: guard, Mrs. Stella Canvel. Gifts wcro presented to Mrs. Hattle Bell, Mrs. Lillian Arnold and • Mrs. Alice Goodman. After Installation the evening was spent playing bridge. High scores were awarded to Mrs. Hattle Bell and D. K. McLennan, while low scores went to Mrs. Geneva Graham and T. L. Peden. Committee in charge of bridge were Mrs. 1 Etta Potter and Mrs. Elsie Talmage. At the conclusion of the evening refreshments were served at. beautifully decorated tables. Committee in charge of the arrangements were Mrs. Lillian Arvold, Mrs. Lou Candee and Mrs. Alice Goodman. , '• •» • » Taft Scouts Spend Day in Snow Area TAFT, Jan. 24.—Scouts of Taft Troop No. 28, Boy Scouts, mot at the barracks Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and transportation was provided to the summit, of Templor grade where the day was spent in tho snow, tobogganing, sledding and other sports. At noon, a lunch was enjoyed around a camp fire. Transportation was provided by George Devlne, Howard Burdotto, C. C. Walters, Harold Crouch, assistant scoutmaster, the Pioneer Mercantile Company and Scoutmaster Kenneth Wenzel. Scouts In tho party were Hiram Torrey, Gene Kirby, Dewey McClellan, George McNeil, Robert Garlow, Luther Miller, Robert Devlne, Warren Frank, Phillip Kilmer, Robert Frlck, Roland Vaughn, Jack Fu- kushlma, George Fnkushlma, Everett Schmllt, Francis Colbert, Jack Rtid- ford, Fred Radford, Preston Burdetto, Ralph Oakes, Robert Townsend and Jack Smith. STUDENTS MAKE Fruitvalc Pupils ^^ 7 in Honor 1 With Highest Per Cent of Good Teeth mm w * ^m >w • » • • • • ^0 • • • • VMI** TO PLAY VOLLEY BALL FRUITVALE, Jan. 24.—The girls of Frultvale School have organized a volley ball team and will play their first game, of, the season on Thursday. Tho opponents will be the team representing Rosedale und the game will be played nt the grounds of the latter. The girls have been practicing faithfully and hope to even things up for the defeat recently suffered by tho Frultvale boys' basketball team at the hands of tho Rosednlc team. Following the are lineups: FRUITVALE, Jan. 24.— As a result of the visit of the county dental car to the Frultvalo School last Wednesday and Friday, the local school has been awarded a high honor. Miss McClough, county nurse who coil- ducted examination of children's teeth, visited tho school Monday and announced results. She said tint Frultvale suhool showed the highest. percentage of students having teeth In perfect condition of any of tho bounty schools examined to date, which Includes practically all of Kern's rural schools. Miss McClougli I has decided to organize a county-wldo health club, such club to lay purlieu* J lar stress on the proper care of tho I teeth. \ As a result of Fruit/vale's exceptionally high grado In dental hygiene, It IIHB been awarded the honor of selecting the name for the proposed county club and a local unit, composed of those students who showed :i perfect rating in tho recent examination, will be organized and be awarded the first memberships in the county club. Members of the club to remain in good standing must own and use a Frult- DELANO, Jan. 24. — Mrs. George Claudlno, president of tho Ladles' Altar Society of St. Mary's Catholic church, announces a- charity card party for Wednesday afternoon at tho parish hall. The party will open at 2:30 and tho price of admission will bo some article of food such as beans, rice, potatoes, or other staple. Mrs. J. B. Nicely Is chairman of the committee of arrangements and Is he- ing assisted by a large and efficient committee of the society. women who will assist Mrs. Qther Nicely arc Mesdames Albert C. Brockman of the Jasmine district, E. P. Benolt, vale—Lucille Stancllff. captain: Eleanor Stanford, Ruth Llesch, Rosalee Mills, Margaret Erase, Florence Dcnham, Frieda Owens, Virginia Hlghtower and Jewell Orton. dale, Renz, Helen Warkenin, Rose- Helen Repp, Charlotte AVilllams, Vera Moore, .Tohnadean Neufield, Edna Burrage, Ruby Elrich and Delia Huffman. J. F. DALE LECTURES AT Those students who did a perfect rating may toothbrush. not receive become members of the club bj" giving their teeth attention and meeting • the same requirements as charter members. Suitable buttons will bo given to ciich member. Members of the upper four grades will constitute active membership of the club, while * tho younger students will hold honorary memberships. Following are the Fruitvale pupils whoso teeth condition: wcro found In Eighth grade- perfect -Luclllo McFARLAND, Jan. 24.—J. F. Dale, Henry Gllroy, George Haddican, Cath- a member of tho state department of orlne Mahan, Foster Doty and Edward I education from Sacramento, was the Stancllff, Raymond Stewart, Rlchurd Orton, Eugene Griffin and Robert. Booth: seventh grade—Eleanor Stanford; sixth grade—Clarence Rca, Ei'- gene Medearls and Bob Chesney. fifth grade—Jessie Henderson, Bill Root, Rhoda Klzzlar, Betty Albo, Emma Goree, Lucie Dlxon and Dorothy Casterot. Fourth grade—Clara Jane Bowtlv. third grade—Joe Casterot, Olive Ogden and Chlrley .Albo; second grade— Elva Griblile and Viola. Klzzinr; first, grade—Emmett Cooper, Corman Glenn and Theresa Jucobscn. « Richardson. RICHGROVE RICHC.ROVE, Jan. 24.—Mr. and Shelton motored to Porter- Hostess at Bridge Party McFARLAND, Jan. 24.—Mrs. Elmer E. Lobre entertained at bridge at her home on Harlow avenue Friday afternoon for a group of friends. High- score prize was awarded to Mrs. W. J. Reid. Those enjoying the hostess' hospitality were Mesdames Tod Garrott, L. J. Flala, A. J. Peterson, Roy Jumper, W. J. Reid, Earl Prior and E. M. Hieglnbotham. day anniversary. Dainty refreshments were served the following guests: Misses Opal i Rountree, Evelyn Dennis, Velma Parker, Sula Dennison, Marie, Grace, and Eva Fllkel, Burgle Alexander. Leona Clark and GIVE DINNER PARTY McFARLAND, Jan. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker entertained at Sunday dinner for a group of friends. Places were marked for Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Calvert, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. McQueen and daughter Vernlce, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bow from the southern part of the state, tho host and hostess and their family, Doris, Eldon and Otha. tended a theater. Clarence Clary has returned to Escalon after several days spent here visiting with Mrs. Clary and Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Imbler. Mrs. W. A. Welch Is convalescing from a recent Illness with Influenza. Mrs. Arthur Woodhead and daughter, Joyce, have been In Los Angeles all the past week. They were detained longer than they expected because of snow on the Ridge. Saturday dinner guests at the Joe Topper ranch home were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Topper and. their daughter, Hazel Mae, and sons, Billy and Dickie, of Delano. Lon Shclton was a Saturday morning business visitor In Portervllle. Mrs. Joseph Topper Is convalescing from an attack of influenza. FRUITVALE FRUITVALE, Jan. 24.—Students of the upper grades at the Fruttvale School are planning organization of a harmonica band. Hubble Lee has returned from a visit with his parents at Whlttler to the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sanders of Green Acrea. Victor Heler recently suffered a painful Injury to his leg when he fell down the cellar steps at his home. The Kern county dental car was at the Frultvale School Wednesday and Friday last week. It was In charge of a county school nurse and reports of the children's teeth were sent to the parents. H. M. Baker, who recently move& to Green Acres, is improving his place by planting trees, grading and so forth. The dance given by the faculty Friday night at the school was well attended. An orchestra from Bakersfield provided the music and a good sum was added to the welfare' fund. Special features of the services of the Frultvale Union Sunday School on Sunday were a piano solo by Elva I Wright and a recitation by Opal Mills. Ben Comphor and family will move from Santa Maria to Fruitvale In the near future. Woman's Council to Sew at McFarland McFARLAND, Jan. 24.—An all-day j meeting of the Woman's Council will I be held Thursday at the country home of Mrs. Arnold Brown. A covered dish luncheon will be enjoyed at noon. A business session and devotional will be held during the afternoon. Tho remainder of the time will be spent doing welfare sewing. All members are urged to bring their lunch and attend the meeting. -a thousand yous WOODY speaker of the evening at the grammar school auditorium Monday night. | E. M. Higginbotham, district super- j intondent of the grammar school, 1n- i troduced J. W. Garrard of the Bak- j ersfleld High School, who in turn In! troduced the speaker. Mr. Dale has been in Bakersfield ind Kern county giving a series of ectures on parental education. He gave an Inspiring talk on the care and teaching of children. The audience entertained before the lecture with music by the students. CALIENTE WHEN you pick up your newspaper and glance over Ilic advertising you quite unconsciously multiply yourself a thousand times. In half or three-quarters of an hour you can, figuratively speaking, -visit every progressive store in town. You virtually poke your head into every department of every department store. You run into the florist's, the confectioner's, the oculist's, the leading groceries, banks, theaters, all the various places that supply the things thai make this the twentieth century and life worlh the living. Here is a greater choice in clothing, food, furniture, books, pictures, musical instruments, travel, entertainment, opportunities for investment, the service of public utility corporations than any monarch of old could command. It would easily take a thousand yous, traveling hard all days, to find out for yourself what the advertisements tell you in a few minutes morning or evening. Advertisements deserve your attention. They desei-ve your confidence. Without advertising, the prices you would have to pay for many of the necessities you now buy for small change would make a dollar look like a snowball on the kitchen range. WOODY, Jan. 24.—Miss Owen Devenish, school nurse, visited Blake School Wednesday. . Mrs. Pearl Olds visited at the G. H. ! Moore and C. W. Seeley homes Friday. • Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Newman are the I | proud parents of a baby girl, born i Tuesday at Allen Maternity Home in Bakersfleld. The little, miss is the first child and has\been named Danzel i May. \ i Mrs. W. J. Stephens has been ill for i the last two days, but is now improving. ; Mrs. Gail Ingersoll and children vls- I ited at the J. C. Rutlcdge home over j the week-end. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hughes called at ! the W. J. Stephens home Sunday eve- i nlng. » « » CALIENTE, Jan. 24.—Rain and Know to the extent of 3.55 Inches of moisture has brought the season's total to 8.57, which Is above normal and near last year's, which was 10.19 at the end of January. In 16 hours two full Inches fell, which Is heavy for this section. The Western Union Telegraph Company's $60,000 repair job being completed, Gustave Johnson and crew of 20 men left Saturday for Rosevllle, northern California. Lorlng F. Bennett of Taft and family visited his mother here recently. Willis E. Scott, postmaster, left Tuesday for Mt. Carmel, Indiana, because of the death of his father. His family accompanied him. Tom Duggan, roadmaster of the Southern Pacific Company at Tehach- apl, spent Wednesday night here, because of the heavy rain threatening the roadbed. George C. Bonner, second telegrapfer and clerk of the Southern Pacific here, motored to his home at Bakersfield Friday night. •* » » & _: « DELANO FELLOWS FELLOWS, Jan. 24. — Robert E. Hughes has returned to Fellows with his bride, who was formerly Miss Elizabeth Cameron of P,lxley. The wedding was solemnized on January 11 lit tho United Brethren Church In Fix- leq, the Rev. George B. MunclK read- Ing the nuptial vows. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes are now located In one of the Randall houses. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. West of the Santa Fe went'to Fresno Thursday to DELANO, Jan. 24.—Ormand Bryan. Earlimart business man, transacted business In town Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith and their son Leon motored to Plxloy on Friday evening, where they visited their relatives, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Smith. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Otha Slosson have returned to Long Bench days here for .Slossoii. father Otha Slosson. D. S. Baxter after spejidlng several the funeral of W. J. of Mrs. Moore and _. _. _.. of nunsmuir is here for two weeks' visit with his sister, Mrs. Hattle Cole, and his nephew, Amos Cole. Mr. Baxter makes an annual visit here with his relatives. Bobble Heck Is now able to be about after several weeks' siege of inflammatory rheumatism. Miss Cathleen Cave, student at the Fresno State Teachers' College, was a recent guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cave. SHAFTER SHAFTER, Jan. 4.— A birthday surprise party was given for Beenle Camp at the NorrlH School last Friday night by Mary Isaacs and Dorothy Utt of Rosedale. Joe Engle, Willene Camp, Tom Hammer, Blynn Scott, AI Swain, Elaine Anderson, Richard and Murray Arnold attended from Shafter. Miss S.irah Scott will return on January 31 from Pomona College at Clare- ment to spend the spring vacation with her parents. The Congregational Ladles' Aid members are requested to meet at the local church Thursday at 12 o'clock. They will drive f rom ^ there to the Wasco church, where they will be guests at luncheon. An interesting program is promised. The speakers will be Mr. and Mrs. Warner of Claremont, Mrs. Yausjy of Arvln and Mrs. R. S. Holding of Bakersfleld. A benefit card party will be held at the Women's clubhouse Thursday eve- be an admission Refreshments will be served and several prizes will bo awarded. Everyone Is cordlelly invited. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pedersen, Fred Manuel and John Sca- ronl were guests last Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Jack AVilson. ning. There will charge of 25 cents. Basketeers to Play Game at Rio Bravo FRtTTTVALE. Jan. '-'».—The Fruil- valo boys' basketball team will play their second game nf the season next Friday on tho Rio Bravo court. The boys have been end envoi-Ins to correct the faults which bi-nught on their defeat at the hands of Rosedalu recently, nnd hope to make a better showing in thi.s week's battle. Following Is the local lineup: Eugctu- Griffin, center: Eldon Klzziar, rlgh' forward: Frank Null, left forward: Victor Heler, right guard; Allan Ball, left guard: substitutes, Daniel Domln- guez, Richard Orton and Raymond Stewart. The latter is a new memlicr and is expected to add strength to the team. RIO BRAVO RIO BRAVO, Jan. 24.— Little Miss Marjorie Stanfield of Bakersfleld spent Saturday night and Sunday at the James E. Haag home. Mrs. Fannie Sophy and John Noble of Taft were guests at tho T. M." Martin home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thompson and family of Lamont called at tho Carl Miller home Sunday afternoon. Ray Caliler and Gerald Martin spent Sunday In the snow rald at Jack ranch. PANAMA TEHACHAPI TKHACHAPI, Jan. 24.— Mrs. Amanda ,. R £ vln i of Prcsno vlslted hero °" visit their daughter Miss Elsie West, ' Wednesday. who IK attending a business school there. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hustead and son Leo of the Santa Fe are leaving for Reseda, where' they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hieku spent Saturday In Bakersfield. Dr. R. G. Doupc and son Roy drove to Bakersf'eld Friday morning. Mr. und Mrs. L, J. Kanstcln drove to Vlctorvillo Saturday to cheer for Fire of unknown origin destroyed the home teams, which played baa- le homo of Lee Sparks on D street ketball there Saturday. lout 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. I T"p AVomcn's Auxiliary will hold a ••••••^ mmmm i meeting Wednesday evening, when re- the about MONEY TO LOAN en Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages No lrek*rag(...Ne cemmliilen. Lew rat* of lnt«r«it. Abioluttly Confidential. Cell. Writ*. Thane. THf ATKINS CORPORATION, Lei Ant«l«i lllfcHeerPec. Netl. lldi. - TRhiltvlMT portH of the district given. meeting will be PANAMA, Jan. H4.—Mr. and Mrs. James Owen and daughters, Helen and Olive, of Los Angeles, spent Sunday with Mrs. Owen's sister, Mrs. Paul Durisch. Carl Young of San Francisco visited at the E. M. Ash home on Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Ray Vanllorn has returned from a visit In Los Angeles. Misses Carol and Beverly Cowman received word Saturday of the death of their grandfather In Mexico, Missouri. Marguerite Davis of Bnkersfield spent the week-end with Lenore Huffman. Miss Ortha Durfcy is living with friends in Bakersfleld where she will romnin until she has finished the school year, when she will join her mother in Pismo Beiu'h. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Wright, who have been employed at the Peacock slock farm for several months, have gone to Fellows where they will reside. Guests at the Pole Romero ranch during tho week-end Included Minerva Tracy and Mr. aijd Mrs. Clyde Crnfton of Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dorland visited Friday with Mrs. Dorlnnd's uncle, M. York and family, of Edison. Misses Marguerite Romero and Virginia McCornmc, Robert Molding and Frank .Bennltt were dinner guests on Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smythe In Bakersflold. Other guests were Miss Margaret WIlllariiH and Hohart Henderson. Sum Eberle, who has been ill with pneumonia, Is slowly convalescing at his home south of Panama. DOGS GET A BREAK LONDON, Jan. 24. — London's canine' population IB rejoicing in the formation of several dog license clubs. This means that many dogs, which would have to be destroyed had their license fees not been paid, will be saved. The club enable dog owners to pay for their licenses on the Installment plat). NEW! A WET SP.OT The heaviest rainfall In tho world occurs on the southern slopes of the Himalaya mountains in northern India. Tho average annual precipitation ut Cherrapunji, In this region, Is about 40 feet, or slightly less than 500 inches. . Mr. and Mrs. Stanfield of Bakersfield called on the James E. llaup family Sunday aftornonn. Mrs. A. L. Conley entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of her daughters, Mrs. Leonard Temple and Mrs. Leslie Eldridge. Places wore laid for the daughters and their husbands and Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Conloy. S. W. Winter has returned from Oklahoma after moving his furnlturs to his new home in the cast. Mr. Winter, accompanied by his wife, will return to their new home In the near future. Mr. nnd Mrs. Whiting Martin and Mrs. Fay Martin visited at. the- Roy Martin home in Bakersfleld Sunday afternoon.' Vercll Wilson attended a Christian Endeavor meeting in Mojavo Sunday evening. Guests lit the Wesley Sapp hom<> Saturday were Mrs. Roy McClune and children, Jlmmie and Ray. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Bowers and daughter, Ruth May. Virgil Graves entertained friends from Shafter Sunday afternoon. Horse- hack riding was enjoyed. Guests worn Edna. Anette. and Oscar Spltzer and Freddie Duncan. Miss Tva Bnucrhman of Follows called nt the W. B. "Wilson home Sundav. • FOK HALITOSIS MOUTH-WASH GARGLE at HALF the usual price of other quality Antiseptics... TRIAL SIZE <A W/as in poor W health "I was in poor health frojm various {roubles. I have used a number of bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I think it is fine. 1 am now the mother of two nice healthy kiddies. I feel well and strong and I recommend this medicine to other women who need it."— MBS. HARRY CBAFT, Route 3, Apollo, Pennsylvania. Lyoia E, Pinkhaiii's Vegetable Compound

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