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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25,1933 COMMUNITY NEWS CONFER DEGREES AT KKH MEET Future Farmers Initiated With Special Program at School High WASCO, Jan. 25.—Degree of tho (?ro ( en hand and junior farmers were conferred upon members of tho Future Farmers of Wasco at their meeting Saturday evening at the high school, tyjfore a group of business men and their Instructor, J. L. Fldler. A program was given which Included songs by a quartot composed of Glen Bergthold, Roscoo Swlnney, Leonard Funk and Loyd Ferryman. Boxing matches between some of the candidates and soyeral other stunts composed tho Initiation. Arch R. Beckes 'directed the group of young men and expressed 'the interest, of tho Exchange Club In the agriculture department of the school. "Good Credit" was urged by John Vrba, manager of the local bank, In his talk to tho boys, and C. A, Campbell urged the boys to sot a goal and 1*y to reach It. The speakers of tho evening were made honorary members of the club and were awarded pins. The significance of the emblem pins was explained by Mr. Ifldler. Re. freshmenls were served. Tho committees woro Bill Rogers, Meryl Steinberg,. Vernon Knopf, Glen Bergthold, and J. L. Fldler, on the money-raising committee. The Initiation committee Is composed of Ros. coo Swlnney, Glen Bergthold. Chester Baggs and J. L. Fldler. William Kummorfeld, Roscoc Swln- ney and Albert Booth comprised the program committee. Tho refresh, niont? committee Includes Glen Bergthold, Meryl Steinberg, Chester B.aggs and Lorcn Voth. Tho following received the degree of the green hand: Louis Klassen, Alex Kloeppel, Denis Miller, George Stevens, Lawrence Holterman and Leonard Funk. The junior farmers degree was awarded to glen Berghtold. William Kummerfeld, Douglas Little, Chester Baggs, Meryl Steinberg, Albert Booth, BUI Roger, Loren Voth, Rclnhold Otto, Roscoe Swlnney and Homer Roskani. » DAUGHTER IS BORN DELANO, Jan. 25.—Mr. and Mrs. George Tate of the Earllmart district are announcing the birth of their second child on January 22 at the country home of Mrs. Tate's parents, near EirVllmart. The child Is a girl and weighed 30 pounds. Mother and daughter are doing nicely. Hold Final Rites for Andrew Lones DELANO, Jan. 25.—Relatives, friends and acquaintances attended the fu- nertil of Andrew Jackson Lones, of the Earllmart district, on Tuesday afternoon at 2;30 o'clock. The funeral was hold from the local Methodist church with the Rev. Stephen L.. laser, pns- tor of the Earlltnart and Methodist churches, preaching a sermon. The choir from the Earllmart church sang three hymns. Mr. Lones was a native of Ohio and was born In 1859, dying In his seventy- fourth year at the family ranch home three miles east of Earllmart on January 22. Death was due to pneumonia. The family has resided near. Earllmart for the past 19 years. Mrs. Elizabeth Lones, widow, and one son, Paul Lones, also of Earll- mart, survive. Interment was In Delano cemetery, where flowers banked the new grave. ARCH BECKES HEADS T •»*» UNIT PLANS SCHOOL BUTTONWILLOW, Jan. 25.—Tho Buttonwlllow Farm Home Department held Its regular meeting Friday afternoon at the San Joaquln Light and Power Corporation clubhouse. The meeting was very Interesting and beneficial. Plans were made for a two-day sewing school. The topic of tho day was "Self-Analysis," and a discussion on the new fabrics and fashions. Miss Lillian Brlnkman showed samples of tho new fabrics and revealed new Ideas on tho coming spring fashions. She also gave hints on how to make over last year's dresses. It was thought advisable for the Buttonwlllow women to join, with the Rio Bravo department for the sowing school some time in March. Tho next meeting topic will be "Making Plans for a Banquet." New project leaders were appointed by the chairman, Mrs. Rosa Brower. The lenders are: Millinery, Mrs. Helen Dickey; clothing, Miss Margaret Morgan; nutrition, Mrs. Jane Craig. The members present were: Mrs. Rosa Brower, chairman and Mesdames John Morgan, Herbert Stone, Pete Greenwall, James Morgan, BUI Dickey. Miss Margaret Morgan and Miss Brlukman. WASCO, Jan. 25.—Arch Beckes of Wasco was elected to head tho Kern County Council of Boy Scouts of North Kern district, at tho session of the organization held recently In Wasco. J. P. Hanson of Slmfter Is vice-chairman, W. B. McQuown of Delano, Scout commissioner. The* 1 members of the board of review Include R. S. Cribble, T. V. Little and E. Latta of Shafter. F. W. Herbert of Shafter was reappointod to have charge of the court of honor for another year. Director of publicity Is Colver H. Jones of Wasco. Mr. Beckes will announce other committees later. Plans are to reorganize the troops at McFarland and Pond. Those In attendance at the meeting were Robert Cooledgo, assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 36, Delano; K. M. Garner, W. B. McQuown, W. S. Scott, Robert H. Hlctt, T. R. Yoder, all of Delano; C. H. Jones, Dr. T. F. Prathcr, Georgo P. Coyne, Arch R. Bockes, Victor Crettol, of Wasco; W. H. Hitchcock, T. V. Little, J. P. Hnn- sen, F. N. Harmon, of Shafter, and Ray Moothart, W. S. Allen, D. F. Richardson and IT. W. Mellon of Delano. The chairman of the council the past year was W. S. Allen of Delano, with Dr. T. F. Prather as Scout commissioner. Educator at Wasco Will Give Lecture WASCO, Jan. 25.— Wasco High School P. T. A. members and friends aro to have tho privilege of hearing an illustrated lecture next Friday evening by C. C. Hill, principal of tho Wasco High School, on his recent travels through Canada and Canadian national parks. The lecture Is to bo given in the auditorium at 8 o'clock, free of charge. A musical program Is to be presented by Miss Winona Fry. A short business meeting will be conducted by tho president, Mrs. A. D. Fry. Safe Pleasant Way How would you llko to lose 15 pounds of fat In a month and at the same time Increase your energy and Improve your health? How would you like to lose your . , . , rfMW ....V fcv >vuu ^wul Bible Class Names Leaders at Meet OILDALE, Jan. 25.—The Senior Girls' Bible clajss of the Congregational Church met at the home of Mrs. J. H. McNaughton, of Rlverview recently and reorganized nnd held an election of officers. The new officers are: Ruth Green, president; Beulah AA r entherly, vice- president; June Baker, secretary, and Frances Goddard, treasurer. Give Jolly Dinner at Marshall Home McFARLAND, Jan. 25.—Tho homo | of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Marshall on California avenue was tho scone of a "no host" dinner recently when several of their friends met to celebrate birthday and wedding anniversaries of several of those present. After dinner the hours wore spent playing bridge, and high score awarus were won by Mrs. Charles Heard and "Seorge Eggleston. Enjoying the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall were Messrs. and Mcsdames Georgo Eggleston of Delano, J. C. Flnley, Charles Heard, Z. L. Williamson and L. R. Billings. VARIED PROGRAM IS ENJOYED BY FARM CENTER AT SHAFTER S HAH 1 of HAFTER, Jan. 25.—Tho first event the local farm center meeting Monday evening was a potluck dinner, attended by 82 members. J. P, Harris was In charge of the supper, aided by Mrs. L. A. Anderson, Mrs. E. G. Kohlbenstotter and Mrs. H. n. Jnnzen. A group of motion pictures show- Ing the various steps In butchering a sheep were shown. Tho meeting was called to order by August Bendor, president. Secretary Hitchcock rend the hilnutes of the last meeting, J. P. Harris reported on the condition of tho roads In Kern county. Woods Stone gave a report on potato acreage, saying that It w»uld bo cut considerably In comparison with last year. J. AV. Nikkei presented a detailed report on poultry raining In the vicinity. He said that Kern poultry raising had fallen off In quality because the farmers have been lax In giving blood tests. He encouraged the giving of those tests, saying that he had always given his services free of charge. White diarrhea germs, laid by tho hen on the Inside and outside of the egg, leaves the chicle small chance of avoiding this 'disease. W, TJ. Livers presented a resolution whereby tho Farm Service Company would'dlscontlnuo selling goods to Individuals outside the Farm Bureau. E. C. Kckmann also presented a resolution as follows: "Whereas, the potato growers of Kern and other counties have been loosing from 5 to 10 pounds In weight on each IUB of potatoes sold, due tp no regulation on weight of lugs. Both of those resolutions were passed unanimously. T. M. Martin, president of tho Kern County Farm Bureau, gave a report on tho county extension service, say- Ing that it Is "ono of the greatest systems of adult education, formed for tho purpose of helping tho farmer overcome his obstacles," He asked that Farm Bureau members give the extension sorvlco nil tho help possible, saying that there Is moneyed opposition to tho extension service by those who are at a disadvantage when farmers can bargain collectively. Ho stated that he would try to personally see every farmer before ho loft the district. Mr. Martin concluded his talk by Introducing M. A. Lindsay, farm adviser of tho county extension service. Ho gave figures on tho federal agricultural budget. This budget amounts to $308,000,000, $212,000,000 of which aro used annually for roads, while only $8,000,000 are devoted to extension service work. Ho appealed to all members to glvo their aid In hold- In^ the budget to Its present level. His main subject was an outline and explanation of tho Domestic Allotment plan. This, ho said, Is u plan whereby tho prices of certain commodities can pre-war levels, plan would censa to function, but. would automatically conin Into being again as soon as prices dropped. E. C. Kckmann reported on tho Farm Bureau conference which ho recently attended. Ho gave excerpts from the speeches of n. W. Bluckwell and others prominent In Farm Bureau activities. bo brought up to At this point tho McFARLAND skin HO clean and clear that it will compel admiration? How would you like to get your weight down to normal and at the same time develop that urge for activity that makes work a pleasure nnd also gain In ambition and keenness of mind? » Get on tho scales today and see how much you weigh—then get a bottle of Kruschen Salts which will last you 4 weeks nnd costs but a trifle. Take one half teaspoonful In a glass of hot water before breakfast every morning —.cut down on pastry and fatty meats —go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar—nnd when you have fln- 'ished the contents of this first bottle weigh yourself again. Now you will know the pleasant way lo lose unslghlly fat and you'll also know that the 6 salts of Kruschen have presented you with glorious health. To tako off fat harmlessly and SAFELY, take Kruschen every morning—don't worry—It's tho SAFE way to reduce. But bo suro for your health's sake tha'l you ask for and gel Kruschen Sails. Store, Get them at Hughes Drug Nineteenth and Chester, Klm- oium, n uiuitreii in ttiiu i^jie^itir, l\llll- ball & Stone, Eastern Drug Co., Service Drug Co., or any drugstore In the world and if the results one bottle ,'brings do not delight you—do not joyfully satisfy you—why money back. —Adv. Doctors Give Creosote For Dangerous Coughs For many years our best doctors hare prescribed creosote in tome form for oought, cold* and bronchitis, knowing bow dangerous it is to let them hang on. Creomulsion with creosote and six other highly important medicinal elements, quickly and effectively stops all coughs and colds that otherwise might leciT to serious trouble. Oeomulsion is powerful in the treat' went of all colds and coughs no matter • haw long standing, yet it u absolutely harmless and is pleasant and easy to take. Your own druggist guarantees Creo.. molsion by refunding your money if you •re not relieved after taking Greomul- aion aa directed. Beware the cough or cold that hanga on. Always keep Creo- mulaion on hand for instant use. (adv.) d Delano Policeman Resigns His Post DELANO, Jan. 25—Joyful O. (Shorty) Adams, police officer for Delano, on night- duty, tendered his resignation on Monday to the department. The resignation was accepted. Mr. Adams stated that he could not continue to work for J14G a mouth, furnishing his own car, gasoline and oil, and break oven. His resignation. was accepted by Chief of Police Austin Reynolds. No successor has been named. TO CONDUCT SCHOOL TAJFT, Jan. 25. — A school of missions will be conducted at the First Baptist Church for six weeks, one meeting each week, commencing tonight. The school will f open with junior, Intermediate and adult classes. . A potluck supper will bo served at 6 o'clock, nnd tho mission Instruc- llons will bo furnished In time for tho Wednesday evening prayer service. The mission study class chairmen aro Mrs. Grace Davis, Mrs. A. J. Collier and Mrs. Hester Argent. ATTEND BABCOCK RITES DELANO, Jan. 25.— Members of Chapter DE., P. 13. O. Sisterhood, who motored to Bakorsfield on Monday night and attended the funeral of Mrs. Julia G. Babcock, member of the chapter, were: Mesdames George Osner, John II. B. Spoor, William Hallock, John M. Haberfelde, A. F. Holsapple, E. B. Armstrong and John Hall of Earllmart, Ernest H. Ramsay and George W. McClinlick. DEPRESSION CLUB MEETS TEHACHAPI, Jan. 25.—The Depression Club met Saturday night at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Offerman. Phil Marx and Miss Rosa Cockburn made the hlghesl scores at bridge. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Eugeno Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Marx, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. Don Young, Mr. und Mrs. G. H. Offerman, Miss Rosa Cockburn and Mrs. R. U. Humphrey, who substituted for W. K. Gregory, who was III. McColloch's CATARRH OIL Immediate Relief for Golds, Hay Fever, Catarrh and Sinus Infections One Size Only 75c In Bakersfield Exclusively at This Store Kltnball & Stone Tht Particular Drurgiiti Phent 53 Phone 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Balctrsfitld, Calif. Wasco Newlyweds Honored at Party WASCO, Jan. 25.—Mr. and Mrs. Cue Doris, whose wedding was a recent event, were the honor guests nt n surprise party (riven Saturday evening at :ho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Skldmore. The guests came, laden with refreshments which were served at the close of a jolly evening, nnd the newlywods were accorded a sincere welcome. PREACHES AT DELANO AVASCO, Jan. 25.—Reverend H. E. McFARLAND, Jnn. 25.— Mr. nnd Mrs. M. A. Schrnck were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Richardson nt their home at Visalla. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Janes nnd their three children from Bakersfleld wero Sunday guests at the country home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee Armstrong. They also culled on Mr. Janes' father, J. S. Janes, while hero. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker called on Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Steward at their Delano homo Sunday afternoon. Miss Beulnb Phillips spent the weekend as the guest of Miss Barbara Reid. ClKudo Phillips was also a Sunday dinner guest nt tho Reid home. L. 13. Hylton und D. L. AVhisler, prominent ranchers of the McFnrhind, community, wero business visitors In Los Angeles Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. AV. L. Ingram entertained over the week-end for the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. .S. C. Ingram of Lindsay. Mr. und Mrs. Sam Krugor spent Friday In Bnkersfleld. Mrs. M. B. McFarlnnd spent Sunday nt'Tnft in the Interest of tho Eastern Star organization. Mr. and Mrs. A". J. Huddlcston entertained at Sunday dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Andy Andrews. In the evening the group attended tho Delano theater. Mr. and Mrs. AV. J. Held enjoyed a trip to Granite Station Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry\ Phllllpn nnd Tdolla and Chnrles Phillips, accompanied hy Mrs. Phillips' sister, Mrs. Agnes Smith, spent Sunday nt Woody as the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Mnltby. Miss Marie McFnrland returned here Sunday evening after spending two weeks in Bakersfield as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Adley Sherwood. OILDALE OILDALE, Jan. 25.—Mr. and Mrs. VINELAND VINELAND, Jan. 25.— Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Osborn hart a.s recent dinner guoRts Mr. and Mrs. F. <_!. Leo of Cresscy and Mrs. II. IF. Weller and children of Bakersfleld. DOCTRINES AT MEET DELANO, Jan. 25.—Tho Rev. A. S. Donat, pastor of tho BakersfleUl Congregational Church, was tho speaker before tho local Rotary Club at their weekly luncheon session Tuesday at tho Delano Woman's Clubhouse. His subject was "Humanism versus Technocracy." Ho expressed his views that wo should 'not bo unduly guided by science alone, which Is tho basis for the views which the technocrats advance. Tho speaker declared that science has been wrong many times, and questioned tho find- Ing of the man who obtained his degree of Doctor of Philosophy because ho discovered that tho mosquito can sustain flight for 14 hours. Ho believes that many people question that tho mosquito can stay aloft that length of time. His Idea Is that we should become Interested In and love our fellow human beings and try to advance them bocauso of that Interest rather than from tho scientific standpoint. Having attended college with many Japanese who have become leaders of today, ho learned to appreciate other races nnd valuo what they cun tench us. Ho also told many Interesting experiences ho had while working among tho conl minors of his native state of Pennsylvania, and of other experiences while a missionary to tho Indian tribes of Minnesota, and of work In Chicago, where he decided to enter tho ministry. Out-of-town guests of tho club wore J. Ixibro of Fresno, and Ivan Bradley of Bnkersfleld. Club singing was enjoyed and dinner was served by the Ladles' Aid Society of tho Community Church. AV. Benz enjoyed a week-end from bin brother, William llcnz T. visit of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Frlnk and family spoilt tho week-end with Mr. and Mrs. WlUnril Larson al r'nallngn. Mr. and Mrs. John Segrue entertained with n turkey dinner on Sunday. Tho guests were Mr. and Mrs. Waller Armstrong of Conner's Station, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Flllmoro and rhlldren. Mr. and MrH. C. P. Clark ami Mr. and Mrs. .Martin Troll. Mrs. Ltiellii Combs and sons Mcrl nnd Arlle were Sunday guests at tho O. C. Young home. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Parish. Mrs. Mary Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hooper spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Lowe of Rlvervlew. Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Thompson and (laughter Mary Alice wore recent dinner guests nt the Forrest Frlck homo. The welf:iro committee, announces thut material has been secured to open a welfare unit for tho Vlnelnnd and Mountain View districts. Thn placo of distribution will bo announced later. - *-•-• SHAFTER SHAFTER, Jan. 25. — The local library wa.s closed Monday by Mrs. Thomas Wedgo In memory of Mrs. Julia G. Biibruck. Robert Upton of Arvin is upending the week with his aunt, Miss Phoebe Carter, and his grandmother, Mrs. R. S. Cat-tor. Mr. and Mrs. Bon Mosloy and children of Bakersfleld spent Sunday ut the H. S. Carter home. Miss Ollvo Oskey, Mrs. Lorenz Weins and Alma nnd Martha Gloeckler were Sunday guests of Mrs. Howard Huston r-iHonn filing *V,= ,,,,1.,U „» TJ... j \Jii^un.UKi, au.ll, -U. .Mr. 1UH1 .Mrs. oiuiuiiy Kill-six or AITS. JlOWlim JlUSlOll Cnilson filled the pulpit of Reverend | Max Coker and sou, Jlmmle, of Ford and her brother*, Dick and Albert AA. C. Eddie In Delano lust Sunday, i city, were week-end guests at tho Eckmann. Reverend Eddie,, who. conducted ~ .- . . prayer meetings "last week In the Wasco Methodist Church, stressed the need of more prayer in the homes. Great Interest was manifested In* his Sermons which were well attended every night. For his last sermon Sunday morning: he took as his text, "Tho Value and Practice of Religion In the Homo." A duet entitled "Have You Been to tho Garden With Jesus?" was sung by Reverend and Mrs. Eddie, and a special number, "Take All Your Cares to Jesus," was sung by tho junior choir. During tho week 11 now i members woro added to tho church, , W. G. Coker home. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cantwcll of Taft, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brooks, and son, Kenneth, spent Sunday visit- ins Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Russell and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dugglns, and daughter, spent Sunday at WO.KCO visiting with Mrs. Dugglns' mother, Mrs. N. P. Blalock. Mr. nnd Mrs. John TIazzard spout Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Preston. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Atkins of Oil Center, and Mr. and .Mrs. Gaoruo Banks, Jr., wero recent visitors at tho AV. O. Whltworth homo. . . . • . Mr. and Mrs. Glen Preston visited nine of these being members of tho I at tho William Franklin home In Junior choir. SOCIAL CLUB MEETS TAFT, Jan. 25.—Tho Disabled Veterans Social Club mot recently at tho home of Mrs. Helen Lepper with Mrs. Lepper and Mrs. Jessie Morris as hostesses. Bridge was played and members "paid" for their tally cards with a- package of cigarettes which, when collected, totaled 12. Mrs. Helen Hunt won first prize and Mrs. Ruby Cross, second. Attending wore Mosdames Mablo Bancock, Mary Waldon, F. Smith, Donna Gamier, Nelllo Foster, Deett Jungl, Dodle Lance, Katherlno Cool, Ruth Cross, Helen Hunt and the hostesses. EDWARD NOLAN PASSES WASCO, Jan. 25.—Edward Nolan, colored, passed away at his homo In South Gate Garden about noon Monday. Mr. Nolan had been 111 for some time and his death was not unexpected by his family und friends. Ho leaves a widow, Mrs. Mary Nolan, and a son, Edward. Services will bo conducted In tho colored Baptist Church and Interment will bo In tho Shaftor cemetery. HAVE WEEK-END QUESTS MoFARLAND, Jan. 25. — Reverend and Mrs. M. Alvu. Long and tholr daughters entertained over the weekend for Ralph Fcslcr of Covlnu. Roy Rivorvlow. Mrs. J. A. Whistler of Vlsalla visited with Mrs. W. O. Whltworth on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Banks, Jr., called on Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hicks at Keen, recently. Mrs. Bonnie McDonald of the Kern River oilfields. Is seriously 111. Mrs. U. If. Apperson and her mother, Mrs. L. Maple, who are 111 at tho Kern General Hospital, arc improving. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. F. Hold and family wero visitors at tho Charles Gccrs home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Pupcs and family, of Oil Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ross and daughter, Virginia, were tho Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Whltworth. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Swaim of Wasco. Ernest Kehnaldt. Reynold. Clifford and Raymond Mettloi- nnicyed tho snow on the. Rldgo route last Sunday. Ella Klrschonmann of Lodl visited tho high school yesterday as tho guest of Anna Bonder. O. T. Olson, principal, and a number of teachers of tho Rlchland Grammar School attended tho principals' mooting held last Saturday In Bakersfield. A qnarlol composed of It. L. Gales Harold van Gorkom. Sam Janznn and I'oto Smith rendered spei:lal music at lho Congregational Church lust Sunday morning. Mrs. Bonesteel Is Honored at Arvin ARA r TN, Jnn. 25.—Mrs. Henry Bonesteel, who will leave soon for her now homo In Solma, was honored by her friends with u luncheon Saturday at tho home of Mrs. O. AA'. Ratliff. A color scheme of orchid und pink wns carried out In the decorntlons. Tho centerpiece which adorned the tnblo was made of sweet peas, earn lions nnd maiden hair fern. A four course luncheon was served. A cnko was cut by the honoreo, on which wero four onndles, representing the number of years she h'nd been In this community. Sho was also presented with a sot of Fostorla goblets. Those attending besides the guest of honor were: Mesdames J. K Saint, Thomas Hill, R. L. Stockton, Harry Cheevers, A. AVesterlund, O. W. Rnt- llff and AA r . P. Nance. Joint Ceremony to Be Held by Pythians TAFT, Jan. 27.—Taft Lodge, No !!00, Knights of Pythias, and Lniire Temple, No. SO, Pythian Sisters, wll join the Delano lodges of Knights am' Sisters In a Joint Installation of officers to be held in Legion hall at o'clock Friday. Mrs. Ruth Cross will act as Installing officer for tho Pythian Sisters and George H. Potter will officiate In tho sumo rapacity for the knights. This meeting will bo open to nil Knights of Pythias, Pythian Slslers and Invited guests. After the Installation services entertainment and refreshments will be furnished and those who caro to may finish tho evening with dancing. Announces Plans to Fight Repeal of Dry Statutes DELANO, Jan. 25.—Mrs. Henry F. Shultz of the Pond district, and president of the Delano unit of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, announced on Tuesday at the January meeting that 1933 It the Jubilee year of the •tate organization. Fifty years ago Francis Wlllard organized the first union In southern California. Today there are 200 local organizations, and many children's and young people's branches. Mrs, Shultz announced the state plans which had just been received by her. They Include the mobilization of all dry forces for the purpose of fighting to save the Eighteenth amendment. Every person In the community who be. lleves In prohibition, will be asked to join In this movement. She further stated that she would announce In a few days the names of the women who will head the special divisions for this work. M'FARLAND DEBATE TEAMS VICTORIOUS MoFARLAND, Jan. 25.—McFarlaml High School students won both tho ifflrmntlve and negative In the Sierra League Conference when they debated at. tho local school with Taft and at Shafter with a Shaftor team. Tho negative team comprising Violet Roome, Frances Grober and Thelma Mooro met the Shaftor affirmative team comprising Dot-mil Janzcn, Mary Lou Tgo and Ewlng Hlto at that city. McFarland's affirmative team Included Earl Hlgginbfitham, Gladys Peterson and Oslo Turner, who mot the Taft negative tciim, who woro Margaret Mncauloy, Beechcr Rlntoul and Sam Brandt. Tho question for debate was, Re solved: That moving pictures a.s they are now conducted aro more detrimental than beneficial to the American people. Tho decision was decided In both debates for McFarlaml. J. H. Portcrfleld, Instructor of English at the- local school Is tho conference manager. Miss Ella Mae Hart a student at the local school acted as chairman at the McFurlauil debate. Dick Alexander and Louis Horton, local high school students and J. H. Porterfleld accompanied tho McFarland debaters to Shufler. Tho final conference de- bato Is Hchedulecl for February 14. In arguing tho question with tho McFarland high speakers, Shnfter took the affirmative side but -while debating tho mattej with Bakorsflold, Shafter took tho negative Hide. When McFarland visited the potato growers and gained tho hard-fought word battle, Woodrow Graves, studenl of Shafter, was tho chairman. Bob Moon served as Judge. Tom Hammer concluded tho program by yodellng a selection entitled "Cowboy Jack." » * » .eadcrs of Kernville Area Find Encouragement in Home Support KERNVILLE, Jan. 25.—The recently rganlzctl Kern River Chamber of 'ommerco has been the means of ringing to light a condition existing u this section of which Its residents ro probably unwittingly aware, the oyalty of citizens to their own com- nunlty., Without this loyalty there would be 10 community. In this limited area he Kern River Chamber of Commerce as found a people of many vocations nd avocations, ranchers, bee culture, alrymon, stockmen, resort owners, nountaln pack train outfitters, gold nlners and prospectors, excellent chools, a minister with his circuit of h.urches, a Justice of the peace and onstable, a mountain telephone sys- em, forest service and gamo warden oadquarters, power plants nnd em- •loyes of a giant public service corporation, dally stage service, freight .nd mall, to and from Bakersfleld a istant railhead; each In.harmony with nd loyalty to the other. Then tho country merchant. Dealers n life's necessities In tho section ore lohn L. Hooper nt Hobo Hot Springs, trs. V. M. Lundbcrg at Bodflsh, Gun iuhre at Isabella, Tho A. Brown Company at Weldon and Phil Glozen at Onyx, each maintaining a store of general merchandise, while at Korn•Illo thero are two such establish- nents, Bert James and Tho A. Brown -'ompany. In nddtlon to this Kern- vlllo supports two up-to-dato cafes, hose of Jim O'Brien and Billy Melton. The existence of these mercantile mslnessos In this sparsely settled district is made possible through the oyalty of tho residents by their pat- •onago. And, In times of stress. It Is ho merchant who lightens tho burden of his troubled customer. Tho Kern River Chamber of Com- norce IH making splendid headway with the organization, their officers and committees reporting much interest. Tho signs committee, Mrs. Lucille Pascoe and tho Reverend Roy C. Mason, have their work well In hand, to jo acted upon at tho next regular meeting, which will bo hold at the Mountain Inn In Kernvllle, on tho evening of February 10, at 8 o'clock, preceded by a supper. The meeting will be an open 0110 and all aro Invited to attend. .£> DELANO Taylor guest. was also a Sunday dinner CERTANE • for Feminine Hygiene • Endorsed by Physicians! Spetklni of womcn'i moct-vexing problem. Dr. Qeornf W»gner »yi: "C'F.RTANE la par-excellent for Feminine Hygiene. 1 recommend It because of its soothing nnd excellent antiseptic and prophylactic properties." It la vary effectlre against norm development: simple, trouble-tree. Inexpensive and entirely harmless and non- poltonous. At your Drue or Department Store get CERTANE jelly, complete, applicator and large tube of 34 appll.. only $1.50. Rc- JlllB 34 appll.. tl.OO. RESULTS GUARANTEED or MONEY BACK. May also be obtained In the form of cones. For a soothing, healing, deodorltlna- wash, use CERTANT. Powder. Delightfully fracrant. 4-07. pkg.. SOc: 12-o». pke.. tl. rflEK—Valuable booklet, "What Every tyoman Should Know." mailed In plain envelope upon request to CERTANE CO, 1315 Harcourt.. LOB Angtlci. D»pi. 154.. BBtiANO, Jnn. 25.—Mrs. .7. K. Hamilton Is rproverliift from xnvprHl days' Illness whirh hns kept lior In tior room. Mr. und Mr.«. l.awrfiicc Krplm liavo Cone to Han Fraui'lsco, where I hoy plun to mako their home. Mr. and Mrs. n.'iviil T,. Sliifflct ami Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. HiMmlwltz nnd daughter Gloria ,Io motored to (lie snow near Woody on Sunday nftor- noon. ! FRUITVALE I <j>———— 6> FRUITVALR, Jan. 25.—Mr. and Mrs. AVheeler hnve returned to their homo In Long Beach. They have been visiting Mrs. AVheoler's parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Denlo of Krultvale, since last spring. The AVheelers were called here by tho serious Illness of Mrs. Denlo, who has sufficiently recovered to permit their return home, R. F.. Kisiminger of Long Beach is visiting his sister, Mrs. R. N. Booth of Green Acres. 1'ost office employes aro working along Route G. Boxes arn being moved nnd placed In more compact groups to facilitate delivery. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY McFAHLAND. Jan. 25.— Mr. nnd Mrs. U. j. lloilson entertained In honor of their daughter, Mary, who WIIK celebrating her fourteenth birthday anniversary Saturday evening. A delightful dinner party was enjoyed at their country homo at whleh all appointments wero carried out In yellow and Rreon. A largo birthday rako formed (ho centerpiece. After dinner tho party motored to Bnkersfleld to attend a theater. Mar)' received many lovely gifts from those present. Enjoying the party was tho honoreo, Mary llndson, ITrr/el Palno, Vcrnlcu McQueen, Hetty Taylor, Belly, Dorothy and Jean HodBon, Mr. and Mrs. Houtton and their son, Robert, Jr. PARISHES ENTERTAIN McVAilLANP. Jan. 25.— Mr. nnd Mrs. Dliismore Parish entertained nt a fire side supper recently at tholr homo r.n TIarlow avenue. Those enjoying (lie affair wi.re Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Burroughs and i<on Don, and llttla Marlyn Peterson. Misses Anr. Harder and Patricia Sewell and tho host und hostess. AT COUNTRY HOME McKAlU.AND, Jan. 25.— Mr. and Mrs. K. AV. Hool entertained at their country homo Sunday nt dinner. Places wore marked for Mr. and Mr«. A. R. Grobnr, Ralph, Frances nnd The following were dinner guests of Pearl Groher, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Mr. and Mrc. M. U. Cowan on Sunday: Holllnger, the host and hostess, and Mr and Mrs. Clyd« Maledy and son their four children. Bobby of Taft, Mr. and Mrs. Larry KotsenburK of Stlno Road, Mr. and Mrs. Mac McN'amara, nnd Fred Finch of BnUertifleld. West Side Rebekah Lodge Plans Work FELLOWS. Jan. 25.—Samaritan Re. bekuh Lodge No. 55 held a very In. terestlng business meeting Mondaj evening with Mrs. AMvluu Utzorath noble grnnd, presiding. A potluck dinner was planned for Wednesday eve nlng, February 1, ut the temple. On tho evening of February 10, Mrs Utzerath and Evelyn Towno will b< hoslosses at a bridge card party a the homo of Mrs. Utzeruth of the Jer Kins Trust. It watj announced tha lho past noble gninds would hold ai all-day meeting ut tho Odd Fellow ternplo to sow for the needy. Gauger Injured by Tumble jFrom Tank TAFT, Jan. 25. — Jack Sowlcs, 20 ganger for tho Norwalk Gasoline Com pany, was seriously injured u.bou midnight .when ho fell 25 feet fron tho top of a tank to tho ground. H was taken to the West Side Hosplta where It was found ho had no broko bones, but bis back and right shoul der were badly sprained. Sowles wll bo removed to Ills home In Tuft today 129 Taft Youngsters Receive Free Meals TAFT. Jan. 25.—The hot lunch anc milk diet for children of uneniployec has risen lo great heights and at the present time Ihero are 120 childrei receiving hoi lunches and milk fron tho school cafeteria through tho gen oroslty of people In tho Taft tschoo district. (MOUNTAIN VIEW I ARVIN MOUNTAIN VIEW, .Jan. 25.—Orvnl Kstos was honored wllh a birthday Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Martin returned i dinner, Sunday. Those prescml were to tliplr homo In southern California on Monday after spending 11" 1 weekend hero us guests of Mr. and Mi>. lid Mr. and Mrs. A. KmKlour, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Clarke, M|*H Leona'CIark, 1'hurlon Lytlo and Mr. and Mrs. Orvul S. Green. j Estet,. David L, Shlfflet ppent Tuesday In j Sunday visitors ut the home of Miss Fresno attending an Ico, dealers' school ! Ruby Weed wero Mr. and Mrs. Frod of liisti-uctlon. Hn was accompanied I Ilollln, Mr. and .Mrs. Hugh Knilth, by Irving II. Burroughs of .McFarland. De Will .Smith, Arthur II, Cate, Jr.. Kcmncth VMpkin, Douglas Smith and Richard Schalwltz spent Sunday Greenhorn enjoying tho snow. ATTENDS KIN'S FUNERAL McFARLAND, Jan. 25.— Mrs. L. R. Billings attended the funeral of her uncle, S. AV. Wespott, al Hanford. Mr. Weseott died Wednesday, January 18, at Whitlier. He was a commander of the G. A. R. at Hanford for 15 years and u member of the organization for 40 years. TELLS HOW TO GAIN 12 POUNDS IN THREE WEEKS Mrs. B. Morrel! wus nervous, thin nnd rundown. She took Vlnol (Iron tonic) nnd gained 12 pounds in U weeks. She sleeps and feels flno now. Taslcs delicious. Kuril Drug Co. —Adv. Mrs. Corn F. Bender, Mrs. A. I lleatly and children, Suzanne and Cumllle, nnd Miss Nettle Means. Mlsse.s Marie and Unico I'llkel attended a BIIOW party Sunday at Fia- xlur Mountain Park. Little. June Kline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klme, has been ill, but is Improving. O. C. You ung was a Sunday dinner guest in thu U. P. Tliornburg home. • - — — •» • » — — — MRS. JANES HOSTESS McFAKLiAND, Jan. 25.— Mrs. K. P. Junes was hostess to thu members of the high school library staff and their adviser, Miss Mario C. Lourenzo, at her home on Lockwood avenue, recently. The evening was spent KOI chilly and Mrs. Janes served lovely refreshments. The members of tlio library stuff aro ISvelyn Janes, chief Illirarlun; Phyllis Ilendry, assistant librarian, .Mary Sbick. secretary; Hetty and Jean Itlchardson. Gladys Holmes, Knlliryn Ulster, Luclle Ilud- dlcbton and Kathleen Aluxundci. ARA'IX, Jan. 25.—Herbert Swnnson of I'arlle.r spun! Friday In Arvin. Thoso who attended the Arvin P. T. A. meeting Friday night from Bakersfield wen- Mr. and Mrs. ,1. W. llodds, Mrs. Ilonry Honostoel and children, Mrs. M. .1. Meadows, James Logan, Minn Gertrude Wacholi, Mr. ami Mrs. .1. A. AVelshnr and L. B. Hart. John and Brad Krauter spent tho week-end In Pasadena. A. ('. ami A. H. Patton of Long Beach were ivcent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mr«. Gutn Stuart. The Kuril i home Sewing School will begin promptly ut 9:30 a. in. on Thursday and Krlday at tho home of Mrs. M. f'. Sayer. Those attending are requested to bring a box lunch. Mrs. Fred V)oll and daughter Nancy of Olhlale spent Monday at the AV. P. Nance home. r MARICOPA MAHICOPA, Jan. 25.—Percy Smitli has returned from San Francisco, where he has been visiting. Mrs. William Hatcher and family of Long Beach Is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Guy Hull. Airs. Ida Newman has gone to Los Angeles for a short visit. D. I), ileagerty has returned to San Francisco after spending xevural weeks lu-iv. Alonxo Sigler INIM returned to his home hero after u visit in Los An- HONORED ON BIRTHDAY DELANO, Jan. 25.— Mrs. Edgar E Let- entertained informally on Mon day uifc'ht at tho r.ee country honn on tho Delano Fruit Company's ranch honoring Mr. Leo on his vovenllcll birthday anniversary. It was a com ploto surprise wllh only iiitlinut' friends bidden. Tho ovenlnn wa pasted KK-lully, after which Mrs. Le served refreshments. EnJoyliiK th evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leo wor Mr. wild Mrs. John W. Hood, Mr. am Mr». Frank J. Coddlngton, Mr. am Mrs. H. K. Mci'loe.H, and Harold Rood GIVE DINNER PARTY SfcFAItLANP, Jan. 25.— Entertain Ing at tholr country homo Sundu> Mr. and Mrs. I.. 1C. Hyltnn wero host at u dinner party. Included at 111 dinner party were Mr. and Mrs. flo- vis Hylton and family from Delano, Mr. and Mrs. (Jcorge Hosteller, Mr. and Mrs. 1. Dowser, Ihe host and hostess and family. AID SOCIETY DINNER FELLOWS. Jan. 23.— The Ladies 1 Aid Society of the Christian church has announced a turkey dinner :il llvi church on Friday, February 10, serving from 5:30 to 7::iO p. in. Tlu- chaw) will be f.O cents for adults and 25 cents for children. Tho imblli Is invited Mrs. Zndii Rathliern has clwrj?n of Ihe dinner. TaftY.L. I. Hostess at Benefit Party TAFT, Jan. 25.—The Young Ladies' Institute or St. Mary's Church held a card party recently In St. Mary's hall for the benefit of a member of the church. Bridge nnd whist were en- Joyed. Prizes were awarded at bridge to Adam West, Mrs. W. J. Roost, Dr, Julia Srang, Mrs. J. Mathls, Jlmmle Lance, Mrs. 10. S. Olln, Coker Rathbone, Mrs. Tilllo Kecne, Charles E. Burns, Mrs. D. G. Gall, Mrs. J. Cosgrove, Mrs. Coker Rathbone, Mrs. A. V. Hush, Mr«. B. Curtis, J. A. Mathis and Miss Dorsoy. Winners at wblat wore Mrs. C. P. Dlschler, Mrs. M. Curry, Rita Dancey, Mrs. A. H. Bradley, John Bullman, Mrs. Ella Lafferty, A. H. 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