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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS Sunday School Reorganized and Efficiency Program Is Adopted DELANO, Jnn. 20.—Tho first meeting of the Sunday school board of the Community Church under the new officers was held on Tuesday night in the church, with Homer Kyte, superintendent, presiding. R. A. Davidson, retiring, was elected superintendent of the adult department. This department includes the adult class of men and women, and the young married peoples' class recently organized by Doctor William B. Smith. Mrs. Henry F. Shultz la teacher of the former class. Mrs. Robert H. Hlott, Jr., was elected superintendent of the Intermediate department. A departmental efficiency program, which has been worked out by Superintendent Kyte and the religious education committee of the church, was adopted end will be used In all departments. Officers and teachers will be Installed at the morning 1 church service on February B. Mrs. W. E. Richmond and Mrs. B. F. Bunker were confirmed as new teachers In the school. Makes Long Trek on Snow Blocked Route to Resort KERNVILLE, Jan. 26.— Tom Allred, of the Falrvlew rtsort on the upper Kern river, is home, following a two-weeks' business trip to eastern Nevada, The return Journey was made amid many difficulties due to heavy storms In that section and the blocking of highways. At Ely, Nov., £52 miles from his home, passage across the state, as well as the highway '< leading south from there, was snow blockaded. Snowbound at Ely for three days, the route leading Into Salt Lake City was made passable, and following this round-about way home, down through Utah and Arizona and Into southern California, he finally reached his destination after covering about 1200 extra miles. At Kernvllla snow again impeded his progress. Up the river above Edison KR3 the snowfall was heavy, necessitating the remaining portion of his journey on snowshoes. CLUB PLANNING DANCE TAPT, Jan. 26.—Tho January dance of the Petroleum Club will bo held next Saturday night at the clubhouse, near Taft, starting at 11 o'cloclc. Tho dance In for members, their Indies and Invited guests. The best music obtainable will furnish the dunce numbers. A supper will be served after rnld- nlcht. 1 CLASS ELECTS NEW LEADERS McFAULAND, Jnn. 26.— Members of the Junior class of tho local high school met Wednesday with their class adviser, J. H. Portorfleld, and elected officers for the semester starting Monday, January 30. Miss Violet Roome was elected president of tho class to tako tho place of John Regen, who served during the first semester. Other officers elected wero Maxwell Nowby, vlco-presldent; Myrtle Moomaw, secretary; Lewis Wlmberley, treasurer; Frank Branl- ger, sergeant-nt-arms; Avagnle Trogdon, 'class reporter. CLUB HAS MEETING TAFT, Jan. 26.— The Taft Social Club met recently at tho home of Mrs. Maggie V. Young, 301 Tyler street, with four new members In attendance. Plans were made to make a quilt. After tho meeting refreshments wero served by tho hostess, assisted by Mrs. Margaret Spangle. Tho next meeting will bo an all-day session at tho home of Mrs. Frances Harp, 214 Van Buren street. Attending the affair wero Mesdamcs Mary E. Head, Mnbrey London, Edna Cooksey, Hophronla Frakes, Frances Harp, Mrs. W. O. Nevlns, Lena J. Head, Lena M. Russell, Maude Allen, Mae Ayors, Anna Thalr, Hazel Townsend, Eldora Botsford, Frances Ross, Charlotte Smith, Margaret Beavers, Florence Frank, Margaret Spangle, Maggie V. Young, Lee Ann Iteagan, Martha Watkins, Estelle Snodgrass. LARGE POULTRY PLANNED FOR INDUSTRY IS BUTTONWILLOW T)UTTONWILLOW, Jan. 26.—Es-D tabllshment of a new Industry for this district Is vlsloned In plans recently announced by the firm of Tracy & McCulley, who will establish a new and modern hatchery to be operated In connection with thotr present business here. K. L. Tllton, who came here ro- ct-ntly from Los Angeles, will be In charge of tho plant. Ho Is said to bo experienced In management of largo poultry establishments and Is enthusiastic over tho possibilities for tho development of such an industry in tho Bultonwlllow area. It Is expected to have the hatchery In operation In ample time for tho coming season's work. According to the firm, tho plant will bo equipped with the latest model Bobbins electric Incubators, hatchers' and testers. The dixy-old chicks will bo placed In battery brooders and kopt under strict sanitary conditions at all times. Tho entire output of eggs from tho perlgrood flock of R. P. Cabeen of Ro&coe, Calif., will bo obtained for the next throe months and brought to Buttonwlllow for hatching. Jn addition large numbers of turkeys and chickens will bo hatched for the owners of local flocks. A special feature of the new plant will be the hatching of pheasants and other gan-.o birds, to be liberated on a special preserve at. the Tracy ranch. MATRONS IN TRIBUTE TO PROBATE SALE! of James E. Clark Willys-Overland and Hupmobile Agency Complete Lot of Office Furniture #nd Fixtures Lot New Auto Parts Lot Second-Hand Auto Parts Lot Auto Repair- Shop Equipment USED CARS 1929 Ford Roadster 1926 Nash Roadster 1926 Steams-Knight Tow Car 1926 Dodge Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Truck 1927 Willys-Knight Sedan May Be Seen at 2531 Chester Avenue , MAKE AN OFFER N. C. HOUZE Administrator Estate of James E. Clark, Deceased SATURDAY 10 A. M. TO 4P.M. 6 HOURS FREE TWO PAIRS OF $1.00 FIRST QUALITY HOSE FREE SATURDAY JAN. 28 ONLY Perfect Quality French Heels Rock Crystal Necklace Strung on . Silver-Plated Chain Present this certificate and 99 cents and receive one $2.00 box of Face Powder, one $1.00 Exquisite Perfume, a $4.00 Rock Cut Crystal Necklace strung on silver-plated chain and TWO PAIRS of LADIES' FIRST QUALITY $1.00 HOSE. Remember, you get 2 PAIRS of Hosiery. If you can not come at this hour, send some one to our store before sale, leave* 99c and your set will be laid aside. FOR ALL FIVE ARTICLES 99 MAIL ORDERS ADD 10c AND THIS AD AN $8 VALUE FOR 99c—6 HOURS ONLY Kimball & Stone The Particular Druogiits Phone 53 Phont 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY B.ktnfifld, Calif. Mrs. Dickinson Is Hostess for Club McFARLAND, Jan. 26. — Members of tho McFarland Bridge Club were entertained at their regular meeting Tuesday by Mrs. F. W. Dickinson at her home when she was hostess at a dessert luncheon. Tho living rooms were delightfully appointed with seasonal flowers, berries and greenery. Bridge score awards wero won by Mrs. W. J. Woolverton and B. Kern. Knjoy,lnff the afternoon with Mrs. Dickinson were: Mesdames D. Billings, L. n. BllllnsH, Claudo lllchard- son, K. 1*. Janes, W. J. Woolverton, Charles Hcurd, J. C. Klnley, C. A. Fotherlngham, R. Kern, M. B. Mc- Varland and M. H. Marshall. SEWING GROUP MEETS McFAULAND, Jan. 26.— Misses Ruby and Thelma C'hnvers wero hostesses to tho members of tho Happy Hour Club nt their country home Tuesday evening. An hour was spent at hand sewing and the hostesses served re- froMhments appointed with the Valentine motif. Knjoylng Thetma's and Ruby's hospitality were Misses Leonore Dumke, Ethel, Veda and Myrtle Moomaw, Fern Williams, Ina Long, Vivian Steward, Pauline Smith, Martha Frey, Freda Hylton, and Doris Baker. POND POND, Jan. 20.— Mrs. H. L. Hamlln entertained at dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Harold Appleford's birthday. Places were marked* for members of tho Immediate families. Mrs. M. E. Dixon and Mrs. Lee Johnson and children spent the weekend at Plsmo with their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Harris. Mr. Dletzel was taken to Kern C.en- eral Hospital Tuesday suffering with Influenza. Vornon McQueen of McFarland MOJAVE spent the week-end with J. B, Ladd. Mrs. Lea Smith, who has been cooking at the school cafeteria, has resigned and Mrs. Ed Ludy is taking charge of the hot lunches. Mr. and Mrs. Gray and children recently from Oklahoma, have moved to th« Wlnn place south of the school They will farm the place for theli undo, Mr. Hampton. Pauline Reed of McFarland was a rocent overnight gue*st of her cousin, Eula McCury. Mr. und Mrs. T. G. Halo were re- t-ent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs; R! A. Reeves of McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ladd were calling on Mrs. C. C. Casey and Mr. Diet- 1 net at the Kern General Hospital Mon- i day. ' Friends of Mrs. James Hamlln will be pleased to learn that she is 1m- > proving In health and will be able to return home within a few days. MAOUNDEN, Jan. 26.—Four dress 'otms wore completed and many beautiful quilt patterns exhibited and ixchanged at tho meeting of tho Magunden Farm Homo Department Tuesday nt tho Community hall. During the forenoon a tree was planted and dedicated to tho memory of Mrs. Paul VanderEIke, late bo- loved member of the organization. Mrs, A. P. Foley had charge of a short memorial program which Included these numbers: Reading, "Walk With Me a Mile," Mrs. F. D. Hubbard; song, "Just Remember," Mrs. Ray Walt; reading of paper, Mrs. A. P. Foley. At tho luncheon table, Mrs. C. H. Green was pleasantly surprised with a beautiful birthday cake decorated with candles. A package was placed In front of her and after removing tho many wrappings she found an appropriate gift. Mrs. S. C. Dchnlson and Mrs. A. G. Hoagland, committee In charge of the young people's social, announced that the uffiilr will be held Saturday evening, February 4, at tho hall.. Entertainment Is being planned, and the men will bo charged a fee to defray expenses. Several visitors were present Tuesday. They were: Miss Cordelia Wilson. Mesdnmes Lllllo Dye, Blanche Kohal. H. Bradford, Tom Phillips, M. Neldy. Others attending were Mesdames. C. H. Green, A. (.'.. Spallnger, A. C. Foley, J. 1"). .Kountree, G. H. Fllkel, James McKcun, J. A. Dennis, A. E. Hoagland, C. K. Swiird. M. C. Parker, G. Marble, L. S. Abel, F. D. Hubburrl, J. R. MoKnlglit. A. E. Hupp. O. P. Blackburn, S. C. Dennison, .J. L. Burgess. Ray Walt, A. W. Kench. W. G. Wllloughby and Miss Lillian Brinkman. Game Birds Being Fed in Kernville Area After Storm o- KERNVILLE, Jan. 26.—Th« storm that prevailed over this section for several days has left In the lowlands a foot and more'of solidly packed snow, miking It difficult for game 'bird* to obtain food. That quail, doves and pheasants might not suffer from lack of feed, Roswell Welch, local gAme warden, and Interested citizens have been scattering chicken scratch and barley at feeding grounds, Bob Bussard at his homestead east of Kernvlfle Is feeding approximately 300 quail, while Mr. and Mrs. Dave Yarbrough at their Vista Pino home west of town, are taking care of around 400, At the Pascoe, Bandy and Tuttle home- 8tea*ds other large coveys are being fed, as are numerous birds on the Short ranch near Weldon, the Bob Long property at Kernville, the John Noyer ranch, and other' places. Mr. Welch estimates 6000 quail are being provided for, considerably more birds than last year. . DANCE WELL ATTENDED MOJAVE, Jan. 2C.—Tho dunce Eiven recently by the Odd Follows WIIK well attended In spite of the Inclement wcuther, Jack's orchostru from Tehaclmpl furnished tho music. A rap rug was won by Hill Davis. The Hebekiihs will entertain tonight tit mother of tho enjoyable card parties. Bridge will be played. Mesdnmos Mabel Trlpp, Oklu Wllhelm und Uuby Rlley, newly elected noble grand, are the committee In charge. lD,flE[HEADS Delnno Student Units Plan Slate; Snow Party Is Also Scheduled DELANO, Jan. 26.—Members at tho nominating committee of the High School and Junior College BpWOrth League mot on Monday nlfcht at tho home of their adviser for nomination of League officers for the eneulife year. Tho report of the commutes will he presented to tho membership on Sunday night for approval, and election" of officers. Members of the committee are Roscoe Baylor, Miss Ruby Shlfflet and Herman Knnthack. Albert Hlett, prenldent of the league, met with them, also Mrs, Shine. A future event to 'which members nre )ooklng forward with much . an* tlclpatlon, Is a'snow party which will be enjoyed at Sequoia National Park on Saturday, February 4. They will leave here at 8 o'clock in the morning and return late the name evening. , Mr. and Mrs. Shine will accompany the group and from 15 to 20 youn* people will make the trip. ELKS TO QIVE DANCE TAFT, Jan. 26.—Taft Elks lodge U making arrangements for a big dance next Saturday night from 10 to 2 o'clock In tho Elks Home. A dance was held lust Saturday night and attracted a fine, large crowd which thoroughly enjoyed the evening of dancing. The event Is for all Elks, their ladles and Invited guests. Invitations may be secured at the clubrooms. 6 Hours Only 10 a, m. to 4 p. m. MOJAVE, Jan. 26.—Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds' guests over the week-end were Misses Paulino Venable, Martha Wilson and Dorothy Biskhead of Lancaster. Mrs. Alice Pohe of Santa Ana is visiting her sister, Mrs. Marvin Stoval. Martin McBrlde and Bill Helm spent the week-end m Los Angeles. W. A. Gadd and family of Los Angeles have moved into one of tho Eu- Ing courts. Mrs. J. Mattlngly has been quite 111 with the flu. Joe (Jarvey, Southern Pacific em- ploye, was taken to the company hospital lu Sun Francisco last Friday night with an Infected lung. From a report received Monday, he Is Improving. Mrs. Henri Chenard will spend today and Friday In Los Angeles. Mrs. William Harder left Monday for Los Angeles to spend several days with her parents, Ross Rogers will spend this week as the guest of his father In Los Angeles. Miss Ixila Phillips spent several days recently in Bakersfleld. Miss Fern Coplan and Gene Dittmar motored to Los Angeles to spend the week-end with Gene Dlttmar'a mother, Mrs. Ida Dittmar. J. H. Tener of Bakersfleld, assistant superintendent of the county schools, Is making his headquarters at tho Alton hotel this week while visiting schools In this district. Mr. and Mrs. John White spent Saturday in Los Angeles on business. Roger White and Gene Martlndale motored to Loa Angeles on Monday. While there, Mr. Martindale purchased a Ford coupe. Shopping in Lancaster Monday were Mesdames W. W. Coplan, Jack Will- lams, Wright and Miss Bobbie Wright. Miss Verda Pope left Monday for Texas for a short visit with her father, and then she will go on to Bolivar, Mo., for a three months' trip. Kern County Surveyors P. J. Stanley, It. M. Halney and Hathoway returned to Bakersfleld Monday, after finishing work here. Miss Virginia Gumin, Irving Settle, Don Hatfleld and 13d Wesson of Lancaster motored to Mojave Tuesday, Mary Kay Davis and Joe McDonald returned with them to Lancaster'for the basketball game between tho Lancaster All-Stars and Los Angeles Athletic Club. L. A. A. C. won, .14-S4. Mrs. Ed Myler and daughter Ella ware in Lancaster Sunday. John mid Duster Gibson attended tho basketball game in Lancaster on Thursday. George Beano, postmaster, made a trip to LOK Angeles Tuesday to get his daughter, Grace, who will spend a tow days between semesters at Santa Monica Junior College In Mojave with her parents. PANAMA PANAMA, Jan. 20.—Mrs. Pauline Battenfeld of Taft is spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Marsh and Mr. and Airs. John VanHorn spent Sunday in Tejon canyon. Mrs. Lyle Soden has received word of the marriage of her brother, Raymond Wylle, to Helen Zong In Belvedere, Neb. Paul Durlsch of San Emidlo has been spending a few days with his family in Panama. C. M. Eyraud and faintly of Greenfield spent Tuesday with Mrs. F.y-. raud's parents, Joe Halter and wife. Mrs. C. E. VanHorn entertained the Needle Club on Wednesday afternoon at her home on the VanHorn ranch. R. R. Candee and wife of McKlt- trick visited at the Bennitt home on Tuesday. O. L. Coburn and family were the guests of W. G. Schultze and wife on Sunday. T. M. Martin and wife and H. C. Strong of the Farm Bureau office attended tho meeting of tho Kern Uultu. Farm Bureau on Tuesday evening. John Loustalot and family of Santa Barbara spent Sunday and Monday with Frank Loustalot and family. Frank Bennitt entertained a few friends at a dinner party on Tuesday evening. Miss Elsie Parrlsh of Bakersfleld spent Sunday with her parents. McFARLAND and I Loi.s McFARLAND, Jan. 2G. — Mr. Mrs. Leland Shay and children, and Bernle, of Bakersfleld, wero Sunday guests of Mrs. Shay's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Broadwcll, at their home here. Mrs. G. It. Buckingham la ill at her country home here. Callers at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Armantrout Sunday after- i noon wero Messrs. and Metidames A. Hlickenstaff, Charles Moonmw, Mrs. j busio Frnntz anil Charles Frant/.. | Frank Peterson and his four children from L'Jarllmart wero Sunday dlnnor guests of Mr. und Mrs. l f A. Uurrougjis. Mr. and Mrs. John Moomaw and their daughter, Dorothy Lee. spent Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Townscnd at their homo at Plx- ley. Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Ilegnn entertained Sunday for thrlr friends, Mr. anil Mrs. Leon Haydork of Shuftor. Mrs. T. II. Plhfi and Waldo Pike wero business visitors In Delano Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dlnsmore Parish entertained at Sunday dinner for Mr. und Mrs. F. 15. Trask. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Earnest were Soturduv evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Paine. Leland Ashton, local baker, was a business visitor In Bukersfleld Monday. Mrs, W. S. (JivBiiry :md her sister, •••x V. R. Whatlcy. were Bakersfleld business visitors Monday. Mrs. W. 1. Taggart, who has been the guest of her .son, Dr. M. M. Tag- Bart, for sevenil diivs. returned to her home at Ulcndale, Saturday. She and her sister, Mrs. H. U. Weslfall, will return here to spend a few days visiting Dr. Tuggart. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin* to Go If you fed lour and mink and the world looks punk, don't swallow a lot of salts, mineral water, oil, laxative candy or chewing Itum and upect them to make you middenly iweet and buoyant nnd full of sunshine. For they can't do it. They only move the bowels and a mere movement doesn't get at the cause. The reason for your down-and-out fading la your liver. It ihould pour out two pounds of liquid bllo Into your bowels daily. If this bile la not (lowing freely, your food doean't digest. It just decays In toe bowels. Gas bloaU up your stomach. You have a thick, bad taste and your breath is foul, skin often breaks out in blemlnhm. Your head ache* and you feel down and out. Your whole system is poisoned. It taken thote good, old CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS to get theae two pounds of bite flowing (re«ly and make you feel "up and up." They contain wonderful, harmless, gentle vegetable extracts, amazing whan it eomei to making the bile How freely. But don't ask for liver pills. Ask for.Cacter's Uttla Liver Pills. Look for the name Carter's LltUe Liver Pills on the red label. Rewinl a substitute. 26e at all stores. O 1931 C. M.Co. ALWAYS DEAD TIRED? TIow slid! Sallow complexion, coated tongue, poor appetite, bad breath, pimply skin and always tired. What's wrong? Chances are you're poisoned by clogged bowels und inactive liver. Tako this famous prescription used constantly In plac« of calomel by man and women for 'JO years—Dr. Edw.'u-ds Olive Tablets. They arn hannle>-« yet very effective. A compound of vegetable iiigrpdltjius. They act easily upon tho bowels, help free tha .system of poison caused by faulty ollminatlon and tone up liver. Rosy cheeks, clear eyes and youthful energy make a suec«ss of life. Take. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, nightly. Know them by their olive color, luc, 30c and 60o. All druggists. —Adv. 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