THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIFORNIA!*,. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1933 1! r \ro K ir w to ENS NEWS Foe of Sovietism Giving Three Lectures at Church TAFT GRADUATION "The World Crisis and Communism" Topic This Evening "'/"'HtLJDRBN are degraded and \* downcast In Russia, living like so many rats, wild and restless and tho best pickpockets In the world." Dr. Iiouls Richard Patmont, lecturer i^nd traveler, told several hundred poo r jilo last night at the first of threes talks at Full Gospel Tabernacle.. His subject was "The Spirit and Face of Bolshevism." Tonight ho will speak on . "T?ho World Crisis and Communism," and Friday night on "Soviet Russia In Prophesy." The meetings are, open to all Interested people, according to the Hov. Charles Wesley Ople, pastor of Jhc : church. Tonight's address will be illustrated by pictures taken by Doctor Patmont in Russia. As lie speaks Iho language, he was able to get behind tho scenes, In a manner Impossible to those taken on "conducted Ipurs." Tho speaker believes that Sovietism Is tearing at American Institutions with political Intrigue and sabotage. Ho describes Sovlelitmi as a mechanical robot of materialism with Houllesw humans as the component parts. TAFT BRIDAL COUPLE ATPAR1Y TAFT, Jan, 26. — Friends gathered Saturday night at the old Paleto schoolhouRO for an evening of dancing to celebrate the recent marriage of Jlr. and Mrs. Walter Stubblefield. Tho bride was JIIss Anona Gill before her marriage. Just before midnight supper was served, and the nowlyweds were presented with gifts. Those attending the nffair wero Messrs, and Mesdames William Heath, Albert Kldd, Hugh Vlzzurd, Hugh Vlzzard, Jr., J. B. Hudson, Vance Webb, William Stubbefield, Chester W^lie, Amos GUI, William Johnston, Kenneth Adams, Eugene Johnston, Ralph Vaughn, Cecil Gerow, M. T. Bush, Burt Wathnn, Bob La Force, Uelores Blanco, Gerard Reyes, Juan Reyes, Stuart Rogers, Roy Ansen, Elmer Walker, Jim Whltener; Mesdames Tom Heath, Percy Hudson, Quentln McKIm, Jessie Wilkinson, Almeo GUI, Sam Jobe, Andy Root; Messrs. Hobbs. Robert Martin. Richard Martin, Jack, Robert, Everett, Sidney, Rodney and Leo Hudson, William Stubblefield, Chester Wylle, William Wylle, Jack Smith, Leroy Jones, Harold Smith, Eugene Jones, Westcott Wilkinson, Ben Wilkinson, IiRmnr Johnston, Blllle Johnston, William Vlzzard. Jr., Floyd Hudson, Reginald Hudson, Clarence Lovler, Clifford Hudson. Junior* Jobe, Ram- los, Werllng. Dan Garcia, L. Garcia, Eugene Wegis, Otto Wegls, A'ernon Root, Arthur Ansen, Deols Miller, Buzz Laird, Joe Rush, Bertram Sued- den, Darling; and the Misses Salm! Lane, Viola Hudson, Marjorlo Gardner, Bertha Johnson, Ethel Jones, Irma Wilkinson, Mabel Davies, Marie Webb, Florence Bush, Nina Emerson, Dorothy Aclmtz. Kathleen Hudson. Mary Reyes. Isabel Reyes, Raphael Wcgls, Freda Wegls, Verna Uout, Bessie Andsen, Elizabeth Johnston, and others. The hostess was Miss Marguerite Hudson. SPEAKER DR. LOUIS PATMONT LOYAL LEADERS HO'LD PARTY AT RESIDENCE Women of the Loyal Leaders class of First Christian Church gathered recently at the home of the Reverend and Mrs. Charles H. Hulme, 2201 Sun set avenue f9r a program and informal evening. . Mrs. Floyd Agee was in charge of entertainment. Mrs. Hulme was as. slsted In her duties as hostess by Mrs Carl Walker, Mrs. Ed Adams and Mrs. Agnes Pecrf. Berries and foliage were used in decking the rooms. Those present Included Mesdames Harry Wilson, Mateo Smith, C. F. Martin. C. W. Folk, S. R. Tatum, C. W. Parrel!, IT. S. Akin, J. E. Bishop, II. L. Perry, Floyd Agee, F. C. Park, Pearl L. Apperson, IT. F. Clement, E. A. Hawkins, R. V. Lammlman, Howard M. Hughes, S. I. Upshaw. J. R. Plerson, L. H. Bird, Chester Trona, Harold Broome, W. L. Jarrett, J. R. McDonald, L. E. Burcher, A. C. Mllll- son, E. F. Bartholomew, Jessie Murphy, T. O. Dltgen, H. H. Sanders, William- Bouchard, J. E. McCormick, Paulino Semlturler, C. E. Glraud, Tom Phillips, C. E. Rawllngs, R. J. Woolen. Agnes B. Peck, Carl Walker, E. G. Adams and the Reverend and Mrs. C. H. Hulme. Dr. Harvey to Give Address; Forty-four Boys and Girls to Receive Diplomas TAFT, Jan. 20.—Commencement ox- erclses for the midterm graduating class will bo held tonight at 8 o'clock In the Lincoln school auditorium. Dr. Harvey L. Eby. associate professor of education at the University of California at Los, Angeles, "Will give the ac'dress of the evening, on "America's Faith In Education." Tho program will open with three numbers by the Lincoln school band, directed by William G. Knight, followed by tho processional and Invocation by Rev. Walter B. Cole of the First Methodist church. The boys' trio of the school will give a choral response and Margaret Faughn will dellvur Hie address of welcome. There will be two violin solos by Miss Oeno- vleve Hoffman and two selections by Iho girls' glee club, directed by Sarah ir'mltb., Following the address by Dr. Eby the boys' trio will sing two numbers under tho direction of Barbara Borden. Legion medals will be awarded to tho boy and girl '• graduate winning them, this presentation to be made by Nick Kitchak. The class will be presented by E. J. Cuthbertson, principal of tho Lincoln school, and diplomas will be awarded by Frank R. Tolf, president of the board of education. Members of the midterm class are Johnnie Allen, Paul F. Austin, Jeanete Brooks, Carson Blacklock, Archie, K. Cameron, Edith Caylor, Marvin Chandler, Jane li. Coffee, Robert George Dcvino, Mary Lois Dennis, Jean D. Dane, Marylyn Doollttlo, Reginald J. Edwards, Margaret E. Faughn, Cloo T. Fleeiior, Warren Frank, Allen Herbert Freeman, Wllla C. HeSH, Lucille J. Ireland, Jlmmle A. Jones, Wesley La Vorn Kapp. Louise Kelley, Helen Theda McNatt, Wanda G. Meyer, La Vonne.McKenzle, Mad Ion Jane Mlsner, Sara S. Moore. Oran Newton, Noruh Nightingale, Eugene O'Dell, Ralph Oakes, Virginia Jean Porcho, Raymond S. L. Roberts, Helen L. Richardson, Dalton F. Robertson, Irving K. Smith, Helen M. Sleton, George T. Schoenly, Stanley TulU, Russell Taylor, Robert W. Townsend. Blille Margaret Tromas and Paul Edwin Yearout. CLUB TO MEET Potluck supper will be served at o'clock when members of the Ohio Club meet Saturday night In the Oildale Clubhouse. Mrs. Bertha P. Elliott nnd Mrs. Sarah Fish are In charge of arrangements. Mrs. Ada Hannan Is president of the organization. THEY'VE ENOUGH OF IT Maine voters recently overwhelmingly defeated the proposal to increase the state gas tax from 4 to 5 cents a gallon. Stockdale Dance Expected to Be Popular Event > 4 ' One of the affaire which will brighten the week-end will be the Informal dance te be held Saturday evening at the Stockdale Country Club. The event will be staged In traditional manner, with music for dancing beginning at 10 o'clock. As this Is the first large social event since the holidays, a record attendance Is expected. The din- Ing room will' be open for service throughout the evening It Is announced.. The club committee consisting of Walter Kane, Malcolm Brock and H. R. Warren will be In charge. PLEA FOR FURNITURE A chest of drawers, three chairu and something In the nature of a rug or carpet—tlloso articles would complete :he furnishing of a home for a destitute family, according to a local social worker, who is making an appeal to :he public. The mother In tho household Is an Invalid, and tho father does not make sufficient Income to make both ends meet. Anyone wishing to supply any of the articles listed may do. so by telephoning 4261-W. EASTERN STARS FETE EXECUTIVE West' Side Chapters Unite in Lavish Ceremony for Worthy Grand Matron TAFT, Jan. 26.—Honoring Mrs. Grace Richardson Butterflcld of San Francisco, worthy grand matron of tho grand chapter, state ot California, Order of tho Eastern Star, and- Lloyd Ellis Griffin, of San Diego, worthy grand patron, and their retinue 1 of grand officers, tho five chapters of the thirty-seventh district gathered In the Masonic temple In Taft last night. The affair marked tho official visit of tho grand officers to the West SlUo for the year. Activities of the evening opened with a dinner served In the banquet room with the grand officers ns honor guests. As hostess chapter tho Marl- copa chapter hnd charge of tho dinner, which hnd lovely appointments. With Mrs. Ruth Legar, worthy matron, and Thoivms Hllliury, worthy patron of Taft chapter, presiding, officers of tho Marlcopa chapter wero (Continued on Page Fourteen) INTENTIONS TO WED - Thomas F. - Wood. 22, Randsburs. and Irene Jinnett, 22, Bakersfleld. ,. David H. Weyler, 22. San Diego, ami Thclma L. Tllley. 18, Solano Beach. I, irate for the , caller who is bringing ' YOU valuable coupons, "NOW I FEEL FULL OF PEP" After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound That's what hundreds of women •ay. It steadies the nerrea ... makes you eat better .. . sleep better ... relieves periodic headache and backache ... makes trying days endurable. If you are not aa well as you want to be, fihe this medicine a chance to help you. Get • bottle from your druggist today. DR, VAN METER < CAREFUL DENTIST N»» liw (rltw « fUlti •«< Hi<f l« iur t»i Uktritvc 1421 Nineteenth Street AertHFrtm Wtlll'i ... 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Only, January 27 and 28 No. 1—CORNER OF TWENTY-FIRST AND CHESTER AVENUE No. 2—CORNER OF NINETEENTH STREET AND N No. 3—TWO DOORS EAST OF NILE THEATER LOIN PORK ROAST Loin or rib ends. Excellent quality, Pound nice, firm Pork 8c PORK CHOPS Small loin and rib chops from Pound the heart of the loin. 13c STEAKS Sirloin, T-Bone, Round and Rib. Tender and Juicy. Excellent Quality Beef Ib. 14C NT (OUT Shoulder Rib Cuts from our young tender Beef Pound 8c LARD Pure snow-white, freshly rendered 4lbs. HAMBURGER Springdale's famous lean ground Beef 3 IBs. 25c SAUSAGE It's Springdale's Pure Pork and seasoned just right Pound lOc BACON Cudahy's !/2-lb cello- wrapped packages; sliced. Nice and lean, and no rind Each 9c AUTO GLASS SPECIAL (Two Weeks Only) Any Size Crystal Door Glass Installed for $2.25 Trlbble Glass and Mirror Works 1906 Nineteenth Street Phone 314 SHEET MUSIC All Popular Hits PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY $1.00 ANY WATCH REPAIRED Materials Used at Cost Reader's .Jewelers 1522 Nineteenth Street .
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