'HIE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS f3Ka.-.rnei.. • i""'Jr~ tl .t **" < %3J 10 WASCO CLASS Twenty Students Graduated With Pleasing Program by Students WASCO, Feb. 4.—Diplomas of graduation from the eighth grade of thn Wasco Union Elementary School were presented by George Waugh, clerk of the school board, to 20 girls and boys Thursday evening. This class was the first mid-year term class to bo graduated from the Wnaco nrhnols, and the event was marked with an Interesting program of music and a play arranged by the teacher, Miss Margaret Elliot. K. F. Clemens, principal, presented the class and tnndo a short address. A largo, attendance was present. Sport dresses wero worn by the girls. Comparisons of the changes during the life of the nation were drawn In the play "Our Changing Civilization." The plan consisted of three acts, the first scene being In the enrly days when Washington was president, and colonial clothes were worn by the "The Culture of was the title of youthful actors." the Colonial Bra" the second act, and the minuet was danced hy Virginia Humanist, Lottie Lltten, Jessie Kline, Cordelia Wharton, Lorraine Banks, Marjorle Smith, Gladys Ebel and Iva Ixie Hhodes. Thelma Prathor nnd Dorothy Gocrtz acted as hostesses In this net. Act three was In the present day of "Modern Problems" with the cabinet of President-elect Roosevelt as tho characters. The cabinet wan composed of Keith I,lttle, Gordon Jones, Obed Larsen, Nathaniel Swnrtzcll, and Wilton McCombs, who read the prologue. The boys In the first net who represented the cabinet of George Washington were Everett Shafer ns George Wnshlngton, Obed Lnrsen ns John Knox, Franklin Cain as Thomas Jefferson nnd Henry Baggs ns Alexnnder Hamilton. Songs were sung by the groups nnd an Instnimentnl duet was played by Harold Glnn nnd Victor Bcrgthold. The pupils In the graduating clnss were Victor Bergthold, Franklin Cain, Hnrold Glnn, Obed Lnrsen, Keith Little, Wlllinm Mnshburn, Wilton McCombs, Everett O. Putnam, Everett er, Nathaniel S-R-artaell, Henry Appiey, Thelma Dorothy Gocrta DELANO DELANO, Feb. 4.—Mrs. H. S. Mo- dees was a Wednesday afternoon visitor at the Hugh Burum ranch homo In the nlchgrovo district, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Davidson motored to Wnodvlllo on Wednesday afternoon and visited with friends. K. M. Smith transacted business In the Alpaugh and Allensworth districts on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. C. nenfro of Snn Diego Is enJoylnR nn extended visit hern with her pnrents, the Rev. Edgar N. Thorn ami wife, while her husband, Ensign Unnfro, Is on a cruise to Hawaii. Mrs. Henfro will be remembered as Miss Rosalie Thorn. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Algle of Los Angeles wcro Wednesday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kyte. They returned morning. south on Thursday TEHACHAPr, Feb. Report cards for the second quarter of the grammar school have *een given out, and Miss Orpha Bcall, principal, announces the following honor roll for having an average of A: Seventh and Eighth grades—Miss Bead, teacher: Harold Powell, Gladys Pnukon, Lucille and Lucy McDanlols, Bobble McColloch, Beulah Forrester, Betty Dlckerson, Laurn Corbantcz. Sixth grade—Miss Ramona Crabtree, tencher; Rosa Mae Porter, Mary Elizabeth Shaw, Ruth Meyers. Fifth grade — Miss Jane Waters,, teacher; Betty McCarthy, Patty Brlto. Fourth grade—Mrs. Mildred • Marx, teacher; Blllie Smith. First grade — Mrs. Mildred Hicks, teacher; Richard Snylor. Those having a record of perfect attendance were: First grade—Rogue Damlan, Bobble Madding, Obcdln Acedo, Jesus Novarro, Allen Watts. Second grade — Jean McCarthy, Billy Woods, Wilbur Griffin, Rlley Greene, Mike Eckart, Jack Edell, Buddy Dlehl, Robert Beauford. Third and Fourth grades—Arthur Madding, Jackie Mathlson, June Cowan, Earnestlna Damlan, Margnr- ctte Errecart, June Hornburger, Jimmy Paragary, Florence Archer, Alice Dlehl, Dorothy Gray, Eleanor Holt. Fifth grade — Sidney Clmental, ROLL PUPILS AT MOUNTAIN VIEW MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 4.—The following students of Mountain View School are on the honor roll for perfect attendance during the second quarter; ' First grade, Vera Canwoll, Vertion Caswell, Alfred Mullor, Elinor Collins, Anna May Carter, Helen Orctleln, Fumlko Hlrabayashl, Eugenia Odcn; second grade, Robert' Grotleln, Ber- nlco Berry, Annie Jackson, Dorothy J. Seoger; third grade, Margarlto Tom- llnson, Margarlto Oden, Kathrtne Donaldson, Harold Hoke, Lowell Cozby, Eugene Carter; fourth grade, Helen Page, Dorothy MlrJaJI, Gertrude Jackson, Amlko Hlraboyashl, Henry Seeger, Oliver Prather; fifth and sixth grades, Frank Gomes, Philip Gomes, Lllllo Mlyajl, Lola Clendenen, Jack Carter, Sidney Brand, Eugene Ponton, Vada Stoops, Willie Mae, Prather, Russell Lewis, Alfonse Caton, Inez Oden, Melvln Ponton, Gabriel Gomes, Hlsako Hlrabayashl. Seventh grade, Clinton Collins, Winnie Collins, Richard Combs, Mary Coulter, Lillybell Pago: eighth grnde, Harvey Clendenen, Raymond Gomes, Milton Long, Hruco Ponton, Everett Tomllnson, Ernest Waldo, Helen Day, Gladys Ml- yajl, Florence Mohrl, Daisy Pearce, Mildred Pearce, Genovlevo Seeger, Davle Snellgrove, Ellen Hooser. Children of the third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades who were not absent or tardy during the entire quarter are: Harold Hoke, Eugene Carter, Dorothy Mlyajl, Gertrude Jackson, Henry .Seeger, Frank Gomes, Phllfp Gomes, Lllllo Mlyajl, Lola Clendenen, Jack Carter. Mrs. Katie Chlttlm reports that In the recent Constitution test the following eighth grade students received a grade of A: Ellen Hooser, Harvey Clendenen, Florence Mohrl, Helen Day, Genevleve Seeger, James Tracy, Bruce Ponton, Frank Tomllnson, Everett Tomllnson, Milton Long. A RVIN, Feb. 4.—The Arvln library \- had the largest circulation during .he month of January that has been witnessed during Its entire history. The total for the month was 1880, which Included 1015 adult books, 25 ion-fiction, and 738 juvenile books 3«sldes these there were 111 periodicals placed In circulation. The reading room attendance was 608, showing an 'ncrease over previous months. Besides all tho books available an almost complete line of periodicals nay be obtained. All these except :he current Issue may be taken out for one week. As a means of encouraging music In :he homo, records may be taken out on tho same terms as the books. Another feature which Is proving es- Baggs, Bsttr Jnr.6 Cobb, Rhoda Funl Sthei Zi. Nichols, Th?ima Prattler, and Lillian E. \Vharton. Perf ect Attendance Roll for Fairfax Keknrt Junior High Honor Rolls Announced MARICOPA, Feb. 4. — Membership In the Honor Club of the Marlcopn Junior High School nnd the honor roll for outstanding scholastic achievement are announced by Mrs. Rosettn Hamilton, principal. The v,, „!,.•«••, v -a, t« i honor roll of first-year students who Maria Diaz, Ruth Toflcr, Mary Watts, mftlntamed an nvsr a;j 8 of 90 or better Xarlyn Marx. El via Sandovnl, Betty' McCarthy, Aline Hornburger, Placela Cnstllla, Patty Brlto, Frank Weatherholt. Marshnll Pedlgo, Phillip Pnukln, Marlon Miller, Theodore John»on, | Erie Johnson, Jackie Erlart, Eddlo Hauhrlck, Harthlcy Greenwood, Jesus FAIRFAX, Feb. 4.—Pupils of Fntr- fax School who have a perfect attendance record for the second nuar- ter are: First and second grades, Robert Stothler, Darlal Rowe, Vernon Klme, Beverly Klmc: third, fourth and fifth grades, Richard Burgcsn, Glenn Deuel, Roy Browning, Blllie Herring, Calvin Domrles, Mary Oliver!, Arleno Domrles, Bessie Shlmono, Naomi Browning; sixth, seventh and eighth grades, Frank Deuel, Ardoan Baker, Fumlyo HIrata, Catallna Zambare- lun. Oral Butler, Paul Hancock, Yasuto Hlrata, Shlyuto Shlmono, Mat- suml Shlmono, Lloyd Deuel, William Deuel, Harold Gerrlsh, James Hanrl- han, Lyle York, Eileen Jobe. BIRTHDAY PARTY DELANO, Feb. 4. — Mrs. Ceorge King entertained Informally on Monday afternoon, honoring her son, George William King, on his eighth birthday anniversary. School and neighborhood chums of the honoree were bidden. Out of door games were enjoyed, after which the birthday repast was served by Marjorle King, sister of the honorjjuest. The birthday rake centered the table and was decorated with eight candles. Enjoying the party with George wore: Oscar Morgan, Jr., Jackie Dorsey, Jackie Swanson, Bobble Welsh, Welsh, Marjorle King. Eugene ANNOUNCE HONOR ROLL WASCO, Feb. 4.—Tho honor roll as announced from the Wasco High School for the past quarter hy Principal C. C. Hill Includes the following: Four As, Jessie Gwln, Betty Lowe, Jean Robertson and Ruth Wlebo (4%). Three As, Albert Booth, Tenn Olocck- ler, Evelyn Hadlock (3H). Ruth Mason, Edwin Neufcld, Elizabeth Otto, Paul Otto and Pnvld Wittenberg. Sixth grade—Alice Beauford, Louise Greenwood, Helen Qulntlnl, Mary Shaw, Cum Vnldex, Milton Freeman, Chcsley Johnson, Jnrdon Johnson, Jeffrey Hniihrlck, Jose Martinez, Roberto Martinez, Ignaclo Sanchez, Joe Sola, Aurella Urzua, Edward Wiggins. Seventh grade—Paul Archer, Claude Forrester, Eddie Hornbiirger, Pete Ramos, Bobble McColloch. Eighth grade—Fred Ansolabehere, Chester Banduccl. GIVES BIRTHDAY PARTY ' McFAULAND. Fob. 4.—Mrs. M. B. McFarland entertained Tuesday afternoon honoring her son Gerald, who was celebrating his third birthday anniversary. The rooms of the homo were -appointed with a color scheme of pink and white and the tlmo was spent playing games. The honored guest received many presents. Prizes for games were awarded to Wanda Gregory and Wallle Peck. Pink and white appointments were employed In the refreshments, with a large birthday cake as the center of Interest and chocolate heart favors marking each guests place. Guests enjoying the afternoon were: Mrs. W, H. Peck and son Wallle of Wasco; Mrs. R. J. Hodson and son Bobble, Mrs. E. S. Darby and daughter Joan, Wanda Gregory, Eva Jean Carroll and Blllie Gene Smith of Delano. for tho quarter just closed: John Byers, Billy Brandon, Prankle Bush, Dick Rush, Joan Brandon, Patricia Dally, Ruth Coker, Shirley Flake, Pauline Ml»rh«ll, Lillian W.ilkor, Mnr- oan Vaughn, Stella Kennedy, and llobcrt Khalcr. In the first year Honor Club were the above honor students and In addition Dale Burroughs, Jack Canfleld, Clyde Dower, Ernest Hastings, Jr., Robert Lathan, David Munrtlng, Francis Rnpp, Mau- drlck Van Auken, Loye Wright, Na. dine Burroughs, Thelma Hauck, Helen Jolllff, Viola Payne, Maxlne Rankln, On the honor roll for the second- year students were Kenneth Dudley, Charles Heath, Vernon Helms, Ben son Ingraham, Bill Johnson. Ronald Kelley, Qrover Thorton, John Wells, Dorothy Coleman, Agnes Deaton, Mary Devlne, Martha Lou Gray, Clara Klncald, Mary Lytle, Mary Mann, Betty Montgomery, Alice Newman, Betty Newman, Theda Payne, Ruby Shlpnmn, Fern Slglcr, Clara Sims, Frances Thomas, Muriel Varley. Olive White, Olennabelle Wllhar- ber. The Honor Club for second year students Included the above and also the following: Gather Crawford, Russell Kamp, Helen Bailey, Sylvia Hosklng, Alta May Klnkade, Dorothy Preston. TO DISCUSS WILD FLOWERS WASCO, Feb. 4.—"California Wild Flowers" will be the subject of the discussion for the Sunday evening forum at the Congregational Church by Edwin J. Symmes of Bakorsflelrt. Colored slides are to he shown which are said to be very beautiful by those who haave had the privilege of seeing them. Tho forum will he held at 7:30. NEW RECORD OF PATRONAGE REPORTED BY ARVIN LIBRARY peelally Interesting to the children Is the addition of 600 sterepptlcon views, and 3 stereoscopes. These are Instructive and are used and enjoyed dally by many children. Residents are showing an Increased Interest In the library and are realizing more and moro Its value to the community. This has been manifested particularly by the boys and girls of high school and Junior college ago, who use the library frequently for reference work. The library Is open from 2 to 6 p. m, and 7 to 0 p. m, excepting Saturday when It Is open from 0 to 12 a. m. Mrs. Jessie Sort Is "librarian, and she Invites all to come In and get acquainted with the library. ARVIN WELFARE UNIT PLANS PMY FEB. 10 ARVIN, Feb. 4—A committee from the Welfare Lenguo met at the homo of Mrs, O. W. Rattllff Tuesday evening to formulate plans for a valentine party to be given at tho schoolhouse February ID. Tho parties given during tho winter have been the means of the welfare organization carrying on their niost needed endeavors. There are great demands at the present time for food and clothing and every effort Is being made to make the party on February 10 the most successful of tho season. The following committees were appointed: Hospitality, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wldmer, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stockton, Mrs. Merrill Barlow, Ned Barlow, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ratllff, E. L. Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Guln Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nance. Refreshments, Mrs, Guln Stuart, Mrs. Harry Wldmer, Mrs. W. P. Nance. Program, Mrs. O. W. Ratllff, Mrs. R. F. Stockton. Cards and prizes, Mrs. Thomas Hill. Publicity, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nance. Rosedale Defeated in Volleyball Game FRUITVALE, Feb. 4.—The Fruitvale g-irl«' volleyball team scored the!»first victory of the season Friday hy defeating the Rosednle team, 51 to 3*, on the Frultvale grounds. At the close of the game the California Sunshine Club served refreshments to the mem- tiers of both trams. Following nro the lineups: Frultvale, Lucille Stancllff, captain: Eleanor Stanford, Ruth Llcsch, Frieda Mills, Roseleo Denham, Margaret Owens, Virginia Brase, Florence Hlghtowcr and Jewell Orton. Rosedale, Helen Renz, Charlotte Williams, Vera Moore, Helen Repp, Delia Huffman, Edna Burrnge, Ruby Elrlch, Helen Warkentln and Johnadean Neufeld. AID MEET FORM DENIAL CLUB FRUITVALE, Feb. 4.—"Save Tour Teeth Club" was the name selected Friday Tjy students nt the Frultvale school to be used for all dental clubs to be formed throughout the county. The honor of selecting the name for the county clubs wns won by Fruitvale recently when Miss Clolla McCullough, county dental nurse, announced that Frultvnle school showed the highest percentage of students with teeth In perfect condition. Miss McCullough brought the pins to be given to members to the school Wednesday and they were distributed Friday, and the first "Save Your Teeth Club" In Kern county was organized. A constitution was adopted nnd the following officers elected: President, Luclle Stnncllff; vice-president, Eugene Griffin; secretnry, Rhoda Klzzlar; treasurer, Barbara Jacobscn; sergeant-at-arms, Eleanor Stanford. Charter members of the club wero those students whose teeth were In perfect condition on Miss McCullough's recent visit. Members of the Intermediate grades organized a Safety Scout Club Friday nnd elected Barbara Jacobsen president; Dorothy Ren, vice-president; Audrey Lundqulst, secretary; Rhoda Klzzlar, treasurer; Clarence Pcrlern, sergcnnt-at-arms. ARVIN, Feb. 4.— The regular meet- Ing of the Ladles' Aid Society was held nt the home of Mrs. Otto Vaussy on Thursday with Mrs. Henry Yaussy and Mrs. Carl Krauter assisting hostesses. The meeting was opened by slnslng "Clod Will Take Cnro of You." The dcvotlonals were ted by Mrs. Henry Yaussy. Mrs. J. U Krauter presided at A brief business meeting. A vocal solo, "Living for Jesus," by Miss Marie Brand, followed the business meeting, An added feature was a miscellaneous shower for Miss Brand, who will leave on Mondny for Osborne, Mo., where she will be married on February 1Z, to Dale Hawkins. Before presenting the gifts Mrs. Dora Lust gave a humorous reading entitled "Is Marriage a Failure?" The gifts were presented In a unique and Interesting manner. A beautifully decorated wagon, loaded with gifts, was drawn by three little girls, Mar- jorle Lou Krauter, Edith Pauline Mitchell and Dorothy Jean Krauter, who were dressed In dainty pastel colored costumes. To their wrists were tied large tulle bows and from these were tulle streamers leading to the wagon. Dainty refreshments were served. A valentine motif was appropriately carried out In the refreshments and decorations. Bakersfleld guests were Mesdames Harry Krauter, J. W. Krauter, Fred Olnusser, Dora Lust, Carl Krauter. Those attending from Arvln were Mesdnmes Isaac Upton, H. R. Portman, J. L. Krauter, M. H. Krauter, C. F. Rexroth, W. R. Brand, Carl Hanson, A, Peck. W. Spurlock, N. L. Packard, Walter Roush, R. L. Thayer, E. O. SHAFTER, Feb. 4.—Mr. and. Mrs. E. O. Kolbenstetter entertained In honor of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Haydock at-.dinner, Wednesday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Haydock, Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harris. .The Haydocks left for Loa Angeles Thursday morning, where they will make heir future home. - • • The Roaring Forty Dancing Club will give n party Saturday evening for members and their guests. A group of \Vodnesday Afternoon Club women will 'drive to Delano Monday, February 6, to attend the county club meeting. The meeting will begin at 10:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. A. Livers' mother, Mrs. Tames Langtihaw, her sister, Mrs. Clara E. Smith, and her nephew, Zeal Langshaw, drove to Long Beach on Wednesday, where they will remain for about a month. They have been visiting at the W. A. Livers home since the forepart of October. Mitchell, Swanson, Harold A. E. Krauter, Elmer Krauter, Augusta Sandahl, Otto Yaussy, Henry Yaussy and Misses Marie Brand and Dorothy Portman. E Baby Girl Conies to Home of Fairbairns DELANO, Feb. 4.— Mr. and Mrs. nice Falrbalrn are announcing the rth of a 7% -pound girl born January i. The baby has been named Nina :arle. Mrs. Falrbalrn will be remem- ered as Miss Frances Kerwln, young- st daughter of Mrs. Mabel B. Kerwln f Green Acres. •*PERRYS ENTERTAIN DELANO, Feb. 4.—Mr. and Mrs. P. Frank Perry entertained Informally at dinner on Thursday night at their Lexington street home. The occasion was the eleventh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Perry. Dinner was served at 7:30 and covers were laid for eight with places marked for Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paulden, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Roberts and the host nnd hostess. Table decorations were roses. ATTEND TRAINING SCHOOL. OILDALE, Feb. 4. — Many members f the Congregational Church and unday School have been attending 10 teachers' training school at the First Baptist Church In Bakersfleld, or the past ' week. The teachers' Bourse Is said to be Invaluable to hose who are teaching a Sunday chool class, or those who are In- erested. NOBLE GRANDS TO MEET FELLOWS, Feb. 4.—Tho Past Noble Grands Association will bo entertained nt Its next regular meeting on Wednesday afternoon, February 8 by Mrs. A'elma R. Allen at her home on the Bnnta Fe. AUCTION SALE!! of Reconditioned Farm Machinery and Equipment TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 7 Sale Starts 9:15 a. m. COL 0. S. GRANT, Auctioneer SANDWICHES AND COFFEE SERVED FOR LUNCH Nearly 150 Pieces to Be Sold to the Highest Bidders Corn, Cotton and Potato Planters, Hay Rakes and Presses, Mowers, Scrapers, Harrows, Walking and Disc Plows, Cultivators, Tractors, Trailers, Trucks, Wagons, Horses, Harness, Etc., Etc. TCBUO AE QAI E. We reserve the right to lell any of the IliUd michlntry at private s«l«,«lth«r. I EllMu UP OALCS before or during tht auction tale. Sal* Terms; AM articles under (50.00, cash. '•"""* w WS-SB»«B« A| , ar t|clei from $50.00 to $100.00, 50',i eaih and balance iettl«d by 8% In. tsrest'bearlng notes payable In three monthly Installment*. All article* above $100.00, 40% caih and bal. •nee settled by 8% Interest-bearing notes payable In monthly Installments of two, four and six months. A. H. KARPE'S IMPLEMENT HOUSE Auction at 615 East Nineteenth Street, BakersfieM Give Layette Party for Mrs. Fowier OILDAT,T5, Feb. 4.—Members of the Loynl Women's class of the Congregational church surprised Mrs. A. B. Fowler nt her home In Rlvervlew with a layette shower on Thursday. The honoree was the recipient of j many beautiful and useful gifts. Tho class members spent the afternoon sewing on small garments. Refreshments were served to those who attended nnd are as follows: Mesdames Perry Thatcher, L. G. Rogers, Ed Buck, F. G. Haskcll, M. Merk, Sarnh Fish, Sarah David, C. E. Flynn, C. 11 Stevens, A. B. Cunningham, C. A. Dresser, J. H. McNnugh- ton, F. R. Williams, M. G. Roberts, I Frank Earls and A. B. Fowler. ! KERNVILLE, Feb. 4.—The Woman's Club, a social organization of the ?outh Fork, met nt tho home of Mrs. " Irglnin. Rhodes In Kernvllle Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Heater Blalne presided and heard plans for a new membership drive. Plans wore formulated for n dance nt the AVoman's Ct'ih brill In WcMon. on the night of Fel-runry H. Members were Mesdames A. E. Thcohold, Wnltor Alexnnder, Levland Diamond, Willie Nlrholl and J. i L. Robinson, all Mrs. Millie Trumbull and Mrs. Hester Illnln of Edison KR3; Mesdames Vlr glnla Rhodes, Ruth Potter, Ida B, Pnscoc nnd Stella Robinson of Kern- vlllo. Following the business meeting refreshments were served. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs, A. E. Theoinld In the South Fork, Thursday iiflurnoon, February 16. •> • » BOY SCOUTS MEET SHAFTER, February 4.—The Bay SHAFTER 0 0 SHAFTEU, Feb. 4.—The Wednesday Afternoon Club held n. joint meeting with the Woman's Club of McFnrland. The Shutter club furnished the program In the American Legion hull. The following members went to McFarlnnd: Mesdamos J. C. Ohnnneson, John H. Wilson and son Peter, J. P. Harris, Frank I^atta and small daughter, Donna Jean, Clyde Zachnry and son Donald, Mary Luders, E.'J. Peery, D. H. Potter, D. O. Moore, P, K Arnold, and F. W. Herbert. Mrs. W. F. Dlckenson, president of th« McFnrland club. Introduced Mrs. Clyde Zochary, program chairman of the : Shatter club, who announced the following numbers: Rend I Tin by Mrs. H. S. Hampton, "The Silent Sex"; songs, Mrs. F. W. Herbert, "Garden of Happiness" and "I Heard You Pass By," Mrs. B. J. Peery, accompanist; short skit, "The Runaway," by Maxlne Moore and Leila Temple of Rio Bravo; group of three songs by the high school girls' trio composed of Elaine Anderson, Margaret Koehn and Evelyn Unruh, accompanied by Miss Verona Stone. A social hour followed. The refreshment committee served frozen fruit salad In lettuce cups and coffee. POPPY SALE SET FORE Legion Auxiliary Arranges Usual Activity to Aid Disabled Men •- ' DELANO, Feb. 4.— The -Woman'B Auxiliary of the Merle Reed Post ot the American Legion will hold their annual Poppy Day sale again this year. This decision was reached at*' their Wednesday night meeting which was held at the Legion hull, With 'Mesdamos Harry Paulden and K. A. Roberts as hostesses. Saturday be-, Jore Memorial day will be the sale day,- and orders are being placed for 1500 popples. Mrs. William Shewcraft Is chairman. A home-made candy sale will be> featured on .Saturday, February 18, In charge of Mrs;, Thomas L. Median, educational chairman. The proceeds will be used for the scholarship fund of World War veterans' orphans. ; On March IT they will hold a publlo card party. Tho proceeds from this will be used In local relief work. • Home-made cookies will be sent to the veteran's hospitals on Valentin* day. February 10 has been set aside for an all-day sewing meeting nt the Legion hall. Bed pads and cushion* were made at the last sewing meet- Ing. After the adjournment of the business session Mrs. William Scott, Fldac chairman, presented the Fldac drill team In a tableau. Mrs. Harry Paulden was the reader and Mrs. Jack Taylor accompanied at the piano. U. S. Cotton Exports 117,000 Prett Leaned T\'tre) NEW YORK, Feb. 4.—Exports of American cotton wore smaller this week than a year ago, totaling 264,000 bales against 381,000. Movement of American cotton Into sight aggregated 261,000 bales compared with 276,000 last yenr, .World visible supply of the American staple Is now 9,676,000 bales against 9,553,000 at this date In 1932. The figures are reported by the New York Cotton Exchange. i Scouts, Troop No. 41, held their reg- I ulnr weekly meeting In the Amerlcnn i Legion hnll. Thursdny evening, with F. N. Hnrmon, scoutmaster In chnrge. Knot tying contests nnd use of the rope In saving lives of those marooned In water were demonstrated. Raymond Kay passed the personal health test for which he will receive a merit badge. T. V. Little, F. F. Latta and P. L, Arnold were on the board of review. Two members gave n demonstration and tnlk recently before the biology class In the local high school on how to revive n person from suffocation by the Schnefcr method. Everett Wlcdmnn nnd James Rlley put on this demonstration. Enjoy Silver Tea, at Fellows Church FELLOWS. Feb. 4.—The Christian Church ladles hHd their silver tea at the church Thursday afternoon, with Mesdames C. A. Corbln. II. J. and J. O. Sunderland as hostesses. Mrs. Zada Rathhern presided with Mrs. Cecil Morris leading the the devo- tlonals. Voral solos were sune bv Mrs. C. A. Lindsay. Mrs. Ray Carson sang "Jesus Love," and both were accom- pnnted nt the plnno hy J. L. Allen. The mystery heart friend system was Inaugurated. Contests were held nnd Mrs. J. I,. Allen received the prize for spelling, Mrs. M. J. Srotf, Jr., in the naming of the most states In 10 minutes. All were Invited to the bnnquet room where valentine nlnce cards and favors, violets, ferns, Jasmine nnd myrtle made tho tables very attractive. Present were Mesdames J. L. Allen, D. L. Rlley, M. D. Foster, C. C.' Watts, A. W. Peugh. L. J. Morgan, D. T. Shands, Mnnerva Howell, S. R. Crawford, M. J. Scott. Jr.. Will, lam Tralse, O. R. Carter. Cecil E. Morris, C. M. Twcddcll. David Carson, H. J. Llppert, W. J. Harbison, J. H. Smlthoy, Thomns Stewart, M. Long, >. A. Barrett, J. L. Hnwell, Ray Gnr- on, Lorene Brownfleld. J. II. Mason, . A. Lindsay, S. T. Brownfleld. A. G. POT, Zada Rathhern and the hostesses. Mian Neva Allen. Ilettv nnd McFARLAND, Feb. 4. — The Forensic Club of the high school held a meeting Tuesday night at whlcTi four students debated the question, "Resolved: • That Students Not Receiving A and B Grades In High School Should Be Discouraged About Attending College." The affirmative side was taken by Paullta Llndloy and Maxwell Newby,* the negative by Owanda Dixon and Lewis Horton. The decision was 'n favor of the affirmative. An open discussion was held on th* debate question, "Resolved: That h. CHIz»nsh!p Orgnnlzjitlon Should Tie Formed In the McFarland High School." Following this, a -business meeting was presided over by President Violet Roomc, nt which It -was decided that all alumni who had part In the Interschnlastlc debating should be accepted as honorary members. Miss Thelma Monrc was appointed as debate manager for the second semester of the high school year. A social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served by J. H. Por- terfleld, nd visor of the group. Other* attending tho meeting were: Owaniln Dlxon, Paullta [SUNDAY SERVICES IN LOCAL CHURCHES Flrit Church of Christ, Scientist Eighteenth and C Streets A branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, n Boston, Mass,, holds Sunday uerv- ces at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. The Vednesday evening meeting at S .'clock Includes testimonies of Chris- Ian Science healing. Sunday school, or children under 20 years of age, onvcnes at 9:30 o'clock Sunday morn- r. The public Is. cordially Invited to __.end the church services and to cn- oy the privileges of the reading room nalntalned by the church at 324 Irower building, which Is open dally, except Sundays, Wednesdays and hoi- days, from 10 a. m. until 4 p. m., and ng. atte rom 7 until 9 p. m., closing Wednes- lays at 4 p. m.; open on legal holl- lays from 2 until 4 p. m. The subject or Sunday's Lesson-Sermon ' la •Spirit." First Christian Church Sixteenth and I Streets Charles H. Hulme, Minister Bible school at 9:45 a. m.: "99" class for men at 9:30 a. m. Sermon md communion at 10:45 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Parable of the Sower and the Seed." Christian Endeavor day celebrated In all C. E. societies at 6:30 p. m. Sermon at 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "Tho True Vine and the Branches." Special music at both services, Paul Brown, California director of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, will hold a conference In this church Monday evening from 4:30 till 9:30 o'clock. Supper served at G o'clock. Flrtt Methodist Episcopal Church Truxtun and H Streets Dr. Fletcher G. Watson, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Graded clasues for all ages. Morning service, 11 (.'clock. Topic, "Does It Make Any Difference What I Believe?" Hhla will be followed by sermons on "Knlth In Ood," "The Bible," "Divinity of Christ," "Immortality. Evening service, 6 o'clock. Topic, "Abraham Lincoln as American Citizen." Special music. First Baptist Church Truxtun Avenue, Between L and Streets Rev, Frank *O. Belden, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Topic, "Prolae Ye the Lord." Evening service, 7:80 o'clock. Topic, "Man's Need and God's Promise." Wo will dedicate the new pipe organ at tho morning service. Sunihlne Mission On FreiMio Highway, Rlvervlew Mrs. a. F. Glllesple, Director Sunday aclunil, 9M5 a, m. Children's church, 3 p. m. Sunday; Young People's meeting, Sunday. Evening service, 6 o'clock. Tuxt, Psalm 119: 129136; Mutt. 5:1-9. Tucmliiy evening, 7 o'clock, Hlblo Htudy mill prayer meel- Flrst Presbyterian Church Corner Seventeenth nnil H Streets Rev. John Murdoch, I'astor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. •. Theme for the mouth of February, "Loyalty." Morning service, 11 o'clock. Text, First Corinthians 1:23. Theme, "Simply to Thy Cross I Cling." Communion Meditation. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Eva C. Wheeler, state ircsldent of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, will be the guest speaker. Christian Endeavor meetings at 6:30 p. m. World Friendship class at 0:30 p. m. Monthly session board meeting 7:30 p. m. Xlonday. Monthly Sunday school board int-ellng.Wednes- day evening, preceded by a fellowship dinner at 6:30 o'clock. Midweek uerv- Ice at 8 p. m. Wednesday. First Congregational Church Seventeenth and G Streets Rev. A. S. Donat, Pastor Church school begins at 9:45, each department In rooms and opening worship program. Miss. Mary BUHH will speak to the Juniors and Intermediates. At 10 oVIoek Is the meeting of tho Friendship Club, led by M. F. Wllcox. Subject, "Jesus Colls His ApoHtlon." Morning service nt 11 o'clock. Sermon Kubject "Canst Thou By Searching Find God?" Argonauts meet at fi:HO P. m. Calvary Baptist Church Corner Kern and Nlles Streets Evangelist Albert T. Douglass, Acting Pastor Sunday school, y:45 u. m.. Harry E. Oregor, .superintendent. Morning worship, ll o'clock. Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock.' Morning subject, "The Mystery and the Mighty Power of tho Gospel of Christ." Evening subject, "The Wise nnd Otherwise Folks In Bakersfleld." B. Y. P. U. will meet at 6:30 p. in. Attorney Robert H. Jensen wl» address the Senior Union. Subject, "Perfection or Imperfection." Special mimic at each service. The 24 who have been received by baptism or letter during January will he given the right hand of fellowship before the Lord's Supper at tho morning service. St. Paul's Church (Episcopal) Corner Seventeenth and 1 Streets Rev. William E. Patrick. Rector Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany, ser.vlces as follows: Holy communion, K a. m.; Church school, 9:45 o'clock; holy communion and sermon, 11 a. m. St. Al;irgJiret'» Guild will hold Its corporate communion at the 11 o'clock .service. Meetings next wee(«: Tuesday at 7:30 p. m.. monthly meeting of, tlio Church Service League; Wednes.... ,r -oo j , „,-..• J I dnv nt 1 V- m., St. Paul's Guild; Mrs. M. S...Sage. adviser. The AVcdnesday at 4 p. m.. Confirmation evening? service will bo at 7:30 o'clock. Lecture by J. L. Kerchen from the extension division of the University of California, who will speak on "Technocracy nnd the Price System." St, John's Lutheran Church Corner of Twentieth ami C streets Louis A. Kiieffnur, Pastor Sunday school nnd Bible c|ns», 9:45 a. m. All clauses meet In tne church hall on C Htreet, between Nineteenth mid Twentieth streets. Divine services nt 10:30 a. m. Subject, "The Power of Faith." Regular monthly church services will bo conducted by tho pastor In Tnft Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock In the Girl Scouts' build- Ing. Ing. Wednesday meeting. uftttruoon prayer First Naiarene Church Fourth Street anil Chester Avenue S. H. Erwln. Pastor Sunday school, OMfi a. m. Standard classes for all. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Inspiration,'!] worship. Subject, "Ten Reasons Why Klrst Day of Week Is the Lord's Pay nr Christian Sabbath." Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "The Power of Truth Over False Doctrines." Senior N. Y. P.. S. meets nt 0:30. Tho midweek prayer services for February will bo the study of stewnrtlshlp. Trinity Spiritualist Church Woodman Itulldlng Ba.seim-nt Rev. Mary Crlswell Krnlro, 1'ustor. 1'hoiio 5US Sunday evening service only, at 7:30 o'clock. Siilijni'1, "llpullnif I'ower." Text, JiiiinJH 6:10. The niiHtor will ron- duct the Hurvlrc and give tho mes from articles and fluwera. class; Friday at 4 p. m.. candidates of the Girls' Friendly Society; Friday at 7:30 p. in., choir rehearsal. Unity Truth Canter Delia ShuttH, Leader in62M( Chester Avnnue. Phone 4514 Sunday school, 9:45 n. in. Morning sorvlro, 11 n'rloi'k. Subject. "Dlvliu KosirlossnoKB. Evening service, ( o'clock. Subject, Jeremiah 31-33, "I wil put my law In their Inward parts and In their heart will I write It." LCHSOPH In Truth, Monday 8 p. m. Hu.slne.sH clinic, Wednesday, 8 p. in. Dally meditation, "Snlrltuul Hookup," 1 to 1:15 p. m. Center open from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. The T*b«rnacl« Eighth Street anil Chester Avenue "Why Are There So Many Churches?" Is tho subject for tho big lecture Sunday evening In the tabernacle. This question which has puzzled millions will be madii plain by Evangelist Robert L. Bootliby. The Kern Academy Glee Club will sing. _, Church of Christ G and Twentieth Streets U. U. Forrest, I'astor Sunday Bcliool, 9:45 n. m. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Subject, "God atu tho Beginning" (Gen, 1). the first 01 n series on tlie Genesis account of creation. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock Subject, "Sin and It's Punishment. 1 ' Spiritual Science Church 1204 Bakt<r Street Rev. Josephine KdwurdH, Pnstor Evening service, 7:45 o'clock. Text First Psalm. . Also Tuesday am Thursday, 7:45 p. in. Alenc Sunderland, Cecil Morris. Billy Long, and Horton. Maxwell Newby, Llndlny, Myrtle Moomaw, Ossle Turner, Francis Grober, Doris Baker, Mary Thompson, Earl Hlggen- hotham, Melva Median, Gladys Peterson, Thelmn Moore, Ella Mae Hurt and Violet Roome. ROSEDALE 1 nOSEDALE, Feb. 4.—Patrlcln Elaine Miles wns a recent guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Pete Krause of Palm. Mrs. Hazel Acord of Bakersfleld WHS n recent visitor of Mrs. C. A. Beavers and Mrs. Loin Adams and Hon Billy. Sllva Smith of TSakcrsfleld was a recent visitor of tho J. Huffman "amlly. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Huffman nnd son Billy of Annhelm were week-end visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Huffman nd children. June Renfro motored to Los Ange- es. where she Is visiting relatives. J. Huffman hns returned to work on he PORO ranch nt Wnsco. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Krnuite of Pnlm vere visitors Tuesday evening of the C. A. Beavers family. Mrs. T. N. Knight nnd Mr*. Lnw- son L. I .owe were shoppers at Bnk- ersflcld Tuesday. The Ladles' Aid met at Mrs. L. L. low's home Thursdny afternoon. Janice Golden of Bnkersfteld wns an overnight guest recently of M(SM Lucille Renfro. T. N. Knight Is leveling the Lawson L. Lowe ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Krnuse of Pnlm were recent visitors of Mr. and Mr«. ">. J. Miles and daughter, Pntty Elnlnc. Miss Emmy Lou Hengst of Belrldgo wns a Saturday afternoon visitor of Mr. and Mrs. I^iwson L. I.owo. Mrs. Pete Helmforth Is recovering from n recent Illness. Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis Jnckson nnd children returned recently from two months' -vncntlon In Texas, where they have been visiting friends nnd relatives. Mrs. Qulncy Miles nnd daughter Patricia Elnlne wero guests of M|SH Frnnces Kruger Frldny afternoon. Miss Claru Hergesi-ll Is working for Mrs. Jewell HOMO of Palm. LONE STAR CLUB MEETS WASCO, Feb. 4.— The Ix>ne Star 4-H 'Club met on Wednesday evening with their leader, J. L. Fldler. New members received were Earnest Link, Wilton McCornhs and ("Jordan Jones. Project reports were given by the leaders. The refreshments commutes for the next meeting will be Victor Bergthold, Keith Little, Junior Jones, Jud.Hon Appley, John Gafner and WIN ton McComhs. Those on the program committee are Robert Smith, Louis KlasMen, BUI Mnshburn, Victor Bergthold, Henry Baggs, Everettc Putnam, Keith Little and Mr. Fldler. After the business meeting several numbers were played on harmonicas by Victor Bergthold. Sterling Grant, Wesley Haggs and Everette Putnam. Refreshments were served to 19 members. MARICOPA MARICOPA. Feb. 4. — Mrs. Branch of Bakernfleld spent George several days visiting her grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Bryson. . Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Klnkade spent Tuesday In Bakersfleld as the guests of Mrs. D. R. Mays. George Blake has been confined to his home with a severe cold for tho past few days. * Elliot Newman nnd Magdalene Newman were recent Fresno visitors. Mrs. R, N. Ilognn Is confined to her home with nn attack of Influenza. • FELLOWS ® ,4, 1'EMXWS, Feb. 4.— Frank Gordon wns 11 recent overnight' Sliest of his sister nnd hiiKlmnd, Mr. and Mr«. C. II. Morgan. Billy Lewis of the Hondo len«e Is convaluRcing from an attack of Influenza. Hubert Stone of Oakland Is visiting nt tho homo of Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Young. Mr.s. O. A. Tnlior IH III at her home on the Mauley-McGinn leant*. Mr. ami Mrs. Krnent Farllngcr of Sun DIoBo are visiting the former's slHtcr and hiiHliand, Mr. and Mrs. 3. II. Musser of the Hondo. "Why Are There So Many Churches?" Lecture Sunday, February 5, 7:30, by EVANGELIST ROBERT L. BOOTH BY The Boothby-Spillman Tabernacle Corner Chester Avenue and Eighth Street Music by Kern Academy QlM Club '
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