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' " THE BAKERSFIELD GALIFORN1AN, WEDNESDAY, FEBKUARY 8, 1933 COMMUNITY DEPUTY VISITS BETHELAF DELANO, Feb. 8,—Mrs. Paulino Wright of Taft, grand deputy for Job's Daughters, visited Delano Bethel of Job's Daughters on Monday night at their regular meeting In tho Masonic temple. She gave Instructions to the new officers. February 20 was set as tho date for an age party. One penny will be charged for each year of a person's age up to and including " 26 years. \ The money realized from this party will be devoted to the educational fund. Refreshments of cake and cocoa were served. Members present were Misses Amy " Post, Jean Dlxon and Huberts. Ham- lln, both of Pond; Pauline Murray of Earllmart, Rebecca Tuttle, Nancy Smith, Lucille Hayden, Bertlle Morris, Qenevleve Marks. Members of tho Guardian Council present were Mesdames Harold Olson, Harold Appleford, Miss Mildred Mo- Rim and Carl Roesler. Mrs. Jack Hawkins ' Taft Party Hostess TAFT, Feb. 8.—Mrs. Jack Hawkins •entertained members of her bridge club at her home on North street re- 'ccntly. A luncheon preceded the afternoon of cards. Contract bridge was played and winners were Mesdames Dan ,C. Sill, Clyde Trammel and Jacl Toon. Guests of Mrs. Hawkins were Mos •dames Richard Probst, .Walter M Keene, Dan C. Sill, Jack Toon, D. W •Mornn, Gcorgo Stewart, Clyde Tram fel, James Frazier, H. G. Barton, Ear Ralney and E. Gay Hoffman. West Side Women Enjoy Bridge Party TAFT, Feb. 8,-rMrs. H. W. Benn entertained, a group of friends las evening at her Seventh street home Bridge was played, followed by th • serving of a light supper. Winner at bridge were Mrs. Walter Miller first; Erma McClaln, second and Mrs J. A. Macnulny, third. . Mrs. Benno's guests Included Mes " dames Walter Miller, J. A. Macaulay F. E. McGee, Walter.'M. Keene, An derson McMalns, Mildred Curry Mathew King, Edward KInnebrew Joseph Cosgrovo and the Misses Zuv Belle Hopkins niid Emma McClaln. MOJAVE MOJAVE, Feb. 8.— Mr. and Mrs. .tllton Stradal arc In Los Angeles for everal days, Fauslo and Anirelo Cappello at- ended the Knights of Columbus 'ouncll In Los Angeles recently. Arnold Burdlck returned Saturday rom a visit In Michigan. Mr. Bur- dlck drove a new Chevrolet sedan out here. O. B. 'Wilkerson of 'Los Angeles moored to Mojavo last Friday, accompanied by his daughter, Anna Marie, and her friend, Ardls Money of Bevrly Hills. The young ladles are students of the Olrard Dancing Academy n Los Angeles and came here to as- 1st in the P. T. A. program. They returned late Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kennedy arid daughter Juanlta spent tho week-end n Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Bates Dowey spent ho week-end 'rlends. Miss Flossie LADY BILLS OF TAFT MEET In Bakersfleld with Hoffman spent tho week-end with her parents, tho A. H. •loffmans, and returned to Broad Oaks School In Pasadena on Sunday light. Wilbur Smith of Tehachapl, who Is attending school In Los Angelesj vis- ted tho A. H. Hoffmans Sunday. Mrs. E. Mullln has been quite III with tho flu. E. H, nobcrts Is convalescing after Ills recent Injury when ho foil irom a box car and hurt his leg. G. "VV. Hodges returned from Los Angeles Saturday, whero he has boon In dood Samaritan Hospital after a recent operation. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Rlley and sons spent the week-end In Bakersfleld. Mrs. Ray Temple has been quite 11 with tonsllltls and flu. She Is Improving. Mrs. Gcorgo Everett, Jr., spent several days In Bnkerefleld recently with her mothei-. She returned Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Brown and son Dale spent Sunday in Glendalo will friends. Carl Settle of Lancaster and Joe McDonald of Mojave made a business trip to Bishop over the week-end^ Herbert Lank and Luis Meehl spen the week-end In Los Angeles with their families. TAFT, Feb. 8.—The Lady Bills met n the Elks Homo yesterfiay for their egular business meeting. A delicious uiicheon was served prior. to the meeting by the hostesses, Mesdames A. Utzerath, G. A, 'Northway nnd A. F. Lytle. After the meeting, INTERESTING ROSEDALE NOTES HONOR ROLL PUPILS oy, and granddaughter, Nornin of Bakersflcld wore guests of Paul ROSEDALE, Feb. 8.—Mr. and Mrs.' Jack .Shaddow and niece, Nadlno McCoy, ' ---. L6o of : „ Grauf Sunday afternoon. Roland Froehllch and Mr.. H. 0. Jones motored to Tehachapl Friday. Mrs, Lola Adams, Hilda Huffman and Albert Burnett of Delano were guests Sunday of Miss Odotta Adams the afternoon was devoted to bridge and prizes were won by Mrs. N. B. Munsey, first; Mrs. j. F. Bennett, second, and Mrs, James rlunt, consolation. Those present were ,JWesdames John Elland, James Frazler, Fred Mitchell, 2. Turley, Charles Hawkins, C. B. MoCarty, F. E. Jordan, Frank Towne, Tllllo Keene, A. R. Young, N. B. MUnsey, L. P. Bennett, F. A. Utzerath, James Hunt, Mae Smith, H. C. Dohrlng, Ira M. Baumgardner, Mc- Luoas, Chlo Berry, C. A. Shaney, Arthur Thorpe, George Rumbold, Albert Wlnget, J. D. Peterson. The next meeting, Monday, Febru* ary 13, will be good heart day at the club. All Lady Bills are urged to attend and bring a remembrance for their good heart. Civic Group Plans Meet at Kernville KERNVILLE, Feb. S.— Secretary A. O. Suhre of the Kern River Chamber of Commerce, has mailed notices to members relative to the meeting of- tho association at tho Mountain Inn, In Kernville, next Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The meeting will be an open one, and members are solicited to Interest their acquaintances In attending. Prior to the business session a dinner will be served at the Mountain Inn, under direction of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver. « of Keene. Mr, and Mrs. Clark Williams of Jenkins avenue were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Qlen Clark of Bakers Eynaud family were dinner field. The guests of Mr, and Mrs. H. O. Jones Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Grauf visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard "Mattly of Panama Sunday afternoon. Emll and Frances Krawder of Greely wore guests Sunday of tho Huffman children. Miss Eudora Baldwin was an overnight guest of Mary Ellen Allen Friday night. > Derwood Frost was a recent visitor of Roy Wagner. ' Mrs. Art Renfro and Mrs. Margaret Prlddy were Thursday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jackson of Edison. H. O. Jones motored tb Los Angeles Monday afternoon. Louis Eynaud was a Sunday afternoon guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark of Earll- mart were visitors Saturday morn- Ing of Mrs. C. A. Beavers and Mt;s. Lola Adams and son Billy. Billy and Bertha Coombs of Bak- orHfleld wore guests Saturday of tholr grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. CoombH and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. llcnfro. / Mr. and Mrs. Art Repp, Mr. n.nrt Mrs. Art Ball and Mr. Brown of Bak- eraflold were Saturday evening guests of Mr, and Mrs. George Repp and children. Mrs. Hattle Wellor was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Weller of Frultvalo. Tho G. K. Repp family are moving to tho ranch formerly occupied by-Ulo Eynaud family. Tho ranch is being changed Into a dairy. Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Coombs of Bnkersfleld woro guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.. Renfro. Mrs. Lola Adnms and Mrs. C. A. Beavers and daughter, Pearl, were guests Thursday of Mrs. Pete Krauso of Palni. ATTEND C. E. RALLY ARVIN, Feb.' 8.—The Christian Endeavor rally held at the Christian church In Bakersfleld on Monday night was well attended by Arvln members. Those going from here were Myrtls, June and Hulet Combs, Dorothy Dial, Mildred and Otis Mitchell, Mary Jean Tucker, Francis Varnon, Helen and Loren Yaussy, Jlinmie Smith, Thelma Bishop, Ruth and Buddy Wllllford, Lawrence and Philip Krauter; Helen Hayes, Bernlce nnd Mildred Permenter, Helen Shearer, Trent and Ward Stockton, Dorothy Portman, Hazel Cobb, Betty and Bob Bonesteel, Evelyn and Marjorle Rexroth. HERE'S THAT QUICK WAY TO STOP A COLD MARICOPA Take Bayer Aspirin according to directions in package. Drink Full Glass of Water. TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI, Feb. S.—Mr.'and Mrs. Nolan Graves of Taft were guests Sunday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Don Rowe. A large barn on the property of Mrs. Bello Brlto collapsed Thursday from the weight of snow on the roof. Mrs. Brlte Is visiting a sister In El Monte, but neighbors took out grain and tools stored In tho barn and moved them to n place of safety. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shaw and family drove to Ontario Sunday, to take home Miss Louise Shaw, who has been visiting here. Mr. and Mrs: Ed Parks are moving Tuesday into town. They are taking the Archer house. Walter Hood of Bakersfleld spent tho week-end here with his father, H. E. Hood. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brite and children of Bakersfleld visited over the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Brite. Mrs. Arthur Farrar of Cummlngs valley and her sister, Mrs. Duane Homines and baby of Santa Barbara were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCulloch Monday. ' CALIENTE MARICOPA, Feb. 8.—Mrs. Pearl Green and son, Jim, Ralph Throop and Mrs. E. E. Ballagh motored to Panama Friday evening to attend a Christian Endeavor conference. Mrs. Georgia Olsen of Helm, district deputy of the Royal Neighbors, Hpent Saturday visiting with friends In Marlcopa. Powell Rader, president of Associated Student Body at the University of California at Berkeley spent the week-end visiting with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rader of tho Ethel D. lease. Mrs. Evelyn Elermann left Saturday to spend the week-end visiting with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freeinan. Ray Rhodes, a student at the University of California at Berkeley, spent the week-end visiting with his mother, Mrs. Louise Rhodes. Mrs. Doyle Casey of Avennl Is spending several days visiting her mother, Mrs. Jessie Ruhl. with I VINELAND <S> . ^ <». VINELAND, Feb. 8.—Harry Carlan has returned from Fresno whero ho spent several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nate Krwln of Wasco were recent visitors at tho C. J. Cheek homo. Mrs. M. F 1 . Parish spent tho day recently with her daughter, Mrs. C. B Lowe of Rlvorvicw. • The Weed Patch Farm Bureau meeting will bo held Tuesday evening, February 7, Instead of Wcdnoa day tho usunl tlmo. Frederick Conoway, Robert Bono- steel of Bakersfleld and Donald nnd Robert Holler Joined a group of young people of tho Arvln Christian Kn- deavor who wont to Cummlngs Valley for a week-end snow party. Mrs. Leo Bunco entertained a group of friends at a dessert bridge one afternoon recently. Tho guests were Mesdames T* W. Frlck, S. R. L Wharton. M. F. Parish, II. O. Thompson, Lester Frlck, Forrest Frlck nm // throat is sore, crush and dissolve 3 Bauer Aspirin Tablets in a halj glass of warm water and gargle accord" ing to directions. Almost Instant Relief In This Way uine Bayer Aspirin Tablets dissolve with speed and completeness, leaving no irritating particles or grittiness. Get a box of 12 or bottle of 24 or 100 at any drug store. The simple method pictured above is the way doctors throughout the world now treat colds. It is recognized as the QUICKEST, safest, surest way. For it will check an ordinary cold almost as fast as you caught it. Ask your doctor about this. And when you buy,'see that you get the real RAYER Aspirin Tablets. They dissolve almost instantly. And thus work almost instantly when you take them. And for a gargle, Gen- A*k your druggist about the recent, price reduction on the 100 tablet size Bayer Aspirin. CALIENTE, Feb. 8.—The county road'district and welfare workers are reinforcing the channel of Callento creek to the south of town, to save the Bakersfleld road and bridge, as melting snow has the stream high. The rainfall here now: 12.17 Inches, the highest of record; last year, 10.19 inches at this period. W. L. Hopper and wife of Oildalo motored here Friday'with Mr.' Hopper's father at tho Fig Orchard ranch of the Rankin estate. . Mrs. John Mae Forgues and daughters, Delia Ray and "Cappy" Peggie Joyce, were at Tehachapl Sunday with Mrs. Forgues' parents. George C. Bonner motored home to Bakersfleld Sunday for tho day. Frank "Toots" Forgues and wife, Thelma, visited hero Sunday at the home of Mrs. Forgues' brother at J nnd Morton streets. Improvements are being made at the school building on East J street, at the direction of the clerk of the board, Mrs. Elizabeth Vanderpool, by Contractor A. Roy Manning of Beal- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Alva C. Williams and son Junior were at Bakersfleld Sunday for the afternoon and evening with friends and on business. Mr. Williams is with the Southern Pacific track department here. Visiting here on business from tho Loralno section Saturday was Mrs. Herb Natalie Mesmer and son. Mr. Mesmer Is now with the West End Chemical Company In the Trona district. Frank Rush left Friday to spend the week-end visiting relatives and friends In Los Angeles. Mrs. Bessie Chlpps, who has recuperated from several weeks' Illness In Alhambra, has returned to Marl- copa whero she will take charge of her cnfe. Mrs. Chipps was accompanied home by her son, Robert, who spent the week-end vlsltjng with friends. James Littlo of Los Angeles is spending: several days visiting with his sisters, Mrs. Lauretta Prenter and Miss Corlnne Little. Earl Colcmnn and son, David, have returned after making a business trip to Los Angeles, also visiting with his daughter, Miss Shirley, who Is attending an art school. Miss Stella Fltchett who Is attending college In Los Angeles spent the week-end visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fltchett. Mr. and Mrs. Burtram Rlcker of Los Angeles spent the week-end visiting with Mr. Rlcker'sv parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rlcker; also visiting with Mrs. Rlcker's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fltchett. Miss Magdalene Newman and brother, Elliott, returned recently from spending several days visiting with friends in Fresno. Mrs. Cella Moore and daughter, Helen, recently made a business trip O. C. Young. Mrs. Parish. First prize was won by Mrs. H. G. Thompsoi was pleasantly surprised with a hand kerchief shower honoring her birth day. Morrtnm and Merrill Bonesteel of Uixkersfleld wero week-end guests at the J. V. Holler home. The monthly mooting of tho Full Gospel Missionary Society was held nt the homo of Mrs. E. P. Williams. Mrs. J. E. Michael wns In charge of tho Bible Btuely period. A short business meeting was lield at which tltnn pliins were made for election of officers nt the March meeting. Tlinso In attendance worn MefidnmpB W. 13. Hooslor, .T. T.. Berry. A. Odeti, T. O. Prathor, Julia Flower, A. E. Onborn and J. E. Michaels. Tho younp people's monthly meeting of the Full Gospel Church was held at tho parsonage on Friday evening. A business meeting wns held, plans were inadn for a Valentino party to bo given at the J. E. Michaels home. Refreshments were served by tho hostess, Mrs. A. E. Osborn. WASCO, Feb. 8.—Tho honor roll for St. John's Parochial School includes ho following names: Phylls Carroll, 31to Crottol, Adole Crottol, Richard Bennett, Howard Bennett, Carlos Boron, Josephine Crottoll, Geneva Buecher, Martha Pohl, Helen Ruettgers, lullnna Torrez, James Carroll, Catherine Zellman, Delphlno Streumpf, \lvln Oraffrath, James John Crottol, larlos Borjon, Pearl and Arthur Crot- tol, Roberto Gallardo, John Coyne, Leo Crettoll, Andrew Ortez, Alexnn- lor Buochler, Reglna Strelff, Esther Gallardo, Dorothy Llnnenbrlnk, Alice tflsner, Edwin Schroeder and Olteva Llnnenbrlnk. The students receiving tho highest averages In each class were awarded merit badges and Included Martha Pohl. eighth grade; Helen Ruettgers, seventh grade; Catherine Zellman, sixth .grade; James John Crettol, fifth grade; Richard Bennett, fourth grade; Alexander Buechlor, third grade; Dorothy Llnnenbrlnk, second grade, and Alice Klsner, first grade. 4 • » Library to Observe February Holidays DELANO, Feb. 8.—With Lincoln's birthday falling on Sunday, Delano branch of tho Kern .County Library will observe tho holiday on Monday, February 13, when tho library will be closed all day. It •will also bo closed on Wednesday," February 22, In ob- snrvnnco of Washington's birthday. Book.M Issued during tho month wore 3216. The average, dally ISHUO was 120. The gall? In tho number of books Issued during the month over 1932 was 208 books, During tho month there wero 718 users of tho rending room, with an average of 29 using tho room each day. There wero B7 reference questions answered, 47 requests sent to tho mnln library, DO books reserved, 11 books borrowed from the stnto library, 42 now readers were registered, 139 new books wero received. Tho library wns open 25 days and J5.27 was collected In fines. , 4 • • Aid Society Meets at Offerman Home RIO BRAVO IUO BRAVO, Fob. 8.—Mr. nnd Mrs. James Crouch of I-Innfortl were wock- ond guests at tho homo of Mrs. Crouch's brother, T. M. Martin nnd family. Guests at the Martin homo Sunday worn Doctor and Mr*. Skein and children, Mrs. Fannie'Sophy and John Nohlo, nil of Taft. Jnmns E. Hung, Roy Nowmnn, Ver- cll Wilson and Mat Martin attended the county Farm Bureau meeting In Bakersfleld Saturday. Miss Madnlyn Rexroth, principal of the local grammar school, was a Sunday dinner guest at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank .1. Schlorlmnnn. Sunday guests at tho J. W. Mnyor home were Mr, and Mrs, George Dal- Kety and Doctor and Mrs. Skein and children, all of Taft. . Miss Emmy-Lou HnngHt of Belridge spent tho week-end at tho D, O. Moore home. Voroll \Vllson mid tho Misses Mnx- Ine Moore and Irene Wilson attended tho county Christian Endeavor exocti tlve meeting and rally Friday evening at Panama. Orval Graves and tho Misses Cecilia Haag and Blrdlo Suydam, all of Bnk- ersflold, spent tho week-end at their homes. Visitors nt the J. 0. Coble homo Sunday afternoon were Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. K Haatr and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilson. Gerald Martin was among the inem- bcr« of El Torro Club of the Shnfter OF CLUyNTERTAIN TAFT, Feb. 8.—The bridge luncheon given recently In the Masonic temple >y the Onaleda Club, social order of Faith Chapter No. G14, Eastern Star, proved a delightful affair. One of tha argest crowds ever to gather In th« .emple for a public card party nt- .nndctl and the uttcndanco was grntl-^ ylng to tlio members of the club who md worked so earnestly to make tha mrty rm outstanding event. Guests were seated at 29 tables decorated In tho Valentine motif with candy heart favors at each place. Tha serving committee mndo an effective appciiranco In their white dresses and rod heart aprons and served a dell- High School who party Sunday. enjoyed a snow .noiizii, lut-^iivi^ ujitua ci uui to Bakersfleld and Delano. KERNVILLE KERNVHVLJ3, Feb. S.—Mrs. Al Marble with her children, Elizabeth and Roger, of Whlttier, were here for a week-end visit with Mr. Marble the while as guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Herr. Mr. Marble Is employed on tho state highway with Mr. Herr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blalne, of Monrovia, visited for n few days with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Blalno at KR3. Mrs. John Potter, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. James, were business callers at Bakersfleld early in the week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Gaufjhen, former residents here and now of San Francisco, announce tho recent birth of a son. Mrs. Gaughen will be remembered as tho former Miss Margaret McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Welch were visitors In Bakersfleld Monday. Ministers to Hold Taft Easter Rite! TAFT, Fel). S.—The West Side Ministerial Association met yestcrdaj morning In the First llnptlst Church with Rev. II. D, Pettlt of tho Presbyterian Church, tho president, prcsld- IIIR. Easier sunrise Korvioes were discussed, and tho Hov. Mr. Petti nnd Captain Will Kins of the Salvation Army were named to arrange the location. Uov. J. L. Smith of tho Dnptls Church was appointed doan of the va cation Bible school. Two new mem hers, tho Hev. Mr. Morris of tho Fel lows Christian Church, and Rev. Dut G. Poynor of the Calvary Uaptls Church, wero Introduced and giwe fitting; remarks. Rev. Walter B. Colo of tho Methodist Church BIIVO tho message of thn day on tho\ topic, "Tho Rethinking of Foreign Missions nnd thn Financing of tho Siunc." This Interesting pupor wns followed by a short discussion. clous three-course luncheon. An enjoyable afternoon of bridge followed prizes being awarded to Mrs. Marie Tanner, first; Mrs. C. B. Johnson, second; Mrs, C. A. Shaney, third: Mrs. K. Morris, fourth; Mrs. E. Delaney, fifth, nnd Mrs. M. Moore, consolation. The Onaleda Club wishes to thank tho following for their many courtesies In making this affair a success; A. Ashor & Company, Taft Hardware Company, Midway Driller, H. Reader, Raymond Cigar Store, Mrs. 13. Shaver, Mrs. Phyllis Lindsay and Julian Taylor. Thoso assisting Mrs. Elizabeth Costello on tho luncheon committee were Kthel Williams, Maude Farner, -Maude PiiHsehl, Marion Bryant and Ruby Bodenhamcr. The committee In charge of decorations, serving and cards. Included Hazel Arnold, Hattle Reader, Mabel Sanders, Helen Tayloi', Florence Olson, Edna Maledy, Nora Lockwood and Mary "Welkins. Petroleum Club to Hold Bridge Party TAFT, Fcl). S.—Tho first mixed bridge party of the new year will take place Wednesday night In the Petroleum Club with tho usunl large gathering of members, their ladles and guests expected to bo In attendance. Cardrt will start nt 8 o'clock. Members may Invite guests to this event, which will be held in the clubhouse. A light supper will follow the party. WASCO i <s, .<S. WASCO. Feb. 8.—Mr. and Mrs. Cec.ll Best and two children have been transferred from Tiakersfleld to Wasco and nro living with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McNeils. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Greggs las-'t Wednesday. Jess Otto, son of Mrs. Jo Simpson, has been brought home from Kern General Hospital but will bo confined to his bed for some tlmo, . Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fraser have returned from spending a few days In Santa Monica. Mrs. .Tames Little, president of tho Progressive club, has called a board meeting to be held at her home Friday nfternoon, proceeded by a potluck luncheon nt. noon. Edwin Booth and Harry Fowler attended tho directors' meeting of the Farm Bureau last Saturday. Honry Krnuse and family havo moved from Mnplo district back to a homo south of Wasco. TEHACHAPI, Feb. 8.—The Ladies' Aid of tho Community church met Tuesday nfternoon at tho homo of Mrs. n. II. Offennnn, with the newly elected president, Mrs. I3d Parks, presiding. She appointed tho following committees for the year: Ways and means, Mrs. H. M. Cownn, Mrs. Cnr- rlo Downs, Mrs. George Burrlo and Mrs. Oliver Sopor; sewing, Mrs. Frank Bnumgnrt, Mrs. George Doyle, Mrs. G. H. Offerman; calling committee for February, Mrs. Ed Parks, Mrs. Olive Soper, Mrs. R. Q. Doupo. It was decided to pledge to tho church tho amount of $15 every month Instead of a lump sum for the year. Sowing was begun for tho Easter bazaar. Delicious refreshments were served by tho hostess Thoso present wero: Mesdames George Doyle, H. M. Cowan, R. G. Doupo, Frank Bautn- gart, Carrie Downs, T. C. Williams, Don L. Young, Ed Parks, Oliver Soper, George Burrls and the hostess. MO TABLETS ARE GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN WITHOUT THIS CROSS — — NORRIS it's lost a Want Ad IN ^p*^(p^wp^^w ^^^^^^^ WILL FIND IT :WEILL'S= Permanent Wave $1.25 BEARDSLEY BKARDSLEY, Feb. 8.—Troop Five of Beardsley Boy Scouts In company with Commltteemcn Paul Moffett and Elmer Montgomery attended the first aid lecture in thn auditorium of the high school Friday night and the Junior College basketball game In the gymnasium. The TJnllyl Beardsloy Camp Klre girls mot with their guardian, Mrs. Marie Brltton Friday night and outlined pluns for attending summer camp in June, The kindergarten and third, grade children of the local school were taken through the Bakerafield Post Office Friday before, beginning work on their quarter's activity. Mark Linscott, local Cubinastor has secured a permanent teaching position, in the Vineland School and will move his family to Arvln next Saturday. Scout Bxocntlvo C. C. Keen accompanied e. party of Junior College students to the Sierrau Saturday. The local eighth grade has 30 pupils enrolled and tho enrollment of the whole school Is now 346. Thare has been an increase of more than 100 NORRIS, Feh. 8.-^Mr. and Mrs. 13. L. Snow and family of Granite Station visited with Mrs. Snow's mother, Mrs. R. Morgan, Saturday. Mrs. J. Morosa and children, John, Joe and Marlanna accompanied by Manuel Garcia of Panama, motored to Frazter Park Sunday. A two-day sewing meeting was held DELANO aay oin at the holne of Mrs. W. V. Klrby, Thursday and Friday by the Rosedulo Farm Homo Department. The Norris School has orpahlsierl a Harmonica Club under tho leadership of Miss Hallto Parrlsh, tho primary teacher. The Norris P. T. A. will hold Its regular Founder's day and patriotic program February 17 nt the school house. Recent guests at. the .T, M. Hitchcock home woro J. A. Hitchcock of Chlco, Kbon Hitchcock of Sucnunento, M. H. Hitchcock of Virginia.. George 'Hitchcock and family, ami Mrs. Claude DleKle of Beatrice, Nebraska. There will be a dunco at the Morris School Friday nlghti DKLANO, Feb. 8.—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Fontreen of tho Rlchgrove district were Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will I. Alien. . Mrs. It. L. Culpepper of Tlpton attended tho meeting of tho Kern County Federation of Woman's Clubs on Monday afternoon. She Is a former member of the Delano club. .Sunday luncheon and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. S. McClees wero Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Shultz of the Pond district. Dr. and Mrs. Reger Cutting have as their guests at Delano Hospital, tholr friends, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E Putnam of C'nnneaiit, Ohio, who nr- rlvad Saturday nfternoon from southern California. Mr. nnd Mrs. Putnam are touring California for severn months and will spend a -week here with Dr. and Mrs. Cutting. MRS. KNIFFEN HOSTESS WASCO. Feb. 8.—Mrs. Grant Knlf- en will open her home Thursday afternoon to members of the Congre- ;atlonal Ladles' Aid for their regular nesting. A program is to be given md the day has been named membership day. Mrs. Arthur Miller will navo charge of the business meeting. OUICK AS LIGHTNING! LUCKY HAP BEIL-AHJ. of til ACUTE INDIGESTION . _ O Itrlkfi l«t« at NIGHT (when Arum •torn »r« cloud). Bt ufc—b« r««dy wltk Bell-«ni. Sis Bill-am, Hot wittr, Bur* Belief. 35* «nd 71* «t all drug atorta. " VALENTINES of the MINUTE for your Big "Moment" Whether she's a panther woman, a smart sophisticate, or a, Mary Pickford, you'll find in our varied assortment of Valenlines" jiwt the card to strike a responsive note, in your favorite feinme. INDIVIDUAL VALENTINES Ic to 50c Klmball & Stone The PirticuUr Drufgiitt Phone 53 Phon* 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY C« Bikmficld, Calif. BELL-ANS FOR INDIOISTION American Beauty $5.00 Permanent Wave The newest achievement in hair chemistry. Try this new hair <}> -<»> pupils in tho last two years without days in Fresno recently. During his the addition of another teacher. This Week's Special t Kyobrow Arch (I» . • Finger Wave «P • Color Rinse All three for only... Welll'B Beauty Shop Per Appointment Phono -1700 1 At your , druggitt'i TRIAL SIZE MouthwMh •t HALF the ucual price McKITTRICK McKITTRICK, Fob. 8. —Mr. nnd Mrs. L,. T. Arnold Kpenl the day recently in Bakersfleld. Charlea Grant spent a cijupln of McFARLAND I ! absence Mrs. Grant went to Callente to visit her parents, S. B. McLean. Mr. and lira. m * m **~ m * ji rs . o. Harris and daughter spent Saturday In Bakcrsfleld. Among those who attended the P. T. A, Founders day program of the West Side Federation nt Taft re- centlv were Mrs. C. W. Lowe, Mrs. D. K. McLennan, Mrs. Josso Schwab, Mrs. L. T. Arnold, Mrs. R. tt. Candle, nnd Mrs.- S. G. Douglas. Charles Campbell ha.s been transferred from the Union OH pump station at Ollg to Santa Margareta. Mrs. B, W. Bass and daughter, Blanche, are visiting relatives in Redondo Beach. Mcl'AnT.AND, Feb. S, — Miss Isribell Hull of Wasco was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Phllo Hull at her homo on Sorouil street. llo'nry Wnlrto returned Friday from IXIIIR neurh and Snn Brrminlinn, where he spent a fow diiyn attpndliiR to hiiBlncsa Inti-rpHtH. Wlillti In Iho latter flty h» WHS Iho guest, of hlK bon-ln-hiw nnd daughter, Mr. nnd Mi>. Cecil Tlowinnn. Misses VlUri Bounds nnd Edna Lewjs pntcrtiiined Sunday ut dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Oi:l) Bowman. C. N. Whltncro and K. S. Darby will return tonight from Loa Angelas, whore they f-pciu the duy on business. Henry Wnlcle, lopul well driller, Is nutting down H well for Mrs. Bnulah Smith on the Amanda Tecinley ranch right miles north of Mr-Fnrlnnd. _ A Body Builder W HEN you feel run - down, when your blopd is thin or stomach gives trouble, with gas, or "sour risings," try Dr. Picrce's Golden Medical Discovery. If you are thin- blooded, need to put on healthy flesh — this is the tonic for you. Mrs. Alma McGlnnls, Sta. A, Bakersfield, says: "I had bfcn eating very little, lost much weight, became nervous and caught cold rjslly. My doctor advised a good tonic and 1 decided to try Dr. Pierre's ('.olden Medical Discovery. I gained in appetite, strength and general health and would ad- vUc any one hufOrlnR HH 1 did to try this medicine." Sold by all druggisb. , , Wrlle lo Dr. rirrrn'i Cllvlr, J\aJtml», rX. V., for lrt» medle«l •drl<«. ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. Floyd J. Klopp and Dr. Oma C. Klopp, Chiropractors Now Located at 301 and 302 Haberfelde Building Phone 5151 Stop That Cough Quick! Take Thoxine—tho very first swallow will stop your cough within 1.", minutes. It will drlvo the fever, achincKs and cold entirely out of your system In a short time—get your money back If It doesn't. Thoxine Is a guaranteed safe, pleasant prescription for coughc, colds and sore throat—not a cough syrup. 35u. Sold by Hughes Drug Store and all other good drug stores. —Adv. El Tejon Drug Company k T(»\> IT I'honc I titi FHEE OH.IVE.HV StHVICE V. J. MOOKK K. L. I'AHKEIl The New Deal- A safe place for yaur money INVESTIGATE our plan at once— INTEREST PAYABLE QUARTERLY Bakersfield Memorial Park, Inc. A Limited Corporation AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $400,000.00 Identified With the Community Mausoleum Member of the Interment Association of California SPONSORED BY NEARLY TWO HUNDRED LOCAL MEN AND WOMEN— LEADING CITIZENS OF BAKERSFIELD AND KERN COUNTY Exclusive Service Representative J. K. McAlpine Land & Development Co., Ltd. Main Office—Community Mausoleum Phone 5032

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