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»»**•« " t THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS Iff » • • • ^* • * ^^ • • • • *^ • •(•*••• PLAN illCONTESI TOPMAN, Feb. 0.—Thn February meeting of the Harmony Circle was well attended Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. W. B. Wilder. The devotional services wero led by Mrs. J. S. Brown. Election of officers was the main business of the meeting and the following members were elected: Mrs. Harry Cruznn, president; Mrs. M. L. Koker, vice-president, and Mrs. C. H. Traweek, secretary and treasurer. Plans were started for the making of a "mystery" quilt. Kach member will make a block which she will design, paying 1 cent for each piece of goods used in the block. The quilt when finished will be given to the ni*mber whose block contains the most pieces. Ladles present wtTo Mesdames Will Reed, Leslie Gammon, J. T. Culp, B. Vaughn, Harry Cruzan, C. II. Traweck, J. S. Brown, George Mauzy, J. G. Ross, M. L. Koker, A. O. Hood, C. E. Bolcrjack. O. M. Roberts, Earl McFarlaijd, Roy Wesson, R. 1'. Stringer rmd the hostess, Mrs. W. B. Wilder. Mrs. Culp assisted Mrs. Wilder In entertaining. Refreshments of cnke. and coffee Hold Final Rites for Em ami el Routh DELANO, Feb. 0.—Funeral services wore held this'morning at 10 o'clock for IJmanucl RoMth, who died Wednesday morning nt thn homo • of his son, Willie Kay Routh, east of town, after a longerlng Illness following a paralytic stroke. Services were held In the chnpel of tho Delano Funeral Parlors, with tho Hoverend Samuel H. Robertson, pastor of the Full Gospel Church In charge of the service. A quartet from the church wiing sacred selections. Interment was In Delano cemetery. Mr. Routh was a native of Brownwood, Texas, and wan 60 years old. 1I« Is survived by hia widow, Lillian Victoria Routh, a non, .1. B. Routh, and a daughter, Mr.s., Lllllnn Miller, all In Oklahoma, a daughter, Mrs. Lola Kmrlnn of New Mexico; n (laugh- tor, Mrs. Aitillo Rather of Wyoming, and a son, William Ray Routh, living here. PALM COMMUNITY DANCE PALJI, Fob. 9.—A community dance was given in tho, m-hoolhouso satur- day evening. The money is to !>«' used for purchasing cliches to bo used for community events. Those In charge of tht> dance were Mrs. W. V. Lewis, Mrs. T. Knight and Mrs. Lawson Lowe. K.-imlwlrhe.M were served at n late hour to !il»nit fifty rouploa. ...OUR MOTTO... ' Quality Foods, Low Prices and Courteous Service at All A. & P. Food Stores EGGS ......... doz.15c STRICTLY FRESH, LOCAL RANCH, LARGE LETTUCE Large Head FREE! WITH THE PURCHASE OF MAYONNAISE . . . pint jar 25c KRAFT'S "KITCHEN FRESH" PEANUT BUTTER, Sultana - 2-lb. jar I8c QUAKER OATS .... large pkg. I2c QUICK or REGULAR CIGARETTES 2pkgs.23c CHESTERFIELD, OLD GOLD, LUCKY STRIKE AND CAMELS LIBBY'S CORNED BEEF . . 12-oz.can I5c CUT-RITE WAX PAPER . . 40-fi.roll5c FINEST QUALITY MEATS CUDAHY'S PURITAN SLICED WITH THE PURCHASE OF BACON Dried Chipped Beef AN EXCELLE POT ROAST-First Cut Chuck CENTER CUT PORK LOIN, Blade End Roast -Ib. pkg. 1c Mb. 25c AN EXCELLENT BUY Ib. Me Ib. 14c Ib. lOc CENTER CUT ROAST. . .Ib. 15c HAM SLICES lb.25c SWIFT'S PREMIUM LAMB ROULETTE ...... Ib. 18c BONELESS ROAST VEAL ROULETTE Ib. I7c BONELESS ROAST RABBITS Ib, 25c FRESH DRESSED—FOR FRYING DUCKS Ib, 23c LONG ISLAND STYLE—FRESH DRESSED—FOR ROASTING PRIME RIBS Ib. I9c FANCY—GRAIN-FED BEEF RAINBOW TROUT Ib. 55c FRESH WATER FISH—CAUGHT DAILY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GRAPEFRUIT, Sweet . . APPLES, Fancy Delicious 4 for lOc 7 lbs.25c • GUEST AT« FELLOWS, Feb. 0. — The Aremo Club met recently at the homo of Mrs. (enrletta Young, Mrs. Clara Brand, president, holding n short business session. AH thla WHS tho social meeting those who wished played iHdgo, others enjoyed assembling jlg- aw puzzles. Mr«. Nell Fisher won ilgh prlzo In bridge and tho draw prize went to Mrs. Young. MeBdames Bornlce Stephens, Qeral- line Koeder and Emma Morris assisted Mrs. Young with tho games nnd refreshments. Then came the urprlRo fenturo when two little tots, itliiy Ixm Roeder and Naydene Humbold, came loaded with hearts and larts and drawing a small buggy with lackages which they presented to Mrs. Isabella Musaer, who was honor guest. Attending were Mosdamea Isabella Alusser, O. A. Taber, Anita McNanara, Berenice Stephens, Mauda Eley, Pearl C. Templeton, Grace, N. Cooley, Esther Hint's, Bessie Llppert, Nell Wisher, Emma Morris, Alice Hnmlln, Rlttersbachcr, Zella Parker, Kumbold and daughter Nay- TODAY'S NEWS FROM WASCO WA8CO, Feb. 9.— The Utility Board of Wasco held Its monthly meeting yesterday In tho office of Miss Wlnnl- fred Cokely. Preparations were made for the biennial election of officers of y 2, Tho two retlr- J. 0. McElvaney and tho board on May Ing members Leland Mrs. Bruce Little, president of the Kern County Auxiliaries of Legion, announced that a meeting Is to be held at Taft next Sunday. Among those who are planning to attend from Wasco are Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Little, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wllkson, Mr. and Mrs. Colver Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Brier. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A, Cokely and Miss Wln- nlfred Cokely were Mr. and Mrs. Merton Blackford, Miss Nina Blackford' and Mr. and Mrs. Buford Blackford, all of Bakersfleld. Tho Wasco firemen are entertaining their wives at a turkey banquet and card party this evening at St. John's hall. The members of the Altar Society of St. John's Church are serving the banquet. Both bridge and five hundred are to be played. The senior class of tho Wasco High School met. together Saturday evening In tho music room of the auditorium and held a jolly party which was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. Hayes. Games and dancing were the entertainment, which was followed with refreshments. Hhafter basketball teams will play Wasco teams here next Friday evening In tho high school gymnasium at 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elliot wero In tho south over tho. week-end to attend the funeral of Mr. Elliot's uncle, J. J. Parker of Ventura, who was burled nt Santa Monica, on Monday morning. Arthur Prltschke was In Wasco over tho week-end from Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Q. Gardiner of Lon Angelcn wero guests of relatives In Wasco over the week-end. John Ratzloff, who has been under a doctor's care in Kast Bakersfleld for some time, will soon leave and spend two Weeks at the home of John Nord at Rosedale, before returning to Wasco. Mrs. N. Dewlld spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs. J. Anderson, of Greenfield. Members who went of tho Progressive to Delano to hear Club Miss GLENNVILLE GLENNVILLE, Feb. n. — Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hlckerson and children of Fellows, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. B. Lewis and children, spent Saturday Hlckerson cabin on Fulton Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hand returned Ollvo Ethel dnne, ficraldlnn Roeder and daughter Mnry Lou, Clara Brand, Alice Castle, Ala H. Parsons, Dorothy Faust, Elsie Handy, Allda Hylton, Mary Anderson, I'hocbo tioodc, Beverly Young, Nettle M. Smlthc, Ella Falrcy, Llllle M. Hummel, Daisy Cnrr, Ixila Mason, F.lsle Roeder, Myrtle Moodle, Adell M. Smith, Henrietta Young, and Master Truman Fisher. SOCIE1Y NAMES HEADS FORJEMESTER McFARLAND, Feb. 9.—Members of the honor society of tho local high school met Monday night nt the home of Miss Mary Shlck, where the business session was presided over by the hostess, who served as president during the first semester of tho school year. , Election of officers for tho new semester of the year was held and [•"ranees (!rober was elected president; Betty Richardson, vice-president; Mary Shlck. secretary, and Peggy IJiinner, treasurer. Plans were made for the semester and a committee was appointed. The members voted In favor of joining the California Scholarship Federation. This measure nuiHt be passed upon by tho student biHly of the school. The following committee was appointed: Scholarship—Paullta Dudley, Mary Shlck, Peggy Danner and Phyllis Hendry. Following the business session refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her mother. Enjoying tho meeting with the _ members wero their directors, Miss i ness 'and pleasuro. Marie C. Lourenxo, IT. r. Allen and | John FInck, Earllmart farmer, trans- Alrs. Allen. Members attending wero Frances Grober, Betty Richardson, Peggy Danner, Paullta Llndley, Violet Roome, Phyllis Hendry and Mary Shlck. Josephine Siemens, state chairman of literature, speak on Monday afternoon, wero Mosdames James Little, Edwin Booth, W. O. Ulcry. Albert Dojiman, H. O. Bryson, J. W. McNeil/ John Nale and Hans Rasmusaen. Mrs. William Vogel recently returned from Qlendalo, accompanied by her son, Phillip Vogel, who spent the week-end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards of Y-uma, Ariz., ure employed on the G. Emmerson place, which will bo planted to cotton, Mrs. George Summervlllo spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Chandler, In Fresno. W. D. Ollar of Tulsa, Olcla.. hag moved Into the Kd Panter house. Mrs. Kd Panter Is In Bakersfleld under a doctor's care. at tho creek. home Tuesday after spending the past few weeks In Bakersfleld. Mrs. H. Metzner returned with them as their guest. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grey, two sons and party of friends from Taft spent the week-end at the Grey mountain home at Greenhorn Mountain Cabin Sites. Snow sports were en- Joyed by the party. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beard spent the week-end In Porterville and Springvlllc. Mr. and Mr.s. A. M. Weaver were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Owens of Bakersfield Monday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hitchcock Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huston nnd son of Hakersfleld. Miss Georgluna Williams of Woody is spending a few days us tho guest of Mrs. Rosco Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wadham and son of White River were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ames on Friday. t- PALM - T -<*> DELANO PALM, Feb. 9.—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beckendorf are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter, born •last Friday. The baby has been named Catherine Lucille Irene. O. W. Hlemforth and son Clifford and Guy L. Grcenleaf of Bakersfleld motored to Woody Sunday on busl ness. > Leon Epps of Frultvale was a Sunday caller at the W. 1'. Lewis home. Mrs. Harold Heath of Green Acres was an overnight guest of Mrs. Milton Heath Friday night. Misses Laurene and Vera Moore of Rosedalo were Friday evening guests of Miss Dorothy Hlemforth. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Curtis have moved to the Carl Miller ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Blalock of Frultvale were Sunday callers at the Ed Beck endorf home. Mr. and Mrs. Rayston Heath and son spent the week-end at Kettleman City, visiting at the Charlie Scheaf home. The farm home department wll meet at the O. W. Hlemforth home Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The topic is "Storage." Miss Pauline Hiemforth and Andrew Scott of Merced were Saturday evening dinner guests at the Orvllle Hlemforth home In Baker.sfield. DELANO, Feb. 9.—Mrs. H. W. Mellon spent Monday In Fresno on ,busi- PANAMA Tuesday. Mr. and PANAMA, Feb. 9.—Mrs. Eva Glade and daughter Eulu of Baker.sfield visited lit thu homo of A. O. Fisher on Mrs. Thomas Drury of Nampa, Idaho, who are in California on a business mission, are visiting their friends. B. H. Jordan and family. Mrs. W. S. Heclc and Sam Eberlo and wife have returned home from a visit with relatives In Fairfax and vicinity. Mrs. Catherine Welch and Benjamin Smith and wife of Taft were visitors at the J. M. Stevens home Tuesday. W. A. Van Horn has returned home from Los Angeles, where he spent the week-end. Mesdames Mary Bldart, Peter Gilll, Eurle Cook, Eva Dye, Margaret Mc- Keo Stlmeling and Mrs. Font Webster of Bakersfleld attended a meeting of tho P. T. A., Tuesday, tho occasion being the anniversary of founders' clay. Mesdames Gllll, Stimelliig and Bldart were former presidents of the chills which has during that time. acted business in town on Tuesday morning. Local friends will be sorry to hear that Mrs. FInck Is not well. Mrs. Neal Woodward is convalescing from a two weeks' Illness due to bron- ' ' kept her Indoors Mesdarnes William B. Smith, Ernest Ramsay, Nina Powell, R. L. Culpepper of Tlpton, made up a party motoring to Lindsay on Tuesday afternoon to attend a meeting of the Lindsay Woman's Club at which Miss Josephine Sleman of La Jolla, spoke. Sir. and Mrs. Chester Truppell who have made their home here for several months, have moved back to their former home In Long Beach. Mrs. Lucy Dorsey is enjoying a visit of several months In Selma with her sister and brother who make their home there. Mrs. Dorsey makes a spring visit there annually. Panama association and wero dally honored on the occasion. spe- Robert Holding has returned from a week's visit with relatives in Los ] Angeles. Mrs. Everett Van Horn Is spending I a few days In Taft. | Tho Neighborhood Needle Club met I Wednesday with Mrs. R. S. Holding. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Erlo Parish have I moved Into their home west of Pan- 1 a ma. POND POND, Feb. 3.—Mrs. J. H. Ralston and child ren were Sunday dlnne West Side Business Men Are Entertained With Talk on Kern Disaster TAFT, Feb. 9.—President Frank. A. Bauman was In charge of a busy meeting of the West Side Business kfen's Club yesterday noon In tho Shamrock banquet room when Hana W. Hanson of the Taft Junior College faculty gavfl an Illustrated talk on tho flood which occurreed In the Te- hachapl area last fall. Mr. Hansen displayed several slides made from photographs taken by himself at the several sites of destruction soon after the disastrous flood. Herbert G. Arndt, secretary of tho club and also secretary of the West Side, Oilfields Chapter, American Red ,'ross, was Instructed to attend a ! meeting of Pacific Area representatives and Bakersfleld Red Cross officials today at Bakersfleld to settle the question as to authority In tho Buttonwlllow area, Included In tho local chapter's district. Arndt was Instructed to turn the liuttonwlllow :iren over to the Bakersflold'chapter, both from tho standpoint of collection of funds and cure for the, needy In that district. It was pointed out thnt the local chapter has distributed approximately $1200 In merchandise there In the past few months and collected no funds. Announcement was made of plans for the Boy Scout father and son banquet at the high school cafeteria Friday evening at C:30 o'clock and all club members wero urged to attend and "father" a boy. Warren Burgess, manager of the Hippodrome, theater, who Is leaving Taft, was given a rousing farewell and a letter of recommendation Is to be prepared for him by the club. At the next meeting, a legislative day program Is to be given with prominent men to discuss outstanding bills presented In the state Legislature. February 21 a Washington program is being arranged by Postmaster Nick Kltchiik with Postmaster Todd of San Francisco to be the speaker. An American Legion program la to be given February 28. The secretary reported attendance at meetings Is now averaging 3C per cent! McFarland Teachers Discuss Recent Test MCFARLAND, Feb. o.—MIHS Lottie Long, seventh grade teacher at tho grammar school, wua In charge of a teachers' meeting at tho school Monday. The topic of discussion was the result of tho Stanford achievement test which was given the pupils recently. Mlsa LnVoeda O'Hagan, secretary of the teachers' club, reported $43 on hand. The teachers each give 1 per cent of-their wages to the welfare fund. Attending tho meeting were: E. M. Hlgglnbotham, Carl Plsor, Klsle May Sladc, Frances Jewell, Lottie Long, Kathryn Cavanaugh, Ruby Bowman, Vlda Bounds, Kdna Lewis, Ruth Heff- ner.^LaVeeda O'Hagan, Esther Miller, Wllma Long, Doris McKecn, Marie Miller, Eleanor MacDonald, and Jessie Smlllle. Enjoy Snow Party in Cummings Valley ARVIN, Feb. 9.—A group of young people from the Congregational Church enjoyed a snow party over the week-end In Cummlngw valley. They left Saturday morning, provided with heavy clothing, sufficient food, sleds, toboggans and skis. They were taken by truck as far as the IN MOJAVE EVENTS MOJAVE, Feb. 9.—The Junior Christian Endeavor will meet at 5 o'clock on Sunday evening. It will bo' sponsored by Mrs. Carol Thompson and Mrs. Glen Emerlck, and an Interest- Ing program has been planned. The Young People's Christian Endeavor had a very good attendance last Sunday evening. The meeting was conducted by Helen McBrlde, Juanlta Kennedy, Hazel McRoberts, Bob Gant, Charley Ross and Bill Wilson. New members were: Kenneth Sherril, Stephen Hardin, Eddie Monroe, Charley Moore and Miss Marguerite Anderson. Helen Hllyard was appointed chairman in charge of the hope chest, and also temporary social chairman. A Valentine social will be held tonight at the Community Church. A program Is being arranged. The public Is Invited and requested to bring comic valentines. Mrs. Carol Thompson and Mrs. Verne Cooper are chairmen. Refreshments will be served. A box social will be held on Thursday night, February 16, at the church, and the public is Invited. The hours are from 6:30 to 3 p. in. It Is requested that everyone bring well- filled boxes and these will be auctioned by E. Kelly. Bill Wilson is chairman. Delano Policeman Purchases Business V - - - , DELANO, Feb. 9. — O. A. Stone owner of the Delano Furniture Store and tho Delano Funeral Parlors, ha disposed of the furniture business to J. O. Adams, night policeman for th< city. Mr. Adams has taken possession of the furniture store, which Is !r. th Masonic Temple building, and has en WATER PROGRAM 1 IOPICAT MEET Urges Deluno Civic Leaders to Promote Activity at Sacramento DELANO, Feb. 9.—E. B. Armtrong of Earllmart spoke before th« Deltino Cliambor of Commerce at • heir luncheon on Wednesday, nt Hoel Kern. Leonard Fayle presided. Mr. Armstrong oxplalned a new map recently Issued by H. n. Hawley, veil-known engineer of Vlsalla, show- * ng the rainfall of southern Tular* ounty and northern Kern, as well as ither Information about the water able. He recommended that the •hamber of commerce purchase ono if these mups for the Information of he members and the community In rencrnl. It was voted to Instruct the secretary to purchase a map. Mr. Vrmstrong urged that voters remind :helr legislators that the water prob- em Is a vital one In these districts, and that their constituents expect im-« portant steps to be taken this year n solving It. Attorney Frederick Welsh of Bak- crsfleld was also a visitor. \V. S. Allen reported for the local welfare work, saying that approxl-* matcly JlOO had been spent In giving Idle men work at 20 cents per hour In cleaning up the city. He Invited suggestions for further work along this line. W. n. Woollomes reported for the county welfare program, stressing that the work camp at Bakersfleld had been taken over by the state, although being Ktlll under the management of the county supervisors. Dr. William H. Smith was appointed to co-operate In the observance of Public School week, which will be held here April 3 to April 28, under tho auspices of the local Masonic lodge. A motion by Frank Sinks was carried, thnt the chamber of commerce go on record us submitting an open challenge to the women of the community to produce a better community show or program thnn tho recent "Charity • Wedding," glvuu by the men. A vote of thanks was extended to Miss Jennie Bchlltz for the Bale of 125 tickets for the "Churity Wedding." It was announced that there were" many Inquiries coming to this district for farina to lease for tho production of vegetable!). .These Inquiries are coming from southern California. It was decided to have a 45-cent lunch served at future luncheon meet- Ings Instead of the 60-cent luncheon which has been the rule. Stocking Nurseries Boosts Local Work Due to the fact that local stores gaged Mrs. Albert Davis to run the arc stocking- nursery plants, bulbs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hale. Orvllle Hull from Tuft, visited hi relatives, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Tove> recently. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and I Mrs. E. C. Cozart wcr* Mr. and Mra. H. W. Williams and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ilussell Garrett, W. L,. Ingrum and daughter Mlnota from McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hale entertained recently with a farewell party, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bergen and family who are moving to Oklahoma. There were about 60 guests | point traveled on sleds, pulled by a team of horses, to Cummings Lodge, a distance of two miles. They were greeted by Herman Rexroth and Rob Holler, who had preceded the party In order to have the lodge In readiness. The Sunday school lesson was stud- led In the morning, after which all kinds of winter sports were enjoyed. Those enjoying the trip wero Mr. and Mrs. Klnier Swunson, Hazel Cobb, Vclma Shearer, Edith Chambles, present and" dancing was enjoyed until i " eU V Bonesteel. Lor^n Yaussy. Hoba late hour when tho hostess served 1 *rt Turkqr, Don and Hubert Holler, refreshments of cak* and coffee. i Fredrick Conowny, Herman Rnxroth, Mrs. W. Dekker and guest, Forest | Kvelyn and Marjorle lloxroth, Vernon Coulter and Martha Winding motored llo n lns Melvin Wllleford. Leland the then™" reccntly and ^tended Brand/Robert Bonesteol. FELLOWS BEARDSLEY BEARDSLEY, Feb. 9.—Cubmastor Mark Llnscott took his pack of boys to the courthouse Saturday where they examined the contour map of Kern county and to the Wasco Cream- cry where they were taken through the plant. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Baker entertained ut five hundred Monday evening at their home on 322 ,Moneta street, Rlvervlew, In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Llnscott who are leav- ng Saturday to live In Arvln. Mr. Llnscott has accepted a position as teacher In the Vlneland School. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Wocssner, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Keen, Mr. und Mrs. Mark Linscott, and Mr. and Mrs. Baker. • Richard Byrd was treated at the county hospital Monday for an Infected ankle. Richard Ballnrd Is confined to the hospital with an attack of diphtheria. .»-*-» GAME AT FRUITVALE FELLOWS, Feb. D. — Tho Areme Club, O. E. S., is sponsoring a bridge luncheon Saturday, February 11, at rj:3n o'clock, at the Masonic temple. A charge of BO cents will be made for both luncheon and cards, the proceeds ..... to lie used In charitable work, public Is Invited, whether to The Play cards or not, and ladles may bring their husbands to tho luncheon. llcservatloiiH should ho made with Mrs. Maggie Tabor, chairman of tho luncheon committee. Phone Black 93. Mrs. Henrietta Young IH to bo in chargu of the dining room, while Mrs. Hernlc(> Stephens will bo In charge of tlie bridge tables. Splendid prizes will offered. II. K. Waggoner Is nursing an Ini lured right wrl*t duo to breaking I into an artery while cranking his car. j Mrs. A. W. 1'eugh of tho Hondo I lease IM In Horn General Hospital, I where sho WIIH taken last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. AY. Banks visited their son and family George Jr., In Olldale. They also visited tho J. C. Banks family In Bakersfleld. Winifred Roberts spent tho weekend in Fresno visiting friends. . Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Williams and family have moved to the Manuel Sllva ranch which they recently purchased. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lea Smith and children have left for Wisconsin where they expect to make their home. Mr. Mendrln and family have moved from Wasco to the A. J. Russell ranch at Pond, which they have leased for the coming year. Mf. and Mrs. II. W. Banks accompanied Mr. Banks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pullen, to their home at Shannon and spent the week-end, Mr. and Mr.s. J. F. McLaughlin and nephew, George Daly, ;ir« spending the week with Mr. MoLaughlln's sister, Mrs. A. J. Russell and family. They are en route to their home In. Mln- i nesota after spending a month at '. Vallejo. | Pearl Anderson motored to Sxeter | Sunday to visit her unc-le and aunt, i Mr. and Mrs, E. R. Plepenburg. Mr. and Mr.s. Barton Campbell of Tracy, former residents of Pond, visited the J. B. Ladrt family Monday evening. ' Friends of Mrs. I. J. Lytle who! business for him. Mr. Stone will continue with the funeral parlors. The combined business enterprise was established by the late Curtis W. Beall and was sold to Mr. Stone after the death of Mr. Beall about a year ago. WHITACRE'S BUY RANCH McFAULAND, Feb. ».—Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Whltacro have purchased the ranch formerly owned by Andy Andrews and will move to their new home In the near future. The,' ranch Is located four miles southeast of McFarland. Mr. and Mrg. C. D. White will have charge of the Henry Ruff ranch which Mr. and Mrs. Whltacre are vacating. Both planted to cott»n. places will be flowers and other garden embellishments, Inspection work of the agrlcu^- tural commlKsIoner'B office has been considerably increased. The commissioner's office maintains this Inspection service under state law to guard against Importation of plant diseases and Insect pests which might do great damage to agricultural crops of tho county. Inspections of Incoming and outgoing nursery stock and plants are made by inspectors of tho office. SEWING CLUB LUNCHEON VINELAND, Feb. 9.—The members of the Weed Pat.-h Sewing Club were entertained at luncheon given by Mrs. Will Addlngton of Bakersfield on Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. The guests were Mesdames George Thornburgh, Everltt Thornburgh, Luella ' Combs, Thelma Hoke, O. C. Young, Arvln Richardson, Forrest Frick, Lester Frick, Chandler, M. F. Parish, L. W. Frick, Mary Campbell, Roy Hooper, C. B. Lowe, H. G. Thompson and Martin Troll. MEXICANS PLAN DINNER MO.TAV1D, Feb. 9.—The Mexicans of tho Cuthollc Church are planning to give a dinner in the near future, and all the national food so popular with Americans will be served. Entertainment will be furnished by local people, and Mojave residents will hear again Joe Annas, Joe Lagus and Cre- cenclo Paez and several others in an orchestra of stringed Instruments. This promises to be quite interesting, as it Is the first time anything like .this has been offered to the public. Plans have not been completed. GIVE VALENTINE PARTY DEI«ANO, Feb. 9.—The Rev. Willlam C. Eddy and Mrs. Eddy entertained young people of the community at a Valentine party at their home on Tuesday night. Twenty-four responded to clever Invitations and games and music provided a lively time. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Eddy. Enjoying the evening wore the Misses Verla Saylor, Florence Serrano, Kdna Pace of Earll- mart, Amy Poat, Ruby Shlflett, Martha Frey, Lois Kirk, Leona Pat- tlson, Clarkie Sharp, Marie Shultz, und Messrs. Albert, William and Harry Hlett, Ora Maupln, Howard Radeleff, DeWltt Smith, Richard Schalwltz, Herman Kanthack, Larry Davidson, Harold Shultz, Itoscoe Saylor, Raymond Ramsey, G. D. Colvard and Lawrence Nordyke. FRUITVALE, Feb. 9.—Tho boys' j hns he( . n at Keen 4 f or the p. (Kt yelir i 'will be glad to learn Unit she will bo j able to return to her home within a • short time, i Mr. nnd Mrs. J. ,T. Harris of 7Msmo i spent the week-end with their son- in-law nnd daughter, Mr. und Mrs. M. E. Dlxon. Fred Hills hns been trucking cattle I to tho Los Angeles market for Mr. j Wilkinson and took tho last load the ! wef-k. i Mr. and Mrs. W. II. TCusch nnd j daughter Edna spent the weelc-cnd at j ' Rcedley where they attended the wed- ; " . Kusch's brother, Elmer ' basketball team of tho Fruitvalo School will play the boys' team from Rio Bravo on the Fruitvalo grounds tomorrow. On February 17, the Fruitvale team will play the Greeley squad. Mrs. Margaret Stockton organized a harmonica band at tho school this week. Several rehearsals have been held. Tho girl students are planning .. a basketball team in the near future. I " r ?f r "' JUNIOR CLASS PLAY MARICOPA, Feb. 9.—"What Anne Brought Home" is the title of the jjlay to bo presented by the im-mbtTs of the junior class of tho high school in the local auditorium Friday, February 24. The cast Includes Paul Brandon, Helen Ilrasse, Esther Miller, Paul Permenter, Lee Payne, Hllde- garde Fleisher. Huford Rhodes, Helen j Morrison and Seth Warner. VICKS CUTS ANTISEPTIC COST IN HALF! PRICES EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 9, 10, 11 The Great Atlantic 6- Pacific Tea Co. I FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST OF BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA Cordially Invite* You to Attend Free Lecture on Christian Science By Bicknell Young, C. S. B., of Chicago, Illinois Member of thn Board of lectureship of Tho Mother Church, Tho First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Muss. TOMORROW EVENING AT THE CHURCH EDIFICE • EIGHTEENTH AND C STREETS, BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA Friday Evening, February 10, 1933 at Eight-Fifteen o'clock -»- r KERNVILLE -<*'! i i KKRNVJLLE. Feb. 0.—Bob Bussard of the fore.--! m-rvlco la iiway for a . few days' visit with his brother, , Claude, In Los Angeles. ' Mr. and Mrs. Tony Salsa are-jhomo i following a short visit with friends In Portervlllo. I'uul Rhodes, ••hl.-f clerk for Bert James, accompanied by Ellis Byrom, wera business visitors In Bakersfleld early In tho week. L. Morrel, for many years employed on the .Peterson ranch In the South Fork, had the misfortune to break his ' shoulder blade In a fall from u wagon Monday. He was taken to Bakersfield by Mrs. Lupo Burlando for medical attention. J. A. Green of the Kornvllle telephone exchange is away on a business trip to Glennvllle and McFarland. He was accompanied by A. H. Bales of , the telephone company an far aw Bak- ersfleld, where tho latter remained to transact business. Roland Hunter Is here from Lindsay • for a few days' visit with friends. Makers of VapoRub produce new mouth-wash born in a depression . . . priced accordingly W E make no extravagant claim* for Vicks Voratone Antiseptic. It is simply the best oral antiseptic Vicks Chemists could produce. And they were aided by the chemists, bacteriologists, and pharmacologists of our 16 allied organizations . . . ia America, England, and Germany. They examined the whole field of oral antiseptics. Some they found were too weak ... a few far too strong for regular use in the mouth. Most were very good .. . but all much too expensive. ANTISEPTIC So they produced a balanced antiseptic... mild enough to he used day in and day out without risk to delicate membranes ... strong enough to do everything on oral antiseptic can safely do. You can use Vicks Antiseptic in the usual way for all your customary uses. And Vicks Antiseptic has this additional unique advantage...Bora in a depression year, it is priced accordingly. Large 10-ounce bottle .— ... a usual 754 value ... for only 35l. • IAD BRtATH • MOUTH-WASH • OAROLi Daily Oral Hygint, Aftir Smtkinti &*• • ANTISEPTIC LOTION Miner Cut i, Abraiinni, Etr. Wes hot- ^^^iftlsSS?^^ are ""S* Regular Size ... a 75< value ... Only 35^

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