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... THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1FORNIAN, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 15,1933 OMMUNITY Victim of Bull Is Released at , Delano Hospital Growing Congregation Begins Erection of Building for District KERNVILIYE, Feb. IB.—As n result of growing membership In the Christian Science Church throughout this section, the congregation has felt the need of a church edifice, nnd Is now erecting a house of thnt nature. Following the plnns ns outlined by Ihe building committee, comprised of Mrs. P. Sumner Brown and Mrs. AV. T. Oliver of Kernville, and Kenneth Powers of the South Fork, the new structure Is being erected In Kernvtlle on a lot donated by P. Sumner Brown, of the A. Brown Company, adjoining the home property of Mrs. P. A. Bubnr. This building Is of comfortable dimensions, giving to Kernville Its second church and adding to the dignity of a growing community. Carpenter work Is being done by F>oy Radcllff nnd Mr. Powers. The local organization launched In recent years with small membership, following the precepts of the Mother Church and with home-held lectures, has Increased to the proportions, of an affiliation with the parent organization nnd is now known BH the First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Kernville. It is expected the new building will be ready for occupancy early In March. . DELANO, Feb. 18.—Jack Keafe of MoFarland, employe of the Albert Sohetlln ranch north and east of that place, was abls to leave Delano Hospital on Monday afternoon and return to his work at the ranch. Keefe was brought to Delano Hospital on January 18 after an attack by a mad bull In the corral at the Sehetlln ranch. He was tossed over the fence several times and repeatedly gored by the Infuriated animal before he was able to make hie escape by climbing a high fence. M'FARLAND STUDENTS VICWN DEBATE McFARLAND, Feb. IB.—McFarland students comprising the negative team of the Sierra Conference won In a debate with the -Delano affirmative team at that city Tuesday afternoon. The local:.team debaters were: Thelnm Moore, Frances Grober and Oslo Turner. Delano's team were Bob Stuart, Fay Tipton and Fred Haber- fleld. Bakersfleld's negative team won at the local school from McFarland's affirmative team, composed of Kathryn Rlster, Melva Meehan and Earl Hlg- glnbotham. Members of the visiting team were Dorothy Hanawalt, David Goldberg and Doris Hancock. The question for debate was, "Resolved: That motion pictures as they are now conducted are detrimental to the American people. Jack Moon of Bakersfleld, was Judge at McFarland, and George Polncr, also of Bakersfield, was Judge at the Delano debate. JACOB KRAUSE GUESTJITHDAY SHAPTEJR, February 15.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Hitchcock entertained Sunday at their home with o surprise party, the guest of honor being Mrs. Hitchcock's father, Jacob Krause of Wasco. The occasion was the celebration of Mr. Krause's eightieth birthday anniversary. A turkey dinner was served and the afternoon was spent by Mr. Krause enjoying his gifts and music which his 18 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren supplied. There were eight of his nine children present. There were 48 guests present and among those from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. John Just, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Duerksen of Reedley, M. Knth- erlne Becker and family of Pasadena, J. J. Krause and family of Bakersfield, Pete KrauM and family of Rosedale, H. H. Krause and family of Wasco, Mrs. Betty May and family of Bakersfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bergen of AVasco, Mrs. Claud Dtegel of Beatrice, Nebraska, and Mrs. Llda B. Morrison of Bakersfleld. Other guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Krause, Leah Becker, Elma Duorksen, Elsie Harvey, Lester Heath, Oliver Becker, Ruby and Paul Hagen, Lyle E. Harvey, Mrs. Helena Petker, Hulda and Peter Krause, Rosalie and Chuckle Hitchcock, Jean Duerksen, Mrs. Qulncy Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Krause, Victor Krause, Qulncy Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Fanlne and baby, Velda Krause, Jackie, ElolBe, Kenneth, Lawrence and Jackie Krause, Ruth Spencer, l»a- Velle, Frances and Mrs. J. M. Krause. FORENSIC CLUB AT McFARLAND PLANS BENEFIT FOR APRIL 21 M cFARLAND, Feb. 16.—Members of the Forensic Club of the local high school were entertained a't the home of Miss Frances Grober Monday night, The meaning and origin of the valentine was the theme of the evening and all decorations and appointments were In this motif. A valentine exchange was held by those present and a prize was given by J. H. Porterfleld, adviser of the group, for the student having the most novel one. Miss Violet Roome was the winner. Extemporaneous talks w'ere made and Miss Paullta Llndley gave "The History of Valentine's Day," and Mary Thompson gave a reading. An Important business session was held, at which plans were made for a benefit program to be given .the evening of April 2, The program will include two one-act plays and a formal debate. Other Important Issues were discussed which will be announced at a later date. Following this refreshments were served by the hostess. Attending the meeting were the adviser, J. H. Porterfleld; Thelma Moore, Conner Oobel, Virginia Alexander, Patricia Seawell, John Regan, Maxwell Newby, Wilbur Hylton, Louis Horton, Lawrence Tetrault, Everett Hollaway, Herbert Rntekln, Melva Meehan, Doris Baker, Owanda DIxon, Gladys Peterson, Mary Thompson, Paullta Llndley, Ella Mae Hart, Violet Roome and the hostess. Special music was furnished by quartet composed of R. L. Gates, Harold Van Gorkom, Pete Smith and Sam v___*. £ Jnnse. DELANO. Feb. IB.—Mrs. Henry F. Shultz, president of the Delano unit of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, announces the presentation of "The Aftermath," under the auspices of her organization, on Monday evening. March 6, In the social hall of the Community Church. It will be presented by Judge M. C. Summers, and his co-worker, J. Hall now of Los Angeles. It is a two- character drama which treats of the economic problems confronting all citizens from the angle that the press, the pulpit and the platform have not touched upon. It treats taxes, unemployment, soldiers' bonus, shortage of money, low food prices and the general struggle of business to rise. PALM ENTERTAINS CLASS TAFT, Feb. 16.—Miss Evelyn Freeman entertained her class of Sunday school girls with a valentine party at the Baptist Church Monday from 4 to 0 o'clock. Dainty refreshments were served by Miss Freman, assisted by Mary Louise Walker. Games were played. Present were Betty Joe Winslow, Mary Lee Holt, Dorothy Harder, Marilyn McCIure, Charlsie Shugart, Virginia Johnson, Teresa Walker, Gladys Eng, Doras Rambaugh, Arlene Argent, Roselle Krohn, Margaret Solme, Lorraine Love, Constance Bryant and a visitor, Rowena Krohn. Valentines graced each place as place cards given by Miss Freeman to class members. The girls gave Miss Freeman many beautiful valentines. Branchial Infections Need Creosote For many years our best doctors have prescribed creosote in some form for coughs, colds and bronchitis, knowing how dangerous it is to let them hang on. Creomulsion with creosote and six other highly important medicinal elements, quickly and effectively stops all coughs and colds that otherwise might lead to serious trouble. Creomulsion is powerful in the treat* ntent of all colds and coughs no matter how long standing, yet it is absolutely harmless and is pleasant and easy to take. Your own druggist guarantees Creo- mulsion by refunding your money if you are not relieved after taking Creomul- sion as directed. BeVare the cough or cold that hangs on. Always keep Creo- mulsion on band fominstant use. (adO PALM, Feb. IB.— Misses Thelma and Katherlne Beavers of Rosedale, and Delmar Hough were Wednesday evening guests at the Halbert Heath home. Recent guests at the T. Combs home were Mrs. Loran Bally and Mrs. C. E. Moore of Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rudd of Los Angeles were week-end guests at the T. Coombs home.. R. Rudd, who has been visiting In LOs Angeles, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Halbort Heath and sons, Leslie and Ijtwrenco, and Delmar Hough attended a dinner Saturday evening given at Rio Bravo by tho Christian Endeavor society. Dinner guests at the Orvllle Hlem- forth home Sunday were Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Hlemforth and children, Jack, Clifford and Virginia T«ee, and Misses Pauline and Dorothy Hlemforth. Patricia Elaine Miles of Rosedale was a visitor of her grandmother, Mrs. Peter Krause, Thursday evening. Sunday guests at the T. Knight home were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haloway nnd son, Hal, and Mr. and Mrs. Scth Turner. Sunday guests at the M. B. Coomhs home were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McLaln and children. Bertha and Bllllo of Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Clow and children, Bobby, Helen, Margaret and Jean, and Mrs. G. F. Flnck were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest G. Grandel of Bakersfleld. Miss Grace Beckendorf was a Sunday guest of Miss Lillian Lewis. Saturday guests at the W.' P. Lewis home were Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. LlUlffleld of Shafter, nnd Mrs. Lawson L. Lowe and son, Blllle of Rosedale. Mrs. Melvin Curtis of Rio Bravo was a recent afternoon guest at the O. W. Hlemforth home. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Scheaf and children of Kettleman were week-end guests at the Milton Heath home. Mr. and Mrs. John Grauf of Rosedale were Sunday callers at the Heath Bakersfield Guests Speak for Rotary DELANO, Feb. 16. — A series of short speeches marked the Tuesday meeting of Delano Rotary Club at the Delano Woman's Clubhouse. Three visitors from Bakersfleld, Charles Baer, Frank Dlgler and John Brooke were called upon by President John M. Hnberfelde to speak. They "responded with greetings nnd other messages from the clubs they represent and with local Items of Interest. The Reverend William C. Eddy, pastor of the local Community Church, who visited a Los Angeles Rotary Club last week, told of the southern city's meeting. SCOUTS ENJOY PARTY AT MOUNTAIN VIEW MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. IB.—An enthusiastic meeting of the new Boy Scout troop was held at the church Friday evening, with the Rev. F. D. Conaway In charge as scoutmaster. Messrs. B. E. Waldo, B. L. • Combe, J. P. Jensen and Calhoun, and fifteen boys were present. A meeting will be held each Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Following the meeting the boys went to the church social hall where they were entertained with games and refreshments by the members of the girls' classes of the Sunday school. Decorations and favors carried out the valentine motif. Those attending included Misses Beulah Heck, Barbara and Helen Day, Genevleve Seeger, Grlbble, Lucille Myre Ellis, and Lois Jeanette ROSEDALE -<s> home. MOUNTAIN VIEWI ROSEDALE, Feb. 15.—Mr. and Mrs. RuKsell Richardson of San Francisco were guests of Mrs. C. A. Beavers on M Albert Griffith of Bakersfield was an overnight guest at the Clark Will- lams home Saturday night. Misses Emma Eynaud and Jean Osborne of Bakersfleld visited friends In Rosedale Sunday evening. The Repp family have moved to the ranch formerly occupied by the Eynaud family. , . Mrs. Ray Stockton, principal of the Frultvale School, attended the board of trustees' meeting at the Frultvale School Monday evening. Lawrence Huffman of Bakersfleld was a visitor Monday afternoon of Mrs. William Huffman and children. He Is residing In Bnkersfleld but is planning to make his home here In the near futurer Mr. nnd Mrs. H. O. Jones motored to Tehachapl Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. John Lewis of Rio Bravo and Mrs. Halbert Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Petd Krnuse and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hlemforth, all of Palm, were visitors Sunday of Mrs. C. A. Beaver, who Is In a local hospital. Frances Kruger was an overnight guest of Miss Elma Handel of Shafter Saturday evening. Miss Pearl Huffman was a weekend visitor of Miss Frances Douglas of Taft, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jones and children motored to Tehnchapl Saturday. Frlck, Mary Lou Prick, Mary Alice Thompson, Elizabeth Wharton, Mrs. J. L, Burgess, Freddy Jensen, Kenneth Frlck, Archie Frlck, Bruce and James Ponton', Frederick Conaway, Derrel and George Bell, Troy Calhoun, Buster Blankenshlp, Irving nnd Richard Combs, Robert Holler, Ernest and Egbert Waldo and Eugene Ponton. OILDALE OILDALE, Feb. 16. — Mrs. J. H. Jones and children, Mildred and Melvin, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Archie Hughes and daughter Thelma nnd Miss Doris Brnun spent Sunday near Tehachnpl. Mrs. Berthn P. Elliott has returned home from Ventura. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Taylor of Los Angeles nnd Mrs. Elsie Bezdecheck and children, Billy nnd Fern, nnd Mrs. J. L. Meadows, all of Long Beach, spent the week-end nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Meadows. Sunday marked the day of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Meadows' wedding anniversary. A P. T. A. committee meeting was held recently and plan's were discussed for a chicken pie dinner to be held at the Standard School cafeteria on the evening of February 21. Dinner will be served from 6:30 to 7 o'clock. Proceeds to be used for a shoe fund for needy school children. A number of girls from the upper grades of the Standard School enjoyed a long hike on Saturday. They were chaperoned by Mrs. K. Kratka, Miss Frances Bragg and Miss Gertrude Wyne, teachers. A chicken dinner was enjoyed recently, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Quick of Oil Center. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar AA'illlams, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pruett and children, Miss Dorlas Williams, Mrs. Bert Quick and William Congdon of Oildale. SHAFTER TEAM DEBATEJ MOVIES SHAFTER, Feb. 16.—Local high school pupils defeated a team from Delano High Tuesday In a debute held at the local school on the Question, "Resolved, That moving pictures, as they are now conducted, are detrimental to the American people." Delano took the. negative side and, the following were members of the team: Huberta Hamlln, Bertllle Morris nnd Arthur Folsom. Shatter up- Held ths afflrmatlce and won the decision. The following speakers made up the local team: Darrel Janzen, Mary Lou Igo and Ewlng Hlte. Jack Bethune. of Bakersfleld was Judge nnd In his resume of the debate complimented the members of both teams. He gave Arthur Folsom, of the visitors, the honor of being the best speaker, and Darrell Janzen of Shafter High, second place. AVood- row Graves of the student body had charge and Introduced the speakers. The Delano debaters were accompanied by C. J. Roupe, vice-principal of the hrgh school In that city, and Lillian Ames. SAMARITAN REBEKAHS PLAN PARTY SERIES FELLOWS, Feb. IB.—Samaritan Rebekah Lodge No. B8 held its ****£* meeting Monday evening with Vivian Utzernth, noble grand, presiding. Two applications for membership were balloted upon, and plans for the Initln- lion were made for the evening or March 13. A communication from Mrs. Margaret Guerln of Wasco, district deputy president of District No. 36, stated that she would be present at the February 27 meeting to hold a school of Instruction. Mrs. Allda Hylton, vice-grand, announced a potluclt dinner for Wednesday evening, March 1. A splendid report was made of the bride party given February 9 at the home of the noble grand, Mrs. Utzerath, and the lodge voted to give a series of these parties at the I. O. O. F. temple, the next on the evening of March 0. Mesdames Etta L. Mnygren, Amelia Flores, Mamie Sutllff and Dora J. Hedrlck will be, In.charge of games and refreshments. Many guests were present from Taft and Marlcopa. Margaret Spangle, noble grand of Toft RebeUahs, and her vice-grand, Leila Hamn, responded, us did Mrs. Leona Barneburg 1 of the Marlcopa Rebekahs. At the ctyse of the meeting a social hour was enjoyed. Kernville Thefts Traced to Bird; Now Faces Cage KERNVILLE, F»b. 15.—The Vll- lags small bey, the eats, the dogs, fata and mice, and hot forgetting spirits and apoeks and the possible derelictions of one's own household, Individually have recently been looked upon with a suspicious eye by Roswell Welch, gam* warden for this district, and narrowly escaping the accusation of petty larceny. Buckles, buttons, ski straps, • pocket knife and a glove disappeared. And, In a moment of lassitude, Mr. Welch .darkened to the chirrup of a mistaken robin, harbinger of- spring, and gathered Into the warming sunlight hie fishing tackle for a general going over. Spoon hooks and spinners, bobbers and bugs, he hung up two by two, later to vanish one by one. The pressure finally became too much, so he watched In hidden waiting, resulting In the discovery of the cause of the pilfering. 'Twas a Blue Jay, of the camp-, robbing mountain variety, and who was using for a warehouse a large hole in a neighboring cot. tonwood tree. An Investigation of the cache disclosed a copy of most everything, excepting a spare tire and a reliable forecast of the weather. As behooves each well.regulated and conscientious game warden, Mr. Welch Issued warning to the offender to cease activities or suf- ' fer the consequences. FARM BWS'i McFARLAND CHAPPED' HANDS To quickly rellev* chapping and roughness, apply soothing, cooling Mentholatum. MENTHOLATUM Are You Rundown, Nervous? I MOUNTAIN VIEW. Feb. 15.—Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Bristol of Whlttler were recent guests In the J. E. Ranton ome. They have had a new well for omestlc water drilled on their place Miss Ruby Weed wa« a Sunday diner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lazelle f Bakersfleld. - ' Sundny wns observed as Boy Scout nnlversnry dny at Mountain View Church. Thirteen Boy Scouts at- ended the morning worship servlco nnd listened to a special service de- ivered by the Rev. F. D. Conaway. Arthur Lee, recently of Los Angles, has started extensive development of the F. M. AA'orthlngton place. A new well has been put down and plans nre being made for n large new residence to be located on the Panama Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Buerkle entertained at a delightful valentine bridge party and buffet supper at their home Friday evening. The ruests were Messrs, and Mesdames Gene Thornton of Taft, Robert Smith' of Bnkersfleld, E. L. Burgess, Everett ThornburB, Mrs. Bertha Rueter and Young Thornburg. TEHACHAPI VINELAND -<?> <5> w McFARLAND, Feb. 15.—Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Bowman entertained over the week-end for the Intter's mother, Mrs. May Trogdon nnd Curtis Faucett both of Fresno. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. S. Hays of Colorado, who nro the house guests of the Intter's brother, A. H. Newby nnd family, will leave within a few days for the south. Later they will return here for a longer visit with the Newby family before returning to their home In Colorado. , Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bergen and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bergen have left for their home in Oklahoma. They spent several months here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bergen. Mrs. Allen Bragg, of the Good Fellow's cafe, spent Saturday in Fresno visiting her two small daughters and her mother. Miss Bernlce Lobre returned to Bnkersfleld Sundny night nfter spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Lobre. W L. AVeaver has returned from Imperial valley where he went to obtain employment. He reports that work Is very scarce there because of the cold weather. Miss Emmy Lou Hengst, principal of the Belrldge School, spent the week-end In McFarland. Friday night she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J AV. Totton and Saturday niffht nnd Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dickinson. Mr and Mrs. Roy Jumper were entertained at dinner recently nt.the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. (Dutch) Wltt- mayer at Shafter. Another guest at the dinner was Miss Marjorie. Grant McFARLAND, Feb. 15.—Entertaining at their country home on the Golden State highway south of here, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hunefeld recently honored members nf the McFarland Five Hundred Club. • The valentine motif 'was used In the decorations. Following the games high score .prizes were awarded to Mrs. A. J. Peterson and E. L. Calkins, while consolation prizes went to Mrs. Idus Lessley nnd Gus Chandler. Delightful refreshments were served. Those enjoying the party with Mr. nnd Mrs. Hunefeld were their house guest, Mrs. Ella Stanley of Los Angeles, Messrs. nnd Mesdames E. L. Calkins, F. E. Traak, Idus Lessley, A. J. Peterson, Paul Llndley and family, Miss Margie Calkins. Messrs. A. H. Xewby, Gus Chandler, Jamod Newby and Don Burroughs. KERNVILLE Aid Society Meets With Mrs. Huckeba MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 16.—Mrs. L. C. Huckeba entertained members nnd friends of the Ladles' Aid Society nt 'her home Thursday afternoon. Plans were made to visit the Peacock Protected Dairy and Creamery, March 3. Arrangements were made to make two more quilts and the committee on plays reported progress. After a brief program the hostess served gingerbread, whipped cream and coffee. Those present were: Mesdames J. G. Nuns, M. A. Heck, M. A. Waldo, J. E. Ponton and son Vande, G. P. Thornburg, Everett Thornburg and daughter Patsy, E. G. Buerkle, H. G. Thompson, R. W. Burgess, A. Mabray, G. H. Fllkel, E. L. Burgess and son Lloyd, Hacker Cunningham, C. P. Clark, J. L. Burgess, J. M. Colllson, M. E. Andress, C. M. Cribble, Rev. and Mrs. F. D. Conoway. Farmer's Problems Discussed by State Head at Meeting at Delano DELANO, Feb. 16.—Alex Johnson of 'Berkeley, secretary of the California Farm Bureau Federation,,wasijthe guest speaker at the-jnonthly meting of pelano Farm Center on Monday night In the cafeteria of Delano Joint Union High School, It was preceded by an oyster stew supper attended by OO'rtdults and young people, Mr. Johnson spoke on .stato Farm Bureau activities, telling of'the problems which confront the farmer and how his organization Is helping to solve them. He told of the situation of the California • Fruit Exchange which had 92 per cent of the citrus acreage slgne* for marketing and of the weak-kneed ones who, thinking only of their own gain, dropped out and of the consequent demoralizing of market conditions and of Its disastrous effect to the producers. In ; this connection he also spoke of the "Compulsory Co-operative Bill" Introduced Into the first session of the state Legislature. He spoke of benefits which would be derived from the bill and explained It In detail. He also spoke of the loans which agriculture can now secure from the new government setup for that purpose by placing their applications for loans upon their crops. Offices are located at San Francisco and Los Angeles, and these loans will cost the farmer 6H per cent Interest. Nat Hudson, assistant county farm adviser, was also a speaker. His sub- KERNVILLE, Feb. 15.—Mrs. Edith P. Bcohtel, a member of the Rebekah lodge Installing tenm who was in Tehachapl at the time Mr. Bechtel received word of the buffalo hunt In Arizona, returned to Kernville In time to accompany him on the trip. Willie Andreas, an employe of Art Alexander In the South Fork, had the misfortune Saturday to lose the first Joint of the first finger on his right hand by having It amputated In a grain planter he was operating. Mr. and Mrs. Hndley Frazler spent the week-end In a visit with Mr. Frazier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fra- zler, at Woody. Mr. and Mrs. Earnie FJod ison spent FRUITVALE of Shafter. Mr. and Mrs. Tod Garrett spent -•*> TEHACHAPI, Feb. 16.— Frank Baum- gnrt nnd Jack Papenburg drove to Los. Angeles Sunday for a short busl- MARICOPA F you are run down, nervous — blood thin, stomac distress with indi gestion or gas—tak Dr. Pierce's Golde Medical Discover to build you up, cor rect the stomach dis order and improve your blood. Read what Mr. F. W. Brandenburg of 1932 Sarah St., Fresno, Calif., gays: "Being in a nervous, restless, rundown tonic would help condition I realized a me. I had no energy whatever, certain foods would distress me after eating and I slept poorly. Before I had finished one bottle of Dr. Pierce's Medical Discovery I felt so different I knew the medicine was helping me. I took two bottles and N can say the 'Discovery 1 is an excellent builder." Writ* Dr. Plwref'c Clinic, BuSTilo, N, V. 4 : '••> MARICOPA, Feb. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. Homer Babcock left Saturday for n visit to Los Angeles. Howard Seveigney of Bnkersfleld nan been n recent guest at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. T. Price. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnrl Moore and family recently motored to Vlsalla. O. G. Miller and fnmlly were recent Bnkersfleld visitors. Mrs. Anna Mnlloy returned Sunday evening from a week-end visit in AVhlttler. . Gus Koutroulls nnd children went to Los Angeles Friday, Mr. Koutroulls going down Sunday. Mrs " F. R. Knlloch and Mrs. Edwards of Bakersfleld were visitors at the home of Mrs. Callle Brlte, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Powers nnd Mr. and Mrs. Al Watts and Mrs. Carrie Downs drove to Taft Sundny to nt- tend the county council meeting of the American Legion, later stopping in Bakersfleld to attend n theater. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Brlte have moved up from Bakersfleld and will make their home here. Three of the younger children of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Grlffen are seriously 111 at their home here. PRIZES ARE GIVEN TAFT, Feb. IB.— The Women of the Moose held n card party In the Legion hall with n large number In attendance. Bridge, whist and pedro were played, followed by the serving of refreshments. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. Ella Chrlstensen, first; Sari Hinkle, men's first, and Mrs. Bessie Friday, consolation. Whist prizes were won by Mrs. Christine Fields, first; A. App- llng, men's first, and Rod McDonald, consolation. Winners at pedro were Mrs. B. Jerome, first; B. M. Heath, second, and M. Coker, consolation. VINELAND, Feb. 15.—Cecil David and family are moving to the Eyraud ra »frfi' Jesse MoKane of Arvin was a recent dinner guest of Mrs. A. E. S M°. and Mrs. Nate Erwln of Wasco, en route to Ventura, stopped for an overnight visit with the latler's sister, Mrs. C. J. Cheek and family. Mrs. Arvin Richardson spent a few days with Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Troll. Mrs. Ross of Bakersfleld, Mrs. A. A. Oden and daughter, Mrs. Galno Hartley of Wasco were recent guests of Mrs. E. P. Williams. Mrs. Mary Campbell Is ill at tho M. F. Parish home. Sunday guests at the J. V. Holler home were Mr. and Mrs. George L. Myers and Earl Wllleford of Rio Bravo and Kennlth Ross of Bakers- Th'o- ladles of the community are asked to meet Wednesday at the M. F. Parish home to work on Red Cross material. If more material has arrived by then, plans are made to cut the material and have sewing machines so that the ladles can spend the afternoon In sewing. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Andress and son and Mr. and Mrs.- Raymond Andreas and baby went to Fresno to spend the week-end with relatives. Sunday nnd Monday visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Martin at their home at Coalinga. Sundny in Bakersfield and the San Joaquin valley. Billy Melton of the Kern River Cnfe wns n business visitor In Bakersfleld Saturday. Phil Hand, driver of the light freight nnd pnrcels stage, Bakersfield to Onyx, entered San Joaquin Hospltnl nt Bakersfield, Monday, to undergo an operation for an Injury received last fall while moving some henvy machinery. His work is being looked nfter by Charlie Hand, owner of the Kernville Stage Lines. Miss Bnrbnrn Tlminons of Kernville and Mixs Marie Keyser of Borel, who spent the week-end nt their respective homes, <*vere returned to Bnkers- fleld Sundny nfternoon by % Mrs. Ed Kewln of Borel. DELANO SHAFTER DELANO, Feb. 15.—Mr. and Mrs. B F. Bunker nnd their three children spent the week-end In Poplar, where they visited their parents and grnnd- pa jf rn 8nn(] jj rs . Herman Bonkosky, Mrs. Catherine Mnhnn and son Ernest motored to Plstno Beach on Sundny nnd spent the day there. Mr. and Mrs. David L. Shlfflet and Mr. nnd Mrs. Dale Pnrker made up a party motoring to Kettleman City on Sundny. T-3 jr. Smith nnd his son Leon transacted business nt Earllmart on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Will I. Allen entertained on Sunday as their dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith nnd their sons Enrl and Donald and daughter Mabel. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. B. Cameron nnd Mrs. David L, Shlfflet were Saturday business visitors nt the county sent. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith nnd son Leon were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Martha Snick In McFnrlnnd. ARVIN GIVE BUFFET DINNER McFARLAND, Feb. 6. — Mr. and COLDS in a Day Take two HILL'S CASCARA QUININE tablets right away—follow directions. You'll break up that cold in a jiffy. LI 11 I 'C CASCARA MILL 9QUININE MARKS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 15.—Mrs. M. V. Clark entertained at a dinner Sunday In honor of the eighth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Clark. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Orvnl Estes; Misses Leona Clark, Louise McComns; Messrs. Charles Lytle, Johnny Schuster, Wendell Hall; Mr. and Mrs. M. F, Clark, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dale Clark and daughter, Rose Marie. Mrs. J. C. Flnley were hosts at a midnight dinner at their home on Cnll- 'ornla avenue, following the American Legion Auxiliary dance which was held at the Legion hall Saturday night. The St. Valentine day appointments were used and a buffet dinner wns served. Guests were: Messrs, nnd Mesdnmes Dave Shlfflet, Dale Parker, George Eggleston, George Clark, Roy Sepply nnd Harry Schal- witz, all of Delnno, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Agullnr of McFarland. -*- BIRTHDAY DINNER PALM, Feb. 15.—A birthday dinner was given by Mrs. John Lewis in honor of her husband's birthday recently. Places were marked for Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. White, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Heath, Mr. nnd Mrs. Halbert Heath, Mr. and Mrs. AV. B. Wilson of nio Bravo, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis. ARVIN, Feb. 16. — Mrs. Mnble Thompson of Manhattan Beach Is a guest at the home of Doctor nnd Mrs. T. L. Hill. . . ,. Dinner guests nt the home .of Mr. and Mrs. Guln Stewart on Sundny were Mrs. Loin Hnll of Keene Miss Gladys Westfnll, Jack Spradllnff of Los Angeles nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. D. W. Znchelsz of Bakersfield. Mrs. Merrill Barlow entertained ut dinner Saturday night Mr and Mrs. O. AV. Ratllff and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. *Mrs.' L. L. Lake, formerly Miss Phylls Hanney and a resident of Arvin, now residing in San Francisco, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. AV. F. Mrs, Ray Johnson, who has been confined to her home on account of illness, is Improving. RIO BRAVO SHAFTER, Feb. 15.—The AVednes- day Afternoon Club will meet nt tho home of Mrs. O. T. Olscn todny. Mrs. Phoebe F. AA'ells of Mountain A'lew nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. I. M. Upton nnd three children of Arvin wore Sunday guests nt the home of Mrs. R. S. Carter. An Invitational dance for the high school student benefit fund Is to be given Saturday evening at the Woman's clubhouse, sponsored by the Wednesday Afternoon Club. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Midgley nnd daughter Frances drove to Snn Francisco Sundnv nnd will return today. Miss Alice Peters is working In the store during their absence. * Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Carter drove, to Mountain A r lew to spend the weekend with Mrs. Carter's mother, Mrs. M. A. Heck. Mrs. L. AA'iens. Mrs. P. L. Arnold, Murray nnd Richard Arnold and Elaine Anderson made n trip to Fra- zler Mountain Park Sundny and spent the day enjoying winter sports. Martin Anderson and son Don drove down from California Hot Springs, returning Saturday. Mr. Anderson IK a former resident of Shnfter and was looking after his property Interests here. FRUITVALE. Feb. 15.—The dance given at the school Saturday was well attended. With the sale of a number of cnkps nt the close of the evening, a considerable amount was realized toward the school welfare fund. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. R. Emerson and sons Loren and Marvin were visiting In Tnft Sunday, the guests of Mr. Emerson's sister, Miss Bessie Emerson. Mrs. C. E. Carlson wns a guest Sun- dny of her sister, Mrs. Paul Shannon of Bnkersfield. . . Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Waters and family, who have been residents of Jewett Lane, have leased 80 acres near the Rnsedale gin and are moving to their new home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green of Bakersfield called on Mr. and Mrs. Robert . Mr. and Mrs! Rlley Combs of Berkeley are guests of Mrs. Combs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. White of Green Acres, nnd expect to make a visit of several days. . Mrs. Laura Mlldrem and Mrs. Cuthbert Burrell and son. all of Hanford, who have been visiting at the Robert Youell home on Jewett avenue, have returned home. Mrs. Mlldrem is Mrs. Youell's sister. Mr. nnd Mrs, H. H. Sanders of Green Acres have as their guest Mrs. Sanders' father, F. K. Bray of Colorado, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Nesble nnd Mrs. Thelma Farey of Los Angeles are also guests at the Sanders home. ...... Mrs. A. NeuHeld of Shafter called at the Andrew Heler home Monday. Ject was the "Domestic Allotment Plan," now proposed In Congress. Tracing the history of this plan back to 1921, Mr. Hudson stated that It has been thought during all these years of agricultural price decline that the tariff nnd the Emergency Tariff act were the solution of all the ills which have beset agriculture; .yhe proposed "domestic allotment plan" Is the assurance that at last the lawmakers and the country In general have awakened to the necessity of some other form of relief, he salij. The three major Jobs which the domestic -allotment plan provides for are: First, to establish a fund approximately in proportion to the amount consumed In this country, multiplied by the existing tariff duties on those commodities. Second, the equitable allocation and distribution of tho established fund to the producer participating In the plan. Third, the prevention of expansion of production, and In fact a reduction of the supplies by reduced acreage. The girls' glee club of the school entertained with two vocal choruses. The meeting closed with a moving picture titled, "Haymaking," shown hv Mrs. Hudson. .Ul__ No More Gas In Stomach and Bowels If you wish to be permanently relieved of gas in stomach and bowels, take Baalmann's Gas Tablets, which are prepared especially for stomitch gas and all the bad effects resulting from gas pressure. That empty, gnawing feeling a^ the pit of the stomach will disappear; that anxious, nervous feeling: with heart palpitation will vanish, and you will again be able to take a deep breath without discomfort. That drowsy, sleepy feeling after dinner will be replaced by a desire for entertainment. Bloating will cease. Your limbs, arms and fingers will no. longer feel cold and "go to sleep" because Baalmann's Gas Tablets prevent gas from Interfering with, the circulation. Get the genuine, In the yellow package, at any good drug store. Price $1. Always on hand at HUGHES DRUG STORE GREELEY 4— GREELEY, Feb. 16.—Sunday guests of Irma Shroder were: Ella Helnrlcks. Hannah Nord. Fern Schmidt, Violet Nikkei nnd AMola Lelch. J, W. Byfleld. county supervisor of physical education, was a visitor nt the Oreeley School Inst Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Nord and family were Sunday guests at the home of Audrey Helre In Green Acres, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Flelshnuer were Sundny guests nt the home of A. A "Grandpa" John Ratsllff is spending a few days nt the home of J. P Mr.' and Mrs. Abe Schmidt and family were Sunday guests of the Jake Schmidts of Rosedale. Henry Bnrtel motored to I.OH An geles recently on business. Henry Flelshnuer Is getting the farm land on the old Eschaler rnnch rendj for spring planting. He Is planning on moving his house to this ranch In the near future. AT HEIMFORTH HOME PALM, Feb. 16.—Tho Rosedale Farm Home Department met at the home of Mrs. O. W. Hlemforth Friday afternoon. Tho main topic was "Storage." Mrs. Hlemforth was assisted by her daughter, Pauline. Those attending were Mesdnmes A. L. Renfro, L. L. Clow, T. Coombs, Halbert Henth, R. F. Snow of Norrls, Orvllle Hlemforth of BakerEfleld, Jake Nord, E. Perkins of Bakersfleld, Miss Lillian Brlnkman of Bakersfleld, and Misses Grace Coombs, and Paullue Hlemforth. DELANO VISITORS LEAVE DELANO, Feb. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Putnam of Connaught, Ohio, who have been here the past 10 days as guests of their friends, Doctor and Mrs. Reger Cutting, left on Monday for their home. They will go by way of Florida nnd. New Orleans. While here Mrs. Putnam underwent n plastic operation on the muscles of her right arm In Delano Hospital, «. » ENJOY TAFFY PARTY PALM, Feb. 10.—A taffy pulling party was given at the Milton Heath home Saturday evening. Those en- Joying the party were Mr. nnd Mrs. George Michael, Jr., of Rosedale, Mr. nnd Mrs. Royston Heath and son Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Scheaf and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Heath. RIO BRAVO, Feb. 15.—Mrs. F. C. Williams and daughter Leathn of Bnkersfleld spent Sunday at the G. AV. Mnyer home. Other guests nt the Mnyer home Sunday were Furmnn Torp nnd Bll Martin, also of Bakers- Rex Jameson and Miss Annnbelle Hulme of Bnkersfleld called nt the W. B. AVIlllnms home Sundny. Miss Evnlyn Rexroth of Arvin spent the week-end with her sister, Miss Madulyn Rexroth, nt the local teuch- erTBe j t Martin, county Farm Bureau president, nttended the farm center meeting nt Delnno Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Hylton nnd daughter, Elolse Cooper, of Fellows, were guests nt the W. B. Wilson hqme Sundny afternoon. Irene AVtlson spent the week-end nt the Hylton home. Mrs. J. B. Lewis was plensitntly surprised with n curd shower Sunday evening following the Christian Endeavor meeting, the occasion being her blrthdny nnnlversary. AID GROUP MEETS PALM, Feb. 15.—The Ladles' Aid met at tho L. L. Clow home Thursday afternoon. A shower wns given for Mrs. George Michael, Jr., of Rosednle. Refreshments were nerved. Mrs. Clow wns assisted by her mother, Mrs. E. Flnck. Those attending the meeting were MeHdunies Hnlbert Heath, Milton Heath, John Lewin, T. Coombs, Lawson L. Lowe, Melvin Curtis, George Michael, Jr., George Michael, Sr., AV. P. Lewis, Royston Henth, B. S. Hagemnn, A. L. Allen, A. B. Renfro, Hattle AA'eller, nnd hostesses L. L. Clow nnd E. Flnck. Night Coughs Plso's stops night coughing Instantly nnd effectively because it does the needed things. Swallowed slowly. It clings to the throat, soothes Inflamed tissues, and loosens the mucus. Better than a gargle because !t reaches the lower throat nnd chest. Safe for children. 35c nnd 60c sizes, all druggists. DICfl'C '• pC ° M « h§ rliU'VpndColdji GIVE LAYETTE SHOWER MAGUND1SN, Feb. 15. — Misses Melba Jackson and Leona Clark were hostesses at a Inyutte shower at the Clark home Friday evening, complimenting Mrs. Genevleve Reynolds. The evening was spent at bridge and Jigsaw puzzles. Prizes for hlgn score nt cards went to Miss Marie Fllkel and low prize to Miss Eva Fllkel. Those present were Mesdnmes Evelyn Dennis, Dale Clnrk and Orval EH- tes; Misses Clara Kitchens, Burgle Alexander, Mario, Grace and Eva Fllkol, Evelyn Ferguson, Louise Mc- Conms, and the honor guest. BOOK SECTION MEETING McFARLAND, Feb. 16.—Mrs. E. P Janes, chairman of the book section of the McFarlnnd Woman's Club, announces thnt n meeting of the section will be held Thursday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. "My Book," by Mary Roberts Relnhart, will be reviewed by Mrs. R. A. B'rnadwell. This book is the story of the writer's life. Mrs. Janes also announces that the afternoon will bo open to n discussion by members of books read by/ them. Members are also asked to bring questions for the box. RETURNS FROM SOUTH McFARLAND, Feb. 16.—Mrs. Roy Jumper has returned from a several days' stay In the southern part of the state where she has been busy compiling; material for «. historical book HOSTESSES AT PARTY TAFT, Feb. 16.—Mrs, Anne Doyle, Mrs. Irmn Spence nnd Mrs. Bertha Brink were cohostesses recently nt n benefit card party at the Doyle home for Stanley H. Little Unit No. 70 of the American Legion Auxiliary. Bridge was enjoyed with Mrs. Mae Smith having high score and receiving first prize. Mrs. Hazel Wright received second prize and Mrs. Winifred Klt- chnk wns nwnrded the consolation. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Those In attendance were Mesdames Mnble Bond, Pat Green, Irene Fulwlder and J. Cheesborough of Marlcopn, Cecllle Hlgglns, Robert A. Moore, Mae Smith, Hazel 'Wright, Dorothy Howell, Dorothy Arndt, Merle Feltman, and tho hostesses Mesdames Bertha Brink, Anne Doyle and Irma Spence. GIVE LAYETTE SHOWERS FELLOWS, Feb. 15. — Mrs. Roy Brown was given a delightful surprise layette shower recently at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, John Cnrmack of the Texaco, by a group of her friends. The American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 68 also presented Mrs. Brown with a complete Inyetto. AH enjoyed the afternoon visiting and refreshments were served by the hostesses. Present were Mesdamos Ruby Martin, Sidney Keyes, Myrtle Wright, Rossle Cnrmack, Evelyn Brown, Opal Foster, Sue Smith, Veron Evans, Ethel Morris, Ethel Lewis, Veon Sum- Prompt Relief . r From Itching Eczema It's wonderful the way soothing, cool- Ing Zemo brings prompt relief * to Itching, burning skin, even In severe cases. Itching stops the moment Zemo touches the tender and inflamed skin because of Its rare Ingredients'. To clear awny Rashes, __ Pimples, Eczema, Ringworm and restore the skin to normal, always use clean, soothing Zemo. Insist on genuine Zemo; It's worth the p'rlce, because it brings relief. 36c, 60o and $1. All druggists'.—Adv. "I Never Gargle > for Sore Throat Now, I Just take a swallow of Thoxlne, and In 16 minutes all the soreness Is gone. It sure Is wonderful—and the children like it too." Thoxlne, a safe, pleasant-to-talce prescription Is guaranteed to quickly relieve sore throat, coughs and colds, —not n gargle. Your money back If not satisfied. 85c. Sold by Hughes Drug Store and all other good dcug stores.—Adv. • which she Is writing. The story conr mers, Fay Clarck, Ruby Barlow, Mrs. corns surly California history. iRathbone an d Mrs. F. C. Roberts. OWN CHILDREN MADE THIS WOMAN NERVOUS Mrs, Lillian Payne was BO rundown her own children made her nervous. Vlnol^dron tonic) made her sleep and eat and nervousness is gone. Tastes delicious, Kern Prug Co.—Adv. ',

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