1937-02-15 ETTER LEON MOJAVE RED CROSS FUND

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1937-02-15 ETTER LEON MOJAVE RED CROSS FUND - THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY...
THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, t937 Mojate Red Cross Fund Is Well Over Quota, Reports to The CallfOrnlanl M OJAVE, Ifeb. 16,—CHI/ens of'the. Alojavo community and sur- miidlng districts have subscribed a total oC $2;41.(i7 tp. aid in the relief fund for sufferers In the flooded areas of tho eastern states. Tho abovo amount has been forwarded to. the American Red Cross Association 'In Bakersfleld by the Reverend W. Judson Oldfleld, chairman. A audta of $10T> was asked of this district.., Tho largest subscribers woro em- ployes of tho Mojavo division and tho Soda Hill Camp of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power/ Organizations aiding In this drive wore the Mojave Community Congregational Church, Saint Mary's of the Desert Catholic Chtirch, Mojavo Parent-Teachers Association and Mojave Woman's Club. Employes of the Mojavo Aqueduct division donating were: E. H. Fleming and Clyde W. Zimmerman, $15.00 each; R. A. Kolsoy and Murdo Me- Ivor, $2.00 each; S. S. Kozlch, P. B. Clinton, A. Lewis, E. J. Kelscy, P. a. Walker, William High Jr., D. WIV son,- R. H. Gantt, Henry F. Llllcn- thai, Robert R. Cheney, O. W. Rich ardson, G. W. Wallln, Albert H a 1 John, Edward D, Fields,- Albert H Tanhordt, Paul Guand, Philip J Clara, C. W. Bcanior and "W. M Bowdeii, $1.00 each.' Thoso donating less than' a' dollar were: Ray Bless Ing, A. Harpham, A. Mertens.. E.d Blswcll, H. F. Bishop, W. R. Canovc Eric N. Palme, Mart S. Hlnojosa Alernon Elliott, Vernon Peters arid B. G.'Knutson. Employe's at : the Soda Hill Camp donating were: Edgar D. Hoag $15.0.0; JanloS E^ Bofgmcler, $5.00 Johri ; J. Ewlng, Dayo McLean, Pau Clinton, and Robert Gordon, $2.0C each; Jess M. Ramsey, Jack' Davis E. S. B9worman, Norman High Jr. Dave Cooper, Gus Durham, Walte Jlenshardt, C. C. Carlllc, Fred S Payno and Dave Shelton, $1.00 each "Moss hall" collections amounted $4.67. Citizens of the Mojavo community donating were: Mrs. Gloanah Bal Bohan, John J. Nestor, J. T. Now 'som, George Stambrook, Stevo Coc carelll, Dr. and Mrs. Phil J. Voge" Mr .and Mrs. A. D. Cofflll, J. L Ames, J. F. Mobley. and A. A. Houck $5.00 each; M. H. Craig, $3.00; Mr and Mrs. W. O. Davis and C. J. Lan don, $2.60 each; Mojave Rebeka lodgo No. 369, $4.25; Joe Stivors . Mrs. Charles Reynolds, John Meily Reverend a'nd Airs. W. Judsort OU old, Mario Hamilton. \V. A. Schauss, H. A. Hnrdln and Mrs. T. E. ""Inncrty, $2.00 each. Those giving 1.00 paeh were: Mrs. V. S. Cooper, Trs. F. L. Dunnoll, Mr. and Mrs. 1 racy Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. . C..Oilman. Mrs. Hans Vlsser, Mrs. :. E. Temple, Mrs. Patrick Wolff, fl.r. and Mrs. W. T. Ncwsom, Mrs. B. Taylor, Mrs. James Mattlngly, Ire. William Harder. Mr. and Mrs. ). J. Backus, Mr. and Mrs. Grant lerrlll, Mrs. S. Ewlng, Mrs. H. II. 'Yahm, Virginia Harwood, Dr. 'homds J. Klndcl, Mr. and Mrs. '. H. Jackson, Rolllo Duntloy, Mrs. C. Chancy, M. L. Austin, Leon Etter, Irs,. John AVhltc, Mrs. Mary Strcby, Vcndal Oakes, Myrtle Duntloy, P. Bledsoe, Arthur LaPolnt, D. R. Mor;an, Clem Ruskauff, Pearl Boane, Jack Jaurs. Abo Ogulnlck, P. S. Donaldson, H. ^and, J. F. Lopes, Ida Mae Burnett, lay Snow, E. E. Steans, Lily McDonald, F. Cappollo, D. Duncan, Paul -Blswoll, P. Patterson, Russell Osgood, H, D, Howland, Mrs. Albert (ippollo, G. Cdtturro, ,B1H Holden. Toe A. Rollah, Bruce Mlhard, Mrs. Mabel Wilkerson,' Mr. and Mrs. John Btt,nducct, R. M. Adduddcll, W. H. Kennedy, ,AV. E.' -Mahoney, Mrs. George W. Hodges and Mrs. G. Vf. Everett. . . ' Other contributions 'were: Mrs, Mabel Crone, Mr. and Mrs.-, V. L, Smytho, "a friend," J. G. Sherrlll, Mrs. C. Kock/'John Thompson, "a friend,'VC.-. Williamson, Thomas Ray, Evelyn D. Edon, Bottle' Donn, Bert Fisher, Johnny Hempel,- S5eb Woodfc,. Ruth Murray,' D, Dumment, Helen I Oucsturf; Conrad Ray, Mrs. W. H.' Cain, Mrs. Joy Kertey, Mrs. A. V. Brown, Mrs. C. Mozley and "a friend." Two Cremated and Five Others Burned BUCKEYE, Ariz., Feb. 1C.—Betty Luclllo Brown, 6, and her brother, Louis, 4, were cremated early to'day and five other persons wero burned, one critically when a tent-houso went up In flames, Ignited accidentally by tho parents of the two children. Thoso burned wero R. H. Brown, condition critical; J. L. Brown father of tho children; J. B. Adams; John P. Creach, and G. C. Carver. 14

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  1. The Bakersfield Californian,
  2. 15 Feb 1937, Mon,
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