The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 24, 1936 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, August 24, 1936
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TIIK IUKER.SKIELD CALIFORNIA??, MONDAY. AUGUST 24, 1930 NITY NEWS Events of Note in Fellows F10LLOWS. Aup. 24. -Visitors In Fellows are Mrs. .1. R. Hudson nml daughters Hevorely anil Marilyn "f Yubn, City. Mr. Hudson was formerly employed by the AcNorlaU',1 Oil Company In Fellows. Miss Hnzel Kndlroll nnd Larry niordnn have returned after n few days' visit with Mr. Rlordan'n pur- enlw. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. n. Rlordan In .Snntii Cm?.. They will return to Siinta Crust Saturday nleht. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Kndlrott and daughter Uuldle nre visiting this week Bt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kd Kennon of Modesto, lull formerly of Fellows. POLITICAL AOVtHTISCMtNT | Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Whltlock nnd 1 granddaughter Florence have returned home after n three days' visit with relatives In Knntn Monlrn, ; nnd In Ventura where they vlRlled ; their daughter «nd children. Mrs. FrnnU Shane, who nre vacationing j there. ! Thursday visitors at the home of ! Mr. nnd Mrs. (). K. Hears were Mrs. | Sears' sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 1-nnkford and son Roy and daughter Lorraine of Con- linen. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs A. Colston are their nieces, June and Jumilln Refer uf Coitllngn. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Wednesday Rites for Shafter Man SHAKTKl:. AUK. 24. — Kunornl M>r\ Iri-c will )>•• IvM hen- Wodm-sdny afternoon for .liicoli Splt7,«r, 4f>, who died of InJnrli'H ren'lved In nn ncr|. (lent lu-rc 1'Yldny. He I* survived by Die fnllmvliiK i-hlldn-n: Mrs. Kd Klr«rhenmimn. .Mrs. Mnrlnn Render of Atiisi'iidorri, i incur Kpltaer, Annettu Rpllwr. John Siill^r. Atetjm SplUi-r. MiiKdnleno Spllwr. Herbert Mpllzer. Cnrnllnp Spltxer rind his wife, Mrs. Kmmii Spit/or. The Nervlrex will ho held 111 the Reform c*hurrh. with the Tleverond H. T-'unrl! preHenllng the sermon. The Henry Jrinsenffiincml home will conduct the fiinernl nnd the body will In' Interred In Shatter cemetery. J. H. THORNBER Republican Candidate FOR ASSEMBLYMAN Republicans and Democrats who desire a change in assemblyman, consider well who of the candidates is best qualified and who has the best chance of winning the general election. Who? JimThornber REMEMBER-To vote for a Republican in November, he must be nominated in August. Primary Election Tuesday, August 25 POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERT *:.'! ATTENTION Republican Voters of Kern County In four of the five Superviforlnl DIMrlrts of this County » BUfl'i- clrnt number of candidates for Republican Ontrnl Cmnmlurn failed to flic for office. At u railed meeting of tin; Republican Kxeentlve rnmmlltei- holfctionii fur the vacancies were made, anil vmi :nv requemi'il li> write thi-lr nnmeH on your hullut as follown FIKST DISTRICT (Complete) SKCONU DISTRICT (Vole for four) Write In the name of GKOHGE GALYEN 'THIHU DISTRICT (Vote tor five) Write In the numes of: CAIA'IN H. CONKON OIIA.N W. PALM1CK JOSH Cl^AUKK FOl'RTII DISTRICT (Vote for /our) HOWARD H. IlRLI. ARTHUR W. HKI.NK -N'lCK K1TCHAK HAROLD M. VAN CLIEF KIFTH DISTRICT Write in the names of: ' W. J. SCHL'I-TZ RAY CARMKLK J. BRANDT It Is suggested that you add the proper names to your »»mpl« b&llot before- you go to the polls iind U»P It «K u reference when voting. KERN COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE Precinct Organization Delano Residents in News DKJ.A.NO, Aug. 24.—K. M. Smith motored t«i UlverHldc on Wednesday to niecit Mrs. Smith who Is returning from n two weokH vacation at Kcnllworth, Utah, with hor brother and family. Mrx. Franklin I'. Ituriim haw re-, turned from a visit of several weeks j In San .lose an the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles flic- Cart. Mr. Unriim motored to San Jose to accompany her home. The Western Krult Company will continue shipments of fresh HrupoH on Monday from their packing house here after a three-day shutdown. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hunt and daughter Moj-y Kllen of Vlsalla have moved hoiys following Mr. Hunt's entry Into business. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. James and children motored recently to Keeno to visit with their daughter, Miss Ida James, who IH employed at the, Stonybrook Sanatorium. Mr. and Mrs. Roy TJean und their two sons havo returned from a three weeks vacation enjoyed at Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Catallna Island und Long Heuch. Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Kyle, were recent business visitors In Porter- vlllo and culled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Muslck. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alexander are upending several days In Los Angeles and will be guests at the wed Delano Students StartVork Soon ding anniversary of Dr. Fred Smith ami Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Robert Rounlhwallo was a Monday morning shopper In I'ortor- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Allen are announcing the arrival of a baby daughter who was born on August Ifl and has been named Darlene May. Mrs. Allen will bo remembered as Miss May Sllva. Miss Lyda Xlrlswold has returned to her homo here after a brief sojourn In a Bakersfleld hospital for the removal of her tonsils. Her mother, Mrs. Minnie Orlswokl, and her sisters Nettle and draco motored to .Bakersfleld on Thursday to accompany her home,. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels and their three children have moved to Wasco whcro Mr. Daniels is now employed. Mr. and Mrs. George Almore and baby son of Santa Paula are hero for a week end visit with their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willlam f. Allen. Maurice Matzger of San Francisco visited with friends here on Friday night while on his way back to San Francisco from Bakersfleld. Mrs. Joseph Beck returned to her homo hero on Friday night from a two weeks vacation spent In Oregon. Mr. Beck motored to Turlock to meet her. , Aug. 24.— September 14 hiis been Bet by the board of trustees of the Delano Joint Union High School as the opening dnto of the school. All new Bturlents In the dls- rlct nhoiild register during the Irst week according to Instruction!) by Principal Harold Olson. Students enrolled In the high school ast year, and graduates from ele- nentnry schools Included In the high chool district, registered last spring. \n enrollment of about 475 students H expected for the opening of school. This will be the largest enrollment n the history of thfc school. Students planning to take typing. science, homemaklng and wood shop should l)e In school on the first lay, as limited facilities In these departments, prevent limited enrollment. Places will be given to hose who enroll first. McFarland Personal Notes Items of Note in Wasco WASCO, Aug. 24.—Mrs. Henry Devennoy ot Wasco has been on a trip north tho past week In company with her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Marsilo of Santa Ana and her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davlcs of Downey. Calif. The group planned to go to Yosemltc before, their return trip to Wasco on Sunday and the guests will visit at tho Dovcnncy homo when they return. Mrs. H. (!. Hull Is expected to re-' turn next week from Laguiiii Beach where she has spent much of the summer. The MIHHCH Dorothy and Helen Hull are reported to be leaving Pelplng, China, next week on their homeward Journey. The plan of their return trip Is through tho Suez riiniil and to visit In Italy and other European countries It war disturb- I ancetf permit. They plan to arrive In New York near Thanksgiving I time when Mr. and Mrs. Hull plan ! to meet them and all return together. 1 Mr. and Mrs. James Little will re, turn the latter part of this week from the south where they have beon I enloylng a vacation at the beaches 1 nnd visiting their sons, Jack and Malcolm Little of Los Angelc.s. ' Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Robinson havo '' had as house guestx Mr. Robinson's i parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Robin- i son of Abilene. Texas, who returned 1 with them after their visit at their i former honjo In Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Prltschke had as recent houso guest, Mrs. ! J rltschke's Bister, Mrs. Neva Doss of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. George Norrby spent tho past week vacationing near Bishop. Mrs. A. V. GUI and Barbara Jones were visitors at the home of relatives of Mrs. GUI's this week at Ventura. Miss Gertrude Johnston has re turned from Long Beach where she was a guest In the homo of an aim the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Annln am three children of San Andreas re turned Wednesday to their home after a stay of several days at tho home of Mr. Annln's parents, Mr and Mrs. R. C. Annln. Mrs. Annln Invited in a gro'up of friends o: Mrs. Clarence Annln Tuesday after noon. The twin babies .1 months ol< were the center of attraction as this Is the first visit since the babes arrived. The hostess served re frcshments during tho afternoon Those, who were present were Mes dames Harry Scaronl, Frank Wllk son, Arthur Prltschke, Paul Moore W. H. Jahant, Lester Smith. EC Brown, George Robertson and tho guest of honor, Mrs. Clarence Annln who will be remembered e« Eleanor Wurron before her marriage when she was domestic science teacher In the Wasco High School. Mojave Folk Back From Long Tour MO.IAVK. Aug. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Cy Townsend of Mojave and MrB. Townsond'a sister and niece, Mrs. If. M. Eppley and Miss Hazel Birch both of 'Long Beach returned to their respective homes on Saturday after a two months' vacation spent with relatives In New York state. Other points of Interest vlsltec were Montreal and Quebec, Canada Boston, Mass.; Detroit, Mich., and Yellowstone National Park In Wyom Ing. Tho trip was made by motor via tho northern route and return via. southern route. Mrs. Townsend's brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Milton Austin who are vacationing In Europe are now the guests of Mrs. Austin's mother, Mrs John Bowman In Stonyburn, Scot land. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Old Timers' Picnic Planned August 30 MOJAVE. Aug. 24.—An old-timer homecoming picnic will be given a Big Meadows located at tho Dunt ley Oak Creek ranch on Sundaj August 30. This will be an all-daj meeting and everyone Is invited t attend. Ray J. MacKttrlunp. acting aecre tary of the temporary organization who is sponsoring this picnic ask that the residents of Mojave an< vicinity write to their friends wh formerly lived In Mojave whose ad dress they may know! He also re quests that each party bring basket lunch. Tt IH a desire ot those persons In terested to make this even an an nual affair. MCFARLAND, Aug. 24.—Mr. and rs. Jim Fox entertained for BOV•al days for their friends, Mr. and >s. Ernest Wilson of Camel. Other •lends who called during Sunday fternoon were Mr. and Mrs, Roy ergon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grti- nm. Mr. and Mrs. Q. Floyd and Ir. and Mrs. Johnnie Smith and lelr families. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowman ad for their Saturday night guests, heir cousins, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Vohor and daughter, Joan, who wore n route from their Los Angeles omo to Qulncy to pass their vaca- Ion with Mr. and Mrs. Aea Nolior. Miss Nelodeno Reid Is at Berkeley, vhero she will be the guest of her unt, Mrs. H. T. Abbott for three veeks. She was accompanied north y Mrs. Edwin Synimes and hor aUghter, Miss Barbara of Bakers- leld. The latter will remain In the lorth to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Palmer enter- alried at their country home recently for their friends, Mr. ana Mrs. George Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carglll of 131 Segundo. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Ford en- ertalnod over the week end for tho ormer's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvle Ford. Other guests Sunday were Mrs, Ford's par- ->nts, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Martin and heir two daughters, Vivian and "aullne of Reedley. Mrs. M. B. McFarland and her two sons, Myron, Jr., and Qcrald havo returned to their couritry homo here after passing several weeks at their summer homo at Alia Sierra. Mr. McFarland, who In with the San Joaquin Ginning Company enjoyed spending tho week ends with them and accompanied them home. Mrs. L. n. Nabers and her sons, Blllel and Roger, accompanied by her frlend> Mrs. Elmer Schwab and her son Donald have returned from Los Angeles. Airs. Nabers purchased much new ready-to-wear for her shop, Mr. and Mrs, F. AV. Dickinson entertained at breakfast •Wednesday morning for their friends, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lundqulst of Arvln. The guests wore en route north on a vacation. Mr, and Mrs. D. Whlsler are announcing the birth of a son, born Tuesday night, August 18, at S o'clock at Miss FreTse's Maternity Home In Bakersfleld. Tho baby son weighed 7 pounds and 13 ounces and has been given tho name of. Richard Lee. Mrs. WhlHler and the new baby expect to join their family at their country home here next Wednesday. , F. W. Dickinson, manager of the King Lumber Company In this city. Is managing both tho Delano and MoFarland yards at this time. Al Smith, manager of the Delano box yards is enjoying a two weeks' vaca- 1. 1C. Kroeker, manager of the Norwalk Oil Company at McFarland, with Mrs. Kroeker, have moved from their residence on Harlow and Second streets to their newly purchased home on 223 Harlow. avenue, formerly the home ot Judge and Mrs. Elmer E. Lobre. Buttonwillow News Notes BUTTONWILLOW, Aug. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Burnle Myers and their two daughters. Juanlta and Ruby Jean, recently moved Into Buttonwillow from Rosedalo. Mr. Myers Is an employe of tho Miller & Lux ranch. Mrs. Gladys Ogden rrom Bakersfield Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Burnls Myers this weelt. Mrs. Mary Dlxon, a sister of Mrs. Burnls Myers, with her two children, recently from Oklahoma, are visitors here this week. They plan to remain here some time. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Gross and daughters, Geraldlne and Yvonne, with a son-in-law and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ratley, recently from Oklahoma, plan to make this their home during tho next year. Miss Nina Blackford from Bak- ersfleld, with Miss Mary Page of Buttonwillow, spent the day on Thursday visiting friends ln-Taft. The Home Economics Club of Buttonwillow Grange held a very pleasant meeting (it tho home of Mrs. John Bishop on Tuesday August IS. During tho social hour refreshments were served. Those attending were Mesdames S. E. Deck, R. E. Cru- zttii, Herman Bishop, Joe Lewis, W. L. Smith, Fred Susoff and Ada Paschal. Tho next meeting Is called to bo at the homo of Mrs. Herman Bishop. All arc urged to bo thero for very Important business. The Buttonwillow Grange No. G68 held Its regular meeting on Wednesday evening, August 19, with a large attendance. Refreshments were served in the social service. Miss Shirley Bishop Is spending a few days with her grandmother, Mrs. Wiebe, In Bakersfleld. The baseball games at night arc a great pastime and many people are having a splendid time attending. T. L. Jones is spending his vacation In the hospital recuperating from an operation on his eyes. He expects to bo able to bo at home soon. Wednesday night at the close of the ! Buttonwillow Grange meeting several candidates spoke to people who wore there to hear them. George Doyle visited at the parsonage on Sunday and ha.d dinner with the Reverend and Mrs. J. D. rage. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lamkln and children. Stephen and Son. came here recently from Belridgo and havo opened a service station and lunchroom by the theater. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT VOTE FOR MORRIS REESER Republican Candidate for ASSEMBLYMAN Forty-first District Kern County POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT D.R.(Kewpie)Blair solicits your support on Election Day and daily thereafter at his Coffee Shop 2014 Chester Avenue Vote for the Man You Know 1 want to thank the voters of the Fifth Supervi- sorial District for their fine support and interest in my campaign for reelection. 1 am leaving my political future in your hands and I confidently await your decision at the polls tomorrow. CHARLES W. WIMMER HEAR Stewart Magee Candidate for Supervisor—District 5 Tonight 8:00 to 8:15 Over Station KERN • • . "An Important Message to All Voters" OFFICE OF CLERK OF KERN COUNTY f. E. SMITH, Clerk BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA March 5, 1936 For Honesty and Efficiency in County Government Elect STEWART MAGEE Supervisor Fifth District Mr. Stewart Magee Justice of the Peace Bakersficld, California Dear Stewart: There has been a concerted effort made by numerous friends of mine- in Kern County to induce me to run for Supervisor this coming August. 1 have refused to consider running for Supervisor, or any other office, as I am completely disgusted with the political setup in this County and I do not care to be identified with this institution as an officer after the expiration of my term of office to which I was elected at the last general election. However, I do not intend to lose faith in the intelligence of the electorate and 1 shall continue, after leaving the County Clerk's office, to work for better government where honesty, efficiency and economy will supersede all thoughts*of political self-advantage. I know of no one in the City of Bakersficld whom 1 have more faith and confidence in than you. I kno\y that if you will become a member of the Board of Supervisors, representing the Fifth District, that you will be conscientious, honest, alert, forceful, and will never forget your oath of office. Your five years' service in the County Clerk's office did give you a fine insight into the management of County affairs and has fitted you to a great extent to fill the office of Supervisor. With this in mind, I am asking you to submit your name to the electorate of the Fifth District as their representative on the Board of Supervisors. I have the welfare of Ivern County at heart and I feel that you should lay aside, so far as possible, your own personal ambitions and allow yourself to be drafted as a representative of the people in this district. I sincerely trust that you will give this request your utmost consideration and that your answer will be in the affirmative. Very sincerely yours, F/E. SMITH FOR TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS, PHONE 480 OR 5757

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