The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 24, 1936 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, August 24, 1936
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOUNIAN, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1936 COMMUNITY NEWS Fruitvale Personal Notes FRUITVALE, Aug. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. H, T. Cozier and daughter Julia, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart and sons Bovorly and Walter of Green Acres and Mrs. George Francisco of Bakersflold will leave Sunday for Long Beach. Mr. Dozler and Mr. Stewart will return Sunday evening but the others will remain for a two weeks' vacation. Clyde Vincent left Thursday for a two weeks' visit at doleta. He was accompanied by Mrs. Frank Vincent who haa been visiting her parents, Reverend and Mrs. Hoffman In Panama. Clyde will visit his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vincent. Mrs. Andrew Helmforth and Mrs. Robert Booth of Calloway Road will servo on the election board Tuesday at Rosedale School. Other members bt tho board will be Mrs. D. O. Jloore, Mrs. Henry Bartel, Miss Atarallno Moore and Mrs. Dewey of Rosedale. Mrs. Cora Townsend of Pierce Road Is suffering from an Infected finger. Mr., and Mrs. L. T. Carter and T. B. Garrett of Falrhaven attended the wedding on Tuesday cvonlnc of Mr. and Mrs. Carter's granddaughter, Joyce J'.ranch of Greenfield. Mrs. Margaret Neff of Bnkorsflold was an all-day guest of Mrs. Cora Townsend on Wednesday. Mrs. I., J. Vincent and daughter Emily and son Clyde wero recent guests of Reverend and Mrs. Hoffman of Panama. KEENE KEENE, Aug. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. F. Hershey of Bakerstleld have for the past two weeks been guests at tho homo of their friend, Mrs. Bettye M. Real, here and expect to visit for another week. Mrs. Real also expects her daughter, Miss Ellen Real, to be with her soon. Miss Real Is employed by the General Petroleum Oil Company, which has Its main office In San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Caton have as their house, guest during the week end Mrs. Edimindson of Bait- crs;fiotd. Mrs. Edmundson Is Mrs. Caton's aunt Plans for Coming SchoolTerm Told SHAFTBH. Aug. 24.—Plans [or the opening oC school hero uro brliiK lulcl by Principal 13. P. Janes of Shatter hlffli. .Students will Mini-pen up their pencils anil register September 14. Principal Janes Is now arranging 1 courses and time programs for the fall semester. • . + • > . RESIDENCE BURNS SHAFTKR, Aug. 24.—Fire destroyed the homo of B. F. Davis located In the Afrayers tract north of Shatter Wednesday. The origin of the blazo hna not been determined as yet but IB thought to have been caused . by defective wiring. Tho flames spread rapidly and none of the household furnishings wero saved. It Is reported there was no Insurance on the property. «*-* BUSINESS SOLD SHAFTER, Aug. 24.—T. C. Payne has sold his grocery store to J. W. Frlzzell, Eagle Rock business man and his meat market to Rex Bayless of Shatter. Payne will continue to operate his dry goods and general POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT A Message About the Important Central Valley Water Project Recent developments in Washington and in California indicate that the San Joaquiri Valley regions of the -Tenth Congressional District need more than idle promises and typical political assurance if these regions are to share in t-he BENE'FITS OF THIS GREAT WATER PROGRAM. , They need in Washington the experience and friendship of a real fighter like George R. Bliss Bliss has befriended the Central Valley Water Project from its inception. He knows it thoroughly. He knows it is your most important problem today. For six years—three terms—George R. Bliss guarded every need of the people of his district m the California Legislature. , Only GEORGE R. RLISS is equipped to give tation coast. the Tenth District the leadership and represen- •••••»••••! it needs in Washington. He has lived in both the valley and on the He knows them well. Play Safe Now—Get What Is Due You This is your chance to send to Congress an Experienced Legislator; a Fearless Fighter; a Successful Businessman and Farmer, when Experience and Success are needed more than ever. Vote for GEORGE R. BLISS for Congress August 25, Primary WRITE IN HIS NAME IF YOU ARE A DEMOCRAT Rio Bravo in Days News RIO BRAVO, Aug. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin and daughter, Mrs. Roxlo Brooks, and small son Larry of Bakersfleld wero vtsttiira at the T. M. Martin ho'no recently. Mr. and Mrs. Georgia Myers motored to Berkeley on business. Mrs. Edith Martin and daughter Zorayda and Mrs. Winnie. .Martin spent Wednesday In Taft with Mrs, Lilly Nixon. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Poyna of tho Standard pump station nn> spending tho week end In Morro bay. Mrs. Rose Hulsebon of Bakersfleld was an overnight guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. MulHobus. Bon Williams and (leurgn Orlmes of tho Standard stiidati nro In tho hills for a few days door hunting. Mr. and Mrs. .lack Oglesby of Long Beach and Mrs. Myrtle lllnck of Weed Patch spent Tuesday afternoon at tho C. O. J'rotTstnan home. Kern Man Dies in Fresno; Rites Set WAHCO, Aug. 24.—Funeral norv- tcos are bolng arranged today for Jiulson Appley, 85, well-known resident of Wuseo who dlod yesterday In Frnimo at tho homo of a dnughtor, Applcy WIIH a popular member of tho Wasco Masonic lodge and at the time of his death was chaplain of tin 1 lotlgo. Wednesday Is tho tentative data for the funeral. Maricopa Personal News POLITIC<L^ADJ;EBTJSEMENT | _ POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT YOU CAN DEPEND ON HENRY E. STUBBS A Proven Representative of the People CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION TO CONGRESS Tenth District, California—Primary Election: Aug. 25 RE-ELECT Rodney L Turner Assemblyman MARICOPA. Aug. 24.—Mrs. C. O. Cii-ern I.M In tho huxpllnl ut Taft mif- ferlng from a fracture <)f Ui<> ankla whlcli die miffV'md when Mho fell while ml.liiHtliiK Homn IIOXIIH In n storeroom at their homo Wednesday evening. Marlnopa High School boys club under the mipervlstnn of J. R. Cookman left Friday morning for a week's outing to Yosemllo National Park. Messrs. R H. Hears anil R. A. FItchatt drove school buswi for tlm parly. Boys who aru on tho outing Include John Bayer, Ben-son In- grahum, Junior Sears, Billy Brandon, Jimmy Thorcnton, Daln Burroughs, Vernon Helms, Kenneth Dudley, Frank Bush. David Munding and John Miller. Jack -Moore is In tho Mercy Hospital at Bakcrsflold, having under- gonn ah operation for sinus infection nnd tonsil growth Wednesday. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT .1. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT OTERS: MAKE THE WILSON PLATFORM YOUR CHOICE— Wilson Platform Operation of the Kern General Hospital for the benefit of the taxpayers who pay for its upkeep. Application of business methods to county government. Fundamental principles of business in place of political capers. Economy in county government, cutting the corners of expenditures, not seeking useless means to spend taxpayers' money. Favoring only constructive improvements' that make for the comfort, convenience and happiness of the most people. Pledging truth, honesty and full time to the discharge of supervisorial duties—a clean- cut administration. Will welcome constructive criticism and advice for the benefit of local tax problems. CHECK EVERY ITEM iimmiUdi Elect Mayor RESIDENT OF BAKERSFIELD FOR TWENTY-SIX YEARS • TWICE A COUNCILMAN FROM TWO DIFFERENT WARDS • MAYOR OF BAKERSFIELD SINCE 1935 • OWNS HIS OWN SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS GEORGE E. WILSON TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS From the Fifth District Wilson Will Give Rakersf ield an Honest, Intelligent Administration, Reflecting High Credit to This Community Wilson Belongs to No Clique, Whatever Wilson Has Made No Campaign Promises Wilson Is the Friend of the Laboring Man FOR TRANSPORTATION CALL 3M6 HE SEEKS THE SUPERVISOR'S OFFICE SOLELY BECAUSE HE BELIEVES HE CAN RENDER NEEDED SERVICE

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