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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, August 25, 1936
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THE BAKERSFTELD CALIFORNIA!*, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1»M OMMUNITY NEWS Rio Bravo in Days News H1O BRAVO Aup. 25.—Walter ; Mr. and Mrs. Tloy Hell find two hills deer hunting. Mr, nnd Mm. 1 daughter, Ronlyn, the J. H. McClure Gerald Martin spent two days with his mother. Mrx. Walter Smith of Alpnugh, tho pnm week. Mr. and Mrn. Ulcn Wood of tho Union station wen- rrc-ent overnight of Mrs. AVood's brother, Leon> were Included In thn party. nnd M'"' nn( ' Mrs. 11. L. Rolston were itr.ii Sunday dinner guents of Mr. and . ard Temple, and family of Mountain View. Retx-nt truest* nt tbn Walter White home were Mr. and Mm. Burl linn- vlllo nnd daughter, Shirley, Mrs. Vcrn Dnvid, Mlns Lucllo 1'enrose. nil of Olldnle. and Miss Luetta Penrose of Newburp. Ore. Harry .tnrkoon was a recent dinner guest o'f Mr. ond Mrn. Cecil AV'hlto. Mrs. Ada Bergen and son, Walter, we spending tho week at Balance Hock. Mr*. Waller Whltn railed on Mr«. Kvorett Klmble of COKR l«oma Acres. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dequlno of Shaffer were Sunday afternoon visitors at tho J. E. Hnag home. Mrs. Jessie McClure Is enjoying a visit with her brother, Clyde Cox. from Oklahoma City. Mrs. Walter White and daughters, bora and Erva. recently called on Mrs. Loo Wllhlto of Ca»a Loma Acres. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kast and sons, Billy and Dwaln, and Mrs. Ina Ferguson and baby Jack enjoyed an outing at Kern River Park Hunday; also Mrs. Burl Htilrici of tho Orecley district. ; AValter Haag. accompanied by Miss i Myrtle and lOdward llnng, drove- to j AVhlto river Hunday to visit Mrs. I AValter Hang and son. Bobble, who aro spending a few weeks In camp. Hunday visitors of the AVnlter AVhlto family wero Mr. and Mrs. Cecil AVhltc. Mls» Kudoru Baldwin and Misses Helm and Jean Griffith of Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tlmmons of Bak- ersfleld wore Sunday dinner guests of their diiughter, Mrs. AV. K. Martin and family. Billy Bradley Is confined to his homo with an attack of tonnllltls. Calvin AVIlson accompanied Roy Newman to Krar.lnr Mountain and spent tho week end with Mrs. Newman and children, Conrad nnd Curtis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Allen and son. Jay, Tom Allen and the Misses Velma and AVIlda Allen, all of Liberty, Kan., wero Saturday night guests of tho F. J. Srhlorlniann family. They wero en route to Modesto. Mr. and Mrs. AV. F. Martin nnd daughter, Zoruvda, called on Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther 1'lcrco In Shatter Sunday afternoon. Albert Cooper and two children and tho former's mother, Mrs. M. Cooper of Trift, w«ro canor at their ranch nnd also tho T. M. Martin home. FRUITVALE AREA LANDMARK RAZED Residence Erected in 1890 Is Torn Down; History of House Recalled Highland Park News Notes H 25* and 35* LUNCHEON 45 DINNER 55 40* and 45* Meal Prices Th«M low-coit motif u« »T*ul»bU to all paMengori on Santa F« trains stopping at thoM conveniently placvd and attractive Fred Harvey Dining Stations that are a unique feature of Santa Fe's transcontinental service. Lower Dining Car Prices, too, on the California Limited and Grand Canyon Limited. Breakfast 501 and 75(1, Lunch 90<^—Dinner $1.25. NEVER BEFORE HAVE SANTA FE TRAVEL DOLLARS BOUGHT SO MUCH—Air-conditioned coaches, tourist sleepers and Pullman*... Low Summer Xcursior iarei... and the finest food in the travel world, at new low prices. (Kflrclal to The C'aUfornianJ FHU1TVAM3, Aug. 25.— AVhen A. J. Dlxon razed his homo on the loicdala highway last week, he removed one of tho landmarks of the rultvalo and Rosedale district. Erected In 1890, tho frame residence •as one of the thren oldest houses n the country west of Bakorsfleld. 'ho house In Roscdalo on tho place ormerly known as tho "Raisin Vino- nrd" Is at least two years older lan the. Dlxon homo, having been moved there In 1888, whllo tho rest- enco on Galloway Rond owned and coupled by Miss Emma Thropp and er sister, was also built In 1890, but onslructlon on tho latter place was tarted one month after tho Dlxon ome. According to Miss . Thropp, tho ulldlng which haa Just been torn own was erected for one of tho col- ny of English "remittance men" vlio settled In the Fruttvale and tosodale districts In tho "gay nine- ten" and (lotted tho country with hrlr English manors, approach to lost of them being through palm- Ined avenues. Many of tho twin ows of palms are still standing but most of tho fine residences have been moved or torn down. Miss Thropp stated that tho first wner had possession of tho Dlxon ome but a short time when ho sold , to a fellow countryman. The first wner erected a largo flagpole In Is front yard and from It flew the Union Jack" of his native land. The ceremony of raising tho flag vas a dally evont for somo time nlll ho was visited by a commit- eo of ono natlvo resident who In- armed him that If he wished to fly ny flag It would have to bo tho itars and Stripes. From then on he "Union Jack" was packed away nd probably returned to England with !ts owner. Mr. and Mrs. Dlxon and daughter ruclo have made their homo In this district for a number of years. They will replace tho old residence with modern structure and during Us construction aro making their homo n temporary quarters on the site. HIGHLAND PARK, Aug. 25.— Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. Rebeau, accom- jinn led by Mrs. Bebeau's mother, Mi'H. A. I 1 ', and three weeks' vacation. Mr. ahd Mrs. Chester O'Neill and two chldrcn have moved from Bak- crsflpld to their house, 203 Kay street. Mr. O'Nell Is bookkeeper for the Navy Oil Company. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dunbar and daughter of Fullerton spent tho week end at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. AV. A. Doano. Mr. and Mrs. Norman MuHoy and family of Taft spent Monday at the homo of Mr. Murley'd sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Brobst. Mrs. Tllllo Fltzpatrlck of Modesto Is visiting at the homo of her slstor- ln-law, Mrs. Susan AVells. Mrs." John Dougherty has returned from Inglawood, where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dowey Olrrard and three children of Ventura spent the week-end at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Axley. Mrs. Arch Courtney of Fullerton spent the week end at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. McISlhonny. Airs. Roy Perkins and two children have returned from a vacation spent at Long Beach. Mrs. Charles AVentz nnd son Billy of Lynwood wore recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McElhen_ny. Mrs. O. Pltcock has returned from Mill A r alley, where she had beon visiting for a month. Sho was accompanied home by her son x Howard, who has spent the summer with his grandparents near San Francisco. Miss Roseltha Humphrey entertained Miss Mildred Stockton. Johnnie AA T llcox and Denton Stockton at a dinner Friday night as a farewell to Miss Stockton, who has returned to Berkeley to complete her studies at the university. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Humprey of AVasco wero Sunday guests of Mr. Humprey's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Humprey. Mr. nnd Mrs. AV. S. Clark spent a few days last week at Exeter. AVIlllnm Barr of Salinas spent the week-end at tho homo of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Summer Luncheon Served at Church Stewart. Ho was accompanied home by his son Wayne, who has spent several weeks at the Stewart home. Charles Cecil and Dennis Casey, student pilot of Kern County Airport, flew to San Francisco recently. AV«rncr Clark, Sr., and son Robert and Fred Browne of San Gabriel wero week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. AV. S. Clark, Jr. Mrs. Cliff Stone of Altadena has returned homo after a two weeks' visit at tho homo of Mr. and Mm. LeRoy Boll. Mr. and Mrs. Brunton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Farley and Mrs. Farley's mother, Mrs. Charles Lane, all of Tulsa, Okla,, wero recent.visitors of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bell. Botty and Norma Stockton, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stockton, have returned from a month's stay with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L,. Stockton, at the Lakey ranch. Mrs. Clyde Holland, accompanied by her daughter Clydeno and sons Eugeno and Glon Allen, are spending tho week at Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Farnham have returned from a vacation trip to Myrtle Point, Ore., where they visited Mr. Farnham's father, and to Idaho, where they visited Mr. Farri- ham's relatives. They returned by way of Lake Tahoo, Lone Pine, Bishop and San Bernardino. Mrs. Bcrtls Lane and daughter Ruth have returned from a vacation spent In Washington, Oregon and northern California. Steve Pierce of Long Beach is visiting his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin of Fullerton were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Browster. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jennings have sold the house at 310 Ayer street to Leslie Pratt of tho Lomtta Construction Company. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings havo moved to San Francisco, where Mr. Jennings was transferred by the Standard Oil Company. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Frehnor have moved to 409 Arvln street. Miss Betty Harrington of Long Beach Is visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brewster have returned from a trip to Ensenada and Mexico City. to The Calijornian) PANAMA, Aug. 25. — A house •arming was given In honor of Miss lara Eyraud, by Mrs. George Parsh. Sho waa presented with many ovely gifts. Miss Eyraud and her rothors are going to make their oino on their mother's ranch on tlno Road. Games were played in ho afternoon. Yvonne Loustalot won Irst prize. ' Those present wero Frank Lousta- ot, P. Loustalot, Bud Eford, Dewey Tallman, Jim Daly, Jim Herod, Earl arlsh, Rex Betzer, Leanord Pitcher, Vllma Downs, Charles Brown, J. C. hrlver, George L. Shepard, Peter alls, John Kane, Josephine Hughes, leno Cliff, Verna Taylor, George 'arlsh; Misses Betty Davis, Yvonne xmstalot, Geraldlne Cliff and Clara Syraud. Delano Residents in News PTCLANO. Aug. 25.— Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ICscalanto and their son, Carlos, have returned from a vacation of several days which was enjoyed at San Francisco. AVayne Slopor, employe at the Sierra AMsta ranch Is convalescing satisfactorily at the hospital from a recent operation for the removal of his appendix. WASCO, Aug. 25. — Another sum- A. B. Charlton has returned from mer luncheon is to be served by tho Bass Lake where he spent a week Methodist Ladles' Aid at tho church on business. basement Thursday", August 27. Tho luncheon, have been very popular and well patronized. Tho public Is Invited to attend. Following tho luncheon tho mem- • tent* Fe Station, 1104 Fifteenth Street Phone 40, Bakerefleld or Any Santa Fe Railway Agent nuroRNin ' bora of tho Aid will hold a regular meeting at tho parsonage. ... Mrs. Dick Adams Is convalescing small son nnd daughter of Mr . nnd Mns. Adams are In Porterville with thnlr grandparents, while Mrs. Adams Is In Los Angeles. Mrs. Frank Garzoll of McFarland was a Saturday night guest In the homo of Mrs. Angelina Perrler. Avis and Norma Boyd of Escalon are enjoying a vacation visit here with their sister, Mrs. Fred Daniels and family. Little Juanlta Charlton Is enjoying a vacation visit with her grandmother, Mrs. AV. R. Edler, at her homo In Sanger. Tho Reverend Samuel H. Robert' son, Mrs. Robertson, their son, Ken noth and daughter, Ernestine, returned homo Saturday afternoon from a four-day visit with their daughter, Mrs. Almon Claris and family at Santa Cruz. They also visited friends at Soquel and AVat- sonvllle. Relatives have received announcements telling of tho arrival of a young son, tho first child. In tho home of Mr. and Mrs. AVllllam Kuhlman of Los Angeles, who has been named James Robert. Mrs. Kuhl man will bo remembered as Miss Catherine Ames, former local girl who lived hero several years ago with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L D. Ames. Barbara Jean Plland spent severa' days at the A. B. Charlton rand homo as tho guest of Benldecr Charlton. Karl Smith, accompanied by Miss C'urlno Curry, both of Hollywood spent tho week end here as guests of Mr. Smith's parents. Mr. and Mrs L. D. Smith nnd family. MY. and Mrs. William I. Allen en- ertalned as their Sunday dinner guests the Reverend Clarence AVag- ner. • Mrs. N. J. Woycker, her daughter foan Rose and son Chester have •eturned home from a vacation at Sequoia National Park. The Reverend Edward D. Goodell VIrs. Goodell and their son Merrill of Lynwood are upending severa days here with friends while on their way home from a six week's trip which took them nn far east as New York, and In which they covered all the large cities of the eas and middle west. They made the trip to attend the wedding of Peter Gross, son of Mrs. Goodell, who was married In Now York on August 1 The Reverend M. Goodell Is a for mer pastor of the Community Meth odlst Church. ' Mr. and Mrs. Andy Webster and baby son of Earllmart were Satur day night shoppers In town. Mrs AVebster, who will bo rememberet as Miss Verla Saylor, former loca girl. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Davidson mo tored to Bakersfleld on Sunday aft ernoon to make tho acquaintance o their third grandchild, a baby son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert David on. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fox have hai as their house guest during the pas week Mrs. Matilda Christiansen, o Pasadena, mother of Mrs. Fox. Word has been received from Mr and Mrs. Carl Haag and thel daughter, and son, that they hav continued their Journey from Texas and Oklahoma, Into Kansas, thel former home state, and are no\ guests of relatives at Holton, Kan sas. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kerwln an son, Keith, and daughter, Cathlecn were Sunday dinner and alt-da guests of Mrs. Mabel Kerwin mother of Mr. Kerwln, at her coun try home In Qreon Acres. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Qutnn spen the week end at Hume visiting wit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Richard son and their sons. Kenneth an Bernard. Jr., spent the week end ut their cottage ut Camp Nelson. liss Clara Eyraud Feted at liven t by Friends; Mrs. Parish Hostess MOJAVE, Aug. 25.—Robert Marks f Harrlsburg, Pa., who for the past wo months has been the guest of Is aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. harles Beamer, will leave on Vednosday for his home In the cast. During his stay here many places of nterest have been visited, among lem Sequoia National Park. Miss Florence Rich left on Satur- ay for her home in San Francisco, fter spending tho summer at the ome of her sister and family, Mr. nd Mrs. George AVrlght. Miss Vlr- In la Clements of Lancaster was also , visitor at the AVrlght home for sev- ral days of this week. Mrs. H. B. AVoodward and Mrs. Harold Snook were Los Angeles busl- ss visitors on Friday. Mrs. Ray Temple entertained over he week end her aunt and uncle, rfr. and Mrs. Hubert Cheap of Los ingeles. Mrs. L. S. MerhVether had M her veek end guent Mrs. Mary Todd of Valley Friends Fete Kern Woman ONYX, Aug. 25. — On Thursday afternoon Mrs. T,. S. Smith, a plo neer of the South Fork valley was honored by old friends and mem >ers of her family on the occasion f her birthday. During the afternoon Mrs. Smith was presented with a number of gifts and the reading f a poem entitled . "Growing Old* vas dedicated to her. Mrs. AVeaver land, her daughters, tho Misses Francis, AVlnnle and Marcla Hani! erved refreshments which Includec a special birthday cake. Mrs. Smith first came to the South Fork valley 50 years ago to teach xt the AVeldon school. She then aught for several years at the Onyx chool where sho became the bride of T. S. Smith, pioneer South Fork rancher. Among tho guests of the afternoon were two of her early riends, Miss Millie Nelll and Mrs C. E. Pettypool who attended school vhen Mrs. Smith taught at Onyx As a climax to tho occasion, the roup of friends and relatives was jhotographed with Mrs. Smith on ler front lawn. Thoso present were Miss Millie Neil, Mrs. P. AA r . Hand, Mrs. C. E ?ettypool, Mrs. Ruth Anderson Mrs. Weaver Hand and her three daughters, Winnie, Francis and Marcla, and Mrs. Smith. Delano Girl Feted on Fourth Birthday DELANO, Aug. 25.— Mrs. Frank Salsa, Jr., entertained Informally on Friday afternoon in Cecil Park, hon orlng her daughter, Louetta, on he fourth birthday anniversary. Afte tho opening of the gifts, games wer< played on tho lawn and a group picture was taken around the birth day cake. Refreshments wer served. Friends enjoying tho party wit! Louetta, were Gloria Mae, Phoeb and Betty Fern Seaman, Mary Jan Oliver, Maryallce and Robert Ernes Hlett, Richard, Janet Ann and John Howard Abbott, Gloria Mae Noe Maureen Kane, and Donna Ma Salsa. Mothers present wero, Mes dames Frances Oliver, Robert H Hiett, Jr., Howard Abbott, AVlllIan Noel, Frank Seaman, Marie Kan and Mrs. Salsa. News From Mojave Homes Mr. and Mrs. Barney Flnnln and on, Jlmmlo, and Mrs. Flnnln's nother, Mrs. James Mattlngly, spent ho week end visiting In Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. David Foster and daughter, Betty Louise, and Miss 511a Mao Farmer, all of McComb 21ty, Miss., aro now making their lomo In Mojave. Mr. Foster and ttlss Fnrmer are brother and sister f Mrs. Julius Brown of Mojave. Mrs. A. H. Hoffman and daughter, Flossie, spent Friday in Bakersfleld on business. Mrs. Anna Herllck and daughter, Clara, of San Bernardino, spent S( oral days of this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Con Morgan. Mrs. and Miss Hcrllck aro mother and sister, respectively, of Mrs. Mor- Ran. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones, who ara vacationing; In Bloomlngton, wore Saturday Mojavo business visitors. Mr. nnd Mrs. Steve Ceccarelll and daughter, Julia, and son, Johnnie, are vacationing In northern California this week. Mrs. AVendal Oakos has aa hep guest this week her sister, Mrs. Gordon Brown of Avenal. Mrs. Vausto Cappello has returned home after a week's visit spent at tho home of her mother, Mrs. P. Rlccomlnl, In Bakersfleld. Mrs. Cappello was accompanied on this visit by her two daughter's, Helen and Norma Capello. Mrs. T. E. Flnnerty and daughter, • Annette, aro spending a short vnoa- tlon with relatives In Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. Virgil White and son, Marvin, and daughter. LaVerne, returned home this week after a month'« va- catlon spent with relatives In "Modesto, Stockton and San Francisco. Kenneth Sherrlll Is spending several days of this week In Bakersfleld visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Stevenson of Bakersfleld wore week end guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Cunningham. Mrs. Stevenson and Airs. Cunningham arc sisters. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Klndel and Miss Jerro Alzola visited over tho week end at the home of Mrs. Klndel's mother, Mrs. A. Hamilton, In Santa Barbara. McFarland Personal Notes McFARLAND. Aug. 25.—Friday dinner guests In the Harlow avenue homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Meehan included the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Richardson, and their son of Delano. While en route to their home In Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phlnney were guests of their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Kd McKovltt. They were returning from their wedding trip which they passed in northern California and Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. McKovltt attended the wedding in Los Angeles recently. F. W. Dickinson, manager of tho King Lumber Company, with Mrs. Dickinson enjoyed a week-end trip to Pasadena, where they visited with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Utterback. Mrs. Al Schneider and her son, Gerry, passed tho week end at Del Rey as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Meyers, and other relatives. They were accompanied home Monday night by Mr. Schneider, who motored up for the evening. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Enfleld have for their guests the latters 'mother and sister, Mrs. Lizzie Bridwell and Miss Dorothy Bridwell, respectively. They arrived here Friday from their home In Dumas, Ark. Mrs. Bridwell will return east after a several weeks' visit, while Miss Dorothy will remain., here to attend high school. Carl Sulzer. bookkeeper for th» Anderson & Clayton gln,«wlth his mother, Mrs. Ida Sulzer, have returned from a week's vacation trip passed at Santa Monica and Long Beach. They enjoyed tho trip down the now slx-lano coast route highway, returning via San Bernardino. Jacklo Smith Is passing this week as the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, at Hanford. He was accompanied there Sunday by his mother. Mrs. Edith Smith, who passed the day there, while her son, Maxwell, accompanied his friend. Shields Crosby, who had been his guest for a week, to his homo In Fresno. A. L. Blgnall and his daughter. Miss Harriet of Richmond were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hunefeld. The formers son. Harry, who passed tho summer here, accompanied them north. Mrs. A. J. Swlnney and her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Swlnney and their baby, have • returned to their homo in Ventura after passing a week as guests of the former's son-in-law nnd daughter. Mr. and Mrs. AV. J. RobliiHon. Pond Affairs of Interest POND, Aug. 25.—H. L. Hamlin ] Little Miss Shirley Mao Durant received word that, his father, James ' of Delano was a Tuesday and AVed- llamlln of Ata.sondero, Is 111 and left nesday guest nt the homo of her Thursday morning accompanied by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank llamlln for Santa Barbara, where ho will bo under tho care of a specialist there. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Allen and son Jimmy were Kuests Thursday ove- at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pond of AVasco. Thursday dinner Kuests Ik A* SEPT. 5-14 Schilling pepper Greatest Agricultural Exhibits in Nation Largest Horse Racing Card in History Amateur Contest •& Fireworks Nightly 4-H Club and Future Farmer Events Million Dollar Stock feiede NOODLE BOWL Chow Moln, 25c The Best In Town I Open, Lunoh to Midnight AIR COOLED 1S16 Twentieth St. Phone 4MI-J Behrman. Tho Pondham Grammar School will open September 14. A new tennis court was built this summer on the playground for the benefit of tho students. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parker nnd son George left recently for tho mountains near Kern Flats where they will spend several weeks on their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Allen and daughter, Mrs. Lorena Clarkston, nnd son, Richard, and Henry Math- ows were recent business visitors In Bnkersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. 13. AV. PusUiy were Thursday guests ut the home of Mr. from .Santa Cruz Tuesday. \Vednes- > and Mrs. Jon AVhlto. day Miss Parker motored to Green- Donald Kussell left Saturday horn Mountain whero she visited < morning for Los Angeles where he with her sister. Mrs. J. II. Mouler. will bo u ftuest of his brother. They returning to her homo Thursday ; will accompany HOUIB friends to evening. Cutallna Island Sunday. ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sothnian wore Mrs. Sothman's brother. Floyd Dlxon, and nephow, Ctlcnii Dlxon. Mrs. A. J. Russell, accompanied Mrs. Don Klrklund and sister of McFarland ure spending several diiys ut tho Russell's cubin at Greenhorn Mountain 1'urk. Kolinu Parker returned homu YOU CAN Kit* a good lupply »f Acm« •••' in Hi* imall««t refrigerator. A«m« in KtgUl and th« ntw "Stsinit)" chilli much quicker. Distributor BOHEMIAN DISTRIBUTING CO. 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Hancock left AVednos- day for Kansas on account of the nnd Mrs. Dick Curler and family, Mrs. Bob Carter and children, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Ilalloway and family. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Moore and family. Talmadgo Doremus and children, Mr. tind Mrs. Dulton j Rhodes. Clifford Bryant. Mrs. Dennis AVIIllams. Mrs. Williams, Sr., check* COLDS and FEVER flrit day Htadache, 10 For women,* smaller Roun4 Watch, with leather cord. Nothing down, 50c a m-eek. GENSLER-LSE 1508 NINETEENTH STREET Open Saturday Evenings liuld, T»H«t« t>lM, NtM Ore* Try "Ruk-My-Tlin"—Wtrld'i But Llnlmnl uoua uii tiiiuuui lu llltti iii.^ ,* iiiitiuin, serious Illness of her mother there. I Robert farter. Mr. and Mm. Joo Carter enter-; Miss Marguerite Juhnsoii of Taft talned at dinner at a venison and rblcken their home AA'ednesday evening. The eueau included Mr. < family. was a luncheon guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burgess and Sun Kong H«rb Co. 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