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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIPORNIAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 193» COMMUNITY Giant Picnic Held by Kern District One at Greenhorn (Special to The Cntifornian) K ERNVILLE, Aug. 26.—A crowd ot more than 250 persons, made up of Kern county employes of Su- pervisorial District No. 1 and their families and friends, attended the annual picnic ot tho District No. 1 Club held at Greenhorn County Park on Sunday. A feature of tho occasion was the serving: of several hundred beefsteaks broiled under the supervision of Roy Woollomes, chairman of tho Board of Supervisors. Following the picnic, W. M. Stelnberger, superintendent of the park, Inaugurated an open air program by Introducing Mr. Woollomes, who made a short talk. Ardls M. Walker of Kcrnville, as speaker of the day, then discussed the historical significance of Greenhorn mountain, outlining many of the characters and Incidents which make up tho early history of Kern county. In addition to recounting some of the more violent episodes of early times, the speaker pointed out that Greenhorn mountain was the scene of the first gold excitement in Kern county to assume Important proportions. It was also pointed out that the pioneers who split shakes on the mountain and sold them to tho early miners of Keysvllle represented the first commercial activity of the area. The program was continued with a harmonious selection by a quartet composed ot Graden Bowman, Clarence Bowman, Arllng Stelnberger and Kenneth Stelnberger. Other numbers on tho program were a harmonica solo by Roger Roee, a banjo and guitar duet by Alva, Bo- bout and Clarence Bowman, a read- Ing by Fay Bowman, a song by .Tackle Bills and a banjo duet by Mr, and Mrs. Stelnberger. During the day many of the visitors viewed the Interesting display of Indian relics and nature study specimens which Mr. Stclnberger has arranged In the log cabin museum at tho park. As an Illustration of tho rapidly Increasing popularity of Greenhorn county park, Mr. Steln- berger explained to his guests that a few less than 20,000 persons had visited tho park during the month of July. Keene District Personals KEENE, Aug. 26.—Elmer Brown was a business visitor In Bakersfleld Friday. • Mrs. George Newby and small son and Miss Nadlne Brown wore Tc- luichu.pl shopping visitors Wednesday afternoon. Misses Rita Brown and Frances • Kruger had an enjoyable day in Bak- ersfleld Thursday. Miss Kruger remained at her home In Rosedale. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hodge arrived Wednesday night from Toledo, Ohio, to visit Mrs. Hodge's parents, WEED PATCH WEED PATCH, Aug. 25.—Mrs. Will Jones has returned home from the Kern General hospital, where she has been undergoing treatment. . Ralph Rhodes Is recovering rapidly from an auto accident Injury at the Kern General hospital. Robert Holler left Tuesday for Berkeley, where he will attend the University of California. He will continue the course in civil engineer-, ing which he has been studying at Kern County Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Syfrett and son, Leroy, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Scott, W. Syfrett, Miss Ruth Wllllford and Everett Tomllnson enjoyed a day's outing at Long Beach, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Pitney entertained the following at luncheon Friday: Mrs, Kenneth Liembach and son. Richard, of Bakersfleld and Mrs. H. G. Thompson and daughter, Mary Alice. Mrs. Argus Turner and baby son arrived here Tuesday from Shawnee, Okla., to join her husband who has been here for some time. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jensen and daughter, Elsie, and son. Frederick, have returned home after a week's stay with Mrs. Jensen's parents, Mr. a,nd Mrs. J. S. Peterson, at .Solvang, In Santa Barbara county. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kruse and son Kenneth. The group left Friday morning for a vacation trip to Yo- semlte. Otto Gossard, carpenter at the El Rita resort, returned Thursday from Los Angeles, where ho haa been visiting for tho past few days. Captain Kenneth J. O'Brien, commanding officer of Company 1912, Camp Tehachapi, recently returned from a five-day leavo of absence which was spent in San., Francisco nnd environs. RICHGROVE <$ ..$> RICHGROVE, Aug. 25.—Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Neilsen entertained as their Sunday dinner guests, Mrs. Matilda Christiansen of Pasadena, sister-in-law of Mrs. Noilsen, Mrs. O. J. Llllevang, sister of Mrs. Nellsen, of South Gate and her son, Thorwuld, Oscar Fox of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vox of Delano. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Harris have returned from a two weeks' trip which took them to Grants Pass, Crater Lake ana Klamath Falls in Oregon and they enjoyed fishing for sulmqn on Klamath river. Albert E. Imbler has returned home from Tracy, where ho spent the past two weeks visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Clary, and Mr. Clary. Joycn Woodhead has been on tho sick list for tho past few days. W. M. Whlteslde, accompanied by his mother-in-law, Mrs. H. D. Short of Portervllle, have left on a three weeks' motor trip to Bcason, III., where Mrs. .Short will visit her sister and Mr. Whitesido will visit his mother. Arthur Woodhead and his son, Elmer, have returned from a truck- Ing trip which took them to Tracy und San Francisco. Women of Church to Meet Thursday DELANO, Aug. 25.—The all-day meeting of tho Woman's Council oC the Community Methodist Church will bo held on Thursday In tho social hall of tho church. Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will meet during the morning and will have for their program study, "Tho Road to Far Away Places." Mrs. A. R. Davidson, society president, will present the program, Mrs. Will I. Allen will lend the devotional hour. During- tlie noon hour a departure will be made from the usual potluck luncheon. Two members, Mesdames Men C. Shearer and Will I. Allen will prepare lunch to bo served to those attending. The afternoon session will be devoted to the Ladles' Aid Society with Mrs. Ben C. Shearer presiding. Tho report of the nominating committee for new officers will be given. •»» Kern Visit Ended by Nebraska Folk McFARLAND, Aug. 25,—Chris Kelly, road master for tho Rock Island railroad from Falrbury, Neb., with Mrs. Kelly are en route to their mid-western home, after visiting several days as guests of tho latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Ed McKevltt. They have enjoyed a 90-day leave of absence visiting at Denver, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and other cities. While their guests were hero, Mr. and Mrs. McKevltt accompanied them to Los Angeles, where they visited as guests of Mrs. McKevltt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Fegles. They also took their guests to. many other places of Interest whllo In tho south. 1000 Persons at Mojave Barbecue MOJAVE, Aug. 25—Approximately 1000 guests gathered at tho Duntley Oak Creek ranch at pig Meadow on Sunday, where a barbecue dinner was enjoyed. Perry Brlto of Bakersfield assisted Mr. Duntley in tho serving. Among the many prominent guests present were: State Senator James 1. Wagy, Sheriff Ed Clmmpncss, Fredrick W. Welsh, Charles H. Shomate, Perry Brlte, Warren D. Stockton and County Treasurer AVIlklnson, all of Bukersfleld; Assemblyman Rodney L. Turner of Delano and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Trent of Willow Springs. Many communities of Kern county were represented. *-»* HORNED OWL IS PET iNORTH HAVEN, Conn., Aug. 25 (U. P.)—G. Albert Poyno of this town has a great horned owl for a household pet. Tho bird was fount in u hollow tree stump when only a small owlet, and enjoys tho companionship ot humans. He will accompany his muster on long walks, riding upon his gloved hand. • •« > OHIO SUGAR BEETS THRIVE TOLEDO, Aug. 2B. (U. P.)—A sugar yield of 70,000,000 pounds IB expected from the 25,000 acres of sugar beet land In thin district. Drought lias not damaged the crop. News Today From Oildale OTLDALE, Aug. 25.—Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Heriuembourg and small son, Phillip, arc vacationing In southern California. Before they return they will visit with Mrs. Hoquembourg's mother, Mrs. Oraco Gaobo, at Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. C. T3. Flynn and daughter, Mary Sue, have moved to Santa Maria. Air. and Mrs. F. Klorey and family have moved to 252 Woodrow street Into tho homo owned by C. K, Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Carrlck and small daughter have moved to Kingman, Ariz., where Mr. Carrlck has been transferred. Mr. Carrlck was formerly employed at Kern County Airport as senior rndlo operator. Mr. and Mrs. William Earloy and son, Billy, entertained guests at a chicken dinner and theater party last Friday evening. Guests were Mrs. Sarah Fish, Miss Ruth Fish, Rover- end and Mrs. Cyril Hicks and daughter, Joyce. Patsy Wngner of Highland Park passed Saturday night with Audrey Price of Rlvervlew. Among those moving houses from Oil Center recently were C. M. Reid, who moved his house to Date street and ,T. C. Curnow to Belle avenue In Rlvervlew. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Baskltt arc vacationing In tho mountains. Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Colter and children and Marian Roberts were among those who attended the Sun- day school picnic at Kern River Park Saturday. Tho picnic wns given by tho First Christian Church. Mrs. Bon Horlng and daughters, Dorothy, Cherry, llonorn, and son, Dan, and Miss Sybil lllckey, returned recently from a fow days' outing at Plsmo Bench. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. .Tarvls and family of Harrison, Ark., arc visiting Mrs, .TarvlfT parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson ot Rlvervlow. Recent visitors at tho home of .T. B. McCluro and family In Riverview were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sears and daughter, Romillnd, of Rio Bravo, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith and small daughter of .Simla Ana. Mr. and Mrs. Wavno IlaMard have returned from a visit to Torrance. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Morris of Alpaugh were recent visitors at tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cleo Payne of Rlvorvlew. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jarvls and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson of Rlvervlow were recent motorists to Los • Angeles. Kugeno Spraybcrry. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sprayberry of Ueca- lur street, broke his right arm whllo at play. Mrs. a. W. Coffee and her grandson, Clinton Smoot, are visiting at San Francisco. Delbcrt Ashworth has returned from a week's vacation with th6 Boy Scouts at Sequoia. Tehachapi Club Is Feted at Luncheon TEHACHAPI, Aug. 25.—Mrs. Parker Slddcns was hostess to her bridge club Saturday afternoon, a luncheon preceding tho games. Prizo winners were Mrs. Paul Giddlngs, for high score; Mrs. S. V. Mathews for second high and Mrs. J. C. Hoge traveling prize. Others present were Mrs. Hal Qrlf- fls, Mrs. Geno Hicks, Mrs. Herman Nelson, Mrs. C. R. Meyer, Mrs. Earl Phelps, Mrs. Frank Blowers, Mrs. Emily Trusty, Mrs. O. S. Imhof, Mrs, Oliver Soper and her house guest, Miss Edith Andrews. Funeral Held for Shafter Resident SHAFTER, Aug. 25.—Mrs. Ellsha Wllcox, young Shatter matron, who died hero recently was burled Friday following funeral services In tho American Advent Church, She loft her husband, Ellsha Wllcox and a three-year-old son. D. P. Harder, elder in the church, conducted tho services. Musical numbers were offered by a quartet made up of Mrs. Earl Anderson, Wilmcr Bullcr and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heath. Miss ,Larueno Heath served as accompanist^ Ttio funeral was directed by tho H. R. Janzen Funeral Homo. Girl Scouts Back From Kern Outing KKHNVTLLH, Aug. 25. -- Olrl Hcouls of Kern villa niul vicinity r«- turned to their homos on Haturday from a delightful four-day cumpliiK trip to tho girls cnmp at Greenhorn County I'urk. During their Htay among tho plnos a full program of iictlvltleH was carried out \imlor tho supervision of Mrs. Marlon Nlcoll of Weldon, scout leader. Those activities Included swimming, hiking ami evening cnterlalnmentH. \V. M. Steinberg, In charge of tho park, conducted a nature study ,p.lnnH for the girls. Those who aided Mrs. Nlcoll In a supervisory capacity were Mrs. .lorry Converse as nurse, Airs. Alvln Theobald us (.-poll and Mrs. Johnnlo Potter as librarian. Girls who attended tho encampment worn Phyllis Jann Wiseman, .loan 1'rOHiicll, Uiilh Cook, Krtlth Theobald, Juno Potter, Carol DI1U, Hetty Robinson and Uorrilco Robinson. Bridal Shower Is Held at Residence ROSEDALE, Aug. 25. — Tho Misses Mary and Hulda Ratzlaff surprised their sister Miss Bertha Ratzlaff with a bridal shower recently at tho J. 15. Ratzlaff homo. Miss Ratzlaff will become tho brlda of Allen Muffet of Roedloy on Sep tember 1. Games were played and refresh ments served to the following: Misses Helen, Loulso, Alvlna 'and Evelyn Ratzlaff, Mrs. Ed Richards, Miss Esther Elrlch, Miss Margaret Hofer, Mrs. Rudolph Herrgosell Mrs. Clifford Sparks, Mrs. J. J Nord, Mrs. Henry Bartoll, Mrs. J. D. Classen, Mrs. D. J. Classen, Miss Elslo Wltkzo, Mrs. J. D, Ratzlaff, Miss Mary Ratzlaff and Miss Hulda Ratzluff. AIJIINO GROUNDHOG SHOWN PETERSBORO, Ont., Aug. 25. (U. P.)—One of nature's rarities—an albino groundhog—Is being exhibited by Frank Gilbert, who shot tho animal In a field near the city. Rosedale Girl Is Bride of Los Angeles Man at Rites tal In TVin Qallfornlan) "DOSE DALE, Aug. 26. — Miss •*-*- Francos Nord, daughter ot Mrs. ,1. H. Wlnbn of Ramlluy, and nlocn to J. ,T. Nord or Rosodalo, became the bride of Clifford Hparks of LOH Angeled Wednesday afternoon at •! o'clock with a ceremony performed by the Rev. J. n. Koppcr at his residence In lOast Baltrrsflcld. After tho wedding a largo reception wus held at tho J. J. Nord home at which many friends and relatives wore present. A short program was also rendered. Among those present wore: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nord and son Joo; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nord, Frank Nord, Miss Hannah Nord, Lawrence Nord, Miss Haloml Nord, Miss Roslo Nord, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nord, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Nord, Mr, and Mrs. P. J. Nord and children. Alice and John; Mrs. Dave Nord and HMII (Maude, Mrs. Marie Griffith and sons, Marvin and Harrison; Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Bartell, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Corlvln and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maoabee, Miss Nina Nord, Roy Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rntzlaff. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Classen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bartoll and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Strauss and son, Miss Mary Ratzlaff, Miss Bertha Ratzlaff, Allen Muffot and Miss Hulda Ratzlaff. Rosedale Club Is Planning Meeting RO8KDALB, Aug. 25.—Reports on previous meetings were heard at a mooting of tho Homo Economics Club Friday afternoon at the Halbort Heath home with Mrs. G. W. Michael, chairman, In charge. No now business wan discussed so tho afternoon was passed socially on tho Heath lawn. Those present wore: MOD- dames Halbort Heath, J. Bussoll, Milton Heath, Dallas Hayes, Peter KruiiBc, Royslon Heath, Charlon llar- batlgh, Losllo Heath, G. AV. Michael, Lestor Heath and Miss Grace Coombs. Tho next business meeting will bo held In two weeks at tho Grange hall. ••» » Kern Delta Group Assembles in Park PANAMA, Aug. 25.—The Kern Delta Farm Home department met at Jastro Park recently. Tho afternoon was spent In social activity. Those present were: Mesdames H. W. Bborlo, P. a. Randall, Dick Ebb, W. H. McKeo, E. M. Cobb, Fred Rollln, Paul Dempky, Mary Bran ford. Birthday of Pair Occasion of Fete QLENNVILLE, Aug. 26.—A din- nor party was given at Hobo Hot Springs Friday evening- In honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hooper, the event being their forty-second wedding anniversary. Mrs. Dahle, mother of Mrs. Marlon Hooper, presented the couple with a beautiful wedding cake. This couple, having spent their entire life in Kern county, are well known. Mrs. S, K. Dahle celebrated her birthday anniversary and was presented a cake made by Mrs. Hooper. Late in the evening a wiener roast was enjoyed by the guests In th» garden. Those enjoying tho evening were: Mrs. J. 8. Hooper, Mrs. B. X. Dahlo, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hooper, Mrs. Jeanetto Webster of Los Angeles, Miss Phyllis Klusman of Lot Angelas, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wcl- rany, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Threewlt, Mrs. H. Petler, Mrs. LeRoy Rwikln. of Walker Basin, Mrs. John Cross and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Btephenson. News From West Side Communities Taft Instructor Makesjtolo Trip TAFT, Aug. 25.—Miss Marlon Lake, local school teacher, enjoyed the distinction of being tho second woman in Taft to make a solo flight, when she took aloft this morning from tlie Taft Airport In a piano belonging to the Kern County Air Service Company. Tho first avlatrlx produced locally, was Mrs. Shorty Box. Dennis Casey, who Is earning quite a reputation as an instructor In the county, was the teacher in both cases. Friday evening O. B. Shulo Vent up for tho first time by himself. Other recent solo flights made here Included stratosphere hops by Arvln Jennings und Leo Crider. WEST SIDE GIRL IS HONORED AT SHOWER HELD BY FRIENDS PAFT, Aug. White was ther, Mrs. Lucy North street. 25,—Miss lla May the guest of honor recently at a surprise dessert bridge and shower, given by Mrs. Phillip Kirkpatrlck at the home of her mo" " " Eastwood, 523 A large white bell hung over the guest of honor's table, with a miniature bride and groom In tho center of the table with tiny parasols as favors placed the tea glasses. After the serving of dessert, the bride-elect was presented with many useful and attractive gifts for her kitchen. Miss White, who has been an employe of the Midway Gas Com- (Special to The OaHfornian) pany for the post four years, resigned this week und will become the bride of Melville B. Eastwood, a former Taft man now with tho Firestone Service Stores In Brawley, on Sunday, September 6 at a small, Informal wedding. Miss Audiu Barrett won first prize in the bridge game with Mrs. Paul Wilson receiving second prize. Mrs. L. McDanlels received tho traveling prize. Miss White was presented with a guest prize. Bidden to share In the affair were Mesdamos Paul Wilson. L. McDun- lelB, D. Mulford, V. White, P. Towlo and F. Anderson. Here's what we WOMEN like about cans trade-marked KEG LI NED We can throw out the empties instead of lugging them back to the store...we can save half the refrigerator space, and stack the same amount of beer... these cans weigh half as much, too, and there's no deposit to pay any more. We're glad the flavor made such • hit, for we women certainly like the conveniences, too. OnthtAtr: BEN BERNIE and"allthe laJs," 9 P. M. Eastern Daylight Saving Time—Every Tuesday Evening—NBC network AMERICAN CAN COMPANY Townsendites'to HoldJVlass Meet TAFT, Aug. 2G.—The Taft Townsend Club held a short business session In Blue Moon hall with Vice- President William Keeler In charge duo to tho absence of President W. Trask, who was called out of town on business. Mrs. Ida Keeler, Sirs. Maymle (Joker. Mrs. Minnie Llole were named on a cake committee, to bake a cako to be given away for tho benefit of tho radio broadcast «poiiHored by tho Townsend movement. Plans were made for a moan meet- Ing to bo held tonight in Blue Moon hull at tho county yard for the purpose, of promoting the youth movement In California. Charles Helscr, director of tho youth department of tho Townsend movement in California, will bo present, bringing with him two young speakers of renown, Miss Frunce« Hanson, youngest member of tho youth department and board of speakers, and Robert lllnc, California nluto oratorical champion. Tho public, and especially the young people, are urged to attend mid hear these gifted young speakers toll why and how Hi" Townsend plan will benefit tho young us well UH tbo old. Tho meal- ing will bo culled to order at 8 o'clock. Fellows Woman Is Feted by Friends FELLOWS, Aug. 25.— Mrs. E. F. Boucher was recently surprised by a handkerchief shower when friends gathered at her home in Follows. Mrs. Boucher is leaving Wednesday for Kansas City, Kan., for a. two months visit with friends and relatives. In Kansas City she will visit her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Rehmeyer, and her Hlater-in-law, Mrs. Robert Scott, and sisters, tho Misses Corda and 'Florence Scott. Tho afternoon was spent In play- Ing Bunco and prizes were won by Mesdames J. F. Roberts of Taft and E. F. Boucher. At the conclusion of the afternoon refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Claud Brand. Those present wore Mesdames Charles Erlowlne of Taft, J. F. Roberts of Taft, Ernest L. Boucher, H. Bodamer and daughter Dorothy, W. Woolery ot Taft, Alberta Davis, Claud Brand and tho h,onoree. « « > Fellows Family Is Back From Journey FELLOWS; Aug. 25.— After a 19- day trip to Vancouver, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Harder and sons Buford and Eugene, have returned home. In Signal, Ore., they visited at tho home of Mrs. Hardor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Moore. Airs F. J Thornton and children Ruth and Floyd of Fellows and Mrs R. A. Woods of Oil Center and children Phylls and Dick have returned home after a two weeks' vacation spent at Plsmo. LEGION TO MKET TAFT, Aug. 25. — Stanley H. Llttlo Post No. 70, American Legion, will meet Tuesday night at 8 o'clock In the Legion hall. Reports on tho convention at Hollywood will bo given and a feed will be prepared and served under tho direction of Jerry Hlgglns. Tho committee arranging for tho Installation of officers on Tuesday, September 8, will bo given its report. FELLOWS %>COOL EMMETT HAYES, Distributor IMO "Byt" Strut ••••• (Ml FREE DELIVERY DrinU the best I-'ELLOWS, A«g. 2r,.-Mr. and ftlrH. .1.1.. Kavanagh have returned ifiiii.' after u mi-™ f |, t y'« visit til Uia home <,r Mrs. Kaviinugh'M• mother, AII-N. JTHIICCH Cooper of Plsmo Ilicrn ihoy wi-ro Joined by Mrs KuvunuRh'M Hlster-ln-law, Mrs' Loiilxu C,)ii|HT, unil iliiiislitor, .Miss I'l-anci-H Cooper, and Bon, Richard of Hay ward. Mrs. Roccn Bruce has returned home from Krnsno, whoro Him wan culled by tho death of her father-in- law, Tony Bruce. A visitor at tho homo of Mr. and MI-M. C. L. U'D,.|| |H Hin y KdwardH KUM of Mr. and Mrs. It. KUwurds of tiukcrafield. Lawrence HUter ban roturnc.l noinc after Nppudlng tho HUIMIIUT months in Suntu Cruz and Sun 1' runclsco. Thelma Thompson, Ihn daughter of Mr. und Mrs. W. JO. Thompson IIUH returned home after u few weeliK stay in the Kern General llofipltul. Mm. Hurley Williamson of Wuxcu district deputy prenldcnt of illtUrlcl DB, conducted a xchool of Instruc- tioiiH at a meeting of Samaritan He- bckali lodge of Fellows Monday night at the Odd Fellows hull In SOCIAL I»LANN'KD FELLOWS, Aug. 25.—Members of | tlin Church of Christ of Follows are i sponsoring an Ico cream social i ! AVf?<liiOH<lny nlslit ;it Iho homo of ! i Mr. und Mrs. L. .1. Kvuns of McKIt- I ! I rick. Tho public Is cordially In- ! I vlled. Cash for Old Gold Do Not Sell to Strangers Wickersham Co. NliMtNinth and "Eyi" Struts THE PIANO Loved by Young and Old, by Rich and Poor, by Every Race, Color and Creed. Nothing Yet Hat Bean Devised to Take Ita Place. Your Home l» Not Complete Without a Piano. PRICES AND TERMS TO SUIT YOUR INCOME Don C. Preston Nineteenth and H Street GRUNOW Rtfrigiritirs—Ridin JOHN R. HUFF Phoni 2421 1112 ChttUr *»••*•

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