THE UAKERSKIKI.T) CAMPOUNIAN, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28, 1938 ARCTIC ENJOYM PAIR Estep Twins Back Worn Summer Excursion in Northern Waters Fishing In riorthcrn waters la an adventurous vocation .according to accounts by Gerald nnrt Harold Ks- tcp, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Olnistend, COS I, street. They havo Just returned from a three-month trip to Alaska in tho employ of tho Alaska Packing: Company us radio operators. Fishing hegiin Juno 20 and closed 'July 2fi; It proceeded almost continuously except for tho fihort three- hour night, and Sundays and Wednesdays when no fishing was allowed. On tho two days weekly tho fish go up the streams to the spawning grounds. With Cannery Workers The "Arctic" carried several hundred cannery workers, mostly Mexican, Chinese and Filipinos. Fishing la done with' gill nets by experienced Scandinavian and Italian fishermen. All are skillful boatmen'; only two go In each boat. When full of fish there is danger of tho boat foundering with a 20-foot tide and frequent storms. There were 1000 of these boats, each catch averaging from ]BOO to 2000 fish. Tho fishermen were allowed 12% cents per fish, tho highest price ever paid in Bristol Bay. . The average catch to a boat was 20,000 fish for the season. They were red. salmon. The boys reported that there were 12 canneries in Bristol Bay area. As • the boats are filled they discharge the fish onto a launch nearby. The work of the radio operator at Bristol Bay was to keep these launches In touch with land stations as to the catch, conditions and kindred subjects. The twins returned in time to enter Hastings Law School, Ran Francisco, where they are continuing their studies. Mr. and Mrs. olm- stead spent three days In San Francisco recently with their wons and also visited a daughter, Mrs. Henry Morris of San JOSH and a son Russcl Estep of King City. Y. L. I. Will Meet Sept. 8; Social Event Is Slated TV/TEMBEUS of the local Young Ladies' Institute will resume their regular meetings on September 8 when n party will be enjoyed, it was announced today by Miss AgncH J'lanticr, president. Miss Zitn Fujan is chairman of the committee in charge of the party's arrangements. LOCAL WRITER IS HIGHLY Party on Thursday for Moose Orders Women of tho Moose will entertain nt a party Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Harold Broome on 1C street. Tho. function will be jointly for members of tho women's and men's lodges und their families. Old fashioned games will bo played: refreshments will bo served, • Beginning In September meetings of "Women of the Mooso will bo hold Fridays at Druid's hall, East Bak- ersfleld, instead of Thursday ut I. O. O. F. hull. Mrs. F. A. Greonough Is tho senior regent, •» • » Largest Raw Silk Shipment Moving (Ailociatcd Press Looted Wire) SAX PEDRO, Aug. 110.—Tho largest shipment of raw silk ever sent overland from this port was speeding today to New York. Valued at $550,000. 2000 bales of raw silk wore, loaded into an eight-car special ox- press train from tho motorship Kano Maru. Esther Circle to Serve Luncheon Esther Circle of First Christian Church will servo a public luncheon at Bethany Hall of the church Thursday at 12 o'clock. Mrs. A. Hutchison Is chairman v in the kltchen;-ehe will bo assisted by Mrs. A. B. Lewis and Mrs. ,T. E. Stomen. The dining room committee Includes Mrs. I,. D. Holland, Mrs. It. E. Cady and Mrs. Tom Llndley. Delectable foods aro being prepared, including baked macaroni and cheese, Tolls and butter, buttered beets, salad, applp pie and ice tea. A business meeting will be held ut 10 o'clock; quilting Is planned for the afternoon. Hellers Back From MiddleJWest Visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heller and their son. Milton, returned during the past week from an eight weeks' trip through tho middle west und eastern j states. Mrs. Holler and her son spent six weeks in and near Chicago, where Milton, local danoo instructor, studied with nationally famous tVachers of i dancing. Ono week was spent as I guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Jncquo Bro! derlck In Indianapolis. Mrs. Bro| derlck was formerly Anna Ludmilla, I premier dunseuso of Mndumo Nin- jinsku's Parisian Corps ilc Ballet. Mr. Heller returned to make Immediate preparations for tho fall opening of his dance studio in BaTtersfleld. Tho local theater manager mot his family In Chicago and from there they visited friends and relatives In Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Ind., before motoring humo. Having traveled through 12 matoH during the Rummer, Mr. Heller wiiid he noted a definite lack In building and business activity sut-h as soon in California. The family also passed through tho drought- stricken areas and found a decided development in irrigation In the more western sections of the area. TO HOLD PARTY For the benefit ot ITurlbut Woman's Relief Corps, Mrs. Ada Stewart Is entertaining at a public .card party tonight at her home. 814 K street. Five hundred will be played. A Email admission charge will bo made. Ten , prizes will be awarded. HACK KHOSI SOUTH i Mr. and Mrs. \V. C. c'ox, 4443 | Highland Drive, Oildale, have re- i turned from Long Beach where j they visited their Ron-ln-law and daughter. Mr. and .Mrs. ,1. II. More- I croft. Miss Blllio Cox who aceotn- j panled her parents south remained for a longer visit with thn More' crofts. LEMONADE being served during the demonstration of M. C. P. PRODUCTS Vista Market Thursday Lovely Setting at Park for Popular Community Night And at the same time ... M.C.P. Uom hew you eon mole* Pure, H«olthM, Old Fa$hlon*d L»monad»... without any rnuu or fun...at l«n than !£ nS« coil of oftW b*v«rag*i... by uilng atortal LEMOI CANNED LEMON JUICE rUME-LEMONAID" Mrs. Richards Wins Prize for Original Work in Poetry at Meeting Exceptional recognition lius come to a local writer, Mrs. 131so Richards, who wan granted a scholarship for the 1937 Writers' Conference, to bo hold in Boulder, Colorado, at the University of Colorado. Mrs. Richards, who has just returned homo from attending the 1930 conference, received one of tho 12 scholarships granted as a result of her work. In poetry presented In manuscript form. The scholarships granted were recommended by the conference leaders on the basis of Work submitted and promise of future performance. Mrs. Richards, who Is secretary at tho Kern County Free Public Library, has served as presldent.of the local Short Story Club for the past two years. Excellent Director Many noted men and women of letters were leaders of the conference, and tho students Included many professional authors. The director of the conference was Edward Davlson, who has wldo experience as critic and editor in England and the United States and is tho author of various volumes of verse and prose, Including Harvest of Youth, The Heart's Unreason and Tho Ninth Witch. Ho bos been editor of The Challenge and manager of The Guardian. At present he Is professor of English'at tho University of Colorado. "His sound scholarship and broad outlook have molded the policies of the conference Into their present lines," Mrs. Richards said In commenting on the practical value of the conference to writers with professional ambitions. Noted Leaders Among the other leaders were: for thu writing of the nova), T. S. Stribling, author of The Sound Wagon, who was awarded the Pulitzer prlzo for Ills novel The Store in 1933 and who Is author of The Sound Wagon and other works; for the short story, Sylvia Clialflcld Bates, who has been In charge of the fiction and short workshop at New York University und for six years fiction editor of the Woman's Home Companion, and author In her own right; poetry, Mr. Davidson assisted by Kobert Penn Warren and Frank Krnest Hill, tho formei- an Instructor In creative writing at Louisiana State University and one of tho editors of Southern Review and the latter, author of Westward Star and other volumes of poems. Other Speakers Among other notables who were stuff members and who addressed tho conference were: Fulton Oursler. editor of Liberty and 11 other McFaddt-n publications; J. McBrldo Dubbs of Coker College, South Carolina, whose book, "The Religion of a Countryman," will soon be published; Thomas llornsby Ferrll, a Colorado pcot; C. E. KcogglnH, well-known author; Lenora Weber, author of numerous western Juvenile books and stories; Or. J. Duncan Spaeth, newly elected president of tho University of Kansas and Dr. Howard Mumford Jones, poet and critic and Carl Click, author of many plays and short stories and founders of The Story Magazine. "While there were some inspirational talks, the, leaders and speakers approached the subject of creative writing from the practical viewpoint giving the students the benefit of their own years of experience in writing und editing," Mrs. Richards sa!d. Writing Trends "The trend reflected In tho work of the writers may be said to be a growing sense of tho individual's ! social 'responsibility, which, for tho i artist, meann most honest expres- I sion of which he is capable upon a 1 foundation of sound craftsmanship. ! Tho consensus of the writers and I leaders was that the west holds tho future of the new and vigorous literature of the United States. I "The manuscript bureau was a i new feature ^Inaugurated for this | year's conference. Under the leadership of Mr. Hill the bureau began reading manuscripts a week be-fore tli« opening of thi> conference and continued to read day and night until the closing day. About 2u novels were submitted; of thcsn 12 are now j receiving tho attention of publish- I ers. and It Is the belief of tho con- ffrenco loaders that at least half of this number will be printed. A number of other books of promise were considered and recommendations made to tho authors for revision." The conference was held for three weoks and Mrs. Richards spent a week In San Francisco before returning homo. A SURPRISE fur tho 1000 patrons •£*• uttuiullng tho community program Tuesday ovonlng nt 1 Ionic Park was the lovely sotting achieved through the lighting of tho circular pool In tho middle of tho Greek theater. Tho pool was filled with water for tho first tlmo in many years and, an exceedingly artistic setting WIIR arranged by Hill Rowland, landscape designer for Sorensen's Nursery who arranged a Spanish Garden with blooming plants and shrubs. SOURS Popular The program was opened with community singing led by Phil Collins. The. tunes of My Wild Irish Rose, Homo, on the Range, Pack Up Your Troubles and Springtime In tho Rockies drew the entire audience. Into performance. Hy popular request Mr. Collins sang us a solo, "Tho Last Round-up." Mrs. A. R. Holslngton was tho accompanist for tho community sing- Ing and soloist. Hurli'squo Plenses Drawing laughter and appreciation, n band of clever entertainers from tho First Methodist Church presented tho burlesque operetta "Cam- monuchi" In which popular operatic arias emerged with new words. Tho costuming was humorous and Tent to tho gaiety of tho performance. Among those appearing In this portion of the program were: Mrs, Fred Farls, Mr. M. C. Crowder, Mrs. C. J. Patterson, Mrs. Frank Tarpley, Mrs. Phil Howell, Miss Grace de Groot and Mrs. Holsington, accompanist. One of the surprise events of tho evening was the Miss Elma May Wmp who walked through the audl- onco playing thn lively tunes as a Gypsy soranador. Ono of tho outstanding numbers WUH a lovely Spanish dance presented by Miss Loin Knowlos, popular local tcrpslchorean. Professor George. Kuchn was her accompanist. Other Members A too ensemble was presented by Elva Morris, .leanno Haupt and Constanco Aldrlch, the latter presenting a solo number. Among other entertainers who received much applause -were: Larry Pusqunl with accordion solo, Paul Landry with a marimba solo, Jean Haupt and Elva Morris In a tap duct, and Helen Stensrud and Evelyn Lewis In a rhumba un<J Spanish dunce number, with Georgia Marsh us tho accompanist. Another hit of the program was the civic band directed by Lloyd Vulh. Tho band played several selections. Hand Performers Tho bun'd members last night were: Richard tUutzmtin, Beatrice Hawthorne, Martin Lowe, U. C. Chosternmn, Georgia TIesen, Paul Kllewer, Fred Rohloff, Jack O'Flynn, Paul Farrell, Edna Little, Luther Johnson, Jr., Jim Bradford, Wilfred Wiebo, Alvn Cbesterman, Donald Mclntlro. Hill Galyan, Barbara Hall, Authur Roberts and Paul Landry. Little Miss Iris Landry, who presented a Gypsy dance, was also mistress of ceremonies. The patrons at tho program woro welcome by Mrs. E. S. Ellery, president of tho Lowell P. T. A. sponsoring tho program. She was assisted in arrangements by Mrs. George Landry and Mrs. Ora Crawford. Miss Kathcrlno Walt Is general director of tho community night entertainments. Wycoffs Visit . Mr. and Mrs. William L. Wycoff and their small son BlUle of Fullerton arc guests of Mr. Wycoffs mother, Mrs. Rosa King and a brother, Orin W. Wycoff and a sister, Mrs. T. M. Owens. They will go on to Fresno and Salinas, where they will be entertained by friends. Their local relatives will moot them in Sequoia National Park over the week end for a family reunion. * • * . With the Kondals Mr. and Mrs. A. Kondal enjoyed a visit last week from their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ledger Smith of Texas and from Mrs. Loyd Whitson of Whittle!-, Mr. Smlth'» mother. They motored on to San. Francisco and down to Long Beach via the coast. They have taken an apartment at tho beach city for a fortnight/ * • • To Wcaverville Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Voorhies, 1014 Kentucky streot, will Jeavo tonight for Weuvervtlle In Trinity county for a week's vacation. They will be entertained in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brady, parents of Mrs. Tom Voorhies. Mrs. Tom Voorhies also Is visiting her parents and will return with her mother and father- in-law. * • • Gamma Kappa Phi Members of Gamma Kappa Phi sorority will moot tonight at 7:30 o'clock at tho homo of Miss DeNlso Reymond, 1801 Baker street. Refreshments will bo served. A skat- Ing party is planned. Mrs. Clulr Marchino is president of tho chapter. * • • Motor to Canada Aftor completing a threo week motor trip to Lake Tuhoo, points In Oregon, und Washington and to Victoria, U. C., Mr. and Mrs. 10. H. Christian and Mr. and Mrs. Curl Eggcr are again home. * * * Theta Tim Theta Theta Tnu Theta sorority will meet tonight at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. R. Nelson, 2009 IJuena Vista. Plans will bo completed for representation at a convention In Sacramento. * * • Slcmu Phi Gamma , Members of Sigma Phi Gamma tso- rorlty will be entertained at tho homo of Mrs. Alfred Berry on tho ('. C. M. O. k-aso tonight at 8 o'clock. Miss Martha Graham will preside. * * * Delta Theta Tan Gamma XI chapter of Delia Theta Tau Hcirorlty will moot tonight at 8 o'clock at tho homo of Mrs. .lames Arp, corner of Third and 1 streets. * * » To Santa Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Rexlon Hoed will spend tho week end at Santa Barbara. Feting Nowlyweds Miss Dorrls Wilson was hostess to a group of friends recently at a surprise miscellaneous shower In honor ot Mr. and Mrs. William G. Stclnkamp, who wore recently married at First Methodist Church. Mrs. Stolnkamp is tho former Miss Dolly Cooko. Mrs. VIgo Swonson, an aunt of Mrs. Stolnkamp was a special guest. Mrs. Swenson lias just arrived from Minneapolis, Minn., and plans to spend the winter here. Games were played with prizes going to Thurman Morley und Mrs. Swenson. Refreshments wore served to tho following guests: Messrs, and Mesdames— William G. Mrs. VIgo Steinkamp SWCIIHOU Ralph Del Rio Misses — L HOLD LARGE FETE Legion Women Plan for 100 Tables at Card Party Sol for Seplemher The iipening gun of Intensive' preparation for u card party of 100 j tiibluH Houtuli'il lust night when n i cninmlttun mot at thn lunnn of Mrs. I Wuynu 1'. N'olHoii, pri-Hlili-nt of Frank S. Hoyiidlds Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, I'JliO Klglith street, Tho party Is Hoi for Wednesday, September Hi, on the lawn nt Legion hall, und will bo dedicated to brldgo and five hundred. Attending were Mrs. Marvin Ang- lln, chairman uf refreMlinu'iilH: Mrs. Hay Carlisle and Mrs. /.. V. Iliwk- Ings, chairman ot prl/."s; Mrs. Marl Howo and ilr-H. Steve Ookus, chairmen of tlcUots; Mrs. NclMon and Mrn. Frank Louslnlot, tho latter chairman of publicity. Others on thu committee, are Men- dames Jack Isaac, Mllford Hoo«, Henry 1'owell, Kd CroiKm, Howurd Nichols, William Madlll, Claudo Kn- yart, I'cto Xydner and William Kabes. W. O. W. Lodge to Enjoy Card Fete Thursday Night |)AKI<:i(SKlKU> CAMP No. KiO, •'-* Woodmen of the World, will give n curd party Thtirwlay night, to which members nnd friends nrr invitrd. There will he no nclml.s- Mion charge. Prizes will he awarded for pp.- dro, bridge and five hundred. Arrangements lire in charge of Walter W. Snyder, (Jeorge Borg- wnrdt and Cecelia Morris. 8-Year-Old Boy AwardecHo Aunt /United I'rcss leased \\'trc) PITTSBURGH, Aug. 2«.--Custody of eight-year-old David Duncan was awarded "today to his aunt, Mlns Grace Lawson, against whom his mother, Mrs. Virginia Duncan, of Phoenix, Ariz., waged a fight for several days. Judge John P. Egan said "tho welfare and best interests of tho child will bo served by permitting him to llvo with his aunt." David was loft with Miss Liiwsun by his mother five years HBO. Wbi-n Mrs. Duncan appeared In Pittsburgh to claim him, her slstor refused to let him go. Tho decision made It plain that action was not final, leaving an open- Ing for Mrs. Duncan to renew hoi- buttle for possession uf her *on. Rebekah Warden Back From Visit Mrs. P. A. Murray, warden of tho Itehokah Assembly of California, accompanied by Mr. Murray, attended n. brilliant lodge function recently In San Jose. They returned to thoir home, .Till Oregon street, last night. Tho function, sponsored by Josephine Robokah l.odgo Xo. 14 inurkod tho official visit of Mrs. ttoulnh L. McCrory of Vacavlllo, president of Robckah Assembly. Others attending woro Mrs, Josephine Gray of Mountain View, marshal of tho Assembly. Mrs. Mathilda Lttrvey of Vncuvlllo, chaplain, and past officers of other branches of tho order. Preceding the meeting n. dinner watt served In honor of tho officers at Hotel Do Aii7,n, attended by OB members; tho meeting following wan sharod by 250 guests. Five candidates woro Initiated. Grand officers wero conducted to «<mt« of honor by an escort from tho Canton and Auxiliary. Talks wero made by Mrs. AlcCrory and Mr«. -Murray. The Murrayn were guests in San FraiK-lsco ot their sister-ln-taw. Mrs. J. C. Murray. CHAPTER TO HOLD FRONTIEREVENTS Brlii Phi Sitfinn Arranges Dance and Gathering: Session Tonight In |!MI> with Its tradition, Beta Pht Hltfniu fraternity will roMmito Frontier Days In llnkcrnflnlil with two events. Thn first will bo Its thlrii nnniifil Jlotii Frontier Dayn hall Sat unlay night. October 2, and the MOC- iitid will lie thu valley meeting Hun- clny, October n. Thn latter will bring inonibiTH hern from VortorvlllB, VlHiilta, FrnNiiu, HiikcrBfleld and th6 c'hapu-r now in tho process of organization In Tpft. To further plans, members ar« mooting tonight at tho call of Clar- vni'.a Fowli.-r, president, at the homo of Harold Ilcndrlckii, C>02 N street, at S oYlork. Hiimluy'ii activities, Including a luncheon, will )>t- held at Hotel 1'nrlro; tho meeting begins at 10 o'clock. IJarold HomlrlckH Is chair* man for the week end. Kd Green» street Is chairman of thu dance com* mlttni' and Dick Ilarluw is financial <;lmlrman. • Hogular mectlngi! will bo resumed next month. Other officers besides Mr. Fowler arn Mr. ITcmlrlcks. Mr. Oreonstreet and Carl MAHRIAGK LICENSES ' Marriage licenses worn Issued.IB I,as Vegan today to Charles Beau* foy, 31, and Alleen Marie Ashby.,',24, both of this city; Joe Cram, 22,'And FranceH Moore, 18, also of Baker*field; and Walter R. Campbell,', 28, and Kuthryu J«ulvu Lewis, 28, both of thin city. '•'' Hclyn Alexander Velva Choever Messrs.— Vornon Wilson Albert Richardson Thurman Morley Jprene Salmons Dorris Wilson Wilbur Wilson Ello Cordonl Harold Gerrlsh Kyraiiil-Voorhei.s Wedding AVeddlng vows wero exchanged Saturday by Miss Bertha Kyraud and Jess W. Voorheis-at 10:30 o'clock In Las Vegas, the ceremony being performed by Judge J. A. Earl. Mr. Voorhoin is water clerk for Kern County Jjind Company. Ho Is a native son of Bakersrield.and was an overseas veteran during tho World War. JJe belongs to Frank S. Key- nolds I'ost American Legion. Mrs. A r oorhcis is a sister of K. A. Kyraud of this city. She camo to Kern county from Rpdondo Beach. The bridegroom In the son of Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Voorhoin of Whlttler. I A trip to Houlder IJam preceded ' the return of the eoiiplo to Bakersfield to make their home. They will have a wedding trip by motor into northern California, beginning September f>. , t » • Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. John Rldgoway, 1703 Beale avenue, have Just returned from a vacation spent in I.os Angeles nnd tho southern beaches. While In the south, they attended the wedding of Miss Carole Fowlo and Orcrald Kkelton, at Kanta Ana, I with the Heverend Ueorgo Warmer I officiating. 1 Mrs. Skelton is a frequent visitor I In Bakersfield and has many friends 1 throughout tin; county. | Wedded Today i Miss Harriet iilshop hecamo the bride of Thomas Henry Marshall to, day with the Kev. U. (J, liarrett per| forming the ceremony In tho parlors of Klrst Haptiht Church. Tho couple was attended by Mr*. U'. K. \ Smith of thin city and M|ns lOll/a- ! | belli Steolman of Yorba Lliula. *. * * : liurU l-'rom I'lMino : Miss Agnes I'lantier and Miss • AIIc<- Hoi-el^ have returned Irom a 1 fortnight's vacation at l.'lsmo where . they Joined Miss I'lanlli-r's part-ntH, , Mr. and Mrs. M. Clantler, 1110 KIMI. lucky street, who havo u colliigo at ' the beach for a month. I Reasons Given for Circulation Slump (AuBnclnlfii 1'rcmi l,cntc<t Wire) WASHINGTON, Aug. 26.—A do- creuso of $79,000,000 in monoy In circulation during July was reported today by the treasury. At tho closo of the month a total of $0,1(11,1)47.099 was In circulation as compared with JO,241.204,903 at tho end of Juno. Unofficially, It W«H mild that whllo several factors woro Involved, tho droii was duo principally to the ro- tiirn to tho bonks of money puld to veterans In tho redemption of their bonuH bonds. On a per capita basis of money in circulation, the decrease was from $48.00 to $47.flO. •« .«• New Instructor to Assist at Studio I Thornton Audrey, formerly of the I Kretlow Studios of Chicago, has I Joined the faculty of the Garrott Dunco Studio. Mr. Audrey has many years of teaching experience to his credit; he specializes In tap und acrobatic work and touches tho latest routines In the now popular heel and group roll stylo of rhythm dancing. He also teaches all phases of acrobatic and advanced tumbling. Railroaders' Ball Is Slated Tonight A "railroaders' ball" Is tho event arranged for tonight at Bourdsley Pavilion, under uiispli-cH of tho Brotherhood of Railway Cannon of ' America, Loral No. 740. Tills In , expected to bo one of the most , largely attended dnnrow of tho sum- i iner, according to thoso In charge. Favors aro promised. Lackawanna Council Sponsqrs^Card Fete Lackawanna Council, Degree of Poeahontus) entertained last night at n card purl}' at W. O. W. hull. Prizes woro awarded to Mesdamos M. G. Nunnolly, Carlotta Thompson | and Klttln X.aynor and Mesrs. J. E. Gans, William O'Brien nnd Ed Wilson. Thn door prlzo wont to Mrs. William O'Hrlon. Tho next will bo I hold at the sumo placo Tuosday ovo- nlng. - »« » a INHIBITS SKIOTIIKS Sixteen sketches made at San Diego Exposition by Utigunu Choy are on display at (ho Jones Art Store. The studios uro iircl/Hoot^u-al, In tho main, nnd aro dono with poster pnlnt on beige cardboard. Thoy '\vuro placed two days ago and aro attract Ing much Schilling norc flavor because it's toasted In Oklahoma : Mrs. Frank E. Tucker, 810 First street, and her daughter Kathc-rlno and her son Vornon aro on route to . i Tulsa, Okla., where they will visit relatives for tho next three weoks. * * * ( In San KranciHco Misses Cicnevleve Uorcl und telUu.- beth McGinn are expected homo Sun; day from a fortnight's motor trip which took them to San Diego. Santu Barbara and San Francisco. * • « On Vacation Miss Alice .Stausti and her mother, . Mrs. Kdlth Stauss, aro sojourning at i , Pismo Beach this week. ; , W • 4 Visiting In North i Mr. and Mrs. Al Burton are vaca-i , tlonlng In San Francisco and other, 1 bay cities. i i ... | | At Kan Krunciseo ; Recent arrlva'l.s in San Francisco included Mr. and Mrs. LKRH Cloi: feller und Mi«s lluaul CluUollur. 'Homesteaders to j Have Outing Soon Homesteaders Llfo Association I will holil a winner ronst and pot-j I luck supper at Kern Itlvr-r Turk i 1 Friday cvi-nlng of this wook at. 0 ' ' o'clock. Tho ovcnt Is upon to mom- i i bi'i-H and friends. Tho loilgo will i furnish wii-ners, buns und coffoe. ; Tim fvonl will bo tho hiHl out of | doom affair this Hummor. HACK i KOM run* Mrs. Onk'll Latz of Lalz'H ready : In woar shop has rotunn-il from, a «orlen of Inlying trl|j« to tin- w.utli- .01-11 inarkotH. ilarmoiiis for Hchon) . und f.-ollcgM havo been » spot-lull y at Oils NwiNuii and coats, ilri-Hm-H mitt suits havo boon bought for :ill or- , CUSlullH. TO MICKT AT PAUK Naomi cii-i-l,. MI First Christian Church will moot at '_'::!0 o'cloi-k Thursday afti-rnoon at Joffor.Hon I'arli. MI-H. Will Jiin-'-tt will proside: slit! IH asking mc-nibc-rs to bring needli's and thlinl.l.-s an unlit-, Ing will be the ordi-r of the day. (illlvAT IIONOIt l-'Olt WOMAN LOS ANV.K1.K.S, Aug. '.'ti. lA. I'.)-- Mltis Juno Alvloa, honor grudiiuu* of the l.'nlversity of Soutln-rn California, today wins tin; first woman from this Hoctlon of the Hlato to win u law scholarship to Valo I'nlvurslty. IN HOTTEST WEATHER 30 VITAL IMPROVEMENTS ORIGINATED BY NORGE Norgc has originated 30 vital i improvements in refrigerators. The Norge you buy today will still be far ahead—years from now. Look at this partial list of advanced features: Prew Action Lai/latch * Combination Bottle and Dairy Rack * Sliding Utility Bajfcet * Adjustable Shelf * Improved Automatic flood Light * Closely Spaced SMI Ban * Many other improvements. • It takes a surplus-powered mechanism like the famous Norge Rollator to laugh at the heat—to keep foods safe and tasty—give you more cold than you'll ever need, and more economy than you've erer known—without working itself to death. A cheaply made refrigerator may look good from the outside but it can't give you the surplus cold you need for safety on hot days. A refrigerator is a. major investment- choose it wisely. See the Norge before you buy. For Flnt Aid la reliev log common (kin • menu or (kin injurie* •Iways rely on WINNER'S 1028 Baker Phone 900 $ 20-D-M 10 DOWN PAYMENT • a I ! .
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