The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 27, 1936 · Page 4
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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, August 27, 1936
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THE BAKEHSFIELD CALIFORNIA?*, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1»8« OMMUNITY NEWS •' Events of Note in Fellows FELLOWS, A\JC. 27.—Alvln Kmi- ter nnd Mrs. Scott'H brother, Allx-r! WRcKlnzIo nf Cumbria, hnvo I'ft aft^r n two d,iyn' vlnll (it tho horn" •f Mr. nnd Mrc. Joe Scott. Monday vIMtom nt Iho limno <if Mr. nnd Mr*. C. 31. Owen wrrc Mr. fttirt Mrs. O. O. Close nnd children of Avenal. A visitor nt the home of TI. F. Mason Is P. Landon of Johnson City, New York, Mr. nnd Mr*. Henry PurKlt* hnvo feturni'd home after 11 few dpyn spent ftt Hlg Hear nnd I-nhe Arrowhead. While nt Moon Valley they visited Mr*, Ttarffllx' *l*tor and lifolhrr-ln- law, Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Cross nnd children. Sunday vlnltnr* nt the home of Mr. »nd Mrs. J. K. ICnvanngh worn Tlor- tor and Mrs. \Vllllnm C. Johnson and Infnnt won of Salinas, formerly of Fellow*. Mr. nnd Mr*. 1'. W. Hlrkrrson of the Awoolnted Oil Company Imvn Woved their hoimo to Fellows, whero they are now residing. Mr. nnd Mrs. McNi-cley. nlco of the Associated lease, hnvo moved their hounn to town. Momlny overnight visitors nt thn home of Mr. and Mr«. Fred Formway ! were their nleco and nophew, Mr. nm! Air*. L. K. JJnvln. Mr. nun .%IIM. Hiivls have just returnnd tn Iho i states from Honolulu and wi-rn on i their way noiith to llvo In Knn J'edro. Mr. and Mrs. \Vnlter Woolen nre. visiting «t Dm Iioine of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. Morehousn of Kl Munte. Arthur Johnson luis returned to Santa Mnrln after a fow days' vlKlt nt the home of Ills parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gust Johnson. Mrs. L. I). Mnson and daughters Nona nnd Mardnll nre visit Ing «t tho home of Mrs. Mnson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bradford of linkers- field. Sunday visitors nt the home, of Mr. ii'id Mrs. n. J. Mltln at Low Angeles were their dnughtor nnd Kon-ln-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Vnwter of I'VI- lows. Mrn. Vawter remained for n longer visit. Visitors nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Fnlrey lire Mr. Falrey's brother nnd slster-ln-lnw, Mr. anil Mrs. J. II. Falrey and son Bobby of Helra Hlnnco, Texas. Mr. nnd Mrs, Hnrold 15111s nnd son Ira left Monday for n two weeks' vn- cation nt Whlttler nnd nt Hhafer Lake, where they will enjoy fishing. Relatives Guests at Country Home MrKAUI.ANI>. AUK. 27.- Knlcr- j tnlnlng nt Ilii'lr ruimtry humn Month- WPM. of I his city, Mr. and Mr*. Jacob Nlll were IIONIB .Siiliinlny nml Sun- dny tnr n jwirly of ri'lntlvt'n. Included In thr Kronp WTP Mr. ninl Mr*. Ralph Klllmor« % . lhr> fornicr'H mother, Mm. Albert Klllmorn urn] (liiiifjhli'r. Ml** Ahllono mid thn lat- Icr'H coiiHln, M|HH Franco^ BT!KK*- Mr*. Rulph Flllrnoro In a Rriiiul- Illcc/i of Mr. -VIII. Ollinr KiJfHtH nt Finmlny dinner Included Mr. Mill's brother nml MMpr-ln-liiw, Mr. mid Mrs. John XIII. who rc*ldu Botith of tn\vn. Tim party of ^ueHln who lire all from Fri-rtprlrlt, Ohln., vlsltod Knt- urdny aflernooii with Mr. and MrH. John Nlll. Glennville District Items Maricopa Personal News Mm. tiOulM Rhodes left recently toe Los Angles whero «ho Intends to re-enter school to complete her beauty course. Mra. Rhodes lacked cnly a fow units of completing her course when she was taken 111 several months ago. She Is now fully recovered and expect* to complete her courie by November. Mrs. B. T. Price wiu hostess to the member* of thn Diversion Club at her homo Friday afternoon. Des- •ert refreshment* were served and BOO played. Prlres were, awarded to Mm. William Harnlsh for first and to Mrn. Grace Cheesebrough for •econd nnd the traveling prize. Mrs. 8. A. Mulford was a guest of the club. Charles Barn hart who has been In Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska, (or tho post three months, returned to his home hero Wednesday. Miss Mary Mann daughter of Mrs. C. H. Burgman, returned during the week from Miami. Arizona, where nh« passed tho summer with relatives, Miss Eva Mowermnn of Long Beach, passed the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mow- crmnn. Mr. nnd Mm. Robert Green and family who are passing thn summer nt PUmo. pa»ed tho week end at their home In Mnrlcopn. Thomas Rosier, son of Mr. and Mm. E. E. Rosier, who hns been the guest of his grandparents In Miami, Ariz., returned to bin. home at Pentland recently. C. 12. Graham accompanied by Mm. C. R. Burgmnn, left Friday for Vancouver, B. C. They expect to bo away a month nnd may go Into Alaska before returning. Mr. nnd Mrs. Vcrnon Uunbold report tho arrival of n daughter Wednesday evening. Mother and bubo nro nt the Tnft Community Hospital and nro getting along favorably. MAGUNDEN MAGUNDKN. Aug. 27. — Mrs. Frank Huhbnrd and son Dana aro homo from a six weoka' vacntlon nt Plsmo. Mrs. J. F. Carver, Mrs. Naomi Johnston nnd children nro on n vacation, vlHltlng In Plsmo, Long Bench nnd other points. Mrs. M. F. Clark. Mrs. Orvllle Estes ami son Norman aro home from a month's stay at Plsmo. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klmc and family have moved to the Way place on Pioneer Drive,. Mr. nnd Mrs, .Too Carter entertained at a venison dinner Monday evening. Tho guests were Mr. nnd Mrs. Jt. W. Burgess nnd sons, Hleh- ard and Gerald. Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Ponton. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Burgess nnd dnughtor Helen. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Dennis nre homo after 11 fow days' stay in Plsmo. Beverly and Juno Klmo and Dorothy Kceger passed last week with Mr, nnd Mrs. Dave Kline. A, II. Stotler has been In the hospital a fow days with nil infection of tho hnnds. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. A. Mnbrny nnd fnmlly have returned from a 10-day vacation at the Jack Uaneh. Mrs. F. D. Hubbard him returned home from a vacation In Plsmo. K. J. Huclteba, Mrs. J. L. Burgess nnd daughter, Helen, passed the week end nt Greenhorn with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Huckebn. OLKNNVILLK. Aug. !7.—Lester PnRcoe was the hmi'ireq nt a charm- j Ing birthday party held .Sunday eve- j nliiK nt their family homo. Among those present wero .Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnnie llnffer, Mlsa Evelyn Gllettp, Mr. Walter (Jilclto. Mr. .luck Her- list, M|HM Jewel and Frazler Pasco« and Ihe host and hostess, Mr. and Mrw. Lester Pnscoo. Mr*. Effln Henrllmn Dlckson of Bakersfleld Is a guest, at tho T. S. Fugltt. ranch otlior week end visitors wero Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flynn and son of Bakorsfleld. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ageo of Taft upent Monday nt the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. Mulllns. Mrs. Alice Potts of Los Angeles spent Monday evening at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. W. Hunt and fnmlly. Dinner guests at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Newman wero Mr. nml Mrs. John Tern and daughter Knthryn of Bnkersfleld, Mrs. Iva Frnga nnd daughter Yora, of Wasco. Thoso attending tho Kern county picnic held on Greenhorn mountain Sunday In honor of Roy Woollomes, i county supervisor, District No. 1, were Mr. and Mrs. Orrln Olds and I family, Mr. and MrB. Everett Will- lams nnd fnmlly, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Seeley and family nnd Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hunt and fnmlly. Jack Herbst of Beverly Hills Is spending a week's vacation at tho J'ase.00 ranch. Mr. Lester Pascoo, Jewell Pascoe, Rex Peterson and Jack Herbsl called on Frank Lupo at Acre Hock on Blue mountain Thursday. Sunday callers at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pascoo were Mr. and Mr«. Hoyt Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Corwln, Mr. and Mrs. John Rofer, Evelyn nnd Walter Olllett. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Boullor of Beverly HIllH nro spending a week at tho humo of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johns. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Hand and Mr. and Mrs. Thedno Hand nnd sons Bllllo and Tod, spent Saturday evening as tho guests of Mr. and %lrs. Robert Newman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Seeloy and daughter Sandra Leo spent Friday in Bakersfield. Panama Notes of Interest PANAMA, Aug. 27.—Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Copus and children, J. C. and Dorothy Nell, left Sunday for a few days at Plsmo Beach. Mrs. George Parish and Georgo Wont won first prize nt the 500 Club which met Wednesday at the homn of Mrs. Peter Sails. Mrs. J. C. Shrlvcr and Dick Gosney won second prize. Thoso attending tho evening's enjoyment were Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Shrlvor, Mr. and Mrs. Hex Betzer, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Daly, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewey Tallmnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Parish. Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Parish, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Herod, Mr. and Mrs. Dick GOB- ney. Mrs/ Vorna Taylor and son Harry, Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Went, Molly Sails, and Mrs. Peter Sails. Mrs. M. E. Cobb ontertnined Mrs. Mary Kalln and Mrs. AV 11 McKeo to lunch Thursday. Mrs. Ann IJostetter of Merced visited her daughter last week. Ann ItoMtctter, who Is upending the Hummer with Mrs. Peter Salts wan taken to the Mercy Hospital Saturday night nnd wns Immediately operated for appendicitis. Sho will return to tho Sails home next week. Peter Sails is spending a few days at Democrat Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shrlver and daughter Ellen and Mr. and Mrs. George L. Shepard had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen of Bak- ersfleld Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Butterfleld of Long Beach wero recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Shepard. Mr, and Mrs. Buttcrfield are Mrs. Shepard's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgcl Naylor and daughter Evelyn from Modesto have moved to tho Ordena district. Mi's. Naylor Is tho former Agues Stile. Helen Surbeck has spent her vacation In Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Del Pnppa and children Bobby, Hazel, Rlna and Del- flno were sojourning in A'enlcc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Toblor nnd children Mnrgrlth, Ellen, Christine and Leland, spent a few dayw In Lou Angeles with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rygh. They returned home, by way of .Snnta Barbara. McFarland Women Meet at Luncheon MfPAHI/AND, Augr. 27.— Tho Sherwood avcnuo homo of Mrs. Thoruld IjUther wan tho sutmo recently of a delightful luncheon, when Bho en- tcrtalnud for a group of hur former Bchoolmatcs. Tho group may decide to form a club uml hold weekly luncheons. The next one will be held' soon at the California, avenue homo of Mrs. Don Burroughs. Places were marked for Mrs. Jdim LoBsley, Jr., of Delano; Mowdames Warren Borthin, Don Burroughs und Luther. TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI, Auff. 27.— Ed Anderson, who has been working tit the plant hero tho past six weeks returned to his homo In Laramlo, Wyoming, Tuesday morning, to go to school. Joo Sola nnd son Carl drove to Bakersfield Monday on business, returning home with a new car. Frank Cowan and Ernie Huslnger went to Bakersfield Tuesday. Frank went to make arrangements to enter junior college. Mr. and Mrs. 8. V. Mathews, Mrs. Charles Keely and Mrs, Earl Phelps drove to Bakersfield Monday. Harvey Ferguson and Everett Griffey were driving toward Monolith late Sunday night when tn attempting to pass one truck they struck another head-on. Their car was demolished and they were both badly cut and bruised. They were brought to Tehachapl Valley Hospital and on Monday were removed to Kern General Hospital. Tho A. II. A. Is giving a dance Saturday night, August 20, at American Legion hall. Tho public Is Invited. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Newcomb and daughters of Oildalo were Sunday guests at tho Ii. M. Cowan homo. - *-»-• GRANITE GRANITE, AUK. 27.—Mr. nnd Mrs, K. J. Sarret and Miss Frances Sarrct inado a business trip to Pino Flat on Thursday. Robert Howo of Bakersfield was a guest during the week of the Grise- dales at Davis Station. Records and Smiths recently moved some of their cnttlo from tho Long Tom range to tho Darling ranch. Mrs. J. F. AVlllIams, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Lavers of Bnkersfleld, motored to Los Angeles Thursday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. A T ernon Star- rttt and children. Dr. and Mrs. Bruco L. Clark and son and daughter, Elden Clark, nnd Miss Elizabeth Clark, recent house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will AVill- lams at Lumreau, motored to their home in Berkeley on Tuesday. Grant and Frank Grisedale are guests for several days this week of Wallace Williams at Tiger Flat. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. AVilllams, AA'al- Ince Williams and guests, Grant and Frank Grisedale, made a trip Tuesday to Glennville, AVoody and AVblte river. Buttonwillow 4-——— _— BUTTONWILLOW. Aug. 27.— Fred and Raymond Branch, sons of M. L. Branch, have Just moved to Buttonwillow from Santa. Paula. They will live In tho home with their parents and will bo employed at the gin. Mrs. M. L. Branch with her son and daughter, Fred and Kathleen, visited friends in Shatter on Monday. Miss Loreno Combs and Jack La Grange wero visitors to Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Darling Sunday. Harold Marlenacn Is again at his work with the Union Oil Company after a couple of weeks' vacation with Mrs. Martcnscn and Bobble at Sun Luis obispo. Jack Spoon reports a pleasant vacation while visiting his brother at Oakland for two weeks. The Women's Union of the Baptist Community Church enjoyed their first meeting of tho season at tho paraonago on Tuesday afternoon. • » «• SARDINE QUOTA SET SACRAMENTO, Aug. 27. (U. P.)— Under terms of an order approved by the State Fish and Gamo Commission, u total of 2000 tons of sardines may be taken for reduction or extraction purposes during the month of September. Makes biscuits fluffy as a summer cloud Schilling Bciking* Powder We'll pick you up In five minutes"— Telephone facilities are conveniently available while your Standard Service Man is filling your tank, cleaning your windshield, and rendering other useful services. Often this saves you an extra stop. Standard's percentage of regular customers on the Pacific Coast is 30 % above the average. Once motorists try It—they prefer Standard! GUITARS Small Payments PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY 1512 Nineteenth St. AT STANDARD STATIONS, INC - AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS - STANDARD OIL DEALERS CHINESE HERBS ntliavis chronic ailments of all klndi. Male nnd f»mal« trouble*. K.oo pin BOX PEKIN HERB CO. 20 run In Bakirifltld 1317 Twtntltlh Str«*t, UpiUIn Items of Note in Wasco WASCO, Aug. 27.—Mrs. Wayne Stone Is passing the week at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Paul at Carmcl. Mrs. Stone will go to Fresno for tho week end whero Mr. Stono will Join her and they will return to Wasco Sunday night. Mrs. Arthur Miller and son Billy and daughter Jane are having a vacation In southern California this week, planning to visit In Los Angeles, Santa Ana and San Diego. Jane Miller has been with Mrs. B. T. Snntom and daughter Mary Lou at IlormoMa Beach last week. Mr. and Mrs, Glen Compton and children have returned from a week •pent in San Francisco and other northern cities. Dr. find Mrs. Ben 71. Craiidn.ll aro expected home Friday of this week from a summer vacation spent In New York and other eastern cities. Klchard Matlock and Uyland Carter returned Monday evening to Coa- llnga where they aro employed by an oil company, after staying several days with their parents. Misses Hannah and Mildred Ehrhorn are In San Francisco this week where they aro having a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Hoth went to Plsmo Monday night. • Mr. Roth will return to Wasco and loace Mrs. Roth and the children at tho beach for the next week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Key of San Francisco were recent overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Robertson. Mrs, Key will bo remembered its Kalhryn HIULR who taught In the Wasco Elementary School last year. Tho wedding took place In San Diego August 31 and was attended by several Waaco people, including Mr. and Mrs. George Robertson and family and elementary teachers from Waaco School including Misses Florence Howard, Dorothy Steaffens and Dorothy Tntnblyn. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence White of Corcoran passed the week end visiting the latter'n parents, Mr, and Mm. J. 8. Smith, They also were guest* of Mr. and Mrs. C, t). AVhlte. Elder Andrew Bllckenstaff and. Reverend J. I. Coffman were In Fresno at a meeting of tho Church of tho Brethren Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Bernhard returned hero Sunday night from th» south whore they passed several weeks of vacation. They wore guests at Santa Barbara, of their son and, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ewtnpr Bernhard. They also passed a part of the time with relatives at Long Beach. Mrs. Bombard will rro to Bakersflold soon, whero sho has been elected to teach. Among the McPnrland people attending to business interests in Bnk- ersfleld Monday were Mr. and Mr*. Forrest F. Warren. While there they called on Mrs. Warren's uncle, J. A. Green, who is at the Kern General Hospital, Mr. Green has been very 111 at his home at Kcrnville and wns taken to the hospital Saturday night by Mrs. Green when his condition grew worse. Delano Residents in News DELANO, Aug. 27.—AVayne Sloper was able to leave the hospital on Tuesday and return to his home after several weeks' Illness following tho removal of his appendix. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Hess and their daughter Fern of Sequel spent the week end hero with Mrs. ,HesB' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John AV. Reed. Sunday was tho occasion for a family reunion and picnic at Bartlott Park. Thoso attending with Mr. nnd Mrs. Hess nnd Fern were Mr. and Mrs. Reed and their son Harold Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Rosee Reed, Mrs. David R. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Henry King. R. Asonoma. employe of the Sierra A'lsta ranch of the Earl Fruit Company, was admitted to tho hospital on Tuesday morning. Raymond Ramsey was n Tuesday business visitor at Alpaugh and Earllmart. Bert Beckwlth. well-known or- chaudist of the Columbine district, is In the midst of his peach harvest, which Is an exceptionally good crop and of excellent quality. Orange clings have been marketed and Philip clings are now being moved. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hamilton will have as their guests the latter part of this week their daughter. Mrs. F. Ewlng Bono, Mr. Bone and their two children, who aro returning to For- tervillo after spending tho summer In Oakland with Mr. 'Bono's parents. Mrs. Lawrence Krclm spent Monday In Bakorsfleld as tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Branson, who are entertaining Mr. Branson's brother, Garyl Branson of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Adams entertained as their recent overnight guests Miss Tlllio Cohn and her sister. Mrs. S. Greenbaum of San Francisco. Mrs. Carlylo Adams has returned from a vacation enjoyed at AVaaco with her parents and In southern California. Air. and Mrs. Neal AA r oodward aro enjoying the second week of their vacntlon and nre spending it at Cambria Pines. Mrs. Edward M. Smith has returned from a two weeks' visit at Kenllworth, Utah, with relatives. Mr. Smith met her at Riverside where they enjoyed a visit of several davi with their daughter, Mrs. Delbcrt Harris nnd family. Miss Marian Chung was a Tuesday all-day business visitor at the county scat. Mr. and Mrs. Carlylo Adams are now occupying tho C. E. Nutter house on Lexington street. Miss Mable Smith and her brother Donald aro enjoying a visit in Oakland as guests of their sister. Mrs. Dudley Middloton nnd family. HE MADE A TEN-YEAR TEST WITH ALL-BRAN Say good-bye to the Headaches, the low spirits, the sleeplessness that often follow common constipation. Just read this letter: "In 1926. I started using Aui- BRAN. 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