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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 1, 1936
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THE BAKKRSF1ELD CALIFORNUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1936 COMMUNITY McFarland People Enjoy Park Picnic 'Announce No New Changes in Program in Future} to Organize Singers DELANO, Sept. l.~-Tho \VPA Recreational Center which has been meeting at the high school during the summer, months IH now having Its program tn the social hull of the Community Methodist Church. The program nt present will be about tho same as has been carried tin at high school, with plans for an outdoor basketball court later, adjoining tho church; also educational and entertaining motion pictures for children and young people. • These activities aro under the dl reollon of Mrs. Frances Oliver and Mrs. Margaret Casebolt, and are from 2 to D o'clock In the after noon dally except Sunday, until such n time as new activities for evening recreation are added. • A sing for young people and adults will be organized and conducted by Mrs. Oliver In the near future. Other activities Will bo planned as the program becomes better organ Ized. All girls who made articles of sowing craft at the high school are re quested to bring anything thoy have finished to the church social hall as soon as possible. The work is to bo photographed by tho rccreationa administrator, Miss Bel.'y LoWe 01 Bakersfleld, and then Inspected; ant V. few articles chosen to bo Sent to Wl'A fair at Fresno, nox r lrtonth, Any article sent will bo ^returned to the owner. GRANITE GRANITE, Sept, 1.—Mr. ah Mrs. Hugh Smith aro spending few days in camp at Lloyd Mead n ows. Mrs. Julia Howo and children o Bakersfleld Were guests over th week end of Mr. and Mrs. Arthu i*/Brown. '( Mrs. H. J. Barret and Miss Fran cea Sarret spent Tuesday In Wasct visiting with Mrs. Barret's mothei Mrs. F. A. Bee. Ellis Snow and son, Lawrenc former residents of Granite Statloi Wero business visitors at Davis Sta tlon Saturday. Tho Grlsedales came from Davi Station Monday evening and stayed for two days at their Granite Station ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Will Williams came . from Lumreau to their homo ranch , on Tuesday. Sept. 'I.— A party t McFarland relatives enjoyed pass- ig the day at Kern River Park. Vfter enjoyintr a delightful plonlu uncheon, they enjoyed swimming ml other (iporta. Included In the group were Mr. ml Mrs. W. II. Paine, 1la«ei and ^liirenco I'alnoi Mr. and Mrs. Henry lagorlan, Ethel, Mruc«. Ward, Lois, can and Keith Mngorlan. - *-»-* RICHGROVE Aug., 31.—Hugh P. 3urum lias gone to Tennessee where is will visit with relatives for sev- iral weeks. He will stop at Detroit on tho way home and drive back a new car. Chester Miller and a group of rlends have returned to Los Ango- es after a visit hero With Mr. and Jrs, Howard B. Miller, parents of Chester, W. A. Welch motored south on Thursday to join his family for the WeddlUjj of their son Harper Welch and Miss Julia Sandusky of Pd-fli- dena Which took place Thursday night at tho Niutarone Church in Pasadena with the Hevorend Blifl Robinson of Pasadena, grandfather of tho groom, reading the vows. Kenneth Kelly, twin son of Mr. and, Mrs, Ira A. Kelley, Is quite 111 at tho country homo of Ills parents, east of town. Mr. and Mrs. James Burum are on< tartalnlng as their house guests, Mr and Mrs. tilroni Grunt and HOII Jack, who recently returned from a two years' residence in Vancouver B. C. Mrs. Hugh r. Burum, her son William and her daughter Nancy Miss Paulino liagsdalo and M Klizaboth Urooknmn have returnee from an outing of several davs n Hot Springs. Hugh Burum and Rich at'd 13rockman of Jasmine motorec to tho Springs to spend u day will t}jelr relatives while they wero there Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dooloy um their daughter Madge and Mint Qeoj-glna Dooley of San Bornardliu have returned from ail outing a Sugar Loaf Park. Mrs. Doolov li feeling much Improved In health. Mr. and Mrs. James Htratton am children of Fresno have located her and are occupying the P. H. Bennet home. Mr. Ktratton is employed u the Mid State Horticultural vineynrc which Is owned by A. Setraklun. Mrs. Hiram Grant lins been en paged to teach in Iho district schoo fllllm? the vacancy left by Mrs Sarah O. Wheeler, who IH taking leave of absence for a yenr. Mrs George Norwood will bo the othe teacher. Miss Georginnn. Dooloy has re turned to her parents' homo at Sa Bernardino after ft. visit of wivera weeks with her uncle, Chester Do< ley. and Mrs. Dooley. News Today From Oildale mm PEOPLE OILDALE, Sept. 1. — Mr. and Mrs. Peter Colter of Avennl were recent visitors at the home of Mr. Cokor's brother and slster-in-lttw, Mr. and Mrs. W, G. Coker. and family In tho oilfields. They also called on local . friends. i .Uecent callers at tho homo of Mr. ! and Mrs. M. 12. Trout were Mr. and I Mrs. -William Baker of. Toft. Mr. and Mrs. IMward Gllroy and ffltnlly wro week end guests nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Hall on Docntur street, William Casey Is among our new Irs, C. M. Daniels Honoree at Miscellaneous Shower in North Kern City (Sppelal fo The Callfnrntan) DELANO, Sept. 1.—Mrs. Charlesj . Albright entertained at a inlscel-' ancottS shower recently at her Jeferson street home, honoring her leee, Mrs. C, H, Daniels. A. color scheme of plnlc and white wafl' carried out In the decorations vlth seasonal flowers and also in tho •efreshments. Several contests were enjoyed dur* ng the afternoon and the winners were presented with prizes. InNpec- Ion of the many beautiful gifts fol- owctl the contests. The hostess was assisted in enter/lining by MesdamCs M. Daniels, Mleen Kenohen and Frod Daniels. Others present were Mesdames W. K. Mock and Denlce Jleclt and Miss e Boyd of Tularc, the Misses - —" ^jwj v» v/». * M.IV. , ,ur. unu mr», mun "» »ni^m.,. Kormn and Avis Boyd of Lsculon i Ml . and Arrgi Mc | V | n McCloy left and Mrs, Aileen' Kenchen of Plxley. I Sunday for Santa Monica, where local residents, having been transferred here from Ventura. Mrs. Steve Kelthley and tho Misses , -^fa and Melba Manus motored to Los Angeles Sunday to bring home Miss Eugenia. Kelthloy, who has been visiting relatives and friends In tho southern city. Miss Betty James, who hns been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. .T. Stocktlll and family for tho past month, left sun- day for her home In Santa ttnrbam. bonnld Slontnn of Uuitomvlllow is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. AVright and family. Mrs. Carl Nelson of Anaheim Wft» olid (tuest at the homo of Mqlvln Mosdamcs W. W. Denton, Donald Vincent, George Koukles and daUgh- or, Esther Ralston and son, George L. Crdnshaw, Frank Dorsey, Georgle and daughter, Mario Hush, Otha Masterson, William Burchetl. Alblim Boyd, Jennlo Dorsey, J, M. Moore, Karl DUnltip, Evelyn •Idhwake and daughter, AT. DanlolH, Kdna Drum and three daughters, Krman Jleo.k, Lawrence Wllllnms. Daisy DanlelB, Kermlt Lynch, ICu- nlce Denton, Fred Daniels ivnd two daughters. C. H. Daniels and three daughters, tho Misses Algle Daniels, Jathleeit Daniels nnd the hostess. Kern Trainmaster Transferred Here MOJAVE. Sept. 1.—A. H. Hoff man Who has hold the position as trainmaster for the. Southern Pa clflc Company for the post five years has been transferred by his company to Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Hoff man and daughter Miss Flossie Hoffman left for Bakersfleld or Monday to reside. Thoy will bo greatly missed by their ninny friends as they have taken n great interest In the social and civic affairs during their residence hero. Mrs. Hoffman IH a member of the Mojave Bridge Club and Ml.«8 Hoffman i« a teacher In the J'ondhum school and Is a talented pianist and violinist, having contributed, very generously of her tnlent at benefit affairs for the P. T. A. and tho church. nnd slster-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ! Dresser of nivcrvlew. Miss LOUIKR SltKetistock loft for San Francisco Monday to attend tho University of California hospital to tako up post-grndimto work. Tho JAtyul Women's class of tho local Congregationrtl church will ro- j sumo thPlr business meetings and i potluok dinners beginning this Frl- i day. Tho Ladle* Aid Society will | Marketing Topic of Wascw Grange WASCO,, I.~"Marketing and Buying" were' the subject thai wero discussed nt the Waseo Orange meet, , \ng held recently in tho local Orange ,. , ~-~ — , „ North (.oust Distncls, Alaska imii. tv. t,. Smith, Kern county Parents and Friends of Boys at tho church. Minn Klvelyn Madden and Miss . they wore called by 'the death of Mrs. McCloy's uncle, John Doughty Miss ttfllhor Moody of Isabella wn* a reeont caller at .the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Btttoot nnd family. W. H. Dresser of Templeton In at tlid homo of his brother llnlllo I^ivln are visiting Miss La- vln's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles bavin of Tulrtre. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yocum of Donton. Texas, and tho M tenon 8uo nml Kthel Bnrksdalo Of OalnsvlHo, Toxns, Wnre guvnts al tho homos of Mr. nnd MM. .1. 1.). BarkBdalo and Mr. nnd Mrs. Logan !»<irk»dalo of Hakorsfleul. Itccont out-of-town jjuests at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. It. l'. Gibson and family were Mr, and Mrs. Hnm HttcUer and dftughUfr, Mrs. H. Cook, of Kingman. Arlr.. Margaret and I«RVlnlft Barge have returned from a vacation P«"Wd at 8«n Jose mid San Frnnolsco. Uobort Dunhnm of Bniita W.irlmra visited with hl« parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Punlinm. rccrntly. Mr. nnd Mrs. llav NRll arc building a now home on Doeiilur stroot. Members of Martha 'Circle and their fnmllloH will moot nt tho homft of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Krejtlow at Falrluivnn on tho lloswlnlo hlghwny, AVcdni-'Kdny pvonlng, nt 7 o'clock for n pot luck mjpper. Territory Are Included in Itinerary (Special tn The f'tiK/ornlnti > SHAFTF.U, Sept. 1.—Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. oimnnesiMt dnd Mr. nml Mrs. S. A. Cnmp nnd daughter "Wlllene, returned KnUmlny nftornoon from I'omona Orangi 1 master, C. 'L. Wll- kins, mastM* of the 1'ananm Grange, nnd Milton Heath, master of the Orange, wpro tho sponk^rw "ii> evpnlng, A. K. KlasRnn, local master, conducted tho meet- Ing, tiningo meeting dates were nn Join in Pai'k picnic for Basehall Players (Special to The OaUJorntan) OILDALE. Sept. 1.—A jolly swim! mlng party and picnic took place at month's auto tour of northwestern atntCM and n boat excursion In I Alaska. In Oregon ami Idaho Mr. j Ohnnnoson nnd Mr. Camp inspected potato fields. They visited Crater Lake, Yellowstone 1'nrk ntnl other points In Ore- Ron, Washington, Montana and HHtlsh Columbia, Including Victoria nnd Vancouver. They traveled 3500 miles before reaching Sonttlo Where, they embflrked for Alnsknn ports. Their itinerary Included Onreross In the Yukon territory nnd ono of tho highlights was tho experlencn ot seeing tho old Yukon trull which hn.t lieen pnu'tlenlly unused for 30 yours but is still visible. They found tho paper mills, tho largest In the world, at Ocean Foils, H. ('., to lip most Inlereminu nml wero gutilnd through nnd pcnnltted to see tho entire process of paper making from the troo slngo to tho largo rolls of finished products. POND PONP, Sept. 1.—Mr. and Mrs. S. I.. Allen, accompanied by Mr. anil Mrs. Howard Pond and eon, liobert, left Friday morning on a vacation trip which will tako them first to San .lose, where they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Schmidt and Mr. ami Mrs. M. V. Vodflon and then on to Nevada, where they will bo guostH nl tho homo 06 Mr. and Mrs. Harlo Burki'tt. Mosdames Schmidt, Vodden and Burki'tt are daughters of Mr, and Mrs. S. L. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hamlln and daughters. Hubert", and Betty, accompanied by Mlws Haltlo Griffith of Delano, won' business visitors in Bnkorsfleld Wednesday. Mr. anil Mrs. .1. W. Coo of Long Beach hnvo boon recent visitors at tho homo of their Hon-in-lnw and liuUKJilor, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Allen. Mill Baiter of Mnryvllle has re- rcnlly moved to this community, whore, ho will muko his homo tem- purnrlly. Thursday dinner guests fit tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Si-th- man wero Floyd Dlxon and HOII, MCFARLAND McFAULAND, Sept. 1.— Mrs. Lois Hull entertained nt her Sooond street home ovi>r tho week end f oilier nephew, ChoHler Monroo of Al ludenii. 1 K. Krooltor. manager of the Norwiilk Oil Conipituy In this city, wns visiting In Shuftor frldiiy night with blH pn routs. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Kroeker, who liavo just returned from a threo weeks 1 trip passed lu y, .'it the Pomona homo economics, tUiltontvll- low, .September 16; Vomonn Urnnge nt Magundcn hall ht Fnlrfax, Sop-' tember 7. A watermelon feast wn.« served following the meeting with James Little nnd A, K. Klnfcson as hosts. • ' •« *"» — notinced ns follows; Homo economics j Kern lllver Prtrk Sunday «vcn'lnf when tho parents and friends of this boys who played on the Y. M. C. Au baseball team gathered In their" honor. Tho Y. M. C. A. boys were winners of the last half of the seasons baseball games. Those present worn Messrs. And Mesdnmes I. K. Vandam and daughter Vera Joo and Mrs. Vandam'ft mother, J. C. Wattenbarger, Glade Wuttonbarger, A. Oarrlson, Irrtn Coats, .t. M. Corn and daughter, George Wnlsh and Mrs. M. HeffW- nnn; Misses Mary Oann, Frances Fletcher, Charity Smetzer and Veriia Moore. Mayers from the team Included Troy Cowan, Lloyd and Jfamea Wot- WASCO WASCO, Sept. 1.—Mr. and Mr*. A. 1). Fry plnn to leave, next Saturday for a three w«wkn' trip to New York and other eastern cities. Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Vnrtth and Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Goerta have had us house guoHtfl Mr. nnd Mrs. Sum tlnruh and family of Mlllsboro, Ivan. The visitors havo had trip* to various places of Interest, including Yo- semlto. tenbnrgcr, Jasper Fre«ls, Warren Coatee, George Wal*h, William Corn, Yancey Vlnson, Eddie Heffernan and Bunky 1-Yeela. the bat boy. A NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCT . Miss Kdlth Smith, local beauty operator, with her son, Mux Hinlth, who in In chargo of the beauty «]iov> at \V«HOO. visited Sunday at Hanford am! Fri'Miio. They were neoonv | panled homo by her HOII Jackie, who > a week n.s tlio gui'st of hts i gi-andniotherj Mrs. Kllxabeth Hmhh. at Via nford. M. 15. Marshall, local merchant, with Mrs. Marshall nnd th«lr ilnuiih- i Irr, M|MH June, returneil from a short | viientlon to I.OH AnffeleH Hntttrday. i ('inputs In til" liiniic of Mrs. KninU | (•.iirzoll recently Included her son nml ' cliuiUhtM- In-lusv. Mr. and Mrs V'.lmer (ini-Koll nnd their xmnll dn\icbti-r, | Mnrleen. who IH just !l months old. '' Duann, of Bakentflisld and Uiohurd ' Tliev rottirnoil to (heir houn Dlxon of Delano. ^tl•. nnd MI-B. daughter. Lucy Mae. and son, K. .1., visited recently with Mr. foxnrt'H sister. Mrs. B. H. Hampton, nnd I mother, Mrs. Mattle C.'oy^irt of 1'or tervllle. Htni-kton nftor n (brer- ilny«' uliiy Coziirt and Mr. and Mm. 1>. l'. \Vlnn i- tallied an tholr bmiKe Kiii-stw rooonlly j frl'-uds. Mr. nml MrH. I .null rlies of Allmmbrfl. ! Mr. nnd Mrs. H;iro1d llylton re- : tm-ni'd to their home nt LaVerne on MORE THAN A MILLION BOTTLES SHIPPED IN 30 DAYS • National Distiller* singed ft tremendous hit when they introduced this older, bf-ttor Town Tavern! It took 15 months of patient ageing to give Town Tavern that r.tfr« smoothness, that deeper mellowness. And it was worth it — ns yourpalnto will convincingly testify! FV' /"'•« |"4i v 1 P^PI •W MM •v* TOWN TAVERN Slraitfht. Rye"' 1 - ' ^V'l* Vic JolniBon Is spendliiR suvornl | Friday nltrbt, after MtiO'lni; wi'oits In Mnryvlllo with friends. Mr. und Mrs. A. J. nnswoll wen> recent business visltoru In Htilcers- field. li<W Miss Ilutlie Clrlffltb returned to her homo In Delano Friday morning lifter Riiendlnp Nevimil days IIH u Kin-si nt Hie homo of her friend, | Miss Betty Itnmlln. | Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. W. Coe, accom- ; pnnled by Mr. nnd Mrs. Hay Allen j and son, .llnnny. left Friday for Snn I .IOMO, where they will visit With Mr. and Mrs. «'. H. Schmidt nnd Mr. nnd Mm. M. D. Vodden. . as tr^'OHlM of tho fornii'r'H par- ontH, Mr. ninl MT-N. L. )•!. Hvlloii. MI-B. Delia tlrinni anil ln-r iliiugh- tcr, Mips Vnll'Tl. retiirni'd to tbo|r homo In Los Antfolr.«. after punning n few ilnys as of tbo Inttor's : briitliciMn-Inw and sister. Mi Mrw. Forrest !•' Win-ren. r^T; **>: DELANO Buttonwillow BUTTONWILLOW, Sept. 1. surprise party WIIH Klveii to Ada 1'aschull nt her home Thursday. August 21. (lames nnd telling fortunes wero enjoyed nftorwardn. | A birthday culto with Ico cream I were served to Mnsdames n. IS. Cru! zu.n. Herman Bishop. Hoy Trout, | AV. L. Smith, Betty Bishop. Fred I Kusoff, Nelson Lewis and Miss Shirley Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. llermnn Bishop and daughter Khlrloy visited friends In Taft Thursday ovenlng. Mrs. Hoy Trout has returned from n pleasant vacation trip to San Frnnclsco. Mr. and Mrts. Orton and daughter fruve a birthday dinner In honor of Mrs. Ada Pascha.ll Thursday evening. I Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Oammlll from ! Texas recently oiiino to liuttonwlt- low to ninki» their homo hero. Mr. Uiuvirnlll will bo employed at thu Buttonwilluw ffln. M. L. Branch. HUpcrlntondent at the Buttonwillow Bin, is confined to his bod for govern) days by ill- DliLANO, Hopt. I.--MI-K. AuK'-'Une ! I'errler. David Hteel nnd Andre j Vleux motored to the county uuut on i Mr. and Mrs, Ueoi'Ke t'ulley of j Los Ainreles, Mr. nml Mrs. Wilbur Ucutty und thnlr dnuKhler Heno of ; j Arcttdln were Snturdiiy afternoon cnllers In tho home of friends whllo on their wny to Han Francisco to leoini; rclnllvos from the Iliivviillun Sample Low Fares Now you c»n travel anywh»r» by train—iii aalcty and comfort—and *av« money. H«r« an a iaw aampla*: From BAKIRSFIILD ROUND TRIPS Chicago, III. . Dallas, Texas . D»nver, Colo. . Pert Worth, Tex. Mexloo City Kansse City, Mo, Portland, Ore, , St. Louis, Mo. . Salt Lake Oily . San FranoUco . Seattle, Walk. SS7.35 : 48,00 38.36 48.00 48,00 28,10 84,15 31,00 10,83 32,70 •Tsurlit C»f 'Pullman 68,80 N«w York, N. Y. 85.7B W»thlnclon, 0,0. 82,10 67.60 46.00 57,80 5T.60 28,70 66,10 91,00 10,93 32,10 107,20 103.55 $ 86.00 72.00 57,50 72.00 83.90 72.00 38,20 81.50 31,00 12,05 45,65 124,40 120,15 (IT IMM thUtt Mtf». FREE PICK'UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE Western railroads urge shippers to take advantage of this Free door-to-door service on less than carload freight now available between thousands of stations. It has saved millions of dollars for shippers. It is a great convenience, for the railroads take full responsibility from door to door. * Other noteworthy improvements in railroad freight service include faster scheduler. Railroad passenger service is also being revolution* ized. Western railroads pioneered in reducing lares to the lowest point in history, with substantial reductions on round trip tickets. Then they provided air-conditioned can with temperature and humidity control. If you haven't yet traveled in a cool, clean, healthful air- conditioned car do so on your next trip— a 'revelation in luxury— but costs nothing extra. Travel by train because it is safer, more comfortable, more economical, more dependable, faster. . , . Ask the railroad agent about travel or shipping to any part of the world. . Tho Sunday eahool und church wrvlc«f» at the t'oniinuiilty Baptist Church nro InrreiiHliiK In nUen<l<inci> tho vacation jioriod drawn to u closo. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Simpson and daughter, Loin, from Knglowood were visitors ut Iho homo of Mr. and Ml-K. J. K. Lumkln. Mils LU)H re ! innlned to vlHlt ncvcral days «.ntl rt» turned to hi'r homo on Monday. when Mr. arid Mrs. Blmpson oamc up for her. K' j ? .-.'* jft<K »-*<' •'^v. 93 PROOF-STRAIOHT RYE WHISKY NATIOHAL rnoowr.Ts roRpon*TiON lmiJ Dlflllm K. T. tlon Clrunl Is enjoying n vuoa of two weeks In San Francisco i ...'.si 1 nnd Is al«o visiting In Oakland with ! his son Arthur and family. j Miss Irene Hoettcber of Jlolton, j Kan., was a north-bound possenjfer i for Bncmmento on Friday night after several weeKs here with her relatives, Mr. nnd Mrs. Curl HIUIK. After n visit In Sneran'iento with her and uunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Hchtrmcr, who will return to! Mr. anil Mrs. F, Gamntlll from WESTERN RAILROADS Texas have iwently come to Buttonwillow to maltc a homo horo. Mr. tianinilll will to employed ftt tho lUiltonwlllow Kin. Mr. anil Mm. Hoyal C. Younger and children from Monterey Park. with Mrs. J. C. Jackson, inado a «ur- prlHo vlMlt to Mr. and Mr*. A. T. 1'oppett over thn week end. Mm. JnckMon Is mother and Mrs. Younger Is sister to Mrs. Poppett. Mr. apd Mm. Goor«se Frlnlcr and three grandHons. Hurolfl Loo. Robert and Dean Mndilox. from Kantu Aim wero visitors novernl dnys with Mr. and Mr*. 8. E. D«ck. Tlie n*xt meeting uf tho Pomona Grango (the County Momc Eeonom- i leu Club) will bo hold ut the Kan I Jonqulu club house In Buttonwillow l on the nvenlliK of September IE. I Mrs. raift Barker, who recently removed to Bnker»flel(1. spent tbo day I recently vlulting friends In Buttonwillow, Mrs. John Wattenbiirger. who has h*on some tlmo In the Kern General hospital with a broken back, 1» reported nittfh Improved. Th« night bimebitll (it tho whool nds l» b<«lng largely altended «ome good gamos aro .reported. Mr. and MrH. Charles Doty and their son Jim hiivn returned from ! Wenlwuod, In northern California, j where they spent tho summer with relatives, Mr. and Mrs, Karl Uanner und son Calvin. Mr. und Mrs. Hobnrt 71. llletl, 8r., urc spending ncvem) days at llxilr cotlaKO ut I'lsmo Uwach. Mr. and Mrs. HIehard 1«. J-Jpp and their two daughter*, of Lindsay, attended church hero on Sunday and vlnltert with their friends, Mr. nnd MI-B. Cecil MeFiirlane. Elmm - Dnrsoy has returned borne from a ocent vacation which took him to Reno, Nov., nnd other cltlns In thiit mule. He uecompanled •on Jcrrj^ to Reno, nfter a vacation of flv« weeks hero with his father, Mrs. IJarney Is resldlnn in Heno with her parents, Mr. und Ati-s. J. H. llur- lu>tt. -i.=~ Mr. and Mr«. Hen C. Kliunror and Janet HtrutlnTH spent Hundny afternoon in I'ortervillc 1'ark. accompanied by Murthii Jean nnd Montgomery of Hakersflold. who spent Friday 'and Snturdny hero with their frrandpnrents, Mr Mrs. Hln»arer. rajs, PULLMAN The Womans Union of the Baptist church will «*rvo Ic* oreain and S*mon«do Tuesday Wedncudwy and i •rhumday night* SAFE BRAKES Avoid arrest for faulty brakes • Havi youri Relined.. Today/*) BUDGET PLAN • ^ • Je.hnion'i Flrntoni Autt Supply and SirvUi Stores, Inc. 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