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THE BARERSJPIELD CAUFOttNIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ^ 1936 COMMUNITY NEWSSH Events of Note in Fellows FELLOWS, Sept, 2. — Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Frank and son Edward returned Sunday after a two weeks' visit with friends In Ventura and San Francisco. They also visited Sequoia National Park. After a two weeks' trip up the Redwood highway In northern California and visiting the Crater Lake In Oregon, Mr. and Mm. C. A. Lindsay returned home Monday night.- Mr. and' Mrs. Ray Fleenor have returned after a month's visit with friends and relatives in Missouri. After Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cooley, Jr., will be at home to their friends at their new lows. home In Fel- Mr. and Mrs. John \Veddle have returned homo after a three weeks' vacation spent In Ventura and In Phoonlx, Ariz., where they visited Mr. Weddle's Bister, Mrs. A. D. 'Stanley. En route home they visited Grand Canyon, Ariz. Mr. Weddle returned home with a big buck ho had Bhot. A welner roast will be given for members of the Young Peoples' Union 6C Fellows. Friday night at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. L, O'Dell on the C. C. M. O. lease, t Ray Colfax and son IStigono, Irv- Iner Black, and Quy Morgan left Monday for a two days' hunting trip at Pozo. A visitor at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jj. Smith Is their daughter, Mrs. Georgo Koons of Long Beach. Mrs. Theo Filer and children Ar- llne. Corrlne, and Wesley have returned homo after spending the summer months at Morro Bay. Jay Burns of Follows flpcompnnted Miss Marjorle Morris of Taft loBak- ersflold Sunday where Miss Morris will enter the Chicago School of Beauty. Lloyd Williamson of Follows has returned home after spending the week end In Huntingdon Lake with "ms family who have been spending .yir> summer months there. V The Reverend Jack Vancey and 'Mr. and Mrs. IT. Bodamei- nnd daughter Dorothy are visiting friends and relatives In Los Angeles for a few dnvs. Mrs. W. R Hawthorne nnd children have returned to their homo In Strathmore after a week's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsoy Osborn of Fellows. After a two months' vacation at Morro Bay, Mrs. Walter Eller and children, Gordon and Jean have returned home. , . Mesdames Jim Forrester of Coa- litiga and Mrs. O. D. .Youiiir and Mrs. O, E. Scars of Fellows left Tuesday for Cataltna Inland and other points of Interest. They will return In 1 a week or 10 days. Mrs. II. G. Baron and son Henry have returned homo after a three weeks' visit In Prescott, Ariz., at the home of Mrs. Baron's mother, Mrs. L. B. Wetmore. En route they visited Boulder Dam and Grand Canyon. Mr. and Mrs. .,M.elvin Smith and baby son and Mr. Smith's mother and sister, Mrs. A. Smith and Hazel Srnlth have returned homo after a week's .outing spent at Yosemlto National Park. After spending the week end In Herrnosa Beach visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Case, Mr. and MrH. E. D. Smyser have returned home. Mrs. Arnold Smyser has returned home after a few days' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Moore of Southgutc. Mr. and Mrs. George Rltters- bachcr's grandson has returned homo to Baltimore, Maryland, after spending the summer mohths with Mr. and Mrs. Rlttersbaeher. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I,. O'Dell and daughter Wlllabello are visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. O'Dell's son and daughtor-lh-law, Mr. and Mrs. T, O'Dell of Santa Barbara. Mrs. \V. B. AVcst and daughter Mrs. Rocco Bruce have returned a two days' visit In homo after Fresno. Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Young have returned after a few days' visit in Cambria Pines. Joo Scott of Fellows left. Monday evening to join Bert Pearson of foso for ii two days' deor hunting trip. Monday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Form way were Mrs. Form way's mother and sister, Mrs. A. L. Moss and Mrs. Lo.w Smith of Bakersfleld. This was In honor of Mrs. Formway's hlrihdny. Announce Program for Big Tehachapi Road Ceremony r to The Conformant Glennville District Items Melvin Friesen to Attend Bible Institute. This Fall in Southland f*'|)cc(of to The CaUJDt-nionJ WASCO, Sept. 2.—Before his departure fur college, Melvin Frlcsen was complimented with a party given by his mother, Mrs. B. J. Friesen, and his sister, Mrs. Arthur Ehrhorn, at tha Ehrhorn home Friday evening. Melvin left Monday morning of this week for the Bible Institute of Los Angeles to enroll for his first year. Tho lawn at the Ehrhorn home was lighted with lanterns where games were played and a program given, followed with refreshments. Tho program consisted of readings by Nora Roskam and Gladys Ros- kani, skltbyPaulOtto.ducl'by LIUle Nerllng and Naomi Friesen and uc- cordjon solos by Ralph and Hoy Kraft. A gift was presented by C. R. Homfeld, teacher of tho yoUng men's Bible class, of which Melvin has been a member, the gift being given by his class members. Roy Kraft led tho group In singing the choruses, which was also popular entertainment. The guest list follows: Misses Edna Kraft, Violet Mlttlestedt, Edith Nerllng, Nornm Rosknm, Elizabeth Gromer, Thora Roskam, La- vlna Goerwr., Llllls Nerllng, Lois Roskam, Elizabeth Otto, Dorothy Goertz, Gladys Roskam, Margaret Grant, Charlene Tuebner and Naomi Frle- sen. The young men attending the party were Robert Stiern, Earl ICroc- ker, Frank Nord, Victor Holer, Paul Holer, Edwin Kopper, Clifford Ho- dcl nnd Arthur Koppor, nil of Bak- ersflcld, and Ralph and Roy Kraft, Sterling Grant, Arno Roskam, Paul Otto. Kelnhold Otto. Ernest Otto, Frank Penner, Carl Pennor. Ernest. Nerllng, Everett Shafer, Ted Wcdcl, Miller Green, Melvin Friesen, Rev, and Mrs. Fred Klein. Mr, and Mrs. C. 11. Homfeld, Mr. and Mrs. William Kroesch, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ehrhorn nnd Mrs. B. J. Friesen. 4 < » 'TT12HACUAPI, Sept, 2.—Beginning -t with tho road dedication ceremony at 11 a. m., featuring tho big free barbecue at noon,, and ending with a dance in the evening, the program for tho big celebration on Labor day at Tehachapi promises to be varied enough to* Interest all* who attend. John R. Qulnn, past national commander of tho American Legion and a representative of Governor Mer- rlnm will bo tho speaker at the dedication ceremony when the fine now straight stretch of highway on tho road between hero and Mojave will bo formally opened. "Everything Is free but tho dance in the evening and we are preparing to take wire of at least COOO visitors," so says tho committee on tho barbecue. Seven head of beef GLENNVILLE, Sept. 2. — Miss i Lou Dalley oC Toronto, Canada, cousin of Frank Dlglcr, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred da Terra. Bpent tho week-end at their family home here. Miss Margaret 'West of Capitola, Calif., in spending several days as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Tom Wllkerson. Wook-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Ray Green wore'Mrs. Tom Philips of Olldalo, Mrs. VVark and son of Tu- Junga, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Leimback of Highland Park nnd children, Janice and Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downing of Bakersfleld visited at the home of Mrs. Earnest King. Guest of Miss Helen Clark was Miss Marie Brlggs of Bakorsfield. Overnight guest of Mrs. Robert Newman Saturday was Mrs. Ivn Fraga of Wasoo. • Paul Gammons, minister of tho Glennville Church, has left for his home at Grldley. Afternoon callers at the home of Mrs. Marvin Maddux Sunday were Mrs. Mary Lewis. Mrs. Lillian Wei- Jer and son Charles nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. N. C. Morrison of Balsersflcld. Mrs. Pearl Olds and children. Wanda, Virginia and .Tank, spent Monday at the home of Mrs. Gladys Newman of Olldale. Mr. nnd Mrs. Todd Master nnd ^ daughters Jeslino and Phylls called B. and B. Cafe. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunlap. Paul Gammons was a dinner guest oC Mr. nnd Mrs. Marvin Maddux on Monday evening. Mrs. Bco Philips returned to her home in Bakursflcld after spending several weeks as the guest of her uncle, T. S. Fugitt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Waller Lewis ot Bak- ersfleld spent tho week end as tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. AV. Hunt and family. AVcek end visitors at tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Seoley were Mrs. Bill Mowsmmi and son and daughter Bill, Jr.. and Holly of, Bnkersfield and Mr. and Mrs. William Boohm and family. Mrs. Yelma Manler nnd U. R. Landln of Portervlllc spent Monday at tho homo of Mrs. Nora Newman. Sunday guests at tho borne of Mr. find Mrs. Earnest Tampon of White River wore Mrs. Bell Xeller and son nnd (.laughters. Alvln and Gladys. Mrs. Emma Allen has returned to her homf In Pasadena after spending povertil dnvs as tho guest of her sister. Mrn. AA'Ill Holler.' Misses Evelyn and Elenor Tompson of AVhito River were gviosts of their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. AV. Xcllp.r. Misses Evelyn and Vivian Dncrln of Glennvlllo left for Bakersfleld where they will bo employed at the MOJAVE and 10 head of sheep havo already beon donated. Gallons tit beans and hot sauce, bread, coffoe and the trimmings In proportion aro being prepared. Kolllo puntley Is In' charge of barbecuing the moat which Insures Its perfection, and Mr. and Mrs. John Yorba will prepare tho • TWHACHAPI, Sept. 2.—A special Improvements Also lo Start at Tchaehapi Community Church, Report Events of Tehachapi Note TEHACHAPI, Sept. 2. — Miss Phoebe Cale of the high school faculty. returned Sunday from her father's homo In Berkeley, whore she has visited. She also attended I summer school and enjoyed a trip | to Yosemlta during the vacation. She will stay with Mr. and' Mr*. Leon: ard Duck this winter. • Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnl Urlffls ami son Hilly ret timed Sunday from a tow and Mr. nnd Mrs. Bressel Corley, of San Francisco are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Weferllng. Mrs. Roth and Mrs. Elizabeth Coi> ley nro sinters of Mr. Yv'eferllng. beans uiul' sallco. ! .mooting of officers of the Commit- Tho pits for the roasting of tho nlty Church was held Monday'night U^,/"' 1 'VoTurno!*" Turt'dnT'frrtln g dug across the street v.hon Important church business was itiiol? miir I(HU " U " < »'t mm.v rrom tnoal are being from the city park under tho trees, und tables will be set there for tho transacted. Tho Reverend F. O. Wyatt acted as chairman. Repairs Serving. Members of the Legion j needed before, tho winter wore noted Auxiliary will assist In tho serving. | and H. A, Woferllng appointed lo \V. L, Woods drove to Merced Friday, returning Monday with Mrs, Woods and the children who have visited her parents there and also enjoyed a trip to Yosemlte. David Williamson has completed his course of study at the Jlemphlll Diesel school in Olcndaln and re_. turned homo. tholr summer vacation passed visit- I Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Barnard and IIIK their respective parents near!Mrs. Ruby Smlthwlck of Ventura Orland. Mr. Sldoner Is tho high I visited Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Mathews dnvs' trip to San Francisco. . school coach. Oui'iius, rncos, tugs of war and boxliiK controls art' on the progrum for tho afternoon's onloi'liilniutMH. The dance will be hold In tho Legion hull with the fuvorlto dance orches- till. Awdo's llnrniony Kings, furnishing thn music. Hay Trusty returned Sunday •oo that they wore made. Urlo John- |!Cnc 1*^^111? "nVT br'olho'" Bill son wan chosen to act as sexton and \ve«moro and mother. Mrs. \V. F. assist In caring for tho lawns and WoUnorc of Bake.rsfMd. buildings. It was voted to continue | M>. and Mrs. Bill Marx returned Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Adrian Anson and daughter of Los Angeles passed the week pnd with Mrs. Anson's mother. Mrs. Dora Olive. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olive moved to Bakersfleld Sunday. Miss Virginia Sebastian of New tho vise of tho weekly church bul-jSundav from a two-weeks' vacation i Mexico Is iiurc for a visit with"her lotlns which nro given out each P. 1 } 88 ?'? driving through Oregon and i brother, nnd plstor-ln-law, Mr. and Sopor left Monday Mrs. Mlchol Sebnstlan. Ppto Del Carlos. Eric Barr, and Highland Park News Notes HIGHLAND PARK, Sept. 3.—Mr. nnd Mrs. George Ansolnbehero and throe children have returned from a vacation during which they visited friends In Fresno, HolllBler, Salinas and spent a month at Plsmo. Mr. and Mrs. G. Allen of Twin Fulls. Idaho, wore racent visitors at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W. ('. Cox. Mrs. Alien nnd Mrs. Cox are friends of long standing Mrs. Charles B. Anderson wpont Monday with Mrs. T. J. Henderson of Fellows. Mrs. Lucy Gordon and son Barney of Follows spent Sunday with Mrs. Gordon's daughter nud son-Iivluw. Mr. and Mi's. C, II. Morgan. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. FlPimuiiig of lx)ng Beach wore Sunday gupsls at tho homo of Mrs. Flemmlng's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Osburn. Jacob Wlnther Is driving to San Jose Thursday and will bn accompanied homo by Mrs. Wlnther and daughter Juanltu. who hnvo spent tho past two months In San Jose. Mr. and Sirs. Peter Wlobo and family Hpont Sunday at Kern County 1-nrk. Mnrln from a fishing trip In tho moiiutntns. called on Mr. eTngue's brother and slstpr-ln-lnw. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arnold Tongue. 13-1 Highland Drive. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. C. t'hoosomnn nnd faintly spent Sunday nt Hllvorudo Canyon. Mr. and Mr». L. A. l.vford of Ventura havo moved lo 214 Highland Drive. Mr, 1'oford Is ctnincctod with the Associated Oil Company. Mr. and Airs. T. K. Andress nnd dnughler Bllllo .Nrurlo of l-'resno spent Sunday nt the homo of Mr. mul Mrs. Clyilo Fliim. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Wycoff of Fullcrlon wore rcront cullers of Mr. and Mrs. B. AV. Wheeler. Mr. anil Mrs. C. E. Dcvonnoy spent several days lust week visiting r<;lu- liven nt Wnsco. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mplzgcr and son Edward drovi- to 1'Vlrvli-w on tho uppor Kern river Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Syl McNInrh drove to Taft Sunday. Mrs. Munfonl Comp: -:\ of Airport Ac/ros spent Monday .iftcrnoon nl tho home of Mrs. Pttul Axloy. Mr. and Mrs. I'hll Martin nnd son Johnnie hnvo returned from a recent Sunday at church nnd which con- Washington, tain tho news of the church for - Mr *- O1|V( "' the coining week. .Mr*. Paries Ontnnlst Ucorgc Uurrls, formerly a deacon having moved away, tho pastor was empowered to appoint another for the remainder of (ho year. Mrs. Kd Parks wns elected us organist for tho Sunday School. A children's choir composed of Sunday School pupils, has boon formed, practicing it he past two weeks. " !daughters, Mrs. Micheal Sebastian on Saturday afternoons with Mrs ' Fidel Ul*unartt>a of Manhattan and Mrs. Harold Lyons, and their Parks and Mrs Paul Grav Sunday ! " f>ftfl h with a friend visited Jose: Sola families. On Friday Mr. and Ifrs. i night for her homo In Crescent City iH. M. and Put Cowan passed tho !after a several weeks' stay hero on :werk end and Monday In Bakers- business. Mr. nnd Mrs. Parker Stil- (field. i dens have rented tho Sopor IIOMSO i Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith re- 'hero. i turned Sunday from their honey- Frank Pelllslcr and Hoquo Lelva;moon which was passed motoring left Mondav for n trip to Mp.rc.nd. i through Oregon, Washington and Ous Koutroulls drove to San Diego : British Columbia. over the week end to bring homo I Mr. ami Mrs. James De Araecls of Mrs. KoutroullM titul tho children. jXew Mexico aro here for a visit with who have been vacationing there'their son, Don Amocls and wife and School miporlntPiulent. Communion ; Sunday. S«l):istlan and children, Mlas Mr. and Mrs. Glen Helmforth have j J,.,,, tu • ljnUo ]3i N i, lorc , , v |,oro they MK t mil^iirl f (Kit*-. n *•> Ai*tr *«. •••inAtt.i** I fl _ _ - _ _ . . . ... ' MOJAA'E, Sept. 2.—Mr. and Mrs. (ieorgo AV right entertained this week Mr. and Mrs. Fay Lawercncc of Phoenix. Arizona. Mrs. Truman Hamilton of Mojnve and her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Rich and daughters Shirley Joan and Mary Lee, all of Snnla Barbara, are spending the week nt the Hamilton cubln at Mammoth Lakes. returned from a week's vacation spent In San Francisco and Huntington Lake. Mr. nnd Mrs. Claud' Chllllm spent the week end nt tho homo of Mr. Chlttlm's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. P. V. Chlttlm. H. J. Frank and daughter Constance nnd son Jimmy are visiting relatives In'Ni'brnskii and 1'olonnlo. Mrs. H. .1. 1-YuiiU Is now at home with her Infant daiiKhti'r Muroln Joanne, who was born at San .lun- 'liiin Hospital I wo weeks ngo. Hod Mr. Martin's slfiler. Mrs. A. E. Hawthorne and son Harold have returned from Cnyuoos whero they havo ftpenl the lout six weeks., Mr. nnd Mrs. \V. C. Sinylho and cnn John spent tho week end nt 1'lhinu. Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Herndow of Merri'il. en roilti> to Lim Angeles, visited mi Sunday at the homr ot their daughter and sun-ln-taw, Mr. and Mrs. Warren StorUton. Mr. and Mrs. William Aslln an> Mr. and Mrs. Pearl S.-ott nnd Mr. | hulldlmj a house nt L'Sfi Hay street. will he hold on Sunday morning, September Ifl. Services Planned noglnnlng this coming Sunday the I morning services will ho continuous, i beginning with the Sunday School I nt 9:4'.. At 10:-ir. tho chllilivirs choir will enter the church with thf> pro- j cnsulonal and glvn thn music for tho j first quarter hour of Ihn service, which will ho made of rspenlal In- ton-st to chllilri-n, Thon they will retire for tho entrance of tho adult choir for the regular snrvloc which will lid over nl 11:45. Mrs. A, T. llolscr has chargo of the children's choir during the ahsonro of Mrs. Gray who was called to Lou An- gpli-R by tho serious Illness of n j June Cowon had her lonslls taken i Virginia Pohnjutlan. Mr. and Mrs. out Friday morning hv Or. Harold j Harold Lyons. Jimmy De Amecls. Schlotthaucr at tho IVhactmpI hoa- plr. and Sir?. Don De Amecls and liital. 'Mr. and Mrs. James Do Amecls mo- Mrs. Kmmn Iloth of T.nnkwood Itoreil to Long Beach for the week Valley, and Mrs. lOII'/jihcth (.'orley end. "I THOUGHT MY STOMACH WOULD BURST WITH GAS BEFORE I GOT VAN-TAGE" McFARLAND nnd Mrs. White of Lindsay mien! Among the vacationists who have , the week end at the homo 'of Mrs. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrn. L, (',. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. L. <!. Thompson drove to Mo.lnvo Sunday when- they visited Mr. Thompson's mother nnd sinter. M. • A liquid powder lotion—marvelous formula for sunburn, windburn and skin irritations. Quickly relieves burn—also prevents sunburn if applied before exposure. Non-oily—non-sticky. Positive money-back guarantee. Price 50c. Sfl III I SEPTIC LOTION Special Excuision Fares! IMIIE TRY THE TRAIN for your trip to the State Fair at Sacramento (September 5 to 14). List the engineer'do tbt driving. Street cars No. 4 and 5 run direct from S. P. 'station to the Fair Grounds. (7f fare,) Adult admission to the Fair, 50*. SACRAMENTO AND BACK 6 Leave any, day from Sept. 5 lo H. Return limit 3 dayt.Good in coaches and tourist sleeping "fart. (Low jartt in ttandara Pullintnl, too,) Southern Pacific H. O. JOHNSTON. Ap.nt. Phont 2100 Q. N. SHACKBLPORO, Traveling Pa»*eng«r Agent returned to their homos hero are Mr. and Mrs. Stove Ccccarelli and son John and daughter Julia who spent the past week In San Frun- cisco and Ocean Park. Mrs. O. R. Crane has as her guest this week her sister, Mrs. Arthur Holmes and daughter Beverly Jean of Whlttler. Mr. and Mrs. C. I'. Kmmerl of i Bakersfleld visited with friends In i Mojave on Friday. i Mr. and Mrs. Bannlo Clem and In- i fan I son Bnnnle Arlcn nnd Mrs. ; Clem's sister, Miss Mary Lou Wilson and Miss Polly Robinson who are visiting hero from Klngman, Aria., were the week end guests of Mrs. J. A. Stuckcr of Hollywood. This week Misses Wilson and Robinson loft for their respective homes after an extended visit In Mojave. Dr. Harold Snook spent the past week In Pnlmdalo on business. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Flemmlng and Bonn Glenn and Georgo left this j week for a two weeks vacation to bo silent at Mono Basin, Lake Tahoe and Sacramento. They will return via Redwood highway and attend the California exposition in San Diogo. During the absence of Mr. Flommlng who is superintendent Of tho Mojave division of the Los Angeles acqueduct, R. A. Kelsey of Rosamond will bo In char go of tho work. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wllkorson visited \yith friends In Bakersfleid over Sunday". Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and son Qeorge spent Saturday vis- King relatives In Bakersfleld. Week end visitors in Mojavo, were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones of Bloom- inglon. Joe Mobloy, Southern Pacific engineer, accompanied by his brother- in-law, Edgar 13. White of Huntington Park returned homo on Thursday from San Dlero where they spent two days fishing oil tho coast of San Diego. They report a 31- pound tuna and a 20-pound oca bass among tho catch. Mrs. Kdjar IS. Whlto and son David spent the past week in Mojave as tho guests of Mrs. Joe Mobley. Mrs. Ray J. MeFarlane Is spend- In); several days ot this week in Los Angeles as the guest of Mrs. H. IS, MearS of independence who is spending a vacation at the Stowell hotel In Los Angeles. Mrs. Marvin Slovall and son Howard and , da lighter Faye Jean havo returned' homo from Santa Ana whoro for tho past month they have been at the-bedside of Mrs. Robert Rcnnie, mother of Mrs. Stovall. Mrs. Rennle, who Is well known here. Is now a patient at tho Santa Ana. Hospital. ' Mrs. Calvin Hoffncr of Hollywood In visiting at tho home of her sister, Mrs. Hoy McKcnzle. Mrs. C. A. Minion and Mrs. D. F. Parr and daughter piano were recent San Francisco business visitors. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Franklin nr« spending a week's vacation visiting In Tosemlto National Park. Mr. ahd Mrs. Franknn will return via Boulder dam. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Houck have 'as their houseguests Emmett Crouse i and John Greene of Craighton, Mo., and Jack ollstrap of Arkansas City, Kansaa. Mr. Crouse is a cousin of Mrs. Houck. Mr. and Mm. Robert Adduddell and son Arnold who spent the past three weeks visiting relatives to Dallas, Texas, and Flora. Illinois,' have returned to their home in Mojave. While aw»y Mr. Adduddtll I attended the reunion of th« Thirty- i first Railway Engineers of tho A, E. F. held In Denver, Colorado. I On Friday Dr. Thomas J. Klndcl will motor to Globe. A r lion a. where he will join Mrs. Kindel and von , Tommy who aro the guests of his j sister. Miss HollJp. Klndrl. Tho Kin- dftl's will bo away for n week iwid during tho absence of Doctor Kindel his dental offices iu th« Mojave Hospital will Uc, " 'lit . Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles 13. 'JVapue, i trrimlor IH tranHfcrrcil by tho Taft en route to thdr home in Simla i Writ UrlllliiK f'umimny. News From Kernville Area KKKXV1LLK. Sept. 2.-- Word has been received from Dr. II. H. Evans.: who is In Los Angeles recuperating from a recent auto accident, staling that ho will not be aide to return to Kernville to resume his practice for Home time la he was more seriously injured thnn ho had at first supposed. His injury IH not dangerous, however. McKAHLAM.), Sept. 2.-Newton Prut I, proprietor of the Kleolrlo eafo, with his father. Louis 1'rnll of Los Angeles, nro passing n week of vacation nt Pluto mountain During tho former's nhsoiiee Mrs. \V. .1. Itnbiii won IH In rhnrgo nt I lie cnfe. < ini Monger of MnltorsfleM \VIVH cMllhiK on McFarlninl friends Monday afternoon, M|NS Lots .Miiyn vlxilcd recently In II. Payne Is KtnrihiK a house UaUorsfloM HH the tsuesl of her mint. Highland Drive. Mrs, \V. .1. Mays Mrs. LorPlUl Solomon Is building , Robert Klrkpatrlck aeoornpanloil n house at "J80 Hay sired. by Jnek La'iniiiK" and Dale Swan Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Ostraudor i uro parsing a ueeli uf vacation In former residents of Highland Park j On- north. Tlioy expect to spend a ivirt of th" lime its guests of .kirk's Jjiotl-i-r ".t '. irli-k. They m/ole the I rip l-ii llv new cur Just purchased by Robert. Mr. nnd Mrs. K H. <!ooilmiin IIIIVP relurneil In their home al \\Ylmnr. after passlnR a llmo vlHilliiK us KiieslN of their Hon-ln-law nml dr<ti£h tor. Mr. mid Mrs. UilMHeU Hovveit iiml their ehlldreii. Min\ Lou nnd lioiiiilil \Vhll<> hove the l\\o fa ml lies enjoyed n trip lo I he iiiouiitnlnx Salurilny evening nuo«tM In III" homo, of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Naliers were their frleinl». Mr. ami Mrn. Klmor Slbloy of Dlnubn. Mrs. U. Donnhutf has returned moved to I'oiillnirii In .liiin- to Louisiana whcro Mr. Kornvllln. "Nite" Ktutcd that thn movie people showed him n good lime during his stay at the miivie Earl W. Smith, publisher of tho Uandfbui'K Times. WIIH a roceiu Isa- belln visitor. Walter Thntchor recently motored down from Mtnnii Hrockpni'ldge to with frlendx In and nruund Cool mornings and evenings which i Kernville. Mr. and Mrs. Don Coo- presage tho advent of autumn have | per of Moorish have been spending brought a great number of rattli; snakes forth from their homos in rocks and squirrel holes. Although tho rattlesnake thrives in hot, arid climates, ho docs not like tho ex- cesslvo heal of summer days and does much of his traveling early und lato during lato spring and early fall. People aro warned to be on their guard for snakes from now until cool weather causes them to hibernate. A. O. Suhre has been called to Pctalume because of tho Illness of his mother. During his absence Mrs. Phil Gleezen will servo as clerk and bookkeeper at his Isabella store. Charley Hand, proprietor of thn Kornvlllo-Bakftrsfleld stago, lino, recently caught a nice, mess of trout tho summer on liwckonrldge. .luek oldflold. Hot Springs valley from lluoniMiio Hen oh. where tihe visited with her daughter. Aeeom- pnnvlnif her here wory her Brand (laughter, Mlsn Novella Harper mid a friend, Lloyd Kstos. After parsing the week end here MS KiiOHts of ,Mlsn Harper's unolo ami aunt, Mr. and MI-H. N. K. Williams, she nnd Mr. Kotos returned In the heaeh. Mrs. Donnhue renuilned to lie with rancher, is about ready lo harvest i Mr. nnd Mis. Williams for a time. his second crop of putaloeu. Mr. and Mm. "HodMslt Mllm" Winslow are ramped nn I'lnte mountain, wlvi-o Mr. Wliiflow l« mining. I. L. Wofford, movie promoter, ro- turned from Hollywood with word Mr. ami Mrs. Ralph Junes and their children, Arthur. Howard mid Kathleen, were palling on their friends, Mr. ami MI-H. w. II. Pulnp recently. Their McFnrland friends will lie lnli-roNled lo know that they that Paramount Company plans to lutvo moved from IJakernfMil to come lo Kernvlllo and remain on location for approximately "2 days. Ho exppcts tho company to arrive about Sepli-ml)"!' JO. Fred .1. Haucr of Isabella recently received a letter from 1". U. Finch of Klttrell. N, f'., stating that he hail read of Mr. Haiier'M collection of uld matches and Inclosing nn ancient Taft, whom Mr. James has entered ryctrry business. Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Allen, or- eompnnlPd by Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hedge, their daughter, Margaret Jane, nnd Mr. Hedges' mother, Mrs. from" tho river near Kernville. This i l-ct Ion. Mr. Finch said that tho stretch of river Is the bane of tho I match box ho Inclosed had bppn unlnltlatPd fisherman and a boon to ! taken from Itoston to KKIrell In W. L. Hedge, enjoyed a trip to So- (jilola Park Sunday. Mrs. Frank Uarcotl entertained re- mutch box lo add to hl« col- | cMitly for her four sisters. Mrs, Kd Wllllnms and Mrs. Itomco Spren- sliro of San Luis Oblnpo; Miss Clulfo Pcdrotta, Mrs. FmnU Villa nnd Remarkable Experience of California Lady— Awful Years of Gas, Sourness, Bloating 1 and Gas Misery Around Heart—Was Afraid to Eat—Now She Says: "Van-Tajfc Has Relieved Me, It's Wonderful!" Stomach gltw! Nothing is more terrible than thlx awful affliction. It ranges from a minor nllmont with discomfort after meals, to n horrible condition In which tho stomneh and Intestines aro bloated and swollen out of all natural proportions by the londs of gait. This Is usually neeom- panied by swollen, gaseous houelrt and eonstlpatlon. Raw nerves, tdeop- It MS nights, horrible headaeho.i, worn- out feeling. hroathlessnoflB, pain in rliPKt—-IhehO are HOIUO of tho rum- mon roMiltH of siomiieli gas. Many people suffur from this af- filet Ion. Some men and women nro M< bad off they ean't ovpn lio down in bed to sleep. \Vhon they do. the Mtomaeh RaN presses up Into the ehest and ihiout nnd nearly stops l heir breathing. So they havo to prop ihomsclvoti up in bod on pillows to got any rest. Others nro swollen with gas continually—24 hours u day. Thoy can't get rid of It. Thousands Now Freed of Gnu und Bloat Misery Now, howover, tlicro Is a measure of relief for these sufferers. VAN- TAGK Is holping them by tho THOUSANDS. This is the Amazing Compound of Nature's Roots and Herbs new being Introduced to crowds dally In Bakersfleld by all leading drug- KlHts. Its Natural Hvrbs are thn absolute, enemy of stomach gas. They expel It from you. Within 10 mln- $— "VAX-TAKE proved itself to me! It gave HIP (irpat Hi'llef. so I filailly K'VP Ihls statement and endorse, U," testifies Mrs. U. Swnn- MIII. a few native sportsmen who are fa- ml|lnr with fishing it. Much to the surprise of tho unsuccessful visitor, these "natives" always come In with good erooln of hotter than average trout. Monday found a numbor of local nlmrods oiling and polishing shotguns In preparation for tho opening I Ini ot tho dovfl season on Soptcmlmr 1.1 bo N. L. Clarlne, Colo Tlchenor, Hnriloy Fi-axler. Billy LongstrcPt and "Pinkey" Plnkloy wore among those who expected to take early limit*. "Nacogdoches" Murphy, Kernville movie extra, recently returned from Hollywood, where ho went to work with tho Harry Sherman Company at their studios, wliero they finished tho Interiors of tho plcturo they recently filmed whllo on location In Davis, who daughters. Luclllo and Arllne of Cay- otel silo (•«.''«">«• ">o guo(.tn w«r« roturnluir to 1 had ii horrilily upset stomach. My iin'al.s wuiild »our and turn to gas, and I would bloat and swell so bad I thought my Htomach would surely burst. The gas pressed into my chest and made my heart flutter and caused so much pain that I got dizzy. I was afraid to eat. Awful Gas and Bloat Is Cleared Away Quick "1 tried medicine after mcdioitip, but they didn't act on mo at all: in fact, I might as well have thrown my money Into the street for all the benefit 1 got. Then recently a frlond told mo about Van-Tuge and I started taking It, AVI1I say I could noon see it was what I needed. I could feel my condition changing. .So I kept on and took 4 bottles, and It cleared the gaa nnd bloat from ji.y stomach organs and n-llnved th* pressure In my chest nnd the gas mlfi'ry >m>umt my heart, It proved Itself to me, KO today 1 havo come hero to This Drug Storp of my own north- 1S«i! by a Mr. W. F. was prospecting for a hotel „.*„ .„-, ... terlnfr to northern quail humors and . "»«lr homo from u trip In th Hint tho box. then a novelty, had I cr " l" irl of tho stale, been glvon to a local hunter who | Mr. and Mrs. J. h. KrooUcr of tills had shown Mr. Davis plenty of i''">'• "'•eompniiled by the lormor'n 1 brother und wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Kroohpr and daughter, Minn reno, returned today from Han Fi cisco, whej-o limy paused tho wook- Its Price Is Within the Reach of All! (liiall. On tho top of tho box la printed "Tin- Vulcnn Safety Flaming Light," while on tho nlde of the x appears "Waist-coat . I'ockot •rs." Tho box Is tradomarkod 'Tirlnliohn, Swilf'n." i-ntl In eolebnitlon of Mrs. 1, If. Kroelter's birthday unttivvrsary. presently, you feel dlfforont all over, j 111 "' """"^ «=»»•»'«" >u,,-. a ^ to For Instance, just a few days ago, j Mrs. D. Swtuison of 1298 Bancroft , Way, Oakland, Calif,, made tho following Htuloment. Mrs. Swanson It! j Prominent mid widely known with ) St,'FPKREKS: Duo to the immense hundreds of frlonds. Read What she volume In which it sells, tho price bus to suy. of Van-Tago ia reasonable. So don't "I want to givo you my truthful hesitate. CU-t this Astounding Medi- and uimollcllod endorsement for Van-' oino TODAY and start taking it! T«ge, for 1 know what It did for mo ] Sold ut the KaMerti Drug Store, and 1 think ulhern who Buffer aa 1 jtho uwl Drug, anil nll-M^iur loading did should h«mr alwut It," said Mrs.'drug stores In nafeersfield, Taft and Swanson. "For a period of 3 years |Maricopa. '• TWO GUESTS-ONE PRICE No txtri eh*rg« for two . oeoupylno tH* Mm* room THE MAYFLOWER LOS ANGELES' NEWEST m»it ctnlrtlly loe»t«d downtown hotel. Directly acroi* from the Ulllmor* »d)olnlnr besutlful l.lhr.ry Park RATES GUARANTIED AS •UBL'ISHID ate cvfiT noons DtuM* l»di Chol««, Twin »i Doublt $2.50 53.00 $3.50 HONK nir.Hint tflt Jm'l k*ff I* ttrttlttl All Outtld* RoOmi-All «qulpped with tub.«how«r orcornbln«tlonfaith MONTEREY COCKTAIL ROOM Dlinltkd •• InMnuto • tmM i lo 4otr MAYFLOWER HOTEL SIS SOUTH CRAND AVt. ONE PRICE-TWO GUESTS

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