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I -i . * 'F THE BAKEUSFIELI) CALibUUiNLVN, FRIDAY, SEl'TEMUEtt 4, 1936 I, Lx . -'", , -v - • • ; -/: -.- , •/^/'flSaW-^Hjl • : .i- r.- 1 ' '/" l ' 1 :i^^,^^ l :Ep* '- -- , 1 -^,, • t-^ \^r ! ;- f fe'vfc . ; * ' ,- ", ' -, •-'V^' < *viwSB •• • W "' l-,'- J *". ^^W ..,- '.,".- --- .'^'•'•'^v f .-\"$ : M i- . .. . t. r - •- \--'f,v7Sti - ^ ..^/'. .^--^m • .•.' . ;- :£/*>*& a ..- ' '-r^f.^rif V --A;4^ ^^^J^^U^^^^A^^^ •' -- '-^-1 ^•^V^^^V^^^B^^^^^^^WVPWm^^i^^^p : _ «F^^fe '1 V 1 1 W ^ ' •,rS*. •s^-'^WI.- t^-^.,'.*-•:% iV i'S n r ,*t t f- •<•*•. * r -n I. K.-Trlii' - / ' ^-. •• ' - ,F".h, <••• ;--'•' i:A :-'' C\\ : '$M • f L ^ I n , | F ^ n noResidents •V . I ws » Sept. 4.—Dr, Grant IT* Clayton and Mrs. Clayton returned home oh Tuesday night from tioa Anseles where they .spent the week end visiting with their son and family and on business. , Mrs. R, N. Overholser has returned from a 10-day visit at Point Richmond where she was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Sharp and family. Mr. and Mrs. Pauline Dusserre and their son August and daughter Madeline havo returned homo, from a recent visit In San Francisco as guests of Mrs. Dusserre's sister, Mrs. C. F. Llndtiula.t and family, . They also visited with Mrs. Dusserre's* brother at Los Banos on the way home. Mrs. M. Ingram underwent a minor operation on Wednesday morning at the local hospital. Mrs. Emma Freed of Butler, Ohio, has arrived here to spend the winter with her sister* Mrs. Atblna Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. William I. Allen motored to Bakersfield on Wednesday to transact business. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Clayton have been entertaining as their house jguest Mrs. Clayton's mother, Mrs. Besslo Jones of Fresno. Mr, and Mrs. John Robinson have returned to their home at Bishop after a week end visit here with Mrs. Robinson's sister. Mrs. Ernest L. Borei and'family, and Mr. Robinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson. Mrs* J. Berrvl Nicely, motored to Porteryllle on Friday and spent the day visiting with-her sister, Mrs, A, D, Glaves and family, i Mies' Dolly EspltaiUer has returned to -her Bakersfield homo; after a week's visit her« as the guest of Miss Madeline Ditisserre at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paulln Dusflerre. White' Malaga grapea are moving from the F. B. MoKevltt ranch northeast of town and are being shipped for table use to eastern and middle western cities. Mrs. Ernest L. Borel. accompanied by friends, motored to the county seat on Wednesday afternoon. Dr. William B. Smith has received word that Mrs. Smith and their daughter Harriett are on their homeward Journey after spending the summer in Brooklyn and In Wisconsin with Mrs. Smith's brothers and sisters. They are making the return journey from Wisconsin by automobile and are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Do Witt and their two children. Mr. Do Witt la a brother of Mrs. Smith and hopes to locate in the west. Harold Jensen, recently from McAllister, Okla.. IB in the hospital for treatment. He Is employed on a local ranch. August Dusserre is unable to leave his room because of an injury to his knee which he suffered while on a recent vinlt to San Francisco. Mrs. George Claudlno and two children have returned home from Greenhorn Mountain Park; Archie Mjyers of the Sierra Vista ranch • motored to Bakersfield on Monday afternoon to visit with friends, ; vkocal friends -have received announcements from the Reverend and Mrs. Christian C. Van OorUom of I- J -m t j i Shafter. telling of the arrival of a son In their home on September 1. He has been named Robert >lxswis Van Oorkom, ! r Miss Clarissa Rlchauti of Bakersfield is the guest of Miss Madeline Dusserre this week at her parents' homo. Leland McCormick returned home Sunday night from Los Angeles where ho spent several days visiting with his mother, Mrs. B. F. McCormick, who la enjoying a vacation in the south for her health. B. F. Bunker and his son Bruce of Buttonwillow and his brother, Walton Bunker of Poplar, called on friends here on Wednesday while returning to Poplar from Buttonwillow. Mr. Bunker will be principal of the Buttonwillow Grammar School again this.year and with his family AVill be ready for the opening' of school. •'" , • Raymond Ramsey was a Wednesday afternoon visitor in Plxley and Earllmart. The fire department was called out on Wednesday morning to extinguish a grass fire in the rear of the Cecil MacFarlane home on Jefferson street. Wasco Group Plans Frontier Day Ride WASCO, Sept. 4.—A largo group of Wasco and Shafter horseback riders met at the Milton Lohr ranch Tuesday evening and from there went out into the country, where they had a barbecue supper. Plans were made by the group to ride together other times this fallT and for the group to appear together for the Bakorsfleld Frontier days in October. The group Included Mr. and Mrs. Clarbnce Gromer, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fry, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Skeels, Mrs. Milton Lohr, Mrs. Tom Waldon, Emll Longanecker, Frank Oafner, Wilfred Woodard, Victor Krauso. Ernest Bartel, John Gafner, Henry Devenney, Lennls Norman, Charlyne Norman, David Morril, Banard Lohr, all of Wasco, and Gerald. BOB- serdet, Abo Kroecker and Blake Mitchell of Shafter, Tehachapi Couple United at Church TEHACHAPI, Sept. 4,—Miss Justine Cantrell became the bride of John W. Denos Tuesday at the Community Church parsonage, the P»,ev. F. O. Wyatt officiating. Mrs. Wyatt and Mrs.,Harris Gllbertson were witnesses. The ring ceremony was used. v The bride Is the daughter of Gene Cantrell and came hero from Arkansas a year ago, Mr. Denos came from Colorado several months ago and Is employed at the nement plant. FAREWELL BID AI1JAVE PARTY _,_,__. ^_ ^j ^ . F T Mrs. Paul Phillips Honoree on Eve of Departure to McFarland Personal Notes Frazier Home to The Valiforniattt MOJAVK, Sept. 4.— Complimentary to Mrs. Paul Phillips, who moved on Thursday to Friftier Mountain Park, a surprise handkerchief shower was given recently at the homo of Mrs. Joe Stivers. Mrs. Stivers was assisted by Meadames Grant Merril, Walter Galloway and Charles Kennedy. Games were* the diversion of the evening, prizes going to Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Charles Reynolds, Mrs, Bannlo Clem and Mrs. Clyde Westfall. Many beautiful handkerchiefs were received by the honoree. Light refreshments were served at midnight. The guest list included Mesdamos Evan Twomey, James Stradal, Hay Temple, Joy Kclley, Arnle WIrta, William Harder, Grant Merrill, S. F. Merta. Mesdames Thelma Stewart, Clyde Westfall, Stephen Goad, Roy Burnott, Boni Iiiitzow, Charles Kennedy, Walter Galloway, Bonnie Clem, Wesley NewHom, Mearl Craig, O, R. Crane, Charles Reynolds, M. H. McDonough, Fauatb Cappollo, Joo Stivers and the honoree, Paul Phillips. Those who sent handkerchiefs but were unable to attend were Mesdames Henri Chonard, Fred Wilkerson, Harry Cain, Jack Croaley, D. A. Saum and George Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and family moved to Mojave from Antelope three years ago and have many friends. Mr. Phillips, who is an cm- ploye of the General Petroleum Company, has been transferred to Lebec. Monolith Company Awards Vacations TEHACHAPI, Sept. 4.™A week's vacation with pay has boon given all employes of the Monolith Cement Company who have been with the company continuously for five years or more. This order affects about 60 men. Beginning ln«t week, part of the men were given their week off. As these return the others will have their.turn. Another change is the order that all employes get one day off each week. It has also been rumored that the company is contemplating putting in effect a .40 hour week with a com- pensktijig;; ralso in the hourly wage 'Scale, but no definite action" has been taken In the matter. ; MCFARLAND, sept. 4,—K. M. HiRglnbotham, district superintendent of the McFarland Grammar School. Is visiting this week as tho frutst of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. 8. HlKffinbotham, In Stockton, R. L. Clark, who Is with .the t*ane A Bowler Co. hero, with Mrs. Clark will pawn the holiday week end at Santn Barbara as RuenUi of the former*n mother, Mrs. J3nrl Olnrk, Mr, and Mrs. J. B, T*ad<l, Jr., of Atwater, visited recently with Mrs. l>add's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. ISd Baker* They also were guests of tho fanner's parents at LluUonwIlIow. Mr. and Mrs. Iceland Anhton werfl bust noun visitors In bos Angeles on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Dlnsmore Parish had for their Sunday guests children of their cousins, Dr. and Mrs. John Truxaw of T^os Angeles, including Mary-Ellen, Louisa and Robert Truxaw. They were returning- from Fresno, where they had visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Cenclbaugh, their daughter MI«s Ruth find their son Ralph enjoyed Saturday night and Sunday at Cedar Creek. A party of friends enjoyed passing Sunday at California ITot Sprinprs. Included were Mr. and Mrs, C. N. Whltncre, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Tn- R-ram of this community and Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence While of Corcoran. Week end gueata In the country homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Toovoy wore the former's brother, 8. J. Toovey and his son Sammy ofFresiio. Mr. and Mm.'Clayton iswlon and tholr tlAURUU'rfl. Huth, Leola May and Vora Christine, returned recently from Los Angeles, whore they visited frtondn. Othii Bnker pnsftect Sunday nml Monday viMtlng his brother-ln-lnw and sister, Mr. and* Mrs. J. H. I>iuUl, Jr., at Atwiitor. P. W. Dickinson, manager of the King Lumber Company in this city, with Mrs. Dickinson, started Tuesday afternoon on iholr two weeks' vacation tour, which will taUo them to their former homo nt Wichita. Kan., where they will visit with their son and da\iffhter-ln-Uuv. Mr. nnd Mr«. L. U. Dickinson. During thotr vacation they expect to visit many places of interest while en route to Kan pan and on their return trip. Virgil E. Combs, editor of tho Commonwealth, with Mrs. Combs and their small son Shane Dewltt, oxpoct to return Friday from Colorado. \vhero they have «pont two weekn on buMnc»A and pleasure, CO RESIDENTS CONSIDER BONDS WOODY, Sept, 4.—Dave Vaujrhan , Reed Seeley, Miss Dovie Wallace nnd Charles Hitchcock have prone to . and JlmmlA Wallace motored to the tlic (j e £ ert where thej' Intend to pros- j const Saturday. They will visit In Will Vote O11 SeWCr System^ poot for HOVeral dnvs ' 1 Centura nnd other towns. 1 M. \. Hrunk ta vlsitlnR with rela- -. -.' ~.*\ Costing $151,00 on September 15 rso passed Long of Lon of Mr. family. MAO1TNDI3N, fctept. 4.™Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllo Enter nnd son Norman havo been vacationing In Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lytle and daughter Dorothy, who havo been residing In LOH Angeles for nomo tlmo, are moving back to their homo In the Magunden district. Mrs. J. P. Moses and Jim Moses made a trip to Los Angeles Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burgena and family passed the week end on Greenhorn. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Carter Saturday and Sunday in Beach and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. fimmitt Hay Angeles were recent guests and Mrs. Delmer Drum and They enjoyed an evening wiener bako on Kern river during their Htay. The "Reverend and Mrs. C. S. Crowder and daughter, Miss Ethel Crowdor. of West Los Angeles, were overnfght guentH Friday of Mr. and Mrs. 11. H. Wright and family. Mrs. J. L, Sowers, Lenora and Johnnie Sowers of Kant Hakei'HflnUl visited frlonds In this community on Saturday. Mr. and Mm. J. J. Newton and family motored to Greenhorn Sunday, coining homn by way of Korn- vlllo and tho Korn Canyon road. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Halo wori> Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Mabray and family, Mr, ai\4 Mrs. William Ruetor Jcfl Friday for a month's vacaUpn. They will motor first to St. Louis, then visit relatives in Staunton. Illinois. Th**y plan to return tho southern route, stopping at tho Grand Canyon and other points of Interest, A group of friends gathered at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. ftueter on Thursday nventng to bid them a vtleosant trip. They wore Mr. ami Airs. Tommy Kagcler. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harriott, Mr. and Mrs. Younjf Thornhurg, Miss Alien Ltiyne. Miss Ruby Hountreo and Steve Tort. Mountain View MOVNTAIN V1RW. Sept. 4.—Mr. nnd MPH. K. U. Dtarkle left Tuesday for Oakland. Mian Phobe Carter panned most of last week In Shnfter. Tlrur.e Ponton loft Timaday for Snc- mmento, where ho will enter Bheep In tho state fair. Mr«. J. M. ColHson ban been visit- Inp- In how AnRrelen nt the homo of h»*r daughter. Mrs. Leo Leonard. Mrs. H. H. Tookor returned homo from Oakland recently. Hnr daugh- tor. MIKP Hi'HHto Bratly, who wa« con- valencing nfter an appendicitis operation, on me home with her. A icroup of re!atlveN motored from tho noitth WotlneBdny to vlnlt M!KB Bratly and Mr, nnd Mrn. Tookor and fumlly. They Included Mr. and Mrn. Thomas S. Itrntly and da\»Rhter Joan and Minn Saludc Castrohono, of Mr. and Mm. .T. A* Bratly nnd daughter Joyce of Los AngolfB, Victor Bratly nnd Minn I^cona' Park- hurnt of Muntinfrton Park. (o Thf WASOO. vSopt. 4.---Tho bond election September 15 in Wanco to determine whether Wasco shall Install a sanitary sewer system wan dlscuased by several hundred citizens Tuesday night at the elementary school auditorium at a meeting presided over by James Little, who wns elected chairman tor the meet- Inn. i.\ H, Holly of \ r lsalla, engineer, who ban prepared the plans for tho sewer Byniem and nnslsted the Wanco public utility district In tho project, explained the plan of tho system In detail. Leland Brier, a member of tho board of directors of tho utility district* answered que-s- tlons and explained thai the election for the $90,000 in bonds requires a two-third vote for passage, rho PWA will match the money spent on the sower system to tho amount of 45 per cent. Tho estimate Is $151,000 for the completion of tho nyntem. Tho estimates are proportioned as follows: $40,000 for materials. Including newer pipe; labor. $51,000; disposal. $18,000 and land for iho sewer farm, $4000. Mr. Brier stated that iho plan of the board of directors is to make no charge for service to tho people, but the property owners would bo obliged to connect with the main lines. The cost of connection would bo small, being entlmnted at ?C> or $10. Tho cost of the system would bo through taxation. Candidates desiring the position of constable nmtto vacant by tho death of Joo Kngllsh won* at the mooting and much interest WUH nhown by tho voting for the popular man for tho, position* Walter Parks re- cnJvcd tho highest votu, which wnn to nhow tho "voice of tho people" to assist tho ftuiwrvlnorn in their appointment of n man for Wasco. Other candidates announced wore O forgo OarrlUer, H. Harris, l>on Bennett uml Lor Tribblo. lives In Uivorvlow. Mr. and Mrs. Hnm Crawford and children Joan and Irving were Bakersfield visitors Saturday. Mrs. Kverott Williams and children Del her t and Oocll visited at tho C. W. Secley homo Wednesday morn- i The Blue Mountain Service Station Is now being run by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Azevedo, who recently moved there with their five children. Mr. ami Mrs. J. t>. Wallace of White Ulver were callers In Woody Tuesday. Week end visitors In the W. J. Stephen's homo were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stephens and children. Nancy, Wayne and I'atriola. * is Olive Hitchcock Is sUying with relatives at Hobo Hot Sprlngn. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. \VeHneer and daughter Mar.lorle made a business trip to Bakersfield Wednesday. Mrs. Doll Moore has HS her guest for the week her aunt. Mrs. Emma Allen of Kernvllle. The Neighborhood Club will hold Its next meeting Friday evening, September M. at ihe home of Mrs. Frances Woody. A pottuck supper will bo shared by members and ihelr relatives and friends. T. F. Dooley visited with Ward and Robert Woody Wednesday. George Pnrker and S. A. "Woody ctayed overnight at the Jailer's ranch Tuesday. ' * - i i CKIPI'KK KNMOVS TOl'HS MIPVALK, Utah. Sept. -i. (IV p.) Three thousand. inlleN IH only a fruc- llon of the? ilistunoe "Hurnoy" Mldvale rliemnatlc cripple, he han traveled in his nu'tur-whri'l chairs In tho past II years. Ho nays he haw traveled at Intuit -1000 mllon In his proBont one-cylliulf»r wiushlntf marhlno motor-chair which H tho nd he haw owned. ?*F*W>^>* • ' •;-A'.> b L \ h ,v 4 r --- --. *_• V J - H - , -i " 1 i - t i - i • I I , • • I • - h - 1 ' -•V-' ' , ' * - I t - - . n •T^F^^*^ • -JJ - h l •-•:"-yiW#xXv' ,--,-;..' i-, •:•- •-•' • ":-|^^f^V' -.-:..:.-••. •^••t^VOV^uXS. , *~ ' . - '- ' ,' '' '•-f fetoSEJKtf W^'Xt ,v •: •'• i i -- * -j i • i F i h - I v. •rft ' • i ' i * F - -. I I - . f I * ,' '* ' ' H - ' ' m - 'f 1 J ' , FF I ,+•• t • * ._ ^ -1> ' ^ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' —* - a¥Wx-:-:-K>x;:'>:-:<*> >x-^-v;-x-'.\\;->:>sX • i. ft - « k .<»i •">»< -,-*•. 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A full fl from mp lete sn fa advantage of the greatest Austin special of tkii eld for a limited tmtnt un on ly /Til ISTIN 24 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfiel daily except Sunday one 34 Labor %/ aside tribute to all workers. But also we might well pay trfEmTe the labor-saving serv- iees and devices that have practically done away with drudgery. . . . One of the most important drudgery- eliminating services the installation water systems which supply water constantly and cheaply ** I *~ for public and private uses. < California W rice ComDan . > '-'''^^-."^7^^-

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