The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 7, 1936 · Page 5
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Bakersfield, California
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Monday, September 7, 1936
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MONDAY, SEPtEMBEft TE BAKRSPlL l-M, :.; -5-W^ ' •' - - f •• -TL f'L t i ' : s *'i'V^?V . •- * JA'-A-r /T-'^il'.'-:---^ :•:-,•: »> .. HIT' . *':•• -.",. Gather m Mo j ave i f ^ '• r i •. T - L • • r _ \ r ^^^~ Wilford Carpenter!,and her dttUghtferfl, porothy and Barbara, have returned from a P-day vacation which waa unJoyed at Long Betfdh. .'•;,' Mlsa DoriB^Smlth of McFarland is filling ihe ppilUbh of felief niirao at the hbspltal pending the arrival of to, nutse to fill tho vacancy left by the resignation of Miss Julia Tru- bucco.' .. MlstrHuberta Hamlin of Pond was a Thursday overnight guest of her aunt, Mrs. Harold -Appleford and familyi Mlsa Hahilln will leave soon to enter't^e-''University of California at Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Plummer of Lor Angeles were Friday morning business, visitors in town and called lipon local friends. D. L. Koehler, accompanied by Wlliam C. rBrunner. motored to Keeno on .Thursday afternoon to visit with ( Mrs. Koehler, who is a fcaUent at Stonybrook Sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hlett ore en- Joying a. -two wfeeka' motor trip Jthrpugh northern California. A. C. Goertzen, recent arrival here, nan accented a position as bookkeeper with a local garage. Marvin qurl has returned to his parents 1 home at ViBalla after a vacation visit of several wbeka with his aunt, Mrs. JP. M. Kyte and Mr, Kyte at their ranch home near Jasmine. .Mr. and* Mrs; J. G. James motored to -Bakersfleld on Wednesday to transact business. Mr. and Mrsi Robert Williams are fentertalnlnfr as their guest this week Morrlii HellUr of Compton. Miss June KoUnthwalte, daughter iof Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rounthwaito, is enjoying a week's vacation in Los Angeles. Mr, and Mrs. James Ferguson and their son Lester have returned to PoBadoTia after a visit hero -with their daughter, Mrs. Homer Kyte ana family. Their son and brother, Paul Ferguson, who has enjoyed the summer at his sister's home, returned south -with them. Donald James has returned home from an outing of several days at General Grant Park. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hodgoe have returned to General Grant Park after a visit here with Mrs. Hodges' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Was- gon. They were accompanied by vcrn Hcnton* * Edward Small has returned to Los Anrfeles after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rounthwnlto. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alexander havo returned from a two weeks' vacation Jn Hollywood and other south- tern 4cmes. Mrs. Lena Be all has returned to her home after spending the summor at Napa as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Lyman King- and family. Patricia and Laurence Abbey are enjoying a vacation visit In Hollywood as the truest of their prrand- Jtnothor, Mrs. Florence Abbey. A. S. Colo transacted business at Bakersfteld on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence B. Abbey are homo from an enjoyable trip to Hollywood and Los Angeles and to Ban Francisco and Napa, visiting at the latter place with Mrs, Abbey's Bister, Mrs. Lyman King and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Barker are entertaining as their house guest for an extended visit, Mrs. M. F. Rlx of Prescott. Ariz., sister of Mrs. Barker. Friends here havo received the Announcement of the marriage of Kites Elizabeth Yvonne of * Bakers- fleld to William Raymond Austin, row of Bakersfield but formerly of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Woodward have returned from a vacation trip during which they visited with Mr. and Mrs. David Woodward at Cambria Pines and at the Biff Basin in the Santa Crtt» mountains and at Palo Alto and the bay district. The Reverend C. E. Flanatfn and Mrs. Flanasrln are enjoying their annual yacation In southern California and are this week In Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ashton have returned from a brief trip to Loa Angeles on business. Mrs. Carl Montgomery and her Jour daughters and Miss Mattle Bar- jvett. aunt of Mrs, Montgomery, all of Bakersfleld, were Friday afternoon, guests of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Shearer. The Rev. A. C. Strewfert of Hanford will resume services of the Zion Lutheran Church on Sunday after a month's vacation at St. Louis and Chicago, where he joined Mrs. Streufert and their children. They spent tho summer with relatives In the two ties. > • William Loesher of Orange Is hero for several days looking after his ranch interests. While here he is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blank and'.family,-. . Mrs. Hafold Appleford and son Clarence have returned from a two months' vacation at Plsmo beach, where they were guests of relatives, >irs. A. L. Miller and family. Mrs. Charles W. Evans, Miss Ruth tJheevers and Roy Chambers have re ; turned home from a three-day outing at San Francisco with relatives. The Reverend Samuel H. Robertson, Mrs. Robertson and their son Kenneth and daughter Ernestine left on Tuesday for their new location at Tucson. Ariz. Harvesting of the almond crop at the Williams Hlnrlchs ranch north- *r«at of town Is in full swing with a crew: of several employes assisting. Mrs. Henry Kraft and her son Irwln motored to Paso Robles on Wednesday and spent the day there bn business. ^ r Mrs. Lorna Ammons and Mrs. H.:'*Jackson motored to Fresno on 1 Pr. William B. Smith, Harold Marshall. Vincent Roberta. Ray Bell and Harry Hlett have returned home from a business trip to Searchlight, where they fipent several days for Mr. Anderson's health.' , Kldon P^yor has gone to Watson- vllle, where he will enter upon his second year In school there. l l ' f " r Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F.Ridhard* son and tttelr sons. Bernard, Jr., and Kenneth, arc enjoying their annual vacation of two weeks at Camp son. Mr. nnd'Mrs. L. L. Stoyber returned from Watsonvllle, where they spent the week end. Their son Bobby remained there in school. Mrs. A. L. Tuttle and Mra. L. 13. Pryor motored to Tulare on Wednesday night, where they /attended the meeting of the ladles' auxiliary of*the Veterans of Foreign Wars, at which the state president of auxiliaries was the honored guest. Miss Loretta Theede has returned to her home at Fresno after a Week's visit hero with her Ulster, Mrs. Ray Pratt, Jr.; and Mr, Pratt. Mrs, A. L. Halkh and her daughters, Etta Mac, Patricia and Betty have returned home from a month's vacation at their cabin in Greenhorn Mountain Park. Hrlor to going to Greenhorn they enjoyed a month In Yosttmito National Park. John Katano, who Is employed with a fruit shipping company at Fresno, la spending several days here with his family. Mi*, and Mrs^ Arling Steinberger, accompanied by their son Vernon. left on Monday for a two week's motor trip to Washington state. Their daughters Virginia and Marian arcs puests of their grandmother, Mrs. Phoebe Ray of.MoFarland, during their parent's Absence. Mi's. Carl Montgomery and daughters Maryetta and Carol Ann and Miss Mattle Bamet, all of Bakersfield, were Tuesday guests of Mrs. Montgomery's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Shearer. Martha Jean and Carla Mae Montgomery, who were visiting their grandparents, returned homo with their *mother, Dorothy Jane Swanson, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swanson, is convalescing slowly from a severe attack of bronchitis. Clarence Wankum returned homo Tuesday night from a two-day trip to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. P. M, Kyte and Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kyte motored on Sunday afternoon to Strathmore to visit friends and also visited Mr. and Mra. Henry Zimmerman at their country homo near Ducor. Mrs. Mabel Pattison, accompanied by her daughter Jean and her sons Billy and Roy, returned homo Monday from San Joso where they spent the summer. Miss Ruth Johnson of Earllmart was a Wednesday night guest at the country home of Mr. and Mm. H. B. Ramsey. Misa Aran Ramsey and Raymond Ramsey accompanied her to Earllmart later and continued on to Plxley on business. 'Sept. 7»—'Members of the Yourigr Matrons* Sewing Club met (U the home of Mrs. Evan Twomey on Wednesday afternoon for trie regular meeting; Light refreshments were served by the hostess. Members of the club are Mesdames Bannlo Clem, Arnlo Wlrta, John Banduccl, M. H. McDonough and Evan Twomey. Miss Barbara Amundsen of Hollywood, who Is visiting at the home of Mrs, Twomey, was also a guest. Tho next meeting _will be neld at the L street home of Mrs. McDonough. On Thursday afternoon Mr*, Paul BlsweU entertained the members of the Mojave Sewing Club at her homo on K street. Refreshments wore served after an afternoon of sewing-. Guests were Mrs. M. H. McDonough, Mrs. George Wright and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Harry Brockman of LOH Angreles. RIO B R A VO RIO BRAVO, Sept, 7.—Mrs. ther Garrison and her daughter. Margaret of Burbank visited her slater, Mrs. Carl Haag and family. Misa Joyce Haag accompanied them hero after spending two weeks in tho south as the guest of her aunt and uncle. Miss Eudora Baldwin of Rosedale was an overnight guest of Mies Frances Wilson on Thxiraday. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Martin accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Martin of Yearlrurton, Nevada, motored to Los Angeles and passed two days with relatives. The latter couple returned to their home Friday after spending several days with Mr. Martin's parents. Mrs. Whiting Martin and Mrs. Frank Munscy recently motored to Los Angeles and were accompanied home by Mrs. Munsey's grandmother, Mrs. Ann Skinner, who will visit hero for several days. Mrs. Cecil White and Mrs. Jack Ferguson and Mr small eon passed tho day Friday with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. G. Temple at Mountain View. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Senders recently passed tho week ond In LOH Buttonwillow Miss Blanche Duko passed tho week with her brother, Cnrl Duko and family at Taft. James K. Haag and wons, Willlam and Edward passed tho holidays at the state fair at Sacramento and with relatives at Martinez. Frances, Irene and Vercll Wilson were dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Hnag and family on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. G, Temple at Mountain View Thursday. BUTTONWILLOW. Sept. 7.—The night ball playing at the school- Rrounda that have been lighted for that purpose is very popular. Tho Home Economics Club of the Buttonwillow Grange, held a very enjoyable meeting Tuesday, September 1, at the homo of Mrs, Herman Bishop. In tho social hour refreshments were served to Mesdames AV. L. Smith, R. 13. Cruzan, S. E, Deck, Ada Paschall. Betty Bishop, Ray Trout, B. H. Pannell and Miss Myrtle Pannell. The Buttonwillow Grange No. 508 held the regular meeting Wednesday. September 2. They report a good attendance. Visitors attended from Wasco, Rosedalo and Panama. The lecture hour was enjoyed very muca by all atumdlhff. Mlsfc Florence Ovcrton and Eloiae Rounds are visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Braner in Los Angeles. Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Bunker and children, Bruce, Marthelen and Rodney, returned to Buttonwillow Friday after several weeks at San Jose where Mr. Bunker was attending summer school. On the way homo tho Bunkcra visited their father's ranch several days at Lindsay. GLENNVILLE OILDALE I. . Billy King and his sister, Marjorte >e King, have returned homo from Chlco, where they spent the summer guests of their grandmother, Mrs, L. Pittman, and Mr..Plttman. The Heverftnd and Mrs. Carl Alien and their daughter Virginia of Woodcrost, Los Angeles, visited friends here on Thursday morning while on their way home from a vacation of two weeks at Feather river canyon. The Reverend Mr. Allen Is a former pastor of the Community Methodist Church. Mrs: Noah L. Saulres had as her nil-day Thursday guest her niece, Mrs. G*orge King. . Paul Newman has returned to his home at LOB Angeles after several months here during which he was employed at the Delano funeral par* Jortfc Sheldon Brown of San Diego Is now employed at the funeral par- lorn* ; ; •Mi*. Chris Blank, accompanied by }ier niece, Mis* Barbara Jean Mack, will leave on Saturday for Orange, j**h*r* th» J- will enjoy a visit of! wr*» «ral days with relatives. r George King; motored to Pasadena on Wednesday to accompany ttli daughter. Marjorift Lee King, homri after a visit there as tho guest of Jdlss Rose Mitchell. ; , ^ Mr, arid Mrs. Charles Anderson OILDALB,. Sept. 7.—Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Cole man and small son were week end visitors at Plsmo. They were accompanied by Mrs. Naomi Earls and son Kenneth. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Newoomb and family wero Mr. Newcomb'a mother, Mrs. A. V. Nowcomb and his sister, Mrs. Frances Plunkett and children from Arcadia, Mrs. Gail PenUand and throe daughters of Long Beach .visited local and RIverview friends and relatives this week. The Pentlands wore former RIverview resident*. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lyons and infant son motorefc to Caliente Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gann, who are staying at their mine. Mrs. Cleo Payne of Rivervlew is recovering from her illness which necessitated her stay at a local hospital for two days. Mrs. R. C. Copeland and son Vir* gll are enjoying a two weeks' vacation at Hunting-ton Lake. Mr. Copeland motored them to the laUe on Tuesday and has since returned home. George Poc and children. Ffclda, Eugene and Olan. returned Wednesday from San Francisco where they have been for tho past week. While thero they visited Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Cardiff and family, former local residents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Howell were Taft visitors Tuesday evening. Mrs. Bertha Hlggins, who has been visiting In Ohio, has returned arid was a caller at the J. B. Me- Clure home In Rivervlew recently. Mrs.jgiC. Douglas and two children oj-Ss&'aahlngton street have re* GLHNNVILLE, Sept. 7. — Mr. Vern Herrington was pleasantly surprised Thursday evening when a group of friends gathered at his homo to help celebrate his birthday anniversary, A delightful dinner was served by his wife,. Mrs. Etta Herrington. Feting- Mr. Herrington were Miss Elsie Cantleberry, Mr. and Mrs. V. Herrington and daughter, Etln May. Edward Murdook of Bakersfleld was a business visitor at the home of Bentoh Martin Tuesday. Mrs. Patsy Hanline and daughter Patsy Ann of Los Angeles are visiting at the home of L. H. Stephenson at Lynns valley. Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Packard of Oakland spent several day« as the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Todd Hosier at their summer homo hero, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Baker of t>o- lano wero callers at the M. W. Hunt home Friday. Mies Marcta McTCee of Bakersfield Is a week end guest of Miss Jesslyn Mosier. Mrs. Nora Newman and Mm. Iva Fapra wero business visitors In Bak- ersfleld Friday. Jackie Olds is a guest of Wallace Williams at Tiger Flats on Green* horn mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Mosier and daughters Phyllis and Jesalyn and Mrs. Moslcr's mother, Mrs. E. A. McFadden have returned from two weeks' vacation spent at Plsmo. and Mrs. C. J. Frazler and Nettle Boen have returned after an extended vacation at Fairvlew. Mr. Marvin Maddux and son and daughter. Howard and Mabel, were Bakersfield visitors Friday. Mrs. Helon Wilkersbn 4s visiting McFARLAND. Sept, 6.—Mr. and Mrs. T. \V. Davis have received letters from their son, Clayton Davis, who is aboard the U. S. 8. Oklahoma, on the war torn shores of Spain, where the ship IB assisting with the rescue of American cltl- ssens. Mr. and Mrs. 1 C. M, Whltacre entertained at a recent dinner honoring their cousins. Mr. and Mra. J. H. Hammock and their children, Beatrice, Vera, Laverne and Junior, who arc visiting hero from their home In Wichita Falls, Texas. Mr. and Mra. J, W. Morrison have returned to their home here after passing a three weeks' vacation at their former home in Elk City, 'Oklahoma. Accompanying them hero were Mrs. Morrison's father and brother, M. F. Wilson and Edsel Wilson. Edsel expects to return to hla mtd'western homo noon, while his father will remain for a longer visit. Dinner guests in the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner Saturday were tho latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sinner of Delano. Mrs. Earle S. Waller la passing several days in San Francisco visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. 8, Baton arrived horp from their home at Stockton and win be guests of Mrs. Bates' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Traak, for several days. Robert Chaso, who has passed the summor in the Yoanmlte with his mother, Mrs, Anna Chase, has also arrived here to pass the winter with ms undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Trask. and attend the local hljrh school. Mrs. A, F. Davenport has returned to her home at Knoxvlllo. Tennessee, after passing; a month with her sister, Mrs, Nettle Bruno. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Steward havo for their guests the tatter's mother and sister, Mrs. Pearl Wolmert and Miss Grace Wolmert of Fresno. They expect to remain hero until Monday. * Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Moomaw are entertaining for the latter'* nleco and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. David Jones of Larnod, Kansas. 1h*y arrived here early this week atf or visiting relatives at Waterford and Fresno. The£ also expect to visit In tho south. Mr. and Mrs. Thorald Luther passed the week end vacationing at Morro bay. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Palmer visited the week end at El Stjgundo ns quests of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Martin arid other friends. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Idus Ijcflsley included their son-in- law end daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eu- pci.e Plmpoll of Bakersfield. A dinner was served marking Miss Marie l-essley's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Idus Lessley Jr.. of Delano, wero afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buker. Mr. and Mrs., 1C. S. Steward, Clayton and Harold Gene, wero dinner gueats Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs, L. S. McQueen at their Bakernfleld home. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Rowe and sons, Alden and Roger, havo returned from a 1000-mile vacation trip which Included seven enjoyable days. They visited at Reno, l^ako Tahoe, Clear Lake, San Francisco and many other places of IntarCRt. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Pike havo returned from a two-day business and pleasure trip to Ix>s Angeles. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner Included the lat- tor's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mra. U. D. Hammond and tholr three «ons, Howard, Jack and Bobble, of Plxley, Barle S. Welter and his daughter, Miss Dorothy Mae, were attending to business interests in Han fora Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Holltnim worth returned Tuesday from Santa Monica, where they attended to property interest*. They stopped as guests of their non-ln*law and daughter. Dr. and Mra. H. W. J-Aither at thoir Van Nuys home en route to their home here. W. li. Ingram, accompanied by Arthur Dodson, have returned from Tucson, Arlxona, where the former took a truck load of household goods for the Reverend and Mrs. S, H, Robinson, who haVo moved from Delano to their new charge In Arizona. Mra. H. B. Roorne and her daughter, Miss Violet, called on tho former's father, J. A. Ctreen, at the Kern General Hospital Wednesday. Mr. dreen, who I« very ill, was resting cosier. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. have for their- guests the hutcr's nleco and husband, Mi*, and Mrs. T-. R, Rhoden and ^tholr small daughter, FA1LIES ..H - m m » v ••• « * ••" AY PARIY • • - • '• „ • • ... •',.-,.., :„;. -ij. -,-^ i[J ->,,.' y> H * . » <§ . : « *^ii • T| It i^ v ; -' 'Hi-T : :: -*'i - : ^ ; ighlandPark News Notes • ^r ' .••••••.••',-_"•'• ^fT , • -..•,.,"_ ,. ,, : /v'. - McFarlnnd Groups Assemble for Big Fete at Home of Pclcrscn HucUUeston eggy They arrived hero Tues day from tholr homo In ChUdross, Tcxnw, and expect to locate In this community. Mrs. C. W. Hond arrived horo Wednesday from her homo at Colgate. Oklahoma, to pass a weok visiting with her sister, Mrs, J, F. Holloway and family. After a wook's visit she will go ,to Los Angelea to visit relatives before roturnlng homo. Mr, and Mrfl. George C. Wells and children. Dale and Barbara Jean' accompanied by WeHl«y, Floyd and Warde Paslay, passed Sunday at California Hot Springs with Mrs. K. W. Paslay, who has bown thnrw for the past two weeks taking treatments for her health. Mrs. B. M. Hlgglnbotham and her daughter, Miss Marian, will return today from Lou Angolefl, wht>ro thoy passed the week as guests of the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. L. V. Ijampton. Miss will leave this week for where she Is English Instructor In the high school. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moomaw on- tortnined Thursday for the lattftr'n brother and siatiMMn-law, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Garvoy and tholr small daughter, Hena, of Patmdiwa. Tho guests wero on routo to Modesto to viHlt relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Wells business visitors In Bakers- Wednesday. Accompanying was their daughter, Barbara MeVARLAND. Sopt. 7.—The country homo of Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Pet- rrsen was the scene of a mprry gathering recently when aovornl families gathered there to celebrate tho birthday anniversaries of four of the trroup. Those honored included Mrs. Peterson. Mr«. Clayton Klston, Mlnses Ruth Klaton and Marie Loss- ley. 13ach year tho four families celebrate together. This year a wiener roftst was the diversion of the group. Birthday cako and other delightful refreshments were served. Wnjoytng the party were Mrs. Garnet Martin and daughter Lor rain o, Santa Monica; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson, Darlene. .Darretil and Hunsell Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. MUB Leflsley. Jr., nnd Clydo Clark, I)o- Inno; Mr. and Mrs, Hay ton Ktoton. Ruth, Loola Mftft and Vera Christine ElHton, Mr. and Mrs. ldu» Lostttay, 8r., and daughter, Marie, Joan Lohre, GQvaMino Garrott, Marjorio and Bobby Peterson, Krank Boardman and Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. CALIENTE Mr. and Marian Fowler, MlHH turn they thn MiKM woro Hold thorn Joan. Mrs. M. S. Ingram, her two small sons. Merle Hay nnd Bobby, and Manota Ingram expect to re- today from South Gato, where were guests for the week of former's mother. Mrs. Nooi Wllla Nool, who pnsucd H*»v*rnl d«ys hem with hor sinters, accompanied them to her homo In the south. , Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Joy have returned to tholr home at Blythc. California, after passing several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. t>, Toovey. While here, tho guests, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Toovey, enjoyed a business and pleasure trip to Fresno and Tularo. Tho two couplon also enjoyed a pleasure trip to Kern Klver Park In Bakersfleld. whore they wero guenta of Mr. and Mrs. Toovoy's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Branson. Mr. Branson is superintendent of ICern county parka, CALT13NT13, ttapt. 7,-— Mrs. C Everett was called to HakerHfield Saturday bocauso of a death of an old friend and school mate. Oliver W. Johnson of tho local grocery was a Bakerefield visitor Saturday, on business. Alpha Phillips of Santa Barbara, wife, daughter and nleco, wore week end houao gueMts nt th« John and May ForRuea homo on north Morton street, continuing thulr motor trip oix north to Fresno where Mr. Phillips has taken a new aHftlfrnmont an fireman for the Southern Pacific. Mr», Tad R Phllllpn and dniifrh* tern Hobble and Putrlcln and son LouU were at Bakersfleld Tuesday, shopping and vtaUlng. M. C. Morrison, In charge of the $200.000 project \ve«t of Calionte, by tho Southern Pacific, wan a Fremio Frlant visitor thin week, on busi- ne.RH in connection with hl» work. Improvement of the street high- waya la hi? Ing mado by Supervisor Parish, here, In the HiirfaolrtR' and oiling work now In proKre»n George Kvorett and Joe Hall*. b NOV. 3 NOT HOLIDAY PA8ADTCNA.. Sopt. 7. (A. P.)—Th« city directors voted not to declare national election day, November 3. a city holiday because It would oauno day workers to lose a day's pay. HIGHLAND PARK. Sept. 7.—Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Campbell spent Sunday at Alta Sierra with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. May ecu Raymond Holt and his sister. Joy Holt of Garden Grove, were Wednesday overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, \V. A. Doane. Mr, and Mrs. John Dougherty drove to l*oa Angeles Thursday night to meet their son. Jack Dougherty, who with Mrs, Dougherty is return- Ing from a two months' engagement with Merle Carlson's orchestra in Honolulu. Mr. and Mm. John Dough* erty will be accompanied home by Mr. Dougherty's parents of Inglo- wood. Mrs. U Murley of Tnft Is visiting at tho homo of hor daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mra. Basil Urohnt. Miss Ellen Sears of Norris spent tho pnst week at the homo of her aunt, Mm. C. K. Holland. Mr. and Mr». A.\u1y Waters of Oil Center woro Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. 15. Holland. Mrs, Frod levers of Bftkcrsflotd spent Thursday ovonlng at tho homo of her sister nnd brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wiseman. C, K. Wiseman Is recuperating Ht his homo following a recent appendectomy at Han Joaquln Hospital. He expects to resume his duties at the BaUersflelrt post office September 10. Master Keith Squires of Olendalo Is spending some time at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kagoler. Olydeno Holland. Jean Sodew and Gwcmdtac; TMi-chfleld were Tuesday dinner «uc*ts of Mr. and Mrs. HOT- old Doane. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kageler have returned from a woek*« vaca» lion spent in Banta Monica. Ocean Park and T.os Angeles. They were accompanied homo by Mm. Kngeler's brother. Perry Hobb. who haH spent two months In a tjo« Angeles hoJinl* tal. Mr. Uobb will resume his work here as a carpenter. MIHH lleatrice Hawthorne ha« returned from I*os Angeles and has resumed her studies at Lufklna* Bunlnesw College Mr. and Mm. J. C. GarrtotL havo returned from a five-day vacation spent In IX)H AngeloH. Santa Monica and Ocean Park. Jack Harriott has returned from a motor trip through tho middle wost during which he visited Pike's Peak, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Canyon. Oarlftbnfl Caverns, the Dallas centennial and returning homo bv way of Salt T^ake Cltv, where he visited the Mormon tempi*. Warner Clark. Jr.. Is building an adobe house at 343 Hay street. C. A. Verner of Oil Center i» starting a houso at COS HuMon street. Mr. nnd Mm. Richard Burton are spending I«nbor dav In T>»« Antfelos, Mrs. F. U, Hat field ond children have returned from San Francisco nnd vicinity. wh«r« they have ppent iho pant two monthn. Mr, and Mm. O, L. Oliver hnvo movod from horiK IVnch to 2K1 llurvle street. Mr. Oliver In with the Hnlo Potmleum Company. "Bnrbnrn nnd Olen Hole. Unufthtnr nnd son of Mrs. AVnH«r Heed, havo mttirn«*d from n vacation spent ot Santa Monica with their grrontSp&r- enta, Mr. and Mra. J. E. Smith; Barbara Johnson haa returned from a two weeks* vacation -st>ent at I.OB Anjceles and Ix>nff Beach. MUa Evadene Mamtollar of Colorado Springs waa a recent gueat of Mr. and Mrs, TS. li. Johnson. r. and Mrs. L. D. Fierce have moved from 354 Ray street to Baal Twenty-first street, Bakersfield. Glennville Circle Feted by Member .OLENNVILLE, Sept. 7.—Mrs. H. Likely entertained the ladles sewing circle on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs, Kvelyn Caldwel! grave a very interesting talk on their recent trip through Yellowstone, Wyoming. Oregon, Washington, Montana, Btyce, Utah and Zion Park. It was decided the next meeting will be held at tho home of Mm. Evelyn Snider with a potluck lunch. Those present were Mrs. S&nford Smith, Sirs. Hazel llecord and aon Clinton, Mrs. Ray Green, Mrs. Mary Vreaton, Mrs, Julia Martin, Mrs. Kvelyn Caldwell and non Charles of Bakersfield. Mrs. Bvelyn Snider and daughters Barbara and Marjorle, Mrs. Llna Cantleborry and daughter Elsie. Mm. Charlotte Cannon and children Nancy Bell, Margaret Ann and Wallacct Eugene of Bakersfleld, Mrs, Delia Williams and sons Delbert nnd Cecil, Mrs. Charles Seeley, Mrs. M. W. Hunt and children Eugene and Evelyn, Miss Ruth Likely and Man* Martin, Leroy and Donald Martin, Newton Likely and the hostess* Mrw, C. II. Likely. ™ ^ Women of Church Gather at Potluck OTLDALK, Sept. 7.—The loyal women's clnas of the local Congregational Church met Friday in the social hall of the church and en- Joyed a delicious potluck luncheon and business meeting. riRns were mado for a food sale on September 26 and a Halloween social on October 16. I {Qstosaes for the next regular meeting: will be Mrs. M. A. Dawson, Mrs. Ruth Newcomb and Mrs. A. C. Bvans, and the meeting- will be held on October 9 Instead of tho first Friday because of Frontier Pays activities. Those present on Friday w«r« Mr. and Mrs. William Early. Reverend Cyril M. Hicks and Mesdamos F. L. Bell and Opal Davis. Mesdames A. Murray, A. B. Gun- nlnpham. C. A. Drwser, J. H. Mc- NauRhton. Sarah Fiah, M. O. Roberts. A. G. Borst, M, A. Dawson, T. J. Newcomb. Hst«He Noel. WASCO TEHACHAPI Mr. Aunt homo spent relatives in PortervlHe for days. a few ARV turne a month's vacation, m. Claude Butler and vuilting relatives at this week. They have up residence in their Woodrow street and rmer home at Home i returned from a at tfong Beach IB brother Fr*d dJttijrhtera from > i >«. Biftderich and f$n«po Santa Crux to pnjr. Mi returned from at Long- Beach L r w R. Carer and wero among the ARVIN, Sept, 7. — Mrs. J. Shields returned home Friday from Mrs. JTreiso's Maternity Home with her rtew daughter, who has beon named Shirley May, The baby, who waa born August 20, Is the second daughter In tho family, Mary JSllcn Krauter has returned from Mercy Hospital, where she had her tonsils removed lost Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Krauter, Eleanor and John, made a business trip to Los Angeles Monday. Mrs, H. C. Yaussy received calls from a large circle of friends Wednesday, She was confined to her home by illness. Among the callers were Robert Vaueay, Jr., of L*)s Angeles, who Is a guest at tho H. A- Krauter home, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen and L. W. Bornhauser of Pacific Palisades, who are visiting at the M; li. Krauter home. Mrs. Jeanette Ho nd felt and son Ix>uls of Pomona nave been house guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Yaussy for several days this week. Alex Benjentor* ofkd two daughters of Norfolk, Calif., was In Ar- vln on a business trip Wednesday. Miss Eleanor Krauter entertained her Sunday school class with a swimming ivarlr at her home near Arvln Wednesday. Refreshment* were served at the clone of the afternoon. Those present were June and MyrtSft Comb», Mary Jean Tucker, ^ Helen Yaussy, Barbara Dickey, Leona Permenter, Marjory Bmall, Elaine Hanson an<f Jennie GoOdrnan, A party of Arvln btinlnenn men enjoyed a very successful f inning trip to the beach near Morro Bay Sunday, Tho.A maktnr" th* were # c, -Field*, Mtto Baxtor A. #m!th and son. WASCO. Sept. 7.—Mr. and Mm. Frank Wllkson left Wednesday morning for their vacation trip which will bo spent fUhlng along Klamath river, where they were to be Joined by a group of Bakersfleld friends. Quests at the A. D. Fry home on Thursday evening for dinner were Mrs. Fry's mother. Mrs. Ida Germain, and her grandfather, C. M. Stoll, both of Bakersfield. and an aunt, Mrs. George Johnson of Los Angeles. Other guests at the Fry home were to be Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mace of Salinas, who are also an aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Fry are to leave Saturday on a month's trip to eastern states, Mrs. Henry Dovenney and her sister, Mm. Elizabeth Marsllo of Ban la Ana, npemt last week at the Devon- ney cabin at Balance Rock. Mrs. George Robertson entertained her sister, Miss Kathryn McMillan of Los Angelen. oVer the week end. Miss McMillan In an instructor in the Los Angeles schooln. The MethortUt Ladies 1 Aid will be entertained at the home of Mra. Joe Altringer next Wednenday. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Santom have movod Into their new home which nan recently been completed. Minn Mary Benedict has returned from a summer vacation spent at tho home of her parents In Washington. Minn Benedict In in the office of the Wasco High School and began her duties thin week with Pr. Ben R. Crandall. Reverend and Mm. Fred Klein and children spent lost week with friends at Lodl. Mr, and Mrs, Morril Thornburg and daughter Beverly have returned from thalr vacation trip which wan spent in Oregon and Washington, Mr. and Mrs. II. G. McBlvnuey and Mlsn Josephine Simmons have returned to Wanco after panning most of tho summer at San Luis Oblnpo. Mr. and Mm. Howard Pond and baby accompanied Mr. and Mra, 8, L. Allen of Pond on a summer trip through northern California and Nevada. An extended motor trip won enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. KHin and daughter Freda and son Bernls the post month from Washington 'down to Dalian, Texan, where they attended Che exposition. Delano Girl to Be w^ ^ ^f— la*t trip and Married This Fall MMMflVBMMABlMI** PELAKO, Sept. 7. —Mra. Alonso Clay is announcing the betrothal of her second daughter, Minn Loin Virginia Godfrey, to Marion Hergftt Owens, of the medical detachment at Fort Lewis, Washington. The date has not been net but It will be some Utna during tho corn- Ing fall, Minn Godfrey U well known h*r« by ' 4 ' large circle of friends who OTA extending their eon* gratulatloni, .* • TEHACHAm, Sept. 7.—Mm. Ed Monroe of Mojave wan a visitor hero Tuesday. MrH. Louise Martinson and Bonn and her mother, Mr«. 1-xnia McTSn- tire, returned Tuesday from an extended motor trip to Boulder Dam and tho Grand Canyon. Mr. and Mr*. W. D. McCave returned Sunday from a vacation trip Charlie Andernon wow a Bakersfield visitor Wednesday. The Reverend and Nfrs. F. O. Wyatt drove to Bakersfleld Wednesday. BUI Robison went to Bakontfleld on business Wednesday evening. Air. and Mrs. B. Harrington of Indiana, who havo been vIMtlng hero with Mr, and Mrs. Fred Williams, loft ThurHday for Carlsbad Caverns. New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Loiter Hancock and son and W. 11. Adama of French Camp are vlMtlng Mr. and Mm. Dick Brite In Brite valley. Tho guests aro relative* of Mr. Brite. Mn*. Harry Kennedy and Mrs. Frank Brlto returned Monday night from Kinsman, Ariz,, where thoy went to attend funeral nervices for their mother, Mm. Cofer. who paused away hero recently while on a ViHlt. Frank Cowan wont to Bakenifleld Wedneftdtiy. Gordon Brite. who him been 111 for Homo time, U at his father** homo in Brite valley for a wbort stay. Mr. and Mm. Edward Do Moll of i Tjoa Anffoton were gue^tM Wednesday and Thursday of Mm. oUter, Mr*. Dora OUva. «on Paul and family of aluo vtelted her Wee! Mr«. Frank Weatherbolt, Minn Mary and Frank. .Jr., were Bakers* field visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hugo wero In Bakomflnld Thursday. Mrs. Pearl Grind is assisting with the office work at lh« Tohachapl Hay and Groin Company. The opening of the new Bee-Kay theater has been set for Sunday night. The fine new building Is complete and the furnishings 'ar« being installed this week. Wedding Surprise to Local Friends OILPALE, Sept. 7-— Surprising to local friends and relatives wan tho announcement of the marriage of I Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Heath, which took place In Fresno three w^eks ago. Mr. Heath U the son of Mrs. Charlotte Heath, of Bakemfleld and a brother of Mm* O f A. Little, local matron, with whom he resided for several yearn. * Mrs. Heath !• the former . CJau die Cordon of Coailnga, The young couple plan to make their home at Coallnga, whore Mr. Heath is cm- ployed by the mand&rd OU *fconv Do Moll'w m. OUvo's Hakersflcld .' Jobs! the hurry-up jobs—when gaining a few days means able yield difference between a profit- costly failure — then's when you're doubly crop thankful for owning a "Caterpillar 0 track-type Tractor! chind the model Twenty-Two, for example, some owners disk and spring-tooth their seedbeds at the same time—others disk, roll and drill once* This tractor will pull effective • V - THERE ARK MORB "CATERPILLAR" TRACTORS AT WORK TODAY THAN ALL OTHER MAKES OF TRACK* TYPE TRACTORS PUT TO* GBTllRRl WE HAVE FREE BOOKLETS AND CAT A* LOGS THAT EXPLAIN THIS OVERWHELMING SUPRBM* ACY. SBEUSNOW. widths of tools in tandem to suit your needs to save you many miles of travel and vital days of time — to whack your per-acre fuel costs. The reasons for the "Caterpillar" Tractor's extra load-pulling capacity are: (1) Light-tread* ing, geared-to4he-ground traction of broad tracks — even on loose, mellow plowed ground; (2) The heavy-duty "Caterpillar" Engine, built to team with non-slip traction and deliver full power week after week, month after month without failure; (3) Simplified design — fewer, yet stronger parts, with greater resistance to wear and breakage. OATERPllUR mCK-TYPE TRACTORS JOHN DEERE TRAOTOftS AND KIUIFER IMPLEMEKTS IMPLEMENTS \ n Cousins Tractor Company 112*128 C»tt Smut* Strut, Hinford 1414 Qbitttr Avmt, ItktrtfiiM PfcoRt III Mm* 2HI T 132 Whllliy Awttt, Corwti Phont 1171 - - r r,' I. * .1-1 ' • if * * X - 1

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