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TUB UAKKR8FIBM) CAMFORWAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1938 News Today From Oildale OILCALR, Sept. 8.—Mr. nnd Mm. Al Harder und daughter Ho lores of Hun Luis Oblspo passed Sunday with J. H. Carey. Wallaeo Weaver. 10-year-nlrl non of Mr. and Mrs. TJoyd Weaver of Decalur Ntreet. proudly displayed a 100-pound deer which he killed In Brownw canyon district Hiiturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trallorand Don John of Fresno were week-end visitors at tho borne of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr uiul Mrs. L. B, Coin and family. Mr. and Mrs. \V. c. Shepn.rd nf Beards ley nnd Mr. rnul Mm. Willlam tloiigdon imil mnnll HUM motored tu Morro Itny nvi'i- the holiday. Ar. CI. 'Roberts, mechanic ul. ICorn County Airport, wan among thOHO •Who attended the National Air RUCCH nt Mines Field, I-on AnKelfH. Ted C'.ox has slnrtnd bullrtlnft on a new homo ftt Home Crest. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Thurstnn and family have returned from u •ummer paHsed at Jm-k ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hturgoon und family returned Friday from Pennsylvania where they passed the lnnt threo inontbH visiting relatives ftlid old friends, Mr. anil Mrs ('. I >. Uivln of Tn- Inn^ wern recunt visitors at tlie homo «f their sun nnd daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Halph t.avln. Mrs. ICmmett \Valk»-r attended the National Air Knres lit I •»» Angeles on Haturdny and Sunday. John McClure nnd family of lllver- Vleu. aiTcompanlert by Mr«. Oln Cos, motored to i 'nMtii M<-HH to visit relatives over I tin holidays. Mr. anil Mm \V. ri. Coker nnd family of the oilfields were wcelt «rid visitors to Marlcopa. whtmi they Were the f(uestH of relallveH. Mr nnd Mrs. Liu-y Miinim nnd daughter, Mary Huth nnd Mr. nnd >lin. Thomitn IHIIHCH n|ieril lust wttvk At HiiK'tr Loat mountain. Mrs. <». O Heard In recovering from nn operation performed ul n local hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John JOdg.irn have purchased a new I'ontlsa sedan. Mr and Mrs. K. V. (milan of O were recent vlBltors at tho of their duughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. F. 15. Buldes and family on IJocalur street. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kftrls nnd son Kenneth have moved to Magunden. They have rented their homo to Mr. and Mrs. William Aslln. Mrs. Ai'lln will teach at Ntnndnrd Hi hool this term. Mr. and Mrs. Pnt. f*tepheiiH and lion Hobby and Tad IIIII motored I" LIIM Angeles last week-end. Mrs Hlephens niul her son will Htny f«r <m>' wenlt but Mr. Rtnphons and Ted IIIII havo returned. Mr. and Mrs. Ted KlepheiiH nnd (IniiKhler Mary June, llattle Mea- rbiini. Oiivlil nnd Alleen ilnnlner nnd Mr nnd Mrs. Frank Munsey of Hhafter enjoyed n steak bain: at Kern lllver Park recently. John txiwry of Maxwell, ('nil- fornln, Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs Luther (jiirdncr and family. \ Chester Webb left lant week for his homo In Arkansas after a two ! months' stay In California. ! Minn Alleen Mnrdner left for Fresno today to attend liuslncos college. (lucent visitors at the home of ! Mr. and Mrs. Ted HtevMis were l^nr- \ rest MrAteer and «nn Hilly nrul j Mr. McAleor'n mother nnd AIlMti llafel I'Diigherly of l,o« Angeles Tho new parsonage nf (lie Ollilaln ''ommunliy ('hnrrh will be moved In to 2(11! Wood row street from Oil ("'enter thl« weed. Mr ami Mrs Ttuy llorner. ',"1% Waahlnglon Htre.nl wern enlled to Den MolnoN, lown, lust \\ celt due to the Hcrlous c»ndlllon of Mr llorner'rt parents who were Injured In an automobile it'Tiilent T,. I" ICnnflu In biillilliiK a hnmn at -ir.n Woodrow ctreei. Mrs C. M HIcltN. wife of thn flevnrend Cyril M. lllcl<H, pastor of the )ivnl Community f'burch, IH underKolnir treatment at n Incul hospital Mrs Violet Hlrnmons Is recovering frmn an iippendeotoniy performer! Haturday «l M«>ny Hospital IxitilH and Waller Brown retunieil Rnturrtny from u thrrp month vnca- tlon vrtlh their mother nt t'nuln. Tho boys reside h?n> wltli their parents and attend school. Autumn Meetings of Group Begin DKI.A.VO, Hcpt. R,.~Th« Lln/i IIIII MISMlonnry i'lub and tho Junior circle of tho Ladled' Aid Hoclety, both organlxatlotiH of Iho young mnrrlod people of tho Community Mnthorllftt Church, will roMiimo meeting* thin week mill Moxt \voc.>U. On Krldny I ho Junior circle will meet at thn country home of Mr*. Lnwrnnro Hlnnkunl nix mllim cunt of town. Tho meeting will convmio at II o'clock nrul n covered (lltth lun- f'hcfin will do cnjoytxl. All mem- hi>r« uro urged to iiUend and bring [ironpeel I vii momboro. On Hoptember I-I tho Una Hill MlMAlnnttry (..'lub will rnopt at tho home of Mr. uiul Mr*. Jack BiiHoli on Oxford nircut. Members will an- •niiibln ul 0 o'clock and enjoy a pot- lurk illimor. Tho biiMlncHx ineotlnK of tin; club and program hour will follow dlnnnr. All muinbern lire ui-Ki'il to utloml by MM. Ivnii riuyu, club Pond Affairs of Interest POND, Snpt. 8.—A dinner was given recently at th« home of Mr. und Mrw. Henry Matthews by a kitchen equipment demonstrator. i Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs, r/joter Barker and daughter Kvelyn Jenn, Mr. and Mrn. Kay Allen, Mr, and Mrs. Oeorga whltacre, Mr, and Afrit. McOurdy, Mr. find Mr«. Joe Mrs. H. I,. Hamlln, Mrs. i tviuin, m rn. 11. J *• riJiiiiiiit, JMIW. • ,f. W. Black, Mr*. Ttenry flelhmnn, j '" and Mr. nnd Mr*. Henry Matthews. Mrn. Constable Tom Qulnn and Mrs, Qulnn and Mrs. Qulnn and daughter* r,ot«, Patricia and Mrs. Kath- orlno Hainllno and son Tommy of Delano, Mr, and Mrs, Joe Bervel and (ions. Frank and Joe, were Bakersfleld visitors Wednesday. Joo Bervol was a business visitor Rio Bravo Center j Election Is Slated; rilO miAVn, Hopt. «.—Election j of nfflrrrn will bo heM by Illo ' TJnivo Kimn Oentr-r nt tho full'H j fll'Ht meellriR at 8 o'olork Thtirsdny j (ivnnlng In Ib'i tn-honl. A full fit- ti-ndnnc" In nuked by the rhiilrmiin. I I'.jiuilcl Niiyiliim lit urraiiglriK a pniRrum fur 111" nrra.ilon mid MI-H. I Whlllnj: Mnrtln will Imvr Hiiirgf of | refr»'Hlitnfnt«. I . itnr Hnrker find little (laught»r Kvelyn Jean rclurnnd from 11 recent visit with relatives In Texim. Mr. nnd Mm, Charles McLaugh- lln and rlniigliler Hlta of Vallejo ar- rlvod rit thn home of Mr. Mcf.,augh- lln's Virother-ln-lnw and Bister. Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Kussoll Friday ova- nlnx for u short vlnlt. Mr. and Mm, John Hills have returned from n. recent vlult with relative* In the south. A(r. nnd Mrs, Ooorgn WhlUicre were .roopiit visitors In Bakorsfleld. Frank Wllkvnxon of llolllstor was n hiiHlness vlNltor for unveral days fit the Wllki-nson Otin Club, Ho returned to hl« homn fiaturdny, taking with him a load of furnlturo for his now homo, Mln« Flossie Hoffman was a guest Thursday at thn homo of Mr- and Mrs. H. I,, Huinlln. Hho was itccom- pnnleil to her homo In Bakersflnld by h<>r c.otiNln ,MI*H Botly Hamlln who will bo her Ktieitt for several days. Iloffmun him been spending the summer with her pnr- ents, Mr .iiud Mrs A. II. Hoffman, n-hn have recently moved to Bilkers- flcM from Mojavi 1 Delano Club Women Plan Rummage Sale OKI,AN<>, Hopt. ».—Tim iimiledn Chili nt Hi" lioliuio I'lmpler, OnUtr ot KiuitiTn Htnr, nnnounre* n rmnminfc Hiil" for Thursday, Friday and Sill urildv nf tliln week In tin 4 Pr-iTlnr bullilliiB rm Miilii Htreet. Mm. Will- liirn Taylor will bo In I'hiirKo nnd will lin iinxlnteil by Mr*. H. T. M<;- j Cawloy. niutroti of tho chapter. i Mr. »ltd Mrn. A bllMlni'SH VlMltrir* ThiirmlMy Thursday. Minn Huberta Hamlln was a guest Tliurnduy nn<1 Friday at tho homo of her uncle and itunt, Mr. and MM. Harold Apnleford, nnd grandmother, Mm. Minnie O, Htnltli of Delano. Mr, and Mr*, 8. T>. Allen and daughter and *on-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs, Howard J'ond and little, son, Robert returned Wednesday eve* nlnp from an enjoyable vacation spent In Han ,7oao, Han Francisco find Nevada, One pf the interentlnir features of tho trip wa* their visit to one of the Nevada, Bold milieu. Mr. and Mm. If. N. Sparks and family movetl here this week from the Hoover ranch nnd are located In one of tho A. J. UusBetl's houneu. Mr*. Hpurks Is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Johnson. H. H. Wllkenaon motored here Friday from T-os AnKoles to look after hlH biiKlnaim Interest*. Mrs, Frank Behrnian and uon Pol were nnkorsflold visitors Thursday. K. B. Carter, former resident of Pond, who I* now residing In Uelnno win a visitor In tblfl community Thursday. Mr. farter has only re- eently been released from the TCfpno Hiinutorlum where ho wa« confined for right months. Mrs. Henry Mathews and Mrs. Tiny Allen visited renpntly at tho .1. Tliifmnll were • homos of Mrs. Henry Sethnmn. Mrs, In naknrsfleld ; H. L. Hamlln nnd Mr». Joo White. Bill Baker left by stage \Vednen decent tftientH nt the home of Mr. '•• day for Ventura where he will visit and Mrn, Harold Oyckman were ' with his mint and uncle. MOUK 1'AIIK VISITORS THATIOH LAKK NATIONAL PA UK, "re.. .Sept. S, (IT. I'.)—Visitor" to this national park havn inereuHrd over so per cent to date over the Fame period Irt/it yeiir. Total for tho season IH 1,1.1,000 vi«ltorn, which ex- cnoils nil M'vmon totals nine" 1931. KMPLOYMENT UP LINCOLN, Neb., Sept. 8. (I.'. P.)— (employment prospects are brighter this fall for students who seek part- time work while attending college, University of Nebraska officials reported after conducting a local survey. New Delano Club Director Is Elected DELANO, Heipt. 8.— MM. Charles Aiorrte, president of tho Delano Woman'8 Club, entorlttlned members of tho board ot directors at a special mooting Friday afternoon, when Mrs. Arthur was elected to fill the unexplred term of Mrs, L-. B, Qulnby, who has moved. The program for tho 1936-37 season was completed and accepted, Plans Include a homecoming party for September 17, Mrs, Morris served tea to her guests: Mesdames Frank Hoopes, Onorgo Ames, Walter Magorlon, \V. R. Woollomes, Arthur Faylo, Oeorgfe Osner, Clarence J, {loupe and David L. Shlttlet, FELLOWS Sept. 8—Mr. and Mrs, Jj. D, Mason and children Mardell and Nona left Friday to spend the week end as guests of relatives ttt Three Rivers. Mrs, I*. ,A> Barratt loft Sunday for Pico, where she will visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Barratt. Week end guests at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. A, T, JJaw were Mr. and Mrs. llansen and daughter Mary Ann of Oakland. Miss Audra Barratt was a week end guest at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. II. A, Barratt. Charles Blackmore, Bill Podan and Norman McDermott have returned from Cuyama after a two- day hunting trip. They returned with a deer shot by Bill Pedan. Predict More Drought for North Central U. S. Areas TV/ASHINGTON. (Unltei Prett ttateil Wire) W north central Sept, ?.— The states probably will have novcral inoro years of drought before tho wenther pendulum again swings toward In- crcatiod precipitation, according to studies made by tho Smithsonian Institution. But after 1940 there should not be another major drought until about 1980. This theory of weather cycles, on observations extending century, Indicates that based over droughts In the middle west occur every 23 years and become very Intense, like the present one, each 46 yenrs. The theory was propounded by Dr. Churls O. Abbot, necrotary of the Institution, after n detailed study of thn water level of tho Groat Lakes from 1937 to date. No Dust Bowl Thus, If Abbot IH correct, H appears that fears of tho north middle west becoming a permanent desert What a Comfortable Fooling! A Light Smoke) Shut Ih* door oe worry and car*. . , and open up a |r*ih pack at tucklcil You hav* no hiavy fooling whin you imok* (or Into Ih. night. A U0M Smokt l«av«i a clton taite, and Luckld arCjfc tight 5meK«. are groundless, except so far as the "dust bowl" may be caused by plowing up land. The region baa experienced alternate, periods of dryness and adequate rainfall for cen- turlew. "Temperature and precipitation variations at any particular place on tho earth's surface have a marked tendency to repeat themselves every 23 years, which Is dou- bio tho HVi-year sunspjjt cyclo well known to astronomers," tho Institution said. ' "This actually has happened In tho north central United States, the water level records show, In the four 28-year periods since 1937. The general contours of tho curves of tho water-level variations for each of the 23-year Intervals are very Hlmllnr "It so happens that tho most ex- tremo variations repeat at 40-year Intervals, or double tho 23-year cycle, In that particular area," Study Lake Huron Detailed studies made by Abbot of Lako Huron showed that In 183738 Its level was very high, Indicating heavy rainfall. Then It declined steadily until tho 1848 drought. Rainfall then Increased Btoadlly for five years. Then tharo was a minor decline, followed by another upward swing until the end of the 23-year period. Tho next cycle came between 1800 and 1882. It followed tho same course tin the previous ones, but Its extremes of wetness nnd dryness worij less marked. Serious drought Clime in 1898-89. "Tho present 23-year Intnrvnl started In 1920," tho Institution said. "According to the 46-year hypothesis, tho region should have been getting dryer over clncc. It has. If tho cyclo continues true to form, the low point should bo reached some time between 1038 and 1040, followed by a rapid up swing. Most encouraging Is tho hope held out. by tho oycln pattern that there i will not be another major drought, I after this one Is overcome, until 19SO." Nine Hundred Enrollment Is Foreseen in Primary Grades of City „ (tipeotal to Tht OaHfornian) DELANO Sept, 8.—More than 800 children are expected to enroll in tho kindergarten and elementary schools of tho union grammar school district on September 14.' Children who are 4 years and 9 mlnths of ago on the opening date will be admitted to kindergarten, and children who are 6 years and 9 months old will bo admitted to the first grade. There will be four ne wteachers Miss Alma Wolke, who has taught for several years at Plxley, will havo charge of the muslo at tho Cecil avenue school. Miss Charlotte BchliU, graduate of the local high school and of Fresno State Teach' era' Col logo, will teach muslo at tho West Side school. Carl Plsor. who taught for several years in the Mo- Farland schools, and James Rusk," successor to J. Reese, who resigned to accept a school at Oils', are the other two now teachers. Mr. Husk Is from Palo Alto and Is a graduate of tho University of Colorado and has taken work at Stanford University. Hohools and their teachers In the Union Grammar School District are as follows: AVest Side, Mrs. Henry King, eighth grade; Dlok Weber, seventh; Carl Pisor, sixth; Miss Charlotta Schlltz, fifth: Mrs. Ooorgo Branch, fourth: Miss Jane Knight, third; Miss Dora Kilroy, second; Miss Edna. Long, first. Cecil Avenue, Dean Nielsen, principal and eighth grade: Miss Alma "Wolko, seventh; Melville Homfeld, seventh: Mlsa bora Anderson, eighth and sixth: Miss Edith Coffman, sixth: Miss Evelyn Palmer, . fifth; Mrn, James Burum, fourth* Mrs. P. M. Kyle, third: Miss Lyda Grlawold, second; Misses Nettle Qria- wold and Mary Cochrane, first. Colony, James Rusk, principal and fourth grade; Mlas Murvlne Jones,"*" third; Miss Marcella Stlner, second: Miss Ann Rutleilgo, first; Miss Alice Long, kindergarten; and Qua Forsblad, band and orchestra. ' . •+•«•+ • Expensive Foods Shipped Via Air (United 1'resi /.eased Wire) CHICAGO. Sept. 8,—Flying food is tho latest, coupled with air shopping for toothsome vlandw, United Air Lines' dlr oxpresB manifests reveal. During recent weeks the cargo pits of-the ooast-to-ooast passenger transports huvo curried such Hams as blue fish from New York and silver salmon from Puget Sound waters at Seattle. On tho samu piano, maybe there were flowers being flown overnight XF&P 1 California to Now York or u. shipment of more than 100 pounds of sweet peas from Colorado for Golhnm's market. •••for your peace of mind! 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