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CALIPORN1AN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 19S6 • T TE p VK-"^- U L * ~< • ''••* i- fbJ.fe.Jb*> f 1* •.:•» m mm N urn RITES Delano Principal eation i- •. DELANO, Sept. '• 0.—Principal Harold Olson of Bolano Joint Union High School was tho guottt speaker Frl- day at tho Exchange Club. Mr, Ol- AVEFINDS HONOR AG •White> Eastwood Nuptials son spoke on the Delano Recreation F. L. Dunnell Is Surprised ou ' - * » ¥•.*** h^A-.**t4.-. _.^A( ^ Are Solemnized Close Relatives cforc l (Hpecial to The Californianj T, Sept. 0.—The marriage of Miss Ila May White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Whlto of 112 Buena Vista avenue, to Melville B. Eastwood, son of Mrs. Lucy B. Eastwood and tho late M. B. East-. •wood, was solemnized at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon at the First Baptist Church, with the Rev. Jesse Smith reading the service. Tho simple ceremony was witnessed only by members of both families and was followed by a reception held at the homo of tho bride's parents. Bride Gowned in Velvet The bride was attractively attired in a Dubonnet chiffon velvet two- piece suit with accessories in the same shade. , She woro a corsage of orchids. Her attendant was her sister, Miss Louise "White, and the bridegroom was attended by Lee Kirkpa trick. Tho wedding table where refreshments were served was centered \vlth a cut crystal bowl, filled with white flowers and green fern, and tall white, candles In matching Jiolders wero placed on either sldo. A wedding bell over the table was covered with smilax and the -wedding cake held the traditional tiny figures of the bride and groom. To Live in Brawley The newlyweds left at once for a wedding trip to Santa Barbara, Cat- altna island and Coronado Beach. They will bo at homo after October 1 at 566 North Fifth street, Brawley. Tho bride Is a graduate o£ Taft . Union High School and has been employed by tho Southern California Gas Company for the past six years. Mr. Eastwood was graduated from Taft Junior College and Is well known In tho community. He is employed by the Firestone Service Stores In Brawley. Association, stating that tho use of idle time Is the teat of civilisation, and that In fcupplyinff playgrounds we can best train cltlaens. Ninety- seven per cent of convicts in our prisons never belonged to Boy Scouts, church clubs or other character building or&anlssallons for youth, he said. Tho Kern county recreation committee, working with the WPA, plans to spend from $70,000 to $74,000 for recreation during tho coming year. Public recreation activities, according to Mr. Olson, should be a permanent institution, supported by taxation rather than by private Rifts. Birthday Marked by Dinner Party ROSBDALB, Sept. 0,—Mrs. Claude Barnes entertained a group of relatives Saturday evening at her homo in Bakcrsfield with a birthday dinner In honor of tho seventieth birthday anniversary of hor father, G. J. Nason. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Nason, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thompson and children, Oliver, Orleno and George, Peto Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Barnes, Jnnct Barnes, Clarence Barnes, Claude Barnes and Jim Barnes. Rosedale Faculty Retained in Full ROSKDAI/E, Sept. 9.—The Hoso- dale School will open its fall session on Monday, September 14, and tho same teachers will bo In charge. They are aa follows: First and second grade, Mrs. Clementine Newman, second and third grade. Miss Mary Fast; fourth grade, Miss Gertrude Hogler; fifth and sixth grades, Miss Claire Koffcl; sixth and seventh grades, G. A. MacKenzle; eighth grade and principal, John M. Miller. Matte ROSEDALE, Sept. 0.— Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larson and children, Donald and Adolla, pasHed last week at the Carl Larson ranch at Weldon. Miss Lillian Lewis passed the \veek end in Lynwood with her cousin, Mrs, Joe Ban Gampler. Mr. and Mrs. John Neufeld, Miss Johnadean Neufeld. Stanford Dow and Mrs. Neufeld's mother, Mrs. Henry Cornelson, motored to Englc* wood on Monday where they attended the National Air Races. Bates Duvey and Al Kruger motored to Fresno Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson L. Lowe motored to Sacramento on Wednesday to attend tho State fair. Mr. and Mrs. -Arthur Harbaugh returned last week from a vacation in northern California and Oregon. They motored north on tho coast route and the Redwood highway and returned the inland route and utopped In Lodi where thoy visited with Mrs. L. H. Stone and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cornelson and family, and Mrs. Henry Cornelson and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Neufeld and daughters motored to Long Beach one week end recently. Ed Beckendorf and his daughter, Miss Grace Beckendorf, and Jirn Gillespie motored to Lynwood over the week end, where they called on Mrs. I jaw; Mr. and Airs. R. H. Rockwell, Miss Charry Rockwell and Lucien Knight passed the week end in Sequoia National Park. Miss Anna Thompson, Victor Davis and Fred Thompson of Los Angeles are passing a week with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jbnea and family. L. F. Bayless has returned to Rosedale and has resumed hlB position in tho Rosedale store. The Bayless family is residing In ono of John Erick's houses. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jackson of Magunden recently called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ren fro and Mrs. Margaret Priddy. Mrs. Clark Williams and her daughter, Miss Eudora Baldwin, motored to Santa Barbara on Tuesday, where Miss Baldwin will remain to attend college. Monday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Henth wero Mr. and Mrs. Jack FIsse and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heath and daughter, all of Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Barnoa and children of BnkersfMd called on Mr. nnd Airs. G. J. Naeon and Peto Larson on Sunday. Eightieth Birthday by Church Group MOJAVE, Sept. 9.—Frederick Luther Dunnell, octogenarian, who for the past 10 years has taught the adult Biblo class of the Community Congregational Church Sunday school, was complimented by tho members of tho church at a surprise birthday party held in the so- clnl hall of tho church on Saturday evening. Mr. Dunnoll was born in Millburl, Mass.. In the year 18GG and camo to California 24 years ago. He has resided in Mojave for tho past 19 years and is a former Bakersfleld resident. Present Gifts Many interesting: .games were played and were awarded to the Reverend A\ f . Judson Oldfield and Mrs. Uoliprt Adduddoll. Mr. Dunnell received a beautiful blanket and sweater, presented by tho Hevorend Oldfleld on behalf of tho church. By special request Mrs. Dunnoll gave two reading*. "Hor Folks and Hls'n," by Bon King nnd "Ain't tt Finn Today." by Douglas Mullock. Light refreshments woro served at tho close of the evening. Mos- dames "\V. H. K«nu«jdy, Walter Batoy and Sherman Ewing wen? the committee on arrangements. Guost List Ijtirgo G nests wore the Reverend and Mrs. AV. Judson Oldfield, Mrs. Dun- noil and Messrs, and Mcsdamos Walter Batoy, A. V. Brown, W. II. Kennedy. W. Meadows and Mes- Many Friends at Wasco Nuptials of Young Couple to Th6 California*) HEWS SHOWER VICTIMS W ASCO, Sept. 8, ' Miss Elizabeth Ortindt and Richard Heea wero married Sunday evening at a beautiful cermiiony in tho Congregational Church performed by Dr. T. H. Rat- cllffe. The chapel had been lighted with tall white candles and bankets of whito chrysanthemums were placed before tho altar. Miss GrumU wore a long white satin gown and a becoming short veil held in place with a \vrenth of orange bioHHoniH. Sho carried a shower bouquet of Cecil Hrunner roses and Hlios of tho valley. The maid of honor wua Miss Frances Howard of bos Angeles, who wore a gown of peach satin. Tho bridesmaids wero Miss KunotUt Tinnoy of IVikersfiold, who was gowned in yellow, nnd Miss Dorothy Probblo of Santa Ana, who woro a blue gown. Each woro picture hats and carried harmonizing bouquets. Tho groom wnu accompanied by Joo Barker as bent man. Flower girls wero Donna Ruth and Grticia Mao Qlddings. Ushnrs were Hugh Robertson and Al Schroeder. Mrs. IT. H. aitldlngs was organist and played the wedding inarch. Mrs. T. U. Hatellffo Bang at tho wedding oer- emony nnd Doctor Uatcllffo played violin solos at tho reception. Heceplton KollowB Following tho weddtng t coremony n reception wa« held In tho banquet hall at Flowor-bodtrcked tables. Tho wedding calco made by tho groom's father. C, F. HOGH, was a largo thrco-tterod heart shaped caUo and was unusually beautiful. The young couple will their now homo in "Wnsco, Scebestlst all of Santa Barbara, Mr. establish Mr. UCQM being nM!?oclntod with hlw filth business nt the AVnsco Bakery tlamcs Sherman Ewlng. TInns Vissnr, j honoymoon is being wpont in Stevo CeccarelU, A. A. Tlouck. Pearl j Francisco this wook. in A n the "Mao Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lewis and son Harmon motored to Lynwood last week, where; thoy visited with Mr. Lewis' mother, Mra., G. A. Lewis, and also with Mr. Lewis' cousin, Mrs. Joo Ban Gamplor In Los An- gelcs. They also parsed one day In Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wickert and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wickert and children of Enid, Okla., passed a week hero with Mr. and Mrs. John Neufeld and daughter, Johnadean. Mrs. Charles Wickert Is a sister of Mrs. Neufeld. Mrs* 1 Chris Larson entertained a group of her relatives recently with a farewell dinner for her brother, Harold Linnell, who Is moving to Oregon. Those attending wore Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Linnell, Marjorlo Lin- noil, Junior tiinnell, Charles Limu'11, all of Oildale; Mr, and Mrn. Glenn Hartley, Mr. nnd Mrs. EH Actls and Miss Wllu Mae Mays of Bakersfieltl und Mr. and Mrs. Chrl.s Larson and children, Donald and Adolla. Mrs. H. Kruger and daughters Frances and Bertha returned Hatur- day after an extended vacation In Long Beach. Mrs. Francis Dembroge and son Robert, of Palo Alto and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mischler of Denver and Mls« LaVello Froehlich of Balance Hock visited with Mrs. Roso Froehlick and family last week. Recent callera of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ren fro and son Buddy and Mrs. Margaret JPrlddy woro Mr. and Mrs. Russell Priddy and daughter, Mary, of Glandule; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Priddy, Hurr;* Priddy. Jr.. and Miss Jivm Priddy, all of Bakorwflold. Local Grangers who attended the Pomona Grange meeting- at Magun- don Monday evening 1 \vero Mr. and ATrs. Milton Heath. Mr. and MTH T. N. Knight. Mr. and Mrs. 'Arthur Ronfro and Mrs. Margaret Priddy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Paulun and Mr. and Mrs. M. Tfemmerlmg of Anaheim and Mrs. Julia Hammerling of Los Angeles passed tho week end at tho R t Kruffer homo. On Sunday this parly of relatives, accompanied by Mrs. R. Krugfer motored to Reedley where they called on Mr. and Mrs. John Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ron fro'F daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mr«. Harold Prlco and son of Tula Mr. PHco Is employed. At present thoy aro living with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Priddy nnd family. Boane, Al Sylva, John AVhito, Robert Adduddell nnd Gooi-go W. Everett, and Charles Evorott, Misses Kathleen While, Neva Fuller, Grace Everett, Dorothy Jean "White nnd Ina Loo Batcy and Arnold Adduddell. Out-of-town guests woro Mrs. Eva M. Marks of HarrSsburg, Pa.; Miss Juanila Kennody of Bakersfield, and Master David White of HuntintfUm Park. Rosedale Ladies Resume Meetings The bride ts the daughter of Mr. nnd MrH. Henry Orundt and received her education in the \Vosco Hchools. The guest H»t included a largo number of local friends as well as many out of town guests, including Mr. and Mrs. K. <\ Johnson of Han Francisco, Marjorlo Howard of Loa Angeles, Francis Howard of Los George Prebble of Santa Ann, (5ov Angeles, John Kwanson of .Santa aldlno Griffith of Snnta Ana. Moliii Barbara, Annie Van Winkle of OJai, BoggH of tterkeley. Alico Grundt Mr. and Mrs. E. Van Ayko of Suuta Berkeley, P. G. Grundt of Ixm Ango Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Wilt-! Ics, Mr«. Kmlly Anderson of T*>» An and Mrs. E, »T, Hecss of Oxnard, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Heess of OJai. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Scott and Mrs. Amalio Scott all of lx>ng Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Art Howard of Los Angeles, Mr. am! Mrs. George Howard of Bolflowpr, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Johnson, Lucille and Klslo, of WInne- mucca, Nov., Mr. and Mrs. John Simon of Santa Barbara, Mr. nnd Mra. ISdgar Anderson and Joanne of Bakersflold, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Buckley of BnUersfleld, Mr. nnd Mrs, K. Tlnney and Mlsa Kunotta Tlnney of Bakcrsflold. ljuclllo Freeman of Woodland, Lucille and Edith RanHin of Maricopa, Mary and Marjorlo Grant of Sbaf- ter, Mr. and Mrs. 1C. Cooper of Fresno, Lou and Irene Probblo of Tustln, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vrebblo of San IMogo. Ruth BlaiHdoll of York Village, Maine, Dorothy Wright of Richmond, Pat Cowan of Tohachapl. Prom Wasco woro Doctor and Mr«. T, H, Ratcllffe, Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Giddlnfffli Mr. and Mrs. Goorpro Hob* ert«on, Mtos .lean Roboruon, Minn Motile Herman, Kdna Schultr., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, Billy Miller, Marjory and Jane Miller, (M hers Present MiHs Kna Morton, Wanda Legate, Mr. and MTH. Herbert Prltsohke, Ruth Scott, Mm. Jeanotto Stonor. Harry Fowler, Luoretu Urlnao, Innn KlawHon, KHrubeih Otto, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Flnher, V. H. Briggs. Harold Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. 11. G. Hull, Mr. and Mrs, H. .1. Rsphshor, Hill Johnson, Mr*. Fanny Howard. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdillo \N'olt. Al Srhroo- dor, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Hoenr*. Mr. Mrs. F. C. Hoes, N. P. Cormack, and Mrs. 13. S. FOUR-, Mr. anil .luck Bennett. Mr. and Mm. H. Grundt and family, Stnnton on, Doris Olemons. Joe Barker, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Barker. Other out-of-town RuentB wero Mr. and Mrs. Harold Onmdt of J^OH An- gelcfi, Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Prebble, Sammy Probblo and Dorothy Probblo of Santa Ana, Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Qulnn of Holly wood, Mrs. Bertha Woods of Los AiiKe-toB, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Wallace of Fellows Arc Honored by Large Group and Dr. Mr» D, (o The California 1 *) , Sept. $.—Mr. and Mrs. Joss Wallace of Fellows, who ro- cenily lost their homo by fire, were tho honored guest a at a miscellaneous shower Saturday evening at tho Odd Fellows hn-ll. After a social evening and tho opening of numerous gift a refreshment wero served In tho batuiuot room. Miss Madge Hathbern entertained with several piano selections and Nona "Woods presented two piano solos. Thoso present woro Messrs, and Mosdames John Frakes of Tnft, Joe Invln, n. l\. Baker and sou Harold, George MacKay, Kenneth C. King of Taft and children Barbara Jean und Kenneth, Tom Ijambert, C, V. Spangle of Taft and G. A, Sales; Mettda.mea T, W. Hendrlx and sons Billy and Rex. C. A. T,Indsny, Zena M. Crnnn of Taft. G. P. LnRartho, Joe Scot l. J. F. Kavamiffh, Ralph Wood and childron Jack and Noirm, Paul BrownfloUl, Kleanor Piirmenter and Alvln Rath hern. Momlamos H, 1*. Harnoburg, Virgil IT. Hnltor and pon Dale, W. L. Wnlkcr and Merman Smith; tho Misses TjOllM Hntnm, Winifred Formway and Madge Rathbcrn: Messrs. llarlm Hoomn of Taft, Frank C. Gerdos, Rnlph Wood. T^nno Burehott of Delano. K. Forosborg of Taft and Wlllljii-n Graham of Taft. Those sending gifts hut unable to attend wero Mpssrs. and Mosdamos CSeorgc York, Frod Formway. Fmt Oulhbert, .loo Anderson, I*. Rosevear, M. McNutt, W. Gould. Frank Hallord, Joo Uedrlck. b. t\ Sutllff, Perry Htckernon, Chnrlos Brown nnd Jack Menzles: Mowlamo* BUI Harbison, Myrtle- Moodlo, Jim Irwln. Ross Winelow. Marvin Ooodo and May Ayers; MORHI'H. John Hubher, Boh uml Newborn tflaloy und J. N. WllJ- lainn; tho M!HBOH 11 enter Plttmuti, AVCTH and Avis Invln. Bridge Is Enjoyed by Women of Club DELANO. Sept, 9,—Mrs. Henry King entertained members of tho Columbine Bridge Club on Friday Afternoon at her home. Score honors went to Mrs. H. K. Nelson and Mrs. J. C. Sharp. Seasonal flowers wcro used far decorations and refreshments were served. Present were Mesdtunes Herbert Kramer, Raymond Grimes, Frank IX Burnett, Satnuol T. McCawtoy, Henry Le Blnnc of PIxloy, Bert Beekxvlth, H. K. Kelson, J, C. Sharp and tho hostess. Miss Bertha Ratekff Bride ^ of Alvin Muffet in Church Rites VA ,*r , f I*. "'* •nr » FOR OPENING fong of Mayor, Arizona. I jJirffO OlIOKl. I Mr. and MI-H. Richard t>eMchl<»r Richard Oenchler, Mr. and MrH. A golos, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gerry of Corning anil Mrs. 10. K. Gerry and Gertrude nnd Willanl Gorry of (.'atnarUlo. Welder Is Burned by Molten Metal Teachers Meeting Scheduled for Saturday al School; Term oti Monday (Special (o The Calf/ornianj VINELANI), MODI. 9.—Tho first I tcnuharfl* mooting at Vlnrland srhnol will bo h**ld at 10 o'clock Saturday mornlnK- Tho torn* will opon Monday nnd children should InMnp tholr hinchcH If not eating In tho cafeteria. This will Iw in oharffe of Mrs. Hny- lun, according to Mrs. lono Kolly, principal. Children who will bo 6 yoars old by MArrli U. lfl.17, mny cntor the first grade. 13nrolhw»nt on tho upenliiK' <lfty IH t»r«:od by Mm. Kolly. A now 4R«pnJ«<enifi'r lum hnn been bought and tho bauson will run on ! About tho Pnn^o Bchodulo IIH ln«t yi»ar. Tho Interior of tho Hchool hn« been renovated nnd the tuulUorlum completely refinlfthod. Vlnetand IUIM a faculty of eight this year, UN follown: Mm. lono Kelly, eighth jfrudo nnd principal; Jack M. Hill, Hoventh. manual tnilniui? and physical education; Mlsw Kdna L. Hteln. wlxth find physical education; Mrs. KB!her K. Kcoter, fifth, phynlcal education and muato; Mrs. Kaehuel 1). Uriffln, fourth and physical edu* cation; Minn Thelnut Davis, third and nrt; Mr*. Maria Hoe Ulnjwmv, Hocond and music; Mrw. Iris Marshall^ first Kraita, Jioust'hoUl arl» and physlcul educailon. Tho trustoos aro Frank U. Stockton, rlork; Mads Sl'tiutarup and V\ir- n>Ht Kriok. f Special to The HO8EDALE. Sept. 9.—At a pretty 8 o'clock ceremony performed by the Reverend J. IX Hofor at tha Mennonlto Church In Hoaedale. Miss Bertha HaUlaff. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Hatr.laff of Rosedale* became the bride of Alvln Muffett of Fresno last Thursday evening. : A recital presented before th6 vows Included a duet, "Whispering; Hop*/' by Lavlna Ratzlaff of Heedley and Hulda Katzlaff, a slater of the bride; a song by the choir; a recitation by Mrs. O. Ornheinter, nlao of Reedley, and a men's qtwus let number. Ststflr Is Rrldesniald The bridal party assembled to the Ptrains of Mendelssohn's Wedding* March. Tho bride, who waa dressed In ft white eatln gown with a high' neckline and puffed sleeves and trailed a long veil, carried pink rosebuds. The bridesmaid, who wa$ her Nislor, Miss Mary Ratzlaff, wore a long white net dress over pink and carried a mixed bouquet. Littlt* Barbara Jean Ratzlaff, the bride's niece, was flower girl andl wore a while net dress. Clayton- Grnhelmer was ring bearer, while Albert Ratzlaff of Shafter attended tho groom. ,'.' Refreshments were served to all the guests after the ceremony. Rrlde I«ong Resident Mrs. Muffett in well known in Ro*edata, having passed her early childhood hero. Receiving most of hor odxio.ition In Reedley, she returned to UoBodalo three years ago. After a brief honeymoon In Fresno the couple will make their home in Rottednle, Mr. Muffett being employed here. Doll Fair Draws Entrants at Taft UOSKDALK. Sept. 0.—The first Farm Home Department mooting for the fall season was hold Friday in the school cafeteria. Miss Dorothy Wilkenson, homo demonstration agent, talked on canned foods ] and many different kinds were Hum- l ! HID BHAVO. SenV 9.—Mr. and l Glenn Clark and C. A. Griffith and The'following officers were oloclod j Mrs. .John B. Lewis and their grand- j His daughter, Carloy. all of" Bakers- F for tho coming year: Mrs. Chris i «on, Koland Lewis, recently spent Larson, chairman; Mrs. J. J. Nord. vice-chairman, and Mrs. Leslie Heath, secretary. Those attending tho day's session and potluck luncheon wero Mes- dunies Bert McCluhan. J. J. Xord, H. J. ^Karlell, Andrew Hclmforth, D. J. Clasaen. A'l Ren fro. T. S. Coombs, IQlmcr Ronfro, Marjorie Stockton. C. A. SchulU, Milton lealh, CJ. W. Michael, Phil Shnlla- ai'Kor, and MIRHOH Dorothy Wllk- ensun and Alberta McCluhan. 1 > . MAGUNDEN '*• atAGUNDKN, Bept. 9.—Mr. 'and MI*H. U. Drum and BOMB puBKod tho weok end In tho south. Mrs. J. C. Frcyor of Snnla Barbara arrived Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. R. W. BurgesH, and family. K. L.-Burgess wow taken ill suddenly Friday night and ww» removed to a local hoHpital early Saturday. Ho In rapidly Improving, Patsy Thornbursr IK convalfBcIng from a tonsil operation performed last Wednesday. Mrs. JninoB Rich of Ventura was tho guest last week of hor siHtor and brothoMn-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McCombs. Mr. nnd Mrw. Orvlllo ISston and son Norman. Mrs. L. 1C. Run km and M. F. riark returned Monday from a few days passed in the bay region. Thoy visited relatives in Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. Kston nnd son woro overnight guosts of Mr. and William llamblln of Berkeley. Hamhltn will bo remembered Grovos. Hovoral days In tiaiila Barbara on buslnosH. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Morehoud and children, who have resided In this district for several months, havo moved to Tehachapl, whoro Mr. Moorchead has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Smith of Alpaugh -railed on Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Coblo on Hnturday. Loo Wilson of Hakcrrifield posited tho weok etui nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilson. Mr, and MrH. D«n Smothers and daughter, ftoba. of BukorKflold. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hu«?lt and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maihln and children havo returned from a two wooks' trip to Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mugg, Philip, Joyce and .loan Hnag. und Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,1. Kchlorlmunn and daughter, Klnor Francos, wero Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and MVs. Carl Miller at Hnngor. Tho Huaff family also visited relatives In Frosno. Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Xachory and sons Donald and Philip woro rftcont guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Coam In Bakornflold, Mr. and Mm. T. M. Martin and Frank J. Bchlerlmann attended tho county farm renter direr tors' mooting In llakersfleld on Raturday. Mr. and Mrw. I^o»ter Martin and their duughtore. Gall mid Iris of Uichgrovo, recently vlsltert at lhc> homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Martin. J. O. Woods and son Krnest of Follows recently called on Walter M. I n I Mrs. Mrs. Bob and Jack Jonnen and Bllllo of Hlnrra Mudrrt vlwitftd Mr. and MI-H. Walter 15. Haftff on Sunday afternoon. i.., ri » Mr. and MrH. doorffo Klxon and family of Taft were recent ffueate of Mr. and Mm. T. M. Martin. Keren t Clients of Mr. and Mr*. field. Miss Uoba Griffith of Bakorsfleld puKHod tho day Sunday at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whlto and family. Tho MtsBon Thelmn Mattison of Afarlcopa nnd Myrl Potorson of Tnft railed at the W. B. Wllsuii home on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. liMgcr Choalo nnd son of UoBpdulo onlled r»n Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rolslon on Sundny. Mr. and Mrs. I-oonnrd 'IVniplo nnd daUKhtor Bnrlmra Joan of Mountain View woro weok » i nd ffuoets of Mr. and Mrs. Ulonn Wood. Mr. and Mrs. \VoHloy Sniip nnd children of Bhnfter woro HXiuduy din- nor ^uosts of Mr. and Mrs. Hay Me- Cluro. Mr. und Mrs. Jack Abnl of IJOH An- golos cftllc'd al tho Walter Whlto and W. B. WlUon homos on Monday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Jurnos P. Mooro and daughter Knrlyn of ttaker&flold wer« Hundav dinner RUPSIH of Mr. and Mrs. O. Cl. Mooro und dauKhler Maxlno. Mr. and Mrs. C. n. Wi*rd«»n and family of Kenneth. Kan., are vlsllln nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Holf- rrt Holston. MIfts tiudora Baldwin loft Tucudny to enter Hantn Barbara State Toaoh- ors' ColloKO Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White. H. IX. Huydam, Donald Huydani and Vorcll and 1 ronft Wilson attended Urn Christian Kndcavou aonferonco on Greenhorn Mountain during tho weolc olid. Minn Wilson recently re- , turnod from two wooks spent with ! Mr. and Mrs. C, (i. Merrill and fain- j ily on HuKfirloaf Mountain. \ Miss Maxino Mooro l**ft on TUCK- j day for Ix>s AnRoU's. where who \vI11 j attend the Cnlvornlty of California. ! Mr. nna Mrw. Floyd 8eor« and : dauffhlcr Rosalyn nnd Roy Kowmnn i panned tho wook oml with Mrs. Now- i man rind ROIIH Conrad and Curlls } at I*fiko of ih«* Woods. l Mr. and Mrs. I-yle Calder pannod i MAU1COPA. Kopt, 9. — houls Wulkor s\iffoiled piilnful bvirns about tho fni'o nnd on tho arms and narrowly osrup^il IU^IUR tht* rtlRht of l»ts rlKht <»yo Sunday when hot miMal with which ho and » follow workmnn woro wUlins: o\plndcd nnd nprnyod his fuoo and nrinn. Mr. Walker Is employed by tho iSonvrti Peiroloum Corporation. Ho \vn« tnlton to the company hospital at l Taft and lalor i*cmoved to his home* aro not considered j Mt View Meeting of Aid Summoned MurXTAIN V1F.\\". Ho pi. S».-«A iiK of tho Uadtos Aid Society will bo lu»ld Thurrtday aftornoun at tho homo of MrH. M. F. Parish Plant* for fall anil wlntor will be made. TAFT, Sept. 9.—Taft's doll fair to bo hold Friday at tho WPA class rooms at 416 North street, i» at* tntcilng' the altent ion of a great many Tafl girls. Tho young: seam- Nlro*se« up to 14 yearn of age ar«s planning on dressing their dolls in their very host fliiory In hopes that might win ono of tho many offered in iho different, divi- In oiMi'j to enter the contest U la only ueccHsary to call at 416 North Htivo.t, bf*t\voon the hours of 10 to U and 1 to -1 o'clock. 1 •- BCrlOUH. Mountain View MOUNTAIN and Mrw. U, I 1 i RICHGROVE ^- • ^m ^ v,j ^ —^ m ^f ^ ^f f— ^H ^ ^^ TB ^^- ^ ^^^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^T^ ^ • ^ »• • - TT ^H -l -m - ^^ ^ ^ — ^n - r I- - ^r - mf - - ^— — ^T 1 - ^ — Y ! CJurk WilllAmi wnro Mr. and Mrw. i th*» day Hunday »l th" Jack llnnch Delano Residents News K1CUQROVE. Kept. 0. Mrs, R. H. Heed and their two and chll i DELANO. Sopt. 9.—-Mr. and Mrs. D. Smith and son Donald and their grandson. l*?w Smith, motored to Stockton on Saturday nfternoon for a week end .holiday visit with their son Marion Kmlth and family, Mrs. Smith will go on to Oakland and PUHS a week there as tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dudley Mlddleton, and family. Miss Esther Bassotl, who )ma boon attending summer school at tho University of California at bos AIIKO- lea, Is here for a visit with hor parent**. Mr. and Mrs, Charles M. Bas- sott, before entering upon hor duties as teacher of Knprlltili nt Kern County Union High School. Mr. and Mrs. Constantino Frelta« nnd their son Maurice have returned to their home at Yerlngton, Xev.. ttfter a brief visit hero with ihelr relative*, Frank Salsa. Sr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. )i. K. Nelson and their two children are enjoyinsr the holiday week ond at Santa Barbara as guests of Mrs. Nelson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodora Peterson. Hi*, and Mrs. Hay Pmtt, Sr., spent Sunday at their wummer cabin on mountain. Mr. and Mr**. David I-Yancen Tut- tie. their daughter Melon nnd son and of Mr». Afr«. Sloven D. woro roront parom.H, AI r. XIII. Howard Donnandv of tho firm of Graham & Dormnndy IH in BnkerH- field superintending tho construr- tlon of a now plant for iho Kern Crtunty Rook nnd Oravol Company, llo will )»rt thorn throe months. Mr. and MI-H. John Wurtole. ao* companled by Mr. \Vurtel»'« father. David Wurtojo. ar« on an overland trip to their former honm state, Kentucky. They aro Mopping on tho way In Colorado nnd Bnvenil other Btates. They will ho away several weeks. Mrs. Thoinan Qulnn entertained as her woftk end guest Mr*. Thomas Martine of the Sierra Vista ranch of the Earl Fruit Company. Mr*. Ernest Jdnann and he» daughter Erneatlne were Saturday all-day vinltom In Bakeramid. Mrs. William Schadlft i« ill at the family home on lower Main fttrett. Mr. and Mra. Foster Doty have returned home from a two weeks* sojourn at their summer homo at Hot Hpriiign. Their daughter Betty and their sons Ttobert and Jack re- j tnalned for a week lemtrer nwd aro J chaperoned by A1re. Maudo Yocman.' Mr. und Mrs. Herbert tankey and dren of Peru. South America, Who havp ftpcnt nwirly slj( years th«rn loft Sntnrday afternoon for HIv«*r- Kill's I RiJt> ft-f*er u brief visit hero with Uorlor Hoed'fl uncle, John \\ r . Rood, and family. After tholr arrival from Houth America thoy toured thi-ough Fruitvale Personal Notes VMIOW. Sopt. H.—Mr. Thornhurff an? liomo from a two woekw' visit In U\»» south. MrH. Hlancho James and Cllenn Uuffy «f Kan l p riinoiH«*o u*»ro wooU end KUffjtM of Mr. and Mm. Thornburg. Mr«. William Hiwun IH paNHtng two wookH with rt*lt\tlvea In Hun la Monica. I I««r Htnall* brothers, who had boon hero for sovoral weeks, ro- turnotl homo. 10. J. iluckelm. Mrw. J. l,. nur»rcss and dfiUKhtor llolon and Jamon May, who had Just arrived hero from Alabama, visited WedncMdny and Thursday with Mr. and Mrw. ),. C. Iluck- vhu In Long lioach. Mr. May remained with thorn ftir a few days. Hoy Thornburff and sun Oeno woro fftitmtM Hundny nnd Monday of Mr. and MI-H. G P. Thoniburg and family, Young ThoruburR and Mr. Murdock aro door hunting in the vicinity of PHHO HohloH. Mrn. Phobo Wolls U;UH tho dinner KUftst Hundny of Mr*. Hobeccn Cartor and family, tho occasion being Mrs. UVlls' sovonty-fourth birthday anniversary. Mr. und Mrs. 1. I'pton and sons of Arvln woro guests Kiuulay nfternoon of tho Carter family and Mrw. Wi»ll». Mr. and Mrs. riarenrn Hussol niirt Mr. Cain of Arvln wero Saturday cvonlnc dlruicr Rtir«ts of Mr. and Mrs. II. H Tomllnaon. Thoy brought homo nulh and Jock Tomllnson. who had pafiwod part of the week with thorn. Mr. and MrH. J. I-:. Pun ton wero Rnturday evrnlng dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Seoit nnd family. J. 1C. Ponton ps»«fd 8vmday In tho vicinity of Woody. Mr**. Phobo- \VP\\P, Robert and Fred Carter molororl to Tohaohapi ME AGA Noiv is a good time to have tJmt TELEPHONE ma in! JL •H- '* ' ',* 'I- VACATION, home takes on new interest and nevr importance. A small investment, but big in its returns of convenience and pleasure to you, will be that telephone you're probably been thinkingftbout. It is going to save you so much •trength and time in doing the day s errands; it will relieve many anxieties; it will pul you in closer touch with friends I Order iu installation now; don't be without it any longer. 8 a FUl.MTVAMC. S^i>t. f»,—Mi;. nnd Mrs. William Mothews wore dinner puostH of Mrs. II, H. nnlnbridge on \V<Hlnc«sday ovenlng. The dlnnnr was a birthday culobratlon in honor of itiul thence to tho Canadian Mr. Halnbridgn. Mr. and Mrs. Ma- border. j Utow* Trialorea i*» n?5)r Angolos for Albert 1C, tmblor has returned \ tin* air circus on Labor day. homo from Tracy, whoro he spent Hoveral wocks visiting hln « H. Clarenro CMary, nnd Mr. Clary. Mrs. Arthur Woodhead, her sons mer und Hoyal und daughter Joyco and hor brothor-ln-law, Tiulpli Wood head luivo roturned after »ov- eral days ftt the coa«t. Mr. tend Mrs. John W. Heed are entertaining ua their guests their daughter, Mrs. Hamilton Kdwards of St. Helena and Mr. Heed's flister-ln- law, Mr«. May Heed of Glendalo. William Whltetldft returned home Saturday night from an 18-day motor trip to Illinois to visit relatives. Ho was accompanied by his molhor- in-law, Mrs. J\> D. Short of Port«r- vllle. On the return journey Mrs. William McMillan of Cincinnati, Ohio, ulster of Mra. Short, accompanied them to California. Near Cheyenne, Wyo.. they aldoRwlpod a truck rind Mrs. Sfcort had her riprbi arm broken. Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Welch nnd ' Han f was hoBtopM to the Martha Clrcl** of the ChriBtlan Church of Bakcrsfleld on ThurmUiy aflornoon. Tho Gab-«-I.ot Club will moot with Mrs. Jack Kedalutu* for thl*» woi'k'a rnnoting. Mr. and Mr*. W. Ii. Igel and daughter Barbara roturnod on Thurn« day from a two weeks' molor trip to Han Francisco, T»ng Beach and I-o» Angola*, and visttoii friends In Ban Fernando, On Friday Mr. and Mrs- ( Donald Critchflcld and family of j ftt I^incoln. Nrb.. arrived for a visit 1 with Mr. and Mra. Igel. Mr. and Mrs. Crltfthfleld are former neigh- born of the family Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Turtle and «on Oeno of Bttkersfield were Baiurday evening guests of Mr. and Mra. Hobert Booth- Inn Heler and Victor Heir have re- whn bfi/* of her um?l«» Martin Haher horn* In Mrs, Alit'o ( 4 arprnter 1« a gtiont of r. nnd Mrs. llonry HPSS In I?*a^*t Bakorafield. Mr. and Mrn. Albort Smith worn Sunday (fiu'»ts of Mr. and Mm. Pftiiglati I'rlnv* of MiRs VirRlnln of KAirhavpn!Hnf"runt l MVimcl s»l, has roturni'd to Hoach. burn and Hotty UulBtl «f Whit- tior ri»<v«n1ly have boon R-uestn of tholr fonni-r rlfiHSinatoH. Marlon and Kiiffc-ne Hurlock. On Wot1n«-Hday tho (H nnd lioHtcuHPN with tho par* of (ho former. Mr, and Mrs. Ovis enjoyed a picnic at Kern Park. nnd Mrs, Hf*rb Dye at the Nallonol Air Monday. They mude via Hln»!ano. and Mrs. George Leo and have returned lo their In WhlUier after a visit of threo weeks with Mrs, I-ee's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Handera* Miss Georgia Cowan and l*wl* pwMrht attended the National Air at txm Angeles Monday. Mr. and Mr*. Martin Huwf Morntnfr womhlp Hervleo wan held at Mountain View Cburrh Hundity following the Hunday our. J. V. Ht>ller wan In 1 1« w 111 prcaoh next Bunday at 11 a. in. MemberH of tho Hlbli* clu8H of Mountain Vlow Himday school will nponaor a Huc-lal to be held at church Friday evpr.liiR. Mcpt 18. Kntfrtaliinit-nt IH bolnjc planned for young and old. An invitation to b«» prnHonl i« extended to all commtintiy folk. IUSINESS OFFICE IIJO TWENTItTH STREET THE PACIFIC TELEFHOHI AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ j *— ~ rsfie '•X* j - DON'T LOSE HOPE! . . . River Mr. were Mr. homo ^ home rom- a vacation trip to th0 their Erneet; and a friend Arrived Hatur- their son Jlorbert Jr. a^d daughter home from Pasadena, whoro they ^•^h •* ^ fm ^ ^ AA ^t_ ^L. h^ Jr AA.-M. ij..* T^_*^ ^- M.^. __. —^. __^_ JI__.__iv*^A ^ ^ .. _ ' i ^V L A . • •» , • 1 * • _* **fc days visiting the Rev- six chlldi^n havo returned The Southern California Gas Com flay afternoon from Frmno-and are Kdna Mao •p«naing mveml dA>'« with th«ir w4Hsk«* r«laUve«, Mr, $uul Mr*?. Brnmii HJ «t Mi\ and Mr**. >trtk ttr aro honie from a two tlon which, wan enjoyed Virgil .McPhcr*«n Hpent pany rec«nity extended it* 'main on Mr , cnd ln lx , n « Mr. l Mr)li brother J. Mtitipk at»a -daiiKh- rare finjoytng the holiday week-end Annfttt*. of PortervUle) at Santa Bud Hoblnson, father of Mrs. mlnguex reeldcnce. 15 , of Pasadena, who npent ihe) main will b*} laid to F*rti i»nd horp with th^in and occu-' Mr a.nd Mm. C, N. pied the tmlfcit 41 tho Porterville Xawircne Church on Sunday ^.,—. , - ._,„ *T1»» f«4IW^ AVBHin* «. 1 *;^* »^fcT^W>^ f f9\^*t^T| f highway a« far a« the Do-; Marvin and Alfred, «»ent tho week ! bj-^^-fl 1_ A _^ _L ^1 ]^v ^ im ^k ^^Ai._iABVm^ ^v * t — & ^A. \ B^IH^ •. ™ A b 4 . • rrn^r^-l,vrl-H ^v««v ^^ ^^ ^ff -^ f^ -^ fl r^^ ^ -*~* ^f— 1 r* T ™ ^ ^ -*t ~V ^fr T -r HJ n^ fr mtually iho end'in Ix>nir Beach a« tho iruest Itvalft. ,! 0 f Mr; Spear 1 * brother Clinton. T of I5ak- : WBSI th«s first tlmo In nine ywtrn Mr. hU brother in iho Mr. jMlward Kolar, J)., ttaid: "Ourlnc helped I had ylven v»i» a« Htt. A truly ro- i iiiarkabto remedy." ! No irtattttr how eeverw your a«afn«8H or liead- : riolHOH uro n few tlrop* of Oiirino In <nich far iir»a KuaranUMxj to help yini. H. I*. Maxwell. Deputy i Sheriff nays: Huvo ju«t 1 my flt-Ht bottle and glad to wtntp I can now hoar niy watch tick. I Today wu« tho find tltn« 1 J»eard tho rhurch l>^ll ring In two years,"—' Stop worrying, usr- Ourlne, 600,000 l*oplo havu enjoyed prompt rftllo KIMBALL & STONE . . fir*t time ersfield were tJibor day gueaU of. Spear had vleitod Mr. and Mri. M. n. Cowan. * southern city* he 'Particular Phone 58 or 54 <-.*. -t- i -- 1 - . -• •'•-' .1 •r - - k. »•. - '* -x- I - -> . • • * • -- •>•• -. •- . L _ -., ,. -^t'.'.iJf i-^i./jXf-.V^'if'rJ.v 1 .-*;,''- --,i,-i,.- 1 ,' j .-*•> .&••* _' t- ' 0 * "^ k- ' , \:- '<' ,-.••»* i'- . ' .- ^b'Tb _r^^r_jfr-_^\\> • ^*'V' '' -^X_JBJI-J*- t. " I -> ' -1 Kodak them STONE KIMB RO Bakersfleld, C»Hf.

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