BAKERSFIBLD CALlPOIiNlAN, THUttSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 19»tf ^^^^^^^U^^^^^A|M^H ^^^^^^^™^» ^^^^^^»^~ ^•^^^^HL Delano Members of Luncheon Group Shatter Students Sends Fro News Entertained by McFarland Register Friday Many to College ave ws rnv rea KERNVILLK, Sept. 10.—Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stavert of Keysvlile had L as week ^nd guents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hern don and daughter Betty Ann-and Mr. and Mrss. -Walter Stavert and son Eddie of Olendale. The visitors hunted doves during their stay on the Kern and enjoyed dove dinners family style. Other people from Los Angeles and vicinity who spent the week end dove hunting along the Kern were Frank McClure, Tommy Carpenter and Ben Carpenter. These men with Mra. McClure, Mrs. Tommy Carpenter and Mrs. Ben Carpenter were the guests of Mrs. W. L. McDonald at her home on the river. Mrs. II. M. Plnson and her daughter Gwendolyn also were week end guests of Mrs. McDonald. Dovo hunters along the upper Kern river enjoyed good success dur- Ing tho Labor day week end. By MoFAttLAND, Sept. 10. — Tho Misses Eunice and Myrtle Moomaw, Monday evening, however, the doves daughters of Mr. and MOJAVE), Sept. 10. C, R. Moo-1 parlor, N. D. G. W. Desert Gold will hold nn were wild and comparatlyly acarco. maw and graduates of the local high all^uy meeting tn Tehachnpl on Sat • t^ «._ *-~ __-___.!_. _ j • • • • m ^ • • I ^^ *-" 1^.iA_V__._ ^ A A •-_ _• m ~ .*_. .n*_d .*_ _^L •> IB JB u •*• w _' • • A* From now on until the close of the season these birds will beconie gfad» ually scarcer because of hunting activities and migration* Karl Holko, president of tho Kern River Chamber of Commerce, was a Tuesday visitor in Bakersfield. OLD CUSTOM SHATTERED OtlOVIL.L.E, Sept* 10. (U. P.>— Butto county has abolished large urdny at the homo of Mra. Karl Phelpa. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Wllkernon mo- land vountr noonle who nro nltPnriini? 1 torod to 8an Dlmft ». whore they were* iana young poopie \\ no arc attending i thft KUestfi of tlie|r 8on G eorge on Sunday ixnd Monday of this week. Over the week end Mr. and Mrs. school, arrived in Chicago Saturday to attend tho Bethany Bible College. They will also study music, McFar- tho University of California at Berkeley this year Include Miss Mary Thompson, Karl Hlgglnbotham, Ralph Shlck, Maxwell and Richard Newby and Eugene Allen. Other students who will attend Clem Rusknuff had as their house ffupntft, Mr. nnd Mrs. Molvln Slman and Mm. Hose Leal, all of Hanta Maria. Mrs. T^eal is the mother of college Include Miss Melva .Meehan, Mrs. Rushauff. sized marriage certificates for Ban Jose Stato Teachers' College; Abe Ogulnick visited with friends framing. The newly wed couple, in r»ato Morrison, who is attending the In San Francisco over the week end. fact, will not even get the original CCCC College in Fresno, and Misses C. L. Moore spent tho week end In i „,.„,„.„ Wllfi of the new pony size. The latter Frances Grober and Mary Shick. Los Angeles with hla parents. Mr. j ?'"*»J;2 ^ "" will be kept for permanent filing w ho will leave soon for LaVerne. "' *'"" ^ ~ " ""* l ' 1 " """ Mr. and Mm. Milton Slrndal are spending a two weeks' vacation at Long BoAch. 1). K. Muoro of Black Bpringrs. New Mexico, accompanist by hl« duuKhtor Mamie visited with relatives In Mo Javo this week, on their return home thoy- were accompanied by Mr. Moore's mother, Mrs. D. A. Moore, who has spent the past throe months visiting at the homo of her son nnd daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Stun Moore. Mr. and Mra. L. V. Harnerd nnd Mra. Harnerd'a sister, Miss KMna Bridges loft this week for a month's visit al tho homes of relatives in j Kansas. Before her departure Miss f and the couple merely receive a copy loaqui Angeles Francisco Among those who will attend Bak- erefleld Junior College are the Misses Violet Roome, Phyllis Hendryi Kathleen Alexander, Frances Al- and Mrs. C. C. Moore and his son Bobb> p who Is spending- the summer vacation in tho southland. Mr. Mooro was accompanied by his son Charles. Mrs. Arthur Holmes and daughter ...-,.. .... ™ , ., i Beverly Jean have returned to their Marie Wankum, Messrs. Dick Alex- honie ln \vhltUer after a two weeks' ander, Woodrow and Wayne \Vim- visit at tho" homo of Mr. and Mrs. berley, Dick Taylor nnd John Regan. | John T, Newsom, parents of Mrs. Holmes. P. S, Donaldson of Los Angeles has boon appointed manager of the Kingston hotel. Mr. Donaldson IH well known here an several years ago he was employed In tho Mojave Department store. Mrs. Km ma Pltner and Bobby Smith have returned to their homes in Spokane, Washington, after spending the summer at the homo of Mrs. Andrew Fleming, daughter of Mrs. Pltner. Mrs. L. S. Mori wether had as her recent guest, Mrs. Beth Beckwith of Sawtelle. Mrs. Bcckwith Is dental Appoint Kern Man to Executive Post Phillips. McFARLAND, Sept. 10.—Glen O. Grant,, of Los Angeles, the son of Colonel and Mrs. O, S. Grant of this city, who for tho past seven years has been community recreational supervisor in Los Angeles, today assumed a new post as western executive of tho National Recreational Association, wlUi headquarters at Pasadena. Mr. Grant's duties will Include the promotion and development of public recreation in tho 11 western states. In recognition of his outstanding work in Loa Angeles members of tho city playground and recreation commission presented Mr. Grant with an engrossed resolution of commendation. Ho was also feted at a luncheon by his colleagues, who arc municipal playground directors and regional officials of the National Youth Administration. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Flnnln and son Jlmnile and Mrs. James Mat- tngly, mother of Mr»> Fnnn, spent several days of this week visiting at Yosemlto National Park and Lake TnhoQ. Mr. and Mrs. Moral Morkol and daughter Jean and son Buddy of San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilson of Taft. nnd Clarence T. Arpor of Santa Monica spent several days of this week at tho homo of Judge George W. Arper and his uls- ter. Mrs. Kmnm Stafford. Mr. Mnr- kel Is the nephew of the late Mm. Arpor and Mrs. Wilson is tho daughter of Mrs. Stafford. Mr. aiM Mr«. Hoy Orny spent Labor day at Boulder dam. Miss Iva Mae Warner of Los Angeles spent Friday In Mojavo visiting with her slMter, Miss Audrey Warner. Mlsa Warner wan en route to Monolith \vln»ro ahe hn» l»oen appointed us teacher In tho Monolith SHAFTKR, Sent, 10.—Registration ; for tho fall semester in Shatter High School will be held tomorrow and Saturday. Regular class work will be started Monday morning at $:30 o'clock. It ts highly Important, no- cording to Principal 15. P. Jones, that all students register before Monday tn order thnt credits and requirements be carefully cheeked. A staff of teacher* will bo on duty at tho high school Kriduy and Saturday from 9 n. m. to 4 p. tn. to assist students in planning their courses. Sept. 10.—Members of j Ed R. Green of Portervllle, L. Friendship Luncheon Club mo- \ Stafford, Neat Woodward, Minnie McKarland on Tuesday, i D. Smith. Harry Klbbe. William' I* Lyons, Chauncey L. Searby, Cleo PienJe and Fannie Kibbe oil of Delano, Leo Armstrong and Amanda Rogers of McKarland. loved to McKarland on Tuesday. whero they enjoyed an tilMay moot- Ing at tho country homo of Mrs. Amanda Rogers. A covered dish luncheon waw enjoyed by t • r » t «%*>:•:•:*>: •*v-'V.\v.\ Anticipating an increased enroll nionl in aurrloulturo and farm me chanlcs. the offtoo of this department has l»oen enlarged to accommodate three teachers. -•_•_ hyglenist of tho Veterans' Admin ia- I Grammar Sho formerly trail vo Facility ftt Sawtolle. A. H. Hoffman, road foreman of engines tor the Southern Pacific Company of Bakorsflold, was a recent Mojave business visitor. Mr. and Mrs. SteVo CoccarelU and daughter Julia wero this week's buwi- ness visitors in Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burnett and son Clem and Henri Chenard, Jr., spent tho holidays at Santa Catalina island and Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burdlck and daughter Diana Kay returned to their homo in Oakdale this week after several days' visit at the homo of Mrs. Burdick'a mother, Mrs, Lily McDonald. taught at tho Kolao Valley School and la tho dauplucr of Doctor r. C,, Warner, former Mojavo physician. Joo Stivers IHIM retired fnnn tho operation of tho Tourist. nrnf* and operation of tho Tourist garaKo and I momuots pnm 10 will rtevoto his ilmo to tnicklnp. 1"K «overul days. W.C.T.U. Delegate Namedit Delano PKLANO, Sopt. 10.— The* Dolann unit of tho Woman> Ohrlntian Tonv Union resumed mortlngw on Minn Murlan Chung was oloctod delegates and Mrs. I'arl Hang altornuto to th« liaUoraflold Hinto (Min vent Ion October 1S to IS, The nrvwidont of tho unit will also bo n drlcgiitcv Fotir or fvo nthor plnn to attend HCHsions dur- 3fc mine equipment and blackHinlthtng at his shop 3 nillivs south of town. ?,. H. HutchlnHon of Los Angolon lias takon over the Kariigt>. Jimmy Wcoks will nnrvo an muiiagor for tho firm j and 13. A. Rhtnchart will ho in rhargo of the repair shop. Wentlal Oaken, who has been connected with the TourlHi garago HH sliop foroman for tho pant sovoral yearn has opened Iho Qakea* gartigo at the cor nor of K and Corro Uurlo Htreetfl.- Mrs. 11. . Mrrieos wuw eloctod lcKnte to tho county convention at Taft' on September JO. All officers worn re-elected. lirfivshiuonts wen- served by tho hosiess. M)*H. II. S. MnMeos, M«»sdan\oH \Vllllam Smith. William I. Allen, William C. Hrunnor, Ola Slo«- son, l'>ank J. Coddlnffton, MIsn Mar- lau OJuiMK and Mm. H. «. McCloos. Pipkin. K M A Long Cool Drink of WHI Brings You Back to life A long coot drink of White Hone Met •plrlts without UftlngYOurtempentnre.Alwftyf name your brand. TOMORROW yooMl be glad you Mid White Hone TODAT, bottlct ami Pinti alsn on l«U NE VINTNERS C0. f Inc. ^^;x:^^:->?>^^:??:::^?Wl^^ fc _ LM Ao«ctet ^^flP&$&^&ggft^^ sm^Mi Our popular afternoon train, the San ]oaqum, to San Francisco, Los Angeles and many San Joaquin Valley point* i* COMPLETELY AIR-CONDmONED. Qean, cool, refreshing ait circulates through every regular car. The following fares aw good on the SMI Joaquin : AIK-CONDmONXO Ow SAN FRANCISCO . $6.07 LOS ANGELES SACRAMENTO FRESNO . . MODESTO . 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