The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 10, 1936 · Page 7
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, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1959 * ' I n I _ »_ - •>. -» ' r r ' - .1 k - POND. gc.pt, •'16.«*MM. Ed Ludy fchd daughter Miss M^Jorle returned recently from a, 10-dtiy vnca* . tlon trip through northern California and In Oregon* In Oregon they visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCartney and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harries and Mrs. M. B. Blxon who were guests at the McCartney < home. These people were all former residents of Pond* r A group of people enjoyed a picnic lunch Sunday at Kern River Park. Those In the party were Mr. and Mrs. George Whltacre and son George Arleh and daughter Marlehe, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tngram and daughter La Mayne and Mr. and Mrs. C.'M« Whltaere. Mr. and Mrs. Bert La Bait have returned from a two-day vacation trip spent in Los Angeles with relatives. Miss HUberta Hamlin, accompan* led by Mr, and Mrs. Harold Appleford and Rftn Clarence of Delano, returned Monday evening from Atas- cfcdero, where she sperit the holiday visiting with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James JMtmlln, and her aunt, Mrs. Albert Miller of Pldmo. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hills aiyfc son Gerald of Los Angeles vtere Sattir- tday over-night guests at the home of their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sothman. Mr. and Mrs, Hills are Just returning: from a 10-day vacation trip spent in Oregon and northern California. George Buckner was a business visitor in Baker afield Monday morning. Sunday dinner guests at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hatylln were Mr. .and Mrs. A. H. Hoffman and daughter Miss Flossie of BakersfleUl, Mr. and Mrs. Murl Mitchell and little j daughter Flossie Marilyn of South Pasadena, and Mrs. Minnie D. Smith of Delano. Frank Lee, owner of the Pond store, left by train Saturday night • for San Francisco, where he will visit several days with relatives and with Mrs. Leo, who has been spending the summer there. 13. W. Paslay passed the week end »t California Hot Springs with Mrs. Paslay, who has been there several weeks for her health. „ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen, who have been guests several days at tho home of their Mends, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sethman, returned to their home in Venice Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson and little daughter Bertha Mae of Bak* ersfield are spending- several days In Pond. Johnson is assisting in the stora during the absence of Mr. Lee. Miss Betty Hamlin returned Saturday evening from Bakorsfield, where sho was a guest several days at the homo of her aunt and uncle, Air. and Mrs/Harry Hoffman* Robert Williams and daughter Dorothy spent Sunday evening and Monday at Greenhorn Mountain Park, Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mathews were. Mr. and Mrs, Baxter XCirkpat- rick and son Louie and daughter Hostell, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Nored and son Claude. Sunday evening guests were Mr, and Mrs. Lester Barker and daughter Evelyn Jean and Mrs. S. L. Allen. Joe Itusscil has returned to his home In Los Angeles after spending Sunday and Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Russell. Glonn Johnson of Los Angeles was visiting with friends here Sunday, Harold toycknmn Is assisting In tho Pond store. Jack Cook, Floyd and Wardo Pns- lay were Bakertffield visitors Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bohrman and son Dei factored to Bakersfield, where they enjoyed a chow mein dinner and also attended the theater. Archie Hignito epont Sunday In Parller as tho guest of his slater and brother-in-law. He was accompanied home by his wife nnd daughter who have been spending tho past week there. Mr, and Mrs. Lieber and family of Los Angeles were Sunday visitors nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Announce Entries in Doll Carnival Sept, 10.—A musical and dancing: program is being arranged ih conjunction with the doll fair Friday at the WPA classrooms at 416 Jsforth street. A large lint of prises will bo given away for tho different types of dolls. Following is tho list of doll entrants, received to date: Mildred Fos» ter, Texaco lenso; Dorothy Turner, Toft; Betty Foster. Ford City; Ruth Godby, Toft; Jnckoy Autrey, Taft; Marilyn ICeene, TaU; Patricia Nightengale nnd Florence Nightengale, South Taft; Beverly Keene,, Taft; Evelyn Stnmbnck and Phyllis Stnnv back, South Taft; Pern Lueap, South Taft; Elolso Thornton, South Taft; Joan Long, Tupnwn; Rose Mary Long, Tupman: Betty Dawson, Ford City; Patsy Jordan, Tnft; Marie Tcnnnnt, Taft; Doris Olive, Taft; and Barbary Dawaon, Taft. n L f ^ Delano Residents in News Teacher Has Trip to Mediterranean South South FELLOWS Don't let temporary If ck of monty Hamper your child's future. C«t nwd«d caih quickly; no co-signers of salary aislgnmant - Repay monthly on easy terms. Check our 1-Cpsl Auto Loan Plan! CONSUMERS C MZ4 »7»h STRUT Phont 4»4 Mr. and Mrs. John Hills entertained Sunday their son and daughter-in-law, Kir. and Mrs. Homer Hills, and grandson Gerald of Los Angeles. H. 'H. Wllkenson who spent several days hero looking after his bust- ness interests, returned to his home In Los Angeles Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ludy entertained as their Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. P. L, Johnson and daughter of BakerfifJeld, Wescley, Floyd and Ward Paslay visited recently with their mother, Mrs. K. W. Paslay, at the California Hot Springs. Bobby Jo and Wanda Leo Will- lams are guests at the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. B. C, Coxart. Labor day visitors at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hethnmn were Mr. and Mrs. 13d Hansen of Venice, Mr, and Mrs. Homer Hills and eon Gerald of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Dixon of Bakersfield and Mr. and Mrs. George Cronslmw of Delano. Mrs. Dean Durant and little daughter were Labor day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behrman. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Allen and son Jimmy wero Sunday evening guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. George Whltacre. Mr. and Mrs. H. H, Bean spent Sunday in ftprlngvllle. Walter Desmond returned to his homo In Los Angeles Tuesday morning after spending the week ond with his friend Donald Russell. B. L. Wflgnor returned to his duck club reconily after spending tho summer in Los Angeles. Miss Helen Ludy motored to Los Angeles Tuesday. FELLOWS, Sept. 10.—William Cooley, who is now employed in Santa Paula, was a week-end visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cooley, Sr. Mrs. Jess Wallace has returned homo after a two-day- visit In Venice with her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Becker. She also visited her niece, Mrs. draco Silvers of Long Beach. Week-end guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. M. McAllister of Fresno were Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sutllff and children of Fellows. J. C. Wagner and errnndson Bobby motored to Ocean beach Saturday to spend tho week end with Mrs., Wagner. Betty Wagner, who has boon visiting her grandmother for the past few weeks accompanied them homo. Saturday overnight guests at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Formway wero Mr. Formway'B uncle, Rd Formway, and his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Formway and son James, all of Stockton. A business visitor in Ventura Tuesday was Mrs. Cleotls Munds of Fellows, who also visited her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Collins. She was accompanied thero by Mrs. Virginia Brown. C. A. Lindsay and G. Meador hav« returned homo after a two-day business trip In San Francisco. DELANO, Sept. 10.—Dr. and Mrs. Grant F, Clayton are entertaining as their week-end guests, their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. O. H, Frayacr of Westwood. They aw also guests of Mrs. Frayser's sisters, the Misses Ernestine and Minnie Erwin of Earll* mart. Mr. nnd, Mrs. Frayser ore former residents of the Earllnmrt district. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams nnd thoir daughter Martha Joan of Long Beach wero Saturday overnight guests of their uncle. Dr. William B, Smith, while on their way to Gen- oral Grant Park for tho holiday week end. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hlelt, Sr., are upending tho holiday week end at their cottage nt Plsmo Beach. Maxwell Cameron. Vernon Me- Cloud and B. C. Tripletl represented the local 20-30 Club at tho state convention In Stockton, Mrs. David L. Shlfflet was a Saturday visitor at tho county sent. Homer Hamsey spent from Friday to Monday night at Greenhorn Mountain Park with the Boy Scouts. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil MacFarlano nnd their eon Cecil. Jr., and daughter Nola Clare motored to Bakorsflold on Sunday afternoon to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Stuart Warren left on Friday morning for Mill Valley to spend tho holiday week end with Mr. Warren and other relatives. Mrs. William B. Smith and her daughter Harriett returned homo on Sunday night from a three months' vacation trip to Brooklyn, N. Y., to visit De Witt Smith and in Wisconsin as guests of Mrs. Smith's brothers and slaters. They wore accompanied homo by Karl DoWIK, brother ot Mrs. Smith. Mrs. DoWltt nnd their daughter Betty and son Billy of Rhlnclandcr, Wls. Mr. DcWltt nnd family plan to locate In California. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bower and their son Raymond of Bakersflold wore Sunday guests of Mr. Browor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. Brower. Tho body of Francisco Ramurlas, 26, native of Mexico who died In Bnkersfleld, Is nt tho Delnno Funeral Parlors awaiting the location of relatives or friends. Douglas Shlfflet, accompanied by Miss Harriett Smith, motored to Glcndale on Monday morning to attend the air races. Harold Olson, principal of tho high school; C. J. CnuUy. director of agrl- culture for tho Hchool. nnd llownrd Nollaen of Klchgrovo, Kdwnrd I/O IMnno of Plxley nnd Tom Hooney, nil members of Delano Chapter. Future Farmers of America, are aHemlln^ the state fnlr at Hsnramento. 'Mr, GuwUy will diroot 1 ho lialut of the Future Farmers which will play at the fair. Dr. Arthur Mnxson Smith, nccom- pnnUnl by his daughter, Ml«s Prls- elUa Smith of Detroit. Mich\, wore recent gueftls of their relatives, Dr. William U. Smith and family. They were called to California by tho denth of Mr«. Smith's brother, Wiley Glffln of Fresno. A. B. Chnrlton has returned homo from a recent trip to Basa Lnkn, during which ho also visited Yosom- Itc National Park. W. W, Simons, Jr., of BnkersfJeUl was the client of local friends on Friday nnd attended tho luncheon of the Rotary Club. Mrs, David H. Realty of Jersey* villo, 111., arrived hero Monday night from San Francisco for an extended visit of several months with hor Bister, Mrs. Leslie Adams ana*-fam* lly. Sho was accompanied from Ban Francisco by her nephew, Lawrence Krelm and Mrs. Krelm, who spent the holiday week end there ns guests of Mr. Krelm's mother, Mrs. A. Hubbard. Leslie Adams nnd his daughter Zoo spent Monday at Corcoran with Zoo's grandmother, Mrs. T. H. Cochrane. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Richardson nnd their Hon Rilly attended tho National Air Sept. 10. Qaylo Mendelssohn, teacher nt Kern* villo Union School, returned on Sunday from a Mediterranean ei'tilso which took her to most of the conn* tries bordering- tho Mediterranean, Caspian nnd Black seas. Hor Itinerary Included Gibraltar, Cuota, Spanish Morocco; Genoa, Naples, Messina, Venice nnd Rome In Italy; Beirut, Syria, Haifa. Palestine; Port Said, Kgypt; tstnmbul, Turkey; Ron- nw mania; Athens, Greece nnd Dubrov- nlk, JUKoslnvIn. She sailed from New York on the steamship Roma and wns gone two months. During her cruise Miss Mendelssohn took side trips to Cairo, Baalbek, Damascus, Nnxa- reth, Bucharest, Paris, Switzerland, Florence, Pisa and Milan. FOUND IN DOG110USK STUnaiH, Mich.. Sept. 10. (U. P.) Whon Mildred Smidison, 14, tired of houBowork and ran away, police searched the city. Tho ono spot they missed, however, was Mildred's doghouse. She returned homo after finding: that hide-out too uncomfortable. BUTTONWILLOW, Sept 10. — John Thomson recently received a postnl cnrd that was mailed to him at his home at Oil Center, nix years ago. It followed him to Fullerton and Whlttler. being first mailed September 16. 1930. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sawyer left on Tuesday for a visit with their daughter, who lives at Riverside. Mr. and Mrs, Oscar MayficUl and daughter Rcba and Henry Smith from Santn Paula visited nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. .Branch last week end. Mrs. W. A. MnyfleUl, mother of Mrs. Krcnch, Branch, came also nnd will visit several days beforo sho returns to Santa Paula, Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Hlllhouao recently purchased and moved to the M. Krng home, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alvos are spending a few days on vacation In Los Anfrelos. Ooorpt? Doyle, Jr., spent the week end nnd Labor day visiting friends at his former home. In Teltachapl, reluming to Buttonwillow Wednesday. The Reverend and Mrs. J. O. Neal, PentneoKtal tivangellsU, were nt tho Pentacoptnl Church during the past week and went on Tuesday to Salinas. Mrs. George Boyle find son, Oeorga, Jr., recently returned home from; * vacation trip which took him to., Montana and Chattanooga, Tenn. ; They visited Menda and relatltafc: George Jr. enjoyed working in a 4 during his stay at Chatt&ftoo&u A. L. stlth has accepted the sltlon of bookkeeper in the Miller A Lux office at Buttonwillbw, Mrs. Curtifl Hare, who suffered ft hemorrhage following A tonsllteo- tomy. was rushed to Mercy Hospital and was given a transfusion. She U recovering nicely and wan brought home Tuesday afternoon, A family dinner party Sunday et**, ning nt the, home of John Thomson included Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ctaw- ford and son Michael from LOB An- poles, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Don Crawford «tna sons. Be ale, David, Malcolm and Stephen; Mnrthellen Bunker, Mr/ nnd Mrs. John Thomson and children, Clinton, Jnck and Barbara. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bruce Crawford and son Michel from Los Angeles w*r* visitors of Mr. an d Mrs. John' Thomson and family over Labor day. Scout Troop No. 43 will meet 'at the clubhouse at 8 p, m. on Friday* As this U the first meeting of th«; season, all Scouts are urged to attend 1 1 •. ^mmmmmm- Pondham Principal POND, Sept. 10.—-MlaH Helen Ludy, local girl who has boon teaching at tho OUg Grammar School for the last two years, was elected principal of Pondham School Monday night by tho board of trustees. Sho will succeed Malcolm Sharp, who resigned to teach at. Oakland. Miss Ludy formerly was a migratory teacher here. BITES FEEDING HAND TOLEDO, .Sept. 10. (U. P.)-—Nathan Anderson helped a needy friend by giving him a night's lodging. Tho friend helped himself by disappearing before morning with a suit of Anderson's clothes and $7. 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