The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 11, 1936 · Page 9
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 9

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 11, 1936
Page 9
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THE BAKERSF1ELD GALIPORNIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1938 Rural Schools Capture Many Prizes at State Fair K B3RN county rural schools have •won a, total of 81 prises to date in the educational exhibit at the stato fair at Sacramento, it was reported today to Herbert L. Healy, county superintendent of schools, by • Miss Anna Maude Anderson, county school supervisor of art. Miss Anderson has charge of the exhibit at the fair. The awards received Include 24 first prizes; 26 seconds, 8 thirds and Z fourths and 1 fifth prize. Different Listings Miss, Anderson in her communication to the county superintendent wrote; "This year we had to compete with the largo city schools as there Was not sewing listed 'for our olass. Nevertheless We have done well With Elk Hills and. South ous schools are as follows: Aztec, Barbara Cappell and Harold Pomeryi Frultvale, Bertha Coombs and Frank Lihdquiat; VIneland, Bulha Maebell; Belridgc, Mlnton Peteri Wilton Peter, Vaughn, Mary Heard,."-Jeatie Reynolds, Margery Means; Mlk Hills, Katherlne Freeborn (B), Jack Loperna, Lorraine Love, Betty Abbot (2); South Fork Union, Winifred Hand, Eleanor Costello, Lucy Andreas; Semitroplo, Kathleen Miller; Munzer, Billy Hulsebose, Frank Llndqulst. Red Ribbons Winners of sttopnd awards from the various schools wore: South Ford Union, Ruth Cook, Bill MaCe; Vaughn, Laurie Huston: Paloma, Nancy Fanucohl; Woody. Lauranco Moore; Mmizer. .taanto MiJi'U.ti.FnuM. )nd year. RESORT PARIS FOR DOX CLEANS PAINT Ask Your Grocer Tom Sawyer, Distributor cheeks COLDS and FEVER first day H«adiOhe, 30 minutti • Try HRub-My-TUm"— World'! B«t Unlwint Moving Residence Marked by Party OILDALE, Sept. 11.—Miss Hallle Lavln was pleasantly surprised on Tuesday evening when a group of her school classmates gathered for a farewell party. The Lavln family are moving to their new homo in Easi Bakersfield. Those present were Misses Evelyn Madden, June Brown, Lois aillesple Beverly Qyder, Hallle Lavin, Jimmy Ware, Fred White, Eugene Court wrlght and Dwight Kenny. + . » Small Movement of Grapes at Delano DELANO, Sept. 11.—The fresl grape crop continued to move fror the Delano Fruit Company rand east ot town at tho rate of one car load of fsult per day. To date 4 carloads have been shipped and th harvest of rod Malaga grapes ha been ended. Varieties moving a present arc the HIbler, Muscat an Thompson Seedless. Fifty packer arc kept busy In addition to otho help about the packing house and I tho vineyard. Ernest Jcnans Is I charge of the ranch, which consist of 320 acres. Local High School Teachers Report Interesting Summer Kern Delta Farm Women to Sold Meet, Sept. 16 iolonists at Breckenridge Are Returning to Homes; Gala Holidays Enjoyed Holiday activities brought to a. close one of the mo*t feuceesstul seasons Mount Breokenrtdge has en- pastimes \ver« those of bean Smith, schools and BalterBflcld * Itself were apparently most. appealing to Kern County High School teachers as -vacation centers this year, for the tnajority of teachers elthor remained here or attended summer sessions at various universities. Among the more unique vacation qyed, It was reported today. While His officially closes the season) the lostess, Mrs. Mtnnor Thatcher will teep the lodge open to private parties who enjoy the nippy air ot winter. Additional music to the Sagebrush orchestra ovei* the week end was furnished toy Mr. end Mrs, ID. A. AUendcr, Mrs. ROD Qlllesple and tqMuIn and Jack ValunKuola. miAlany of tho families who are re- rnlng to tho city to put Students school, plan to spend week ends the mountain Into late fall. Mrs. A, M. Tuttle and her daugh- rs, Mtasoa Margaret and Mary rnn had as tholr guests Doctor jttle'u uncle, C. Tuttle of Los An les. Holiday Knjoj cd Tho barbecue and danuo brought 'out Saturday and Sunday, ueerned to bo back of many rs transporting the stock back to put In shape for tho Frontier Day trade and contests. J. H. Smlthoy, secretary of Kern Chamber of Commerce and ..». Smlthey spent Sunday going jM-er the mountain. jTho prize wait!! at the danco 'as won by Low Stelzner and t-s. .Arthur Ferguson. Attractive sor prizes also were awarded, r. and Mrs. Richard Smith of os Angeles, who aro on their ineymoon, motored over with Jr. and Mrs. Carl Mason of Isabella, hero they have been houSo guests jr tho past week. aj Horseshoes I The Low Stelzner cabin was tho tlceno of a spirited horseshoe con<»est. Final honors fell to Mel Brit- tjsin who outplayed Frank Leipzig and Mr. Stelzner. The Harry Hako fabln was tho setting for a house Cmrty. Messrs, and Mesdames P. A. dohnson of Santa Barbara. Selbert f.eldy, Mlsseti Mario Johnson, Mary- (llan Lolly, Xorma Hako and J'Butch" and BIHy Leldy. shop teacher, who built himself a lOuse trailer and used It; Alan B. Parker, who built a cabin at Santa Sruz; Q. w. Ulster, who made n lO.OOO-tnllo trip through 10 United Stat«s and Canadian National Parks; and Miss Viola Bvans, Who passed the summer rewriting her dlsssrta- tlon for publication In book form, Vacation experiences were cx« changed yesterday by tha teachers at the first general staff meeting at which H. A. Splndt presided. mer 'as students were an follows: Mrs. Grace Pollock at V. 8. C., Miss Isabel Morris and Miss Clara Holmes fit Mills, Miss Edna Keough at tho University of Washington, J. B. Haralson at U. 8. C., Robert Wright at the University of Minnesota, Mrs. I Laura Graves Ileyd at tho Institute! of International Rotations at Mills' College, Miss Mattle Hoonshell at tho | National University of Mexico. Mt»» Eunice Uebeta at College of the Fa- clflo and Percy Chamberlain, Miss ICdltha Hotted, Miss Mildred Vlrtn, Travel Other teacher's who passed the summer far outside tho state were Miss Olive Chubb, who enjoyed the North Cape cruise, visiting Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, fioolland and England; Miss Rosemary tiavis, who vlslled In Honolulu; Mr». Uuth Holl Kmerson, who traveled to Manitoba, Canada; and William White, of Shatter, who went to Germany to study tho Youth Movemnht In that country. Ho also saw tho Olympic gurnet*, and vIB!toil other parts of Buropo. Attend Universities Those teachers who spent tho sum T/"ERN Dcttn Farm Home depart•*•*• mcnt will meet to study canned foods on Wednesday morning, September 16 at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Arthur Sicbcrt A potluck luncheon will be held at noon and officers will bo elcctc<J. Miss Dorothy Wilkinson, farm home demonstration Agent will be HNslsled by the project leaders, Mrs. Harry Eberle. irst Baptist Church Services Will Be Resumed Sunday; Topic Announced^ rpHE regular services at the First -L Baptist Church located on 'Crux- tun avtmuo, between I. and M Streets, will be resumed Sunday. observance of the Lord's sup per will feature tho 11 o'clock worship hour In the morning-— and new members will be welcomed by the pastor, tho Reverend B. C. Barrett. fho evening service at. 7:30 o'clock 1 day. will 1>o held In the air-cooled church auditorium. Tho sermon will be on the subject "A Preacher BreaJta Jail'!"' The public Is cordially Invited to attend these services. Other departments ot the church aro resuming 1 activities and general announcement will be made on Sun- CAK, WASP, COLLISION Mrsi Haeel Aldrloh, Miss Elisabeth i KANSAS CITY, Sept. 11. (U. P.>— Parsons, K. J. Peery and E. Ren | Joseph Elnn, 41, was driving hla " ..... Evans at U, C. L. A. Within Stale laundry truck with his son, Jack, IB, when n wasp flow In the window. Some of. the teachers who enjoyed Thn truck struck a tolephono polo other vacations are; It. B. .Robertson, at Newport Beach; 15wight M. Griffith nt his cabin In Sierra MR- dre; Miss Elolse Nelson at tho Y. W. C. A. camp and Berkeley; Miss Emily ISdffar at San Francisco, Santa Monica, Catallna and Santa Barbara; Mrs. Dorothy Klausnor nt Tahoo, Mammoth lakes and Yosem- Ito, and Percy Bliss at Iho C. M. T. C. cftmp In tho Presidio of Monterey. Among those who braved (he sum- j mer weal hop' niirt remained In Uak- orsfleld arit: Miss Vanillin On Ida, Mark F. Wllcox. Harold ,T. Hurt, Mrs. Oarnol MoBrldo, Harry Drennan, Paul Baldwin, Clnrtmco Culll- moro, Forest Lynn und Lyman Benson. T1UAL CONTINUED T..OS ANGELES, Sopt. 10. (A. P.)— Trial of nine officers of tho California Reserve Corporation, Including Oeorgo Gregory, brother-in-law of District Attorney Buron Vltts, on grand theft charges, was continued todny until nfter the November election, at which Fltts Is a candidate to succeed himself. Superior Judge W. T. Fox reset the trial for thscom- ber 23. CONVENTION PLANNED SACRAMENTO. Sept. 11. (A. P.V- C. E. Tucker, chief of the state division of weights and measures, announced today the California state annual conference of weights 'and measures officials and the school of Instruction will convene In Fresno November 5, 6 and 7. During the conference there will be a display ot weighing and measuring-devices. i fl. COLORFUL Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jumper of j/Vl,os Angeles, the son of Roy Jumper .r Vof McFarland, are spending a week — ,» \ ut tlio Jumper cabin. They will go r-s\() .eiVnorth on returning to Los Angolos /|B 10 da5 ' B ' The Arthur Ferguson cabin housed ah guests over tho holiday Mr. und .Mrs. Oon Preston imd tholr von, JK. 13. Hrowne ot Carson City, Mlsu (Helen J<ang« and Harold Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Gloii Grant spent the 1 weok at. their cabin working, on a i new flroplaco. Sunday morning guests for breakfast were Messrs. and Mosdumes Tom Adams, Clarcnco IWooden of Bakersfleld and Hoy i Wooden of Hollywood. From West Side From Tuft were Mr. and Mrs. C. [ H. KaHlff and Mrs. A. Fwdlckson. Mr. and Mrs. Qrady Cowart had a* thPlr guests Messrs. and Mcxdnmcs Fmnk Parrlsh of Weed Patch. John I Fox, Misses Eleanora Fox, Beverly jBurrls, Barbara Fox and Samuel Bamson and Mrs. Cowart's brother, |Hobert Snider, also of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Al Brain of Munzer (Continued on j Patricks Return From Fine Trip After vacationing In Seattle, Alaska, Yellowstone, Chicago, Cleveland am. Cincinnati, tho Hev. and Mrs. William 15. Patrick and family returned to Carplnterla Thursday. H Is their plan to arrive hero today. The Reverfcnd Mr. Patrick Is rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Marytha Class Is Well Entertained Twenty-two guesta were preson'. when Marytha Class of First Bnp- tlat Church mat recently at tho honin of Mrs. Georgia Stork. S31 Thirty-first sireot. The meeting was held on tho laM'n, -— Mrs. Percy Mills presided, leading \ For their first meeting since the discussion of fall work. j mummer f-ocss, members of the worn- ••II'K auxiliary to the I'lilon will meet at i o'oloek Monday, Spplombi-r M, at the homo of Mrs. Harry Lusk, pwxldenl, M9 Nlles Fairfax Grange Is Sponsoring Drive The members of the Fairfax Orange are giving a barbecued dinner and danco Saturday evening at the MnRimdcn hall located one-half mile, south on tho Weed Patch highway. Excellent music will be furnished by tho Moynlor orchestra. Dinner will li*> nerved from (i to S j>. tn. Thn public Is Invited to attend. Mrn. C. C. Kofahl Is chairman ot the dinner. Tho charge will be nominal It is announced. Auxiliary Meeting at Lusk Residence Vacation experiences were ejc- changed after which Iced meloim were served. * » > STOIUS SUIT STAttTH SAN' FTtANCltfCO. Hept. 11. HI. P.) — Trial of tho $6d,OoO damage cult against Rosenthal's Department Store here, for soiling baking 80(1» which OHftcrtedly caused the death ot u woman, started today before u jury In Superior Judge ICdinund P. Morgan's court. Tho plaintiffs ore tho widower and children of Mrs. AVarren L. Shufelton, the asserted victim. Htl-eet. WHITE STAR.TUNA T1IIBF I'ICKS COP NEW HAVEN, Conn., fl«pt. 11. a:. P.) — Patrollnan Raymond Hlnntan drove his car to police field day, but took a trolley car home. Wlillo ho watched the track and field eveniH with several hundred fellow officer*, a thief stole his automobile.. ^ A blend of rich spices aromatic leaves and seeds for all pickling 1 purposes. 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