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f^ X • * ' ' \ •' f?''^'*.,' ' < "' r ' f " ' J "" "- n l ' . BAKfiRSFtELD CAM FORM AN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1936 Highland Park News Notes COMMUNITY NEWS ' * ~^^ Rio Bravo in Day's News RIO BRAVO, Sept. 11,—Mr. and Mr«. J. O. Coble passed the week .end with relatives In Sanger. Mr. and Mrs. AVallaee Merrill of Monrovia were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Merrill and family on Sugar Loat Mountain during the holidays. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loyd. Miss Ruby Dell Phillips and Ray Calder motored to Los Angeles on Labor day and attended tho air races. Miss Betty Davidson returned home after passing' several days with friends In the south. Miss Bffle Frey of Bakersfleld called at the home of Mr, and Mrs. AV. B; Wilson and family on Tuesday. ... , : John B. Lewis motored to Tulare Thursday on business. Miss Elrior Frances Schiorlmann was among the. 4-H Club members of the county who left on Thursday to attend a conference In Davis. They will also vlslt-tho state fair In Sacramento. Mr\ and Mrs. Richard Kuhns n.nd daughter, Joanne of Long'Beach, passed the week end with Mrs. Kuhns' sister, Mrs. Tom Devlin and family. • Mr. and Mrs. AVilllam Montgom ery of Taft recently called at the homes of AValter James B. Haag. E, Haag and Mi-, and Mrs. Adrian Lewis motored to Tehachapl on Thursday and spent the day. Mrs, John B. Lewis and her grandson, Roland Lewis, Were guests oC Mrs. Dean Potter at Shatter recently. Blllio and Murray studlfey have returned to their home In Long Beach after passing the summer with the Tom Devlin family. Mr, and Mrs. Lex Phillips and their son, Tommy of Taft, and their nephew, J. T. Murray of Coaltngn. were callers of Mr. and Mrs. AValter E. Haag on Thursday. John B. Lewis loft on Friday with a party of friends oh a deer hunting trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. AVllson ahd son, Calvin, accompanied by Mrs. Charles Norton Of Phoenix, Mrs. Tda AVllson of Long Beach, and her grandson, Keith Flanders of Phoenix, returned on .Thursday after a two weeks' trip to southern Idaho where they visited relatives. They returned via the Columbia river highway, and visited with relatives In Ashland, Oregon. Mrs. Ida AVll- son and her daughter, Mrs. Norton, left for their homes on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Coble were overnight gUests of Mr. and Mrs. AValter M. Smith at Alp&ugh on Thursday. Rio Bravo Center Names Haag Head RIO BRA.VO, Sept. 12.—James E. Haag was elected director of the Rio Bravo Farm Center on Thursday evening at tho regular meeting. Other officers chosen were Roy H. •Crewman, alternate ^director, and Mrs. Neva Haag, secretary-treasurer. Horace T. Strong, farm adviser, talked on "Why a Farmer's Organi- sation?" Ho explained the need for nn organized community and tho benefits to the farmers through an organization, * T. M:. Martin announced Iho stale farm bureau convention to be held in December in Pasadena, and the director, Frank J. Schlcrlmann, urged a largo attendance from the local center. AValter 13. Haag and Mrs. T. M. Martin were appointed to assist' tho director on the registration committee. ' Mr. Martin also explained several propositions which will bo on tho ballot at the general election. Roy 71. Newman reported on the conditions of the roads In the community nnd Carl Haag gavo a report of the local 4-H Club. The director reported for the recent county directors' meeting in Bakersfleld. Mrs. AValter E. Haagr, chairman of tho local homo department announced that the regular meeting will be '•' postponed until September 24 at 1:30 o'clock, The subject will bo "Seller Buying of Canned Foods," and the meeting will he held at the home of Mrs. Clyde Zachery. The program consisted of a solo by Donald Suydam, two guitar numbers by Bobby Devlin, a movie reel, and tho reading of the "Tattler" by Donald Suydam. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. • • •' + • * Catholics to End , Series of Picnics AVASCO, Sept.'12.—Tho final picnic of the season will bo sponsored by tho Holy Name Society of St. John's Catholic Church will be held Sunday In tollman's Grove. Lunch .'will be served beginning at' 11:30 o'clock and dinner In tho evening will bo served from 5:30 o'clock. Amusements have been provided for youth and adults. The pIcnlcH have been popular social affairs of tho summer and Iho public Is Invited to attend. Announce Faculty of Kichland School SHAFTER, Sept. 12. — Regular classes will be started Monday for tho pupils of Rlchland Grammar School, according to O, T. Olson, district 'superintendent. Tho youngsters will find many improvements in their buildings this year and a few additions to the faculty. Following Is the faculty: Miss Dorothy Abernalhy, kindergarten and departmonlal work; Mrs. Rose M. AVillls. first grade; Miss Alberta Lantz, first grade; Mrs. Margaret Hot?., first and second grades; Miss Margaret Jones, second grade; Mrs. Neufcld, second grade; Miss Martha Gloecklor, Miss Elizabeth Hopkins, third grade: Mrs. Leona I. A'anatla, fourth grade; Miss Virginia Maddux, fourth grade; Mrs. Ethel Livers, fifth grade; Miss Thelma AVatt, fifth grade. Miss Frances Dederlck, sixth grade; Richard AA'ells, sixth grade; Alfred Smith, seventh grade; Miss Edna IMeve, eighth grade; Ralph Grlbble, eighth grade. Mias Gladys Fast will act as office secretary. - *-•-» - Faculty Assigned to WaSco Duties WASfcO, Sept. 12.—Waaco school b«lls will ring Monday mornlnff at Waseo Elementary School, AVasco Union High School and tho St. John's Parochial School. Wasco High School teachers have been assigned the following subjects: Dr. Ben R. Crandall, district superintendent, Will teach commercial law; Lester Smith, vice-principal, mathematics; Donald W. Baum, chemistry, it. S. history and physical education; Clifford H. Harrington, German, math, drama, physical educa< tlon: Mrs. Ruth Hayes, shorthand, typing, bookkeeping. Mrs. Ruby D. Hicks tfvlll teach music; Miss Lillian E. Klrkwood, business training, economic geography! Atrs. Margaret I^ea Walsh will teach drawing, girls physical education and have charge of. the library. Miss Mablo Main will Instruct in English and history. Miss Ida J. Meldrum will again teach domestic science. Mrs. Mildred Miles will teach math, English, history and as. sisl with the girls physical educu tlon. .Paul Mooro will instruct in mechanical arts. Miss Gladys Ruui? will teach English, Latin and public speaking. Thomas B. SantOm will teach bio logy and physics. Mrs. Dorothy Var Osdol will teach French, Spanish music and citizenship. Martin Vor hoe von will teach mechanical arts Paul Wise, physical education ant history; Henry W. Schmilz, agrluul turc; Alfred Sessions, band. There are three new teachers li the high school this year. Miss Lll Han Klrkwood, who cornea her from Orange, California, Donate Baum from Badlands and Henry AV Schmltz from Manhattan, Kansas. The course which Miss Kirkwocx is to teach is a new ono in AVasci High School. The enrollment lost year was ovc 400 and an increase is expected, till year. Tho new agriculture unit' I the school has been completed which Includes an office and tw class rooms. Wasco Lodge Plans Potluck on Monday WASCO, Sept. 12.—AVasco Eastern Star will convene for the first meeting of the fall next Monday evening, beginning with a pot luck supper at 6:80 o'clock for members and their families. Tho regular meeting will be hold, ;aftor which tho brothers of the chapter will entertain. A dance for the members and their families will bo held and every effort Is being nmdo to make tho affair a success. C. O. Lylo is in charge of the iir- rniiKomenls for tho danco and entertainment. Miss AVinnlfred Cokely, worthy matron will preside, being assisted by Silas Wright worthy ptr- Iron. Visiting members are always welcome at AVasco Chapter and all members In tho community arc invited for the affair Monday evening. Delano Residents in News DELANO, Sept, 12.—Mrs, George D* AVltt, who has been qultfe 111 at he home of her daughter, Mrs. "Willam B. Smith, is convalescing lowly, Mrs. B. Frank McCormlok re- urned to her home hero on Sun- ay night after a months' visit In O« Angeles with friends. Raymond Ramsey transacted husl- css on Thursday at AVasco, Sharer, Famosa and McFarland, Howard S. Miller of Rlchgrove wan a Thursday morning business •Isltor In town, Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Hand and heir four children of Weldon were •eccnt all day guests of Dr. William B. Smith and family. Frank Boardman and his son Horace of the McFa.rta.nd district at- ended tho theater here on AVedttea- day night. Mrs. Stuart Warren returned \orne on Tuesday from a visit of leveral days in Tit 111 valley and San Anpelmo. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Schlllz mo* ored to Fresno on vTuesda.y and spent the day there on business. Mrs. Lucy Dorsey was an all day Tuesday visitor In Tuluro where she ivus the guest of her sister. Mrs. George Brunner and Mr. Brunner. A'lrgll Combs and son of MoFar land were Thursday afternoon visitors In town. Charles McCormick of Los Angeles is enjoying a visit, of several weeks with his brother, Frank McCormick and family. Kdward .Smith 'of Inglewood was a Monday night guest of bin parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Smith, while on his way homo from Htoek- ton where ho was a delegate to tho 20-30 Club convention. D. L. Koehler has returned from Pasadena where ho visited with his mother, and was accompanied home by his son THRUM, who spent 10 days visiting his grandmother. They visited with Mrs. Koehler nt Stonybrook Sanitarium on the way home. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ammons havo returned to BakeraTleld nftcr upending the holiday week end hero Bailey has purchased ft service station. He has been In charge, of the Standard station here during tho past two years. Loeal friends oC Mrs. H. L. Roy, the former Miss Thelmn. Ammons, will be Interested to know that she Is teaching this year in tho Emerson School In BaUerst leld. and has the two subjGcts of dramatics and social science, Mrs. Lornu Ammons has been called for Jury duty nt Bakersflold on Thursday. William Fink, manager of the local Associated Oil station, Is enjoying his annual vacation in southern California, and Is being relieved by his brother, John Fink of Porter- Equipment Added nnd Rooms Hefihvished; Faculty Home From Holidays with Mr. Ammons' Lorna Ammons. mother. Mrs. Nine Classmates of 1887 Reunited McFARLAND, Sept. 12. —Mrs Nellie Stiles has returned here afte passing a vacation of nearly thro weeks at her former homo in Kan sas, where sho enjoyed moo tin seven of her sisters and brother after many years of separation. Sb was accompanied on the trip by tw of her daughters, Mrs. Margarn DeMasters of Caruthers and Mrs. Agnes Cookson of Fullerton. Mrs. Stiles, who was graduated from Kansas State College at Manhattan with the class of 1S87, en- Joyed meeting nine of her classmates at a reunion attended by 174 relatives and friends. Next June the class will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary. Paul Stiles, grandson of Mrs. Stiles, who lives in Los Angeles and who had been to Detroit on business, stopped over at Rlley and was present at the reunion. Mrs. Stiles and her daughters made the trip via tho southern route and returned the northern route. Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. B. Cameron returned homo Tuesday after spending tho 1.41 bor day week end In Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs, William Pipkin and their daughter Maxlno are planning on a week end trip to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar 13. Leo motored to AVasco on AVodnesday and were all day guests of their friends. Mr. and Mrw. Louis Kommerfeld. Mr. and Mrs. AVInton Bailey have moved to Santa Barbara, where Mr. K, A. Crowell of Portorvillo is located here ns manager of n local service station. Mrs. Crowell and their iwo children plan lo move hero soon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed S. Green of Por- lorvlllo were Tuesday all day and evening guests of local friends. They formerly lived here. Mr, and Mrs. H. K. Nelson and their two children havo returned home from a holiday vacation at Santa Barbara as guests of Mrs. Nelson's parents. Mr, and Mrs. J. K. Hamilton had ns their AVednesday dinner guests. Mr, and Mrs, Frank Hoopos nnd their son. Russell Hamilton Hoopes. Martha Jean Montgomery of Bak- ersfleld Is enjoying n vacation visit of several days with her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben C. Shearer. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hammer and their flvo children returned recently from Arkansas, where they spent tho past nine months nnd havo now gone lo Auburn, whore Mr. Hammer has secured work. Robert Sbuw of Sprlngdale. Ark., undo of MI-B. Charles M. Bnsseii, was a recent guest al Iho Bassell ranch whllo on his way to tho air races at Glcndalo, Ho was accompanied by his sinters, Mrs. AValter McDowell of Strathtnoro and Mrs. D. F. Campbell and Mr. Campbell of Orange. Dr. J. M. Gluzo of Los Angeles, former resident here, has roturnod to Los Angeles after several days horo looking after property Interest*. Ho wan a visitor at tho Charles M. Bnssotl homo whllo here. Mr. and Mrs. Clelus Dynr returned homo Monday nlghl from Covlnn, where (hoy spent Iho holiday week end vlslllng Mr. Dyar'B aunt, Mrs. John Kramer and family. Norval Dyer, accompanied by Norman AVIIllams of Vlsalla. Is spending several days 111 Los Angeles on (Special to The OaHfnrnian) ARVIN, Sept. 12.—School for the grammar school children of Arvln will open Monday, according to tho principal, M, R. Llnscott, The fac. ulty convened for Its first meeting Friday, During tho vacation, the rooms have been put In condition for tho ensuing year and some new equipment has been purchased. All of tlio rooms have had tho floors rotlnlshed. Four new gas stoves have been Intitnlled In the primary rooms, replacing coal burning stoves. Four new sand tables have also been hdded to tho primary rooms. Ne\v drinking fountains have been in stalled on Iho grounds. A lurgo eh rollment Is anticipated, but the, ex net number can nol bo predicted duo to the transient nature of the popu lation at this time of year. Teachers Enjoy Trips Very Interesting and diversified vacations wore reported by the re HIGHLAND PARK, Sept. 12.— Mr. and Mrs. Lou Darling of Sacramento recently spent the day visit- ng at the home of Mr, and Mrs* W. Mr. and Mrs. O. Pltcock and sons spent the sveek end visiting relatives at Ataacndero. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Butler of Long Beach were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Gllllam. Miss Frances GHHam. who l« employed by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, and Ml»s Dorothy Ross, who Is employed by tho Union Oil Company, have gone to Sari Francisco for a 10 day vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Choi Dalley of Lone Beach were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 15. Llngwood, • E. B. Blaokford Is having a house built on the corner of Arvln and Howard streets. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dobbs spent the week end at Atascadero where they visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Basque*, former residents of Oil Center. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Whitson Of Long Beach are visiting at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. La Fout. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Blair and son . drove to Ventura where they visited relatives over the week end. Mrs. F. A. Blair spent Tuesday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. A. Maurel. in Oil Center. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bettenson of' Long Beach were week end guests.* at the homo of Mrs. Bettenson's Ms- ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs; W. L. Jones. O. L. May and W. B. Dlckerson drove to Stockton for a fishing trio over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lane of High-1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Athens have land spent Monday evening at tho home of Mr. Lane's brother and sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Bortls 1-ane. Mr. and Mrs. A r . ,T. Tolles and daughters, Elaine and Phylls. have returned from n week's vacation at HuntlnKton lake. Mr, and Mrs. Phil Martin and son Johnny drove to Glendalo where they Joined friends whom they accompanied to Topango canyon, whom they visited for two days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Jennings, former residents of Highland Park who moved from Oil Fields to 354 McRay"' avenue. Mr. Athens Is employed by" the Shell Oil Company. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tolles and turning faculty. Mr*. Susan Ray j nu w live in Berkeley, wore calling took the most extensive trip, Jour .... .. m-ylng by train from Low Angeles ,,, 11.., onV to fch^ hud not .returned in 'i'i yours. Prom thorp, her trip took her to Chicago, Flint, Michigan, St. Paul. Victoria, Canada and homo by tho Pacific stales. Miss Corlnno Kovneovloh enjoyed a month's motor trip with her »tstor Miiry and hrr mother Into Oregon nnd Washington lifter sho had at- on friends here on Sunday. daughters spent the week end visiting relatives at Taft. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hawthorns' and son Harold spent Sunday at Slmthmore. A'enner of Oil Center has a house at 602 Haldon C. A. started street. Mrs. Bessie Ross Is starting • house at 127 Arvln street. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stewart drove to Los Angeles where they visited relatives over the week end. Booster Night Set i Teachers Assigned by Wasco Grange! to Wasco Classes WASCO, Sept. 12.—A "booster" night, when prospective members will bo welcomed. Is planned by tho Wusoo lining*! for Wednesday, Sop- tumlx>r .10, according to plant! made tended nuimner school at University i ,u the regular meeting held AVednes- i dny night at tho Grange hull, with j department Is completed. Busses will I Master A. 15. Klannen In the ehnlr. i run on the same schedule as last of Muuihern California. At school sho completed all the requirements for her M. A. dcgiva except Iho j Mrs. H. G. Bryson, who IH chairman 1 IhoBls. Mru. Tex Reid, formerly j of tho entertainment committee for ' Miss Doris McCalllstor. spent her the evening. Is arranging nn hlstor- AVASCO, Sept. 12.—Extra classrooms havo been provided at the Wasco elementary school in the new library building, which was recently completed and will be held there until tho new unit to the primary vacation honeymooning In Oregon and visiting at Eurelui. Other Vacations Mrs, Jennie Clark report* a rent- fill vacation spent at I lei-mono. Boaeh. Mrs. N. M. Arlow spent tho entire summer at Uuntlnglon Lake. FELLOWS GRANITE FRLLOAVS. Sept. „ 12.— Tuesday visitors at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. C. Roberts were Mru. Roberts' cousin, Forrest Gobln, nnd family of San Bernardino, California, Theron Barnes has gone to Morro Bay where ho will Join his wife. and son, Sammy. They will spend a two weeks' vacation visiting Mrs. Barnes' parents. Having spent three days in Bak- crsfleld, visiting friends and relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Faust and son Charles Blackmore, havo returned to their homo In Follows. After spending a few days in tho • Roulh. Mr. and Mm. Melvln Smith apd son Marlyn returned home. Mr. and Mrs. AValter "Falrcy returned homo after spending a fow days in Los Angeles. Mr. Fairer attended the Associated Master Barbor of California convention. Ho 'waa ono of the executive board last ypar and has been elecled second vlce-prosldont for the next year. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hyllon and daughter Elsie Cooper have returned homo from Anaconda, Montana, where they spent tho summer. Mrs. M. L. Vawter spent the past two weeks with her parents in Los Angeles. Mrs. Frank Shane, her daughter. Rulh. and her two »ons, Frank and Ray, have returned home • after spending two months In Ventura. After spending a two weeks' vacation on their boat, the "Ruby A". the I'. T. Martin family of the Texaco leawo have returned homo. Visitors of Oceana for the past ."two monthH were Mrs. Jack McKaln and children. Mr. and Mrs. Loo T. Smithy and daughter, Margaret, have returned from Blif Bear lake where they spent the post two months vacation- :>nK. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lewis, state delegates *f° r tne American Legion and Auxiliary, will leave Friday for Cleveland, Ohio, to attend the Amerlean ; Jk* Rl.on .convention, ^Visitors in Bakerafleld GRANITIC, Sept. 12. — Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mon- ottl were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jake Onrlow and son. Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seara- molla of Bakersfiold and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lewis and son, Lesler. of Taft. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. AVII1 Williams at Lumreau were O. Morrow and Brook AVoods of Glenn- vllle. Clarence AVeller of Bakersfleld and Mr, and Mrs. R. T. Grlsedalo Reunion Occasion of Family Dinner McFARLAND, Sept. 12.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Moomaw and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Moomaw entertained over the wook-end holiday for relatives from Long Beach. A reunion dinner was held at the homo of the former Sunday nnd on Mon day Mr. and Mrs. John C. Moomaw entertained for the group. Included In the party were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Moomaw, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hunter, Misses Ida and Margaret Moomaw, Dan and Frank Moomaw. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Moomaw, their daughters, Ethel and Veda, Mr. and Mrs. John Moomaw and daughter, Dorothy Leo. Character Sermon Ranch Home Scene Topic at Delano of Bridge Affair i DKLAN'O, Sept. 12.—"Ix)vo as thoi DIOLANO. Sept. 1U.—Mrs. Erwln ical program. Tho history of tho founding of the Grunge many yearn HK» will ho given. Mrs. Brynon will year and the school cafeteria will be open for the first day. Individual servings will be 5 cents or the plats lunch of three articles of food for 10 cunts. i , Principal K. F. Clemens announces ' he asNlxted liy Memltimos Jon Al- j that the teachers have been assigned trlnger nnd R. T. Cole. i as follows: Kindergarten, Miss Flor-* A moment of silent prayer was ! enco Howard; first grade. Miss Clara held for one of thn members, Mr. Mrs. .lane Newark remained at I Tlnney. who In dangerously ill In force to complete human character," will bo the subject of tho evening sermon at tho Community Methodist Church with tho 'Reverend Claronco Wagner preaching at 7:30 o'clock. At this servlco ho will answer two questions. "How can I overcome a W. Blnlr entertained recently at her borne on the SU-epy Hollow ranch with two tables of bridge Score honors went to Mrs. 10. C!. Washington for high and Miss Juno Hounth- waltc, Bueond high, and Mm. Frank 1 looped, consolation. Rofrunhmbnts homo except for short trips to Convict Lake and to Fresno. Mrs. Georglana I'ole spent most of the Mimmer at home, with short trips to Los AiiRi'les and a ramping trip to i Convict Lakes. Mrs. Leila Garretl j passed a t|\ili>t summer at her home I at Chlco, with varlnuH trips to ilrans 1 Valley to visit her sister. Mrs. • Elizabeth Downs passed the summer at home. Mr. M. 11. l.inscnlt and Kern General ITocptliU. The entertainment bended by Mrs. Bryson, served refreshments. Carpenter, Miss Fa ye Gill and Miss Teacher Praises County's Schools family enjnyed a four weeks' camp- i ,. NORRIS, Sept. 12.~Mrs. Florence IIIK trip to th« lake region Bishop. Alice Stabbcrt; second grade, Mls« '• Carrie Boyd, Miss Shyrle Summer** committee, and Miss Evelyn Wedel; third grade;' Mrs. Iris Locke, Miss Delight Moonr and Mrs. Ruth Sherwln; fourth grade, Mrs. Isabel Fisher. Miss Ruth i .laege'r and Miss Francos Reese; ! fifth grade, Miss Mildred Ehrhorn ! nnd Miss Dorothy Stuart. i The sixth grade will be taught by • Miss Margaret Elliott and Mrs. Fayc i Prltschko; seventh grade, Mrs. Florence Page. Miss Dorothy Steaffens near i Berry, principal of Nori-ln School, j and Daniel Symmes; eighth gradfc, ; who made an extended middle west- we IX) Borvod. , „ »,,._,.„.. j .„,-, , i Enjoying the afternoon with Mrs. j feeling of Inferiority? and 'What Hlall . wo| . o: Mesdatnes Charles H. i nnd children, Grant. Frank and Mona Jean of Davis Station. Recent guesUi of Mr.' and Mrs. Arthur Brown were Mrs. Blanche AVilllamson, Miss Marlon AVilllam- son of Fairvlew and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Boon of Ratsln City. Mr. and Mrs. Rny Potter were Bakersfleld visitors on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sarret and Miss Frances Barrett recently accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ano Carleon and Miss Evelyn Verdler of Oildale on a motor trip to Long Bench where they remained for several days, returning on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. AVIlliams. were business visitors In Bakersfield Tuesday and AVednesday. TEHACHAPI OILDALE OJLDAL13, Sept. 11,—Miss Sybil Hlckoy is recovering from her reponl operation performed at San Joaquln Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers Hitchcock of Long Beach were recent guests at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Sum Mickey. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blagg of Bay. Calif., arc visiting their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Kinder and family. Mr. and Mrs. Blngg arc going to locate hero definitely. Mr, nnd-Mris. AV. O. Whltworth nrc are some ways of helping me to overcome my temptations?" At tho 11 o'clock morning service ho will preach from the subject, "Some modern forms of paganism." At this service there will be special music by tho chorus choir of mixed voices directed by Mrs. Ben C. Shearer. Sunday school Is at. 9:50 o'clock and Iho Kpworth Lcuguo at. 6:30 o'clock. During the continued absence of tho Reverend C. K. FlamtKhi, pant or of Iho Baptist Church, Dr. J. S. Pnto will occupy the pulpit nl the morning worship service al II o'clock. There will bo no church service In the evening, but the young people's society will meet at 6:30 o'clock. Al St. Mary's Catholic Church mass will bo celebrated at (1:30 o'clock and at S o'clock by Father Phillip Kennedy, parish priest. 0. E. S. of Delano ResumesJMeetings DKLANO, Sept. 12.— Delano Chapter. Ord^r of KaMtorn Star, resumed meetings this wi.-ok with a covered dish dinner In tlm Masonic tempi's. Each member related vacation experiences. Tho slated solution of tho chapter followed dinner with Mrs. S. T. McCawtay precldlng as worthy matron. The next nicullng on September "^ will l>i; an iiMNoclato matron's party. College Departure Occasions Shower ARVIN. Kept. 11!.—The Misses A'lrglnln and Eleanor Kraut<*r whoro lionoro/d Friday evening with a surprise handkerchief Hhower In nnllcl- Branch nnd Frank Hoopes nnd liio j pillion of their departure Monday Hart, Robert IJoiinlhwiille, P. M. Kyle, 10, G. AVuNhlnifton and Juno RounlhwalU 1 , all of the Jasmine district: Memluines George hostess. PANAMA vacationing ut Long Beach and other southern resorts. John Moore, formerly of Henderson. Ark., now slnllonod at San Francisco with thu army, was n re PANAMA. Hcpt. 11.—Mr. und Mrs. Allen Mains and children. Mary ICllen and Bill of Imperial valley visited Mr. ami Mm. It. W. Landon recently. Mr. and Mrs. Chris /Plllg have recently been visitors nl C'n'-ucns. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Sliopard were called back to Louisiana on business recently. Tho Flvo Hundred Club mot re- cenlly with Mr«. IX-wey Tnllnmn. MPH. J. C. Shrlvor and James Herod won flmt pri/os and Mm. James Herod and Frank I/ouslulol second. Those playing were Mr. und Mrs. Frank Louslalol, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Oasncy, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shrlvor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rex Beissor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Duly, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gonrirn Parish, Mr. und Mrs. Enrl Parish, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Hhopanl. Mally" Hulls, Harry Taylor, Mrs. Jnuieti of Hnkorsflukl. Dinner jttiesls at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Shrlvcr Sunday evening vvoro Mr. and Mrs. Eil Moll, Agnes und Mary Moll, IXH> Mutter- field, Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo T. Shopa rd, Mrs. John Macon will be In charge of i hi' Panama cafeteria for tho com- IriK year. Alice and Raymond Honker of Los spent Iho woak end with GLENNVILLE for Santa Barbara, where they will at tent) the teachers' college. The Hhower was glvun by Mrs. Herman Kcxroth, Mrs. Harold Porlmun, Mru. M. C. Yiiussy, and Miss Martha Porlmun n« hostesses nt the homo of Mrs. <'. C. A'aussy. nnd colili'HtM furnished I lie Miss Teresa Burke nnd Harold Bun- ern trip this summer, roturnod ! lain. • greatly Impressed with tho superior- j Miss Dorothy Tamblyn will teach Ity of Kern county's rural school j vocal music and Alfred Session will program. Sho reports that In tho i tench band. dozen states she visited sho saw no ! The kindergarten will probably Approach to California'R rural school ! conduct two sessions this year on account of tho increased enrollment.,, Ono session will begin at 9 and close nt 12 each day and ihe other session will begin at 1 o'clock and close at. 3:30 p. m. i standard of physical equipment. Norrls .School has received many Improvements In preparation for the opening Monday. Whllo it Is ono of tho county's smaller schools, tho board of trxmU'CH and tho faculty Tho new teachers are Miss Alice strive to keep It up to date, as evi- i Stablwt. Miss Gerlrude Ingram, danced by the maintenance of n bus. full-lime Janitor service, a cafeteria und a good school orchestra. [ Bosldn Mrs. Berry. Mrs. Carrie \ Mull will return as primary teacher, I and J, A. Ithoden will act n« cits- todlnn nnd bus driver. The trustees are James If. Cave, clerk, Qrogorio entertainment for th» ev^tiltig at Ihf conclusion of which refreshments j Momllbviru anil Fcllz Ktohovorry. were nerved. The guests Included i <»»*• MlhH Virginia K"muter, Miss Eleanor Krauter, .Mrs. M. 11. Krautor, Mru. J. I.. Km tiler. Mlsn Mary Eric. Miss IxMha niuiKlliui, Mrs. l,o«l>>y Uuvln, Miss Thelma Bidhop, Mrs. Carl Port- j man, .Miss Martha Porlman. Mrs. j II. II. I'ortman, Miss V Women of Moose Make_Fall Plans TAFT. Sept. 12.—A class Inltln- Miss Frances Reese and Miss Dorothy Stuarl. Mt. View Church Members Gather MOUNTAIN VIEW. Sept. 12.— Mrs. M. F. Parish entertained mem- « bera of the Women'a Auxiliary &f hor home Thursday afternoon. Be-' votlon* were led by Mrs. J. L. Bur-;". KOHS and the business session pre-* sided over by Mrs. H. R. TonUlneon. Plans were made for a dinner tov McFarland Din net Is McKAHLAN'D. iVlll bo under (ho chairman ! ship of Mrs. Margie Keokler. Also i planned for October is nn amateur show for the benefit of the P. T. A. milk fund, which will be directed by Mrs. Kathorlne \VIIIIams. Mrs. Mar- social freahmcnts Kept. IK. -- Tho, LocUwood Avenue home of Mr. and I gwy Fllppon was appointed chair- MI-H. W. J. Held wan the neono of a mnn of a series of curd parties to In honor recent dinner party of OLKNNA'ILLK. Sept. 12.—Mrs. G. AV. Mainline, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. 11. Stophnnsori, and her Tue»dav were MUe Winifred Formway and >fr«. V. 8. Cooley. Jr. 'Mr. and Mrs, ThOmnn M. Morion are at home 1o rccflve visitors nt 308 Mountain View avemm. South Tuft. Mj-A, Morttfn 1» tho Mnrlon Roberts. V f « TEHACHAPI. Sept. 12.— Mrs. Car rle Downs has returned from a visit with her son and wife, Mr. und Mrs. Tom Downs in Arvln, The Ladies' Aid will meet next Tuesday at tho homo of Mrs, Frank Blowers in Almond Court. Miss Jessie Howoll lias' gone to Glandule, where sho will attend high uchool this tt'.iin. Will McAdams nnd Mr. and Mrs. Lcslar Hancock, who have been visiting relative* and friends here uiui In Unto valley, returned to their homo .at French Camp AVednesd:iy. liy roil Holilneau, Miss Kvelyn Cannon and Mrs. J. J. Hicks of Ventura visited Monday and Tuesday at the home of Mi's. 1 lick's son, G«ne cent visitor at the homo of Mr. nnd <l"-MKhU-r Patsy Anno of Los Angeles Mrs. Cleo Payne of Rlvervlow. Miss Flrellng Kinder has returned from n two weeks' vacation passed with relatives at Sttngor. Mlsu Belty Coots and her sister. their brother anil MlateiTSonfiy nnd Nurma, who are slaying with their Hunt nnd uncle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Hlnhhleflcld. Mrs. B. T. Hono of Los AUKI-ICS. Mr. anil Mrs, HI f'ole, and Mrs. Rlley ] Colo of BnkorHflold wern Hundny afl- i ernoon tfuosls nt tbo home of Mr. | and Mrs. J. i'. Shrlvor. i Atr. and Mrs, C. J. Ryuh nnd chil- j (Iron, Kvelyn and John, have re- their daughter. Mrs. AVilllam Byrne, who woi) colebrullng her blrllidny annlvormiry. A lovely cako decorated with flowers formed lh« ecu- terploco for Iho table and nttrncilvo favors mnrlu'd each guest*' place. The honoree was pre«oiited with gifts. Places were marked for Mr and Mrs. Myrii", Miss Nelodeno Held and tho host und lioHtess. begin October 12 In Moose hull. Wasco Constable to KEENE WAKCO. Kept. J2.—Waller Parks begun his service as constable of tho ninth township Thursday after be- Ini? sworn Into office. Mr. Parks ! | was appointed Tuesday by tho board : of supervisors, after straw ballot I j,! had l'»" L n tnkon nl a public meeting' i j In \Vnseo recently which gave him j jibe majority of voles. Mr. Parks j j has many friends In the community j. i and Is rrcelvlng every co-operation were served by th« • Those present were: Mesdame« H. R. Tomllnson. C. P. Clark, Dick AVolclier, G. P. Thornburgr, H. Cunningham, R. W. Burgess. H. O. Thompson, Young Thornburg, Ev- I ••rett Thornburg. R. W. Burgess. E,, I L. Burgess, Mary Campbell. « Metdome* E. G. Buerkle. G. H. Fll- ' kel. J. L. Burgess. Charles Norton. I Ml " Mar *' AUc * Thompson. Mr*. .1. C. Freyt-r of Santa Barbara, and Mrs. Parish. •*POND turned from Ixis Angelo* where Mrs. i KKI3NI'!. .Sept. \'i -Mrs. C. A,j returneil to thi-lr honu; nftur spend- O. J. Rvgh nllenriod University of \ 111)1. Mlns Hazel Richardson and '• , Ing a week at Linns Valley. Mrs. J California durhm tho summer ses- j Chai'li'H Hill and AV«mloy Kfczlar of I \ llulnllni' wim culled hero to l>e with i slon, John reiurned to KiinUi Bar-| Bukf>r»fteld were Friday evening i her mother, who met with an accl- j IHH-H Touchers' Coll»gi> ThurHday. ] «UPSIH ut tho iiomo of Mr. und Mrs. i dent. Ralph Dove and family also! Hurry KRgloflone Is upending a | Oeno Hudson. Mm. 1 111! utaycrt over ! i In carrying out his ilulies. POND, Sept. 12.—Murl Mitchell of South Pasadena spent Tueedav In.- Pond returning to hla home Tuesday evening. CALIENTE Miss Elizabeth, have returned from returned to Los AIIR*U-S. Mr. Dove i few weeks at lloho Hot Hprlnus. a vacation nt Greenhorn mountain. Eugene Sprayberry, son of Mr. and Men. A. B. Spniyberrv of De and Mm. Ktephonson are recovering! Mrs. 2eno cliff has lx>en quite 111 from n .'i'i litillut wound received j at her home In t'anumu. when a gun was accidentally shut. I 11. AV. Klx»rlo. Con Grim-holt, ,llm to vUlt a few days with her da ugh ter, Mrs. (!t>ne Hudson. MIKH N'adlne lirown motored with her broth" r. Klmer Urown, to \jon catur stroftt. entered thu iVevenlo-i Mr, arid Mrs. Arthur KUbrvth and 1 HelllnttHloy nnd Alfred Tablj-r made a : Angeles Wednesday. Ml»fi Brown Hlcka. Other recent at the Hides home were Douglan ROHM, Francis Quadra and the Mm»»s JamU Ross and Gwen Borgtne of San Jo»e. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marx and Mr. and Mm, Geno Hicks passed AVednes- day fishing near Kernvllle. catching several fine trout. Frank. Cowan went to Bakercfteld Monday to enter Junior collegw them. Mr. and Mm. Dale Roskelly of Glendalc visited Sunday with Mr*. Uoakftlly's father, John Dlx, In Monolith i: and Mm. Otto Lange drove to 1'lna FrlflAy to attend funeral wi f«c KrttnM Sfllya, who -was if ecntly killed in' nn 'automobile oc- •ciilcnt neat' BUhop. xervlvwi f«c rlnrn nt Kcenn Tuesday. Mr. und Mrs. Rulon Keolch nnd daughter hnvo returned from a three months' vacation at Wellesvlllo. Utah. J. K. Morchead has purchased a home on Deoatur street from C. F. Newberry, who is moving to the coast to make his home. family, who for thp past vonr have been inuiiuidiin Ihe Uli-mivlllo si-rv- I Ice station, are taking over the \ *- Wooily service station whore thi<y j i will lmvt> tlu-lr opcnliti; with a dunce i ' Saturday nlghl. Fred Gutherlo's or-! '• ehostra will furnish-the mimic. \ * to '•"" ln*t w«-i'k. •-»- Mifs Hubcrtft Hamlln motored to r.o« Angeles AVednesday where «wv will enter tho University of California. She was accompanied south' by her mother, Mrs. H. L. Hamlln. und cousin. Miss Flossie Hoffman. ~ —, y j (ieorge Buekner has returned ** ! fi-om n business trip to Los Anami : Ki>|f»s. Mr. anil Mrs. Frank l*e returned BEARDSLEY will Bturt lo U. C, L. A. next Mon 1 (!tt >'' Itlon of lh< Mr. and Mrs. Kdward J. Williams , line here and MlK» Dorothy I'rc.slon were vis i llors lit Clear Creel; Tumdfiy. —+ Mr. our Mru. who ! Bill Grf-rcon. Thotnl* Frlsen and j (Andy Anderson of Bakerufleld en- i BKARDKLKY, Sept.. 12. j joyed a vltilt MI Mr. G«ri«>n'M Hummitr : rencf Miimton und L. G. TiiKKint f,nbln nbovi* tho Jack Ranch. ' left Friday for Mr. und Mm, Kermlt Austin and ! Tyb... Nevada, to sp..n.l n few dnv» h.'iby daughtfi- Mario utu-nded the harlXH-uii In 'IVJmrhiipl Monday. H. Mviu Hicks U enjoying a few CAL1HNTK. Hwjit.. 12—Mr. Mru IV'lHinl i^.'inlw^ll anil son Potor an<l thi-lr nl<-c.. arc MUHslnt; n vnoa- \ home from San Francisco Mondav lion nt hoinn In Aliimvua. Mr. i ,-%.(«nInif Is e, Wl K,.,l on construe.; ^ ^ ^ ^ Joh|wm an( , daughter rpttirninl to their home In liiikeraflt'UI Tuesday. Their sons. Hoy and Gene, are spending the f their new Southern Pacific J»-s««> Uennt'tt. »ou of Mrs C. F. Bennett, arrlvi-il We«liu>s(litv from Doctor VVIiH-bnrg of Road's Knd, wlu-r.- th".v will ultend a milloimi i | M /ii\! H j ttu '',IlVuu' u t' till Teliac'Siupl 'viU formerly of Fulton Station. niH.-nl Iho convention of the WtwanH of •*'«•• i i ev 'llosoltBl and " ...... l_ ... „_ ..1 _ * ^»i _ .- t tl . ' f.lfirmt "Vl*« I'd *Pli K\r nti* <i u rt.*\,nrti I nu I . * • j olgn AVni-d. They go an delegates j ..i,,,.!.. PHvaU- Harold Brown i MI. have moved to 451 Wilson street. J. J. Blackburn has purchased a lot on Decatur street and will mov« a hou»e from Oil Center soon, M^r. and Mrs, H. E. Power are moving a house from OH Center to 542 Wilson street. Among localltes who attended the national air races were Mr. and Mrs. AV, 8. Buohncr nnd ilanghtor Frances and Mr. and Mrs. A. U.'Hpmytwrry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Spwrgeon of the oil fields returned Monday from a i>Hof visit to Morro Buy. Mra. .lean Hsmmon. on*»ra<or of •loan's TTcauty Shop. l» still connnod . , to her home with tmlnfut Inlurieo 1 night sruest at the honic of his »nn Master Giaiu Bout left iccenilv week end at (llMinvlllt. i JamiiS, Gregg Bpent I^lwr day ini p • ., flg J^r<?flnc> ' nuis. Mn.' Claud Fmnkuni and turn' , Ml '; ""'' Mr«. H. M. Baker and i M)l ,s Claud. Jr., of Portorvlllts spent dauBht.«r» June nnd fin have ro-1 AVpdnesday night »«. tho giw^st of {turned to their^ home on north Chew befurc joinliiK Mrs. IlcnnoU unil j th«lr children at Sunora. Nevada; inlnliiK Is prosperous, he mild. ' Mis* Betty Hamlln visited in Bak- Liulics of the Potluck iMuh enter- j ersfleld Thursdaj- to regUler at th* tulncd thflr huxImn.lH at V dinner at: BaUemfieM Junior College. Twin OuUs i-fci>tttly. MUui Marjorle Ludy left for nr« doin'ir v. rv i David C, Mills U still trucking • t'Yofito Thursday where «he wBI re- I.IK ,1 i Kn ,j t , r, x ,m hla much to lUk.-rs'HoUl.; sum* her teaching duties at tn* t Mr and Mrc A O Hicks and' 111 " l ' r °l' wai1 KOOrt !in ' ( Price* nre Fr«sno High School. ' . Beverlv and I ouUe a 11 * hlith. i Mr «»d Mrs. Ch*rl»* McLaugWIn ; Dorothy ntebe attem Sd tie' Fr ank Pe«iv«y is luaviug for Den- and littU> daughter Rita have nt- ton Monday in Trtm"ho|.l I v*r to work on the Molten railroad:j turnea tc,_their home In.ValiejoafJW, Mr. and Mrs. Jim l>unlni>, Mr. nnd Mr*. ,1> IX Kcho'ller. Mns; j H. L. Kphollct nn<t ilQiigh.tor, Mln* | fc^rm^i'iy of l*os Augelof* ' r«inilv viiilted "oM frlHHl'* In Glcnnvlllf oii ; nmt" In her wnlof year at U»- f th«*lr WHV 10 Nequota. . > vrrsltv of Californlo at l^h / G. A, Hunt of Powv was nn o^er- nvenuo after upending a week Hr<iuola Nation;!I Park. While Ml«(< Juiip linker vlsliwi Mies Tuclti-r. who was lnr rmint fnl An- r yn Viicticl and diitiffhtei to I3nker»f|p|<l w_ .. . \VwJneudnv, Mm. Newmtui is taklne caro of Dorothy this win struck Uy last week when hw car «a» 1 and family, M. vv. Hunt, on TUum> I for Oakland, where ho will attend a ! I«T while Mrs.' -ni*ln>l teache* »chi>ol a ti-ucV day, . \ prlvait- whuol. ut Caliento. Diirolhy i Pacific eflgluwrlnc depart men t we.nt' Of Mr. and'Miv.' Joe AVliU*. ..-. t he v 1 home to Oakland far a visit ie-' Mr». Ra.v Cornelson ana son ct'ntly. ,«U1 and Mrs. Minnie T>. Smith Hob Swecnev. avtlstniu tn Knei- i Pelano were Monday I'vefting._ necr 'K. C. Morrlton hei-e. l» vnca- nl the horn* of Mr» and Mr«> H. at hui-inj In Newark, Hainllu ,iSr.!l»l)!K_»>*''A:i-kJ. .,A')f<A i_i!s>'si »..t.t',"bJ;."i>LJii-!..-..*'."* '...,..«:.i;4u«.';-. ,.* :'.-...j?.i^„

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