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10 T11K lUKKUSPlfclJ) CAL1FOKN1AN, MdNDAV, SEPfBMBEU 14, 1986 '...', '\ , , * . . " . \ COMMUNITY j«3&BHeift3««'.e«.'. News From Kernville Area w.-«'l( Mid wllli tlii'in. Mi'M. Hvrotn will li'iivii for Niintn 1'iiliilliui Girl Well Known Weed Patch Grange in Delano Wedded! HeawofVacation _ | \vfOIOD PATCH, Hept. If—A. T. DKNANO, Hppt. H.~rxical rola- j j«:ni H on, nmstiT of Wood Patch llvos Imvo rn('p|vi"d finnonricomcntn i (Ininffii, iin Intorcntlng rtiport vlir^S'i jKi'y^u.' 0 ;,:: 1 ^. 1 ;,!^"",^ 1 ";;: <*»*»* <* »•< *»*"•*»*» « r *»*» *™\°<,,^,^-^ .n,, t « c-,'..m«iu *»* visit nl MM mlniim- pi-o|>.-rtlr-M ni'iir 1'iilion with Imr mollmr ill (hi- Houlh- Corrlim Hupl((.-lmr Hopti'mbi-r I to I N OW YorK at I ho nrni'tlng of llm I UK nit: Ului r 'i''i ri-norl. | \vnilnrn Mcl'"in]il"ii nl llm hotru; of j Orunj{" I'YIdiiy nlKht. Twlco monthly , M .,,,,! M, k i- pi,,1.1,. i-i'inni'-il H'liiv llnnlv wn.-< n I-PI-PIH V|H||OI-! ||u> | )r |,|,.' H mmli> und mini, Mr. n.ml I nmntlnKH will Im riwilimd through from ,-iMn-iil«'ii ii'lp "i 'tin'"' 'M'i'l<»' hi Nnlu-llii UP Hlnt'-H Hint 111" iif\v ,M,'H. I/. K. Ki'lilnuff. Only rt'lallvcM ! tlm wlnli-r. 11 WHH docldPil to H|)on-1 rtuniii. il Tlim-xilm . liiii-lmr Ilii-lr Uni'lv nun'li III I,yni'li riinyoii Is j „,„( ,.| OHC . rrli.'lidH wt-r<t lircBOlH for ' HOI- nil r'liti'l'Uilnmi'iit on booHtor'fl | trip MI nnil .Mi- I'inlili v inoiiiri-il Ki'inliinllv lnldiiK form. i llm (•(•rfionny. i nlKht, wlion HID pnliHc. will hn In-i In I,..ui-iv IMi Ki'iiim-liv ..ml I'm l< Mi-" Ulllnii I'ni-r will ri-liirii to '|'||,. |,,|,|,. wor( . „ nn.vy l.iltm tnf- vlti-d. '•. Tin II. \. i-'-ml iiml Mn- A !• linn l\'-i in HI'- HI!H \M-«'U Iroin n innii ! f r . l(1 frocU, Mini it corxuKn nf wlilti; Tin- liullilliiK coininlttPP rnporlcd ; C,,M , .M-i-Mih n HUM. -. 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A|1 ' 1 ''" 11 ' 1 "" " f ""'ton, ""'I » wllli lilm lliroiiKh hln work on lo- , nl' 1 of tin 1 hlxh Mi'liool Hmn\ Tlu-y i-iillon IHTI-. : will innlin Ihi-lr honm lif Hnrrii- .MAUICOI'A, Hopt, 14.—Mr. und i I-Ivrri-li WlllliuiiH of KomlM |.;,,d ; ""'Hlo. wlmro Mr. Mr:l''ii.ildcn IH i-in- M| . H _, ( . u ,,. n i,. y , w hu worn recently j Mpi-nl Thuifiil/iv In lniil.i'llii iiinl ! )iloyi-ij. ^. , ^ .married In Ti'.xiiM, WI-I'P KU^HtH of I K"rin III'-. *^"* honor nt n Hhowi-r tiiirty (jlvi-n hy j Teacher of Piano ti till- Illnvllll,' .'I Hi. Illlll flOIII 111" Hill ,,| in, |,iupoH<-d n. •« Ki-nivlll. lllllnll '-i ln">l Illlll.HllK "|n II nil .-.lious ii;in- li.-i-n irlvin HIM ll.-nllimii ..I iHiilii-ll.i >'. an M ,,,,,,, , Tliiii-'nliiv > ("ll'ir In Mali.-i-J.1'1..M II.• mi'ii''. K i-rn vlll.- plnvi-m nlr.-ii.lv ntul liH MI..I.-I-. MI-M. I'hrlMti-n.- Hv l| " 1 " 1 \l''toi'v on Hi.- i.lr.-ni;lli of rum. n-.-.-iilh- i-nl.-i-liilm-il lli.h |uir \nilfil Ihi- l\'"rn rl\'er iiri-ii 'in Sun iltiy "vi'iiln« nt H ii'i'lncU |HII|II-I|II mul Ki riivllle will Innul" In wlinl IirnnilMi-H to In- n hiliitl'itiH f-l riiKi.'l" nl th<j Ki'in rlvi-i nli'.bl Imll ill i M|HM Atidi-py llnrlili-roud and MfH. Hill \VI»w"ll nl llm lumm of Mr, and /•\»1 I 1 nj !• MI-H. I'". T. llarklernad on Wodnnmlay Ml OlInMIP 'SllInlOi nv """"f- 'li.iriMH won- plnyod durlnn ai/ viiuaic otuuiu 1 ,,,,, r . V( , lllllK ,„„,,. Wf .,i t i )nK K ift w.w - ,,. u'....' |, _ V lr,, fh,.Hl,.r l>'-"«"" l(>(l '" t"" '•"I'l'l"- HofrCBh- 1',, H..pt. II.—,\ltn. ( ln>Hl.-r Wfi| . l> H(1| . v( , ( | ,,, Mt-BsrM. and HIIKIIMH, teaeh'-r of plnno, linn opened tier locnl Klndlo ill Die commuiilty Aiilhoiij 1 H.'ii A iiK'-l'' M . ^'lio H|ii'iil n Ilielr "X|i"l li'lll-i- Ihllni; fur movli- ciiinpii nli M Tli"\ (''"I lliMi thi-v i-nn Illi-lr l<-!-'M " X IM-I I'-nn-il n|' iiiiii-nlM 1 .1-1 Sllnluu.l, i, lil iiiii<- ri-Mlili-nl ill' »iili"llii, IIIIM hi'i-n tniin«f"ri-"il from i 'miip limit;' r. when I" h;ir In ' n omplov"il In I nlhil Sliilin lon-xlrv worli, In l-'nlrvleu . \* here hn will . linve elniri-t" nl Ih" i-oni'l Mirtliiii of' Ih" Kiih -vli w I i«nhl" Hniilt ro;iil. \Vlil-ll Illiw IM-'-II l-eeelVKil Illlll Illllv l. Ki-rnvllli ho\ In MH|'"|V emolleil In nrliool In i 'Ini-lnnm I Ohio N'. I. I'lmlii". Al IllMhop, l'i-rr Clm-lii" mul lulls M. linn in-" com rmiKi nii-nlH lor n. weeli ol door hiinllni,' at ( 'in HUM mi-iiilow Tin Ir iiini|iliiK "i|nlpni"iii iilri-mh IIIIH In. rn pui-lii'il lulu ih" hli;li ei'iintrv nnil they ulll lie liiUi-n In from Kiilrilow In time lo enjoy UK enhiK diiv. Word him lieen reeelvoil Him In II. It |')VMIIH mill In Im npiii-liaii i| \,\ hlH roi'enl liulo neelili-nl Mr*. KVIIIIM plmiii In drive him to Knu vlllo from I. on Aii|("l"H for it nhml vlitll In the iienr future. Thlw In (he flrMl yi-nr In whkh Miami MIH. \V. T. Oliver hme pro duceil flowerH on III" Kioiinil'M ot Uielr Motor l.mln.- In ImihHIu. ,1. (In-i-n. who hiui IM-KH liililnx i IM of Ih" plmilM mid llowiM lor ih. in inn produced whnl llmvi i IHIM I.-I-M cull Mom" ol the I'llK-Ml diihllin Iin", cvi-r hnv" Keen The hloxiioimi nn- (>X"e|iHomilly IHIK" mid ol lhn- foi m mid color. Sorority Gathers Tor Wasco Party \\ AHCO. H.-pl. II. Mm. r-i-i-d (<,-,,- fi.'id wiui IIIIIII.-IIM 'riiiii-Hiiny i<vi-niiiK to m.-mil.MM ol 1 i>ml.-|-nii Kjipiui HIII OlII.V of I lull IT.-I Hi -III. Ill \\lllrll >i||,< In H ini'inlii-r. Th" "V.-nliiK U;IM HiMiii'd nl lirliU;. 1 . pt l/.m li.-hif; UMII hy MlHH I'Mi-li- .M.-l.rod nnil ,\||MM Kill In llm- \\'|. KIM Mlinlfi, liiilnly 11 fri'.'i|iii,..niM \^i<i-r ti..|-\.-d ui llm I-I.IM.. ill' III" I'V.-lllllK. TIlolMi Who (IllPlllli-d \\.-l-" .M"n ilmii.-H Mill-Inn Tllilii 11 .M. Dnrl Sim Hi.-. III|HI-> I'ryor, I'hnrl.M \\l.-l\i-i-iihnin, li" Ml.•vi-iiHon. ll.-niv Mm li, ,h t\ Illlmn M"i 'Ini-.., MlHH.-M lln-,.,-1 ||t- n.-i. Knl h.-rlii" \\li-li.-niliMiii mul Kl .1.- ,M-'l."inl nil nf IliiUi-rnn.'lil \\ iim-.. ;ii"Hln wi'i-i 1 Men, II. \\'iiyii" Slum 1 mul Mi " i'. A i 'iimpli"!!. II. II. Wallacn, Uoniild HIIDH. lloyl Henniilt. J. H. Montictt, InhlioiiHM for |hi; full li'rni hi'trln-. .». . ,. ,, , , dim imxi Hnliirdiiy lli>nry I'lllHrnimi.-. Hoyd Doll, John M.-H. IhiKiniH In'ri-i-i-lvlim "nroll TroKcm, K. T. HarUlProHil Mill Wi8- II.-..IH nl I,",- honm, :':.".".! ('nllfornlii wHI, •'. K. Moor., and Clllforfl Mm th, iv. nil.-In Hnl("i-Hll..|d, or ill tin- lornl M )H « """J' UnrUlprond and ItitnUIn m SnliiriliiyM. AiidllloiiH VVIIhnrhr-r. Mr. Itanicy IH niunngor will h.- Klvi-n nil filiiilr.ni.H fn-i- of of tho tin-ill di'partiimnt "f tho Murl- i-linrK". i-opa. MiirUnt. Delano Miss Feted at Bridal Shower DIOLANO, Sept. U.~Mr*. Curt IfHiiR iiml Atrfl. II.. H, McCleoa woro Joint hoBtoHHOB on Thtiraday night whon thay piitcrtalnrd tit a nilsccl- InriPtniH bridal shower at DID homo of Airs. Itimg complimenting Ml«s Oi'fLoo HaniHpy, wlioso marriage to Clnrcncn Wunkum will laHo plflco thlM inonlh. . A color nclipnif,' of gri'en anil WliltO WHH I'urrliHl out In this decoration, tlm rofi-pBhriiftnts and tufolo appoint- nn'iilH. Tlm niuny lovely glftH wore arranged undnr a pnrftBpl, decorated In green and while, and favors were miniature green pimiBoK nonquota of white four o'clocH« decorated tho rooms. MlBs Carlotta llaag led In games and contPBlB. Mr. Wanltum and Ttaymoni] llanmoy joined the group for rofrt'HliinenlB. lOnJoylng thu iwrty with tho hon- oroe wero the MIBHOH Ara.ii Tlamupy, Mabel Hinlth, Junct Struthnrn. iiyda OrlHwold, HOIK- llolriemnn nncl l!nr- Inlla Iliuig, and MpHdarnoM Franklin P. Huruin, A. L. Smith, A. 11. David- Hon, K. W. Hnlth, Minnie OrlHwold, Hi-n C. ShPiircr, IT 1 . R. HiuriHoy, Arthur A. Cli-ffii, John AT. Kylo, Oliir- PIICO WuKiior. Ivan UnyH, Clforgo lllctt. Ttarry Itlett, Hubert II. Hlett. Jr., Robert II. Illott, Hr., and tho Maricopa Personal News Taft Miss Feted at Shower Party MAUTCOPA, Sopl, 14.—Andrew P. Stanley of .Lou Angclea paid a $26 fine when arraigned In Jtidgo J. R. AndefBon'8 couri Thursday on a charge of hunllng In tho FraZler game refuge. Toeimhoe Bryon was ordered to piiy a $2C fine recently for shooting a splko buck. Justice H. 1.1. Batoy of Taft conducted court In the absence of Justice Anderson. John D, Henderson was a business visitor In Atarlcopa Wednesday, and Thursday. Mr. Henderson Is county librarian. Mlsn Vera Foul of I<o» AngeleB WIIB a recent guest of Miss Mildred Hushaw at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. 13. O. Austin. • High BChpol students of Wheeler Rldgo, who formerly came to Maricopa, will go to Bakersflcld for the school season of 1036-37. Mrs. Ann Molloy •haw returned to Maricopa fronj l^os Angeles, where she passed the summer with relatives. J. R. Cookman returned to Maricopa Wednesday evening from Los Angeles, whore ho passed tho major port of his school vacation, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Noble have returned from 10 dayB.at tho coast. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wlnn and children have returned from Wellsvllle, Utah, where they went during July to visit at tho homo of Mrs. Wlnn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brlgham Maughn. Mr. and Mrs. V. C!. Caldwell and Mrs. Ooldlo Dyer of 1,'Vesno were guests recently of Airs. Gertrude Bush. Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Caldwell are twin Bisters. Franklo Bush add Mortle Van Auken returned with the Caldwells, after visiting at the CCC camp at General Grant National Park. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Case visited recently at Han to. Maria In the home of Mrs. Case's brother and slster-ln- law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hall have received word of the marriage of Mr. Hall's brother Harry and Miss Wll- ma Logan, which took place recently In Glendalo, Mr. and Afrs, Jack Klnnebrow returned Wednesday from a two weeks vacation at Hunllngton lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ham Anderson passed a recent week end at Atascadero as guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burn- qutst. Donald RIckor and Vornon Helms were chosen as captains of the high school football team by Coach O. AV. Noble, at a meeting of tho team Wednesday evening. Mrs. Mabel Bond returned to her homo hero Friday after a two weeks vacation motor trip with friends to t^io Pacific northwest. Mr', and Mrs. Wlllard S. Tato announce the arrival of Flora Evelyn, an 8-pound daughter, born on September 9. Tho mother was 'formerly Miss Adrlanne Frazler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Frazler of Maricopa. Mrs. Tato and daughter are In tho Taft Community Hospital and arc reported doing nicely. TAIT, Sept. 14.— MtflB Yearout WOK the honoroo M a combined birthday parly and pro-nuptial shower given at tho homo of her * parents, .Mr. nind Mrs. Howard. Ynarou't, 10G W street, Saturday evening. The wedding oC Miss \'earout and Vcrhon "Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. John- William*, 1027 Wood* street, Is to be an autumn event.. After an« evening ot games, tho honoroe opened her many gifts, and refreshments were served to the guests. Present were: Mcsdames R. A. Young, 8ahi • Orloff, A. K. Don- nol, Edna Westbrooh, Winnie Derden, W. O. Nevlns, II. L. , McMan- ters, Vorda Dlxson and tho bride's mother, Mrs. Howard Yearout and the MlsBCB Ina Mae Cleveland, Helen Dcrden, Charlotte Tucker, Selma Tucker, Dorothy So well, Carol AVltto, Barbara Jennings, Louisa Donnel, Florence Macaulay, Marian Whitwell, Agatha Mattoon and Sa- manlha Crow. Sending gifts but unable to attend were Mesdames Charles Walker and daughter Betty, Jackie Walls, Ross Abel, Ray Casparls,. Ralph Nottingham, J. M. Ripple, Isabel Yearout, Lmcllo Churchill, T31- roer McGlnley, Ksta Yearout, Hazel Wllber, Ray Moler, Martha Wise, John Walters and H. R. Dykes, and the Misses Jcrrlo Casparls, Ruth Coker, Fannie Beun, Lois Conner, Ora Moore and Delta and Kathleen DeCluo. New 1937 PHILCO with the Philoo FOREIGN TUNING SYSTEM Amnring new invention! Fot- «ign mminni arc iprcad (urtlicr iipurt . . . are nnnird anil hunted, in color, on llir dial. You mnt by n»mc . . . eaiily, quiiklv, «c- mrately. And the luilli in I'liilco Foreign Turin/; S\ilem more thin doubles forrinn rrirpiion - . . by aulomatically itininK the Philro HiRh-Iiffirlrncy AerUI. Tiner American reception, too. . . . and again "OnlyPhilcohasitl" NEW MODELS >29.flO Up PHILCO 630X+A (ttmilnc Inrllntd .Suuiulinn ll"«"I I'lilko prlvtil immlnnlr Inw I AllltlKlll liul t-|ll«t|{l> ""'" UH1 $90.00 ''('firii|i/«'<r With Iliuh lifficifncy Ic/'id/.' \iithtnii Kl»i< tu lluy! EASY TERMS • • Liberal Trade-in Allowance The Valley's Lending I'hiloo Dealer. Tune in Radio Station W(iXAl World Wide News . . 12 Noon to 12:15 Mondays Through Saturdays. * i I i ir m M I OWN A CORSET WARDROBE One couple of "i.piiri' limn" mid yoti hnvn mi "Mill" corno.1. wurdrohu mi one foiiniliil Ion. \VhlHkH! mid lll(owlno I'ri'Mlo! ! ! • n rliim/,'" of linnt and tho iriinn formal Ion hi rumple!" from Mporl» lo formal foiiiidiitlon need 1 .' Knur :<lmple Illlln tali: In imhullon and htillon. Thul'ti all! Vim can llianli the Rlrdln nocllon of an Artlut Modol foiiiidiitlon for your pmiroil In olVeci. The dliiphramn control IH built liljjhor Mian tin- ordlnarv »;lrdle, no II Hwullown nny Kparo tiriiH i|nd H it In- n wii y n lnilt;liiK iillhouclte. Kronl and hiick honing In- miroM MlralKliI, nmoolh hip linen for tho fuller flutini nlld IH tho "I'llllni;" i'ei|Uli'einent I'or l''iiH'ii c.xactlng tanliltm HllhoiiuttttH, $KOO $ 7 50 $ 10 00 Extra Bras, $1.95, $2.50, $3.50 Tho Orlffinul All-ln-()nc With Detachable Brassiere # ft ffl flSSj ft ^J ffl 7 gg& UU d I mm mm mm to the Lovely flattering styles for the women more generously endowed by. nature to wear sixes 86 to 44. Fall fashions and fall tones were never more perfectly blended to bring out individual charm. New notes have been struck in the harmonies of fashion . . . together they play to fascination. Fabrics are richer, trimmings are brighter, and colors more lavish. You can be individual in your style selections. Tunics, flares and straight lines are equally fashionable. Famous CAMPEN half size dresses arc handled exclusively by us. $ 16 75 to Among the customs of Vitality Smart travellers of the footwear mode, llicsc shoes pay duty to their official requirements of smart styling specially lasted to keep you walking with Vitality. A MW STYUS '6.00 MMN I'l.OOll SIIOK DKI"l. Hosleiy Shades for Fall Smartness! LEATHER TAN CINNAMON SMOKE TONE GUNM'ETAL • GINGER FASHION SECTION MAIN FLOOR Choose Genuine Crepe Mission Knit Hosiery The choice of women of fashion who insist upon QUALITY and ECONOMY Steps 8V 2 to $1.00 Per Puir Three Pairs $2.85 VITALITY Fashioned of three and four threads. Featuring the new TRIPLE heel, toe and foot, insuring long life for your hose. CENTER AISLE 1ft fi ffi fltt 9 |J fij ' t$&

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