The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 15, 1936 · Page 5
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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 15, 1936
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' - * ';.'. *' . 1' ij< •; », i. .. - ' - . I, r". >r '. ' r* - Js. ' • '- ';'*•./.' '.-i. ,.-.- .. t • v't *-•. ^b .t >' HigMandPark News Notes - -. - - m^ , . • • . . - . . HtOHLAND PARK, Sept. IB.— H. j. Graves of Ix)8 Angeles and his nauffhter. Mrs. Hdward Freeman of Lonfif Beach are visiting at the home of Mr, Graves' daughter, Mrs. Roy Perkins. B. '"WV • Wanner ami Roy Perkins of the Perkins Oil Well Cementing Company are in Eureka on busi- hOSB. L Mr. and Mrs, Ed Funk of Los An* jreles spent Thursday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jowett. Mr. ana. Mm*. B. w; Wheeler drove to Santa Maria over the week end where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor; They also spent some time at Morro and Plsmo. Mn and Mrs. A, A; Perkins of Los Angeles spent Thursday visiting friends in Highland Park. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ried have returned from a trip to Dallas and Houston, Texas. Mrs, Rled and children also spent some time at Beach. Air. and Mrs. Koontss drove to Low Angeles where they attended tho air races. 13d Metzger ^ left Saturday for Fairvlew \vhcsre ho will pack in for a two weeks' hunting trip. Mr. and Mrs. AV,' C. Smytho and son John spent Labor day .at Fresno. . Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Hove of aiih> deh. Nobraaka, were recent overnight guestu of Mr. and Mrs. A. W;" Martinson* Mr. and Mrs, R.'Hagethrop and son of Fullerton spent Labor day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Me- fillhenny. The homo of Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Jasper, Jr,» was tho scene of a family reunion over the Labor day week en<L Amohft visitors from'out' of to>vn were Mr. and Mrs. O. L» Johnson and family 6f Whlttieh Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Shea and son, Miss Viola White/William Kenney of San Francisco and Mi*, and Mm. O. • R. Brtto and family of Teha- chapt. Mrs. A. W. Martinson drove to Patterson. Monday, being accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Nels Olsen and nephew, James Glotfelty. Who had spent tho week end at the Martinson home. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smyth* and son John drove to Walkers Basin for a doye hunt. Mr. and Mrs. George Deabll were among- those acting as host and hostess at the recent Letter Carriers' convention in Bakersfteld. Mrs. Qrace Scofield and her son Ijoonard Scgfleld and Miss Jesnle Cary, of Santa Barbara spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Scofield's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Mesmer. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bebeau and Mrs. H. Fraser drove to Ventura for Labor day where Mrs. Fraser will Visit relatives for a few weeks, Mrs.'Kenneth Lelmbach drove to Loa Angeles where she spent the week end. ECIS TONIGHI I L Meeting to Laundi Activ Fall Season; Program, Dinner Scheduled f Special to The Oalifornian) Sept. 16, Bureau will elect officers at fint fall, meeting- at 7 o'clock tonight in Frultvale School, when potluck dinner will bo served. In connection with a discussion of tho state and national Farm Bureau conventions In Pasadena in December, H. T. Strong, assistant farm adviser, will speak on the subject, "Why a Farm Organization?" The entertainment will feature "home talent ( night," and will also Include a moving picture. For the Information of the State Farm Bureau Federation, a secret ballot will be taken on the county and tnunici- "* • • and Airs. J. Stocktlll of JDccatur At root. t Mr, and Mrs. Mack Haggard havo ! arrived from Missouri to take up ! MlSS i residence in California. They nro 1 between tho homos of Mr. i ttl '» Mstcra, Mrs. Alva VWpton, local matron, aiut Mrs. Mary Una- j wtrd of Taft. OIL13ALK, Sept. 15.—Mrs. R. t Copeland and son Virgil of Riverview have returned from a vacation passed at Huntlngton Lake, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Evans nnd Children, who passed tho summer months at Monterey» have returned. A soap demonstration will take place at the local Community Church Thursday afternoon nt 2 o'clock, i P. O. KnMhcnmo, who hap boon Latftas of thf Viral Christian rhuroh. t pntJnnl nt tho Hood Samnrltan Mos- locul Ladles' Aid Society and the ! pitnl in IA»H Ang^lon for tho pant two Loyal Women's ClasH will participate. Refreahmonts will be served. Mr. and Mrw. Arthur Hornhanl and Mr. und Mrs. «. W, VMrish of McFarland pnaHerl Paturduy nnd Sunday at Kern Hlver Vnrk. Mrw. Berhhard will leave for Fulnma Monday to teach school for the coniing ARRANGE SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECI Delano Residents News Vldinc My rick Honoree illWccl Ralph Jnnzcn a term. Herbert Cowan of Illvorvicw wn» among 1 tho Y M. O. A. bnaohaU pUiyerw who motored to Snn over thn week end lo play ball. Stocktlll loft recently to fffptciai to The California*) SHAFTI3U, Sept. IB.—Miss Aldlne home' very j Myrlck, who will MOOU bo married to Hnlph Janzeu* was honored by a shower given her recently in tho Henry Janten honu> here. OuoBta who attended wore: Me»- dainoa Oeorge Niohol. H. H. Myrick, Leo Hodger, Alta Combs, department fitore in chargo of the shoe department. , - iNfr. and MI-M. noun Johnson -<jf Qle.ndale wore Saturday all guests of Mi-s. Johnson's annt, •! William I. Ail^n nnd Mr, Alten on th*»lr wnv htuM" to GloddaJe Fresno. Mr. and Mr*. W. K. Bi:rch(?lt and their chiMmn i-ot\irn«r»l to attend Santa Barabara Stnto Tench- era Collcpo. Mr. Stooktllt pannod the f last week. Tho summer here with his parontP. Mr. former local renlilenta. months, has returned much Improved. \Vook oiul tntttorlntH to Kos Anffe- IOH included Mr. find Mrs*. At well Iltirni'i- nnd Miss Kugenta Kflthley. Mr. und Mr«. .Ix*c 1-yonw nnd Mrs, Mra. Frolda HocU^tt wern week end vtaitorH In Santa Mnrla. \ Dewey Tlakor of Falrvli-w was a i reoont cnllor at tho homo of Mr. nnd i thor \\oatbroolt. Mrs. ChnrloH TluirHton. i Mrs. Kenneth iVu) atid won Jerrv ' of Arvin oallod on Mr. and Mr«. 11. j V. Olbson and «»thor local frlondn | family wore r Janzon, H. O. Junv.on, Opal IClennor Annls. AHa Duncan, Nova Ollvn llnnih ' i A , M .t Lyndon Myrick. civil service, retail store llccnsea and the public service commission, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Boane upehtl matlors Which will bo on the No vein- Friday in Taft visiting relatives. Chester O'Nell has returned from a business trip to San Francisco. Miss Hazel Lande of San Pedro who will teach the sixth A class and Mr. Kenneth Thlenes, who will teach music at Standard School, will make their home in Highland Park at the Paul Axley home this semester. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Chittim spent tho week end at Selma visiting their daughter and son-in-law. Mr, and Mrs. A. Glanz. ber ballot. SHAFTER uttonw ^ News Notes BUTTOmyiLLOW, Sept. 1C.—Miss Llla Ault arrived home Thursday from her summer's vacation. She went to the Texas Centennial Expo- Hitlon and Yellowstone National Park, spending tho rest of the summer in Oregon at the home of her parents. Mrs. Mary Murphy returned to Buttonwlllow Saturday from a vacation in and around yan Francisco. Sho brought her son Richard to bo with her and to attend Hchool hero during the next semester. Miss Carolyn Tolm has returned from her vacation, having attended a term at summer school and visited HOW TO OVERCOME ITCHING PILES if you are annoyed with Uchtng or rectal soreness, do not neglect the yame or run the risk of an operation. Any itching, soreness or painful passage of stool In nature's warning and proper treatment should be «e- cured at once. For this purpose got from your druggist a llttlft Ice-Mint and apply onco or twice daily. This cooling and soothing preparation quickly relieves the Itching and soreness, stops pain and heals the affected parts, Try it. Ice-Mint IB highly recommended and IB oaay and pleasant to use. It seems tho height of folly for anyone to risk an operation when a simple remedy that In so easy to use may be had at mich rfnmll com. with friends and relatives in Ix>s Angeles. Her mother Is coming to be with MlHS Tolin and her brother Al during the fall and winter. Mrs, Lucy Wooden has returned from /several; weeks' vacation in San Jose. Miss June Whitton fell from the doorstep of her home recently and sprained her ankle, and Is now walk- Ing on crutches. Miss Nina Blackford of Bakersficld vlnlted Miss Mary Pago two days last week. Miss Blackford and Mies Pago went to tfco Pacific Palisades near Santa Monica to attend a house party Saturday and Sunday. George Doyle, Jr., motored to Te- huchapl Saturday and returned on Sunday morning. Tho Rev. J. P. Page and the'Rev. Dr. Burton Barrett motored on Monday to Carlsbad, where they will attend «. three-day prayer conference with the Baptist pastors of southern California. This is an annual retreat und will, attended by about 200 ministers. Barbara Thomson entertained'Mar- thellen Bunker at a dinner party Saturday evening. After dinner tho Thomson family with Marthellen en- Joyed a show at the Nile theater in Bakersflold. P. C. Cantrell of Los Banoa was placed as successor to M.. Krag as district water manager In the Buena Vista \vater district. Mr. and "Sirs. Cantrell have Just moved to this community. SHATTER, Sept. 15.—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Unruh and two children have returned after an extended visit In tho middle west. Their baby has been taken seriously ill to Mercy Hospital In Bakersfleld. Mr,, and Mrs. Albert Unruh and their twin daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Unruh are planning to live on a ranch at Edison. Mn and Mrs. Charley Anderson have' moved from their home one mile west of town to their dairy ranch two miles west. J. H, Burson was in town Thursday greeting old frlftnds. Several years ago he owned tho ISlmer Chlndberg ranch here but now lives In the southern part of California, Items of Note in Wasco DELAXO, Kept. 15.—Mrs/ Irene Tlorton has returned home from a j recent vacation visit to 1-os AnjceU»». Mr. and Mrs. Othnell Horn and tholr sons. OthnMl Jr. and Robert of Kl Centro. worn Friday visitor* in thf home of Mr. and Mrs. John i W. UIMH! and Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank ; J. Coddlnglon yrhlle on their way! homo from HnntinRton lake, \vher«* * Mrs. Horn and their two nons spent j homo at s«nt» CHJ?. on Sunrtuy aft- tho Hummer. Mr. ami Mi*n. Horn **rnoon uft*»r s|i*>iidii»K tho week nro old frlenda of tho Hpo«1 and' heru with Mr. Hurch^tt's pan CoddiiiRton famlUcs datluR hnck to ! Mr. and Mrs. \VttHum Hnrchntl. tho n>«ldonco of the famllios in ! Mrs. Trvintr O'NViH und h*r daughter*, Hi.-tt>- and T'»:irjr>*. of Mrs, Tvticy l>i.»r«oy entertained nn i Goshon Junction, and Mrs. Arthur her Friday afternoon and dlnnor ; O'Neill of T'ixjoy w«rn viAltfnx gucftta her brother Frank Poo and ! friends In town on Sunday after- Mrs. Poo of Tularo, und Albert) noon. Th* Trvinff (VXeHi family are and Adolph Nelson of | former residents hore. Mr. and Mrs. Kd \vnrd Mmefee, former well known r.^Mi-nt^ now of Puente. spent Sunday |»*>n> visiting with relatives rtnd friends ami also visited with r*»lHtlve« at They won: 1 acroinjutnUvl by MH-feVs niece of Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Carl und thdr druiKhUTN, Marthn Janxen, 8. AV. VnU-bum. M»nn.. which is tho old home of Mra. 1 MJ.SN iMuhcllo (.Jorjfixrian of Bak- erwffold and Mra. >lenry Haven of rontl are special nuiveM for Arthur lim " n ChlUlH. yotinjc Oucor farmer, who Levy and LcwlH Atyriok of Shaftor;, W n« worlouKly hurl lust w*>ek when MoNdamoH J. J. KloiHlmuor, K. H. i ho foil from a load «n' hoy onto a pitchfork. Mr. and .Mrs. Krank J. Coddinsr- ton \vero Friday nijyht vl«ltora In Unkorsfiold. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. Clavlon nnd their HOUH Oarlylo and Huymond iv- Mrs, "NVA19CO, Sept. 15.—Miss Mablo Mrfl. Tom Hrown went to I'nso Ko- Maln returned to AVasco Thursday bles for the holidays and Mr. Trog- evpnlng. Mlna Main spent the sum- don shot the deer northeast of Paso mer In Iowa with relatives and *ev- Hoblo.s. oral weeks in San Francisco and Mr. «n«t Mrs. ICddic "\Veit returned Berkeley. j Wodnosdny from Hormosa beach, Minis Toresa Burko nnd Miss wnoru Mrs. Welt has spent most of Shyrlo Summer, members of tho tno summer WIIHCU Elemontury School faculty. ., M «"- Iin « A1 ™« ^. \. <-•»! went to spent a dollRhtful .summer touring \onluraSunday and Monday to visit Japan nnd China. "While in Japun ! Mi :?.- '*"*? l iarpn <"- , ^, , . they visitod Sumlku Kagrumt. a far-> n h ^ Mi8*«« Atnry and MarJoHo mor pupil of Miss Uurko's, who i» i f ; r « nl V'fV 1 » nnro \ laaca tho biuiuty attending school in Kobe. At Poip- ; ? \ op ^ {c \\ } \™ T' 1 , 0 ^ >mt0tl hy IIIK they were with Mlsa Melon Hull j ^^ I'^^'^l the liiHt two years and MUM Dorothy Hull, also Wiuwo "'' n 'V" 0 * T 1 l nrbPr 8h ? 1>> ?J l " H n t ? r ' vmmtr infiioo lon vl»nn lo leave* soon aft or ticto- JOURK muni*. ^ cp j for ^ MnK Boach to be with hor Mr. and Mrs. Oeorffo Wnuwh at- j mo ther. The Misses (Jnxnt aro from tended the stute fair at Sacramento i shaftor. Thoy im> ^radviatcs of tho last week oni\. Auston Beauty School of llakorKfiold Frank Troffdon wan wuocispsful i and havo fino rocotnmondatlonH for turnod to their former homo m Tho Krx»Hhn after five months hor<» whlU* l Uo*o Uoih Mr. i'laylun was employed at a looal ' v(.sit.»rs at I i in K»Htlnf? a buck on his hunt- j all kinds of beauty work. inff trip over the holiduya. Mr. « Mrs. Allan Johnston Is in IANI An- I Wodnomtny. Mrs. H. \V, l^borlo. will and Mrs. TrORdon and Mr. and i iroloa this ww»k. I !«* pmjoct h*a*1or. Ike ilnnzon, Barbara Fulfer. Clara Huir.laff und Uottto Hoycr of Itakersfield. Mrs, Kugene Myrlck of Santa Maria and Ml«« opal AVoat- brook of Siipta Mnria. Misses Kern Wondland. Mario KHewor, Venona Htone, Margaret Koehn, ljt>na Hem, Kividii Hein and Alvlna lUldobrand of Shatter; M'tosc* Clara IvJiwrenco, i)olly Mayberry, Mildred Jones a^d (iludys Follou of Bakorsfleld. Other out of town g\»f»fltH included: Mrs. Marie Uelmor of Oklnhomu. Mrs. C. H. Holmor also of Oklahoma and her daughters, Matlldn and Mario, and Vvlmn Hammer of i UlCHOHOVK, Sopt. IS.—Mr. and Mr». JamoH l.Aurum hnvu n-uirnoii homo from a two-weeks' motor vacation which took them to Stockton. Pacific Orove and Plsmo Heiioh. Mr. and Mrs. TUrain C^rnnt und son Junior aro now Mottled In tho Southfi-n Pacific dwollinf? nour th« PANAMA. Sopt. Ui.—Tho Kern pac uing hoiwe. Mrs. Grunt will teach Delia 1'arm Home Department will \ |tl lht , loortl Hn hool this yojir. School hold itn monthly meeting at the ! apmed tOiUiy Tiomo of Mrs. Arthur rielbert. on JftniM and llalph |»^ pffnMBf fornwr U>cul boys, rtfrvr of Hccompanio<l by \\ r llllaxn HUBS, Mae. Maryetta and Carol Ann of Hnk»T.sfir-Id Rpent Sunday hero wUh Mir*. Montgomery's Mr. and Mr*. Ben "* P*»pj?y Howard am wore f uoHday c tho county Heat. Home Department of Panama Called of Visalla, viflitotl friend* hor« on Sunday, Jam^n Plop K rasa in enjoying a vacation with his parents from his Hhlp. on which ho is third mutt,*, and will sail soon for New York. Mrs. i Me vela ml A. Simmons, accompanied hy Mrs. Hugh P. Hurum and Miss Nancy Kllznlwth Burum. wore n.*ccnt business visitors in. Tu- Mr. ami Mr*. Chester Doolcy and thoir daughter, Madj^o, have rv- lurncd from their cabin above Coli- forntt Hot Sprinir«. i . -.-f - • Opportunity For a few days only—during this Special Sale—you can buy good used piano- accordion and a course of private lessons* for the astonishing low price of only Think of it! You can own a real piano- accordion and learn to play it for payments of only $1.50 per week. Come in and get the details of this wonderful offer. Then pick out your accordion and get started. ^ WE GUARANTEE TO TEACH YOU i mm £••* * - , \' - FOR YOUR THROAT ARE moke Beca your M.^.y^g^.ftT^ '- " ''.V,v -.,. - •'- ' *:•*•. -v^ '' • ' '' -, '•-•* -V-;-\ , .,;•; ;.v ' • '- - :•••:-.. • • ' •.--:-.*•••• , • - - '. : • 4 .------ •- ••'-- - '-, *;- . , *••• : ,', ' . • - .*• - • •.. .-' - . ; •" - ' .-'-->:.-*:•, \ • ••^-- .•-'•' ;:'••• ' ' l • --• ''* --- ' ' .- - - I -r Guard your precious voice A light smoke, with all the throat protection that "Toasting" offers, is not merely for the singing stars of radio, talkies and the stage. Yopr throat is just as tender ... your voice is precious, tooAVell worth guarding against irritation and cough! Here is a light smoke of rich, ripe-bodied center-leaf tobacco, as gentle with you as it is delicious. In fact, Lucky Strike is the only cigarette that offers your throat the welcome comfort and protection of thfot famous process. "It's Toasted." So for throat protection as well as pleasure, reach for a light smoke ... reach for a Lucky! i V.* :J A. * * NEWS FLASH! Receive "Sweepstakes" Prize on 15th Anniversary m m prec/o whether for MUSIC COMPANY ' ' . '. - h ' i 1512 Nineteenth Street not you happen to sing pays to guard your root against irritation .against cough. Roach Mr. and Mrs. ArtlmrDomm of Milwaukee, Wise.,were delighted when their won In Your Lucky Strike "Sweepstakes." But as Mr. Domm writes: "Imagine what n kick \\c got when the cigarettes arrived on our fifteenth wedding anniversary." Have you entered yet? Have you won your Luckics — a ilat tin of 50 delicious Lucky Strikes? Tune in "Your Hit Paradc"-\\"edncs- day and Saturday evenings. Study the -then try Your Lucky Strike "Sweepstakes." And if you're not already smoking Luckics, buy a pack today,aud try them t too. Maybe you*\c been mUsing something. You'll appre- d*ie the advantages oILuckies—A Light Smoke of rich, ripe-bodied tobacco. light smofea reach for a Lutkyl K-X I m ftffammmm ppift?^s^f;-v;.; ••• ~l£HM BACCO "'-• f •• - TOASTED • • » ". i i' - • * \'-':^^m&* :=S&J^^ T ri ',' « I , I I. h v .1. Vl - f s- . ! -1 V -t - -.J i.--- s r i - J IX J i I . J' •r-: Ww.. .' M -. • - L'- • • .. .i I' Fl •\ -V *"'J - ' " ^ - —1

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