TINS BAKEttSFtELB CJALtFOttNIAN, WEDNESDAY, SBPTEMBBft 16, 108« OMMUNITY > Vw* r A w JfcA W JM> ^»M^ |Bt ^» 4k' <Mb 4* ft. i ilni. Host of Delnno Friends Pays Honor to Pttir In Pretty Church Dinner DELANO, Sept, 1C.—Mr. and Mm, William Bnrcholt wcrn complimented on Kunmiy uftornoon l>y more tliun 03 rclallvpH nnd frU-mln who Ratherrd al dinner In the Community MMhodlBt Chun-.li In <>!>• sorvanco of their guidon wedding anniversary on .September 1U. Hold eannti lilies and *lnnla» were tmcd for room doeorullons. Tnhln dero- ratlotiB Included n. iwo-tli-r cul<c topped l>.v a mlnlntiirn bride nnd groom und a sold cnnterplece h"Hl- inff u mlnlnUjro bride und ifronin ninndlnK bnforn tho minister. Tnl)lc nppnlntmmtH worn In (fold. After dinner u dcllfrhtful iMiiMli-iil prntfrnm wax fflvcsn. Nnmbct-H wen- n pin no duct by tin* MlH«en .limnl striHIiTH and Mabel Hmlth: voonl diifl, Mf«drinn-N Bun O. Hhnnr'-r nnd fCnnllnuoil on Page Mvr) Panama Notes of Interest 1'ANAMA. Sopt. n. -Mrs. Marv Knlln returned lo her homn In Vnn Nuys Sunday. 8h'> ha« l-e.>n spending the summer with h"i- daughter. Mrs, It, W. Kbnrlo. Mr, and Mrs. B, TI. Jordon were Friday dinner guests at tho hmrui of Mr. and Mrs. John \'nn Horn. Mrs. Jam™ Herod mid Oor«<i Ttnnlltmn were Week end «UP»tH lit. I lie homo of H. W. Duley of KellnWH II nd (lino of MIH. Corn, liowen (if Miirleopn. Mr and Mrn. II. \V I'lberUi nrnl nun, Harry Jr.. nnd Mr. mid Mm. Hoy Hanilers and two nun*. I.erny and dureii'-e, BP""'. a week traveling lhroii»[h Nantii I'm/, and Hun Kranclsco. Mr. nnd Mrn. J. P. Amlei-mm nnd rlfiUKhter. 1'ntrleln i>r Itnltei-Hrield, wero Hundiiy ^'lleNlM lit the honii) of Mr. nnd Mrn, W. II. llork. Mr. nnrl Mrs. J'"-'l< I'n.V "nrt daughter JOIInor of Avenal wnro vln- Itnrs at the McKiuina homo ln«t. tt-nnk. Hnrolrl Day, Ihrlr non, rn- litrned with them lifter spending (he summer hire, Mr. nnrl Mrs. 11. II. J»rdnn hnve rBlurneil from ihnlr soven-wruk trip In the eiiBt. They tnoU the north• ern roiiti' eiidt nnrl ntupped nl nmnv plncen to vlnlt with rrlmlvpi They went lo Florida to visit Mrs. .Tor« don'M two sisters and w«re accompanied homo by Mr, Jordan's bro» ther John of Akamai. • * Mr. and Mr«. uay Herod of Cul- vnr (Jiiy spent a rooont Munday at tin- home. o£ Mr. and Mrs. James llerod. The ladles' aid met recently at tho hninn of Mrs. James Horod. This WIIH tho flrnt minting Bfti»r the summer. Mr. Arthur Knlhert gavo a yeiir'n progrnm report. ThoHn pros- ent were Mectdanif's Clara Ke.lhort, Arthur Helliert, Alfred Hwofford. K. M. Anlie. II. \V. MeKee, C, B. Blne.k, Uri't Urei-ii, Kred Hollln, B. II. Jordon, Inmost Frank and fallen Harrison. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Kherle hnve. reiurneii from a two weeks' trip UiroiiKh c'lillfornla, up tho con.st to Hiiniu Cm/, Hun Kranelsco and Oregon. On thn way buck they slopped nl VriNemlle. I) M. Ashn Is qiilln 111 at his lirMMi', Mr. nnd Mr*. C. If. WalHOn and children, Donald, <'hnrles nnd Mnr- gnret of IMS AngelnH, wero wne.k end guents at the home of Mr. and Mr». H. W, H"i'l«, Mr. and Mm. Wnlson hav« Just returned from their var'atlon In the northern part of the ulntn. roqiress, eans the world changes, as ihe community , ns conclitioiiN rliungu, n store chungcs. Never satisfied, n live More Uceps advancing., .conslunlly striv- nig for iniprovemcntfl, rcfincmctits, ways and means of doing new things better thing.s for its customers. ROGRUSSIVE citizens like to come to tlua store because we keep ubreust of tho times. Not only in presenting the newest fashion trends for men, women and boys...but also in keeping up with the lutcst developments in modem store keeping. B story of Hurry Co(Tec\s is n story of Progress. For 27 years we have been part of the steady inarch of progress that hus marked Bnkcrsfiehl, The Ittllc 25 foot front that marked our beginning has grown and improved 'til now n masterpiece of modern architecture graces its full 75 foot spread. nit 1 ddlc of our foniidl <)|H'iiiiir/ in/I In 1 (iimotmm/ lomoiToir m tin's HARRY COFFEE F R E 8 N 0 HAH t H H F I E L I) DEBAJLON LEVY Arguments for nnd Against Chain Store Tax Given Jn Wasco Meeting WASCO, Sept. 18.—An interesting and Instructive discussion ot tho Initiative referendum amendment on tho proposed chain store lax, with both Independent and chain stores being re preset) lad by well informed speakers, look pltt'ce at tho Wasco Intormadlnto school auditorium) recently when an open meeting of tho U ran go was held. Master A. 15. KlitHHoii prusldcd. N. M. Parsons of Oakclnlo repro- Honied thn chain stores and V, B. I^chnberg, secretary of tho Homo Owned Bunlnots Association, tho Independents. Many (incatlonH were ualfcd by the audience following thu debate. Speaking against thn lux, which hn 8icId IH not n ravonuc raising invasuru ami IH discriminatory, Mr. I'arson?) mild, "Thn chain stores are the beat dlalrlbuters of our ever- Increasing farm products. They havu brought 10 to IB per cent cheaper prices to tho consumer. "Chains make only J per cent not profit on males, which means that they would make $1 profit on 1100 salon, Tito chain stores pay as good or belter wages us other stores for i lie same typo of work. Tho United Htutcs Department of Commerce In Itw report finds that the chain stores pny lit.21 |»>r cent higher wages than tho Independents. Tho chain mores pny more taxes than tho In- ilcppiidtnla, according to surveys nnidc." Hponklng for tho Independents, Mr. l.olmbnrg said this was nol a fight li'Mwcm thv Independents and the I'liiiln stores, but between tho people df i ho Htulc and the legislature. "Thn rnoRsure stayed In commllleo more tbnn 100 days and was well cunnldoiTd." lie Bald. Tho vole In tho Assembly WUM 68 to 8 nnd 111 the Si'iiato, 34 to -I. "Tho Htato finances \vrrn In bad nhapa and Iho Legislature had to rnlHO money find It pro- iMiHcd to do It liy UixliiK tho chains, It \VIIH lir'Ul up hy n rofcrcndiim and f;; nyn.OOO \vus lalcon out of tho gov- i-rnor'H budgel." Thf Indi-txMidonts P«y from IB to :'o |inr rent hlghoi* wngcn thnn the rhnln HtoroB, he wald. "\Vnon tho iiRsrsMor oomos around tlir rhnln Hlorrs give In real prop- iTiv. nonr: oiiHh on Uimd, none; rash In ImnhH, uuiii,'," mid Mr. Lohnhnrg. "Muiifiy takon In by thosn stores Is nul, dnpoHttod in California banks lint foreign dnportjt \silps^ara uswj nnd tho money «o*B io N«w York.-' Long-Eared Steeds Are Recalcitrant Baseball Players lo Tbt CaH/orntan) T/"ERNVILLE, Sept. 16^-Ucsl. J - x dent* of the J(«rn river community wore highly entertained by n game of donkey baseball played at the night ball park at the Isabella rungAr station. Teams representing Isabella and Kcrnvillc battled for supremacy; but their competition was largely directed toward a common adversary, the donkey, Bone runners found few happy landings as they mounted burros in an effort to get to first base. Although both teams were well supplied with pitchers, most of the throwing was done by the lowly donkey. The final score was 18 down and no more to go, In favor of the beastH of burden. As a climax of the game, a jackass derby was stago'd, in which Jack Oldfleld of Bndflsh won last money. Other residents of the Kernvttle area who proved good tumblers were I'crc Chavez, "Gus" Suhrc and Hob Reynolds. \ 0-frAVE, Sept. 18.—Members of tho MoJav« Woman's Club were M' welcomed back at th« first fall meet- ng held on Monday evening at the home of tho president, Mrs, William Harder. Plans for the fall program w«r« discussed and a program on civic Improvement is to be sponsored by Lho club. A special meeting will be field at tho Harder home on Septem- jor 23. Mrs. BJverett Capita of Delano will be tho guest speaker. The next regular meeting will bo held on September 28 at tho home of Mrs. Evan Twomey, 'Mrs, Two> mcy win discuss tho short story and the lives of famous short story writers. Mr*. Jack Crosley Will entertain the club next, with the Edison Ladies'Aid Meets inTehachapiHome TKMACHAPI, Sept, 16.—Tho La- dlos' Aid society met Tuesday afternoon at tho homo of Mrs, Frank Blowers In Almond Court. Needlework for tho fall bazaar occupied time. Plans wore also made for a ohlcken and noodle "jitney" dinner to bo nerved in the church dining room Friday evening, September 25. A missionary play was dlsoussed and put in the hands of a committee to bo presented In about two weeks. Light refreshments wero served after tho mooting. Tho*o present wero Mrs. J. T. Sjtd enor, Mrs. W, II, RelBlnger, Mrs, It. M. Cowan, Mrs. Carrlo Downs, Mrs. Leonard buck, Mrs. Herbert Perry, Mrs. L. L. I'orro, Mrs. Harry Nel son, Mrs. O. W. ntrdwcll, tho Rov orond and Mrs. F. O. Wyatt and Mrs. Blowers. • • •» • > ii i Birthday of Miss Occasions Dinner POND, Sept. 10.—Mr. and Mrs. Ugo Sandrlnl entertained Sunday at thflr country homo with a dinner party In honor of their daughter, Miss Evelyn, who was celebrating her birthday anniversary. A largo birthday cake and roses formed the contorpioco for the table. TUo hon- oreo itocelvod many lovely gifts. Places woru marked for Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pilancl, Lido Sandrlnl, Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Holt and Bill Ward, all of Brikersflald. Mr. and ' Mr». James llennessy and daughter of Delano, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hays of lUrKurland. F. Sandrlnl and i daughter Kloda, Able nnd Alex Fin| rlnl, Bon GesH, ,1oe Conrad, Mr. nnd i Mm. UKO Hnndrlnl and daughters Snrnh, Hazel and son Lnster and tho S\iest of honor Miss ISvclyn San- drlnl of Bakersflekl, Mojave Woman's Club Outlines Fall Schedule; Study Meetings Planned Institute the subject under discussion. This,Institute, Q. memorial to Thomas A. Bdlson, was erected in Dearborn, Mich., by Henry Ford. The fall program presented by Mrs. Theodore Berner, ohfclrman, will include book reviews, music, oriental art, religion and gardening. Mrs, Berner was assisted by Mfisdamas Jack Crosley, Evan Twomey and William Harder. The officers for the year are: Mrs. Harder, president; Mrs, Charles Key- nolds, vlce-presld(?nt, and Mrs. Evan Twomey, secretary-treasurer. Members present were Mesdames Grant Merrill, Mearl Craig, D>; A, Saum, Theodore Berner, Tom Thorno, W. O. Davis, Evan Twomey, Charles Reynolds and William Harder and Miss Nadlne Shakespeare, Reception Is Set for NewMinister McFarland Man Is Buried at Delano MCFARLAND, sept, 18,—Funeral services were hold at Delano Saturday for Olen Horn, 87, who died at a Bakersfiold hospital following an operation. The Reverend L. L. Combs of MoFarlahd conducted the service at the Delano Funeral Home. Interment was In Delano oemetery. Mrs. Hubbard and her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Lemmons, presented two vocal duets, with Miss Frances Albright accompanying at the piano. Mr. Horn Is survived by his widow, Mrs, Susie Horn, and four children, Lora Belle, Peggy, Raymond and Gene; hlfl parents, Mr. and Mrs, G, M. Horn; and a sister, Mlus Geneva Horn, and five brothers,' M. C,, Cecil, Charles, George and II. B. Horn, all of McFarland, and B. W. Horn of liamesa, Texas. Ills father Is ill and Is visiting with his son In Texas, *o was unable to attend tho funeral. Mr. Horn was a native of Texas, coming to California in 1920. Ralph Kern Again Elected by Legion MCFARLAND, sept, i o.—Ralph M. Kern was re-elected commander of the local American Region recently. Other officers inclpde L. R. Billings, vice-commander; U. C. Burk, adjutant; Andy Andrews, chaplain: Don Klrkland, sergeant-alarms and Halllo Richards, historian. Tho 25 members attending en joyed a dove feed and social evening. Roy Bergen was captain ol the hunters. During the business session plans wefo made for sponsoring a har vest festival, * with a carnival ami street dancing. ^ Couple Is Married in Mojave Ceremony MOJAVE, Sept. 16.—In tho prcn once of several friends. Miss Cecil .luanlta Burna and Roy Qrlffls wero united in marriage by Justice ot the Peaoe George W, Arper on Saturdaj afternoon. Tho couple will make Mojave their home. The brldegroon is employed at one of tho mines near More. MoFAULAND, Sept. 10.— Woman's Council members arc opontiorlng a reception al tho social rooms of tho Community Methodist Church Friday night at 8 o'clock for tho Roveronil Clifford Ford, now minister, and Mrs. Ford. Tha reception will also honor nil teachers of tho schools. Mrs. William Adams, ehnh'tiinn of tho Hoelnl I'omiiiltteo, |g in charge. A spoclul invitation to attend IM extended to all friends of tho church. nrcordlng to nn announcement by Mrs. F. E. Trask, president of tho council. College Students Bidden Farewell McFAHLAND, Sept. IB.—Members of the young popple's group of the Church of the Brethren honored two of their members, Misses Mary Shick and Frances Orobor, Friday night when they gathered, at tho country horns of Mr. and Mrs, J-i. K. Hylton Both Miss Shlok and Miss Orober are sophomores at La Verne College and left this week for their duties there. Each was presented with a fine gift by the group. A covered dish dinner was enjoyed, with the following committee in charge: Misses Veda Moomaw, Mar gery Warren, Edith Whisler and Violet Roome. Following the dinner games and contests were enjoyed, with Mildred Lehman, Mary Shlck and Roy Davis as leaders. Enjoying tho party with thq honored guests wero Mr. and Mra, A. R. Qrober, laaders ot the group, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Hylton Misses Vivian Steward, Phyllis and Kdllh Whlslcr, Kdlth Shlcrk, Margery Warren, Violet Tloomo, Lois Mays Charlotte Root, Mildred Lee, Mildred Lehman, Messrs. Donald Lehman Roy Davis, Wilbur and Ernest Hyl ton, Raymond Shlck, Kldon and Otha Baker, George Perry, Ralph Qrober Clayton Steward. Taf t Tot Is Host on Fifth Birthday TAFT, Sept. 10.—Bobby Trchkn aged C, was guest of honor at a prettily arranged children's partj when his mother, Mrs, .Ralph Tre han, entertained in celebration o his birthday at the family homo i Taft Heights, Sunday a(terno.on. j score of young guests helped enlive tho occasion. Bobby was remembered with man gifts from his small friends, Shar Ing the affair wero Betty Welns Bobby Welns, Rayleuc Burl, Vern Reoso, Jacqueline Elliot, Charle Howell, Shirley Bollinger, Kathorln Bellinger, Betty Bollinger, Gen Gene Wright, Wayne Presho, Rlcl n.rd Casey, Bernold Stock, Nanc Leo Tttlmadge, Billy Callandcr, Ma ilyn McCleery, Mary Jane White an Ronald llnnst. Mrs. Ray Hurt assisted the hostess Shafter Physician Returning to Brea SHAFTER, Sept. !«.—Dr. Elmer '. Otis ot Brea, near Fullerton. who as been substituting for Dr. M, M. <&y during the latter's six weeks' ttofttlon, ie returning to his home m •» , few days to,Join his wife, who Is Isd a physician, in their tfffieo hero. Doctor Otis is a native ot 8an Joo- uln valley, having been born and •eared at Soima, a town .that hta* ather, F. J. Otis, assisted in found* ng. Ho states that the first irrlga- ion system in California was oper- ted there and he with his father nd brothers were grain farmers nnlnly In the early days, using 1S« oot horse-drawn headers for harvest- ng the enormous crops. Their vineyards and other prodtteo plots were rery small, only being Intended for heir-own use. Ho and his .wife have traveled,over most of the worldi visiting hospitals n tho various countries; He was a ihysiolRn and Btirgoon for;the Amerl. 'an Sugar Plantation ' Company' In 3 orto Rico for 10 years -and spent many years in Santa Domingo where 10 did service for tho American gov- rnment during the war. : . Friendship Group Meets at Delano McFARLAND, Sept. 16. — Mem>ors of the''Friendship club met In he Delano home of Mrs. Sam Maust Thursday. An all-day meeting: waa ield and a potluck luncheon enjoyed at noon. Mrs. Roy Taylor presided at a lueiness session at which plans wero nado for a bazaar to bo held soon.' 3ther business 'Included plans for .he purchase of two baby cribs to* be added to tho nursery at tho Church of the • Brethren. Miss Martha Shlqk, who spent several years In China M a missionary, gave an interesting talk on missionary work. Tho next meeting will 30 held In tho country homo of Mrs* Prentiss Smith. Among those attending the meeting with Mrs. Maust wero Mesdames Earle Bowman, Clarence Bowman, Frank Carter, Albert Davis, J. Cj Moomaw. Walter Root, Bonnie, .bull- man, C. D, White, Ralph Mlshler, Prentlss Smith, Hoy Taylor, Mai-, gery Pcarce, D. L. AVhisler, Russell Bowen, Misses Martha Shlck, Ethel Moomaw, Vivian Steward, Fnmccs Grober, Edith and Ruth Whlslcr. Missionary Group of Delano Meets DELANO, Sept. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. Jack Buscli were dinner hosts to members of tho Una Hill Misaipnary Club of tho Community Methodls't Church Monday night at thq ffj-st mooting of fall, Present were Mr,, and Mr?.. Stanford Loyd and two children of Plx- ley, Mr. and, Mrs. Percy Burum, Mr. and Mrs.^HOward .Abbott.- Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bays, Mr. and '.Mm Qoorgo Hlett, the Reverend Clarence. Wagner and'Mrs. Wagnor, Mr, and Mrs. Momor Kyte and two daughters, Raymond Ramsey, and Mr. and Mrs. Busch. Tho Rovornnd Mr. Wagner spoke on Biblo history, giving tho introduction to this Hubjoet, which wlll^ bo studied by tho group for several meetings. Why rub and scrub with all your might?I clean EASY- and shine so bright | Progressive Club Schedules Opening of Autumn Season to Tha Californlan) WASCO, Sept. 16.—Tho Worn*' an'H ProgrcHHlvc Club, under the presidency of Mm, John Nulo, will begin UH fall mooting* at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at tho country home of Mrs. R. T. Cole. Mr,s. A. H. McFarlnnt), radio motion picture chairman of the county federation, will present the I program. Mr*. McFarUml will discuss modern poetry including works of I'nul Engcll, Kdnu St. Vincent Millay, and Home uf (he older poctn, Dtnlly DlcktitHon and others. ' M™. James Utllo will Inlroduco her. MeKdamcH (J. W. Wooden nnd K. Kabcrtnon will bo other guests from Hakcrsflcld. Better than No WO Easy to use Try S<nudnr«l Oil Fuml- iuro Pollwh today. See how very little rubbing It taken to put a bright, dry, luatre oil titbit**, chain, decks, cabinet*. And don't forgot Other Standard Oil housekeeping helpt— Standard Oil Cle«nlni Fluid, Standard Oil Fir Spray, Stnitdimt Oil Solf.Poll.hlng Wax. Stundard Oil Vnite and Liquid Wax. ilom Sl«««it.Witmr Auli ItilliM, N» HI|)f(lltMt STAMIAIIU Oil. < OF CALIFOHMA Johnson's Finstoni Auto Supply and Service StoriSi (no. 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