,' 'J? '"f.^X". -' ' ^"'^^jlt^W'i'" , l', vw *^f«'^'V, THE BAKERSF1BLD CAL1FORNIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1936 COMMUNITY NEWS McFarlflnd Personal Notes . McFARLAND, Sept. 19.—Misses Kathleen and Patty Alexander, fto- rtotnpanled b^ their brothel, Juch* ard, returned recently from SallHas, Monterey and Santa Cruz, whdre they visited relatives. Mr,- and Mrs, C. K, Moomaw and their daughters, MUses Ethel and Veda; Visited Sunday afternoon an guest* of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Van Horn. Mrs. Ralph Alexander Is passing two weftka in Los Angeles with her elstcr, Mrs, Arthur Bard, who was Injured, recently In an autoniopilo accident. She Is recovering slowly. In two weeks "Mrs. Alexander wfll return to-.her home accompanied by her sister and together, they expect to .spend several days'In'San Francisco', '.. ; ...' .„"'''?"'•'••••• Mr.' and Mrs. John Meehan returned Tuesday night from San Jose, where they accompanied their daughter, Mlas Melva. who will attend the state, teachers' college During their absence from home their little daughter) Marilyn Ruth, remained With Delano relatives'; •' Mrs. H. J. Hendry has returned from San Francisco, where she vis- flod for several days with Her sister, Mrs, 8. Valencia, 'and with another sister, Mrs. S. Wilson, at her home in Mill valley. Mrs. Edith Smith, local --beauty operator, has returned from a short vacation passed in Oakland and other points of Interest, . Mnj. M". J3. MeFarlana, and sons, Byroh" and Gerald, vlslWd recerttly as guests of Mrs. Ross Qllbfeth aj: her Shatter country home. Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Kroeker have returned from Santa Bftrbara. They made the trip via Santa Maria and returned through Ventura, Miss Manota Inpram of McFarland, accompanied by Dick Fulmer pf Delano, was recently at Reedley visiting friends. "Wilbur Hyltoh has sold his cafe at La Verne and Is again at tho homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. apd .tnW L. K. Hyltoh. At 'present he 4 , Is working In, tho harvest of raisins in the McFarland-Dfelttno district. .Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Plokstt, accompanied their little granddaughter, Patty Townserid to her hom6 at Plxley recently. W. U. Phltbrook and BVLoftOirot Bakersfleld returned Tuesday from the' Klafnath coqntry in orejrqn, Where they enjoyed fishing. They caught several fine salmon. . Mr. and Mrs. A. 3, Peterson their son, Bobby, returned _.t week from Bantu Monica. They accompanied their daughter, >Irt. dar- net Martin and Lorralnd Martin, to their home aftej- they had stayed two weeks as their guests. Mr. and Mrs, Dlnsmore Parish accompanied by Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Bernhard, enjoyed passing the week end at Kern County Park, Mrs. Parish, who has been 111, took the sulphur -baths while there. Among recent shoppers In Bak- ersfteld wire Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Root of MoFarland.' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pike were Thursday overnight visitors in Fresno, the pruoBts of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lorraine. They also attended the motocycle races. Mrs. Dolly Ratekln and her daughter, Miss Mary Evelyn and her son Leonard, returned recently from Sacramento, where they visited as guests Of the former's daughter, Mrs. Oscar Brelteribueher. They were accompanied home by Miss Carrie Boyd, sister Of Mrs. Ratekln, who has just returned from a vaca-r lion trip passed in Iowa, Nebraska and Colorado. Mrs. Nettle Prune has returned to McFarland* after staying In Bakersfield . several days as the guest of •her friend, Mrs. Bffle Howe. Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Klrkpatrlok, ranchers of this community, aro en route to their former homo In Nebraska, where they expect to spend the time until October 10. They will visit at' Alnsworth and other points of interest. Members of Junior Circle in Assembly at Home of Mrs. Sltinkard of Delano ftfpoctol to tht DBLANOi S«pt. 19—Mrs, Lawrence Slankard entertained members Of th« Junior Circle of the Ladles' Aid society ot tho Community Moth- odlst Church on Thursday when they met for the first' meeting of the'fall season after the sutnmer vacation. Members ' assembled -' before lunch uid enjoyed- a • ^60Voted dish luncheon, ' •'",'• - ' Mrs. Slankard, elected president before vacation, presided at her first meeting. At the business session the circle took as their project for this year, furnishings for tho living room of the parsonage. They also voted to assist the senior circle with their bazaftr plans. Now members present were, Mesdames C. E. Plsor, William Noel), Joyful O, Adams, Jewell Fisher, Danna. Price, Frank Dibble and Howard Abbott. Mrs. Nellie Smith of San Jose was a guest. Old members present were Mesdames A. L. Smith, Albert Hlott, Jack Busch, Ivan Bays, Frank Seaman, Elmer W. Harris, Homer Kyle, Clarence Wagner, Frank Salsa, Jr., William Kolb, Charles Ireland, E. G. Slankard, Cecil MacFarlane, Albert SWanson and Lawrence Slankard, Randsburg Is to See Big Ball Game ' i4 The joint Hopper Machine Works- Telephone Company baseball tepm are to play the strong Rand District team on their grounds at Randsburg tonight, and it is expected that the largest crowd In history of Randsburg will attend tho game. Randsburg invites the merchants and county and city officials of Bakersfield to come over and see this game. It Will well be worth tho trip. Night baseball on the desert has proven very ponular. They turn out by the hundreds. Randsburg Is very proud of its new/ playgrounds, and aro deep in their" gratitude to Supervisor Parish and the coutity recreation 'committee I'pr their untiring efforts in tho building of this playground, it Is toi bo hoped that a good crowd will go over tonight frohi Bakersfleld and witness this game arid meet with the peoplfe. Of the desert. Splendid accommodations aro to bo had for those desiring to spend tho night. •' ' ' •» t » " • Tehachapi Potato Yield Found High TEHACHAPI, Sept. 19. — About 300 sacks to the acre is the average yield of the .potato crop being harvested hero now. Seven hundred acres were put Into potatoes In tho vicinity of Tehachapi and in Com- tilings valley this year and It is expected that two months will bo required to harvest the crop. Klrschon- man and Handel Association havo H2d acres in Cummlngs valley alone. White Rose and Russets are grown, chiefly for seed potatoes. The cool summer weather being Favorable to growing seed potatoes each year BOOS a greater acreage planted. Steve Halderman and sons, Mettler Brothers and tho Klrschen- man and Handel Interests of Shaftei and Wasco havo been tho heaviest planters. Haldermans and Mettlers have purchased considerable Acreage hero, and Emll Klrsohenman recently acquired tho Charles Parker 120 on the state highway between Tehachapi and Monolith. POND .. POND, Sept. 10. — Mrs. Addle Hag- gorty, who has been spending tho summer with her son-lh-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Loo Harrlss on the 131 CInco Gun Club, lof(. re- conlly for Los AngeleH.^ ' Mrs. Lorena Clarkeston is spending several days with friends and relatives In Oakland and San Jose and also visiting at tho Sacramento fair. Mrs. 13. C. Cozart. Mr*. J, W. Black and Mrs. Carl Brookman were Monday morning visitors in Bakersfield. , Donald HusSell left Monday evening for tho mountains above Greenhorn where he will spend several days deer hunting. Gene Tlsdall was a Sunday guest at the homo of his mother, Mrs. Henry Mathews. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deai'lnger an<J daughters Sadonia and Mary enjoyed a week's vacation snout In the northern part of tho state. They motored through, tho valley to Qrahtti Pass, ./returning home by tho coast route. 'Floyd Dlxon motored lo Olldalo Saturday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hills wero Doctor and Mrs. Van Zant of Los Angelas. Miss Minnie Mae Black of Bakersfield spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Black. Mr. and Mrs. PasQUlno Posquinl and daughters Lena and Dena, who resided hero several years ago. arc now living In Bukcrnfleld where their daughters are attending the Bakersfield High School. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behrman and son, Del were Sunday dinner guests at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoondervoogst in Bakersfleld. Bobby Jo, Wanda Lee and Dorothy Williams were Simday dinner tfuosts hi the home of their aunt and unclo. Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Cozart. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Allen and son Jimmy wero Sunday guests at tho homo of Mrs. Huth Wulcott In Do }ano. Mrs. Mattle Cozart, who has been a guest several weeks at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Hampton in Por- tervllle, Is now a guest nt tho home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bean. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hills of Bakers field wero Monday evening guests at the homo of Mr. Hill's parents, M>'. and Mrs. John Hills. They w«ro accompanied home by their son, Fred, Jr.. who had been a guest at the homo of his grandparents several days. Mm. Dean Durant and little dough ,ter Shirley of Delano were Thursday irueats at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Trank Behrman. Miss Helen Ludy and Miss Lucille Williams were business visitors 4n Bakersflold Monday evening. Mr*. Earl Can up and Mr*. J. W. Jvlltchell were Monday truest* at the Irome of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ble,d*o«. Mr*. E. W, Paslay baa returned to her home after spending several wev>k* at California Hot Springs. "'iFrank Salmon of Parlwr visited with relatives hern Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Kibbe of, De Inno were Tuesday dinner guests at h«* houi« of M^ and MH, Jw> •Mr, Una Mrs. B, W, Paalay and W» n<l|MJ th« 'in Delano Monday <M>«? " ». Joa ortaft. WASCO Homecoming Fete Attended by Many DELANO, Sept. 19.—Tho homo- coming party which was given by the Delano Woman's Club on Thursday night was attended by 75 people and 18 tables were arranged for contract and auction bridge at tho clubhouse. Receiving prizes were Mrs. C. L. McCormack of Chicago, Mrs. Mllo Marshall and Messrs. Lauren Billings and Georga Buckingham of McFarland and Mrs. > Clarence J. Roupe. Out-of-town guests wore Messrs, and Mesdttmes \v. L. Bradshaw, Frederick Welsh and Oran W. Palmer, Mrs. O. Burton and and Miss Clara Morgan, all of Bakersfleld. • Hostesses' were tho board of directors which includes Mcsdames Charles Morris, Frank Hoopes Georgs Ames, WalteV Magorlau Charles Capita, W. R. Woollomes Arthur Faylo, David Shlffiet, Clarence J. Roupe and Georgo Osner. News Today Ffom Oildale OILDALfi, Sept. !»,—Mrs. Leland i Simmons Is convalescing at her home aftef her recent operation performed at Mercy Hospital, Mrs. Cyril M. Hicks left Thursday for Paso Robles to visit relatives. s Mrs. J. L. QloVer Is at Tehachapi this week visiting her mother, Mrs. S. I. Summers and her brother, A. C. Summers. Mrs. F. Rogers, Mrs. H. J. Loveland and Miss Vivian BlrchfleUl called on Mrs. Lorlce Chanron In East Bakersfield Tuesday. Recant dinner guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. 8, R. Bauman and family pf Roberts Lane were Mrs. Bauman's father, IS. C. Combs of LSmoht and her brother and sis- ter-lh-la\v, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Combs of Avenal. Mrs. A. B. Cunningham of Riverview left Tuesday for Virginia to visit her parents and other relatives. Miss Hanoi Wattenbarger of Rlv- erview nnd Mrs. Qraco WntNsnbnr- ger passed last weok end at tho Sacramento State Fair, J. D. Ashworlh Is remodeling his home on Decntur street. C. M. Dlederlch Is recovering from an attack of scarlet fever nt a local hoRpltal. Miss Flrelan Kinder passed tho week end with Miss Henlta Blagg nt Bakersfleld. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ted Reed are the proud parent* of a buby boy born Monday evening at Miss Frlesc's Maternity Home. Mr. Heed IB proprietor of the Airport Cafe nt Korn county airport. Shirley Baumaii wns n rece.nl guest of Viola Hastings at tho Hastings residence In tho oilfields. Mr. and Mrs. Uonuld Clark arc redecorating and remodeling their home nt 426 UecaUir street. Mr. nud Mrs. J. C. Ogdonnnd Mr. and Mrs. Frank Selbert nnd qon Eugene were recent callers at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McAllsVer and family of Rlvervlew . Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Kepsoo of 415 Deeatur street aro tho proud parents of a son born Friday at Merry Hospital. This Is the second child in tho household. Mrs. H. H. Knight and grandson Donald Pearson returned recently from a weeks' outing at Plsmo. Mrs. Knight was accompanied homo by her ulster Mrs. Alice. Simpson of Boltersflold, who with her granddaughters, Dora and .luno Blnls- dell, havo spent tho past month at the beach. Mrs. H. P. Oldham of Portervllle accompanied by hor daughter Hubert* and her granddaughter Patty were wenk end guests nt the home of Mrs. Oldham's son nnd daughter- lii-law, Mr, and Mr*. F,. S. Oldhnm nnd family of north Chester nvonue. Miss Evelyn Bhopnrd of Honrdsle.y returned from Han Francisco last Halm-day. Among local deer hunters tiro ,T. L. Qtovcr, Torrance Glover. O. H, Hoover, Kenneth bfclmbuck, .Fred Brown nnd George Oldham, who ' In tho Falrvlew'district. , Jackie, Preston, who has enjoyed tho last three, months With his par- ! ents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Preston of Lincoln street, has returned to the j Kern General Hospital for further j treatment and to attend school. The youngster was stricken wlt,h I Infantllo paralysis two years ago and Is slowly recovering. Recent visitors at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Glen Preston Included Mrs. Kmma Dennlson and children. Mrs. Mary Hn?.itard and sons. Lloyd and Ralph of Taft, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Mack Haggard who arrived ro- , ' hunt |Unnford Minister to Preach at Lutheran Church; Rev. Flanugin Returns Delano Residents in News DELANO, Sept. 9.—Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Motlenauer were recently at Tulare as guests of Mr, Mollen- Huntington Lake and Mr. Graham' motored here to meet Mrs. Graham. In The Cali/ornlan) IiKt-ANO, Sept. 19.— The Reverend A. C. Stroufert will be her* on Sunday from Htuiford to conduct morning services nt tho V.lon Lutheran Church nl 11 o'clock; and will preach from the subject, "Aswerlug When God Calls." Hln tort will bo taken from tho eighth chapter of Acts, vnrncs 20 to 39 Inclusive. Holy rently from Missouri to makfi thnlr j Communion will be celebrated. home In California. Mr. Haggard Is Mrs. Preston's brother. Mr. and Mrs. L, Wilson havo moved to Monrovia. Calvin Thomas has returned from a visit with relatives at Snn Dlcgo. ' The Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomas nnd family havo BA their, iruest Mrs. Thomas' mother, Mrs. John AlHthls. Mrs. E. S. Oldham of 42f.iv, North Tho Sunday school and Blblo classes will meet at 10 o'clock, with classes for all ages. Pa si or Is Hark Koverond C. K. Chester week pastor of tho Baptist Church will be hi his pulpit on Sunday ...... Mrs. Samuel Ammons of Baker*- auer's mother, Mrs. Mary Mollen- j field Is enjoying a two-day visit nuer, and his sister, Mrs. W. L. j here with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Williams. ] Lornn Ammons, and plans to return Mrs. J. 13. Pettljohn accompanied) to Bakersfleld on Friday, by her daughter, Mrs. George Had- i , Raymond Ramsey was an all-day dlean and her daughter, Regtna. and ; business visitor on Thursday at her mother. Mrs, W. U Stafford, ^asco. Shatter, McFarland and Fa- motored to Bakcrsfleld on Thurs- mosa. day morning to spend the day. •"«<• •'• &• Pate of karllmart spent for. and Mrs. Leslie Adams and Thu " lda y hcre assisting Doctor Pate their son Carlyle, nnd their house '" hl8 off ! cc ,- r ,,,.,„ „.. , guest, Mrs. David Baaty, of Jersey' Mr -. ft , nd Mn V,, w| lllam Shewcraft villP. Illinois, sister of Mrs. Adams, i n "<> lhe ' r •«"» ^ »ltam Jr. and Rob- motored to Los Angeles on Tuesday! $«• a " d Mr ;, hhewcrafta mother, to spend the day. , Mrs > R °« n M ° or «. .^ve returned Mrs. Rita Wright of San Fran- ! 1 ,\ omc , from an outing at Plsmo Cisco has gone, to Taft to visit with \ "each. _ relatives after spending several! Mr ; *- nA Mrs - •*. , 1 -" Smith are en- days hero as relief nurso at tho hos- i l* rt * lnl . n *... ft9 tne ! r house ? uc .?. 1 ^ pltal. Mrs, Charles Manton and her son Junior wero recently business visitors at the county sent. Mesdnmes Showcrnft Mrs. Smith's mother. Mrs. Nellie Smith of San Jose. Meadames John M. Habcrfelde and David L. Shifflett motored to Los m ills pulpit on Sunday nfter nn I i 1, "•"•""""• »mi«.iii ••• l^iTVi' tw ° Smidn , > T ™ n :H ?ury dut7atUakoTsf teM'on cation. His si>rmon subject for the i fj n .; ! Los " ! the mother, Mrs. W. 1. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. A. Klnnoy of Riverview are tho parents of twin boys born Friday nl a local hospital. Tiio mother Is tho former Miss Josephine. Clark, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. .7. Clark, well known Rlvervlew resl- dents. Mesdames Edytho Butler and Zola | ,<<,,',.. ,, ... ,, , Brown have taken over the cafeteria Vdwanl Road Abend.' Tho morning service I at tho wostsldo grammar school to r - u " aro will bo nt 7:30 o'clock and tho sub-1 run na a private enterprise during ject will be, "Living Dangerously." ' the year. Special mimic will f oat tiro both ser- Miss Bessie Blnkc of Oklahoma has returned to to resume his studies at of Southern Callfor- where ho Is majoring in den- vices. Sunday school will be at it) Illl 8 accepted a position at tho local o'clock, and Young People's service j «»»P»Al as day n\irse. Menefee returned to Puente on Monday morning after spending the week end here with his sister, Mrs. Frank J. Coddlngton. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hayden, Jr., returned home Monday morning i from Cambria Pines where they City Tax Rate Is ., , ». - , ,-, , i Mr - n . n(1 Mrs. Clarence Graham of ] apen t tho week end. ^' 1 "* ;," 1n , d ^'''*- £• L - H ' ckl !J! ul L F °" r member * of tne local 4>H Uakewiflrld wore Wednesday din- Club attended the annual oonven- np ,. g ucal(l at Mr nnrt ^ n Jasper i tlon of 4-H clubs at Davis durlnc the week end T re^tumed home Vun- at 8:30 o'clock, i At tho Community Methodist ! churcli the pastor, the Reverend. 1 ,,, ... »""""• • "" • »«»•.! nmi ,,,., guuj,,,, i,, .,,,-. UI1U .,UT,. jiumeri jllnreiico Ungner, will preach at tho; jsvwten Bowhny. parents of Mrs. • i 11 o'clock morning worship sorvli-o ; .Illckmnn. Mesdames Qrnham nnd day night. They were Donald and from tho subject, "Can I Do What. Hlckman were returning from a vn- Billy Carpenter and Lucy and ATI Wish With My Own Money?" Mrs. | cation at the Hlc.kmnn cottngo nt' thur Tuttlc. Hen C. Shearer will direct the mixed i •• " ' ' , ' ' = TF.HACHAPI, Sept. Ifl.—Tho city tax rate for the coming your wns set by tho city council Tuesday night at 85 cents on J100 valuation for the general fund and IB cents for tho park fund, making tho rate $1 on $100 valuation. A reassessment of city properly was made, early this spring by an expert appraiser, resulting In a more equitable distribution of values. Work on tho plans for the proposed sower system Is rapidly going forwaVd. H Is expected to got WPA money for this badly needed project. 4 ' > GOLF 1ULLS COLLinK WAVI5RLY. N. Y.. Kept. 111. (A. P.) mi-Hti ut 6:30 o'clock, with Nelson i dnv. •* KEENE chorus In special music. I Junior Choir Kings At the. 7:30 o'clock evening service the Junior choir, directed by Mrs. ; Frances Oliver, will appear for the I first time and will glvo a special | K13KNK, Sept. 19.--Miss Klle.n i number. Tho, Reverend Mr, Wagner ! Real of San Franolsco Is visiting will speak on Pnlu'n BpIMlo to the ' "or mother, Mrs. Bettys M. Real, for KERNVILLE Kphcslans. Indicating the pow.?r! ' which can unite nil Hanson. Ho wl'i ! Mrs. Otto of Los Angeles ,, , , , Is a guest at El Rita resort for a answer throo questions: "How shall I f ew weeks. Mr. Goasnrd is employed 1 think of Clod?" "Do you think llm i n« carpenter nt the 151 Rita, churches should try to close tho i Mr. and Mrs. John Roes visited movies on Sunday" and "What aro j } ll(t 'V . dnvl| j! lt10 , r •_, Mra : Jack ! In nnkersflnld Tuesday. KERNVILLE. Sept. U.—Among local hunters who were fortunate enough to bag a nice buck on open- Ing day was Dutch Ellis, who showed up with a nice four-pointer. Hadley Fnutler. county road foreman, and Amos Peterson are camped in Bull Run Basin and ore expected to come out with venison on Sunday. Bob Kdmuml Burko, high school teacher, j Haas as the lender, drove a golf ball from tho No. 8 \ teo at tho Shepurd Hills Country j Club course. i A vicious sllen KOnt the. pellet curving ricrosH No. 9 fairway. Victor Cnrlson. employe, at Stony Vli-ook Vtoti-out, WHH a visitor on Wednesday. Uakersfleld TOLKUO Ill'lLDS THKATKIt TOLEDO. Sept. 19. (I.'. P.)—A new ,„ ,. , , .,. nutdour amphitheater has boon built I '" lehUchnpl 1 uruday night. Mt'sdames J. H. Shaj- and Kathryn Illobe) attended the l^udlos' Auxiliary Just, about that time, M|BH' I'oggy I I" "ttnwn Pnrlt. largest of Toledo's : Helme, of Sayre. Pa., cut loose', public plnygrmitidH. Tho nmphl with an approach shot from No. 9 | thi'ater IH built of limestone, pro tec. The balls collided In mtd-alr. Brown Wd* a bustnosii visitor In Ilakersflcld Monday. Mary Newman „, ,,„„aUemed the vo hun- alnventer - " shooting on Plute mountain. Deer are reported to bo plentiful with does and small doer in the majority. Bob Neste.1, son of Bill Neatel of Democrat Hot Springs, and a flstlo product of Kern river, scored a second round knockout over Nash Garrison of San Jose at tho Olympic Auditorium In his first vldlng 1210 HiMita. with tnrnires for] dn<d'card party ut the homo of Mrs. j to | lftv p VV o' n his last 18 Tights 2-100 mldltlounl temporary i»<»iits. j hucebin Uonnett on Wednesday eve- j Among the K«rn river people at tlie - ' ' • — " ' I IlllllT. 1-lHITttMa «L-AI-Jk T7II1 >^*B*&1 TT\~ TT tl SUNDAY SERVICES IN THE BAKERSFIELD CHURCHES Trinity Methodist Church and King, Knt-(. Dakorsfleld ISrneet Blrdsell Colo, Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a, m. New classes beliic formed. Now Is the time to join. Subject, Morning Service, 11 o'clock. "Tho House of tho Ixird." "\VASCO. Sept. 19.—Announcement lias been made by Mr. and Mrs. Silo* Wright of the marriage of tholr son Jack Wright to Miss Irma Downey of Fairfax on August 28. The young couple nro living 'n.t Fairfax. Mr. Wright IH employed as a painter at San Rafael. Word has reached Wp<-co that Mrs. George Jack, who was seriously Injured in an automobile accident last month, Is Improving. Mrs. Jack is confined In tho Coffey Hospital nt Portland, Ore. George Coyne, Jr.. Is enrolled at tho Glondulfi Junior College, whore ho la studying journalism. He makes his home with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sullivan. Mrs. Frank Wllksdn In visiting her daughter. Mrs. Lillian Price, at Los Angeles this weok. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Parks -'o moving Into tho home of Mrs. Mao English. Mrs. Harry ScaronI nnd daughter Barbara .'returned Wednesday night from Santa Cruz. Barbara Is reported as convalescing from a severe case of poison oak. Mrs. ScaronI and Barbara camo through salines on their return homo and saw 20 anr-»d police cars escorting as many trucks of lettuce through tho town and much excitement there. Mr. and MM. Ervln Klasien, who las* ielr • trip, are located In their home on tho ranch owned by Mr, Klasson's father. G. L. Klas^on, southwest of Wasco. Messrs. Nathan Kllewer and Paul Kllewer of Bakersfleld wore guests at tho Ervln Klanson home on Sunday. Tho Kllewers and IClassens are cousins. Miss Marie Dick of Wasco snont Sunday at tho homo of her brother. Peter Dick In 8hafl«r. Mr. and Mrs. O, L. Klassen and children, Melvln. Phyllis and Harold, returned Saturday from a visit to the Bt&to. fair at Sacramento. They also visited Yosemlto. On Tuesday the Klonsens left for Santa Maria where they will upend a few days. . Text, Pfcalm, 122:1. Evening service, 7:80 o'clock. Subject, "God, the Great Potter." Te.xt. Jeremiah, 18:0. l,en- sonn from n visit to a (front pottery In tho eatst Home two years ago, when tho pastor xaw them make all sorts of things from clay. ICpworth Leagues al fl:SO p. m. Next Sunday Is "Sunbonnet" day, when every -woman will wear a sunhonnet In honor of our pioneer mothers. Prayer , inpetliiR on Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock. A groat sorvlco next Sunday night. Tho pastor will tell how Oklahoma was opened for settlement. He was In that great race for a homo. First Christian Church Sixteenth and I Streets Charles II. Hulme, Minister Bible school at 9:45. Ninety-nine class for men at 9:80. Sermon and communion at 10:46, Sormon, "The Handicaps of the. Body." Scvon Hi-aded Christian J3ndeavor societies at 6:80. IDvenlng service at 7:30. Sermon, "A Sermon for Doubters." Special music by choir led by William O'Donnoll. Miss Annabel Hulnio will play a flute BO!O. First Congregational Church Seventeenth and G Stroetn Hev. A. S. Donat, 'Pa«tor Church school for every age m«ets at 9:46 a. m. The Friendship class for adults meets at 10 o'clock. Morning service at 11 o'clock, Sermon subject, "Like a Grain of Mustard Seed." or lesson from "Tho Orecn Pastures." people meet at p. m. At- , . . tendance revival at tlio morning service. _ "Mission of Love." Spiritual!*! On Kern Street, Between California Avenue and ISIevenlh Street livening service, 7:80 Sunday evening and Wednesday nlRht circle, divine healing and free messages. St. John's Lutheran Church Corner of Twentieth and C Streets I<oul« A. Kiieffner, PMtor Sunday school and Bible class, t: 30 a. m. All claBB«» meet In the purltih hall on C xtreet, between' 'Nineteenth and Twentieth. Clafmrn for All aRes. Divine tervlc** at 10:30 ft. in. Hub. Ject, "All Things for .Good." First Church of Christ, Scientist j Klghtoenth and C StreotH i 1 rir«t Church of Christ. Scientist, ! of Bakersflold, a branch of The Mother Church. Tho Flrnt Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Mans., conducts Hunday services at 11 n. in. nnd at 8 p. m. Tho Wednesday cv«i- nInIT mealing at X o'clock, tnclmloH testimonies of licallnK In ChrlNtlun Sclom'0. Sunday school convenes nt 9:30 Sunday inornln|?H for pupils up to tho ago of 20, and nt II u'olouk for pupils under 1$. The public IH Invited tn e.njoy privileges of the reading room tmilnlulnml by thn church 'nt. No. f, Ilarlicrfeldi- Arcade, open dally pxrvpt Sundays, Wednesdays nnd holidays from 9 a. m. until 9 p. m-., doling Wednesdays at 7 p. m.; open on ImllUnyH and Sundays from 2 until 4 p. in. I L'nlty Truth Outer j 123 Bout horn Hotel i Delia Shutts, Minister j Hunday Hchool 9:45 a. m. Morulim service 11 o'clock. Dally "silence" 10 a., m. Twelve Pownrn of Man <ilnns Tuesday 8 p. in. Christian Business Club, Hotel Kl Tejon, Friday 7:30 a. m. Leseoiis In Truth Cla»«. .Savoy ijo- t«l, Taft, Monday 8 p. m. Instruction by private appointment and selection of Unity subjects. * Church of the Nawirene Fourth and Chisstcr K. J. ISwell, Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. in. Mr. Kl- vln Hick* superintendent. Mornlnn worship 11 n. in. Harmon by Kvungu- llst IJVank B. Smith. This will bo tho beginning of a nerlan of special ineet- Ings With Hev. nml Mrs. Hmlth. evan- g«ll«tB and nlngers. Service will con- tlnun each evening at 7:80. Klrsl MethoillNt Church ' Truxtun and II Stri<elH Hovcrend (Trover Ralston, Pastor Sunday whool. 9:45 a. in. Mr», Harry Ijingo, superintendent. Morn- Ine idn'lce. It o'clock. Subject, "Thn Pnvllog* of Worship." livening m»rv- 1cc. 7:80 o'clock. Subject, "Do \\'e Keally Want to Kind nod?" Text, "Church of God" I Chester Avonue and Decatur Street, Olldsle It. U. Qreon, Pastor Unified service, 9:45 to 11;30 u. in. Young pt'oplfi'H nervlcc, 7 p. m. 15v«- Church of tho Brethren I'ulm and A S Nconkrd Hlrkln, PnNlor Sunday Hchutil, !l;4. r > a. m. Mrs. M>r- tlo l''ox. Huperlntendcnt. Morning Rcrvlcn, II o'clock. Harmon, "Tim 10ml of a Perfect Day." Text. X,*ch. H:fi. "; John W:1-S, "At Kvnntldit There Shall His lilght." Special niiihlc-. KvpnliiK Valley of Dry Uones," Ti>xt. ICcoklel .17:1-14. (A cartoon for the children.) Sunn servlco conmiMicns C:U> p. .m. lirnce Iliiptlit Church Hev. 1.. .1. Krye. Minister ! Williams School Auditorium i Hlble school, 0:30 a. in., with ol«»m>i | fnr all Hftcs. Mornlnir worship, -0:45 | n'r'.Iitrk. Voting pnripl^'H nv^tlnK HM*1 ' lllblo Hlntly, 6:30 p. in., with groups ' for nil HBOM livening wnrvhlp, 7:So! n'l'lm'li; evniiKellsltc Borvli'e. Midweek j prnyi-r menllng Wednnsdny at 7:30 p. m.. at Mr. anil Mrs. Arnold's, In ! Highland Park. Blblo study Friday ' ,, , ,. .... . . „ ringside were Bill Nestel. Dr. H. U. Mesdnmen Myrn Hicks nnd A. O. ; Kvans and Billy Melton. Mr. Melton Hicks wore shopping visitors in fink- i returned from !»» Angeles Immcdi- ersftold recently. n tely nfter tho fight. Mr. and Mrs. Hermit, Austin re-| Merle Hlght Is now working with ceiilly returned from a short vacn- (ho county " ' - *• - tlon In the mouth where they visited the "!»<>« r Mrs. Austin's parents. Captain .1. O'Brien, commanding officer nt CCC Camp Tehnchnpl. was a business visitor In Bakersfleld on _ Tuesday. CALIENTE nmiK servico coiiinienrRs ":«!• I'.. in ,,v>.i,liii? "'in ,.',>l,,.<li „ i il, n !,.„.,« ,\i\\ V , , Group iiiftotlngH for nil a*.-*, 7 lo 7:^,1^,?^ M,i , in- l.-^flr rlvo V"""' f ° r P< ; 1 " t " 1 7:30%. "r'a, "^^^ I ^^^^^^ »- If.^^'^ prayer tneetlng. looking toward meet- * noinunn f^» 10 .HI. . | rlson Knudsnn If IIIR.I In uoiolier, Thnr»<lny ut tho! ,,, .,,.,. „. . i Ilol '° " r '' w <ln honiB of Arthur Flke, at 7:30. I'lrst I'rtmbj'lerlnn Church i Washington, woi CAL1KNTK. Sept. 9.—Alice Be lottl l«ft recently for Rtirnkn. her I relatives. who recently resigned. Bd Lanlce, former movie actor who made many friends while work- Ing and hunting In the Kernvllle area, and his brother Herbert motored up from Los Angeles to enjoy tho deer season In their old stamp- Ing grounds. They were greeted by i j many old acquaintances. | Mrs. Harry McDonald and her son 4, Harry. Jr.. of Fresno we.ro W T edn««- •day visitors In Kern vllle and vicinity where they visited friends and Mrs. McDonald Is the St. Paul's Church (Prolcslmil Klrst Presbyterian Church Corner Kevnntevnth anil II StrpotB Ilsv. John Murdoch, Pastor Sunday nulioo), !):45 u. in, Mrs. C. If. Housi'. HiipnrlntPiiitenl. Morning sorv- nttondanee nfter with her parents, foreman of tho Mor- grading operations. Hero n few days from Granger, Washington, wore Mrs, Onylord Vandnrpool. son Glenn and daughter rternlco. for n visit with the Vniulerpools, Porter Turner, of tho Southern Pacific, nt Bakersfleld. was out daughter of the fonner Jeff Gllllnm. tin old-timer on the Korn river. II. M. Plnson of Los Angelea I* thp guest of Anils Walker for K week. H« will devote his star on th« Korn to Intensive deer hunting. Little IJobby Parrlsh started out his new term of school In Kernvllla unfortunately when ho fell during play on Wednesday and injured his arm. He was taken to a Bakereflsld looking over tho new railroad to tho i hospital, west of Cnltonto upon which, n* ns Merle Hight. driver of the high n chl«f train dispatcher, will soon' "f" 00 ',- 1 "^? 1 ,. announces that more than 40 high school and junior college students are taking advantage lio directing tho heavy traffic, of nomo BO trnlns a day. llOHo IH nlnninlng" (hrulims): p»Ht- lud«, "PeKllval Poilluillum" (John II. l.oinl). Meetings- ilurlnir tho wi'oli; WoiliifHilay, all dtiy, Bt. Paul's Uulld: at 7 p. in., choir rehcarval: nt 8 P in., Ht. MarKurofn (Jiilld. (iiiNpel (llounorn Mlsslnn 1304 Virginia Slrwi«i Calvary Ilnpllst Church Corner anil Nllo and Kern Htroct Albert T. JJuiiKlaflfl Suivlny ^choul 9:46 S. m. All H. Y. P. H.H me«t 6:30 p. in. Morning "or- vlc» |():4r, o'clock. Theme, "Tho filfu cif n\f Holy Spirit nnrl thu KffeciN of Tlmiu Upon VdrloiiH Itullvklualr*." hfrvtro 7:30 ,,'clnrk. W. H. ICIrkbrldc. of San Francisco chief engineer of the Southern Pacific.. wtu» hero recently going over j the proKrctts of tho new j-nll lino i work west of Cnllentt'. He plans j to havo trains rtinnliiK over the new lino by September "B, which Is j some ahead of tho <lnto set. ! V. S, It \1LIU).\I)S LKAD i NKW YORK Sept. 19. (U. P.)— With b-HH than « per cont of the One-half block north of Nile M" - c*'t, i rsllv fur dm Texas Cluh The' puslnr'n I world'H land area unit loss than 6 ...*<>.^..l ( n 'I'll*. It* I Mln *•.<! W..1.....I .. ' . . " . .. . ' . ... . ... - of tho transportation supplied by the school district. This Is about 10 more than wero transported last year. Mrs. Howard Fulton claims the distinction of having a son leaving Junior college and another son Just entering the grade school this year. H«r son, Howard. Jr.. Is In his last year at Rakersfleld Junior Collere while her son. Bobble. Is entering the first grade at Kernvllle 1'nlon school, "Rattlosnake Bill" Walker, who seems to have a faculty for contact- opposite Thu \VllllntnA Itft«l Ilakei'SflHii C. D. Spencer. Pastor "I<at Us Mr>vt TuEulher In tho lloumo of i!i>d." Nrlicinluli 0:10. Suniluy School. 9:4D. Morning Worship, 11 .no. ISvangnllstlc Service, 7:80 Pruyrr MectlnK. Tuewlny, 7:30 VCIUIIK People's Misotlne, Tliursdsy. 7:30. Htreot Mcctlnp, Hnnjrday, 7:30. Corner Uu- )(»r and Kiimnnr Klvt>i>ls. Hiinilay niornlng ItroatlcuKt ov<>r raillu ^tntioii W8XAI, »:30 lo !i:0fl o - i-lovk. - ! putty," First HupllM Church ; Ki~l"i I'' Truxtun Avenue Urtwe'm It ami M j Streets' ' Hr. Hurlun C. Hnrr*lt, Pastor Slinilny HC|II«>|, !>:30 H. in. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon NUbjei-l J a« announeiMl; "Lct'ii <!nl Together!" | g service, 7:SO o'clock. Herinon i u« annoutiCBd. "l<iccln«i|a>tli>al j «'30 tlmnin. "Tlio Prexenl PfrlU and I'u- ture Purpuvd of Uo<l In Ainirlca," Ollilale Community Church Ijlnroln nnd ('Mllfornln Htrcft^, per cont of ltd population, the Con- Ing "buzz-tolls" under unlnue circumstances, recently, captured a Uiii-iiiul rnltp.1 smtcii has 2 per large rattlesnake alive near the Kern ovnt of tho entlro world's railroad :<i4.g)i2 miles. I HovMTiid fyrll M. lllcka, PnMor Suinlay M'lioul, (i:30 H. in I'IHHBO* tor nil «(if»H. KvottlnK service. 7:H'i o'cliirk. "Moodfi for l.lf,-." Spnclal river bridge at Kernvllle. He added his new captive to his collection. His snakns often startle visitors to his i Black Gulch cabin with their merrv TKKT1I STOP Hl'LLKT symphony. Tho snake xvaa captured i nl.ort'KSTKK, MUHH.. Sept. IS within n stone's throw of Movie [(U. P.) Sixteen yfar-ol.l August Ml-1 street wh«r« a reward of »5 recently i KUI>! ow«-n hl« llfi- to his teeth. A ' wa< offered for a live rattl.-r. f'liurrli «f Chrl*t icnt IIH force on tho Miguel ; August Hpat out tho bullet nnd thriH- life Having teoth. j ",,••,. ; minion, ; IIKflUfK. HnkersfiPld Junior College. «»• WKIJJ* SUNK IN SKA IIAKI". V. H. H. R., Sept. 19. (U. P.) ; KlnkliiK "f "II wells In tho sea hn* nlng service, 7:30 o'clock. Prayer j PudOlo-JumpisrH'" Sunday, «• 30 i S«vnnteenili anil U Streets .1. I»uvl0 Taylor, Mlnlctrr lllhlc Ri'linol, 10 u. 111. I'rciii'hing, 1] i. m. HulijMt, "Strong In ihe I^rrt." | »«,„,, ( ,r K anlMMl with tho aid of motor i >iy J. liRVli) Taylor. I'.vonlnit clnf<M<ii. rlix'k Prciti-hliiR. 7:80 p. ni meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. ) K. W. U. V. allO HI U. V. tnoetlUKs. . "Otir.ileni'o : encp, lm)lvldu«10." . . und OlBobi-ili- . , ,, ,, , ,, .. ,i,, „,„., n r .«,. »„ i «B'inc| M .b near tho coast of tho Api Rl "' 1 '"" 'Vnlnuula In tlio t- ,u*plan • 8na. | TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI. Sept. 19.—Charles waa a week emi visitor In BUCK ROGERS, TWENTY-FIFTH CENTURY, A. D. Run Hugged By I'HIL, NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS I TOLD DUKOR MV W5INTE6RATOR PISTOL AND FLYING BELT WERE APPARATUS TO TURN STONE INTO GOLD- HE WANTED MET0 SHOW HIA\ HOWTM6 APPARATUS WORKED, ¥)«* *OMN F, W£MT-/AfTO A THROU6 ROUGH Our Of A CL£V£#LyCAMO<JfLAG£D AND OUT ON THE OPEN CERE AN PLAfH — /FASTER'-FASTER, SLAVE!-WOULD YOU DELAY. THE DUKOR? I NEVER COULD HAVE LOCATED THIS ," AIR-LOCK BY MYSELF/i AND IVE GOT THEM . /WORE / SPEED. HOW CAN \ RUN FASTER -WHEN YOU KEEP JABBING ME?~ i CAN'T RUN / ANY FASTER/ GOING CANT THESE . LEADING ME / 1 THROUGH IT, . .'/. ... . u i Curl Buckman of the educational staff of the CCC cnmo at Keone. visited the Reverend F. O. Wyatt ! Bundav evening. It is reported that Gordon Brite. ! Is In a serious condition nt a Bak- j ersfleld hospital, having undereone I an operation Monday. ; Dr. Harold Schlotthftuer removed i tondlLi fur llttlo Botty Lou Nelson ! on Sunday nnd for Ralph Smith on Monday, al»o performing an appsn- • dictomv on Harry Kennedy Monday i at the Tithaehapl Valley Hospital. ! llurnett Hayes had a narrow **• i cup* Monday afternoon when his car ! went over ft grade ne«r Clear creek. i He was only cut and bruised but ', tbrt car was badly damaged. Hr i. was on hU way to Delano to greet S hi* new daughter. Patricia Ann. ! born early that morniiig in Delano. | where Mrs. Hayes ha» been staying I with her mother. i Nathaniel Slmms, local carpenter. suffered a broken toft arm In a freak accident Sunday morning. He had driven his car onto the air Jack at the I Hart station to have a trreas* job don*, then gotten Into the : car- again to adjust a cushion: the, ' attendant not knowing Slmma wait 1 In tho car. raised U and Slmms. not ! rettJltlns: the ear had town hobtWuL 1 stepped put, striking the pa ! 6 feet below. Doctor Harold hau«r attended the tnjfury.
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