The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 21, 1936 · Page 5
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BAKERSPlfiLO CAL1PORNIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1938 _japMMU.NITY NEWS. Items of Note in Wasco WASCO, Sept. 21.—A new barber shop Is to be opened In tho theater building by T. L. Paterson of Lost iiHilla, who has operated a shop there. Dance students Of Wasco will have an opportunity to enroll for classes September 22 -when the Modern School of Dance will open at the I. p. O. F. hall. Mlss.Roso Haber Parentl and Thornton Audrey will have chargo of the instruction. The Spud-Inn Cafe has been I6ased by Joseph Coppock of Hawthorne and Ell Ctirry of Bakerafleld, from Walter Parka. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Martins and daughter have returned to Wasco to live after living at Taft the pool year. The Martins are in tho Everett Kroesch home. Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Prather had as a recent houso guest Miss Cora Fulton of Patterson. Miss Fulton will teach In tho high Bohool'at La Broa this year. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jahant will spend next week in San Francisco on their annual vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Nelson had as their guest Mr. Nelson's brother, Reverend Harry Kelson of Bremor- toh, Wash., who had been attending a pastors' convention In Los Angeles. Mr. arid Mrs. Hugh Archer entertained at a birthday dinner for W. T. Archer on his seventy-second anniversary. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Archer, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Jones, Mrs. Frances Sldelinger and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Archer and sons, Melvin, Norval and Virgil Archer. J. H. McMlllen was called to Gardena last week on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. Clara Patre, at the age of 68. Mr. and Mrs. John Page wero among tho early pioneers In the Buttonwlllqw district. Reverend Father Owen McMullen of the St. John's Catholic Church was in retreat near San Francisco this week, * i > —• . .. '.. Exchange Club Is Host to Speaker DELANO, Sept. 21,—Charles Kell. director of the extension division of the national Exchange Club was the guest speaker at the Friday luncheon meeting of the local club, which was hold at Hotel Kern, and took for his subject, ''Meals and Purposes of Exchange Clubs." He announced tho organization of a new club at Shatter with 40 members, and a new club at San Luis Oblspo, with 50 members, to which a charter will be presented on September 26. He advised that the project of having a Warm Springs Institute at Paso Robles had been approved and adopted by tho national convention of Exchange clubs. Assemblyman Rodney L. Turner spoke for the Tchachapl. Exchange Club and citizens of that community, when he asked the' local club to pass a resolution urging rerouting and improvement of the Bakerstleld- Tehachapl highway. Such'a resolution was passed. M. A. Johnston, president of tho Wasco Exchange Club was a guest. E TO HAVE VOTE Voters lo Decide on Issue of $90,000 to Erect a New Grammar School MOJAVE, Sept. 21.—The trustees of tho Mojavo Elementary School district of Kern county have called a special bond election for October 10 for the purpose of submitting to tho electors of the district a proposition as to whether bonded Indebtedness shaU'bo incurred by the district for the purpose of purchasing a now site and erecting a now elementary school building. Tho estimated cost Of these bonds is $90,600. Recently a petition Was circulated among the townspeople to determine their attitude toward a new school building. Approximately 270 signers were obtained. The present building is too small to accommodate tho increased number of pupils. Tho election will bo hold in tho school building on J street. Polls will be open from 1 to 6 o'clock. Harriet L. Hardln will act as inspector and Mabel L. Crane and Marie A. Monroe will be the judges. .^4» Philippe Pottlgrow, of Montreal, lost his lead whistle 03 years ago. Recently, doctors X-rayed him and found It, Students Choose Leaders at McFarland High School TI/rcFARLAND, Sept 21.—Faculty J -* J - advisors have been appointed and various organizations of tho high school are assembling as the second week of school advances. Huhtley Webb has been elected to act as student body advisor, while Percy Jones, junior student at the school, heads the group as president. Other officers include Woodrow Wilson, vice-president; Betty Taylor, secretary: Itaael .Valno, treasurer and Edith Whlaler. yell leader. Principal L. W. Hedge stated today that Miss Mary Ellenbeth Johnson, newly elected English teacher, whoso home is In Fresno, has been elected to act as advisor of publications of tho school, including tho annual, Rccuerdos and the school paper, "The Cougar Cry." Within a short time the annual staff and tho editorial department members of the paper will bo elected and the year's work will be recorded from week to week. MUs Ann Harder Is Senior cTaaa adviser and will also have charge of tho Girl Reserves; Miss Alice BrlgHo is Sophomore class advisor, Charm Club and Dance Club; Cecil D. Bowman, newly elected assistant coach and shop Instructor has been elected to act ns Sophomore cliiss adviser (Sstctot to The California*!) ft pays — e.® Vcve ^S^H?^^c^ e C e ^^ ^ ^^t^ss^" '^ x&gi 9 "- •$&* s -. ^ v The Califomion and of the newly formed Craftsman Club. Miss Mario C. Lourenseo and U. S. Allen are advisers of tho honor department of the school. Miss Lourenzo is also adviser of tho Spanish Club and of tho Library staff. Mr. Allen Is adviser of tho F. P. A, Charles A. Flanagan Is adviser of football, assembly and muslo. '•• » Conduct Rites for Delano Electrician DELANO, Sept. 21,—Funeral sen-. Ices for William J. Weaver, local electrician, wero held hero on Saturday afternoon at the chapel of the Delano Funeral Parlors. Tho Reverend C. H. Flanagln, pastor of the Baptist Church, officiated ut tho service. Interment was In Delano come- to ry. With his parents he had lived for the past 12 years In McFarland and graduated from the grammar school there and attended tho high school. Ho entered Inislnpsa hero following his marriage to Miss llda Freels. He Is survived by his wife, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Weaver and a brother Howard Weaver, living in McFarland, a brother, Donnls Weaver of Pomona, and a. brother ISugeno Weaver of iho't?nlted Rtaten navy, and two small daughters. Ho wa« a charter member of tho 20-30 Club and active in Us work In this community. ««» ... Fete Oildale Girl at Birthday Party OILDALE, Sept. 21.—Miss Joyce Foley was tho hon'oreo at a birthday dinner given at tho homo of her parents recently. Miss Foley received many glfta from her host of friends be.sUlan those present at tho dinner, Those present wero Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Goodman of Wasr.o. Miss Elalno Chapell of Tuft, Lloyd Vath and Mike .Sako of Baltersflold and tho honoroo. *« » TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI, Sopt. 21.—Norman Nnoglo left Friday for San Joso where he will Inko up bin studies at. the San Joso Normal. Ho has visited tho post two months at tho homo of his sister. Mrs. dene Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson and Mrs. Mary I'ylo loft Thursday for their vacation, part of which will bo passed at their cabin on Greenhorn. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Klngsbury left .Thursday for a vacation trip to visit relatives in Springville and other points. A. R. Madding drove to San Dlmos Thursday to bring up for a visit Mm. Maddlng's aunt, Mra. Mattlo Griguby. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Smith have returned from a vacation trip in LOB Angeles. Mrs. F. B. Rlddcns and hor granddaughters, Miss Shirley Hammond and Miss Gortrudo Peterman, were the honorocs of a birthday dinner Wednesday evening at tho home of Mrs. SlddcnH. Covers wore laid for 12, tho other guests being Mr. and Mm. Edgar Knolp, Mr. and Mrs. Vnrkor Kldclons, Mr, and Mrs. Enas Poterman, Miss Patty Brlte, Miss Billy Jean Southors and Johnny Hornberger. Mm. Arthur Olson and children, Kathleen and George, returned on Thursday from a throe-months' visit with her parents and other relatives In Kansas. H. H. Kirkbrldo passed Thursday In Los Angeled. Accompanying him homo wero Mrs. KlrUbrlde's mother, Mrs. Ida Summers, and sinter, Mr«. Ann Hupp of LOB Angeles for a week's visit. Rev. S. C. Schneffer Guest of Honor at Reception nt Wnsco Church RICHGROVE mCHQRQVB, Sopt. 21.—Mr. and Mrs, B. M. Nellsen and their son Howard have returned home from the state fair at Sacramento. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wise have returned to their homo at R.*- dondo Beach after a visit here with Mr. Wile's sister, Mrs. Howard 8. Miller and Mr. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Burum have been entertaining a* their house gueits Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCart of Beverley HI1U. who have enjoyed trips to Snqunla. National Park and other places of interest whllt here. j Kurt Thomas, lilchunl Brockman | and Hugh 15. Durum have returned ] home from a vacation of several davs i spent at Los A.ntfelca and Long Uwirh. Mrs. L. H. Klatt has returned I homo from a visit with hor son, Arno I Finiter and family nt Orange and i with her mother and other relatives in tho *mmi> city. She made tho trip south with her son. Cleveland A. Hltniiioni 1m* re- j turned to his work at Vlmilla after : Hpvrxllng sovcrnl days here with Mrs. ! Hltntnorm u IK! her father, Charles | Browning. j Mr. and Mrs. Janie* Burum w«r« ; recent gii'-stH of Mr, Bumm's inothi-r, MI-M. Lucy Uurtim, and his plstor, MrH. Ilnllli) nichardH and Mr. Klchard* at thulr home In McFarland. Mr. nnd Mr». L. K. Cannon of Pomona have continued their Journey to San Jo»o to visit their son after being Wednesday overnight KUPHU of their nephew, Arthur Woodhcad and family. fully Oil PHOTOGRAPH PROOFS TO SELECT FROM Regular Value $4.00 (Sjteetal to Tb« Caltfarntan) WASCO, Sept. 21.—Honoring Reverend S. Carlylo Schaoffor, now pastor of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, a reception attended by more than 100 members and friends of tho church wan given in tho church social hall, Friday everting, at which he and his family wore given a hoarty welcome to this community. Interspersed with the addresses of welcome was a delightful program of musical numbers. Dr. Ben Crandall as master of ceromonlea called upon ministers of other churches In Wasco and several laymen for talks and announced tho program of music. Dr. Kntrllff Speaks Dr. T. Hilton Uatcllff, pastor of tho Congregational Church, spoko briefly upon tho topic "What tho church owes to Its pastor." He said first, tho church owes tho pastor tho courtesy of good will; the IOVB- llnosa of punctuality and tho beauty of loyalty. • Reverend While Tells Duty Hcvcrend L. H. White, pastor of the Pour-Fold Ooapcl Church, spoko on tho toplo "Tho duty of tho church to the community." Ho dwelt upon the noce«sHy of tho church training tho young people to tuko a definite, fearless stand for God and tho right, iind sold a family altnr should bo erected In every Christian home. In speaking of tho young people and tho church, Dr. a. F. Webb, pastor of tho Nazareno Church, sntd tho young people of today are tho strength of tho church. Mr. A. T. Klines, Sunday school superintendent, gave the formal welcome for the church and Dr. TO. 8. Fogg and Judge W. a. Ulory responded when called upon. Doctor Sclmeffer responded graciously and Introduced Mrs, Schaef- for. 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Actually, the pub* He, as.usual, will boar the whole burden— through the higher price* you will pay. The measure proposes this: Charge individual stores $1.00 a year for the right to do business. Hut tax chain »torot 9500.00 for each store,over nine. The "joker" in such taxes is exposed by tho U. S. Federal Trade Commission, which says: "If the ability to iindenell, bated on greater aflicfetncy or on elimination of credit and delivery^ coil, it destroyed fey (fixation, it it tho consuming public which "will really pay the tax and not ~tltachain. Why? Because chain stores operate on a small profit. They eliminate middlemen's profits *nd unnecessary in-between expenses. The savings they make arc passed on to YOU in prices 10% below tho average. The Harvard (University) Bureau of Business Research states these to be die facts. Thus four out of five chain stores do not make cuough profit to cover the tax. They must raise prices. And that means you will pay. Somo chains wiU bo forced to clos«% Their competition gone, other stores will be free to boost their charges. And that means you will pay. The tax is admittedly not for revenue purposes. It M a scheme to raise prices by taxation—to subsidize wasteful business methods at your expense. If you agree that chain store competition helps to keep all prices reason- ablc-if you agree that taxes on foods and necessities are already high enough -vote NO and keep prices laic. For, stripped of its misleading name and its involved wording...2.2 u a tax on you- VOTE NO I Rub Cutlcura Ointment into scalp- leave overnight—then wash with rich lathering, medicated Cuticura Soap. Helps clear out dandruff, relieves itchy cealp and promote* lustrous hair 'growth. Start the CuUcura treatment today. FREE Ssmpl«—writ* "Cutlcura" Dept 32, MnWen, MM*. 22 IS A TAX ON YOU-VOTE NO! RETAIL STORE LICENSE (Chapter It*. 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