The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1936 · Page 6
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, . • ' " '"' ,-'*•'• J 1 ' '', ' '•* ' • » NEWSi Highland Park News Notes HIGHLAND 1'ARIC, Sept. 22.— Mr. nnrt Mrs. C. L. Hrowster of Ix»ng Beach worn reci-nt guests at tho homi' "f Ih'-lr nun find daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Hrrwstpr. Mr. and Mrn. O IVdrock and norm drove to Lflior, Sunday where they enjoyed n plctilc Mr. nnd Mr». I'Yfd H. T»f> IM. Mar have movi-d fnun Hakr-rnflnld to 214 Kay Miwt. Mr. I" 1 La Mur Is n con- trn'-'tor niul I!K builder. Mr*. Cecil hnfl returned from a 10- day vlwll ni llk'lirnund and Alamcda. Mr. n.ml Mrs. H. K. Hmlth are upending a 10 days vnciitlon nt I'lsmo. Miss Rontrk'o Hawthorne recently visited frlnndH at Taft. Mr. and Mrs. O Kltrh nnd daughters Until. IUmali>«' and Healrlro of Bakersflolil won- .Sunday guoslH of Mr. and Mrh. Kltcli'H dnughlpr and non-ln law Mr. and Mrs. T. U. Blair. Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Brewstor and family uporit tlin week i-nd at LOB C. H Khoup «pnnt wcvfrnl days last wi-'-h above the Jack ranch dc«r hunting Mr. ami Mrs. W. IJ. TInvenstrlle of Han l a HOHII WITH roci.-nt visitors at 1 tho homes of Mr. Havonstrlto's nieces Mrs. Klmer C. Anders and Mrs. I,, H. Kastman. Accompanied by J. W. Havenstrlte, father of Mrs. Anderson anil Mrs. Hast man tho vis- Hurs loft for a visit to relatives In Oklahoma find Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morgan drove to Hanford Kunday to visit relatives. Mr ii.iiil Mrs. Howard Hlithop en- terlalried a group of Hhdll offloo mnn U'l-rlnr-mliiy 'evening at their home. The KUests wcro II. H Tiurlu', offloo maiuiKi'r, Howard Hplnnlng, J. P. Knseh, J. MtfCammon anil Hobort Derhonnel. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bishop woro evening guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Murko In Itakersflelil. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brown havo moved from .147 Highland Drive to their now house 24(1 Highland Drlvo. HylveMtor Flt7.patriol< of Modesto spent l ho week nnd visiting fit tho homo of his sister, Mrs. Husnri Wells. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jones have, moved Into their new apartment 415 Arvln street. Mr. Hurkn la nti em- ploye of Chnnsolor Lyons Company. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Owens havo moved from Hakersflold to .147 1 Hull- land Drlvo. Mr. Owens Is employed hy the Maash Moss Tool Company. Unique Party Is Enjoyedjby Class McFART.iA.Nn, Sept. 22.~Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis wriro hosts at a "backwards party" at tholr lovely now adobe homo Wednesday night when they entertained for members of tho young married pcoplow class, of which they are members. All guests wore greeted with Kfiodby fit tho back door of the homo upon thulr arrival and with a hollo wlmn they departed. Clothing wns worn backwards and gamos wcro played backwards. A wnlnor roast with fiats was <Jn- Joyed on the lawn In front of tho homo, with the barbecue pit by tho rondsldo. Those wYio enjoyed the evening with Mr. and Mm. Davis wore! Andrew Ulleknnslaff, teacher of tho class; tho Rfivormid and Mrs. .T. r. C.'nffman, Messrs. and Mesdames I'rentlHS Hmlth, Halph Mlshlcr, C. D. White, llMinlo Lehman, Wallor Hoot, Frank Carter, Karl Howmari, Orn/lnn ' Mownmn, f.i. O. Welch, their won Carroll and their daughter, Hlllle Jean; Mr. and Mrs. II. J'otfsmon and throo children, Clarence Bowman, Marilyn, Tommy and Gerald Davis. Pond Affairs of Interest POND, Hfipt. 22.—Recent dinner guests ot tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Soorge Whltacre wcro Mr, and Mrs, C. N. Whltacro, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis, Mr. and Mrs. 8am Vaughn and Mrs. C. K. While. Mr. and Mrs. George Hammond moved this w<*»U to tinker-afield where they will make their homo. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parker, spent Friday In Hakorsfleld on business, Misses Melon Ludy, Lucille Will- lams, Flossie Hofftnan. attended a school mooting Saturday held at tho Baknraflnld High Hchool. Mr. ant) Mrs. Harold Dyckman wore recnnt guests at tho home of Mrs, Dyelunan'H parents, Constable and Mrs. Torn Qulnn of Delano. A." Hull Inn Is spending several days fn tho mountains on a deer hunting trip. Mr. and Mrs, W, M. Hoda and four llttlo daughter?) moved south recently. Mr. Hoda was employed on the Camp, West & I/owe property hero Bovnral months, JJarl Tenor, ICe-rn county superintendent, of elementary schools, visited tho I'ondrmm Hchool Thursday. Miss Betty Uamlln was a recent guest at the homo of her friend, Miss Ilattlc Griffith, of Delano. Mr. and Mrs. Ilay Allen and son Jimmy and Mru, S. L. Allon 'were Uakersfleld visitors Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Posqulno Posqulnl of BakcrsfMd were business visitors horn Thursday, Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Russell were business visitors In Bakersfleld Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Auld and sons moved recently to Wasco where they will make tholr homo. Mr, and Mr». Frank Kalmons and family returned hero Tuesday from I'arllor where they havo boon staying several weeks. 13. C. Cozart accompanied some friends to tho mountains recently on a,deer hunt. Maurlco Ludy returned to his homo Thursday evening from Fresno. Miss Zclma Parker of Bakorsfleld Is hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G, A. Parker. ... •« i • ' SAFETY IlBCORD N13W YORK, Bept. 22. (U. P.)—Not a porson has been killed or Injured In tho transportation of billions of pounds of dynamite or black powder by tho railroads of tho United States and Canada since 1927. They handled 370,000,000 pounds of dynamite and black powder In 1985 alone. Guests Feted by McFarland Couple Mcif'ARt.AND, Sept, 22,—Mr. and Mrs. George Wells entertained re- cently'for th& former's' brother-In- aw an<t slater, Mr. and Mrs, Bort Fish and their small daughter, Holly Dlanne, and their niece, Miss Lilla Fish, whp wore en row to north to enjoy a two weeks' vacation. Tho guests were honored at a dinner party when places were marked for Mr. and Mrs. Fish, Molly Dl- anno, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Lobre, Misses Llla Fish, Bern Ice and Jean Lobre, the host and hostess and children, Dale and Barbara Jean Wells. 4 I > ' News Today From OHdate McFARLAND Only this 1936 DUBBS PROCESS REFINERY cat* produce this 1936 Supto>~6ctone> Gasoline IT'S the rtfitttry, not advertising claims, that makes a super gasoline. Sixteen mom IKS ago when tlicWilshire Oil Co., Inc., begun construction of its new $2,300,000 Dnbbs Process Cracking Plant, we knew what the result would be — California's first gasoline to combine anti-knock, mileage and power in super quantities. What was expected is now an actual fact and ECONOMY SUPER-OCTANK takci the lead among quality motor fuels. and P-awei fa. Addition Expect these three outstanding features:— Super Octane that produces a new kind* of smooth, antiknock motor performance. Super Power thai you can feel at the slightest touch of the throttle. Super Mileage because a natural high octane delivers more anti-knock miles to the gallon. Acid and gum- free by the exclusive Stratford Cold-Treat method. Try ECONOMY SUPER-OCTANE, the gasoline sensation of 1936. Sold by hundreds of indepcn* dent dealers in California. FOR THE FIRST TIME. WILSHIRE OIL CO., INC • 2455 East 27th Street • JEfferson 1181 supER-onnnG cnsoiinE STRATFORD COLD-T<R EAT McFARLAND, JJept. 22.— Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hlgginbotham enter- :iUnod recently at their country home for their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D. Walker -and family of Brawloy. Mr. Walker Is associated with the Pacific South Western Bank In tho southern city and ho with his family were returning from Lho Mother Lode country where they passed, their vacation. Glondon Rodger's, who has been attending tho university of Southern California In Los Angeles, was a dinner guest of his parents, Mr. ind Mrs. Clarence Rodgors at their tlarlow avenue home. He Is In tho secretarial department of tho Kern ounty Union High School In Bak- ersfleld. James Hlgginbotham, son of Mr. md Mrs. IS. M. Hlgglnbotham. who has bean a ranger at Mt. Whitney during the summer months has been Lransferred to the Kern Canyon section. He expects to attend tho University at Berkeley at the beginning of the second semester beginning In Janunry. He Is specializing In forestry. Earlo S. Weller and his daughter, Miss Dorothy Mae, were business and pleasure visitors at Woody recently. Edward Willis, local truckman returned Monday night from delivering a load of produce to the southern markets In Los Angeles. All of tho local faculty wives en- Joyed attending the first meeting of tho organization which was a dinner meeting at tho Bakersfleld Woman's Club Wednesday night. The local members Include Mesdames L. W. Hedge. Huntloy Webb, Charles Flanagan, Cecil D. Bowman, and U. C. Allen. Mrs. Sam Vaughan underwent treatment at tho Mercy Hospital In Bakersfleld from Tuesday until Thursday. Sho Is recovering nicely at her homo on California avenue. Mrs. Charles Ash has arrived hero from Los Angeles and she with Mr. Ash are milking their homo at tho Oulley court. They havo with them Mrs. Ash's nephew. .Ilmmle and Bllllo Glover, who aro attending tho local schools, the former a sophomore In high school and the latter a member of tho sixth grade. Mr. Ash Is tho manner at the market of the Safeway. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Rldo, their daughter, Glennys and their son. Dale arrived hero Saturday from their home at Santa Monica and passed tho tlmo until Sunday night tin guests of their friend. Mr. and Mrs. A. ,!. Peterson. Tho two families were friends when both families lived In Nebraska. - 4 » » TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI, Sept. 22.—Mrs. Arthur Shadow and daughter, Miss Margaret Clwyn Shadow, and Mrs. L. L. Heums and daughter, Miss Dorothy Reaves of Winchester. Tenn., arrived Friday for a visit, with their sister Mrs. Ralph McColloch, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huntloy of Long Beach visited at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. 'Herbert Perry at the Monolith substation. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Beeson of Monolith were In Bakersfleld Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Burrls of PUij:ervllle passed Sunday at the home of Mrs. Burrls' brother, Arthur Olson. J'eto Del Carlos. Put Cowan and Eric Ban- spent tho week end In Bakorsfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Duty drove to Bakersfleld Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O, Nash returned Friday from Smlthvlllo. Texas, whoro they were visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curtis and Geno Curtis of Quartzstte, Arizona, drovo up Sunday to bring homo Mrs. Peggy Chltwood who has been visiting there. En route home they will leave Gono In .Long Beach whoro he will attend Junior college. Ho graduated from the local high school last Juno. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kanstoln havo had as their guest tho past week. Mrs. Kansteln's mother, Mrs. Davis of San Joso. She returned home Saturday. OILDALB, Sept. 22,-—Mr. and Mrs. H. Pearson of Alhambra, were recent visitors at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ferdinand and family of Poso Creek. A visitor this week at the Ferdinand home Is Charles Pearson who received his honorable discharge from the United States Marines recently. Dwtght Klnney Is recovering from his recent Illness, • Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barksdalo were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greer. Herbert Cowan of Rlvervlew was among tho fortunate hunters to return with a largo deer last week.. Miss Maflo Ferdinand of Poso was an overnight guest at the homo of Miss Ruth Smoot on Friday. Miss Ferdinand, Miss Smoot and Frank Smoot attended the roundup at Coffee canyon. Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Evans and family have as their guest this .week Mrs. Evans* sister Miss M. GUI of Monterey. Miss Eileen Gardner, who Is afc-1 tending a business college at Fresno, passed the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gardner of Decatur street. James Claypool, Sr., entered Kern General Hospital last Friday for treatment. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Shreffler of Washington street were Mr. and Mrs. C. Douglas of Santa Maria. Mrs. H. J. Loveland and her sister Mrs. J. L. Glover were dinner guests at the horns of Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison of Bakersfleld recently. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drennan were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Stafford of Riverview, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. David Pearson returned last week from a hunting trip at Shirley Meadows. Buttonwillow News Notes BUTTONWILLOW, Sept. 22.—P. D. Van Neman with his daughter, Mrs. ii, L. Darling Just returned from a vacation trip to San Francisco. While there they visited Parker Van Neman who Is enjoying a position In the band In the Coast Artillery. After a couple of days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Darling, P. D. Van Neman motored to Los Angeles to Join his mother and together they will go to their home at Avlla. Mr. and Mrs. C. B- Crawford motored to LOB Angeles and visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crawford over tho week end. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bishop, with Mrs. Ada Paschal, called to see friends In Taft Wednesday evening. Mrs. Fern Watson of Bakersfleld visited a few clays with her sister, Mrs. Herman Bishop. Cotton picking has begun, and the cotton Is good. Tho gin has turned out about 250 bales. The Pomona Grange, H. E. C., held a splendid meeting at the San Joa- nuln clubhouse, with the Button- willow and th« Mayhow Clubs as hostesses. Forty-five people attended. Tho Mavhew hostesses wore Mrs. Willis Mayhew and Mrs. Sldell. Those from Buttonwillow were Mns- dames W. L. Smith', S. 13. Deck, R. E. Cruzan, Herman Bishop, • Ada Paschal, Roy Trout, H. B, Panned, John Bishop, J. R. Bright and Frank The Buttonwillow Orange held their regular meeting Wednesday evening. September 16. There was a fine attendance and refreshments wore served. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hair with, their grandchildren, Hardy and Mickey Hair, have been vacationing In Washington and Oregon. On the return trip they visited In Sacramento and went down the coast to Ventura to visit a son, Alden Hair, and reached home on Sunday, having been gone about three weeks. Little Miss Dona Lee Clay of Lonsf Beach has been a guest of her aunt. Mrs. R. O. Daly for some time. Her' parents, Mr. and. Mrs. George Clay, spent the week end here and took the little girl home with them. r BEER Take it home in H R N DY PflK You can carry HANDY PAK home and return the "emptie*" with the greatest of easel This new,convenient package holds 12 "Stelnie" bottles of ACME Beer... Smart I Com pact I Economical I Light as a feather! Get your week-end supply of ACME Beer in the new ACME HANDY PAK carton. Brewed with More Costly Ingredients. Distributor , BOHEMIAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY "T ' ' ' 1129 Nineteenth Street. Bakersfleld DELANO DELANO. Sept. 22,—Mr. and Mrs, Loland Thompson have named their i twin sons who wer« horn on Septenv i ber 18, Donald Arthur and David Al| bert Thompson. i Morton Reono of Tracy, accompan- 1 led by his mother of Los Angeles ' wore business visitors In town on \ Saturday morning while returning to Tracy from a trip of several days In southern California. Mrs. Oscar A. Stone has returned homo after spending four months In Ludlngton, Mich., La Crosso, Win., and at Chicago, visiting with relatives. ALSO REFINERS OF ECOHOMY GUARANTEED FIRST GRADE AMD WILSHIRE SUPER-OCTANE GASOLINES! GUARANTEED TREATMENT FOR TENDER STOMACH Dr. 13mU'8 Adla Tablets brine quick relief from a soro stomach, pains between meals due to acidity, Indigestion and heartburn. If not your money Is refunded. Hughes Drug Store.—Adv. 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