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COMMU NITY DELIA HAS FIRSI Incorporation to Be Topicjrf Meet I SIIAFTl&Tl, Bopt. 23,—Uiaat mon gathered fit Tehachapl yesterday to i (ho working of a small town )IOH tindorgono Incorporation. Canned Goods Topic of Hifl | >>-* * .t~n Session ol' Funn Homo DcparlnuMil Tlinrc (UprHal In Thi Cii/l/ornlnn i PANAMA, Sept. i!H.- -Tlin firm fnll muethiK "I the Kern Delta Kiirin 1-loiiH! Department WIIH held nl Hi' 1 homo of Mrn. Arthur .Selderl at I'aniimn. The topic WIIH "The Buy- IIIK of t'untied Goods," The Hpeolal tuple fcr UI!H renter wus "Corn." MINH Dorothy Wllkln- noli, fiinn liome ileiiioiiHtniiloniiKi.nl Will) Ihe help of MrM. II. \V. lllw'rle, prnjef.t leader. dlseiiHHed Hi-- vnrliniH polnlH to In- knpi In iiilnil when buying canned KoodN. Teal Siimnli'N Without knowlni? Hi" lnbel« or nrler-H, corn wu« tented and Judged by the Kl'oup. A pi.lluek Iniieli WIIH nerved nt noon followed by Hie hnwl- ni'HH meet Inn. Mr«. Hani Kderle will continue IIH clinlriniin unil Mrs. >'• "• Kendall HH nocrft.nry. Mrn. Irnui Boyer WIIH Motif.! vIcfM'hiilrinnn. A Korlnl lift- ornoon HpntiHored by the dome department October 7 will !»• held at the home of MrH. S. \\'. F.beile. rotniiiltlcH Formed riimmltlcoH appointed for Ihe oc- CftHlon are UK fnllowH: Mrn. l-'rod T'lnllln. MI-H. Irmii H».S''|- nnd Mr". liniln for enlerliilnni'-nl roinndl- tee Mr". Arlluir Selderl. Mr». l''ntnl< TxiiiHlnlul and Mr». Klnl" A(M|n IIH n- frr-fhmenl eornmllleo. The Hllver nf- ferlm? I" 11" taken will he lined town rdH exponHeii fur Hi" iMrtfaleH who will attend Hie Karm Hiireim eon voiillon In I'liHiideiiii In I leceinher. The Oclober inci'llng In he held with MI-H. 1C. M. f'ohli will he nil kitchen nrriuiKemont. ThnHe preH- t'lll were MeHdnliieK H. \V l',l»erte, \V. II. Kburln, I'. <•. Hundall, ('lien- ler (I'Nell. .1. HohlnHcn. I'liini Kclbcrl. Marie Avlln. KUdo AHlH. W. K. \Velmler, Irinn Hover. \V. S. Mr. !<(•<•. Kred Hnlllii. Alfred Tiililer, \'lr. ginla liiirliind. Arthur Selbort nnd MrH. llrnln. ^ Quietness Theme of Kern Pastor MO.IAVK, Srpl 'Jit- Thi- "Saura-, merit (if Quiet nemi" WIIH Hie theme of the dlHeourno i;lvon by the Iti'vorend W. .ludmiTi Oldl'leld nl Hi" M".liive ; Community I 'onnre|;ntloiinl I'hurrh. on Sunday tiioriiliu; "Ue iir.'d tn rilltlVllle Hie Hlierallient "I i|llletllfHH •when we would heai-r.od wpeali. our ni?o In lin lined I" be I'm fiiHl nnd I'm IliUH, Iliu feverlwll lll>d lUHfV III breed ninny \vln«' ne-n " The Hietne of Hie eveuliiK nervlre wim "Tlu> lrre|n>.|, Bible I'hrlM." '4 ' » IIOY'N (TKIOSITY <'OSTI.\ Hl'IATTI.I-:. \\'IIM|I , Scpl :M. It'. P.)- Hi'K'-r Meiitmi. Ii. InveMllHiiteil nn old box In hi* Krniidl'HlliiT'w biiflt yilid. A rummolliin "li«iiecl A lew llilnillert lal'-r llniier n I'liinllv re- Ulovnil lid bee Hllllireril I'riilll hlH bend , iniHlnoHM mon of Shatter havo do- rilled to Inspect rcsiitls of such an Hi-lion, taking Into coiiBlderatlon mirh iispccls us flnancn and olhftr DELANO GIRL IS ,... (•nmnilltno wan mado up of Kmll Stfillor, proHldotit of tho Hhltftor ' HuMlnww MtJii'H Amioclntlon; I'", 1... Klnyon. chnlrmiin of tho organlza- '. iiun'w nomniltlfio on Incorporation; 1-. Klrnchoninnnn, a inornhnr of Iho corn- mlttco on Int'orporntlon; J. !'• Nou- felil und II. O. Comfort. • I'-IK-IB Knthornd by tho group will i he preHontful In ItH formnl rnport at i(he orKiinl'/mlon'H next innittlnif. Walkers Basin Miss Kathryn Basset Bride of Willis Proctor at Wilahirc Chapel (Special to Th« Galt/orntan) DBI/ANO, Hopt. 23.— Tn tho pr««of close relatives and a fow In- the tho WAI.KICUH MAHINt. Rept. 23.— Mr. nnd Mm l.eroy lliinltlii returned ID their Inline here lifter HpoildlnK pnMt w«eli motorltiK Ihrmwh Huulder I mm vli-lnlty. MI-H Dorothy II. Olggy mid "on Hubert I,en Hpenl three. dnyH of lluU week vlHlllriK ill Ihe Wood ralirh, IHrk Hrnlth IH now employed 111 tho Hnnkln noirli. l.luyil II HlK«.v iiMd Vernal PrivKOO (,l llniieriifleld Hliiyed lit l''red \ oil/. H plnre lnHt weeli while liunlltiK dfwr nn 1'lule mnuiiliiln. Chief Van M-ter of Ih" JlakiTHflold fir. depiirltnenl nnd Kretl NUhu'-rt. the Itiilternrleld rltv manniti-r. wern ,1 Ihe MIIlM rnnrh la«t Hatiirdu.v n»- i/>iHiitlnK f»r mi old-time flm wa«on tirmito friwidH, Miss Kathryh r<oulno In illHplny III H 11 ' p'rontler Mays n Mi and Mr« .'olm Harnt-H went to l!nlii.i»fleld IIIHI Siiiiirdny nnd r«- luriieil In Hie Itanliln ninrh nil Mon dav in reHimie n deer hunlliiK trip. Inivld Mllln IIIIH ier..nl]y lUin-hnHiM new Irurli, Inirlnr nnd plow nnd IIIIK riiinnieiired platilliiK hlH eriip fill- is rnIn nnd hnv \Vllfied \\'iillnce and I lielina : VViiiMl npent IHHI l-'rldny evenlnw vln- llliiK at th'' .InneH home ill I win. '.Mr nnd MrH Waller Thaleln'r of Hrei'kenrldi;e nnd MI'H. I.IIWHOII l<ow« id' lluneihile were lanl Friday vl«llorH nt the \V'iiifl rniifh. MI-M I'lilherlne .fohiiM and hf>r HOII \Vlllliun !•:. were oviTlilghl Mjii»HtH iif MI-H. I.enn A. Heoble III MnUerHfleld IIIMI Halnrdav. , MIH KII/Hbfth A. Woiid. \\lllrod \V U'r.iid nnd U'allnre K Wooil w"n> luiHllieHH vlcltnrtl III the iMiUllty HOII I. laMl Ttif-Hilnv. nldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlcii MarHhrtll Hassott of this district, beaatne tho brldo of Willis Proctor of IMH Antfolcs. Tho fini-cinony was at 8:00 o'clock on Hunday nlKht at tho Wllshlro Chapnl. Tho brldo woro a Kroon sport suit, and a carnage of pink rosobtifls com- lilotml Dor costume. Hho was n.t- tended by hor slstor, Ml«s JBKthor 'UiiHHOtt of Bakarsfluld, who woro a brown sport suit, and a corsage of while gardenias. Waynt Ferguson of Hoverly Hills, attended thfl groom as hflttt man. After the rorcmony dinner was served to the brldnl parly, and Mr. nnd Mrs. I'rootor will be at homo lo their frluiidH al >H Uurllngtori avenue, Los Angeles, Mrs. 1'roclor Is a (jraduato of tho Delano Joint Union lllKli Ht-hool, She iitlfiulrd ihn College of tbo Pacific at Htoi'Uton for one year, and theil entered thn Hakorsfleld Junior Col- Irfcn, from whloh sho graduateil. Hho grndualed from Ihf! tlnlvorslty of California, l.ns AnK"lPH, with thn rliiHM of IH.'iri, wlii'rn Mho majon-d In homo iTonomlrs. Him IH employed HI the Uoocl Hnmnrltan Hospital In I, os AiiK'des IIH dietician. Mr. 1'nw- [ tor has lii'cn In California for the 'past two yoii.ru. roinliiK to < Inllfonilii from TopcUa, KIIMHUM, and holdn a ri'Npnmillili' iioMtkm with a meat purldiiK firm ll\ I,OM AliKolcH. Mr. nnd Mrs. Uassoti motored down lu allcnd tint --- -*-»-» Wasco Ladies to Plan Fall Doings WAHC'O. Bcpt, 23.—Mr«, Ctoorgo HobertBon will open her home Thurn- day, Hobtohihci* 24, to mornborM of the CongTeKnllonal liadlwi' AM, at .which tlmn planw will bo rnado for full ftc- UvltlOH. Mrt, Tlpton MiUheWH la loMfif of this group. Tha mbmbern of the aid will upon- Hor tho potlimk supper which IB to bo Wervful FHrlay ovenlng at tho pur*on« tigo on the Inwn at 0 o'clock. Mem- hern of thf! church and their fAtnllleu M,U»nd and tho twichcrB nfd also In- vltud to attend. DELANO Kcrnvillc Woman, Chief Dfclrici 51, Pays Visit to Mojnvfe Order Plans for Coming Year Are Told at Woman's Club Meet W ASCO, Bopt. 23. Ing of the, Waso6 "SVoman's club (Special to Tho first meet SHAFTER WASCO m ^.^ • "(I : \YASCd. Sept. VI! Mr and Mrs A i Him Khrhorn and tho Hovoi-ond and Mi" H .1, l-'rlonon and M|HH Na mid I'YIoHi-n Hponl Sunday In Uali'rnfl'-ld. whei-" they woro dinner nut-win at Iho .1 .1 llolnrlchH homo , MI,.! Inlor atlondod III" woddlllK "f I Mlns Hvlvlu Ilidmlchii and I'.rvln i Kohfnl of I.on Anic-loM. I llalph and Hoy (Craft and Molvln land l,o(aiid I'Vlesen and (lordon ; llydn roliirneil lo I .on AimoloM Him da'y "Vonlnif I" contlniio tholr stud- I..H al Ih" lllhlo IiiHlllulo of I,os AM- H/o|ow. SMASHING VALUES Tiny Now HH'orr \Yc Him- ii Slvlr iim llu- Kirs! f.ulil Snap. Si/.c lor ICvi-ry Purpose. <f ' ' "' "V SIIAFTKR, Hopt. 23.—MlHH Hylvlit MctlnrlchH will bo Joined In nuirrlaKo lo Irvln H. Kohfeld In a. i:orrinony wlileh will be held next Sunday In the Memiunlle ciiureh In UalttTM- field. Tho fuiuru MrH. ICohfold IH iln.« <liuiKhter of Mr. anil Mm. J. J. llelnrleliH of lliikei'Hflold. Khnflur'H viilunleer fire flghlci'M HIIveil n number of aureH recently for II. !•'. Met I ler when bin largo buy- Htiiek burned ninith of town. With a Htlff wind blmvltiK acroHH thf> fluid, Iho flro riiuld have Kpoad lo tho IniriiH and ulhi'r bulldlnKH of nearby fnrniH. The firemen were hel|ileHH In iittemptM tn iiiive the Htaek of I'od' del . however. A well bnby i onfereni'n will be hold lit the lorn.1 tiny nurneiy m'.hool I'^rl- iluy KtitrtliiK al " o'elock In thn afternoon The auxiliary of the liiriil ehapler of the American Legion held Ihelr fir Hi ineellliK of tho fall HeiiHOli re- eenlly In the Legion hall. i lien (>. llranl ban been named weiiteru oxeciillve of Hi' quiii tei'M In I'aHiidenii I le IH a nephew of K U (Irani of Hbafter and Colonel o H (Irani of MrKnrlnnd. Ill' W. A (Ilieiln IUIM JllHI eom- pleted hlH work In a npuitln.1 pout- liradunle rounie for phynlellillH at Hlnnford I'nlverfillv lie will romimn ! |I|H prnrllre here. It IH reported. i I'out rurloiH are now rnniplellne, : Ihe work mi the new shafter Mer- rnntlle 1'onipiins' hiilldhiK. whleh IIIIH been niidi'i-Koliu; nlteralloiiH during Ihe pnnl few weeUn The front of Ihe building ban been nlvrn a remnnt riulflh ami plaleKlaHH wltulown have bl'"tl IllMlllleil Mr nnd Mrn l'!rnent Sehnnlfll luivo returned from Ilielr inountitln rnnrh home In iHiibellit. They plan to remain In Shufler ilurliiK tho coming winter. MINH lOteanor ,lan»H, daughter of Mr and MrH K I'. ,lan<"H. In attend- due Nehool In 1'iiHiidenn. Mr. nnd Mrn. .Idnniy DohhdiH and (Inlighter luirlone and Mra. ICdllh llnrrln of I/OH AiiKi-leM worn WGOk'«tld uneHlH at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i (lion O. \ny. MI-H. lluvrlfl In MrH, , Nay'H mother and Mrn. Dohhlnn IH 1 her HlHler. DIOLANO. Hopt, 23.—Tho Reverend Otis Clark of Los Angeles, evangelist for the colored I'onlacostal Church, Is hero conducting services. Mr, and Mrs. 11. C. Clrubbs have returned from Los Angeles whore they spent tho past two and one-half months, while Mr. C-rubbs was In a Los Angeles hospital convalescing from it. severe major operation. Ernest W. Uorel was a Monday morning business visitor In McFur- lahd. H, H. Rice of Los Angeles visited local friends hero on Monday and attended to business Interests. Tho Reverend Clarence Wagner and Mrs. Wagner motored to LOB Angeles on Monday morning and will spend several days them on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. 12. Clango of Karll- mart, accompanied by Mrs. Onngo's sister, Mln« Margaret Mitchell of Iowa, who will bo their house guost during tho winter. Mr. anil Mrs. Roy Stearns and their daughter Charlotte motored to Vlsalln. on Sunday where they at- Hendod the wedding ot ISlmor Morgan at tho 1'entno.ostal church there. Mrs, Hilly Moore and two children of Long I'.oaoh havo returned south after a visit of several days hero with their parents and grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Clrubbs. Mr. Mooi-o motored her to accompany thorn homo. (lenrge Roberts, MoFarland business man, was a Sunday afternoon visitor In town. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stewart of Los Angeles are enjoying a visit of sov- orul days here with their son John and as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. 1 lower. Klmor llarvoy, son of Mrs. Arthur Woodhead has entered upon his second year al Junior college In I'asu- dona. Miss Charlotte Stearns will loitvo thlH week for I'asadona where she will enroll IIH a student at the Southern California lllhlo College of the Full Uospei Church In I'asadona for a nix months' course. MTH. I lav Mnolhnrt WIIH admitted to tho hoxpllal nn Friday for observation and treatment. Richgrove Citrus Growers to Meet Rirnoiiovn, sept, an.—The nn- Ni'i'l'lonai nuiil meeting of nloekholderH of the Hle.hgrovo-Jiisinlne t'ltrus Assoola- lion has hum (Called for Thursday morning at Ml o'clock, to meet at the packing hoiisi' here. John W. Hood, ehnlrnum of the hoard of directors of thn association, wlrf preside. Mlnutini of last ycar'H meet Ing will ho road, the report of Iho treasurer and secretary and the auditor will bo given; and plans for the hill-venting of Iho 10311 navel crop will ho discussed and accepted. Members of tho iiHHoclatlon who have not had Hiuudge pots In their grovoH are, placing them this year, and the association Is financing the growers. to The OaHfornton) MOJAV75, Sept. 23.-*Mrs, Mellsw Trumbell of Kernvllle, district deputy president of tho Rebekah lodge of district No. 51, paid her official visit to tho Robokah lodge No. 360 at the I. O. O. F, hall In Mojave on Monday evening, Mrs. Mario TWomoy, noble grand of the local order, presided at thO business meeting preceding the introduction of Mrs. Trumbell. Mrs, 1 irono Duty of Tohachapl was admitted by card to membership in the order. Mrs, Trumbell, escorted to tho station of honor by the district rep- uty grand marshal, Mrs. Dolma Christiansen of Kernvllle, spoke on tho Robokah orphan's homo located at Gllroy. Mrs. Mario Monroe, past district deputy president, on behalf of tho order presented Mrs. Trumbell with a gift as a momento of her visit. Interesting TfllUs Other Interesting talks were mado by Fred lloko, district deputy grand master of tho Kernvllle Odd Fellows lodge, Mrs. Uulma Christiansen, district deputy grand marshal and 13. Palmer, district deputy marshal, all of Kernvlllo. After tho meeting the guests assembled In the dining room where a light super was served. Tho table was beautifully decorated with a color scheme of lavender and yellow nnd howls of sunflowers were placed at. Intervals. Asters and marigolds with greenery were used In decorating tho hall. Mrs. Mnrlo Monroe and Miss Gertrude Murphy woro In charge of tho arrangements. Tho birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Agnes E. Saum, Mrs.. Irma Hamilton, Miss Gertrude Murphy and Clyde Urlto were also celebrated. Officers for tho Mojavo order for the ensuing term are: Marie Mon- roo, past district deputy president; Mario Twomey, noble grand; Gertrude Murphy, vice-grand; Agnes E, Saum, secretary; Florence Tomaler, treasurer; Irma Hamilton, warden: Ukla Wllhelm. conductress, and Marie Monroe, musician. Oul-of-Town Guests Other out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Write and M|-s. Irene Uuly, all of Tehnchapl. 1TO- Jnvo members present were: Mr. and Mrn. Kd Monroe, and Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Saum and Mesdameo floHo Phillips. Verda Cain, Ruby Ulley, Mario Twomey, Irma Hamilton, Florence Tomaler and Okla Wllhelm and Miss Gertrude Murphy and Charles Monrs. wd« held fuedday dftornOoti In their club horho which was recently built. Members of the executive board and tho board of dlrectbrM wero hoBlosspB at dessert served preceding the club meeting conducted by Mrs. Frank WllkHon, president. Chairmen outlined plans for tho year and general club affairs wore dlHCUSHCd. The book section, which has been ono of the most popular «octlona, will meet next Tuesday, September 27 at 2!l5 at the homo of Mrs. Paul Moore with Mrs. C, P. Morgan gfiv Ing a rovleW of the hook "Rim of Christendom" (Bolton). Mrs. Jack jSlnger IH chairman of the book tti tlon. Mrn.' Frank Forchlnl, chairman Of tho Junior dance .section, reported that the first Junior dance Is to be held on Friday evening, October 2, In tho club house. High school and junior college young people of members are eligible for membership In the Junior dance section and may Invlto an escort subject to tho ap< proval of tho club committee. Tho bridge suction will meet or tho second Wednesday of lt eacV month, the first party to bo held Wednesday, October 14. Those do siring to Join tho bridge sectloi (mould register' with Mrs. Hurry Scaronl, chairman. Contract bridge may also bo played this year If there aro enough to form a group. Mm.* B. \V. Crandall, American Home chairman, Bald that sho wll have a program during tho year am that sho hoped that the club mem bern would think of the homo from a spiritual ' standpoint us well as ho material side and radko home Ife more attradtlve. Ono meeting during the year will bo devoted to arts and crafts, Mrs. Gene Bennett being chairman. Mrs. U. W. Homfeld, drama chairman, reported that she would also sponsor ono program during the year, as well an Mrs. Grant Knlffen, garden, chairman. Mrs. Albert 'Denman, Federation News chairman, will solicit subscriptions for -the club paper. Dr. Mary Hendrlcks, health chairman, will prepare a program during TO IEIFR P: wr the year. A successful summer cati(ip ' was reported for the <31rl Scouts Whom the Wasco Woman's club sponsor. Tho cartip was hold lit Greenhorn Mountain Park and was attended by 42 Including tho camp councilors with Mrs. James Kyle In charge of the camp. Mrs. C. A. Campbell Is club chairman for the airl Scouts and Mrs. Lester Smith leader, of the Oirl Scouts of WaSco. Mrs. C. R. "Wedel, who arranged tho program reported that speakers would be secured for the several meetings for which there Is no ono listed. Tho next meeting Is to bo a surprise meeting on "International relations" and all club members were urged to attend, on October 13. Wasco Woman's club members will attend the reciprocity luncheon to bo given by the Wasco Progressive club on Thursday, October 13, at tho Methodist Church. Work had been done on tho club grounds to make them more attractive and new chandeliers Installed In tho club house. Parent Teacher Club Plans „ First Meeting of 1936-37 School Year in Kern (Special to The QaHforMan) WEED PATCH, Sept. 28.-*-The Vlneland P. T. A. will hold the flrtt meeting of tho school year on Friday afternoon, September 26. In the school auditorium at 2 o'clock, according to Mrs. Felix Lundqulut, president. . Choral Club to Sing Thd Choral Club of the Vineland P. T. A., under, the direction of Miss Judith Dessle Smith, will present a group of songs. Members of the club have been meeting • once a wbelc throughout tho aumtner for rehearsal. An outlined program for the year will be presented for approval by Mrs. Frank Stockton, program chairman. >•-." Refreshments will be served at the close of tho business meeting by th«^ members of the executive board, The members of the executive- board for the coming year are aa follows: Mrs. Felix Lundqulst, presl* dent; Mrs. Fred t,. Wllllford, vice- president; Mrs, H. B. Thomas, secretary; Mrs. Arnle Trogdon, treasurer; Mrs. A. A. Splehri, auditor, and Mrs, Robert Hunt, .historian. » i » • • Rio Bravo in Days News MO BKAVO, Sept. 23.— Miss Bh-dlo Suydam of Fresno spent tho week oncl with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 10. B. Suydam. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Martin recently mado a business trip to Dolano. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil While wore overnight Kiiests of the lattor's parents. Mr. and .Mrs. II. Q. Tomplo at Mountain View on Saturday. Francos and Vorcll Wilson left Sunday for Eugene, Ore., where they will enter Northwest Christian Col- FRUITVALE Woman's Council to Met at McFarland McKAIlLAND, Kept. 23.—Mrs. I. A. Burroughs will bo hostess to members of tho Woman's Council at her California avenue homo Thursday afternoon at - o'clock. Hhe will be assisted as hostess by Mrs. C. I-, lltttekln, vice-president of tho council. Members nro requested by Mrs. K. 1C. Trask. president, to hrliiK needle and thimble so they may assist with work of tho afternoon. LAWSON CIRCULATORS Priced From $7.95 Up Shatter High School Picks New Leaders for Fall Term tn KEENE I-ft US Mlllhc II I'l'lT (li'tcnniiir II. 'P. U. purlu'iiliir rust 1 . survey nnd mathematically •.•npncily nrroH.sary in your Bakersfield Hardware Co. 2015 Chester Phone 2!il LUNCH Served Prom 11 11 in. to .1 :.IU p. in. llcst In (he City 35c Unkenflclu'R Finest Cute St. Francis Cafe 1717 Cliciter Avenue (Alto 30o lo 490 Club tlienMiul) PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC All liiHtrumeuls Reasonable Rates OFFICE: 1512 Nineteenth Phone 1!J98 KKK.NI-:, sc.pi. :;:i.—Miss Richard- sim, Clini-li-s I till nttcj Mrs. f 1 . A. Hill nf nnlicTHflfUl worn I'YIilny ovonlng fnmniH MI iho homo of Mr. nnil Mrs. limn' I|III|HIIII Mrs. Hill IN visiting" ii frnv cliivH with her diuiKhU'r, Mrs. 11 "dm,ii Mr. mid Mrs. rliirom'o Adams, Mrs. KlllH JrnnltiKw nnd Virginia .lomilnKH of Tiilnra wrro Hunnny K'H'Mfi MI ui,. homo of Mr. and Mm. I 1 *. I 1 '. Itruwii. Mrs. Adams and Mrs. JonnliiK" aro ^fl•s. llrown's ststors. Ciilvin ('unroll wns a <ltinior Kunkt Mm Urdu y rvi'iilnjjr at tho homo of Mr. und MI-H. V. F. urown nnd funill.v. Ni-winnn of WoNmi Is vis- his inoihrr, Mrs. Mary Now- mun. for n few dnvs. Mrs. Kuthryn Hlebol and dnufflitfr liorolliy iilii<n<1od tho olrovis In Bali- oi-Hflold l>'rliliiv ovonln«. Mrn .liu-li Diiuriin of llnliorsfloU 1 i-ix'cnilv vliilli'd hor mother. Mrs .Inlin l.li'H. horo. ' I'lMNTI^Il ON ,1011 07 YKAHS ! HALT l.AKW C'lTY, Ho|H. 23. id', r.) - itubori Avoson, 8l>, iilonooi' • I'tiih iirlnlor. IU\H bcon sottlitK typo ; fur l ho Ooiiort Nows, a Salt Lalto. ji'lly iHipor OWIUM! by Iho Mormon ! rhnn'h. slni' QUAFTKll, Sept. Hi).—In D hold at. Hhafter lll«h yosiorday. n\ornl«M's of ul classes cleciod officers for tho coming term. Tho nowly oloolnd class officials will take tholr chairs during the noxt regular moot- IIIKS, Following arc the now offlrors: Htmlor class—.lack Whlto, presl- lent; arofl[ory Alalofy, vloo-prosl- dont; rilohnrd Hot*, soorelnry: howls Edwards, treasurer; Harry Ilorgon, yell leader; Hlmor Amlnrson, L)ouncer. .Tunlor clous—1 Icrbert Nouman. lirosldont: Iioralno tTulfrr, i OnM/ortHan.) president; ISlounor Ilolmer, sccre- tiiry-trouwurer; ISrina Wendlnnd, yell Ion <lor. Sophomore. class—Marvin Neuman. proHldunt; Donald rCllewer, vlco-prpsldont; Loola Klschonman, secretary-treasurer; .Tune Ijachen- muter, social chairman: Jack ITry, yc'll louder; Jjlly Hotn, class reporter. Freshman class—Walter Kiraoh- enmann, president; Kubyo Unnlels, vlce-prosldont: Noritia Neufold, 8e^ rotary-treoHuror; Juanlta Daniels, so clal chairman; Darroll Griffith, yell Iciulor: Hornlo Koop, oergcant-at arms. Darroll Griffith and Tod Ruper spent .Sunday with Leonard Rapcr at Old Ulvor. Guests at tho W. B. Wilson homo on Monday afternoon worn: Mr, nnd Mrs. W. M. Smith of Alpaugh, Gerald Smith ot Los Hills, Bill Smith and . Thomas Dickie of Mountain Grove, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Clnronco Winter of Slinl'lor announce the arrival of a baby daiiRhtor on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Winter and family were former residents ot Rio Bravo. llarlon Whlto and Harold Baldwin spout tho week end at Santa Bur- barn. Mrs. T. M. Martin rocontly motored to Los Angeles on business. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Haag and son Bobby woro Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hussoll Crundal. Tho Misses May Haag, Audrey Fldlur and Nacllnc Krugur, and William J. l-laag called on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hnag and family at Delano on Sundav, Mr. find Mrs. H. Boman and family were recent visitors at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. TUchard Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. P. L, Bcrgon and son Walter recently called on Mr. and Mrs. .T. 11. Bergen and family at Shafter. Tho regular monthly business mooting ot tho local Christian Endeavor will meet Wednesday ovonlng at 7:110 o'clock at tho homo ot Miss Lonoro Smith. Mrs. Hlchard Griffith and son Terry were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.' W. C. Grose on Monday. A. P. Wilson returned to his homo In Long Boach after spending a few days with his aunt, Mrs. W. B. Wilson. Kd Kruger returned homo Sunday after Spending a week deer hunt- Ing. Those who enjoyed a pleasant oul- IHK al Kern River Park on Sunday woro. Mr. and Mrs, Both Baker and children of Olenclalo, Mr. anil Mrs. Archie Qoodulo and daughter Velda 7>o. Mr. find Mrs. Walter Whit* and Children Lora, Krva and Virgil, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Ooodnle and daughter Dorrls, Miss Roba Griffith. Mrs. Mitry AVellman, M:r. and Mrs. Kenn«th Aubrey and Mr. und Mrs. C, IT. White. J. A. Hylton of Follows was a recent dinner Rucst at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilson. The regular monthly meeting of the local homo department will bo held Thursday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. Clyde Zachary at 1:80 o'clock. Miss Dorothy Wilkinson, homo demonstration aprent, will give a demonstration on the buying of canned Roods. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Yuel Smith Saturday evening were Henry Smith and daughter OeorRlna of San Rafael. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rockwell and children of Bakersfiold. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Uussell and children and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith. Miss Georglna .Smith returned to her homo after spending a few days at Yuol Smith homo. Mrs. Walter White called on Mrs. Una L,ee Ferguson at Bakorsflcld Monday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melton East and family were Mr. and Mrs. Joel East of Munzer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bell and children of Shafter and Blalne Merrill of Bale- ersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackson and children. Ernest and Edith motored to Roedloy on Sunday and spent tho day with friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Merrill and daughters, Ruth, .Kathryn Jean and Elolne, returned to their homo on Sunday after spending several weeks on Sugar Loaf mountain. FRUJTVAlX Sept. 23s- .__,.. have been completed for .the first of- the series of card parties lo be held at tho Frultvale School next Frlda.y ' evening, September 26. Any patron of tho school desiring to donate a cake Is asked to telephone Mrs. Robort Booth, 8702-J-4. Those parties at;o for the benefit of the school's welfaro fund and the support of the, community Is desired. Hiram Lee and family have returned from a summer spent In Santa Cruz and San Francisco. Inez nnd Junior aro again enrolled at, Frultvale School. MI-B. William Fulbrlght has.again Injured her arm. About a year ago Mrs. Fulbrlght's arm caught In an electric wringer, causing blood poison and breaking several bones In the wrist. Last week Mrs. FUlbrlght fell, again Injuring the same arm. •• Word has been received of the marriage of Richard Orton to Miss Olive Taber of OJal. Richard is a graduate.of Frultvalo School and has been working at Santa Paula. Samuel Samuels, proprietor of the Frultvale barber shop, fell last week and broke several ribs. He Is confined at the San Joaquln Hospital. Sewing Club Holds Meeting at Mojave MOJAVE, Sept. 23,— Mrs. M. II. McDonough acted as hostess to the members of the Young Matron's Sewing Club at a recent meeting. Tho afternoon was spent In sewing and conversation after which light refreshments were served. Members attending this meeting were: Mesdames R, Anderson of Rosamond, John Banducci, Fattsto Cappello, Bannle Clem, C. J. Barber. Evan Twomey, Clyde Westfall and tho hostess M. H. McDonough all ofv Mojave. Many Hunters Returning From Successful Stalks M cFARLAND, Sept. 23. — Many successful hunters are returning from hunting trips. Others who were not successful In getting a deer had a grand vacation and are anxious to return to their dally routine. Roy Bergen, ono of McFarland's most efficient hunters relurnod from Morrow Meadows bringing with him a three-pointer and a. two-point doer. He was accompanied on tho hunt by h|s cousin, Johnnie Hergen of Strathmore, who was also successful in bagging a two-pointer. D. C. AVlnn and R. O. DeBolt passed 10 days In tho North Fork country enjoying a fine vacation and bringing a 75-pound deer which was tho game of Wlnn. Fred 'Bonkosky and his son Walter enjoyed hunting In the vicinity of Camp Nelson. They brought home a forked horn deer which Mr. Bonkosky had tho pleasure of shooting. Elmer E. Lobro, Jr., accompanied by Merlin S. Ingram and W. L. Ingram, Jr., enjoyed a week's hunting trip at AltuVls In Modoc county. The latter was lucky In bagging a forked- horn door. Ho remained with a party of friends to enjoy hunting until. Saturday. Lobro and M. S. ingram returned Tuesday morning, enjoying a trip via Reno, Carson City, Lake Tahoo and Sacramento. A party of McFarland friends are enjoying a vacation trip and hunt at Westwood. In a letter received from them they state that F. J. Holloway, one of the party faas bagged a fine deer and will return homo Saturday. Others enjoying the vacation include: Mrs. Holloway Earl Sa-wyor. and Mr. and Mrs. COR Instantly Relieved Safely Removed! The Instant you apply Dr. Soholl'a Cash for Old Gold Do Not Sell to Strangers Wickersham Co. Nlnetoenth And "Er«" Street* CHINESE HERBS chronic nllmenti of ill kiiiUn. Male nnd lentnlo troubles. $1.00 PER BOX PEKIN HERB CO. 20 Ym» In Bikenllild 1317 Twenllnth Strofl, Zino-piids, pain uoes. In a ihort time yourcorns lift i l»l>t out. Protect tore toe> with tl>C*e thin, lootliliii, he«llng p«d« *ml you'll itop corni before th*y c«n >t«rtl No othtr method glvM you thli rtninrkuhle triple •ctlon. Ue {.lit* Dr.Bchatl'iZliio-p«dl iro Ht«h color, w»lf rproof, 35|( boi. 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