The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 24, 1936 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 24, 1936
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Pond Affairs of Interest POND. Sept. £4.—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brockm«.n motored to LOH Angeles .Hitlurdny nioriilitff where thoy Attended the funeral urn-vices for Mr, BrOckinan'H grandfather. They were accompanied south by Mr. Brockman's brother Bill and sister Josu- phlno of Jasmine. Merle Poasloy of Mendota visited Saturday at the home of his friends, Herbert, and Robert Allen. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Dyckmnn and Mr. and Mrs. lOrnnst Carlson worn recent evening gueuls In Baknrfflcld. Miss Francos Mcf!urdy was a Bak- erwflold visitor Monday morning. Walter Desdmond of Los AngMefi Btoppfrl hern on his wny home from a short vacation spent In Iho bay cities and was a Sunday overnight guest at tho home of his friend, Donald Russell. W. W. Dekkcr spr-nt several days recently In Santa Monica. He wns nc- companlnd homo by Mrs. Dnkltnr who had been spending several weeks at thfl beach. Mrs. D«kk«>r will spend several days br>ro before returning to Knnta Monica for a lonKor vacation. Mr. anrl Mrs. Tester Barltor nre ontrrlttlnlnK the Inttr-r's sister, Mrs. H. MrPllntock of Colorado. Felix Mendosa arrived hcrti Monday from Brawlny. Sunday Bursts n( UK; home of Mr. and Mrs. llorton Williams woro their rc'ldtlviis, Mr. and Mrs. f'llfton Huff of Nan (a Barbara. Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Bnhrrnan were (ruests Friday ovcnltKr at a birthday dinner Riven In honor of their little KranddaiiRhtor, Nhlrli>y Mao l.Mirant's first, blrthdnv anniversary. Tho table decoration WIIM a, lovely birthday cake hakcil by luir srwndmother. Mrs. nphrmnn. Shirley Mae. received many i?lfl». other jruoHlw u'crn Afr. nnd Mm. Vcr7i I>n rant and son Charlie. Del C'hurch nnd tho hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Hi-nn l>u- rant. Mr. and Mrs. Oirl Urockman. nc companled hv Minn Minnie Mae Illm-lc nnd Carl Hampton, spent I lie wecOi end In T'lmno. Mr. and Mrs. T r r' 4 d Stone and fnm llv are re-cent arrivals In I'ond. Mr. Stonn l» gnrdeiicr for Camp. Wost & Lowe,. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. TToffman of Bakersflold wero Sunday illnner KUests at Iho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. Hamlln. Charles Jones of Tulnro wn« a recent guest nt the homn of his father and moiDnr-ln-liiw. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Heim and also vlsltnd with his little daughter Darlene, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pete Blndsoo motored to HaknrsflPld Monday evening where, they visited with their frlnnd, Mrs. V, 1C. fonibs of McFarland, who Is recuperalliiK from n recont operation In n. llnliersflold hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Russell nnd son Donald n I tended the circus In Hull- cr«fleld ) p rld(iy evening. Mrs. 13. W. Paslay Is spending SPV- rral days In LoilJ tho guest of her Mr, and Mrs. Henry Mnlhews nnd rM 1'eRK.v Jo and Joiinelle nnd son Artyr were Sunday dlnnrr Kiieflts itt thn hoiiH! of Mr. and Mrs, TV. W. Norcd. Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrry Pnrk«r nnd children of Devil's Don wore Hunday Kiie»>lr< nt Iho homo of tho former's parnntM. Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Parker. I''rank Wilkinson returned to his homo In Holllster Saturday after HpendlriK Hoveral days at tho WII- keniion Hun (.:lub. Mr. nnd Mrs. John McDonald re- conllv arrived hnro from Cotnancho, TOXIIN Mr. McDonald l« a cousin of llortnn Wllllnms. Hunday vlsliors at Hi" home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Doarlnger worn Mr. n ml Mrs. Polo Blod.ioe. iind little dniifhler Lorraine. Mrs. Miittlo Cozart IB HjiftiulInK Ibis week Ml the botri" of lior dniinhtcr, Mm. W. I.. liiRi-am. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hills motored to Hnn Fernando Monday afternoon where they will visit with their daiiKhtnr nnd son-ln-lnw, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hevinorc. Thev wern no- eompanled from nnlti-rsflelil by their rlnujrht"r. Mrs <lrni'" I'« Mareo. Mr. PoterHoti of Hiinta Clara wns it recent ifilent nt tile hnmn of Donald HllHSOll. Mr. and Mrs TT. IT. llenn and son Mellon and n m ndda iiKliter l')url<>rie Jones nnd Carl Martin spi-nt Hundav In Hprlnirvll!.'. Mrs. Cnrl Uror-kninn wns n hu»il- tidiiH visitor lii H:ikcrsf|i'ld Mondny morn I iii-Mr. and Mrs. (!eor«c Hoender vooifiit of Pukersflrld were Hundnv dinner mii'sts nt tbn liome of their Him nnd diiuRhlr-r-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behnnnn. Buttonwillow Pair Wed at Residence Mnpt. Z4.--At Iho homo of Mr. nnd .\frn. Curtis Hair on Tuesday evening William Darrol Tracy was nmrrl'sd to Mliia Mfti'K'iret Mario Kino with the Rev- orond Jimoph I), t'ago of BuUonwIl- low reading a double Huff ceromony In tho pi-rneiuiti of a fow relatives, MuHlirr Afloltny Hair w»«i Hng iK-arnr. Mr«. Hthel Daly WIIM hrldns- niald nnd Ceoll Truoy tho groom's brother won tlm groom's attendant. C'urtlH Ilnlr gave tho brldu away. M|HH Kino IM a winter of Mrs. Cur- l.l« I fair and IB from MftrJow, Oklahoma, and Ifl employed In tho Bray Hrhool at Marlow, Oklahoma. 8ho holds a n. H. dngrno from South- (•irMurn Tcarheri' Collego, Durarit, Ottlnhoinn Him IH a mombnr of Alpha Hlgfna Vtho, Linuln, Muglo I'entagon and Y. W. C. A. IH a son of Mr. and Tracy, who haft llvod In thn Buttonwillow IH a gradtiata of tho Union High School Mr. Tracy Mrs. William many years dlMtrlct. Ho Kern County and In tho postmaster at Huttonwll- low.. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy have gone to Muntlngton t.iike In Fresno county, wh<*ro they will upend several days. Thnso wlio attended th« marrtngo worn: Harry IJpckpr, Karl Cooper, Ruth Cooper, Mrs. M. A.. Uowlco, Mrs. A. II. Cooper, Mrs. Kayo J.ioeJjar, Mr. and Mrs. Ounrgo Taylor, Mrs. Kllii.'l Daly, Jon Klmpton, A. B. Ilnlr, Arlhiit H. C'oopor, Curtin Jfiilr, Harry H. Hulr, Joe Klinp- ton, Jr., Mrtt. Xnlrna Coopoi, Klton Cooper, Mrs. William Tracy, Mrs, H. H. Jfalr. Virginia Hair, Mm. Lee Tlalr, Hi-lty I lair, Mtmiti Itaii ford, Wllllnrn Tracy, Agnen He"g»,, C'ooll Tmcy, Tllton Tricy and tho Rev- crt'iid J. IX 1'nK". suiciruc DIKT MTeillTlOU), III., Sept. 54. (U. P.) I'jU'vi-ii ouncoH of nulls, RlnnH, screws. wire and tin Hwallowod with suicidal Intent, wrro taken from tlm Htom- (ir)i of John Baur, Now Douglas farmer. He died. Rosedale Matters of Note ROHISDALM, Sept. 24.--H. M. King of Throe HIvorH in < panning a week hero at tho N. A. home, Mr, King Is Mrs. Bun-age's father. MlwNCH Mynrie and La Velle Froeh- Ileh motored to Buttonwillow on Sunday. Friends of Mr, and Mrs. George Michael, Jr., are congratulating them upon (he arrival of a new «>n into their family, Tho baby, which Is tho second child In the Michael family, was named Wlllard Clyde Michael. Mrs. Wiley O'rtulmm and Mrs, Miners of Bftkerwfleltl called on Mrs. Andrew Hclmforth Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Burrage nnd family recently motored to Pls'mo beach for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. u. L. Klttssen of Wasco (>nUod at tho R. Kruger home on Tuenday. Cnrl Lowls returned homo last week from a 10 days' stay at the Sacramento fair where ho exhibited his sheep. Ha was awarded first, HOC- ond and champion awards on his stock, winning $110. Next weok ho will exhibit them at the Ttilaro fair and later at tho Fresno fair and the stock show In Lou Angeles, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lewis and family wero Miss Dorothy Tfelrnforth of Olldnle, Bob May of Bakorsflold, Leon Eppg, MJs« Ruth LoBOy and Miss Maxlno Losey of Tulnre. Others who called at the Lewis homo In the afternoon wero Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Miller, Gordon McKonxlo of Bakorsfleld and William Haag and Miss May Haag of Rio Bravo. Mrs. Betty May of Bakorsfleld was a Hundav dinner Kueat of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Krause and son, J. C. Krouso. Mrs. Margaret Prlddy, who wo»t 111 laflt week, Is reported to he much better and Is \ip and around aKaln. Mrs. Wnltpr Swoltzcr and Miss Virginia Prlddy of Bakersfleld were Sunday visitors at tho Froehllch ranch. Mrs. Halbort Heath Is 111 at her home. Mrs. Louis Xl«man of East Bakersfield called on Mrs. Arthur llarbaugh on Tuesday. Mrs. Harbaugh returned the vlMlt to the Xlsman homo Tuos- dav cvenlnir. Qulnry Miles' sister, Mrs. Clark MnrweM and two children of Oeoreo- town, T.<a ; . have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Qulncy Mile*) and children for tho past four weeks. They will return to her homo state next weok. Mrs. Peter Feffer of Houston, Texas, Is visiting her sisters, Mrs. N. A. Burrago and Mrs. William Montgomery, and her brothers, John King and Oscar King, here. Mrs. Feffer lias not seen these sisters or brothers for 13 years and a gr«ttl reunion was held Monday avonlng when she arrived, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kratmo will leavn Friday for a few days' vacation In tho south, They plan to visit friends and relative* in Pasadena and Long Beach and also intend to visit tho Pomona fair. Mrs. Arthur Ilarbaugh attended tho county Farm Homo Department committee meeting and potluck luncheon Wednesday at Jastro Park. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burgman of Bakersfleld were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs, N. A. Burrage and family. Mountain View MOUNTAIN VlliJW, Sept. 24.— Mr. and Mrs: C. J. Fuller have ranted and moved Into tho Mountain View . Mr, and Mrs. B. G. Buerklo made u trip to Anaheim and vicinity recently. Mrs. Isaac Upton and sons were week end guests of Mrs. Rebecca Carter and family. Charles Norton killed a buck In tho Balance Rock country Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Floyd and son Oeorgo of Bell were guests on Thursday of Mrs. J. JS. Ponton. They wore en route homo from Oregon. Regan Hart-el Is 111 at his homo. Mrs. Charles Norton and small daughter Janet accompanied Mrs. John Carter and children to their home In Shatter Monday. They will remain until Friday. Tho social held at Mountain View Church recently %vas well attended. Claudn Johnson of the probation office talked to tho young people telling In an entertaining, informal manner of bin work among boya and girls. Fete Is Held for Tehachapi Youth TBHACUAPI, Sept. 24.—Stewart frdlaon celobratod his eleventh birthday Tuesday afternoon wilh a party and wiener roast at the city park. OamfeH were played on Iho lawns and the gift package* Opened then. The wlcnbre Word roasted over the pits (Hid the refreshments served. Mrs. Nelson was assisted in serving by her mother', Mrs. Carrlo Downs. Youngsters present were 'Bobby Leo Smith, Kathryn Olson, Jean INie- Carthy, June Cowan, Hhlrley Hammond, Jackie Edcll, Bllllo and Juoklo Woods, Muriel Roberta, Betty Lou, Margaret and Bobby Nelson, Harry Woatherholt, Dorothy Reams, Melva June Roberts and (H to wart Nelson. *** TEHACHAPI TKHACHAPI, Sept., 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Perry left Monday foi- a week's trip to Los Angeles and vicinity., Arthur Anderson and his mother and Mnn, Margaret Rush and son Al- vln and Miss Margaret Rush of Rosamond visited at tho H. M. Cowan homo Sunday. Mrs. Tom Toder and daughter Ruth have joined Mr. Yoder in Bak- orsfleld where they will reside. Jose Sola was In Log Angeles Sunday and Monday. The Reverend and Mrs. F. O. Wy- alt went to Los Angeles Sunday afternoon for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Farrls were Bakersfleld visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parka and daughter Mona Fdye returned Saturday night from a short stay In Ybsemite. The Ladles' Aid are serving a chicken and noodle Jitney dinner In tho church dining room Friday evening, September 26. E. Dlckerson of tho Meadowbrook Dairy has sent a carload of his milk- Ing Shorthorns to the fair at Pomona. This stock has just returned from tho state fair at Sacramento. Every year the Meadowbrook, stock wins many prizes at tho various fairs over the state. A LIGHT SMOKE LEAVES A CLEAN TASTE A clean taste—a clear throat — what a joy when you wake up In Ihe morningl You'll be thankful that latt evening you chose a light smoke—Lucklei. To feel good after smoking— It's not just the pleasure a fellow gets out of smoking Lucky Strikes.-.. it's feeling good after smoking! Fresh as a daisy. A clean taste in your mouth. And when you start singing in your bath—your voice clear as a bell! That's the great thing about a light smoke. Lucky Strikes—being made from the finest center-leaf tobaccos^— taste good. And because they're a light smoke, you feel good smoking them. And after smoking diem, too! NEWS FLASH! * * "Sweepstakes" bring pleasure to war veterans From a veterans' home in Legion, Texas, a number of entries all In the same handwriting come ia each week. Of course we checked up to make sure that the entries conformed to the rules, and one of the men explained: "M ost of the boys can't get around—but I do and so I fill out their cards for them." We're glad to say that the boys have been pretty good pickers, too. Have you won your delicious Lucky Strikes yet ? Tune In "Your 1 lit Parade" —Wedoesday god Saturday evenings. Compare tht tunes—then try Your Lticky Strike "Sweepstakes." And if you're not already smoking Luckies, buy a pack today and try them, too. Maybe you've •been missing something, You'H appreciate the advantages of Luckies-a Light Smoke of rich, ripe-bodied tobacco. i r K •! •* ' ",* Delano Residents in News f\ K v « OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO - "IT'S TOAStB" DBLANO, Sept. 24,—Lauren Bill- ngs. president of the First National tank, with Mrs. Billings, left on Monday for Han Francisco, where hey will remain until Thursday While Mr. Billings is attending the meetings of. tho American Bankers' Association. Mr. arid Mrs. Ward Rpbertson have njoved to J*resno< where Mr, Robertson has secured Work with the tooscVelt Baking Company. Harold Olson, principal of the ilgh school, attended a meeting at •ixbter on Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zimmerman, iccompanled by their daughters lono and Bevorloy and son Noel of Jucor were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bulpck. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Parker and heir daughter Bcverlfiy of Bakersfield wore recent overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Shlfflet. Mr. dnd Mrs. William Klasucn and heir daughters Eunice and Irma of Vftnco were Sunday dinner guests of .heir daughter and sinter, Mrs. Arthur Blank and family. Andy Mooro of the Sunland Oil (ompfiny Is enjoying a hunting trip of several days in tho mountains with Bakersfleld relatives. Miss Avis Gibson of Alameda spent a week hero as tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Post and' family, and has now gone to tho mountains for a Week before returning to Ala- Tieda. Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Schalwitz and Mr, and Mrs. L. L. Hteyber motored to Long Beach on Sunday and passed the day there on business and pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. William Helnrlchs entertained as their Sunday dinner guests at their country home northwest of town, tho Reverend and Mrs. A. C. Streufert and children of Hanford. Miss, denovlove Hamilton was a northbound passenger on Monday night for Corvallls, Ore., where she will enter tho Oregon Slate Agricultural College for a course in general science. Mrs. Carl Haag entertained informally at dinner on Tuesday night, honoring her grand-nephew, Robert Ernest Hlott, on his second bjrthday anniversary. Covers were laid for Robert Ernest Hlett, Mr. ad Mrs. Robert H., Jr., and their daughter Maryallce, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Iliott, Carletta Haag, Nelson Haag and Mr. and Mrs. Haag. .. '• Mrs, Clarence J. Roupo is substituting ~thfn week at tho Pondham Grammar School, following substitution Work ut tho Cecil Avenue Grammar School for Mrs. P. M. Kyto. Cecil .TOUCH returned to his home horo on Tuesday afternoon from Ornonhorn mountain where ho is employed to attend tho funeral of Phillip Frank McDoVItt which will bo on Thursday morning. Ernest L. Borel, Gui-ve A. Swanson and Ernest Glrard motored to McFarland on Tuesday night to attend to business. Mrs. Lillian Howland of Torranco arrived hero Monday night from Berkeley, whore sho spent tho summer at) the guest of her ulster, and Is tho guoHt of Mr. and Mrn. Samuel T. McCawley for a, visit of several days. Mrs. Howland was custodian of the local branch of the Kern County Library I'or more than 10 years when she made her home here. Mrs. P. M. Kyto has returned from Pnsadena whore slio was called by (he death of her In-other. 73. A'afl. Mrs. Arthur Bulock attended Pioneer day at tho Tulare County Fair on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Newton Bo hay entertained as their Sunday dinner puests, their daughter, Mrs. A. L. Hlckman. Mr. Hibkman and daughter Marilyn of Bakersfleld. Miss Rita Casey of tho high school faculty Is making her. homo again this year with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shlfflet. Howard Dormandy has returned home from a week end hunting trip on Greenhorn mountain. Mr, and Mrs. Arllng Stolnberger and son havo returned home from a Decent vacation trip which took them as far north as Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Appleford entertained aa their week end guests Mr. and-Mm: Stuart M. Nlll and son Steven of Avenal. Mrs. David L.Shifflet was a Tuesday all day business visitor at the county seat. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dorffiandy entertained over the week end Mrs. Dormandy's sister from Dlnuba. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Bdssett returned hom6 Monday afternoon from Los Angeles and Pasadena. They wero accompanied on tho trip by their daughter, Miss Esther Bassett. ' Frank JJoopes motored to Los An- Dfcles on Tuesday morning and spent the day there on business. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. McCawley had as their Sunday dinner guests their daughter, Mrs. Ward Robertson, and Mr. Robertson of Fresno and their daughter. Mrs. Roy Toreson of Sanger. Mrs. Toreson remained for a visit of several days with relatives. 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