The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 24, 1936 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 24, 1936
Page 7
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#:f^%?f^7^^ •"""sv'.'r , >.' ,;,o¥^7'V ,-,i 'sm-'y • THE BAkflftSMfiU) CALtPORNlAN, COMMUNITY NEW V""J|.T 5 1T<V.* Vacation Journey Eitjoyed_by Pair McFARLAND, Sept. 24.—F. W. Dickinson, manager of the King IiUtnbor Company, with Mrs. lilckln- ^•pn, returned Saturday night from a three tt-eoksV vacation trip passed visiting;: their sph and daughter-in- law, Mi 4 , and Mrs. U R. Dickinson, and family at "Wichita and at their former home at Mulvane, Kan. They passed most of tho time visiting In Kansas, but enjoyed stopping over at several Interesting places en route there and on their return home. Kansas has experienced Us dryest year of many seasons, according to Mr., and Mrs. Dickinson, who stat& that the western portion of the stato la recovering slowly, but the entire state has suffered from the drought. When they left Mulvane a cold rain was In progress and at Klngman, Ariz., the weather was very hot. . . -, '-»« » .--.. IDAHO LACKS HOUSES BOISE, Idaho, Sept. 24. (U. P.V—A house shortage threatens to cost Idaho a considerable prospective Increase In population, L. F. Parsons, secretary of Idaho State Chamber of Commerce warns. Glennville District Hems f QtHNNVlLLB, Sept, 1!4.—Baknrs- fleld hunters who enjoyed this opening of the nea»on In this vicinity were: Ernest'Johns. 1^. C. Isaacs. G. 13, Hartley. Robert Hoyden, Paul Moore, 3. A. Heed. Alfred Alexander and Oeorgo Bewick. Week end quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Likely were Mr. and Mrs. Merrll Caldwell and son Charles of Bakersflold. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clark and son Richard; Jr., of WhlUlor. College and high school students spending tho week end At their homes here were Elsie, KSUpren* and Harold CantJebfcrry. Mary and Leroy Martin, Mario Rook, Mabel and Howard Maddux. . Dr. Arthur .T. Pricstor, Mrs. Hazel Saddon and Miss Helen Pyde of Lindsay spent the week end as the guest of T, s. irugitt. Bill Oeraori. Harold , Chappelle, Miss Francis Shea and Marino Cornell spent Saturday at Llnrts Valley. Mr. and Mrs, Vern Herrlngton and daughter Ktta May spent the week end at Bodflsh as the guests of Mr. Harrington's parents. Their son Duano returned homo after spending several weeks as the guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herrington. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Martin motored to Woody recently, spending the dav at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. .llm Rutledgc. Mrs. Rutlpdge returned home to spend the week end with her daughter, Mrs. Martin, Bakersfield visitors from this vicinity Monday were Mrs. Pearl Olds, Mrs. Nona Williams. Mrs. Bettlo Moore, .Mrs, Allco Mulling and Mrs, Delia Williams and sons. Mr. and Mrs. ot-rfn Olds and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .T. F. Williams nt Granite. - James Russet of tlw Kern River fields was a recent guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.sL. Pascoc. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peterson and sons Rex and Robert of TnCt were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loo PflBooe. In the afternoon they motored to the home bf Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wessel at Whlto River. Visitors at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Dunlap were C. T. Carver and sons of Delano, Ernest Keller and Ray Green. ; • ' '+** SPORTS INTEREST RISHS" ST. LOUIS, Sept. 24. (U. P.>—Increase of Interest In sports "Is reflected by the fact that sporting goods sales have more than doubled In the last four years, according to the Sporting Goods Dealer, St. Louis business magazine of the Industry. Women Guests at Tehachapi Home TEW A CH API, Sept 84,—Mrs. Paul Olddlngs entertained Saturday with a luncheon followed by brldffo. First tJrlzo was won by Mrs, Qeno Hlcka, BDCond by Mrs. O. S. Imhot, and traveling prize by Mrs. Parker Siddens. The other guents were Mrs. S. V. Mathews, Mr«. Earl Phclps, Mrs. C. R. Meyer, Mrs. Herman Nelson, Mrs. Bill Marx, Mrs. O. A, Kainey, Mrs. Ray Trusty and Mra. Hal Oriffis. Frontier Days to Be Theme of Fete OILDAW3, Sept. 24.—The Christian Endeavor of tho local Community Church will have a Frontier Days party at the church Friday evening;. A program is planned and refreshments will be served. Kvoryono Is requested to come In costume. A food sale will be held at Oann & Ross store Saturday, sponsored by tho .Loyal Women's Sunday school class. THtJRSpAt, SEMfiMBEtt 24,1888 ExeftUlor 8YPHON WATER Leadership Values Arrdw- Head.... Full quart! 2 for 25c; plus bottle deposit Inexpensive, yet better! Pint Glycerine ROSE WATER 2-ot.— Fre»h Spirits CAMPHOR Thtirsday, Friday, Saturday 1400 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfield 9 Be Site — Aromatic CA8CARA —- ... Large Tre Jur Shop With "the Leaders Owl Leads— in Qualityl in Service! in Pricel lib. Flavored Soda PERBORATE Pint Fresh LIME WATER Gardenia Talo « Fragrant, soothing, delightful. Dressed-Up Cowboys.. 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