The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 25, 1936 · Page 17
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p^-pij^r^ • vf>'<< 1 ,-" *.TI:•»-_'«;w,.v «,. ' ~; v 1 "'*^^" ' ' ~'~ |Vf> ; -:' ^ .' ', " , " i' ' ,' ., ',, , . ^ * ^ . . ' • ;>' "7 ;____ __, ' i ' HE BAttERSFIELD CAtlFORNIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1938 COMMUNITY NEWS News From Kernville Area KERNVILLB, Sept. 2B.—Kenneth Jones, assistant ranger at the Isabella ranger station, la now on ' crutches as a result of being kicked on the ankle by a horse. An X-ray examination showed a cracked bone. Ed and Herb LaNice of Loa Angeles left for their southern home on Tuesday morning with venison after having bagged a nice "forked- horn." -, They plan to return later for another hunt. Howard M. Plnson succeeded In getting two five-point bucks during his recent stay with Ardls Walker. Mr. Pinson hunts each year In the Kern river area. He states that deer are fatter this year than he has ever seen them. "Dutch" Ellis and Bob Cochran are among local hunters to bag nice bucks. Mrs. C. B. Pascoe Is busy canning peaches taken from trees which prow In her yard. She is a garden enthusiast and, by combining rock gardening and flower culture, has developed one of the most charming yards In Kernville. Her neighbor, Mrs. J. -R. Bechtel, also is a gardening enthusiast. Tom Aired, genial proprietor of Falrview-on-tho-Kem, was a recent visitor In Kernville. He renorta.thls ' Is to be one of the best packing sea- eons experienced on the upper Kern In years. One of the largest deer to be checked In this year was brought Into the A. O. Suhre store In Isabella recently. It weighed 185 rounds drawn. This huge buck was killed on Greenhorn mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Wllkle Brock of the Isabella ranger station are now at Beech Meadow where Mr. Brock Is arranging for the construction of a public pasture for vacationers, fishermen and hunters. ' Carl Mason of Bodfish is emnloyed as foreman on the fence building proiect cponoored by the federal government between Caldwell creek, and the Fay ranch. Mr. and Mrs, Bev Robinson of the Jesus ranch were recent business callers In Bakersfleld. Ed Marriott of Kernville also visited In Bakersfield recently. The Saturday night dance at Don's Pavilion was attended by a large crowd made up of local residents and people from out oC the valley who enjoy cool mountain nights for their dancing. Work of clearing the ashes from the lot where Cochran's Service Station and Don's Bar recently were burned to the ground has been started. It is reported that the construction of a new building on the lot is now under consideration. Mrs. C. J. Pascoe and Miss Alotha Mortensen. Kernvllle's new teacher, were .Saturday visitors In Bilkers- field. Miss Mortensen is stopping at the Pascoo homo. County Road Foreman Hadley Frazlor. his father, Joe Frazler of Glonnvllle, and Amos Peterson of the South Fork valley returned from a hunting trip to Bull Run Basin with two deer. Hndley Fra- zler's cousin, Mlsn Leona Frazler of Vlsalla, is spending two weeks at the Frazler homo In Kernville. Douglas Hawthorn of Black Gulch was a recent visitor in Isabella. •+*KX.' DELANO DELANO, Sept. 25.—Mrs. Clara • M. Curtis has returned to her home at Southgate after a visit of several weeks here with her daughter, Mrs. Elrlc Walts and family. Four members of the Friendship Luncheon Club motored to Pond on Tuesday and attended a meeting held at the home of Mrs. Loyd Hamlln, west of Pond. Those going were Mesdames L. D. Stafford, Neal Woodward, Fannie Klbbe and Minnie D. Smith. Robert H. Hiett, Jr., accompanied «by his daughter Maryolice woro . Tuesday business visitors at the county seat. The Reverend Clarence Wogner nnd Mrs. Wagner returned home on Wednesday from a two-day business trip in Los Angeles and vicinity. While they were away their daugh- • ter Joyce was a gueat of Mr. and »Mrs. J. M. Hayden. Jr.. their «on Marsden was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bays at their ranch and their daughter Lois was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Smith. Edward M. Smith and his son Leon motored to Hanford Wednesday and spent the day there on business, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Davidson aro entertaining as their house guests^at their country homo northwest of town. Mrs. Davidson's cousin, Mrs. D. Tuttle and Mr. Tuttle of Wayne, Mich. Mrs. Roy Toreson'has returned to her home at Sanger after a visit of several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. McCawley. Mrs. Lillian Howland of Torrance has gone to Vlsalla for a visit of several days after a visit here with friends. Mrs. Samuel T. McCawley motored to Fresno on Thursday to spend two days with her daughter, Mrs. Ward Robertson and Mr. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. William I. Allen motored to Bakersfleld on Monday to , transact business. Two babies were born on Monday, September 21, at tho hospital. They were a 7-pound baby daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Schadlo and a 7-pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. Jules Glrard, Jr.: both mothers and children are doing nicely. POND POND, Sept. 26.—Miss Rhoda Widmer, Kern county physical education supervisor, visited tho Pondham Union Grammar School Tuesday. Miss Helen Knott of Bakersfleld was a business visitor In Pond Tuesday morning. • Mr. and airs. James Hamlln of Atiuicadero slopped in Pond Tuesday evening before continuing on to Dolano, where they will bo the guests of their daughter and aon-ln-law, Mr. , and Mrs. Harold Appleford. ~ Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hamlln were •guasts Wednesday evening of the Delano High School faculty at a steak bake held at Mooney's grove. Miss Flossie Hoffman and Miss Betty Hamlln were Monday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hoffman In Bakorsfleld. Miss Hoffman attended the primary teachers' meeting Monday afternoon at the Bakersfleld High School. E. C. Cozart, accompanied by B. Hampton, Roy Neighbors of McFarland and Ernest Cobb of Delano, returned from a recent vacation snent In the mountains hunting and fish- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Canup were Sunday, evening guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bledsoe. , R. H. Wllkenson returned to his ' homo In Los Angeles Sunday after upending the week end at his game farm here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hills and son Fred, Jr., of Bakersfleld, accompa- • nled by some friends from Hunt* Ington Park, were Sunday dinner guesta at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Hills. Henry Brown, a former resident of Pond district but now of Fresno, was In Pond Sunday evening. Button willow BUTTONWILLOW. Sept. 25.—H. t H. Oliver, from Okmulgee. Okla.. a cousin of Mrs. Leo Hair, whom . she had not 8«en for 30 years, made Mr. and Mrs. Hair a visit 0 this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hudson from Hollywood, with their three children visited with Mr. and Mm. Lee Hair , last Monday. Barbara Thomson went on a swimming party and while playing by the pool she (ell against an edge of concrete and received a severe cut" on her l«g, no that she haa been confined to her bed several day* and Is now on crutches. . The Women 1 * Union of the Baptist Church will mwt at the parsonage Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mlee Mary »»a»e to wending *»v- eral days feJakerafleld wit!? he*, •later. MJor^enFace •• • i MAGUNDEN Will Endorse Plan to Pave Tehachapi Highway in Letter to Body (Special to The Caltfornlon) AVASCO, Sept. 25.—New members were taken into the Wosco Exchange Club at their meeting Wednesday at luncheon at Wolfs. Twelve new members have been added to the roster. ..Tho Wasco Exchange Club endorsed tho plan to make request of tho California State Highway Commission at Sacramento to pave the 18 miles of highway out of Tehachapi. Local civic work needed done and Indorsed, for a request of tho county supervisors, is to have tho parking spaces on the main streets elarged In Wasco and a request to make It a county ordinance to prohibit trucks doublo parking on main streets to unload their wares. There were 24 present for the Exchange Club meeting, several visitors and out-of-town business men being present, including Herbert Sears of Bakersfield; II. F. McNally of Fresno, who Is agent for tho Santa Fe; H. Laskoy of Delano and 13. Meyers from Bank of America at Fresno. Tho now members present were Everett Burkett, Don Palmer, Albert Moveslan, Fred Scofleld, Walter Parks, N. F. Mitchell and John Kile- wer. Allan Johnston presided at tho meeting. MAGUNDEN, Sept. 25.—Mr. and Mrs. Orvillo Estea and son Norman motored to Sequoia Sunday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Estes, who are vacationing there. Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Burgess and sons, Richard and Gerald, and Mrs. J. C. Froyer were dinner guests on Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burgess, tho occasion being Mrs, R. W. Burgess' birthday anniversary. Mrs. Charles Lytlo was qulto 111 last week but is much better now. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rankln have returned from a trip to Boulder Dam and Mexico. They were overnight guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. John Cross. Cotton picking in the community is now well under way, a number of growers having begun Monday with large crews. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Cross and family were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Cross. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boultman were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Moses. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lewis have moved into their new six-room home recently completed at Edison. Z. P. Moses, M. C. King. Homer. Otto and Lyman King 1 have returned from a hunting trip In tho vicinity of Redding. Mrs. M. J. Chctwood Is staying with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Cross. : Bill Moses enjoyed dinner at the St. Francis cafe with other members of Karpe's ball team. Mr. and Mrs. R. s. Flllmoro visited last week wlfh Mr. -and Mrs. Delbert McComba and family of Walnut creek. Willis Madscn and Julias Park'-r passed the week end on Greenhorn. Mojave Townsend Club Holds Meet MOJAVE, Sept. 25. — Mrs. Ray Snow entertained the members of the Mojave Townsend Club at her home on J street on Tuesday evening. Olenard Q. Tucker, president of the club, presided. Regular routine buHlness was transacted. Severn! members nro planning to attend the Townsend Club barbecue to be given at Kern River Park in Bakersfleld on Sunday, October 11. H. E. Stubbs will bo tho principal speaker. Others who will deliver addresses are E. J. Margett and David Goldberg. Mrs. Snow served refreshments at the close of the evening. News Today FromOildale OILDALE, Sept. 25,—Mr. and Mrs. F. I* Van Slyke nro on a doer hunting trip at Cnmp Nelson. Lacy Manus and his won Lacy Mamts. Jr., have returned with a lariro door. Mrs. Sarah David nan purchased a lot on Warren street In Ulvervlew und is building n homo. Mr. und Mrs. R. L. Farrell of Snc- rnmcnto are the parents of a baby daughter born September IS. Mrs. Farrell will be remembered as tho former Mlsa Alma David, daughter of Mrs. Sarah David of Washington street. Mrs. F. 13. Bntdes of 411 Decatur street Is recovering from a tonsllec- tomy performed Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cokor nnd son of San DleR-o arc visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Coker and family of the oil fields. Tho Max Coker family plan to Hcttlo hero. A Tuesday visitor at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Kusscll Fitch nnd family of Rlvervlew was Mrs. Flu-h's aunt, Mrs. Stella Mitchell of Beverly Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCoy of Rlv- ervlew have returned from a tour of several states, including Iowa nnd Illinois. Tho Loyal Women's Sunday school class of the local Community'Church are sponsoring a food sale at C5ann & Ross store on Sat unlay. W. 1C. Strolcy, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia at Mercy Hospital, is recovering. J. C. Watlenbargor Is building a homo on Woodrow street. Mrs. W. McLean of Highland Park passed Wednesday with Mrs. ». t,. Russell. Mrs. R. Keesee and her infant son have returned to their homo from a local hospttiil. .Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Hughes are the piirents of a baby girl born Monday at a local maternity home. This Is tho third girl in the Hughes household. S. O. Ensthousn. who has Iwen 111 for tho pnst several months, has returned to tho Good Samaritan Hospital at Los Angeled fnr treatment. Mr. and Mrs. W, MoreheJul and family have rented their homo on Deeatur street and hnvo moved to a homo In the oil fields which they recently purchased, Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Spurgeon and their daughter, Mrs, P. C. Wllker- Ron, left Wednesday morning for Pomonn to visit with Mr. Spurgeon'* sister, Airs. R. 11. Popplowell. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stevenson of Bakersfleld announce the birth of a son lit ICorn General Hospital on Wednesday morning. Mrs. Stevenson Is the former Miss Alia Ashworth, loo»l Klrl and daughter of Mr. und Mrs. J. D. Ashworth of D«>i cntur street. ELECT GIRL 10 OF STAFF McFarland Personal Notes Items of Note in Wasco WASCO, Sept. 1!G.—Mrs. Dan Marshall and daughter Miss Wanda, who havo boon the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan \Vedel, huvn returned to t.lM«lr homo In Anaheim. Mrs. Lorono Robertson anil tho Misses Medoni Combs nnd Frances Shields of Uakersflpld wore luncheon guests of Mrs. L. 11. White, on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Whltley nnd children, Morroll and Allno Joy, nnd Mrs. T. I. Iluhlmrd of Pasadena aro oxnected on Friday to spend the week end with Reverend nnd Mrs. G. F. Webb. On Saturday Roverond and Mrs. Wobb will Uike their guests to Sequoia National Park for the day. Gordon Bennett IH at homo from the hospital where ho was operated upon for appendicitis. Mrs. Klovor will entertain mem- bors of tbo llnmo Economics Department of tho Wasco Grango on Tuesday, Octobers. Mrs. A. 10. Klassen. chairman of the department, announces u rummage sale of October 3 uiul 10. at the Orange hull. Mr. and Mrs. A. 13. Klusften were hosts to members of tho Royul Neighbors of Wasco Friday evening at a potluck supper at their ranch home. Among those present worn Messrs. anil Meodames Karl Pltxor, Milt Dieter, .1. W. Anderson, C. It. Kennoxiy. Frank Trogdon. A. E. Klassen: Mondames Tom Hrown. 8. M. Mitchell. Viola Fiinnln, Anna Quiring; Joe Anderson and tho following children. Louise, Richard and Betty Plt/.oi-. Dorothy Fannln, Mildred Quiring, Roger Kennedy. Jr., Franklo Trogdon. AHhca and l^eroy Cook, children of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Cook, who were badly Injured when thrown from a horse on which they were riding on their' father's ranch, aro recovering nkt-ly at their homo. Membprs of tho arts and crnfts section of the. Woman's Progressive Club met at tho homo of Mrs. Thomas Faulkner Tuesday afternoon to work on articles for the country fair which tho club will sponsor on October 2:t n ml 24 at the Legion hull. Phyllis Whisler Will Lend Library Staff for New School Semester McFARLAND, Sept. 25.—Phyllis Whlsle.r, junior student at tho high school, was elected president of the Library Staff at the first meeting of tho year held Wednesday at the school. Other officers who will assist her Include Marjorle Warren, vice-president, and Jackie, Comb*, secretary-treasurer. Miss Mario C. Lourenzo. faculty member at tho school and adviser of the group, was present and assisted with plans for the yonr. A program committee will bo appointed soon to plan the social activities of the club for this semester. Four of tho library staff will bo ullRlblu to reoflvn a library sen-ice pin at tho end of tho year. Tho pin consists of three miniature books engraved with the letters M. H. S. and a guard with the number of tho graduating year of tho students. Thoso who will bo eligible for tho pins Include 1,01111 Alexander, Alleo Holloway, Phyllis Whtalor and Jane Marshall. Members of the library staff have been busily engaged nt their work In tho library for tho past wtMik. Those who 1mv« HigiuM for library service aro Alleo Holloway, Jackie Combs, Oemldlno Garrott, Phyllis Whisler, Lena Alexander, Charlotte Hoot, lOdyth Kurts, llar.cl Pnlne, Vivian Hubbiml, Evelyn Waller. Lora Hello Horn, Loretta Horn, Hazel Hnr^n. Ruby Dalby, Mildred Lo, Kathleen Long, Marjorln Warren, Leila Buckingham and Jane Marshall. Luncheon Club in Meet atJPond Home POND, Sept. 2B.—Tho Friendship Luncheon Club hold Its semi-monthly meeting nt tho home of Mrs. H. L. Ilinnlln In Pond. A covered dish menu was enjoyed. Xlnnlns were usoil for tnblo and house decorations. Tho afternoon was spent In conver- nation and bridge Guest of the club was Mrs. H. L. Allen. Members. MI-H. Fanny Klbbe, MI-H. Minnie Smith, Mrs. Neal Woodward. Mrs. Annie, Stafford, Mrs. Joo Wblto and the . Mrs. H. 1.. Ilitnilln, McFARLAND, Sept. 26,—Betty and Audrey Brlensfield, who are attending a Catholic school at Sausa- llto, aro enjoying their school life, according to their mother. Mrs. j Floyd Ingram, who visited with thvin recently. j •Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. i Edith Smith Included her mother- in-law. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, and Runnel Montgomery of Hnnford. ' MlHs Manoia Ingram will leave on Sunday for 1'asndena to attend tho Pasadena HlbU> College. She will bo Accompanied south by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. L. Ingram. Hr., who will return early next we*>k lifter seeing her settled in the southern city. R. M. Hlgglnbotham, district superintendent of the local grammar school, with Mrs. Hlgglnbotham. attended a principals' meeting In Bak- crsfleld Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Flnley returned homo Sunday night after passing th« week end as guests of tho lotter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harris, at tht-lr Tularo homo. Mrs. J. E. Itolllngaworth, accompanied by Mrs. U. Kern and her house guest. Mrs. Minnie Harsh, left today for Santa Monica to enjov a few days of vacation. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. NVher returned to their homo in l<a Verne after dividing their tlmo over thn week end visit Ing in tho homos of their daughters. Mrs. 1C. \V, Root and Mrs. D. L. Whisler. iiiifNin In tho country homo of Mr. nd Mrs. C. 11. Moomnw from Saturday until Mnmlnv Included Mr*. Moomiuv's mother, brother anil nephew. Mrs. S. A. Harvey, Lloyd Garvey and Don-ell Sonsenbaugh, all of Empire. Miss Vivian Steward passed Sun- rtiiv as the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Sum Maust nt Data no. Mrs. IX Hillings of Los Angeles Is visiting for u tlmo In thn California avenuo homo of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Billing*. Claroncn Bowman, accompanied by his father. D. C. Bowman have returned from u business trip to Los Angeles. Clayton Steward, local truckman, ncnlsted by Wilbur Hylton. nro hauling cottonseed to tho Los Angeles market. Thov will make five or six trips a week during tho season. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steward and their son, Harold Gene, passed Sunday lit Fresno attending a family reunion, which honored tho birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Steward nnil her twin clutor, Mrs. C. H. Hylton and their nephew. Uarl Uowors. Floyd lngnun visited over the weoli enil with his sons, Junior nnd T. C., who are attending n Catholic , school at Wiitsonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Holllngsrworth received a telegram telling of the death of the latter's brother, John Hoffman, 68. No explanation waa given of the cause of his death. His homo was in Dillon, but he died at a hospital In Butte, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. William Davte of Wulterla. Calif., were overnight guests of the latte.r's cousins. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Vaughan. The truest* were returning from a vacation at Yosemlte A. S. Morley of Los Angeles, who IB making his home at the 8am Kruger country homo for the next few months, and who la an expert checker player, hnd the misfortune to have a valuable watch stolen while watching a parade In Delano recently. tdus Lesiiley. Jr.. Is recovering nicely at a Btikernfield hospital from an appendectomy preformed Friday. Hta wife is remaining In Bakersfleld as the guest of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Euirene Pimpell. Mr. and Mrs. Idus Lessley, Sr.. parents of the young man were at tho hospital with him Krld»v. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Petcrsen, parents of Mrs. I^ssley, Jr.. were visiting with him Friday night. GLENNVILLE » * GLKN'XVILLK. Sept. 26.—W. A. lAvors left on Monday to spend several days In Woodlake on business. Mr. and Mrs. George Cook and son Lester spent Sunday evening in Bak- (•rsfleld attending a show before their return homo hero. Lfo. Stinkard, employe of Road's End, above Falrvlew. visited friends In this vicinity Tuesday on his way to llakersflold. Fletcher Dahney of Kettleman Hills IIBB b«>n the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Woods, deer hunting. Mrs. Penrl Olds and daughter Wanda worp dinner guests of Mrs. Evn Orisccinlo of Granite Station on Tuesday. L. R. Stephens of Linns Valley anrt Andy Sllva were business visitors In Bakersfleld recently. Bill Zelner, formerly employed at the R. R Masters ranch, has left to spend tho winter months at the J. C. Rutledgo ranch abovo Glenn- vllle. Hurry Gatwwood has returned to Gl«nnvlllo, where he In employed for th« state. While here he Is staying ot tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nowman. Mrs. Delia Williams and Mrs. Nora Newman wore Bakersflold visitors Monday. ARVIN ARVIN, Sept. 26.—Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Yaussy returned Wednesday from a 10-days' trip to the south. On their way south, they delivered their nieces, Misses Virginia and Eleanor Krauter, to their school at Santa Barbara. Mrs. Yaussy attended tho state conference board meeting of the Federation of Congregational Women. They also attended tho Pomona fair. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knowlos entertained recently with a dinner party served on the lawn nt their home In Arvln. The guosts Included Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Tlpton, Dr. and Mrs. J. Salisbury, Dr, and Mrs. T. L. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simonson, Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson. Mr. and Mrs, Max Nowman and sons ajid Miss Harriet Mills. George Newark of Fresno Is visiting this week with his brother. Al Newark. A party of successful deer hunters returned the last of tho week from the Mount Whitney region. Members of the party Included A. I. Tucker, M. F. Permenter. Ned Barlow and Lee Herring. They aluo reported plenty of good trout fishing. Mrs. Harold Portman spent last week visiting with friends and relatives In Berkeley. Miss Letha Haustian Is again able to bo about after a week's confinement to her bed with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. duln Stuart had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krauter, Bradford Krauler and Philip Krauter. Tho occasion marked the wedding nnnl- vernaries of both Mr. and Mrs. Krauter and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart. A matinee In Bakerafleld was also a part of the celebration. Reverend and Mrs. Chapman of Taft are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Cheever this week. Reverend Chapman Is a former minister of the Congregational Church In Arvln. *« » RICHGROVE RICHOROVE, Sept. 25.—Hugh P. Burum has returned to his homo northwest of town from a five weeks' trip which took him to his old home In Tennessee and to Detroit, Mich., where he purchased a car and drove it back. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Fontresu entertained as their Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kyle of Delano. Howard 8. Miller motored to Delano on Tuesday to transact business and<call upon friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Coddlngton of Delano were visitors at the pack* tng house of the Rlchgrov*-Ja*mlno Cltru» Association on Tuesday night. Mr.,and Mr*. Hugh P. Burum are entertaining as their guest Mr*. Bu- ruroX cousin, Mr«. John Cro»n of Clinton, Tenn, Accompanied by Mw. Crowj and their son WWJam.*'Mr. and Mrs. Burum mglored to th» top or Greenhorn mountain on Tuesday rooming, ' ' , IMPOBTED PILSNER ' m WORLD MAJ EVER TASTED IMPORTED PIL5NEF 4 BOTTLES (OR 3 CANS) FREE IF YQ U DON'T AGREE **•***£ W HAT) An American brew that matches the imported? Sound* too good to be »o. 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