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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 29, 1936
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-I ' . * "'m' •1.-. *•--. •', •>-..- '-' -0 --1 •," ' ., -. I"' »,-*.' h 1 V- ' - i. . '1 I -' ^' l-,,'.-lf V •* * • - .' •••: •-- ;;•;: • ; t: i- , 11 . *;*.i -1 --.- m J - - .f I K. _ h - I I . THE BAKERSP1ELD CAtlPORNlAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER J9, EW Entertainment Is adies Aid Journeys oy6d at Lodge j**X »'', .--, /," J •I* K*; -1'J r •i . -4 -.•- '- *. . I «•.*'* ,i L L ' V-- r . , - !-£W. ; > L'. ' ' •t. ^ V •- /.' • J '• ^ -; bH - I 1 V. r .l .c r IP:', .' '• - '• f *' -_*s*i .' t*< .a J- 'V - «-V3(S* - .'£1 t'-'.-i. i" * i ••-i >AV\ (Bpertat to The California*) Sept. 29.—Mr. and Mrs. C. lu Wllkins celebrated llelr silver wedding anniversary rc- cdfttly at tho Grange hall. Over 70 guests were present. A surprise feature of tho evening was a mock wedding, tn N. Knight of Rosedale was gowned as tho bride, Mrs. Myrtle D cab 111 was dressed as tho groom, Mrs. Clark Williams as tho minister, H. M. Jackson as ring bearer. Mrs, Ivy Borgwardt as the bride's weepink mother, Mrs. Milton Heath tho groom's mother, George Borgwardt, Bert Deabill and J. Koffl as tho bridesmaids, Mrs. L. K. Knight and Mrs.. B. H; Jordan as tralnbear- ora, B, H. Jordan a disappointed Bultor and little ISdwin Knifcht of Honolulu tho bride's small brother. F. Morley entertained with a reading, "Tho Old Model T Ford." Songs Featured n. H. Jackson and B. F. Ambrose entertained with several songs. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Wllklns also aang, accompanied by Mrs. Viola Raymond at tho piano. Isabel Alesso played several num.- bem on the piano. Tho members of Rosedale and Buttonwlllow Granges presented the honorecs with a beautiful silver coffee set. , . . ' ' Other Gifts Mr. and Mrs. Slddeal, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Gfibrge Borgwardt, J. Koffl and the Panama Grange presented them with a tablecloth; Mr. and Mrs. Johri Nole of Wasco presented them with a handsome pie set and silver bon bon basket; Mrs. J. C. Olds gave them a silver iet. Albert atidH. G. Sellars furnished music for dancing until a late hour. Delicious refreshments were served. Four generations of tho Wllklns family were present. Mrs. Lulu Jaques, mother of Mrs. WllUlns; Mrs. Viola Raymond, their daughter, and little Ruth ami Sammy Raymond, grandchildren. ws OIL.DALE. Sept.-2fl.-~Recent callers at the homo of Mr- and Mrs. H. S. Knight of 425 North Chester avenue were Mr. and Mrs. C. I*. Martin. C. M. Diederlch, who }\as been 111 for the past three weeks at the Kern General Hospital, Is convalescing at tho family home on Decatur street. Mr. and Mrs. B. I*. Cole were among those who attended the barbecue at Frosler Mountain Park on Sunday. Miss Ruby Claypool of San Francisco will pass tho next two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Millie Claypool. MisB Claypool arrived last Wednesday when she was called here by the death of her father. Mrs. Mao Petty has returned to her homo -at Corona after attending 1 the funeral of her father, James Claypool, who passed away last week. Tho Martha Circle HP* changed their meeting dates to the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Gann of Rlvcrvlew aro tho nroucl parents of a son born last Thursday at a Bakers field maternity home. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Knight of ttiv- ervlew attended tho Old Settlers' Picnic at Rio Bravo last Friday evening. John Black of Grapevine was a local , and Rivet-view visitor last week. Mr. Black formerly lived In this vicinity. Dinner guests at tho home of Mrs. Alta Pearson of Rlvervlew last Friday evening'were Mrs. Virginia Me- AllBter. Miss Edna Anderson. Harry "Warner and Hal Knight. FIHEST SERVICE in U.S.R AMERICA'S FINEST is no idlo i phraae—this f name has been given SanU Fo Trail way a for the many refinements it has brought to bus travel No other travel system can offer all of these features. Roomy, lavatory equipped buses; Luxury Nitecoaches; 3 Fred Harvey meals for $1.00 a day; Harvey Hotel rest stops; linen, pillow and porter service; fast schedules coast to coast, horder to bor4cr; Economy, for example, Chicago $29.50; coordination with the Santa Fe Railway. r GRAND CANYON ROUTE Santa Fe Station, 1904 Fifteenth Street r \ BAKEKSFIELD j r or, any Santa Fo Ha U way Agent _j ' ' *,THE HHTB FE PHILLIPS SCHOOL MUSIC Instrumen Reasonable Rates L \ L OFFICE: ri Nineteenth one 1898 -* » .h f >• • » '*• *.. A - ' -.1;.* j. :*•: •. HERB CO. & ' ^^^W* r^f -.*• mm * i-" i_ L U »V N^^Tif >6w*H fl« Mrs. Mary Schltckelser. Mrs. R. R. Funk and Mrs. T. T. Rhoad of Lemoore, mother and sisters of Mrs. Pearl Apperson. passed SaU"May at the Apperson home. The occasion honored Mrs. Funk and Mrs. Schllc- Reiser on their birthday anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hajrpard and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Preston and family wero recent callers at the home of Mr. and.Mra. John Robertson. Glenn Thomas has returned from a visit with friends at Los Angeles. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Brown and family and Miss Flora Brown were week end motorists to Greenhorn mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Jack VHJoen are amom? our new local residents, moving hero from Lake Tahoe. Air. and Mrs. A. Norman have returned from a vacation passed at Monterey. Miss Alice Norman and several schoolmates motored to the state fair at Sacramento recently where they were models. A recent visitor at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Roacoe Cowan wus th elr son-i n -law. Andrew Paul of Buena Park. WASCO, Sept. fid.—Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burl Flaher, whose marriage was solemnized at the First Christian Church 1 in Bakersfield on August 1C, and who have Just recently returned from an extended wedding trip, tho Waaco chapter of the Rebekah lodge staged a mock wedding, with members of tho organization taking the principle parts. The participants who wero disguised as colored folk Included Miss Valerie Swink aa the bride; C. K. Neff, the bridegroom; Mrs. Roso Kyle, tho mother, who gave her daughter away and Florence Franks (Taft) as the officiating clergyman. Preceding the ceremony Ernest Reynolds, accompanying himself on the guitar grave an Informal program of music and Mrs. Don Brewster presided at the piano and played the wedding march. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher were presented with a chest of linens and a tiered wedding cake, which was served at the supper, .and cut by the bride. Members oC tho district staffs of tho Rebekah order who were present to offer felicitations included Nora Trwin, Zada Hathburn and Leota Barenburg of Fellows; Tillle Maybe and Florence Franks of Taft; Earl Fisher of Coallnga. Mrs, Fisher wan before her marriage, Miss Isabel Hull, who has been a member of tho intermediate school staff for several years. She Is a charter member of the Wasco chapter and has served as an officer of tho lodge. for Big Confab to Tfo WASCO. Sept. 29,—As a result of plans made at tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho Methodist Kpiacopal Church held nt tho home of tho president, Mrs. A. R. Beckon, two carloads of members went to Ytsalla today to attend tho Federated Aid Society meeting of the, district, which la an all-day meeting. Plans were, also discussed for tho homecoming dinner given at tho church Friday evening, for the rummage aalo held Saturday and for the luncheon which the society will servo for tho Woman's Progressive Club on Thursday, October 16, when tho club will bo hostess to all tho clubs of the county. Members of tho aid society who are also mem* bcrs of tho Progressive club will bo excused from helping at tho luncheon, so that they may enjoy tho program and tho luncheon with their guests. Tho society decided to take up the study of missions this winter as last and will have a book to be selected and reviewed at tho meetings by Mrs. C. B. Bewick, Special home missionary work which the society has undertaken is helping the Plaea Children's Home In Los. Angeles. A tetter of gratitude from Miss Elqle Gibson, matron, was Bead by the secretary, Miss Myrtle Booth. Mrs. M, R. Charles was appointed devotional chairman for tho your. Mrs. S. Carlylo Schaeffor led the devotional hour. Doctor Schaeffor, pastor of church, joined the ladles for freshmonts, which werft served Mesdamos A. R. Beckes. A. Beckes and Joe Altrlnger. Those present Included t>r. and Mrs. Schaeffer and Mesdames Ben Starr. H. A. Giddlngs. A. B. Beckes, Joe Alt ringer, Ben Crandall, L. A. Grant, T. R. Smith, M. R. Char)AS, Edwin Booth. Alfred Sessions, C. A. Bewick, R. B. Whitney. Mary Grant, M. M. Bridges, 12. U. ISlmes, Frank Unruh, W. G. McCombs, A. R. Beckes, J. X. Qlllilond, J. Krause. Albert Moran* Henry Schmldz and Miss Myrtle Booth. tho re- by 13. Mojave Youth Is Honored at Fete MOJAVB, Sopt 29.—Honoring the 12th birthday anniversary of her son, Buster Davis, T^tra. Chauncey Davis, assisted by her daughter, Miss Evolyn entertained nt the family homo on M street recently with a birthday party. A two'tler birthday cako beautifully decorated with the harmonizing color scheme or pink nnd green won. the center of attraction. Tehachapi Campf ire Groiii - > Enjoys Affai * M _ " * >** - ?>*3- V y..: u. .1 ^ *.«'.! lV --/X! /-**! r • - *• • J J t?t'/X. v*y* •jMiV* * •.*! i ••» i; •' i' /ffprctol to The California**) r- i »pEHACHAPI, Sept SO.—The Ga•*• tuso group. Camp Fire Girls, en* joyed R "double fun" parly Friday afternoon at the grammar school auditorium. Tho members of the advisory board wero the hosleBsea, gift's "weropresented to^ the honored j assisted by Mrs. Ray Trusty, tho guardian. Kurh Camp Fire Girl Invited another girt eligible for Camp Kiro in order to double their afternoon pleasures. Double deck ico cream icono* were «orvod for refreshments the games. ho girls m charge of tho games were Joan Utnnnacatt. June Cowan, x Tho , participants enjoying the evening of fun wore: Eata She-rrlll, J>ggy Strndul. Unth Ki'nerlrU. lyn Kolley. Evelyn Davis, Ina Batoy, Ornco Xewsorn. Patty Onvis, j Hobby nnd 'Buddy XowBom, Albert j after CappeUo,.Arnold Adduddoll. Tommy' Tlv Fleming. Allan Kclloy, Hny Ton Everplt Do vis and the guest honor, Buster Davis. of Kathloon Olson and Barbara Smith, Tho other members present were Norlne Downs, Dorothy •. — Shirley Hammond, Jean McCarthy; Ksther and Ethel Yates, Muriel Roberts, Ida Jane Beauford, Juventlna Damlan, Marguerite Errecart. Guests were Margaret othy Patch; Melva June Joan Do Groff, Betty Sperling, a both White, La Verne Morehead , and Joyce Fowlos. j Members of the board present j wero Mrs. Douglas Ktngnbury, Mrs, H. R. Meyer, Mra. Anita Cowan. Mrs. A. L. Madding. Assistant Guardian Mrs. Ruby Netileton and Mrs. Malcolm Freeman, former guardian of this group who resigned because of 111 health, were also present. .'r I 1 ws DELANO FELLOWS FELLOWS, Sept. 20.—The i» lows P. T. A. held a lawn party at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williamson to welcome the teachers home. A largo crowd attended the gathering. Mrs. Floyd S. Cooley gave the welcoming speech and R. N. Hatch, principal of the Midway Grammar School, responded. The new teachers were mentioned In particular in the speeches. Delightful refreshments of cake and Ice cream were served to those present by Mes- datnea Lloyd Williamson, Russell Bennett and T. K. Barnes. Mr. and Mm. Joe Scott arc going to Cambria Pines for a couple of days to visit Mrs. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee MacKlnzle and son William, who In in the San Luis Oblspo Hoanltal recuperating from an appendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. A. McDanlel and daughter Helen of Glendale are spending the week end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Filer and children. Mrs. McDanlel Is Mrs. Filer's sister. Ethel Mao Kolarik and Irving Peterson of Fellows attended the wedding of Robert Hanklnn at the Hotel Lebcc Saturday evening. The Men's Forum held their first meeting Friday evening at tho Prea- toyterlan Church. The- had their usual potluck supper'ond made plans for the following year. The meet- Ings are for anyone who would like to attend and the men wish that more would attend than do at the present time. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Baker of Me- Klttrlck have moved to Derby Acres where thev plan to live. Afr. Baker Is employed by tho Associated OH Company at McKlttrlck. Visitors in Fellows for tho week end from BaUersfJeK) aro Mr. nn<l Mrs. A Ivan Moore. They aro visiting With Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hedrlck. and Mr. Moore's aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. John Green. DELANO, Sept. 30.—Olin Rollard of Tehachapi was admitted to tho hospital on Friday night and underwent an operation for minor surgery on Saturday morning. A. S. Cole left on Friday nlcht on tho Owl for Demlng. New Mexico, where ho will spend 10 days buying cattle. Mrs. Frank Seaman, her daughters, Louise. Betty Fern, Phoebe and Gloria Mao and son Larry motored to Viaalla on Saturday and spent the day with their parents, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hubbs. D. L. Koehler, accompanied by his son Tagun. spent Saturday aft- etaoon at Keene with Mrs. Koohler, who is a patient at Stonybrook Sanitarium. Arthur Chllds. of Ducor. was able to leave tho hospital on Friday where he has been for tho pant several weeks recovering from a fall from a load of hay. Childa struck a pi ten ford which pierced the lining of his heart. Mo made a rapid convalescence following an operation. George \V. McCllntiek -was a south-bound passenger on Friday night for Los Angeles \vhero ho spent tho week end on business. Arllng Stclnbcrger hot* resigned his position with a local automobile agency and will pro to Raymond. Wash., where ho has secured a position. Mrs. Stelnberger nnd their three children will remain here for neveral months. Mm. AVesley Collier of McFarlanrt underwent a minor operation on Saturday morning at the local hospital. Georgo Claudlno and Frank Seaman returned on Saturday night from a two-day deer hunt on Greenhorn mountain. Mr. and Mrs. IT. B. TUimscy and their Ron Donald and daughter Dorothy arc enjoying a two-day vacation nt Greenhorn Mountain Park. Tho Reverend Clarence Wagner, Miss Aran Rumeey and Raymond Ramsey motored to Bakcrnfleld on Hunday afternoon to attend a meet- Ing of tho Kern Alliance of ItJpworth League. Miss Jean Dlxon of Bakersfteld npent tho week end hero as tho guest Of friondH, and visited with her father and brother In the Pond district. John Rcep of Alpaugh wa» a Saturday morning business visitor In town. Mrs. David B. Conrad has returned to her homo here after sov- eraJ months In Oakland for medical treatment. Joseph H. Beck, traffic offJcer. spent Sunday afternoon und evening at Taft doing detail duty. RIO BRAVO, Sept. 29'.—Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hoflg of Martinez, who came down to attend the annual old settlers picnic, motored to Rivera Saturday to spend a few days with their son, George Haag and family. Mr. and Mrs.. Wallace Merrill of Monrovia spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs, C. A. rill and family. Mrs. Richard Griffith and MUs Irene Martin of Bakersfleld motored to Keene on Thursday to visit Miss Helen McKinnon who Is in the Keene Sanitarium. Mrs, Ada Bergen and son Walter wore Sunday dinner guests at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Buy- dam. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White spent the week end at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Temple and family at Mountain View. Recent dinner guonts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Collins were Mr. and Mr«. Tom Collins and Stels Hamilton of Khafter; Mr. and Mrs. Clint Collins and family and Marvin Vest field of Bakersficlil; and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brcntfleld of Rosedoln. t Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tlnntf and son Bobby called at the C. B. Yatea homo at Shafter on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 10. BusHetl nnd family motored to Fllmoro on Sunday. J. 13. Haas and daughter Myrtle motored to LOH Angoles and vicinity on Sunday, where they will spend iV dflJ'H. Recent dinner guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Devlin and family were Mr. and Mm. George Mitchell and Mrs. Estello Noel of Rlvervlew; Mr. and Mrs. ISverett Ingram and son Bobby of Marlcopa and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Calder and family. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Boose and daughters of Shafter wore Sunday dinner giieats at tho home of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Kruger and tainlly. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yearout and family of Taft called at tho T. M. Martin home on Sunday evening, Ernest McKinnon of Bakersfleld called at tho home of his sister. Mrs, Richard Griffith, on Sunday. Paul Wilson was a Sunday dinner guest at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Wilson at Shafter. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Martin called on Dick Kckman at Shatter on Sunday. Gerald Martin of I,o»t Hills and Miss Jjola Smith of Mountain Grove. Mo., were Sunday dinner guests at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Wilson. Moran Cox of Oklahoma is visit- his sister Mrs. Ray Pariiuo and f am 1 ly. Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Major and family of Shafter called on Mr. and MTH. Cec'il Warden and family Hun- day afternoon. Miss Maxlno Moore, who IH attending U. C. Ij, A., Hpont the weuk end at the homo of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Moore. • Rex Jamison o£ Woody called at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilson Saturday uveitintf. r J McFARLAND POND 111 BO Phil. Roid and <$> WASCO WASCO, Sept. 29.—Mr. and Mrs. Xale and son James Jr. of Oakland nro the sru^Hts of Mr. Nalo's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Kale. Mr. and Mrs. H, Eastman of Santa Paula have returned to their homo aftor R vl«lt in the home of Mrs. Bertha Pixloy. Albert Cole, who Is on a threo month's furlough from the U. S. navy, l« vtsftfng his parents. Mrs. U. T. Cole. Mrs. Charfrs Bishop and Ron have returned from Bakeraficld, whore they vbdteti In tho homo of he.r parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wlebe. for Severn 1 days. Miss Patricia Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gill, has ac- rrpted a position In the Lankerahlin Hotol in San Francisco. Mies GUI will jiKslHt in the office. Sho will make her home with Mrs. Helen Wadflworth. who formerly lived In Bakers field. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cole had as their house guests recently, their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hott of Burbank. Another gtiest in the Cole home was Mr. Cole's sister. Mrs, Bessie Broc- kuu of- Fillniore. William Ku mm erf old left for Pasadena on Friday where ha will enroll in the Junior clantf of the Bible Institute. He was accompanied south by his father, Louis Hum* merfeld and his sister, Miss Martha. Mr. and Mrs. John Abnaa have o« irueat, Mrs. Abma'fl MJnple Bynum of Oak* " ' • L > wont south on will spend TEHACHAPI TKHAGIIAPJ, Sept. 29.—Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Duck passed tho week end with relatives 1~ Kresno. Mrs. Malcolm Freeman, who has taught the third and fourth grades in tho grammar school for several yeura. huts resigned on account of 1)1 health. Miss Alice Allott of Los An- Keles has been chosen *o fill the vacancy, arriving Monday. Hugh Bees on of Monolith has accepted u position In Bakersfleld, leaving Monday. Mrs. U COB on and tho children will follow in about a uarter« at tl»e * m Mr. and Mm. Herman > T »'Hon left Friday for San Andreas where Mr, N>laon haw taken a position. They wold their property here to Mr. and Mrs. A. U. White of Monolith. Mr. and Mrs. Ilalph McColloch and her Bisters and their daughter**, Mrs. Arthur Shadow and Miss Margaret Shadow and Mrs. IM L. Reams and Mi«« Dorothy rteams. who arc visiting here from Winchester, Tenn., and Mies Jane McColloch passed tho last week in lx>s Angelon and Cuta- lina. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Perkins passed Saturday In Bakersfleld. Their daughter, Mrs, Julius Pietro and her two daughters, who have been stay- Ing with them, moved to Bakcrsfiold Sunday to join Mr. Pietro. who is employed there* Airs. Harry Nelson of Monolith was called to Los Angeles Thursday by illness of a relative. Mr. and Mm, Will Wiggins and Mra. Belle Brite returned FrWay from a week's *tay visiting in Los Angeles and attending the fair at Pomona. '< Mrs. A. R. Keeley and her mother, Mra* Laura Jenkins, are visiting relatives In Richmond. Mr. and Mr«. L. V. Pippen have taken one of the cottages In Almond Court Mr, Pippen U planning to enter business bare, >tr. and Mr«; Bob Nelson and Cam- fly and Mr*. Carrie Bown» dr6v« ^rar . W^kera ^Paf* and. gj« river road t0>$akersried Thuns4ay. McFAHLAND. Sept. 29. — Miss Bcrnloc Lobre, accompanied by MI-H. \VllHam Byrne of McKarland and Mm. Clayton Davis of Delano, \vere shopping and visiting In Los Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrw, L. F. Rohmidtz nnd their son Kurl wore vinltlng in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ifenry Ma- Rorian. Tho gueHtH formerly lived hero and now reside nt Helnm. They were returning from a visit with their daughter at Slml. They called on Mr, and Mrs. Harry lips and Mr. and Mrs, W. J. at Wasco. Mr. and Mrs. Hunse11 Bower children. Mary-Lou and Ronald, have returned from Taft, where they wero guests of relatives and friend*. Miss Marian Hlgginbotham. Kng- Hsh Instructor at tho Fowler High School, stayed tho week end at tho country home of her parents, Mr. and Mra. 13, M* Higirlnhothani. * Mr. and Mrs. William HUchen- homer have for their tmeBts their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson of Burbank. Mrs. J. F. Gultoy returned Friday from Modesto, where «ho visited Mr. Gulley and their son Victor. Mr. and Mrs. Jjawrfenro Tetrault and their daughter Patricia Anne arrived here Thursday night from their home in Anaheim. Mr. To trail It left Friday morning for Washington to see his father, who is ill. Ho expects to return here Thursday. During his absences Mrs. Tetrault and Patricia Anne will be guents of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. IS. L. Calkins of this city. Mrs. Frank Wilkinson of Wanco led on J. A. Green, who Is very ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. B. Hootno, While here Mrs. Wilkinson was a!«o a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest F. Warren. POND. Sept. 20.—Jnok Cook loft recently for Oregon whoro ho will roMiimo his Hludlos ul lh« CorvHl College. Mr. Cook huff been upend ing his HUtnmor vacation with his ! aunt and undo, Mr. and Mrs. Hurt nwi Gvcntnif dinner puostH ut tho homo of Mr. und Mrs. II. 1«, Humlln worn tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jam CM Uiimltn of Alan- carloro. Jiobort lloltfclff of Tularo wn« u business visitor in Pond morn i UK. At a Hppcla] mooting of tho Pond- ham School trustcoH Friday evening. it WHH voted, due to the inorcnwo in attendance, to hlro two now teachers. Anna Bowmnn of Brooklln, 1o\va. i« a guest at the homo of his cousin. Mr*. K, W. Piuley. Mr. and Mrs. M. Ilcndry ninl family, fonncr residents of fond, but who have been living In Oregon tho past six months, returned hero to spend thft winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Hendry have, purchased property in Oregon. Mr. nnd Mrs. ICvnns of Fresno were calling on friends hero Friday ove.nln"-. Mr«. Phyllis Hvann taught the migratory room liens last year. Mr, and Mm. Kvans were returning to their homo after spending several davs In Tyis Angele*. MlHH MarloHn I-udy of Fresno is spending the week end hero with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed tjUdy. She wnji accompanied horn by her aunt and uncto, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Graham and daughter Merle. Mr. and Mrs, 1C \V. Pun la son Wessly and BOH Ward and guest Anna Bowman have returned from it visit in Ix>dl with Mrs. Pan- lay's rlster. Mr. and Mrs. .Tamex Mainlln re* turned to their home in AUmemlero Saturday morning. They wcr«* ar- rompanlod tu their home by their daup-hter. Mrs. Harold Appleford mid son Clarence. Mr. Appleford left on Haturday morning for Washington where ho will enjo severul days Indian* on tho local BtTTTOXWl 1,1,0 W. Sept. 2fl— Bunlness shown an increase in the fact of more employes. Homer HORH of Ran Franclsoo was recently added to T. C. Kemp store. Mr*. Ross end her little son lw visiting in Ban I*uU Oblspo but will join her husband here soon. Mr, and Mrs, Gail HlUhoiiNe went on Friday for a few days' visit with relative* in Oakland. The Women's Union met at the parsonage Thursday. Plans for tho year were made. A chicken dinner l« set for the evening of October'13 at the fian Joaquln club house. The Buttonwlllow Grange No. 608' will with open house hold a booster night meeting September 80. j Mr. and Mrs. W. U Smith with Mr, and Mrs. Herman BUhop went on Monday for a few days* visit i wtih friends in Modesto. • A very enjoyable evening van' spent on Friday, September 25, at the home of Mr, and Mm. Raymon Bright In honor of Mr. ana Mrs. Robert Cruran's twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Games, musio and radio broadcasting ware en-' joyed by the guesU, Delicious re- freshmentu included the wedding cake which Mrs, Herman Bi>boD ' ' PIANOS RENTED. SOLD f For as little as $4,00 per month you may rent a One piano, and arrangements can be made so that if you later decide to buy we will allow you full .credit for the amount of rental paid on the purchase of any piano. Thos« attending w«r*i and MwKJsunes II, B. PanneU, TrouW f 4$0 l*«wl«,jrohn Btthop, Smith, Pet - 'T ',' ^^ffff *: * ^i *•?[• . Mif Muny NEWand Und *• \flr* • *'-' * • -I 4'*f4 '«^V^~> 4 ^f^v^^^^^ r-. IS THE LIGHT your hitd ute correct for reading and study? THE ANSWER to question ow mor portant than ever be- fo Mod ern lif making increasing d mands upon the eyes. BOYS AND GIRLS wh paired row up with im- iion ar« handi- d. Th h start their life work with ood eyes have an enormous advantag THE BEST kind of eye sig ht nsu ce fo your Family available at th price d*s" faf ned I ew co ps. •ctiy THE SAFEGUARD provided by liqhtJ ng wo Id ma Ic dvisable, even at many me* iU present costs. HAPPILY, thanks to modern science, th» cost of correct lighting i* amazingly littl San Joaquin Servi ce SAN JOAQUIN USHT AND POWER CORPORATION • 'i i-' m - L . . F'**V^ '^

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