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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 30, 1936
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^ * ' Residents in News DffiLANO, Sept 80.—Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hicks OH Mill Valley spent ff-the week end here as guests of Mr. and Mr*. Homer- A. Bower and Mrs. Stuart Warren, They were on their way to southern California to spend their vacation. Mrs. Curtis Hoover enjoyed Sunday afternoon at Bakersfleld and was accompanied by friends. Mesdames John M. Haberfolde, Arthur Faylo and daughter, Jean, and David L. Shlfflet were Saturday visitors at the County seat. Zach Squires has returned to Glendale after a recent brief visit here with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Noah L. Squires. Mrs. G. M. Sadler of Plxley was a Monday afternoon shopper • in town. Leslie Adams and his son, Carlylo, spent Friday at Shaver Lako. Mrs. Dale Kahler has returned to her'home after several days in the hospital following a tooth extraction. . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blank/Mrs. Raymond Rlnokhoff and James Thurman spent Sunday night at wasco at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. 'Dale Klassen. Mr. Klaaaen Is a brother to Mrs. Blank. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Freela motored to Auberry on Sunday and spent the day there on business. Mrs. E. L, Borel and daughter, Weltha. attended tho Tularo County. Pair on Saturday, when Weltha played In the band from tho grammar and high schools of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown and Mr, and Mrs. Al Bantamauro and daughter, Elizabeth spent Sunday at Shaver Lake. ' Tho Reverend Clarence Wagner and Mosdames E. M. Smith, Ben C. Shearer and John Hall, attended tho monthly meeting of tho Fresno- Glondale district of Methodist churches, and the'meeting of the Federated Ladles Aid Society which •was held at Vlsalla on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hictt, Sr., are enjoying a visit in Van Nuys with their daughter, Mrs. Mabel Atkinson and family, and at Azusa, where they are looking 1 after property Interests. Mrs. Helen Houclc spent Saturday at Tularo visiting with her mother, Mrs. Georgo Brunner, who has been ill for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Adams and their daughter, Zoe and son, Carlyle, and their house guest, Mrs. David Beaty of Jerseyvillo, Illinois, spent the week end at Plsmo Beach and Santa Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong and their daughter, Ruth, havo returned to Flllmoro after a visit with their daughter and sister, lire. Vaughan Squires and Mr. Squires, Mrs. Ida Frymlre has arrived In California from Loulsx'lllo, Kentucky, and will spend tho winter with her aon ( Lock Frymlro and family. Frank Hoopes motored to San Francisco on Monday and will spend several days there on business. Mrs. Fred Lopteln, her daughters, Velma and Illene, and Mrs. Raymond Rlnckhoff spent Thursday at the Tulare County Fair. -Mrs. Robert H. Htott, Jr., was pleasantly surprised on Friday night when relatives woro guests at her homo In celebration of her birthday anniversary. Enjoying an Informal dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Hlett and their daughter, Maryallce, and son. Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haag and their daughter, Carlotta, and son, Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hlett. i Tho Reverend William Adams of Chicago Park, will be the guest speaker at tho annual Mission Festival of 551on* Lutheran Church which will bo held here on Sunday with services In tho morning and afternoon. The Reverend Mr. Adams is ,a former pastor of the local church. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Billings have returned from a four-day business and pleasure trip to San Francisco. Highland Park News Notes HIGHLAND PARK, Sept. 30.— Mr. and Mrs. D. Waters and Mrs. waters' brother Jlmmio Rudometkln of Los Angeles spent Sunday at tho home of Mrs. Waters' sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam Whiting. • Mrs. Herman Smith and daughter visited relatives in Fresno lost week. Mrs. Gordon Brite and children of Tehaohapi aro staying at the home of Mrs. Brlte's sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jasper, •while Mr. Brlte is in Mercy Hospital •where he has been seriously ill for Bomo time. Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Athens drove to Los Angeles where they spent the week end, \ , • Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Miller and three children drove to Glondale over the week end where they attended a family reunion in honor of tho birthday of Mr. Miller's father. They also visited relatives at Long Beach and Compton. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson of El Paso, Texas, spent a few days lust week at tho homo of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bdrkor. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Perkins and family visited friends at Taft on Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walters and 'their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Filkell, are now living at 314 Highland Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Walters recently returned from a four months' motor trip which took them as far as Washington, D. C., and Philadelphia, where they 'attended the Democratic national convention. They also drove to Tampa. Fla., and returned by way of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Can von. Miss Dorothy Whiting accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. Marble and daughter Bernlco Sunday on a trip to Taft. Mrs. William Ottensleln of Cheyenne, Wyo., spent lost Week at the homo of her sister fid brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Baxter. Mrs. OttenBtcln mado the trip over the United Air Lines. Mrs. B. H. Sherman of Hollywood was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wallace of Avenal spent Wednesday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ICroy- enhagen. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson havo moved from 23D Highland Drive to Green Acres. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Doano and daughter Lorraine spent the week end at Garden Grove. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. J. Weir, Miss Petersen and Miss Simpson wore dinner guests oC Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kroyenhagen Friday evening In honor of the birthday of Mr. Kreyenhngen. Miss Jean Poteete of Beardsley spent Sunday with Miss Ruth Lane. Mrs, Warren Bertkenw nnd daughter Mary Jo of Fresno wore recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Baxter. F. T, Faust has started a house at 211 Ray street. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Smith of East Bakersfleld were Sunday visitors of Mr. und Mrs. Bertis Lane. 4 • • IIANDV RIVKK PITTSBURGH, Pa.. Sept. 30. (A. P.)—Firemen kept their hose dry but put out tho fire Just tho samo. A portable bath house was ablaze. They wheeled it Into the Allegheny river. HELDITEMPLE Tehachapi Pioneer Had Been In Kern County 62 Years; Was Masonic Member (Special to Tht Galtfornton) TEHACHAPI, Sept. 30.—Funeral services for William N. Cuddeback, Tehachapi plonoor, were held Sunday morning In Masonic temple, Otto Lange, master of the local lodge, giving tho service. Mrs. Roy Madding sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "No Night There," accompanied by Miss Lyslo Walton. Pallbearers were Tom Martinson, Lou Borden, J. E. Hicks, Porter Munsey, J. Gallnger, Bob Freeman. Mr. Cuddeback was one of the first members of tho local lodge. John Qulnn, past national commander of tho American Legion and a lifelong friend of tho family, gave a short eulogy. He was born In El Monte, Callfor- not, 75 years ago and had lived In Tohachapl 62 years. He Is' survived by his widow, Mrs. Miriam Chltwood Cuddoback; four daughters, Mrs. A. J. Blackely of Santa Barbara, Mrs. Al Hall of Oakland, Mrs. Victor Phillips 'of Monolith and Mrs. Marjory Weldon of Tehaohapl; one son, Sam Cuddebaok of Santa Maria; four grandchildren, Billy Weldon, Miriam Phillips, Mrs. George Cliff and Mrs. Ruth Vahanlck, and two great- grandchildren, Maria and Betty Cliff. Tho remains wero taken to Glendale Monday for cremation and tho ashes later strewn from tho air over Sand canyon, as wore tho ashes of a daughter and two sons. One of the sons was tho Jato Murray Cuddeback, former Stanford football star. ButtonwillowBoy Scouts Work Out BUTTONWILLOW, Sept. 30. — Tho Boy Scouts held an outdoon meeting Friday night at tho homo of Frank Alvos. Several contests were held as fire building, boiling water and watermelon eating. The contestants each had to eat melons with their hands lied behind them. Johnny Plerruccl was winner. Earl Slacum was appointed by Scout Master C. B. Crawford to be patrol leader of the Rattlesnake Patrol. At tho next meeting Friday night there will bo a signaling contest between patrols. Preparations are being made for tests to bo made, before a court of honor to be held at the school In October. POND, Sept. 80.—Two now teachers were added to tho teaching force of the Pondham Union Grammar School Monday morning, They are Miss Helen Knott and Miss Mary Adaklan, Both teachers are graduates of the Fresno State Teachers College. Miss Knolt will teach the fifth and sixth grade and Miss Ada- klan tho second grade. Miss Knott's home is In Bakersfleld and Miss Ada- klan at Fresno, They are living at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe White. Miss Evelyn .Sandrlnl and,brother Lido wore week end guests at tho home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ujro Sandrlnl. Mrs. S. L. Allen wa* a Friday luncheon guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Pond of Wasco. Joe Burel was a Monday business visitor In Hanford. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parker entertained with a turkey dinner Sunday, having as their giicsts Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parker and children from An- telopo Valley and Miss Xolma Parker of Bakersfleld, Clyde, Maurice and George Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Klrkpatrlck and son Louie and daughter Hcstill moved recently from McFarland to a place north of Pond. Miss Frances MoCurdy accompanied her friend Miss Mlnnlo Alao Black to Bakorsfleld Sunday evening. Clyde and Maurice Parker, accompanied by their friend W. H. Hitchcock of Shafter, returned from the mountains whoro they havo npeni the past month hunting and fishing. Each ono of tho lucky men returned with two deer. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Coxart entertained Sunday, having ns tholr dinner guosts Mr. and Mrs. Horton Williams and children, George. Julia, Nancy and Billy. Donald Kussoll spent Saturday and Sunday evening In Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parker and two children of Antelope valley nro spending several days with tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Parker. Harry Parkor la an employe of tho Antelopo Rotary Mud Company. Mrs. Ray Cornolson and little son Ronald and Mrs. Minnie Smith of Delano were Sunday visitors at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hamlln. P. Peterson of Earllmart was a business visitor In Pond Monday morning. Sunday dinner guests at tho homo of Mr. and Mm. Hay Allen woro Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pond and little son Robert of WHHCO. Mi-, and Mrs. Felton Colter and Mr. tmd Mrs. Gaston Williams attended ' the theater in Bakcrafleld Sunday. Mrs. Frank Bohnmin tind son T3ol were business visitors In Bakernflcld Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Black enter- tallied Sundav, having aw their dinner guests Bob Williams and daughters. Hobby Jo, Wanda Leo and Dorothy, Mrs. ,1. M. Crawford. Minn Francos MeCurdy and Miss Mlnnlo Mae Block of Bakerwflold. Buttonwillow BUTTONWILLOW, Sept. 30.—Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Morris of WOHCO were visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Poppett over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alvos went to Los Angeles last week end to attend the marriage of a niece. Miss Emlyn Behlmer, to Elmo Broshay. Mr. Broshuy IH a former Buttonwillow man. Four now Scouts were added at the lost meeting. Those taking tenderfoot test were James Morris from Adohr, James Steven Lamkln, Scale Crawford and Joseph Flllan. This brings the enrollment to 25. Barbara Thomson Is now rapidly recovering from her Injuries received while on a swimming party several dayH ago. Mrs. Frank Behrman was the' guejst of honor at a chow moln din- i nor Saturday evening, honoring the' birthday anniversary of Mrs. Bohrman. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Saw Moullenoux, Mr. and Mrs. I>ean Durant and daughter Shirley Mao, Frank Behrman and Doo Church. Mrs. C. A. Parkor was a Thurmlay guest at tho home of her frlond, Mrs. Bradley of Wasco. »Ir. and Mrs. John Krebs of Delano were Sunday dinner guent» at tho home of Mr, and Mrs, John Hills of tho Wllkenson Gun Club. Mrs. Floyd Dlxon and daughter Jean and son Duane of Olldale woro Sunday cMnnor guests at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hothmnn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred ISuders and family of Shatter wero guests Monday evening at a venison steak dinner given at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parkor. Jack Atild of Wasco was a business visitor In Pond Monday morn- Ing. Bob Ludy attended thn county fair In Tularo Saturday evening, Mr. and MI-H. A. P. Vincent of Kar- Ilmart woro Sunday dinner guests at , the homo of their son-in-law and i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Ben-el. Principal Miss Helen Ludy, accompanied bv her staff of teachers, Miss Luclllo Williams. Miss Helen Knott, Miss Flossie Hoffman and Miss Mary Adaklan, motored to Bakersfield Monday evening whoro they attended an art mooting for teachers at tho high school. Mr. and Mrs. H. Klmbrle] of Halt- ersfleld were. Sunday dinner gnestx at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Whltacro. : Mr. and Mrs, Pete Bledsoo and little daughter woro Sunday guests at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs, V. K. Combs of McFarland. MrH. ComVm IB recuperating at her homo from a recent operation. Mrs. Dean Durant and daughter Shirley Mao of Delano woro Sunday dinner guests at tho Imme of tho former's mother, Mrs. Frank Bohrman. Mr. and Mrs. H. IT. Bean nnd little granddaughter Darlene Jones visited In iSprlngvlllo Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Jones. Miss Betty Hamlin the week end In Delano with her grandmother, Mrs. Minnie D. Smith. Sunday dinner guests nt the home of Mr. and Mr«. Kd Ludy were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Graham nnd daughter Mario and Minn Marjorlo Ludy of Frenno. Afternoon guest WUH Mlws Pauline Nelson of Delano. Mm. Thaler Parker and daughter Evolvn Joan and the former's uls- ter, Mrs. II. MoCllntock and dnUKb- | ter are all slowly recovering from ! bad ooldc. S. A. Parker, accompanied by Mr. Newman of Wasco left Sunday on n doer hunting trip. They expect to b<> Rona 10 ilnyn. Mont of tho time will bo HT>ent In the mountain): above Kern Flats. Sunday dinner K"eBtn at th« home of Mr. and Mrs. I'RO Sundrlnl were Mr. ami Mrs. Olon pllnnil, Kvdvn and Lido Kandrlnl, all of Ttakerwfteld. • ^V -^ 'W M« • ^S* • ^*l* mm • SIARSIO MEET Frontier Pnrty Enjoyed by Lodge; County Lenders to Be Next Guests to Tht CaHforntan) WASCO, Sept. 30.— Attended by a largo number of Eastern Star member*, tho l-'rontler party given I Monday night at tho Masonic torn- ! pie by Wtts'co Eastern Star wns most Jolly and successful. Following tho regular meeting of the chapter, conducted by tho worthy matron, Mlfw AVInnifred Cokoly and tho patron Silas Wright, old fashioned dancing to old-tlmn music took place In tho banquet rooms. Lino officers of Waseo Eastern Star. Including Mrs. Katherlno Hubbard, Mrs, Kuth Barrows, Mrs. Lti- clllo Gnlbreiith and Gordon SkcelH will bo a committee In charge of tho next meeting, October 12. Lino officers of other Kern county chap- tiM-M of Rnstorn 8tar will be special guests of the evening. Frontier costume* were worn by many of the members for tho occasion Monday night. The banquet hall had bev.n decorated to represent early days, with the UHO of can- djnw, lamps, guns and mntlfu. A barbecue supper wns served which conflated of bnrbecueil bcrf, bread, naiads, pickles and coffee. ! Mrs. Margaret Devcnuey was In ! charge of (ho supper committee tin- i stated by Mrs. Katherlno Huhbnrd. Mrs. Lucille Fair, Mrs. Neva Warren. Tho - entertainment was In charge of Miss Cokely and Mrs. Ruth Barrows. KKRNVILLB. Sent. 80.—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bonnell of Hakerafleld were recent visitors In Kernvllle. They were accompanied back to Bak- ersflold by Mrs. Jerry Converse who returned to Kernvlllo tho next evening. Howard Potter and Allan Tutllo, Kernvlllo school children, recently suffered a head-on collision during playing hours. It was found necessary to take three stitches above Howard's eye. Miss Helen Pape of Boston, Mass.. Is visiting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Miller. Miss Pape is Mrs. Miller's niece. Loyd Barte.0 of tho ICernvllIe Telephone Company was a Frldr" business visitor In Bakersfleld. Miss Oaylo Mendelssohn, former Kernvllle school teacher now teaching at Franklin School In Bakersfield, was n week end visitor In Kernvllto and vicinity. D. H. Todd of Altudena registered at Oliver's Motor Lodge on Saturday evening, Mr. Todd Is a frequent visitor at the lodge. Bill Nestel and his son Bob. who Is making a namu for himself In tho flstlo world, recently returned from a fishing trip to tho lakes abovo Bishop. Bill reported that they did not got "skunked" na they landed ono trout. He said they had a very enjoyable trip. Bob will fight at the Legion Stadium In Hollywood on the night of October 15. Some of his local admirers plan on being at the rlriwldo. Frank Williams Is spending the Hummer In tho high country riding for Charley Andross. South Fork cat tic man, Everett Williams of Road's End > was a visitor In Kemvllle on Saturday evening. He reports that work on the new road from Halrvlew td Double Bunk la progressing satisfAc- > torlly. Rollins Cochran. Kernvllle service station operator, who was burned out recently, has returned from a hunt* Ing trip Into the high Sierra, He packed in from Falrvlew-on-thft- Kern. RoBwell Welch reports that 10 par cent less deer have been checked out by visiting hunters this year that! WBI-O checked out during the same period for last year. Local residents, however, report deer to bo about as plentiful this season as In seasons pant. Merle Night and Bob Cochran rncenUy had tho misfortune to wound a large buck and track him over hot, rugged country throughout the hot hours of the day without being able to overtake him. They came In very much exhausted from their fruitless labors. Mrs. Uhlma Brown and Mlsa Aletha Mortensen, Kernvllle school teachers, were present at the frontier clanco given by the Girl Scouts on Saturday evening. They recently attended a meeting of county teach- crn held In Bakorsfleld. William F. Cox of the Monarch mlno of Keysvlllo was a recent vie- Itor In Isabella. He reported that bis mlno was still producing satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stavert and their son Kddle of Glendale were week end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stavert of Keysvllle. Durtrur his visit. Mr. Htavert went out with "Rattlesnake Bill" Walker and ehot a forked-horned buck. FRUITVALE McFarland Personal Notes FRU1TVALJ3, Sept. 80.—Mrs. W. S. Hood IB visiting her daughter and faintly, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Feathers, at Heal Beach this week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dwtght, whose wedding was n. recent event, have returned from their honeymoon. Tholr trip included a visit at Cutallna, an airplane trip to Kan Francisco and a motor trip to Oregon. Mr. and MI-H. L. T. Carter spent tlni week end lit Leboo a« guests of tholr (<on Herman and family, Whllo them they nttotidrd tho wedding ->f thdr granddaughter Avnndu Carter and Hubert Uankln of Taft, a nephew of Sirs. F. M. Hnttson of Folrhnvcn. For I ho past two yearn Avamlii luiH mndn her home with her griiiiilpnroiitx in Falrlmvon whlln itltonilltKJ Kern County Union HlBh School. The traffic control l'i Htlll being i maintained nt the brldgit over the I Callowiiy ramil at Fruit valo itvanuo. i A HIKHM! of 6 Hilton poi- hour Is being enforced on truffle crOHSlng the structure. Weed Patch Happenings MCFARLAND, sept, so.—Week i end guests in the homo of Mr. and I Mrs. Charles Ash were their frlendH, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Taylor of Los | Angeles. , | Miss Tholma Moore returned to i San Francisco today after pausing several days as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mooro. Miss Moore, a graduate of tho local high school IH training to become a nurse at tho Franklin hospital In tho northern city. Mrs. Anna Kalquest la again at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Ellen K. Auliton, after passing some time IIH the guest of another daughter, Mrs. H. H. Harrold In Fresno, Mm. Anhton accompanied her mother here. low can hurry a man into old age ... but not a whiskey TOfKir TAVERN 93 PROOF *T I'VE SEEN many K mam grow old before his time — but never a whiskey .. . Take National Distillers* Town Tavern, for example. You can tell by its smooth, age-rich flavor that here's one whiskey that wasn't hurried. Fact is, Town Tavern grew old naturally, in char, red oak barrels during fifteen months of 'controlled summer' temperature .. . If you haven't yet tried this rich, smooth, •ppetixing drink,it's about time you did I" NOW IS MONTHS OLD 'PINT ;ThU prlc» do** not 1* elicf* Mlfi a*d tax. Mraight Whiskey I y^BS&s, */ w-^^sawrfseaw 1 * W NATIONAL PlgTTLLERS PHMUCTSCooRATTON Mrs. Thchna I^awhorn of Bakersfield Is assisting; Mrs. Edith Bmlth. local beauty operator, at her B)IOI> on ICern avenue durliifr tins UUM.V BOHWHI. Warren HlnRsdorf, proprietor of Warren's variety More., accompanied by Kay Loyo, paHaod Sunday visit- Ing at Arvln. Mm, W. U. 1'hllbrook and her Ron, Waldoh, liavo returned from u sov- ern.1 weeks' vlult with relatives and friends In Bt. I^otils. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Hanawalt, Jr.. and tholr children, Richard and Kathryn, worn Sunday KUPHIH of Mr. and Mrs. Lnwronco While. Other (ftiestH were Mrs. White's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Smltli. The occasion honored the birthday anniversary Of the hOHlOBH. Among the local faculty members who attended thn 1C. C. U. 11. B. men's party at Portuguese, meadows Saturday and Sunday were: L.. W. Hedjro, principal of tho school; U. C. Allan, Huntloy Webb and Cecil Bowman. Coach Chuck VJanagln ro- malnod hero to accompany his football men to tho football game In BakorsCleld Saturday night. The Morning AfterTakini Carters Little Liver Pills PIANOS RENTED, SOLD For as little as $4.00 per month you may rent n fine 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. Many Fine Barfalns NEW and Used Don C. Preston Nineteenth and H Streets WK1SD PATCH. Sept. 30.—Mr.! nnd Mrs. Uoncrt Hunt nnd Mr. nnd Mm. Veto e/vttiuil attended the Pomona Frilr last wok. Mrs. J. A. .lemon nnd daughter. I'ntrlPln of New York City nrt> vpondltiR tho \vei>u at the homn of Mr. nnd MrH. KoViert Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Chrin Hermann and eon, Lynll Kcrr, upcnt tho week ond nt Fresno I\B gucMtn of Mm. Her- nmnn'N parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hurroll. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burnett of T..OS Angelcm visited Mr. and Mrs. 1.. F. I'oolo recently, en route to Klookton. Mr. nnd Mr*. Durnott nro j mlHHlonRrles ninonfr tho Jnpnneno IMiopto for tho Ntixorono church. I MI-H. Burnett IH Mr. Pooto'a ulster j nnd hitB lived In Japan ns a mis- i nlonnry. I Mr. and Mrs. Arnilo Trogdon re- j turned last week from n ten-day ] huntliiK trip In the Ua»n LnU<>. ; roRlon, which In a little over fifty! ! milen northeast of Kvosno. They' | brought bank a Hinttll deer. i ; nrtnvttU'i- David and a. 1'. Tucker! nru employed tin jdnnera itt thn Old Hiver R-In and Robert Hunt, Jr., IB i running tho nuctlon. ' Miss Ruby Humblo and Charles Lester, both ot Arvtn, were recently married by the Kev^rend Oriey Dunn at the Weed Patch Fun Oos- pal church. Clove Turner of Lament returned homn Saturday from Kern General HoHpItnl. Mr. Turner will tiave the cant on his leu tor several more weeks. Mr. Turner's leg was fractured in an auto accident. « « » Hanawalts Return From Lengthy Trip McFAKI-AND, Sept. 30.—Mrs, W. C. 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