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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, January 17, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1933 — f ACTIVE YEAR'S PLANNED BY SODALI1Y DELANO, Jan. 17.—Officers re- rently elected by the Young Ladles Rodailty of St. Mary's Catholic Church have already taken up their duties and are planning for an active year's work In iidvancinR the Interests of tho society In Its relation to the church. Officers include: Miss Klala of Mc- Fnrland, president; Miss Catherine Pnnero, vice-president, and Miss Virginia Vlllard. secretary-treasurer. MOVING TO DELANO McFARLAND, Jan. 17.—A. D. Rose, who until recently was employed by the county, has accepted a position In the office of tho Union Oil Company at Delano. Within a few days he and Mrs. Rose and their two sons will move to Delano. At present they are living In tho cottage owned by Mrs. J. W. Helm. TODAY'S NEWS OF RICHGROVE RICHGROVE, Jan. 17. — Recent visitors at tho Arthur Woodhead and Albert 73. Imblor homos were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Copper and son of Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Shelton have 1 returned from a trip to Adolanto. Mrs. Clarence Clary of Esoalon Is spending some time here assisting with the cure of her mother, Mrs. Albert E. Imbler who Is quite 111. J. Kelly of Vlsalla, member of the county school staff, was a recent visitor at the Rlchgrovo School Instructing the children In sports and In health activities, Mrs. Hugh P. Burum Is convalescing slowly from an attack of Influenza which was followed by pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sholton hav« returned to Lancaster after a visit hero with friends and relatives. TODAY'S NEWS AT TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI, Jan. 17.—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baumgart left Sunday for a week's visit in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Cowan spent Saturday In Long Beach, where they wero called on account of the serious illness of Mr. Cowan's sister, Mrs. Arthur Cravath. Gene Hicks. Byron Roblneau and Roland Elsenman returned Saturday night from two weeks' stay In Los Angeles, where they wero preparing machinery for use In their mlno near Randsbur'g. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Fulton and family of Lancaster visited friend* here Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forrestnr an«l children, Ben Forrester and Wendell Jones returned Saturday evening from Bolllngham, Wash. 'S CLUB PLANS JOLLY SUPPER DANCE KBRNVILLiB, Jan. 17.—What promises to be an Important social event of the season Is the danco and supper arranged by the Woman's Club of the South Fork, to be given at their clubhouse In Weldon, Saturday night, January 21. For tho dancers three door prizes are to be awarded, each prize being a basket of groceries. Tho supper will bo bountiful at a charge of 25 cents. The ladles will meet at tho clubhouse Friday afternoon to prepare for the following night. Proceeds of the supper-dance will be used In part for the Improvement of the hall, benefit "of the church, and for school purposes as -directed by tho South Fork P. T. A. All are Invited to attend. The Sagebrush orchestra will provide music. SHAFTER CLEARAN CE . prices the present generation may never see again.. even at Ward's! THIS MERCHANDISE ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOWS -CLEARANCE. . . . WARDWAY ELECTRIC WASHER—Porcelain tub, Lovell wringer, 6 to 8-sheet capacity. Our famous gyrator type, washes quick and clean. $5.00 down Cash Price.. RIVERSIDE AIR CUSHION TIRES—To fit most all cars. Completely installed, with your old equipment. Set of 5 Genuine KOTEX—Extra Special ^ Wednesday, Thursday (Limit 3 Boxes) <& boxes 70x80 DOUBLE SHEET BLANKETS—Our famous Fleecy- down, quality that speaks for itself. See these and you will buy. On sale Wednesday and Thursday. (Limit One Pair)... : 36-INCH OUTING FLANNEL, in light and dark colors. Serviceable weight, soft, warm, fleeced on "T tf* both sides. (Limit 10 Yards) yard t \f COTTON DUCK (Canvas)—29 inches wide 8-oz. quality white cotton duck, ideal for enclosing sleeping porches, etc. Special for Wednesday and Thursday only .yard «. VBft^ruy %**(«•• lOc FOOT STOOLS—With extra fine covers. Well constructed with walnut finished legs. Reg. 95c. . •CLEARANCE- Men's and Boys' Genuine Front Quarter HORSEHIDE COATS—Sheepskin and blanket lined. Broken sizes. Extra special, while they last $6.95 40 - POUND 100% COTTON MATTRESS—All felted cotton, with durable tickings. Full or twin sizes 100% Pennsylvania MOTOR OIL — Special for Wednesday and Thursday. (Limit five-gallon can)..5-gal. can Genuine KLAXON Motor-Driven HORN— While they last. Reg. $3.65 MEN'S 100% ALL-WOOL DRESS TROUSERS—Our best. Be here Wednesday and get two or three pairs. While they last a pair MEN'S POLICE AND FIREMEN'S .SHOES—Goodyear welt shoes of solid leather construction, with rubber heels. All sizes. flT 4 Better hurry, men! a pair 9 •• * 99-COIL BED SPRING—Of "Premier" quality. Single deck coil springs, 1(50 small coils, cross-tie, the large springs giving each one independent action. Green CtC enamel finish. Full or twin sizes 99" INNER-SPRING MATTRESS—With beautiful ticking. Do not confus£ this mattress with inferior quality usually sold at low prices. Full or twin sizes • •v T uouuai^ a \siit $9.95 Be Here Wednesday at 8 a. m. for These Wonderful Values! MONTGOMERY WARD & Co. SHAFTER, Jan. 17.— Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Anderson and son, Robert, spent Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Llndqulst. Mrs. a. D. Hare, mother of Mrs. P. L. Arnold, arrived this morning to make an extended stay at .the Arnold home. The Congregational Christian Endeavor meeting was held al the home of B. J. Perry Sunday evening. .-Murray Arnold was tho leader and the subject discussed was the activities of. the Kern County C. B. Union during the coming several weeks. Meetings of tho organization will be held at the Poery homo until further notice. Several Shatter people drove to Wosco Sunday evening to attend the forum at the Congregational social hall where C. C. Hill gave ah Illustrated lantern slide lecture on touring In the Orient. The following are some of the Shafter people who witnessed the Shafter- Wasco High School basketball games Saturday night: Mr. and Mrs. Don Wedge, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Peery, Mrs. S. A.' Camp, F. F. Latta, 'G. O. Nay and his brother, Roy Nay of Powell, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs* P. It, Arnold, Mrs. A. B. McKlnley, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Grlbble, and a largo section of rooters from the high school student body. Nels Pederson Is confined to his home with Illness. Mrs. Rosemary Wasco Congregation Enjoys Business Session With Potluck Dinner WASCO Willis and son, George, spent Friday at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Engle. *-»-• ROSEDALE ROSEDALE, Jan. 17.—Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nord and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bartol attended tho dairy day banquet at Rio Bravo Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Lowe returned Friday from a business trip to Los Angeles. Charry Rockwell was a dinner guest of Esther Wagoner recently. k . W. Huffman Is 111 In a Bakersfleld hospital with pneumonia. Laureen .Moore was an overnight guest of Dorothy Htemforth of Palm, Thursday. Mrs. Lena North and Mrs. Rose Nord of Palm were visitors of Mrs. Henry Bartel Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jones and Emma Eyraud motored to Tehachapl Friday. From there Mr. Jones drove a truck to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. John Classen and daughter Betty Joan were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nord of Palm, Sunday. WASCO, Jan. 17.—Officers of the Congregational Church for the ensuing year were elected recently. Annual reports -were a feature of the meeting, made by tho Sunday school and the Argonauts as well as the church. The reports were given by Mrs. George Robertson, clerk; Lester Smith, auditor; Mrs. H. Q. Hull, chairman of the board of trustees; N. P.. Cormack, financial chairman; Mrs. H. F. Devenney, treasurer; T. H. Ratcllffe, pastor; K. F. Clemens, Sunday school superintendent; A. F. Havon, treasurer of tho Sunday school, and Elizabeth Grundy, president of the Argonauts. The officers elected were: Mrs. Robertson, clerk; K. F. Clemens, Sunday school superintendent: Mrs. H. F. De- vonney, treasurer; N. P. Cormack, financial chairman; Miss Wlnnlfred Cokely, auditor; P.-H. Moore, deacon; A. F. Raven and Mrs. H. G. Hull, trustees; K. F. Clemens, usher; Mrs. Sterling Giddlngs, organist, to be assisted by Mrs. James Hubbard; social committee, Mesdames B. W. Homfeld, Herbert Prltschko and Mrs. Kurt Keeker; nominating committee, H. D. Gundt, Fred Bertkau and M. P. Kerr, A. W. Miller and C. H. Brunton. A. F. Raven was chairman of the nominating committee and presented the slate of officers. The meeting was preceded by a potluck dinner which was attended by a large number of church members and their families. WASCO, Jan. 17.—Elmer Ratzlaff, son of Emll Ratzlaff, was taken to Kern General Hospital Thursday to undergo an operation on his 'oar. Mrs. Sarah Dolan Is spending a few days In Bakersfleld visiting with friends. Mrs. C. Panter had as her dinner S uests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred [atzlaff and daughter, Deloras. Mr, and Mrs. Jake Frank were 'weekend, guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs, J. Nerllng. ' . , Johri Ratzlaff has gone to Bakers- fleld to receive medical care., S. V. Fugate and family are moving from tho A. Schmttz place to a ranch near Bakersfleld. Miss Blanch Hope, who has completed a course In surgery and obstetrics at the St. Mary's Hospital In San Francisco, will return to the home of her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Dave Hope, on Wednesday to spend a few days before going to Bakorsfleld to begin nursing./ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pnrdum aftd two children, Lyle and Beverley, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McNeil were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Booth Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Rapp have had as their guests during the past two weeka Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Johnson and throe daughters, Florence Elen, Helen and Florence, of Los Angeles and Mr. nnd Mrs.'C. F. Gromcr and son Bobble of Lobee, and MrV Roy Purlntpn of Los Angeles, who is conducting Bible study classes at Lost Hills and Wasoo whtle Mr. nnd Mrs. John Gafner entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. M. StleBer, Mr. Herman Stleger of Tnft nnd Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Burger of Bakersfield at dinner Sunday evening. Jack and Mack Little went to LOB Angeles over the week-end to attend tho auto show. 1 IN WASCO KERNVILLE KERNVILLE, Jan. 17.— Miss Barbara Tlmmons, .Bakersfleld high school student, accompanied home her mother, Mrs. C. E. Tlmmons, who participated In the ' Rebekah lodge ceremony at Bakersfleld Friday night. Miss Tlmmons came for a week-end WOODY ARVIN visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jensen, who have resided here several weeks, are leaving for St. Charles, Idaho, following a short trip to the coast. Mr. Jensen has been employed as foreman at the Stains garage. Weaver Hand, of the South Fork, who recently cut his hand badly with an axe, reports the Injury Is healing nicely. M. E. Melton was a business caller In Bakersfleld Saturday. James O'Brien and Merrill Hlght transacted business in Bakersfleld late in the week. James Baynes, of Vacavllle, Is hero for a short visit with Bert James, his brother-in-law. _ _ . _ _ WOODY, Jan. 17.—Last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Moore entertained the following friends: Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Martin and daughters. Gall and Iris, and Mrs. Stafford and son, all of Delano. The Misses Maxlne and Dovle Wallace and Jlmmle Wallace were luncheon guests of Mrs. Frances Woody Saturday. Overnight guests at the Dooley ranch recently were Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pascoe of Kernvllle. Donald Maltby was a Bakersfleld visitor Friday, bringing back hie sister, Hester, and Miss Lavohn Fraser. Mrs. C. F. Maltby was liostesR to the Neighborhood Club which met at her home last Thursday. Tho usual pot-luck luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hand of Glenn- vllle were visitors at the C. T. carver ranch Saturday. Sunday visitors at the Dell Moore home were Mrs. C. F. Maltby, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Drum and children of Delano and Mr. and Mrs. L. Cum- mtngs and son and wife of Bakersfield. Miss Anna Maude Anderson, art supervisor, paid an official visit to Blake School Thursday. Duane Rutledge was operated on for Mrs. R. L. Fagan, who has been seriously 111 Is slowly Improving. She was brought home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Carver had as dinner guests Saturday evening. Mrs. E. H. Woody and sons. Ward and Robert. Mothers, Mix This At Home for a Bad Cough 8*VM|2. BtEur! No Cooking! appendicitis Friday. Joaquln Hospital. He Is at the San 'ARVIN, Jan. 17.—Word has boon received from Doctor and Mrs. A. O. Elvin that they arrived at their destination, Vancouver, B. C., safely. Doctor and Mrs. Elvln left here two weeks ago and drove through. They .expect to locate In Canada permanently. S. Stamoules of San Francisco has been In Arvln the past few days try- Ing to locate land'suitable for growing melons; Tom Downs and J. R. Monroe left on an extended trip through southern California, Arizona and.Texas. Tho house on the T. H. Derby ranch occupied by G. Solomon was destroyed by fire on Friday. Nono of the contents were saved excepting a small amount of canned fruit. Tho loss Is partially covered by Insurance. ' Hazel Cobb spent Saturday and Sunday In Bakersfleld as the guest -of Betty Bonesteele. Fire destroyed the gnrnRO of W. F. Klnolngcr Saturday. Tho origin of the fire IF not known. Howard Tucker of Dallas, Texas, Is hero for nn indefinite visit with his brother, A. I. Tucker and family. Arms Wilson and family of Bnkcrs- fleld spent Sunday with Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Richardson. Mrs. 0. W. Ratllff and Mrs. TUlph Stockton were luncheon guests'of Mrs. Henry Bonesteele of Bukersfleld on Saturday. Mrs. Franklo Peay and sons have moved to the Marvin ranch. It Is hoped that many from Arvln will go to hear John F. Dale, director ol parent education for the state, at Vlneland School on Tu«sday afternoon, 2 to 2:30 o'clock. J. E. Snlnts and family are moving to Unit 13 on the Dl Giorgio Farms. 4 i » War Play, VLest We Forget," Draws Large Attendance; Splendid Cast ^^^^^^ . • WASCO, Jan. 17.—"Lest We Forget," a drama presented at the high school auditorium for the benefit of tho Wasco Welfare League receritXf was well attended and drew mahy favorable comments as an educational feature and peaco propaganda. The play, which consisted of four acts, was written by Rev. Harold E. Carlson, pastor of tho Methodist church here, und was recently copyrighted. Tho cast was composed of Mrs. J. W. McNeil, who took, tho part of the mother of tho Smith family; James Bates, the father; Miss Valerlo Hwlnl^. the daughter; and Roscoe S winner,,, tho son. Malcolm Little took the part . of tho fiance of the daughter. The actors wore all clever and received hearty applause. . War songs were' sung during the play, soloists being Jerc Scott, Arnold Bergen, Mrs. C. R. Homfeld and Miss Olga Grower. A male quartet composed of O. W. Becker, Earl Becker, A. F. Bergen and Frank 35nns sangx several numbers. The high school gleo clubs sang two songs and the school orchestra played" several numbers under the direction of the leader, Mm Ruby Duncan Hicks. t Actual photographs • taken at the front lines of battle were shown which revealed the ravages of war. These pictures had only been shown once before, at Fresno on Armistice day. , PANAMA PANAMA, Jan. 17.—Mrs. Volma Buchanan of Bnkersfleld visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Macon, on Sunday M. A. Sails and mother attended a mooting of the Kern County Dairy Association at Hlo Bravo School, Friday night. Mrs. W. A. Heck and brother, Stm Eberle and wlfp, are visiting relatives In Fairfax, Calif. Week-end guests at tho home of C. A. Van Horn were O. I/. Hutchln- pon nnd wife of Lung Beach. Mrs, Van Horn and Mrs. Hutchlnson ar« ulsters. Hoy Hooper and wife vlnttcrt In Bukerafleld Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al M linden. Mrs. liHther Webb and children of McKtttrlck spent Saturday at the homo of (.ii-anvllle Mays. Harry Tiiylor und parents have recently moved to their new home on the McKec rond. E. C. Black went to Long- Beach Sunday, where h« will b* employed In tho rebuilding of thu uil derricks blown down by tha recent storm. Tho Kern Delta home department will hold Its regular meeting Wednesday with Mru. J. '"If:' MaKanna as hostess. Misses Albertlna, Odclla und Jose- phono Polos!, who have been Btayltijr with their grandparents, Joo Halter anil wife, for a few years, went to Bakersfiold Saturday to live with their father, V. Peloai. Tou'll be pleasantly surprised when you make up this simple home mixture and try it for a distressing cough. It's no trouble to mix, and costs but a' trifle, yet it can be depended upon to give quick and lasting relief. Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups of granulated sugar and one cup of water tor a few moments until dissolved. No cooking needed. Get 2% ounces of Flncz from «ny druggist, pint bottle, and fill up ut it into a i your sugar syrup. The pint thus made costs no more than a small bottle ol ready-made medicine, yet it is the moat effective remedy that money can buy. Keeps perft-ctly and tastes fine. This simple remedy has a remarkable three-fold action. <4t soothes and heals the inflamed membranes, loosens the germ-laden phlegm, and clears the air passages. Thus It makes breathing easy, and lets you get restful sleep. Pinei is a compound of Norway Pine, in concentrated form, famous aa a healing agent for throat membranes. It is guaranteed to give prompt relief or money refunded. GLENNVILLE GLENNVILLE, Jan. M.—Mr. and* Mrs. C. J. Frazler and Mrs. N. D. Boen spent Monday In Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Owens of Bak- ersfleld were overnlghUguesU of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Weaver Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green and Mrs. M. Preston were Bakersfleld visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Pearl Shirley- of Bakersfleld, J. F. Rofer and Jeff Hitchcock of Rancherla were business visitors at Fulton Ranger Station Thursday. Mrs. J. F. Crawford entertained friends at bridge Wednesday afternoon. Guests Included Mrs. Harry Colo, Mrs. Robert Beard and Mrs. D. Jackson. Delicious refreshments wero served. Albert I. Beard was the guest of Eugene Cantleberry Thursday night. Mrs. C. Olass of Tulare Is spending some time here as the guest of Mrs. Nettle Boen. F. W. Cantleberry and daughter, Elsie, motored to Delano Saturday. B. B. White of Bakersfleld was the week-end-guest of Ralph Beard. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hlckerson and children of Fellows spent the weekend at their mountain ranch. DELANO Pains and Dizziness Disappeared After She Began Taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound FELLOWS FELLOWS, Jan. 17.—Mrs. Mabel Warren of Stockton IB visiting her niece, Mrs. J. P. Crutchet of the Santa Fo at Mid-Oil. Mrs. H. L. Williams returned from Kern General Hospital PiTday, where she underwent un operation for appendicitis. Mrs. II. I. Maxwell of Orange. Is visiting hor sister, Mrs T. B. Barnes of the Tumbador lease. , Theron Barnes, accompanied by his aunt, Mrs. H. I. Maxwell, attendee the Christian Endeavor convention at Visalla Saturday and Sunday. A. R. Hummel of tho Standard (Ea- glo Creek) lease, is £tlll confined to bed, due to an Injury when hl« oar wns hit by another, Ia3t Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Musser of the Hondo lease, accompanied by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farllnger of Richmond, who have vis Itcd at tho MuBser 'homo tho, pas month, loft Sunday for Richmond foi a few days' visit, and to tako thi parents homo. ^^ L used the Vegetable Compound l ar one-dollar slzo of this famous pre- th«v ntnrtPil mn nn it I ran Hn n I scrlptlon- on absolutely Free Trial. If luvj oitubcu iiiu uu iv* » i^cuA u\j a cntisflfitl with results sfiild tho 111 SI 00* I'B work now^ I am not dizzy any if not, your report cancels tho charge! "My grandmother and my.mother both " and man's .. _ . more and the pains in my head have all left me." MRS. LEIAND FISHER 356 Center St., Huutington, Indiana Do not endure another day without the help this medicine can give you. Sold by all druggists. DELANO, Jan. 17.—Mr. and Mrs. | James Ford of Fresno were In town Friday night for the Charity Wedding performance sponsored by the cham- er of commerce. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Coddlngton pent Saturday In Bakersfleld where r. Coddlngton attended an Important meeting of the Kern County Farm iureau and Mrs. Coddlngton shopped. .Mr«. Minnie Qrlswold and three daughters were Saturday all-day Msltord in Bak*rsfle1d. Claud Hamlln has returned to flsmd Beach after a visit In the district with his parents. Mr. and Mr*. James Hamlln. Mrs. Hamlln returned o the coast with -him and Is a guest f her daughter, Mrs. Albert Miller. Miss Ann Rutledge, who has been teaching the predatory class at tho Pondham District School has discontinued her duties as the majority of :he children have moved to other sec- Mris. Emmet Ferguson has returned from a brief visit In Los Angeles. She made the trip with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hill.' \ Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Toovey have returned from n week's visit In Long Beach with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mr». George -Banks, Jr., and children have moved to Olldale. Mr. and Mrs Vv'ylle Fancher have moved to Oakland where Mr. Fancher has secured work. Mrs. Charles Dunn Is convalescing elowly from an attack of Influenza. She recently returned from Chow- chlllft where she visited her aged mother, Mrs. Anette Bofley. Mrs. Hoe Ellis and three sons have returned to Glendale after a visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Hector Byrne and family. Mies Elaine Cole has gone to San Francisco where professional duties called her. Mrs. "Belle rave of Seattle, Wash., Is spending some time here looking after property Interests. MOTHER! don't experiment with your Child's Cold •*CALIENTE Relieve Blood Pressure Kansa* City Physician Scores Triumph With Harmless Vegetable Prescription—Remarkable Result* Reported Often In Three Days SENDS TREATMENT ON FREE TR|AL Anyone suffering from High Blood Pressure, dizziness, ringing In tho eura, sleeplessness, weak shaky feeling, bud taste, ncrvousnosH, pounding; of the heart, and who fearB n paralytic stroke, should write to Dr. Hayea AHH'n., 1023 Coatna House, KunsaK rity, Mo. They" will send you a,regu- This prescription IH a pure,, harmless vegetable treatment. While a nonspecific, many cases report symptoms diminish and normal sleep returns within three days. Contains no Halts, physics, opiates or dope. Perfectly safe with any treatment you are now using, as It can not conflict. If you suffer from High Blood^ressure write Dr. Hayes Aas'n today.—Adv. <$> CALIENTE, Jan. ]7.--VlsltorB here on business this week wero I^ouls M. Mcsnor, general manager of the plant department of the Pacific division of the Western Union Tolotfraph Company, and William A. Kusdorff, general foreman, for Inspection of tho rebuild job of Its lines In this section. Some $60,000, they stiy, has been expended, making renewals and betterments made necessary by thn September 30 flood. Guptave Johnsort Is In charge of the work here. Clayton O. Turner of tho Kawtelle veterans' home Is visiting ftt the Mal- lachowltz homo on East J.street. Viola Helen Hess, high school student at the county seat, la home with her mother, Mrs. Ala Hess, teacher here, iind her sister. Joe Hnskayne of tho Wewtern Union forcus hero was at Hollywood, his home, i tot tho week-end with his family. ' Another rain last week has brought the season total up to a.84, just u third of last season y precipitation at this t||ne. However, tha grass Is far advanced, stockmen say. •.'Another Void-timer" returned to the scene of younger flay triumphs Is "Un- cla Lute Hopper, well known for half The PROVED Way of TREATING Colds VapoRub has been tested and proved by two genev rations of mothers... Its direct double-octi'cm means ' quicker relief. . . N«w Aid in PREVENTING Colds... VlCKS Nose & Throat DROPS pper Ho a century. Hp Is assisting Walker Kanklu in tho management of the Kunkln estate range. Visitors at tho county seat recently on business wore Mrs. Clarence I/oroe AriKOn, Mrs. Alva Margaret Williamson, Mrs. AVIllls E. Belle Scott, Mrs. Lucabla C. F. Bennett, Mlas Nina Mo- Lean, Mrs. Burton L. Elizabeth Vanderpool and Ray Banner. Especially designed for irri* tations of the noseandthroat — wlvere. most colds start. Makes possible newVicks Plan for better. Control of Colds—fully explained in each Vicks package. DR. YAH METER CAREFUL DENTIST N«w In »rlci» in pl«toi mid Midi In our i«n libirttiry 1421 Nineteenth Street Aimi Fr.ra Willl'i FhtntlH

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