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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Bakersfield, California The Bakersfield californian saturday Ilia 18,1936 pastor returning to Delano pulpit Delano july the Bever end Clu Renoe a avg apr Pistor of Tho Community methodist Church will occupy his pulpit on sunday at Lith services after a week s a Nee at High ser ,. Institute where he was Dean of the Hummer Institute for Epworth leagues. Young people s meeting will be at 7 of clock in the social Hall and sunday school will be at 9 40 of clock with graded classes and departments for All Ages. Mothers of Small children Are invited to leave them Kern Mountain Lodge has visitors from Over state special to the californian Moat tourists a Large canopy built of Cedar Isabella july 18 As they pass through Isabella on and thatched with bark of the be logs the Kernville Highway Are struck Dar which leads from the dining wit ii a tie wide sweep of landscaped room facing Tho Highway und or shrubs and Lawn and picturesque i Bors and summer houses also built structures that swing into View As of Cedar poles. Behind the main they Cross the Bridge of the South building which faces the Highway Fork of the Ken River and approach and contains the dining room lobby Oliver a motor Lodge. They would and club room is a tout 1st Cabin be More struck however could they j containing a the conveniences of a contrast the present scene with the modern hotel suite. Another Simi in the Nursery during Church hour appearance of the same location less a Cabin is now under construction from la until 12 of clock where a i than three years ago. At that time j an j others tire to be added events competent woman will take charge or. And mrs. W. T. Oliver moved Auy these Cabins Are to be a of them. Down from Kernville where they ranged in an arc facing the Beauty mrs. Ben cd Shearer will direct had been operating the Mountain the chorus choir of mixed voices i inn to Start making a reality of hav in special music. Ing a place of their own upon which at Tho Baptist Church the Rev i to exercise their Good taste in land Ernd c. E. Flanigin will preach scape gardening and i Chi texture. From the subject Quot making much of they were faced with a at the 8 of clock evening ing Prospect. Tho land they had service on the Church Lawn the ser j chosen was located on the River Bank Mon subject will be Quot sifted hut and made tip largely of River Bould there will be special my ors and Sand. The forlorn aspect of is. The setting was heightened by the presence of a weather beaten and Long deserted roofless Adobe Structure built 35 years ago by j. L. Hooper of Hobo hot Springs. Building begins has had 25 years experience in the energetic hands soon removed the hotel business and we based most of worthless Adobe and in its Stead. Our judgement on that experience. Arose a modern building fashioned we were unable to finance our Eom of hollow Concrete bricks made from plete program immediately so we the Sand upon which the building have made additions As we could and was located then utilized in fashioning a series itself. Of Cobblestone fences a quaint \ the vision of these people has wishing Well Garden seats and foun been amply justified. Their regts gains around which a Green Lawn try contains the names of people was induced to grow. The Lawn and from All Over the West who have the Trees and Evergreen shrubs stopped with them while on fishing which were artistically placed about or Hunting excursions or just to rest the premises gained considerable and enjoy Home comforts away from nourishment from the River Silt in Home. The Sand. Which was supplemented a partial list of recent guests i with Leaf Mould hauled from neigh elude David r. Todd of Altadena is of sufficient importance and losses Boring mountains. Gertrude Freud and Esther Daniel usually so High that any pretax on or an Ltd hrs Oliver were Able to son of Santa Paula p. C. Alexander which will prevent an Anima a move into the new Home within six Quot of la Grange or. And mrs. W. S. Coming affected is Well Woith an j months time and after operating Johnstone of san Mateo or. And horse disease. Symptoms t continual from Page hour Arian should be called immediately. In Many cases the Early administering of the serum is effective in recovery. Some of the commercial i laboratories have also developed a vaccine which in Many cases is effective As a preventative or immunizing agent against tile disease. If any cases appear in a locality the j Wisest thing is to probably Call a veterinarian and to vaccinate the animals. In any Case he said the disease fully landscaped Lawn which slopes Down to the River a Edge. A the Nice tiling about it is thut except for hardware most of the building material Lias been taken from the surrounding country. Even Many of our evergreens Are Cedars and Pines taken from Greenhorn Mountain a said mrs. Oliver. Visitors from afar she added Quot although Many of our friends warned us that we were i undertaking a rather hopeless venture when we Carne Here we did not feel that Way about it. Taft youth Hurt in Salinas crash Taft july 18.�?james Cronin. Jr., son of or. And mrs. James Cronin of 409 Warren Street was seriously injured in an Auto smash up near Salinas tuesday it was i Learned today. Cronin who was in route to san Francisco to spend two weeks vacation with relatives and friends collided with a truck a i cording to reports received Here. He received a broken leg and other serious injuries which will probably keep him in the Hospital for at least three months. Tile car was almost demolished. Kernville Kernville july 18.�?w. Mcdonald and Robert Cochran recently returned from the desert saying that they found Gold bearing Quartz which will justify further prospecting. On wednesday evening a practice game of night Ball was held at the new Ball Park at the Isabella Ranger station. Copies of the schedule for the recently formed league Are to be mailed out soon by Charles Manwar or. Oliver ing president of the league. Teams from Kernville Isabella. Fairview and Inyokern make up the league. Billy Longstreet who has been studying the printers Trade in Cincinnati. Ohio has returned to Kernville and is spending the summer with his Mother mrs. Bae Long j the River stones were we Are letting our Little resort build Treut. G. It. Barnes a resident of Hobo hot Springs for the past three i years has gone to Illinois to stay for about three weeks. Charles Silicz local Cowboy has been doing some fancy Riding for the Larry Darmour film company. Ile has made several Fine rides on bucking horses which will be included in the picture which the film company is the Kernville District. The searing devastating drouth that has swept the West struck too late to damage the Kansas wheat crop and Farmers in most sections As shown Here Are harvesting a bumper yield with prospects of the Hest Price in years. The Kansas crop said to he the largest since Imi got off to a Good Start with heavy Spring Rains. The threshing scene above was taken on an Eastern Kansas farm. I notes about Taft people Rio Bravo Dot Taft. July 18.�?miss Mary Owens of Bakersfield teacher last year in Taft Union High school is visiting her aunt and Uncle. Or. And mrs. T. J. Of Brien and her Many friends in Taft. She will Uttmi the University of California next fall. Or. And mrs. Edward Geissel and Rio Bravo. July 18.�?mr and mrs. Ward Flanders and their son Keith of Phoenix and mrs. A Wilson of Liong Beach were overnight guests of or. And mrs. W. H. Wilson Nindle. Mrs. Beatty plans to leave and family tuesday. Other guests j Ralph Macomb Taft soon and spend the next six on tuesday evening were or. And Schmitt. The guests enjoying mrs. West s hospitality were the guest of Honor mrs. Beatty. Mesdames j. Armstrong a. Cone it f. Casey a. Johnson e. Schmitt and v. Lichi Tulare girl Kern youth Are United , july . And mrs. George w. Webster Are announcing tim marriage of their second son David i it. Webster to miss Dixie 1,00 Jarvis of Tulare on sunday july 12, at i Jim vegas Nevada. The wedding took place at Tho parsonage Home of Tho reverend Ford l. Gilbert pastor of the methodist Church. The Bride wore an afternoon dress of Blue taffeta with White accessories. Mrs. Webster attended the Bride and wore a Pink sport suit with White shoes hat and gloves or. Webster was Best Man for his son. Dinner was enjoyed at vegas after a trip to Boulder dam. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. A. Ray of Tulare and a graduate of the Tulare High school. The Groom attended Tho Delano schools and is employed by the Pacific freight lines at Tulare where he and mrs. Webster Are at Home to their friends. Maricopa Maricopa. July misses Audrey Harkleroad and Esther Muller left wednesday for Wheeler hot Springs w Here they will spend their 10-Day vacation. Mrs. Elsie Fisk of Mountain View and Walter Cary of Ostrander. Wash., daughter and son of mrs. T a. Wilson passed hat Ordary with thu to Mother hero in observation of her Seventieth birthday anniversary. They also visited their sister mrs. Christine Vanauken and family. Mise Mary Lou Bond went to Burbank tuesday to visit for a Short time at Tho Home of or. And mrs time or expense. Beardsley Beardsley july 18. Or. And mrs. Art Wilkinson and family enjoyed a Day it Kern River Park recently. Miss far Mcfeely of Santa Cruz has been visiting her sister and brother in Law or. And mrs Charles do sett of Harding Avenue this week. Mike Charlie of Lincoln. Neb., will a Isle his aunt. Mrs. C. J. Erickson of North Chester Avenue soon. He has Lien visiting in Hollywood and los Angeles for several Days. Or. And mrs. N. J. Strong and family spent an evening at Kern River Park recently. Mrs. Laurance Marston and children Ruth. James and Edna Mae Wen vacationer s in Morro Bay Over the week end. Their motor Lodge for two years and mrs. V. L. Freeman of Bakersfield applying every spare moment to the und Walter Kuttruff of san fran work of additional landscaping and Cisco constructing they have acquired one of the most picturesque Moun Tain resorts to be found in Southern California the most recent additions include and m. M. Johnson daughters Elsie and Florence of Quot pay their vacation. K. R. 3 spent wednesday evening is Marion us i base and her watching the practice night Haj Luther former residents of raft and game held at Isabella or Price is in a Quot cd but Vlma a considered the beat Ball fan on the a Jer Many friends on the went Kern River j. A. Green of the Kernville Tole mrs and my. M l. Poston have returned Home after enjoying a in Northern band in Arabia p Ait. I mrs. T. A Matranga and Daugh. Months w Ith her Mother in Little mrs b g. Penner and daughter Lu-1virginia Nax Aari in via the or and mrs Jack Price and their a snare Barbara to kook., Arland then join Ber bus Clef my Quot Quot m, and Leo Ihler daughter and Hue Fellows let it Mojave Braith and Daugh fast to visit recently when he fell and Hurt his blends and relatives in Merced and Back. Tracy. Tom aired genial proprietor of and mrs j Fairview on the Kern was a recent visitor in Kernville. He reported that. A number of Fine catches of Trout Quot attn �0 a a and vet it it a Ltd of Robert Teller and daughter Lorraine have gone on a Bolt county. Felt/dw8, july in or. End mrs Melvin Smith and baby son Marlin Little left thursday morning for two Days at Manta Barbara. William wheat of the Universal Oil company is on a 20-Day trip to his ranch on the eel River in hum two weeks vacation which will be have come out of the Fairview recently. River above Delano july 18.�?miss Weltha j Borel daughter of or. And mrs. Ernest Borel recently returned from an Outing at Greenhorn Mountain i Park and has gone to Long Beach to spend a month us the guest of her aunt mrs. Pleasant w. Hammer. Hubert g. Williams of Oakland i was a thursday guest of friends i while on his Way to Bakersfield on to. A. On Mundro was a business business visitor in Beardsley District this mrs. John Thomas substituted at Meek. The Hospital on thursday for miss or. And mr6. D. D. Brow n and Elaine Cole who was ill. Children. Sue Jean and Bobby left mrs. Katie Robertson is enjoying for a weeks visit in san Francisco the summer at Huntington Beach this week. Where she is the guest of her son. Joe Miller made a pleasure trip to Jack Robertson and mrs. Robertson. Long Beach tuesday mrs. Paul i Amy and her daughter or. And mrs. Harold Folkel or Charlene and mrs. Joseph Stevens and mrs. Kyle Austin und or. And and son Joe. All of Fresno Are in mrs. Walter Fillmore left recently Joying a visit Here with their Parrot Greenhorn Mountain Park to edits and grandparents or. And mrs. Spend several Days vacation. Jules Girard. Iai Urance Marston was visited by word has been received from or. Or. And mrs. C. E White of Avila and mrs. Frank pattern and their for two Dave recently. Daughter Frances and their Niece mrs. Ernest c. Jackson returned miss Agnes Woollomes. That they to her Home recently after having were leaving Chicago for the atlatl Conval sced from u minor operation tic coast and new York. They ate at a local Hospital. On a three months motor trip a. Thorn of North Chester Avenue through the Middle West and East. Was taken to a local Hospital re i or. And mrs. Cecil Macfarlane gently. An Ltd their son Cecil or. And Daugh mrs. Jew Miller returned to her ter Kola Clare Are enjoying a inca Home on Pierce Road tuesday with Tion of two weeks at Oakland with her new born daughter Barbara la i mrs. Muc Farlane smother. Mrs. A. Verne. B. Wilson and with other relatives miss Georgia Irvin returned to her or. And mrs. Jules Villa re have Home recently after spending several moved to their Mountain Home to Days vacation with miss june Pend the summer months Mojave. July 18�?John White was a business visitor in Man Francisco on sunday and monday. Manager Juck Jarvis of the Mojave baseball team announced there will be a game Between the Mojave stars and the Butte All stars at tile local Diamond next sunday. Bert Wegmann of Randsburg is the manager of next weeks opponents. Mrs a. H. Kennedy spent tuesday in Bakersfield on business or. And mrs. Stanley Avest Herg of san Bernardino Are making their Home with or. And mrs. T. Lewis. Irs. Lewis and mrs. Avest Herg Are Sisters. Mrs. A. A. Houck entertained on sunday and monday for her sister in Law mrs. Roy Canady of Barstow. Miss Florence Thompson spent several Days of this week in Monroe la visiting friends. C. N. Brown passed monday in los Angeles on business or. And mrs mrs. Sate Kroeneke and son Bobby Are spending the summer at the Sunset court in Piso. Mrs. Charles differ Dong jr., and children. Janet and Bobby returned Home after visiting i differ dings Mother in Oakdale or. And mrs. I. G. Crandall and daughter Pauline Are leaving for a vacation trip to include grand Canyon. Mrs. Resale Curtis is spending an enjoyable vacation in the South or. And mrs. Jack Taylor have returned to their Home from a vac i is Tion spent visiting mrs Taylor Smothe r in a an ego. Kan., aft on Richgrove. July 18.�?George Welch second son of or. And mrs aah. A. Welch of Richgrove Heights. Is convalescing from a recent operation for appendicitis at mercy lies Pital in Bakersfield where he under the care of doctor Gildry. Mrs. James Burundi is spending j their return they spent several Days several Days til los Angeles this with their brother in Casper Wyo. Week As the guest of her brother i reports from the aah est Side com Howard Mccawley. Trinity Hospital that r. Ii. Banderob mrs. Hugh p. By rum and Daugh of be Ridge and Charles Penn have ter Nancy were thursday evening been released Anil Are convalescing guests of mrs. Charles Thomas and at their Homes. Family. J Blase and James Diffenbaugh Are mrs. B. M. Neilsen and her Daugh spending two weeks camping in ter mrs. B. C. Triplett motored j Kern Canyon and they plan a trip South to Arcadia today where they to Sequoia. Will attend the wedding of their Junior Adams son of or. And mrs Niece and Cousin. Miss Theodora j. Adams of the Honolulu lease is Lloyd merrills and i Christianson w hich will be Solem reported recovering from an Accident suffered while visiting relatives in the South or. And mrs. Harold Moon have returned to make their Home lit Taft after a to months residence in Bald White of Houston. Texas no by her daughter Joyce returned j win Park recent visitors in Arroyo Grande were or. And mrs. Tom Beden and daughter Jean and Harwood head. C. A. Lindsay arid or. And mrs. Robert Clark left thursday morning for san Francisco for a few Days business trill for the school. Tho reverend Wade ii Barnes pastor of the Fellows presbyterian i a by Roll is attending this week Iii Young people s conference at Sequoia like. Wilson All of Bakersfield. I. _ t. J. Bussell is spending several Vuk of a a, or a a timer Riffle weeks with relatives in Ling Beach of Wheeler Gorge. Or. And mrs. Ii. G. Temple and and. In elder left their granddaughter. Barbara Jean monday for a aka Tahoe where they Temple of Mountain View were re will pass a Short vacation before go cent visitors of or. And mrs. Cecil log to Santa Cruz to visit or. A White Kerr a parents or and mrs. Herb the misses Effle Frey and Ruth Walker. Healy of Bakersfield recently spot or. And mrs. To Mcmillan a the afternoon at the Home of or. Visiting in a Hattier at the Horn of and mrs. Of. A Olson. Or. Mcmillan s parents or. And mrs. Guests during Hie week at the de Mcmillan with whom their Home Quot for. And mrs Albert Kine daughter Pamela is passing the Eurn were or. And mrs. J. Foster and Mer. Children of Amarillo. Texas and or. I or. E. K. Gluyas and her new and mrs. J. M. Barbary of Sayre to it Aby son Horn at Han Lula Obispo of Clit. _ ,. During a vacation trip Are reported or. And mrs Leonard Temple and in serious condition but showing Small daughter Barbara Jean off a a it a health. Are. Mountain flew recently called on kit j ,loll4. Her daughter. Or. And mrs. A. Ii. Conley. Miss Mallei Denlo and Newell Myers of Bakersfield called at the Horn of or. And mrs. A. B. Wilson on wednesday evening. J. A. Merrill recently made a business trip to Taft mrs. Gluyas. Mrs. C. Gerner and daughter. Mrs a or Gina Nicholl and two sons. Larry and churl a of Bakersfield were guests of mrs. To Mcmillan thurs Day hot noon. Daughters Geraldine and Barbara nixed at 8 o clock tonight and son Billy of Superior. Arizona mrs. Charles Thomas spent thurs Are living at the Home of mrs Mer Day with mrs a a. A etch and fam rills Slater and family. Or and by it their country Home. Mrs a Lerv tor Nerlyn. Mrs. Arthur a godhead Accomma Baldwin. Wasco or. And mrs. H. B i sons Raymond and a daughter Dorothy enjoyed a swim j Ming party in the Kern River canal on thursday night. Among the local Rem Iier of the California state co operative Cotton association who attended the annual k. C. Meeting of members and directors from a tuesday at Bakersfield were mrs. Belle Cave and or. And mrs. A. R. Davidson. Mrs. Arling Sternberger. Accompanied by her son a Ernon and daughter Marion and her Mother mrs. Phoebe Ray of Mcfarland transacted business at the county sent on thursday. Or. And mrs leave soon for hot Springs. Lack Berry of Bakersfield is Here t. A. I. Arrived in Mojave on saturday eve Home a wednesday night from a bus Ning for a two weeks visit with his Ness trip to los Angeles. Son and family. Or. And mrs. K. Albert e. Imbler and Ralph Wood Lynn aah Hite. have gone to Cayucos for a George Everett. Sr., and Albert weeks vacation. Cappello were recent Ixia Angeles mrs. Ernest Jenans and her Daugh business visitors. Ter Ernestine Are enjoying a Vaca or. And mrs. I a von Higgins and Tion of two weeks at loverly Hills Riim Sev their i b is Billy Jimmie Gerald and Pat with or. And mrs. J. R. Pinkham. Donald and and miss Ruby Crawford of Dong or. And mrs. Charles m. Bassett lass. Arizona Are the guests of or. And their sons Robert Anil Darrell. Higgin s Mother mrs. Sarah Hig motored to Snelling on sunday gins. It visit Charles Bassett. Mrs. Charles Hawkins is spending a few Days in Lis Angeles. Or. Ural mrs. Jack Lutes und family have gone to Piso to spend their vacation. Mrs. Adam aah est entertained recently at n i of clock luncheon in Honor a it of mrs. A a a it i Beatty. The gusts were seated at card tables and following the luncheon Bridge was enjoyed prizes timing won by to mrs r. F. Casey mrs. V. Schlman die mrs. J. Armstrong und mrs. E. Wasco. July . Keeker returned monday Huntington Park where she spent a month with her Mother who has Bein quite in but is much better. A Ith mrs. Reeker were her daughters a Irginia and Betty. Louts Homfeld Bobbie Jones and Warren Keeker have returned from the y. M. C. A. Camp at Glenville. Who they spent two weeks. Or. And mrs. Joe English and Don Bennett Are spending a few Days at Pine Flats. Or. Bennett returned sunday from to Angeles where he for a visit of several Davs with Bis spent several Days. Friends or. And mrs. Arling Stein air. And mrs. R Scribner of Holt Berger Ville Imperial Valley who were re Virginia Sternberger is at Green cent guests of or. And mrs. D. M. Horn Mountain Park. Where she is Warson Are moving to Wasco to the guest of her grandparents or make their Home and mrs. A. Sternberger sunday services in local churches 24-hour self help ice stations nineteenth and Baker streets 1817 g Street Central California ice co. Phone 146 first Church of Christ scientist eighteenth and c streets first Church of Christ scientist of Bakersfield a Branch of the Mother Henry Gilroy will Church the first Church of Ghrist vacation visit at scientist in Boston a mass., conducts i services at it a. In and at 8 p. In. The wednesday evening meeting at 8 o clock includes testimonies of Healing in Christian silence. Sunday school Convene at 9 30 Munday mornings for pupils up to the ago of 20 and at la o clock for pupils under 12. The Public is invited to enjoy privileges of the Reading room maintained by Tho Church at 5 Maber fete Arcade open daily except Aud holidays from 10 a. In. Until 9 p. In., dosing wednes Day at 7 p. In. Open on holidays and sundays from 2 until 4 in in. The subject for next sunday s Les son Sermon is Quot life Quot Grunow refrigerators radios John r. Huff phone 2420 1682 Chester Avenue Sun Kono Herb co. Consultation free our wonderful chinese herbs for chronic or acute aliment of kidney liver or Throat asthma Etc. Also very effective for women s disorder trouble. 2230 k St., Corner of Twenty third mennonite Brethren Buri ii Corner of Miller and Moti Derey streets. P. N. Herbert pastor. Sunday school. 9 30 a rn., with j. T. Kroeker. Superintendent morning service. 10 30 of clock. Subject of Sermon Quot kept for the master s use Quot or Quot Why Are christians Oil Earth a evening. Young Peoples program. Wednesday 7 30 p. In., Bible study and prayer meeting. Church of god Chester Avenue and Decatur Street Oil Dale. R. R. Green. Pastor. Quot unified service Quot 9 45 a m. Lesson. Quot social service in Tho Early Young Peoples service at 7 p. In. Nature of the service will he group meetings Amateur radio service. Evening serv vice 7 45. Music in charge of music committee. Message by the pastor. Prayer meeting aah Edne Sivay t 30 p. In. Finite Baptist Church Rev. L. J. Frye minister meeting at the Williams school auditorium Bible school 9 30 a rn., with classes for All Ages. Morning worship 10 t5 a in. Bible study and Young Peoples meeting in Jefferson Park. 7 p. In. Evening worship. 8 a rn., with Union service in the Park. Midweek prayer meeting 8 p. Rn., wednesday at the Arnold Home on Frances Street Ali Chlam Park. Miss Erna Purdy will be in charge. Billie study Friday evening 7 30 p. Int brother and mister Morton a. Fri Birch of the a rare be fourth Street arid Chester Avenue. Reverend e. J. Ewell pastor sunday school 9.45 a. In. Eli in micks superintendent. Morning worship period a in. Reverend Erwin g. Benson and a menus quartet from Pasadena College will have charge of the service. Young Peoples meeting at 7 p. In. Evening Tri ice. H of clo. K. On the Church Lawn. The pastor will he the speaker. Subject. Quot the Crossroads of mid i week prayer service. Aah Edo Day at 8 p. In. F Hur Yii of the Brethren Palm and a streets. Leonard Bitkin pastor. Sunday school. 9 40 a in., superintendent mrs. Myrtle Fox. Morning service la o clock. Sermon Quot the ageless theme. Text. Psalm 66 8-20. Evening service 7 45 o clock. Sermon Quot Row an anti Christ aah As saved a text i John 4 1-3. Song service 6 45. 45, prayer meeting aah wednesday 7 30 p. In. Open air service at Beale Park thursday to p. Tit. I Introit of Christ eagles Hail. Evangelist j. David Taylor of Fresno pastor. Sunday school. To a. Tit. Morning service la of clock text hebrews 6 1-4. A a going on unto evening service. S o clock in Oil Dale. Text Matt. La 20 to 28 Quot the suitor s first presbyterian Church Corner of seventeenth and h streets. Reverend John Murdoch pastor. Sunday school 10 15 a. In. Summer schedule. Morning or ice la o clock theme a the test that is text Matthew 7 16. Special music. No evening Church service during july and August. Christian Endeavor societies. Juniors la a in. High school to 3n p in. Young Peoples 4 30 p. In. Trinity Aiellio it lit it Burel co in a Niles and King streets. East Bakersfield. Ernest Birdsell Cole. Pastor. Sunday school. 9 45 a. I. Morning service la of clock. Subject Quot set up a Jesus Christ sets that Quot Start aril Quot when he says Quot follow evening service 8 of clock United services at Jefferson Park Trinity Church will co operate with the Ottier churches in this service prayer meeting and Bittie study at 7 30 p. In each wednesday. F first it Aureli seventeenth and g streets. Reverend a. A Donat Basto. Church achoo is held at the a in. Tim Friend hip i tass for adult b d to it i reverend George Dalzell meets at in of clock morning service at it of clock. Service dedicated to or h. Park est adman the noted Ghristian Lender and preacher of tin inst Gen Erat Ion. Sermon subject Quot the Fie ments of Christian Young people meet at 6 30 in tile evening. F first Alel Hoisl Church Truxtun Avenue and la Street Grover Ralston pastor. Sunday school 9 45 in. In. Mrs. Ii w. Iai Tige superintendent. Morning service ii o clock first Baptist Church. Text Luke 15. 4. Subject Quot the heart of evening service 8 of clock first methodist Church Lawn. Text St. John in subject Quot How and aah by religion 6.3u p. In., Epworth league. First 4 Brist no Church sixteenth arid i Street. Charlesll. Illume minister Bible school 9 45. Class at 9 30, Sermon and communion Ai 10 45. Subject Quot sin and likening Sermon at 8 o clock. Subj. To Quot in this our senior Ghorle tian Endeavor is sunday evening choir. I. John s lutheran 4 Liureri Corner of twentieth Ami c Street.-, let i a. Kueffner pastor services during the summer Are held every sunday and begin catty at id a a tile pastor will speak on the subject. Love for the word of god Pouti Rai a0v4stisimint Poi it Cai adv Mim fat political ave tim of it a attention property owners and taxpayers in Fairfax Weed Patch and Panama Greenfield areas state Engineer explodes argument being made for annexation we promoters of annexation of the areas South of Bakersfield to the Delano Mcfarland Utility District have told the people that annexation to the i Utility District was necessary so application could be made by them for water and Power from the Central Valley project. Knowing thut the Central Valley project did not contemplate the delivery of either Waler or Power to Hie areas South of Kern River we asked the slate Engineer for the True facts Iii relation to the status of these areas to the Central Valley project and his answer follows s271 7 1 Nizy Sacramento California 15 july 15, Vav. Mccowan hi78 Chester Avenue reference is made to your Telegram dated july 11. 1958 Stop. Investigations of this office show that the irrigated lands in the Panama and Greenfield areas and areas under the East Side anal in Kern county Are not in need of a supplemental water Supply Stop. Present plans do not contemplate the production at or transmission of electric Energy from Friant dam of Central Valley project. Signed Edward Hyatt this dears up one More misrepresenting statement of the promoters of the demo it l Arland District. Vote a so Quot special Flection tuesday july 21 protect your i and Vav. C. Mccowan chairman property owners and taxpayers committee of Kern county. 1878 Chester Avenue Bakersfield. Phone 8832

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