The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1946 · Page 12
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f 2~"n>»rsdey, December 12, 1946 .V^T J *.~.V ~ * . Csltfcrttian Emenon 3-Way Portable HoAd 523. AC-DC and battery operation. Exceptional range and Miracle Tone. All new features. Sturdy luggage-lype cabinet. leas Batteries. M<7 20 Emerson Phonoradio Model 506. Radio-and-phonograph combination ; \vilh automatic record changer % continuous, playing of 10 in. and 12 in. records. Miracle Tone achieved by new circuit and speaker developments. ^.HandsoBie cabinet of selected wood.;,; *123 2 <>- "Make This a Musical Christmas" Conveniently Located at 1610 Ninetenth Street NAVY P L U S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS! ARMY BLANKETS ,-0. D. 100 per cent " *E fig All Wool .I... «?«»•«« CAMP STOOLS—New, heavy •'canvas seat, . heavy jnachine turned legs, reinforced and collapsible J .. ... JILE SETS — Swiss Pattern, new. Heller brand, set of 12 assorted sizes and shapes. No. O cut. Greatly in demand by model makers. Set... ELECTRIC DRILL—New, "Milwaukee," heavy duty portable "& hole shooter" §27 Ifl Bedding Specials PILLOWCASES Reclaimed, good •'• flf* quality, per-pair. QIB BEDSPREADS White "or assorted colors. Heavy weight &t AA Woven :„.. ;....«? I iw 1 * PAGE TOWELS New If. S. Xavy' Officers. Size 19i38-inch AQl» "Cannon" Brand 1 TO PANTS Suntan, Chino . Shirts to Match WOOL PANTS New, heavyweight O. D, 0E AE Army issue. «Jp*»iwii HELMETS New, flying, ail-leather, ..with respirator and ear pad attachment _ $3.76 as- c RAZOR BLADES, new, sorted brands, single and double edges, pkg. 20 pfrES. . . . . . $1.00 BINOCULARS—New, 8 power prism, government 'issue and' regulated"" price, - -complete \yith» leather carrying;' "- SfiQ Kft" Plus Excise Tax. DISH PANS — Stainless steel, new oval shape to fit sink. Very special Special. RAINCOATS— Reclaimed, color, army Lssne. ' SHIRTS 0. D. Jfew, navy blue, heavy, 50% wool. Navy chief. flJE jl'J style .' v8»««» • PILLOWS 100% Chicken Feathers,, ster- 1 ilized heavy striped $ I IA ticking, like new--, I • IW DOUBLE BUNK BEDS ' Hardwood, natuTal.or O. D. fln- ish,*can be used as twin beds, complete- with spring.- Complete set of 2 beds. Only $14.50 .SWEATERS—New, all wool, O. D. color, Baby Shaker knit, full length _ . ' CM flE Zipner ^w<W» .Hundreds of Items of interest oat usually seen by the buyinj public can be found at Gray's Surplus Store. We invite your inspection, Values galore! Mattress Covers Twin-bed size,, heavyweight; cleaned and " sterilized". ------------- CM •&**!• $1.67 TRENCH. .SHOVELS— New, handles £4i 'inches long. Many .uses, Carry one in your , S 4 06 car . " . . - . . A - ' SOCKS—New, gray color, 50% jvool, army issue, QUA AIL sizes. Pair! W«C Suntjie ef 10 Pairs ...... 53.75 Special Purchase! ( New, O. T>. color. Size 17x17 Inches. -Hemstitched edges, ;6ne count cloth. \ each $2.0O Dozen 100% Woo! Coveralls U. . *fi OC *> p>ag (Fiyins suits). New — U. S. Army Air Corps wuli fun tength gipper ---- GLOVES Ne.w leather "dress type-tolt wrist, wool lined. 'Air J'orce issue - , ' Cn QE Model A-10...:_l •V*«W LINEMAN GLOTES — Full gauntletv-all - : " • leather *.._: New, O. D. color, Jersey knit^lS-in. Xew, all leather - PISTOL BELTS AMMUNITION BELTS TT — Heary caaras, new - Eesulfttlon Tnttr known as "Tin Jackets.", double ' yoke, impregnole treated» G. I. Issue... 89c FLIGHT COATS—Neyr.-? bro^n leather, sheeplined throughout, sheep wool collar, heaw-Veight Model B-8, — Large sizes™. PANTS Army O. D. all-wool; Reclaimed-~~___ill_ SHIRTS 99 C4 to match ; ^.Vftiww ALL ITEMS ADVERTISED ARE USED UNLESS SPECIFIED NEW"' ' ARMY and NAVY SURPLUS STORE 1204 Nineteenth Street In, Bakersfield Hotel Building OPEN EVENINGS : . ' '. . MAIL ORDERS "ACCEPTED " SHAFTER, Dec. 12.—A total of ; $109.03, was collected 'by Shatter • High School "students for the Junior j'Eed Cross in -a. drive concluded December 6. .The; drive was conducted as an-toter-Glass' contest. James Wil- son'js/.class turned in'. $15.60 for an average contribution -of- fiftj'-three cents per student; Robert" Gates' class with $14.81 for a-class average of forty-two cents, whil^Mr. Kitts* group was third-with $14".35 arid an average-of forty-one cents. Arrangements have been made with Junior Red Cross officials to use this money as a student-aid fund at the high school. The money will- thus provide aid for students who heed assistance in order to remain in school. V ii -*' *t'' sSp," t&*>M Shafter;Bazaar iitforjrjday SHAFTER, -Dec. 12!—The Ladies' Aid of the- Union Congregational pChurch will have their, many bazaar ! booths ready for the public by 4 p. i'ltr. Friday, it announced today.' The bazaar and "dinner will be at the Woman's Club building, and dinner will be served from 6:30 until, 8:30. -Many original and novel gifts have been made by the women. A kitchen booth is under the direction-ef Mrs. Dorothy Kirkham, while Mrs. George Guenther will have the millinery booth. Jlrs. Ned Smith and Mrs. Al Eckman have the novelties; Mrs. M. J. Stockton the nursery plants; •Mrs, W. T. Kinman, needlework, and Mrs. Elizabeth Ingram, aprons. Mrs. -Fred Ruhlman has charge of the cooked foods. Among the helpers who worked -•to make this event successful are Ned Smith and Egron Ilajisen, who have made what-not shelves; Mesdames Egrron Hansen, Robert Little, Marion Crocket, P. L. Arnold, Jack Hare, T. V. Little, Homer Craig, Floyd Cooper, George Vannatta, C. J. Vignoia, Merrill Thomas, J. C. Ohan- neson, O. C. Meadows, Rolf Jacobson, John Jacobson, Orvin Mettler, Paul Newell, Ed Kolbenstetter, and Rose Willis. Others who helpod are Mesdames Lee Hobson, Robert Stockton, Gordon Haycock, Wa),ter Poznoff, Ma Mae Mathis, J. H. Arnold, Art Kadel Clayton Montgomery, and Joe Engle. Mrs. ifarry Vannatta, president of the Ladies' Aid, is general chairman. - - GUESTS OF BETAS SHATTER, Dec. 12.—Shatter High School Hi-Y members were guests of ! •Beta Kappa, a group sponsored by i •the Y; W. C. A. of Bakersfield, at a I party at the Bakersfield Y building | on December *9. Twenty-one jnem- ' bers of the Shatter group attended the party. They were accompanied by James Wilson, faculty sponsor. Camera Glub Sets Charter Night Observance DELAXO; Ttee. 12.—The recently organized. Camera Club held its- second meeting Holiday night in Room 2 -at the local high school, when plans were .made for charter night which was set for the second meeting, January 27. At^ that time permanent officers will be elected. Ray Hamilton, who was elected temporary chairman or president, will carry on in that capacity until charter night, it was decided. Plans are to have either the Bakersfield or Los Angeles camera clubs sponsor this new group. •Members of. the club are, Mr. arid Mrs. Ray Hamilton, Donald Todd, George Kouklis, Roy Adams. George Byrne, V. Smith, Robert McCowan, Carl Haagr. George Haddican. Raj- Chambers, Donald Denson and H;-W. Crow. BEATS " "DEATH — Mountain Climber Roekue Gibson, IS, of Bell, fell off a 000-foot cliff, leinded ou a narrow ledge 20 fppt below, cluiis there until rescued by deputy sheriffs. His only injury" was a sprained ankle. Miss Andrews Weds Melvin Gray at Taft TAFT. Doc. 12.—Th'e Gospel Tabernacle was the setting for the wedding of Miss Ernestine Andrews, daughter of Mr. and Urs. H. W, Andrews of 3-2 B street, and Melvin Gray, sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gray, 213 Pierce street. The bride was given in" marriage by her father and the .service was read by the Reverend L. F. Romlne.s. Attendants were Miss Myrna Lockhart as maid of honor and Alvin Gray, brother of the bridegroom, who served as best man. Mrs. Orval Housman sang' "Because"'and "Always," accompanied at the piano • by Mrs, Milton Ross who also played' the wedding marches. The bride is a graduate of. the Taft Union High School with the class of 1945. and the bridegroom, a veteran of the Coast Guard in which he served as coxswain third clats, is employed by the Pacific Gas & Electric Company. Pythian Sisters Elect May Bryant TAFT, Dec. 12.—Slay T>mv Bryant was elected mo>-t excellent chief j of the I^aurel. Temple Xo. SQ, Pyth- 'ian Sisters, at a recent meeting at Castle Hall and will succeed Gladvs Wood. Supporting officers for the 1947 term follow: Muriel McKay, excellent senior; Terry Gould, excellent junior; CSladys Wood, manager; Gayle Kerr, mistress of records:-'and correspondence; Lillian Cousins, mistress of finance; Dorothy Knowles, protector; Jean Brown, guard; Agnes Shaw, installing- officer: Terry Adams.-trustee, and Margaret Watson, musician. ADVERTISEMENT *»f* v_ -- ,„. .„.. Best-Known home remedy for relieving miseries of children's colds. y.stif. OPA "Grandfather" Pants Puzzle Dutch HIGHLAND, Ind., Dec. 11. (UK)— Nick Schoon, Jr., who has been sending clothing regularly to relatives in Holland, received a perplexing "thank you" note for his latest bundle., It said, "Grandfather appreciates the clothes you sent him. Of course," he was a bit puzzled about the pants. They were for a child, not for a' grandfather," Schoon recalled there was an OPA price label on the trousers. "Opa" means "old grandfather" in Dutch Ralph EBuzby Co., Inc. FRESH FROZEN Fruits and Vegetables • Poultry •Fish and Shell Fish Exclusive Distrilnrtors for POLAR FROSTED FOODS WHIP TOPPING • A- Non-Fattening Delicious Topping for Pastries and Sala'ds On Sale at Your Grocer's Wanted! 8y-«h*-\Vorld-«,lafge»t Drug Co. FOUNTAIN HELP Male and Female 48 hour we*k Good ba» pay \ s . nif for «eiv*ne»m«nt TOpvrateiB^grj. tnd AwH. UNITfD-REXAU DRUG CO. - Apply at Your Nearest Owi-Sontag: Orug Store ALCOHOLISM Is a Disease That Wrecks Lives and Homes C If a cure is desired The Alco-Taper Treatment Can Help You All Inquiries Confidential Phone 3-3144 day or night The Alco-Taper Therapy Bakersfield. Calif , LAWNS . Benovating—Re-Seeding Fertilizing—New Lawns Call 2-4594 CARL SUNDSTROM Short Days but still time enough for Photographs ! if you make your appointment :it once, to sit for a photograph and in one visit settle all your Christmas perplexities. ^s^ Yoz/'// save money, too! Dial 2-5272 1004 North Chester in Oildale Electric Irons Plated Ware Proctor Universal ...59.05.$14.10 Creamers and Sugars, Trays, etc. DIAMONDS Registered and Insured Wedding and Engagement Sets Shaeff er Pens and Sets The Last ^'ord in Chatelaine and Individual Pins Eberhard Faber Ball Points WHllXVO Powder Music Boxes (She Will Love One) • Men's Diamond Lodge and Fraternal Rings ; $11.95 up LAY AWAY—CASH or TERMS 2027 Chester in Downtown Bakersfield "WHERE FINE WATCH REPAIRING IS A MUST" fSKHtr CO., 1US, IN EAST BAKERSFiELD GIFTS FOR HER Plastic Handbags Warm Fur Mittens Rayon Panties , Table Cloths Pretty Aprons Tavern Candles Luncheon Cloths All Leather Handbags Bridge Tablecloths GIFTS FOR BABY Knit Booties Cotton Pillows...... Cotton Panties. Cottou Blankets.... Receiving Blankets.... Plastic Paniies— 33e 39e $1.59 GIFTS FOR HIM Plastic ft Suspenders 8 Leather o>n . Gloves .'. $vi AH Leather n Belts 3 Sport d I ft Coats.... V » «« All Wool Jackets Men's Neckties.. Leather $ ( Billfolds- Cotton Unlonsuits.. Broadcloth Shorts.. Cotton Slack ; Socks.. All Wool Socks.. Gifts for the Home 5% Wool Double Blankets 4M-1I). AH Wool Blankets Plastic Shower Curtain with Matching Window Curtain Clothes Hampers Bath Mat Sets Table Lamps Rayon Chenille Spreads Cotton Drapes Card Tables CHENILLE ROBES Eich, deep pile chenille in gay, cheery colors. Misses 12-20; women's Men's Piaid- Fine Cotton Sport Styles. Sixes S., if., GIFTS FOR GIRLS GIFTS FOR Part Wool Sport Sliirts .._ Leather Belts Boys' Undershirts Rayon Panties.. Chenille Robes. Plaid Skirts Plastic Handbags CHENILLE SPREADS will (rive Handsome sifts that years of wear I Extra large double size Raincoats Suspenders

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