The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 5, 1944 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 5, 1944
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4 Tucsdoy, September S, 1944 $he Sakrrcftelt) California!! MONTGOMERY WARD . ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES! Hardware and Electricals Smooth, pliant, strong white cotton. ?H-inch thick! Use for windows or clothes-line. Rust-resisting Steel Nails 8c Sharp-pointed nails ; . . easy to drive. Choice of 8, 10, 16, 20, or 30 penny sizes. All-Purpost Screw Driver 85' Tempered steel hliido (irmly set in a polished hardwood handle. Overall U inches. Graduated to a 16th of an inch on both sides. Made of seasoned maple with plated steel joints. Welded Steel Oil-Can S9c Vi-pint capacity with a 6-inch spout! A heavy, precision-mad* oil-can... a real buy at this pricel Long Handle Shovel 59 Blade and socket forged from one piece of carbon steel. i > 48-inch sanded, ash handle. Drop-Forged Cold Chisel 35 C A tough, sharp cold-chisel, built for hard work. Blade Is '/2-inch wide. Other sizes avail Glass-top Electric Fusetl Sc Heatproof, shockproof. U. I. Ap» proved. You have your choice of 15, 20, 25, or 30 ampere siies- Wards Bakelite Receptacle 45c Stronger, lighter than porcelain! Takes aM standard plugs. Extra long plaster "ears"! 314-inch octagon box with knockouts on oH sides and on the bottom. 1 Vi inches deep. Electric Wiring Book 39c 122 pages with 230 pictures. . how to install wiring in old or new buildings. A handy book. Sterilized blued steel, flat-head tacks in a choice of four lengths... ?8, Jii. \i or ?i6 inch. Sale Price! 79c Steel knobs and plates with a new zinc-plated finish that looks like dull chrome. 1 key. 12-Inch Hacksaw Blades 8c _ Tungsten steel for toughness . . : heat treated for flexibility! 10 and 12 inch blades also available. 16x7x7 inches i . ; spot welded for extra strength! Removable partition tray; hasp and catches. Heavy Felt Weatherstrip 3 c Per Foot Here's the inexpensive way to keep cold drafts outside! Tack R around doors and windows. Toggle Switch Ea. 14' Brown, bakelite case . . . smaller but stronger than porcelain. Replace that faulty switch now/ Package of Assorted Sandpaper lOc 20 sheets of sandpaper..»from fine to coarse assorted grits. Sheets are 4'/2 by 5 inches. Fine for electrical uses and household jobs. Strong, tacky . .; practically ravel-free 4 ounce roll, 15-Wart Fluorescent Bulbs 57c Replace your old, worn-out fluorescent bulb with a new GE Mazda. See them at Wardsl Triple Outlet 12c Convert one outlet into three, with this handy plug. Brown bakelite case is ligh* but strongl Shockproof Porcelain Covers 29c Non-corrosive, glazed white finish ... fine for damp location*. Comes eauiooed with pull switch. IVlontgomery Ward •jt Visit our Catalog Department for items not carried trv the store. Or shop by phone—from the catalog pages. Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone 7-7871 "Where Parking Is Easier" Shaffer Faculty Has Opening Meeting T!uc" new faculty inp:nln>r.s were int i -<nh;ceii in tin; 14 othrr teachers last wr-ck when tliP fii'-'t faculty! meeting of Hie ni'W school yrar was In-Ill at Shafler llinh School. ln-1.1 :it Sh.-ifin- With l'nni'ip;il With Principal II. \\'. Kdly presiding, tlip irnctlng was held at " : p. ui. in thp bnine cionomics room. Mr. Kelly introdiii cd the tbrpp new ' te.ii her.- who will r-otnplftp the faculty roster f ( ,r thp new school year. Included were Mrs. Ella Johnson, j home economics io.-ii uotor, who ha« the bar-In lor of arts decree from Santa I'.arbara Stale O'ullcgc: Miss 'ilaihs Ilenier. ir-a.-her of English and public speaking, who lias the Kansas Slate Collec.!.; -ind Miss .Ican- mlte Wheeler. English teacher, who I I M V 1 1 I ft \t-_i i . I i i;\ i t i- , ,(' i f t 4J i 11 , it i-.-iii ri-.-it-.-i mile u m-eicr. i-.nciisii teacher, who has ihp bachelor of arts dcgrp** from the fnlvprsity of I'.ililornia at Los Anodes and graduate wui k at the I 'niv-i sity of ^oii'h' i n ('alifoi nia . Air. Kdly e.\plaincd the routine pioiedure fur 11 uisl rat ion as we|| as Hie mechanics ,f the beginning of school. While students were to enroll in tin- attcndarici* office, teach-- ir-- were asked to be in their class- I is to assi.-t st.iilenis in an ad\ i^i a•>' i a pa ci t \-. A uriii|iie feature of tlii> faculty thi> \-p.-ir is the fact thai there are nine men and eight women teachers. Fellows Social Club Will Meet Wednesday KKI.I.mvs. Sept. r,.-...\|embers of Christmassy cos turn I the I'ast Xoble < Ira nd SIM Club nf ,,f i|, f , Umadway hi ' S.imarilan llehoNah l.udno of Kcl. (iirls." « raps a Vi Inws will be entertained at the hnlne ; |,,r her seabee hush; cif Mi.-. Sibhie Baker in iJerby Acres , ; , reminder that C'l , Kiithe Reid ml. Which is . ristmas pack- •Jeplember i;. Mrs. Kllxaboih Merry, , a;;cs fi.r servicemen abroad must president, will conduct, the business | be ui.iilcd between September J ."> meeting. : ,,,,,] (i,.|,,i,r. r ].-,, Mrs. Hiett tp Lead SchirmeiLeague r>KI,AXO. Sept. n.—Mrs. Tlol>r-rt Ilpnry Iliftt, .Jr., vas eleclpil presi- dcnt of thp western division of the Schiriiu'r Ancestral I.P.-IRUP, at the rpcent n'iPPting of I IIP I<pagnp, which was held at her country home north- wpst nf Delano, slip will IIP assisted by hPr sistpr, Mif. Clpo Scrivpn.' as vlrp-prpsidrul: Mrs. Otto B'lPtlclipr. Jr., spci-ftnr.v: Miss CnrliMta linns, trpapin-pr; and Mrs. l.oyd Hell of Meridian. Idnho, historian. Mis. Parl Hang. nntKoing prPsi- dcnt, ru'esided at tlip busiiipss session. Mis. Otto Boettcher. Sr., presented the prngrnili. Xumbers were a vocal solo by Delanp IliPtt, accompanied at the piano by her sislnr. Maryallce Iliett: and a \-ocal trio by I'atricia and Marietta Hocttcher, and Dun Hiett. r'hairmcn of coinrnittpc nrrnriKing the reunion were Mrs. Harry Mlott, Miss I.aiuine fiocttcher, and Mrs. ('leo Scrivpn. A. W. V. S. Bond Sale Gets Under Way TAKT. Sept. , r i.—The A. AV. V. S. project for the sale of war bonds is gelling underway this*wee|<. with HIP opening of a room in the Kox hntpl building. Plans for the room were laid at HIP last regular board meeting of the organi/ation. and (lie public is invited to bring articles to be sold, the money thus realized to be convened into war bonds for the seller. Mrs. n. H. Sliinn and Mrs. Walter •i. vice-chairman of the '. S.. will go to Fresno on September n. where -Mrs. be beard over a radio broadcast from a Fresno and sponsored by the PERSONAL MENTION JAMES A. JOYCE, superintpnileiit of the Tnft Klpmcntary School District, is calling a faculty meeting for Thursday. WILEY K. PETERSOX, of Mnri- copn, has bppn attpnding Teachers' Institute at Greenhorn. Appoint Mrs. Winslow Prisoner Specialist MR. A.VD MRS. CARL MONTGOMERY and their four daughters of Las Vegas, > T evada. sppnt thp holiday wppk-end in the Delano district us Rtipsts of Mrs. Montgomery's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Shearer. Tholr daughters, Martha Joan, < '.'irlnmao, Mnryetta and Carol Ann Montgomery, remained with Mr. and Mrs. Shearer to attend Delano district ! schools. 'MR. A.\D MRS. I,KST,IE IIOLTOX I and their sou, Robert. \vhr> have made their homo in L,os Angeles for the past two years, have returned to Delano to reside, and are guests of Mr. Molton's aunt, Mrs. Fannie Shifflet, until their house is ready for occupancy. MRS. AXTOX NELSON and baby soji. i'hristopher, of Delano were northbound passengers recently for BerUclpy where they will make their home, and Mr. Nelson will join them in the near future. MR. AND MRS. ARNOLD HORN of Delano have as their house guest for a visit of several wepks, Mrs. Claud Sliced, of Lake City, Arkansas, sister of Mr. Horn whom ho had not seen Tor -0 years. MRS. LA CRUNCH HOETTCHER is convalescing slowly from a recent serious illness at the home of Mr. HoPttchor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otto BoettcliPr, Sr., of Delano. MRS. fl.ARA SWARTS returned to her Delano home recently from a visit of several weeks In Palo Alto with her brother, Milton BlacU- burn and family. MISS .JACQUELINE MORRIS of Delano has gone to Los Angeles where she will continue her studies at the University of California at Los Angeles. MR. AND MRS. HOMER SHOE- MAKKR of Delano have as their guest their daughter, Mrs. Lyle ToltVr of l.lakersficld. MISS BARBARA .JANE RICHARDS of Pixl«>y was a Saturday night shopper in Delano in company with f i lends from J'ixley. TAFT. Sept. 5.—The Home Service Department of the AYest Side Oilfields Chapter, American Red Cross, announces that Mrs. Ralph X. \Vlnslow has been appointed prisoner of war specialist, to aid families of prisoners. It will be Mrs. Win.sluw's duty to answer any questions about location of camps, treatment >,f prisoners, cables, letters and parcels and other questions pertaining to prisoners of war. The local chapter has received a supply of cartons of the next of kin for any who wish to send parcels to prisoners In Axis Europe. There are also on hand a supply of specially printed postcards, the use of which is expected to speed censorship and delivery of prisoner- of-war mail. Mrs. Winslow may be contacted at the chapter's new location in the Reader building on Center street, or at her home at 429 Philippine street or by telephone. Gray Ladies Trainees Sought on West Side TAFT, Sept. 5.—Ladies who are interested in registering 1 for the course in Gray Lady training should call Rod Cross headquarters or Mrs. Warren Kraft, chairman of Gray Lady Corj>s. The classes start today, SoptPm- ber .". The lectures will cover Red Cross organisation and regulations, psychology of the sick, hospital routine and specific duties. Upon completion of the course and passing a written examination, successful candidates will be assigned work at Ihe army hospital. MONTGOMERY WARD DON'T GET CAUGHT THIS WINTER . . . Insulate Your Home NOW, against High Fuel Bills! USE WARDS GRANULATED Rock Wool Bag covers 18 sq. ft. 3 inches deep. $ 1.19 When the heaf from your house*? melts the sriow off the roof, you are paying for wasted heat:—heat that's escaping through the roof) Wards Granulated Rock Wool keeps heat inside . ; ; can cut your fuel bills as much as 30%. Easy to install, too, because it POURS! You just pour it between your attic joists, level it off, and the job is done. As quickly and simply as that! Why not come in today, and get a complete estimate of the cost of insulating your home. It's entirely free. Remember, winter's just around the corner! Nothing to Pay 'til December! Yes, you can insulate now and not pay a cent until December! Even then all you do it make the first payment ... you have 12 more months to pay the balance! AT WARDS YOU'LL FIND AN INSULATING MATERIAL FOR EVERY INSULATING PROBLEM Fluffed Rock Wool. Lowest in price. Bag covers 18 square feel, 3 inches $1 11 deep I n 11 Rock Wool Baits. Price is for a carton of 16 hatts.' 8x15x2:5 inches Cotton Blanket Insulation. Price is for enough to cover 100 sq. ft $ 2.6I '5.50 Mineral Fill Bag covers 18 square $4 AA feet, 3 inches deep. Per sack I«UU IVlontgomery Ward Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone 7-7871 "Where Parking Is Easier" MONTGOMERY WARD WARDS "Commaiider" MOTOR OIL SALE ENDS SATURDAY/ Quart I iir. Federal Tax • GOOD LUBRICATION at LOWEST COST! • FOR CARS, TRUCKS, TRACTORS! . Compares in quality with motor oils selling up to 20c a quart! So why pay more than this amazingly low sale price! Here's what you get when you buy "Commander": (1) An oil that's refined from finest naphthenic base crudest (2) An oil that's pure, and wax-free! (3) An oil that's tough ... full-bodied ... filtered to resist carbonization! "Commander" is the kind of oil you want for economical... dependable performance. Sale ends Saturday ... so get it NOW, at big savings! Bring your containers. SALE! Hi-Pressure er Cup Crease, 5 lbs« • • 63 Your choice of two top-quality greases, both at a low sale price! Same nigh quality as a Nationally Known Brand. Will not clog fittings or harden. Sal* I Grease Gun, spring-fed, 12" barrel 2.99 IrMontgomery Ward and Chester Phoue 7-7871 "Where Parking Is Easier" USD Nominating Committee Named DELA.VO. .Sept. B.—The local L'nited Service Organisation has- appointed the nominating; committee for selecting new officers for the current fiscal year. Mrs. .Mary Uadovich will serve as chairman of the committee and will be assisted by Mrs. Chester Ilainlin of Earll- inart, Mrs. C. Arthur Fayle and Messrs. Samuel Underbill and Mitchell E. Konton. Alpha Hebekah Ixxlge has taken the project of donating cigarettes for the men stationed at Delano Air Base, being the addition to a growing list of community organizations dolngr this. Fellows, Gardner Ball Game Called FELLOWS, Sept. 5.—The Fellows women's Softball team journey to Gardner Field recently and phiyed a team composed of "WACS stationed at the field. The game was called nt the end of the seventh inning because of darkness and the score at that time wn.s a tie, 12-12. The two teams will play on the Fellows field next week, the dale to he announced later. The captain of the Fellows team in Mrs. June Winslow. Coaches are f'arl Penny and Jim Fuller. After the same at C't.irdnpr Field, Fellows women enjoyed a visit to barracks occupied by the WACS. Now you can be a Locomotive fireman About $220 base pay This is one of Southern Pacific's finest jobs—and normally not ensy to get. Today, wo have a few openings—no experience needed to start. After a couple of weeks; or so or training yon can qualify ns a regular R. R. Fireman . . . get right up there in the cab with the engineer and go places. (By the way, all Southern Pacific locomotives burn oil, not conl. No shoveling. Just turn n valve). No getting around it, this job has a lilt of a thrill to it. It gets in your blood. You'll like S. P. men. Like knowing you're with a company whose biggest war job is still ahead—carrying war materials for the stepped up offensive against Japan. Railroad pass privileges. Fine pension plan. Medical services. A job, men . . . a real job! Look into this today. See or Write B. W. MITCHELL S. F. Station, Bakcrsficld or Your Nearest S. P. Agent Chaplain R. Miller Speaks at McFarland ArcFARLAXD, Sept. 5.—Tho Hev- erend Roscoe Miller, widely known chaplain of llinter Field, spoke a,t Fir-st Methodist Church here last Sunday morning to a large audience. The Keveerend Mr. Miller spoke of his experiences in African and Halian campaigns of the present war. saying- that men and women of the services will return to their native land much as they left and much as veterans of World War I returned home, mentioning that men on the battle fronts have great admiration for the home front, lie said, however, that one thing beyond their toleration was American •strikes in war industries. GENERAL AGENT WANTED for KERN COUNTY \Vell-eslahlislird, old-line, legal reserve Life Insurance Company wants a General Agent to take charge of Kern County. Prefer man with record of personal production and ability to hire, train and supervise agents. Substantial commissions, including override. Thorough training given to prepare you to successfully handle this job. Reply in confidence to Box 833-F. The Itakersfield Californian. COMS GO FASTI , Uie Dr. SchoU'i Zino-p*d> and forget you have conul They in* •tantly stop pain- I ful ihoe friction; lift pressure and quickly, gently remove corns. Cost but • trifle. Sold everywhere. D-Scholls lino-pads NEW kind of ASPIRIN tablet doesn't upset stomach W HEN you need quick relief from pain, do you hesitate to take aspirin because it leaves you with an upset stomach? It so, this new medical discovery, SUPKKiN, is "just what the doctor ordered" for you. Superln It aspirin plus—contains the same pure, safe aspirin you have long known—but developed by doctors in • special way for those upset by aspirin in its ordinary form. Thli new kind of aspirin tablet dissolves more quickly, lets the aspirin get right at the job of relieving pain, reduces the acidity of ordinary aspirin, and does not irritate or upset stomach—even after repeated doses. Tear this out to remind you to get Superin today, so you can have it on band when headaches, colds, etc., strike. See bow quickly it relieves Jpain —how fine you feel after taking. At your druggist's, island 39<- Kern County Merchants ARE EXTENDED AX INVITATION TO VISIT OUR SHOWROOM Now Open With a Complete Line of Everyday and Holiday Lines of • Toys • Games • Gifts • Sundry Lines DAILY 11:00 A. M. to 8:00 P. M. and by Appointment • Wholesale Only SCOTT & GILBERT CO. "LES" SCH \EFKK Representative 304 La Colina Drive La Cresta—1'honc 6-6830 V West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve Yeul HK1IB1B Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm in the West 1434 Nln«U«nth Street, Bakersflcld

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