The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 27, 1936 · Page 12
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12 THE DAKEKSFIRLD CALIFORNIA?*, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 193B Mrs. Esbenshade Home From East After purohonInK n InrKO Hlork of ftport KU'O.ir fi»r Dip womrn'H ilopart- Uiont of tho Unrry differ Hton>, Mr*. Klomnro KMicnslmil' 1 him n-ltirncil from n flvp-wwk stny In N>« Turk City. llor Rolectlonw worn confine:! to Bporls war find Include n l;irK» assortment of knll purnifiilx. who •.Iso visited Chlencn irmrkttH. • » » An Ohio Stnto I'nlvoifilt.v »>rofo»- •or contend" Hint boyH urn morn ex- CltPrt by movie Kronen limn <rlrlH. Club Planning Informal Dance and Supper for Saturday Eve ;S of the Kern Hwlnn dub will eujny ft frolle fiftturdny ex'«- nt the club hnll on tho mine ! rone). Preparations nre being nwde | for IIM Informal evening of dune-Ink' I to liegln nt 8:30 o'rloek. Mui<lr will he furnished liy tho AtlffuHt 1'rti- nott-j orchestra. rhrl" Andron In chnlnnnn of the eonimlltee In charge und ho In being ' n»RlMed by <'hrln X.llllif, ChnrloH Xtiorchor, Alfred Tobler, Fred Ore i cllif nnd Fred P. OnlRher. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. C'nlKher urn In ! • rhnrge of the mippor which will bo! i nerved nt midnight at tho conclusion I of tho dancing. The danco and fuippor Is ono of n series otijoyed by the club and the pnrtk-H will be continued through the fall nnd winter scnson. New Designer at Local Flower Shop Jiinion Mote of JJOH AnfrolcN. -for 10 yonrd a ileslRnnr In flower shops of (1)': Hoiilliliuifl. IH now connei'teil ivllli TJnkerffflcld Klmver Shuppn, 10G!I ('homer avenue, It wna un- noiineod lii-re today. Ills cunnertlrjn n-llli tins whiip begins thlM week. TI'XA ANCI.KK \VOKKS HARD LOlMTKIl HAY, N. .S., Allfe'. 2(i. (t.T. I'.) -A vlHlUng HportBinHil reported rntchliiK 20 tli^a hero wltliln two weeks with a rod and line. The rntrh totalleil three tons. I I MAKE DAUGHTER'S CLOTHES OP ... rr PRINTS 15 c yd. Finest percale w«'v« offered at lie. She can h«vt> more dresses than usual I And they'll be better dresses, too. PAST COLOR Pall patterns. Darker colorings. 30 in. "Pinnacle" Prlnb, yd 19e Woven Plaid Suiting, yd. .... I9c WARDS SENDS AMERICA BACK TO HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE / SCHOOL Dresses HCGULAMLY Me 53 AH are nsw! Smart Pall styles! FAST COLOR percales or broadcloths! Prints or deep shades. 2 to 0; 7 to 14 yr. sises. YOU OCT REAL QUALITY SHIRTS FOR ONLY Wards K'VPS you new piUtornnl Plaids! Stripes! PlnliiH nnd whiten! Now styles, many with non-wilt rollim*! All fast colors! All proRhrunk. Knll rut . . . and tailored to fit. Sl*es II to 17. DRESS SLACKS ........ 02.O8 YOUNG MEN'S OXFORDS ..»!.!»« SPORTS SWEATERS ....... 0«c SHIRTS, FOR DRESS . . . $1.49 DUKE OF KENT TIES ...... 4De Very Specially Priced for Thursday-Friday-Saturday SQUARETOCS AND HEELS TAILORED 98 INCREDIBLY LOW PMICCDI I Tweed suits and sports frocks demand tailored oxfords. Wards have the newest style with perforated trimming. New Fall shade of brown, or black. 3'^ to 8. Widths: A to C. MORE MILES ( ?tf PER FOOT IN ROCK-OAK LEATHER SOLES Exceptional at this price! Wards pay extra to get the "Rock Oak" leather soles—but you don't) Black. 2'/i to 6. Also,boys'trousercrease oxfords priced at only 1.98! LOWES' PRICE WE'VE IVER OFFERED ON... i.Ess CHIFFONS 45 • Pint Quality • Putt, Fr»ik Silk Think of It—RI.NGIJSS8 chiffons with all the feature* th«st> have at 45c! Smart new shades. Reinforced fret, lift H supply! WORK SHIRTS 54 You can find other shirts at this price—but NUT of this qual- ityl Save! Buy NOW1 Covert or Chambray. Men's sizes H'/i to 17. Boys' Work Shirts . . 4le Montgomery Ward TWENTY-FIFTH AND CHESTER TELEPHONE €060 HAMPELS LEAVE ON IP TRIP To Sail From San Francisco Soon; to Visit Orient and European Cities Mr. and Mrs. John Ilnmpcl will Ball from Hun Francisco, September 21 on a trip around the world which will occupy their tlmo for tho next six iiionlb.H. Mrs. Jlampol was the former Mrs. Gertrude Webster, prominent In club and social circles here. Her wedding was an event of the cnrly summer. Tho Unmpols will make their first Btop at Yokohama and after spending two wccka In Japan will no to I'elplng, KhtinghRl nnd Hongkong, China for two weeks. They will make additional stops In Manila, Ball, Java, Batavla, Singapore, Penang, Snngoon, Colombo, Bombay, Port Said and Cairo. They will spend tho Christmas and New Year holidays In Cairo. Leaving 1 Kgypt they will return to Europe with stops at Naples, Genoa, Milan, St. Moritz and Paris. Thoy will nail from homo from Havre and return through the canal zone. They will pay a visit to Bakci-sflold before returning to Oakland to make their home. Uphold Commodity Exchange Statute (United t'rcss Leased Wire) CHICAGO, Aug. 27.—A Federal Court ruling today upheld the constitutionality of tho commodity exchange act, describing It merely "an extension of tho provisions of the grain futures act," already declared constitutional by tho United States Supreme Court. Federal Judge John B. Barnes denied a petition brought by tho Chicago Mercantile Exchange asking an Injunction to restrain enforcement of tho law, Tendency Shown in Kern County to Consolidate Rural School Districts G RA: of \DUAL decrease In tho number school districts In Kern county over a period of years is noted by study of statistics In the office of Herbert L. Hoaly, county superintendent of schools. The county now has 88 common school districts, 10 union districts and six high school districts. Tho decrease In districts has come about through consolidation of smaller dl«trlcts, the larger schools thus provided giving more opportunity to the rural school child. Transportation facilities make the union of districts feasible except In entirely Isolated mountain districts, the county superintendent believes. At tho close, of the 1935-30 school year, there were 31 one-teacher schools, 21 two-teacher schools, seven three-teacher schools; five four-teacher schools; six five-teacher schools and 32 schools having six or W.R.C. WILL HOLD grammar schools In tho county, ono more than the year previous. Miss Blair Home From Alaska Trip After a three-week trip to Alaska and a visit with friends in Grants Pass, OresTon, Miss Beulah Blair, teacher of the first grade at Fremont School, arrived homo this weak... Slio embarked from Vancouver July 2-1 on the Canadian liner Prince Robert and docked In Seattle August 10, on her return trip. The voyage was her second to Alaska. She went as far north as Dawson In tho Yukon territory. Miss Blair stopped In Sltka, old Russian capital, and visited friends In Skagway; she enjoyed crossing tho Sawtooth mountains via train, going to Carcross where she look tho boat to Atlln and on to Ben My Chrce (Girl o* My Heart). A short stay was mado In Julieau, coming and going. Among- experiences enjoyed were a visit to tho largest pulp,und paper mills on tho Pacific coast, on the Powell ' river, British Columbia, a visit to tho old Russian cathedral at Sltka, to tho sunken gardens In Victoria, a stop at tho Oregon cavea, sight of bear and Moose In Alaska, a trip by Taku glacier near Juneau and a visit to the Presbyterian School and Sheldon Jackson Museum at Sitka. 5tlHS Blair's travels during the last few years have taken her through the Panama canal to Central Amur- lea, Havana and New York City, to Hawaii, the South Seas, New Zealand, tho orient and to Alaska. WASHINGTON MARKET 1917-1919 L Street PHONE 1083 FREE DELIVERY Friday and Saturday Specials Mission TUNA- NO. '/ 2 can...'.. II 12 C TOMATO JUICE— Del Monte; . •} No. 1 Weans MATCHES—Western I A. Favorite..6 Ige boxes lOU Morton's SALT can FLY FOIL .quart can 29c PUREX .half gallon I6c Crystal White C SOAP V cakes ISc Tyler's BLACK B_ PEPPER 2-er. can VV Dutch Lunch BEER— 3 can ,25c Cold.. Canada Dry GINGER I 7. ALE large bottle • •*• Small, 10c MACARONI or » SPAGHETTI... tlbs. Palace SWEET CORN No. Z can 9c Del Monte SARDINES... V cans 3can.25C CORN FLAKES .package 7c ROUND STEAK .Ib. 22c POT ROAST .Ib. I2c SIRLOIN STEAK .Ib. 22c Fresh Ground BEEF 2i b .25c LEG OF LAMB .Ib. 22c CHUCK STEAK .Ib. I3c Fancy No. 1 A TOMATOES £|bs. Los Angeles C SWEET CORN..U for Bellefleur APPLES. 10 S 25c Box, 59c LETTUCE— Large Solid. 2, 9c TOMATOES .lug 29c BANANAS 3 , lOc PEARS 3 lOc Lug, 75c Bakersfield Grocery Co Corner Nineteenth and L Streets FREE DELIVERY—PHONE 435 ftr Ytir Ctnv*nltnn Os*n Evsnlnfi and Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday Prices Rinso Rlnso—Large Package Small Package 10c I9c Canned Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, Hominy, Kraut or I Aft String Beans can IUG Macaroni or Spa- C-lb. ghettl O box Fresh Eggs— Medium doz. 26c Golden State Flour 24/ 2 -lb. sack 69c Tomato Sauce. 25c Grahams or Soda Crackers . . . .2-lb. box 25c Campbell's Pork and I Aft Beans large can IIIC Tru Blu Milwaukee . Beer In cans lOc SONOMA COUNTY WINES Claret...' gal. Sherry, Muscatel or Port gal. Bring Your Jug Wholesale Grocery Prices Are Climbing—Stock Up at These Low Prices Here While You Can Trust Funds Will Get Huge Amounts SACRAMENTO, Aug. 27.—Dr. Oscar Hauge, deputy state director of finance, said today the state Is Investing approximately $5,000,000 a year In bonds for six state trust funds. He said about $2,500,000 goes into bonds anually as an Investment for the California Teachers Retirement fund. Department Inspector to Pay Visit Here Soon; Dinner Is Planned To practice for Inspection, September S by Mrs. Pearl Cross, San Francisco, department Inspector, officers and members of Hurlbut Woman's Relief Corps No. 116, auxiliary to th» O. A. R. will convene tonight at 7:80 o'clock at Memorial hall. Mrs. Lena Baldwin will preside; eh* 16 requesting a full attendance of the board and membership. On September 8 Inspection will b« held at Memorial hall, tho meeting beginning at 1 o'clock. PotlUpk dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. J. Bruce Payno la chairman of dinner arrangements. Members convened Tuesday at Memorial hall. Visitors Included Mesclttrnc-3 Nellie Shaney, Vanessa Harr, Lizzie Heasley and Anna Landwchr, all of Taft. OTMM SIC V4U/M AT » CCNTS Your' nickel* and dimes will do "double' duty" at 1GA thii week. Shop and- save during this big value event. PAROWAX . . . pkt. IQe IGA KIDNEY BEANS lOe POST BRAN FLAKES lOc PUFFED RICE pk{. lOc H. B. SLICED BEETS can IQo WRIGLEY'S GUM , 3 for lOo OVALTINE 6 01. 31c U ox. STc WHITE KINO Granulated Soap Largo Pkg. 31c RED "A" COFFEE 1-lb. Pkg. 17c GOLD TOASTED CORN FLAKES 3 for 2Oc MEATS PIG FEET 4 for 15c PLATE BOIL 2 lb«. iSc SLICED LIVER Ib. 15c SMALL HEARTS Ib. 15c FRESH GROUND BEEF Ib. ISc SEGO MILK TALL CANS 2 for I Be POWDERED SUGAR 2 Ibs. I So IGA SHAKER SALT 2 for I So IGA SPICES 2-OZ. CANS 2 for I5o TRUPAK DILL PICKLES ean I fie OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, 3 for 20c CANNOT SCRATCH—MADE WITH SEISMOTITE An unusual array of these "pep' IG up" foods will be found at IGA this week! NORTHERN TABLE PEARS . FANCY LARGE UTAH CELERY .2 for ISc FANCY LARGE SELECT TOMATOES . 5 Ibs. ISc 3 Ibs. ISc 4Ibs. ISc NANCY HALL YAMS. CHINO EVERGREEN CORN 5 ears ISc NEW CROP BELLEFLEUR APPLES 6 Ibs. ISc STORE LOCATIONS Marty's Greotry Bell's Grocery Libby's Grociry 1611 F Uriel 800 L Street 1000 Pacific Strut Pheni 801 Phone 1893 Phone Jilt

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