The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 14, 1944 · Page 13
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 13

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 14, 1944
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Henderson Is Oildale Rotary Club Speaker "\Vith Glcr.n E. Henderson speaking on "\ViirMnie Problems and Re- conversion : .o Domestic Sales", a nioeUng «f ;he Oildale Rotary club •was held Tuesday in Elliott hall, according to E. D.-Myers, secretary. Mr. Henderson supervised the showing of 2 motion pictures, one about the different types of gears for machines, and the other entitled "Karth Movers," which depicted the construction of roads and air landing Strips in the war theaters. Harry Crosan was the winner of the weekly stamp award. Visitors included: Frank Dlgier, Charles Daly, Harold Pomeroy, und Eric tiinfosty, all from the Bakersfield club; and guests present were: Ivtin Champlin, Charles Pomeroy, E£ Wayne Taylor and W. A. French. . Presiding over the meeting was P. J. Howhaw. Point-free BEEF DISHES tastier with WILSON'S B-V MEAT FLAVOR A blend of rich meat juices and vegetable flavors. Use B-V for making good brown gravy. . . tasty sauces, full-bodied soups. For extra meat flavor, add it to casseroles, stufliilgs, stews, aspics, meat pies, etc. Grand for glazing steaks,chops and roasts. Makes a delicious, nourishing drink, cold, as well as hot. •tttf*. SEE YOUR DEALER NOW FOR BEEF RECIPES REALTY BOARD HEARS JOHNSON LOCAL GROUP HEARS STATE COMMISSIONER Convening Wednesday at Hotel El Tejon for it? first regular meet- Ing after a summer vacation period, the Ba'.tersfield Realty Board welcomed new members and guests and heard a brief message from the deputy commisisoner at the California state real estate department, Perry N. Johnson. Mr. Johnson, who Is here making routine inspection and investigations, told the tgroup that the number of new real estate licenses issued by his office is increasing and that in Los Angeles alone between 130 and 175 applicants take examinations each week. A greater percentage of them are women, he stated, adding that women show that they have studied thoroughly for their tests and are capable. New members who have joined during the summer and were introduced at the meeting are Frank Blick, Freal Harvey and Tlay Anderson. Applications of Claude Richardson and Bill Corbert were presented and accepted by the board. O nests at the meeting included William Bergman and Charlie Ross, as well as Mr. Johnson. Ben Halloway, deputy Kern county assessor, offered for Inspection to all the members a record of sales pertinent to value of land in the county which he has been keeping for the past six years. President. Frank Simon and secretary, Allan Stramler reminded the group that the California Real K.«tate Association war conference takes place in Los Angeles, October 10 to 12. DALT.1ITKR BORN Mr. and Mrs. Tavid Steffey, 1P.2-A El Tejon street, announce the birth of a daughter, Janet Arline, born September 3 at Mercy Hospital. The little girl is their first child. SZMONZZ YOUR FURNITURE// 7e*, nw Min* Simoaii and Ktonen to famous for can. Make your woodwork, furniture, floors and linoleum sparkle likejtew again and stay beautiful. Gives Lasting Beauty SMITH'S FARMERS MARKET "THE BEST FOR LESS" THIRD AND CHESTER Friday and Saturday, September 15-16 PEACHES Q Extra Fancy Large J. H. Hale 5 Freestone Canning Peaches. SPECIAL—LUG $169 1 I PEARS Tehachapi Bartletts. Perfect for Canning. SPECIAL—LUG $139 1 APPLES New Crop Bellefleur. Delicious tof Pies or Sauce. SPECIAL _ 3 "25 TOMATOES Home Grown Red Ripe. SPECIAL 2 ins. 9° i BUTTER Pure Fresh Creamery ... in Quarters. SPECIAL—POUND 49 WHITE KING SOAP POWDER Washes Everything. SPECIAL— PACKAGE i Del Monte PEAS Early Garden Sugar Peas. No. 2 Cans. SPECIAL 15 Albers CORN FLAKES Kiddies' Favorite Breakfast Food. SPECIAL—PACKAGE 4' All Sweet MARGARINE Enriched With Vitamin "A." SPECIAL—POUND 251 ROUND STEAK Tender, Juicy Round Steak. SPECIAL—POUND Hunters Urged to Watch for Tracers Tracer bullets, used sometimes un- vittingly by hunters are a fire men- ice to Kern county's forest l.-ind, -t. F. Cooper, chief of the county ire department said today in a pl< ;i o deer hunters, who take to the voods September l(i, to watch their mmunition for tracers. Kern hunters have always been careful about starting fires ami sportsmen in this county have had consistently through the year, a bol- ter fife record than those in any other California county, he commented. NOTES ABOUT COUNTY PEOPLE DADDY'S HELPER HASTINGS, Neb., Sept. 14. UP)— Five-year-old Holly Clarke watched ier father flit an underground fuel oil tank and decided it was easy. So she did the same thins—with a par- Ion hose. Xow her father is wonder- ng how to get the water out of the tank. SKPJJRAXT AND AIP.S. LKHMA.V IIKKD are announcing- the birth of their first child, a daughter, at the Taft Community Hospital September 7. Sergeant Reed is attending tho Las Vegas C.unncry School. Nov., and Airs. Reed is making her Immo at 12- Rose avenue while he is in training. AIR. AM) AIRS. LEONARD A1KTSCH of T>14 Taylor street are the parents of their first child, a 7 pound. 15 ounce daughter born Wetlnesilay evening. September 6, at the Taft Community Hospital. Mr. Aletsch is an employe of the (Icneral Petroleum Corporation. Alii. AND MRS. NELSON T. HAR- I'OLD of 724 Kern street are announcing tho arrival of a 7 pound, 1:1 ounce son born September 7 nt the Taft Community Hospital. Air. H.'irpold is a civilian employe at Gardner Field. MR. AND AIRS. RALPH \VEC.IS of Cnyama Valley are the parents of a 6 pound, 14 ounce son born on Wednesday, September 6, at the Taft Community Hospital. MR. AXD AIRS. CHARLES ED- AIONDSON of Grass Valley fire substituting as game wardens for Mr. and Airs. A. Fowler of Tupman who tire on their vacation. Air. anil Airs. Edmonson resided in Tupnian before moving to Grays V u Hey. MR. AND AIKS. Kit.NEST GOODMAN and daughters Nola and Lnrna and sun Alfred have returned in their home in Lost Hills aflcr spending a two weeks' vacation at their home on the coast near I'ismo. O. R. KOOKEN of 338 F street. Taft, an employe of the General Petroleum Corporation, underwent a major operation at the. Taft Community Hospital last week. MR. AND MRS. IRVING GROGAN and daughter, Barbara, and son, Richard, have returned to Delano from a recent three-day visit at Cliino and Los Angeles. AHSS PEGGK PLAI'AI has returned to her Delano home after a six months' visit at Seattle, Wash. CORPORAL AND AIRS. .T \.\IES R. O. STIIANDKU ol C.fiS North street are the parents of a 7 poiinil. 4 ounce son born Sfptcm- !«>r >1 at the Taft Community Hospital. Corporal Strander i.s stationed at Gardner Field. AIESDA.MES XKTTIK SMITH. BER- N1CE STEPHENS. HELEN' Sl'ER- P.ER and KltMA P.LAKKLY of the .Midway Parent-Teacher Association of Fellows attended the Seventh district P. T. A. conference in Bakersfield recently. VKOAIAN THIRD CLASS THOMAS Al.-\XXIXtl lias returned to San Francisco after a week spent in Delano as the guest of bis mother. Airs. Jessie Manning, and his sis- tor, Miss Louise Manning. AIRS. ELIZABETH YVIKBE of Delano has left for Medford, Ore., where she was called by the serious illness of her brother, Jacob Friesen. MR. AND AIRS. EARL STACY of DELANO transacted business at Bakersfield recently. Federation of Music Clubs Plans Meeting Mis. Kioirnco Dni.k^ IxiHriy, vice- prr.siili'iit ft' the I'crit ml Mrtfional irt ,if thf California Federation nt Musi" clubs, tnilay annf'Unced th;it a ni""tint,- will he held n^xt MiiMil:iy at l<>::!n a. m. at her studio, 1114 Xiii'-tPfnth si root. Important. plans for (In? winter. activities will !»• formulated. All members affili- ;itotl with the C:illforni:i Federation of .Musir clubs are cordially invited to attenil. Mrs. I-oRhy rei'ently ntlrnded a board nifi'tinir In S;m Kranr-fsco and conferri-d with Mrs. Frederick .1. r'ouItiT. pri-sident of the California I'Viiorntinii of Music clubs on the now state program. DISCRIMINATION' HAVKIIHJ,. Mass.. Sopt. 14. (JPt— The manpower shfirtage notwithstanding— ffiniilo wrestling matches have been banned here by the city council. DISSERT SANOWICHIS—Blend GUITTARD S Chocolate syrup with peanut butter, spread between graham crackers or plain cookies. (For chocolate syrup, mix 1 cup GUITTARD'S,.}«, cup sugar, few grains salt; add 1 cup hot water, J-.J cup corn syrup; boil, stirring, } niin. Add t tsp. vanilla. Store, covered, ready to use for dessert sauce, fhocolate milk, etc.). ITTARD ( G I T - T A t 0 I CHOCOLATE 361 BEEF ROAST Rump, Chuck or Round Bone. SPECIAL—POl'ND 25 BOILING BEEF Fresh Cut Pla<" <>r Rib Boiling Beef. SPECIAL-POUND FRYERS Dressed Young Colored Fryers. SPECIAL—POl'ND MAKC SCHOOL LUNCHfS HfA WAR WORKERS NEED SUBSTANTIAL, NUTRITIOUS LUNCHES TOO! "tj FOR LUNCH BOXES '»* Fresh Bread £!££ Busy Baker Crackers b ;' xb 17 C Salted sodas. 2-lb. package, 30c. Honev Cali ' orni ° Gold I6 - OI '26 e AXvii^Jf Brand jar ••** (Superior Brand Honey, 32-OZ. jar, 48c) Starr Plum Jam 2 *-°'29 c Apple Butter E£ 30ja °'-32 e Smucker's Old Fashioned Cider Apple Butter. Made with apple cider—It's different! Fruit Butter Libbys "-«•*•* Mixed Krispy Crackers Hi-Ho Crackers Pirates' Gold Lemon Drops Graham Crackers Packed in Cellophane jar ••** 1 Ib 1 ft C box * w 8-«*. |QC bag * w FOR BREAKFAST Shredded Wheaf N.B.C. Shreddies, 12-oz. pkg., 12c. 1 l e Anderson's Brand Blown Wheat Wheaties 8 riO e pkg. pkg. pkg. /-«_,_,_— "Mute. Crisp breakfast 12-OI. |Oc Cjrrape-JNuts cereo , Pk9 . i* Morning Glory Oats 2 J£- 12 e Quick cooking or regular. 48-oz. package, 25c. Clapp's Cereals B X2 8p ;°,':27 e Regular or pre-cooked oatmeal. Sleepy Hollow I yarbU p 1S£20" CjOOD "stick-to-the-ribs" lunches are just about the most important meal of the day— they must carry us through the long afternoon hours right up to dinnertime. And with the youngsters heading back to school, it's more necessary than ever to keep a well-stocked larder of lunch supplies. Now's a good time to visit Safeway and sto'ck up! • NU-MADE Fresh Mayonnaise. 'A-pint jar, 15c; quart jar, 49c. MAYONNAISE Best Foods Brand. 'A-pint jar, 19c; quart jar, SBc. BEVERLY ESS Smooth, creamy spread. Two-pound lilt jar, 40c. HOWDY BS5f Coarse grind spread. For extra-tasty sandwiches. REAL ROAST Peanut Butttr. Smooth type. Not* low pri«*. HINT: Get Hie youngsters to moke their own luncR«s and tnty'H **r '«m! Cookies to "go oat" or to eat it home HONIT ROCKS \b. POINTS IACH RATIONED FOODS PRICE VALUI — RID STAMP.* — (1) Borden's Milk 2™ 19 e (Smoll cons, 4 for 19c, plus V 2 red point eochl (2)Dalewood XS55' "» 18 " /O\ T~~~.~* Durkee Brand O^C (6) i TOCO Oleomargarine Ib. ** — BLUE STAMPS — (30) Chili Sauce JX. "*£• 19« (30) Catsup rr li£ 13 e (2) Spaghetti Dinner pk9 .29« Chef Boy Ar-Dee Brand 3 egg* Vz tsp. grated lemon rind 1 cup finely chopped walnut meats 1 cup seedless raisins .dec beans. fender «,£ \b. 4 cups enriched flour 1 tsp. baking powder V 2 tsp. soda 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. cinnamon 1 cup shortening 1J/2 cups strained honey Sift flour and measure; sift again ' with baking powder, soda, salt, and cinnamon. Cream shortening; add honey gradually, beating to combine. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition. Gradually add flour mixture, stirring until smooth. Add remaining ingredients. Drop by teaspoonfuls on well greased cookie sheet. Bake in moderate oven (375° F.) 15 minutes, or until slightly browned. Remove at once to rack to * cool. Makes about 66 2-inch cookies. The*«pftc*i, except fresh produce, arc etfectivt thr«u«h Saturday, Sept. 16,1944. \b. TYPICAL SAFEWAY VALUES Fancy %-lb. O^ C Block pkg. •" Enjoy it iced. Vi-lb. pkg., 43c; I -Ib. pkg., 85c. Mellow 1-lfa-OAe bologna) Rou nd, iced \b. \b. Canterbury Tea Enjoy it iced. Vi-lb. pkg., 43 Airway Coffee Nob Hill Coffee Edwards Coffee pkg. r "1 ! \ i \ E ;joy **••«*> to 5 «ve table-re tab -ready Blend Rich 9*Sc Flavor 1-lb. «* Onp or 1 -Ib. O<Vc regular jar **• Grapefruit Juice Nc °an 2 13 e Town House Brand. 46-oz. can, 30c. Sunsweet )2-os. 9Cc Brand bottle ™* DROP COOKIIS 1 to 2 one-oz. cakes unsweetened chocolate (or 4 to 8 tbsps. ground chocolate or cocoa) 5/3 cup water 1 tsp. vanilla extract coio cut Ib. Prune Juice Green Tomatoes "iS.' 12 Vr' *9 e Idaho Potato Meal JJ12* Use for baking; also for breading meats; for gravies. Prrliimot Oouble Action I -"»-17c V^UlUIUei Baking Powder can *' Corn Starch 16-of. ftc Kingsford Royal Satin For baking Shortening 1-lb. jar, 22c Pkg. J £60« M-es. P~* -..,'•'.} m — 1 TEST HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Scotch Cleanser T3;_. —-v Cx^xvv-w For laundry 24-os nmsoboap 0 rdi S h CS * 9 . PAAf'c Soern • ForWasnin 9 iJ -°» JTCCl O idUUp Machine* akg. Argo Gloss Starch "; Ant Powder I Ant Sets CHOCOLATE 2J/3 cups enriched flour 2!/ 2 tsps. baking powder '/ 4 tsp. salt !/2 cup shortening 1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed 2 eggs Sift and measure flour; sift again with baking powder and salt. Cream shortening; add sugar gradually, creaming until light and fluffy. Add unbeaten eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Add cooled, melted chocolate or cocoa; then flour mixture alternately with water, mixing well after each addition. Add flavoring. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto lightly greased cookie or baking sheet. Bake in moderate oven (350° F.) 15 minutes or until done. Remove cookies immediately to rack; ice with plain or chocolate butter icing while still hot. Makes about 60 2>£-inch cookies. Antrol Brand Antrol Brand (Ant Traps, lOceach) Tub* FLOUR VALUES HARVEST BLOSSOM economical family flour. 25-pound tack, 89c. KITCNfN CRAFT Enrkhed bland of flour. 25-»oundtack, S1.09. 10-lb. Bag 10-lb. W 49° Unit to SAFEWAY TWO SWILL RADIO SHOWS: —Both wi Don LM M«t»*>— "Tonight •» "Th« Cotint of Monta t 1:00

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