The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 28, 1936 · Page 5
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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, August 28, 1936
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1»M OMMUNITY NEWS •i- ^^ f"jrs*s «v^.aj NEW AG TEACHER TO BEMTOMIQ) Wasco High School to Choose Successor to W. E. Court Now at New School WASCO, Aug. 28. — A special meet- Ing of the board of trustees of the Wasco High School was hold this week to consider applicants for the position of agriculture teacher made vacant by the resignation of AV. B. Court who has accepted a position at the California Polytechnic School at San Lulu Oblspo. The applicants will not bo decided upon for several days, at which time another meeting will bo called. The plot of ground In front of tho high school gymnasium la to bo landscaped according to plans made at the meeting this week. Tho new agriculture unit of tho high school. that has been built this summer Is complete and the furniture Is being arranged and made ready for the opening of school on September 14. The new unit adjoins tho manual arts building and consists of two large classrooms, a library and an office which have been built at a cost of $16,000. • »» Delano Residents Entertain Guests DELANO, Aug. !8.~Mrs. Ola Slosson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kerwin entertained Earllmart friends on Wednesday night at their homo in Cecil Addition with a wiener roast. Enjoying the evening with the hosts wero Mrs. Sarah Dawson, Ralph Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dawmm and their children, Charles Jr., Wayne, Kenneth, Bar bara and Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Johnson, all of Earllmart, Cathleen and Keith Kerwin. I White Quail Seen in Kernville Area by Many Motorists GUINEA PIGS CAIXBD PIGS WATEKBURY, Conii., Aug. 28. (17. P.)— When the framers of tho city charter included a provision that tho city fathers reimburse owners of pigs killed by stray dogs, It did not think It necessary to define what Pigs arc. Now Nicholas Bennclno has demanded that the city pay him $22 for DO guinea pigs killed by stray canine«. ('Special to The CaHfornton) TTERNVILLE, Aug. 28.—Kccent autolsts, while driving along the road which runs adjacent to the Jesus ranch in the South Fork valley, have been surprised to see, in a covey of quail inhabiting (hat region, a quail "as white as a ball of cotton." This unusual bird feeds and travels with his darker companions and retains a normal relationship to the rest of the covey. His affect on the passing traveler, however, is of a decidedly different nature. The traveler stops and stares and rubs his eyes as if witnessing an unbelievable miracle. According to R. C. Welch, local game warden, white quail are of very rare occurrence and he has expressed the hope that hunters in the neighborhood of the Jesus ranch will exercise care not to shoot this isolated specimen during the coming quail season. No other instances of the presence of a white quail are recalled by old timers along the Kern river, although a white sparrow made his home at the Silicz ranch .in the Hot Springs valley during 1933 and 1934. THREE TEACHERS AT KO Other Business Settled by Elementary School at Important Meeting ("Special to Tho CaUJorntun) WASCO, Aug. 28.—Several now teachers for tho Wasco Elementary School were hired this week when the board of School trustees mot to consider school affairs. Bus drivers wero hired, bus insur ance taken care of and plans for tho now unit to the 'primary department considered. Bids for the new unit will be called for in about three weeks or as noon as tho plans are approved by the state architect, The new unit will consist of three clasu rooms and until tho new building Is ready for occupancy the new library rooms will bo used for clans rooms. The new teachers are Frances I< Reese, graduate of Santa Barbara State College, who has an AB do fffce and who will teach fourth and fifth grades; Alice N. Stabbert o Los Angelei, graduate of 'U. C Li. A., who holds a BEJ degree, who will teach first and second grades and Dorothy Stuart of Long Bead with an AB degree from U. C. L. A will teach fifth grade. News Today From Oildale OILDALH, Aug. 28. — Mr. and, Mrs. Hanley Blagg and children of Sanger were visitors this week at tho homo of Mr. Blagg's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Kinder and family of 432 Decatur street. Mrs. G. R. Turner of the oil fields Is recovering from her recent operation at tho Kern General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. S. U. Bauman and daughters Shirley and Constance of Rlvervlow returned Tuesday from a 10-day vacation passed in Los Angeles and the southern beaches. Monday visitors at the home^ of Mr. and Mrs. James Claypool. senior, wero their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Younkers and family of Bloomtngto.n, California. Mr. and Mrs. John Kent and daughter Barbara o£ south Pasadena were week end guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. LEMONADE b*ing Mrvod during th« demonstration of M. C. P. PRODUCTS ! WHELDEN'S ), , . I SILVER SPRAY I 5atart8 * And «t the same f/me... ffloW yOV COA HIORv rwlVf * Old FdliieiMd Umoiwda...wMMU» «ny muu or hw*...ot leu than Af OlnAf DAVAf QQAf . "ruuuMvL" CANNED LIMOH JUICE LUE BIRD POTATO CHIPS J ((IIIHHIHIIIIIIIHIWIttllllllHIl IIHIIIll Peanul Bulttr for your ••ndwickta... Fresher, finer, smoother., made from Grade A Peanut*. and family, ^fr. and Mrs. Kon were accompanied home by thel niece, Miss Maxlno Miller, who wll visit with them for the next tw weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Davlc.i anu sons of Rlvervlew left for Marlposa county Tuesday morning to pas their vacation with relatives and ti enjoy the fishing:. Marian Roberts has been tin eruest of Nudlno Cokor, at her horn In the oil fields, this week. Friends of B. Wright of Taft win was painfully Injured last week li an automobile accident which neces sltated the amputation of his lef arm at the elbow, will bo glad t know that he Is Improving at th Kern General Hospital. Mrs Wright Is a guest at tho home o Air. and Mrs. Elmer Hughes of th plldale Apartments until her hus band recovers. Dorrln David passed several day this week at Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. JA ),. Van Slyke and family have returned from a two weeks vacation In Oregon. They have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Twinnan and family of Colorado, who plan to stay Indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lewis o£ Fellows were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Baldcs on Uecatur street. Mr. and Mrs. II. N. McLean and children of Kornville wero guests tnla week at tho home of George £oe on Decatur street, while two of the McLean children wore recovering from tonsllectomlcs performed Wednesday at tho Kern General Hospital. Mrs. Martha Bernhard haa returned from a two week's stay at faan . ta Barbara where she visited with her son and daugrhter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ewlng Bernhard and ittmllv who were former local residents. Hecent visitors at the homo of Mr and Mrs. W. P. Morehead and family were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boono of Redondo and C. A. Morehead of West Virginia, who Is now enjoying tho hunting on Mount Plnos. Mrs. Don Carl and small son are visiting at tho homo of Mrs. Carl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Madden and family on Lincoln street. Frank Creel and daughter Reba and granddaughter, Patty Lou of East Bukersfleld, called on Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Russell and family Tuesday evening. Miss Hazol Hughes of Rlvervlew Is visiting at the homo of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. AV. R. Cowan of Rlvervlew. A dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Morehead and Bobby Morehead and Mr. and, Mrs. J. M. Mcln- tyre was given at tho Morehead homo on Decatur street Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stickles and children, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Dunn and daughter Fayne, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boonu and Lee Richardson. Miss Maxlno Cowan Is visiting her Bister, Mrs. P. Crllley at Fullerton. Week-end guests at the r-ime of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Walker were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Walker and family and Doctor and Mrs. A. Truckell and daughter Shirley of South Gate. Perry Claypool Is recovering from his recent Injuries at Trinity Hospital: «?**. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Copeland and son Virgil have returned from their vacation. William Congdon, employe of Thrasher Motor Company, was a business motorist to Los Angeles, Tuesday. ' POST OFFICE MARKET STETSON'S EI|hl«iHlh 1*4 N StrMtt Vegetable Department P. a«llli, Fait aitlM Mark** V*|«tiklt Dill. MEATS THAT PLEASE LEGS OF LAMB Ib. 26c CUDAHY'S GOLD COIN SLICED BACON . Ib. 38c SWEET PICKLED LEGS OF PORK . lb.22c BREAST OF VEAL . Ib. ISc LEAN BONELESS BRISKET CORNED BEEF . . lb.20c FRYERS AND HENS FRESH DRESSED POULTRY EXTRA FANCY Largo Halo Poachos . . 3 IDS. 25c Lako County Poars . . 4 lb«.25c THOMPSON Soodlos» Orapos .... 4 lb». ISc REAL KENTUCKY WONDER String Boana 3 lb>. 29c OCEANO Tolophono Swoot Poa> . 2 Ib*. 25c LOS ANGELES Swoot Corn, Largo Ears . 6 for 2Sc Largo Eggplant oa. 5c SUMMER, ITALIAN OR Yollow Squash .... 2 lb>. 19c EXTRA FANCY LARGE Bolloflour Applos ... 8 Ib*. 2Sc NEW YAMS OR Swoot Potatoes . . . . S Ib*. 25c U. 8. NO. 1 STOCKTON Burbank Potatoos ... 7 Ib*. 25c We Carry Only Fir»t-Clas« Fruit, and Vefletables YOU CAN BUY FOR LESS "REGULARLY fjffiffiR ANY DAY OF THE WEEK t lt||/MM||l Prleat Efftctlvt Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuaaday, Wadnaiday, Thunday DOQ AND CAT FOOD Ovenbaked for Your Pet 3 Tall ITU Tins I '6 BET1Y CROCKFRS '• RfCIPFS fOR Lux or Lifebuoy Soap. Campbell's Pork and Beans... 22-oz. tin' Campbell's Tomato "f J-ft Juice tall tin I "2v Franco-American Spaghetti..tall tin White King A AC* Soap Obars £vto Keeno Dog and Cat CA Food tall tin VV Lighthouse 0 lAl* Cleanser V pkgs. Ivv Quality Waxed Paper Senior Roll Junior C1 Roll VI KEEPS FOOD FRESHEf All 5c Candy Q Bars V bars IOC 12 Pak Sanitary Napkins... pkg. Century Green Asparagus, Picnic Tin me 23c Woodbury Facial Soap 3 bars Rippled A1 A Wheat pkg. 9 2V r Popular Brands 101.% Cigarettes, .pkg. IaYJv Rainbow Napkins, 01* Four Colors, .pkg. OjV Par Bar Soap bar Palmdale Butter Beans, No. 2 tin Post T^ran Flakes pkg. Post Toasties pkg. Libby Corned Beef 12-oz. tin Mission Tuna, No. V 2 tin... Del Monte Spinach...21/2 tin Dixie Grape Jelly 2-lb. jar -M - 11C 12ic COOKIES v B KASK us) (\ ( Qrapi-NuU In a Miw Firm Pkf, GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen-tested" Flour. 241 Ibs. (I.09 Welch's Grape Preserves, Ib. jar Our Choice O1 * Tomatoes, Ige. tin 1*3v Kippered Snacks, No. '/, tin , Armour Sliced Beef 2-oz. jar Popped Wheat, f fl^ Corn, Rice.. .pkg. Ivv Table Queen Sliced Beets.... No. 2 tin 20c 4c Century String Beans. .No. 2 tin Armour's Corned Beef Hash, Ib. tin Quaker Puffed Wheat pkg. S & W Tomato Juice No. 2 tin S & W Sardines, oval tin Ide's Mayonnaise 2lc 37}c Perfect for Biking Ideal for Saladi 3 IQc S & W Fancy Crab...No. </ z tin S & W Olives, extra large tall tin Century Tomatoes Ige. tin Val Vita Tomato A Sauce tin WV 16c DELRAY FINE FOODS ITALIAN STYLE SPAGHETTI tall tin CHICKEN RAVIOLAS tall tin I3jc CHICKEN AND EGG 111* NOODLES tall tin I • 1* BONELESS CHICKEN 01 « TAMALE8... tin Of G For Taatlerl CAKES . The Supercake Flour SOFTASILK 23c 44-oz. Pkg. Del Monte Fruit Cocktail, No. 2'/i tin S & W Fruit Cocktail.. No. 1.tin Favorite Matches. 19c 15c .carton I«IC FREE Silver Set Service for Eight Century Sliced Pineapple, .flat tin Del Monte De Luxe Plums, No. 2'/ 2 tin 13c ( Pet Milk Free C 3 Free Cook Book .bar DC lie Sweetheart Soap S & W Crushed Figs picnic tin Arctic Sea OO<% Crab No. ' 2 H atOU Calumet Baking IQ.% Powder... Mb. tin 196 Safe for Flne Y Th r |ng. 8now ' Ivary Flakas Large I A. Pkg 196 Small Pk B Ivory 12*0 Fort Howard Tissue Large Roll* 3 ro.,. 20C rolls Soft Spun 19c Emerald Walnuts, 1-lb. cello, pkg... S & W Baby Kernel Corn No. 2 Century Tuna, No. •/, tin.., Silk Tissue Paper Fleischmann 4 Yeast.... 0 Heinz Strajined Ol«* Baby Food.... tin OjV IQc 4ic cakes IUC .roll Ovaltinc, Large Tin, 57c ---- small Heinz Tomato Q 1 * Juice.... No. 1 tin 0$ G Schilling Black Pepper ---- 2-oz. tin Sweet Nip Pickles.. 28-oz. jar Semolina Macaroni 2-lb. pkg ...... .. Del Monte Sliced f A* Pineapple, Ige. tin lOv Belle Mode (white) Shoe Polish; «_ Bottle...! ....... IOC 90* atOC SCHILLING COFFEE EITHER KIND PERCOLATOR OR DRIP Tin Century Sugar Peas...No. 2 tin Agua Caliente Ginger Ale.. .11-oz. S & W Tomato Catsup, 14-oz. bottle... Export Salmon,, No. 1 tall '. 16ie me Santa Valley f f- Peas....No. 2 tin 11C PAR Granulated Soap Fine for Hard Water Ute Only Half ae Much 23c National Biscuit SNOW FLAKES OR GRAHAMS 2-lb. box . 27c Riti Crackers Ib. pkf. 20e •••• IXIE I ;ND JELLIES • DIXIE JAMS AND Assorted Pure Fruit HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS For Your Selection. Fancy Grain-Fed Steers, Genuine Spring Lambs, Fancy Milk-Fed Veal, Selected Grain-Fed Pork Will Convince You That Quality Meats Arc Never a Disappointment. Fancy Steer and Baby Beef Shoulder POT ROAST . Ib. 16c Genuine Fancy Sprlna Lamb Legs. Ib. 26c Our Own Make Country Style Sausage .. Ib. 2Sc Freih Drilled Sholar Style Colored Fryers . . Ib. 35c Selected Genuine Sprint Limb Shoulder . Ib. 22c Fancy Milk-Fed Shoulder Crown Veal Roast Ib. 21c Fancy YounB Steer Beff Nicely Trimmed Flank Steaks Ib. 25c SHOLARS SUPER QUALITY GROUND BEEF Ib. 15c For an Easily Prepared Meal each Cube Steaks . IQc Our Special-Made, Extra Quality ..6, 0 r25C PATTIES. Fresh Local Dresjtd Rabbits . Ib. 35c Selected Freih Baby Beef Liver. Ib. 22c Fancy Steer and Baby Beef Tongues 20c Fancy Steer Beef Oenulne Ground Ib. Round Steak . 27c Fancy Young Steer Beef Short Cut Standing Prime Rib Roast. Ib. 29c Freah Dretied Sholar Style Hens . . . Ib. 29c Our Special Mad* Extra Quality Mock I FOR Chicken Legs. 25c Challenge Creamed Cattaca Chaasa . , Ib. lOe Sholari Special, Homemade Sala^t , , , . Ib. 20o Aaaorted Celd Sliced Lunekaan Maat , Ib. 39e Sholars Pastries Try a different loaf of'sholar't bread each dmy! White, Rue, Cheese, Whole Wheat, Raltin, Nut, Sandwich Loaf. Lemon-LIm* Cak« A refreshingly different cakn with u. cool tangy (unto. Thr«o delicious lny- fit-H In this cake. Specially priced at 39c Cookies, assorted Jelly Rolls ea. Filled or Plata Danish Pastries, Individual ... .ea. , 15c AA&Uv Chocolate Nut Sundae Cako Huttcr, HUB"-!', "eer» and milk iimliQ U a rich dcllett"'S'. CJoml (lour nmkcu It high and fluffy. Crowned with rhoco- lata Icing, covered with so- nut invatH, Each 45c French Doughnuts .do/..' Pound Cakes, plain or pecan eu. Pan Rolls ea. 30c IQc Cuctard Angol Food The tuHtluut, crtumleHt cuke given lo you wllh thul tuuty t-KK not,' flavoring that IK h«ul(hy fur tho kUlJleu. Small . . . 35c I'ccan Rolls Fruit Killed Pies Sandwich or Wiener Buns 25c 30c , 20c Sholars v;,'.v Vegetables featuring Quality Produce at the Lowett Prices I'ricet Effective Friday and Saturday Only. Long Green Cucumbers. 3 for 5c I SOLID RED RIPE | Tomataaa . 4 Ibt. <3c| Juicy Fresh 56 Size Limes doz. Fancy Cherry Rhubarb..., 3 b ,IOc I ! SOLID BEEFSTEAK Tamataaa . 3 Ibs. I So Stockton Bur- I bank Potatoes I A Ibs. FANCY CANNING HARDY OR BARTLETT PEARS lug 39cl Italian Red or M White Onions...™ lOe I FANCY BARTLETT Paars . , 4 lb$. I9o Fancy New Crop Yam. 3 , I9c Washington Pole Peat 2 ,„, 23e I OREQON EVERGREEN Swaat Corn . 4 aars (Oe 1 Fancy Local •• Eggplant each Vv RIPE. SOLID STONE [TOMATOES ... lug 43c Bell Peppers—Nice Size for Stuffing doz. Ripe Sweet Summer Casabas Ib. FANCY KENTUCKY WONDER GREEN BEANS . . Ib. 5c Jumbo Size Local Cantaloupes each 5c GRAPEFRUIT Edison 80s 3 for 19c Arizona Desert Sweet 80s 4 for 2So Fancy Young Tender Okra Ib. IQc I FANCY BELLEFLEUR I APPLES . box 69c Snow White Cauliflower each I5c I ORANGES Juice size 2 doz, 26o| Choice Valencia* doz. 23c Large table size doz. 39o I rs-srv

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