The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1944 · Page 9
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 9

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Attend the HORSE SHOW TONIGHT and SATURDAY 8:00 P. M. Victory Foods FAIR Friday • Saturday • Sunday FAIRGROUNDS North Chester Avenue i ^Sponsored by the Fifteenth District Agricultural Association LIVESTOCK AUCTION Tomorrow, 1 P. M. Admission to Fairgrounds FREE HORSE SHOW General Admission, $1.20 Box Seats, $1.80 Servicemen, 50c All Prices Include Tax Tonight's Horse Show Slate Continued From Pane Seven Event No. 5 CHILDREN'S MOUNTS—Under 14.2 Hands ;i Entry HORSE RIOKR OWNKR I 85 Sally Georgia Ann Smith Georgia Ann Smith 86 Shorty George Cooper George Cooper 87 freckles Frod Starrh Fred Starrh 88 Tony Carol Clondenen Carol Clendenen 89 ITeri Carolyn Gibson Carolyn Gibson 68 Cotton Top Keith Bnrnquist Mrs. Frank Adams 75 Babe Frank Pellett Frank Pellett 66 Jerry Kay Arnett Carter Arnett 49 Filly R. E. Smith. Jr R. K. Smith. Jr. 48 Chapo R. E. Smith 30 • Peanuts Sue Kellner Sue Kellner 72 Flecy Charles D. Padia Charles D. Padia Event No. 6 ROADSTERS TO BIKE Entry HORSE IIKIVKR OWNER 7 Stardust Frank Adams Claude Buford 10 Bunter Patch B. Crawford Newman & Crawford H Jimmy Lee Bill Lachenmaier Bill Lachenmaier | 12 Lou Forbes George Bell George Bell 34 Sun Cloud Pete Spear Bud Thompson 33 Cody Patch Virgil Kirby Tom Boyd 31 True Lady Buford Waller Tom Boyd Event No. 7 SADDLE PONIES—JUNIOR FARMER Entry HORSE RIDER OWNER 86 Shorty Kenneth Cooper Kenneth Cooper 91 Pascoe Sammle Watts'. Sammie Watts 93 Jim Dandy Xadine Buckner Nadine Buckner j 92 Bunky Fay Smith Fay Smith 94 Chatto Clydene Holland Clydene Holland 61 Smoky Donald Thoene Donald Thoene 96 Jean Bruce Wayne Dyer Bruce Wayne Dyer 97 Buster Jerry Banks Jerry Banks 98 Trixie Frankie JI. St. Clalr Frankie M. St. Clair 99 Casy Martha Lovptt Martha Lovett 79 Bloomfield Topsy.Sophie Gardner Sophie Gardner 1 Poncho Richard Van Horn Richard Van Horn 100 Flicka Bill Renfro : Bill Renfro Event No. 8 FIVE-GAITED SADDLE HORSES Entry HORSE KIDKK OWNER 70 And Then Some..Harvey Slacle Greentree Stables 28 My Lady Wilform..Roy Jensen Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Pickford 89 Topper Frank Adams Mrs. Frank Adams 18 The Parson Pete Spear Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pagan 17 Glamour Maid Gordon Murphy Gordon Murphy 16 Maple Star Buford Waller Ben Tanenbaum Event No. 9 LIGHTWEIGHT STOCK HORSES Entry HORSE KIDKK OWNER 32 Betty Lou II Fred Bailes Fred Bailes 35 Penny Frank Williams, Jr Frank Williams & Sons :tii Lady Bill Byrd Neal Fallowwill 39 Dutch Carter Arnett Carter Arnett 40 Entry j. c. Wigget 42 Smokes' Jack Leiva Jack Leiva 44 Banjo Paul Da'niels Paul Daniels 46 Streak Buster Wolf Coberly-West Co. 48 Chapo R. E. Smith R. E. Smith 55 Herman Marcus Rudnick Marcus Rudnlck Event No. 10 THREE-GAITED SADDLE HORSES Entry HORSE RIDER OWNER 22 Maple Cuban Esther Machlin Esther Machlin 23 Maple Success Thelma Machlin Thelma Machlin 19 Jovista Ann Harvey Slade Dr. Robert A. Patrick 26 Cascade Catherine Nelson Theodore C. Wood, Jr. 30 Midnight Melody.Francis Goodrich Francis Goodrich Safcertffielb Calif orntan Friday, September 22,1944 9 Registration Held for Evening School Plans for Moricopa Night Classes Approved by Board MARICOPA, Sept. 22.—Registration for the Marlcopa District Community Evening School was held Monday night In the high school auditorium. Complete plans for the year's program have received the j school district's board approval and the board will give every aid and assistance to adult and rehabilitation education. I The school program this year will include bookkeeping 1 , shorthand, typing, homemaking, woodshop. home mechanics, welding, mixed gym; china painting, leather work, knitting, woodcarvingr and many other courses for which there is a demand. It is predicted that last year's registration of 140 will be surpassed this year. The school schedule calls for classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, with specially arranged classes to be givrn during the day period. District Superintendent W. K. Peters will serve as principal, and Miss Edith Rankin as night school secretary. BAKERSFIELD 24-Hour Recapping Service Today the care of your tires is your personal r responsibility. O.P.A. no longer requires them to be checked every few months by tn Official .Inspection Station. But that doesn't mean new tires for everyone are just around the corner. Far from it. It will probably be months before that glorious day comes. Until then every car owner must continue to » stretch the mileage left in his tires to the last possible mile. HUPING 611 MOST MILK FROM YOU* Tt*CS THAT'S OUR BUSINESS? Let os help you do that job. With our years of tire experience we can spot trouble in the making, correct it before it robs you of precious mileage. Whether your tires are worn smoottoor have a lot of non-skid left—whether they just need air pressure checked or a complete recap job, make us your headquarters for tire care. CLEROUTIRECO 1717 K Street Phone •• Formerly Kunct Tiro Company Official Tlr« Inspection Station BUILT FOR TODAY'S DRIVING Lop mileage driving M tough on a battery but bere'i one built to take it—the Fide Powerlife. Don't run a rnk —get a Fisk. LOOK! for the Name When Buying Poultry. Dairy or Any Type Animal Feed Be Sure It's Marked "JOAQUIN" FEED PRODUCTS Then You'll Know You Have First Quality at a Savings SATISFACTION DEPENDABILITY SERVICE And a Highly Digestible Feed With a Maximum of Efficiency of Production Ask for It now at Your Nearest Dealer or Phone 9-9234 SAN JOAQUIN GRAIN CO. Fourteenth and D Streets Aerou From Rich School Bakersfleld. California Havt Your Eyis Examined Optn a Charft Account CLASSES • That ilre right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS . OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-733S RECORDS Sec HARRY CITRON <it- BROCKS Expert aad Watch Rcpalrtaf ami BETTER WHISKEY/ —«rf3fS5 GREEN RIVER The Whiskey Without Regrets The straight whiskies in this blend are four and five years old with American 3.24 WINES SCHENLEY RESERVE The basic whiskies in Schenley Reserve blended whiskey are supplied only from prewar stocks, blended with American grain spirits. 5th... 3.97 ROMA, Port, Sherry, Muscatel . , CELLAS, Port, Sherry or Muscatel CHRISTIAN BROS., Claret ... ITALIAN SWISS COLONY, Claret . . TAYLOR'S ATLANTIC, Imported Port MERITO, Imported Spanish Sherry . DUBONNET, Aperitif 5th 97o 5th 1,17 Gal. 2.43 Gal. 3,26 5th 2.15 5th 2.73 Qt. 1,86 MUSCATEL * One of California's Finest Wines The Cream of tbeSanJoaquin Valley SAN SWEET WINES Muscatel, Sherry, Port or Tokay 95c DINNER WINES—Burgundy or Claret 72c MORTON'S GIN A Compound Dry Gin * 1.95 MORTONS DRY GIN RON DIABLO Cold Label Rum. imported from Cuba. A rum of superb quality. 5th 2.79 Pt. . . . 1.89 C«M of 12 Still 48.00 RON MANANA A Rum that if distinct in flavor. Very little difference when used at whiskey. 3.96 Sth Pt. 2.52 CHRISTIAN BROS. Ruby Port, Golden Sherry or Muscatel Sth 1.25 Dinner Wines Sth 1.18 ROMA Crime De Roma (Sherry & Egg) A favorite European apertif. Sth 1.49 ITALIAN SWISS Vermouth Produced and hottled at Aiti. Cal. Sweet or dry. Lge. 1.07 PORET BRANDY Ag«d in Oak 4'A Y«on A definitely an- perior brandy. Yonll enjoy Ha rlean and frnhy flavor. 5th 4.11 THREE FEATHERS RESERVE 40% pre-war whiskies and 60% American grain. New 0 07 5th 0.5JI DALYA'S BRANDY IMPORTED 5 YEARS OLD ConnoiueuiV choice of "Old World" quality at Sherry* low price 4.85 Sth Pt. 3.31 CROIX ROYALE VODKA Vodka may be used the lame is whiskey or gin now. Ren. 4.28. Sth 1. OPEN AT 12 NOON 1309; Nineteenth Street 164O Chester Avenue 9SO Baker Street 91 Sherry* St*r*a !• €>lll«ral« CLOSED SUNDAY 31 Chester Avenue Corner North Chester and Roberts Lane k

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