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Bakersfield, California
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••t«N—|mprov«d Property for • »«I«J—Improved yroperty (485)—Ilii,600. IS500 down. 3 bedrooms and den. (483)—16500, 14200 down. Baker street, Z bedrooms. <47»)— , $5980. $3480 down, Jewett Lane. 3 bedrooms. (4V7>—16*80. 14680 down Klshtecn-.n street. 3 bedrooms. <476>— 18750. J5SBO down. Elsrhth street, 2 bedrooms and den. (473)—14786. 12886, Lake street, ! bedrooms. (470)— *')98I>, $3200 down, furnished. Mlnner street. 2 bedrooms. (367)—16880, $2980 * down, Bank street. 2 bedrooms. (460)— $51)80. $2680 down. El Ralpho. 2 bed rooms. (459)—$6300. $3100 down. Mil via. 2 bedrooms. (463)—$9600. J8100 down. furnished, PershlnB street, 2 iiedrooms. (452)—$8876. $6600 down. California/avenue, I bedrooms. (336)— $3750, $1850 down, Williams. 2 bedrooms. (336)—$6600, $2400 down. Flower street. 3 bedrooms. (445)—$10.760. $6760 down. Oak street. $ bedrooms. (441)— $8600, $.1800 down. La Collma, 2 bedrooms. (454)—$6976, $3600 down, Lomlta. Verde, 3 bedrooms. (430)—$4760. $2600 down, V.'llklnj street. 2 bedrooms, (429)— $6976, $3376 down, furnished. Bedford Way. S bedrooms. (417)—$16.000. $9000 „ down. Bnlsani. 3 bedrooms and den. (391)—$987:. $4375 down, Alturas, 2 bedrooms. (307-D—$16,000. $7000 down, lovely home and Income. SAN JOAQUIN AGENCIES Phone 2-0653 or 2-6336 .-. «-19-tf $13,000.00 MODERN three-bedroom home only •even years old. Located In south •west section In attractive neigh borhood. Three bedrooms, two baths, two-car garage, patio, fur race and cooler. This home is oC better than average quality con •tructlon, built under F. H. A. supervision, and has many attractive features. We will show by appointment 1C you have cash or can arrange finance. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. '1803 H street Phone 2-8946 I 9-14—tf 'SHREE-FOURTHS of nn ncre of the finest * soil, a, 2-bcdroom modern home, completely furnished, Including; Venetian blind!), runs and parts, refrigerator and table-top stove, plus R new double usrnEe nnd new chkken house, all for $8460, nomesllc utilities and water plus extra, free ditch water, and an orchard of i fruit nnd nut trees. iBunset Park—A fine, extra large 2-bed[ room home In the best district, on term*. Floor furnace, hardwood floors, stall | shower and tile. ilAlta Vista Tract—A 2-b»droom home. 6 I years old. In tiptop condition. Inside nnd out. Extra large lot and double garage. Venetian blinds. $6000, terms arranged. » Freal W. Harvey 203 Brower Builclinff ! Phone L'-4-'65; evenings L'-4143 SO SlICmLAND PARK—Five-room 2-bedroom home, hardwood floors, lots of tile; • garage: nice yard. Lot 60x160. • 47, r iO—Five-room home near Jefferson School. Two bedrooms and sleeping: porch, basement, garage, fruit and ' phnde. CJood lot. T.OM1TA VKRUE—Almost new 2-bedroom house, completely and well furnished. Double earns;' 1 , fenced yard. FHA payments about $37 a month. 13800—Five-room house on Pacific near Kern General Hospital. Two bedrooms, Kuraer. fruit, chicken equipment. S2f)UO—Small "-bedroom home in unrestricted district. Hardwood floors, garage, lot 60x1:00. Lots of fruit and chicken equipment. BOUTHWEST DISTRICT — 6-room home, two bedrooms, sleeping porch snd basement. This house Is not new but In very good condition. Walking distance of downtown. Substantial down payment. ON MONTERERT. NEAR S. P. SHOPS— Five-room house, two bedrooms, garage, on lot 60x160. Near bus line and shopping center. E. C. Uffert. »01 Nlles. Phont Z-7152 9-1-tf .See Us for OILDALE—HOME AND INCOME. One 1 2-bedroom home hardwood floors, large living room and dining room, nice kitchen anil service porch. Also 2-bedroom completely furnished: 3-car KurBRe, all on large corner lot with plenty of shade: near bus and markets; only JCOOO. $2860 down, 135 monthly. j Will trade for small house. 'HIGHLAND MANOR—Almost new 2-hed- room home, extra large rooms, plenty tile In kllchcr, and bathroom, cooling system, large femed lot with fruit trees: S62SO, J22T.O down, $42.SO monthly. Will trafle for 1-herlioom home. SERVICE STATION AND CAFR. each with living quarters, on lot 100x135 in heart of Lament, $51T>i), or will trade for house In Hakersfielrt. KEARLY NEW 2-hedroom house, tile drain, plastered and very nice, on small lot, only $2650. $750 down and $30 monthly. Will take some trade. O.V THESE PROPERTIES phone G-6925, evenings 3-1170 FOUR-ROOM HOTJSE. FURNISHED OR UNFURN'SHED, garage, fenced-in back yard with fruit trees and garden spot, near husinesi district and school. Furnished, $4000: unfurnished, $3100; $1250 down, $40 monthly. TWO 2-ROOM FURNISHED CABINS on one lot. Live in one and rent pther for $27.50 per month; $1600, $800 down, balance $35 monthly. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE WITH SHOP IN REAR, $2375, $1000 down. $35 monthly, or will take car In trade. ON THESE PROPERTIES phone 5-5925, evcnincs 2-9288. <*, LET'S TALK IT OVER GLENN Nichols 2515 K Street 9-23-tf INCOME PROPERTY Only $3500 down, balance easy; 3 separate buildings on large corner lot, Twenty-first and F streets. Kets 15 per cent. Call for appointment. 7-7549 and 2-8622. LOOK at 403 Highland Drive from the outside; If yon like It. we will show you inside. Corner lot with 100-foot frontage. Price $4600, $1000 cash. $40 monthly. Frank Day, 1915 "Eye." 49 EAST BAKERSFIELD — Two-bedroom home. This hi me Is well constructed, very clean, rock wool Insulated, real fireplace, hardwood floors, plenty of tile, lots of cupboard and closet space, corner lot. back yard fenced, double garage. $6750. SOUTHWEST—Two-hedroom home, completely furnished, located on a nice corner lot. $2000 down. NORTHEAST—Two-bedroom home and a 1-bedroom home; both houses are well constructed, ail latest modern conveniences; thn 1-bedroom completely furnished. $8000. FOUR-UNIT COURT — Completely furnished; corner lot, $126x135. Income . $90 per month. Net price $6500, $2000 down. EAST BAKERPFIELD — Two-bedroom home. stuc.'O and plaster construction, hardwood floors, tile drain, etc., nice basement: lot 80x132, plenty of fruit and berries, $4200. Evoninrs 2-5228 170) K Street Rexland Acres—Two-acre ranch, '2-becl- room home In good condition; some alfalfa, fruit trees and chicken equipment. $2600 down. Southwest—Threo-bedroom home, close In on Brundage Lane near Oleander; large lot. 100-foot frontage. $2500 down. Southwest—Large 9-room home on corner lot, close to markets and transportation Now being used as three separate apart nients with good Income. $1500 down Taft—High school lunch room, good established business. Large building will! living quarters and plenty of equipment. $6BOII. PHONE 3-1210 RESIDENCE 2-5628 1704 K STREET 60 for tale—Automobile* For Sale—Automobile* For »•»•— Furniture, Fixtures FOR USED CARS DRIVE TOUR CAR TO YOUR CHEVROLET-BUICK-CADILLAC DEALER Five rentals, consisting of two nearly Jiinv duplexes; hardwood floors and floor 'furnaces, all with* refrigerators and well furnished; also a 1-bedroom house, furnished, for $12,000, on terms. Fillmore street—A dandy nearly new 2-bed- ruom home. Venetian blinds, circulation fireplace in living room, lot 60x3:10 feet; grapes, frnit and chicken equipment. Price $4500. on terms. Terrace Way—Two houses on large lot both furnished, both have nice refrig. erators. Rent one. live In the other. $6500, terms. Two house.] on large corner lot North Baiter street; a very nice 6-room and a 3-room over garnge, smaller one furnished. $2000 down, terms on balance. Truxtun—900 block, a nice little 1-bedroom furnished home, reconditioned, for $3750; terms. Five ncarlv new 1-bedroom courts, all furnished, renting for $112.60 per month. $9000. terms. 20 acres—Fruitvale. Ten acres made 2400 sacks spuds thU yea.-, two good wells, nice D-room homo, plenty of chicken equipment, all kinds of farming tools, Including two tractors. For trade for property in town or on terms. 10 acres—All in cultivation, just west of Fruitvale School. Small house, two good Ttade equity for home In town. 2V4 acres on Relle Terrance. Two good houses, fruit. plenty of water. $12.000. J. T. fS.v) Wicker, 1660 Chester Fhons 2-0239: evenings 2-3895 or 2-6463 60 Immediate possession. Pierce Road home. Reducing from $5250 down to $4950. Large living room with floor furnace, pretty bathroom with tile vanity, two bedrooms, den: on about three-quarters acre. Well located business corner on well traveled boulevard with 100-foot frontage; two well-built houses on side street, one to live In. one to rent. Acre home. Ropedale, with comfortable older house with plenty of floor space for family. Laying house for 1000 laying hens, brooder house, nice assortment young fruit trees. Immediate possession. Close to Chester avenue, Olldale. Three- bedroom older home with some good furniture. Close to Chester avenue, Olldale, well- built home with lovely yard. Can be converted Into 3-bedroorrt home or two apartments that would bring good rent. Twn-bedroom home with living room, real dining room, two bedrooms, well-built and In excellent, condition. Double pa- race. Ideal location for Southern Pa- rific folks. Three-bedroom on acre. Large living room witb fireplace, real dinintr room, nice flixed bedrooms, fruit and nut trees, chicken equipment, lots of shade. See for something nice In suburban home. 1923 "Eye" Street SOUTH GATE One half acre, 2-bedroom home, $3150, terms. East Bakersfield, modern 2-bedroom home and income, $4950, terms. D. C. (Slim) Mynatt. Phone 8-8986. 60 •Duplex In the heart of Alta Vista. TTn- furnlshed Both sides vacant. Newly redecorated. Price $6500. Northeast district—Two-story home with three bedrooms. de:i. tmscment, sun room, large living and d'ning rooms and rice breakfast room. Laree corner lot with lots of fiuit trees: 3-car garage, sprinkling system, outdoor palio with barbecue pit. Home nan unit heat and cooler through ducts. Price $14,000. One acre with nice 2-bedroom home. Hardwood floors, tile In kitchen and bath, floor furnace. Only three years old. I'lice $4850; requires $1550 for equity. Income or home with Income. Two units, nicely furnished and well located between H street and Oleander. Down- Ktairs is rented for $5Ci and upstairs for $35. You can buy this for $5950. Reasonable down. "Another Income on Terrace Way, west of 99 Highway. Both are furnished and have steady tenants. Two nice, neat and comfortable homes on well land* scaped lot. Pi Ice $6350. •§ acres with 450 bearing orange trees, and nearly new E-room home. Chicken equipment for 1000 birds. Well located about 3 miles cast of town. I'rlce $16,000, hulf cnsh. BOTDSTUN & LANCASTER 1817 H Street Phone 8-S639: after 6 call 9-947S 9-25-tf OVER $40,000 GROSS ANNUALLY FULL PRICE $92,500, $45,000 KOAVN, BALANCE EASY. PINE POSSIBILITIES FOR LARGER INCOME. ALL MINERAL AND OIL RIGHTS INCLUDED. BETWEEN 99 HIGHWAY AND CHESTER AVENUE AT THE CIRCLE. FOR APPOINTMENT, CALL OWNER, 7-7549. COURTESY TO BROKERS. FIVE-ROOM furnished stucco home, near the airport and Shell office. Ideal fur employes of either place. $3800 cash. Frank Day, 1915 "Eye." 49 $2200—Two-bedroom modern house. 4 years old, two blocks north of Nlles and Sterling, third bouse soutb side of Mitchell. 63 ^MODERN 1-bedroom homse. garage attached, plenty of shade, bearing fruit trees, house like Dew, floor furnace, everything completely modern. Priced for quick su.e. $4250. terms arranged. 271S Sevler avenue, same as Monterey. - 49 FOR SALE — Two-bedroom furnished hou«s. with silver and dishes: fenced-ln front vard, $4000. Inquire 411 Decatur. _ Phone 2-41J1. 4» TJflO-S)—$3980. with $1980 down, will buy this large, older home; bas living; room, dining room, kitchen, 2 extra large screened and glassed porches, basement, double garage, corner lot: Inside city, south part of town. Phone 2-0653 or '1-5336. 9-21-tf MODERN AUTO COURT, ADOBE AUTEL—One mile north of circle on 99 Highway. Drive by and call us for particulars. Phone 7-7549 and 2-8C22. NEW 2-bedroom borne, now vacant, reasonably priced. Be'autiful hardwood floors, lots of tile, steel Venetian blinds, cooling dues, dual floor furnace. Good location. By owner. Phone 8-885S. 49 SMALL house, lot 75x135, $1350. First street 071 west Bide airport. Hendrlcks Lane. Some terms. J. H. Rons. 49 FOR SALE—Lame 6 room house, on TI street, corner lot. 8 blocks from Nineteenth and Chester avenue. If you are looking for a nice home, ser this one. Dial 3-0796. 49 For Sale—Lot* HOMESITES—In northwest part of city In the finest district. In southwest part of city, with improvements in. Also several beautiful parcels In Alta Vista Tract. Prices are right now to Invest for pontwar building. Freal W. Harvey. 203 Brower building. Phone 2-4260; evenings 2-4143. 60 FOR BALE—Lot In Rose Gardens, on H street, $500. Phone 3-0449. 48 For Sale—Improved Farm* (454-L)—$5750 with $2875 down and might consider a little less down on this 10 acres, best of soil, fenced Liveable shack au-l outbuildings. Very close In. Phone 2-0653 or 2-6386. 9-19-tf 1440 ACRES semi-mountain hog and cattle ranch: 840 acres of farm land, balance grazing. Very good Improvements, best one-man hog and cattle setup in California. 415 ACRES of good vegetable or potato land. Subject to lease. Will pay 12 per cent on investment. 160 ACRES well improved ranch, good house and lots of water, best of alfalfa, cotton or vegetable land. 780 ACRES near boat Hills. This land can be farmed to grain, also prospective oil land. A H. Karpe. Phone 9-9671. 7-29-tf (488-D— $4986 with $2580 down and might consider less down on this U commercial i.cre, highly Improved. Two-bedroom house with enclosed porch, plenty outbuildings, corral, chicken yard, etc., fruit and nut trees, lawn, (hade, crapes, etc.. etc.: yard all fenced. Phone 2-0663 or 2-5336. 9-19-tf TEN ACRES with well and farm machinery; nice 2-bedroom home. Call owner. 8-8313. 62 25 ACRES of good land close in. Thirteen acres la now In alfalfa and 12 acres In cotton. Good well and pump. 600x2000- foot frontage. Free ditch water. 10 ACRES of good land under cultivation, good well with pump, ditch water, also city water, gaa and lights. Variety of fruit trees, berries and grapes. Good barn and outbuildings and farm equipment, including 280 gasoline tank and pump. Has fi-room home with large rooms. Double gsrage. $10.500. Phone 2-7654 1671 Chester Avenue 62 9-21-tf For Sale—Improved Farm* FOR SALE—70 ACRES LAND ALT IN CULTIVATION WITH PIPE LINE. 7 MODERN HOUSES NEAR SCHOOL AND STORE ON ROSEDALE HIGHWAY, FOR THE SUM OF $33,750. JOHN EL RICH, RT. 4, BOX 313, BAKERS FIELD, CALIF. PHONE 2-3020. FOR SALE—Ten acres on corner of Pioneer and Oawell Road, old house, pumninc plant and cement piped. Pries $70110 terms. Call Frank Simon with Kelly *. Son. 6-5091. 6 320 ACRES improved ranch in Weed patch area. All under cultivation two good wells; large 3-bedroom home in excellent condition. Ex cellent alfalfa, cotton or corn land Price $250 per acre. >/-i minerals Terms. 120 ACRES close to Pixley, 50 acres in Thompson grapes, 27 in alfalfa balance general farming. Fine soil three pumping plants. Good plast ered house. You can borrow $20, 000 from an eastern insurance com pany on this ranch. Price $40,000 Terms. 320 ACRES choice soil, suitable for potatoes. About 10 miles south ol the Weed Patch store. Good well This land is open for 6-year lease 400 acres open for lease. Lane about 9 miles south of Weed Patch store. This land is good potato land and has shallow water condi tions. This land is opan for tie velopment lease. I HAVE several other fine ranches for sale in Tulare county. If in terested come in and I will give you the details. Elmer Martin 2-9294. 220 Haberfelde building. 55 OH and Mining; FOR LEASE—9000 feet 4',i-lnch range 1 A. P. 1. full hole drill pipe, good condition. P. H. Frank, Inc. Phone 8-8697. 48 For Sal*—Trailer* READT Cash for Your Trailer. Trailers sold on easy payment plan. We finance our own contracts. MCLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue t-13-tf FOR SALE—Schult Trailer 1939— Sleeps 4, has range, ice box and lots of closets; good tires, full price $1000 cash. 3215 Chester Ave FOR SALE—Travelalre house trailer. model 42, 18 feet long, all bullt-ins; sleeps four. Stove and Ic» box, complete. 2010 East California avenue. 53 Automotive Service, Part* •WE CAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately. G.MAC Budget Plan Call for A. Carter FRED C SCHWEITZER OLDSMOBILE DEALER Phone 6-5997 Eighteenth and 1-4-tf COMPLETE body and fender repairing, also front wheel alignment. Charles Vlgstrom's Oarage. 162ff Twenty-eighth street. Phone 2-7937. 4-12-tf WANT to buy, 1941-1942 privately owned car, In A-l condition. Must have good rubber and low mileuee. Will pay top price In private transaction. No brokerage. Call Hotel El Tejon, room 301. 52 GRANT piston rings last longer. Motor tuned up. greasing and oiling: car storage. Blue Ribbon Garage. 1IK Nineteenth. Phone 2-0(74. 1-16-tf Motorcycle* and Bicycle* BOY'S Bicycle for sale. 2303 Olympic Drive. Phone 3-2320. Highland Manor. 49 MAN'S BICYCLE, like new. Call at 1212 Well* avenue. Oildale. after 6 p. m. FOR SALE—Boy's prewar Schwlnn lightweight bicycle. Front and back hand brakes; two-speed; bicycle pump, messenger seat. A-l condition, 160. Phone 3-1281 or 1018 Lake street. For Sal*—Automobile* AUTOMOBILE AD COPI mult contain license number; If out of state license. state must be Included In copy. 3-4-tf SELLER OR PURCHASER. Do you need additional cash to complete purchase of car? If so, just phone or drop by the ACME FINANCE! COMPANY, oppoalta Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confidential service. W. J. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone «-»796. 1-12-tf 1941 Packard six convertible. A-l tires. A beauty. Only $1695. (1K374C). MANY MORE GOOD CARS AT EO FOR SALE — 1935 CHEVROLET TRUCK (CJ0656), prewar rubber except one grade 1 tire; truck in A-l shape. AVill sell or trade for light car. Phone 2-7141. 1614 Flower street. 63 Wanted to Buy—Automobile* WILL PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf Wanted to Buy—Automobile* | Wanted to Buy—Automobile* WE BUY ALL MAKES OF CARS CEILING US BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Cheater Avenue Phone 9-9745 T-ll-tf Five Packards 1934 to 1941 Models Five Buicks 1937 to 1940 models Four Pontiacs 1936 to 1941 motlelg Four Plymouths 1935 to 1941 models Five Lincoln Zephyra 1936 to 3938 models Over 70 Cars in stock at or below ceiling prices CLIFF GREKNLEAF We Buy Cars Twentieth and "Eye" streets Bakersfield Phone 7-7977 If you wish to sell your car fur top price but can't properly «how It consign H with us. We'll get you top cash. Come In and let us plain our plan. 2629 Cheater (Corner Twenty-ieventh 9-2-t •SAVE $200 1941 Lincoln Zephyr eedan, perfec throughout. OPA ceiling, 12194 our price only $1995. (1H7840). 2220 CHESTER 48 for most clean cars CLIFF GRENLEAF Twentieth and "Eye" streets Bakersfield. Phone 7-7977 EO 1941 Chrysler Royal sedan, fluid drive, overdrive, prewar tires. A real buy at ceiling price (1H4465) 50 1938 CHEVROLET coach for sale, or wll trade for service station HT5627K Phone 8-1823. Last bouse on Getty street, off Pierce Road. 41 TO SETTLE) estate. 1839 Packard sedan (11-C-1E3O, »ood tires, clean and In «ood •nape. 8. W. Benz. Route 6, Box 173. JPhonei 2-7041. 52 193S 1W-TON DODQE TRUCK. FLAT RACK, STARE SIDES; TIRES OKAY. PHONE FELLOWS, BLK. 332. (OKLA - QOOSOO. TRUCK (BC33610) and seml-traller (BE2im9), also brown light transmission nnd Chevrolet rear end. See at 430 East Twenty-first street. 60 1937 Chevrolet town sedan, radio, good tires and motor. $495. (27W168). KITCHEN-BOYD MOTOR CO. 50 1942 2-door touring sedan (fi) 1937 4-door touring sedan (8) CLIFF GREENLEAF Twentieth and "Eye streets CO FOR SALE, to clear estate—One 1940 Hudson de luie 6 sedan (45A719); one 1935 Dodge coupe « (6B14C); one 193S Willys 4 sedan (99T721); one 1937 Willys sport coupe (9A«577). Phono 2-9210, w'r. Werlg, or 7-7671. coroner's office. BO WII,r, TRADE 1931 mo lei A (41N602) for 1935 In 19.T7 model «cdan. Pay cash difference. 800 Lincoln. Oildale, Apartment 2. so 1941 MERCURY 4-D ecdnn. radio, good tires, This car in In perfect condition throughout. Would like to trade for older model car. (3C1641). 1924 Forrest street, between H and Oleander. 60 AIRPLANE—J-2 Cub trainer. See U and fly It. Will trade for car. or 1760 cash. Call S-8487. 49 FOR SALE—1940 Chevrolet pickup (Cnlif. 2641). with body. Priced reasonable. See T. J. Rankln. from 2 to 6 p. m,. at 703 Woodrow. Oildale. 60 For Sal*—Furniture, Fixtures Rockers with springs, $27.50. Baby buggies, all-steel prewar con struction, $14.95 and up. Blankets. A real buy at $5.95. Our living room sets have full spring construction and beautiful covers, $154.50 and up. 27x54-inch throw rugs, all-wool pile. Formerly $10.95, now $6.95. Just received a large shipment of beautiful hassacks and shut? ruga. Use our budget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FURNITURE COMPANY 1400 Chester avenue, just one block south of courthouse. 53 USED FURNITURE! wanted. Wt csll any place In city and givs free estimates. Brown's Furniture, formerlv Roy Whit* Furniture Phone 7-7021. «-12-tf SEWING MACHINES and vacuum cleaners repaired. We also buy machines. 1609 West Eighth. Phone »-9437. 61 FOR SALE—New and used mattresses: all kinds of furniture, radios sold, traded and repaired. First clasu workmanship. Pumpkin Center Secondhand Store. On Taft Highway. 114 miles west of Greenfield. •. 68 FOR SALE—9x12 blue flowered Axmlnster rug, Ilk* new, $40. Phone 2-3666 or 906 Pacific. 4$ FOR, SALE—Davenport set In rood condition, coffee tsble, heavy utility table. Phone 2-7462. • 48 FOR SALE—Dlu In* room set, two cook stoves, small heater, living room set. Phone 5-6S86. 41 BALE—Two gas high-oven ranees, on* round dining table, one twin bed and •prlngs, one cot, 728 Twenty-fourth street. Phone 7-7167. 48 FOR SALE—Dining table and nix chairs. Call attar 4 p. m., 126 Thirtieth street. Phone 2-6904. 41 FOR* SALfci—Prewar mohair Chesterfield, spring construction, clean and In good con jtlon. 110ft Sixth street. 49 LA ROB Robert! wine chair, newly upholstered In loyal ret! satin with Ivory rose • prays. $S». Extra larife overstuffed blue chair. $20. 1'hone 2-8rtlO. 48 FOR f-'At.R—rlnrk-Jewl can kitchen ranffe. hinh oven, heat regulator. In coo<l condition. Tall after i» p. m. Last house on south side of Gulf street. <-ii_sr_ofr_r'lercp_ Road. 4'.) FOR PAT.15—Two-bedroom suite?, one J71, nun Jfii'; rnnhair divan. KOO<! sliapn. J'l't; round l.iljle nnd buffet. JH: kitchen t:il>>. J4. In 3 East Seventh. i'htme FOR SAI.K—An IS-pie portubla oven. Call :'-:I:MO. r,o lKfn prewar livinff room srt, S-piece dlnlne room set. 5-p!ere bedroom set. table model nnd console radios. oiM beds, dressers and miscellaneous, Aft^r _S p. m., 3ri.11 Chester avenue. <a BRKAKFAST SET, two ro. kers. water hose, two rugs. Ice box, radio, bed, two mattresses, sprinps. oil stove, electric vvasher, tubs, several kitchen knives, miscellaneous articles. Iron ami Ironing board, mall box. Iii02 Keiise street. Cottonwool Road. ^^ FOR SALE—Three-piece bedroom set. complete with springs and mattress. Phone ;-S.">4Ii. 153 Washington. 4 :i LARGE PIZE baby crib with n-w mattrewi nnd rubber sheet, also practically new baby sheet. Call 9-91M. BKAI'TIKUL G-l>1ece walnnt bedroom set with InnersprtnK mnttr'-ss and spring; 8-pieco dining room set. 1617 Aita Vistn Drive, Bl for Sale— Mi«cellaneou» WASHING MACHINES Repaired, quick service. Montgomery Ward. Apox and all makes re- pairrcl ami rebuilt. General Service Co., «13 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 9-S-tf gakergfteft (Calif or man Monday, Sept. 25, 1944 13 For Sale—Miscellaneous Fruit* and Vegetables TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAT SERVICE CI..EROU TIRE COMPANY 1717 K STREET PHONE 6-C069 GFT YOUR rubber stamps from Bakersfield's only rubber stamp company. You will be satisfied with Us prompt service. Pads. Inks, daters of all makes. lSf>S ^ K yt" a tree t. F' hone 8-810'J. 6 9 FOH SALE—Large quantity used pnlvnnlzod corrugated sheetiron. Phonp 2-:mS. 48 For Sale—Lumber Used Lin "WHILE IT LASTS 1x4 Jxfi 2x2 2xfi 2x12 6x6 3x4 3x6 3x12 Location, Standard Oil Company Tank Farms. Go north on Cheater avenue and China Grade Road. First gate on left side, near gate. Gate open 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m Closed Saturday and Sunday. KERX WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 9-in-t tw nml ii?p(l. Bought, sold, repaired and exohansed. I/nrgest stock In Kern county. KKR.M PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-14SS TO no TOt-r! OWN" WKf.DING o'i ^,TII t',-i-- : !y ! ......... e .in efi.L.rnc '.' v^.iiit a ti-Ii ei*"tt;'! wiflcr. .\Ia?iy f-oin :"•! til .',-.. i ,ipi;,er>>s nn-T'.tv. I CAX.VJN't tomato»«, Monday, Tuesday, i \\ f 'Inejidnv. P'Ui't dfUiv. ^Jn phnns j cti!«. rri»«t Poultry, 6V4 miles ; ^"nih on LTnjon. liO'is npciift ..n Svp thulil at C^'l^i 'l'i •• ''.r Con.i'. t ny. •! : I Twcnti -tu-ii Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mounting ami fllsmounting auto radios. Aerials installed while you wait. POSTOX RADIO Corner K Street and 99 Highway :;-27-tf _ Poultry and Livestock ____ FOP. SALE — Two span of food worlf n*.ar*s. "ne brood mare with coit. Mr. _ G f'hone 2-70 61. _ 7-l!)-tf ATTENTION Blnnd-'fsr'jd baby chicks, brooders, ponltry s':rn':!ea snrt feed. W« buy your ecus. fM'ks Us hundred. Z21D Union, or 814 __T- : 1 1 h_i_h . P ho no 7-702^ or t-94g>. 2-1-tf UADIO HKf'AJFIS Qlrclc »»r!vce. <:°neral Service Complnv. __3 1 '•'• _ linker. Ptiuiie L'-'J-TS 4-2*-lf TOP PRICES r^rt for latT mode! radios. Poston Kadio H.-r\'ce. corner of K an<l _ 99 Hmh\v.-,\. I'brir.e 2-04:is. C-l-lf LiAF'.vr CHICKS. 115 per hundred. New Hnrrpshlf Redi. Rhode Island Reds, Plymouth Rocks, Rock s.nd Red Cross. No v shipment every Monday: order early. Also pienf. of metal feeders, fountain! and oouiir— medicines. Ward'a Farm _Stnre _ 252'i Chester. _ 4-17-tf Ti:.v HEIFRRS. oil num. some springers. __ u ii 0 K:i s t Firundago Lane.. 9-22-44 O F [•' r' R I N G n number of outatandlns year- lin>t and 2-year-old reilntered Hereford bills. A H. Karpe. Phon« 9-9S71. 7-19-tf NOTICE J. A- J. Electric Iron Shop 611 Nineteenth Street May have heating elements to fit your iion. Cords anil a few motors for sale. USED LUMBER—2x«. J*8. 2x10, 2x12 an heavier timbers. Wlngland Lumber Co Phone 9-9108. 800 Norrls Road 9-11-t LUMBER Sure we have 1x12, 2x4, 2x6, etc Some of it without priority, too And, another thing, all our lumbe comes from Oregon and Washington and that Is where the good lumbe comes from. We do not handl local mountain pine. A good supply of doors and windows, roofing paper moldings, etc. Oh, yes, don't forge our paint department. Outside white as loW as $1.49 a gallon. It will paj you to pay us a visit. HOUTS & BOX CUT RATE LUMBER YARD 2200 EDISON HIGHWAY 9-1 at For Sale—Miscellaneous TION bits set dollars-ana-cents celling prices on used refrigerator*, washing machine), vacuum cleaners, typewriters bed springs, cameras and photographic equipment. These maxmlun) prices apply to every seller, even to an Indlvldua selling (its personal household effects For information concerning these and all other celling prices, call the Bakers field War Price and Rationing Board Phone t-tm. K-13-lf CLARK'S AUCTION SALE—3 'A milts south on Highway 99. starts at 9 a. m Tuesday. Poultry, furniture, miscelln neons. One 1934 V-8 1',4-ton truck. 48 GOOD COOLER, portable. Sea Breeze electric evaporative air cooler. Almost new, S65. 720 Nlles. 60 NEW WILSON badminton act. Including 4 racquets and shuttlecocks. Swel Christmas present. 130. 1'hone 2-8285. 49 ALL-WOOL black dreas suit, only worn several times. Phono 2-4209. 4 FOR SALE—One bedroom set and one diamond ring:. Phone 3-24R2. VACUUM CLEANER. Irons, clocks and al small appliances repaired. No delay General Service Company. (18 Baker Phone 5-9278. 9-8-t SILVER electric coffee percolator net with tray, electric toaster, electric Iron Little Ben clock, small rues, one Chinese fan, two packing trunks, one wardrobe, Innvrsprlng mattress, antique mirrors, clotblnir, gold wrist watch, miscellaneous articles; green drapes. electric blanket. 109 East Eighth. Cabin No. 4. GIRL'S tan coat, size 14, purchased laei year, worn few times; haa been out- Brown, S12. 1025 K street. FOR SALE—Saxophone, vacuum cleaners, fractional horsepower motors, left-hand nuts, etc. Call 7-7732. 60 E6-HOLE filing- cabinet, J15; roll-top desk Innd grader, 8x12-foot. $15; cold and hot fan, $10; Simplex gas and electric Ironer, 115'; window glass, one-half price; one gaa arc light, new cost $30. Bell for $12, Majestic power packs. $S; mirror, plush, hand-painted. Call 9-9950 for appointment. Jay Hlnman. TOR SALE—Selling cheap. 16 quarts apricots, no points; one dressing table, with lance mirror; gallon paint. Call 6-5845. No calls after Monday. FOR SALE—Lady's lone black fur coat, uze 40, $50. 1304 Twenty-fourth street. 49 FOR SALE—15 tons alfalfa hay, containing: some grass, priced right. 1'hone. 3-2287. 49 GIRL'S COAT, size 12; man's gray suit, site 88. Phone 8-8026. 60 FOR SALE—Baby buggy. $29. cost $42^ Phone 2-0009. LARGE COOLER, blower type, $80. Phone 3-2627. 60 AIRPLANE—J-2 Cub trainer. Koa It and fly 11; will trade for car or $750 cash. Call 2-8487. 49 FOR SALE—Prewar carpet sweeper, also bird cage and stand. Phone 2-6405. FOR SALE—Gray coat, worn twice, size 44. A dark blue dress, excellent condition, size 42. Circulating gas heater and an antique. 322 Frances street, Highland Park. 49 FOR SALE—New 100 per cent wool afBhan. Phone «-61. r iB. [•'OR SALE—Lady's (rood nuvy coat, size 38 to 40, man's dark wool top size 38. Hoth clean and reasonable. Men's work shoes, size 10. $1.50 pair. Lady's pumps. size 7-B, $1.00 pair. Baseball shoes, size 8'i. Football shoes, size 13. Phone 2-7126. . TWO PAIRS wine velvelt drapes, also cabinet radio. 3420 M street. INLAID LINOLEUM CONGOLETJM CONGOLEUM Largo selection at low prices DAVIS FURNITURE COMPANY 1400 Chester avenue 53 Oswald's S Hot Wste- Heaters Laundry Trtys 110 Fruit Jsr 76o dos. Platfirra Scale" Show Cases Stools lea Cream Maker Beverage Cooler Wooden Bowls Dishes Stock Pot. Steam Tables Brooms Mops Coolers Hundreds of other Items. Oswald's Restaurant Supply lit Nineteenth Street Phone 2-9317 (0 Flylnr and balsa model plane kits. Jeeps, trucks, tanks, shlpn fittings, ualta wood carving- knives dope and cement. Come In and look around Edward's Camera Bixchante. 1604 Nineteenth street. 8-!2-tf RECAPPING Irlnr your old tires tn us for recapping. « use Grade A rubber; 24-hour service. BENiJINO'S SERVICE Twentieth and K. Streets «-8-tf 'REB FREB FREE SAWDUST AN.P PI/ANER CHIPS Load It Tourselt BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway (I 3 Miles South of Town «-5-tf •Paris Liberated" and "Tanks Capture Guam" and other newsrtele. l-mm and Is-rnm irenlc. adventure and sports pictures. New cartoons. Little King. Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc. Ed- ward'a Camera Eichanfe. 1«0» Nineteenth. »-18-tf BAHY JiUGOV—Dplmc, benutiful. almost liew,_J3 Z. 612 WR 1 ?r_a t_r«_nI :. f>0 SCRATCH FEED with cracked Indian corn. Yes. we deliver. Pioneer Mercantile Com- P.any._Plione_8-g5_8L 9^18-t t 6xS DUMP BODY and hoist, JloO. Cnn he seen across from Mount Vernnn fj'hoii 1 on I'otomac street. 4s FOH SALK—Mnn's Waltlmm :i-Jcivpl \vrist wa1c:h. dUBtprool'. (.'all 2-01 9S. 4S FOR SALK—Red Fu* Jacket, size 12. Ilka new; white evenine dies«, worn oni'e. Hiza U'. 1'hone 2-5174. 48 FOR HALE—Size 8-D, Boslonian brown 01- fords. worn Severn! timea only; no coupon '".'•il.uirf'd. I^hone_2-911 p. 4 s CATKIil'ir.LAR tractor thirty for sale. I'lioim 2--TL':.'•! 4y FOR. SALE—Mnn's Schwlnn lilc.vrle: cabinet r: cllo: box sprlnxs and mnttresa, nnd mlscelhineous articles. Call 3-2027 alter _ 6 • . m. | 4a FOR SAI,B hy private party, two steel sanitary miichr-s; three Iron beds and spriiiBs; two mis plates; buffet drawers mid doors, and two heavy doors. 3x7. Call at 1011 Truxtun. 48 We Have Fncllitles and Available Tarts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2 -04 OS 12-L'-tf PIANO WANTED—Highest ra-h prices pa til for new and used pianos. 1'hone 8-SSlSl. CAU AERIALS for a-iy make of car. S4.B5 and up. Poston P.atlio corner of K street and 9'.) Highway. 9-1-tf H10HEST PRICF.S raid for tised radio's. nakersflelfl Radio Supply. JS08 Chester avenue. Phone 2-SlTiO. 8-11-tf WILL t'AY lushest cnah price nlnno. Call 8-SfiT.I. for yonr l-2C-tf FOR SALE—Prewar twin baby buggy. Phone 2-4f>75. 49 We have In stock and ready for Immediate delivery a large selection of hydraulic scrarers. hydraulic pumps, valves and tractor adaptors— «. 8 AND 10-FOOT BE CJE SCRAPERS 3 Sizes of BE GE HYDRAULIC PPM PS BE G^I CONTROL VALVES FOR JOHN DEERE TRACTORS COUSINS TRACTOR COMPANY 424 Twenty-fourth Street Thone G-6711 60 VACUUM CLEANERS. Irons, toasters, heatlnr pads, motors, everything electrical repaired. Money-back cuarantee. Huntley Appliance Service and Repairs, 917 Water street. Phone 2-4670. 64 NOW IS THE TIMID to fertilize before the rains begin: 100 per cent pure dairy fertilizer, mechanically pulverized: $6 per lo^d. delivered. Phone Rusk's Dairy. 2-4027 or 2-0351. 64 ELECTROLUX cleaner owners, for parts or service, call your authorized Electro- lux serviceman. Marvin Herring. 2-8970. Electrolu* Corporation. 1831 Orange street. » 66 GRAYBAR Ironer for sale. Call at 2012 (1 street. Telephone 3-0796. 4y FOR SALE FRENCH FRIED ELECTRIC POPCORN MACHINE CALL, NILE THEATER KKKN MUSIC SHOP. 90C P.iker. Musical InsuumeTitp. supplies nn>1 sheet mualc. Wo rep.iir all musical Instruments; bows rehnlrefl. 57 FOH SALM— Itonlon wimder flute nnd music r;irli, cheap. HOY M-Z'J'J, Tho Cflli- fornian. fid Cameras 16-MM. Bell & Howe.l projector. $1L'5. Edward' Camera Exchange 1609 Nineteen thstri'i't. fl-lll-tf PHOTO ENI.AHGKi;. rancefindcr. boT print frame, also prewar bycyclo. TtDQ Monterey. WANTED—A 33-millimeter camera In (rood condition. Phone. 2-4920. 48 Typewriters, Office Supplies WILL PAY CASH for typewriters, adding machines, checkwriters and cash registers. Lynch Typewriter Company. 1650 Chester avenue. 6-29-tf Fruits and Vegetables $2.69 Full Lug. Bring your own containers. 1019 Baker East Eakersfield 9-7-tf CANNING PEAKS—We have just received our last shipment of Te- luichapi pears. These pears are the same high quality that all of our canning fruit has been. Price $1.39 per lug. We also have a. limited quantity of field boxea. Price $2.50. This ad will run until we are out of peara. Please bring containers. Mooncy's Market Spot, Eighteenth and Union. Phnne 3-0061. 52 QI'INCES FOR SALE. Phono 2-31S8 after Ii p. m. and on Bmnlnya. 49 FOR SALK—Block Senlino fur jacket size 16-18, good condition. Walnut occasional table, brand new suede' pumps size 6, triple A; srlrl's pink taffeta formal, child's size 12; man's blue suit size .'lti-37. Phono 2-0019 evenings. 49 WILL SELL Keystone roping saddle Round skirt, black. Phone 2-5141. SO REFRIGERATOR for sale: also 2500 cubic feet blower type cooler. 328 Washington. Olldale. CHEMISTRY SETS—BOOKS OUIJA BOARDS—PHONES QUALITY AND QUANTITY IN TOYS BAKERSFIELD HARDWARE CO 2015 CHESTER AVENUE NEW, model 97 Winchester pump gun, 12- gauee; full choke bore, nnd five boxes shells. Write Box 330-K. Tho OHi- £i> rnlan. 4 s ONE PAIR of skirts for Ford. Good con- dltlon. Call 3-OG82 or 2-0763. 49 PIANO and complete welder's suit, worn few times. Call after 4 p. m. or Saturday. 2023 E street. 49 FOR SALE—Spark lid-top hlch-oven K range, Loralne heat control. white enumel. $50. Phono 4-4934. 49 DINING ROOM table, six chairs, small rocker, almost new gas heater, bathroom heater, small end table, English riding boots, size 11; rubber boom, size 11; woman's fur trimmed coat, size 38. Phone 2-4»59 J 809 101 Tejon. 49 FOR SALE—Fan-type cooler, $35; two end tabled, llku new, $5 buth. Phone 2-4330. FOR SALE—Hclnrlch Bavarian china, gold and white, service for eight. $100 cash. Call before. & p. m. 219 Lincoln, Kusi. Bajtersfjeld. 49 FOR SALE—Caterpillar 5-ton. Call Shatter, 786, after 7 p. in. 48 DECORATE your home with mirrors. We specialize In morrors for mantels, walls and doors. Bakersfleld Glass Company. 1715 Nineteenth street, 1-10-tf ElEPAIR your own shoes. We carry a cood stock of leather and accessories for repairing. Paul Hornune, 1606 Nineteenth street. 8-23-tf LIMITED number of new and factory rebuilt Hoover sweepers available only to peruons having old Hoovers to trade In. Liberal allowance. Guaranteed factory parts an* service. Call Weill's service department, 5-6851. 7-6-tf My VACOLITE Is fitted to correct my own individual hearing loss. Clement Her- nhey, 2?.in Center street. Phone 2-0571. 9-15-tf ONE-DAY SERVICE Grade A Truck Rubber SIKNDERHAtJSEN'S 801 Niles Phone 3-1402 FKRT1HKER AUTUMN'S HERE—HII.MMER'R C.ONE PURCHASE NOW FOH F1KLD OR LAWN Dairy and stable. $6 per load. K<l L. Aliers, 920 Twenty-fifth stiect. 1'hone 2-3841. 63 Legal Notice* NOTICE TO CKRUITOKS No. 8452 In the Superior Court of tho State of 2aUfornta. In and for the County of Kern. In the Matter of the Estate of Clarence Churchill Selilen. also known a» Clarence Selden, alao known as C. C. Selden, leceaaed. Notice !• hereby given by the under- igned. Margaret T. Selden. Administratrix with the Will Annexed of tho estate of Clarence Churchill Selden. deceased, to he creditors of. and all persons having lalms against the suld deceased, to pre- ent them with the necessary voucher* within six months after the first puhll- atlon of this notice, to said Admlnlstra- rlx at Ihe law office of Harvey. Johnston & Baker, 359 Haberfelde Building. In the ity of Bakersfleld. Kern county. C»ll- ornla, which uald office the undersigned elects as a place of"buslness In all maters connected with said estate, or to file hem with the necessary vouchers, within ix months after the first publication of his notice In the e;f|ce of the clerk of he Superior Court of the State of Cs.ll- ornla, in and for the County of Kern. Dated and first published September 4, 944. HARVET. JOHNSTON * BAKER. 59 Haberfelde Building, Bakerstleld, California, Attorneys for Administratrix. MAROARKT T. SELDEN. ,• Administratrix vlth the Will Annexed of the estate of Clarence Churchill Selden, also known a« Clarence C. Selden, also known as C. C. SeUen, deceased, ept. 4, 11,11, 26; Oct. 2.^ 99c FOR FULL LUG Bring your own containers. Ths same kli.d of pears we had last year. 1019 Baker East Bakera-fleld 8-17-tf FUR .SALE—Non-hot onion set. 25o In. 805 Oak street. 49 TEIIACITAPI POTATOES—We now have some long, white nnd russet potatoes of commercial quality at this very low price of $3.49 per sack. Now Is the time to put away potatoes for winter. The potato season at Tehachapi is about over. Stock up now. Mooney's Market Spot. Eighteenth & Union. Phone 3-0961. 9-23-tC BABY CHICKS star'M on order. We have rniorM broilers, roasting hens. Rlver- v!••>•/ Hatchery. 215 Roberta Lane. Phone _ :-v.:) : K 7-19-tf ATTENTION'. POULTRYMENt O'ir Market Is Open VTA Par TITS for Fryers and Roister* Ona BlocH West of East Bakersfield Pnst Office ' llf>« Kern Street Dial J-2458 EHADFORD POULTRY MARKET 7« WANTED TO BUY—Horses, hogs, cattle. any amount. L Anderson. Route 2, Box M6. 1'honc 2-7fl03. «8 FOR SALE—One hay mare. 4 years old: pood Faddle horse and well-bred horsa colt. Ifi months' old. Call 8-8531 or n I ghts 2-2 31 3. 48 BTV. SELL or trade, all kinds of live- stork. Phonn 2-3022. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center, 200 yards _?ast_pn_HoskJns Road. «J5 BILLY GOAT and Bix nannies. Saanon cl.nry Bto.-k. Not cheap coats. 300 Ost- cl"ii street. Ei«t Bakerntield. 4D FOR SALE—Tw> s.ifUlle horses. Very gentle. Route 3. Box 646. Phons 1-7018. 49 FOR SALE—Two Shatter O24. good mules. 52 FOR SALE—7-mnr.ths-oltl Guernsey heifer cult 1 in KOO<! condition. Hort'a Dairy. V h r^n_e_ 2-7142. <s FOR SALK—Choico family cow. -with hi;if»r calf. Guaranteed. 1',4 milen west of (.".reent'ield on Taft Highway. W. W. Reelie. 48 FOR SALK—Team of big black work; mares, s and » years old. Bargain. I'liona 2-.1392. 48 FOR SALK—Fancy producing does. Priced 10 sell nuickly. Phona 2-3186. S2 WANTED—Fat rnhblt fryer* and roast- Insr rabbits. Also rabbit pelts, son Niles strcot. phone 2-JJS22. 49 FOR SALE—Pertifrreed New Zealand rabbits, three hutches, onq double decker. Ca U_nfler Ii p. m. B-522S. fin WORK HORSE for sale at 604 Higgtns. 49 BARY nt.TCKfl. all sizes. South American nuncklcas Muscovies; make nice peta or buy small and raise for your holiday dinner. Phone 2-7!>fil>. 49 FOR SALE—Four white does with litters: three bred does, one white buck, three double hutches and equipment: one ftmall haliy chick coup. 416 Marcus. Phonn 4-4381. S n CHICKENS for sale, cheap, lams. Phone. 6-6115. 151« •Wlll- I.argo vlnerlpened 8 Do FULL LUG your own containers a lu\o 1019 Baker Street. East BakersfleW 9-25-tf. WANTED TO BUY—Feeder pigs. K ft 8 Feeders Company. Phone 2-5053. 49 Dogs and Other Pets YOUNO MALHJ hlrddoit for sal* cheap Phono 6-5740. 2229 East California. B9 For Exchange—Miscellaneous WILL TRADE 193T Ford coup* (Callf.- 9B665). for plckun. Phone 8-2071. 48 "Will iron make your little boy stop swiping our cement?" OBITUARY NOTICES BATRMAX. LOUIS I,.—Funn-al srrvl.-cn for Lou la J*. But emit n. ti7. who <lfr<i September 25 at a local hospital, will bo he Id September 27 at U p. in. «t Uoutfhty-CaHioun-O'Mpura Chnpel. In- trrmeut will ho In Union Onu'lery. Surviving Mr. DFiicinnti, \vho livfrt in R:ile- ers field for 3S yitara, arc Ins widow, Mrs. Km ma R tit emu n. l"2f> fourth Btreet: a son. liny mom I Batsman, Makers field ; a daimhtor. Mrs. Pearl Hos«, J,HH Yogas, Nfjv:; thrco RramlrhMdrt'n. Kleanor Adnmn. San Misn^l; Dnnrin I/i»e Krcnrh. Bakensfleld: Ttnymoml \V. JButu- rnim. United Ktalns Marino Otrps. BKAY. NANCY I.KK— Funi-nil Bervkos for N'uin-y Lr*» Uiay, infant d..iu*;Mi?r of Mr. wild Aim. r.'irrell Univ. Hak- ersfield, who difd bupiomher l;J at a Inea I hospital, wpre held September 25 at 10 a. rn.. at Gi ecu lawn CluipfM, the Jtoverpnd Dillon Wesley Thr.ii.'iiinnrton off in tat in*;. Interment. WHM in Ureen- lawn .Memorial I'ark. Surviving the child, ben idea her parents, n ro fcrand- pni ents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilt lam Hray. Halcersfielil; John MOMIT. Ohowchilla. ECK, NKTTIK— servh-os for Nettie Et:k, 7", who died iS"|i!fiiit'"r - 'i at a lot ;i 1 bospit;ii. w< i e held Svpl (v nil'?f 1:5 at 2 p. in. at Fliekincpr-PiKi-r Chapr-t. the KevM^nd N. A. f'hristi'ii^-ti official intf. ^urvivm^ Mrs. K< k an* h<T hn.ohaiid. .In rob P. l->k; sntis, Mil V. K<:k. Needing; David J. Ki k. <'niton; daughters. Mrs. Lydia ("'oopi-r. Salt I-ak<! Cny. Utah; SI rn. liulda ('!• -land. Siiiitn Kosa; Mr«. Mary Mosirnan, ftft'il Icy; Mr-*. Mai tha UHswItf. ram:ir'!lo; Mrs. N'-ttie Sweeney, C«>fijh; Mrs. Kimna Fr:e- s.-ii nnd Mrs. Ann Oomprmi. hnth n? Hakertil'ii'ld: 2 daiii;htcr.s-<ii-law. 7 MMIS- In-law, 14 Krandchildrt'M and fuur gi' iit- Ki atid'.:hild: t.-n. iM-II.I.AN. JOHN MAKVIN—rjrHVPsddP Htjrvicfs tor J'lhu Maivm Gilfillan. infant son of Mr. and Mrs, (Jcnr^y i>. Cil I i I iun, 'Ji)0 Thirty-f irtu si i t'*-t, who died S. pt-Miihrr 1M ;it a I-HM! wore hold September IT > a t J .'.',>) \>, tn. n t (.! P '-nlawn Ceiii^t fry. thy Hi'vert-ml Sam Kl'^er ol final mi,'. I >( MIL-hi v- Calhoun-U'Mt'tUii ('hap- 1 had chaiKe of nri :tiiK''ntenfs. Surviving tho Infant are hi.s paieniH: ina Kntndntoiht.'i'.i. Air 1 *. Jack J'ottm-. Kakertifirlfl: ,Mrn. I. Sunnier. Hutura. Cit.; uiundfathfr. Genree Gilfallan, \Vhefline, \V. \ a ; Kreat-nrn nd- in other, Mrs. Maudo \Vutsun. JlUdseil, Kan. GKWIH I], r.ft.U'K M.~ Fungal sei-vi.-^s for <;ra<;« M. Oi il hie. 73. who <li."t SepN'mht.'! ?t at I'ainarilhi. will t>e held Ht.'ptemhor 27 at 10 ». in. nt l-'Lirkinurr- DiKit-r Oiapid. lh« R<'vtn'mi C. \V. Opm of f ic tat in:;. Intonm-nt will he In Union ftMMiMpry MLS. Linhble lived in Itak- ei nt'ield for lit* yea t s and was a im i m- her of n. A. V. Surviving Mrs. C.rih- h!e ar«» her husband. Gnu Grlbblt, 831 Kcarrisley avenue; a daughter. Mr». I'aulinu Cramer, Bakersfield; two Urandduuehters. Klva Lou Cribble. Fresno; Mra. J*. T. Sharp, Bakerefield; a grandson. John C. Cramer; a brother, Cluudo K. Davis. Button willow. IIOGAN. CECU,*— Funeral eervtcee for Cecil Hogan. 46. who died September 24 «t a local hospital, will ba held September 26 at lu a. m. at Greon- lawn Chanel. the Reverend Hay den Spars, officiating-. Interment will be In i.reeiilawn Memorial Park. Pallbearers are K. T. Harkleroad. N. G. Hader. f). U. Si-ars, l.loyd bears. Ted Header an 1 Da r re II Adams. Soloist will be Sain KleinsassrT, and organist. iTlorenoa ]Jii>les.s. Survivintr .Mrs. Ilogan nr« her husband. Robert N T . llognn, 2900 Alta Vi«ia Drive; Bt-n, Jack Hogan. United States Army: mother, Mrs. Dmcie R. Stoekard, TOMIS; brother JTletcher Ptockard. Ok In hnma. SAM>AN.\. HU.AIUO DL'K AN—Grave- si do services lor U Mario Duran Saldan a, ;u'i, who died September 23 at a K'-onfl hospital, will be hold September "it at 11 a. m., at Union Cemetery, the llcveiend Joseph A- Losado ofticiat-r In*,-. I'Mtckinper-Disior Chapel haa charge of arranperiifMHS. Mr. SaWana i* t nrvived by hia sister. Tola Lopez. Route 1, Box 315. Ventura. TKOI.T.. WILT.1AM MARTIN—Funeral HL-rvicen fnr William Martin Troll. 43. Ytlm d'tMl September -1. at a Santa Par- bar a hoHpual, \vtil he held September "*5 at - p. m. at I'll-kinger-Dicier Chnpi'I, 'ho Reverend A ruh^ny Donat of I'M lat intf TnU'i :n.:ut will bo in Union CtTiietfry. Mr. Troll is survived by his widow. Mrs. Ma Let Troll, Route 6. Box 1 TO. Hak*>rsfiel i !:!.» parents. Mr. and Mr.". \\'ilh;un Trull. HJI korsf leldt »is- t-Ts, Mis iJura-i rito V liruore, KakersTn'ld: Mm. May TCrleno Thornbure. AV.'nt t!rr; nie»'i.s. Kr!sn« Thorn- b'tr;;. Whltfier; .Mr*, lurlmra Mansfield. ]!akt-i!*i:«;ld: i" PNMVS. rJntfeno Thfrn- Ijufg, I'M'trd ^ta' • ••» -^ ""'""V Air Corps, H rid AVairor Ct'.i i lea i'.Krnorc, United I?t,itoa Army. VnM.lAMSON. VIVA - - l'\ -teral servfea for v ma \Vii 'ifimsnii, 67, who died S(.-nfetnl).v* 2:! at .1 i'n.a 1 hospttal, will ho Kc'ht in V.'iris, Nev.. where tha I'cilv is he: ML? sonr. ^'irvlvfns Mrs. \Vi!ii:i 'iisnn ,i rf Ivr liitahand, ItlD l a licardsii'V av» isj»- Oi'dale; a e<.»n. J. M. \\ illiaiusun. »M.dalu; a daughter. Mrs. Gei-trM-le IVL>o:s. L;i" Veff«a, Nev.; nmther, Mrs. S;i rah Simnionn. Dallas. Tf\as; two HiftL'is, Mis. J. M. Keener and Mrs. Ci-ilin 1 iuens, both of Dallas. Texas; three brothers, Isom and Joa • Summons, both of Pallas. Texas; Frank; S minions. Oklahoma. l-'Mckinsrer-Dicier r impel bas rhat-K'o of arransrementa. UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST 1'RICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phone 7-7881 Charter Avenu* «t Thirteenth J. C. PlltklRCtr Fruk Dl(tir AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT

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