The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 27, 1944 · Page 5
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SHARING Hy MAE Recently the Red Cross production center was forced to close on Fridays because of the lack of workers. This is something for the women of Bakersfield to think about. No woman should feel free in her conscience to go to a bridge party while the Red Cross production remains closed one day a week. On that one day a week, rrjen at the bat.tle front die, but women cannot give time enough to keep a Red Cross production center open. Now with the heaviest casualties of tho war happening, the Red Cross has to stop its production one day a week for lack of workers. It's a challenge for women. There must be women who can form t. Friday club for work day at the Red Cross. And another way to help is to take the motor trips south to give a pint of blood for tho Red Cross. Donors can now sign up at the Red Cross office if they wish to make a trip south to donate their blood for use of servicemen over•seas. Or they can give their blood here to the blood bank at Kern General Hospital for the use of local servicemen or their families. SALNDERS It is true that most persons called upon for a dramatic effort at a tense moment will do it. Remember all the flurry of volunteers who wanted to do war work when the war first began? Soldiers were called into the service then. Some of them are dead. There are soldiers still going into service. What has become of the fine civilian participation in the war effort? There are still jobs to do. They are important jobs. Nurse aides are still needed at the local hospitals where great nurse shortages still exist. Women trainees are still reeded, and the women who took the training are needed on their jobs. The work of rolling bandages, giving a pint of blood, nursing the sick, are not dramatic war jobs, but they are jobs that need to be done. It's fairly easy to buy war bonds and make a good investment to help the war effort, but while it is not so eaay, it is personal service and effort that are now needed if woinen of Bakersfield keep their war record as bright and fine as at the outset of the war. VTORKERSI WHO SUFFER FACTORY'ITCH SKIN RASHES Zemo pnnirUr rrihms tortaral — ^ fm.mmmmf m*j • wnv^ww «OT •••• V • First applications of wonderful soothing, medicated liquid Zemo—a Doctor's f or- Ihula— promptly relieve intense itch •nd burning of jimple skin rashes, ec« re ma and similar skin and scalp irritations due to external cause. Zemo also •Kda healine. Backed by 35 years' success! Clean, stainless, invisible Zemo won't show on skin. «9fmmf\ 8 different sizes. Officers Elected by Taft Kiwanis Club TAFT, Sept. 27.—Election of officers and directors occupied the members of the Taft Khvanis Club at the wekly luncheon at Hotel Taft recently. Officers elected were: Herbert Benno, president; Marvin Goode, vice-president; Herman Mott, secretary-treasurer; Norman Grouse, Herbert Dwight, Marion Faulkner, Arthur Krystfll, John Logan, George Stewart and the Reverend Carl Stocking, directors. ENDS SATURDAY...Wards Big Motor Oil Lowest Price of »h« Year! — Supreme ua ore now S35sir-r.cs V" F.J- SALE! Hi-Prestur« or Cup Grease 54c 5-LB, CAN Beth top quality i ; ; both at a LOW pricel Will not clog fittings or harden. Stock up now and SAVE! Sale) Grease Gun, spring-fed: 2.88 IVlontgomery Ward Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone 7-7871 "Where Parking Is Easier" West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve Yeul cnsinin Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm in the West 1434 Nineteenth Street, Baker»fleld USED PIANOS Guaranteed like new. Selling now at Va original cost. Easy terms. Free delivery. PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY 1610 Nineteenth Street Kern Range Condition Is "Below Normal" Range condition In Kern county is considerably below normal, Marc A. Lindsay, Kern county farm adviser, announced today. The quantity of feed available and the large number of cattle on hand has caused cattlemen in the county to reduce their herds under the 1943 number by culling out the poorer animals, Mr. Lindsay explained. Even though this county's range condition is poor, pastures and ranges throughout the state are reported to be in much better condition than seemed possible earlier In the season, when range conditions were placed at 20 points below the long-time average. DAUGHTER BORN TO BOLYARDH TAFT, Sept. 27. —Sergeant and Jasper Bolyard of l:is Pico street, are announcing the birth of their second child, a 7-pound 11-ounce girl. PERSONAL MENTION MASTER SKROEAXT DONALD W. SCHULZ spent the past week end In Taft with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. George Schulz, "f 50!) Pierce street. lie was released from the Santa Barbara Hospital September 13. Whilo in the hospital, he was in the same ward ns Kenneth Collett, who was injure,; in tho south Pacific area. SERGEANT AND MRS. PAUL. WELLS are visiting'in Taft with Sergeant Wells' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Banks of 200 Eastern avenue, and Mrs. Wells' mother, Mrs. Irene Wildharber of 408 Tyler street. Taft. Sergeant and Mrs. Wells are living at Abilene, Texas, while Wells Is based at Camp Barkley. O. M. ROBERTS of Tupman is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jess Barker of Los Angeles BUD SMITH has returned to his home in Taft from a stay with his aunt in Michigan. MRS. HKLEX ACKLEY has left for hrr former home in Cincinnati, Ohio, after several months residence in Delano where she was employed an stenographer in a Delano tax export's office. MRS. ROBERTA PENROD and daughter, Roberta Jean, and son, Richard, have returned to their Compton home after a visit of several weeks in Delano. MR. AND MRS. F. B. FISHER have returned to their Delano home from a business trip of several days spent in San Francisco. MISS DIAMOND DERDIVANIS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Derdivanls of Delano, is recovering from a recent illness. CHARLES LA DOW, SR., of the Delano district transacted business in Tulare recently. ROBERT HENRY HIETT, SR., of Delnno is spending several days at Pisnin Beach on business. S. E. STEWARD of Wasco was a recent business visitor in Delano. Kern Turkey Raisers Urged to Aid WFA In order that the hoys at the front may have a supply of Thanksgiving turkeys. Kern county turkey raisers are. asked by the War Food Administration to fully co-operate with the administration, by immediate marketing, according tt It. T. Strong, of the Kern county agricultural extension service. If servicemen are to be guaranteed turkeys for holiday dinners, processing and procurement of turkeys must be speeded up immediately, W. E. Newlon, extension specialist in poultry husbandry, University of California, advised recently. Official reports indicate a record national supply of 500,000,000 pounds of turkeys this year, and only 3,000,000 pounds of turkeys have been obtained tor tho. government needs to date, in addition to the 8,000.000 pounds' of hen turkeys purchased in carlv Juno. jEafeertfielb Caltforntan Wedncsdoy, September 27,1944 5 PEANUT BUTTE ft Ri«M to limit if reserved. No sale* to dealers. Sfock aft NOW *{'*• i Brisk days will soon be here, and with them will come a need for heavier meals. Stock up now on the foods that you will be needing. Buy them at Safeway, where prices save you money, and where quality is guaranteed. Visit your neighborhood Safeway during this big Fall Event! ORANGE KING KELLY BRAND MB. Belicious Orange Mar- JAR malade. Spread on hot Jar. . . 25c cakes or biscuits 1WO 15 * Smooth, ruby-rod tomato catnip. < 50 bteo points) RED HILL CATSUP Mad* with field-ripened tomatoes. (SO blue points I CHILI SAUCE C-H-B brand, delicious flavor. <20 blue points) APPLE SAUCE lawman's trond. Real opplo flavor. <SOblu«po4nti> 14-or. Bottle 7-oz. Bottle 20-oz. Con 14" 13" 10" 13- COFFEE PRICES Airway Coffee Nob Hill Coffee Edwards Coffee Hills Coffee Ground to order Rich Blend 20" 23° '•> 27« SUZANNA'" FLOUR Ready-mixed. Easy to use. c Note tbe 20-a«. law price*, package 9 c k package AUNT JEMINA Delicious for woffles ,too. W e «<>••«. OC P.<k..e£;j 20-01. package Whether it's for a special occasion, or just an "every day" meal, depend upon Safeway Meats. They are unconditionally guaranteed. Money back if thiey fail to please. Grade AAorA Ib.l 28° v26° y JBn ^_ I .... ,.^AOf. . ..£ SYRUP AND SPREADS CUARANTllD •IIP Sleepy Hollow Syrup ££ 20* Brer Rabbit Brand Green label _,,... Brer Rabbit, gold label, Molasses, 16-oz., 23c Lunch Box *ySfl*%? '£»** Grape Jam TeaB ^r Peanut Butter £:£ ss CtNTER CUTS Beverly Smooth grind Peanut Butter J. 23 e 23« TYPICAL SAFEWAY VALUES 'ACKfD IN VISKING GRADE I FRYERS, LI. 4* GRADI • MINS, LI. 40e Krispy Crackers Two-p Tootsie V-M Salted Sodas Two-pound pkg. 30c Ib. Ib. Ib. Ib. Ib. (5) BEEF ROAST Choke of Sevan Bone or Round Bone. DT HTF PflffT Ilir PRf rLAlL DUILUIb BLLt Economical, "No-Point" cut of guaranteed beef. Cook with vegetable*. BEEF SHANKS Braise or bake these low cost cuts. FRESH GROUND BEEF Ground under State Government inspection. Packed in sanitary cosing GRADE A FRYERS New York Style poultry. Treat your family with golden fried chkken! GRADE A HENS New York Style poultry. Moke perfect chkken frkassee. Buy today. NOTE: Figures in parentheses indicate red points par pound. Some Safeway* do not carry ad grades listed. 19" 29° 46" 41- ^^^^jy^fcVA S * •-"f AV AUTUMN DESERTS OLD-FASHIONED PEACH COMLER —Prepare biscuit dough as usual. Roll it out to a thickness of % inch. Cut strip to fit around the sides of a pan about 2 inches deep. Arrange fresh, sliced peaches, sugared to taste, in pan. Dot with butter. Add % cup water to create a steam. Cover peaches with remaining dough; press edges together to seal; cut large slits in top to allow steam to escape. Bake in hot oven (450° F.) for 15 minutes, then turn down heat and bake in moderate oven (350° F.) for 15 minutes longer. FRUIT BETTY—Combine \\^ cups moist breadcrumbs with Jtf cup sugar and !>/$ tsps. cinnamon. Place alter* nate layers of fresh fruit and breadcrumbs in casserole, beginning with fruit and ending with breadcrumbs. Dot with butter or other shortening, add H cup of fruit juice or water, cover casserole and bake in moderate oven (375* F.) for 45 minutes. Serve with light cream or thin custard sauce. FRUIT DUMPLINGS - Make biscuit dough using just enough milk or water to make it very stiff. Stir in 1 cup chopped fruit or whole berries. Drop dough from tablespoon into gently boiling water, cover and cook 12 minutes without peeking. Drain and serve with cream or fruit sauce. Mokes milk drink, super-charged with vitamins and minerals. Malted Milk '^SShST '£*• 39 e Baby Foods «%» 2ri3« Now "Point Free". Clopp's Junior Foods, 2 cons 17e. Sweet Potato Slices 'J^- Vita Yam Brand—dehydrated product. Ken-L-Biskit ™°» {£ Friclrioc Cub * or Meal 4'/2-ib. r iisiues Dog Food Dho HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES SEND YOUR SERVICE MAN THIS WELCOME GIFT GOLDEN FRUIT CAKE Made with lots of fruit by Clark of California. Packed for mailing. October 15 is final date for mailing overseas! TWO POUND SIZE BAKING ITEMS Kitchen Craft Flour Pillsbury Flour Blue Tips Persona/ Goodwin's Bluing Ohio Matches Ivory Soap Lux Toilet Soap Feet's Soap Dash Soap Old Dutch Cleonser Sunbrite Cleanser White Magic 10-ei. Q e " bottle Carton ,f ljx 10-lb. sack S-lb. sack, 28c; 25-lb. sack, $1.23 10-lb. tack Royal Satin £*£» '£• bar, 3 „.,. 20* 26* bars Granulated 33-oz. pka. Granulated U'/j-oi. Plenty of suds pfcf. Household A M-oi. Three-pound economy size jar, 60c. Crisco Shortening Fluff o Shortening Mazola Oil «. $200 (3-lb. Moiling wt.) THE 1944 SAN FRANCISCO OPERA SEASON WILL BE BROADCAST BY SAFEWAY FREE 40-page Opera Broadcast Program. It tells on interesting story of each opera, shows pictures of the leading artists, lists the radio stations and broadcast time of each opera. Write to P. O. BOX 317S | SAN FRANCISCO 19. CALIFORNIA far Lib. Quart ..„, 15« 'c j .r5« Liquid Bleach Mg '/2 gal Ion, 16c Quart ** '*- 10« POINTS IACH RATIONED FOODS — Hue fobiH — •RICE VALUI CEREALS Ry-Krisp Cheerioats Kellogg'sPep Raisin Bran Wheat Meal Wheatena VVUCUieUa 7-ei. Pkf. '!:*• pkf. " Hot serve " breaktostcereal (60) (30) Tomatoes (irnV.fi \l\Jf V-O Vegetable Juice Cocktail FARM-FRKH PRODUCC / Select your own fresh fruits and vegetables from the large selection at Safeway. Rushed from farm to store —full of vitamins! BELLFLOWEB APPLES t ft c Tart new apples. Preferred variety for baking delicious apple pie. ••>• ^P PERSIAN MELONS % Jo Thick-meated, fine-flavored melons. Enjoy them often for breakfast. '"* *• BUCK B1BIEB GBAPES , lie Also Red and White Malaga Grapes .Buy an assortment for the fruit bowL • • SOLD CABBAGE -' * Crisp and fresh. Nice for cabbage salad, or for cooked cabbage dishes. UTAH Ib. 5 %P — Re4 Point* — (1) Cherub Milk (Small cans, 2 to- 9c, plus Vz point each) (2) Sunnybauk £•££ (2)Dalewopd CELERY ^ 12 Crisp, green, succulent. Makes tasty green salads. Use in lunches. *•*• ™ " YOONG CIBBOTS Fresh, tender, young carrots. Sold by the pound at Safeway. Top* off. H>* •UY PMOOUCC TNI MODIRN WAYt AT Safeway, fresh fralH and vefletablet are priced tho accurate way — by the paund. 5

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