The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 28, 1944 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 28, 1944
Page 12
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12 Thursdoy, September 28, T944 gfte gahfftffiftti CaHfornfan Speech Class Launched for Year; Executives Convene ,TVo events, nn executive board irieetlngr Monday niRlit at the home Of Miss Monte Fed well. Ill Hnyhert Co\irt, nnd an open house party of Kpepeh class Tuesday mpning at McKinley School, opened the \veel< on an important note for memhcis of Business nnd Professional "Women's Club. At the latter pyent. attended by -it; nipml'prs. Mrs. Fred Henry presented a bright cutting of a Broadway comedy-bit. and earned the applause of her audieiK-e. The hostesses of the evening were Miss Betty Gould, chairman: Miss Vera Gibson. Miss Dorothy May (iibson. Mrs. Alice Jane ('arlstroem. Mrs. KmmpM Henley. Mrs. Otis Ifynier. Mrs. Pearl Pi-mien. Mrs. Johnnie AVarren. Miss Arline K'aner. Miss j Mary c'arlstrocm. Miss Thelma , nohertson. Mrs. Marcia Myers, Miss I Myra N'ohle. Mi.-s Lucille llnllet nnd < Mrs. Kric Uamreys. At the board meeting, pi-esided over by Mrs. George Hamilton. president, plans were made to change the meeting night for the next dinner meeting from October <i to Octohpr ]ii, out of courtesy to the war chest hoard. At that time the legislative. educational and health chairmen will present the program with Mis* Merle Scates. | Miss Myra Noble and Mrs. Aline ; Hooper as co-chairmen !( iid Dr. i TJIchard Lo\\enhurg and Thomas i Werdel^as the speakers. ; On October 1 ,"> the business women : will observe Hnsiness \V..MHMI\S \\'eek with n "gn-tii.<'hiirch'' day, ! attending First flu-istian •. 1 hureh il ; o'clock worship hour in a body. A i breakfast will precede the servlee. \\iih Mrs. Johnnie \\arren as chairman for a second successive year. Mrs. Waller Osborn jiresented 11 best-seller books to servicemen overseas, asking the club to have charge 1 of t he distribution. i PI.ins were announced for a Hal' |owei>n party in honor of new members, to be given by Semper ])ures Club (past presidents) at the home of .Miss Cindy* Shollabarger. Attending the hoard meeting were Mrs. Hamilton, Miss Booth, Miss Gibson, .Miss Robertson, Mrs. Brnilen, Miss Xoble. Mrs. Hooper, Miss Jlene DP.mien, Miss Scates, Dr. Oma Klopp. .Mrs. Warren, Miss J''lorencp .McCulien, .Mrs. Miriam K'raywinkle. .Miss Gould, Mrs. Florence Hamilton, Airs. Laura Nichols, Mrs. Lillian Boardsley, Miss Hannah Khrhorn, Miss Hilda Gio- vannettl, Mrs. IJulh Anheier. Miss Bedwell nnd Mrs. Mildred DeBolt ! fir Freec/o/n- ruin •• itoizto SALT SOME AW AY I WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS MA Kit IK 11 ;i i.! i vH v S'"|i|i-nilir inir -Mi>s ('•mint S t.r Ki..| Col u Hilda ffn.-int's f — 1'hoio by Oormnn I) IIEKE-Among the at- nrranged weddings of r may be listed that unit- Dorothy (Jill, and Lieu- tove. Pfeil'er, Jr. at Mini] Chapel. The young ill make their home in , S. C., during the licu- tay there. Miss Gill Weds it. Pfeifer in Chapel TJpiitiMi.-uif. Slnvn ITeifpr, Jr., of the I'nitfM] St.-ile.s Army Air Forms :iinl now ."t.'itinnpii in I'olimibia, .S. c 1 ., will bo joinori soon by his rc- c'ent lirldp. the former Miss Dorothy (jill, of this cily. Tin 1 young rnuplij werp married at Mlnli'i- Field Chiipel, September 14. at 8:15 p. tn. with more than 1?> Kiiests In attendnnre. The double ring < eremony wns performed by the T'overend Father Xorhrt B. Wheeler, thiipl'tin at the post. The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T). 1,. r;il|, is an alumna of Bakersfield Hlph School where she took part in campus activities, rjeiitenant Pfeifor, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ste.vo Pfelfer, Sr., of Alarno, Texas, received his education in Texas schools. While a cadet he received his basic training at Minter Field, and was commissioned in Sacramenlo on AiiRust 4 of tills year. ] ,'l.s bride will reside with him In Columbia until he receives combat orders. For the wedding, the bride wore a white satin gown with long train, a high round neckline with a seeded pearl design on the sheer yoke. Her veil was lield to her head by a I cluster to pearl flowers. Her bouquet consisted of carnations on a while prayer book. Attending Mrs. Pfeifp,. r)s maid of honor was Miss Arlene fllanlx. Miss Glanu \\nn gowned in a pink : formal frock and carried a colonial ' boiH|iiet of carnations and gardenias. | Other nttendanls of the bride Included Miss Wilma Oill. sister of the! bride; Miss Jean Adams, Miss Patricia Van Meter, and Miss Patsy Hig-i gins. The attendants all were attired In blue gowns and carried pink i carnation bouquets and gardenias. i -Miss Beverly llalloran. the bride's cousin, was in charge of the guest book and Mr. Gill gave his daughter in marriage. Serving the lieutenant as best man was lieutenant Richard Kelly, of Minter Field: Lieutenant A. .laggard, Lieutenant H. Leight. and Lieutenant C. Moss acting as ushers. (•'or her daughters wedding. Mrs. Gill wore a black and white frock, with hlack accessories and a. white gardenia corsage. The bride was the recipient of a pre-niiptiiil shower given her by Miss .lean Adams, t!L!S Highland Drive. CONCLUDE VISIT—Newly-commissioned Lieutenant Eldon B. Gulley and Mrs. Gulley, the former Miss Lorrine Timroth, liave returned to Sherman. Texas, after a visit here. Checks to Be Sure Wings Well Pinned When newly-commissioned Second Lieutenant Kldon B. Gulley, of this city, received his hard-earned silver pilot's wings from Colonel Charles B. llarvin, commanding officer of Pampa Army Air Field, Texas, his wife, the former. Miss Lorriup Timroth. :).~iii!> M street, was present to sic they were pinned on correctly. Lieutenant. Gnlley, a graduate of Bakprsfield High School, is the son nl Mrs. .Margaret o. Gulley, of "jl.") Decatnr strict, Oildale. St. Mark's Members to Hold Picnic on Sunday Members and friends of St. Mark's Methodist church will hold a politick I picnic at .1 astro Park Sunday, Oc tober 1. at 4 p. m. The picnickers will adjourn at 7:30 to attend a world communion service at First Methodist Church. STl'DY MEETIXfS Susanna. Hall Chapter of Shakespeare Study Club will meet Friday at l:.'!n p. m. with Mrs. C. T. \Vachoh, L'll.", Parkway. Miss Anna Jose will 1 l'\-id discussion of Richard HI. WONDER WNAF f O You'll find hundreds of m«al suggestions at your A & P Super Market. Because our complete food departments offer all your needs, you get ideas galore! VAL VITA Catsup FOUNTAIN STANDARD Peaches Halve§ NG ° la ^25 c r jfine. flavor -depend on Schilling Schilling* Coffee fMIRGINCY PUDDING —Heat 1 cup milk »nd 1 cup water in double boiler. Mix 4 tbsps. GUITTARD'S Tvith 4 tbsps. farina or Cream of Wheat, 4 tbsps. sugar, ly tsp. salt; stir into hot milk-and-water, and cook, stirring, until smoothly thickened. Add \4 cup raisins. Cover, cook 15 min. Add I tsp. vanilla. Serve warm or cold with top milk. Serves 4. (A j,jod way to get children to eat their breakfast foodj. GUITTARD I O IT -T A I DI CHOCOLATE ..good brwW»«*" a real treatl Try "Shreddies"— for a delightful, melt-in- the-mouth flavor. Enticing, spoon-size biscuits made of 100% natural whole wheat. Bol< National Biscuit Company reddies From the origin a t Niagara Falls CITY—FOOD CITY-FOOD CITY-FOOD CITY-FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY-FOdD CiTY— Red Circle 2>b*.47c Bokor . . 2"».51c Values in Wgj Certi-Fresh FISH! HALIBUT STEAKS «_ 5U COD FILLETS EASTERN 43£> LAKE CATFISH NORTHERN . 44S. Columbia ts^SmeHs 371 rr*cius77> imuciL "B »"8"d'»"B'B"8"»"5'6 O'B'S 5 »T FRYERS to 3i-lbs. Average ° Grade A ... N. Y. Dressed 45 tb ,o oooooPQOOQBOOOOOoooooQQoooa BOO f HEMET CHOICE Apricots .... NQ °,-j; A&P FANCY Applesauce. . . Nc ° an2 13 c HUNT ROYAL ANNE No. 2>/i Glass Black Cherries . . No. 2','j Can, 36c RED STAMP VALUES WHITE HOUSH Evap. Milk MEL-O-BIT Cheese Spread 2 KRAFT PARKAY Margarine .... SULTANA Salad Dressing . , p j an ,! 19° ANN PAGE 1 to Me Spaghetti 3 P !< bfl .33 c SULTANA ORANGE Marmalade. . . .GiL«15° SULTANA Mb. G\ae» Preserves Blackberry. MPC rresenrc* , nd .Appi e • • X9 ANN PAGE Plum Preserves . . ^' ab8S 25 c PKKOE & ORANGE PEKOE Our Own Tea . . p^; 59° ANN PAGE LEMON Sparkle Dessert. SULTANA CIDER Vinegar SUKNYKIELD Rice Gems .... p k g 01 Corn Flakes . R-or. pkg., 5c PRODUCE DEPT. VALUES! BELLEFLEUR APPLES Pko 5 C 14 C 9 C Gallo Wines PORT or MUSCATIL CLARET or BURGUNDY 5th $ I 00 5th Jfft Go!. I Gal. OO LUX TOILET SOAP Cakes 20' LUX FLAKES Large . . . . 2f*rl*c SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP Z Coke* I 3 C D« L»e loth Site, lie | Bartlett Pears 2"».25< Lima Beans 2"» 19< Yellow Onions 3»" 8< Tokay Grapes lb 1O< | Yams or Sweet Potatoes .. 2»»19< IlMIMM^^ Headquarters for "No-Point" Values! 5| Meat Department FULL LINE OF FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS CHRIS and JACK QUALITY VEGETABLES SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WE HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE Prem or Tana 12-oz. Can No. 303 4 AC Glass •*• No. Z ^i|c • Can I I Luncheon Meat Diced Beets Glenwood Peas Libby Jumbo Peas Nc °an17 c Cream of Rice p k ° az 21 C Formay Shortening l& 67 C Aunt Jemima p S e X" 25 C Ivory Soap a ^f z ° ena 2 Cake .9 c Camay Toilet Soap .... 3 Cake . 20° Soap 3 c . k .. 17 C Del Monte Val Vita Lord Molt French Style • Little Pens Tomato Sauce Pork & Beans Green Beans Pictsweet Tomato Slices LQb ^n". Ritz Crackers Nab i. co . Nabisco 100% Bran Gold Medal Flour. . Sani-Flush Scotch Cleanser . ALL AOViRTISED ITEMS SUBJECT TO STOCK ON HAND EIGHTEENTH and EYE (TAXABLE ITEMS ARE CUBJfeCT TO TAX) PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY CLOROX BLEACH Quart | |?c BoHIt I 9 Hills Bros. Red Can Snowball Cauliflower 15 C COFFEE LARGE GRADE A YAMS COCOA ?2-ll Can BUTTER Mb. ttn. Sampan—All Green Cuts Lindsay, Mammoth Rip* Pitted Olives ( ';,29c Asparagus APPLES C. & H. PURE CANE SUGAR Fluffo SHORTENING Mb. On. Just Received Complete New Stock Mushrooms Grill—Fine California Sweet Peas^lOc Pict-Sweet No. 2 Can orn . I5c Mayflower—Pure Vegetable GREEN BEANS PEPPERS Gilt Edge Navel Orange JUICE . N ; 25c Treesweet Grapefruit 47-oz. BECK'S BAKERY Here's Health—Carrot • .<»«•» vi m-M. *.»- i«i2 .., FRUIT CAKE Order Now for Your Overseas Mailing Delicatessen Dept. IDEAL TWINS" that the boy overseas will appreciate. Salted Nuts Pecans, Almonds, Cashews, Assorted DRY ITALIAN SALAMI Challtngt Firmer Styli COTTAGE CHEESE ,, 25 Hoffman's "Better Maid" COOKED SALAMI . b . 45' Sliced for Sandwiches Fancy Wisconsin SWISS CHEESE . b .58 e liquor Department SCHENLEY'S RESERVE 4/5 $^ Q Quart . . O|i9 Mad* With Prewar Whiskey and Gram Spirits Hiram Walker's IMPERIAL BLENPED WHISKEY . .'2.14 Full REWCO STRAIGHT RYE Fun *o i Pints . . e€s 4/8 *^ A Quart . . <9a* ~F66b clTV—f6Ob tlTV~yfl65

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