The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 10, 1936 · Page 6
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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 10, 1936
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g^p^lplp^ ?"' • •••••' THB BAKfcttSMBL!) CAUPQBJW, TJWBSPAY, SBptBJMpBlt 10, V_ >i«li«22, COMMUNITY Items of Note in Wasco WASCO, Sent. 10.—Mr. nnd Mrs. Claude Hnl<cr had n« gu<?«tB over the holidays Mr. nnd Mrs. K. R. Uunoy nnd children of Berkeley and Luther Schooley of Texas. B. W. llomOld was In Lou Ango- les Sunday arid Monday for tho air runes. Melville Homfold linn gone to Delano to prepare for resuming bin duties ns intitructor In the Delano School, A group which spent tho wcol< fnd together at Lloyd McadowH Included Miss Wlnnlfrod Cokely. Mm. TCdnn Schmidt. A. J. M(!Cotnl,H, Mr. mnl Mrs. Albert MeCombs and .llinmli' Wright. Mr. nnd Mrw. Allx-ri M< Combs have spont mont of the mini rno.r at Lloyd MondowM. .llminlo Wright has been nt tho mond<wH for tho past several wneks and will rn- turn tho latter part of thin wr>ol<, when A. J. McComhs and Miss Win- nlfred Cokoly return. Miss Ida MHdrum and her mother, Mrs. Millie Meldrum, returned Knt. urday from a aummor viifiitlnn. Miss Moldrum In homo enonomlcK ltn<li-uf- tor in the Wn^co HlRli Heho"). Ted Sohmldt Hjiont the holidiivn In Los Angeles with hln father, who has been very 111. Mr, and Mrs. W. II. .Tnhnnt. in oompany with Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Thollo o'f Bnliprnflold, lofl Inst Frldny for (Irnnd Canyon, where they spent an cnjoyublo w»!ol< end. They mporl porfi-et weiithor and fine roads all tin! way to Grand Canyon. Mr. und Mrs. 1 larnld QruncH of Los Angeles spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert PrllHchkn. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Wlnn went to Lou AiiK'-'InM for tho two holidays. Mrs. Wlnn nnd Miss Audra Wlnn, who linn hern In I/OH Angules with her sister. Mrs. Paul Tremnln. the past month, will return to Wnsco tho latter part of this woi-lt, r. A. Cnmpbi'll and daughter, Miss Hi.(Ho CiirnplM-ll, went to LOH Arige- |I.M l>v nit-plum; Saturday evening, rn- iiirnlnK Monday night. While In Urn lioiiili thi'v worn with rolallves. Brurrt Caniplioll also wpent the wook nnd In LOH Angelas and at tho beaches. HOLT KILLS 8I»AIWO\V8 NORWALK., Conn., Sept, 10. (U, j'.)—Over 100 sparrows mot instant di'-alh hero when lightning passed ihrough a iroe In which they were rooHtlng In tho yard of B. O. Smith. The lilnlH wore found In the yard ciftor tho storm, and all worn practically donudfd of tholr feathers. Flavor-Famed Meats FANCY 1930 SPRING DAOY MILK LAMB Legs "Finest Quality" Ib. 25c ARMOUR'S WHITE CLOUD BULK SHORTENING . . Ib. lOc FIRST 6 RIBS "DEBT CUTS" PRIME RIB ROAST. . .lb.25c BUNNYFIELD OR CUDAHY'S PURITAN SLICED BACON, j-lb.pkg.19c Fresh LEAN GROUND BEEF 15c CUDAHY'8 PURITAN—'/a-LB. CELLO PACKAGE LINK SAUSAGE 17c EASTERN O.RAIN FED PORK LOIN ROAST . . Ib. 27c QOLDBN RIPE BANANAS ... 6 Ibs. 25c DIITTCD BUI I tn fmonml grndn, OQ/> O«PC KELLOQO'S CORN FLAKES 8TRINOUEBS CUT BEANS r.n ? 8c EIGHT O'CLOCK PhCECC MMd& 1 - |l) -17*» lillrrCt Mfiiow b«o JLIC (3-poiimt l)ng, 4flc) t)tl- M'bNfC I SPINACH o^n "fjw 12c D(3t- MONTK I JUICE TOMATO 3 N cJn 1 . 19C DEL MONTE FRUITS-o«SALAD7Jl4c AUNNYFIRLD CORN FLAKES X' 6c OIL MONTE PLUMS DELUXE ANN PAQE PORK A BEANS 3i; n .'25c SKIPPY P-NUT BUTTER ^ri2c PRANCO-AMnniCAN SPAGHETTI 2 XX; 15c C.H.D. Hwrrl, Olllt or Swrel Ml»rd PICKLES 3°Vu°/25c OHIO OI-UK TIP MATCHES 6»ox,. 22c SHORTEN! NC SNOWDRIFT 3. ID. 55c ••MAQIC 8COURINQ PADS" BRILLO PAD. VT q " 7c WALDORP TISSUE TOILET roll 4C RAJAH SAIAD DRESSING QK8MAHD I f> BEANS CALIFORNIA TOMATOES 3 N A.V25c TBNDtn SWEET PEAS N c°.« ? lOc AUNT DINAii MOLASSES No ..' n -20c AI tn DASH SOAP : B 40c 'Tim Bklft Yoi Lovi- In touch" CHAD Wnortbiiry 1 *** . «C» oUAr i ACIAI z •"'•«• IDC 13c ftl QUOIA RIPE OLIVES BROWN SUGAR ASSORTID FLAVORS DORIS JAMS |or 8 "20c WE8TCHES1 ER BROTH CHIC KRN t3cu0 ,MOc BUCKET CVDIID "Mirlr »t dinUr id line bottle SUN VIEW—TASTY FIG BARS » lOc TREASURE BRAND SARDINES ::; 6c PliniTAB HAtAD MUSTARD '";.,•:' 15c MIl.ANI'S CHICKEN* NCO MARCO DOQFOOD 3;;^ !9C .BIS— VACUUM PACK COFFEE D .T.S" V. 1 ?' 28c ,:,25c Yaken Club Urn* Rickey, Sparkling WaUr GINGER ALE ' 11-01. bottlei JWCff fJWCmi Ml., SXT. 6 MOW., IIPTEMIFK M, 1} 6 H (W« «»«rv* th» Right to Limit Qu*ntHI*«) A&P FOOD STORES Mrs. George Jock Reported Near Death in Oregon Auloniohilc Crush (Nfierlal In Thr. (Jattfornlan) WAHfo, Sopt. 10.—A lottor was received Wndnesday telling of tho serious Injury of Mrs. George Jack In an auiornnbllu wreck near Port- I laud, Ore. Men. Jack nnd her sinter- I In-law, Mrs. William .Tank, nro both ! In Iho Coffoy Hospital ut PortUuul with ncrluiiH Injurlos. It Is reported that Mrs. (Jonrgf) Jack has un- uunm-louH for 10 days, hovering bo- twomi life nnd death, but that somo Jiopo IH bnlng luHd for her recovery. Tho car In which they woro riding rollod over thren llmcB, but no other dolallw of tho wreck woro given, Both Mr. and Mrs. Ueorgo Jack are well known in tho Wasco- Hlmfter comniuntly. Mr. Jack had a largo ranch between Wuseo and Hhaftor. Both woro nctlve for many yearn In tlio Wuuco Masonio and ICanlcrn Hlur Ludttus nnJ In civic and social activities both In Slmflor nnd Wnsco. Mr. and Mrs, rioorgo Jaok and Mr. and Mrs. William Jaok and daughter had been on a vacation trip to Portland. Tho 'George Jacks have lived at Han Diego tho limt wweral yours. • • * SHAFTER *——— HIIAJrTER, Sept. JO.—Amontf the Ificiil young pnopln pruparlnir to return to tholr Htudli'H In dlffnrnnt ool- troii and unlvnrHltloH nro: I'orry I'ot- n-, Hun ,I(i(i(i Htnt«i Durroll Janzon, H. r.; T'liul Wlnbn. U. C. L. A.; 'rnncKH A1l<l«oly, U. C. U A. Klroy Jiinzpri In now touring tho ilddlo wmit with his undo, a rover (Jordan HtnlOi nnd Phil O'Hannn- on wero visitors In fond yastorday. K. II. hfi" Hold hln drug lorn bulldliiK to Chrlfl Ilunddl and fill build a now oHlubllnhmunt on in corner now occupied by Max Me Clnli'y'H soft drink Htand. Mr. trhiKham annnuncos hl« now storo /111 have all modern fouturon, Includ nu drive-In facilities. Ixchange Endorses Wasco_Boncl Issue WASCO, Hopt. 10. — Tho Waaco Oxuhango Club has gone on record n ondorHlng tho bond alacllun for a owcr syHltim which will coinn to a r ole next Tuesday. Tho regular si (don of Iho Kxohangn Club WodnoM- dny WHS devoted to dlsp.usHlon of Iho ion<l INSIIU und thn nend of tho nowor itnin, Allan Johnston, prow Mont eoruluclml thp nirolln(T. Events of Tekachapi Note TKHACIIAI'I, Sept. 10,—Merle rossor and Hoy Cotton, who have cti visiting tho formers sister, Mrs. Loo Burger, In Monolith for tho past week, returned to their homes In Los Angolos Saturday. Mr. nnd Mr*. Harry Nelson of tfonollth entertdlnad their daughter, Minn Muriel Nelson, and Randall Kondall of Olondalo over the wook ?nd. Mr. rind Mrs. IMgar Knelp re- .urned Saturday from a week's va- •ntlon In Long Beach. Miss Shirley Hammond and MlB* Oortmdo Petor- man wore In Long Beach with them for two days. Mugeno Sola of Tuft visited his jaronts hero over tho holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lee and baby son of Taft vlsllcd Mrs. Lottie Leo Sunday and Monday. Frank Burns and a friend of Hoi- wood vlsliod Mr. and Mrs. ISnos ™ot.«rman tin Labor day. Mr. and Mrs. Mrnost .lohnson and son Latnont of Pasadena vldltecl Mr«. Johnson's ulster, Mrs. Dorothy McCarthy and family, over tho week end and Mondny. Charles Marshall, former barber 'or Josn .Sola, loft Saturday for Los Angolos. Carl Wilder of Bakersflold will now assist Mr. Sola. Ho und Mrs. Wilder will reside here. Mrs. Ethel Bohna, former teacher n Ciimmlngs Valley, and,children vlsltod Mrs, J. Simla and other fflnnds hnra Sunday and Monday. Mr. und Mrs. Charles Barnard of Ventura and Mrs. Amanda Kelt of L.OH Angeles vlsltod Mr. and Mrs. 8, V, Muthows over Iho week-end and Labor day. Ueorge Dnyln of But ton willow ;amo up Satin-day to vlnlt frlonds mill Tuesday. Tho Reverend and Mrs. Theodora Williams of Maricnpa eamo up Sunday for a Bhort stay to visit tholr former parishioners horo. They sliiyeil at tho home of tho Reverend nnd Mrs. F. O. Wyntt, who wore jlillgod to l><; In LOH Angolos tho first of thin wqck to attend a church mnellng. Mrs. Ellwilinth Rule of Nowlmll, Mrs. Stewart Bryant and son of Mo- Jn.vo nnd Mro. Juvla TIannhott of Nnwhn.ll vlaltnd Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Ralnoy on Labor day. Hud Smith loft Sunday for Sacra- mnnto lixonter conntrurtlon work. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Englo and daughter Ksthor of Cantll were horo on bjislnoss Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Downs passed Sunday and Monday In LOH Angeles and Laguna. They took down Miss Mary MnCoIlooh, who will rc-ontor Junior college In Los Angeles. Miss Dolly Fleas, who has been visiting Mr .and Mrs. Boh Freeman, returned to her homo In Phoenix on Tuesday morning, accoinpunlod by Mr*. Freeman, who Is her aunt. Mr. iiiul Mrs. F. P. Onkes and sons of LancaHter visited friends horo on Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Cpsmnt and sons of Bakorafleld passed Labor day hero. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sherman of T.OK Angeles vlsltod the Hank Fro- Helm and Jo«o Sola families over Sunday and Mondny. Mr, and Mrs. John Dlx of Mono- Ith hod as their guests over the week-end Mr, and Mrs, William Malabo and Mr. and Mrs. Maybry Shay and daughters, Edna and Patricia, of Olendalo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Worthlngton and son of Olondlvo, Montana, vis- tod tholr cousin, Mrs. O. W. Birdwell of. Monolith, en route to the San Dlogo, Forth Worth and Dallas expositions. Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Beeson and hlldren of Ottawa, Kansas, left for .heir homo Saturday after spending 10 days at tho home of their brother, Hugh Beeson, In Monolith. Dr, Clara Rlnohart of Hornet vis- ted over the holiday with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Hornburgcr. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Warner and sons returned Saturday to their home In Monolith after a week's vacation passed at the redwoods and in deep sea fishing at Avlla. Mrs. Ruby Nettleton returned Sat- jrday morning from a vacation In Long Beach to take up her duties as icachor at tho grammor school. Her lusbanfl, Lieutenant Thomas Nettleton, flow up from March Field for a short stop Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flckert of Long Beach, Henry Flckort of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ilendry and family of McFarland pa.H8(3d tho week end and Monday at i.ho Flcltert ranch in Bear valley. Barbecued beof was served Monday at the ranch for tho pleasure of tho guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Winchester, Sam WlnohoHtor and Miss Edith Wood of Fresno visited over tho holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Duck. Kansan to Teach Kern Agriculture WASCO, Sept. 10.—Henry W. tohmitz of Manhattan, Kansas, has jeen secured a* the now agriculture .eachor for the Wasco High School to take the place of W. IS. Court, who accepted a position at tho California, Polytechnic School at San Luis Oblspo. Dr. Ben R. Cranclall, principal of Wasco High School,- reports that tho new agrlbuUuro teacher comes ilghly recommended as one of the best Instructors. Mr. Sdhmlti! was secretary-treasurer for 12 years of tho Kansas Vocational Agriculture Association. Mr. Schmllz is expected to arrive here In Wasco with his wlffi and two children before the opening of school next week. It is suld that there wore no California agriculture teachers available, its they all had positions. MARICOPA MARICOPA. Sept. 10. — Bertram Sneddon, eon of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Snoddon of Cuyama valley, Is In the Community Hospital at Taft, where ho was taken Friday to undergo an operation for appendicitis. Ho is reported doing well, Mr. und Mrs. O. O. Miller and daughter Mary Lou, accompanied by Harold Mitchell, visited over Sunday and Labor day at Lone Pino with tholr son Roger, who la employed in tho General Petroleum Station there with Ray Blair, formerly of Marl- copa. They were accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Blair, who vlsltod her son Ray and hl» wife. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wilson of Los Angeles wero guests on Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. James Lucoy. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mlncey of KlngBburg ware guests during the week of Mrs. Ida Newman and other friends in Maricopa. They wero accompanied homo by tho Misses Betty nnd Alice Nnwinaln, who will bo their guests until Saturday evening. Mr. and, Mrs. Howard Richards report tho arrival of Gay Louella, an 8-pound daughter, at tnelr home on Sunday evening, September . 6 Mother and daughter are at the homo of Mrs. M. A. Blanco, mother of Mrs. Rlohardd and are doing nicely. GLENN VILLE GLBNNV1LLB, Sept. 10.—Overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mowman Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Low and children Evelyn, Virginia and Wanda. Mrs. Nellie Foster of Bakersflcld was a week end guest at the Leo Pascoe home. Harold Cantleborry and Mrs. Alice Martin were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Beard at California Hot Springs. Callers at the Jim Dunlap ranch Saturday woro Mr. and Mrs. J"oo ITrazlcr, Mrs. Nettle Boen, Mrs, Thelma Frazler and daughter Doris of Kernville, W. A.«Lavers, Mr. and Mrs. George Cook and son. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Martin Monday were Mrs. Jim Williams of Gran I to Station and daughters, Mrs. Ceorgiana Cole and Mrs. Leah Lemuchl of Bakersfield, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bohna and sons Robert and Henry, Mrs. J. C. Rutledgo and daughter Lois and Mr. and Mrs. Fayne Lockheart nnd son. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peterson of Taft spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pascoo. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Muggle- bury of Terra Bella and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harty of Bakeraflold were visitors at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Maddux. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bohna and chil droti, now located at Placervllle, vis Ited friends hero over Labor day. Bakersflold visitors from this vi olnity Tuesday were Mrs. Henry See ley and daughter Sandra Leo, Mrs Pearl Olds and children. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Mosler were business visitors at Pleasant View Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Frnzler an< daughter Doris of Kernville spen the week end at tho C. J. Frazlo homo. While hero dove hunting was great sport at Clover Flats. W. A. Lavors was a business vis itor in Bakerstleld Tuesday. Mrs. IVR Fraga returned to he home in Wasco after spending several days as tho guest of Mrs. Nora Newman. McFarland Personal Notes MoFAKLAND, Sept. lO.—Mr, and Mrs. Frank M. puff'and their three hlldren arrived here Saturday after- noorv from their hotrie In Cold Springs. Okla., and arc guests In the lome of Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Huddleson. Guests In the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sawyer over the holiday week-end Included the letter's jrothor and slstcr-lti-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller, Robert and Donald Fuller, of Pomona. They arrived early Friday morning accompanied by Robert Sawyer, who had panned two weeks as their guest at ,helr homo In Pomona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kills of Glendale were calling on Mr. and Mrs, Karl Sawyer Friday while en route to the north on a vacation. Mr. Ellis, waa a former resident of this community and Is the son of Mrs. Zoo Ellis, who holds property Interests here. The yountr couple were Just recently married In the south. . E, D. DoBolt passed several days in Los Anfeeles visiting; relatives and friends. Ho returned Friday night accompanied by Mrs. DeBolt and their daughter, Miss Mario Louise, who had enjoyed a longer vacation n the south. Accompanying them home was their nleco, little Rosemary Slsson, who returned south Sunday afternoon, her father, Carl Slsson and his son, who on- loyed the week-end visiting his Brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. DoBolt. , Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Plsor and their small daughter have arrived in Delano, where the former has been eleoted to teach In the grammar school. .They were calling on Mo- Farland friends Friday and Saturday. Mrs. RUth Hoffner, local teacher, has returned from Los Angeles, where she spent a week looking over school exhibits. She was accompa- * nled south by her daughter, Miss' Roberta, who passed the time M the guest of her grandmother, MBS. Ml*- aboth Heffnor, at her home in Oar- dena. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tlltgen returned to their home In the south Tuesday after visiting over the week end as guests of the latter> brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. fid McKev < itt. Mr. Tlltgen also attended to land* interests while here. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Whltt of Bellflower were calling on McFarland and Delano frlonds Friday while en route to Sequoia to pass the holiday week-end. Mrs. W. L. Ingram, her daughter. Miss Manota, and Miss Pauline Reed visited in Lindsay recently. They were accompanied home by the former's mother, Mrs. Mattle Cozart, 8* years of age, who has been very ill. but Is much bettor-now. Mr. and Mrs. Al Schneider entertained Mondny at dinner for Mr. and Mrs, Willis Myers of Pixley. Other afternoon callers wore Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Fulghah, cousins of the hosts, .who were returning to their home at Dunlap after a short vacation In the southern part of the state. Mrs. William Ringgold of Kingman, Ariz., is a guest in the home of her uncle, L. B. Nabers and family. She expects to remain here several days before Jplninff Mr. Ringgpld, who is first lieutenant in the united States army at Kingman. Colonel and Mrs. O. S. Grant, accompanied by their house guests, Miss Grace Nota of Plsmo and Miss Ruth Tolan of Bell, attended the wedding Of Miss Margaret Oreen- ough to Leonard Wllcox at the home of the bride's parents at Merced recently. Mr. Wllcox will study for a year at Yale, having secured a year's* leave of absence from his school duties In Chowchllla. (gemran STYLE LAGER BEER • In the handy CAT StAUD CANS at u*It <u botilt* Tho bter that's asked for "first for thirst" by connoisseurs everywhere. 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That's because it is protected from light; pasteurized quicker; and the can, like a beer barrel, is lined after it is } made to insure a one-piece lining. On summer outings you'll like the way the Cap Sealed Can chills quickly... saves you half the weight and space .;. eliminates the problem of deposits and returns ... does away with breakage. In fact, the Cap Sealed Can is ideal for beer on any occasion* To make sure of getting the finest beer in the finest container, ask for, the Cap Sealed Can.

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