The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 10, 1936 · Page 11
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'r* ' •» i t i L rner Nineteenth Streets ' :•' onvenlenee •**V***J. aturda ces wo STO .t WO ur stock lasts we roce reta Stoc I not now. nee wo * : i AT n » » O ' n * 4 TT i mt» oze pge I inn< TO TO I ssorted rry n ' ->" - I V •t •*•* '*•».'- ' - ' - ' A oktlsed "* ' ' -- r >^ * - ; ' ft * "•'- - • ' * ; . 4 in Smithsonian . . f Untied f»r*«a L«d«cd TjjTASttlNGTON, Sept 10.— An "old Episcopal praycrbook, used every day by the late General Adolphus Greclcy during his Arctic expedition, forms a part of a collection of his ttersonal effects recently placed on exhibition by the Smithsonian Institution through the courtesy of his heirs. The battered old Book of Common Prayer falls open naturally when it is picked }ip, to a selection from the forty-fifth, eighty-ninth and one hundred tenth Psalms* Day after day, more than a half century ago, it wafe opened to that page by the commander of a little body of American soldiers in about the most desperate circumstances in the story of polar exploration. The reading of passages from this book by Greeley helped to keep up the courage of his starving follow* ers while their number dropped from 25 to 7. Claim Marshal Ney uried in America (Associated Prets Leased .'SALISBURY, N. C. ( Sept, 10. ProoC that a North Carolina schoolmaster who (Jletl in 3846 wits in re- %llty Marshal Ney of Franco was claimed ho re today by C. W. Allison, of Charlotte, sponsor of a proposal to exhume the remains of tho teacher. Allison said "tho opening of tho grave Is not necessary in vltfw of Information that has been received recently. "Tho information proven beyond any doubt that the French sold lor buried in Kdwuii county under tho name of Peter Stuart Ney la the marshal, hut it cannot bo divulged at present." Itlstroians record the death of Noy before a Fronoh firing nmiad lato in 1815. Tho North Carolina tradition is that tho execution was faked, and that Napoleon's marshal escaped to this country and lived out his life a« n toacher. - / - Dclroyat, Loaded With His Trophies, Again Denies Ship Was Subsidized Prct* tjcoted Wire) LOS ANQEU3S. Sept, 10.~-Leaded down with trophies ho won as the star performer of the National Air Races, Michel Ddlroyat, tall, thin- haired Frenchman, loaves for Waatv In'gton today aboard a commercial transport. The French flyer and Mmc. Do- troyat have been Invited to bo the guests of the French ambassador in "Washington prior to their departure for Franco next week aboard the linor Normnndie. Detroyat showed no rancor bc» cuuae Colonel noscoe Turner, Los Angeles speed pilot, had accused him of using a "government subsidised plane'* In the air races against a field of "backyard ships." The French flyer said ho would return next year for the air races at Cleveland with a now plane whtch he expects will bo nblo to do 4&0 miles an hour instead of the mere 301 miles art hour h6 made here. Tho Caudron-RennuH plane Do- troyat flew hero Is obsolete, tho Frenchman declared, and he may sell It. Tho grinning 'Frenchman denied again that ho had been subsidized by tho French government, saying that hi* piano was built by a private manufacturer who spent a largo sum on it in an attomt to win government orders for similar ships. 50-aiINUTU COURTSHIP JACKSONVlbMfl. Fin,, Sopt. 10. (U. P.V»Robert J. Sweeney, -20, and his 27-year-old bride claim a record. They met in a hotel cocktail room; in five minute* ho proponed; 10 minutes later ahe said "you"; in H& minutes they got a wedding ring, license and we TO married. FISH TOWS BO AT UTICA, N. Y., Sept. 10. (U. F.>~ Churley Zobley'B "fish" nlory of seeing a boat pulled a mile and a half on Oneidn lake was Just another fish Story until the flshormnn came buck with the proof. After being dragged about the lako all afternoon by his catch, ho finally landed a 17-pound catfish. FLIES Mll-LIOX MILKS ST.'IXWIS, Sept. 10. (U. P.)—C. R McMulum. superintendent of aortal patrol and transportation for the Mtasta&ippl JUver Fuel Corporation, a former war pilot, recently completed his millionth mile of aerial survey between St. I^ouiH and Monroe, La. He spent approximately 10,350 hours In the air. WORK OH ,IAIL FOR RUL1KKKRS BOWMNO uniSKN, Wyo.. Sept. 10, (U. P.)—Oo to \vork*or go to Jail (» Wood county commlsslonors 1 iiltl- mutum to relief clidnlH, aftor farm- era cumplainod thnt they could not obtain sufficient help for the tumuto Schilling pure •_ »' *•» -—-*^ s'-- -b— h^.H^, ,^»- « /^/ W/ 1 /7J-/J ^"' "^^ • r l^i^ 'V- 4 -' /' ^ j v ^ * T* ^** ^ rf' * . V ^ r ^ • * /.•/'** ' ' ^ * *• *» - W 1 " ^ ^ ' W .1 1: - v -; » - .' I ' ' I. I - I ' f ' THURSDAY, SEFTEMBER 10, 1936 "\ . I ' I h ll . ;: .1 I" - ' WHERE PRICE and QUALITY PREVAIL UNION and GOLDEN STATE AVtT This Is the time of year whon the cooklo Jar should bo kept brimming, and a fresh cako at hand, for school children havo nppotltea that nre apparently Insatiable. U is best to keep these foods simple* for the heavy, rich types arc naturally not suitable. GINGERBREAD' ',4 cup shortening </ 2 cup sugar 1 egg !/2 cup molatses 1% cups flour 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ginger I/ 2 teaspoon salt '/ 2 cup sour milk Cream tho shortening and add the sugar gradually. Add tho \vpll-bttU<Mi et?K and molnsftes. Sift tho flour onoo bo.fore n»e«s- urlng. Sift tno flour, Hotln, oiuna- mon and ginger and en It. to- golhor. Add aUernatn^ 1 with tho your milk and mix well. Pour Into (i groasod and floured pan and bako 30 minutes in a mud* orate oven. SEND THE KIDDIES or Telephone. Your Order Will Be Ready for You. IT'S EASY TO SHOP WHELDENS" U rl we I ind reva ising food I to stock u 1 U low n ATO u • RECIPES fOR GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen-tested" COOKIES • FLOUR $1.09 Ib. Cloth Bag Pure Cane Blue Bell First Quality Pound, 4.1c Tomato Juice Cans TMt h NATION 5 CHOICE Giant Size Cans 6 cans . 12 cans GLOWS WITH SUNNY FLAVOR Regular Size Cans * t * rge Ext RO r 1 ry - '. - •".- ; S J I ;!- '.••ii'j^ '- ' i ..-J J .- -'-..-f •s. - -. -- i. - . • ' I -"-* ••*£;' -"' -* I ---IF .1 -I * \- cans •V NT - I ottlea j; -st m With RTO SALT Belltfleurs lOibs. I9c Htarts i Eastern Concord 5-lb, baskit Mr. Bologna Is In town again sausage . . . Also the largest MR. BOLOGNA, Sliced . . . . Call at our Meat Department display and variety of tausaffe In this monster • ess . pound 15c HOME from vacation. Lakes and mountains left behind. Time to fill up your pantry shelves again with wholesome r things to eat* • r See your grocer today! He's featuring many tempting foods in a Back-to-School Special this week. you restock your pantry At very attractive pri •— w ^ f you can still buy Kellogg 9 s if you dou f t n the higher cost of grain rea School children need the vigor and «y delicious cereals p ' venience for school-day -9- , L ' * Overt-fresh. R*ady • - w to , r Made only by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Stock rv -***•—* MA; «*«4, £*5 i Liver Sausaft Bine Bologna Stick Bologna Salami, Koshtr Liver Situate, Smeksd Wieners and Oonayt Spanish TiracM Pound That's what the moon U made of! 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