The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 11, 1936 · Page 6
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THB BAKEBg^!BLp FRtDAV, OMMUNITY NEWS, • J.^L-^1 Items of Note in Wasco WASCO, Sept. 11.—Miss Evelyn Ruud and nor mother have arrived in Wasco. MIss.Ruiut I" a member of the high school faculty and has spent the summer in the east with her mother, who will bo In Wiweo this year. A week was spent In San FranclHco and Oakland before they came to Wasco. Tho Reverend U. J. FrIoHen and Leland Frlesen returned last Saturday from an eastern motor trip In which they visited Detroit, Minnesota and Canada before returning to Wasco driving a new car. Mm. Harry Soaronl loft Wednesday for Santa Crui! to b« with her daughter Barbara, who IB 111 with a severe case of poison oak and unable to return to Wasco. > Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wllkson returned Tuesday from a trip to the Klamath river, where they np<;ni last week. Good fishing WIIM re- ported and evidence of their catch was brought back to Wasco. Harry Hcaronl, Jr., returned Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frantt Wilkson from Hanta Ou*. where hn had spmit tho past several weeltH nt the homo of WH mint. Mrs. Silas Wright and daughter Hetty returned Saturday from Richmond, whore they had bean visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Uewlck have returned from a summer vacation spent at Ijontt Bench. Mm. W. II. McMillan of Berkeley and Minn Catherine McMillan of I<os Angeles were wenk nnd KUOHls nt the home of Mr. and MVH. Georgia Robertson. Mm. McMillan returned Tuesday to i!«rknl«y and Minn Mo- Mlllfin left for Low Angeles where she In a teacher. Mr, and Mm. Cecil T'ngo am enjoying the Wf>elc In Hnn Krariclsco. Plan Smudge Pot for Delano Flats niCHOROVK, Sept. 12.—Voroon Woodstock of Houthgale gavo a Kmudgo pot demonstration at the John \V. Rend eitruir gtovo r&coiitly with grower* from the Rlchgrovo and Jnnmtno districts In atUndanoo. rtroworti from these two district*! plan to put In nmudtfo pou thin fall for tho protection of. tholr orango crops, which they hava licretoCoro truNtnd to tho mnroy of low torn- pomturai, Qrowora on Klchgrave HalRhtft hava had nmudgo poUi for many yearn, H\£ growem on tho flat country wont and noiiLh of HloU- RTOVG and in tho .Trmmlno area have never InRtalled thnm. 4 < » It him been stifrgoHted that tho )i«d of tho Pacific oc^an represents this old near, now largely ffllod up, whoro thn moon wan iwparated from lh<! pnrth millions of yeart ago. POST OFFICE MARKET EIGHTEENTH AND H STREETS i Guthrie's Grocery Department The Grocery Department of the Post Office Market is under new management. Maurice Guthrie is now in charge and has restocked and rearranged it to make your shopping more convenient. We invite you to visit us where, at all times, you will receive prompt and« courteous service and quality merchandise at the lowest possible prices. This week we offer you the following BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS Prices Effective Friday, Saturday and Monday DEL MONTE LARGE CAN BARTLETT PEARS, 15k VICTORY DOG FOOD . . 4 cans 19c DEL MONTE 14-OUNCE CATSUP . . 2 bottles 23c CENTURY No. 2 CAN CUT STRING BEANS . 13c Mb. BOX RITZ CRACKERS . . 20c OUR CHOICE, LARGE CAN TOMATOES ... 3 for 25c DIXIE PURE JAMS AND JELLIES 7-oz. Jar 9c 12-oz. Jar 13c RINSO . . . Ig. pkg. 19c TALL CAN BANNER MILK. 3 for 21c MISSION No. i/ 2 TIN TUNA . . 11k LUX TOILET SOAP . 3bars17c KELLOQQ'8 CORN FLAKES 2 pkgs. 15c 3-lb. CAN CRISCO 56c KELLOOG'S RICE KRISPIES. pkg. 10c DEL MONTE 15-OUNCE SLICED PINEAPPLE . lie SPERRY'8 3-lb. PACKAGE PANCAKE FLOUR . 26c HILLS BROS. RED CAN COFFEE 2-lb. CCr> Can ^^C STETSON BROS. MEATS THAT PLEASE HAMS Luer High Grade Skinned Half or Wholi 8 to 9 Ib, Average Ib. 30c PICKLED BEEF TONGUES , , Ib. 14c No. 7 CUT STEER BEEF ROASTS Ib.ISc RTETSON'9 SPECIAL SEASONED PORK SAUSAGE . . Ib, 25c CROWN ' VEAL ROASTS . . . lb.21c LEGS PORK, SWEET PICKLED . Ib. 22c P. Bellas, Post Office Market,-Vegetable Department EXTRA FANCY GREEN ASPARAGUS , 2 Ibs, 35o PISMO TELEPHONE SWEET GREEN PEAS ... 2 Ibs, 29o REAL KENTUCKY WNDER STRING BEANS . . 3 Ibs, 29c ITALIAN OR YELLOW SQUASH , 2 Ibs, I9o LARGE EGGPLANT ..... 2 for 5o GOLDEN BANTAM IWI IUB SWEET CORN, LARGE EARS , 6 for URQE STALKS • " OAULIFLOWER, LARGE HEADS , each I Bo ALL BUNOH VEGETABLES , , J lor lOo . 2 for 4 Ibs, . 4 Ibs, T Ibs, LARGE JUMBO ARTICHOKES SALWAY, NICK FOR SLICING FREESTONE PEACHES . , EXTRA FANCY LAKE COUNTY PEARS BELLEFLEUR APPLES , , , U. 8, No. 1 STOCKTON BURBANK POTATOES , . , U. 8. No. 1 8ANTA MARIA RUSSETT POTATOES , , , UTAH ELBERTA PEACHES , No. 1 SWEET POTATOES OR YAMS U. 8. No. 1 KLAMATH FALLS OREGON POTATOES , 26-lb, oloth blf ITo 25o 2Bo 1 60 7 Ibs, 26o 6 Ibs, 3 Ibs, B Ibs, 25o 26o WE CARRY ONLY FIRST CLASS FRUITS AND VHQBTABLK9. Delano Residents in News „ DELANO, Sept. It—Mrs. Ktttle Robertson returned to her home herd on Sunday night after spending the summer In Huntlngton beach as tho guest of her son Jack and Mrs. Robertson. Her son accompanied her here, Joseph Qlrard has returned home from San Francisco where ho enjoyed a vacation of two weeks. Mrs. Fitxgerald and her sons Al- vln and Lewis recently returned from a motor trip which took them through seven states, Including Oklahoma, Tennessee, Arizona, Now Mexico and Arkansas, wnero they visited with her father at^Jonosvllle. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Barnett nnd daughter Sylvia Mae of Uownoy were Friday guests of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Shearer, while on their way to Sacramento to attend tho sUto fair. Mr, and Mrs. William I. Allen motored to tho county seat Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Harming Noren of Han Jose woro Tuesday all-day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S3. Loe while on their way home from a vacation In Los Angeles. Mrs. UennliiK lg a nleco of Mr. Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Korwin and tholr son Kolth and daughter Cath- loon and Mr. and Mrs. Woodward Byford returned homo Monday night from Plsmo Beach, where they spent tho holiday week end. Members of the local French colony who attended the funeral of an old friend on Tuesday in Bakersfield woro Mrs. Paulina Dusscrre and daughter Madeline and son August; Mrs. Angelina Porrler, Mrs. Ambrose Vlllard and her son Joseph, Jules Qlrard, Joseph Glrard and Andre Vloux, Mr. and Mm. Edgar E. Leo wore Saturday visitors in Bakcrsfleld, making tho trip with Mr* and Mrs. Frank J. Coddlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halnllnoand son Tommy motored to Bakersfleld on Sunday afternoon and joined frlondfl for a holiday outing. Mr. and. Mrs. J. William Wells of LoS Angeles were Tuesday morning callers fn the home of friends while on their way home from a vacation motor trip which took them to Carmel' by the Sea, Monterey, Santa Crue, San Francisco and Oakland. Mf' and Mrs. Clyde Brown spent Sunday at Shaver Lake enjoying the Sports. Miss Margaret Boyco of Bakersfield wns a recent overnight guest of Mrs. John Graham and family. . Mm, Howard Dormandy and her two children are spending this week In San Joso visiting relatives and friends. Constable Thomas Qulnn enjoyed tho Labor day celebration at Tehachapi. Jean, Stanley and Donald Mo- Pherson spent the holiday week ond with McFarland as guests of friends during the absence of their parents In Santa Barbara. Vincent Walkup has returned to his work at Brawloy after a two weeks' vacation hero with his mother, Mrs. Francos V. Smith. Friends have received word from Philip F. MoDovltt that his party including himself, his nephew. John P. McDevltt, and Merrill Hales, have arrived at. their destination at Wilmington, New Jersey, and are enjoying a visit with relatives. J, H. Beck of tho highway patrol Is spending two weeks in Sacramento on traffic business. Mrs. L. C, Cheek lias returned homo from a recent vacation which was enjoyed at Long Beach and Los Angeles with relatives. Mrs. Minnie D. Smith and Mrs. Ray Cornellson motored to Pond on Tuesday night and visited Mrs. Smith's daughter. Mrs. Lloyd Ham- Hn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hlett have returned homo from a two weeks' motor trip which took them as far north as Sacramento. They made a trip down tho coast to Los AngeleS to attend the national a)r races. Tehachapi Couple Entertains Group frHHACHAPI, Sttpt. 11.— Mr. -and Mn». Parker Stddens entertained a group of friend* at bridge at their home Tuesday evening. J, T. Sid- eher and Mm. Paul Olddlngn won first prizes, Bill Marx and Mrs. C. n, Meyer, second, and Mr. and Mrs. Sldener the traveling prizes. The guesta were Mr. and Mm, Bill Marx, Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Sldener, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Qlddlngs, O. 15. Imhof, Mrs. C. R, Meyer, Miss Pheobe Cole, Mrs. Mildred Hicks. " • » » McFARLAND MoFARLAND, Sept. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. H. D. DeBolt had for their week end guests Mrs. DeBolt's brothers, Carl S|ason, his son Tinsley 'and his daughter Rosemarys A. L. SIsson, his Wife and their Son Arthur L. SIsson, all of Los Angeles. Robert Strange, newly elected teacher at the grammar school, arrived hero Tuesday from, his southern California home. He will makS his home for the present In the Harlow avenue home of Mr, and Mrs. William Adams. During the sum- mar he attended U. C. L. A. and Instructed at the Page Military Academy, Mrs. Loiirllla WHson, who has been the guest of her brother apd sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. Don Win, for several weeks, left Sunday tor the north to Visit her children before returning to her homo in Colorado. She also visited her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McFarland and the Reverend and Mrs. B. B. Damon while here. A. B, Cole, manager of tho local Safeway, with Mrs. Cole and their two sons, Darrell and Jimmlo, en- Joyed a trip to Burbank Sunday, returning that night. Fruitvale Personal Notes • . '.- .•£" , . J ' *it&u , Sept 11,—Mrs. H. D. Krebs Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Brltton of Sacramento. Mra. W. T. Elliott of Hominy, Oklahoma, arrived on Tuesday for an extended .Visit With her son-in- law and daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Canepa of Green Acres. Mrs. T. B. aarrett of Falrhaven is visiting relatives in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hill have been transfered to Taft. Mrs. Hill is a daughter of Mr. ai\d Mrs. C. R. Burlock. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sanders, plan to leave the' first of the week for northern California for a three weeks' hunting trip. • Mrs. B. L. Stewart and sons Walter and Beverly of Qrebn Acres have returned from a two weeks' outing at Long Beach. •'• •• Mm. Ed lilesch and children Arnold and Ahvelra are expected home Sunday from a month's trip to Saskatchewan, Canada, where they have been enjoying a visit with Mrs. LIBsch's parents. , School opens at Fruitvale next Monday. Mr. Emerson, bus driver, announces the bus schedule for tho first day will be the same as last S oar, picking up the first load at reen Acres corner at 8, second trip 1 at 8sl6 and third trip east of Fruitvale going tho round at 8:30, Mrs. Emerson, who has charge of the cafeteria, will servo lunch oh open- Ing day. The same teachers as last year will make up the faculty. A number of Fruitvale people attended the funeral Wednesday of Mrs. Vivian Lewis of Bakersflold. Mrs. Lewis was well known In the community having assisted her husband in work at the Fruitvale Union Sunday School. Tho sympathy of the entire community is extended tho bereaved family. Members of the Oab-a-Lot Club met on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J\ok Redstone and enjoyed a social tlirie at needlework. Mrs. Redstone' sgrved refreshments to the follow. ing: Mrs. Owen Lester, Mrs. Robert Wright, Mrs. J. M. Gilbert, Mrs. O. C. LUndquist and Mrs. Redstone. The next meeting of the club will 1?9 held at the home of Mrs. Lundqulst. Manuel Perlora, Jr.. of San Francisco, Is a gii*st of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Manuel Perlera. Sybil Dewey is a guest this week at the mountain lodge of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warron, on Greenhorn. Mrs, Cora Townsend and daughter Betty Ldu of Pierce road wer» Sunday guests of Mrs. Margaret Neff of Bakedsfield. Other guesta were Mrs. Fay Young and Mrs. Laura Davis. • •Marvin Emerson is recovering from a tonsllleotomy. POND POND, Sept. H.—Mrs. C. A. Parker and daughter Zelma have been! ill this week with pneumonia- David Lottu was a recent guest ait the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peta Bledsoe.' Mrs. Howard Pond was a Friday guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.-L. Allen. Miss Zelma Parker, accompanied by Mrs. Walter Parks and children of Wasco, were recent dinner guestu at the home of Miss Parker's sister, Mrs. T. H. Mettler of Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Don Klrkland and children of McFarland were Sunday guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bledsoe and daughter Lorraine were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.'W. Mitchell. Joyce Parker of Devil's Den la visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parker. AMY STRENGTH YOU it's belter because it's M J B Coffee Take advantage ofltf The"only coffee we know that gives you foilflavor at any strength—the coffee your husband wants. Never 4 tasteless mild cup; never a flat medium cup; never a bitter strong cup, but every cup delidous,satisrying,bradng. FAST from roasters to grinders, FAST into vacuum-packed tins—only a matter of minutes—it comes to your kitchen FRESH! 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