The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 5, 1944 · Page 18
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15 Thursdoy, October 5, 1944 1Ebt $afefr«fi>rb Calif ornian Christain Group to Observe Rally Day Rally Day xvill be observed in the Bible SchiMil i,f First Christian Church Sunday. The general assei bly will begin at !> :!" a. m. and w be followed by regular class session A RlWll Vieen set fi nccunlilip tendent. Last Sut day a large croup of of- 7 .Vi participants h; • this annual ohserxanr James Carter, .-uperi Moonlight Ride Is Shared by Thirty Thirt.x n.lers enjoyed a trail by i moonlight from Rolling Hills Riding: i Xilc.- .-1 root to Kern Ri'.er HERE AND THERE IN SOCIETY teachers xvoro installed ing your in the morning ice, the ceremony being y the Rex croud llollistcr floors rind for the con rlinrch sci conducted B. Miller, i The edu atlonnl cmiiDiit tec rnn- sists of Mrs. Albeit KiviMo. Nowell flreen. and C. K. Kau lines, with Mrs. Cora Towni-onrl as assistant superintendent. k. In the group WTC mein- >iii various riflinu 1 Ki'oiips of tin C' ni u. u nit > , including piusts •frmn tie I'.u^infss and I'rofcssinn.-il \V"inoi V ('lull sport si-el ion. Minler other groups. Dar. I'.:is.-ell i- pi o|irietor of the academy. Ki;iii:i< MIS \vii-i, MI.I i I'KI.UiWS. Oct. n. —A meeting "f Samaritan R<'hrl<ah I^od^p of l-'c I- Ions \\ill 110 helil tonight in the I. f). O. F. hall \\ith Mrs. (liarc Kirk land, noble crand. prc'slillng. Your Grocer has them I'lii l-'.psilnii I'lii I into I'lii Kpsiliui Phi sorority recently '.shcti the group conducted ini- prf^shf formal ceremonies in the .Spanish ballroom of Hole. Kl Tejon. A ball'tilet follov.'f'd t)le rcron'H illy. T!io-.e initiated included: Mrs. Vin- ' cent «'asper. Mrs. Henry McCiillen. Mi *. \'. Hu^ho-i. Mrs. Uojrl Miller. ' .Mi-s. i:e\erl.v Xichols, and Misses Clara Spi. th. Florence Serrano, Mars;ii-"i .1.,».•-. Irene lla.eoman and I lofol h y Sooi;r r. 'I'lle baiiM'iet tables were doco- rated with wlnlo tapers and asters. At each individual place was a small miniature three-tier candelabra. Alr<. l.'iehard Hiirton was in i-liar^e "! the fri'iiHinv and the lian- iiuel was under the direction of Aliss Dina I'ra IK cseoni. assisted by Miss namona I'.eaid and .\li--s Dora Lor- i c 11 / i Members are: II.iv Mm!::,. U'art rn .her::,-! i .1 l-VTNoll-v lIllluM I j i;;ivl'inl \':.n \\'.-» Slnuiil Wllsnn MI-..-I^ •- K'.io-'Mi And"! MIII Illllil' ''Cl\ Miscellniieotis Shower I AmmiK the lovely pro-nuptial af- ! fairs chop, in honor of Mr». Hollts ! M. Xunnelly, the former Miss Phyllis j Madrlox. was a miscellaneous shower «iven by Miss I,ciis Shaw, ^40!l Tu cut \-second street, recently. Appointments were In a color , scheme of white and pink c-rcpc m.\-rlle adorning a mirrored center-, piece with a white weddinsr cake. ' (lames were played, carrying out a bridal theme. Prizes were awarded to Miss Frances Embrey and Miss Alice Thompson. Shower Kifts were presented to the i bride in a white and pink decorated ' basket and many lovely gifts were reeei vod. Refreshments were server! later in tho eveninir in buffet style with the hostess assisted by her mother, Mrs. Leland S. Shay. Those invited in addition to the honoroo and her mother, Mrs. Glenn Maddux were: r-:,-\pp-|v Mnss \V. .Null II. •' I ve C.-nsliin.p At, hi, A 1 i, i? Tlinmnsori I:U-H MorrlH *£E CHURNED WITH FREIH PASTEURIZED SKIM MILK $o MUD. .MKs Mi Kimiev Visits -Miss .Marian Mi l\ iniiey ,.| Santa Crux, cadet nurse at San .lo-e 11 us- : 1 pital. Is in Bukersfiold to sjiend a le\v davs \\'ith relatives, si,,, xisitcd 'her sistei .in-law. All's. \\ . ,\ . Ale- KiuiK'.v. and Airs. AlcKinncy's small ilaughler. I'amela Allen, in Santa ! Ana. It is her plan to rei urn to 1 San Jose U'odiiesda v. * * # i : Visit ini; Here : ! Airs C. .X. Sehmiedle. a former pioneer resiilem ,,| Bakerslield, is, ivisiiliig In this city this week. She; Is at the home of her nieces. Mos- j darnes Mlllman Arms and Hugh i Shields. . Airs. Sehmiedle Is the widow of. j the late C. A. Sehmiedle. formerly (connected \\iih Kern County Land ' Company here. j Itridal Shower j .Mrs. Harold I,. Caine.s, 1015 Per-i shins street, was hostess at a Fos- • toria and china shower in honor of , Miss lluth Kd\vards, fiancee of Sergeant Howard I,oroy Sehlin. The . couple will wed Friday. (lames were played, prizes sojnp: to Mrs. Hilda Cilboe and Mrs. Donald (Silver with the consolation prix.es uoinn to Miss Hen Bishop and .Miss Lorraine Klein. I The ^ifls \\ p erc' arranged around a centerpiece of purple asters in a Fostoria bowl with matching candleholders containing white tapers. Assisting the hostess in servins were her motlier, Mrs. George Sco- , field. ,lr. ', The bride-to-be was the recipient of many pit'ts. 'J'hose attending were: t.oshp Ili'Ha llnnahl ililu Ili-iirv C"lf .Xlisscs-- V vonnp A i l.i.i KVP|MI .Xlnnre Ken Hislion Hfilon f'i)f)|,i-r I llililn Cillioi' (if'll U.' Nil ll(,l» Harcilil Miii-f hcl I.fonn Xiiril .M;iri;iti tlm-riKin l.jnil'a (VdnrquisL ('.lure John rtihip Klfln REAL SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPT.! VALUES GALORE! WIDE SELECTIONS! For 85 years . . . A&P hoi held to the policy established by iti founder—"To provide more and better food for leu money." And to celebrate it* BSth Anniversary . . . AtP again brings you an outstanding array of money-saving food values! Compare the values featured here with what you've been paying. See how much you save when you shop regularly at your thrifty A&P Super Market. The really wide selections will surprise you, too. Make up your shopping list now . . . and plan to restock your pantry shelves completely! Yes . . . "It's Time To Turn to A&P's BSth Anniversary celebration ... to fill your food basket and count your savings!" TMI GIU! tfUUITK t NCIFK TU (0 POTATOES I). S. No. 1 Idaho Russets 10'37 98-Lb. Sack (Approx.) . . . $3.59 A V% V% H HI 4M SATE ^ *± m* ••? T fc- V FANCY & EXTRA FANCY. 1L 1 || ft » m mi mi 99 DELICIOUS OR JONATHAN Ib, J| W Tokay Grapes lb 1O< Yellow Onions 5>bs.l2< BLUE STAMP VALUFS A8 to 28 and AS to R5 vnlid Indefinitely. KI-JfiN'S Chili Sauce. . B1 £ t °, ze 15 c CALIF. HOME Catsup ^ 16 C RED STAMP VALUES A8 to 28 and A5 to K5 valid indefinitely. WHITE HOUSE Evap. Milk £» CALIFORNIA Grated Tuna. Noc ^ _ No. \ 2 4Ac Tuna i . . can *» Poultry—Friday and Saturday Only FRYERSORROASTERS Grade A, Drawn. 2J • 4-lb. Avg. Ready for the oven . GROUND BEEF BEEF ROAST SUPERIOR CERTI-FRESH FISH Rock Cod... 43 T-Bone, Best Center Cuts Grade AA or A Fillet ;,' F; V::, DELICATESSEN VALUES Melo-O-6it American or Pimento, Sliced or pc. lb. Northern. Sliced. On* price, none higher lb. Whitinff Flllet • • • E-i»tern •W Illllllg No bone, no wa«te 33 lb. Spiced Lunch Meat ..... 39 Cold Cuts A r oK1 ^ d r ...... 32% llll!IW COUNTRYSIDE FRESH EGGS Small, Gradt A 27< Doten in Ctn. CAMPIELL'S Tomato Soup lOi-oi. Can 9< 2-07. MAC Bottle ZO Ann Page Vanilla . . . Ann Page Gelatin ... Sultana Peanut Butter . Sultana Salad Dressing SultanarV; Green Olives p ji' rl 27 C 2;,!; 37 . ";;;,' 19° Ann Page Egg Noodles. Orange Marmalade Nutley Margarine . Sultana Sl Mel-0-Bit American »• 2 LO a,67 t Sunnyfield Wheat Puffs. ^ r Sunnyfield Corn Flakes 2 ^21' A & P Matches 2 BL0axr e°. e 9° IVORY SOAP 3 LARGE BARS PALMOLIVE TOILET SOAP 3 cA M s 2 o< PEET'S GRANULATED GAP 26 LARGE PACKAGE DASH GRANULATED GAP LAtGI PACKAGE 26 LORD MOTT fRENCH Green Beans . . Nc ° an2 15 c GLC.'JWOOD Tender Peas. . . Nc ° an2 11 c r:crswi..ET Big Peas Nc °. n2 15' White Rice . . . 2 Pkba . 24° KERN'S BLACKBERRY Preserves . . . "QI",", 28° DIXII: J_||[-. Boysenberry 12-oz. Af%c Denies anc | currant Glasi mnf PRINCE PEACH Preserves Q,'^, 22° \VILSHiRE CLUB C*n\» O Quart Bottles flft V^om . . A(P| U8 Deposit) A9 CUDAHY'S TArJG Luncheon Meat . 12c ° azn 34 C SV/HTS PRI:M Luncheon Meat . 12c ° arn 34 C NABISCO Shredded Wheat 12k ° az ; 11° Potato Chips . . Bag' 19° DURKEE Worcestershire Sauce 1Q C OLD ENGLISH ALL-FURPOSE Cleaner Q £f; e * 23° QUICK OR REGULAR Quaker Oats . . L ^» e 27 C ALBLRS Flapjack Flour . . 4 ° koz ; 22 C KHAKT Miracle Whip . . Bopt '^ 25° MOT CEREAL Roman Meal. . . 3 p' k00z ; 26 C Pie Crust .... 1 # B «; 18° SIIKKDDKD Ralston pifi'll" 1LWEL Salad Oil .... „£'£ 27 C MILKBONE, JR. Dog Food .... 7 '£ k °*; f 0° Post Toastits , . RED HEART 3-FLAVOR DOG FOOD Beef. Fiih • nd Cheese. 8</ a -oz. Pkg. 10 ALL ADVERTISED ITEMS SUIJICT TO STOCK ON HAND EIGHTEENTH and EYE (TAXABLE ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO TAX) PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY Sunbrite Cleanser FREES GRIT. CUTS GREASE. ROUTS GERMS! Mormnn-A/evPdo Rites Miss Fern Grant Morrison, fnr- nierly <\( Aug-iist, Kan., and Raulip H. Azfvedo, nC this elty, werp mavrlprt Hntiirtlny, September 2.1. in the home of tho bridegroom's hrotlipr and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Axe- vp.do, .:!-!> Qnincy street. The- rore- mony was performed by Judge Frank Noriega before a group of friends. The couple will mnUe their home In this city, the bridegroom bping employed with the Golden Bear Oil Company. Following the wedding a reception was held, refreshments being served by the hostess, who WHS assisted by her (laughter, Louise A/.evedo: her nleoe, Barbara Axevedo, and Mrs. Carl West. For her wedding the bride wore an air force blue frock with colored neriuin trimming with brown accessories and an orchid corsage. Mrs. Audeen MeSween, of August, Kan., sister of the bride, acted as matron of honor while Jesse Axevedo attpnded his hi other as best man. All's. Ah'Sween was attired in a ^old colored suit with black accessories and a gardenia corsage. Those attending the wedding and reception included: Messrs. and Ales- dames Jesse Azevedn. Carl \Vest. A. J. Jonc.s. H. Montaney, C. Ale- Crarken. J3. Buck. Mrs. Audeen Me- Sween. Frank Miller and Alisses Beverly Alontancy. Barbara Axevedo and Louise Azevedo. » • • Kmwczyk-Knniit/. Kites Aliss Anflis Ooraldine Koonrx. a meniber of the \\'AC. anil Lieutenant John Casimar Knnvry.vk were united in marriage Saturday. September .".n. at .S::)0 p. m. in the Chapel of the Chimes. The single ring service was performed by the Kevcrend H. C. Barrett, pastor of First Bap- list Church. Attendants were Lieutenant and Airs. Frank B. Leidt. Bridal Shower Ming Geraliline Hontl. bride-nlect of | Emery Mathis. was the honoree (it H i recent brlrlnl slinwor at. the home of , Mrs. R. K. Howl. f.r.S Willow Drive, j the event beinp Riven hy Mrs. It. S. i Hood and Mr«. K. S. Hood. ! Clumps were played during the evening, prix.es coins to Mrs. \V. K. ; lleyurt and .Mrs. VV. S. Hood. j The honoree was the recipient of many Ril'ts. The couple will marry < sometime this fall, the date not ! beiiiR decided as yet. i Refreshments were served to: K M. WhPPlrr XV. K. Hiiori 11. .1. llnoil I.. K. l-Yanka I.. Mpviirl I; XV. KnK'hl II. A It., Ill, I; \V. I-:. Mfvarl I.. II. ||, mil 'W S. llnml .1. K. lliiiiil I: II. n Miss MHi-lene Mmhi.i rliiMi-rn — Uol.ci 1 ' Munn H.ivul Muiin Illllv llrio.l rili hmil H(.i..l • •.IMA- lloi.il Umlilv Kliiehl Kniuht Marvin \Vhoclr.r ; Birthdny Party i Little Kayann Olson, the daiighter j of Aviation Student and Airs. George ; A. Olsen. celebrated her second birthday anniversary recently at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and : Airs. Ted Kaixer, 1M01 Xorth Chester avenue. i Tables were decorated with white, pink and lavender flowers and a i large while cake was cut. She re- j eeivod many gifts. j Among those present were: I Messrs, anil MPHdani.'s— 1 II. I!. Die liPV XV. M Mnnilv K. B,.|i Kv.-ins Aviaiinti Sniilt-nt anil Mrs. Ooi;a> ulscn M.'.s.lainPS-- ,I"]|M XVMkamn I,la 0|..,.., .Ini' l:nh,.ar llrlcn Massrv .XI !««,'« Ma HI.-ii-n 'I',.i rv Kulianl Kili'cn K:i!«-r rinl.livn-— I'liviil l-:\'ans Mi. had K.vans Kaii'n X.'lilkainn l.imla Mni.ilv MnniiUI MiiiMlv Gay Social Is Held by Lavender Club T/a vendor Club Woman's Relief Corps met at the home of Mrs. Grace Richardson, 10" X .street, recently, celebrating the txventieth birthday anniversary of the club xvith a potlnck luncheon and a social program. The pageant xvas arranged by Airs. Blanche Laxvhead. A program and short history of the club xvas given, the pageant being arranged by Airs. Blanche Laxvhead. I'rixes for the best dressed xveiit to Airs. Kmily Roy; best sustained character, Airs. Georgia Greenleaf; most original, Airs. Louise Burnhaxv: and the funniest, Airs. Ann Talbert. The judges were Airs. .Minnie Jackson. Mrs. Inez Bonnie, and Airs. Kthel Richardson. Community singing xvas also a feature of the event, and several original poems xvere given. The card parties which have been belli by the group on Saturdays have been xvell attended, the next one scheduled for Saturday at 8 p. in. in Memorial hall. Native Daughters Installing Friday '• Installation of officers will be hei^ when Native Daughters of the Golden West meet Friday, at S p. m.. .at the Woman's Club, Mrs. Fred ' Alippi. president, announced today. ! A full attendance is requested. Those xvhn will be Installed include: Mrs. David Jones, first vice-president: Airs. X. J. Williams, second vice-president: Airs. John Clarkln, third vice-president: Airs. Amerigo Kamlrini, marshal: Miss Phyllis Hansen, financial secretary; and Mrs. i Bud Ward, outside sentinel. Reports o.i the young xvohien's activity group, dance committee and pioneer tea will be given. In addition. Airs. Marjorie Rouxv, chairman • for the blood donors, xvill give a detailed report on the progress of her I committee and work. Two tripe xvere 1 made in September to the blood bank i center In Xorth Hollywood, the bun I being donated by C. C. llaworth ot | the Orange Belt stages. , ' Captains Geraldino Giggy and Lucy Supertino are requesting that members of the drill team be aft the i hall by 7:.'iO for practice. PEANUT BUTTER This ,, go «d Urea*.**" »«» ot ' Every spoonful of "Shreddies" brims with flavor. Tasty, nut-like, delicious! Spoon-size biscuits made of 10096 natural whole wheat. Baked by Nabisco.,. National Biscuit Company ^^ Igjji ^^* _ jhreddies at Niagara Falls FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY § o u. 5 a o i u o I u Meat Department FULL LINE OF FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS CHRIS and JACK QUALITY VEGETABLES BELL PEPPERS 1 C SWEET GRAPEFRUIT each 2 SUMMER CASABAS "••3 ±c 2 UTAH TYPE CELERY each | Q c Artichokes, Endive, Small Okra, Broccoli, Green Peas, Table Grapes, Many other Delicacies. FOOD CITY BECK'S BAKERY 1612 Clght««nth FRUIT CAKE Order Now for Your Ovorsoas Mailing SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY !WE HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE! TROCO 1-lb. Carton FLUFFO Pure Vegetable Shortening tr,,. ** C Windex Gleaner Gold Medal Kitchen Tested New Pack Green Giant PEAS . =&? I9c Self-Polishing Wax SIMONIZ .,:',';: 27e All Flavor* JELL-0 2, I5c KRAFT'S FAMOUS SALAD DRESSING MIRACLE WHIP 39c Full Quart Jar . . . RED KARO '»•*• I8c Glass Pure Shortening Snowdrifts 1 !, 69c »,iar Pure Vegetable Wesson Oil;.;: 29c CHEF BOY AR-DEE SPAGHETTI SAUCE Gebhardt's CHILI POWDER Fine Floating Soap SWAM.3',±'29c Hunt's Fancy TUHA ... ^ 33c Oxydol Granulated Large Hox S. & F. SOUR No. 2 Can Pitted Cherries .. DUZ Granulated n!r23c SAW Fancy Apricade '-*; I2e S & W Fancy Hearts of Artichokes "r 39c SWEETHEART WAXED PAPER 500 Sheets EMBOSSED Paper Napkins Delicatessen Depl. Luer's Hy grade Thuringer • Delicious Salami .b. 49 C BLU CHEESE A Roquefort Type Made of Cow's Milk in the U. S. A. Ib. 69' Fresh Ground PEANUT BUTTER *. 27' Crunchy Nut, Ib. 28c SPICED Lunch Meat 2 lb. Sliced for Sandwiches 25 SMOKED FISH Albacore Salmon Shad Bloaters Kipper Cod Scotch Kipper A Palate Pleasing Delicacy Liquor Bepartment SCHENLEY RESERVE 4/5 Quart . . Hiram Walkers' Impirial Full $914 Pints. . 4fc A Fine Whiikey BRANDIES For Yotjr Fruitcake VAI BROS Bffc SI.SS PADRE Stk SI 41 DUMONT ..... 5th $4.01 DUMONT Pti. $2.41 ** FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY

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