The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 17, 1936 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 17, 1936
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- • 10 THE BAKE118PIBLD CALIPOUNIAN, THURSDAY, SiPflSMBER *17, 193# WARDS-HEADQUARTERS FOR SPORTSMEN! 22-Cal. Rifle 8 Shot Clip $0,46 S3.4B You'd expect to pay $15 for • rifle so fine! Ha» oil finish walnut stock with beaver- tall fore-end; full size, balanced for accurate nhootlng; 24-ln. blued steel barrel; micrometer click peep sight. Drilled for Warda '(copes. Bee It 1 _ Bolt Action SIXpLi: SHOT 22-cal. For high quality and dependable "feel" you can't beat thli husky Western Field I Solid walnut stock; beavertall fore- end; 24-ln. blued steel barrel; has new adjustable* rear •Ight; perfect balance. .BOX OP 50 22-CAL. SHORTS, l«c , BOYS' SCHOOL GYM OUTFIT el,:-* l-5° Value 01111 * SPECIAL Trunks Supporter Kerosene Portable ClllCULATOIt 45 Will hunt one room. Ulntu wick- IHHO burner lu cluan, powurful, nconomlttiil; mlJiiHtH to R positions. Trlplo diromo Hlciol limor rlilimioy; leak-proof fun! (null. Sturdy Htool ciihlnol, rlpplo Hpray ftnlnll. • *•':::::•• .I-'i..ii.fe« • • ^- " tf.XK.W? WINDOWS AND IN WARDS JTO« LATEST FALL 8TYLK8 OP- WOMEN'S AND QIRLS SPORT OXFORDS Illack anil brown. Regularly Jl.08 Kino quality, buiiutI fully Inlloiiul. HOK ulai-ly a»c. Marquisette Panels 29c L Circulating Heater •<m Htovn oil, lioatn ^^ ^^ ^K ^ II-KII n»iii\K. Coin. "JO lIC p "iih rmi titnii Jlfl M*l >n. HuKuior ju.t'5 WBW V Bathroom Heaters 8UNLIQHT OIL To Uli<> off llmt tuornlng chill, fluim, natural tfu* Ivory vr «iwn, Ttugulnr Drastically Cat! Front pulli out •aillyl Openi to large doubt* OR, laparaln twin b«dil STUDIO COUCH .88 Reduced for this event only! Water repellent, "Ev-R-Dri" processed modern tapestry covered studio couch 1 114 deep, cushiony coil top innerspring pad and 40 coil base- that means lounging or sleeping COMFORTI $3 DOWN, $5 Monthly, Small Carrying Charge SALE OF SKATES Usually, I.GO at Wards! Have Drcndnaughl stocl wheels. Pr. HOUSEHOLD SCALE Wurds regular price is 1.15. Good for years of service. Accurate. FLASHLIGHT SALE Mcgular J.-19I li-eell flash with powerful IfiOO-fl. focusing beam STEEL HAMMERS 2Uc usually! Black finished head with hickory handle. 5 LBS. KALSOMINE Heduei'd from '12c. Enough for the average room; many colors. Big6V3Cu.Ft.Sixe A $150 Vdluel $5 DOWN D.llv«ri HI Small Carrying Charge • Wards fa- moui M-WI 13 sq, ft. ihelf area I 84 b i g cubei, 6 Ibt.lcel Plus-powered unit with test-proved operating economy I Porcelain I nt erlor, Otilux exterior, automatic light I Don't mlii this rmt saUl t\i The Buying Power of 525 Ward Stores Brings Down the Price'for the First Time to This Record Low YES, ACTUALLY ONLY, Crepe hosiery at69c is NEWS! We've sold thousands of pairs at 79c. Even that is low, for the same quality sells the country over at $1.00 to $1.15. They're exquisitely sheer and lovely. Now for the first time they cost you no more than ordinary hose. Up to 79c Next Monday! Save lOc a Pairl What do WB mean by CREPE? —High twist dull silk that looks sheerer 1 Very slenderizing effect 1 What !• your CORRECT LENGTH?—"Co-ordinat- ed" hose—each foot size has its own leg length. Do they WEAR?— Splendidly! And don't snag easily. The feet are reinforced for longer service 1 Are they FIRST QUALITY?—Yes, indeed I Fresh silk! No imperfections. And they're full fashioned. LEATHER BAGS with *2.98 features! Smooth finished Calf Rough grained Goat Stunning complements to your winter outfits I Chain and strap top handles. Slide fasteners. Other bags in fine cowhide. Black, brown; colors. Feathers Accent the Height of Crowns on NEW FELTS Regular 7.98 Value/ Brims take on a new slant for Autumn. Classic types, too, with tailored grosgrain ribbon trims and stitching. EXTRA FINE GAUGEI REINFORCED TO WEARI * Rayons FURRED COATS That Can't Be Duplicated Later at This Low Price I Buy now, and enjoy your coat all winter, knowing: that Us value has increased! Choose one elaborate with fur, slim-bodied and nattering; or be tailored in a •ports coat, swagger or belted. Some with fur collar's. 14 to 52. Other Gouts at 24.75 Priced Leu at Ward* 25 C Better cut, better made than rayons you'll usually find a* anything like this price! Vests, panties and bloomers tailored or lace-trimmed. Swing into Line WEAR A NEW f£ {) «J PRINCESS DRESS ^jp AccU|roed in New York at higher prices I Crepetwithjew- els, metallic details, smocking and lattice work. Black and colon. MUsef', women's, 14-44. Montgomery Ward Miss Martha Portmfln' Bride of Alton Wilson { Couple Traveling North fSpeotnl to The OaUJornXan) ARVm, Sept. 17.—Mini Martin* Portmtn and Alton Wllaon were united In znanuge Sunday at an early morning service ai the homo of th« groom's aunt, Mn. H. ffi. David, near Arvln. The bride la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Portman, ranchara In the Arvin district, M* Wilson camo here a year ago iron* Rlchriflld, Ohio. The ceremony wax performed "bT" the Rev. W. L. Packard. The brio* wan attired in a navy blue afternoon dress and carried a bouquet of yellow rosebud* and blue delphinium. She was attended by Miss Letha Bauatlan, who wore an i afternoon dress of black 'and gold and carried pink roses and g1«dlol.C Qrvffla Schofleld waa the best man. Leave for North Tho young colplo left Immediately following the ceremony for a motor trip to the northern paij of the state. They will be at homo upon their return in a bungalow built by R. L. Thayer. Mr. Wllaon Is employed at the Arvin store. y Tho guoata present at tho mar* rlago wero Mr. and Mrs, Carl Port* man, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. H. H, Portman, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. David and sons. Mrs. "Wilson was the recipient ot' two lovely showers prior to her marriage. Miss Letha Baustlan entertained at tho homo of her sister, Mrs. Lesley Davis, last week. The honoroo' was presented with many lovoly linens. Those .who shared in tho event were Mrs.'Henry Simonson, Mrs. Iioulso Nowbury, Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell, Miss Mildred Mitchell, Misses Eleanor and Virginia Krau- tor, Miss Thelma Bishop, Miss Mant Eck, Miss Myrtls Combs and the bride-elect' and her mother, Miss Martha Porttnan and Mrs. Carl Portman. Showers Presented Friday evening Mrs. H. E. David complimented the young couple with a miscellaneous shower at her home'. They received many lovely gifts. Tha guests included Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Sayer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Portman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold .Portman, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rexroth, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Combs, Miss Virginia Krauter, Henry Swanson. 4 « » Reception Slated ' for Wasco Pastor WASCO. Sept. 17.—The Reverend and Mrs. S. Carlyle Scheaffer and daughter will be welcomed formally to Wasco on Friday night when tho Methodist Episcopal Church will compliment them with a reception In tho social hall of the church. Members of the church and congregation and everyone interested in the church are invited to attend. Ministers of the other churches in the community are expected to be present and will give brief talks of welcome. A. T. Elmes will make tho formal speech of welcome. . Musical numbers will be given'by'Mrs. Ben Starr, Mrs. J. T. WUJte, Miss Grace Charles, Dr. T. H. Ratcllff and Alfred Sessions. Dr. Ben Crandall will present the speakers. Members of the Ladles' Aid Society, headed by tho president, Mrs, Arch Beckes, will serve refreshments. Reception hours are from 8. to 10-o'clock. -• ' . . , *» > Wasco Tots Enjoy Friend's Birthday WASCO, Sept. 17,—Barbara Jean Cummins entertained a number of her little friends at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cummins, on her fifth birthday. Those who helped Barbara Jean celebrate, were Jlmnilo Besso, Tommy Lyle Chldwlck, Byron Moss, .Ronald Legato, Lucille Pollard, Ercell Pollard, Graco Pollard, Sonny Pollard, Harvel Pollard, Carol Kay Legato, her grandmother, her aunt and undo, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Besso, and her cousins, Jlmmlo and Norma of Taft, and her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Warren 1 mlns. WHY ENDURE ARTHRITIS AGONY? Grateful Urns of RO-MARI Tell Relief From Suffering Arthritis. Sciatica, Neuritis, and other painful ailments resulting from over-aoldlty every year claim more victims. Now, from tho British Isles, where it has been prescribed with excellent results by eminent physicians, comes a new scientific formula specifically designed to strike at the CAUSE of thcso crippling conditions? Sufferers all over America are find- Ing RO-MARI (from Great Britain) their first real relief from stiffness, pain, and Invalldlsm caused by arthritic troublcis. . C, J. Yonkera, N. 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Thru (Ufi. vimUr uil yoa know u<l fM) ill tkto h»to»uU|. AMr tboul cutnaM. Net •« Ml it <r*t ttim.' c.n K wnti »«r rate BOOKLIET 5. '•THE PROBUM OF THK SUfrMW". LOS ANBKI.M VON CO, WM-A WM»W«t L. A. Ph»M

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