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' l .*l 1 '' . ^ I J K** 1 * -f J \b ^^j$&^^^^ THE BAKEltSFIEM) OALIPOftNfAN, FRIDAY, 1?> 1988 COMMUNITY NEWS News From Mojave Homes MOJAVK, Sept. 18.—Tho enrollment of Antelope Valley Joint Union ITIsh .School, which bojmn 1hn fnll seinestor on Hoptnnbcr 8, Is 750 slu- tlriitN. It IH anticipated that approximately 800 HtudrntH will bo vci«- Jnti>r<>(! by the i>iul of tho tm-in. This cni-ollMic'i'it liii'.lmloK 00 BlilflKlltH of (hi' KandMiurK HlKh School, a ItrniR-h of A. V. mid •(: junior policy nttidontn. Tills In an Ini.'reiiBP tif 10 prr cent over the c>nrolhnftnt nf ri year riRo and f<0 per cont In- rrniHn of that of 1H3.'I. MI - K. Thplmii Stewnrt, who for Iho luiKt yriir and a Imlf has been tho cusloillan of Ibn Mojnve linnich of the Horn ('(unity 1'Yen Llbrnrv. left early HI|H week for Marlcopn, wh«r« ;<hn will !«• cuctodliin In ihr- Marl- ropn linineb. Mrs. .Joy Ki-lley Is nctliik" IIH .itibHllliit'- In the liwiil II- bnir.v until Iho ai)polntiii«nt Is mud' 1 . • 'liiiuii'-ey Hiivln nnd son Kvrrflt werr V\'fdncHday biiHlnnsn vlnltoi'M ill J'VcMiO. Jlr«. Kverrlt Capita of Ditlnrin and II. .1. Iliilb. reereatloiiril eoninils- sioncr of Unknrsflpld. wr.rn Tuesday husltiPHH vlHltorH 111 Mojave. MIHB Mary KnHtcrwood, who for Iho past two inonlhH IIIIH boen tho KHPHt of her Knindmollu'i', MrH. I. H. Kastorwuod, In t'nrls, Tcxaa, ro- turned to her homo hero on TUOB- driy. Mrs. V. S. Kerr and Mrs. ISmnm Martin rettirtii'd to UitMr hoinn In Hopiibllcnti City, Nebraska, after an extendod visit at. (be home of Mr. and MrH. harry I in Hpnln. MrH, Kurr and Mrs. Murlln urn mother and ulster, respectively, of Mrs. l)o Spain. Mrs. Clurenec Ntnbhlnn bud lis her Kiients on Tiir««dn.y nnd Wpdnosduv of this \vock, her slmcr-ltj-law and fiimlly. Mrs. (>. K. He*eda and Mntin Woiidrow mid H"ii nnd daiiKbt'-r. ICIla Mne, nil nf Hun Uli-KO. OeorKn I 'l-veland of Hftkernfleld vlNlt.ed frli-tids In Mnjave on Wed nnsday en roiitu to Iliirstow where he will be I IK- a Client of Ills mother, Mrs. (!. < 'li'vi'lnncl. liny Temple IIIIH bren appointed Hoiiilif-rn I'aelfic nKenl at Hoarlos. Mr. Ti'inple was n former operator In thn Mojavn office. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Ciinnl and Mr. and Mrs. (,'liaiiiicnv Davis attended the American Legion nnd Aiixllliiry innelliiB of thn Kern County Council held In Tohachapl recently. W. It. Marliley. Southern I'uclfle rfiadmiister of SHIIKUH. \VIIH a Tuesday Mojuvri business visitor. RIO BRAVO Highland Park News Notes IHC,Hl,ANn J'ATIK. Sopt. IH. Mm. John Morrcroft of I.OIIK Ueach Hpi-iit Heveml duyu last Wuuk at tho hiini" of brr piironts, Mr. and Mrs. \V. C. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. CJoorRe Ansolobehere nnd Hire" children spent Hundiiy ul Tul/ire I.iik<!. Mr nnd Mrs Guy Chnrlew 1'nrker of Fellows spent Sunday nt the homo ot I heir daughter and son-ln- law, Mr. and Mr«. (.'. 1'J. J>atilel». Mr. and Mrs. J^arnest Kreycnha- Ken spent a few days at ramp Nelson hint week. Jack DoiiKhcrty, who Is with Iho Merle Carlson orchestra, and Mrs. 1 Vitjfrhurly have returned from Honolulu and are visiting at the homo of Mr. Dougherty's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John DoijRherly, and also at Hie home of Mrs. Dougherty'N mother, Mrs. H. O, Dunn, In Olldale. Saturday they will go to lialbna for n one-night enKaKement. IleUirnlng biro for ono nlRJit, they will leave for Sari Francisco whore the company will liavo a several WIJC?|IH' en- Kagi'inntil nt the Palacu hotel. Mrs. Kva Wells of I/on AiiReleM suont tho week end at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest. Kreyenhaifon. The birthday anniversaries of her husband and her mother falling on Iho same day WHS tho Incentive for n, dinner party (flven Tuesday evening by Mrs. I,. C. Murphy. Those present wrrfi the honorees. Mrs. A. tiarullrh and I,. C. Murphy, and Mrs. Murphy's HlHler, HOHH Iliirullrh, brother Frunels Hariillcli, father A. Miinillrh and ln<r small son, Larry Murphy. Mrs. Miry Aubrey of tfixeter spent, the week end at the honui of her son nnd diiUKbl"r-ln-liiw, Mr. and Mrs. 15d Aubfiy. K. 1,. (loss In slartliiK a house at 447 Ayor street. J. C VVheeelr of Hnrstow mid bis brother, John VVhneler of Mlchlgmi, nrc vIsltliiK Mr. \Vlieeler's son and daiiKhtnr-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. U. \V. Wheeler. other Kuests In Hie Wbnolnr borne nro Mr. and MrH. Robert ('. Wheeler of San Mcrnur- dlno. brother arid sister-in-law of I'J. W. Whneler. Mr. atiil Mrs. H. P. Jones and dniiKhter Mareellno and Mr. Jom.«' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I 1 . Jones of TnmiesHen, who urn visiting In California, were dinner KUfistn Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. O/iane. Mr. and Mrs. 1). C. Parker and daughter have returned from a vacation spent at Long Ueach ami, LOH AngclcM. IIKAT DODOKR IIISLLKVILLU. Kan., Sept 18. (U. !•'.)—Charles Klab/.nba lias found a way to do bis farm work and eHcnpe the beat. I In dan hei-n doing tractor plowing nl nlKhl TITO BHAVO, Bopt, IS.—Ouo»t« during tho wi-ek at the homo of Mr. and Mrs, Tom Devlin wero Mr, and Mr». Kvorolt Ingram ftnd son Blllie, and Mrs. Howard Lurch, all of Taft. Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell and Mro. ICstollo Noel of Highland Park arid Mr. and MrB. Frank Adams of Taft. Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Coblo motored to Los Angeles on Wednesday and visited with relatives, relurnlnur on ' Friday. S Vcroll and Frances Wllion we.ro | dinner gunstn of Mr. and Mr«, Har- lln Wilson on Tuesday evening at Shnfler, Miss Hffln Frey of Uakersfleld wafl an overnight guest of Mlus Cecilia Hiwg on Wodnewlay. Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Rico and family were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Winters at MounUUn Vl«w. II. C. Hunt of tho niblo Institute of Txis Angeles, was a callor at the homos of Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Merrill i and Mr, and Mrfl. Walter B. Haag on Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. John Peters and children of Tturbank passed tho weak ond with Mr, and Mrs. ISrnfBl tlray, Mrs. M. Stone of Hhafter punned the dny Sunday nl thn homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllln Griffith. Hrnnsl. Oray recently motored to Oakland on business. Mllo Mitchell of Ixis Angeles was a recent buslncMs culler of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Griffith. Recent callers at. the home of Mr, and Mrs, Willie Griffith worn Cocll Peters of Sacramento and Fred Lux of Los Angeles. Hnrlln Wilson, accompanied by his coiiHln. ASH Wilson of Long Beach, left Wednesday on a doer hunting trip. WOODY WOODY. Sept. 18.—Local BchoolB opened Monday. Miss AIlco Madlgun, who Hpent the summer Ht her homo In Kan Francisco, IB again teaching nt Ulako School. Mrs. Francos Woody Is teaching Woody School, which haa an enrollment of 10 chll- drnii. Mr. and Mrs. A. 13, Fornton and family have moved Into tho teacher- age at Woody School. Gerald Maltby, who recently brokfl a small bone In his right elbow. Is niui'h bolter and ablo to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kllbrcth, formerly of Glcnnvlllu, have taken over the service station at Woody which until recently wan run by F. J, Werlngor. Thn Saturday night dam-PH will bn rnaniiged by Mr. Kll- breth. the Giithrlo orchestra furnish- Int.' the rnuslo. Mrs. Lillian Weller and Mrs. AIlco Kneebl. who have spent tho summer nl I heir hotneH here, have moved to their schools at Uranlto nnd Poso Flnl. Rosedale Matters of Note . Ho»t. 18, ontralnod recently for Kentucky, whnro Mho will vlult a nls- tor whom who Han not HOcn for rnitny yearn. Bhu plKtm to Btay away for a month and will also vlolt roIatlvoH In Detroit. Mr. und Mr*. T.otilo tinman of Bak- eruflelrl called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harbaugh recently. Mr*. Maw-rot Prlddy In Horlou«1y til at her home. Mrs. Frod Nordllnjf of J3aker«fl«ld callBd on her father, Hans Madwon, liiflt weok. Mr. and Mr«. Harry ITodgen of Huntlnjfton Park (Hopped lit HORB- dule on TiioBday on their way homo from Hequola National 1'ark. Tho JIodffen« nre old-limn nmldnntB of floBodalft. having llvnd hnrd 17 VOHTH nffo. Thhy called on Mr. and Mr«. U. 8. ITasroman and Mrn. Tl, Krugcir on Iholr brlof visit hnrn. MrH. Martha .TaabN and hor son 15d •TaabN of Anaheim recently callpd on Mr«. ({(mo nvopjillnh find family, Mrs. Albert rinrk ntid hor tiophow. CIPorRo llfidlnfrer, called on Mr. and Mrs. fl. ,f. Nnson and 1'oto Lurnon la*! wnnk. It, 1C. Chapman of /.a Jolla the week end at tho It. Krugor homo en route to Oregon. Little Oliver \Vatnon of Mttfcumlen Is HtayltiK with II!K prrandparentrf, Mr, nnd Aim. O. J. Nason. Sunday oalleni of Mr. and Mrs. A] ru>nfro and Mrs. W. T. Alton worn Mrs. Fred Hare, Mrs. Jftnien Huro, Mrs. C. If. JOIIPH and IT. I. Tupinat) of Uakwflfleld, Mr. and MrB. Hobiirt Ttipmnn of Clnnrwalor and Mi-, and MrM. Tylnr of Lou An*«-le*. Miss Mlnnlo llclmforth returned last Haturdny from a three-months 1 vlwit with frlewlH and relatives In Truvorflo City, Mich. Mr. and Mr«, Clifford Spnrlts have returned from a week's vacation In Mr, and Mr«. Victor Davis and Mm. V, Davis of I-.OM Angolan were Wodnnsday dinner (Uiests of Mr, and MrH. If. O. Jniion and family. Mrs. John K ratine and Art Kratise of Ileedlpy nailed or) Mr, and MrB, If. ,1. Kartell and family on Monday iinrl worn Monday evening dinner Rwsts of Mr. nnd Mm. J. J.. Nord and son .Toe. Mm. John WeRlB has returned homo from a Hakcrafleld hospital after a tonsil operation. Fruitvale Personal Notes I'-RUTTVAT.IC, Sept. 18. — Mrs. Cora Town»ond and son, Fred, and daughter, Hetty Lou of 1'lorco road motored to Tnlare to enjoy an cut- In* with Mrs. Townsend's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Klrkbrlde. Other BiieslM of the Klrkhrldns were Mr. and Mrs. Jj. >T. \Vllson of Fresno. Mrs. Wilson IB ii Bister of Mrs. Townsnnd. Tho ladles of tho 1'Yultvale Union Sunday School met on Tuesday with Mr«. IS. D. Krorm for an all day session. A. covered dish luncheon wo« served at noon after which the time was pleasantly passed In quIUInK. Those onJoyliiK tho day were Mrs, rtoborl Wright, Mm, P. 'U. Krebs. Mrs. Ij. J. Vincent, Mrs. Clarenco Mills, Mrs. Owen Lester. Mrs. 0. Lectbetlor and Mrs. 15. T>. Krebs. Mrs, (,'. 1'. Iflltzeii of Iflast Bilk- ersfleld was a guest Tue.Bday of hor slstor, Mrs. 13d LlcHch of Oreon AoreH. Mrs. C. K. While of Oreon Acres Is again In ctmrKo of the cafeteria at Hoosnvclt Hchool In Hakorsfleld. This Is the fifth year Mrs. White has held that position. Mrs. Andrew Helmforth will sponsor u. Klrls' 4-11 Club tho comltiK season for tho Klrlo of tho Hoaedalo- l''rultvale district. Tho first meet(MR will bo hold Saturday afternoon from a to 4 at Mrs. Hehnforth's homo on Calloway mad. Mrs. If3. U. Krehs returned Sunday from a two weeks' visit In Sacramento with her mother. Mrs. Mary HE SAYS "A perleol day. A perfect moment. Even the coffee is peifect. For that matter, you're absolutely peifect youiselfl" For fifty-eight years Hills Bros, have steadfastly maintained a tradition of unchanging quality in roasting and packing the finest coffee obtainable. Times may change...but the quality of enjoyment you receive from every cup of Hills Bros. Coffee does not vary through the months...nor through the years. ~ — — GOOD COFMI DISIRVIS CARI IN BRIWINO TTtt CeffcC* QAtnd of Hllli Bros. Coffee I, a itqndard i.t by a knowledge of coffee acqulrtd through mor« thon half o ctntury of rooiflng and pocking coffee. 77* CaVUC* Qtffid U at fine a, coffee ihould be ground. Finer grinding wcrlflcei flavor and oromo, at well o* keeping qualities offer the can I, opened. Hill, Broi. Coffee ihould not be reground. 77l» CbtMfifc Q*t*d It guaranteed to produce the flneif-taiting beverage in any type o f coffee-maker. Direction* for making coffee by the method.ypu^»e will be sent on requett. irltton, and her hijothor. Claude Brltton. While thoro Mr«. KrelJs ttonrlerl tho state fair. C'oniitnictlon of new homo on rcon Ar.rc« Drlvo for Mr, and Mm. 'oURlas I'rlmo has Itien ntartod. C. . Hudson hua the contract. MrM. Virginia Walt, primary '(ichor at the Frnltvalo School, waa iillod to Los Angelen to attend the moral of hfir ffrandCather Wednos- ii.v. Mrs. Wllcox of Bakcrsfleld vlll act UH BUbstltuto until Mrs. Vult's return. «» » . i Buttonwillow BUTTONW1LLOW. Sept. 18.—P. >, Van Neman Visited Mr, and Mra. /. TA Darling last week, and to- other with his daughter, Mrs. Jarllrifr motored to San. Francisco, vlmro they will visit Parker Van S'cman, who IH a member of tho oast artillery, located at Fort colt. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kemp ot ^lytho with tholr son Rlfthard vlBlted Ir. and Mrs. C. T. Ksmp recently. Mlsa Mario Fine of Keneflc. Ok- nhoma, IB visiting her brother-ln- uv ami wlHior, Mr, and Mrs. Cur- IH Hair. When Miss Llla Ault returned rom her vacation sho woa accom- iinlod by her father. Doctor Ault rom KntorprlBi). Oregon. Miss ult motored with her father to .os Angeles Friday. Sho returned uturday afternoon. Mi-B. Harold Ralnoy is entertaining er cousin, Mrs. Demma Smith, .•ho liiiB boon vapatlonlng In Washigton and In now on her way back o her honm In Oklahoma. Uull HlllhoiiBo has gone to Ker- mn to Join bin brother. Martin, and jgethcr they will harvest their iother'8 raisin crop. Misses A. D. and W. L. llulr have ist completed a camp ground of 12 ibliiH that aro to bo occupied by uttun pickers. 4 «» WASCO WASCO, Sopt. 18,—Klchard Matock left Monday night for Omaha, Mob., whoro ho Is enrolled In the Jrclghton Medical College. \V. 13. Court of Han Luis Oblspo cturned Monday night' to hU homo fter Htuylnu In Wasoo aovoral dayB n business conneclod with Iho agrl- ulturo deitartmont of tho Watico llgh School. Mr. Court expects to eturn this next week ond to Waitco o assist tho new agrlculturo teacher, lenry Schmidt of Manhattan, Kan.. n his now position, which Mr. Court ormerly held. Mr, and Mrs. W. II. Julmnt and Mr. nnd Mrs, A. U. Thollo of Bakers- d want to LOB Angeles Wodnes- uy night to attend tho play produc- Ion, "Kvory Man," ut the Hollywood Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Douglas of LIv- rmore are Ntaylnff In AVasco several lays this week. To BE SURE your pica are the kind your husband Hke», use Spood-S-Mbc f of the pie crust. No matter how you've made pies before, you'll find the Sp««d»i-Mtx way the best. Tender* flaky pie crust) quickly made. Failure impossible. At your grocers. MEET THE iPERfrBCf HOSTESSi She selects Oven-Fresh §NOW FLAKES to dress up her dishes O UT here in the West, home of generous hospitality, the Perfect Hostess knows that Snow Plikes add the finest flavor touch to countless dainty dishes, Preparing for the autumn-time round of entertaining, she knows that guests are so complimentary of soups and salads, cocktails and canapes, when these are accompanied by Snow Flakes the West's most popular soda cracker. Snow Flakes have a flavor that's simply delicious, because they reach \\ertvm-frah from nearby National Biscuit Company Western bakeries. frouble wax-wrapped packages protect the crispness of these tempting crackers. To make ytiur dinners perfect, be sure you always have tvtn-fresh Snow Flakes on hand. Your grocer is featuring them this week. 'LAKE TA? fivoriUJofthc>Xfeit ' Be'sure, to ask for SNOW FLAKE A Product of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY kaktn of RITZ and bundredt of other fawritt varittits POST OFFICE MARKET EIGHTEENTH AND H STREETS GUTHRIES GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DEL MONTE EARLY No. 2 Can GARDEN PEAS . . . WHITE KING large pkg. GRANULATED SOAP . 30c EXPORT No. 1 tall can PINK SALMON . 2for21c Sperry Drifted Snow Flour 9.8-lb. Bag 44c 241/2-lb. Bag ... $1.03 CAMPBELL'S 22-oz. tin PORK and BEANS 3 for 25c TABLE QUEEN No. 2 can SLICED BEETS .... 10c DEL MONTE HALVES large can PEACHES 13|c KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT KRUMBLES 12c 1-POUND CAN DEL MONTE COFFEE. 24c Ide's Salad Dressing Pints I6c Quarts ....... 27c CAMPBELL'S 14-02. TOMATO JUICE. 2 for 13c LARQE PACKAGE BISQUICK .28c STETSONS Meats That Please CUDAHY'S QOLD COIN SLICED BACON. Ib. 38c STEER BEEF ROAST, No. 7 Cut Ib. 18c CROWN VEAL ROAST . . Ib. 21c PICKLED BEEF TONGUES. Ib. 14c BREAST VEAL . Ib. 15c LEGS PORK SWEET PICKLED Ib. 22c Fresh Killed Poultry ""^^^"""^^'^^^^""^^'^^^^"•••'•"•^^•'"^•'•••••••^•••••••••••i^iMwewJB"*^ Stetson's Special Seasoned Pork Sausage. Ib. 25c P. BELLAS POST OFFICE MARKET VEGETABLES COAST FRR6H Bean», Wall Filled m* ean», a e . 3 EXTRA FANCY KENTUCKY WONDER String B«an« ..... 3 COAST FRESH Qreen Telephone Peas . 2 EXTRA FANCY Fre»h Qreen Asparagus LARQK BARB MOUNTAIN Qolden Bantam Corn . LARQK HEADS Snowball Cauliflower i . . we CARRY 'ONLY 9 25c Ibs. 29c Ib*. 25c Ibs. 35c for 25c ea. ISc Local Large Eggplant , EXTRA FANCY Fresh Qreen Broccoli . All Bunch Vegetables . EXTRA FANCY Large Bellefleurs . . . U. S. No. 1. KLAMATH FALLS Oregon Potatoes . 2S< U. 8. No. 1 STOCKTON Burbank Potatoes . 25- Large Artichokes 3 for 10c , 4 Ibs. 23c . 3 bu. lOc 6 Ibs, 25c Ib. bag 93c Ib. bag 85c , 4 for 25c FIRST-CLASS FRUITS AND VHQETABLES

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