The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 18, 1936 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 18, 1936
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An optimistic note was sounded throughout the convention and Kern county was praised for having raised its full quota of the $25,000 for south- em California, tho local amount being . $760. Encouraging plans were also made to have one of the best state conventions ever held In Bakersfleld on October 13, 14, IB and 16. The Invitation of Arvin was accepted to hold the next county convention there. Tho Taft Presbyterian Church waa host to the meeting Just concluded. Chairmen of departments names were: Mrs. H. S. McClees, evangelistic; Mrs. B. B. Emery, flower mission! Mrs. Marian Wolf, international relations for peace; Mrs. Kmiiy McCutchcon, literature; -Mrs. M. W. Gilbert, medical temperance; Mrs. pelma Chamberlain, motion pictures; Mrs. George Howell, publicity; Mrs. Eliza B. DuVal, scientific temperance Instruction; Mrs. Marcia Strom, Union signal; Mrs, Edwlna Kay, health; Mrs. Helen Harriston, nonalcoholic products. Miss MarJanna Bohna, medal contests; Mrs. Nettlo Bunch, child welfare; Mrs. W. S. Adklsson, legislation; Mrs. Schultz, radio; Mrs. C. C. Haworth, religious education; Mrs. L. C. Miller, W. C. T. U. home for women; Mrs. Martha Clayton, ^Christian citizenship. kdale Frolic, Saturday, Oct. 3 Dancing at tho Stockdale Club party will begin at 8 o'clock and continue until 2 o'clock on the night of the opening of tho rodeo during Frontiers week, Saturday evening, October 3, A barbecue will be served from 7 to 10 o'clock in the patio of the clubhouse. V-V "HERE'S A TIP for busy men: Shredded Wheat and fruit for lunch. No mld-nfternon fag after that treatl TryiU" T • " ."» ' s ^ i "^ sffiBP t .Hl A Product of ^Continued .Trom foffe ff<*^ ~ ~ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^r^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Q^^Q^^f^^^^Fi^Q^^^^^f^^N^^^f^^^^—^r. Alaska, Yellowstone National Park and other points, The Reverend Mr* Patrick - was elected national chap lain at the Legion of Valor meet \ ^F^^l ^f ' Presentation of a citation to Mrs, Ray Carlisle from Mrs. Ethel R. Marsh, department president, by Mrs. Kelson, In recognition of Mrs, Carlisle's tireless work for the de partment over a period of years was a feature of the business hour. Council Meeting Mrs, Homer Humble announced that the junior auxiliary will convene Saturday at 10 o'clock at Le- fflon hall, Mrs. Karl Howe presented a report on a s u ccessf u 1 card party held Wednesday night and explained that another will bo sponsored soon. Telling of the installation of Mrs, Jack Isaac as president of Kern county chapter of the American Lie glon Auxiliary by Mrs* Bruce Little, Mrs. Henry Powell presented an in terestlng report of a* council HesKlot In Tehachapl Sunday. The next will be held Sunday, October 22, In Wasco. Attending the mountain meeting from here besides Mrs. Isaac and Mrs. liittle, were Mrs. Henry Powell, Mrs. Leonard Hall and Mrs. Wayne P. Nelson. Members joined the post later to hear talks by Miss Doris Hancock and Stewart Chenoweth of the high school debating team, on the United States Constitution. The speakers were Introduced by Ray Burum. P. T. A. Ch IstC m pleted (Continued From Page Bit) Wheeler nidge, magazines; Mrs. J. W. Voorhies, financial chairman; Mrs. W. B. Kobb, humane education; Mrs. F. O. Carrithers, historian; and Mrs. Jack January of Lebec, seventh vice-president. The budget for the ensuing year was read by Mrs. Voorhies and was ^icceptecl. Mrs. J. F. Faber, parliamentarian, read amendments to bo voted upon at tho next meeting. At Grapevine The invitation of tho Grapevine P. T. A. to meet at the Grapevine In November waa accepted by the district. Tho first and tenth districts will probably bo invited to join In the gathering. Mrs. Walker Rankln, character education chairman, read the P. T. A. collect. ' MPH. Klmcr ICarpe, American clt izenship chairman, led tho flag fia lute and read an article on the United State Constitution. Tho resignation of Mrs. Frank Stewart us financial secretary, was accepted with regrets by the group. Them front Page Six) iNAL 'ANY ber 17 at a place to be named later. Mrs. G. H. Stevenson was presented with an attendance prize. Arrangements were launched for a public card party Saturday eve ninp, nt Memorial hall at which hand-mad^ prize* will be given and refreshments will bo nerved. Preparations are in the hands of Mcs- dames Al Kaul, Herman Hubiy, Doris Brockway, R. L. Fowler and A. Westorlund. Mrs. Harvey HarrolBon, Hewing club president, announced Its first meeting- for Wednesday all day ut Memorial hall. Potluck luncheon will be served at noon. Articles for Red Cross and hospitals will be made. 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A 1C 19c SNOWDRIFT $1.05 WESSON OIL SCHILLING COFFEE EITHER KIND PERCOLATOR OR DRIP "YOU GET THE KEY" Quart Tin Half Gallon. "A GOOD FOOD" •Ib. Tin 28c Ib. Tin 66 WM. A. ROGERS SILVERWARE DESSERT SERVER r only 25 and one llAiltt IOX TOP 5-Ib. Package Fancy Milk-Red Shoulder Crown VEAL ROAST . Ib. 21c Fancy Young 6t««r B««f Shoulder POT ROAST .. Ib. 17c Selected Genuine Spring Lamb Shoulder . Ib. 23c Fancy Milk Fed Shoulder Veal Steaks . Ib. 29c F Fancy Eaatern, Streaked Salt Pork... Ib. 26c Fancy Steer Round Beef Genuine Ground Steak . . . . Ib. 27c Young Lean Meaty Shoulder Pork Steaks. Ib. 29c f Colored Fre.h Dn.wd 6hol«r Style . . Ib. 35c Fryers Fancy Young Steer Beef Short Cut Standing Prime Rib Roast Ib. 29c Our Own Make Country Style Sausage . . Ib. 25c Fancy Young Steer Beef, Cube Cut Boneless Stew Ib. 22c Armour'a White Cloud Shortening 4 49c Fresh Picnic Cuts. 2 to 6 Ib. Average Pork Roast, Ib. 22c Received Dally Fresh FISH AND OYSTERS SHOLARS BAKERY Suggestions W» Sill Only Fre«h BAKERY QOOOS Black Bottom Pie* holars Garden Fresh ^^^^^^••^•B egetables Featuring Quality Produce of the Lowst Prices Prices Kffcctive Friday and Saturday Only. Choc-O-Nut A chocolato t'ftko u-iih n »ur- prUo lay<jr of white oak* In Ui« vontur, rovflrtd with boiled Icing and coconut. SPANISH SWEKT Onions.. 5 Ibs. lOc Genuine Fancy Spring Lamb Legs.. Ib. 27o Fancy Eaalern, Smoked Hockleee Picnic Hams. Ib. 26c Fancy Young Stter Beef Brains . .. . Ib. 20c Selected Fresh Baby Beef Liver . 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Ic New Crop Banana Squash Fancy Large Utah Celery stalk 5c ] pe Krummtt Freoitone Pttch«s Finey Davenport Artlchokat 5 2 tbt. for I5c SWEET VALENCIA JUICE Oranges 3 doz. 29c Ripe, Juicy, Dellcloua C OE« Otba. &OC Apple* Sunklit Lemona dozen I9c FRESH HAWAIIAN Pineapple. ea. 29c Fancy Stanwyck Nectarine* 2 , bt . 15c Freeh Minion 2 Ibs. !5c LAKE COUNTY BARTLETT Pears .. 4 Ibs. 19c Ib. 39c Aasorttd Lunch Meat . , Swift Premium. Siloed Driid Beef . i-lb, pkfi 160 Home Made Potato Salad , , . Ib. 20o * Challenge Creamed Cottaoe Cheese , , , . Ib, (Oo L n ,-.-•-.. * . ~ • • - -* - - Large Size Salt Maokiril . 2f«r25c L Bonelese Smoked Pilchard Sardines Ifo. oan 2 for 26c Large German DiliPIoklei , , 3 for iOo Fancy Eastern Kodlkook Codfish , . , , !b. 33o Honey Comb Coffee Cake CrlHp coffee cfckfi covered with crunchy nutu and flU«<t with fluffy Ftenfh cream. A delight for any time of the day. 38c ^^^^^^^g^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^f^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^^^^^_^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^"T^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^H St. Francis Layers cake ajj deloctabte aa paatry, Four colden layer* with er«a.m filling— covered with fruit and cream maJe In an attractive pattern. Each 45c New Crop California Dates Ib. Fancy Plsmo Pole Peas Iba, I 27c Fancy Cherry Rhubarb 3 Ibs* Yellow Crookn«ck Squash *•*»«* »lw% 9c 5c RED RIPE SOLID 5 Ibs. Tomatoes.. IOo ' f •* ,-\ :.s< . T 1 ft: -. ':. > .' . *..•:>, . f- i- 1 J -•- iL-Yfi- • ' ' '-•- -• - > ' ' -" v . '•• 'i J ' L * * ' ' f.. -'r -I f -. - L 1 • b II- h

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