The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 9, 1944 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, October 9, 1944
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McFarland School Maps Stamp Program • McFurlarul High .School students nro eptlinfi set to carry 01; a steady piuvlKisii! of war stumps and hnnds, diirincr the coming year, \\ilh an orK'inizt'U ])lan for the sales now livinsr adopted. Although .stmlentM will be encouraged to buy stamps, anil bonds any time during the. week, Tuesday has, been set aside as the regular sales day, with all students being given an opportunity of buying stamps and bonds that day eaeh •week, it was reported by Principal ij, A. Wiemers,. Miss Barbara Barm-It, senior, lias been named student war stamp and • bond sales chairman. \Vith the sales campaign beginning this week, first results were highly gratifying, it •was stated. Pictures Slated for Taft Group Meeting TAFT, Oct. 0.—Dale llnoy. pin- gram chairman, announces that iwo films recently released by the War Department, one on the "Liberation of Paris' and the other one "Attack on Guam," will be shown through the courtesy of Herman Uiane of | Haliei'sfjelil. at a meeting of the men ] of the Methodist Church and to their I friends, tonight at (>:"". ' The meeting includes a politick | dinner in the church basement and i Paul Stanclift, president, urges at' tendance. DEMONSTRATION MEKT SL.ATKI) A home demonstration meeting will lie held October 1-, at J :;iO p. tn. at the home of Airs. C. 11. TAMIK on tho B. and M. Lease in Klk Hills. Kveryone is asked 'to bring sewing attachments. PEANUT BUTTER Taft Miss Marries Officer in South TAKT. Oct. fl.—Hiss Hcttr Jane Keith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I:. Keith of MM Will-roil street, bee.line the bride of First Lieutenant Jack II. Me Ka Hand, son of P.. J. Me-Fa Hand of San Antonio, Toxa---. at a ceremony performed Septemtter L'4 in the Normandy Wedding Chapel in Long Mrach. The bride was given In marriage by her father, and her sister. Miss Norma Keith, was maid of honor. Mrs. McFarland is a graduate of Taft Flementary High Sciiool and of Lufkin Business College in iiakers- field. She has been in the employ tif the local selective service board. Lieutenant MeFarland has just returned from JJ months' service overseas with the army air forces and holds (lie Tlist ingtiishod Flying Cross. Air Medal and four Oak Leaf Clusters. A reception was held following the wedding ill the homo of the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and -Mrs. 11. W. Grey of Long Beach. Rio Bravo P. T. A. Plans New Program THO BK.VYO, Oct. 0~ Members of the Mia I'ravo 1'arent-Toachors A*MX hit ion mot at a special session re- eentlv to plan the year's program and to discuss \v;n s and moans of raisin:; money fin' the animal ('hrist- mas trout for tho children, nnd, other activities of tho ^roiip. 1'rouram chairmen were named to take charge uf each month* vuoot- inir and to assist .Mis. Ada Borseii., regular chairman, as follows. September. Mrs. Hal Anderson: Octohcr. Mrs. John Cody; Xovemhor. Mrs. Marsaret Munsey; I»oeomher, Mis. Cly<!o /.aehevy: .January, Mrs. Adah; Hersen: Fohruary. Mrs. ]•'. Schierl- '•• man: March. Mis. A. F.illienhoorn; ; April. Mrs. Scales; May. Mrs. Marvel McClellan. Plans were made to j4ivo a iiHuintr iiietiire show lo raise money for the Christmas trout. | Schilling Pepper ^f=-3& JL A full pungent flavor for zestful goodness Delano Cannery Has 29,947-Can Output BKLAXO, Oct. 0.—A total of 'Jfl,- 947 cans of fruit, vegetables, and vegetable juices have lie-en preserved and processed at the government community cannery at the high school. Canning reached its peak during the last Iwo weeks of August when from 400 tn SOD cans of fruits nnd vegetables were processed each day. Tiuring September nnd October only three to four runs per week have been made with an average of from Kid to 300 cans per run. The cannery will continue to operate at this rate until fall peas and siring beans are ready fur canning when the tempo will be- accelerated. The induction course required for all who can at the cannery will be given every Thursday from 1!'!0 to •1:!'.0 p. in. in the commercial building on the campus, by Mrs. L. Monroe, homcinaking teacher. [^£••••1 CREAM Mott populor"year 'round" dourt H i AS LOW AS . v a pint Alwoyi purl and deliciout. YOU mok«ony flavor in 2 minuHi. 20 famous r*cip« in •och package. Pltose oik your grocer for AMBASSADOR — Charles Sawyer, former Democratic national coni- mitteenian from Ohio and former liciitenant-sovernor of Ohio, has been chosen by President House- veil as United Slates ambassador to BelKinm. Sawyer is now a Cincinnati lawyer. 835 Howard Street, Son Franciice 3, Calif. New USD Officers Named for Delano ! VUOLAXO, Oct. 9.—New I'SO offi ' eers, were elected at a. recent meeting of the organization held at the '. recreation rooms in the Masonic Temple- building. i Mrs. Mary Hadovich. chairnian of ' the nominal ing committee, presented j the following slate which was elected: Kmest Jeanans, president; Samuel Underbill, vice-president; i Mrs. Jack Twil'ord, secretary; Abe. ! c.oertxen, treasurer; Mesduiues II. i W. Mellen and Charles Alanton, j senior hostesses; Mrs. Walter Mc- 1 Clintock, junior hostess; Mrs. Max j Cameron, assistant junior hostess; ! Walter McClintock, dance chairman, j and Francis Uawsun, assistant dance chairman. With only a limited number of servicemen now stationed at the local nlr base the recreation rooms are open only on Saturday and Sunday from 2 p. m. until 11 p. in. West Side USO'Seeks Rooms for Soldiers TAFT, Oct. fl.—the I T SO Club at Taft has announced that there is an immediate need for more rooms to be made available to newly arriving ' service personnel at Gardner Field. Since the term of the cadet class at the field has been extended, there arc no vacancies occurring to which new personnel cnu be referred. Anyone having a room or an i apartment which can be made avail; able for their use. please plume 777. ; and list the accomodation with the PSO Club. Miss Betty Wagner Weds Wm. Calvert TAFT, Oct. 0.—Miss Betty "Wagner, P.I. and William Calvert, --' chief petty officer, second class were married October '•', at - p. in by Judge Stewart Magco in Bakers field, according to announcement re ceived by friends today. Chief Petty Officer Calvert and his bride are graduates of- the Taft school?. Calvert, a veteran of eight ma.jor battles, including Guam and Saipan. •will report on October 9 to Alameda for reassignment. HAT SHOW SET FOR TAFT CLUB MALINDA KAY TO MODEL COLLECTION AT OPENING TAFT, Oil. !'. —The entire membership of the Woman's Improvement Club is expected when tin; nicnt Club is expected when the. club ! at - a. in. with a program featuring M:\liixlii Kn\. i-r "the lady \vith the hats." Miss Kay lias something entirely different in chapeaux, period costumes and a inelodian of the vintage of IS4.', which she will play as sin' models. Miss Kay's collection includes 17"> hats. The costume which she will wear at the beginning of her lecture weighs L'T pounds. representing fashions of a I'm years ago. Doing a mollified strip-tease, the lecturer finally stands before her audience In ; modern garb, thus traversing the 100-year period. Mrs. Fern Hall, president of the ! club, will conduct the business meet- . ing, and Mrs. Walter Krone, second . vice-president, is in charge of the program. .Mrs. Howard Lee is mem- j bership chairman. The commillee i includes .Mesdames J. l>. Cerkel, ; Alvin Burgess, Itich.ird Foster, Ken- j neth Pruiolt and Lee Smithe. | MAN VlNKD^fldO ; 1'ele CoHsanl ploaildl guilty to charges of .selling liquor to two Intoxicated soldiers and paid a $100 fine in Judge AY. F. Third's Police Court yesterday. Ctje JBafeerafielb Californian Mondoy, October 9, 1944 3 SPECIALS FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY CHRIS and JACK QUALITY VEGETABLES CRISP LETTUCE each lOc UTAH TYPE CELERY ... h IOC GOLDEN SUMMER CASABA U. S. No. Whit* Ros* POTATOES 100, b ,$4.25 FROZEN Vegetables POINT FREE Asparagus, Green Beans Mixed Vegetables, Lima Beans, Corn, Peas, Peas and Carrots, Spinach, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower Liquor Department WHISKEY Rocky Springs . . 5th $3.22 Golden Wedding . 5th S3.45 Schenley Reserve, 5th $3.91 Philadelphia ... 5th $4.27 GRAVES IMPORTED CUBAN RUM $ 4/5 Quart . Croix Royale AfRIGOT and PEACH •RANDY % Fifth . . . Natural Flavor MORE WAR BONDS AND STAMPS Beck's Bakery 1112 fifhtMHtb Faod City IWE HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE; CRISCO 3 69 IVORY DASH $135 Gold Medal Kitchen-Tested ft • FLOUR Z5 MINER'S PURE Honey Butter IVORY SOAP LIPTON'S CONTINENTAL ft Noodle SOUP 3 SEASIDE FINE LARGE COFFEE Butter Beans SAMPAN — All-Green Cuts off ASPARAGUS . Lindsay Mammoth Rip* Kraft's Salad Dressing DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT Hoffman's "BETTER MAID" Cooked SALAMI Pound . . . . Sliced for Sandwiches FINEST QUALITY MINCEMEAT 2 Pound* . 35 Armour's Star •• aaj B.G. Salami 7 S C Pound . . . . • %»7 Can Be Shipped Oversea* Challenge Farmer Style COTTAGE CHEESE Pound .... Robert Montgomery on Inactive Duty HOLLYWOOD, Oct. !». Iff)— Jjieu- tenant-Commander Robert Jlont- | Romery, the. former film actor, will j go on inactive duly today after three j years' navy service, Mctro-Cioldwyn- | Mayer studio reports,. j Montgomery served in the south j Pacific more than a year and later j in the English channel and along the invasion coast. When I say coffee I mean FOLGERS" SAUCE Internationally famous for over 100 years *</<*/, tfatMe LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home The Home Quality. St.vlc and lleiuit.v in 1 urnllure 625 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4711 RECORDS See HARRY CITRON .a.t BROCKS Expert Guaranteed Watch Repairing GIVE A PORTRAIT THIS CHRISTMAS Beautiful Bronze PORTRAITS -EACH * SIZE 6 x 8 INCHES * • IT.' 0 ^.' This year more than ever, a jpersonal gift will be most appreciated. Don't delay. Have your sitting now. Proofs shown. No appointment necessary AUSTIN STUDIOS OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 1521 Nineteenth Street Phone 3-0930 BAKEKSFIELD DAILY HOURS: 9 A. M. lo 8 P. M, Sundays:! P.M. to 6 P. M. BUY FOR WARMTH BUY FOR GIFTS— Now is when you really appreciate a warm robe—-an<i there is nothing more cheery than lo slip into one in bright colors— and, too, it's high time to slarl buying Christinas gills while assortments so splendid as they arc now. SMOOTH CHENILLE ROBES Equally suitable for lounging as for their warm Ill-giving qualities. Sixes 12 lo 20— ;58 lo 'M. Blue, Rose, Red, American Beauty, White $ BED JACKETS Soft and Huffy—made of brushed Remberg— Small, medium and large. 5 3 COTTON QUILTED ROBES The quilted robe you see at the left comes in gay, colorful col tori fabric—wrap-around slvle. Sizes 12 to 20 DOWNSTAIRS STORE Carry packages unwrapped when possible.

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