The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 11, 1944 · Page 3
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kJ l/*ll •!/>•• McKittnck Civic Club Slates Plans • JlcKlTTRICK, Oct. 11.—Postwar planning was the theme of the Me- Kittrick Civic. Club at its recent meeting held in the civic auditorium. A resolution was adopted recommending an adequate soft water supply for the community and a sewerage disposal system. The resolution also favored the construction of a public recreational park and golf course on the West Side. Supervisor A. TV. Noon was a visitor and discussed informally "Postwar Planning" and what actioii other civic groups and the county were taking in connection with the matter. Other speakers included Judge J. II. Anderson and Post- % master O. CI. Miller of the Marlcopa Kxehange Club, Vornon McLeod, Qunit Johnson, John Krown and Kverolt P.irchfield, repiosenling the Tal't Chamber of Commerce. Follow- *Jng the. business session, refreshments were prepared and served by Mesdnmes Harrison Carter, Lloyd Graham, Kyle Hickle and Wilbur Kn*le-,low. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT ON THE HOME FRONT .w VOTENOonNo.12 Governor lorl Warren, tha State Chamber of Commerce, civic laadarf, and a score of employer, employee, civic, veteran and church groups have come forward to oppose No. 12 on the ballot in the election, November 7. These leaders look upon No. 12 as a threat to industrial peace in California and as a dangerous attack on our united efforts to win the war. SPONSORED by CITIZENS COMMITTII AGAINST PROPOSITION N*12 How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly In Place Do your false teeth annoy and embarrass by slipping, dropping or wab- bling when you eat, laugh or talk? Just sin-inkle a liltlo FAST13ETH on your plates . This alkaline (non acid) powder holds false teeth more firmly and more comfortably. No gummy, Roooy, pasty taste or feeling. Does not sour. Checks ''plate odor" (denture bronth>. Got FASTKETH today it any drug store.—Adv. Supper, Halloween Party Set by Valley Acres Club TAFT, Oct. 11.—Members of Valley Acres Woman's Club, meeting recently at the home of Mrs. Ehvood Snowden, made plans to rewrite bylaws; to have a tamale supper at the Valley Acres Park on October 10; to tponsor a Halloween party, and to serve at the literary tea at the Taft Woman's Club October 2-1. New officers ;>ppcinted were: Mrs. C. L. Mitchell, historian; Mrs. Orval Taylor, Bible and literature; Mrs. Lewis Martin, publicity; Miss Gay West, parliamentarian and member- ship, Sirs. Herbert Engels, Mrs. F.d Fit/patrick and Mrs. K. M. Fitzpatrick. Members present were the Mesdames I. M. Bumgnrdner. Orval AVer, ling, Paul Stancliff, Harold Richard, Lewis Martin, John L. House, K. M. Fitzpatrick, Herbert Engels, Guy Welsh, C. L. Mitchell, F.lwood Snowden, Orval Taylor, Robert Moor and Miss Gay West. The next, meeting of the club will be held November ", at the homo of Mrs. I. M. Bumgardner with Mrs. Robert Moor serving as co-hostess. West Side Knights Slate Dance Oct. 12 TAKT, Urt. 11.—A dance will mark i.'olimilins Day for Weil .Side Catholics and their invited Kuc.sts, according to plans made by Tat't Council Xo. 2408, Kni^htH of Columbus, when members met in Saint Mary's hall recently. District Deputy John Basil of Bali^rsfield was present and outlined his program for the coming year. All Taft knights and their ladies are invited to mass and a communion breakfast at St. Francis Church in Bakersfield, Sunday, October 13. Mass will begin at 8 a. m. with breakfast to follow. Anyone interested in transportation should contact Joe Spellacy or Tommy Burns. Sixth Grade Wins Maricopa Contest MAU1COPA, Oct. 11.—The Marl- copa i j . T. A. has completed a successful membership drive, and while more members arc expected, the chairmen in charge of the drive, Mrs, Sibyl Green and Mrs. Maude Eichel, have announced that the children of the sixth grade are the acknowledged winners In the elementary school, with 58 o£ the 155 memberships. The fourth grade was second with 40, and tlie other classes followed with 18 in the second and third grade; 15 in the first; 9 in the kindergarten; 10 in the seventh and 5 in the eighth. Mrs. Roy Moore is president of the unit. Taft Sergeant Writes From Base in Belgium TAFT, Oct. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. F. R. AVilson of Taft Heights Imve received word from their son, Ser- Keant John F. Wilson, that lie is now in Belgium with a signal battalion. The Wilsons have three other sons in the service, Lieutenant William Wilson, who was recently transferred from Italy to Corsica and is flying a l'-47 with the Army Air Forces; lieutenant Robert Wilson, who is in Lincoln, Neb., in tactical training as pilot of a B-17, and Frank K. Wilson, who is now at Mintcr Field. __ ? VICTORY I fter buying extra war bonds- HERMITAGE TREAT YOURSELF TO \-^ ^»4B.H«^b W^ ^»^b ^»* ^»^^~«»« Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey BRAND Attend to important war duties! Then, as a simple way of rewarding yourself, treat yourself-to this good Kentucky whiskey. Bohemian Distributing Co. 121 Twenty-Sixth Street. Bakersfield, Calif. 93 Proof EYES EXAMINED! GLASSES REPAIRED! SIX MONTHS TO PAY! DR. HAROLD HASKELL OPTOMETRIST 1434 - 19TH STREET Main Floor Gonsl*r»Lo« •ulldlng TELEPHONE 66859 DOCTOR, M. D. WANTED Qualified, by training and exjiedimt'o, for industrial and general private practice in nn isolated community in California. Good hospital facilities. Interesting and lucrative proposition. Box Al'C-711, The Call- fornian. CORDS Sec HARRY CITRON .tit- BROCKS Expert ««rintce Wikn Dr. S. CLong Pli'yfiician-Surceon 1728 Truitnn Avenue Phone MS52 RICHARD BENNETT ILL I.OS ANOKLES, Oct. 11. OP)— Richard Bennett, 72-ycar-dHI ;n-icn- and father of Actresses Constance and Joan Bonnelt, Kiu'i'crcU a huurt atlack recently and is not entirely out oC danRer, Joan's strrotary, Mar- Knrct Spencer, disclosed last night. Kernville Students Conduct Contest Lively competition between the j freshman and sopobomore classes at Kernvjlle Junior High School to maintain the best attendance record featured the contest for the month of September, won by the sophomores, Principal Tho-.nas B. Merson revealed today. With the added Incentive of the winning class receiving a party from the losers, the contest is expected to become a monthly affair, Mr. Merson reported. He stated that the spirit for a perfect attendance record is running very high. Prize for the sophomores, winners of the first month's competition, was a party provided by the freshmen which featured refreshments. After playing baseball, indoor games and hulding a dance at the school from 3:,'!0 to T:liO, the student body adjourned to the picture show. Delano P. E. 0. Group Opens j Season at Panero Home Safeersfielb Californtan Wednesdoy, October 11, 1944 3 rn-:L.\.\O, Oct. 11.—At thooponiriK meeting of Chapter UK. 1\ K. O. Sisterhood, hclil recently at (lie homo of Mrs. August Panero, Mrs. W. Lester Kiggens of Karlininrt presented the program from the subject. "Piilbert and Sullivan." Adding to the enjoyment of the program Mrs. Panero gave recordings of selections from "Pinafore" and "The Mikado" and some of their other well known comic operas. A G o'clock dinner was served by Mrs. Panero, assi.sled by her mother, Mrs. 'Lena Beall, when covers were laid for Miss Phyllis Deupw, and Mrs. Helen Lange of Pasadena, guests, an'd Mrs. Charles Morris of Merced, Mcsdames L. K. Abbey, Harold Appleford, Lena P.call, James II. P.urnni, Walter KYmr, J. 10. (iange of Karlimart, John ! D. Hall, William H.-ilInck, AlherL F. ' Hulsapple, Annie .Inp.es and AV. Los; ter Kiggens of Karlimart, Samuel j T. JlcCawley. H. S. ilcC'.ecs. Harold J Olson, \Vard Kiibertson, Clarence Roupo, Orant A. Palmer, Sr.. Charles A. Caznlv, and Miss Janet Struthers. members. At the business session which followed dinner. .Mrs. Panero, vice-president, presided in the absence of the president, Mis. P. M. Kyle. Mrs. Kiggens reported on the inoetlnir of the* San Jomiuin valley chapters which was hrld in September at Fresno. COLD STUFFED NOSE? 12 drops in each nostril I shrink membranes. You I breathe easier. Caution: I Use only as directed. Get IPENETRO NOSE DROPS PEANUT BUTTER Bake these easily, for October delight TO MAKE this evening's dinner appe-- tizingly different, why not bake some drop biscuits? Very little time is required! DROP •ISCUITS Follow your regular 2-cup recipe for baking-powder biscuits, but use enough milk (about a cup) so mixture will drop from teaspoon on an ungreased baking tin. Bake in a hot oven (450° F.) for 12 to 15 minutes. Makes about 16 biscuits. fv«n moro •ppotiilng drop biscuits result if you add (depending on personal tastes) l /2 cup of raisins or chopped nutmeats or diced cheese to the mixture before kneading it. Or, use tomato juice instead of milk for the moistener! And for tJoMort, how about ICED APPLE DUMPLINGS Using a standard pastry recipe, roll the pastry H-inch thick and cut into 6-inch squares. Wash and peel 6 whole medium-sized cooking apples; remove cores and place one apple in the center of each pastry square. Fill eace core-hole with brown sugar, and a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg, and j/i tbsp. butter or margarine. Dampen edges of pastry, and draw up around apples, pressing securely' together. With sharp tined fork, prick dough well all over. Place in. well-greased drip pan. Bake in hot oven (450* F.) 15 minutes. Reduce' heat to moderate oven (350° F.) and bake 45 minutes or until done, basting every 15 minutes with syrup made by boiling 1 cup granulated' sugar, v H cup A water, and 2 tbsps. butter or margarine. When baked,, frost tops immediately with medium* thick powdered sugar butter icing. Safeway Homemakcrs' Bureau JULIA LEE WRIGHT, Director HOME BAKING DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN! The Fall Season brings increased demand for the kinds of delicacies that you like to make in your own oven. Safeway is featuring a large assortment of quality flours at special low prices. Come in today and stock up! CRAFT HONE TYPE FLOUI Blends qfcickly for perfect results. 5 IBs., 27c; 25 Ibs., $1.18. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Kitchen tested brand of flour. 5-pound size bag, 30c. GLOBE "11" FLOOR Use it for "Al" baking results. 5-pound size bag, 29c. HARVEST BLOSSOM Economical blend of flour for home use. 2 5-pound bag, 99c. SWANS DOWN FLOUR «~ Extra fine flour, designed especially for use in making cakes. pkj. OPERA BROADCASTS. Write to P.O. Box 3175, San Francisco 19, Calif, for free 40-page Opera Broadcast Program. 10-lb. bag 10-lb. bag 10-lb. bag 10-lb. bag 51 57 55 43 25 BAKING NEEDS WIN A WONDROUS AWARD CANNED FOODS Tomato Sauce 'fT' V.° Bf Senid your pet baking recipe to the Kitchen Craft Hall of Fame. Details on Art Linkletter radio show, "What's Doing Ladies?" KECA Blue Network 2:00 P. M. Monday, Wednwdoy •M Friday cy 12 Spaghetti Sauce c r D S Tomato Soup : Libby's Beans ££? ar r Cut Green Beans Ga j£ n " ';.;" 13° Country Home Brand, 20-oi. Cream Style White Corn can Green Giant Peas Mixed Vegetables Dinette Irond Pastry Flour Vanilla Extract Royal Rumford Sugar Molasses Royal Satin Crisco Sno-White Sait Morton's Salt Capitol Brand Cream of Tartar Baking Powder can Phosphate type 12-os. Baking Powder CM Choice of cane 5-pound or beet sugar cloth b«f Grandma's Old 1«-«». A m b«ttl«"«* Lib. Fashioned Brand 2«-e». pka. For • fine cvp of satisfying tea. (60) Apricots HOUSEHOLD ITEMS OrtViftt The gentle—grease- WU&llC; dissolving cleaner. pka. Laundry I Soap fc Fine soap for Tub, 24-os. Washer or Dishpan box Mystic Foam Crystal White Rinso Bowl Brushes ..<h23 c 20 Mule Team Borax J;J; 23« Rain Drops PXOWCf Soften water for washing Because it's rushed from farm to you, Safeway produce is naturally fresh. It is guaranteed to please, or your money returned in full! DRY YELLOW ONIONS Onions are a Victory Food Selection. Buy now! PIPPIN APPLES Northern grown apples. Make excellent pies. _ BANANA SQUASH Enjoy baked banana squash. Rich in vitamin A * LARGE RIPE TOMATOES 11 Firm, fancy tomatoes. Just right for slicing. Ib. B • —Red S tempi: Chef Boy Ar-De« .(1) Dinner (1) Kraft Dinner (2)Sunnybank XS?" (2) Troco each in* 1ft* •*" Durkee Brand Margarine BREAKFAST SUGGESTIONS Flapjack Flour Superior Honey Starr Plum Jam Mixed Fruit Jelly J^ Wheat Toast Ralston Cereal Wheat-Nuts 40-0, 22. 22-0.. Sunshine Brand Serve it hot 24-ei. PI'S. In blue 24-ei. 1 Qo package pkf. •* Carnation 16-os. Right to limit is reserved. No sales to dealers. TYPICAL SAFEWAY VALUES Salad Dressing Quart jar, 38c Pin* lor Duchess Libby Deviled Ham V." 14" Kern Luncheon Meat **? 29" Noodle Soup Mix ffi *%? *' Spaghetti ^^= 'i'/"' Dina-Mite Quick Wheat ^T^r *£" 50-60 Prunes Co " fornio 2 -' b Airway Coffee Nob Hill Coffee TIQVOr ,.,..— Edwards Coffee £J£ '£»» Californii Grown pkg. Mellow Blend 1-lb. Rich 99C flavor 1-lb. w* PET FOODS Strongheart Felix Cat Food Healthway Economicol Dog Food •••»• f •; pkfl. * P«« J-lb. OCTOBER 15 IS FINAL DATE FOR CHRISTMAS OVERSEAS MAILING SEND HIM A FRUIT CAKE CtARK OF CALIFORNIA GOtDEN FRUIT CAKI These delicious cakes are filled with an assortment of 2-lD» fine fruits and are perfectly , seasoned. Packed in mail- SIZ9 ing box. (Mk Mcilmfl wt.) SAFEWAY

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