The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 12, 1944 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 12, 1944
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Thursdoy, October 12, 1944 gfte jBafafrstielb Cattforitian Inter-Racial Art Exhibit Planned J liter-racial Creative A rt s Fellow- 'ship \\ill Imlil its fotirtli annual pro- |gr:ini MIK! exhibit, desiuncd to ac 1 quaint Kfi'n people with the artistic i eiintrihutlnn of the various race--. October •_'- in tlio foyer and audi loriiim of Washington Srhool. ; Tin' dour* will lie open at -':•',» anil thp program will begin at '.', p. m. i Hugh I/nwery heads the association i which is soliciting art and talent i from all races for the display. i TO MOM) TARTY TlaUersficId I'hiipver No. .(Hi. Women nf the .Moose, will sponsor • a pnlilic card party Friday al S p. in. hi Uniids liall. Mrs. Nonna Mc.\lah:in, senior regent, announces that prizes will lie awarded. MISKIAN KII.I.KI) Fi:i-:s.\<>. Oct. i-'. UP)- .Veil ir. i Williams. I'.J. Fresno musician, died yi'Mordjiy of in.iuric s suffered when he fell beneath the wheels of ft truck while trying out a newly purchased motorcycle. 3300 ENERGY UNITS AND 9000 UNITb VITAMIN "A" IN EVERY POUND NONE SURER [StJoseph 1 A«PIRIN lARfitSTSEU'R AT mi WHELDENS No. 2 PUMPKIN CENTER MARKETS No. 1—BAKERSFIELD 2125 Union Avenue No. 3 WEED PATCH Kern County's Finest and Best-Stocked Food Stores "ShopatWhelden's" THREE BIG stores in KERN county to serve YOU with . . . FRESH TASTY PROD- DUCE . .. THE VERY BEST IN MEATS and ... THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES IN KERN COUNTY. Whelclen's Market No. 2 and Whelden's Market No. 3 also carry a complete line of hardware . . . farm tools, poultry and dairy feeds. "WHELDEN'S, the SHOPPING CENTER of KERN COUNTY" 1)1X1(101 S OR JONATHANS Washington Apples, 2 Ibs. 24c I. S. No. I NTOf'KTON Bl KBANKS POTATOES . . sack $3.90 LAST CHANCE Bellefleur Apples, box $2.69 FRESH CORN . . 3for19c ARTICHOKES . . 2for25c POPCORN T. N. T. BRAND "Ready for Popping" Pound HELP YOUR BUTTER GO FARTHER WITH . . . S. & W. Marmalade Pint , Zl RITZ LARGE PACKAGE 21 DEL MONTE SALAD ASPARAGUS POINTS . , , . No, 2 tall tin 45c DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN ASPARAGUS TIPS .... No, I square tins 53c IRIS FRENCH STYLE STRING BEANS No. 2 can 19c PICT SWEET LITTLE PEAS No. 2 can 15c BRIAROALS GOLDEN SWEET CORN No. 2 can I5e S.AW. APRICADE 12-oz, can lOc No. 21 can I4c DEL MONTE PUMPKIN LIBBY'S PUMPKIN No. 2! can !2c PURE CANE SUGAR 10 Ibs, 6lc NESTLE'S SWEET MILK COCOA 1 Ib. 20c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP (Point Free) 9c KRAFT AMERICAN CHEESE l-lb. brick 39c KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES giant siie pkg. I3c TOPS "Washes Everything" WASHING POWDER , 24-oz. pkg. 13c SANI FLUSH "Quick-Easy-Sanitary" large can 20c CRISCO ORANGE PEKOI ( HNOE ALTA 43c USIlt DAILY STOPS "i.O." IFEBUOY o 21c The "Very Best" in Meats Pints . . , 21 STANDARD! "lltC Quarts . . Gallons $419 , , I A N T R O L -EASY V/AY TO KILL ANTS 39X for M of.4 Filltd Fctcler* 4«c. Rtflll«.,t*l STKKK MA.I , I . S. (.OOI) CHUCK ROAST . . . Ib, 30c STIOEK STEfR BEEF . . . . Ib. 23c 1 m EASTEKN DKY SALT PORK Ib. 24c FltESII (iKOl ND BEEF . , Ib. 30c AKMOLK'S HTAR MINCE MEAT . . . 2 Ibs. 49c Prices Eff«ctiv* Through Saturday, October 14 SOCIETY PARADE RKCKXT BRII>E—Announcement of tlie marriage of Mrs. Mary A. Cm-ham of Eugene, Ore., to Sergeant Daniel Jeske, Jr., formerly of this city, was made here this week. The young people were married during the early part of September. Marriage Revealed The marriage of Mrs. Mary A. Crorham. the daughter of Mrs. .lames Edmond Lindley and the late Mr. Dudley of Eugene. Ore., to Sergeant Daniel Jeske. Jr.. son of Mrs. Daniel Jeske. Sr.. and the late Mr. Jeske. Sr., of tills city WHS solemnized at. high noon on September 7, in Seattle. \V.ish. The double ring ceremony was performed in the chambers of Judge Guy R. Knott. For a wedding trip the couple jorneyed through California and Oregon points. Mrs. Jeske, a former school teacher in the Eugene schools, will make her home in Seattle, where she is engaged in personnel work with an essential industry, while the sergeant is serving with the Signal Corps. Signal Airways Service, destination unknown. M SIMON! YOUR WOODWORK EdHardvSehlin Rites Two hundred guests witnessed the j marital ceremony uniting Miss • Elizabeth Ruth Edwards, daughter ; of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pittenger. j of Delano, and Sergeant Howard j Sehlin, of Mfntcr Field, Friday, Oc-] tober B. The young people were I married at First Baptist Church, a , double ring ceremony being per-1 formed by the Reverend B. C. Bar-' rett. | Presiding at the organ was Mrs. Ronald Clark and the Reverend Sanuiel KlelnsasBer, soloist, sung "I Love Thee" and "Because." The church was decorated with two large baskets of white and pink gladioli and two candalabras and potted plants. The bride wore a white lace gown made with .sweetheart neckline. She chose a fingertip veil and carried, a white Bible with orchid and white streamers. Attending Mrs. Sehlin was the bridegroom's sister, Miss Ksther Sehlin, of Minneapolis, Minn. She wore a blue net gown, headdress of blue tulle veil with blue flowers on I the sides, and carried red nosegays, i Bridesmaids for the occasion were i Miss Laura Cederquist. Miss Oer- j trnde Her.shey, Airs. Ernestine Simp- i son, and Mrs. Irene Vines, all of i this city, each attired in pale pink j marquisette gowns worn with pink ; tulle veils. They carried yellow j rosebud nosegays. ': Juanita Pittenger, 6-year-old sister, of the bride, aeted as flower girl. She wore a blue net frock and carried a small basket of purple and while flowers. '. Hubert Pittenper gave his step-i da tighter in marriage. Attending the : bridegroom as best man was Staff j Sergeant Ernest Molnor, of Moraine, ; Ohio, with the following as ushers: i Sergeant Karl Hoernmanu, Captain ; Arnold Fauskin. Captain William j AVargo, and Private First Class j Douglas Cook. j For her daughter's wedding Mrs. j Plttongrr wore a navy blue crepe j frock wHh navy accesories and a gardenia corsage. Following the wedding a reception was held in the social hall of the church with Mrs. E. E. Mitchell in charge and assisted by Mrs. Earl j Smithson-and Mrs. Sam Kleinsasser j in addition to a group of young j women. , For a wedding trip the couple journeyed to Los Angeles, the bride j wearing a three-piece grey wool suit | with black accessories with an orchid I corsage, and a double string of j pearls with ear-rings to match, a i gift from the bridegroom. They will make their home at 2412 Twenty-] first street. ' j The bride attended Portervllle j High School and Junior College as j well as Fresno State. She is nnw a j teacher in the local schools. She Is affiliated with the Fresno State College Alumni Association. The i sergeant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. | Peter Sehlin of Hedtop. Minn. j Among the out-of-town guests present were: R. Edwards of Richmond; Mrs. Ralph Roberts, Oakland: Mrs. R. E. Sawyer, Fresno: and j from Portervllle were: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dark, Mrs. W. L. Ross. James | Ross, Miss Ann B. Campbell, Mr. j and Mrs. Frank Duncan: Mrs. Ver-j nice Ross, Mrs. Retta Bellah. Mrs. j Estella Thomason, Harry Van Meter. | William Conley, Mrs Delia Kolar. ! Mr. and Mrs. V. X. Arnold, and Mrs. Mattle Long, all of Fellows and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen of Delano. Work on Infants' Garments Friday Work will proceed on garments for Infants under the direction of Mrs. W. A. Alexander when the British War Relief Society of America, Bakersfield and Kern County unit, meets Friday from 1 to 3 p. m. in Memorial hall. A shipment of used clothing will also be packed. Airs. Percy Cooke, general chairman, announced that information has been received by the local unit that in many respects the suffering of the robot bombing victims has been as great as during the j big alt- raids in 1940. The shortage! of clothing is great and any used j garments, clean and in good condition, are need. Anyone wishing to contribute should leave the articles at room J5 during the meeting with any member of the committee. Mrs. E. E. Burlier will he hostess at the tea hour at 4 p. m. TO CAMP ROBERTS Thirty "Minute Misses" will be convoyed to Camp Roberts this weekend to be the guests at the non-commissioned officers club. The busses will leave at 1 p. m. Saturday. Catholic Women .to Meet Wednesday Summer Reports, Year's Plans to Be Discussed Pliins fur the roniliiK year "and roundup reports of the summer months will feature I lie first fall meeting of BaUPrsHekl Deanery, National Council of Catholic AVomen on Wednesday evening, October 18, at 8 p. in., in Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church hall on East California avenue. The deanery president. .Mrs. Earl Green, will conduct the meeting Plans will be made for attendance at the annual fall diocesan conference which is scheduled for October 21) In. Merced, and an outline ot the year's work presented. Jlemhura of Catholic women's orKanix.alions from Hakersfield. Tuft, Delano, Tehachapi, WHSCO, tihal'ler, Ruttonwillow, Mr- l'"arland. Arvln, Mojave and other communities of Kern are expected to be present at the meelinK. Bakei st'leld will be represented by Jliss Louise Kichuud for St. Francis parish, Mrs. AV. J. Kogle for St. Joseph's parish and Miss Carmen of the hostess parish. BecouM Iff a ENERGY CONSUMERS MEAT CO. Twenty-fourth and Union Bakersfield Ice and Cold Storage Building PHONE 7-7422 _ SPECIALS for FRIDAY and SATURDAY Ib. 36c Corned Beef Briskets •JKADI-; It— Nil Veal Rib Chops KRADE A— No Points lb,42c Veal Roasts ..... (Blade or Arm)— CiRADE A— No Points lb,3lc Pork Steaks (Boston Butts) lb.42c Pork Sausage ...... lb.39c TYPE 2 Hamburger lb.29c <;KADE c Frankfurters ....... lb.39e TYPE 3 Round Steak lb.35c <;RAI>E B Chuck Roast lb.28c (Blade)— (i RAPE B Rump Roast Ib, 25c (Bone In)—GRADE B _L Short Ribs Ib. I9c (iliADE B—No Points Lamb Shoulder Roasts (Siiniire Cut)—tiKADE A Ib. 37c We Carry a Full Line of Lunch Meals Not only kills flios and mot- quitoos, but holps koop now onus from coming inl Slainlou. STAMftARD OP CALIPOKNIA STANDARD FLY SPRAY Protects Health KIllS EM OfAD SMITH'S FARMERS MARKET "BEST FOR LESS" THIRD AND CHESTER Friday and Saturday, October 13 and 14 APPLES Fancy Northern Ben Davis Cooking Apples SPECIALS-BOX 4 ONIONS New Crop Sweel Spanish for Cooking or Salads—SPECIAL TOMATOES Fancy, Medium Size, Red Kipe. Kefvlttip Points Are High. Why Not Put l"p Some Now? Special—LLli POTATOES Nice, Medium Size Kiwsels. An Excellent Itaking Potato. SPECIAL BLACK PEPPER Cowan's Imitation Black Pepper. Big 4-Oiince Carton—SPECIAL BUTTER Pure, Fresh Creamery in Quarters. SPECIAL—POINI) * PEAS FOOD Dietician, ot* fer DELICIOUS •nnmnn of 250 ° , nurses and home or .11 CoJd !Gi . the natural advan <»ge S of delici 0us Q" grocer's today QUAKER DAIS BUNIONS Vou'il num! how q.lcklr theu lootblnc, ciublonia«. protective pad* relieve p«in- ful .hoe praiure. Coitbut triBt. Sold everywhere Del Monte. Early Garden, Small, Tender Peas An Outstanding Value—No. 2 TINS CANNED MILK All the Popular Brands. Large Cans. SPECIAL GIFT FOR SERVICEMEN Delicious 2 Pound. Full o' Nuts, Fruit Cake in Wooden %f) Box, Ready to Ship. SPECIAL FRYERS Fresh Dressed, Young Colored Frying Chickens. SPECIAL—POUND. BEEF ROAST Chuck, Seven Bone or Rump SPECIAL—POUND RABBITS Fresh Dressed, Young Rabbits. SPECIAL—POUND CHICKENS Fancy Stewing or Fricasse Chickens SPECIAL—POUND MOONEY'S MARKETSPOT Eighteenth and Union APPLES Pippins Box . . Box S QRADK ROUND STEAK Pound ....... 38 B ORADE SIRLOIN STEAK Pound ....... 36 FRESH SIDE PORK Pound .... i WIENERS Pound ..... 35 B GRADE SHORT RIBS Pound 21 VELVEETA SPREAD CHEESE 2-lb. Brick . . . oach 79 Commercial Tchachapi Russvt POTATOES f " Sack '3.49 B GRADE CHUCK ROAST Pound 28 B ORADE RUMP ROAST Pound 25 A GRADE SHOULDER VEAL CHOPS Pound 31 PURE LARD Carton 19 PORK SAUSAGE Pound . * • -. 35 STIAKS Pound . • 35

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