The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 24, 1936 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 24, 1936
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IWlff^W^^^ •••Vy** 1 >' V ' ' " "••/*' ' ' -V >. 10 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA?*, THURSDAY, SE^TlBMBEn X J'948 Matters of Interest Reported From Communities of Western Kern County Chamber of Commerce Aids New Post Office Movement T AFT, Sept. 24.—Mfforts of the Taft City Council to pturl n movement to secure a federal post office building In Tiifl wero given tho full approval of the Taft Chambor of Commerce nt the regular rncetlm? I held Tuesday noon In the Fox hotel banquet room, wlih President Henry K. Bnrnofl pmoldlng. Sei-rc'lnry Herbert O. Arnrlt wn« Instructed to cfin- tnct nil fraternal and olvli- elubs of the district, explain the proposal und Boek their endorsementH of the proponed federal InillfllnB, nflor which \ application for ronstruetlon of the j b\illrlln(, r will be innd» to proper i govern men I authorities. Horse Show re.porlH wero Riven l>y Clarence A. Wllllnms, fieerctary- manager, who stated ovcrythlng IN in renditions for the flni'Hl. show of HH kind ever to be offered In Kern county; K. C. Knimonn, president of tho Kern County Horso Show Association and chairman of tho finance committee, who report ml funds coming In for tho big event, anil by O. A. KotnmerH, ehHlrman of tho tleket commlllco, who umiounccd that HeatH mny bo Beparately pur- ehn«od In boxim, without acquiring tlio full box for liny or all of tho threo nlghtH of the nhow, CALL NTAIt flAXKIt SAN I'MIANCIKCO. he|)t. 1M (U. 1'.) Fong Kliul tjoul, ono of lln^ liifit of Die 1'iinioiiH I'hlneRo astrologers, aftor BtiidyliiB Iho HlnrH, plelied 12:15 o'clock, Sunday, AuKUHt HI, us the inoHt, fnvornblo llmo for the Hop SlngH of Sun Franclne'i'M Chinatown to begin tli" coiiHtruetlon of n new four-story building. Church Group in FirstJ^all Meet TAFT, Sept. 24.—The Oayo Harris Guild of JLhe First Baptist Church hold Its first fall mnctlng at the homo of Mrs. Btlgmon Tuesday night. Thin wa« a business nnd program mooting. Now officers wero Installed. After tho mooting, refresh- innntii worn nerved by the liostesH. AlloiKJlng tho mooting woro Ho- /nll'1 Krolm, Anna Man Crab, Dorothy riareo. Mn.rgn.rol Krolin, Wanda Cook. Arllru! Arg«nt, Juno Mason, I Noll Turner, Lorona Kook, Con- HULIICU Hryiuit, HolKii Hoffman, Ku- liiRnno Ucrrton, Mrs. Krolin, Mrs. Orden arid the loader. Mrs. Kdg- mon. Tho next meeting will bo held at tho homo of Wnnda Cook, S29 D Hlrncl, Tafl. ALTA VISTA MARKET Phone 5800 Union Avenue and Kentucky Street LINCOLN MARKET Phone 3053 FREE DELIVERY Twentieth and L We Open From 7:30 a. m. to 9 p. m. Daily and Sunday GROCERY SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ALL WEEK PURE CANE—CLOTH BAG SUGAR 10lbs.56c HALF GALLON PUREX BLEACHER. 15c DODOB: NO. ?'i. CAN HOMINY lOc CROSS PACKED IN OLIVE OIL SARDINES . 3cans25c WHITE EAOLE II-II). PkQ. SOAP CHIPS . . . . 29c CUDAHY'S CHILE CON CARNE. 3 cans 25c ARMOUR—TALL CANS MILK . 4cans26c ADVANCE SMALL PEAS ... lie TOMATO SAUCE ... 6 cans 19c No. 21/. SAUERKRAUT 2 for 23c SUNBLE8T No. 2 can PINEAPPLE JUICE Iiy 2 c DEL MONTE—21/i CAN PEACHES . . 3for40c FORT HOWARD Water Crepe Tlnsuc 3 rolls 20c PILL8DUHY LARGE PKQ. PANCAKE FLOUR 17c TEA GARDEN SYRUP 25-01. jar 25c COFFEE Our Special Blend , , , Ib. I5c Our First Quality Blue Bag . Ib, 22c QnOUND FRESH TO BUI'T YOUR TASTE YELLOW LABEL i | b . . . MOST ECONOMICAL | b . . . 35c FINEST FLAVOR CIGARETTES All Popular Brands 2 packages 25c Carton .. $1.18 FRIDAY MEAT VALUES SATURDAY FRESH GROUND CUDAHY'ti QOLD COIN BABY BEEF . 2 Ibs. 25c SLICED BACON . . 17c CTC*|f C Baby Beef Sirloin, Ribs Ib. | U I CHIVW Shoulder . . . Ib.ISc I SAUERKRAUT 2 Ibs. 13c I WIENERS .... Ib.ISc POT ROAST Center Chuck . Ib. Cross Rib . Ib. 15c lie MILK FKD SHOULDKR VEAL ROAST Ib. 15c Swift Premium Skin Off Half only FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Saturday EGGPLANT ... each lc I YAMS" 3ibs.iOc Golden Ripe BANANAS 4 Ibs. 19c COAST FIRM NO. 1 TOMATOES . 3lbs. lOc BELLKFUiUli D __ ADDI EC Box --5'C HrrLCO 10 ibs. 19c CABBAGE . . . . Ib. 2c CAULIFLOWER . . . 9c WAS!IBU STOCKTON TAFT GUILD FIRSTffiMBLY Africa Subject of Talks' uit Meeting of World-Wide Guild at Residence fHltcalal In The Culljnrniiin) TAFT, Sept. 24,— Tho Gwendolyn chapter of the World Wldo Guild mot for tliolr first fall meeting Tuesday evening at tho homo of their advisor, Mr«. Gwendolyn Smith, A.ft»»r tho singing of a few Guild Hongs, the customary devotional fmrvliio wax lod by Helen Derdon, reading "Nenr to tho Heart of God." After a short prayer program Chairman Frieda Jackson presented an entertainment Including two talks on Africa,, by Frieda Jack- KOM and Murjorlo llatnllton, Juno Hnnklna and Trova Hansome drama- tl/.oil a skit, "Uncle Ham Goes Shopping." Marjorlo Hamilton and I talon Durdnn told of sotno of their experiences at Pacific Palisades, whoro tho Clullcl houso party was hold this Murnmor. The meeting WOH thon turned ovor to Prenldont Mnrjorlo Hamilton, who announced tho county Guild rally to bo hold In Taft on October 17 and 18. Hho itnkml tho girls to buy a Prosto-Hharn to help support tho Preston Instltuto of Jangoon, India, which tho Guild has taken ovor. Aftor tho treasurer's report was glvon dollcloiiH rofroHhmontH wero served to I'Vloda JackHun, Murjorlo Hamilton, Dorothy I lanlur, Geneva WeHtfiill, Virginia JOHNO, Trcva Sim- Homo, Juno llnnkltiH, Ilolon Dlrden, Juliana Smith, Mnxlno Cook nnd tho eonmiliirH, Mr«. Non Harder and Mrs. Gwendolyn Smith. The next meeting will bo liPld on October 13, i at tho homo of Maxlne Cook when I iho thomo will bo "Black Sky , Lino." I -- -*-»-* - ItLACK.SM.ITII QUITS G10HVAIH, Oro., Sopt. 24. (U. P.) For the, first tlmo Hlnco Oervals waa founded 70 yont-H ago, this town lumxtH no bliiekmnlth shop. William Allstip sold hlfl Hhop to a Junk man. WHY PUT UP WITH PIMPLES, WRINKLES AND A SALLOW SKIN? So mnny •women throw their charm nnd beauty nway — look ! years older than they are—because 1 they neglect common constipation. i They forget that badly balanced i mcniB, over n period of years, can change how they look and feel. Often their menus lack tho "bulk" i needed for regular habits. Thon I constipation, the beauty-killer, sets I In. Other effects may bo hcad- I nchcs, listlossness, sleeplessness. • Get "bulk" back into your racnla •with a delicious cereal: Kellogg'a ALL-BRAN. It absorbs moisture •within tho body, forms a soft mass, gently cleanses tho system. Just eat two tablcspoonfuls daily, nithcr as a cereal or in cooked dished. ALL-BRAN is guaranteed. Try it n week. If not satisfactory, your money will bo refunded by the Kellogg Company. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Surprise Shower Held Jor Couple TAFT, Sept. 24.— Mr«. Barbara Haynlott and Mrs. Dorothy Tolles wero co-hostesses at a surprise shower In honor of Mr, and Mm. Woodrow Smith, Tho guests had assembled When Mrs. Smith arrived, supposedly en route to the theater. They wero Immediately put Into a trailer and Uiken for a rlda around the community. Tho guests thon returned to tho Tolles' home, whoro tho bride and groom opened their many lovely arid useful gifts. Tho evening was spont In playing bunco, after which refreshments wero served to tho following gut-sin: Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Smith* guests of honor; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Frills, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Chrlsllan, 1vtr. and MrH. Oeopgo WlnHlow, Mr. and Mrs. Vano White, Mr. and Mrs. Or- vnl Friend, Mr. and Mrs. ~\j. II, Ho- vln, Mr. and Mrs. U. C. tirlbbln, Mrs, Helen Elland, Ml«s Kvnlyn Bnilth, Jimmy Lathan, Mss Audrey Ilovls, Miss Kuth Ingraham, Lo Hoy Jolly, Jimmy Connors, Miss Mary Carter, Hiram Fairbanks and tho hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Tlnirman Hayslott and Mr, and Mrs. Tolles. Those sending gifts but unable to atlend were: Clemot Smith, Mr. and Mrs, Lou Conley, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schneider, Mr. arid MI-H. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. S. 10. Carter. FELLOWS FEI.,r,OW8. Sept. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Caludo Downs of A\'onal aro tho proud parents of n baby boy, Gordon I<oo Downs, born at 7 p. m., September 21. Mrs. Downs was visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunlin of Fellows. The baby was born at tho Taft Community Hospital and both mother and baby are doing nicely. Visitors In Fellows from Richmond, Calif., are Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Jam In Jones and BOH Dustln. Mr. .TanoH plans to return to Richmond Tuesday evening but Mrs, Janes and tlio'don Intend to stay and visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dimtln, and her sinter, Mrs, Downs and baby Gordon Iveo. A baby girl, Carrol Jean, wns born Monday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Good of Fellows. Tho baby was born at tho Taft Community Hospital nnd both mother and baby are doing nleely. After -spending a week with their (laughter and family of Fellows'. Kir. and Mrs. A. R. Hawkins of Modesto have returned homo. Their daughter IH MrH. Carl Andernon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Forlster of Fel lows were business visitors In Coa' linen, Monday. T'unipliery Senrx. O. E. Sears' cou- Bin, IH vlHltlng tho Hears family In Follows. MARICOPA MAU1COPA, Sept. • 24.—Mr. and MTH. .1. C. Moore had as their Riiests Thui-Hdny Mr. anil MrH. A\ r . ]. Thrall of Sontli I'asudena, former reHldonts of Maricopa. Tlioy were en routo to j 1'lmno for a vacation. ! A number of Maricopa people motored to IjiiUerHl'leld .Saturday where they pnHHod the day HtKhtHoelnK and HhoppliiK- They Ineludod Mr. and MI-R. Hert Wclkul. Mfsw Mabel Davlos and HlHtor. M|MH Irene Davlew, und | their nloeo, llttlu M|SH Mnxlna Starr. i MrH. K. L>. Cook nnd Mrs. .lames Darter motored to BakorHflold on i l»\iRlneHH Saturday. | Mm. Jaek Bean iind daughter Ar- vllla panned Saturday shopping In Bakers field. C. T. Hurley motored to Bakersfield Saturday. Mrs. Mlnnlo LauRlilln returned recently from Denver, Colo., where 8ho tlie minimi r. COLLEGE > PLANS_ACIIVITY Elections, Lectures and Rally Meetings Planned During the Present Period (Special to The Oatt/orntan) TAFT, Sept. 24.—Thla week Is proving to bo nn eventful one for the Junior collegci student body with docl'lono, lectures, pep rallies and organization of the freshman class. At a combined business meeting: of the freshman and sophomore groups on Tuesday, Frank A. Bauman, superintendent, uddrccmcd the group on tho financial problems, handled by the school executives. On Tuesday an election of officers for student body offices and tho newly created freshman class government was held. Vivian Hagler was elected to the office of student body vice-president, an office which was left open by Isabel Kldley who transferred to tho Bakersfleld Junior College. The office of student body tpeosurer was loft open when Keith Williams transfrred to Fresno State College, and Fred Henry was elected to fill tho vacancy. Freshmen officers who wero elected wore! Willlam Hanawalt, president: George 1-llllan. vlce-prcsldont; James Pic- hearty, secretary-treasurer; and Gladys Kofahl, social chairman. At a Junior college assembly Catherine Roamn, manager of tho Furnace Creek Tnn In Death Valley, gave an Interesting lecture with slide Illustrations on tho scenic views of Death, Valley. Following tho lecture a pep rally was held for a sondoff to the J. C. Cougars on the pressnt football season. School pep songs were sung, under the direction of Donald Jones, with the tryouts for yell leaders being held during the pep rally. Maricopa'Scouts Begin Activities MARICOPA, Sept, 24.—Maricopa Troop No, 20 Maricopa Boy Scouts, opened their fall activities with a meeting In tho Scout headquarters Friday etenlng, with'AV. B. Devlno officiating, assisted by John Patterson. Fred Hlxon was acclaimed president Of the patrol and Billy Stone ttnd Jack Hall were welcomed as new members, with Oliver Snook as (t guest of the evening. Plans for the year's activities were Introduced and discussed and a pep talk given by Scoutmaster Irvine..' The troops planned for a wiener roast to be ti feature of Saturday evening, September 26. Others present at tho meeting were Jack Wight, Dwlght Balsdon, Gus Melo, Jack Moore, Ernest Klncald, Donald Stonemetif, Billy HixOn and Billy Farry. Tho boys Introduced a resolution asking community co-operation In repairing of tho Scout barracks, making this a comfortable meeting place. Minor repairs of tho building will bo started soon. —, *__» Venison Dinner Is Enjoyed by Guests TAFT, Sept. 24.—Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips entertained at a lovely anniversary dinner Sunday evening at their homo on Harrison street, In honor of Mr. arid Mrs. George Thompson's thirty-first wedding an' nlversary, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wot terholm's fifteenth anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips' first wedding anniversary. A venison dinner was served to tho following: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wetlerholm and children, Dennis and Gerry, of Bakersfleld, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and chll dren, Bill and Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips, Miss Aflon Clark, Deward Maize and tho host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips. Conley School Students Get Rides on Donkeys When Trainer Pays Visit ISprelal to The OaH/orntin) TAFT, Sept. 24.—Today was "burro ride day" for the children at the Conley school. In conjunction with their study on nature, Miss Bthel Brltto, principal, made arrangements for every child to havo a. chances to ride the donkeys of Raleigh Edwards during school hours. All thla week tho .children ar« .. making a study of nature on the school grounds. Instead of visiting outside places to seo the displays of nature, tho' displays are brought directly to the school, enabling the student to make a thorough study of animals, birds, rocks or trees. Among the "displays to be seen this week at the Conley school will be. the patio garden, a group of para- < kcet birds, raised on the grounds, a picture display of many kinds of birds, tho children's pets which they bring to school and tho burros. Raleigh Edwards, a colorful mountaineer typo with whiskers and dungarees, etc., Is making 11 tour of 1600 mllos, which will tako him south t<A Palm Springs and San Diego, with" his group of burros. One' burro thatf interested the most today was Miss? San Diego, a white baby trick donkey, which amused the children by ploying dead, turning summersaults and shaking hands with them. Mr. Edwards, temporarily stationed at* Taft, will Journey to Bakersfleld soon, where ho will participate in the Frontier Days celebration. SCHULER'S PALMS DRIVE-IN MARKET Cheater at California SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY Free Delivery. Tel. KJ71 SECURITY MARKET Free Delivery Phone 5400 Tap it! Drink it! Discard TapaCan Never before, such flavor, such purity and wholesome refreshment. 2 Cans 25c $2.69 Case of 24. IN OTHER CASH PRIZES SPECIAL l c SALE Softasilk Cake Flour. 25c unan mut» •• CAMAY 5 Bar C EGGS (medium). .do/,. 34c SUGAR—Sea Island Cane 10-lb. cloth bug JELL-O 3 for l(5c 1 CHOCOLATE PUDDING .Olc Total 17c llltz CRACKERS . 21c Libby TOMATO JUICE No. 1 can Campbell's PORK AND BEANS 22-oz. can.. Blue Lake STRING BEANS -lA- No. 2 can IvU SLICED BACON Ib 35c SHOULDER VEAL ROAST Ib. 25-lb. sack POTATOES 55c COAST LETTUCE. hd. 5c BEEF BOIL Ib. lOc LAMB STEW Ib. 10c BREAST OF VKAL Ib. SHOULDER BEEF ROAST .... .Ib. BUTTER—First Grade Ib. FLOUR—Globe A-l 10-lb. bag 24'/Hb. bag, $1.03 TOMATO SAUCE— Sunblest.. 7 fur 29c JELL-Olc CHOCOLATE] I PUDDING ] < 0 WHEN YOU BUY] AlKpkgs.for YELLOW LABEL ORANOE PEKOE A PEKOB 1/4 Ib 20c J/2 Ib 39c 1 Ib 76c m FOR TRUE ECONOMY OREEN LABEL PURE JAPAN / 4 Ib 17c 1/2 Ib 32o 1 Ib 62o MIRACLE pintlTc SALAD DRESSING quart 33c Heinz Ketchup, 14-oz. bottle... 16c Heinz Concentrated Tomato Puree, J 10-oz. can Heinz Spaghetti, No. 2.. ........ 12{c PINEAPPLE—Table Queen; O 21/2 can... Of or DOC FOOD— J Victory... 1 for D0(i FOOD; Tally-Ho.. Wfor CAiMPIJELL'S TOMATO ft SOUP.... Of or LIMA A -|7 BEANS... 0 Ibs. IfC Small Brown J -I A.. ONIONS..*! Ibs. IVC SWEET POTATOES YAMS.... 6 Ibs. l9C POTATOES— Burbank..9 Ibs. PEARS— J Uartlotls. .*T Ihs. Heinz Fresh Cucumber Pickles, 1 pt. Oi ft 8 oz fclw N. B. C. Snowflake, 2-lb. box N. B. C. English Style Cookies, 1 lb... QQ A OOU DELICATESSEN Kosher Style Salami Ib. Bulk Plokled PlQ's Feet 2 for Large Ripe Olives Pt, Mixed Sweet Pickles Pt. Italian Peppers I^WIne Vinegar....Pt. 20c I6c 20c 25c DEL MONTE NO. 2 TIN PINEAPPLE JUICE . . . . . 10c DEL MONTE NO. 2 TIN PEAS, Early Garden .... 13^c SECURITY'S MEATS PRIME STEER POT ROAST . . Ib. 17c FRESH GROUND BEEF .... Ib. 15c SHOULDER LAMB . ..... Ib.ZOc PURE PORK SAUSAGE .... Ib. 25c RUMP ROAST .... ..... lb.25c FRESH GROUND ROUND . . Ib. 25c PORK STEAK, lean ..... . Ib. 28c HAM, shank end . . ..... Ib. 20c GALATAS BROS. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES LOCAL EXTRA FANCY Kentucky Wonder Beans .2 Ibs. 19c Fresh Oceano Broccoli .2 Ibs. 19c Large Green Asparagus. Ib. 19c Snowball Cauliflower, large heads „... 15c Fresh Brussels Sprouts 2 Ibs. 25c Large Artichokes .3 for 25c Large Stone Tomatoes, solid 4 Ibs. 25c Telephone Pole Peas. 2 Ibs. 29c SUMMER Squash—Italian, Yellow , .2 Ibs. I9c AH Bunch Vegetables..... .3 bunches lOc Soft Shell Walnuts .Ib. 25c LARGE Lake County Bartlett Pears 4 Ibs. 25c Freestone Peaches 2 Ibs. 19c Washington Jonathan Apples.. .4 Ibs. 25c Washington Delicious Apples.. .3 Ibs. 2$c Extra Fancy BeliefJeurs.,,.:.. .8 IbS. 25c Pippin Apples ; .0 Ibs. 25c Potatoes—-Burbank No. 1......7Ibs.25o U. S. NO, 1 ' r ;, Klamath Oregon Potatoes...'.. .6 Ibs. 25c Fr«»h Flat. Avoc«do», Plne»ppl«t, P«r*i»n, C«s»ba. Hon*y Oiw M«l«ns «nd-Alt Kinds of Grapes

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