The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 6, 1933 · Page 13
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 13

Publication:
Location:
Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Friday, January 6, 1933
Page:
Page 13
Start Free Trial
Cancel

TFV. >S*'V T •• I w 1? B&¥ EZjflJI wSx^b-iSfW 1 IT '' 1 (f .i* i'. v»ar\' '-<• r r.^ll ^"'' fl&jMfe *-A£-?iiHf*8Lr fflW.'^^ •• »—( m 'T' •Si' tol iJ& K'-' fcv^ ,U f-V -*c :.-j ^ •) :i •t.j'. ;/'*•' £ ' J: i * r *^i >.-.'.' pMwf L •>* '~-ttutfi***i?*-J>?'.? -i"- LV.- : >• 1 "',* ' : .l-jb I -1 .->. £11 AHi '-'TV r'i. P-W y 1 ' LI" ; ^i II r^ ri ,B •SWA'* -~' • :}''. '- --t •*±\-* -1^,'> - I* I'l •f . i -^- ^ •«P J iK^: ^1 L:-*i:if '^ji 1 ' "> ' fi"% r H-f" "'"V » fiaA^t-tf,t5 .. _ri^- i-i';.-4 bfrf t •I ^M Sft f T; •nt ,U J -* '.i. - •.' t r % . [T •v:,- 1 ! ;-'^ t*.*.* » i A ,-.i t\ - Tr ^ -•W ' ' -,-l'i.- f' -> -- "-• -w J •- -I i >F * f i*~*i •iV*-" .: r v- 1 '-* t" i .-:ii ' ~ , - . , ' ._ , . & «Bm«r -^ * l rh J' n J-_ '-- iAi' ?# "L "il j>- >wSv rex* >u f,'.'. h^i" I J 'J >*-• \ »-, i .. f -i -.'**;* *; v *- f. - V3 1 ' t^i - .-. 1 - '" - :• j- -, .1 _ :^ i-l. y ^•^N^wVifritf* ^ r :,-^.- *i r -; *= •-Ji uft..-"liVvJ •rc •»* V ,-i .^ '^ -' -I l r ,'-'1 .JJ li.- ,.-*? -*; : W'^^- ^^TS \V'^^ •;:-'>;-*'» -v ;x Y;.;-^-I -1"! ?m %>.*•. •¥"; .^a»:-fc -,- • ^iV - IL « w 3 W*< A , .• *.'•'! *-mm it » ' ' ' ''"* i-'S L T 1 '- 1 • , . •> ,1.-J i.' :"fl' I', i ' H 1 ± . h .' . . 1 '.' I r -' ' n I • r \ -7 .. ' •3* *- -ri ^ 1 l,f ^ I 'ri' « •V ?. * b '-' - 1 ' • > ,H •^ * . '.V *«*^Kl 'fi H J * H-. .' 'r £ 4' ' ' ; i i . *- :• t- .*; t* + j '-r ';. •s* '-^""i * LU. ^ j — i* j j •> j • IT", >' -^•. Tl -^- 1 % , , ^ •» -: . • • >#* • *7*:T - f-4 • ' ^T4 ^11 u >•*•! rf V L^-n '• 1 -ftMt-T >^^ '^J *>,'» - 'i,; i^J ir -s ,-rf, *• • -L -i ' L J - - ^f . '1 -V •>i A -i .tfv.l ^ : M -x^ I --.1" >vi i -« ''I ^ ,** -*. ' ''- ^ ... J- \\ • •«. fv' 1 ?' ri > ' .- ±* - r H i 1 ; - i **< L*" •T ' 1 ! - h. • '. '. ^Xfe^i >''( J "*^» . i :>f * : fT- * ' 1>V• -. ' .».'* V^ * J, . _ .i ,> J »V o -„"**• + ^ ^. ^ ^ V* 5 'to 4 . •^ iJ .1 ^ . iV - ' t s I *-• : J ^ > ' ' N"V » P ^*^ - ' fl- .-* •' *- L - . v'V^v**-'' : i' ^^,> r^.^V. * |^ x ^ -^ - - J ^ ^' " ; I -• . i ^ ^**\+*m --M'CAi^^kM- a» h j - i - * •f '•-* .' - *( F. ^ r ,>. r.,. 1 H •_ -^ ' h V , 1 s L; V .." ^ Affaii* r ' 1. .< Honor "i 1 1': r v , >i b V 4 ^ ' f^ ^ i " f-t- f: *^K -1 /\r * ,. -, - P.. I 1 ' I * *,* j j J.--. of Wa bti's Birth Date; Post Bidden • r- '•'- -.1 - 'for a rWashlhBton'a of the i£O t¥1 iC? ; the" taster orgithtsatloh tnL nharge bMh^prbsffaiii, were started Wednos- flay".tilnrht when Hardld Brbwti 'Auxll- iiii^-.'Ko.- i4ft8,' Veterancj of Foreign .Wftrs.vmet at Moose hall; . .The team will convene Wednesday Kern County Baptist 1 Young A People's Union will hold a. rally at the Calvary Baptist Church in East Bakersfield ,thls evening 1 at 7:30 o'clock, it was announced r today: by the Reverend A. T; po'uglaasi + pastor, who Is waklnir preliminary arrangements for the gathering in oo-opera- tion with the members, 7 ^ Delaho, "Wasco, Tehachapl.. McParland, Shafter, Taft and the First Bap- tlfitVChurch as Wetl as other centers will be represented at the meeting. Miss Ooldle Whltley, president of the county^ union, Will conduct tho aes- Blon. Miss F, A. Harris, a returned missionary -worker from Old Mexico, January 11 ar«-o^lTTt *'"W«*«ntaUve of the Northern Bap- January 11, at ,» OOIOCK, at, ,•.*.- «« M «««fi A « w m K A **»-. «M A f the Moose hall, v to. complete plans. A pla, presented-' 'by team and i>ost •in4nt ' •" ./ ' .. .'-'. '-/'.'•".;" , *•''.. ' v «*0n,January 18 '.a brief; business nfeetlng will be/; held-'followed by a sofilal hour and refreshments with the float.,, T^e 'cornmlttee m charge, the sftHie' that arranged the auxiliary**, recent" 6hr)stmas party, includes Mrs. A.;Mcintosh, chairman; Mrs. W. L. Parrell, Mrd. Waller Kamlnsky, Mrs. 1 Bryan, Mrs. August Arley and Fred Mead. Extensive welfare work was report- tho auxiliary haying been unusually active this winter in meeting local as well as V. F. W. organization needs' 1 . 1 A "ll^e "membership certlfi- catelV In, the: ; ..widows and • orphans home and hospital at* Eton Rapldu was oh' display. The local unit has made its • first payment on a $100 membership. • * The unit extended a vote of thanks • to all who contributed to the sudcees . of a hope, chest project at which $100 was cleared. Mrs. Grace Brown and Mrs. Walter Kaminskt were the committee in charge of arrangements. convention, will .be'.the*.chief speaker., She is Christian American- 1 Uation chairman for southern Call- the subject of Americanization and Social Welfare. ; .; , The program for '.the .".rally beginning at 7:80 o'clock will be as follows: • Se- l^ctlons Calvary Baptist Church orchestra directed by Robert Milltgan; song and prayer by the con- led by Paul DeWltt and the Jessie Smith of Taft, respectively; a welcome address by Mlas Nolle Whtttey, president of the Calvary Baptist Church society; a response by Miss Belle Collins of the First Baptist Church; business session and roll call; special music, Miss Dorothy Bentxten; address by Miss Karris; marimba xylophone, solo, La Estrelllta by Miss Rutft tVhitleyt and the play, "The Christmas' Voice/ 1 by • I • ^b ^^m- •- _ ^ ' ^^ A ^k ^^m ^ _ L ^ K ^ ^ ^^H the The presented at the church as a feature of the Chhstmas program?'and it Is I, -i 14 Local Studfents to Compete in Designing Stato Fair Booth ; for High Sch ri t L ^ Architectural plans for Bakersfteld High .School's,exhibit booth at the next state fair will > be prepared by members of the Student Architectural Association, competing' for a prtie of |BO to be Awarded for the best set of plans, according to announcement today by Clarence Culllmore, instructor In' architecture and adviser of the organisation. A largo number of students are entering the competition. Officers of the association for 1933 b ? .n«r offefed a»aln |n respond to re- ^£ >™^ ^ r^^un, BIU quests. Following the program, a social will be enjoyed with refreshments by the adult group. ''••• TAFT CHAP! PLANS 1CEP1N , f » i PARTY OCCUPY AID i . '• + Birthday anniversaries of Mre.-L. S. iArman and Mrs. Jack 'Nelson were celebrated at yesterday's meeting. of the Ladles Aid Society of First Congregational Church. A short business nvcetlng presided over by Mrs. James Ogden, vice-president, in the absence of the president, Mrs. S. C. Long, was followed by several hours of quilting, and tho serving of refreshments by Mrs. T. TV. Ross, Mrs. Prank Rosendahl and Mrs. Frank Warthorst. Sou- TAFT, Jan. 0.—Initiation qf a candidate and discussion of plans for the visit of the worthy grand matron were the features of the regular ; meeting of Taft Chapter, No. 337, Order of the Eastern Star, held with Mrs.. Ruth LeOar presiding aa worthy , matron and Thomas Hillary as/worthy patron.' Mrs.-Prances Rose Keith-is tho new member who was, received .into the order. ' • - _ During the, initiatory -work, the men's choruH sang and; Ross McLeod, member of'the group, goffered a solo, accompanied by Mrs. McLeod; -Visitors whb. were accorded the honor of being escorted, to the dais* in the cast were.Mrs. Grace ,Jones, deputy «rand;matronvpf the.thirty-sev- entji-- district;. Mrs. Pearl Morris, worthy matrpn of the MaricopDk chap-: ter. ^'and John Jcpson, worthy patron of the. Marlcopa chapter. The Marlcopa chapter extended an Invitation: to the star-point officers of the local .chapter to attend'"star- point night" to be held, by'that chapter on January 10. . It was announced that the dinner to be given in honor of Mrs. Grace Richardson Butterfleld of San Francisco, worthy grand matron, on January 24, will be served in the Taft Masonic temple with the chapter In charge. Mrs. Ruth :i TAFT, Jan. 6.—The marriage of Miss Avis Eleanor Harnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harnes of Taft, to Charles Rend Nichols of Ventura, for- Howsman being named president; Paul Ayer, ylce-presldenf; Kenneth Mammond, secretary-treasurer, and Robert Eddy, sergeant-at-arms. At the same session* 16 new members were received Into the association, Including Wtllard Hirst, George Mfjlas, Leo Schmidt, Ralph Quails, Allison Otis, Charles Prewett, Claude Wykes, Fraslor . Westorfleld, BUI, Hackney. Charles Zentu, Al Vido, Louis Cart.v, Mtlo'Bowen, Bob Paddock and George Voll. ' r Regular members in attendance were Robert Eddy, outgoing president, Bill Howsman, North Hathaway, Ben Larsen.' Charles Shomate, George Mew, Robert Russell, and Mr. Culll- more merly of this city, was solemnized yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at tho i m«• . Tk^ ¥ *—.—¥n«a.—J Presbyterian Church, with the Rev- JJlrS. 1-16 LjOIlg. if 6160 erend F. L. Benedict reading tho marriage service.' •/ , The bride was modlshly attired In' a frock of hyacinth blue and wore a small gray hat with nose veil. Her accessories were in: harmonizing shades of gray. A bouquet of pink bride's roses completed the ensemble. Her attendant was her sister, Miss brown hat and accessories and carried a bouquet of gdTden roses. ' • The bridegroom was attended by Ralph Fyfleld. Tho church waft,decorated in masses of gladioli and 'blue larkspur and mony was witnessed only by members of the Immediate families and a few rtlmtA ft*lAHfia *'* • UiUoV llldHJo*** "O Promise Me" was played by Miss Peggy Justus, violinist, and Mrs. Hermon Pettlt, pianist, throughout the ceremony. on 73rd Birthday * f • I !•• ••^•••^ '. . * i 1 I TAFT, Jan. 6.^-Mrs. Elizabeth Do Long passed a pleasant day at her home in Ford City Tuesday, where she was at home from 2 to 18 o'clock r to her many-friends who ca'me to congratulate • her on her seventy-third birthday anniversary. Many lovely presents were received, as well as lovely flowers.. Mrs. Do Long today expressed appreciation to her friends. Mrs. Do. Long served cake, coffee and orange ambrosia to tho following callers: Mesdames J. D. Scale, Joslo ona Lenntnger, Herbert 'Walt man, Barbara Brodle, Dona 'Gamier. .Effie Carter, Carl Llchtwerk, Ben, Thomas, Dodte Lance, Mary ; Lance, Gertrude Fredrlckson, Mary'' Priest, J t G. Schultz, Mllly Hoberson and Messrs. bride has lived in Taft, for the ?«? ™ o ™«-^^^ ctuets were presented the honorees by and Mrs. Llla Relyea will receive reservations for the Taft chapter. The next meeting will be enlivened Mlas Alary Buss. Nomination and election will take place during a 2 o'clock session at by an old-fashioned party to follow thd business session, with Mrs. Eunice Skeen In charge and Mrs. Gladys Cooper heading the refreshment committee. Following the. meeting all adjourned the church preceding an afternoon meeting at the A. S. Goode ranch on the Kern Island road . two .weeks hence. Other Incumbent officers ber sides Mrs;.-Long and. Mrs. Qgden include Mrs. Hugh Morton, secretary,, to the banquet room, where refresh- • * I __ K ^K ^m ^»4* • i • arid" Mrs.' Jack Nelson, treasurer: An all-day meeting !s set for next week, to continue the quilting project. ments were served by Mrs. Hattlc ten years and is one of the most popular members of the younger social set. Graduating from the Taft Union High Schoool, she attended Junior* col- lego for a 'year. She was active In dramatics while in school and a lender In social activities. She is a member of Gamma Kappa Phi sorority, Mr. Nichols .is a son of Charles Nichols of Boston and attended the Navnl Academy at Annapolis. He t ls well known In.Taft;. where he,lived for a number of years * before going to ard Lee Priest, Robert Williams, Jr., Jackie Williams and the co-hostess, Mrs. Catherine Williams, and several others. ^.*..~ ~w.« »~.— -„ , _. „ . . . . . ,. Brodlno, assisted by Mesdames Nellie Ventura, where he is^employed by the ^——^ i - * • 1 " IRON-YIELDING FOODS All of the talk about needing, iron In our blood and our souls isn't just so much chatter. Systems require a certain amount of it, and wh&n it -\a missing, they grow flabby and weak. The Bramham/Zoe Cole, Inez Flagg, Madeline Barnes, Ada Beecher, Angle Davis. Hnzel Eddy, Dorothy Arndt and Elizabeth d'Heur. Honolulu Oil Company. Following a short honeymoon at Santa Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Nichols will leave for Ventura, where they will make their home. .PAST MATRONS MEETING The next meeting of the Past Ma- Bureau of Home Economics has made I trons Association, Order of the Easta list of some of the.foods which give era Star, will be held January 14. the best results so far as iron Is con- Mn cerned. - Desserts which use raisins; I organization, apricots, prunes/ efcga and molasses will supply the Iron deficiency without anyone knowing that'it te happening. Blackberries, blueberries and raspberries quietly do the, same thing. Greens, peas, beans, lean meat, and whole grain cereals, all contain a good share of iron. INTENTIONS TO WED Raymond L. Fair, 20, and Gladys,A. Caldwell, 19, of Fellows. 1326 Nineteenth Street 2Sc LISTE Teeth Paste . WEDDED IN SOUTH '.TAFT, Jan. 6.—In tho t presence of families of both contracting Mrs. W. W. Kelly is president of the | Miss Alyce Esther Waldron, of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Waldron of Los. Angeles, and Carl William Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Young, 2242 Olive avenue. Long Beach, were united in marriage Christmas morning at 9 o'clock at Los Angeles. The bride was attended by Miss Louise Wood of Los Angeles and Raymond' Cheesebrough of Long Beach was the best man. The bride and bridegroom are both graduates of Polytechnic High School In Long Beach. Mr. Young and Mr. Cheesebrough formerly resided In Marlcopa, graduating from tho grammar school in that city. A wedding dinner was served in tho afternoon at, the home of the bridegroom's parents. Those attending in addition to the bridal couple were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Waldron and their sons, Tommy and Bobbie, of Los Angeles, .Mr. and -Mra. Dick Garrett of Marlcopa, Mrs. Stella Cole and C. R. Engle of Inglewoqd, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brockman, Walter Hartley, Miss Louise Wood, Raymond Cheesebrough and Mr. and Mra* William C. Young, all of Long Beach. „ , . . . . . T Auston Beauty School * * " >** . - - » ' t $ ~^^^^ . - • ^ j Attention Prospective Students There Is still time to enroll before the new nine months' law goes Into effect. See us about special offer to new students. * r Per man en ts Imperial Oil. $1.25 Oil of Tulip, $1.50, $2.50 All Spiral .. $3.00 > • These Include Shampoo, Finger Wave and Hair Cut Special on Paragon Hair* Dyeing $2.50 Hot Oil Shampoo' and Finger Wave.. Phone 1732 GLO Faee Pewn>r Finger Waves Wet...l5c Dry. ..25c • b FREE Hair Cuts and Marcels Daily 1513 Eighteenth Street Phone 1871 VI*0V, I«V I * Mineral sst •5o Full QUALITY MILK OF I 35c PA IVE . Cream SOo 25e SI Warn Thai ^^ -^•—1-^^^^^^B-^^^^^^^^^^B^-^ I • »^^^^^^^B—^ —I—^^^^^^^v^^r-l—I-^H ^ Bakersfield Market 1618 Nineteenth Street •M^^V^MBMMMV^MWMMMMMM^H^MMP^^^^BBB GROCERY SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND ALL NEXT WEEK re a done nge ^^» T I honeet m mediate * ' - ^^^^^ goodneen cou rup. One .. • -.' . ' Udly refunded 50c SIZE Feenamint f^BUMtMBlBHBMBVaVMM^B^BM f 40c VASELINE ' Hair Tonic not, your money Try Creosote' Cough Syrup eoc .,.27c COO RORHAN'S Teeth Paste... 37c •Oc SIZE Fasteeth h L 1 PINT PURE NORWEGIAN God Liver Oil.. 49e 50c PACKER'S n n Z9C $1.00 GUARANTEED HOT Water BitH.... 49o Menlholalum 50c VICK8 Nose Drops. VBVB^BI 35o Modess. \ ^B^S^B^B^SHSl PADRES Wine Tonic |MBMMM^M 35c VICK8 VapoRub •t^B^B^BHBB^B^BH^^l^^^^^^^H L * rl 15.00'OENUINE CURRIER'S M» J* B. Coffee r .*e Ib. q M. J. B. Coffee 3 Our Choice Beana No. 2 tfnn • Our Choice Corn No. 2 tine..... Our Choice To{ matoea; No. 2 Cry ata I White Soap; giant barn t » t * Trupak Corn; No. 2 tln»... Palace Peae; No. 2 tin ' ^ Palace Sardlnee; ovat tins...... \ Palace Hominy; No. 2/2 tin ..... * for - T L Campbell's Pork and Beane. .. Matches boxen Doris Jams; a 2-lb. 6*oz. jar tall oann Save 36 Couponn for Oven Bake Djnh \ White Eagle Soap Chlpn 5-lb. box White Eagle \ Soap Heinz bars Ketchup.. 14-ot. bottle MEATS 60o REVELATION ^ ^™ I r ^^ ~ ^^ ^_L. " ~ ™ ^^ * ™ *' Tooth Powder. 28e #-- ' - : TT r, - • • . . ^ .. Puritan Hams, half or j wnoloit**•*•*«*• ID* 'l •*' >: '"i ^' * ' Swlft't premium Ham; 'half or whole,.,... Ib. ' f 1 - .-V auffer , n , r - mi r • i -p.'j r, 1^'. ^^ • ^^^^ money*back noaa and * V rantee idigestlo heartburn . I Torpatone Prime i x r r? *f. «.,.*• tt * f -t : > )' t i«> 11 * • t * • t ID* * * ^ I - J . r White Ribbon Shorten• Ing......... .i-lb, pkfle. Baby Beef Round • + »««•«• IPf ..«. Sliced Bacon/ in half-pound cellophane v 'package!.......;....,. *#».•* t'/' I : -t" IN: .i t'V .!•* T "f -- *m ~ r ^**i * ^i 1 .^ >?•- v n " r,:-.fe='- FULL UINE OF BAKERY GOODS, FRUITS AND VECiETABUES — _ " n • L f ' W f y 3 '- - - J i i ••;£ t- - v,,-j' - i 3 ^- 1 I L' --, I*-'.' '"- - < .-, i - *-- - -* - s^ I ~ • " ^~ 1 — 11. t &.* --'t -•. . ""-,' I' ':i - • r-Ttf" J - - :*ti, .b v j m --• '-*• *t- '- r -I-' V <^7 >•- &*• L" - -I' Lf t t •V---, ,-- I''/ «. v - i w i -:' -. L n- •.- fr ' .- ' t - - . h .i I ft 'I- A T •• _ j - -r •'. * T h - - J ' : ' -i * - •> • - i. i -* ' i • : *• nf . r -T L- \ .if- *!-' - -i .1 * i-r- -* •v I ;*1 r -. «^ - L.x -. i • -I ' - > 1- . .T ^.: i 1 -i ./* •:- I f. ^_ "i 4^ -* ' v.^" . C - . ^ v:.-t,: i r *.•* * 1 . n v. !•,'.'.< ( .' i:' '£&•• 'L" * - L I--. i. •-•*- -'• - r-- i i: - !.. * I-* •-> ^-W P?.W; ,-.-----, V H ,' * f - i * ._ 1 i f. ---<•: .£ !-J ^ - •n' V .1 v tf-&5 v-o •. t^ ' . ' - L - I t '. t ' - -r • - - ' t.'A * r**t *S»A .H' «*jl '5 i |J - r * S'i-* n v ^V v^ v - * '-, -l-f> . ~f " n •• 'it -*,V. j p i i- * F ^_ ! :i r -.M ~ f J '.1' ' V I ^•:' if* ,./•- .'-L ' i - r:,- 1 V .'.I - -M. I 1^ * ~. * V-' ' •^r^i V T-7LJV VI," ' , . ' '- .r r I i- - f • f^'-l b 1 . F :j i- • i . 1 * *' *: COFFEE -* -, j' M r-ii 4 - Sells Less Street j- b , -$ Eat v-^.v-i f Flour POUND TIN There Is Only One BISQUICK Accept ' h L )• T - . . ' .^^ .-. ,1 i • -• twi —». P.. ' A: Substitute • * ^ > 4 n -• Large i 'i ffz Eat Mora Wheat SAC * • * * — i I " • V » H • 1 Gold Medal Sof tasilk K«rn« SUM' CORN •w/Paok t L Pound Package -/ ** tit** •-•'ffa monttratlon ata over Beaut) proof , with purohaae Coupone Redeemed mtmm ^f^ mmmmmma ^^ m S A >V Mtllow'd Coffee, eek «•*••-•*•** * * *»* SAW Large Hominy, No. 2 iquat tin ;: S A W Extra Large.Rlpe. |^j* OllVtt. tall tin.. • liv SAW Shrimp* mtdtum ittT •1st. picnic tin., • A7 SAW Broiled Large Sardinia. Mustard,. Natural, Tomato. Oval.... SAW Extra Fancy Large Prunes. 2-lb. box......... SAW Fruit Cocktail, U ll 4l*l ' • I %in*»»«»•••»*••••*•«•«« * A..^,Tomatoea r .Solid Pack* No. 2!/ a tin........ S A W Telephone Peaa, No. 2 tin. SAW Sauerkraut, W Finest 'Red* Salmon,' 8 A W Tuna * Light MeatV* 3!/9 oz., 12</f»o; 7 oi.....T>.. SAW- Mlncvd Razor Clam§, No. y fi a tin SAW Dainty Pearl Corn, White Whole Kernel, No. 2 tin... SAW Salad Vegetables, tall tin S A W Tomato Juice, Nice Hot or Cold, picnic tin.... SAW Spinach, ptonlo tin, 9c; No. 2 tin, l2'/ 2 c; IE* No. 21/9 tin IvM S A W Stuffed Olives, 7 fluid oz. jar SAW Orang* Marmalade. Scotch Style, 3 |b». 45o Ib. SAW Aaaorttd Pure O Preserves. Ib. Jar • SAW Raisins, Steded or HI* Seedtesa. 15-oz. pkg.. wgw Quartered Carton... SAW Sauerkraut Juice, No* 2 tm»«*«*»• * • * *»• * * * < SAW Pimentos or Green Chilli No. >AI tin SAW Walnuts, Mixed or j^ Almonds.. ...Ib. • • Log-Cabin Syrup, imall, 20oi medium, 39o......large Cloverbloom Butttr, quartered, Ib. Clarion Sugar Corn, NO* 2 it in ««.<».tkt.t. *t*..«'. Loveland Sweet Peas, No. 2 tin Dixie Queen Stringiest Scant* No. 2 tin .,«**, Blthop't Sierra Chocolate, £ 3*lbt tin* Wo, ,, *. *.Ib. • Our Choice Tomatoes, ' No. 2'/? tin.... ; ^^^^^•^•^ -^ Large 1,1 $-.'-V*B , -m •:";^ -* -'•\ s White Eagle Laundry White 'EligVe* Soip Chlp»7 5-Ib* box * *«* * * t * • * * * *• . Malwood Oregon Pumpkins, ftl* No. 2'/ 9 tin VaW Campbell's or,Helm AtiorUd Soup ......tin Kokoheart Margarine, pound carton*.»•.* «» Powdered or Brown Sugar, - pound pkg* • • *.*«*•**«« Strongheart Dog Fooo ...,..,,.....*•*«** »*in Tea Garden Syrup, quart, 32oi pint IUQ........ Sperry Wheat Hearts, 1 Ib.. 4 01., regular size.... Heinz Tomato Catsup, large bottle...... ^-"* OFFEE SHOP and COFFEE SHOLAR "SETS THE PACE With Low Prices-^Quality Merchandise—Honest Advertising—No Limits. Prices Effective All Week PRI., SAT., MON., TUBS., WED., THURS. ' ^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^" Sea Itland Pure Cane Sugar, cloth I bag lv Ibs. Flour, Attorted Brandt, to-called 10~lbt Qulf't Best Shrimp, I picnic tin • . Happy Isles B. S. Pint- lAli* apple. No. 21/7 tin ••rf* M. J. B. Coffee, */ 2 Ib. Riot OO* Free With Each Pound.... «** Ben Hur or Schilling Drip Coffee Ib. Chase A Sanborn * 411* Dated Coffee Ib. »•* Export Pink Salmon, tall tin , Armour't Corned Beef, I 12-oz. tin • Van Camp's Pork and Beans, medium tin Scott or Fort Howard Toilet Tissue roll ... Wartayv Covt Oysters, picnic tin < Htlnz Cldtr Vinegar, 14 oz*, Oc Quart Lighthouse Cltanter* Armour's Sliced Beef, 21/a-oz. glass Tru-Jel Assorted Gelatin Dessert pkg. Heinz or Del Monte Tomato Juice tin Welcome Ripe Olives, . I medium size, tall tin » Armour's Peanut Butter, I 2-lb. Jar, 25c ; Ib. • Purtfx, large 32-oz. I bottle • Rose Carnival Marshmallows, I pound box I Quaker Oats, Quick or Regular, large I 3-lb. 7-01. pkg I Cocoa Almon Cocoa- Lemoif sslon Bel Chand Toilet Cake Soap* ^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^" TREETEA Poppy Popcorn. • ' 10*oi. tin Nnmco Baby Clams, ptonlo -tin '*...•••••••* Century Sugar Peat, . No. 2 tin...**......* i La Stvillana Green Olives, ; quart jar .\........., : . Armour's Assorted Pure Preserves, 2-lb. 6*oz. jar... Franco-American- .. . ! Spaghetti. *. .tin Maxwtll Houtt Cofftt,• • Vlta-Fresh, pound tin...... Dtl Monte Red Salmon, tall tin Dtl Monte Tomato, • Sauct................*..'. ™in Dtl Monte Tomatoes, solid pack.,tall 10c, No. 2'A tin,. DM Montt Spinach, No. 2 ( tin, 12i/ic; No. 2V? tin.'..... Dtl Monte Prunes, medium tlzt. 2-lb. box ' Dtl Montt Asparagus Tlpt, I small size, olcnlc tin • Del Monte Tiny Ktrntt Corn. No. 2 tin..... ' Del Monte Florida Grapefruit. No. 2 tin Del Monte Bartlttt Ptart, 111 A No. 2'/» tin • •¥* Del Monte Betts, medium I wholes. No. 2 tin..... • Del Monte Catsup, large bottle..... Coast Club Alt or I Rlckty ......bottle • Semolina Macaroni-Spaghetti . Salad. 6-lb. box Old Mill Corn Meal, • I 10 Ibs.. 2«c 9 lb» • Foodttown Riot Pops, 9c; Wheat Popt Scotch Granulattd Soap, , IK* H large 2l4-lb*pkg>...v....... tww - x' OKANOI AND White I 1 Pkg JAPAN (Orttn) Pkjf Pkg Pkg GR1EN BLACK j Brown We Use Baby Beef Exclusively Prices for Friday and Saturday "r * Lard GENUINE BABY'BEEF \* * 4 Pot Roast, Best uck i ancy Steak, Sirloin Porterhouse. .Ib. ptclal Sliced Bacon Fancy Eattern, I •» * « * i - Baby Beef Ground Round Steak, Ground Fresh Every . 99* Hour '...... Ib. *W Frying Chlckeni, Fancy Rhode (•land Reds, Fresh Dressed Sholar Style. Ib. Sholar't Pure Pork Choice Pork Corrtctly Seasoned Ib. Sliced Armour't Star Ham, Choice Ctnttr Slices, Fry I no Thickness,...'. .each Fresh Pork Picnic Hams, for Roasting or Boiling, 3 to 5-lb. Average Ib. Baby Beef Hamburger, Fresh Ground Every Hour.....lb. Cudahy's Rex Bacon, Medium Weight, Lean, Delicious Flavor Mb. • i . Baby Beef Short. Ribs, Lean and Meaty........Ib. EOS. Sma YOUNG GRAIN t Lean. FED PORK OAST enter SPRING LAMB PRIME Fancy Fat Young Hans, Fine for Fricassee, Fresh Dressed, Sholar Style Ib. Pork Steak, Lean Shoulder Cuts Ib. Siloed Armour's Star Ham, Large, Thick Broiling Slices each Large Frying Rabbits, Fresh Killed each Freth Lea of Pork Steaks, Lean, Chotot Ctnttr Cuts Ib. Fresh Betf Tongue, trimmed, Nice for Boiling Ib. Morrell's Pride Sliced Bacon, a Fancy Iowa Bacon in |9 i/p-lb. cellophane pkgs.... • " Puritan Little Pig Sausage, None Better Ib. Hams verags FANC MILK FED VEAL Pork P. BELLAS—Post Office and Security Market Vegetable Departments FRESH GREEN PEAS FRESH GREEN BROCCOLI,./.* BRUSSELS SPROUTS SNOWBALL CAULIFLOWER, LARGE MEADS LARGE ARTICHOKES..,. ibs. Ibe. Iba. doz. ALL BUNCH VEGETABLES EDISON ORANGES, FOR JUICE LARGE ARIZONA GRAPEFRUIT^ LARGE SIZE EDISON GRAPEFRUIT.. U. S, No. 1 KLAMATH FALLS POTATOES 25-lb. cloth bag EXTRA FANCY NEWTOWN PIPPIN APPLES...by the box Or 7 Iba. for 25c FRESH BULK ' DATES LARGE RIPE AVOCADOS..... SI.IO Ibs. WE CARRY ONLY FIRST CLASS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES egeta ester Avenue—in Bakerstteld ware ree Pho Largest Poultry House In Bakersfield SATURDAY'S SPECIALS ^^^•^^^^^^^•^^•^^^K Hens Large, Fancy nget * • • * * Extra Fancy box Potatoes amath ••o rapefru doi rl*ona V • ,— " — q Slzf . ", ' H ,' *:• Swee ens * * * • * * * Peas mperla ••PB^^ Brussels prouts •BSBBSiaaM rtlcho Fryers Corn-Fed Turkeys Young Roosters, 4 average • • 9 t P H ON t. 1O6 I h .• M Si •I' * * ,* • I • ^^^ v ^*^^^^^ m ^ m ^^^^^^^ r ^f^^^~^^*^^f,^ r ^^ r ^ r ^f r f^^^^ m ^f^~^^ - f T ^ _ m f t L Franklin Glass Go. W* Rt'pltcc Window, Skyllpht '. and Auto Glass* , Showcases Repaired GET OUR PRICES 1404 Eighteenth Street Phone 844 HOARDED >v .;;.^- ;i ,tf< * i A ,> - *^.'-i. •M-r l^ M J 1 -_ i "1. .I 1 -^^:-. - - - •' •. \ • r. > . - ' -+f' •r r :.^ C T/U£ -*. *-- "-^f'3i - ••:' i'-f-i ..*--' ''.&& ~j: ' \-^i i ':t*JM« -**--*-, J5w i, i ^ P'l i-n ^ s .*** i •.' rt- 1 * -:--> ^ UVI .,-.- - J— . v-r;' #• £: t." «t. -;<i ft • -"•-".) .^! * - t ,v \-*~ .h .T* t ~ ' r -•-<, • -.' .•* t •» rt' .-•'*. v," - 'J\f -f'"il .' I i!-. .V .5 C•• r 'f ' ., "1 .-\ - - -',-', I- *'! '-, I ; r***J 'I '- ' -*.\ ^ { - ^ —- —— -^\' -, w ytur UMliM MriM Corner Nineteenth • ^ " ^ " T ^ Tl • IIMflll i '-j j -i Vi'fr# iS^*'- *v*r 'It"! I Out* I i n 1 _ i .V ' - ^i V L - h L L 1-L . II ,',, A *.' . -, : .1 . \- -•• • *- T I ' - -1 •J I

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free