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THE BAIiERSF'lELD .CALIFORNIAN,>BIDAY, 4MJARY 18, 1933 ' BRIDGE FOLLOWS CLUB ORIEN BLACK CMP FIRE 10 HOLD MB JP NG Kern County Council Will Elect Officers ot Dinner Session •». •. 'Kern County Council of Camp Fire will hold Its regular annual meeting and dinner" next Wednesday evening, January 18, In Oulld Hall ot the St. PtfUl's Rnlscopal Church. Mrs. W, C."* Jlarmnn, county executive, haa charge of the genera) arrangements, and oil reservations should bo made through her, It was announced today. An Interesting program has been planned, with election of officers taking place during, the business session. Mrs. C., I* Campbell, council president, will preside. Miss Bldora DeMots, field secretary for Camp Fire from New York and former Camp Vlre OIlrlH guardian In Bakersfield, will greet her Camp Fire friends here on January 23 or U, Arrangements for her visit liavo not been completed as yet. Lady Bug Is Ready for First Dip; Pupils of J. W. Tinkle Make Boat L ADY'BUQ Is finished. Rvery bey In the manual tralnlno class at Lincoln school knows the Ocean at Santa Barbara will swell with pride when It receives her the first of March. , • And why not, for Lady Bug, streamlined and green and white, Is not only the trimmest runabout boat one might Imagine, but she hat the distinction of being the only craft made by 62 pairs of schoolboy hands. . V ' ' When one hear* that J. W, Tinkle's class has made a beat, he Instantly conjures forth In the mind a raft or canoe. Not a sea monster par excellence, with 14-horsepower outboard motor. Net a clipper 16 feet 3 Inches In length, <S Inches In width and 32 Inches In depth. But such,, nevertheless, Is Lady Bug, Prom oak decking to'the bottom of Its two layers of lumber, the beat Is sturdy. Hard pine and redwood, canvas and glue, diagonal lumber, brass .railing, varnish and paint—all have been assembled In theX- proper place by the manual .training pupils, each working two days on his part of the project, . • The boat ,was made to full seals pn plywood before the actual material to be used was cut, Santa Barbara will have an Increase In t youthful population this summer If the shipwrights carry out their pressnt vacation plans. ACTIYITI1 P T A 11 0 11 0 iliO M RS. U. K. DICKSON touched the lilgh spots of three of the newer books on child psychology, "Challenge of Childhood" (Ira Wile), Education of Children" (Alfred Adler)' and "Newer Way With Children" (M. V. O'Shca) at the last meeting of William Penn P. T. A. The ochool orchestra directed by 'Miss . Nadlne ' Esroy played three numbers, "America" (In which Bobby Lane played a. saxophone Holo), "Jolly Clown" and "The Song of the Clock." Harold Wheatlcy, talented young musician, played two numbers, "Palling Leaves," and a waltz. Miss Na- dlne Esrey's room won an attendance prize for December. The rooin was decorated with posters In Japanese design on gold background, the work done by school children under the direction of Miss Lillian Sturz. T(» waa voted to give a silver offering enoli month, each member pledging what she could afford, to carry on philanthropy work now needed. A* uncial hour followed, with mothers of third grade pupils ns hostesses and Mrs. L. N. Rlley as chairman. Mrs. Clifford Saint, vice-president, Conducted the last meeting of Fremont P. T. A., held In the kindergarten room, at the school recently, nnd assumed the office of president for the remainder of the year upon the resignation of the president, duo to 111 health. Mrs. Kred Neergaard made a report on safety and Mrs. Phil Plfer, on thrift. Pupils of grade five sang n. group of HongH from their dally music les- noiiB. The Boys' Olee Club added a humorous selection. The voice speaking choir presented the poem -"Seven Times One Are Seven." Guest entertainers wcro present from Williams school. The sixth grade orchestra under the direction of Miss Gall 1 Purbln presented two selections. and two of the boys, a clarinet duet. The program was Arranged by Miss Myrtle Seaborn, chairman of the program committee. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Dowel] and Mrs. All- iinzl at the social,fiour. TA.VT, Jan. IS.-T-The West Side' council of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers held Its regular January N meeting Wednesday morning In tho teachers' rest room of the high school. The new gavel presented the council by the high school P. T. A. and made In the woodshop of the school was on display. Mrs. Harness, character training chairman, paye tho spiritual thought for the day and Mrs. B. B. Bond led In the flag salute. • Ellis Snyder, president of the high school student bod» gave an Interesting and Informative discussion of student body government and the honor system as used In tho high echool. Miss Lillian Brlnkman, home demonstrator of the county farm bureau, spoke on thrift In the home, especially as related to child development. Reverend Hermon F. Pettlt of the Presbyterian Church npoke on spiritual thrift and the necessity of definite religious Instruction and moral leadership. Mrs. Harnes and Mrs. Walter Campbell spoke of the. problem of young boys drifting about the country due to economic conditions and the attempt of LOR Angeles coun- to .to help the situation. Mrs. Olga Leach, visiting teacher for the Taft schools, spoke on the subject of "How Can Respect for Law be Taught at Home and How Far Should Homes Be Governed by State Laws." John Dale of the state department of adult education, will bo In Taft January 25, 26 and 27. He will hold general sessions In parental education oil day January 2C and 27, probably in the Little Theater at the high school. The council Founders' day program NOW! EASE A SORE THROAT INSTANTLY Feel Rawness, Irritation, Go At Once 77iwa> Picture* TeH You What To Do Crush and Disbolye ^ Bayer Aspirin Tablets in Ifatf a Glass of Water. GARGLE Thoroughly — Throw Your Head Wan Back, Allowing a Little to Trickle Down Your Throat. Repeat Gargle and Do Not Rinse Hfouth, Allow Gargle to Remain on Membranes of the Throat for 'Prolonged Effect. will bo hold In February, the date to be announced later. The West Side Council has a paid-up membership of 713 this year. TAFT, Jan. 13. — Tho Taft Heights Mother*' Circle Is sponsoring a theater party Monday and Tuesday evenings, January 16 and 17, at the Hippodrome theater. The picture Is "Strange Interlude." * Tickets must be obtained not later than Monday afternoon from any member of the Mothers' Circle, or Shaney's drug store, at the usual price. It Is hoped that all P. T. A. leaders will be 'active in obtaining- tickets in the above manner. A number of enjoyable entertainment numbers by the pupils were features of the well-attended January meeting of Panama P. T. A. recently. These Included singing of two-purt songs by upper grade pupils, a shoemaker's dance by the primary room, a piano solo by Betty Loudon, and a recitation by Anna Rostetter. Callte van Horn read the New Years resolutions of the upper grade pupils. Beautifully colored slides of Alaskan scenes were shown and discussed by a small group of sixth and seventh grade pupils. Reports of the philanthropy committee on Christmas activities of the organization were received, nnd further plans made to help needy families. Plans were presented for an Impressive "Founder's day" program, with all past presidents participating, to bo held on February 7. At that time, the music chairman will arrange special musical numbers, and the affair will take the form of a homecoming for former residents of Panama. A profitable discussion of "Thrift In the Home" was led by Mrs. Amy i Selbert, president, and many valuable suggestions were made by various members. A social hour followed, with refreshments served by the day's hostess 'Mrs. H. 13. Ashe. The "Mystery Puck- age" which Is a feature of every meeting, was won by Mrs. Barbara. ISwert. Regular meeting of the Standard P. T. A. was held Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. E. D. Coats presiding. After a brief business session, the meeting; was turned over to tho program chairman, Mrs. C. B. Anderson. A patriotic thought was presented by R. Keetch, and a spiritual 'thought by Mrs. Fred WInthers. . Elwyn Coats contributed a violin solo, "That little Mother of Mine," accompanied by his sister, Miss Gwendolyn' Coats. Tho talk made on "Character Building of the Child" by Claude Johnson Was appreciated by the organization. It was voted that a suppur be given by tho P. T. A. for a benefit fund. This supper will be given some time In February. Remember Only Medicine Helps A Sore Throat 'Modern medical science now throws an entirely new light on sore throat. A way that eases, the pain, rawness and irritation in as little as two or three minutes. Results are among the most extraordinary in medical science. On doctors' advice, millions are following this way . . . discarding old- time T 'washes" and "antiseptics." For it has been found that only medicine can help a sore throat. ' Simple To Do. All you do u crush and dissolve ihree BAYER Aspirin Tablets in half a glass of water. Gargle with it twice—as pictured above. If you have any indication/ of a cold — before gargling take 2 Bayer Aspirin Tablets with a full glass of water. This is to combat any signs of cold that have gone into your system. Keep on taking if cold has a "hold." For Genuine Bayer Aspirin will not harm you. Your doctor will tell you, it does not depress the heart. Get a box of 12 or a bottle of 100 at any drugstore, Reducea Infection, Eases Pain Instantly. Gargling with Bayer Aspirin will do three things: Relieve soreness at once. Allay inflammation. AND— reduce infection; which is the important thing in fighting a sore throat. It requires medicine—like BAYER ASPIRIN—to do these things! That is why throat specialists throughout America are prescribing this BAYER gargle in place of olo-timc ways. Results are quick and amazing. Be careful, however, that you get real BAYER Aspirin Tablets for this purpose. For they dissolve completely enough to gurgle without leaving irritating particles. Watch this when you buy. Thirty-si* members attended the Longfellow p. T. A. 'Wednesday afternoon on their trip to the "Peacock Perfected Dairies." A. S. Goodo led the caravan of cars-that left the school and conducted tho educational lecture at the farm. The short business meeting was presided over by President Mrs. t,. E. Fllnn. Mrs. Ward Wright, Jr., reported on the card party held In November, and thanked everyone who assisted. Miss Ann Woiser rend I.. E. Chenoweth's message to the P. T. A. for the new year. Mrs. Warren Webster, membership chairman, reported GO members. j Mrs. X. H. Knrnham, principal, rt>- | ported on the number of families ald- | cd at ThifiiksgivlnB and Christmas j tlma with baskets of food. "Dad's Night." held recently, was 1 reporteti us being most successful. Peacock Dairies furnished the rc- j freshmcnts that were served at the t close of the business meeting. Mesdames P. S, Wheeler, Leslie Haupt and Wayne Peacock acted as hostesses. TAFT, Jan. 18.—The first meeting of, La Rstrella Club for 1(188 was held Wednesday afternoon .with a large crowd attending. An enjoynblo potluck luncheon was nerved tinder the auspices of tho hosteBseH, Mesdames t.,. ,1B. Stevens, Maybello Plnugher, Frank Rose and Henry Barnes. Following the luncheon, tho meeting was called by the new president, Mrs. John d. Howes, and plans for'the new year were discussed. A fflft was presented to the retiring "president, Mrs. Albert Wtnget, and was accepted with an appropriate speech. Two new members were added 'to tho large membership 'of tho club, MesdamcH Isabel Tollo nnd Jennie E. Trow, nnd tlio president spoke of her pleasure In this addition to the club. After tho business' -meeting, the hostesses entertained with bridge, high prize going to Mrs. Antoinette-Dabney, second prize to Mrs. Grace Richardson and draw prize to Mrs. Eldora Botsford. Those attending were Mosdames M. A. Brodlne, Zella Strom, Dona (*!ar- nlcr, S. 13. Houston, C. A. Vought, O. P. McKInnle, • L. T. Peahl, Estelle Sn'odgrass, Forrest Ebert, '8. E. Pock, Inez T. Flagg, JSdlth Bush, Anna n, Rathbone, O. T. Jones, W. 1<\ Brown, Mary C. Garner, Margaret Crossan, Jack Bean, Ida Rowocllffe, Beatrice Hillary, Mary Campbell, Gladys Cooper, Bessie Jtolnker, Zell Whltenack, Helen Ogg, Susan Fern, Helen .Schasteen, Nonlo Beatty, Florence Nielsen, Isabel Tolle, Kthel . Dewar. Malic! Jesse, Anna Folk, Beryl Klnney, Veda Watson, Milton G. Ross, Louise C. Patterson, Helen G. Siio.hr... B. Kln- toul, E. J. Heward, Anna Grubbs, Kenneth LoGur, Charles A. Trow, Eldora Botsford, J. V. Stuck, K. M. Delaney, J. R.'Dabney (Bakersfield), Antoinette Dabney, A. M. Kldd, Albert Wlnget, E. H. Grant, L. F. Richardson, John G. Howes, W. F. Blackburn, W. H. Daniels and C. E. Trammel. ARCH BECKES HEADS WASCO. Jan. 13.—Arch Bockea. recently elected president of. the Wasco Exchange club, presided at the first meeting yesterday at Welt's hotel. Other officers elected to serve with Mr. Beckes nre John Vrbn, vice-president and N. P. Cormach, secretary- treasurer. Mr. Beckes announced the chairmen of the various committees to Include Judge W. CJ. Ulery, membership; W. H. J«hant, entertainment; fiddle Welt, sergeant-nt-nrms, nnd W. H. Peck and C. A. Campbell, attendance, Ladles of the Exchange club nre to be entertained on the evening of February 16, at a Valentino party. TO STAGE PLAY TAFT, Jan. 13.—"Jt Won't Be Long Now." n three-net play, using a cast of 17 students, will bo presented In the Taft Union High School auditorium February 17. To Insure an nll-Btur cast, tho actors have boon chosen from tho. dramatics classes of the high school and junior college. Tho cast will bo announced Jit n later date. The play will be directed toy ttalelnh "A. Borell, dramatics coaoh. ..• ST MO TABLETS ARE CEMUINE BAYER A5PIHIH WITHOUT THIS CROSS GATHER AT PARTY TAFT, Jan. 13. — An enjoyable eve- ntncr was spent at tho home of Mrs. Jack Kempcr ut 401 D street recently when the birthday nnniverenry of Mrs. Wllllnm Robertson WBK lionored. The guests »wero entertained by several piano Kolow by Bobby Fay Ketnpor mul Oalton Robertson, utter which scvurul hands of rook woro played. A lovely, birthday cako WUH out and served to Mr. and Mrs. H, Dnlby and daughter, Mildred; Mr. and Mrs. Willlam Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson und son, Dalton; Mrs.- Karl Collier, Mrs. Laura Brooks, Miss Myrtle Black, Prod Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kemper and daughter, Bobby Fay. WIL-SAV-U 7 Chester Avenue Armour's, Star Skinned Hams, as Cut. .Ib. lOc Bacon Ib. lie Short Ribs Ib. 6c Beef Stew Ib. 6c Veal Stew Ib. 6c Pot Roast Ib. 6c Veal Roast, Center Ib. lOc Pork Roast, Center v.lb. .lOc Ham burger... 3 Ibs. 25c Pork Sausage Pure Ib. 12'/ 2 c T-Bone Steak. .Ib. 12"/,c Sirloin Steak..Ib. 12'/ 2 c Rib Steak Ib. 12«/ 2 c Round Steak..Ib. 12'/ 2 c Lard, Pure 3 Ibs. 23c Kokoheart 3 Ibs. 25c 31c 32c 17c 39c 5rorl9C 4oan.25C Scans 24C 4c BIBLE CLASS MEETS McPARLAND, Jan. 13.— The regular meeting of the Woman's Bible class was held Thursday afternoon, when Mrs. A. W. Cavannug-li entertained at her home In the . country. The ladles sewed on hand work. Those who enjoyed the afternoon with Mrs. Cavanaugh and her daughter, Mrs. Dlxon, who Is visiting here from hop home In Oregon were Mosdames O, S, Grant, Dbllio RnteUIn, J. B. Mc-Farland, O. W. Ellis, 1*\ 10. Trask, A. Brown, J. W. Morrison, C. H. Stiles, I" 1 . H. Webb and Huntley -Webb. 1 Chase A Sanborn's Coffee Hills Red . Coffee Coffee Shop Coffee Sugar, -s/\' Pure Cane J.U |b». Beans 10 Ibs. 34C La Palamo -I A OI« Soap lU--ars£lC Toilet Soap, Mission Bell, Chandu and ~ White King Dog Food can Camp-bell's Assorted Soups Sardines, Continental White King Soap Powder small Palmolive * Beads 4C "waker -I f» _ Oats lar fl e IOC Van Camp's Pork and Beans, A -IQ. medium Ttcano Avv Van Camp's Pork and Beans, q la roe tfcans White King's Scotch Soap 9 2/ a .|b. qq« Powder £t pkgs. OOv Grogan's Large Olives. No. 1 can Flour Comet Brand Guaranteed..24'/>-lb. Flour, Comet Brand Guaranteed....49-Ib. sk. Mother's . f. (?_ Cocoa 2-lb. can J.OI/ Nowl If You Can-Afford to Pay More—By All Means Do So. Effective Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday- Golden State MILK, (Tall).. '48 fall Tins $2.15 Pound Tin Heinz Catsup Large . Bottle....... 15e ;"&?& Gold Medal Flour "Kitchen-Tested" M l -Ib. o Sack 2 4l'.l$I.M 63 SNOWFlAKES OF a» V S A ,W> Large Hominy, , No. 2 sduat tin.. 'SAW extra,Large Ripe .Olives, tall tin.. SAW Shrimp, medium size, picnic tin . _ a s * W Broiled Large Sardines/ Mustard, Natural, Tomato, I fa S A. W lixVra Fancy Lirge'| * I * Prunesi 2-lb. box I I7« SAW Fruit Cocktail, ii- tall tin IOC SAW Tomatoes, Solid 11 I A Pack, No. 2V, tin. I liC SAW Telephone Peas, |A. No. 2 tin •.., |VG SAW Sauerkraut, ' ' m_ No.-2 tin ..'.. IOC S A W Finest Red Salmon) Ai* tall tin ' ZIC SAW Tuna Light-Meat, 'ill A • 3i/ 7 ox., 121/jC! 7 ox. I'l7w S * w ,, Mlnced R « or Clams, Al A X NO. '/j..i (| n SkSV 3 *,. w Da| nty Pearl Corn, White Whole Kernel, I • I j, No. 2 tin IZtC S A W-Salad Vegetables, •»•_ tall tin... ZOC SAW Tomato Juice. Nice" •* I » Hot or Cold.' picnic tin ,'2* No. 2 tin, l.2'/4c; • • ' Iff _ No. 2'/, tin IOC SAW Stuffed Olives, |ft_ 7 fluid 01. |ar..... IUC S A W Orange Marmalade," Scotch Style, m^ 3 Ibs. 45c Ib. IVw 1C 'Aa^a&^a^, No Limits >^k II Cocoa- j4fl|^ 11 Almond r^aoNM^II Cocoa ^^ Lemon Mission Bell Chandu White King Toilet Soaps my •* Cake Honey Maid A-lb. «t_ Grahams.. aC box •£vv 22, 12 SAW Assorted Pure Preserves, Ib. jar... SAW Raisins, Seeded or •' Seedless, 1S.OZ. pkg., ' S A Sauerkraut Juice, No. 2'tln S A W Pimentos or Green A* Chill; No. i/ 4 s tin » S A W Walnuts, Mixed or |^ Almonds .'....Ib. • • Strongheart Dog . m Food........ tin * Tea Garden Syrup, i> quart, 32cj pint jug * Sperry Wheat Hearts, V 1 Ibl. 4 oi.. regular size,... • Shredded WHEAT 1 A* Biscuit.. ....pkg. lUC Bishop's Sierra Chocolate, 3.lb. tin, etc ..,". .Ib. Our Choice Tomatoes, . . No. 2'/, tin Happy Isles B. S. Pine- I apple, No. 2V, tin I Century Sugar Peas, No. 2 tin .,../. La Sevillana Green Olives, quart Jar Armour's Assorted Pure Preserves, 2-lb. 6-oz, Jar... Franco-American Spaghetti....... tin Maxwell House Coffee, Vita-Fresh, pound tin....;'. 29c lOc 29c 29c Sic 21c GROCERY AND MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE ALL WEEK—FRI., SAT., MON., TUBS., WED., THURS. Where You Will Eventually Trade SHOLAR'S Sell* for Less ''Regularly" "SETS THE PACE" Quality Merchandise—Honest Advertising ; •' No Limits Eighteenth and H Streets Bakersfield Log Cabin Syrup, small, • 20c; medium, 39c large Malwood Oregon Pumpkins, No. 2V, tin '. Campbell's or Heinz Assorted Soup- tin 'Kokoheart Margarine, pound tin * Powdered or Brown Sugar, pound pkg Warsaw Cove Oysters, picnic tin Heinz Cider Vinegar, 14 oi., 9c quart Clarion Sugar Corn, No. 2 tin Loveland Sweet Peas, No. 2 tin Dixie Queen Strlngless Beans. No. 2 tin ue 8 8 Del Monte Red Salmon, I tall tin Iw Del Monte Tomato ' ALu Sauce tin *2 * •Del Monte Tomatoes, solid I • _ r pack tall, 10c, No. 2>A tin.. IwV Del Monte Spinach, No. 2 f m m tin, l2'/,o: No. 2Vr tin.... Iww Del Monte Prunes, medium 14 I* size. 2-lb. box * lw?C Del Monte Asparagus Tips, f9(^ small size, picnic tin I s.*B Del Monte Tiny Kernel Corn, IA_ No, 2 tin IUC Del Monte Florida Grape- ' Iff. fruit. No. 2 tin IOC Del Monte Bartlett Pears, I'll- No. 2V, tin I74C Del Monte Beets, medium IA_ whole. No. 2.tin IUC Packed In Quarters No Limit Nothing In the World Like It Guaranteed 29c FREE Duck Balloon . With Two Pkgs., Regular Size Tic ISc Del Monte Catsup,. I large bottle ' Coast Club Ale or Rlokey. bottle Golden State Malted Milk, ' pound tin Wellman Strawberries (new I •« pack, med. aiie) No. 2 tin.. I WW Semolina Macaroni.Spaghetti 4Q* Salad. 6-lb. box •tWV Old Mill Corn Meal, • I K« jo ibs.. 2»c w ibs. I0y Foodstown Rice Pops, 9c; T 11» Wheat Pops *JL» Scotch Granulated Soap, large 21/p-lb. oka Purex, large 32-oz. IsVk bottle . : IWC Rose Carnival Marshmallows, I •• pound box Ivv Poppy Popcorn, IAj> 10-ox. tin «Wv Lighthouse AM Cleanser tin •** Armour's Sliced Beef, 19-iC 2'/>-o». glass. • "Z* Tru-Jel Assorted 'Gelatin 4J.|> Dessert. .pkfl. ^2* Heinz or Del Monte ft I* Tomato Juice... .'.tin ™3* Welcome Ripe Olives, • ||| — medium size, tall tin IUV Sea Island Pure Cane Sugar, MM- 10-lb. cloth '. "IDC Chlpso, Granulated or Flake, I KM large package. .1 I Vw Mazola OH, , 9O«k olnt, 17c '. quart C«C Crystal White Granulated KA Soap ......' Ib. pkg. LARGE No Limit White Brown I Pkg.... OC 2Pkg.. IDC 4pkg..29c i i i i i i i l i i | Meil faces EHetliH Ml W«k—fri. Sal, MM, T<«., Wtt, Tbirc. I I I I I I I BAKERSFIELD'S ONLY EXCLKIVE BABY BEEF MARKET Large volume of caah business has made It possible for Sholar's Baby Beef Market to sell Genuine Baby Beef for very little over prices quoted on ordinary beef—and there la a vaat difference In the flavor and tenderness. Baby Beef Pot Roast Shoulder Cut Pound. lOc Shoulder Lamb-Roast, 19-Lfi nicely trimmed lp.'s»2'* Baby Beef Rump Roast, nicely trimmed, Iftfi any cut Ib. • ** Cudahy's Sliced Bacon Packed In </?-lb. Cellophane pkgs., Ib Fresh Beef Tongues, trimmed I 4« nice for boiling .Ib. I *•* Sholar's Pure Pork Sausage, IK«t correctly seasoned Ib. "V Baby Beef Pot Roast Choice Chuck Cuts Pound Baby Beef Fancy Steaks T-Bone, Sirloin, Round, Round Ground, Ib. 24c Fresh Pork Picnic Hams, ft 3 to B-lb. average Ib. V Frying Chickens, Fancy Rhode Island Reds, fresh dressed Q Sholar style :lb. •» Loin Pork Roast Choice • Center Cuts From .Young Pork. Lb 16c Fresh Veal Hearts, fine I 4_ for stuffing Ib. • •** Fat Young Hens for Fricassee, fresh dressed, fixed Sholar 4Aj» style.... Ib. *»W» Prime Spring Leg o' Lamb Pound. 19c Leq o' Pork Roast Half or Whole, drain Fed. , Pound;. lOc Baby Beef Liver, eat it for |a* health, sliced .....Ib. IOv Lamb Stew,'fine for E* fricassee..,". ..•,..,'. ..Ib. «»* Armour's Star • • Sliced Ham Choice Larne Center Slices. Each 9c Cudahy's Rex Bacon, medium weight, half or - 191* whole Ib. ••»•$» Baby Beef'Hamburger, fresh I Aft ground every hour Ib. IWv Baby Beef Short Ribs Lean and Meaty Pound 9c Snowhlte Pure Lard Bulk Pack, No Limit Pound fc Veal Roast, Shoulder, Fancy I JM Milk.Fed Veal Ib. I*** Breast of Fancy Milk-Fed Veal A* with Docket for baklnn...lb. vW Fresh Lea 0' Pork Steaks Pound Puritan Little Pig Sausage, II none better Ib. ••* Morell'a Pride Sliced Bacon, fancy Iowa, half-Ib. cellophane I 4 I jt oackane .-each • CT* Larqe Fryer Rabbits Fresh Killed. Each 49« P. BELLAS—Post Office and Security Market Vegetable Departments—(Veg. Prices Fri. and Sat.) Extra Fancy Newtown Pippin " """ "-•"" ^ ^™ ~-- — •— —-•— — — ... ,/ Apples, by the box, $1.20, or Fancy Rome Beauty Apples.; Fresh Green Brussels • Sprouts s> Fresh Green Broccoli, 6 I Broccoli...... Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. 25c 25c 25c 25c Snowball Cauliflower, large heads Oregon Rutabagas Extra Fancy Mexico Tomatoes.. Fresh Green Peas, sweet and tender. for Ibs. 25c 25c for for Ibs. WE CARRY ONLY FRESH San Diego Celery,, large stalks Bunch Vegetables .. Large Arizona Grapefruit, very sweet.. Edison Oranges, for lulce,. *• dor. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 2 4 5 3 ISc lOc 25c 25c 2 2 Large Ripe Avocados.., No. 1 Mexico Tomatoes * | DS . U. S. No. 1 Klamath Falls Potatoes, AB cloth ban s»V ibs. Golden Ripe ft Bananas W ibs. 35c 35c 50c 25c GALATAS BROS. » Quality Fruits and Vegetables 2011 Chester Avenue—in Bakcrgficld Hardware Free Delivery Phone 251 $1.25 Fancy Large Edison Oranges box Extra Fancy Pippin Apples , ...box Or 8 Ibs. for 25c Potatoes, U. 8. No. 1 Klamath...^5-lb. .sack Washington Delicious e *}aB Apples W Ibs. *UC Oregon Pippin Applss box Or 7 Ibs. for 25c Grapefruit, Arizona, 80s... Edison Grapefruit, Large doz. Artichokes, Large Brussels Sprouts... , Celery Hearts.... Fresh Dates 6 for 25C 25c 6 f or 25C 3 25c 3 for lOe 3,bs26e We Also Have Fresh Kentucky Wonder Beans, Mushrooms and Mexico Tomatoes And Now the ». /AIIU mow me Family Service Laundry Does Wet Wash at 4 Cents Per Pound Minimum Bundle, SOc Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Each Week Phone 2040 830 California Avenue, Bakersfield •v...,

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