The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 19, 1933 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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T^ r ''' ; '< • THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1FORNIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1Q, 1933 ICCLY WIGGL and EW£Y STORE HOL SPECIAL NOTICE-Nole New Low Prices in All Piggly Wiggly and Safeway Stores, The Following Prices in Effect Friday, Saturday and Monday, January 20, 21 and 23. COFFEE Airway Brand—Fresh Ground Pound .... 19c CHEESE Borden's Flat... BEETS Del Monte, No. 2 tin .....each SYRUP Max-I-Mum Brand, 2%-lb. Tin , 15c lOc California Rose Rice 29c RICE 3 H*. lOc SAFEWAY FLOUR 24i' lb 49 Ideal Family Blend Sack 45 C Ib. Sack 85c Maxwell House Coffee Pound Can Each . . . 27 c Peanut Butter Buy In Bulk 2 Ibs.. . . 15c MALT Budwelser BUTTER Golden State Brand In Cartons Pound .... 23 c CORN BEEF Libby's Brand, 12-oz. Tins .. Can SALAD OIL Romlno Brand 85c COCOA Mothers Brand 15c Carton CORN Standard Pack Brand No. 2 Cans Chase & Sanborn COFFEE Dated Product Ib. 31c MILK All Brands, Tall Cans Each. . 5c CLOROX Best Foods MAYONNAISE Pints .... 25 c Quarts ... 45 c PEARS OATS Quaker Brand, Quick or Regular large pkg. CIGARETTES Camels 4% afc pkgs. Carton .. .\ $1.19 For Bleaching Pint Bottles for. Snowdrift Ideal Shortening 69c Del Monte Brand, No. 2% Cans.... I... each 16c 6 -lb. Tin CRACKERS N. B. Co. Snow Flakes or Grahams 2 One-Pound OG** Cartons afcTfV HIGHWAY TOMATOES each No. Cans FRUITS AND VEGETABLES-Friday, Saturday, Monday ....2 FOR 15C .... 2DOZ.29C 10,, 15c CARROTS, TURNIPS, GREEN ONIONS, <fl — MUSTARD GREENS BUNCH AC CABBAGE- LOCAL GROWN LB. 1 C . SLBS. 19C APPLES—ROME BEAUTY, FINE FOR BAKING CAULIFLOWER- LOCAL GROWN ORANGES— -NICE TABLE FRUIT.. POTATOES- NEVADA BURBANKS. WHITE KING Granulated Soap Large Size Pkg 29c BREAD Safeway, Union-Made -Ounce. ^ -^ Loaf 7C TOILET SOAP Carpay or Ivory 3 Bars . . . 14c Featuring Hind Quarters From Safeway's Stall-Fed Baby Beef The Prices Listed Below Are Good for Friday and Saturday Only-—January 20 and 21. In order to Introduce our Stall-Fed Baby Beef to more of our Kern county patrons, we are offering hind-quarter cuts, steaks and roasts, at rock-bottom prices. No one else can possibly offer so much aa this, and yet maintain that Baby Beef quality. Our modern methods of meat merchandising depend upon the bond of confidence that can be established. And Safeway 'Is putting It across. STEAKS Featuring Sirloin, T-Bonc and Round, Extra Choice Cuts From Our Stall-Fed Baby Beef Ib. 18c HAMBURGER Clean, Fresh Selected Baby Beef Lean Pieces, Eats Like Ground Round Steak 2 Ibs. 23C LARD Pure Snow White B*ulk Pack Kettle Rendered 4 ibs. 25c TURKEYS Very Fancy, Corn Fed Birds, 'Every Turkey Unconditionally Guaranteed, 'and Strictly Fresh Ib. 1?C SIRLOIN ' STEAK ROAST Genuine Sirloin Steak Roast, From the Hind Quarters of Safeway's Stall-Fed Baby Beef Pound lOc ROUND • STEAK ROAST Cuts From the Round Steak, In Roast Form. Out of Safeway's Stall-Fed Baby Beef. Pound lOc IVEAMOP Attendance Gains Noted at Beardsley; Teacher Load Is Increased McFARLAND LADIES' AID GROUP HONORS MATRONS ON BIRTHDAY BEARDSLEY, J«ui. 19.—At a regular meeting of the Beardsley school board Wednesday afternoon It was unanimously decided to move radiators from th'e" hallways of the main building to the 6B and art rooms of the hew unit and connect them with the steam heat lines providing the coat is not excessive. It was also arranged to have 'tho hallways warmed .with heat from the furnace room by 'providing a barred door Instead of the regular doorway ,whlch at present shuts out the heat, A dead Iree on the school grounds was given to the Scouts who will fell It and'out It into wood for their outdoor meeting place. District Superintendent H. M. Baker reported on school activities such as the changes that have been made in the past few years In classroom procedure to keep up to tlntc; the growth of the Institution from 112 pupils seven years ago to 340 to date; free lunches, ' and other activities. lie slated that the school has increased its enrollment by 100 pupils without adding any teachers and by increasing considerably the teacher load. It has been necessary to make the following assignments for tho new semester beginning January 81: Kindergarten, Marie Jao.obscn; 1B-1A, Fanny Blx- ler; 1A-2B and Art, Tda Crlckmer; 2B-2A, Gladys Compton; 3B-3A, Rose Zueruher; 4B-4A, Ethel Brandvlg; 4A-F>B, Mildred .Davles; 6A-6B and Domestic Solencfr, Lyle Schrocdcr; SAVE, Paul Moffett; 7A and Manual Training, Lawrence Jacobsen; 8B-8A, Marie Brltton; Maxlne Williams, music. Between 40 and 60 pupils are given free hot lunch each noon at the expense of teachers and friends. • Six pupils will be graduated-to high school Friday night, January 27. They are Eileen Kalzer. Nellie Leake, Eugene Fleenor, Donald Fvlesen, B. Benson and CfLTl Hewcs. M cFARLAND, Jan. 19.—Mrs..- M. Alva Long was delightfully surprised at her homo on Lockwood avenue when the members of the Ladles' Aid gathered there Tuesday and held an nil-day meeting. The affair celebrated the birthday of • the honoreo, who was presented with a beautiful sunburst quilt as a token of esteem from her friends. Three other ladies of the group were honored 'by the Ladles' Aid, their birthdays also being in this month. They were Mrs, Andrew Bllcltenstnff, Mrs. Susie Frantz and Miss Martha Shlok. Each was given a remembrance. The devotlonals were in\ charge of Mrs. B. C. Shick, the topic 'being 'Cheerfulness"! scripture reading by Mrs. C. R. Moomaw; reading, "Cheerfulness," by Mrs. Ed Steward, and a talk by each of the honored guests completed tho.'program. • A potluck luncheon'-was enjoyed at noon and the afternoon was spent socially with each guest working on hand sewing. Those enjoying the affair were Mesdames M, Alva Long, Andrew Bllckenstaff, Susie Frantz, 3. G. Holltnarer, B. C. .Shlck, Ed Steward, L. E. Hylton, Ed Baker, -/Sum Bowman, Frank Lehman, Walter Root, E. "W. Root, -D. L. Whlsler, John Moomaw, K. -L. Stelnbergor, Charles Moomaw, Dan Bowtnan, Harold McCall, Hoi-ace Wills, T. W. Davis, .L. H. McQueen, George Hosteller, Albert Lehman, Misses Martha Shlck, and Ethel Moomaw. The following children, Ruth and Glen Whlsler, Clarence and Lois Root, Dorothy Lee Moomaw. M. Alva Long, L. E. Hylton and S. G. Holllnger were also guests at luncheon, croup otKVt FOR TODAY'S NEWS FROM RIO BRAVO OILDALE RIO BRAVO, Jan. 19.—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Heaps and children Maxlne, Marjorle, and Bobble of Taft spent Saturday evening at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Moore. Mrs. Walter M. Smith and son, Gerald, Mrs. J. O. Cable and Mrs. W. B. Wilson were guests at the A. F. Durney home at Mountain View. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Martha Jones left Monday to spend a few days with relatives In Los Angeles. Guests at the D. O. Moore home Saturday afternoon were Misses Emmy-Lou Hengst and Clara Helnricks, and Raymond Kay and Kenneth Heln- rleks, all of Belrldge. Thote enjoying a motor party to Shamdon Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Temple, Misses Lois and Leila Temple, Cecil White, and Glen Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cross of Los Angeles spent Sunday night at the home of Mrs. Cross' father, E. B. Suydam and family. They were en route to Drovtllp tn Bnenrt n. fftw dnvs Mr. and Mrs. Valton'A. Oakley of Qultlque, Texas, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Oakley's sister, Mrs.'S. E. Pellum tind family. Week-end guests at the R. P, Kirkham home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Christ. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Freelove, and. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Mlshler, all of Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. James McMillan spent the week-end with relatives in Taft. Miss Madalyn Rexroth spent the week-end at her home in Arvln. . Guests nt the R. P. Klrkham home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Flitcraft. Fred Flitcraft, and Mrs. Evalyn Raines of Bakersfleld. Vercll Wilson attended a Christian Endeavor executive meeting at the Presbyterian church in Taft Saturday evening. Mrs. Ada Wilson and Mrs. Blrchle Murray of Earllmart called at the W. B. Wilson home Tuesday. Bessie Mitchell of Bakersfleld was a recent guest at the R, P. Klrkham Pupils of Richland School Give Entertainment at Recent Session ——_____ . 9' • SHAFTER, Jan 10.—A two-court* luncheon was served for the faculty and. trustees at the Richland Grammar School, Monday afternoon, by th* • following eighth grade home economics, students, In charge of IBmabel Henderson: Audle Mouser, Norma Lee Cloud, Petra, Ruth Klrscheil- hiann, Eiola Mettlor, Willie Steele, Violet Smith, Vivian Mason, Ida Mao • Schmidt, Thelma \McNoeley, Lucille Herman, Uosle Unruh, Frelda Heln, Rosella Helnrlch, Evelyn Williams, Velma Trent, Gladys Breckenrldge, Elmeda Warkentln and Rebecca Pren- de?:. . V The colors of the school, blue and gold, .were carried out at the places laid at six daintily appointed card tables In the music room. Tho following prournm was arrarnged by tlje girls: "When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain" and "When It's Springtime in the Rockies" were sung by Viola MeUlfir, Rosle Unruh and Ruth Klrscheuniann, accompanied by Norma Lee Cloud on the guitar; reading, by Vivian Mettler; piano solo, by Evelyn Williams; two readings, by Gladys Breqkenrldge; and two piano solos, by Rebecca Prendez. The guests wore: Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. String- • ham, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nickel, Mrs. Mary Louise McKlnley, Mrs. Ida B. Engle, Miss Edna Priove, Miss Ollva Oskey, Mrs. Olive Livers, Mr. R. EJ. Cribble, Mrs. Mamie Struempf, Mrs. < Leona Vanatta, Miss Mary Fast, Mm. Tina Dlerfes, Miss Martha. Gloeckler, Mrs. Wllhelmlno Ramsey, Mrs. Ross Willis, Miss Alma Gloeckler, Mrs. Louise Neufeld and Mrs. Emabell-Ien-- derson.j . OILDALE, Jan. 19.—Mr. and Mrs. George Inghain and eon Leonard were recent visitors at the W. L. Dutgins 10 Mr.' and Mrs. C. O. Manuel of Ventura were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Roussell of Rlvervlew. Mrs. L. Maple is ill at the Kern General Hospital. Mrs. U. H. Apperson Is recovering from her recent injuries. Mr. and Mrs. Al Shultz and family of Rlvervlew have moved to 361 Decatur street. Harold Brown has returned from Oxnard after an extended visit. Mrs. J. H. Jones and Mrs. Archie Hughes have returned from Ontario, •where they were called by the serious Illness of Mrs. Jones' daughter. f The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jenkins is seriously ill at the Kern General Hospital. Bob Anderson spent the week-end with his grandmother at Glenvillo. F. H. West of the Value Market spent the week-end at Wasco with his family. P. S. Crane of Taft is spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Russell. W. H. Pearson, better known as "Grandpa," is ill at the Banks home with flu. Mr. Pearson Is nearlng his ninety-eighth birthday. The weekly Friday niorht card party club prizes were won by Mrs. A. Is. Elrod. first: Mrs. P. J. O'Nell. second, and Mrs. F. A. Blalock. third. A. N. Elrod, men's first; B. B. Harper, second, and H. J. Hath, third. FRIDAY and SATURDAY at WARD'S 88* DAY 1 Time was when Dollar Days were selling events to boast about—but in this day of rock-bottom prices for quality merchandise eighty-eight cents will do the big job. So let us boast a bit: during this sale we'll give you values such as you've never seen before and return a dime , and two pennies for every dollar you spend. WICKS « WVOHMOSI ANTISEPTIC Golden Crest Hose Chiffon or service weight. Pure thread silk, full fash- for. 88C Cute your gargle and mouth-wath costs in half UNUSUAL TRIAL OFFER At Ytir Draffitt'i See Page Z Do you Realize —That Pacific Grey hound ofl'ers these fre quent daily Bakers field schedules? From Bakersfleld to LOS ANGELES . . 6 Dally FRESNO 6 Dally SAN FRANCISCO 6 Dajly VENTURA 3 Dally Sample) Round Trip* Los Angeles . . . $5.35 San Francisco . $10.70 DEPOT Nln»te«nth and N Streets J. M. Qoforth, Agent Phone 1768 FLOUR SACKS 98-pound ( size, sterilized, bleached 'and mangled. Snow white. ' 0012 for... BUG CARD TABLES With'square wooden legs that fold against the top. Square nlckled corners; olack moisture-proof floral pattern covering. Top 29 Inches by 29 Inches and 26 Inches high. Red or green lacquered legs. Regular $1.19 O flltJIli 88c BOYS' 2.20 WEIGHT DENIM JEANS Elastic Insert In back. Regular 59o each. 6 to 18 year size. For quick clearance, QQ*t 2 Pairs for OOC MEN'S BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS Coat and middle styles, fast colors, plain and fancy patterns. A, B, C, D sizes. AA. Each OOC - Hand Drill, Good Quality. Dell Faced Hammer 3!/ 2 -Pound Ax, Flexible Steel Rule, 18-Inch Pipe Wrench, AA~ Each HOC MERCERIZED COTTON HOSE Our best, fine gauge, seamless construction. Full line of colors and sizes. QOjh 4 Pairs for....OOC WARD'S PYROYUAN Coated Lunch Cleth Will not peel or crack, laun- derless and stainless. Colors, white, green, blue and maize. 54x54 Inch Mattress Covers No mattress should be without this protection, when It costs so very little at Ward's! Tailored of cotton sheeting with full box edges. Size to fit 54-Inch (full size) mattress only, with allowance for shrinkage. Unbreakable rubber buttons WV I-VI 88c BOYS' BLUE Bib Overalls 12 to 16 year size. Special to close out at 2 Pairs for.... 88c WARD'S STANDARD GRADE SAW 8-polnt, 26-Inch steel blade, with good quality handle. Each 88c Bathroom Stool In orchid, green and white. Wooden construction 88c Birdseye Diapers And double napped cotton flannel diapers, 30x30-1 nch site. Special while they Pkg. of 12 f or 88C RADIO BENDH With wrought Iron base, In antique, gold finish. Upholstered In green or red velour. 20 Inches by 10/ 2 and 16 Inches high. Regular $1.19. A super valuel •t nu i w 88c NURSERY CHAIRS Of all hardwood, finished In enamel. Decorated back panel. Shaped seat. Opening and swing-over style tray. Seat 10i/ 2 by 11 Inches. Entire height 21 Inches. 00 Ivory or iiliC green i * rirw . 1 MEN'S PART-WOOL , SHIRTS Full cut, warm and serviceable. While they last. AA_ Each OOC DRAW KNIFE Eight-Inch blade, our own Lakeside brand, that stands for fine quality. O0 A Each .....OOC Shower Curtain * Heavy quality mete- AA A rial with grommet, OlfC ready to hang • » MONTGOMERY WARD & Co.

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