The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 19, 1933 · Page 7
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 7

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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THE JJAKERSF1ELD CALlFpfiNIAN. .'THURSDAY. JANUARY 19. 1933 .(COMMUNITY NEWS TEHACHAPI,; Jan. 10.—The Young People'* Society of the Community .Church met Sunday evening, when the delegates to the conference In Los Angeles gave reports. Delegates Were: Jano McCoilooh, Pat and Jennie Ann Cowan, Dorothy Griffin, Frances Witson arid Virginia Dlckerson. The yduYig folks had taken notes during the' -sessions and their reports were very Interesting and showed the deep impressions 'made by the leaders and - speakers. One afternoon WAS given to sightseeing trips; the museums, lovely churches and the noted sculpture In "Forrest Lawn .Memorial Park" seeming to have'been the molt enjoyed. A lecture and series of slides, called "Climbing Jacob's Ladder," will bo striven Sunday 1 evening at 7i80 at the church, by the Reverend T, CV lams. MOJAVE >>-*- PANAMA PANAMA, Jan. 19.—Mrs. J. W. Ful- lorton and son Russell of Bakersfleld were visitors Sunday at tho E. C. Mott residence. Miss Murgarch Holslnger of BakersfJeld was also a recent guest of Misses Mary and Agnes Mott. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Gardiner of Taft .visited Leonard Pitcher and family Sunday. The Panama Ladles Aid will meet with Mrs. 15. M. Ashfr today and complete arrangements for- tho chicken dinner to bo given on Friday evening at the church. Tho following younpr people were ixuents of Frank Bennltt at a waffle breakfast recently: Misses Marguerite Romero, Margaret Williams, Mary Kchcnlque, Virginia McCormlck, Messrs. Bob Ware, Joe Goodwin. Robert Holding and Ilobart Henderson.- Tl, S. Holding spent Monday evening at Taft, where he addressed the Brotherhood of tho First Baptist church. Mrs. P. O. Weller has returned to her home In' Chino after a visit'with her .daughter, Mrs, Carl Van'Horn. . JIlsB Agnes Mott visited Saturday a 1 the home of Miss Pauline HIemforth of Rosedale. \ * Guests on Sunday of P. 0. Randal o.nd wife In. honor of Mr. and Mrs Charles Sollsberger. who are visiting here from Texas, were Mr. and Mrs W. S. Heck. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bberle. nnd Mr. and Mrs. Sani Bberle Tho. Sollsbergers are returning to tholr home In Texas this week; MOJAVE, Jan. 19.—Mrs. Roy'Bur- nettSws returned fromrft week's stay In Los Angeles. Mrs. George Hodges, has returned rom Los Angeles. Mr. Hodges was >porated on last Monday and from late sports Is doing fine, Virginia Vance was the .week-end guest of Lorraine '.TeagUe, Miss Vance Is a student at the Lancaster High school and stays at. the girls' dormitory there. Miss Verdfc Pope will leave the last this week for Bolivar, Mo., where she will visit for three months. Miss 'ope made a shopping trip to LOB An- teles Monday. , " Mr. and Mrs, John Shedsler and son, Franklin B., and Mr., and, Mrs. John Turner of Los Angeles accompanied floss Rogers when he returned to his \0rne Saturday. The guests spent the Week-end here.-. .. _„. dene Maftlndale »n« Roger White attended the polo game Sunday in Lancaster. . ' .Mrs. Stephen Gould of Coallnga, state treasurer of the P.-T. A., who has been attending a board meeting at Los Angeles stopped here en route to, )»r homo, to visit her brother, Verne Cooper. Mrs. Mable Trlpp and Mr. and Mrs. Evan -Twomey motored to Los Angeles Moiiday. Miss Ella Mao Roe has returned to her homo In Needles after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Wendel Oakes. ' Miss Jessie Boone has returned from a five weeks' visit In Texas. Miss Mao Bethal left Tuesday morn- Ing for ri. vacation in Kansas City. George Nelson attended the* banquet given recently In Bakersfleld honoring J. H. Thayer on. his retirement from the service of the Southern Pacific. • Mr. and Mrs. George Beane motored to Los Angeles Sunday to see their daughter who Is attending school at Beverly Hills Junior College. Bill Kcl'sey and I3d Muyler spent the week-end on a prospecting trip. Kay Davis Is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Davis. Richard Griffin of Lancaster attended tho basketball gam8 at Fillmore Saturday and then motored to his homo Here' to spend several days with his mother, Mrs. Mae Orlffin. T. E. Gallagher and Art Oilman are 111 with the flu. MEETING DATES CHANGED , ARVIN, Jan. 18.—The sewing school qf the Arvln farm home department will bo held on January 26 and 27, Instead of February 2 and S; as previously announced, It will be at tho home of Mrs. U. C. Sayer. Granite Station GRANITE STATION, Jal. 10,—Tho lure of gold, or the need of It, has revived an. Interest'In several'Old gold mines In 'the vicinity of Granite Station. Frank Webb Is prospecting at Long Tom; Frank and Jeff Hitchcock are prospecting on tho Will Layers ranch, locally known as tho Wiseman platio; and Nate Moore of Earllmart, is prospecting on section 15, tho property of J. ' P.'Williams. Recent visitors at tho Granlto and Poso Flat schools were, Cornelia IB. Ball, supervisor of music; Pauline S, Reynolds, supervisor of physical education, and Anna Maud Anderson, supervisor of nrt. j Mrs, Lola Bertram) and children,. Follx and Nellie, of Old River, have moVed back to the Bertrand ranch here a'nd tho children are attending the Granlto school. . Mrs. Frank Wiseman was a dinner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Will Williams. • . Miss Leah Williams and Louis Le- rhucchl of Bakersfleld were week-end guests of Mr.-and Mrs. J. F. Williams. Guests of Miss Qeorglana Williams Sunday afternoon were Miss Phylls Add I son, John .Crawford, Cyril Cole and Charles Crawford of Glonnvllle. Later In the evening tho young people, including Miss Williams,'motored to Bakersfleld and attended a theater FRUITVALE NEWS ITEMS FUUITVALB, Jan. 18,—Blbje study mooting for members of the Frultvalo Sunday school will be hold Friday afternoon at the homo 'of James Bengali. Mrs. Clarence Mills and children wore guests recently at the homo of Mrs. Mills' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Goodman, on Wlblo rond. Mrs. J. Stanley of Bakersfleld was a recent visitor • at the Green Acres homo of Mrs. L. J. Vincent. Mrs. Paul Shannon of Bakersflold visited her sister, Mrs. A, Carlson of ttie Frultvalo Store, Sunday. N Sam Turner an« his father are making their home at the Seth Turner place, at the corner of the Rosedale highway and Galloway road. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Cowan were dinner guests recently of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Carter of Taft. , Mr. and Mrs. John Loonoy of Magunden wore* guests, all day Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright and family on Frultvalo avenue. Mrs. Gus I/lesch of Descanso Park and Mrs. H. H. EWort of Bnkersflelrt were guests ' Monday Of Mrs. Ed Lieach. Mrs. David Stewart and children of Long Bench have moved to Frultvalo to make their homo with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Detito. Mrs. Stewart Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paulo. Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Holer and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Harmes of Baltflrsflold. Marshal Cownn and ,hls brother, Frank, of Union ftVQiiuo, havo returned from Loner 'Bench, where they were cnlled by tho serious Illness of their sister, Airs. A. M. Cravat. They report that Mrs. Cravat Is much Improved In health. On their way home they stopped at Flllmovo to visit Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson. Mrs. R. 15. Ross and daughter, Alice, and Ed Lleb of Greenfield spent 9un- duy at tho L. J. Vincent home In Green Christian Endeavor Group Holds Meet AIIVIN, Jan. 10.—The .young division of the Arvtn Christian Endeavor held an executive meeting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Choevet on Friday night, January 18. An Interesting business meeting was held, after which games' were played and refreshments served, Those attending were Misses Marjorlo Rcxroth, Loren Yaussy, Volvo Cheevor, Bernlco and Mildred Permenter, Thelma Bishop and Otis Mitchell. SCHUtCRS NEWS & WEEK IS ATTACKED 0V INDIANS — CAN'T I STAY OP *TIU- » 66T .Read this out loud: When you trade with home-owned stores you are doing your home town a good turn. And when you trade here you do your family a good turn, too, because all foods are guaranteed to be of fine quality and fresh. Free Delivery Service. Specials for Friday and Saturday BUTTCQflNoCGGS Danish' • • 91* Butter ...Ib. *IB Casa Loma Eggs, .Large Extras.... .doz. TREE Black Orange Pekoe 1 Ib. 54c 1/2 Ib. 29c Green 1 Ib. 43c '/2 Ib. 22c Sugar, Cane. Jell-o I0,». (Cloth Bag) 45e Pineapple, Sliced, - I fit* Silver Thistle...2!/ 2 s IO;j>B Asparagus Tips, I Picnic... • Ivory Soap, Large 3 c for 25c Pts. 29c Bluehill Pimento Cheese 9c White King Granulated Soap Large Pkg. 29c Mission Bell Soap 5 I9c White King Soap Snowdrift .3-lb. 'tin 49e Coffee, Hills Red Ib. 2-lb. Tin, 62c Schilling Drip Coffee :lb. 32o Monarch Coffee..' Ib. Log Cabin Syrup OB* (Medium) Family Size VOW Small »k|< Lei Cikln Panciki Dour Fr«. Campbell's A Soups W for Milk, I* all brands tall VV Wilbur—M EATS—Wyatt ...» He Armour's Star Skinned Hams, Half or Whole, •.While They Last.. I b. Armour's Star Bacon, .'/a-lb. cello pkg, Leg of Pork » Roast... Ib. Uje lie Loin of Pork Roast .Ib. I2c Wttle pig Sausages Ib. I8c Legs of Baby Lamb Loin Lamb Chops Ib. 26e Prime Steer Beef Roast. .Ib. lie Round and Loin Steaks, AA M Steer Beef, db. stUB Boneless Veal Roast .Ib. I6e PALMS DRK/C (N\MARKCr THCC NATIONAL MARKET Phone 4812 Corner Nineteenth and Baker SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I0,bs44c Pure Cane .Sugar.... Marfwtll. Home Coffee Ib. Quick Oats large size Small Size, 9c American Beauty A Shrimp, 6-oz... •• cans I9e 5 ,, 26c I9c Spaghetti, 10o Pkgs.. Ohio Matches, 6 Boxes. carton Fort Howard A Tissue Paper V rolls (One Extra Fancy Roll Free) K. C. Baking In* Powder 25c size I OB Pale Dry Ginger Ale 2 Bottles 19c Lime Rickey 2 Bottles 19c Chocolate Candy 3-lb. Box ,75c Heinz Kidney Beans, With Pork, A No. 2 Cans... *J Wesson Oil T quart for 29c 45c Leg Cabin Syrup large size Iowa Cream or Pride Farm Sweet Sugar A Corn. cans 79c •m I9c National Biscuit Company Snow Flake Sodas 2 Ibs. 25c Fancy Chocolate Cookies. 1 Ib. 25c Sanitary Golden Crust Baking Company White or Brown Sliced Bread 2 for 15c KRAFT MAYONNAISE Quart 49c; Pint '...-.. .29c KRAFT SALAD DRESSING Quart ^ 25c; Pint. • 16c MEAT DEPARTMENT 23e 25c Golden State Butter, 4 Cubes In Carton, Ib. U. S. Extra Large' Eggs,...» doz. Spring Leg Lamb Ib. Lamb Chops.. .Ib. Veal I AM Chops.... .Ib. • OB ID* IOC Veal Stew Lean Pork Steak Ib. Lean Leg Pork, Half or Whole Ib. Sirloin, Round or Rib Steak Ib. Pot Roast • Beef Ib. Fresh Ground Hamburger or Pork A Sausage W Ibs. Ham, Half or I A- .ib. 7c I3c I2c I7c lOc sr 25c Whole Ib. B. F. STINSON MARKET 1709-11 Chester Avenue Phone 612 "S. & H." Green Stamps—All Departments Sugar . If) IU Ibs. Butter, Blue Ribbon Ib. Coffee, S *" w. ib. C. P, C. Peanut Butter Ib. Grogan Mammoth I Olives.. ...9-oz. can 1 Brooms, Bllndcraft, x Made by the Blind... 43c 2lc 29c I5c ^••^•atk 40-60 Prunes Nucoa Snow Flakes Heinz Heinz Tomato Coffee, Ace High... 10 69c 3 ib, 26e 2 9fie ibs. fcOB ....quart loC 3can.25w b !8c Frye Bros. Progressive Market Steer Pot Roast. Lean Leg'Pork Roast PHOnJE 612 I2c I2e Colorado Gold Butter Pork A Steaks..:..-... £ FREE DELIVERY FRUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT 12 10 No. 1 Klamath Falls Spuds.. Its Ibs, Sweet Potatoes or Yams IO Ibs. Green Newtown V Pippin Apples • Ibs. Large A Cauliflower.... •* Large Celery... for 2,. I Be Cherry Rhubarb Green Peas All Bunch Vegetables Hood River Delicious, Spltzen burg and Wlne?aps V ibs. Reprinted From Malone, (N. T.) Evening Telegram In one of the ntost exhaustive laboratory teats ever made, * committee of fourteen, Including • physician, nurse, lawyer, color expert, grocer and household economics expert, decree that I.Q.A. brand merchan- dlie wlni by every teit over other well-known nationally advertised lines. The cost of the I.Q.A.-brand merchandise was found to be 21 PER CENT leu ... at regular shelf prices. Sales Week, January 20 to 26, Inclusive CAAD CRYSTAL WHITE OOMr FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY— Limit B C \ *> f> 9 bars Ji A C CATSUP ' GA KIRBY UQRN TRUPAK— NO. 2. CANS for WHOLE-WHEAT CEREAL I. G. A.— IT'S TOASTED 19 c HORMEL VEGETABLE SOUP Double your money back If you don't say 4** It's the finest vegetable soup you ever J f bought. .............. ...No. 2 Tall Cans "" "> . THE ALL-AMERICAN BREAKFAST 1—20-6z. Pkg. I. G. A. Pancake Flour 1—16-oz. Jug'I. G. A. Cane and Maple Syrup Both for SALMON, I. G. A. FINEST RED ALASKA SOAP PALMOLIVE PEACHES, I. G. A. Luscious Golden Halves—No. 2j/ 2 Cans KRISPY CRACKERS v SUNSHINE VARIETY No. 1 Tall 4 C A Can 1S>C 3 s!7c 2 for 25 C 2-lb. Carton OYSTERS, I. G. A. .... No. I can 17c COCOMALT can 43 c ALTAVISTA MARKET Phone 4166 Union Avenue and Kentucky Street LINCOLN MARKET Phone 3053 Corner Twentieth and L Streets ECIAL/ TREE TEA Orange Pekoe lib. . . . 54c 1/2 Ib. . . 29c 1/4 Ib. . . 16c Japan 1 Ib. . . . 43c 1/2 Ib. . . 22c 1/4 Ib. . 12c Tiger Lily Flour 100-lb.Sack ...,$1.65 50-lb. Sack 89c 25-lb. Sack 49c Ace High Coffee Mb. Pkg 15c Shaster 1-lb. Can 25c 2-lb. Can 47c Toilet Soap, Mission Bell, White King, ' Chandu ____ < ..... ........... 5 cakes 19c White King Granulated Soap. . .large pkg. 29c Premium Soda Crackers. . ...... 2-lb. box 24c Grogan Olives ................ quart can 15c Catsup, Ritter ............... large bottle lOc Peas, Wellman, Small No. 2 can ..... 2 for 29c Wellman Preserves, Berry or Fruit 1-lb. jar 15c Tomato Juice (Golden Wreath) No. 1 tall can .. ....................... 5c Milk, Lucerne ................... tall can 5c Hominy (Palace) ---- . ....... No. 2«/2 can lOc Trupak Sauerkraut ............ . .2'/2 can lOc Carnation Oats ............. . . large pkg. 15c Sunbrite Cleanser-. ............... 4 cans 17c MEAT DEPARTMENT Pot Roast Prime Beef Bacon.,.. lb.12c Half or Whole—Sugar Cured Ib, 16c Prime Rib Butter i i i i Cloverbloom lb,22c Pork Roast . Plonlo Cut ........ Ib. 9o Half or Whole i i i i i Ib, 12c Swift's Premium Skinned Pork Steak, lb,13c Rex Picnic Ham, lOc Cauliflower 2 for 19c Celery bunch 5c Bunch Vegetables 2 for 5c Large Solid Lettuce 3 for lOc Yams. 8 Ibs. 15c Cabbage Ib. Ic Pippin Apples..9 Ibs. 25c Russet Potatoes 25-lb. sack 28c Grocery Specials for Friday and Saturday Wheatles A IK* SB pkgSi • Ww Monarch Blackberries— 2,. r 36e B. A M. Lima Beans- No. 2 , 26e 180 I2e I6e FREE oo-Plece-Flying Family Jig-Saw Puzzle With Each Purchase ASPARAGUS FANCY NATURAL—20 to 25 Spears Small 40-* Pkg. JLtfiC STORE LOCATIONS BELL'S GROCERY AMERICAN GROCERY 800 L Street. Phone 1893 808 Baker St. Phone 619 HARTY'S GROCERY LIBBY'S GROCERY 1517 F Street. Phone 803 1000 Pacific St. Phone 1760 FEISTER'S MARKET • Marlcopa COOPER'S GROCERY 2430 Nineteenth St. Phone 2956 E. C. DALE Ford City UNION MARKET and GROCERY Eighteenth and K St. Phone 272 FINSTER GROCERY Fellows tins Supersuds Soap Powder... Monarch Tomatoes; No. 2/ 2 tin •. Trupak New Potatoes; No. 2 tin Monarch Food of Wheat; large package Suprema Red Sour Pitted Cherries; No. 2 tin Normandy Toilet A-roll Tissue Vpkg. Large Wash Cloth Free Monarch Sweet A 9R|» ' Corn; No.2 cans "for s»OB Purex; large bottle Monarch Tomato A Juice; No. 2 tins • for Luxus Pineapple; No. 2!/ 2 tins I2c I be Sperry's Drifted Snow Flour 5-lb. sack ...... 20c 10-lb. sack ..... . 36c 25-lb. sack ...... 70c Del Malz Golden *B Corn; large tins W for 9Rf» s a»tAI Powdered and O IRfi Brown Sugar.. ••pKg ! .IIHI Coooanut; Famo Pack; J/ a -lb pkg. Monarch Garden Aspar- a.gus; No. 2 tins ..... Vltamont and Ken-U Ration Dog • Food .......... eans Monarch Coffee; fop Percolator or 9Ql* Drip .............. Ib. *iM» "A-1" Blscut Flour; large package Vinegar; In quart flask MONARCH PEAS In No. 2 tins Telephone size ............ 17c 3-sleve ................... 20o 2-sleve ................... 23c Camay Toilet Soap, 3 bars 17c Legs of Lamb .............. Ib. Lamb Chops, Largo Loin ........ Ib. Lamb Chops, Small Rib or Loin ....... Ib. Loin or Rib Pork Chops ........ Ib. MEATS I8c I8c I B A I OB 2lc Genuine Round Steak (Ground) Ib. Baby Beef Round (Cut I Q_ for Roast or Steak). Ib. I WW Sliced I A. Liver Ib. I OB Fresh Beef I M. Tongue Ib. • ShV Edison Grapefruit. Caullffower Lettuce Artichokes VEGETABLES 6 ^ I5c head IOC 3forlOC 8 for 25c All Bunch Vegetables... Large A . Celery at bunches Full Line of Fresh Peas, String Beans, Avocados and Pineapple 2,. r 6e Ik FULL LINE OF BAKERY GOODS Bakersfield Market, Inc. 1618 Nineteenth Street

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