The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 26, 1933 · Page 7
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THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIPORNIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1933 COMMUNITY NEWS iSSKaSicffi-. „ . . f'j^T. «••.«».*» 'THRIFT TO BE TOPIC • AIP.T.A. MoPARIAND, Jan. 26.—Thrift will bo the topic of discussion when members of tho local P, T. A. meet at the kindergarten Erlday afternoon at 2 p. • m. preceding this the parents' study hour will be held. Mrs. Robert •T. Hodson, president of the organization, will preside. The program of the day will be given by the pupils of the school when they appear in piano numbers under the direction of Mrs. Huby Bowman. Hostesses Include Miss JSdna Lewis, Mrs. William Etch- efchofer ahd Mrs. T. H. Albright. Member* are urged to attend. ', MRS. DAMON RECOVERING McPARLAND, Jan. 26.—Friends of Mrs. Elmer E. Damon will be happy to know that she Is recovering tit her ifome hero after an Illness of several weeks. I Valley Association Is Feted at Delano DELANO, Jan. 26.—The Pftst Matrons and past Associate Matrons' Association of tho southern Stui Joa- quln valley was entertained recently by Delano chapter, Order of Eastern Star.. The visiting delegates arrived tn time for luncheon which was enjoyed at 1 o'clock at a local cafe. After luncheon they adjourned to tho rooms of 'the local chapter'In the Masonic temple, with Mrs. Eunice Campbell of Wasco, presiding. Mra. Henry King, local grammar school teaaher, addressed the gathering on "Parliamentary l*w." The Misses darkle sharp and Huberta. Hamtln spoke on "Public Speaking." District deputy grand matrons present were, Mrs. Orace Jones of Taft, and Mrs. Adelaide Mahan of Bakersfield. • Miss Bnld Ntll Is matron of Delano chapter, which was tho hostess chapter. TICKETS BEING SOLD FOR MOJAVE WERE BOSS OF THE KITCHEN... Sale Week January 27 to February 2, Inclusive ALL FLAVORS JELL-O BEAUTY SOAP I. G. A. OR CAMAY TOMATOES PALACE BRA BEETS CAKE FLOUR At • builncn rn.it he wsjiild rt«llie the real adventejet ot thopplnf •ten I.G. A. Store. He would appreciate the time he wved— the efficiency end eeie of lerv- Inj hlmielf from convenient open ihelve*— end the hl|h itenderd of I.G.A. quellty linked with jenulae living! •very dey. . 17c BarSC No. 2i/ 2 Can PALACE BRAND SLICED—I. G. A. I. G. A. MAKES LIGHT FLUFFY CAKES PINK OR SMALL WHITE lOc fcST 19c 17c BEANS CLUB SODA 2, 35c ARROWHEAD—A GOOD MIXER—12-oz. Bottles SNOWDRIFT 70c CREAM CEREAL ."•*£* 17c I. G. A. PRESERVES TRUPAK—APRICOT, PINEAPPLE CORN MEAL JENNY WREN—WHITE OR YELLOW MINCEB CLAMS TRUPAK EGG NOODLES 'l. G. A. CORNED BEEF TAPIOCA I. G. A.—QUICK-COOKING WASHING POWDER Jar 2-lb. Pkg. No. •/, Can 6-oz. Cello. Pkg. lOc I. G. A. lOc 17c 13c I. G. A. Large Pkg. STORE LOCATIONS .«. . B . ELL ' S GROCERY AMERICAN QR.OCERY 800 L Street Ph<?ne 1893 806 Baker St. Phone 619 HARTY'8 GROCERY LIBBY'S GROCERY 1517 F Street. Phone 803, 1000 Pacific St. Phone 1760 FEISTER'S MARKET Marlcopa JUNION MARKET and GROCERY E. C. DALE lEIghteenth and K St. Phone 272 Ford City FINSTER GROCERY Fellows .COOPER'S GROCERY 2430 Nineteenth St. Phone 2955 &UG.A.STORES MOJAVE, Jan. 86. — Tickets are now on sale for tho three one-act playlets to be presented by the Parent Teacher Association on Friday night, February B, under tho direction of Mrs. W, O. Davis. Mrs. Mearl Craig will have charge of the music; Mrs, Ellen Planck of scenic effects; Mrs, Fred Wllkerson of properties; Mrs, David Saum will act as prompter. She also has been Instrumental In having clever posters made for advertising. The work was done by Her seventh and eighth grade pupils. At 8 o'clock the entertainment will open with music and then a curtain- raiser entitled "It Sometimes Happens," followed by a society drama, "Daring Daughters." Between the second and third playlets, vaudeville nets will be given by two young ladles from Los Angeles, and an accomplished accordion player, Miss Gall Genrich. A surprise contribution will be a poem written by a local writer. RIO BRAVO RIO BRAVO, Jan. 26.— T. M. Martin. county Farm Bureau president, and Mrs. Martin, -home department chairman, attended farm center meetings at Shatter Monday evening and Kern Delta on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cross spent the week-end at tho home of Mrs. Cross' father, E. B. Suydam and family. They were en route from Orovllle to their home In Los Angeles. Mrs. T. M. Martin nnd Mrs. W.' B. Wilson attended the county home department meeting In Bakersfleld on Wednesday. Earl Calder Is recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Martin and Mrs. Winnie Martin motored to"Taft Tuesday on business. Mrs. Floyd Sears and Mrs. W. B. Wilson attended the county P. T. A. meeting at the Emerson School In Bakersflold, Tuesday afternoon. - *-<-* MARICOPA MARICOPA, Jan. 26. — Mr. and Mra. Gordon Smith entertained with a dinner party Sunday evening In honor of Louis Mundlng, Jr., of Rockwell Field, San Diego. Albert Italney of Los Angeles, Inventor of Fissure Sealing compound, was a recent guest at the L. H. Mun- dlng home in Kerto. Lyle Bock went to Los Angeles yesterday for a short visit. Mrs. Grace Cheesbrough Is spending a few clays In tha Boiith.. _ Mrs. Kennedy Will Again Lead Group MOJAVE, Jan. 26.—The Ladles' Aid met recntly and elected officers for the ensuing year, Mrs. W. H. K*n- nedy was unanimously ro-clocted president. Mrs. Kelly, a recent resident of Fresno, but now living hero and an active new member, was elected secretary; Mrs. George Everett, St., Incumbent, was re-elected; Mrs. Ewlnff will be devotional chairman; Mrs. E. H. Wilson, educational chairman; Mrs. George 'Hodges, missionary chairman, and Mrs. John White, local service chairman. Mrs. White, a former president, has just returned to Mojave after a year's absence and Is again taking an ftct.lvo part In tho church work, TODAY'S NEWS FROM WASCO WASCO, Jan, 26.—Jess Otto, son ot Mrs. Jo Sympson, who has been in Kern General HoNpltul for the past two weeks, had h|g tonsils' removed last Thursday. His condition has Improved so rapidly ttiat his mother expects to bring him homo In n few days. John natzlaff Is very much Improved by the medical treatments ho Is receiving In Uakersfleld but will remain there for several days. Elmer Ratzlaff, who has boon receiving treatments for an Infected ear drum for the past week at Kern Qen- crnl Hospital, Is Improving. Qoorgo I.lttlo wna taken to Korn General Hospital last Sunday morning with double pneumonia and Is reported an still bolng In a critical condition, CHURCH PLANS DINNER MOUNTAIN VIEW, Jan. 20.—A cafeteria dinner will bo served in tho social hall of Mountain View Church, Friday evening, January 27. Serv Ing will begin at 6 p. m. The boys of the Magundon district will give a humorous program following the din rter. A committee of Ladles' Aid members have charge of tho affair. OF mi KERNVJLLE, Jan. 26.—W. S. (Bill) James, well-known cattleman, of this section, who has occupied tho McCray ranch east of here for tho past 12 years, has disposed of his cattle Interests and la now located on an alfalfa ranch In the San Joaquln valley near Bakersfleld. Tho brand of Bill James was prominent throughout this district, his cattle ranging from tho South Fork Into tho high Sierra, Tho Kern Valley Packing Company was purchaser. Mr. James Is a native of this section, a son of W. A. James, retired local citizen, and a brother of Bert James, Kernvillo merchant. McKITTRICK McKITTRICK, Jon. 26.— Bill Bell returned to Santa Barbara Sunday to attend school. He was accomuanled as far as San Luis Oblspo by his mother, Mrs. L. D. Bell, and Mrs. U. R. Candoe. Miss Alleen Stobes of Taft was tho Fjuest of AIlSB Dorothy Harris recently. Al Stone of La Panza stopped In McKlttrlck Monday on his way to Bnkersfleld to see Mrs. Stone, who was recently Injured In an automobile accident and Is In a hospital there. Mrs, L. J. Arnold, Mrs. R. R. Candee and Mrs. Anna Dawson were recent guests of Mrs. W. A. Tenker, at Carnerous. Mrs. L. D. Bell and Mrs. R. R. Candee attended the funeral of Mrs. Julia Bnbcock In Bakersfleld Monday. Mra. Sally Malldor of Los Angeles has returned home after visiting her sister, Mrs. Anne Dawaon. Buy America but Buy Kern County First Phone 822 We Deliver We Give Stamps 812 Baker St. We Always Have Featured Kern County Beef, Lamb and Veal—No Better Meat on Earth SPECIAL FED STEER BEEF GUARANTEED PERFECT SATISFACTION Kern County Steer Pot Roast, Ib. Ground Round Steak, Ib. 20c Club Steaks, Ib. 28c Juicy Swiss Steak, Ib. 20c Kern County Danl.h Butter . . . lb.23c (•rain-Fed Pork Backbone . Ib. I5c Lean Pork Roast, Ib. I2£c Leo Roast . . . Ib. I4c Home-Made Pork Sausage 2 Ibs. . . . 25c Kern County Bacon . . Ib. I He Lard . . . lb.6ic YOUR HUSBAND WILL LOVE THIS MALTED MILK CHOCOLATE CAKE Free Recipe In Every Sack GOLD MEDAL FLOUR "KITCHEN.TESTEO" 23c " 39e 75e $1.45 Russet Potatoes, NO.*' 25 ibs. 41 c Cabbage, IA IE- Local Ill Ibs. lOv Celery, Large bunch Cauliflower, Local Snow White Heads.... Pippin ^ Apples. , b8 . 25c lOc Golden Crust Bread, Made In Kern County, A 16-01. Sliced... m for 24-or. Butternut Peaches, Halves, Heavy Syrup No. 2>/ 2 can Wellman Strawberries, Fancy Whole Fruit, No. 2 Cans Coffee, Schilling, Drip *19 M or Regular Ib. Vstv 2 Ibs. Regular, 62 14 Ib. J/a Ib., 28c 6 „. I4c Tea, Schilling, Black or I Q_ Green ........... 1 Ib. IOC Old Mill Corn Meal, Made In Kern County 10 Ibs., 27c Del Monte I AM Corn ........ No. 2 can I UC Loveland's Early June I A* Peas ........ No. 2 can 1116 Suprema Cherries, Sour 2 ,., 29c Pitted Milk, •• Armour's tall can Vw Powdered or Brown Sugar, Mb. A Pkgs... at Peet's Granulated |Q_ Soap large size IOU Crystal White IA ME. Soap Ill bars sfDC Mission Bell E for Soap., bars ^ • F I6c I9c Specials for Friday and Saturday GOLDEN STATE BUTTER Quartered In 1-lb. Cartons Pound 24 c CARNATION MILK 6 Small Cans 16c 3 Tall Cans 15c CHASE & SANBORN'S DATED COFFEE Pound 31o CHASE A SANBORN'S TEA Orango Pokoo Yz Ib ............ 33c Yn Ib. . .......... 18c Green Tea y 2 Ib ............ 23c / 4 Ib ............ 13c POTATO CHIPS Large Package . ... . . 5c PINEAPPLE Trupak — Sliced No. 1& Squat ...... 13c No. Z can ..... ... 16c No. 2J/ 2 can . . ..... 19c TOMATOES Trupak—Solid Pack No. 2/2 Can 17c TRUPAK PEAS No. 1 Can 11c TRUPAK SAUERKRAUT No. 2 Can 9c No. 2/2 Can ....... 11c FANCY EASTERN SHRIMP Trupnk Brand Can 14c FRESH RANCH EGGS From Casa Loma Acres No. 1 Extra Large, Down 19o Medium, Dozen 17c SWIFT'S SLICED BACON Tllnd Off Pound 25c CAMPBELL'S TAMALES Special Price .... 3 for 25c "HENS 3-lb. Average Pound 19c COLORED FRYERS 3-lb. Average Pound 25c STEER BEEF7»OT ROAST Pound 12J/ 2 c CLUB STEAKS Pound 28c GROUND ROUND Pound 20c PORK SAUSAGE 2 Pounds 25c PORK BACKBONES Lots of Meat Pound 15c ORANGES Medium Slzo 2 Dozen 26c GRAPEFRUIT Imperial Valley—Size C4s Dozen 39c QUAKER OATS Quick or Regular Small Package 7c Large Package 15c RUSSET POTATOES U. S. No. 1 25-1b. Cloth Bag 36c MARCO DOG FOOD 16-or. Can 5c TRUPAK SALMON Fancy Alaska Sockoyo No. 1 Can ..17c ELLA SARDINES Cross Packed In Pure Olive Oil Norwegian Smoked Can 9c YOUR HUSBAND WILL LOVE THIS MALTED MILK CHOCOLATE CAKE Free Recipe In Every Sack GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5-1 b. Sack. 10-lb. Sack. Blsqulck 29c "KITCHEN-TESTED" 24J/2-I b. Sack.. 49-lb. Sack.. 23c 39c Gold Medal Cake Flour. 69c $1.33 25c TRU-JEL Package 5c LARGE WHITE BEANS 5 Ib.. 19c BUDWEISER MALT 3-lb. Can 39o CATSUP California Home 18-oz. Bottle 17c • CORN Clarion Brand No. 2 Can 8c TEA GAJRD¥N SYRUP Pint Jug 17c Quart Jug 31o SUNLAND RIPE OLIVES 9-oz. Can 13o VEGETABLES FOR SALAD Jllffli Noon Brand 15-oz. Can 14c APRICOTS Prldo of California No. 1 Tall Can tic SPINACH Golden nod Urund No. 2/2 Can 11c TOMATO JUICE Holnz 3 No. 1 Cans 25c 2 No. 2 Can. 25c PUMPKIN Newmnrk'B Special Extra No. 2 Can J . . 10c No. 2J/2 Can 13c HONUNY Xowmark's Special Extra No. 2 Can 9c No. 2!/ 2 Can 11c TROPIC STRING BEANS No. 1 Can 6c No. 2 Can 9c PEACHES Nowmiirk'a Special TOxtro, Sliced or Halves No. 2/ 2 can 14c TOMATO SAUCE Newmark's Special Kxtra 6 Cans 25c TROPIC PEARS No. 2i/ 2 Can 15c DIAMOND MATCHES Carton . . 26c SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION 6 Prizes to Ho filvon Away White King Granulated Soap 31c White Klntr Bar Soap 10 for 27c MlKKlon Holl Toilet Soap White KliiK Toilet Soup Cliandu Tollnt Soap White Ktni; Cocoa Almond 5 Cake, for 19c Silver Slice Bread, White or Whole Wheat.. .2 for 15c Raisin Nut, Delicious 15c Tutti Frutti Coffee Cake Loaf 20c MRS. RAMBAUD'S FRENCH BAKE SHOP Phone 2020 for Food 1918 "Eye" Street Talk, Don't Walk—Cash or Charge—Free Delivery &(9€rybodys grocer Bakersfield Shopping Center CHOICE CUTS OF MEAT Prime Beef Pot Roast, Ib. !0c Leg Pork Roast . . . Ib. lOe Sweet Pickled Hams Little Pig Sausage . Sausage Patties . . . Young Fat Veal Roast. Lamb Shoulder Roast Breast Lamb Stew . Hamburger . . . Sliced Liver Beef Hearts .... Ib. 8c FRESH DRESSED POULTRY FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS Ib. lOc ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS Parts, lOc ARMOUR'S STAR BACON Piece, 20c GROCER Y SPECIALS YOUR HUSBAND WILL LOVE THIS MALTED MILK CHOCOLATE CAKE Free Recipe In Every Sack GOLD MEDAL FLOUR "XITCHEN-TESTED" 24/z-l b. Sack. 49-lb. Sack. 23c 39c 69c $1,33 White King Soap Powder . . . . 3lc While King Soap .... 10 bars 25c Chandu, Coco Almond, Coco Lemon, White King, B I A* Mission Bell TOILET SOAP Wbars I W Guaranteed Fresh Ex. Lge. Eggs, doz. 2lc Formay, I Ib., I6c; 2 Ibs., 32c; 3 Ibs., 47c DEL MONTE Peaches, No. 21 2 for 25c No. 2 WESTUAKE String Beans 2 for 23c 7-OZ. CAN WESTLAKE Light Meat Tuna I5c 15/2-OZ. CAN FANCY, Pink Salmon . 2 for 35c Marshmallows . . . . l-lb.pkg.l8c TRU.JEL Gelatin Dessert ...... 6 for 25c Westlake Tomatoes, 2} can . . . lOc Lighthouse Cleanser . . . . 6 for 25c FORT HOWARD Toilet Tissue 3 for 23c M. J. B. Coffee, With Rice ... I Ib. 3lc BUTTER Cloverbloom, In Quarter*. Golden State, Solid Pack. .,220 24e Ib Delicatessen Cottage Cheese Peanut Butter 2 ibs. 19c We Cater to Lodges Clubs and Parties tliqri Grade Groceries GOLDEN Ripe Bananas EXTRA FANCY Newtown Pippin Apples . . . SWEET Juice Oranges . FRESH String Beans . . Fresh Green Peas . EXTRA FANCY Mexico Tomatoes, 2 Ibs. 25c FRESH Green Broccoli . . 4 Ibs. 25c LARGE STALKS San Diego Celery . 2 for I5c Bunch Vegetables . 4 for lOc WE CARRY ONLY FIRST CLASS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 6 Ibs. 25c . 7lbs.25c 3 doz. 25c . Ib. I5c 2 Ibs. 35c

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