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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, February 15, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1933 JO BEMD HERE Cooking School Expert Will Teach Modern Methods in Kitchen "Don't allow cooking to become a bogeyl Modern ways, modern recipes wlir equip you to be a 'kltcheneer,' Instead. No lortger Is thero need for women to stand red-faced and with a persecuted look over «, hot stove all day." Tills Is the message of Miss B. Edna Oalvln, member of the Safeway Stores Homemakers' Bureau Cooking: School staff, who will conduct a modernized cooking school in Bakersfleld for three days beginning February 22. Miss Galvln, noted home economist of the west Is prepared to prove her statement to western women when (he offers to them, free, of charge, results .of thorough culinary research from the bureau's scientific testing kitchen. Sessions will be held for the benefit of Bakersfleld women each day at the Woman's Club hall from 2 until 4 p. m., with doors opening at 1 o'clock. Household questions will be answered before, during and after the class periods, and extra queries replied to by mall. Within the two hour time limit, Mlas Oalvln will prepare ten varied dinner, luncheon and dessert dishes each .day as evidence of her contention that: "There ^s no mystery, no hardship to cooking. It's merely a matter of using what material you havo at hand, adaptability and the following of recipes." » * B. P. W. C. Party Set February 27 The next card party of the Business and Professional Women's Club has been set for February 27, accord- Ing* to Miss Zlta Pujan, chairman. H will be held at the, Masonic' temple, and will be open to the public. Miss Fujan was authorized by the president, Mrs. L. Frank Johndrow to choese a committee of assistants, who will be announced at an early date. Twelve members spent last Sunday at El Tejon golf course, and plans ar6 being formed for a horseback riding party soon. On Monday evening a committee meeting was 'held by Miss Alice Stauss, on arrangements for the second annual friendship banquet for B. P. W. C. and Soroptlmlst club members March 14 at Hotel El Tejon. • « e> NO POOLING? DETOUR, Md., Feb. 16. (A. P.)— True to Us name, this town Is back on the maps of the state roads commission. Until construction Is completed on the Taneytown-Keymar highway, motorists will detour to Detour. New Quarterly Library Bulletin Has Dedication An annotated quarterly bulletin In description of the recent acoei-. •Ion of the Kern county free pub- Ho library hfti just been published, It was announced today by John D, Henderson, county librarian. The bulletin, which was planned by the late Mrs. Julia Q. Babcock, was one of her aspirations. It was for a long time her dream to have a complete compilation of works added to the llbriry, with descriptive data available to patrons of the library. The first such bulletin Is dedicated to the late libra- Han and an editorial lauding the work of the equnty 'official, reprinted from The Bakersfleld Call- fornlan, holds place of honor as dedication frontispiece. J1W.O.W. UNITS Bakorafleld Camp No. 460 and El Louise Camp No. 2 will entertain members Thursday evening at a musical program at tho W. O. W. hall. Vocal and Instrumental numbers and dance novelties will be presented. At the conclusion of the program pro gresslve pedro will be played for prizes after which a banquet will bo served. The party Is one of the first of a series bf lodge entertainments. The committee from the women's lodge includes Mrs. Elsl» tteath. Miss Edna Edwards, Mrs. Botra Howard, nnd from the men's organization, C. White, H. Asplttle and J. Ktzzalr. ••>*New Brassieres Are Full-Fashioned "Full-Fashion" is the descriptive name Maiden Form has given their sensational new brassiere development. The discriminating woman can Instantly appreciate their perfection of contour and the marvelous lines. What one cannot see Is that In addition trf being fashioned by machinery to a new perfection of shape, Maiden Form's "Full-Fashion" brassieres are also permanently blocked to assure that they hold their shape. The ideal silhouette cannot be jerked or pulled or twisted out of shape. It cannot be washed out. Repeated laun- derlngs have no power to change "Full-Fashion" shapeliness. It has even been said that "Full-Fashion brassieres Improve with laundering, so perfectly do they keep their original form! REMOVING STAINS A little vinegar sprinkled In your white sink and left for a.few minute, before being washed off will removi rust stains. Members to Complete Plans . for Party to Be Held February 22 Balloting on candidates and Inltla- lon will take placo when Harold Jrown Auxiliary No. 1468, Veterans of Foreign Wars meets tonight at 8 clock at the Moose hall. Mrs. R. E. Green, hospital chairman will give a report on hospital work, including the project of making bed jackets for Sawtello Hospital, Mrs. Clarence Miller, drill team captain will report on a Valentine box of cookies and candles sent to Sawtelle. Plans will be completed for a party Wednesday evening, February 28, to which post and auxiliary members are jidden. As the date Is Washington's birthday, a patriotic motif will -be used In decorating. A play, cast with 17 post and auxiliary members, will be presented. Drill tdam members will meet at 7 o'clock and practice an hour preceding the business session. Membership Captains will report a lineup of new members. A drive now In progress will continue until tho last of April, at which time tho auxiliary in the state having taken In tho most members will receive a prize. National headquarters has set a goal of 20,000 members. The mothers, wives, sisters and daughters of soldiers, sailors and marines, who havo seen overseas service for America In war, are eligible to join as are United States army nurses who have seen overseas service In time of war. P. T. A. ACTIVITIES TAFT, Feb. 18.—Needy students of the Taft Union High School and Junior College will be benefited by the proceeds of the Parent Teacher Association party scheduled for Friday evening, February 24, at 7:30 o'clock In the high school cafeteria. Bridge and five hundred will be played, and refreshments, consisting of chicken and noodles, biscuits and hot coffee, will be served, according to an announcement made this week, by Mrs. Alice Mattoon, president of the organization. Mrs. John O. Howes will be In charge of tho party and tickets will bo sold by the P. T. A. members. On Friday, February 17, there will be another student aid benefit candy BIRTHDAY 1EA IS AFFAIR Large Number Attend Party Honoring Pastor at East Side Home Welfare Work Is Done at School As an example of rehabilitation work being done In the city schools a starving, listless pupil at Lincoln School has been transformed by two weeks of nourishment, rest and warmth, Into a buoyant normal child. Mary Is one of five children. Her teacher and a city school supervisor obtained the needed funds. In the early stages she had to be fed, her shoes removed, and an hour's rest provided before luncheon. An afternoon feeding of hot cereal followed the noon meal. ' "It Is an Inspiration to follow up such a case," her teacher said, adding. "Teaching Is by no means all dull grinding out of multiplication tables and maintaining of discipline." WORSHIP IN DENIM HANNIBAL, Mo., Feb. 16. (A. P.)— Hoping to encourage church attendance by persons who are unable to dress well, members of the Prince avenue Baptist church are wearing 1 overalls and cheap print drosses to services. Even the pastor, the Rev. Roy Reynolds, wore overalls. A MANUFACTURER'S LOSS—YOUR GAIN This Special Dress Group is from a manufacturer who makes nothing but $10.95 dresses. A special prices concession to Weill's brings— $10.95 New Spring DRESSES for Only Every dress new, worth $10.95 each. A wonder value. AT WEILL'S $g50 On Sale Now Be at Weill's today to see this important dress group— 1933 styles! Dresses you'll admit are worth ?10.95. It's almost a steal at this low price. Only at Weill's do you get values like this. This dress value will be the talk of Bakersfield. Frills . . . ruffles, all the smart new trimmings and effects that make new Spring clothes. Also jacket dresses with fur-trimmed sleeves. It's a savings to buy one of these high value low-priced dresses. Misses' and women's sizes. Main Floor Dress Department WEILL'S Mrs. A. T. Douglass presided ut .a birthday tea In honor of her husband, tho Rev. A. T. Douglass, acting pastor of Calvary Baptist Church on his anniversary, recently, at their home, 1613 Robinson street; A gift and card shower was presented the guest of honor. The house was decked with red valentines and flowers, which were also the gifts of friends. Quests were received by Mrs. Harry E. Oregon. Mrs. Bethel Scott served tho birthday cake afternoon and evening, and Mrs. Robert Mllllgan and Mrs. a. A. Martin served other dainties at the two periods, respectively. Those pouring In the afternoon were Mrs. Z. L. Murray and Mrs. Manford Martin, and In the evening Mrs. Bethel Scott and Mrs. Robert Mllllgan. Attending were Messrs, and Mesdames H. A. Moore, A. P. Bunch, E. C. Baker, E. C. Whltley, E. B. Malnrnma, Z. L. Murray, William Asplttle, Harry Gregor, Sr., G. A. Martin, Robert Mllllgan, G. F. Mender- hausen, Manford Martin, W. G. James, B. J. Moseley, E. Goln, E. E. Arnold, J. W. Weaver; Mesdames Archie Hughes, Bethel Scott, R, A. Dodenhoff, J. A. Robinson, R. M. Sprayberry, P. J. Norrlss, G. Onrber, W. P. Bunas, L. W. Allen, C. A. Galloway, Charles Wood, T. A. Pursoll, M. J. Holder; Misses Nolle Whltley, Goldle Whltley. Ruth Whltley, Florence Petltt, Dorothy Gregor, Grace Martin Betty Louise Mendershaiisen, Annie Lou Scott, Betty Louise Martin Wanlta Murray, Mabel Murray, Mildred Allen, Mary Ellen Allen; Messrs Truett Bunch. Harry Gregor, Jr. Glenn E. Martin, Ray Scott, Arthur Martin, Allan Martin, R. R. Holder Wayne Moseley, Harold Moseley, Alva Hackney, Wayne Pilkel, Leslie Hackney, Gerry Hunt, Charles Rountree, Delbert Jackson, Bill Hackney, Owen Pilkel, Wallace Rountree, Dick Hunt, Kenneth Hackney and Paul C. Do Witt, • e » THEATER PARTY HELD With J. J. Prcssler as host, Miss Jimmie Powell was surprised recently at a birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mahurln, 1412 Third street. The afternoon was spent at the theater; refreshments were served after returning from a show. Games and dancing followed. Those attending Included the Misses Edna Darling, Oma Dlxon, Evalyn Mahurln, Vay Young, Vivian Cook and Joseph Mahurln. sale sponsored by the high school and Junior college P. T. A. in tho lobby of the high school. The candy sales have been popular and tho proceeds have aided many, The Taft Union High School and Junior College held Its . regular Founders' day celebration Monday evening In the domestic science building. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Alice Mattoon, and then turned over to the Founders' day chairman, Mrs. Walter .Campbell. Boy Scout Troop No. 26 brought In tho Lmerlcan flag and their own Scout lag and led In the salute. Tho high school orchestra played and then the speaker of the evening, L. Tomcrlln, was Introduced and gave an Interesting and Informative alk on "Technocracy." After another rchestra selection, candles wero Ighted by Mrs. Mattoon in memory f the founders, Mrs. Phoebe Hearst and Mrs. Alice Blrney. Mrs. Campbell then gave a tribute o tho memory of these two women. Roy. J. L. Smith of tho Baptist "hurch gavo a short talk on the home, first cornerstone of the P. T. A. Mrs. Clyde Campbell spoke on the school; Mrs. Adlla Mulford', the church, and Mrs. G. F. McKlnnle, tho state. .These wore all past presidents of the unit. Mrs. Mattoon then told of tho pur- jose of. the birthday offering which vas taken for extension work. Tho ?. T. A. wish and prayer were given jy the president, and after another selection by the orchestra, Scout Troop No. 26 was given a rising voto of thanks for their part In the ceremony, after which the troop gave the Scout oath, retired the colors nnd repeated the Scout benediction, following which refreshments wero served In the cafeteria. rfonthly Lists Reveal High Scholarship Standards Are Prevailing Bakersfleld High School scholars sprinted" down tho home stretch of fall and winter semester, It was evetled today, with 265 names appear- ng ; on tho honor roll for the month f January. TMis Hat of honor students alned markedly over the previous month and c&mpared , favorably with gures for January of last year, when 63 students won places on the honor oil. The freshman class contributed an nusually high percentage of honor tudcnts 28 per cent of the total num- er. The honor roll, as released today rom the office of H. A. Splndt, prln- Ipal, follows: Emerson P. T. A. will hold Its regular meeting Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Founder's day will be observed with the candle-lighting ceremony. Mrs. Andrew Hancock will speak on Legislation Pertaining to the Schools." These proposed laws are of vital Interest to the teachers and to the taxpayers. Mrs. Metu Sheldon will give a short talk on "Character Forming: of tho Early Adolescent." On account of the storm wo had no January meeting, and our trip to tho Peacock Dairy was postponed untl February 24. Cars will be provided and we hope for a large attendance. At 2 o'clock Thursday, Mrs. Meta Sheldon will conduct .the study circle Her topic this week will be "Soda Life of the Early Adolescent." Mrs. L. J. Benslno was elected president of the Ladles Auxiliary t the United Commercial Bakersfleld Council No. Travelers 663, when CHEESE FOR SPREADING You now can get camembert cheese In a cream form that makes It fine for spreading. It Is excellent to serve with .snlad and wafers. members met Monday night at th home of Mrs. Richard Moore, 20 street. Others chosen were Mrs. W B. Blackaby, vice-president; am Mrs. Norman Delmarter, secretary treasurer. Installation will take place at tin next session, March 13, at the horn of Mrs. J. H. Sandercox, 1329 I street Plans were made for an annua party for members and their husband February 23 at the home of Mrs. L. A Moore, 1914 Second street. Arrange ments will be In charge of Mrs. Larrj Kotsenburg, Mrs. Floyd Parish an< Mrs. J. H. McMillan. Bridge was played with prizes wo: by Mrs. J. A. Sherman and Mrs H. J. Sandercox. Refreshments were In the Valentine motif. Those present Included Mesdame L. J. Benzlno, Harry Jackson, Harol Williams, J. H. McMillan, J. A. Sher man, Joe Jansen, Norman Delmarter Richard Moore, Clyde Robblns, H. B Merywcather, J. H. Sandercox, L. O Moore, Bent Erwln, W. B. Blackaby Floyd Parish and Larry Kotsenburg. Outwit the Depression Demand to Know of Our Facilities Cemetery Burial $30 Cremation Process 45 Stone or Bronze Marker 40 Sectional Burial Vault 25 Mpmiment Prices on Request VERY EASY TERMS ALL PRICES INCLUDE PERPETUAL CARE Consult Our Advisory Department Learn How a Desirable Funeral Service May Be Purchased for as Little as $50 6% INTEREST AU Completed "BEFORE NEED" Purchases Will Earn 6% Interest, Payable Quarterly SAFE FOR YOUR SURPLUS FUNDS Bakersfield Memorial Park, Inc. Main Office—Community Mausoleum Telephone 5032 or 340 Exoluilv* S«rvio6 RtprmnUtlve J. K. McAlpine Land & Development Co., Ltd. VIANY NAMES ON H. S. HONOR ROLL Aldo Actli Bdwtn Adklns Barbara, Aldrlch Opal Aleiandir Alice Andre Thilma Arn«y Marietta Aihbjr Miry FrancN Aahbr Kathryix Atklni Lucille Aytr D»tid Bacon Klmrr llaJl Naomi ntln Bill Baldwin, Jcui nildwln Arthur Uallaih Eleanor Duiduccl Jayne Dartlett Lorraine Biyai Mil DlyUll Karlda Beady Htanley Btnnitt George ]loioae lloftr Dime Jutnltt Bock; Floyd Bowen Lorraine Bmren Mllo Bmren. Helen Bord 1'eerl Ilrarchl Donald Brtwiler Villa Drlte Betty Brock Bernlce Drooki Annette Duck] and lMor«nce Burrowi KiUtleen Campbell Grace Cardnell Illlan Care I'hjrllli Champion Velta Cheerer Kteanor Chevalier Ualrd Chrlitle Catherine Clerley Mavli CUrler Vera Coite Opal Cobb Janice Colllni Maxlne Combf l*aul Combs Maurice Combl Bill Com Verena Comeli«n Kva Coulion Winifred Coulter Elizabeth Cow art Mariaret Cowan Moielle Col Ellin CraU Oeorde Cralr Bonlta Crane Juanlta Crane Marguerite Crrti Margaret Cueraa Phyllli Culbertion Faricta Curran Jack Cutrlfht Edna Darllni Dorothy l)arii Joiephlne DiTli Barbara Day Marguerite DeArmond Salvador Dal Bio Rnyce Denney Mary IHzon Maxlno Dobbi Dorothy Dodion Joe Donat I.llllin Douilu Airnei Droultlard rhllllpi Punford Ftanm Kmbrey Audrey Eilrlbou Dominic Eharabldt Rteren Eberabld* John Fanucehl John rraney Edward Franklin Warren Freeland Bar* Oalleioa Mary Oardett noimarle Olllt Darld Goldbiri Iirael Gordon Alilna Qrauproan Dorli Grew Klliabeth Cribble Gerald Griffith Leille Harknay Dorothy Ilanawalt Dorli Hancock Donald Hare- Adeline Harnu Harry Harpi Herbert Hinll Rrelyn Jlart £relyn Itawklni Cyril llaworth Buth Hoaly Mary Kaffernin noiemary Ualbtlnf Geraldlne Ibiton Waller Illcki ETilyn Hlolni Kuftna Hoacland Huth Hncklni Clifford Hwlel llnbart Ualler Urc«l Ilollm-ar Billy Jlniraqulit, Jciile l*« Ilubbard Iloy Ilubbard Cllflnn iruckaby lllchard Hunt Jane Infalll JTnlen Jarkion Olive Jxrwe Junei Kile Jenien JniDphlne JeweU Alice Jlnt Allre Joflii Marie Keyier Anne Klnt Jean Klrkpalrtck Kulalla Klier 1'eiity Kllpiteln Phyllli Kllpiteln Virginia Krauter 1'eiry Kure Helen Lackey Joiephlne LaMadrll Klolie Lambert Helen Lee Jim Logan Bererly Look Stuart IxiTelao* Mary Luit Howard Maddux Ulalre Mahoney Ann Mandell Barbara Mantun Coiette Mann Donald Marihall Ruth Martlui. Joe Memltburn Mailne Miller Grace Mitchell Jamei MlyaJI Irene Monljomarf Bob Mean Mailne Moore Marian Mortenien Itay Morton Ezra Moia Charlotte Mytn Barl McCutcheon Lillian MrXimara Marie Mrhola Betty O'Brien Larry O'Brien Benle Orlda Irene Palladlne Alberta Parker John Parson i Bleanor Paiqulnl Mildred Pattenon Oeneia Payne Fred Pell Isabel Peiante Jlmntle Powell Charlea Prewett Matlnr Price Kalph Qualla Kathryn Biy Jenny lUdlntton Jean Rench nnbert Reynolds Loutie Illchud Alpha ntden Wllma. Olieden William nobertioe T«m Itobuky Zoe Itoblnion Jamei Bogeri Dorothy Bon Carl Rusjell Humle Saita Buile Sallo Jerene Salmoni Deailo Randera Kmma Handrlnl Louie Rantlbanes Loll Shay Ilnbert Sheldon Barbara Rhomate Kdwtn Shomate Margaret Bhomae* Glen Shore Eleanor Smith Rmll Bmlth George Hmtth Virginia Htafgira Eleanor Rtanoltff I1\5lHi Stancllff Julia Slankey Lalah Btanton KdytheStanton Krm» Stelnert ' Gretchen Stelzner Burnlce Steward Billy BtockUm Mildred Htockton Bobnrt Stockton Jim Shramlar Adeline Stratton Jeanatte SluUman Tim SulllTan Margaret Butbrrltnl Bobart Symmei Kdltli Takahuhl Louli Tangen Lnutie Tatsuno TUymond Tatiuno 5fary Hather Tayler Paul Taylor Fred Thornton Nanml Thornton Barbara. Tlmmoni William Trout Marcellna Uriialqul Mary tTyetanl Jean Wadaworth Francla Walker Dorotliy Ward loulie Wardwell Bui Warford Patricia Waiem. Opal WaJeri I^Vank Wattron Freila Walti lliturt Weldon Jane Whlto Kennon White nernlce Wllllami Charlotte> Wllllemi Dorrli Wllion • Carl Wlnberi Alice Won« Claude Wykei jtaren Yauaiy Flwence Todow lUihert Toung Allre Yura Querlno Zanotto Iiabelle Z«llari fourteenth Annual Banquet March 11 Date of the fourteenth annual ban- uot of tho Beta Phi Sigma fraternity as been set for March 11, according o Itollln Voorhles, chairman. Many ut-of-town reservations have been ecetved. A meeting of valley chnp- ers In elated for tho following day In his city. Further plans will be mada at tonight's business session. Emera Club to Be Hostess at Party on Friday Preparations ware nesrlng completion todsy for the deitert bridge party to be given by the Emert Club of Llbtrtai Chapter No. 362, Order of Emttrn Stan, on Friday afternoon «t Masonic terrfple. Both auction and contract will be played, with dessert served at1i30 o'clock. Reservations for tht party may be made by telephoning Mr*. Harry Miller or Mrs. George Suman. The committee In charge Is headed by Mrs. George Bahrenburg, who Is being aailated by Mesdames D. L. Wlshon, Toby Plymale, J. W. 3. Painter, Florence Creagh, Robert Jones and Roland Hill. The affair la open to all Eastern Stan, member* of affiliated organizations and their friends. Weaving, Painting, Varied Collections Exhibited by Talented Soroptimists Some of Bakorsfleld's most prominent business and professional women have hobbles which they pursue most effectively, judging from the hobby talks and displays at last night's dinner meeting of the Soroptlmlst Club. The dinner held at Hotel El TeJon was a birthday party In honor of Miss Anna Maude . Anderson, Mrs. Grace Cowurt, Mrs. Nolllo Denslow, Mrs. Mabel Doughty, Mrs. Lennlce Eyraud, Mrs. Ordsll I.,atz, Miss Ruth Lyons, Miss Helen Elizabeth Martin and Mrs. Pearl Smith. Woven Article* Among the outstanding hobbles confessed by tho honor guests was tho handwoven art displayed by Mrs. Lonnlce Byraud, city school supervisor, who exhibited lovely rugs and hangings she had made on her own loom. She also showed original scrapbooks aha Is preparing for her small son, an Interesting and entertaining record of dally happenings. Mrs. Latz revealed herself as it devotee of brush and palette In her (Continued on rage Seven) HOW TO STOP A COLD ALMOST INSTANTLY Take Bayer Aspirin according to directions in package. Drink Full Glass of Water. If throat is sore, crush and dissolve 3 Bayer Aspirin Tablets in a half glass of warm water and gargle according to directions. Almost Instant Relief In This Way uine Bayer Aspirin Tablets dissolve with speed and completeness, leaving no irritating particles or grittiness. Get a box of 12 or bottle of 24 or 100 at any drug store. The simple method pictured above is tho way doctors throughout the world now treat colds. It is recognized as the QUICKEST, safest, surest way. For it will check an ordinary cold almost as fast as you caught it. Ask your doctor about this. And when you buy, see that you get the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets. They dissolve almost instantly. And thus work almost instantly when you take them. And for a gargle, Gen- «^ A*k your druggist about the recent price reduction oa 100 tablet size Bayer Aspirin. NO TABLETS ARE GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN WITHOUT THIS CROSS R THIS WOMAN LOST 35 IBS. OF FAT Mlii M. Katntr »f Broklyn, N. V. wrltei: "Hav* utad Krimlwn f*r tha paat 4 mtfltha and have not inly |H| 35 nundi bJt fial •• muih bntttr In avary way. Evtn fir pioili whi din't tar> ti ndu», Krunhin It windtrful l» kill tha lyitint haalthy. I bilni a nun* ihiuld kniw tor I'm trlid u many thlnia but only Kruaihan aniwtrid all luritm." (May 12, 1131). TO IOHO fat SAFKI/r and HARMI/ESST..Y, take a half teuapoonful of Kruschen In a e\u^n of hot water in the morning before breakfast—don't miss a morning—u bottle that lasts 4 weeks costs but a trifle—but don't take chances—bo sure It's Krusohen— your health cornea first—gat It at Kastern Drug Co., Service Drug Co., Hughes Drug Store, 19th and Chester, or uny drug store In America. If not joyfully satisfied after the first bottle —money back.—Adv. GALLAHER'S THIS AD FOR ONE WEEK 15c Quaker Oats, While They Last. . .barrel (Limit Two) Bulk A Cocoanut. fclbs. Peaches, No. 2'/ z .. Q biff 07 A O cans .VfC FLOUR Ideal, 49-lb. Sack..., Ideal, 98-lb. Sack... La Hacienda, 49-lb. Sack... 89c Front Line Coffee... Boiling Meat. 5c Bacon Q .lb. 6c Shortening .8-lb. pail 49c Oval Sardines, Toilet « big Paper V rolls El Tejon Drug Company » H t t OLLIVUKV ;• t H V I C L. \ J. MOOKI-: I . L. I'AHKKU Opportunity of a Lifetime for man or woman willing to put up $2000 to assist in promoting a local enterprise. This money will qualify you to receive n $6000 paid-up interest that can be expected to return very large profits. Your money fully secured by first mortgage on desirable improved real estate consisting of 100-foot frontage pn main highway, suitable for business or residential purposes. Now improved with attractive three-year-old home with modern conveniences and hardwood floors throughout. Fine soil and full bearing fruit trees and grape vines, water for irrigation and domestic use. You can have income from property which should produce at least $180 a year. For full particulars Avrite to Box M-7, The Bakersfield Californian. .

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