The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 16, 1933 · Page 9
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALJFORNIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1933 .COMMUNITY TOTS ENJOY : VALENWEPIY MOJAVB, Feb. l«.-Tues«ay waa a, lula. day for ichool children here, M ^noh grade had a valentine party. Mrs. 'Viola Oenrloh served 88 little. tots -*lth heart-shaped cookies und candy and the kiddles enjoyed the excnanfce of valentines. Miss Delam Wilson seated 10 at a long table, where a big valentine box occupied tho center of the table. Coooa and Individual cake* were served. The cakes were chocolate-covered-shaped ones with the name of tho child 'scrolled In Icing on the top. Mrs. B. E, Wilson and Miss Kathrlne Helms assisted In serving. Mrs. Ruby Rogers hnd R valentine box for her class and served . cookies, cake, chocolate 'and marshniallows. Mrs.. Agnes Saum's class arranged an Impromptu program which was ai follows: Piano solo, "Clayton's Band Muroh," played by Oracle Everett: poem, "The Ballad of Generous Jake," Qlen Burnett; harmonica solo, "Cow. boy's Dream" and "I Have No Use for Women," by 'Robert Harbison • piano solo, Kenneth. Sherrll; ' guitar music, Everett Davis, Howell Batcy and Jack Hodges; poem, "The Rendezvous of Death," by Lew Barney; vo- •cal duet, Grace Everett, Mollte Adams; vocal duet, Nellie Ross, Kathleen White; Miss Julia Ceccarelll accompanied the last two numbers. Mrs. Stephen Hardln and Mrs. Ed »Monroe- baked the cakes. A beautifully decorated box from which tho valentines were taken and distributed was another feature of this delight fully Informal party. : *-•-«• California History Will Be Discussed WASCO, Feb. 16.—"California Hts- ory," by Prank P. Latta of the Shafer High School faculty, will be dts- u.sed Thursday evening at the Congregational church at a program ar- anged for ladles' night of the Wasoo Exchange Club. The lecture will be ireaeded with a. banquet to bo served by members of the Congregational Ladles' Aid at 6:80 o'clock. W. H, Ja- iant Is In charge of the program. Visitors are expected from Delano and Bakersfleld. GIVE LAYETTE SHOWER FELLOWS, Feb. 16.—Mrs. E. ENTERTAINS AT PARTY TAFT, Feb. !«.—JJtlsa Geraldtne OraU entertained at her home at 704 Kern street Monday ovenlng with a valentine party. The evening was devoted to dancing and bridge.' Prt.e. at cards were awarded to the Misses Angle Caldero and Thelma Kilmer and Messrs. Jaok Ro«e and Kline Stewart At the close of the evening refreshments were served to the Misses Thelma Kilmer, Matlo Miller, Angt Caldero, Genevlovc Dohrlng, Hula Venable, Oma VaVtier, and Messrs Kline Stewart, Jack Rose, Harle; Stumbaugh, Clarence ICrause, Fre< gtrickier,'B«b Oalney and the'hostess Miss Geraldlne Gratz. The hostes was assisted in serving by. her par ents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Kasper Orate. VINELAND VINBLiAND, Feb. U.—Mrs. A. J. 'owler ha. returned from the south,, where she visited relatives. Mrs. Luella Combs and sons Merl and .Arlle were Sunday guests at the O. C. Young home. . Neighbors and friends extend tholr sympathy to Mrs.' Bertha Rankln In he loss of her mother, Mrs. Heln, who had made her homo with Mrs. Rankfn for several years. Frank Fisher has gone to San Fran- Mr! and Mrs. Floyd. Clendenon were pleasantly surprised and ch&rlvarled it their new home oft Monday evening by a group of Mountain view and Vlneland friends. .The yinetand P. T. A. Is giving a card party- at the Dl Giorgio Club tall tonight. Bridge and five hundred will be played. Admission of 60 cents a couple will be charged. Mrs. Forrest Frlok attended a D. A. R. njeetlng in Bakersfleld on Tuesday afternoon, E. Phillips of tho Santa Fe was given a layette shower Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. L. Jones,wltn Mesdames C. D. Owen and L. J. Morgan as hostesses. Mrs. Morgan fa- . vored with several vocal selections. Mrs. J. L. Allen accompanied at the piano. Many lovely gifts were bestowed upon the honoree. The hostesses served apple pie with whipped urqam, and coffee to> those present, who were Mesdames Homer Johnson, O. E. Davis, C. L. O'Dell, Ada James, Lester Phillips, Martha White, Leslie ' Miller, L. J. Morgan, Edith Huffman, L.. E. Griffith, C. E. Parsoss, Pearl Johnson, F. E. Flnster, Minnie Waddell, Nannie Coleman, L. E. Barton, Vada Phillips, Clara Lloyd, L. .Thatcher, .1. Weddlo, C. R. Colfax, I. N. Clark, Oeorgre Miller, Violet Harnes, J. L. Allen, M. D. Foster, D. Alley, Miss Marie Giles the hostesses and Mrs. Phillips. MRS, PARISH HOSTESS MCFARLAND, Feb. ie.—Mrs. Din. more Parish was hostess to the mem .pera of the homo department Wednes day afternoon at her home on Harlo avenue. The topic of the day was th planning of community meals, whlc was discussed by Miss Lillian Brink man. There was also an exchange o plants during the afternoon. The topic for next month's meeting will be "Dress Forms." Attending the meeting were: Mesdames Myrtle Neunfeld, Ed Phillips, D. L. Whlsler, C. H. Stiles, Ed Baker, John Moomaw, Clarence Rodgers and F. E. Trask. ATTEND WASCO MEET MoFARLAND, Feb. 16.—Mrs. F. W Dickinson and Mrs. M. B. McFarland attended a meeting of the Fiantern Star at Wasco Monday evening. Following the business session a valen tine party was held and Mr. Dlckln son and Mr. McFarland enjoyed the party also. Vfiss Bryson Gives Valentine Party WASCO, Feb. 16.—Miss Oeroldlno Bryson WM a reoent hostess to a group of friends at a Valentino party. The rooms were beautifully decorated with red hearts and candles. The evening was , spent playing . games for whloh prisea were given, /Those enjoying the evening were Mary Durando, Gene Robinson, Bunetta Tlnnoy, Bvelyn Ooertz, Betty Dolan, Shirley Miller, Barbara Oueth- erlea, Dick Mann, Bruoe Campbell, Jesse Wlnne, Franols Strumph, Edward Holdon, Harry Moore, and Stanton Bryaon. Miss Bryson was assisted In serving refreshments by her mother, Mrs H. O. Bryson. ENTERTAINS CLUB TAFT, Feb. 16.—Mrs. James Frasler entertained members of her contract bridge club yesterday at her home on a. lease near Tatt. A luncheon was served, followed by the afternoon of carcln. Winners at bridge were Mrs Jack Toon, Mrs. George Stewart and Mrs. D. W. Moran. Quests of Mrs Frasler Included Mesdamea Jack Toon, -George Stewart, D. W. Moran Richard Probst, Jack M. Hawkins, Walter M. Keene. Earl Ralney, Clyde Trammel, Dan C. Sill, B. Gay Hoffman and H. G, Barton, McFARLAND MoFARLAND, Feb. 16.— J. B. Mo- Farland returned here Saturday after spending two days In LOS Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dalby and thoir family of Imperial valley, called here to attend the funeral ot Mrs. Dalby's nephew, Floyd Taylor, Jr., who was burled In Bakersfleld Tuesday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Flnloy. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.', and Mrs. George Eggleston at Delano. E. P. Janes, principal of tho local high school, attended a III-Y meeting and banquet In Bakersfleld Tuesday ovenlng. •• _ Mrs. Earl Prior and Mrs. Elmer E. Lobre were shopping In Bakersfleld Monday afternoon. , Lloyd Bartee of Bnkersfleld, studenl at the Junior college, was an overnight #uest Tuesday of Lawrence H. Moomaw lias been nerl at her country home here ilgl et - - „Tetrault. Mrs. ously C. in At present she Is reported to be Improving slowly. 31" '- —— •* rnr hv her daughter Attend Last Rites for Floyd Taylor DELANO, Feb. 16,—Many Delano people motored to Bakorsflold on Tuesday to attend the funeral of Floyd Taylor. These Included relatives, high school friends when he was a student at Delano Joint Union High School, from which ho was graduated, and lodge friends. Among those going were his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver J. Whltton, Ed WhlUen, Mr. nnd Mrs.. V. ID. Whltton, M. E. Whltten, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dyar and Mrs. Minnie D. Smith, aunt by marriage of the young man. Of the friends there were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Korwln, Mesdamea William J, Carter, Ruth Woloott, Ben C. Shearer, Miss Janet Struthers, and Samuel D. GUI and Joseph Bertrand, Jr, Among the Pond district frlenda attending were Mr. and Mrs. Floyt Dlxon, Mr. and Mrs, M. TO. DIxon Fresh Pork Spareribs 12c Eastern Sauerkraut 2 ib, 15c Links 18c PLAN TURKEY DINNER WASCO, Feb. 16.—Mrs. T. R. Smith, chairman of Circle No. 1 of tho Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church, called a meeting of her committee recently at the Wasco library, and plans were made for a turkey dinner to be served In the banquet room of the Methodist church, February 22. The committee in charge of tho affair are Mesdames Rex Smith, C. A. Bewick, S. J. Dement, Delia Bozar, Edward Elmes, Helen Spafford, H. A. Giddlngs, Dewey Brlges, John Quiring, Miss Myrtle Booth and Miss Gladys Bennett. ENJOY VALENTINE PARTY MOJAVE, » Feb. 16.— The ' Junior Christian Endeavor members had a joyous time Tuesday when they met at the church for a valentine party from 5 to 7. Outdoor games were enjoyed. Supper was served by Mrs. E. E. Wilson, Mrs. Emerlck and Mrs. Carol Thompson. A box social will be held by the Ladles' Aid on Thursday nlRht. Everyone is Invited to ••come and' bring a box of lunch that .•will be sold to the highest bidder. MEETING DATE CHANGED . FELLOWS, Feb. 10.—The date for the matrons, associate matrons and] past matrons' association luncheon to be held in Fellows at the Masonic temple, will be Saturday, March 18, Instead of February 18, as pervlously announced. HOME FROM SOUTH SHAFTER, Feb. 18.—Mrs. Thomas Wedge, Miss Annabelle Wedge, Mrs. Don TjVedge and two children, Tom and Donna, returned from a week-end^ trip to Long Beach Monday. ' SCHUUPS NEWS T°| E WEEK k_^/» /*/ IT'S WASHINGTON'S ~ lRTHDAV.So DON'T TCUI. A ME / THERE PtI . IN TME PANTTttV-l ONLY ONE.' HOWSHD THAT HAPPEM WELJU, »TS ~ < tlH THER.5. \ DlI-frN'T See Twe OTHER. / CMC If you want to bake delicious pies and pastries—come her* for Casa Loma EQB* and Newell's Milk and Cream, as well as other Ingredients. Purity and freshneas, cleanliness and quality are guaranteed. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I Tie 22e Ca.a Loma Eggs, U. S. Extra Large doz Golden State Butter, Quartered Ib. Golden State Butter, Solid Jell-well Pkg Borden'a . \Mllk tal Snowdrift ft-lb. tin Plll.bury Cake Flour Plll.bury Pancake Flour. large pkg. (Bring In Your Coupon) Be 5e AM ftfcV 32e 32e 67c Hill. Red Can Coffee Ib. 2-lb. Tin, 62c Schilling or Ben Hur Drip or Regular.. .Ib. Maxwell Houae Coffee 2-lb. tin HEINZ SOUPS, No. 2 Tina— Oyster, Vegetable, Celery, Aaparagua, Beef Broth, Noodle or 9 ay* Tomato at for * IB Heinz Tomato Q 9Rjk Juice V for aWB S. A W. Pineapple, Siloed or Cru.hed, " IA No. 1 Tins \. IUB Van Camp*. Pork and Beans medium White AQ. King large pkg.AvG 5c Try the New Golden Crust Breakfa.t Loaf—Contain. / Nut, and Raisin.—Delicious ib. loaf Hc Sugar, Cane. bag 46e White King Soap..... Wilbur—MEATS—Wyatt Armour'. Star Skinned Hams Half or Whole u I3c FREE! )/a-lb. Pkg. Armour". Star Bacon With One Ib. Cottaga Chee.e.. Loin and Round Steaks Lb. 20c Armour's Star Bacon (/ 2 -lb. I! Pkg. I 16 Leg of Pork Roast Lb. Me Legs of Baby Lamb t Ike Lb. Little Pig Sausage I6e Lb. Prime Steer Beef Roast Lb. Me PALMS ORIl/f (N MARKtf rnec \] PMONt (J7( Foods forTh riff For Friday and Saturday GROCERIES 3,,,26e 5e Olives, No. 1 Tin. Milk, All Brand., Tall Cans ...each Monarch Strawberries, In Heavy Syrup, No. 2. Quaker Oat. large alse Appeteasers, Spiced Wafers for Lunches. jtfftl* or Salad. ",111* Black Mission A Fig. £ Ibs. (Cellowrapt Packages) Sugar, IA MM- Cloth Bags.. Illlbs. Vtv Sour or Dill Pickle. In Quart Jar. Monarch Coffee, 9Qf* Vacuum Packed, Ib. tin fc«Jv Heinz Sour Pickle. gallon can Monarch Grapefruit, Peeled and Skinned No. 2 tin I8e Small Loin or Rib Pork Chop. Ib. Leg Pork (Young Corn-Fed) Ib No. 1 Prime Steer Roa.t. Ib. Fresh Dressed Hen., 3J/ a to 4-lb. Average... .Ib. MEATS I6c I2}c I3c I7c WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF FISH, OYSTERS, RABBITS, COLORED HENS AND FRYERS Bunch Vegetables. Cauliflower Celery Hearts Lettuce _ for Idaho Russet Potatoes; No. 1; 25-lb. bag.. Banana. C Ulba. VEGETABLES 2 for 5c I5e lOc »* for .3 for 3 ,„ lOo 38e 26c Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ladd. ANYWAY LOOK H COFFEES SATISFY! lie Phillips Pancake and Waffle^ Flour and O Oata Wpkga. White King Granulated Soap .large size Monarch Grape 9fl(k Juice 7>int •»"* Quart, 35c Red Sour Pitted ' Cherries.. .gallon can Trupak Sauerkraut* 2[/ 2 s Trupak Palora Peaches... No. 2>/ 2 tin Butter, Colorado Gold or Clov- erbloom, Quartered 9(|(k In Cartons Ib. «Ww Monarch Hominy, ' Super Quality... .No. 21/2 tin Snowdrift Shortening.. .6-lb. can Heinz Apple 90* Butter 2-lb. Jar »WB Phone 5400 for Delivery Service Baby Lambs Are Her*—1933 Plenty of Fresh MlmV-Any Cut at Specal Price* Prime Steer and Baby Beef Roast, Ib. IQc Lean Leg off Pork Roast . . . . Ib. lie Prime Steer Loin and Rib Steaks . Ib. IBo Cut Any Thickness Prime Rib Roast, Rolled .... lb.22o Rib Boll and Stew lb.Sc Choice Veal Roast ..... . Ib. I4e T-Bone Steaks . Ib. 26e Armour's Star Hams, Parts . . . Ib. He 3 Large Slices Ham 23e Leidy's Pickled Pork ...... Ib. Be Leidy's Sweet Pickled Corned Beef, No Bone Ib. I3e FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS—FRESH DRESSED POULTRY Grocery Department SUNDAY SUGGESTIONS For Breakfa.t With Our Extra Select Egg. Pig Link IB- S.u.age Ib. • W Country Bulk 191.% Sausage Ib. 1*2* Fresh Side Pork, Sliced Ib. of coffttl You'll « 9 rtt they DO •itiffy—in Flavor—in Aroma—in FittnntM—In Economy. Slop at your I.G.A. store—today. Edison Gripe- fruit Large Orange*. Hothouse Rhubarb. Fresh- . Tomatoes. AVOCADOE8, EGGPLANT, CUCUMBERS, FRESH PINEAPPLE, FRESH BEANS AND GREEN PEAS Sales Week February 17 to 23, Inclusive Bakersfield Market, Inc. 1618 Nineteenth Street BLEND "G" BLEND "A" BLEND Ib. 27c Ib. 25c lb.2lc Del Monte Peaches No. 2 ft Monarch Super Quality Telephone Peas No. 2 Can 13c KELLOGG'8 WASHINGTON MARKET PHONE 1083- 1917-1919 L Street FREE DELIVERY Friday and Saturday Specials LUCERNE MILK (Limit) Cry.tal White -| A Soap IV bar. 25c Silver Thistle Brand Fruit or Berry Jam; 2-lb. 6-oz. jar Mother 1 . Oata; with premium.. .pkg. 25c HILLS BROS. COFFEE Red Can , b 32c 2 , b . 62c Jell-well, all flavors... 6 P k 0 .25c O. M. Cream Style Tiny Kernel No. 2 L Old Dutch Cleanaar. 2 canslSC Strongheart Dog Food 4 can.25C Pot Roa.t. ib 9c Sirloin Steak. .Ib 15c Rib Stew. .,b.7c Hamburger or Pori< S?usage. 2 , b , 17c Pork Chops Pork Roaat, ,b9c Chuck Steak. ib.llc ALL BRAN MAYONNAISE SPINACH SALMON BAKING POWDER CALUMET I. G. A. TRUPAK PINK PALACE BRAND Large I Tl^ Pkg. I 1C Pint Jar No. 2J/2 Can No. 1 Tall Can 1-lb. Can Walnuts 2lbs. 25c Sperry's Pancake and I R|% Waffle Flour, Ige. pkg. I «H» Wheat Hearts 20-oz. pkg. Blaqulck Softasllk, the Cake Flour large pkg. 29e 25e ASPARAGUS PACK 9c Large Pkg. ROLLED OATS I. G. A.—QUICK COOKING PURE—DODGE BRAND—ALL VARIETIES PRESERVES Ife Small Pkg. I. G. A. BROOMS PORK AND BEANS "A" GRADE VAN CAMP'S .MOc 45e Can DC Sugar-Cured Bacon .... .ib. lie Oleomargarine 2 ,b,13t Cabbage .b.lc Dry Onions 5 lb,.9C Potatoes .251*25c Juice Oranges. doz. CRISCO 3-lb. canSOc PITTED DATES, I. G. A., 10-oz. pk. I5c TOMATO JUICE I. G. A.—No. 1 Tall Tins I. G. A. GELATINE OVALTINE DESSERT POWDER 50c Size 3 , or 20c I7c 39c $1.00 Size STORE LOCATIONS BELL'S GROCERY BOO L Str««t Phon* 1893 MARTY'S GROCERY 1517 F Str««t. Phons 803 COOPER'S GROCERY 2430 Nineteenth St. Phone 2955 AMERICAN GROCERY 808 Baker St. Phone 61» LIBBV'S. GROCERY 1000 Paolflo St. Phone 1760 FEI8TER'S MARKET Marlcopa UNION MARKET and GROCERY eighteenth and K St.' Phone 272 FINSTEH GROCERY Fellows E. C. DALE Ford City String Beans, No. 2 Cans . , , . I4c WESTLAKE Salmon, Tall Cans . 9c WESTLAKE Fresh Lima Beans, No. 2 Can . . . . 9c WESTLAKE Pineapple, No. 2i Can I3c EXTRA LARGE Fresh Eggs doz. I7c Rinse Small ... 2 for I9c Large ..... I9o Lux Toilet Soap, 3 for I So Lux Flakes . . small, 2 for 19c; large, 22c Lifebuoy Soap ...... 3 for I9e Hills Red Coffee . . I lb., 32c; 2 Ibs., 62c Cloverbloom Butter, in Quarters . . Ib. I9c Johnson's Glo-Coat .... pint can 75c One Johnson's Glo-Coat Applier. . • 76o Total $1.50 All for 98e 2-lb. Can Our Mother's Cocoa . . . 23c Delicatessen Dep't NELLIE BARTLETT, Proprietor Special Salads for Elite Parties Best Foods Campbell's Tamales 3for 250 Martini Rossi Cordials Fresh String A Beans •> Cottage Cheese Peanut Butter 2 for 18c Mayonnaise 25e Bulk, Pint Stuffed Olives Jars for 28c FINNAN HADDIE ALASKA QOD 46c Lb. Freeh Green Pea. Large *| Artichokes W Snowball Cauliflower, A Large Heads... •» San Diego Celery, Large A Stalks £ .b* 25c .b. 35c for 25C ^ I5c for I5C Fresh Green Broccoli ^ Iba. Extra Fanoy Newtown Pippin Apple. Golden Ripe Banana..... Large Arizona Grapefruit.. Sweet Juice Orange..... We Carry Only First Class Fruits and Vegetable. 4 lb . 26c town 8 „ 25e 5, b .26c 5 ,, 26e 3 doz. 26c

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