The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 28, 1944 · Page 3
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Industrial Arts Head Named for Schools Dole Easter Will Take Over Ne Position in County Half Kastpr, who hus taiiKht industrial arln the past .six years ;it lion- tfi'e.Vi lias been appointed supervisor of industrial arts for the Kern county si'lionls. a new po.«t created tlilii year by Loo 13. Hart, county school tiupcrintenilt'lit. This work will be carried on through the use of a mobile truck carrying Industrial arts equipment that is taken to the various rural schools for a half day's demonstration of industrial art work. The industrial arts program was instituted in the rural schools by Kay Messlnger, agriculture supervisor, who found demands of time too heavy. Mr. Easier attended Chico State College, fhico Stain Summer School and also had special work at San Jose Slate, L'Diversity of C'aiU'ornia nt Berkeley and at Santa Barbara. He began leaching in -Monterey in 133S. You don't need a gun to fight I ha captain said be had to know what was up at the head of that gully. So the sergeant took a couple of volunteers and crawled up there. They knocked the whey out of two machine guns and killed eight Germans. Then they crawled back with the information. Thlf actual happening shows what's winning this war — American willingness to do the necessary job and do it plus. If the captain asked you to reconnoiter a bullet-buzzing gully, you'd try, On the home front, you can do an important job, too. You can put in some good licks for your War Chest. For their War Chest campaigns, many western communities are now organizing. Today, these War Chests seem to be doing things for everybody — from the unfortunates of war-stricken countries to, possibly, that sergeant's kid brother. Their drives mustn't fail. You've heard lots about manpower shortages. Well, the War Chests really have one. Only think of how many people in your community have moved, and you'll realize the fix most War Chest organizations are in. The captain now fighting used to do his part as a volunteer worker. This year someone must do it for him — and for thousands like him. Since the Japanese have been shoved back on their own doormats, perhaps you've been relieved of your civilian war duties. That gives you an opportunity to do something more. Give your local War Chest a hand! Call the Chest today, and volunteer to work your street, your block, your office, your plant, or anything else you can do. If you don't know how to get in touch with the Chest, call us. We know! E flog, with 3 ilon, awarded to our Richmond lUfintry STANDARD OF CALIFORNIA Used Radios Radie and Appliance Co. Fox ThMtr* BuiEdlni Mil H Strut, Dill 4-4IBI Pictures of Kern Men Sent by Bases FOH INDUSTRIAL ARTS —Children of Kern county rural schools will be given an opportunity to get acquainted with tools used in industrial arts work when Ihis mobile truck brings them to each school. A band saw, a circular saw, forge, lathe and work bench and Varied tools are carried on the truck. AVhen the sides are lel'l down they form a platform on which the students stand to walch I be demonstration. I TRANSPORT CRASIIi KILLS 7 LOXDOX, Aug. 28. (^—Twentysix persons, were killed early today when a lar^e air transport erashed intn a lions military air land. 'The plane crew. cupanls of demolished. near the trans-Atlantic base at Prestuick, Scot- dead included 7 of the 14 passengers and 5 oc- j the house, which was Use 'Vaseline' Petroleum Jelly on sunburn and all minor burns. It's the first aid treatment used for burns on our battlefrontsl JIK.ADS XK\V nKI'AUTMEXT— Leo H. Hart, county school superintendent, has named Dale Easier, of Monterey to fill the post of supervisor of industrial arts in rural schools. McFAKLAXI) ( Ot Nt II. MEET McFarland. Aug. _'X.-— The Mcl'ar- lan Co-operating Council, a civic organization, will meet at the community hall, Tuesday, August 29 al 8 p. 117., Secretary Wilma Hoot announced today. The installation of the community service honor roll will come up for further consideration as well us numerous civic problems. Survey of Democratic Voters in Kern Set I'lans lor a com|irelieiisi\ <j survey of Democratic volcrs in Kern county will be made tonight al a meeting in the courlliou.se 1 of the Democratic central committee, Wiley C. Dorris, Hakersl'ield attorney, said today. At the meeting, which will bring together representatives of labor, agriculture and business, Dorris said steps would be taken to join the city and county party organizations into a "compact unit" 1o "bring out the vote in November." The meeting of the city Democratic committee will be held in the courthouse at S p. in., Wednesday, to discuss further plans for financing the campaign of President Itoosevelt, Dorris said, and to lake sleps for Ihe organization of Kern county in his support. This will include a block- to-block canvass of voters. A report from Xational Chairman Hubert llanncgan was received yesterday, which urged that "the people, must vote even if they have to vote Republican—but in view of 1'resident Tlooscvelt's record, wo know they'll \ ole Democratic." Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Franchise* Bottler: Pepsi-Cell Bottling Company of Bakersfield Socialist Candidate Will Speak at Temple Kdwnril A. Teichcrt, Socialist Labor .Party candidate for president, will speak at 8 p. m. Tuesday, in the Labor temple at "lilt I street, according to local labor authorities. Mr. Teichcrt is conducting his campaign on the platform which states that society stands where the road forks, lie says that one points to a continuation of capitalism and Ihe other leads to socialism. NOTICE! ITCHIMGSKIH SUFFERERS COOTHING, specially medicate^ *-' Resinol gives wonderful relief daily, to countless sufferers from itchy burning of dry eczema, minor rectal irritation, simple rashes ... Try it for long-lasting comfort! RESINOL THE CALIFORNIAN Enables You to Save 20 Cents on Children's Circus Tickets Offer Open to All Children Under 12 Years of Age THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN Through Special Arrangement With Cole Bros. Circus (One of the Largest in the World) Will Offer Regular 60c Children's Tiekets for Only 40 Including Tax Tickets on Sale at The Californian Office From 11 A. M. to 2:30 P. M. TUESDAY AUGUST 29 Adults May Purchasi These Tiekets f jr tht Children Good at Afternoon Performance Only TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 THE 40c TICKETS CkNNOT BE PURCHASED AT CIRCUS GROUNDS! MYSTERY OF CUTS APPEARING IN PAPER EXPLAINED ot our 1.1 Calipa rents sons in "\\liy. heirs :> pi.-i in i .lolinny in The Rakeisi'i forninan!" exclaimed the of one el' Kern enmity's the sei vice of bis cr.iinlry. Johnny's parents didn't briny his picture to the i.ewspapers. so you too. may wonder bow the cut was obtained. Every inorning, The California!! library receives government releases sent out by public relations offices of navy, aiiny and marine stations all over the 1'nited States. Although most of these releases contain only inlormation of graduations, promotions, or decorations, some rf them include pictures of the serviceman or woman. Since January of IIML 1 . full pages of the servicemen a.id women's pictures have been published each week. At present there arc •Jn.n.'iO cms on file in the library, fill I of them being of servicemen and women. Kern county residents bring snapshots and portraits of mi':n- bers of their family to the library daily. When these are brought in. data on the member of the armed forces is written on a yellow form and after being \ised is filed with the cut. All pictures obtained from individuals may be picked up at the library. &fae JJafeersfielb Califomian Monday, Aug. 28, 1944 3 PERSONAL MENTION SI;I!';I:.\\T AXU .\n;s. mnv.uiD I >i;.\ K'l Kl!, .in.. :i\f ;inn"unrin~ thi> :i nival nf th'-ir 1'ii-^t child, a Kiby flaimhtrr, l>.tni August I 1 :', at th'- t'.iinilv h"n)p in f )f|.'i nt». \\Vi^h- \IIK v'.j pounds, tin- littl" cir! hus bci-n naoif''!. IHannP Kay FMac-cr. and is U-iuu wclcnmcrl by Mr. and Mis. Kdivarrl Draeger. Sr., «f Me- l-'arland. and Mrs. fVitha Kitih "t' [»<'!;mn. :: ra ivlparfti ts. MI: A.VI> MI:S. I'UFKOIID <"n.\n- Ti:KK. and flaughtcrs. Hainan Ann and Ina l.ca, and Miss An- t"nia. I'anusis Ivivo I'fturn^d in T.'il'f from a t>\ r, Ufi'k's vacation spent, a i MOIHI Lake. MI'.S. .IOU IMTc'IIKOim, C.-ii-l Johnt-!"ii. Jr.. ami Kiisenp *'alhoun have ii'turiicd in Tatt. after .spending thf weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Slagfrman at. their hoine In Santa Monica. THIO KKVp:UEND OTHA FLOYD AVORDKN. pastor of the Delano Full Onsprd Church, has returned to Delano from ;i two weeks vacation which took him to Sprlnjr- field. Mo., \vhf> re the head office nf his church is located, to Big Springs, T"xay, ;md to Kiowa, Me- Alesler, and Henryetta, Okla. MF:. AND MF!S. r>[-:AN BAXTER, and thfir =-in, Teddy, have re- tinned to their Delano home from a two-weeks vacation spent at Merced with thpir parents and prand- pa rents, and a Modesto and San Francisco. MR. AXD MRS. ALBERT SCOTT and daughter, Bobby, have returned to their home at Chow- rhilla, after a recent visit with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Scott, and daughter, Mrs. Milo Lisenhee of Delano. M. II. WIXXKR— Staff Sergeant Paul II. Huff of Cleveland. Tenn., tough paratrooper from World War I hero Sergeant York's neighborhood, has been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. laUe York, lie won honor in face of (lerman machine-gun fire, killing ^7 and capturing LM. _ After working in your Victory Garden— TREATtYOURSELF TO AMMGE Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey BRAND If you're doing your part on the home front and would like to reward yourself occasionally, pour yourself a bit of Old Hermitage! Bnhrmlan Ulstrihnllnr Company 03 I'rool 121 Twenty -stub Strrrt. Hakernfield. California I HERMITAGE | ••»• I ••'tuny nta 1 ••won wnntK TOYS OWENS TOY STORE '"•* * CHRISTMAS CARDS Our Beautiful New Line on Display Girds and f.il'ls for Armed Forces Overseas Must Be Mailed Between Seplomber 15 and October 15 DOLLS Horseman, F and Bees, Halco, Ideals and Best of Dolls Fountain I'eii. Coiililins IVn and Pencil Sets :Mtine School Hinders 1 25 Tinker Toys ABC Blocks Educational Toys Children's Books Panda and Teddy Bears Jig Saw Puzzles STEEL RULES 6 Feet Long SPRING TAKEUP 39c Doll Buggies Wagons Scooters Large Play Pens Table, Chair Sets Blackboards FOOTWEAR SUBJECTS THAT ARE EASY TO TAKE Shoes Ihat can "take il" in or oul of the classroom, in styles suitable for big or little feel... loafer types ... moccasin toes ... saddle and wing-lipped oxfords. $Q99 „„,$/!99 3 4 ! Use Airplane Stamps No. 1 and 2 in Ration Book No. 3. DOWNSTAIRS SHOE DEPT.

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