The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 15, 1944 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 15, 1944
Page 11
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0MFOX TONIGHT at 6:45 TOMORROW at 1:30 MR -GREATEST DRAMATIC TRIUMPH And ANDREWS SISTERS LEO CARRILLO in t g^g SB m N I L, LAST TIMES TONIOHT PLUS— ONE MYSTERIOUS NIGHT INVISIBLE WAN'. Kf. ;N(jl Starts Tomorrow at 12 Noon Chrstrr MORRIS Ruth WAR R ICK ULIKOKNIA OPENS 2 DAYS ONLY TODAY Doors Open 1:30 flllHK FiytMHSON | rtttrUME I CtMpTOIMS I Victor FMNCCN | Continuous Show From 12 Noon NOW • TOM KEENE "Lout Star Law Man" HUMPHREY BOGART "ACROSS JHE PACIFIC" 1721 I9tli ST. 12 Noon Tomorrow Doors Opon 11:30 a. m. CARTOON * CARNIVAL FOR KIDS ' ^ From 6 to 60 •8—Funmakers—B Chapter 6 "DESERT HAWK" and .DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT EL PATIO ;* PAVILION ^ 1.. Hilm Wert at (UfMfltM •p Taft Hltbwwr NO BETTER FLOOR., IN KERN COUNTY Mu*l« by QUELL 40HN80N iml HIB • RHYTHM RANCH PAIJI 'learning by Doing" Boy Farmers' Motto "Learn by Doing," motto of East Bakersfield High School Future Farmers of America, is being carried out in actual practice by freshmen and sophomore vocational agriculture classes, according to Walter Shore, agriculture instructor. Almost an acre .of ground in the 2300 block on Pacific street is being farmed by the students. Several crops especially suitable to this area have been grown. In June, string beans and sweet corn were harvested. Sweet potatoes and peanuts, growing now and doing well, will be harvested soon. Planting and harvesting will he carried on each month of the school year, with students studying growth of different varieties of plants. A "cover" crop of cow peas grown during the summer is now ready to be plowed under as a soil builder. "The boys enjoy the work," Mr. Shore said, "and have an opportunity to combine practical work with textbook theory." Boys who have worked on the project this semester include Robert Bonas, Cecil Holllngsworth, Billy Maxwell, Fred Mears, Roland Pair, .Toe Steincr, Hubert Wilson, James Bittle, Herbert Percy, David Sampson, Carl Aired, Ronald Bohne, Dick Clayton, Den/sol Comstock, James Greenlee, Buddy Johnson, Wayne McDaniel, James Pair, and William Payne. RIVER Friday, Saturday Oene Autry in "TUMBLING TUMBLEWEED" March of Time CARTOON NEWS Saturday Matinee Only Chapter 8, "The Phantom" 'ARVIN Friday, Saturday O'SHEA Chapter 10, "The Phantom" Friday, Saturday i I Georgtl CARTOON NEWS Saturday Matinee Only Chapter 13, "The Phantom" to the Music of Bob Sisson and His Orchestra SATURDAY in Kern County's Most Popular D^nce Spot in Downtown Bakerseld Within Easy Walking Distance ON THE CORNER OF SIXTEENTH and "EYE" Admission 60c Including Tax Servicemen SOc Including Tax Open Dally at 12 Noon Friday, Saturday East Sida Kids in "MILLION DOLLAR KID" ' Don (Rod) Barry in "JESSE JAMES, JR." Chap. 7, "Ticar Woman" Cartoon Newt It I ALTO® "In Our Tlma" "••yond tha Last Frontier" Chap. 10, "Secret* Service" Cqrlicue Egg Laid by Local Hen QUESTION-MARK TAIL COMPLETES THUMB-SIZED ODDITY A barnyard .oddity in the form of a two-tone, brown and white thumb-sized egg: with a curlicue question ninrk tail was laid by a hen belonging to Mrs. Adeline Munis, 2304 O street. Which of her dozen Khode Island^ Reds is responsible, she cannot say, but she has her suspicions. 75,000 Women Serve Country JYith Navy In a recent celebration of the second anniversary of the WAVES it was noted that more than 75,000 women are now serving their country in navy blue. In two years, the Women's Reserve has become a vital part of the United States Xa'vy, according to Bakersfield Navy Re- cruter Leroy C. Spicuzza. Women between the ases of 20 nnd 3fi with no children under 18 and at least two years of hiph school are urged to apply for enlistment at the Navy Recruiting Station, room 4, post office building, Bakersfield, telephone 2-S2(i9. 31 CREWMEN RESCUED RKIIOBOTH BEACH, Del., Sept. 15. (JP) —Thirty-one crewmen of the "~iO-tnn Freighter Thomas Tracy, which went aground here yesterday, rested safely today after coast guardsmen brought them ashore In breeches buoys shortly before the stricken vessel broke in two during the east coast hurricane which whipped this southern Delaware port. DISTRIBUTIVE AID PROBEDJT MEET MISS BITNER ATTENDS CONFERENCE IN NORTH IKE YOUNG Tenor Sax Man and His Swing Band Will Appear at Union Ave. Ballroom 3 Miles South on Highway 99 Sunday, September 17 Ike Young, brilliant tenor sax man, will lead one of the best swing bands in Kern county into Union Avenue Ballroom Sunday evening for your dancing pleasure. Featured with the band is Ernest Kelly, pianist, known as the "Young Father Mines." Dancing 9 to 1 Popular Prices • Quick . Careful . Convenient We specialize in fast service in the repair and rebuilding of shoes. Complete Stocks of Leather and Rubber EXIEKT CLEANING AND DYKING VICTORY SHOE SHOP 1533 Twentieth Street Across From Pioneer Mercantile Proposals and recommendations : for the best possible procedures in j teaching courses in the field of, dis- ! tribntive education received major • emphasis during a statewide confer- ! ence on distributive education held | last week at Stanford University j and attended by Miss Dorothy Bit- | ner, merchandising instructor at ] Bukersfield High School and Junior j Coilegc. | Called by the bureau of business ' and distributive education of the ' California state department of edu- i cation, the five-day conference ( brought together coordinators and teacher-co-ordinators of distributive education in schools throughout the state. Presiding was Dr. Ira W. Kibby, chief of the bureau of busi- j ness and distributive education. | ! Purpose of the conference was to ! enable the distributive education rep- I resentativcs to become thoroughly ; familiar with latest methods of train- I ing students, both youth and adults, : in school and on the job. With more j people employed in the distributive ! services than in any other fields, it i was emphasized that there is a need for efficiently trained workers in order that improved services will be passed on to the consumer, Miss i Bitner reported. Dexter Speaks The conference included several outstanding features, Miss Bitner stated. In an address Dr. Walter K. Dexter, state superintendent of public instruction, pointed out that in every postwar period the place where some of the greatest progress took place was in the field of education. Dr. H. K. McDaniel, chief of the bureau of vocational rehabilitation, spoke on 'Vocational Aids to Youth in Making Vocational Choices." He discussed guidance in ! distributive functions, in the adjust- j ivc functions and in the adaptive j function. | Vocational guidance is given to j aid the youth in distributing his j time effectively between his school courses and his other activities. v The adjustive function of vocational guidance is to aid each individual to make necessary adjustments and to grow in his course of study. The adaptive function in guidance is concerned with the study of the individual. School and job data should be studied together by counselors in ; order to help the individual as much | as possible, Miss Bitner stated in commenting upon the address given by Doctor McDaniel. Personality Course Another highlight of the conference was the brief, but highly concentrated, course on "Business Personality Training" presented to all in attendance by Dr. William R. Blackler, special supervisor of vocational education, state department of education. The course was first giver, at the request of business organizations, but has been adapted to the field of distributive education in schools, Miss Bitner reported. The object of the course, which may be given by Miss Bitner for local businessmen and women, Is to help make those engaged in distributive services more effective in their work as the result of self-analysis. Self- inventor}' tests were given during the course. A unit on "The Technique of the Interview" was presented during the conference and proved exceptionally helpful, Miss Bitner declared. Mrs. Frances Torbert, co-ordinator of distributive education for San Diego county schools presented this feature, which embraced a pattern for counselors, department heads, personnel directors and others with personnel responsibilities : Jn handling personnel adjustments through the Interview method. A meeting of the Distributive Education Club was held during the conference. Miss Bitner is secretary- treasurer of this statewide organization. gaherrtieib Calif ornum Frldoy, September 15, 1944 DANCE WHERE VRIENDS MEET R. K. <U<»<er> EVANS WITH HIS VICTORY UANCK ORCHESTRA EVERY SATURDAY MtiHT UNION AVENUE BALLROOM Modern and old-time dancing—no .iitter- buBBing—every Saturday nlcht AdmloRlon fiOe Flu* Tax UanclnE 9 to 1 COUNTY SEASON TICKETS for 1944-1945 Go on Sale Tomorrow Tracy's Music Store 1623 Nineteenth Street Tickets at $12.50, $10.50, $8.50, $6.50 Students: $8.25, $7.25, $6.25, $5.25 * .Mail Orders Also Accepted Including Tax EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Modern and Old-Time Dancing W. H. lint, ealtaw «f MMHr DIMM OMW LittMii ••< His ••» Owls FvriUhlni Mis Msilo AMssiM Us, Tax lie Us Jtttsrbus Us Starts ie Lsvlts THE BARN Boll Torraco and Stlno Road TaT • Mm Calvw CALVERT SPEC. LORD CALVERT THREE FEATHERS SCHEHLEY "Clear Heads Choose Calvert PH. 2.20 CALVERT RESERVE Ft, 2.47 RESERVE 40% Pre-War Whiskies and 60% American Grain 5th 3.97 RESERVE 40% Pre-War Whiskies and 60% American Grain 5th 3.97 CROIX ROYALE VODKA Vodka may be nsed the same ai whiskey or gin now. Rrg. 4.28. 5th 3.84 BACARDI RUM "Nothing lakes the place of Bacardi" M 4.13 CREAM OF KENTUCKY Double Rich One of the Better Known Wliiskie* 5th MORTON'S GIN A Compound Dry Gin 3.24 DALVA'S BRANDY IMPORTED-5 Year« Old 5th 4.85 Pts. 3.31 GREEN RIVER Blend of straight whi.-kiei and American gruin 5th 3.24 pt. 1.95 MORTONS iCOMPOVMJ DRY GIN ROMA VINTNERS SELECT Port, Sherry or Muscatel s»h 97c Dinner Wines 5th 94* PETRI WINES Port, Sherry, Mutcalel or White Port » 1.06 Dinner Wine* 5th 87* CHRISTIAN BROS. Kubv Pori, Golden Sherry or Muscatel 5th 1.25 OPEN AT 12 NOON 13O9 Ninotoonth Stroot 1S40 Chostor Avonuo 9SO Baker Stroot 31 Mhfrry* S<«r«« I* Talltorala Dinner Wines 5th 1.18 CLOSED SUNDAY 31 Chostor Avonuo Cornor North Chootor and Moborts Lano

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