The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 28, 1944 · Page 7
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's I? f Ideal This Christmas YOUR PORTRAIT Registration Possible for Evening School Classes OL*! -V.V_. >X£ •• • • • •tttarc;;;.-. v fc sftW 4 1 -*-•-» 1 • .' »** *.*».+ »_• :*.« *. '•+.** -p>.4_« * * * •"»*p*i _*.+ *.* v.-.v, F - ' . * - * - > F :*V.V ••:•.•: .».•_•-*. •_•-'.''•• • t. **.***.* * * • • i I ,v*v; " » 4 » t • >,.-.• L-: •:•?*:••:«: «* •-•.'. :*-- i •*•»••*'*• _•_•_ •_• * * . - 1 •_*.*.i.« • *_•_ -".•.- '_ v-v. < iiirtiti,•••!••» r r t t i • • • . • m m* * j . -' i i r r t * i i '••-«.*.•-•• -V 1 I • * 1. -r r — . - r m — • • v v I •'.•.' *•••'•.' • A A M ^ '*"•"• * 'i *'•"•'•" r' . •*•**• *.4 I • " ' .*.*»*.* -•-•.<; * • * • • - r i -* V.V*Vt* • . , , .1 *i ' > * •x-x .,^ ; . ; ;v;v", v;*xv -•**. .***.*_ .-'_• * -.- • - »•*_*.*:* •%%:.' _• • • ^i *••:••• *»-•. > i F * 1 -!tV. Ma .•-* • ••'-*-* • %.'.%• • 4ti<l*i . . p | ,-.--• _1^ •;* .on; :•>:•:• .• • :• .'.i .'*s*» <-*^ '»:».» ft p »Ti'i-» ?i-v-V: 11»i • V- v.v • r .•-».•. registration* for ;i wide variety of adult night school classes is stilt possible, it was announcofl by Guy \V. Garrard, principal of Bakcrsficld Kvening High School and Junior College, who reported that the attendance in the classes is gratifying. Scheduled to begin tonight is a new class in art and art appreciation, given by the evening: school in co-operation with the Bakersfield Art Association. To be taught by Mrs. Ruth Emerson, the course will be held from 7 to 10 p. in. the second and fourth Wednesday nights. Tonight will be the first meeting of the class. Pictures provided by the Art Association will be observed by class members, with Mrs. Kmer- son providing critical analyses as a fundamental for understanding and appreciation. 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'."-•.'.' > r* tir* •-• P *•<--•• •»£• i .* .T*V ^•niij m s Beautiful Bronie RTRAITS SIZE 6x8 INCHES Courses in academic subjects, commercial courses, shop \v<>rk, Spanish, IngUsh for foreigners, art. rug weaving and ii» other fields which include tlcal chemistry and lapidary pem polishing, nro available to adults. Shop courses include auto shop, machine shop and welding. Most classes are held from 7 to 9:15 in the evening, although there are some exception?. Many classes meet Monday and "Wednesday nights. while others convene Tuesday and Thursday evenings. For further information on classes, the evening school office, located In the. administration building of Bakersfield I Ugh School, is open Monday through Friday nights from 7 to 9 o'clock. There is no charge ' for the evening school classes. Mich school credit and work toward the hi«h school diploma are available. for Top Fashion'Values! EACH In loft off 4 or moro Proofs shown No appointment necessary This Christinas remember those dear to you with the gift that will always be treasured — your portrait. _^^^^^^^^__^_^^_^^_^^^^___^_^^^^^_^^^^__^^__^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__^_ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^B October 1 5th last day for overseas Christmas mailing. AUSTIN STUDIOS OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 1524 Nineteenth Street Phone 3-0930 Bakersfield DAILY HOURS: 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.; Sundays 1 P. M. to 6 P. M. f Jjlue-Qflitfe me o 3teari West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve You 1434 NINETEENTH STREET BAKERSFIELD VISION IS VITAL! O N CREDIT! MONTHS PAY CALL NO IN renesT NO EXTRAS AND HAVB YOUR EYES EXAMINED! *Your Broken Lens DUPLICATEDI Prompt Service! *Carry an EXTRA PAIR of GLASSES With You! *Glasses Made to Your OWN Prescriptionl *Your Credit Is GOOD! Open an Account! Your Eyes are Your Most Precfous Possession. Safeguard them by visiting an OPTOMETRIST of feast every six months! Vision Is Vital! HAROLD PTOMETRIST 143 NINETEENTH STREET • BAKERSFIELD OFFICES CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ON THE MAIN FIOO1 POLITICAL ADVhRTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT HEAR Judge Goodwin Knight OF LOS ANGELES Speak on "What to Expect From the Republicans FRIDAY-8:00 P. M. Emerson School Auditorium Sponsored by Kern County Unit—Pro-America Price a for Your Budget! Sizes Everyone! classics of 'round-the-cloelc smartness! So impeccably tailored, so definitely right-yoo'll want m*± h*««h^ ^ At* ^ ^^. —. _ _ _ —- --. ' • »* * _ ^^^ ^^~ ^ ^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^p ^v ^v ^^^^^r ^^^^r • • nds fields, fitted styles, boxy casuals, and wrc^ with the softer details that are fashion Warm, deep ed fabrics that will keep and rich new colors ^ cozy right on through snow hi - ••• m. ^^ that will add zest to your Fall wa V v.:.;.;.•..-:- :•:'.. .: •., ; : : •••; v> : -:ix-£ : :V : :' •. v' :; " ';£ ? : .''? fashion Purcnoscc Totaling $10 Or Mor* May B* Mod* On Stars toiy Payment Plan 1317 Nineteenth Street i ~. i f. ' _ L ^ ! Si; i X> ai= i 1 i I I p I I I m l::-: .• .-.* r i * 1 41 ^ 1 .V'' > * I .v I $ •® Califomian Thursday, Sepfember 23 f 1944 1* - Long Collegiate Classics 1 S3 SERVICE TO THE NATION Pullovers The casual pullover that is be- * comingly worn with suits, slacks or skirts. It's smart to mix or match it with a cardigan. Bulky knit 100?o British wool, Shetland type. Conies in a choice of luscious colors. Sizes 34 to 40. Popular Royal Purple Sheer Rayon Hosiery These are the new Royal Purple rayon stockings, especially designed for your "best dress" occasions. Their cotton reinforced toe avoids holes . . . they're full fashioned as arc all fine stockings. . . . Colors: Beigetones, Taupctoncs, Suntoncs. Sizes 8 V» to 1 Serviceable Kay on Hosiery for hard everyday wear - _^ ':;|^, -••- • • U ib, :^'-4?'; Reversible h Anklets Witli slacks, wear them tops up on llic slick brushed ravon side . ^ ^ ** for a trim line: Turn cotton side out, tuffs down, dresses or match your sweaters. New Synthetic Rubber Girdles Ciood news indeed to you ladies! Synthetic rubber girdles and panties. Satin smooth against your skin. . . • Strong vet light weight. Small, mediums. 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone 6-6501 E- J * :-1: i i , •**• . - * f--- -* * *. .-: I 1 1

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