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of at Ice Kentucky Fine orchestra Lucille will been Mesdames' Stanley, Stow, Jr., Donald Hazel LaMarr, Howard, Collins, DeArmond, Lillian Mary en- home was being Leila sick Mrs. child had Mrs. card be children. Little, Carlisle, Wallace Miss ill few B OOK lovers will be privileged to see rare volumes and a display of 300 distinctive bookplates, as well as hear a discussion of what makes a fine book fine, Thursday night when the Business and Professional Women's Club book section convenes convenes at 8 o'clock at Oechsli hall, corner of Truxtun avenue and G streets. David Anderson, managing editor of The Californian, who will present the talk, is the author of several books, a member of the Roxburghe Roxburghe Club, an exclusive book club, and is the possessor of a fine library. He will display some of his more interesting volumes and will call attention to several belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allen. On Fine Books Mr. Anderson will speak of the relation of art to the printed book and to its literary content. Joseph Holfelder, city engineer, who possesses the finest collection of bookplates in Kern county, will be present to answer questions about'his exhibit and on the history of the labels in general. He owns 40 books on the subject, some of which will be on display Thursday night. Use of the ex librls • is said to date from 1450 when employed by the monk, Hildebrand Brandenberg, Brandenberg, in Germany; it came into favor in England about 1570. Book Binding Topic A student of Hazel Drcis, acknowledged acknowledged expert on bookbinding, and herself adept at the craft, Mrs. John Walsh has consented to display examples examples of her work and to answer questions. One of Mr. Anderson's books, "Leaves of Grass," by Whitman, Whitman, is bound by Hazel Dreis. The program is open to all persons persons interested in books, an invitation invitation being extended to men as well as women. LESSONS IN TRUTH Reading left to right in the upper picture are: David Anderson, Joseph Holfelder and Mrs. John Walsh, who will present a program and display of bookplates and bookbindings, Thursday night. The volume which the trio is examining "Leaves of Grass" was bound by Hazel Dreis and was printed by the Grabhorn Press, San Francisco. It is considered one of the greatest examples of art printing in America. The open book on the lower right is one of many fine volumes to be exhibited. It is "The Psalms of the Singer David," printed by John Henry Nash.. The designs in the upper left and right corners are from Mr. Holfelder's bookplate collection. Christian Church Circle Planning Tea Martha Circle of First Christian Church will give a St. Patrick's day tea at Standard School cafeteria Wednesday afternoon from 3 o'clock until 5. Group Leaders of Circles Are Named Group leaders were named for the new year by Mrs. W. B. Igel, president, president, when Lydia Circle of First Christian Church met recently with Mrs. Charles Hulme. Those named Tea of Plymouth Guild to Bright Event Thursday at Vigario Home Past presidents are playing an active part in the .St. Patrick's musical silver tea to be held at home of Mrs. C. B. Vigario, Pine street Thursday afternoon 2 to 5 o'clock by Plymouth Guild First Congregational Church. The event climaxes a long of successful activities, according a history of the organization its presidents, prepared by Mrs. P. Fuller, general chairman. list in the order of their include Mesdames H. A. Splndt, Goodwin, K. R. Fuller, C. A. A. S. Goode, H. A. Spindt term), A. B. Campbell, Premo, H. J. Burt (two torms), Horace T. Strong (two terms), K. Rich, A. B. Thedaker, P. J. (two terms). Events sponsored have included colonial bazaar of dolls, a play clearing $1000; three iris teas at VanderBIke home, a dinner 750 guests, card party attended GOO guests at A. B. CnmpbeU residence, Slockdalo; tea with review Mrs. 1C. H. McKce. In addition the foregoing the guild has many dinners for local organizations and conducted many sales. It has financed and supervised redecoration of Plymouth and kitchen and installed two stoves, sink and drains. The past presidents will be in receiving line as will Mrs. A. S. nat, wife of tho pastor. Auxiliary Unit Gets Inspection Mrs. Nellie Johnston of Taft, department assistant staff officer, inspect Harold Brown Auxiliary 1468, V. F. W., Wednesday. meeting will be held on March 8 p. m. in Memorial hall. are requested to wear uniforms. Mrs. Steve Gekas, chairman, has announced the for new members will close 31. Captains are Mesdames Harrelson, Frank Wilson, Marston and C. C. Miller. A of candidates will be initiated 10 and March 23. Mrs. G. R. Stevenson will preside. Mrs. C. C. Miller will have of a card party Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in Memorial Following the business meeting refreshments will be served by Mesdames Charles Kelley, Herman biy. Harvey Brockway and Miller. Mrs. Murray From Lodge Mrs. P. A. Murray, ot tho Rebekah Assembly was special guest when Theta Rho tho junior branch of tho lodgo initiated 10 members Fresno recently. Tho young people's group is sponsored by tho lodge. Other BpecHvl guests Mrs. Hilda R. Fine, past of the assembly and Floyd past grand, master, both of Refreshments were served in banquet room at tables appointed a St. Patrick motif. 'A song dedicated to the distinguished

Clipped from The Bakersfield Californian15 Mar 1938, TuePage 7

The Bakersfield Californian (Bakersfield, California)15 Mar 1938, TuePage 7
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