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VOICE CONTROL MEETINGTOPIC MISS ROBINSON OFFERS SECOND TALK IN SERIES Voice control, its most effective use and the relationship of the voice to the development of pleasant personality were factors emphasized In an address by Miss Ethel Robinson, high school and junior college drama coach, in the second of a series of Kelt-improvement meetings Thuru day. The meeting was held in room 17 of the junior college building, with more than 35 participants in attendance. "Pattern for Voice" was the topic. "All speech must have energy, must give evidence of vitality wilh a personality behind it to arouse and sustain attention," said Miss Kobin• sun. The correct operation of the diaphragm is the first basic step toward a well-trained voice, this often depending on the posture, according to the speaker. Miss Robinson pointed out that there are five qualities to a good voice: Correct placement, pitch, quality, rhythm and focus. Several practice exercises were demonstrated by the Instructor, wilh the enthusiastic class of adults taking part. The speaker pointed out that five minutes a day will bring good results toward a well-trained voice. Miss Dorothy Bltner, high school merchandising instructor, served as co-ordlnator at the meeting. Speaker at the next meeting will be Mrs. Kva I.efevre, her topic, "Pattern for Style." All adults interested are welcome to attend. There is no charge for the series, \Wilch is sponsored by the P. T. A. These lectures are being made possible through the co-operation of Principal Ouy Oarrard, of Bakersfield Evening School and Junior College, and Miss Bltner, with a committee composed of Mesdames I... G. Fell, K, B. HfWcheson and J. C. Briscoe. Tea was served at the conclusion of the meeting. Mrs. Nelson Seated as 40 et 8 Leader .Mrs. Meighan Presides as Installing Chief at Meet Beginning their year's activities, members of the Kern County Salon No. 242 of 40 et 8 held installation of officers recently at Bakersfleld Inn, with Mrs. Tom Meighan, chapeau departmental, acting as installing officer. In charge of decorations for the occasion were Mesdames Ralph Will- lams and Wallace Reed, and Mrs. Frank Wilkson was general chairman of arrangements. Officers installed included: Mrs. Wayne P. Xelson, In petit chapeau: Mrs. Frit/ Utzerath, le demi-petit chapeau; Mrs. William Shewcral't, le-demi-chapeau denxieme; Mrs. Alarvin II. Anglin, la secretaire-ca.s- eierc; Mrs. Howard Nichols, 1'archiviste: Mrs. A. Roy Nlsbott, 1'aumon- ier; Mrs. Ralph William, la concierge, and Mesdames Ray Carlisle, James Goodman and Harry Paulden, la pouvior. Chairmen for the year's activities appointed by the la chapeau were Mosdames George Swlnney and Fred Shaw, child welfare; Mrs. .Leonard Carter, uniforms and emblems; Mesdames Shaw, Wilkson, Dora Hoskins and B. ,T. Miller, fun and fellowship; Mesdames John Isaac, Carlisle, Nichols, Utsterath. and Reed, ways and means; Mrs. Hoskins (Bakersfield), Mrs. William Scott. (Delano) and Mrs. Olive Stock. (Taft), sick call and good cheer; and Mesdames Anglin Paulden, and Goodman, partnership. Other committee leaders are: Mrs. Margaret Watts, musician; Mrs. Shewcraft, song leader; Mrs. Anglin, publicity; and Mesdames Pete Xyd- ner, WiUiams, and Nisbett, USO Presentation of gifts was made by Mrs. Carlisle to Chapeau Departmental and Salon Officer Passe. Next meeting of the group is to be held on November 9, at the home of Mrs. Wallace Reed, 609 O street, with Mrs. Anglin assisting Mrs. Heed as hostess. WMtcamlr Th« Patrician Among San Fronciico'l Hoteli Horn* of th« Whitcomb Inn; Dickans Pub, and THE PARADE Cocktail Loung* Horn Washing GRANT AVe. ATI tan IUSH ' In fh« downtown Shopping Ctnlor. Mtdtrot* Haiti. PANAMERICANA Si MJ C'OM I' RAWL1Y A SAUNAS ViSAllA SAN Oltlilj SANIA M ENTERTAIN MONDAY— Gayest program of the entiro season for Bakersfield Woman's Club will be the .Spanish music and dunce recital at 2 p. m. Monday. Pictured here are two of the artists, billed as Tavo and Enparanza. Club Program Monday Will Be Shared by Minter Unit Minler Field Woman's Club members will be special guests when Bakersfield Woman's Club holds its l^atin-Amei-ican Review program Monday, at 2 p. m., at the clubhouse, it was announced today by Mrs. Harry C. Gardner, president. The entertainers will be Manuel Perez, Spanish dancer and singer; I^ola Iberia, Spanish dancer; Juan Serrano, marimbist; Tavo, Adnlina and F.speranza, Mexican comedy trio. Senor Perez, bringing "Echoes, of Spain," is an artist and a native of Granada, about which he loves to sing. His work is described as finished, complete and presented with definite style. His dances are said to be of charming design and performed with virile grace. His cos- tumes fire picturesque and handsome. Jlis repertoire ranges from dances of bullfighter, Gypsy, flower vendor and cowboy to a gaui'ho from the Pampas. Juan Serrano, marimbist, is said to be one of South America's finest marimba players. He is the author of books on music of his country and owns a remarkably fine marimba, which he uses in the local program. Tavo, Aclalina and Esparanza, dance trio and concert artists of Mexico, add much to the program. They have been received with pleasure wherever they have appeared in California, and their bookings have been numerous. The Hi-tlsts will he introduced by Mrs. Chester I. Mead, Auxiliary Planning Work for Hospitals With the discussion of plans for dedicating the year's activities to naval hospital work, meeting of Ma rine Corps League Auxiliary was held AVednesday evening at Memorial hall, with Mrs. Henry Kruger presiding. •Special event of the evening was the initiation of Mrs. Virginia Capi tan, who is to be special represen tative at the San Diego Naval Hospital. Mrs. Albert West, state chaplain. Is head of the hospitallzation committee, and Mrs. Leonard Giddings was appointed to head the committee to plan the annual dance on November 10, celebrating the anniversary of the founding of the United States Marine Corps. Following the meeting, members of the league and auxiliary met at Tlny's Waffle Shop for a birthday party Tor Henry Km ger. U. C. T. Auxiliary Holds Social Meet First social gathering of United Commercial Travelers Ladies Auxiliary was held at the home of Mrs. H. B. Mery weather, 2006 Quincy street. Bridge and refreshments were enjoyed by the members. Those attending were Mesdames A. Crockett, H. Snyder, A. Daly, A. Boumgarten, J. Hackett, W. Williams. I. Gleason, E. Keck, E. Dickson, W. Shields, AV. Bender, II. AVest, and R. Mucklestone. Soroptimist Club to Mark Birthday Birthday party meeting of the Soroptimist Club is scheduled for 8 p. m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Frank Hornkohl, president, who resides at 245 El Cerrito Drive, it- was announced today. Mrs, Ruth Lester, newly initiated member, will sing several solos, according to Mrs. Hornkohl, and Miss Mary Ellen Hagen will be initiated into the group. Just Hint* I f ^ No mim—no fun /'""""" " s wilh a CORY Red. / \ URNER'S 2006 CHESTER HERE FOR 10 DAYS—Lieutenant- Colonel James C. Bell, territorial revivalist from San Francisco, is in Bakersfield for a 10-day speak- itif? program, which will cover such subjects as "Overcoming Faith" and "Test in Triumph." Territorial Worker Is on Visit Here Salvation Army Colonel to Cover Many Subjects Lieutenant-Colonel James C. Bell, Salvation Army territorial revivalist from San Francisco, will be in Bak- ersefield from October 20 to October 29 for a 10-day speaking session. On Sunday morning at 11 a. m. he will speak on "Giving God Our Best," while in the evening at 7:30 p. m. "God's Kingdom" will be the topic for discussion. On Tuesday, at 8 p. m., "The Revival Came" will be reviewed by Colonel Bell, followed by the AVednes- day's discussion of "Personal Christianity." The latter service will be held at 8 p. m. "Manifesting the Lord" Is scheduled for the 8 p. in. meeting on Thursday. On Friday at 8 p. m. the guest speaker will review "Overcoming Faith," and on Saturday at 8 p. m. "The Victorious Life" marks the calendar. EndhiB the Bakersfield program will be the Sunday services which will bo "Progressive Saiictification," the topic for the morning services, and "Test in Triumph" and "God Save America," which are to be given at 7:30 p. m. In addition ot these services, a spiritual clinic under the direction of Colonel Bell will be held daily from 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon, for special consultations. The territorial revivalist has spent several years of service in the Salvation Army. He has traveled throughout the United States, and has seen service in the Hawaiian islands, having been divisional commander there for several years. He was also division commander of the northern California and Nevada division three years ago. Captain and Mrs. John Ritchie are the local corps officers. WANTED Two bedroom, unfurnished house, by responsible permanent party who will take fcopd care of property. Will take lease. Have been with reliable national concern for the past 15 years. »•• MR. CONNELLY Ntw IUM|ir Frea tb* East A & P STQRE IffOt ElvhUcnth Street CLUB CALENDAR Sunday—Forum at the First Con- grpgationiil Church. S p. m. Tnter-R:ici;tl Creative Art:; Fellowship exhibit and procrah. Doors to open ;it 2 p. in., Washington School auditnnim. Monday—R-ikrrsfifUi Woman's Chili mpotinff nt '.' p. in., clubhouse. Soroptimist Club. S p. m. at home of Mr*. Frank HoniUohl, 245 Kl Cerrito Drive. Tuesday—Business and Professional AYomon's Club, speech class. William Penn School, nt 8 p. m. Minter Field Cutlet Wives Club, at 8 p. in.. Woman's clubhouse. Woman's Club of Minter Field at Red Cross Production Center, all-day session. Wfdnsday—Ued Cross meeting of Minter Field Woman's Club, in field sewing room. 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Thursday—Forum. 8 p. m., Standard School audilorlum Friday—Chapter 1IY, P. E. O. Sisterhood, 7::>n p. m. Saturday—Advisory Council dinner of Kern County Mental Hyulene Society, 7 p. in., Hotel Kl Tejon. ENVIABLE RECORD MADE FOR UNNRA CLOTHING GATHERED BY JEWISH COMMITTEES Approximately 100 pounds, of cloth- lug, to be used by the t'NXUA for distribution among the re-occupied countries of Kurope, has been collected by liakersfield Jewish Coordinating Committee, it was announced today, Tnder the leadership of Mrs. Jerome Melvin, president of Kern County Seel ion Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. M. Rubin, president of B'nai Jacob Sisterhood: the committee for collecting the clothing was made up of Mesdames Jack I^evy, Stanley Urown, Al Oaldwater, David Asloon, Morris Chain, Henry Bernard, Armand Strauss. The men's committee consisted of Rabbi Jack Levy and Messrs. Louis Orloff, M. Rubin, and Dave Martin. It wan also announced that copies of a wall chart for aiding returning servicemen in finding suitable vocations is being published and distributed by the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Bureau in co-operation with the War Manpower Commission. Practical Pictures Made by Art Groups Advertisements for the Red Cross, War Chest and war bonds are some of the practical problems in advertising illustration being worked out by art classes at East Bakersfield High School, according to Mrs. Lucille Robert, art instructor. Students are making original layouts with water colors, photography, air-brush and poster paints and arc applying scientific principles of ad vertising. The problem gives the students an opportunity to draw fashion illustrations, automobiles, airplanes, and cartoons. TO CONNECTICUT SOON—Following a honeymoon at Long Beach Country Club and in other parts of southern California. Ensign and Mrs. Roger Nabers are now living in San Diego. They plan to leave, December 1 for New London, Conn., where Knsipn Nabers will be in school tor three months of advanced training in submarine service for the United States Navy. His classification is communications officer. Mrs. Nabers is the former Miss Patricia AVinhnm. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam P. AVinham, former prominent local family, now living in the southland. P. T. A. NOTES Mrs. Caroline Harris, principal of Franklin School, was the main speaker when Franklin P. T. A. met recently. Mrs. Harris stressed the need of closer co-operation between the home and the school. Speaking in behalf of the war chest was Miss Dorothy Donahoe; Miss Betty Gould addressed the group on the election. Mrs. C. B. A'iGario announced there are 195 members in the unit to date. The budget for the year was presented and approved, and a report was given on the sunrmer recreation program sponsored by the P. T. A. An appeal was made for a Blue Bird group leader in the school. During the afternoon the school glee club entertained with several numbers under the direction of Mrs. Mary Lou Clayton. Tea was served at the conclusion of the meeting by Mrs. Harry Conron and Mrs. Betty Beall, room mothers, assisted by third grade mothers. 8711 12-20 Nipped In rlevrrly at the waist and hut- toned In buc-k. thin boKullliiw two-plerer, with or wLhoiit the velvet htivvn, put* you at your bent for that Bpeclal date. New in every detail a aucceHH tri any wardrobe. I'aliem No. 8711 Is dt'alKiied for nlzi>» 12, 14, 16. 18 nml 20. Size 14, ehort Hleoven, rpquire* y r }» yardn of ;j9-lnch material: 1 */!» yartln of ribbon to trim. The nmv fail Hiul wlnti-r iB»ut' of "Fash- Ion" 11 now ready—32 pases. It's n turn* plete culdo to your fnll un'1 winter wnr- drobe. Hend for your copy? Price 20 cents. For this attractive pattern, lend 20 rents In tolna. with your name, address, pattern number and size to The Buktra/irlil Caltforniau Tadai/'n Pattern Service, JO!) Mission Street, Suit Frauvisco I. New Members Are Reception Guests New members, coming into the First Baptist Church since January 1, l'J-14, wen? honored at a reception held recently, the boards of deacons and deaconesses sponsoring the event. Mrs. C. A. Saint was In charge of the. program, assisted by Mrs. Johnnie Mae Burton. With Jra Necdliam as master of ceremonies, the group was led In the singing of several old songs. The Reverend B. C. Barrett welcomed the new members. Miss Peggy Potecto had charge of games. Jack Haviland and Lowell Fairley entertained with two instrumental numbers, "Remember Christ at Calvary," and "Ivory Palaces." The youth quartet, including Lowell Fairley, the Reverend Sam Kleinsasser, Wesley Hamm and Ed Alexander, sang two songs, "Rock of Ages," and "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms." Mrs. Harold Davy gave two readings, "Coquette Conquered," and "Delusion of Ghosts," while Mrs. R. A. Horror sang "Think on Me," and "If God Left Only You." The program ended with the grand march and the singing of "Jllest Be the Tie That Binds," after which refreshments were served. Among the honored guests present were Messrs, and Mesdames Walter Pasons and Roy E. Henley; Mesdames Earl Smithson, Oarold Gaines," George Scofield, Earl Mayfleld, Paul Drouillartl, R. M. Dillard, Edna Donallan, R. L. Hawk, Edwin Simpson, G. W. Gatildlng, C. V. Brulon, Naomi Lultrell: Misses Marilyn Anderson, Joan Chambers, Johneene Koch, Joyce Slier, Myrtle Smith, Evelyn Hawk, Dorothy Henley, Freddie Mae Gaulding, Charlene Bruton; Sergeant Howard Sehlin, Wayne Long, Paul Holloway and John Hill. TO SPEAK AT MEETING—Mrs. Karl B. Shoesmith. president of the California Federation of Women's Clubs, will be the guest speaker at the first fall meeting of the county federation on November 3 in Bakersfleld. Instruction School Held by Rebekahs A Rebeknh school of instruction was held last week by Mrs. Nclle fJartin, of Huntington Park, the warden of the Rebekah Assembly, with a large attendance reported. Among the chapters represented in addition to the local Rebekah lodge were Kernvilie and Mo.jave lodges. Mrs. Rosa Marks, of Salt Lake City, Utah, a past president of that organization, was present, as were Mrs. Leota Barniebeerg, of Taft, district deputy president; Mrs. Evelyn Estes, district deputy president of the local group; Roland Barbeau, district deputy grand master; Louis Calloway, grand sentinel of the grand encampment of California; Fred Holmes, major, third regiment, third battalion of the Patriarch Militant. Refreshments were served by AVasco members. A rummage sale will be held by the Rebekah lodge, October L'fi-28 inclusive, at 81S Buker street. RUMMAGE SALE America Court No. 77, Order of the Amaranth, is sponsoring a rummage sale, Friday and Saturday, October 27-28, at 715 Stunner street. Mrs. AVilliam Monteith is general chairman of the event. TSO VOLUNTEERS All USO volunteers are asked to meet at 8 p. m., October 30, at the wornon'a rest house on I street, it was announced today. Dr. C. P. Stockton will be the guest, speaker. STATE PRESIDENT TO SPEAK HERE WATERCOLORS, ETCHINGS, OILS TO BE EXHIBITED "Holding Our Cultural Battle Lines During Wartime" will be the topic chosen for discussion by Mrs. Earl 13. Sboesmith, president of the California Federation of AVornen's Clubs, when the county federation holds its first fall meeting on November 3 In the Bakersfield clubhouse, it was announced today by Mrs. Ardls Walker, president. Highlighting the meeting will be the exhibition of oil paintings, watercolors and etchings, which will be arranged by Mrs. J. It. Kllerd, fine arts chairman, assisted by her committee comprised of Mcs(iam"s Tandy Key, Jack Dennis, J. P. McKean, J. S. Burton and Stanley Singleton. Mrs. Walker pointed out that the guest speaker has recently returned from a conference of the national board of directors, Washington, D. C., and from the Herald-Tribune Round Table in New York City. Luncheon will be served by members of Woman's Club art section. Mrs. Bert McCluhan, Route 1, Box 055, is taking reservations. She may also bo reached by telephoning 3-2G72. SOX ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. AV. E. Starr, formerly of this city and now of A'al- lejo, announce the birth of a eon, AVilliam Thomas, born October 1. Mrs. Starr is the former Miss Teresa Marco, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Marco, 1017 Eureka; the paternal grandmother is Mrs. AV. A. Starr, of this city. USE 1 Cold Preparations as directed' You Are Invited to Attend the Fourth Annual Inter-Racial Creative Arts Fellowship EXHIBIT and PROGRAM Washington School Auditorium Sunday, October 22 2:30 to 5:00 P.M. ADMISSION FREE Dr. S. C Long Physician-Surgeon 1728 Tnixtun Avenue Phone 'M352 WHY SUFFER? from (our •tonucb, k««d«ebe». *»*, tunstlpHtlon. colitis, nrurltl*. thil tlrml all-in frelini? Try Mur-Vo-Ald now. Ii3 iwr hoi. SI duys treatment, fiunr- nritrrd (• give relief «r jiinr money refunded. P. O. Box 871, Bukenfleld, QEfre gaftcrjfletb Californian Saturday, October 21, 1944 Minter Child Care Center Will Open on Wednesday Minter Fie],! Woman's Club an! pounces |>liins fur the opening of a new child r;ii'' renter Weiinnday. be- ginnhiL' :>t M a. m. In one of the medical <l>'t,i<•hment barracks ;it the field. In (h.iri:e will he Mrs. [lelsfe Kincaiil. a practical nurse of wide experience with ihildren. who will be the center's supervisor. It will be open so\cn d;t\s a \\eok and at night on \\Vdiiesd.-iv and Saturday evening at hours to be fixed Inter. Its facilities ;ire open to children of all Minter military personnel for a small hourly fee. the renter being the outgrowth of n need felt by Red Cross production workers, working cadet wives, wives of enlisted men nnd officers and their wives, who find it difficult to get suitable persons to stay with children In the evening. Mrs. John Thomas heads the committee which ha? brought the project to fruition, assisted hv several Minter Field clubwomen. Mrs. Newton H. Crumley, wife of the com- maudin? officer at the field. Is presi- ilen; of the club. Spnnsois of the project said today fh;it rifts or loans of equipment, will be most acceptable: already many things have been contributed, but more cnn be used. The committee will pick up and repair articles Mrs. Hiner Holds Woodcraft School Mrs. Minnie Hiner of Portland, Ore., grand guardian of the Neighbors of Woodcraft, conducted a school of iusl ruclioiis last week, in the Elks Club. Also present were Mrs. Irene Downey, grand manager; Mrs. Lola Jeffries, district banker: and Mrs. Nellie Bronme, district magician. A program was presented before the meeting, at which time Miss Fay Ci-ouse gave a reading, and students of the Stage Door studio, accompanied by Mrs. Glenn Wallace at the piano, entertained wilh several dance numbers. Miss Maxine poo and Miss Crouse were Initiated into the circle as benefit members In connection with the grand guardian's campaign for membership. Mrs. Alice Smith, presiding as guardian neighbor, announced that a meeting will bo held Tuesday at 8 p. m. In the \V. O. W. hall. Following the meeting, a Halloween party will be held with Mrs. Palma Black, chairman of the month, in charge. SOCIETY SLATES OCT. 28 MENTAL HYGIENE GROUP WILL BE HONORED State Collegians Entertain Team State Collegians of Bakersfleld Junior College recently entertained the boy's basketball team when a politick dinner was held in the faculty lunch room of the junior col- lego at G p. in. Banners, pom-poms] and basketball baskets decorated the room. Following the dinner. Miss Margaret Lovinson, dean of women at the junior college; Leonard McKalg, dean of men. and Mls.s Grace Bird, director of the Junior college, and adviser for the State Collegians, gave short Informal talks on college life. Miss Barbara Wallace, student body president, led the students in group singing. Committees for the. affair included the Misses Virginia Baker and Owen Macklin, decorations; Miss Kathryn Taylor and Miss Phyllis AVhite, dinner; and Missus Hazel Tarter, Ruth Nichols, Elinor Hilty and Mary Doe SehnlU, cleanup. FRATERNAL Bamboo Sewing Club Members of Bamboo Sewing Club j of United Spanish War Veterans j Auxiliary, will meet Tuesday at 11:30 a. rn., at Memorial hull. A potluck luncheon will be served at noon, and in the afternoon there will be sewing on robes for the veterans' hospital at Hammer Field, Fresno, Mrs. L. AV. Rawley, president, is requesting a full attendance. At an executive meeting of the Kern County Mental Hygiene Society in the offices of the Professional building this week, plans were completed for a dinner meeting for the newly-organized advisory council to be held Saturday evening, October 2S, at 7 o'clock at the Hotel Kl Tejon. Miss Bonnye Deal, program chairman, has announced that Nathan Adler. vice-president of the Northern California Mental Hygiene Society, will be the guest speaker of the evening. Also included on the evening's program is Miss Ruth Harding, charter member of Kern county's, society, who will give a short resume, of local activity, and Dr. Richard Loewcnberg, psychiatrist, who will discuss the program of mental hygiene in relation to public health. Miss Irma AV'eill will introduce the chairmen of the society's various study groups, who will give short outlines of the work of the groups. These are Dr. Arthur Tail, psychologist at the local junior college, chairman of the rehabilitation group; Dr. Georgia Grusich, child guidance, and Mrs. S. L. Albaugh, problems of growing old. The next monthly lecture of the society will be held Friday evening, November 3, at which time Dr. Lydia Sicher will present a dramatic presentation of a mental hygiene case under treatment. ASKING FOR FLOWERS An appeal for flowers or greenery for decoration of the USO hall was made today by Mrs. J. H. Thornber, flower chairman of the local USO organization. Mrs. Thornber said that anyone having extra foliage may get In touch with her by telephoning 3-0502. She will collect all contributions. REMOVE TEAKETTLE CRUST Do you live in a "Hard Water" community? Do your kitchen pans, kettles and urns a«t a heavy crust In them? Remove it easily, cheaply and quickly and save the utensils before they burn through. I'll tell you how to do it. Send a $1.00 bill for complete Information. Pays for itself many times over In fuel saved. M. 9. BROWN P. O. Box 2904 Los Angeles 53, California LANOLIN LOTION.., Don't let exposure to winds and the elements rob your skin of loveliness. Do use this quickly absorbed lotion that contains such an amazing amount of lanolin it soothes and smoothes dry, flaky skin. You'll "Feel the Difference." $1. KIMBALL & STONE Tlu- Purtit'ular Eighteenth and Chester SILL m ILIUM; You may find this Horn "Victory Pocked," but the quolity rimoinj unchangoaV •TNAOI UAHK tea DR. 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