The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on November 6, 1949 · 93
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r r t i I ; - V OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS are being checked and packed by Mmes. Lloyd Birhett, Murray Stan gel and Albert Schwartz presidents, respectively of Minerva, Bay Cities and San Fernando Valley Chapters of ORT (Organization for Rekabilitationjhrough Training). Machines and materials for Israeli Schools are included. " Times photo. PATTERN TODAY 2944 SEES 12 40 A dress with graceful flowing lines that melt to mold the figure. Note the happy balance of the be- coming low neckline in front, the dropped waistline in back No. 2944 is cut in Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38 and 40. Size 16 requires 4M yards of 39-inch fabric . - ". Now available THE FALL-WINTER FASHION BOOK pre- cpntin? fashions thev are wearine now and new styles to come. Over J50 practical, easy-to-sew, up-to- the-minute pattern designs for all ages. To obtain thia pattern, -which includes complete eewmi guide, send 25 cents (23 cents, plus 2 cents for postage, all in coins) and your name, street address and zone, as veil as pattern number and SIZE, all PRIVT-FD PLAINLY to the Fashion Bureau, The Times. Los Angeles 53. Orders are filled tor continental United States on Jr. Send an additional 20 cent (18 cents, plus 2 cents for postage, all in coins) for the BOOK OF FASHION. Creed feouserJeanina? Let a srofessional do it. They're listed In Classification 95, Times Classtneel Ads. Trim Hips SLENDER THIGHS and Small Wcdst Bcaary to lrtxir tiei saw "narrow - aHrted This System can give yon th nw "boyish ah ape." faster than any other knows nMthocL 13 years xperiaccs oisd mtazbf 100.000 cases at) your prooi. SPECIAL Trial Coarse This Month Only DOWNTOWN 41S Knicksrboclcsr Bid?, ttf South OUv Strt TUcksr 6183 IN HOLLYWOOD No. Chrok At. HE. 2351 Hollywood Bird, et Cborokt Ji4 3 UL JMt1 jZ Per Q Week V WAT i" 1 Woman s Party Branch to Be Host for Tea The Los Angeles branch of the National Woman's Party will have a tea next Sunday at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. John Geiger, 454 Muirfield Road. Judge Mildred Lillie of the Su perior Court will be among the speakers. , Helen Lee MacKellar, presi dent, will be assisted by other members of the executive board: Mmes. Doris Wright, Queen Walker Boardman, Rosalind Goodrich Bates, Lois Tomlinson, Evelyn Young, Josephine Terrill and Lillian Hage and Dr. Alta Hall. Advisory Committee Members of the advisory com mittee who are helping with ar rangements are Dr. Mary Sinclair Crawford, Dr. Florence Bonhard, Mrs. Haig M. Prince, Judge May Lahey, formerly of the Municipal Court, Judge Georgia Bullock of the Superior Court and Mrs. Mayme Matthay. All Arts Club Will Stage Program Friday . The All Arts Club will meet Fri day at 8:30 p.m. at 118 S Larch- mont Blvd. Appearing in the program will be Lola Bori, soprano; Mischa Gegna, cellist; Carl King, musical comedian, and Shannon Gelson, pianist. The concert will be followed by dancing and refreshments. 3. Delman designed the trellis sand that carries the bare look.of fashion right down to the tip of your toe. Lace and loop it high or low choose it in rich' black velvet, in gold : or silver kid, in black satin . . . or .have white satin perfectly dyed to match your cocktail dress or evening gown. BEVERLY - r 0- L TO PRESIDE at the Sunday tea of the local branch of the National Woman's Party is Helen Lee 'MacKellar, president of the branch. Poetry and Music Unit Program Set The Poetry and Music Club will have an arts arid crafts program at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the First Methodist Church with Bess Hadden Canright in charge. Blanche Ballagh is president. The program will be given by Adrian Ruiz, pianist; Frank Pro-fita, tenor, accompanied by Josephine Bessett, and Eva Ashley Parslow, speaker. when evening TOSHIRE HOTEL m ,. ' a X m wa eaaei i ar en. -.aar t jmui u i DEANS MORE THAN 'TROUBLE SHOOTERS BY MARY ANN CALLAN The attitude of parents who defensively shake hands with a dean of women at a college tea and say, "I hope you don't know my girl yet," is decried by Po mona s new dean of women, Jean B. Walton. , ', These parents reflect the con cept that young women never see a dean unless they do something wrong, she said, and that's down right outmoded or ought to be. Humbly Learning' Terming the breaking down of this concept as the primary chal lenge of her job, the slim, efficient Miss Walton has been "humbly learning" about Pomona College only since Sept. 1. Best starting point, she feels, is with Pomona's College Life Council, a board of nine students and six faculty members (she is one) which lays down policies guiding discipline among students. Discipline Easy "This kind of student-governed judiciary system," she stated, "puts discipline in its proper place by 'making offenses not revolts against authority but re volts against the students themselves." When students and faculty can work together on problems and come to effective agreements, she said, the faculty members become their friends. Deans, she went on, aren't supposed to be "trouble shooters" but friendly counselors. Women Have Conflict The next-in-line problem which interests Miss Walton is the marriage vs. career conflict of women. She believes that some women resolve the conflict by successfully carrying through marriage and a career, but the bulk of college women will not attempt both and probably cannot handle both. Men do not have to say, "I'll be a lawyer unless I get mar ried," but most women still do, she explained. May . Combine Both "Parents and community, as well as the women themselves, are nearer to accepting the Wea of combining both," Miss Walton Missionary Society Plans to Assemble at Church Tuesday Women's Missionary Society of Immanuel Presbyterian Church will hold its Thanksgiving meeting at 11 a.m. Tuesday in West minster Hall of the church. Mrs. Gilbert O. Gronhovd of Santa Monica, a member of the caravan that visited Indian and Spanish .missions of California, Arizona and New Mexico, will re port on members experiences. -Other Participants Other program participants are Mrs. Grace Franklyn and Mrs, T. Phaon Moyer. Luncheon in the banquet hall will be served by Westminster Guild. ' Be a Cu$t at Your Own Dinner Party alto Sorority Functions and Club $2.75 Per Person Fruit Supreme One-half Broiled Chicken Duchess Potatoes Fresh Green Peas Mixed Green Salad Dessert s Coffee CIRO-ETTE-KOOM At CIRO'S Send for Free Booklet. HUdson 2-7211 CIRO'S variable capacity, ue te BOO, available (or fashion thews, special luncheons. Air conditioned sound ecuip-ment runway recorded music spotlights stage. Beverages served of especially reduced shadows fall mm POMONA'S DEAN Jean B. Walton, Pomona's new dean of : women, hopes to break down "trouble-shooter" idea. said, "but the great problem is still unsolved." A real liberal education, she is convinced, is the bestj preparation for any kind of life, whether it be, for women, both marriage and a career or either one. Such an education develops the power to handle problems of life clearly and develops-a broad interest in the world an attitude every woman needs, she continued. Philosophy Good Base In commenting on possible changes in college curriculum which might approach marriage as a career, she said she still be lieves that a liberal education background is the best starting point. Tools for homemaking can be learned later, she stated, but a dynamic philosophy of life is the base. Miss Walton is Pomona Col lege's third dean of women. She succeeded Jessie Edith Gibson who served as dean for 22 years. She formerly was assistant dean at Swarthmore College, where she earned her A.B. Math Major She received her A.B., M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in mathematics. In addition to her deanship, she will teach one course in' calculus. SPANISH FRENCH language GERMAN gjrn f RUSSIAN Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Reasonable Rates Private lessons PACIFIC SCHOOLS OF LANGUAGES 6367 Wilshire Blvd., l.A. WEbster 3-9479 742 S. Hill St.. l.A. VA. 7121 APPROVED FOR VETERANS idea for Cocktail Parties, Fraternity and and Business Meetings. prices. No charge tor room service ITALIAN II B s JtUS mvjuiii jcjjuiuuiiy Ttwej $3.00 Per Person VN ' ' " - K Seafood Supreme r ' P' fi. j .' " Kansai City j ' A p 7 Prime Ribs , 7 L ' Cottage Fried . fe-j,- , J . I . ' Fre5hPGriePeoi 2 .. STITCHED bra . .'for wonderful . J , Mixed Green Salad ' . I 7T" Dessert j Coffee uplift. White rayon satin or nylon. vW - w Dimes Drive Meeting Call Goes Forth Mrs." Joseph C. Wenger, appointed chairman of the Women's Committee of the Los Angeles County March of Dimes, has called an organization meeting Thursday at 2 p.m. at 818 W 7th St. Dr. Kenneth S. Landauer of New York, March of Dimes director of medical care, will speak. Roy E. Naftzger, county board chairman, recently made the appointment of Mrs. Wenger. Assistants Named To serve with her are Mmes. R. J. Morrison, Robert J. Mal-lory, Ralph E.I Lewis, James W. Young, Earl Neuberg, Daniel Marshall, Chester A. Rude, W. W. Wilkinson, Casimir Miketta, B. J. Little and Herbert Webb Booth. Also Mmes. - Albert Winter, Patroness List for Ball Named Potentate George E. Sailor of Al Malaikah Temple has , named patronesses for the 43rd annual Shrine Charity Ball Nov. 23 in Shrine Auditorium. On the list are Mmes. Rose Sai lor, Virgil F. Frizzell, William C. Froelich, Charles T. Reichert and Arch D. Field. Yule Party Planned A Christmas party for several thousand underprivileged c h 1 1- dren, with presents, fruits and candy, will be a direct result of the ball since proceeds will go to holiday philanthropies of the Temple. OEIDOSI DY MAIL Swelldom Bdwy at 6th, los BRA 1 ..White Black BRA 2 . . Rayon Satin , BRA 3.. Black White BRA 4 . . White Black Nam , Street CityJ Zon. AIM CtWC U Mtoo! .'.yp'-'--;-'-.- j! B and C Cups 32 to 40 . . . T.50 11 3.. STRAPLESS bra.. top I, mal end play clothes. Rayon satin, v , irsX,J x net trim and lastex back. White or v V'" - black..BandCCups32to36, 2.00 r o- 4.. DISGUISE bra..with removable rr- rubber foam pads. Front opening. 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