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Figure DR. WILLIAM CLYDE DONALD, II Your Speaker for These Disturbing Times This Brilliant Young Psychologist, Hospital Counselor and Popular Clergyman, Still In His Early Thirties, Is in Great Demand as a Speaker Because His Morale-building Talks Are Fresh and Inspiring. Sincerity, Humor, and Thought-provoking Arguments Are Skillfully Blended to Give His Listeners Courage, Perspective and Calmness of Spirit. Words of Wisdom Are Given a Delightfully Light Touch … Dr. Donald Gives You a Life … A REDPATH ATTRACTION THE REDPATH BUREAU Kimball Building Chicago 4, Ill. Phone: Harrison 7-8723 HOWARD HIGGINS 507 Rockingham Street Rochester 20, New York Telephone: Hillside 1747 DR. WILLIAM CLYDE DONALD, II PSYCHOLOGIST — HOSPITAL COUNSELOR — POPULAR CLERGYMAN DR. WILLIAM CLYDE DONALD, II, is a highly trained psychologist, whose morale-building talks sparkle with originality, truth and humor. His work as counselor and chaplain at the Deaconess Hospital in Milwaukee has been outstanding. As pastor of the large and influential Bethel Church in Milwaukee he draws capacity audiences every Sunday. Whenever the services of his church are televised requests for copies of his sermon run exceedingly high. In 1951 Dr. Donald was delegate to the 4th International Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health in Mexico City. He is currently on the Planning Committee for the 5th International Congress to be held at the University of Toronto. His special interest is in Mental Health and Religion. Dr. Donald was reared in the atmosphere of public speaking—his parents and grandparents on both sides having been known as able speakers. He is one of those rare individuals who possess a natural sense of humor. He can give a light touch to a serious speech. That probably accounts for the fact that the demand for his talks has grown to such an extent that he has spoken on an average of three times a week during the past season. His work in Milwaukee has been written up by both the Sentinel and the Journal in feature articles. Here is your speaker for these disturbing times. SOME OF HIS MOST POPULAR LECTURES Make Living with Yourself a Pleasure A Sure Cure for 20th Century Tension Having a Mature Mind Is Wonderful Sure Ways to Happier, Healthier Living God Grant Us a Sense of Humor How to Get Along with Yourself and Others Unlock and Release Your Personality (For Schools) SOME TYPICAL COMMENTS AND APPRECIATIONS Niles, Mich., Teachers Forum Enthusiastically received. Stage presence—excellent, as was his delivery, and his humor was delightful. Goodwyn Institute, memphis, Tenn. The lectures were well received because he gave practical help for business men in this nerve-racking age. We want him back. Knife & Fork Club, South Bend. Ind. Entirely satisfactory. When he first walked into the Indiana Club they thought he was a Notre Dame student out for the evening. Joliet, Ill., Junior College—Adult Education Division Gave an outstanding talk for a group such as ours. It was one of the shortest hour and fifteen minute addresses I have ever heard, providing us with a delightful evening and a great deal to think about. Teachers Institute, Flint, Mich. Very fine speaker. Pleasing platform personality. Our teachers did enjoy his address. S. E. Mo. State College, Cape Girardeau He made an effective address. Kankakee, Ill., Business and Professional Women's Club Inspirational, delightful. State Teachers College, Oshkosh, Wis. One of the finest talks of the year. Irving Park Woman's Club, Chicago Of course we liked Dr. Donald. His was a return engagement. He has much spiritual insight, is entertaining and gives one a lift. White Plains, N. Y., Woman's Club We cannot begin to describe how much we enjoyed Dr. Donald. From all indications he won his audience completely and left them refreshed and inspired. Many senior members told us they had never heard a better speaker at the White Plains Woman's Club. Waynesburg, Pa., Teachers' Institute Dr. Donald's addresses were exceptoinally well received. His clearness, logic and manner of presentation were far above the average. Lakewood, O., Woman's Club After the enthusiastic reception of Dr. Donald's talk—Don't Let Things Annoy You—our program committee knew it had not erred in its decision to present this speaker for the third time in four years. Elyria, O., Woman's Club The best speaker we have had. At this time when the world is in such a turmoil he gave the women a message of hope and inspiration. Twentieth Century Club of Oshkosh, Wis. It was husband's day and many men said he was the best speaker they had ever heard. Fine humor. Rarely has one the opportunity to hear so brilliant a speaker. Englewood Woman's Club, Chicago, Ill. The best men's night program we have had in years. A superior public speaker. County Teachers Institute, Murphysboro, Ill. Wonderful. I am recommending him to my fellow county superintendents. Gives food for thought and a lift. Freeport, Ill., Woman's Club It was the outstanding program of the year. Talk of the Hour Club, East Chicago, Ind. The best of the series. Any group that wants a fine, inspring and entertaining addresses can be assured of something good. High School. Lake Forest, Ill. Excellent. Knows how to talk to young people. Want him again. Chicago Woman's Ideal Club Everyone was most enthusiastic. Have had more calls of favorable comment than any program I have had this year. Splendid delivery. Moline, Ill., Woman's Club One of the finest speakers with a most inspiring message I ever heard. DesMoines, Ia., Woman's Club He received a very enthusiastic response. His delivery was perfect, his subject matter interesting, crystal clear and to the point, his stories were wonderfully told. All this, combined with a fine sense of humor, added up to one of the best programs we have had. Dayton, O., Woman's Club Excellent. His humor, tucked in among serious thoughts, had the audience laughing in stitches. Rockford, Ill., Kiwanis Club Excellent. Mixed meeting with farmers as guests. All enjoyed him very much. Highland Park, Ill., Woman's Club Excellent. His talk was fresh, inspiring and humorous.
|Title||William Clyde Donald, II|
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|Personal Name Subject||Donald, William Clyde, II|
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