Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on June 1, 1934 · Page 9
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 9

Oakland, California
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Friday, June 1, 1934
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.1 OAKLAND TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1934 B : ; . ' : : ; ' "ACTIVITIES OF EASTBiW SQCIETYCLUBSPT. A. P.-T. Plans TeaDranna Afternoon " Edwin ?.ldrkham P -T. A. will entertain at tea and a djrarna program Monday ..afternoon. wur plays, directed by Mrs. Da4 Barnes, will bo presented. They are "Lizzie, the Ribbon Counter Girl"; "Hiring a New Cook"; " H o w Wei Story Grew" and "Wild Nell." The unit's gym class will be the quests of the Daniel Webster P.-T. A. gym class on Monday evening. The Edwin .Mark ham Association will have its last meeting of the term fcgjk .on Wednes- dny in the MRS. DAVID U.MtNI'.S yrhonI audj. tovinm. A box exchange luncheon Will be fi'at..i;rrl. JUi.--.-i Doris Mc Kntyre of the Oak-lanri Sciimil Department will speak on "Children's It'ioks." Mrs. Herbert Spencer, presidentelect, will report on the. State convention. Mrs. G. I.. Jtitchic will give the historian's report A program cf music will be presented. O O O Oold'-n Gate P.-T A. had its last mceiini; of the year this afternoon. A ii; ii( ; s'.--si"h and social hour, with a proeram of music, made up the day's calendar. a a o Mci-ibers of tlv nisabeth Sherman ' Choral bronchi ' 1 he ir work of the year t" a cli..-e this afternoon when liiey wen- enterlained at the home of Mrs. Floyd Nichols, unit l-'-rrirlrnt. , i Mir. Nichols- was installed for her .second term of office at a rcent luncheon given by the' association. Richard W. Kretsinger, school principal, was at this time presented with a life membership in the California Congress of raronts and Teachers. The installation luncheon was attended by 125 members. O O r . Dan sol Writer. P.-T." A. and the Dads Club will join in giving a picnic toniorov.' at Mosswood Park. Games will be played in the after-nn-in. A pot-hii k supper will be. served ct fl o'clock. Mrs. A. A. CI lonowe! h is chairman of the Cf(m; milti'c ai i ::"",inr; the affair, concluded ii.. work of the year o o a Mfii.b'rs of Glenview P.-T. A. ' met today at the home of Mrs. S. F. Wnrs-.'.ick to make plyns for a lur"hcon party to be given next week honoriiy:; graduating students. ri i!:s1.,fff'nc.vt year's prnmams wei e ( iitlined yesteiriay at fl' meeting of the executive 'hoard, held at the home of Mrs. -M. I!. Nichols. " f .1 , 8 JKW II' TV . -.i- J&P 11 J ' 1 . e :a-----J?3T. 0aklancys oldest Tveats of ady growth. O Jan Celebrating " yeals -nnuarstoiewide sale . ...Jvnna-Eteat.anmT , .... wardrobe, a PW.A w and cWd A Gift for everyttv -"""l Ir inarS . A balloon Sho CfTl Gardenia Boo on Slf thirst o: Second Floor, i emit. i . i and. Basement. U '' trrfS ID'S X I BETROTHAL TOLD ; Miss Ruth Richardson, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Frederick Boyd Richardson of Vernon Street, whose engagement to Mr. Robert Magnor Hayes of La Jolla, Cal., was announced today by her parents. Burlingame Opens Jr. College Battle REDWOOD CITY, June 1. Seven Burlingame residents today were named on a committee to attempt to wrest the San Mateo Junior College from San Mateo and relocate it on a Burlingnroe site. The committee said it planned to i-fngage in a non-aggressive cam paign to win the junior college, putting up its arguments and allowing the voters to decide the issue. The lux payers will be nsked June 25 to approve the expenditure of $80,001) for a new site. Mayor Allan F. Hunt of Burlin-jgame heads the committee and other members are Elmer Roberts, Steb Teal. Henry Maier, Jack Lynch, Mrs. Emerson Miller and Mrs. E. W. Stephens. Wiys . ladies jt eS,kingrS'Flobr i,rlariment. fr iC f Ail 1 City Officials Will Direct Sciot Meet RICHMOND, June 1. Hollis Thompson, Berkeley City Manager will speak before members of the Richmond Pyramid of Sciots to night at the Richmond Clubhouse. City officials and employees will be in charge of the meeting, according to W. E. Lane, toparch. A business meeting will follow the address and an entertainment will be presented after the meeting. Plans will be discussed for a street parade to be held in Oakland on June 13. Preparations also will be laid for a ladies night program on June 15 and a picnic at La Honda Bowl on August 26. loktwi : ' fLb to and d, -A. f . 'TV'. Parents x Aoaioiiitice Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Boyd Richardson of Vernon Street announce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth, to Mr. Robert Mag-nor Hayes of La Jolla, Southern California. The bride-to-be attended the University of Michigan, whpre she affiliated with Gamma Phi sorority, and the University of California. The marriage of the couple will be a simple service performed at the home of the bride's parents next week, after which the couple will go to La Jolla for the Summer. Goes to England Miss Dorothy Dunn, daughter of Mrs. James Dunn of Alameda, is returning to Oxford for her M. A., and expects to leave the end of June for England. She will visit in London and in Scotland with her family before the opening of college. Miss Dunn will go via Panama, sailing from San Francisco soon. O O O Invitations have been received for the wedding of Miss Luise Brims, daughter of Mrs. Henry Charles Bruns, and Mr. Francis Jackson Marshall for Saturday, June 16, at R:30 o'clock at Christ Episcopal Church, Alameda. A reception will follow at Hotel Alameda, Central and Broadway. , t 0 O 0 In honor of Miss Elena Huaco, who is to be married on June 7, Mrs. Edith M. K. Tjbbetts of Berkeley opened her home on Shatluck Avenue for a tea and show given by the American Hospitality International Relations committee of the College Women's Club. Assisting In receiving were the members of this committee. Bronze and yellow flowers were tised In the appoint ments of the dining rooms wher tea was served. Wed in Reno The marriage of Miss Margaret Nye, daughter of Mrs. W. F. Ne and the late W. F. Nye of Palm Beach, and Mr. Charles L. Tebbe, son of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Tebbe of this city, took place May 11 in Reno, Nev. Mrs. Tebbe is a graduate of the University of Washington and has lately been in charge of the county library at Klamath Falls, Ore. Mr. Tebbe Is a graduate of the University of California, class of '29, where he was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity arid of Golden Bear, Phi Phi, Winged Helmet and Big C honor societies. He has recently returned from a two-year stay in the Philippine Islands, where he was engaged as forest engineer, by hardwnodfirhber interests, and is now with li-re search branch of the U. S.vForest Service at the Univerrty of Cali fornia. The couple will mnke Berkeley their home. store open l00W iesh new, , . tOT CVA. Shop . . , ' . CLUB CALENDAR FOR TOMORROW Y. W. C. A. Tea for teachers, 3:30 p. m. Junior Etude Club Picnic, John . flinkle Park. Sorority to Dance A dinner dance will be given this evening at the Athens Athletic Club by the Gamma Chapter of the JVlu Delta Epsilon sorority It will be a formal initiation dance. Miss Alice Penney is in charge of arrangements and the following will attend: 'fto-Misscs Edith Carey, Viola Stephenson. Delma Whitcnmb, Jean Hooson, Dorothy Webster, Mary Humpert, Betty Dale. Susan Dalziel, Betty Groves, Dorothy Jensen. Kathryn Hooson, Marlyn Heine and Naomi Wanderin. Mrs. L. Whitcomb and Mrs. C. A. Groves will attend as sponsors. Tomorrow evening yG. "and Mrs. C. J. Ohlson will eYiferlain a number of their friends at the Athens Club dinner dance. Among those who will attend as guests Will be: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Winekler, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Winekler, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hover, Miss Marion Tyndall and Mr. L. E. Aquirrie. O O I Students at the University of California, en route to the National Convention of Alpha Xi Delta sorority, to bo held at Swampscott, Mass., sailed on the S. fi. Santa Elena from San Francisco for New York, May 31. Representing the local chapter were Miss Edith Harts, Miss Catherine Parker and Miss Jacqueline Allan. O O O Mrs. George Rothganger accom panied by her guest Mrs. George Chevalier, who has been in Europe for some time, returned from a motor trip to Santa Barbara, yesterday. They stopped at Carmel en route north. Mills Lecture Society on both sides of the bay will travel to Mills College this evening to attend a reading by Dr. Aurelia Henry Reinhardt, to be followed by a reception in her honor. "An Evening With thte Plays of Thornton Wilder" Is sponsored by the Mills Club of Alameda Counly for the benefit of their scholarship fund. Reservations for themselves and guests have been made by Mr., and Mi. George W. Banzhaf, Mrs. B. C. Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Morgan, Mrs. Hugh Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Farnhain P. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Cebert Capwell, Mrs. II. C. Capwell, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard B. Smith. Mrs. Amelia MaeConaughy, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Reinhardt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vilas. Mr. and Mrs. William pCavalicr, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Walker, Mr. Albert Bender, Dr. fjojieat Leavens. Miss Anna Sawyer. Mr. sfnd Mrs. Seldon "C. Smith, Mr. Mrs. Herman H. Pbleger, Miss Marcella Allen, Mrs. W. W. Bruner, Mrs. Harry E. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay A. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Doyle. Mrs. Wells Drury, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ember-son, Miss Beatrice La Coste, Mr. arid Mrs. M. E. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic S. Hirschler, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Cadagan, Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Henley, Mr. and Mrs. James Inward, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hoov- rvMr,s. Ells Whitmore, Mr. and Mrs.iWcrvin V. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Jcwett, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Erskine. Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Kent, Miss Annie Lowery, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McClure, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Howell, Mr. and Mrs., Hugh T. Dobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wcnt-worth, Mr. and Mrs. William Palmer Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fisher and Mrs. F. H. Gregory. The few. remaining tickets ai-fln the hands of Mrs. Earl B. Henley, Glencourt 2026. Pioneers Celebrate 55th Wedding Day Relative1 and 'friends' will attend -releMalirm of the fiftv-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. McDowell Sunday at the home of their daughter. Mrs. R. N. Thode of 1802 Curtis Street, Berkeley. - Mrs. McDowell came across the pJains.with her parents as a child, and is me mother of James W. McDowell of Richmond, Mrs. D. T. Mervett and Mrs.'Thode. The McDowells married in Al- turas, Modoc County, but have spent most of their married life in Oakland and the Eiistbay, according to Mrs. Thode. There is one great-grandchild, Donald E. Aiden, 20 months old. , 1 Clubman of S. "F. Weds at Salinas SALINAS, June 1. Harry Robertson, 51, prominent. San Francisco clubman and owner of a book-publishing firm in Redwood City, and the former Lucy Sherman, 45, were honeymooning somewhere in California. They were married in Justice of the Peace Harry J. King's court, with the mothers of both the bride and bridegroom as witnesses. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Jane Robertson, came to Monterey county . to be married fifty-three years ago. The new Mrs. Robertson Is said to be related to General Sherman of Civil War fame. Election of Officers To Feature Meeting RICHMOND, June 1. Election of officers will be held by the Rich mond Lions Club at a meeting Tuesday noon at the Hotel Carquinez. Dr. George A. Boehmer has been nominated for. president to succeed Dr. L. H. Fraser. Justice of the Peace John Moore will be . chair man of the program. . - " TOMORROWS ',' P.-T. A. CALENDAR Daniel , Webster Plcnlo, Moss-wood Park. Y.W.C.A. To Honor Teachers By ALICE RYAN ROOD Oakland Y. W. C. A. will enter tim tomorrow afternoon at its annual June tea in honor of teachers ' esiding at .the "Y" Central Build- i n g, 1 5 l s W e b s t e r Street. The affair will be held in the hotel lounge from 3:30 until S i' o'clock. Host- esses at the tea will i n c 1 "u d e Mrs. M i 1 -died Houtz, - Mrs. Evelyn warn e r, Miss Wilma Haley, Miss L o n y n e A n d e r - MRS. MI1DKKI) HOVTZ SQn g n d Miss Martha Davis. Mrs. Alice Tournier will preside at the candle-lighted tea table. Honor guests will include Mrs. Grace Granger, Mrs. Iris Smithern and the Misses Marguerite Schmitz, Gertrude Fotheringham, Yvonne Poirer, Rau Van Horn aijd Hazel Scandrett. O 0 0 Claire B. Myers, who has been president of the Oakland Alpha Lambda Chapter of the National Pi Omicron Sorority, has been named as chief executive of the northern province of the sorority. Her election took place at a province convention held at the Hotel Lake Mer-lilt. Other officers named include: Inez Wentzel, Fresno Alpha Upsilon chapter, vice president; Wanda La-hanier, Sah Francisco Beta Alpha chapter, corresponding secretary; Melba Carr, Stockton Alpha Chi chapter, recording secretary, and Beth Sullivan, Oakland Alpha Lamba chapter, treasurer. The Help-a-Bit-Club of the San Leandio Methodist Church will entertain at its annual luncheon next Wednesday at Robin Hood Inn, 55 Grand Avenue. Reservations will be closed Sunday. Newly named officers of Ihe club will be installed Sunday at the 11 o'clock service at the church. OOO Mrs. Reuben T. Evans and Mrs. Lester F. Miller, newly elected members of the board of directors, Berkeley, Women's City Club, presided at the tea tables at the first of the summer buffet luncheons given by the club today. Mrs.' Harold Trunk is chairman of the Friday buffet affairs. Assisting were Mesdames Lucille D. Moore, Marjorie Everhart, Faul H. Hauser, Frank Foss, C. B. Jansen, Guilford Soules, George Nelson. Arthur Ahlgren, Ernest Jackson, Walter Crutcher, W. M. Noble and James B. Blackie. Oakland Girl Wins Place oh Council Beth Fitchen, 443 Sixty-second Street, has been appointed a member of the Associated Women Stu dents' Council at Washington State College, according to dispatches. Miss Fitchen, a sophomore in the department of bacteriology, has been appointed building fund chair man. LOOK ON1 FOR YOUR MONEY'S WORTH! ft j f. - : "Clicquot Club" means a ginger ale famous for flavor sinca 1881 ...And "full pint "means honest, 16-ounce measure for your money NOT 12, lut 16 ounces make a pint. And this is the honest measure that you get in the Clicquot Club full-pint bottle. Really a tliird more ... of a ginger ale that you can. serve with pride and satisfaction! Since 1881, no finer ginger ale has been made than Clicquot Club. In it is the pick of Jamaica's ginger . . . aged with other selected ingredients . .blended with pure water from deep rock sources. .And CLICQUOT CLUB Pale Dry is really dry . . . piquant . . . ehful exhilarating. UCQUOT.QLU! v. !. " v - - . ..:..','..'... s -f :.' '-., PALE DRY-The Vintago Ginger ; Modesto Man Files Income Tax Protest WASHINGTON, June 1 W E. R. Hawke of Modesto. Cal., petitioned the board of tax appeals today for a redetermination of income tax claims tptaling $37,788 for 1930 and 1931. His petition charged the Bureau of Internal Revenue erroneously claimed he made taxable profit on the sale of J. C. Penney Company stock, and refused to allow a deduc tion for loss on stock he claims to have brought on fraudulent repre- sentations. ' Amazing Value Ze SAY SAW THE Now, at your dealer's, you can get two full-pint bottles of Clicquot Club for only 25 cents. And there is no bottle deposit to bother youi Here's qualityat a bargain price! See your dealer today and avail yourself of it! . . . Clicquot Club, Company, Millie, Massachusetts. BURT'S n . at Xv- with all our I J n K&S HaU I KAIlS I m0T Fvtr Jf1 w . II ADU . value U FULL PINTS 25 C ("O bottle deposit) WOfl QUITS ' - ; KINGMAN, Ariz.. June 1. WV Mayor Will Murphy has decided t let his firemen do the firefighting hereafter. He was in a hospital today with a broken hip because he tried to make a fireman's leap-ior the fire engine as it darted out of the station. He missed and fell to the pavement Style-Hits of the Hour I The latest white shoes! Crisp, new, just unpacked! Sandals, pumps, ' ties, oxfordsl Sports styles with built-up leather heels! A world of gorgeous variety to choose from 'at just $2.95 a pair! $UeV 2V2.tol6f AAA id C! ari5mart shoes 1209 WASHINGTON STREET PUS TAX 0 KIAIT. ORDERS ' .. THE TRIBUNE " mmm T

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