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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 15

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 15

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IS SOCIETY CLUBS PARENT-TEACHERS x. 1934 FASHION SHOWINGS Diplomat Will Give Lecture I Tea to End Foreign Betrothal Told At Party Founders Day Meet Lands Meet Topic OAKLAND TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1934 1 YOUTHFUL ENSEMBLEl i -l I I I Mrs. Joseph Estrella. social chairman for Bella Vista will preside at a tea which will close Founders Day festivities at a meet By ALICE RYAN ROOD Mrs. Catherine Marsh is chairman of an international dinner to be given Tuesday evening by Alameda Business and Professional ing Tues- The engagement at Miss Jkuth Eleanor Graham and Mr.

Glenn La Vine Enke was announead at a bridge party given last arenlnf by Mr. and Mrs. George Arthur Sedgwick at their home in Saaramanto. Misa Graham, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Harold Williams Women's I- iff -Wi i Graham of Oakland and a sifter day. Past 1 the unit will be guests honor. Mrs. Jack i a is chairman of the day and Mrs. William -s i-dent.

will preside. Club at Hotel Alameda. Dr. Elizabeth Ayres of Oakland, well known in civic and club life, will give a talk on Mexico. Spanish and Italian sol'os will be sung by Donald Jenkins, who is Le Comte Serge Fleury, distinguished diplomat, economist and author, will lecture before La Maison Francaise at Mills College next Tuesday, February 27, at 4 o'clock on "Vollaire." Grand et Homme International." the talk to be given in the Hall for Chamber of Music on the campus.

It will bp open to the public. Count Serce Fleury received the French Academy prize and has held Important positions in the foreign service in Bulgaria and in Syria. Members of La Maison Francaise will serve tea in the ensemble room of the Music Building at 3:15 o'clock preceding the lecture. The hostesses are to include the members of the Department of French at Mills; Miss A. Cecile Renu, Miss Marguerite Billard and Miss Helen MarMirg.

end representatives of the women's committee for La Maison Francaise. which includes the following: Mrs Leon Boequergz, Mis George Cameron. Mis. William Cavalier, Mrs. Hugh T.

Dobbins. Mrs. Ernest Guy, Mrs. E. H.

Heller. Mrs. George de Latour, Miss Edith I.ivermore. Mrs. James K.

Mnffitt. McDuffie, Mrs. William Hamilton Morrison, Jamea-'-la, Mrs. Mrs. Sedgwick (Alice Kate Graham), is a graduate of th University of California School ef Nursing, class of 1933.

Mr. Enke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Enke of Sacramento and Oakland, was graduated irom the University of California, School of Civil Engineering, class ef 19M.

Mr. Enke ii associate bridge designing engineer for the California Division of Highways. He la a junior member of the American A canrile-lighting MRS. KSTRfXI.A mony will -Trilnmr photo be featured, with four girl students playing, his ownMRs. catiifrink marsh guitar accompaniment.

Othei guest artists on the program-will be Irene- Trainer Sands, pianist; a highland dancer" and of Mrs. Marjorie Hawkes par-lieipating. Students of the dramatic class will give a reading and the Glee Club, directed by Mrs. Helen Hobson, will sing. Mrs.

Henry Hodes. vice president highland piper; Community singing Society of Civil Engineer The wedding date has been set (or March 10. After a honeymoon spent in the North, the couple will make their home in Saeramento. Mr. and Mrs.

Yelland an nounce the birth ef a daughter, to be christened Robin, on February 17 at the Peralta Hospital. DRIVER SENTENCED EL CERRITO, Feb. J4. William Richmond, received a JO-day tfliinty jail sentence after pleading guilty to a drunken driving charge before Police Judge A. Q.

Ha was given the alternate ef paying a $200 fine. 1 Ashton Mrs. James Reid, will be led by Mrs. Cora Collar. Mrs.

M. C. Sloss; Mrs. Heriot SrnaC Mrs. Slgmund Stern and Mrs.

Law-fence Strasburger. Shower Hostess ni uaKiancl council, and Mrs. A. A. Eustiee; Council Founders' Da chairman, will be special guests.

The unit will entertain at a des-t card party Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Simas. 2232 Eleventh Avenue. Mrs. J.

D. MacDonald is assisting with arrangements. 0 Elmhurst A. is combining a regular business meeting Tuesday with a Founders Day celebration. School students will give the program.

Psf presidents of the unit and Tribune Clarice Pattern No. 1254-B. Out of a wonderful assemblage, closely upon the styles set by adult of da'shing and youthful styles for fashions. In the matter of shoes, the very young miss, we have while we know that growing feet An assisting committee working with Mrs. Marsh on arrangements for Tuesday's dinner is made up of Mesriames Felicia Evans, Florence Piatt.

Mildred Binkley, Kathryn Stubbleficld. Mabel Dye, Iva Dean Myers and Miss Jessie Cundall. Miss Bertha Moblad, president, will preside. 0 Fidelis Coterie, a club, membership of which is made up of a group of young Chinese matrons in the bay region, entertained recently at a dinner dance at the Hotel Fairmont, San Francisco. Consul General Chang Lok Chen of San Francisco, was guest of honor.

Club members were joined by their husbands for the dinner and later In the evening a large number of guests came for dancing. Mrs. Joseph Shoong of Oakland is president of Fidelis Coterie. Other officers are: Mrs Frank Dun. vice president; Mrs Henry Wong, secretary; Mrs.

Sim Fnnng and Mrs. Julius Yee. social hostesses. A major project of the organization Is a program of philanthropy. and who Mrs.

Theodore Melvin Wurta, who gave a dinner bridge last evening at her home for Misi Genevieve Watkins, leaves next month for New York. chosen the ensemble sketched as require all the consideration poa in! members of the faculty will be honor guests, as will Mrs. W. J. Ger-rish, Oakland Council president, and Mrs.

J. I. Mcintosh, Council vice president, and Elmhurst sponsor. Mrs. Ira Anthony will be chairman of the day.

0 0 0 Funds to purchase books for the children's library will he raised by Erwin Markham A. typical or tne newest trends juvenile fashions for Spring. A. CALENDAR MONDAY'S Sixteenth District Meeting, Trinity. Methodist Churaa, Dana and Dnrant Straeta, Bat keley, 10 a.

m. to p. m. Weatlake Adeleseent fhyachaU egy elaaa, a. m.

Elhtabeth Sherman Gym, 7:48 p. m. Fruitvale Oym, 7:10 p. m. Rock Rid re Gym, I p.

m. Daniel WebsterGym, I p. Horace Mann Gym, p. Oakland High Gym, averting. Allendsl Cheral, p.

m. Oakland Jefferson Kitchtn ehestry, 1 p. m. Cleveland Public speaking eUae, school, 1 p. m.

Cheral, 406 Van Buren Street, 1 p. m. Alameda Washington QullHag bee and luncheon. At the home of her parenfs, Mr. nd Mrs.

J. E. Higgins, in Piedmont, this afternoon. Miss Virginia Higgins was hostess at a bridge tea nd kitchen shower for a bride-elect. Miss Kathleen O'Connor, betrothed of Mr.

John Willey of Fresno. Miss O'Connor is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Roderic O'Connor of Piedmont. Guests this afternoon were the Misses Betty Osmont, Kay Coogan, Alicia Maiden, Be'ty Dibert, Betty Anne' Higgins, Margaret Barber Cynthia Klinkhardt, Kay Knudsen.

Alieen Young, Gertrude Ottesen, Maybelle Cook. Barbara Parker, Patricia Hanford and Patty Hassler. a a a Mrs. Theodore Mclvin Wurts of this city entertained at a bridge and shower last evening for Miss Genevieve Watkin of Berkeley, who Is to leave for New York Inter In the month, to wed Mr. Edward Fenamler.

A group of Sigma Kanpa Sorority sisters of the hosless'and Jinnnred guest were guests. A dinner preceded the shown-. Dr. Aureba Henry Bernhardt, president of Mrlls College, was Veterans' Activities sible, it is interesting to note that smartness is being allied with comfort in the shoes for Spring and that some of them are made with scientific arch support which will prevent future discomfort Most all the gay colors seen in the adult at a food sale Tuesday. Mothers of Whether your daughter Is going tn camp, spending the Summer in the country, staying nt home, or (raveling with you this is a model that you should Include in her wardrobe, for she will need it wherever she goes.

The reefer silhouette, very new this season, is nicely adapter' tn the finger-tip jacket. And there is a pupils In the classes of Mrs. R. Keyes and Miss May Crawford are in charge, under leadership of Mrs. Lee Spencer.

department are also available for 1 children. Tribune Clarice Pattern No. 1254-B is designed in sizes 6. 8, 10, 12 years. Size 8 years requires 1 2-S i yards of 54 inch material.

yard of 54 Inch contrast. Prralta A. will honor Alice Birney and Phoebe Hearst, founders A public speaking contest for high school students under the auspices I of the first and second districts of I the Disabled American War Vet- erans will be started shortly, ac- cording to Bernard Owene, adjutant of Oakland Post No. 7 of the D. A.

V. John Ryan of Watterman is area chairman of the contest. Members 'Uggestinn of wind-swept motion VETERANS' CALENDAR TONIGHT rtanre, 8:30 p. I'nltin Labor Tost No. 1917, Oakland Veterans Ftullrilnjr.

Dance, 8:30 p. Oakland unit No. 5, American Legion Auxiliary, California lintel. Whist, 8:15 p. Industrial Post No.

1010, V. F. Emeryville Veterans' Building. about the collar and revers that of A. at a meeting Tuesday afternoon under chairmanship of Mrs.

Curtis Smith. A rnndlelighting 0 0 0 Members of the civic and philan- should satisfy even the most fash I HOW TO OBTAIN CLAIRI) PATTEM! Write your nam and adrtreii rlalnly. lncludlna tlty, alvlnK the, num ion-wise young person. ceremony in which offirers of the The sleeveless frock is made with a light contrast In Ihe waist that is unit will participate will be featured. At the conclusion of Ihe business also used in the facings of the of Post 7 assisting him are Owens, ber and ftize of th patterns you denlr.

Enclose li csnts la stamps er coin (wrap coin carefully) for aeh pattarn and address youy envelop to 'larlce Pattern iiiircau, Oakland Tribune, Oakland, Calif. To xpseita ilollvery ef pntlerna, orders nre forwarded to New York by airmail tha day thoy reach The Tribune Pattern Bureau, and the Nw fork designers endeavor to have them on their way West within twenty-four hours nfter they receive them, although a reasonable time should be allowed. Jesse Murphy, Joseph Weitzell, Cap meeting Mrs. F. Canham- of Oak jacket.

Though giving an impression of intricate construction the dress is made in just four pieces. It Is tain William E. Johnson and Ellwyn Bergsten. a miracle of simplicity which will The contest will be open to stu CUT OUT ALONG THESE LINES 1 CLARICE PATTERN BUREAU OAKLAND TRIBUNE. Oakland, Calif.

Enclosed find for which please send patterns as listed. dents of all public, private or parochial high schools. Rules are to be hostess at dinner to fellow members I of the Srore Club. The dinner was held In her home on the campus, which was made festive with Spring blossoms. Among the members of the Score Club present ere: Mrs.

M. C. Sloss, Mrs. Edward S'nnwond, Mrs. Alfred McLaughlin, Mrs.

Adelaide Brown Mrs. William Palmer Lucas, and Miss Elizabeth Ashe of Snn Francisco, and Miss Mary Wilson and Mrs. Marian L. Stebbins of Berkeley Mrs Trin be appreciated by mothers who lake entire charge of their daughter's clothes. Though novelty fabrics combined with plain colors, are meeting with great success, two shades of one announced later by the veterans in charge.

Name 0 0 0 Oakland unit No. 5 of the Ameri Pattern Size Number Wanted color are more popular. Other combinations that are favorites of Ihe moment are navy with Mexican rust, porcelain blue with dusty Street can Legion Auxiliary will give a dance tonight in the California honor guest of President Reinhardt pink or two graduations of the new Ihropic sections of the Park Boulevard Club will join for luncheon Monday noon. This is the final activity of the club scheduled for the current month. 0 0 0 Mrs.

Nathaniel Gardner will preside at a meeting of Town and Gown Clubs current events section. Tuesday morning. "Turkey and Greece Shake Hands" is the subject for discussion. 0 0 0 Mrs. B.

W. Bours, Alameda District chairman of literature, has had to withdraw for a short time from club aclivities because of illness. The club leader was operated on recently for appendicitis at Providence Hospital During her convalescence she Is being the recipient of many attentions from a wide circle of friends. 0 0 Luther B. Marrhant, dean of the will be speaker at a meeting of the htude Club Monday afternoon, at Berkeley Women's City Club.

Josephine Taggarri and Dorothy Gilllspie Knowlton, sopranos, will sing, accompanied by the String Ensemble. Genevieve Sweetscr Wood will be tea chairman. Miss Laura Cairns is club president. 0 0 0 City Hotel, Thirty-fifth Street 'and San yellow with Schiaparelll calls "To Pablo Avenue. kay." Children's accessories follow State Proceeds are to swell the auxili ary's Veterans' Welfare Fund.

Print or Write Plainly XX The' following committee, ap will be given, by Dr. Jason Noble Pierce, pastor of the church. 0 0 As the first salvo in a concerted membership drive. Union Labor Post No. 1917 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold a dance tonight in the Oakland Veterans' Building.

Music for dancing will be furnished by George Collins and his orchestra. In charge of the evening art William Gellerman, commandr of the post, and Thomas F. Barry, adjutant. 0 Veterans of Emeryville Industrial Post No. 1010 of the V.

F. W. will gather at their building on Salem Street tonight for a whist party, open lo comrades and friends of the post alike. Dancing will follow the card playing. Junior Past Commander H.

T. Gustafson Is chairman of the affair. The auxiliary of the post has donated refreshments. 0 Sewing classes are held I Albany unit of the American Legion Auxiliary, following the regular meeting each Wednesday. Coffee is served at noon.

The auxiliary has just appropriated funds for bed jackets and pads to be given veterans at Llvermort Hospital. land will give a Founders Day address. Mrs. J. A.

Goebel, a past president, will give a short history of the association. The Choral will sing Mrs. A. J. Weeks will preside at the tea which concludes the afternoon, 0 Daniel Webster A.

will have Rev. Hnrton Colbert of the Pilgrim Congregational Church as speaker at its meeting of Tuesday afternoon. "The Effect of Narcotics and Alcohol on Safety and Character" will be the subjert discussed. Mrs. Wesley Jones will preside at the session and Mrs.

Irene Johns will have charge of the program. Pupils of Mrs. Venus Powers will present an entertainment. MrsB will be hostess of the afternoon. 0.0 0 Berkeley High A.

will have a meeting of its home department Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs. Bruee Cresap, 2001 Fledmont Avenue. Mrs. Robert O. Moody, Girl Scout Commissioner of Berkeley Council of Girl Scouts, will be speaker.

She will talk on "The Three C's of Education Character, Citizenship and Culture." Mrs. Moody spent more than a year In Europe making a study of child welfare. The meeting is open to all OUT ALONQ THESE LINKS pointed by Clara Rank, president of the unit, "3 In charge of the dance: Margaret Burkhart, chairman; Nettie Dunne, Dorothy Moss-barger, Eunice Such, Ann Loeffler and Josephine Greenwalt. 0 0 0 Captain S. H.

Grant, commander No Matter What Motor Is Under the Hood ---or What Make or Model Car You DriveIts Performance Will Be Better With of Oakland Post No. 15 of the Canadian Legion, will be of ceremonies tomorrow night at a patriotic rally In the First Congregational Church, Post and Mason Streets, San Francisco. Richmond Couple Tell Engagement RICHMOND. Feb. 24.

Daniel K. Bush and Miss Minta L. Bock, both of Richmond, announced their betrothal. Announcement was made to a group of friends and relatives who gathered at the Stege Presbyterian Church to celebrate the fourth anniversary of Rev. and Mrs.

C. Mery Bish's pastorate at the church. Bush is Mrs. Bish's brother. The wedding ceremony will be held early next month and the couple will make their home in Siege.

Miss Bockis the daughter of Mrs. Louise-ifBock. 217 South Twenty-third Stoeet, and Is a graduate of RicrAond Union High School. Bush is the son of Judge and Mrs. Georgt W.

Bush of Sunset Beach and attended school at Huntington Bealh High School. nd the Score Club on that evening. Engineering students from the five different colleges comprising the Engineers' Council at the University of California will hold their Itqnualj spring dance on March lfi ln4he Ivory Court of the Hotel Onkland. More than 600 students are expected to attend this event which Is being given on the eve of St. Patrick's Day.

For more than 30 years the engineering students at the University of California have been gathering together each spring for the Engineers Dance which is their major social activity of the year, according to Grant J. Weiss, president of the Council. Assisting In arrangements for the dance at the Hotel Oakland will be Jack P. Hays, vice-president. Ralph S.

Hnlford, secretary and Claud M. Helm, treasurer. Patrons nd patronesses of the dance will include faculty members at the University and the Deans of the engi-Beering colleges, Weiss said. 0 0 0 Mr. and Mrs.

Victor J. LaMott antertalned at dinner for a group of friends this week at the Hotel Oakland. The dinner party took place In the Crystal Dining Room. Honoring Miss Madoline Mary "Flying Across America In Twen The meeting will be attended by ty Hours" Is the title of a motion representatives of all the veterans' picture to be shown Monday evening at the College Women's Club. organizations in San Francisco, in addition to a small delegation from this side of tiie bay.

Interesting points along the historic Overland will be featured. A The chief address and invocation lecture will -iipplement the pic ture. Toonerville Folki LIFE By Fontaine Fox A meeting of the public affairs section is scheduled for Monday GASOLENE afternoon. Mrs. Franklyn W.

Oat man is chairman. 0 0 0 Mickey (himself) McGuire CHAMBER TO MEET SAN LEANDRQ, Feb. 24 San Narcotics Week will provide the theme of a radio broadcast to be Aglven Monday morning by Alame I.eandro Chamber of Commerce directors will meet Thursday, March 8, when business will be transacted at the Chamber's Open Forum luncheon to be held in Estudillo Fhinney and her fiance, Robert da District Federation or womens Club. Bacon Frier, a buffet supper will given this Sunday evening, Feb W. G.

Walker, chief of the divi mil. ruary 15, by Mrs. A. S. Luce at sion of narcotics for California, will speak on "The Evils of Narcotics," her Park Boulevard home in Oak land.

and tell of some of the difficulties 'AM BUY AMERICAN of law enforcement. Mrs. Elizabeth The engagement of Miss Phinney Mr. Frier was announced at a Losslng, Berkeley policewoman will speak on "Juvenile Delin Yalentine party given at the bride quency." alect'l home. The buffet supper Sunday evening Is one of a number af aimllar parties which will be fiven for Miss Phinney before her marriage later -n th.

year. Miss Phinney will be hostess the mm (rst week in Marcn at a snower Honoring Miss Ruth Tate whose en gagement was announced earlier in Milk the season, one Mr. and Mrs. James Walker of Bfoadmoor Boulevard entertained at their home recently, on which occasion the engagement of their son. with lots of Mr.

William Walker, to Miss Nordis Sands of Boston, was announced. Their guests were the Misses Arlene Peterson, Ina Hunter, Ruth Anderson, Barbara Fisk, Cream I 0 MONDAY'S CLUB CALENDAR, Alameda District Federation-Radio broadcast, 11:15 a. m. College Women's Club rublle affairs section, 1p.m. lecture and moving picture, 8 p.m.

faude Club Program, Berkeley I Women's City Club, 2:30 p. m. Park Boulevard Club Philanthropic and civic sections, 12 m. Hill Club Meeting, 249 Monte-city Avenue. Lakevlew Club section, 10 a.

m. Literary section, 2 p. m. Soroptimist Club Luncheon, Hotel Oakland, 12:15 p. m.

Alta Mlra Club Annual birthday luncheon, 1 p. m. Oakland Women's City Club-Trojan I ridge luncheon, 12:15 p. m. Eaatbay League of Women VotersMeeting, Hotel Leamington, 8 p.

m. Newman Hall Mothers Club Meeting, 1:30 p. m. Spring tea, 2 p. m.

Northbrae Woman's Clob Current events, 10 a. m. Luncheon; aocfftl service section, 1 p. m. Hock Eldge Woman'a Club Bridge section meeting.

Foothill Boulerard Women'! Club "Listening In" section, 1027 FlftriTtli Amine, il a. m. A Gretchen Fisk, Corrine Fisk and Meesrs. Wendel Peterson, Jack Jameson, Allen Yuitt, Robert Eccles. Harry Hendricks, Clarence Cole and Mr.

and Mrs. Arthur McRae. RATING -a i i i. 1 i 1 1 KAtyour nearest individual grocer. cr pboncj American creamery co.

HOIIiday0181 DEALERS Call our Eastbay DUtributor CHAS. MASKELL, 14210 East St, San Laandro Phone SWaatwood 0356 Persona wlshlrif ta netetiate a distributorship in new centers should call eur main off lea Mo haw Pe tro i ci Financial Center Building, Sn Franeic" friends it a luncheon in her home tn Wildwood Gardens on Wednesday. Mrs. J. Edward McCreary of Eur ant Avenue entertained a group old friends at luncheon Wednesday with bridge a later diversion, present were Mrs.

Albert Ehrgott, Mr Elizabeth Witter, Mrs. Charles I. Dunseomb, Mm Wallace Pond, Kn. Stephen Sill, Mrt, William Getter, Mrs. Robert Brueo and Mrt.

Mjr lath and Poplar Street! Oakland.

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