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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 11

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 11

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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OAKLAND TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1935 6 if! Juniors Plan SOGIETY.CfcUBS Prr LEAGUE PIS OPEN HOUSE PRESIDENT DANCE AT ASSEMBLY 4-. For Valentine Hop Saturday Glenview Juniors, 'at meeting this evening at. the clubhouse In Glenfield Avenue, will complete plans for a Valentine dance to- be, given Saturday evening. Arlene Dunn is chairman.

A report will be made by the drama section' of a recent meeting. Approximately 75 coupjes will at tend Saturday's dance, according to Miss Dunn, Miss Margaret Schidell, junior advisor, will be among honor guests. 00 -Ebell Club's ways and means com mittee will sponsor a bridge party tomorrow afternoon at the-jclub- house in Harrison Street. The affair is one of a series planned to raise "a mile of pennies," to defray cost of the club's new roof. Mrs.

Earle B. Henley is ways and Stella K. The Ivy MS''s I'll 1 Plane for participating of BeAe-ley League of Women Voters In th annual open house sponsored by the City of Berkeley, late in March, were made at a recent league board meeting field at the home of Mrs. Walter Blasdale, treasurer. Mrs.

Hollis Thompson and Mrs. Fred C. Hutchinson were appointed -co-chairman to the league to work with Berkeley officials' in planning the affair. Mrs. Carrie Hoyt and Mrs.

H. N. Herrick, Berkeley cuncilwomen, were elected honorary chairmen. meeting of the league' scheduled for yesterday was dispensed with in order that members might participate in the Cause and Cure oi! War Conference in San Francisco. Johnson or set Si or famous PROBLEM GIRDLES for tke ys' League to tve The Charity League announces garden party and tea td be held at the home of Mrs.

Herbert E. Hall eal" King Avenue, Piedmont, on Wednesday, April 3. Plans for the affair will be completed at a meeting and luncheon to be held at the home of Mrs. Griffith Hjenshaw on February 25. Proceeds of.

the luncheon will be given to the fund te earry pn the work of the Pacific Protective Assftciatiohhebenefi-ciary of the tea and garden party in the Spring. Mrs. John Walton Pearson is president of the group, of women who form the membership of the league and Mrs. John Symes, treasurer. Members are Mesdames Louis J.

Breuner, Thomas Bunker, Robert Adams, Burton Brace, Carlton Bryan, Irving Culver, Welby Dins-more, Dudley Dexter, Maurice Gibson, Herbert Hall, S. Montgomerie Arthur Selby, Marjorie Higgins, Tilghman Johnston, Gustav Lindberg, Reginald Marshall, Le-land Miller, Lucien Norris, John Walton Pearson, A. C. Stubbs, John P. Symes, Griffith Henshaw, Paul St.

Sure, Mark Noble and Guy Gilchrist if In tht Chapel of the Flowers at o'clock this evening, Miss Mar- garet Helen-Ware will becom the bride of Mr. Robert Buchannan Scott Attending the bride will be Mrs. Albert Orin Hartt as matron of jiohor; Miss' Irma Conrad and Mrs. Romuald Pittard as brides- maids. The best man will be Mr.

Albert Orin Hartt and the ushers Messrs. Ernie Dybal, Mr. Ronauld de Pittard, Al Charles and Walter Crew. ana The Junior- High School set will assemble in Piedmont Community Center this evening for the regular Friday night assembly. Miss Phyllis Wilson and Miss Janet Smith are entertaining.

12 girls at dinner before the dance. -X'- vs 1767 BROADWAY, OAKLAND, 7 Two of the members of the Piedmont Assemblies who' will attend the formal at Claremont Country Club tomorrow evening are (left to right) Mist Janet Davidson and Miss Elizabeth Puckalew. Miss Davidson will entertain at dinner before the dance. 1 Tribime staff photos Hip-Type featuring her HIP Special Also on BEDPIN 'i 1 Large An ful trie extra waistline 14 to extraordinarily suedes-. garment designed foi figure which needs an length garment, and control.

Lengths 20 incnes. SACRAMENTOt 7 CTJ A nr ill To President By ALICE RYAN ROOD Mrs. Edward Jacobs, New Ydrk, president of National Hadassah, will be guest of Oakland and East-bay chapter Hadassah, February 27, when the local organization will entertain at a luncheon in her honor?" at Athens Athletic Club. Mrs. Jacobs' visit here will mark the first time In history that Oakland Hadassah will have had the opportunity of entertaining its national executive, it is announced.

Plans are being made to accommodate more than 300 women at the luncheon of which Mrs. Joseph Blankstein and' Mrs. Joseph Scher-man are co-chairmaw Mrs. Henry Harris, a national vice-president, will be chairman of the Mrs. Harry Shane is president of the hostess organization.

Mrs. Max Bakar and Mrs. Andrew Gross are in charge of reservations. A long list of Hadassah members will preside as hostesses at tables, which are being arranged to accommodate parties of ten. Mrs.

Jacobs, who holds office as national president, for her third term, has been an Hadassah member since its founding 23 years ago. Since that time she has devoted her entire efforts to the movement of upbuilding Palestine as a Jewish homeland, it is of this movement she will talk when she appears before the Eastbay chapter, -O Mrs. fhillip Doane, Pasadena president of the Women's Auxiliary of "California Medical Association, will be speaker tomorrow at Hotel Lake Merritt. Mrs. Doane is in the Eastbay to preside at a State board meeting to be held here tomorrow.

Members of the. board will be special guests at the luncheon, it is announced. Mrs. R. T.

Sutherland, president of Alameda County Auxiliary, will preside; Mrs. Sutherland is Stale chairman of public health activities in the State body. Plans for Spring planting will engage attention of members of Adelphian Club's garden section at a meeting tomorroy' afternoon. Mrs. Henry Weichhart will preside.

0 The Friendly Card Club of the Eastbay League for the Hard of Hearing will be entertained tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary Thomas, 2652 Regent Street. Berkeley. Mrs. J.

W. Carmichael will preside. A dessert luncheon will precede card playing. 00 The "See and Know" section of Athene Sorority, member of California Federation of Women's Clubs, met for dinner last evening in San Francisco and Visited the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Settlement House. As a portion of the sorority's Christmas philanthropic work, members dressed scores of dolls for the little girls who use the San Francisco settlement as a community center.

Miss Hazel Avery, director of social work at the settlement, greeted Athene membcis last and explained activities, of the organization. MrS. Maude Taylor is chairman of Athene's "See and Know" section; Miss Margaret Grayston is chairman of social service. VMrs. Frank Boyce Tupper founder and counsellor of the sorority, and Miss Flora Green, president, were among those visiting 'the settlement.

A regular meeting of Athene is planned for Tuesday evening at Rock Rodge Woman's Club. Mrs. B. W. Bonis, Alameda district chairman of literature, will be guest speaker.

0 Fruitvale Women's Club will en tertain tomorrow at its annual colonial party at club headquarters, 3006 Fruitvale Avenue. Mrs. Fred Kaiser will be chairman, and Mrs. Sam Smith, co-chairman. Mrs.

Edwin Nott will be program' chairman, and Mrs. A. E. Umphred will be tea hostess. Program numbers 'will 'Include' songs by lone Chipchase; violin selections by Mrs.

Lino Accfaioll, and showing of' a picture, "California's Amazing Redwoods compiled by Mrs. R. C. Dalton will appear In the role of George Washington, Im personating --Martha Washington will be Mrs. Grace Wood.

t. Others wearing colonial costumes Will, be Hall, Mrs, Currie Goodwin, Mr Harry. Cooper and Mrs. Nott. The Center will entertain tomory row at patriotic luncheon at headquarters, Oakland Women's City Club.

Mrs. A. Harris, a past president, will be chairman of the day. Mrs. Newton Cleveland, president of Berkeley Political Science Club, will be speaker.

TOMOEROWS A. CALENDAR Woodrow Wilson School tour, program, 2 p.m. Oakland Longfellow Entertainment, 8 p.m. BurcIchaUer Valentine dnce, p.m i Dewey Whist party, I p.m. Rockridge Dinner dance, 6:30 p.nt.

Elmhurst Junior High Be a meeting, 1:30 p.m. Valentine dance, evening. LeConte Home Department, 2129 Oregon Street, 12 Laurel Theater party, afternoon and evening. Berkeley Franklin Dessert card party, 1414 Cornell Street, afternoon. Berkeley I I Vaudeville entertainment, Berkeley High School Auditorium, evenlag.

Piedmont Avenue Board meeting, 1:30 p.m., John Swelt Choral, 1 p.m. Frlck Home Department, 5828 Plcardy Drive, 12:30 p.m. Home Department, 40 Avinui, 1:30 1 V-m. PT.U6its; To Give Card Party Ahthony Chabot A. will be hostess organization this evening at, a cgrd party at Rockridge Warn-' anVClub.

Hostesses will be: Mes- a W. H. Picard.x C. J. Leone, C.

O. Sensi-baugh and Chase. Mrs. C. A.

Trumbly will be pro-'gram chairman; A va- rlely of musical entertainment; will be presented un-der direc tion erf Mrs Kenneth King, music chairman. Thej choral will sing, direct-' ed by Mrs. Elsie Dean. Valentine motifs will prevail in decorations, it is an nounced. PrnMwHa of MRS.


I.EONE the party, open to thepublic, will -Trjtiiine photon be used in child welfare work. Mrs. C. D. Huff is in charge at reservations.

Frick A 's home department of which Mrs. Bert Madsen Is chair man, will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs. C. L. Rossi, 6828 Plcardy Drive.

Members of Elisabeth Sherman A. will join the Frlck group. Frick Association will have a Founders' Day program February 21. Mrs. E.

R. Harker, Founders Day chairman, will be in charge, assisted by Mrs. W. F. Pike, pro gram chairman, A playlet written by members and directed by Mrs.

Margaret Shearer, faculty member, will be presented. In the cast will be Mesdames Pike, M. C. Ketels, Madsen, T. L.

Gordon, H. C. Styner, W. C. Andrews, J.

H. Eastman. N. M. Orme, H.

C. Vollbrecht and Eugene Ide. Mrs. I. J.

Kimmons will be in charge of the music program Mrs. Gordon, who was Frick T. A. representative at a recent Motion Picture Research, Council luncheon in San Francisco, will give her rtpart at this "meeting. Frick unit is sponsoring a radio drama class which meets each Mori-day "evening at 8 o'clock in the school.

Clelle L. Hue is director. Mrs. Guy Wallace is the Association's radio chairman. Announcement is made that the regular monthly card party of Frick Associatioa will be dispensed with this month because, cf the George Washington's birthday holiday.

Mi'S-L. E. Barker is card party-chairman. 0 0 0 John Swett announces sponsorship of a choral class, to have its initial meeting tomorrow afternoon. There is no charger The unit will serve a hot luncheon for pupils Wednesday noon, Mrs.

Shelley Fortier, in charge will be assisted by Mesdames Earl Studley, B. Monney, Charles Robins and David Bellshaw. 0 0 0 Woodrow Wilson at it's meeting tomorrow afternoon, will feature a Founders' Day program, Mrs. P. J.

Kramer, member of the Oakland Board of Education and past president of Oakland Council, will be speaker. ROLLAR spring ouus ai Rollers! Every type short, finger-tip and long coats swagger or tailored; Dark and light weaves all wool. $17.95 to $29.75 2010 BROADWAY lilt is pi 1st ar $4-95 and Up Sale at 55 Stockton S. F. HPT) 17T7 0 mm mr LtmdsapH Dipt, Consult and Flowering Shrubs Garden Club The members of the Piedmont Garden Club met this afternoon at the home of Mrs.

Walton Norwood Moore on King and Farragut Avenues. Mrs. Frank J. Edoff is president 0 Mrs. Richard Stevenson was hostess at luncheon this afternoon, entertaining in honor of Miss Emily Lowry, bride-elect.

The Tops sophisticated and very tl 2000 Broadway rqyhop Silk Suits for Fashion Honor OATIN straws with Their rough, shiny weaves seem to find "first in Fashion's favor! here you'll find the smartest shapes to go with every costume! Sailors, large or small, the popular pill-box, flat Spanish disks. and amazingly coquettish Beautify your home grounds at small NOW is the time to plant. Trees, especially, will give best results when planted early. VERY REASONABLE PRICES on: Shade Trees Flowerinr Shrubs Pltnrt DfUtiliii Poplurt Snlte Texn UmbrcllE Tree! Witrlla -Miplet PhlUrielnhin Elm. UUm Aliio, attractive prlce on Flowering Fruit Treei, Bonef, Walnut and Fruit Trees, and Grapevines.

Choose irorrt the West'i largest assortment. hlgh-auallty ilck. ronanlt out LANDSCAPE SKRVICE Phone (eve.) and our repreriintlve will glndlf rull Main Highway, at Phone NILES, Calif. oonnei types that are young, progressive! Yah nmnlu vnn 1 TTWSS Mrs. Edward Jacobs, president of National Hadassah, who will be a guest of Oakland and Eastbay Chapter of Hadassah, February 27.

Benefit Bridge Exchequer of ,1 student loaji fund maintained by Eastbay Stanford Women's Club will be swelled by proceeds of a benefit dessert bridge nn to be given torn rr i noan at 6 and Gown Club, Ber- keley. -The affair, for rs and guests, is under the uicht irman- Iship of Mrs. I J. H. Mc- I A'mong tnose wno have made reservations for the party are: MRS.

J. H. McCREADV Mesdames Harold C. Avery, A. C.

Wilcox, George Calvin, William Gage, Royal St. John, Hewitt Matthews, Roy Mc-Wethy, Albert W. E. Rideoit, Robert Lippman, Bertha Gray McNee, Gerald Twist, Wells Hutchins, Bradley Brown andmany others. 0 0 0 Rockridge DeMolay Mothers wIH'meet this evening at 8 o'clock at the DeMolay Hall for a business session and entertainment.

Refreshments will be served. Munk will preside! 0 0 are advancing for a legislative luncheon to be Riven February 26 by Oakland Civic Center, at Hotel. Oakland, The event is planned in honor of slate execus-' tives headed by Governor Frank Merriam. Mrs. H.

N. Herrick, Berkeley councilwoman and legislative chairman of Alameda County Federation, will be general chairman of the day. Reservations are being made with Mrs. A. Glasier, HOlliday 1704.

The affair is open to the public, Mrs. Glasier announced. Mrs. C. M.

Rogers, presldenJSf Alia Mira Club, will entertain members of its philanthropic section tomorrow afternoon at her home in Pala Avenue, San Le-andro. TOMORROW'S CLUB CALENDAR Twentieth Century Club public speaking, 10:30 a. m. Eastbay Stanford Women's CJub brldre party, Town Gown Club, 1:30 p. m.

Past, President's, Assembly luncheon, 490' Beverly Street, San Leandro, 12:30 p. m. Oakland Civic Center, Inc. patriotic Oakland Women's City Club. Berkeley Women's City Club Friendship Groups No.

1 and 2, 2 p. courtesy 2 p. m. College Women's Club American hospitality section, 2 p. m.

modern plays roundtable dinner, 6:30 p. m. Alt Mira Club Philanthropic section, 527 Pala Avenue, 1 p. m. Oakland Women's City Club.

lounge program, 2 p. m. St. Francis de Sales Mothers Club bridge party, school auditorium, 8: IS p. m.

Berkeley Hills School parents meeting, 3:30 p. m. Fruitvale Women's Club Colonial program and tea, 3006 Fruitvale Avenue, 1:30 p. m. Eastbay League for the Hard of Hearing Friendly Card Club, 2642 Regent Street, Berkeley, 1:15 p.

m. Women's Auxiliary, "Alameda County Medical Association-luncheon, Hotel Lake 12:45 p. m. Adelphian Club garden section, 2:15 p. m.

Women's Auxiliary, Alameda County Dental Association Valentine tea, 550 Fairbanks Avenue, 2 p. ADVKRTIM5MKNT Don't Trifle With Coughs Don't let them get a strangle hold. Fight them quickly. Creomul-sion combines 7 helps in one. Powerful but harmless.

to take. No narcotics. Your own drug gist is authorized (o refund your money on the spot If yourugh or cold Is not relieved byr2reomulslon. Fit i naiai menu i 7.5O to 12-50 svL-4 Piedmont Assembly Tomorrow evening the' third of the Piedmont Assemblies will take place at Claremont Country Club with several score attending. Among the hostesses at dinner be fore the dance will be Miss Janet Davidson, who will have three couples at her home; Miss Leslie Dunn who is entertaining 22 of the younger set at dinner at her home on Sotello Avenue, Piedmont, and Miss Billie Mitchell, who will lfave guests at dinner at her home on Rosal Avenue.

00 Miss Westella Marks will be hos tess Saturday evening a group of fWends who will' include the Misses Betty Van Sickle, Pat Don-dero, Alice Hardy, Patsy Jewett, Peggy Wettstein, Elizabeth King, Blanche Bell, Anne Davis, Patricia Finerty, Alma Oversheere, Sally Shaw, Grace KurU, Patricia O'Rourke and Messrs. Dick Leigh-ton, William Bergemann, Al Beau, William Kelly, Ben Dykes, Ralph Smith, Jose Whltnah, Robert Han-ford, Robert Sharbach, William Boyd, William Magliano, Hal Peterson, Robert Adamina and Audrian Eggam. Bridal Party Dinnei Following a rehearsal in Grace Cathedral Chapel of the bridal party of the Dibblee-Fitzgerald wedding, Miss Kathleen Gannon will entertain atr-dinncr this evening for the attendants who include Miss Peggy Dibblee, sister of Miss Polly Bibblee, the bride-creriMiss Kathleen Fitzgerald, Miss KathernT Eddy, Miss Carlisle Wolfe, Miss Sally Eels and Messrs. Thomas Crel-lin Fitzgerald, the bridegroom elect; Mr. Harry East Miller, best man and the ushers, Messrs.

Stanley Beckers of Sacramento; Beach Dean, William Cole, and Angus Clark. The wedding takes place Saturday 'at four o'clock Bride-elect Shower Saturday, Februarys, is the date of a bridge luncheon, and shower Miss Jane Blair, bride-elect of Mr. Clyde Connell of Alameda, the affair to be given at the home of the cousin, Mrs. Bradley Brown, on The Alameda, Berkeley. The guests will Include members of Alpha Chi Omega1" Sorority sisters of honor guest.

Miss Blair. Present will be the Misses Jean Dortmund, Pearl Fawcett, Lucille Schmoll, Gail Wheelock, Alia Pater, son, Roddy Cooke, Harriet Whitney and Janet Evans. Spring blossoms will be used in the appointments. Miss Virginia Lum is entertaining this evening with a Valentine party and stocking slower honcjr of Miss Alice Butler, Twenty- guests will be present. 0 0 0 Guests speakers at the Panhel-lenic Alumnae Association tea on Tuesday, February 19, at the Sorosis Club In San Francisco are to be Dean Lucy Ward Stebbins and Misi Evelyn Panhellemc president of the University of Call fornia, and Miss Mary Yost, Dean of Women, and Miss Margaret Tay lor of Stanford.

The tea will gather together alumnae sorority women from the Bay district for the first of their major social iffairstto be given throughout the yean "All sorority women are requested to make their reservations 'as soon as possible through their official alumnae dele-gat to Panhellenlc. Reservations may also be made through the officers, Roberts and Mrs. Porter Dunlap in San Fran cisco and Mrs. Walter Kolasa and Mrs. Teasdale in Berkeley.

0 0 0' Glenview A. and the Dads Club advanced time of a minstrel show rehearsals and will meet this evening, instead of tomorrow. A Valentine dance will be tomorrow's diversion at the school, under joint sponsorship of trie two organiza tions, 0 Fremont High will have a Home Department meeting tomorrow at the home of Mrs. W. Li Riser, 4123 Allendale Avenue.

"Following luncheon, sewing will be done on shorts td be turned over to the Student Aid Department, and alisjsjw Oakland Vie ff Why Kissel Bankroll Jj SPRINGTIME- find it perfect expres sion in the beauty of lilk tuitt. Inspiring in their loveliness flattering in their subtleties they give you poise and assurance with their natty jackets or jaunty worn over a clever DR. I-AINLESS PARKER. TUNE IN KPO Friday Nights ot 9:45 P.M. "The Philistine There's no reason for you to spend a "fortune" for good dental carel I Parker's modern methods and large buying-powef enable everyone to secure pleasing dentistry at trifling cost! Every Parker dentist specializes in the work he knows and does best.

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