Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on November 26, 1936 · Page 8
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V . OAKLAND TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1936 OAKLAND TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1936 9 8 Days By Tram--Hours By Plane 6 Minutes By A. P. Wirephoto .ACTIVITIES OF EASTBAY SOCIETY PARENT-TEACHERS I Thanksgiving MEMBERS DINE AT CLUBHOUSE Young Artists Will Appear In Musicale ON TEMPLE PROGRAM Jewish Junior Observance at Mount Sinai WOMEN'S CLUBS i , , nHj.rvH i ix mmm . mki i : i HHHnHB HI mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MIIH ft - i mm I ill . : aaatm m I Iffl I f fit I NEW YORK. Nov. 26. Justice Louis A. Valente M . rUhfALA has reserved decision nn an attempt by Samuel Snyder i mi sflMBHB l2j i.rJ.w.;u-... war - fi Mjm mmmmmwmr-emm Mill -rr. LOUlb. Mov. 25. Central figure in the vim of God Baby" case here is Dr. Marsh Pitzman, wealthy bachelor physician. Mrs. Nellie Muench and three others are okarfecl with seeking money from Dir. Pitzman on the allegation he is the father of Mrs. MuencKs son, which a court h&d not borne NEW YORK. Nov. 26. Justice Louis A. Valente hat reserved decision on an attempt by Samuel Snyder -w-i- IC-J IK.;ki a ,,ir' , VUr,nr Holm iTartilf star swmrner, shown with &er" husband, Art Jarrett, from appearing in any public performance except the National Professional Swimming Tours. They (jay that -she agreed to appear with the Tours but later notified them that she would not be present when they open in Philadelphia December 1, because of a more favorable theatrical contract, ' v BERLIN, Nov. 26. The German-Japanese agreement directed against the Communist International was Mvnpd lw Kintnmn Musriakoie. TaDanese ambas sador, who met with Joachim von,Ribbentrop to negotiate the pact. CHICAGO, Nov. 26. An unidentified woman, ,one of more than 60 injured when a North Shore limited taiik Xi,-,.rwl an f'l FvnlfM lilirins th TUSh hOUI is shown in the emergency ward of the Edgewater Hospital being given an anesthetic. Nine persons were killed: . . ' N e ws "by Pic t u iT-J saaBBBBBBBaaSSBBBB liaed( " ses sjb be Sl aeVsaL.iiiMjflV j a6sas4sjp' is' CHICAGO, Nov. 26. These crushed remains of a wooden "L" car scattered in the alley near the right-of-way, silently attest the terrific force" by which it was smashed in a collision with a North Shore flyer. Nine were fatally hurt in. the crash, and 58 others were 111, C STUDENTS TO GIVE PAPERS BERKELEY, Nov. 26.-S Ixteen University of California instructors and students will present papers at the thirtyieighth annual meeting of the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast to be held at the University of Southern California tomorrow and Saturday. Delegates from the university are-George M. Calhoun, professor "of Greek; Gilbert Chinard, professor of French and comparative literature; James David Hart, instructor In English; Joseph Cheslev Mathews, graduate student in English; RajUWl V. Mills, teaching assistant in English; George R. Stewart Jr., associate professor of English; James .1. Allen, professor of Greek; Frederick M. Combellack, graduate student in Greek; Lester Gilbert Krakeur, teaching assistant in French; Dr. Edward F. Meylan, instructor in French; Roberto B. Sangiorgi, teaching assistant in Italian; J. S. P. Tat-lock, professor of English; Alexander Kaun, associate professor Of Slavic languages; Francis J. Car-mody, assistant professor of French; and William M. Green, assistant professor of Latin. The Urflversity of California Branch of the College of Agriculture at Davis will be represented by Caroline A. Brady, instructor in English. House at 6330 'pinehaven, rented to one of many persons answering Tribune want ad. .. ,-v CHICAGO, Nov. 26. -With Deputy Coroner James 'tyhalen (seated behind bench) presiding, Cook County's official faejtttry into collision of "L" train and North Shore Flyer, which claimed nine lives, opens. Police Captain McCormick (arrow), one of the first to scene, testifies. yrr!yyyr!f''','''tT' ' TTfjbfpi ''away, neither team has been selected, and tickets have not been placed on sale, Vera l !XXzJ Vogel, Roae Bowl tournament office secretary, is shown with part of 1500 application (m tickets, whkh already kavt beta received. JJ MIAMI, Fla. Nov. 25. Igor Sikorsky, veteran airplane; designer and flier, is shown ".' j J nm with luwtviv t& oint flvinn boat which, be mvs. calf cress the Atlantic. The shiD was flcrwn here from Bridgeport, Connecticut, for tests, after which it will go into the Pacific service. lake County Judge Sits at Santa Rosa SANTA ROSA, Nor. M.-Supertor Judge Benjamin Jones of Lake County arrived here yesterday to over an extra session of the Superior Court. he is to hear is i suit brought by bis daughter, i Bsye. m eonnection tbefiil "4 Jdair ag Farm Bureau on M ember $hip Drive PATTERSON. Nov. as). The Pat-term Farm Bureau Canter today had launched its annual membership drive. . . Aa effort will fee made to sign up all 1930 members and additional ones so as to cam the perpetual challenge trophy in the county for the third consecutive year. The local center i m0 .y yMi-uy iwctici i work ! em from Crows Landinj Forests Ablaze in Oregon, Washington PORTLAND, Ore., Nov, 26.-OP)-Flamet crackled in the tihderdry forests and brush lands of Western Oregon and Washington today. A brisk eat wind and low humidity led to fpars of a major conflagration, a In Clark and Skamania Counties of Southwestern Washington fires ware reported covering an area of 2500 acres and threatening the Crown-Willamette Paper Company . - t -. - camp near Larch Mountain The camp . was evacuated yesterday afternoon X" , , Falling ashes and smoke in many parts.of Oregon made it impossible to check the extent and number of fires. A small park was destroyed near Astoria on the coast and the entire Saddle Mountain coutatry in that area was reported ablaze. Logging operations near Carlton, southwest of Portland and at Sandy also In the Portland area, were suspended due to low humidity and mtm$, 'mm- - c: Biggest Dinner at ' Grand Coulee Dam GRAND COULEE DAM. Wash.. Nov. (Ph-Bill Arnt, chief chef at the M-W-A-K Company mess hall on the Grand Coulee Dam project, laid claim today to the West's biggest Thanksgiving dinner. Arnt will direct the serving tomorrow of 3000 pounds of turkey and 208 pounds of cranberries 'to 2800 men between noon ami 10 p. m. Those who advertise under "We Can Do It" are thankful throughout the year. New Air Transport Put Into Service LOS ANGELES. Nov. M.-WV- The first of a fleet of 28 transports, seating 21 passengers, was in United Air Lines service .today between Los Angeles and San Francisco. The plane was delivered under a $1 000,000 contract placed with the Douglas Aircraft Corporation. ; BERKELEY INVADED No less than 12 houses rented to the "countless" Tribune readers who answered advertisement at 1818 Arch Street. Berkeley. ,!'&! W n i n . .. pi..i.. ' '. ' ! Bb' ' 'f jmk sflHaaH sl jii ' h $mmi m 8sBaaaaaaaaaB . - mm b I 1 MM BUDAPEST, Nov. 2& Here is Fran GUela Sarga, mother of Franz Sarga, who is fighting many duels to Drove he is no aiaolo. Frau Sarga gave her son the modem equivalent of the Spartan mother's admonition to her boy to Return heat battle with ms shield or oa it ( . Eve Is Chosen Jor Weddings f - - By SUHETTE Thanksgiving eVe was chosen by i trio cf brides-elect for their wed-tng. Miss Norma Ellen Thorpe, Miss Mildred Kathleen Tyler and Miss Margarctte Lois Farts. St. John's Presbyterian Church, in Berkeley, was the scene of the marriage of Miss Norma Ellen Thorpe and Mr. Alexander Mac kenzie Cant in at eight thirty o'clock last everting. Dr. Stanley Armstrong Hunter read the service before a large number of guests, later a reception was held at the College Women's Club in Bancroft Way, Berkeley. White chrysanthemums were used at the altar, with potted palms end ferns at either side, and tall candelabra, The aisles were marked with white satin ribbons WMlowers, arranged at the pew ends, and chrysanthemums garlanded the pillars of the side aisles. Mrs. Susan McCloskey presided ajt the organ. Mr. Harry Edward Thorpe escorted his daughter to the altar and preceding them were the bridesmaids, Miss Ruth Evans of San Francisco, Miss June While of Oakland, Miss Kathryn Gable of Woodland, and Miss Barbara Bellamy of Berkeley; ant? the maid of honor, Miss Helen Marie Thorp'e, sister of the bride. tfa bride wore a gown of while satin; princess model designed with a court train. "The tight fit: ting sleeve reached to the elbow; finished with covered buttons to the. wrist, and pointed A puffed effect was attained at the shoulder, caught with a silk thread, Juliet fashion. About the waist line was suspended a white aUk tassel, lut-stoj trained, the buck of the gown ' amPtiu-...,' 74 finished in e cowl effect. " , j1""- The bridal' veil was four yards in length and bordered with silk lace. A tulle and brajded satin cornet held it in place at the headdress. Bouvardia, lilies of the valley ind orchids were combined in the bride's bouquet. The bridesmaids were gowned in yellow taffeta, jASTalisman shades, their dresses or the same design. They wore braided taffata coronets in their coiffure, Juliet style. The honor attendant was in 'rose taffeta, a. princess model, made with a full skirt and Elizabethan collar, and her headdress was Juliet m model. W The attendants carried pendant bouquets of talisman roses. Mrs. Thorpemother of the bride, wore black transparent velvet, the gown designed with a shirred yoke and rhineatone clasp at the throat. The. sleeves were draped, and a slight train finished the skirt. She Wore a gardenia corsage bouquet. v iiie n it iiner 01 we or meg room Wfore a Dubonnet lace over satin. "A cape reached to the elbows. It was edged with velvet. Her corsage was also of the gardenias. Mr. John B. Bohnett, of Sari Jose, was best man for Mr. Cantin, and the ushers were Messrs. Francis Hoey of Martinez, H. Stewart Kimball, Lynn Gillard and John Bios- ser of Oakland. The bridal couple will be at home in Berkeley after December 7. The bride is a graduate of the University of California, class of '35. She is a member of the Mortar Board and Prytanean honor societies, and was women's representative of the Associated Students of the. University of California, She i. a daughter of Mr. ana.Mrs. Harry Edward Thorpe. . The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander A, Cantin, of Dwight Way, and was a student at Stanford University and later of the University of California, class of '34: He is a member of the Abracadabra Club and is now affiliated with his father, as a member of an architectural firm. . . 4 1 , L4toa Jl ElEw JmmmWm HW v. ' -Mm mmWWmmmmmWr ' HH Wm&msg&l&t mm B..'pr f"'P; ; Is! saaWS r Bls 1P' IS m3 W(iwmSSm Jmm i w ? -lf " mmmmmwikSi 'IISH WiFik WHC-S-WP ..i'BsBaHsi Thanksgiving time celebrated at the Women's Athletic Club by the jnembert yesterday at a buffet luncheon, was' a happy event for the guests. A handsome turkey, made of candy with iridescent plumage, chocolate head and wattles and blue and white candied bows, was a fitting accompaniment to the roasted fowj 'featured fflr 'he table decorations and Dresent at today's festivities. Showing the piece de resistance to Mrs. William E. Vawter is Chef Jules, who has presided at many festive occasions in the past. Thanksgiving Is 'Home Day' For Society ay soeiety r m ins at home for the feast especially prepared-for the boys .and girls rlSme from ' school, the older members of the family and a reunion of old friendships. For those whose home ties are broken by the absence of the younger members of the fam ily who have married and gone elsewhere to make their home there are parties at the clubs in town. " With special Thanksgiving decorations which include a marvelous white turkey-made entirely of candy syrup which adorns the buffet in the dining room, Women's Athletic Cluh memoers are preparea to entertain in true holiday spirit Students Leave , The Thanksgiving exodus from Mills College began yesterday afternoon,, with many of the students leaving for their homes and others planning gala house parties en the coast or up in the mountains. Taking to the. air in o r d e r to snorten tne dBW5.f at. m;s and lengtheh'lhelr vacation are Curry Woodin, who is flying to her home in Yakima, Wash.,' and Alice Jack -of Boston and Martha Seger-strom, who will join the Charles H. Segerstroms of Sonora for a vacation in the Southland. ; With practically every sport coupe Miss Tyler Is Bride at Church Rites ler and Mr. Roy Maurice Larson last 'evening", the Hev. Rollo La Porte officiating .at 7:45, Miss Jean Louise Wyllie, of Berkeley, and roadster in Orchard -Meadow WKas mald of honor.-and Miss Lu House pressed into service, many of cTlle Schmoll, the residents of. that house will drivel bridesmaid. down to Los Angeles for their turkey celebrations. In the group are Jean Hampton of Portland, Jean Carleton of - Minneapolis, Adaline Banlk of Cushing, Ok la., Blythe Miller of Phoenix, Ariz., Karolen Purdue of San 'Antonio, Texas, Janet Brown of Long Beach, Frances Bearing of Coronado, Helen Chambers of -T- - -uik ux v.uiuiittuu, linen luuni h i ui todav. It will be a day when tneki,ft,t c-.a. w -h vi--i members entertaining relatives and the immediate members of their families at the Thanksgiving dinner this evening. , ... . M ; . Among those who will have parties there are Mrs. Edward S. Clark, Mrs. Samuel J. Eva, Mrs. A, M. Smith. Miss Clara Luther, Miss Emma L. Iterrier, Mrs. Charles' H. Lloyd, Mrs. sLE. Stafford, Mrs. A. F. St. Sure, Mrs: H. H. Leonard, Mrs. Warde Cousins Jr., Mrs. E. C Lyons, Mrs. Robert Swayne, Mrs. W. A. Miller and Mrs. D. H. Porter, mother of Mrs. Albert H. Rowe. Tomorrow the monthly lounge tea Will attract scores of club members. This event, one of the happy days when the club extends its hospitality to all members and their Cleaves Entertain J, Mr. and Mrs. Irving, Cleaves of Ivy Drive have as their house guests over the Thanksgiving holidays Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Boris of Chicago, who are visiting indefinitely in the bay region. They will be guests of the Cleaves ever the week-end. friends, is always the occasion for much informal entertaining. Mrs. Charles Strong and Mrs. Dwayne Young will preside at the tea urns for tjiis affair, and tfle stroup of hostesses will include Mrs. Harry Akkesson, Mrs. Gano R. Baker, Mrs. Herbert Breed, Mrs. Anstrutheral-ziel, Mrs. William G. Deal, Mrs. Jack M. Dodson, Mrs. LouiSr,ADecoto, Mrs. Robert O. Hoedel, Mrs. Raymond Little, Mrs. Van V. Midgley, Mrs. Walter Sedgley, Mrs. Addison Strong and Mrs. Dejger Trowbridge. Sons of St. George Are Dinner Hosts RICHMOND, Nov. 29. Members of Gladstone Lodge, Sons of St. George, entertained at a dinner last night at the Civic Center Clubhouse." ; E. J. Growcott was chairman, assisted by Joseph Baker, Chris Cay-gill and Edward Medicott. T Here's That MAN v; am! Old Santa It Back! And he will put the nicest things in4he big for you from the Gross Corset Shopyour Christmas Store. r"'ir f'V j ''A f, ' We are jampacked with the most alt- gant Lingerie, Robes and Pajamas ' milady could ever conceive of. Stock to Choose From $1 88 $20,000 SILK SLIP SPECIAL. 25 dox. Silk and Satin Slips, lace and tailored form fitting, elegantly made, at , . N1CHT GOWN SPECIAL. Gorgeous hand detailed Silk Gowns, in great variety. Your choice1 LOUNGING PAJAMAS. Of glamor- ees satins in the new cocktail shades. "obes to match. Special, each ..... . . lZ 2006 BROAOWAY 300 s6 Fuller of Picacho, N. M, Georgia Clifford of Pasadena will have as her house guest Mary Frank of Portland; Judy Ridgway of Pasadena will entertain Elinor Curran of Webster Groves, Mo.; while the Crothers sisters, Olive and Louise, will be hostesses to Elizabeth For-ster of Philadelphia and Lucille Wagner of Evanston, 111., at their Eureka home. A few of the students wilF devote their vacations to more serious pursuits, attending the Pacific Relation Conference at Santa Cruz. Among the many delegate are Margaret Rockwell of Denver, Lucy Codwin of Springfield, 111., Vivian Ball of Long Beach, Elise Benedict of Louisville, Ky Becky McSheely of Coronadoand Miss f? nth Roettinger, tutor. , For those who remain on campus there will be a festive Thanksgiving dinner in Mills Hall, as well as many shopping trips and theater expeditions to the city. Lois Fans Married Miss Margarette Loir Faris and Mr. Robert Lenard Hommel were married at eight o'clock last evening by Dr. Frank Linder at the First Methodist Church in the presence of many friends. Mr. F E. Faria gave his daughter in marriage. White asters wera used in the appointments of the church. Miss Adrieene Neff was soloiit. The bridal entourage included Mrs. C. O. Fenton, Mrs. E. Faris, matrons of honor; the bridesmaids, Miss Janet Coler, Miss Peggy Shields, and Miss Dellie Soberantes. Bernal Strief of Vallejo was flower girl. They wire gowned in white faille taffeta, princess models de signed with slight train and puffed sleeves. They woiyr tricom hats of blue velvet trimmed with blue ostrich, . Blue velvet slippers matched their gowns and they carried bouquets of cyclamen in pink, white and rose. . The bridal fown was a white satin priricewgown. An Elizabethan collar of lace finished the bodice and there were lace inserts in the train. She wore a lace cap and long tulle veil. 1... -The bridal bouquet was of gardenias, bouvardia and lilies of the valley.. . The bride's mother wore a gown of Violet metal cloth, with silver slippers and hat. . . MR Francis Kronenbeeg'was best man and the usher were Messrs. Elmer E. Faris, brother of the bride; Curtis O. Fenton, brother-in-law of the bride; Clarence C. Crumm and Harry BerhlarM. The bridal couple will be at their home in the Grand Lake district after December 15. Mrs. Hommel is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Faris, of Athol Avenue, and if a graduate of the Oakland High School. Mr. Hommel is a son of Leon Hommel and was graduated from Technical High School. Doris Ballard, violinist, and Mary Robin Davidson, pianist, will be presented in a twilight musicale Sunday by the Berkeley Women's City Club. They are regarded as among the most gifted of the younger artists in the Bay region and have appeared many times in concert on both sides of the bay. Their program Sunday will include the Debussy sonata for piano and violin, a Bach group of chorales for the piano, and numbers by Boulanger and Tschaikowsky. The musicale has been ar ranged by Miss Elizabeth Simpson, chairman for the month, and is open to members, guests, and others interested in good music. Assisting as hostesses will be Mrs. Ralph Dewey, Mrs. R. H. Hepfer, Mrs. T. Burrows Emery, Mrs. Orvllle Adams, and Mrs-George Payne, 0 0 0 A no-host bridge luncheon will be given by the Berkeley Women's City Club tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Edward A. Maeshner is the general chairman in charge, and Mrs. Walter Cruteher is in charge of the Merrymakers bridge group which will attend. Among the members Who are entertaining at the affair are Mrs. Phonsie New-comb, Mrs. M. E. Boxwell, Mrs. R. Buzzard,, Mrs. Ernest D. Holly, and Mrs. Thomas Tavernetti. 0 0 0 Rehearsids in preparation for the. animal Christmas pageant are now being held by the tap dancing classes at the Oakland Women's City Club. x The classes, which meet at 10: SO a m. and 7:30 p. m. on Tuesdays, are under the directionf Miss Freda Massey, The. Christmas pageant is being arranged by Miss Dorothy Jean Blakely. t,' Apinng the club members who attend the , tat : .". C f ' ' V""JS ' are Miss Eve Covington", Mrs Eleanor Boujevard Presbyterian fhnrrVi uiqe ihm 0ti:in0 I'm' iWm m,4- jf wu ' ir 'ii!i fVollmer, Mrs. Alida Daniels, Mrs. ding of Miss Mildred Kathleen TyfAi j Arena,'Mrs. Chaster Tefft, Mr of San Francisco, Mr. Nathan O. Larson, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and the ushers included Messrs. David Russell Svmon of San Francisco, William J. Mllliken, Reeves Cross and John Hussey. 7 The wedding receptloh which followed was at the Berkeley Women's City Club. A large white centerpiece of shaggy chrysanthemums decorated the altar steps with candelabra at n, ..;i,... Mrs. Orin Pacini was nrnnltf Mr-George Leoaiird Tyler gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a gown of white corded taffeta trimmed with rhitiestones at the neckline. It was a princess model, with puffed sleeves. The finger tip veil was arranged over the. face, and edging the cap were small rhinestpnes. She carried an old fashioned bouquet of bouvar dia and lilies of the valley. -Miss Wyllie. honor attendant. wore seagreen moire trimnfed in yellow. She wore a halo of yellow button chrysanthemums and snapdragons. Her Wd 'fashioned bou- 'quet was of the same flowers corn- oinea wnn Douvaroia. - The bridesmaid, Miss Scholl, was gowned in pale rose moire trimmed in cream, and she carried a quaint bouquet of rust shade, a halo of the same flowers, snapdragons and small chrysanthemums, worn in her hair. Bouvardia waj also com bined in her boUQuet. The bride's mother wore deeo royal blue chiffon crepe, a high collared effect, finished in beading over the shoulders and back of the gown. The bridal couple will be at home at The Ambassador apartments after The bride was graduated from the University of California with the class of '35. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'George Leonard Tyler, of Linwood Avenue. , The bridegroom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peter Larson, and received his degree from the University of California with the class of '34. Newlyweds Return Wto IV- - Richmond 20-3 Dance on Dec. 12 RICHMOND, Nov. 26.-Preparations for the annual dance of the Richmond 20-30 Club, to be held December 12 at the Berkeley Country Club, are under way. Clarence W. Johnson, who will be general chairman, has appointed Steve Pedrottl, Ray Melin, Archie Higgins and George Johnston as his Further arrangements will be made at a meeting tomorrow night at Hotel Carquinez. Arriving home from their honeymoon today were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Forbes Nourse, who motored South and intend to make their home in this city. The bride was Miss Emma Louise Dunmire before her marriage Saturday evening, No vember 21, in the Park Boulevard Presbyterian Church, ! The wedding was one of the attractive Fall weddings, followed by a reception held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dunmire on Montana Street. Mr. Dunmire gaVe his daughter in marriage. Attending the couple were Miss Marian Jean Han-kermeyer and Mr. Merrill Nourse, brother of the bridegroom. Mr. Nourse is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Nourse of Montclair Ave- nue and is associated with the United States Department of Agriculture. 2 .fn !. in i i ... i - ' - Dr. Dunn to Discuss Rail Renaissance SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 26. - Dr. Samuel O. Dunn will discuss "The Railroad Renaissance" in an address before members of the Commonwealth Club tomorrow at te Palace Hotel. " . Edwin Mease. Jr Mrs. Joan Flett, Miss 'Alberta Kingsli, Miss Ray Campbell, Mrs. L. L. Farrell, Mrs. Harold Steinhebel, and Mrs. Nelle Giesen. Weekly swimming classes are also conducted by Miss Massey every day but Saturday. Club members enrolled in the classes are: Mrs. Chester Tefft, Miss Ruth M. Gleason, Mrs. Jeanette Bailey, Mrs. G. Adps, Mrs. Maud Schweitzer and Mrs. G. C. Bee. A further activity of the club members is the gym, class, which meets at 10:30 a. m. and 7130 p m-on Tuesdays. The following members .take part: Mrs. Tefft, Mrs. G. C. Bell, Mrs. Farrell, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Leila M. Cordray, Mrs. Beatrice Nagle, Mrs. Arps, Mrs, Cecelia Douglass, Miss Gleason and Mrs. Cora M-Lowrey. , . , ' i f e A meeting of board members of Oakland Visiting Nurse-Association hat been called for Thursday, De cember 3, at headquarters in Ethell Moore Memorial Building. J. C. Laney will preside. ' mt mLr- dmi Saw ' SaaatiCHsswt 'Is Mil ;BBHI PKjF " 'SiH HPm3SMH9 mm' " . v ' JaVPla'l'$tllH m WmmTSSSS m 'friftSaWfc'.; . iwi5B w 4 KHpi SSffe 9 lB sslll(awes i H H PHsV: : ' ' 'SH Hatik ' ' :i Hie iJH H JmH Eight-year-old Molly Suvinant, will play selections tomorrow at a special Sahbath observance sponsored by Oakland Section, National Council of Jewih iuniors, at TampJainai. The young musician is also scheduled to play tomorrow evening "for a radio broad cast .given by the Council. - Institutes Prepare For Rummage Sale A rummage sale wiirbe eon-ducted by American Council No. 8, Y. M, I. and Laurentian Institute No: 70. Y. L. I., at 472 Tenth Street. Saturday. Doors will open 0 a. m. Jack McQuarrie Jind Beatrice Rodrigues head the committee in charge', assisted by Agnes Lawrence, Aileen McCosker, Virginia Rally, Agnes Freeman, Arthur J. Bauer, George Hildreth, Fred Haw ley and John O'Hare. Traffic Offenders Pay $60 to Court ALAMEDA, Nov 2f. Fines and bail forfeitures amounting to $80 were collected from traffic violators in the Police Court of Judge Daniel H. KnojMreeterday afternoon. Four cases wart continued, a similar number won a suspension of judgment, and bench warrants wera issued for six drivers who failed to appear in answer to tags. Legion Auxiliary Will Hold Whist RICHMOND, Nov. 26.-Final plans for a bazaar and whist party,, to be held December 0 by the Richmond unit of the American Legion Auxiliary, were made at a meeting last night at Memorial Hall. Mrs. Cecila Bowers will be general chairman, assisted by Mrs, Mae Tillman, Mrs, Lurllhe Bradley, Mn. Madelyn Putnam, Mrs. Meda Crose, Mrs. Georgia Craycroft, Mrs. Pearl Outman and Mrs. Trula Spiral. ' Assistant Named For Social Service ALAMEDA. Nov. 26. Miss Eve lyn Hore today had' been named as part-time assistant in the aociai service department. The appointment was announced by Mrs. Phyllis McCoskey, new director of the department, who said that Miss Hore will devote her time to cleric! work. Miss Hore was at one time on the staff of the parks and playgrounds department. By ALICE RYAN ROOD Miss Mignonne Levey, chairman of religion for Oakland Section, National Council of Jewish; Juniors, and Miss Yetta Jaffe, president, will read from the pulpit tomorrow eve Ding at the council's annual Sabbath observance, in Temple Sinai. A reception in Covenant Hall will follow, when Miss Dorothy Coren-man will give the blessing. ! Miss Molly Silva, 8-year-old! pianist, will play "A Hebrew Melf ody" and compositions of Mendelssohn. Miss Silva will also play selee- tions in a broadcast tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. over KRE, under spon4 sorship of the council. Miss Levey and Miss Jaffe wil speak on work of the Jewish Juniors. o o- a . Reservations for the luncheon to be given in conjunction with a meeting of Alameda County Federation of Women's Clubs, Monday, at Alta Mira Club, will close tomorrow at 0 p. m. Mrs. J. G. Maasdam it taking the reservations for the event. Mrs. F. T. Dusterberry will preside at the session, which Will feature a California program with Julian Dana, author, as speaker. tt a & Members of both Oakland and Berkeley Women's City Clubs, and their friends will gather this evening at the . respective clubhouses for gala Thanksgiving dinners. Dining rooms of both ori tions will present a holiday pearance, with seasonal decora' iHUl and valley ciubs section will meet tomorrow noon at the home of Mrs. EmU MayJ chairman. Mrs. Clarke I. Coffee, presided of the National Pwit, Flower an Plant Guild of San mnctsco, wt outline activities of that organl uon ana ten oi noiiaay rmwejo rangements.- T, ' saniza-' . apl tiona TOMORROW'S CLUB CALENDAR Oakland Women's City CInb Trojan business meeting and cards, 12:30 p. m.; esrda and tea, Z p. m.; junior social gathering:, 4 p. m.; house guests' social, 8 p. m. Hill and Valley Club-Garde section, 1:30 p. m. Berkeley Women's City Club Handicraft section, 10 a. m. garden section, 10:30 a. m.i correct English, 10:30 a. m.; bridge luncheon, 1p.m. ' Haklanri Rurllnn. National Coun cil of Jewish Juniors Radio I broadcast, :3U p. m., iouoweo by Sabbath services at Temple Sinai. SCOTsf lN FAMILY MELBOURNE. A Scot's famttf,: of 178" member has just heW church service at South Richmond, Victoria. They are the McConehiee,,. The service was conducted by a Rev. McConchie. the choir was eaiiii ' ----T ". - Make bitcuita fluffy as a tummer cloud - Schilling Baking Powder posad of 30 more McConchles, WS 1 the orchestra of three was also made up of McConchlea ii a m . 'i i a y war mM aseaT mmtmmw ew sfr mmr Amw r i " mmm mm ssa.' tee..?- Sei sssa m - Bf cAa v ,1SH i.. 1 An a? 'Hi ri - Cr6 ,. 'war . l:fMI L """JBSM.- vOfB. "oj ns . - iT-.f.'

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