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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 34

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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i I ADELPHIAN, CLUB PLANS- PARTY 2-S Oakland Tribune, Sunday, Sept 10, 1944 Nyla Widell Is Affianced Miss Ryberg Weds Officer Adelphian Club in Alameda will entertain Tuesday afternoon with a dessert card party which will have (its setting in the clubhouse at 12:30 o'clock. -i Mrs, Arthur Nield, chairman (jr card parties, will be hostess for this; affair, which, will assemble members and guests. On Wednesday the drama section will resume its regular meetings at 10 ajn. with Mrs. Don McMillan the curator.

The board of directors of the Adelphian Building Company has a meeting slated for Thursday morn lng at 10 o'clock. CP The engagement of Miss Nyla Elaine Widell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Widell of fibver Northbrae Community Church, Berkeley, was the scene of the Tuesday evening at which IS) 'in yf Street and Ens.

Earl Paullus, United States Merchant Marine, has been announced to their friends. Nyla was graduated from Univer-i sity High School, and hef fiance, SCHOOL SUPPLIES son of -Mr. and vWaHis, -Paullusj yy of Mountain view, attended Sah dose otaie t-oiiege. Lieut Clifford Widell, U.S.M.M.. Is brother of the bride-elect, and "AND ART MATERIALS Lieut Floyd Paullus, U.S.

Navy Miss Marie Ryberg became the bride of Lieut. (jg) Xeland McCutcheon. U.S.NJR.. with the Rev. Laurance L.

Cross officiating. The bride, daughter of Mr; and Mrs. John E. Ryberg of Vincente Avenue, was a student at, the University of California. She is a member of the JJelta Delta Delta S0- rority.

lieutenant McCutcheon, son of Mr. and; Mrs. McCutcheon Sr of Thousand Oaks Boulevard attended fian Francisco Junior College before entering the service. He has served 18 months in the South Pacific and was in the East only recently. As he expects "to be stationed in Merced, that, city will in Air Corps, only brother of the future benedict No date has been set for' the 7- 'V wedding.

MISS MILLER BETROTHED 'The engagement of Miss Marinell Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. all probability be their home, Miss Nyla name. Widell, whose engagement to Ens. Earl Paullus, has been announced.

-I ypi4 Ua vy iJ 1 For quality workmanship in school, let us fill your requirements. We have mechanical drawing sets, T-squares, drawing boards, triangles," architect -scales, thumb tacks, erasing Ma In the bridal party were Miss Tburid Jeffry Smith Leffler B. Miller of Berkeley to and Mrs. Beverly McCutcheon, sis ter of the bridegroom. Lieut, (jg) Johnny Rufus Coleman U.S.N., has been announced.

Bob Sinley, U.S.N.R., was best man -The bridegroom-elect who recently returned from duty in the South Pacific, is the son of Mr. and U.D.C. to Observe Founding Day The. 50th anniversary since the Mrs. J.

Rufus Coleman of Albin, Texas. and brother orncer' or.tne orme' groom who seated the guests, TRUAX, TO WED HERE shields, sandpaper pads, loose leaf binders, diction- ries, filler paper, etc. Everything for the classroom. Miss Miller was graduated from University High, where she was president of Theta Gamma Club. She has a sister, Mrs.

Headley Brown of Berkeley, and a brother founding of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will be observed by the S. A. Cunningham Chapter on. Tuesday. Miss Anne Truax and Irving L.

Kitaii Oakland and ex-ser- Stephen Miller. geant of Uncle Sam's Air Corp, are to be married at 2 o'clock this af The meeting will take place at the home of Mrs. L.TL McCauley Wedding plans are indefinite, pending cessation of the war. In SOCIATED ternoon at Temple Sinai, with a re ception following at the home of Ml) of 294 Garland Avenue. A luncheon will be served at 12 noon, and a business meeting will follow, with mriQMW Mr.

and Mrs, B. Rogers at zio the interim, the future bride will continue her education. She left Thursday for Pullman, Washington, where she enrolled at Washington State College. IT 4AfWM' Durant Avenue, Berkeley. 'Attend.

the president Mrs. Rozelle Williams, lng the couple will be Mr. and Mrs. presiding. BETWEEN BROADWAY tt FRANKLIN Phillip Fox as best man and bridesmaid, respectively.

The bride-elect is a member of Aqua and mcdze net and lace frocks were worn by the attendants upon Mrs. Frank W. Spear the former Frances Marie Williams, when she was married in the Northbrae Community Church, Berkeley. Left to. right in the picture are Miss Marion Daniels, maid of horlow Mrs.

Spear Miss Laverne Andresen and Miss Jeanne Scott Richard Edwards photo. the Business and Professional worn' en's Club of Oakland and of the Oakland Advertising Club. She NEWLYWEDS Hospital Branches Plan was formerly a member of the Glen dale News Press. MISS BOWMAN BECOMES BRIDE Fall Teas and Exhibit NOW AT HOME Mr. and Mrs.

Frank W. Spear Jr. have returned to Berkeley from the Russian River, Summer at an end. the busy branches of the Children's Hospital News of the marriage of Miss Adele Bowman and Mr. Harold George Cornsweet, former Army Air Force pilot and graduate of The bride wW was Miss Frances of the Eastbay are getting ready for Fall teas and other activities irom which they derive funds to carry on Marie Williams, has returned to the University of California from which she will receive her degree in were games and concessions, the profits from which will go to, the hospital'' Cedar Jrs.

(all high school graduates) are behind a. new branch to be made up of Piedmont High School girls which will have the name of Magnolia. Cedars new doll house is of the eighteenth century French Manor their end of the hospital woriw The annual exhibit tea is Ohio State University, has reached their friends in the Bay region. The couple were married at the home of Mrs, Maurice Rogers, sister of i benedict, with Rabbi Bernard goal of all members, this to be held as. usual at the Hotel Claremont 'Her husband who was with the during the Christmas season.

Army Air Transport Command at Garden Branch members have style and will go on display for the Fairfield, has-returned to his duties Harrison officiating. Mrs. Cornsweet is the- daughter sewed two days a month on their precious stuffed animals." To thetr first time at the Children's Hospital ef Mrs. Samuel G. Cornsweet end there, smd returning week-ends to the Bay area.

toy collection this" year, they are of the late Mr. Cornsweet of Holly wood. i- adding dolls, A new feature is tne costume jewelry which is being Mrs. Spear Jr. is the daughter of show on Friday, September 15, when scores of matrons will model.

Mrs. Harold Ellis is general chairman of arrangements and will be assisted by Mrs. William Parks. Mrs. George Creary of Olive is chairman ot hostesses and Mrs.

Lloyd Tru Mrs. Rogers was matron of honor nd Miss Verona Steele, maid of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Emery Williams of Berkeley. made by "Mnu.

Rulssell Baker, a member, and this, too, will' go on exhibit honor. Pierre Janet was best man Redwood Branch have given their Back From Tahoe man, chairman of tickets. Models have been chosen from manjuof the Summer homes at Lake Tahos are time to the fashioning of clever kitchen apron 4t Linden Branch Is maintaining its branches with Hill Jr. in charge. Summered in Sierra Act.

salvage shop on Saturday afternoon as well as all day Thursday. being closed this month for the Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dollar are back from; the lake, where they have had with them, their daughter, Mrs. Joseph Hick- The: Allen Chlcfcermgs of Pled- Orinda and winow Jiave lined up rutnace sale or the -month.

I tndnt lire home from Soda Springs ingbotham. Mrs. Hlckingbotham Madonna held a barbecue supper. i iRrarW? i in the Sierra, where they have an attractive lodge and have been staying for the greater part of the accompanied the Howard Hicking last evening in the gardens of Mrs. Clarence Loomis in Berkeley.

Hus bothams to New York this week. Summer. bands were the guests and there1 Major Hickingbotham is overseas. '1 Jr. Pi IN SEPTEMBER, 1919, a small Oakland shop was born.

At first, like "the crew of the captain's all responsibilities were vested in a single individual, Mrs Mabelle Kennedy. She managed bought, sold and did the advertising. The business grew rapidly, and in i mmn a short time it was obvious that larger quarters wore needed. It was the proverbial "luck of the Irish" that secured a building for the shop practically next door to the original location. In 1 922, Mr.

and Mrs. Kennedy made the first of their many. European buying the beginning of the era of the demand for Paris gowns. -In 193 Gray Shop moved into its present location to occupy the beautiful building constructed espcudlly wecibn to; make, you Mrs, Harold George Cornsweet was Adele Bowman of Hollywood before her marriage In the south. Curtis photo.

for this shop. (Today, the, achievement in which Mr. 1 and Mrs. Kennedy feel most pride is that they have fe tainedtheiroiafnendswhilemakmghostsotnwtneiius. si- And that many of the personnel, now numbering 67 Fall Meeting have been with them almost since the shop's beginning First of St Elizabeth's Mothers Club for the Fall will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m.

in the so Qovtrnmml limiL, 4 'v Ly i cial hall. Mrs. P. J. Barone, pres IIIHlRll vt5lv 1 7 ident, and club officers will be hostesses for this informal event i which will feature refreshments and a tea.

'All mothers of children attending St. Elizabeth's School are II HIH If.J Kl invited. i IFTOS RUSSIAN KOLINSKY SCARFS Speilally Priced SJg.00 Per. Skin V- Plus rda! ExdM Tax FMM WEMER i960 wMuiuuk 'Jt OTr ,,1 y.y fZ TT.ST' Av I I I Sir eet- Soril sit -nv r.Trjity tJ-IJ iL i if: ii r. tV 7eK i fyAv "WL 2.000 BROADWAY OAKLAND wH- y- i Top flight fashions by America's great in the 2 fnoftn-deniandl leathers fc vEvRCE 4 BENK7FF 1733 Broadway (Directly Oppoiits Orphsum) Fatorahlt Termt, of XZourH War Bonds.

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