Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on November 8, 1944 · Page 14
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 14

Oakland, California
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Wednesday, November 8, 1944
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Sxizette - i; Wedding ls Capt, .Roderick Stanley Patch .of the United States Coast Guard and ' ,;Mr, PatclTTJt ATaWSSdta'announce the marriage of . their daughter,, .s.i.Mary Lee and Philip Hudson Lucier, Kanti'in In th TTnitPft Sturm Armv .- Air Force, Jast-JrYeclnesday in Ala meaa. , St JosephVCatholic Church was T " the scene of the ceremony con- . T A'Mnlr 4n-h& vvtincr in the presence of 8Q guests,' who ' later attended a reception at the hoist of the bride's parents on Paru - Street . "Coast Guard Chaplain. Elliott of : San Francinco officiated and in the absence of the bride's father, now m sea duty, she was given in marriage by family friend, Comdr, S. B. Johnson. U&C.G. The wedding cake wa cut with the sword of Captain Paten. SIMPLICITY OF DETAIL Since the bridegroom arrived from - the Northwest only a few days be fore the ceremony, the details were rarrieri Ant.; with th lltmflRt inv plicity. The bride wore white satin and wedding veil full length, of rose-point lace which had been worn by her grandmotner, Mrs. Jonn jj. . Keiley of Brooklyn, N.Y. She' car- ried whitejbguvardia and orchids in - her bouquet Attending the bride were her sisters, Miss Gertrude Patch, a " -sophomore at San Francisco College for women, and Miss Frances paten, r a student at San Francisco Central High. ''-, XHODE ISLAND ALUMNUS Captain Lucier is a graduate of Rhode Island State University and has two sisters, Annette and Eleanor Lucier, His first -Army training was at air fields in Texas and North Carolina. He went to Moses Lake, ' Wash as instructor and test pilot, following his return from 18 months , service in the South Pacific. Cap tain Lucier has the Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal with Oak Leaf Clusters. His unit holds the Presidential citation. Staff Sgt. Henry B. Scott, U.S.A., of Providence, H.I., a cousin of the bride j was best man for Captain sieteveraUjmy-olficea: absented at ushw 4hiwgefo-4 At present Captain Lucier and his ; priae are-at gamp Daggett, in tne Mojave Desert, where- the officer . has been assigned to duty. Y.W.C.A. Widens Its, Functions Linden Branch of the Oakland Y.W.C.A., serving residents of West Oakland, recently became the West Oakland Center of the Young Wom-ens Christian Association. The change has been effected in order to provide for better service to the West Oakland Area, . The new name and organization was approved recently by the board 1 of directors of the association in a fieilMM AIMClaVTI Vlll'MwT.. l It VtflTIt MISS- 44 WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, j944 D So j ft I I i 1 1 I imi",ftMkm II mmm III I i's i'.K to y&?;,r.' Avia- I i -J Eribtttie?,ouple.in Mountains on Honeymoon In Club World BERKELEY D.A.R. SETS FRIDAY MEET Berkeley Hills Chapter, Daughters i bring their Christmas gifts for of the American Revolution, will! servicemen to this meeting. Articles In the, Santa Cruz Mountains on their honeymoon are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stanley Parsons of Vir- n H.mK., 9,n n hav its November meeting Friday .suggested include playing cards. in St. John's Presbyterian nurch I at tne ftome of Irs- - P-. Wiley, soap, wash cloths, writing materials. ivu marin Avenue, n uusuicws 1 1 ne gins will oe wrappea Dy me meeting for members onlj will take; Red Cross committee and distributed . Copt, and Mrs. Frederick Joseph Burnett who ore now in their home on Mandana Boulevard. Captain Burnett is with the quartermaster corps of the Oakland Army Base. His bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j. E. Hirschfelder. The couple was married in Ventura. - MISS CONSTANCE CLAWSON IS BRIDE OR OFFICER Just 16 days following his grad uation and receiving his commission as ensign at, the MerchanLMarine Military Academy at King? , Point, Long Island, oh October 13, Ens. Kenneth Kirkwood Clare, U.S.M.S.. claimed as his bride in this city Miss Constance .Clawson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Clawson of Clover Drive. About 60 close friends and members of the two families were present to witness the beautiful wmcn wen uaKiana tne Rev Stanley Armstrong.Hunter .. Center became "official The former branch at 828 Linden Street has for more than 20 years - served tne area adjacent to the headquarters and provided activities and services for Negro women and girls.-The change In-function of the center-is in line with the V policy of tne Y.W.C.A. to make-its program available to all women and girls Irrespective of race, creed or ' color. 7- It is expectea to result in greater . use ef facilities and leadership in rapidly expanding program in West Oakland. Approval of the plan has already been expressed to the board of directors by a number of civic leaders who were familiar with the change. A program of activities for teenagers and for young adult groups is in progress at the center and will be expanded, .according tn Mrs. Frank P. Lucas. Y.W.C.A. president. Miss Lulu Chapman will remain the executive of the center, Mrs. Lucas stated. A city-wide staff including spr-; cialtsts' in Younger Girls program, employed girls activities, recreation and health education will enrich the program. The staff now serving both the central program at 1515 Webster Street and the West Oakland Center include Miss Edna McCarty, secretarial advisor for Industrial clubs; Mrs. Marjorie Long, executive,, and Mrs. Alvessie Hackshaw of the Younger Girls Department, and two' recently added staff members. Miss Louise Hendrickson and Miss Irene Perkins. Miss Hendrickson is business girls secretary and Miss Perkins is a specialist in recreation with U.S.O experience. Piedmont Girl Wins Wellesley Honor Miss Mary E. Buckley of the class of '48 at Wellesley recently, was elected to the Shakespeare Society, one of the college's six smi-.ocial. semi-academic societies. . Miss Rnrlclnv 1 tho rfnnnhlrr rtf ! pastor of St; John's Presbyterian Church in Berkeley. Both the bride and bridegroom went through University High together, the bridegroom continuing his studies at the University of California where he was until he enlisted in the Martime service. The young officer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Moffitt Clare of Chabot Road, and has a brother, Gordon Keith Clare now in the United States Naval Reserve. " "White chrysanthemums tfecorated duty in the South Pacific. the fireplace and living rooms of the bride s home for the wedding. Her wedding dress was of white satin and net and she wore a finger tip veil. In lieu of a formal bouquet the bride carried a white prayer-book with marker of orchids. Her attendant, Mrs. A. E. Bither Jr.. matron of honor, wore a gold taffeta and carried a matching bouquet of chrysanthemums. Gordon Clare was best man for his "brother. - , ' Mrs. Clawson, mother of the bride, wore a - chartreuse Rown and Mrs. Clare, a turquoise blue. Both wore shoulder corsages of orchids. The newlyweds have just returned from Roblcs del Rio near Carmei where they went on their honeymoon. Future plans for them are pending fyaval orders. - , o Former Enternee , To Give Lecture Alumnae of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority has set December 7 as the date for a lecture to be given by their alumna, Mrs. Dorothy Allen Dunn, who is distinguished for her accounts of life in the Orient, where she was interned by the Japanese Bnd repatriated on Ihe exchange ship Gripsholm. - . The lecture, will be held at thr Hillside Club on Cedar Street. Berkeley. The proceeds of the lecture are to go to benefit the nursery schools for underprivileged children located In Detroit and Milwaukee, which I nt the Metropolitan Offirer Ctub are a part of Alpha Chi Omega's; in Ihe Hotel taumineton-iiuMduv. Wedding Set In Berkeley First Pi-esbylerian Church in Berkeley will be the scene of marriage of Miss Veneta June Hirschler and Lorrin Booth Jr.. Saturday evening. A reception will be held later at the Town and Gown Club in Berkeley. Miss Hirschler is the dauchter Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hirschler -of Hearst Avenue, Berkeley. Miss Bar bara Hirschler will attend her sister and Frank Kuhlkcn will be besl man. No Tea Dansant For Week-end There will not be a tea dansatvl Berkeley. I The bride is the former Verna Elizabeth Dill,. -daughter of Mrs. Delia Rogers Crawford of Oakland and B. H. Dill of Berkeley. . Dr. Robert ,. -Fitch. president emeritus of Hangchow University at Hangshow, China, officiated at the service which was followed by a prayer said by Dr. Stanley Armstrong riuter-pastor of the Berkeley church. BRIDE'S COSTUME White net and lace was worn by the bride, the long veil trimmed jn lace extending to the end of her train. Her bouquet was of gar denias and bouvardia. Mrs. Hugh Houston of San Fran cisco was matron of honor for her cousin. She was. dressed in robin-egg blue mousseline de soie. Shaded yellow chrysanthemums and talis man roses with yellow streamers were "carried by Mrs. Houston and also by the maid of honor. ' Miss Barbara Parsons 01 Lark spur, niece of the bridegroom, - was dressed in yellow mousseline de soie. ----- - - The mother of the bride wore a dress of pale blue lace and crepe with a blue-f lathered hat and or chid. " MUs""' BEST -MAN, 'US&RS Stanley Sn-dllwood of Berkeley was best m-.n and the ushers were Samuel Parsons of Larkspur, brother jf the bridegroom, J. W Speer of Berkeley arid Ewald Hoff- n of Oakland. White chrysanthemums " Vwd laurel were used in the decoration of the church, with branched can delabra. ' The bridal couple will make OaklahtTlheir home upon their re turn from the mountains. Mrs.' Parsons is a graduate of the University of California and the bridegroom attended Strath-cona College at" Edmonton, Canada. place at 2 o'clock and at 3 o'clock guests will be welcomed for the' program and social hour. Tar. E. E. Luther, guest speaker, will have for his subject "The Relation of Science to Modern Warfare." Mr. Luther -is a chemist and chairman of the board of Chemurgic Corporation in Richmond. Mrs. Francis Herbert Dam, the regent, will preside. Members have been requested to through the Red Cross. Mrs. George H. Richardson is Red Cross chairman for the, chapter. One member of the chapter has recently become a WAC in the Air Force. She is Mrs. Charles E. Den-ham (Anita Lynip) and expects to leave soon for Iowa to begin training. Her husband is overseas- in the service. t ' Mrs. Dam will conduct a meeting of the executive board at 1:45 p.mJ MOBILIZED WOMEN ACTIVE, HAVE MANY CLASSES Carroll-Lucas A : " Troth Announced News to the younger set about the Bay is the announcement of the engagement of Miss Lesly Carroll Anderson of Quantico, Va., and Lieut. Boyd W. Lucas Jr.. U.S.M.C.. of Berkeley.. The secret leaked out after the return of the marine from Formally the engagement was an nounced in Quantico by the mother of the future bride, Mrs. S. C. Sten gel. and Captain Stengel of the Navy civil engineering corps. The officer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd W. Lucas of Sao Luis Road. Berkeley. He has a brother, James, aradioman in the Navy. Lieutenant Lucas enlisted in the Marines in 1942, after graduation from, the University M California, where he was affiliated with Sigma Nu fraternity. . Miss Stengel is the daughter of the late Capt. Lesly .B- Andfrson, n.S-N. She is the :granddaTighter of the late Admiral and Mrs. John M. Hawley of Washington,- DiC, and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Anderson of Philadelphia. The bride-to-be attended Gun- ston Hall. Washington, D.C., and Mary Washington College at Fred ericksburg. Va., and .was graduated last June from the Lesly Etemen. tary College at Cambridge. Mass. Their wedding date has not been announced. 1 Community recreation headquarters of the Mobilized Women ef Berkeley at 1002 University Avenue, is a veritable beehive of industry with women and irls of the area participating in group ac' tivities made ' possible 'through- the organizationr " ""- !!S The Wednesday afternoon "dress- j making and millinery class, con ducted by -Mrs: Sally Reed of the Berkeley School Department, hat an enrollment of 22 women. These, !. Women bring their . own materia?' and patterns to the center and receive instruction, without charge, in cutting, fitting and finishing, as well asf in remodeling and alterations on women's and children's clothes. Counsel on clothes alteration problems and styling is provided, as well as in the refurbishing of hats and the matching of them to clothes jand accessories. USE MEN!S SUITS Utilization of men's suits, in the making of women's suits also is a feature, and Mrs. Reed reports that 52 such suits have! been made in five different classes under her direction. This, group activity is in its -4 earth yeai -afr-the Mobrjized Women's; Centel sBWB!5' Also on, Wednesday afternoons, the junior high -school girls -with 18 enrolled, gather to make stationery portfolios for men in the Army and Navy hospitals, also bootees, and baby blankets from scrap material for use in the maternity-division of the U.S. Naval Hospital of Oakland. These articles are distributed through the Berkeley A.WvV.S. - v. The girls are also busy learning their parts for a play which, together with special dance numbers by rgembers of he dancing class, will make up a special Christmas program at the center. DIRECTORS Activities of this group are under the direction of Miss Marguerite Shambaugh, assisted by Mrs. Fred Leonard. Miss Patty Leonard is president of the groups -" Similar group work is conducted for the 45 girls from 10 to 12 years of age. who meet Tuesday afternoons, and for the 32 girls, 6 to 9 years of age who meet Thursday afternoons. Enrollment in the' Friday after noon ballet' and toe-aance cias? has swelled to 56. necessitating the formation of two instruction ses sions under direction of Mrs. Catherine Penn Johnston, dance instructor at the center.. Supervision of -these and othci welfare programs conducted by the organization is the responsibilit; of the activities committee of the t7.au tent .V J U. alette Mobilized Women, including Mrs. Nelson B. Bailey, chairman; Mrs. W. M. Hale. Mrs. S. E. Gamble. Mrs. Matthew Morton Jr., Mrs. S. "H. Gester, Mrs. Marius W. HotchkissJl Mrs. Carrie L. Hoyt and Mrs: C. F. S.haw. 271? San Pablo Avenue 11 TWuioaks 1979 If Oakland national altruistic program. Mrs. Alan " Bartlett is general chairman, and Mrs. Leroy S. Cameron of El Patio. Oakland, chairman of the sale of tickets. Mills Juniors Set Class Party Mills College Juniors are busily engaged in getting Ihe Union in order for the class USH parly to j be held Saturday evening' from 8 to, 12 p.m. They have invited men ' from the Oakland Naval Base Hos- pllal for a few hours of swing music and dancinu. The sitls have already arutiircd a nlckleodeon (or Student Union. Betty Rowen. Jiin'tiSr class chair- Mr. William J Donlon Jr.: chair man of cadet dances, has' announced. Pre-Flighl cadets will attend the football game at Kczar Stadium where Ihe Pre-Flihlris meet Ihe Coiist Guard eleven. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph f. Buckley of ;man nas "hargr of all iirrfinKoments Blair Avenue. Piedmont. She was "lc '"" graduated from Piedmont High School in 1942. At Wellesley she is a member of the Barnswajlows. the college dramatic association, and in her, freshman year was chairman 01 Homestead, her dormitory. THE MORE THE MERRIER! The more helpers we have the merrier will - be Christmas for you, for us, and" for our -thousands of customer. Fuji or part-time employment. Apply Personnel Office, 3rd Flor. fSTAIUSHIB U7f Broadway San Pablo, 16th by Junior governing board mem bers who include Ihe Misses Ann, Griffiths, Isabella Wilder, Kathic McCell, Pat Chilton, Norrine Plum-mer. and Alice Hughes. Refreshments will be an important feature -of the evening. . I CHILD'S COUGH RELIEVED SO QUICK! Children like gnrtH-taming PINEX' t You'll like the i,c 'I rrlirt it brings . . thf money it saves Mix it at home . . . a iuii pirn . . . gJf oves nearly $2 N.i f5W more effective relief at any prire for coughs due to colds. Ask druggist for PINEX . . . Amenta's largest-telling cough syrup1 A trigger-trim pump that's right every- , where. Inky-black suede! Smooth lines! Sleek fit! Smart style and walking ease combine to make this America's number one yf x perfect fit shoe. s M V lJ( f A "The Betty," by I V Naturalizer . . . widths AAAAA to D sizes 3'2 to 11 Complete your ensemble with a Bag to. Match . . . $6.95 ftpti-Cel Company, Long hland City, N. Y. Frsnchln.il BeMlsri Pipil-Cols Bottlina Co. ef Oakland, Calif. 1715-Broadway 1714 Telegraph CURTAJliS LAUNDERED " Finished within 7 DAYS ACE CURTAjN WORKS Send a true-to-life portrait of you ' ' overseas in your Christmas letter. Hand-colored in oils, in a genuine ..leather folder plus the paper and' envelope for your Christmas note. $.-).() Before the rush save as muih as J3 oil your Christmas gift pic-v tUres. Proofs are shown, and no appointment is necessary. Photograph Studio H. C. CapweWs Basement Store Broadway, Twentieth, Telegraph Telephone: TEmpIehar 1-1-1-1 More Hours: 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 i wmmE i Up mm Buy War Bonds 8 Stamps Now "I used to be mad at Henry on wash-day nights... Wasn't his fault I didn't know about Super Suds' rMk "EverseeaX '-M J --, , J f tablecloth so pretty 7 and white? That's 1 T- v " I Super Suds for you... I 9 Looks like this new soap with 1 8nd nothin' strong MORE SUDS and 10NGER-IASTIN' SUDS mokes V added to this L alt thr difference between hard, tirin' rubbin' sudsier soap !" ... and washin' that's plain easy sailin'! r v says Hxi.fem-a0 v ; 'Xit. on Henry sV I''f? colored shirts gives wbJw - fJ f in to these HARD. I- " Ijfi I WORKIN' SUDS with I fjT I rJ I less rubbin. That I Mh. I mens a )ot to my t k jPl" - Spy ' rfjr' I SCCa when J I OFF THESE TlREO, I I THEY oi HHterft I 'CHUNKS 816 AS LIFE OlONt OlSSOl-vt. THEY STICK LIKE SIXTY .u bimSIn ANP OONttMKESUDS.4 Mir- OLD SOAP Tue nC IrVflV Wff,,f turn 'wia I If 'SUDSTOod 1 I showed me how to get EXTRA SUDS," ih. Mid. Just shake np a teaspoon of your old wli-day soap and a glass of water in a milk-bottle. Do the sane with Super Suds in another milk-bottle. Even cool or hard water will do. See if you don't get MORE SUDS. ti eve . -4 . " w ft a . ri l l DOM'T WASTE MAPlSTTSSlEaifA 1. Don't hut pour soap ia from the box. Measura it out in a cup so that you don't use too much, a. Doa'twaihafew clothes eta time, own soapfor each batch. Ssts and wash rrerythioa at mca. perTun. In 'BLOND) E- SUNDAY NIGHTS-Sm radi pa I for Him and ahrtiM

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