Napa Journal from Napa, California on February 17, 1931 · 3
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PAGE THREE PAGE FOE NAPA SOCIETY EDITOR Mrs. Marjorie Elston WOMEN READER SiAPA JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1 7, 1 93 1 FOUNDERS DAY IS FETED BY 18TH DISTRICT P. T. A. Yesterday, in the Civio club-rooms in the lbrary at Calistoga, the largest meeting of the 18th District, P.-T.A. in its history was held, with 75 present at the morning sessions, and 105 sitting down at the luncheon at noon. President Mrs. "Wallace Rutherford presided, and the minutes were read by Mrs. J. P. O Hat a, corresponding secretary. Dtlring the business session, ev-every officer was requested to send in her annual report early in March. Mrs. Bayliss Clark, state extension chairman, will be a visitor at the home of Mrs. Wallace Rutherford during the first week in March and she and Mrs. Rutherford will visit various associations and clubs. Among these wiil be the Mothers club at Rutherford on the first Wednesday in the month, and the Yountville Mothers club on the first Friday of March. Any other club which desires to hear Mrs. Clark may arrange to do so by getting in touch with Mrs. Rutherford. During this session it was brought out that California leads in the number of P.-T.A magazine subscriptons for the entire U. S. A. Encouraging reports of membership increases in Vallejo Council were given by Council President Mrs. Simon. Napa, county is just commencing its membership drive and great things are expected from this council within the next lew weeks. At noon, cars called for the ladies and they were driven to the they passed the new grammar Mt. View hotel for lunch. Enroute, school, in the course of erection, for which the Calistoga P.-T.A. is directly responsible, having canvassed the district for votes for the bonds, which are building the school. During the luncheon hour Mr. J. 1. Ratzell, principal of the Calistoga high school, epoke a lew words, and Mr. Bryner, the vice principal, made an appeal for more physical examinations of school children, particularly high school students. The need for the safe-guarding of the childrens health was particularly stressed in this fine talk. Mrs. Ruth Fuller Field, prominent clubwoman of Calistoga, was also a speaker, and told of the club work which she is doin; among the boys of the community. The Calistoga P.-T.A. quartette gave two fine numbers, one of which told the story of the Calistoga association and its work during the past year, since its inception. Mrs. Carrie Baade, of Napa, gave a splendid reading which had to do with Founders day. This proved to be most enjoyable and was largely applauded. During the luncheon interval, the candle-lighting ceremony, celebrating Founders day was given. The verses used were first written and used by Miss Jeanette Bar-rows of the Hillside P.-T.A., Berkeley, and proved to be most inspiring. A large number of ladies took part in this impressive ceremony, which commemorates the founding of the P.-T.A. movement by Mrs. Phoebe Hearst end Mrs. Burney in 1897, in Washington, D. C. Those who read a verse and lit a candle, included the following; Mrs. E. Ballmer, Mrs. D. Fussell, Mrs. Guy Graves, Mrs. J. Hoppe, Mrs. Bert Patten, Mrs. H. Dahmel, all of Napa; Mrs. Simons, Mrs. J. A. Brophy, Mrs. Stamer, Mrs. Monetta, all of Vallejo; Mrs. L. Ingham, Mrs. W. T. Williams, of Benecia, and others. Mrs. Armstrong Dean, president pended in searching the liquor of Lowell High P.-T.A., of Sanquestion alone, federal judge Paul Frffancisco, was the speaker of the McCormick, member of the corn-day. Mrs. Dean was a personal mission, said in a statement today. STOCK No. 446 Tht SENIOR ts plain COMMON 5ENSE Why pay more than five dollars for shoes when Friendly Fives offer all that a man can want in footwear? Style leadership, finest leathers, perfect fit (sizes 3 to 1 5, widths A AAA to EEEE) and corrective models for those who need them. Come in and see these Friendly Fives. We think youll agree that wearing them is gcod, plain common sense. Shoo Repairing done on short notice ERJEHDLY- El VBSHOES AAAATO EEEE)VSIZESJ3yiOtl5 friend of the late Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, one of the founders; and talked on Mrs. Hearsts life and ideals. Mrs. Hearst used to be a student of mankind. Tho she was a great philanthropist, she never gave of her means to anything which she had not thoroughly studied first, according to Mrs. Dean. In her talk she stressed the need of study for all and hoped that the members of the P.-T.A. would study all questions of legislation before exercising a vote, and that they should thoroughly understand all work to which they subscribe their money or their time. The women of the country have an enormous amount of power," said Mrs. Dean, let us see to it that we exercise this power wisely and with due thought." Mrs. Dean also stressed the need to seek the spiritual side of P.-T.A and not to lose hight of it in the reaching for the material, whch is necessary of course, but not paramount. "Seek the best in the home and the school" said Mrs. Dean, and combine it for the best interests of the child." Mrs. Dean is a forceful and dynamic speaker and her talk was all too short. The members could have listened to her for hours and never wearied. At the close of this fine address, plans were made for the next meet, which is to take place ;n j Vallejo. At this time, the nomin-ating committee, which is composed of one member elected from each council and three members at large, who are Mrs. D. Fussell, Mrs. W. T. Williams and Mrs. A. Monetta, will give their report. Mrs. Hoy Pratt, president of the San Francisco district, will be the guest of honor and principal speaker. In April, a big district convention will be held in Napa. At this time, election of officeis for tho ISth District, P.-T.A., for the next two years, will take place. The meeting will he an all-day and evening session, with luncheon al noon and dinner at six, to be provided for a largo number of delegates. Dr. Vcrlin Kersey, state superintendent of schools, has been invited to be present and speak, as have other prominent educators in the state. This will he the high -spot of tho year for the 18tji District and it is hoped that all Napa will cooperate to make this an outstanding event. Coast Players Leave for Camp LOS ANGELES, Feb. 16 (UP). Walter Berger, slugging outfielder, and Wes Schuhnerich, outfielder making his first appearance in the major league, will leave here by automobile AVednesday for the Boston Braves training camp at. Ft. Petersburg, Fla., they said tonight. Both expressed themselves satisfied with tho contracts given them by the National League club. Berger, as a Rookie last season, was a sensational home run hitter. Schulberich, former football star, went to the Braves in a deal that brings Jimmy AAelsh and cash to Los Angeles and sent Bob Smith to the Chicago Cubs. LOS ANGELES, Feb. 16 (UP). Prohibition was but one phase of the investigation of crime by the Wichersham commission but wets have attempted to mako it appear that half a million dollars was ex Cafeteria Luncheon at St. Marys St. Marks Guild will hold their last event previous to the Lenten season today when the ladies will put on a cafeteria luncheon, to which the public is invited, in the Guild hall, from 11:30 a. m., to 1 p. m. A delicious menu is being prepared and with the ladies of the Guild in charge, all may rest assured that the food will be perfectly prepared and faultlessly served. The menu for the luncheon is as follows: Assorted Salads Baked Veal and Dressing Diked Ham Italian Delight Vegetables Spanish Beans Carrots and Mushed Potatoes Bread and Rolls Assosted Pies and Cakes Coffee and Tea Napa Girl Is Bridesmaid at Stockton A number of Napans motored to Stockton Sunday to attend one of tho most brilliant social events to take place in that city this season, when Miss Ann Turner of lortol.v and Mr. Evertt Stark of Vallejo were married. Rev. Mahlon B. Young of Lodi officiated, the elaborate ceremony taking place in the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Paul Crandall, nee Fores Ilammoml of this city, acted as one of tho bridesmaids, end the music was furnished by the Students at the College of Pacific. Mrs. Stark is a graduate of College of Pacific, and his bride is a student there. They are both popular students at that institution, being well known by the Napa people there. A lovely reception was held following the wedding. Those from Napa who were present included Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Biggs. Mrs. L. E. Crandall, Miss Marjorie Crandall, Miss Dorothy Jackie, Mr. Claude Crandall, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Crandall, and Mr Paul Crandall. William Dinning Files Notice of Intent to Wed Notice of intention was filed yesterday in Fairfield by AVilliam Dinning, of Napa, and Pauline Maison Smith, San Francisco. Mr. Dinning is a well known Napa man, who grew to manhood in the Conn valley, Napa county, ltlr tho past number of years he has been a popular and successful salesman of the Harry G. Corbaley Ford agency. Ilis many friends in this community will hasten to shower him with felicitations. Hacienda Hotel 580 OEarrell Street San Francisco, California RATES $1.25 per day up with detached bath $2.00 per day up., with private bath Free Garage E. H. COWLES Prop. i Why Doctors recommend Milk of Magnesia for invalids Confined t o the house for long periods, deprived of the necessary exercise, in v a 1 i d s are very likely to become constipated unless extra precautions are taken. Realizing this, doctors stress the importance of a mild, effective laxative that will keep the bowels functioning normally without weakening the system of the patient. Ask your doctor about Rexall Milk of Magnesia. He knows that this pleasant antacid and laxative meets the highest stand- ards of purity and . strength. Sold only at Eex- all Drug Stores. J LEVINSON PHARMACY Phone 257 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED OF MISS MARIE ROBERTS TO JOHN MYERS OF S. F. Announcement of the engagement of Miss Marie Roberts of Napa to Mr. John Myers of San Francisco was made at a delightful party held in their honor at the home of the bride-elects parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde V. Soper, 934 Jackson street. Mr. Myers Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Myers of Vallejo. The home was prettily decorated in the Valentine motif and spring flowers and presented a festive appearance in honor of the occasion. Dancing and games were the diversion of the evening, and delicious refreshments were served at midnight. The party broke up at a late hour, all being reluctant to term MISS VERA BECK TO WED S. M. GARDNER ON SUNDAY When the young couple filed notice of their intention to wed, yesterday, it became known that Miss Vera Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Beck of Napa will become the bride of Sanford M. Gardner, son of Mr. T. B. Gardner of this city. The pair w-ill bo united in marriage on Sunday morning next, at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage, with the Rev. W. S. Woodhull, pastor of the church, officiciating. Only the immediate relatives and a few close friends will be present tp witness the ceremony. Following the nuptial rites, the bridal pair will slip quietly away on a wedding trip to the southern part of the state, returning from which, they will make their home in this city. Miss Beck was born and grew to young womanhood in this com Cooking Classes To Enter Prize Contests The cooking classes of Miss B. E. Scott at the Napa union high school are at the present timo busily engaged in brushing up on their technique of roasting and broiling and stewing and serving of meats. This is in preparation for the writing of essays on the subject, with the view to sharing in the university scholarships and cash awards offered in the Eight National Meat Story Contest. Miss Scott is preparing her girls to enter the race, if they wish, and she has requested entry blanks for the contest from the National Live Stock and Meat Board in Chicago, which is sponsor o the event. The United States is divided into four zones in th awarding of the prizes, and the first will be four $130 university scholarships one for each zone. Napa is included in the western zone, and $100 in cash is being offered in addition to the scholarship. The best essay submitted among the four zones will be considered as a national champion. Additional cash prizes are also being offered. The meat story contest is conducted each year in high schools throughout the United States. Its purpose is to assist in tho study of this food product, it is said. In the past, teachers in every state have enrolled their girls for competition and it is expected that the enrollment this year will equal or surpass that of previous years. It is estimated that between ten and fifteen thousand girls will participate. Selection of winners will be in the hands of a committee of prominent home economics authorities to ho selected as before, from the U. S. bureau of homo economics and the colleges. Every state will share In tho award of prizes. Several Hurt in Mexico Wreck MAZATLAN. Mexico, Feb. 16 (UP). Train No. 9, northbound from Guadalajara, was wrecked today near Rosario, in Sinaloa state. Several persons were Injured. Reports said the accident was caused by loose rails. Tho spikes had been removed. FOR 1931 PROSPERITY Begin the New Year right Popular Rates at the Golden State Hotel Powell at Ellis Streets San Francisco In the Heart of the City Free Garage To All Guests Napa Better Cleaners Building Maintenance Jan-s ltor Work Done. J. BACIGALUPI Call Levta son's Pharmacy Phone 251 inate euch an enjoyable evening. Among those who were present, included: MISSES Margaret Sprinkle Marie Roberts Lenore Kirkwood Caroline Fiore Jessie Halstead Emma Fiore Connie Bertoncini Lenore Arata Tommy Kirkw-ood MESSRS. John Myers A. Palandini Edward Rodgers John Zanardi Herbert Halstead Loyal Carter Bill Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. C. Martinelli Glenn Wheeler Albert Bartlow Leon Busselon Mr. and Mrs. H. Bond. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Lunduist Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Berry C. Purcell Mr. and Mrs. R. Bacigalupi munity. She is a graduate of the Napa union high school, with the class of 1926. After graduation, she accepted a position with the Great Western Power company, and when that company transferred their offices to the Pacific Gas and Electric company offices here, she was transfered to San Rafael. Recently sho has been connected with the Vallejo offices. She is well known in this community, where her charming personality has endeared her to a host of friends. Mr. Gardner is also a Napa boy and received his education in the Napa schools. He is now employed at the Ford garage here and is well known in this community. The marriage is the culmination of a school day romance and the many friends of the popular young pair will hasten to shower them with felicitations. Presbyterian Children Enjoy Party Saturday A jolly Valentine party was given the children of the beginners and primary departments of the Presbyterian Sunday school In the church parlors on Saturday afternon. The primary room presented an appropriate scene for the gaiety of tho afternoon, being gayly decorated in the Valentino hearts and other suggestions. During the course of the party many games were played, the height of the festivities centering around the box containing Valentines of all types and descriptions. The children drew tho cheery messages from this box, until the final Be My Valentine had disappeared. Ice cream and cake were served to the kiddies, and all declared them to be most delicious. About 40 children participated in the affair, which was given by the teachers of the department. Those women who sponsored It and helped to mako it such a success included: MESDAMES L. A. Maxwell R. M. Flower E. G. McMillan Guy Butler Kittle Crawford BOTH THE MILK AND THE BOTTLE ARE THE BEST You Can Whip Our Cream But Ycu Cant Beat Our Milk Ambrosia Creamery Co. INC. Phone 30 751 Soscol Ave. Amaranth Card Party at Webber Home The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. AAebher will be the scene of a delightful bridge and whist party this evening for the members of the Napa Court of Amaranth and their friends. A social evening will be enjoyed, Mr. and Mrs. Webber graciously opening their home for the third of a series of parties of this kind held during the last several months by the court. Lovely prizes will be offered for the winners at the games and later In the evening dainty refreshments will be served. These social evening, held at intervals by the members of the court, have proved to be most enjoyable, and this evening's event is eagerly anticipated by the members. Busy Day at Office of County Clerk Marriage licenses issued yesterday, included the following; Hlbert V. Gotfredson, 80, Lincoln, Neb., and Emma E. Nagel, 63, Beaverton, Wagli. Notices of intention, included the following; Albert F. Butcher, 3S, and Lucille Church, 21, both of Napa. Oscar E. Dean, 33, and Catherine Miller, 33, both of Imola. Sanford M. Gardner, 23, and Vera Beck, 21, both of Napa. Crawford Bryan Home from East Crawford Bryan, prominent resident of Napa, arived home yesterday after having enjoyed a trip of more than a months duration spent in the east. Mr. Bryan returned to Napa by steamer via the Panama canal, REAL VALUES WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 1121 First Street 1105 Main Street Plenty of Parking Space at Our Brown NORTH ZONE HOME DEPTS. IN JOINT ALL-DAY SESSION A specal all-day session of the North Zone Home Departments wil be held at Tucker Farm Center today under the leadership of Miss Ruby Flowers, Napa county home demonstration agent, and Mrs. Lillian Clark, of the agricultural extension service -at Berkeley. This meeting wiil be for the purpose of constructing homemade euipment for the purpose of lightening the household tasks of the rural housewife. The wood is cut out to measurement by a local planing mill, and Julia Dent Grant Circle To Meet Julia Dent Grant Circle No. 39, Ladies of the G. A. R., will enjoy a social afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Lapffer, this afternoon from 2 to 5 p. m. Invitations Out For Marriage of Miss K. Flanagan Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Catherine Flanagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J'ohn Flanagan of Carneros, to Mr. Jos. Fratessa of San Francisco. Miss Flanagan is a beautiful and talented girl and a prominent member of the younger set here. She is popular with a large circle of friends, and her marriage is sure to be one of the social events of the season. Sho is a graduate of the Napa union high school and of the University of California at Berkeley, where she was prominent in Alpha Delti n sorority. MEAT SPECIALS 1121 First Street then, with a man to aid In the heavy work, is assembled and painted by the ladies for their own use. Among the articles which will be constructed today are: lidracks, screens, shoe racks, folding faming baskets, individual trays, bed trays and many other fine articles. These artcles are all useful and attractive, and are enamelled in blight colors, with stencilled designs upon them, and often provide inexpensive and welcome gifts for Christmas and birthdays. All who see them are entranced and cannot wait til", they too, are able to engage in the fascinating construction. Last month, samples of these articles were taken around on her visit by Miss Flowers and the ladies chose the articles wh'ck they desired to construct. Later, Miss Flowers arranged to have the materials cut at the mill and today they will be assembled. Those centers who will take part in this work today, are as follows: Tucker, Bennett, Franz Valley, Bpring Valley and Chiles Valley. - miss Barbara "Blanchard Teacher of Piano Specializing In Classes for Beginners Napa, Calif. phone 744 4 t LAI HING CO. General Merchandise Shuck M. Chan, Prop. 840 First St Napa 814 Brown Street Street Store

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