Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on February 17, 1925 · Page 23
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 23

Oakland, California
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Tuesday, February 17, 1925
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Oakland Oi&tine FEBRUARY 17, 1923 23 TUESDAY EVENING EastbayVitalStatistics BirthsMarriagesDeaths BORN OX To the wife of Andrew H. Box. Fftb. 7, 1925, a. daiiKl'ter. COIH.IAT To the wife of John Cor- Klat. Jr., Piedmont, Jan. 24, 1U25, a daughter. CU AND ALL To the wife of Leo II. Crandall, Feb. U, 1U25, a son. BAY To the wife of Vlrto II. Day. Fob. 12, 1925, a daughter. ARMOR To the wife of Floyd W. IJartnor. Feb. 13, 1325, a daughter. ITO To the wife of Tsutae Jto, Feb. 18. 1325. a daughter. KACilOYAMA To the wife of Tone- taro Kagcyama, Berkeley, Feb. 12, 1U25, a son. I'RRAY To the wife of Douglas Murray, Berkeley, Feb. 10, 1920, a daughter. ' fOI'U To the wife of Whitney B. Pope. Jan. 26, 1925, a daughter. IWK.KV To the wife of Lewis Ithvs Swezey, Piedmont, vFcb, 12, 192.r, a daimhter. IT. JOHN To the wife of George A. FjwKt. John, Nnpa, Cal., Feb. 11, . 1925, a Hon. ,VII.NO!S To the wife of Sllvestro . Wilson, FpIi. 6, 192B, n cla lighter. MARRIAGE LICENSES nol'I.TUK-MOItKIS Frank F. Boulter. 24. and Fnrana Morris, 27, both of Oakland. nt HIIAMv-ltK Ki:it Otis J. Bur-bank, 22. and AJI.ertha H, Kicker, 2(1. both of Oakland. EDWAHIIH-MfllKHMOTT-Albert B. Kdwards. 37, Atlanta, .ia., and Klizabeth McDermott, 32, Chicago, 111. I,-rAKl.SO Kendall H11.U 1 34, and Hose Carlson, 30, both of Oakland. I.l CIA-SKAY Nicholas D. Ltirla, 22, Oakland, and May- Seay, .22, Albany. Sfl A UKUY-fiH Y Albert B. Sharkey, 4ii, and Alexlna Gray, 29, both of Oakland. WILLI AMS - IIOKTOX John Williams, 29, and Louvenla llorton, 21, both of Oakland. BAN FRANCISCO MARRIAGE LICENSES, BACIOALUPI-VESEY LoiilH F. lWinRBhipl, VI, HI Ninth stri'i't, uml liorntliy L. Vmey, onkliinrf i SFEEKS-STOOP8 Vlncnnt K. Kpeera, 2S, nnil Uorothca M. Htoops, ' lit, both of oaklmi'l. WABKEN-8PAMNAGEL 1-k.jd r. Vt"rrn. I'.i. uiklmd, and Helen M. bl'.iioiKtl, ii-i, HKl liguDM itrwt. DIVORCES FILED Bobcrt U vs. Elizabeth . Miller cruelty. t liertrude vs. Max Ayers; cruelty. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Emanuel A. Tronvig desire to express their heartfelt thanks to their many friends for the kindness and sympathy, also for the many beautiful floral offerings tendered them dur ing their recent bereavement. Griffin, tha late Mrs. Frances Eas- McVAMFK In Oakland. February ton and Susan Griffin and brother 17, 1925. Frank McNamee. a native of Mrs. Kate Kelly of Iowa City, of Ireland, aged 55 years. . . la., aged 73 years, 11 months arid Notice of funeral hereafter. Bell days. Iowa City, la., and Benicia miailns at the chapel of Grant 1. Cal . papers please copy. Miller. 2372 East Fourteenth street, Friends are respectfully Invited corner of Twenty-Jourth avenue, to attend the funeral Wednesday, NELSON In Oakland. Feb. 17, 1-coruary 1. at o ciocR a. m., from if. 25. Majrvllla M.. dearlv beloved DIED DAYS MORE OF OUR SALE! Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits Exclusively 1800 Suits, Including the NEW SPRING STYLES SAVE $10.00 to $17.00 NOW! Park St. ami Sunn Clura Alameda Fin rrv.u.i: am:. AMi l 1 llil ST. FRUITVALE . Sun I.eandro 1375 K. Itlh Masonic ISlilg. ADAMS In Oakland. February '111, 1926. Helen Marie, loving- daitiih ter of Mario Castro Adams and tho Mate Kobert Adams, a native of California, aged 3 years, S months, 3 davs. ! Funeral services Wednesday. February 18, l!)2f, at 2:30 o'clock p. m., at the parlors of the James Taylor company, northeast corner of Fifteenth and Jefferson streets. Oakland, Cal., to which friends are . Invited. Monterey County, Cal. pap- 1 ers please copy. ! UOWI-: In this city, February ' Id, l'.iL'fi; Annette Howe, beloved daughter of William II. and Jean Stephens Howe. A native of San , Francisco, ane 4 months, 21 days. I Funeral Wednesday, February 1K. ! 1!i2f, at two (2) p. m., at the chapel 1 of the Truman riidi rtnkiiiK' Coin- ! pany, Mission street at IS, San Francisco. . COLLIEIt In Oakland, Feb. 14 Einnui. V., beloved mother of Mrs. William Holers of Ma rysvillc, Cal., Mrs. A. I' Hansen .of l'oetitello, Ida., nnil Sidney A. Uusendark, sister of Arthur li. Manassa. urandmothvr of funeral Maxim? and Glfforrl I'.uer.s and ; ItoRer K. Hansen; a native of Mlchi-Kiin. Friends are respectfully invited 'to attend the funeral Wednesday, Feb. IS, at 10:30 a. to. from her late residence, 2S25 Octavla street, i C. N, Cooper, director of funeral service. CHOW In Oakland. Feb. 1(5, 1P2T, llliam M. Crow, beloved son of Mrs. Margaret nnd the late Albert 1. Crow and brother -of Albert, Kil-: ward M.. Hethel, Alta and Until Crow; a native of California, aged j 23 years. Friends nnd senunlntances are respectfully invited to-attend the funeral services tri be held at the chapel of Grant 1 . Miller. 2'72 East Fourteenth street, corner Twenty -fourth nvenue. Oakland, California. Wednesday, Feb. IS, i;i2J, at 11 o'clock a m. Interment. Kvertreen Cemetery. I i:lti:ltl In Oakland, February If. 1'j2.'i, John, dearly beloved husband of Imiacia Fereria and lovinu father of John Joseph. Manuel, Henre,, Antone and Annie IYreiia anil Mrs. Mary I.eno of Vallejo and Mrs. Evant'iinn Enos. A native of 1'ortimal. aned t'.7 years. A member of I. l. 10. S. and 1'. 1'. E. 1 nis late residence, j i; untn ave., thence to St. Patrick's church, 10th and 1'eralta sts., where a requiem hiKh mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. C.UIIIIIKN In San Lorenzo, February 17. 1H23. Mary Jane, dear wife of William Grihhen, beloved mother of Margaret M. Uribben, a native of Ireland. County Dublin, aged 77 years. 2 months, 8 days. Friends and aciiuaintances invited to atH'nd funeral ThursdHv, Febr uary J9, 1925, tit to a. m., from her.laUi home on Hathaway avenue,-thence to All Saints' church. Hay-ward, where mass will be said, commencing at !:3t a. m. Interment, Hole Sepulchre cemetery. I1V.NS In Oakhuid, Feb. 1,1, l!2r, Sophie Hackmati Hans, beloved wife of William E. Hans, sister of Mrs. -Mary Dcmuth, Mrs. Henry J. Will-man and Fred Hacknian; a native of Indiana, apred 50 years, 28 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services to be held at the chapel of Crant I. Miller, 2.172 East 14th St., corner 24th ave., Oakland, Calif., Thursday, Ft b. 19, 192.",, at II o'clock a. m. Interment Sunset View cemeterv. ni.ii:nso In Oakland, Feb. ruary 1(1, 1925, William J, Henderson, beloved husband of Ellen Z. Henderson and loving- father of Lottie 10. Sheridan. A native of -Ore- i un, aged 59 years 7 months 1 days. I A inciiilier of Live Ma k lodge No. 01, ! F. and A. M. ! fiends are Invited to attend the services lo be held at the chapel of tirant fi. Miller, 2.172 East Fourteenth street, "corner Twenty-fourth avenue, Oakland, .Thursday, Kelt. 19, 1925, at 10 o'clock a. in. No flowers. Incineration stiicily pri vate. KITTO - In lli-rkeley, February 17, 1925, Samuel Henry ICitto, dearly beloved Jiu.sl.and of Maud Emig Kit to, loving brother of Mrs. I.. Hi'iiard.soii of San Francisco, and Mrs. 1.1. W. r.ubertson ' of Valleio. ICal. Notice of funeral later For further Information rlni? up the 'Funeral Home" of Albert Engel & Co. I'hone oaklanrl 941! L.M) In Oakland, February 1 6, 1 925; John F. I.andy, the beloved husband of Maggie Landy, father of Louis. Chaiif, . Johnny and Leo Landy and 'Viola Silvirla, Ruby Kamos and brother of .Mrs. Mary MeLoiighlin and llosa Hall and Elizabeth l-'erra ml of Los Angeles. land Charlie Landy of Alabama, n native or Montgomery, Ala. aired Iji, years. Frit nds ami ncouaintanres are respectfully invited to attend the , fuuoi'al from the I'arks Chapel A. M. 10. church, Chester and Ninth 'street, Oakland, Thursday, February I 19, at 2 p. in. For information call j I !a xt er- I a y lor, i. 904 L'.i Iu .....1 i ,, I t ,. r. u n re re- Koectfullv Invited to attend' the fu- . '' " In Oakland. February 15, neral to he held at the family resilience. 912 I'eralta Street, Wednes-dav, February 1925 nt 9 o'clock a. in., tlonce to St Joseph's church where a bivh mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul commencing at 9 .10 o'clock. Inter- 1 925. Ida 10. Lore! Lurch; a native 75 vears, "and S of ' la kin nd Ueh.-i Friends and ac spectrally invit, funeral Services Incut St. Mary's feimii rv. (.HI! TIN In Oakland, February 1 5. 1 925, Micha'l, dearly belov.il husband of the late Frances Griffin, loving father of Oitrude, Casta. John. Ja'r.M Eugene and Ceolge chapel of i Irani 1 1. Miller. I'ou l ie nth st r. et. corne l'ou it h a venue, i iak la nd. ins. lav, February 1 191 o'clui k p in. Interment, , widow of Matlu.vv of Germany, aged months ; a m-cmber ea Lodue No. Hi. I ua i ntances are re. d to attend the to be held at the 2 East Twentv-'al., Wed-'.. at 4:15 Ov en; re en wife of itav Nelson, lovinir dauich ter of Mr. and Mxs. tleorge l'ritch-ett and sister of Doris Dent, Mait-land. ltoherta and Leon I'ritchett. A native o i:ngland, aged 19 years 11 months 20 davs. Friends anrt acquaintances are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral services to be held at the family residence, 2716 Short street, Thursday, Feb. 19. 1925, at 2:30 p. m. Interment. Evergreen cemetery under direction of Grant D. Miller, undertaker. I'l.ASKKTT In Oakland. Feb. K 1925, Nannie L. May I'laskett. be--loved wife of Frank Waldo Pla.s-kett, loving daughter of Jefferson I), and Jessie l'.elle Nelson, sister of Georgia Lockwood. Jennie, Alois and Wilbur Nelson. A member of Oakland Chapter No. 140, O. 10. S. (.Varysvllle and Salinas, California, papers please, copy.) Friends and acuaintances are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral services .to be held at the 'impel of Grant D. Miller, 2S72 East Fourteenth street, corner Twenty-fourth avenue, Oakland, California. Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1925 at 2 o'clock ti. m., under the auspices of Oakland Chapter No. 140, O. E. S. j Incineration. ! I'l.ASKIOTT -The officers and members of Oakland Chapter No. 1 In, o. 10. S., are hereby 1'eg.uested to attend the funeral services, of our late sister, Nannie L. May liaskett, to be held at 2 o'clock p. in. Wednesday, Feb. IK, 1 925. to be held at Hit- chapel of Grant D. Miller, 2372 10. 14th St., 10. ( lakland, Cal. OLIVE It. ('ALLEN, Worthy Matron. VIONICF. F. CUSI1ING, , Secretary. ! IIATIIJION Tn Oakland, Feb. 15, 1925, Jane, widow of the late Her-i man ltat.hjen, loving mother of Mrs. ' W. C. .Mason, Mrs. E. A. Mclster of Sacramento. Calif, Mrs. F. A. Jordan and the late Hermle Hathjen, ' grandmother of Mrs. J, R Mockbee of I'anama; a native of Ireland, aged 1 7li years. i I Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 9:30 o'clock a. m., from the Oakland parlors of Freeman & Cox-Hoai h & Keriney Co., 2630 Telegraph ave., thence to St. Anthony church, East 15th st. and 16th ave., where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 10 o'clock a. tn. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. HIIOI)E In Oakland, Feb. 14, William Henry, beloved husband of Ella M. Rhodes, loving father of Miss Zelma Rhodes of Albany, Oregon; Charles W. and John W. Rhodes; son or .Mrs h.oer 11. Rhodes and the late IOber II. Rhodes; broth er of Mrs. Evelyn U. Itessle L. Jennings Calif., a native of years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral Tuesday, Feb. 17, at 10.30 a. m. from the Fruitvale chapter of C. N. Cooper. 3347 E. 14th st. Albany, Oregon, papers please copy. S'I'IOIOI.IO In I'rovidenee hospital, Fell. Hi, 1925, Uessle, beloved wife-of Albert and loving mother of Verona. Alberta, and Albert Steele, Jr., and lining sister of Mrs. Millicent Urown and Mrs. Lelta Farren and Geo. 10 .Merton; a native of Washington, aged 41 years. l.'rlf lols nnel acqtialntnnces are re. spectfully (rivlted to attend th. funeral services Wednesday. Feb. 18. 1925, at 1 o'clock p. m., from the funeral chapel of Smiley & Gallagher, Alameda. A member of Corp. L. B., Hollywood Auxiliary No. 939, V. F. W., and Julia A. Martin Spanish War Veterans. Interment, Cypress Lawn cemetery. Members of the Julia A. Martin Auxiliary are requested to attend the funeral services of Sister Steele to be held from the funeral parlors of Smiley & Gallager. Wednesday at 1 p. tn., 2325 Santa Clara ave., Alameda. MARY S. ELLISON. President. STKVKNMIN in Oakland, Feb 14, Charles Edwin, beloved husband of Eaontlna Stevenson, loving stepfather of Miss lOrna Stelnway of New York, brother of James H. Stevenson of Sacramento, Calif ; Mrs. Unla T Ttnoelv r.t J..r.r, U'llliqn. W. Stevenson of Glendale, Oregon.; j Mrs. Harnett E.' Martin of Glendale, Oregon; Mrs. .Margaret H. Nolder of Homestead, Penn., nnd Mrs. Martha A. Everett of Uridgeville, Penn.; a native of Penn., aged 64 years, 11 j months, 13 nays. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the fu-nertl Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 3 p. m. from the Fruitvale chapel of C. N. Cooper, 3347 East 14th st. Interment, Evergreen Cemetery. THIOGO.MVt; In Oakland, February 17, 1 925, Edwin Tregoning, son of the late Alfred and PhllMpa Tfe-gonlng and brother of Mrs. U. J. Collins, Mrs. J. R. llnrgess and William, Lottie, and Herbert Tregon-Ing, a native of .California, aijed 42 yea rs. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral services Thursday, February 19, 1925, at 11 o'clock a. m., at Tru man's Residence Chapel, Telegraph avenu. at Thirtieth street, Oakland. VVKOTICH In Oakland, Feb. 1, 1925, George Vukotlch; a nativs of Montenegro, aged ,45 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral to be held at the chapel of Grant D. Miller, 2372 East 14th St., corner 24th ave, Oakland, Calif , Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1925, at 12 30 o'clock p. m.. thence to Serbian Orthodox church, 9th and Oak sts., for services at 1 o'clock p. ni. Interment Serbian cemetery, San Mateo county. t WIIITAKEH In Oakland, February 17, 1925, E. A. Whitaker. beloved husband of Marnret H. Whitaker and "father of Charles A., William J., Earle (., Wesley R., Arthur A. and Richard It. Whitaker, a native of I'ennsyl vanla, aged 87 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services - Thursday. February 19, 1925, at Z o'clock p. m, at Truman's Residence Chapel, Tele graph avenu. at Thirtieth street. Oakland. Ipterment strictly private. WOOI.LIn Berkeley. Feb. IT, Mary Livingston Wooll, wife of thl lata John Wooll. mother of Charles L., John Hastings. Harriet and Charlotte Wooll, Mrs. Arthur N. Bay ley and Mrs. S. MoWanty, a native of New York. Services Thursday. Feb. 1. at 1 o'clock, at her home, 2121 Co lief ave. Interment private. THORSTED for FLOWERS ThorstedJIoralC Sradian Bldg. 14)8 Broadw' TltpiontOmUitJ4ti0 I In California Godcau Fsneral B Clinpcls will be found, scrviiiK end saving for S the people of the prln- - ll , cipnl localities. 7aS7.s.. .jPia-Jrj J" ulUIUMlL'il 111 V r I I :tnnit1 s"' awini - 7M MnelatestW&ys ip DresslfburHair In Pictorial Review for March is a special article illustrating and describing exacdy how the smartest women in New York are now dressing their hair. See PICTORIAL REVIEW for MARCH 15c a copy All News-stands Now Smit h nnd M rs. 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