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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 EASTBAY A Vellow chrysanthemums and Au Ocean View Drive Piedmont Sat Williams of San Francisco and her rlnud Johnson Glenn A honeymoon Souse in SausaUto a reception for intimate friends of EXPECTED bsorm University versity Club to Entertain ng will be observcdTt Club this year r wfth ny happy family BalhcrlngB The tables in the green and gold diningroom have been decorated with the russetcolored loaves of Sat afternoon although there be many nohost parties as well In cluded among the reservations are those of Mrs Ralph Bryant Mis Frederick Barry Mrs WcbBlerRut ledge and Mrs Adlwyn Hewitt On Thanksgiving Day family e Calistoga whose daughter is Mrs Mary Pond Chapman a W A u member will be host to a family fathering Mrs Leo C Dolan and Mrs Davis Lowell are others having family dinners at the club Tuesday the annual distribution of Thanksgiving baskets will take place with members of the phi an thropic section of the club In the work Baskets With two weeks provisions for each family have been packed and several j un dred Eastbay destitute will be given the Thanksgiving Dr and Mre James Drennan Cryan Jessie Mae SilviOjarc ex pected in the Eastbay for Thanks giving and probably will Join in familv reunion at the home of Dr and Mrs Samuel J Silva Lagu nitas Avenue Oakland The young couple since their marriage this Summer just ended have been liv ing in Centerville Both will be welcomed college friends from the University of California and College of Holy Names Supper Honors Couple Honoring Mr nnd Mrs Stnnlcy Easton of Coqur dAlcne Idaho nnd their daughter Miss Jane Enston and the latters fiance Mr John D Bradley n supper party was given by Mr and Mrs Philip Bradley of Berkeley on Saturday evening Saturday the engaged couple at tended a buffet luncheon given by Mrs Edwin Steen nnd Mrs Wnrrcn Porter In Berkeley preceding the Friday evening Mr and Mrs Wni ter Busher gave a dinner pnrty for Miss Easton nnd Friday nt luncheon she was honored by Mrs John Parks Davis Mr and Mrs Easton nnd their daughter are guests during their visit in the bay region nt the Snn Francisco home of Mrs Frederick Bradley The founding of Alpha Omicron Pi national sorority thirtyseven years ago will be celebrated by members Of the organization in San Francisco the Easlbny nnd the Pe ninsula at n Founders Dny banquet tonight Musical entertainment and speeches are being planned by Miss Jenn Stoll who is in charge of the entertainment Miss Jnne Green will be the toastmistress during the eve ning and Miss Ellamao Dodds pres ident of the Stanford active chapter and Miss Marjorie Hearn president of the Berkeley active chapter nre planning speeches Several mem bers the alumnae group also will speak during the evening The banquet which is to be given at the Clarcmont Country Club in Berkeley is being arranged by Miss Dorothy Will ti J Numerous guests attended the buffet supper and bridge parly given Saturday evening as a Bi Game celebration at the home of Mrand Mrs William R Bokkclen of Berkeley Included in the group Messrs and Mcsdames How ard Lane B D Dexter O P Shel ley G M Thomns Herbert Van Etten Eugene McCann Walter Kant A A Peat Joseph Manuel George C Gester H Eustace Louis Jen kins J W Ferguson A M Bohnert Frank Knight Marcus Peel Harry Butler O W Petcrsen J P Jollyman Ernes Hadden Ernest Richards E n El Fred Barker S H Gestor W K Van Bokkelcn A W Rushforth Dr and Mrs Guilfprd Soules Mrs Katherine Dunbaugh MrCheslej Ferguson and others 1 Childrens Colds Yield quicker to doubleactibn of Will Luncheon Mrs James Drennan Cryan Summer bride wlio is expected here for Thanksgiving She lias been residing in Center ville where her husband Dr Cryan is engaged in medical studio Wedding Day Announced Miss Violet Jurs whose engagc ncnt to Mr John Weaver was told ccently has chosen January 10 as or wedding day The ccremcvny is o take place in St Pauls Episcopal Church with Miss EvelynJurs as maid of honor and Mr Ralph Cam iglia best man The brideelect a graduate of U is affiliated with Chi Omega orbrity Mr Weaver former Slan ord student is n member of Phi appa Psi fraternity f i f On Thanksgiving evening Mr lalph FriBsellc nnd his daughter Jnne Frisaelle will leave for a hreeweoks visit to New York return here in time for he Christmas holidays and for the opening of the Spring semester in nnuriry at the University ofCali omfaj where Miss Frisselle will be enrolled Football Squad Will Be Guests at Dinner CENTERVILLE Nov ers of the Wnshinglon Union High School football squad which won ho second consecutive chnmpion hlp of the Southern Alnmeda County league Inst week by dcfcat ng Livermore will be guests of ho Centerviile Lions club in the near future at a football dinner Joe Jnson president of the club ixplained thnt the dinner is an an mal event to encourage belter foot all nnd cleaner sportsmanship For he purpose of inspiring the players o better efforts the next year the club arranges for them to be ad dressedby n number of the Icnd ng football coaches of the Bay dis rict The list of conciiei who will peak this year hnve not been an nounced The club is waiting until ho close of the season so thnt nore of them will be able to attend Horace Davi Bride Leave on Honeymoon PITTSBURG Calif Nov lornce Davi local steel company employee and his bride the former Miss Emmn Llstok dnuHhtcr of Mr nnd Mrs Frank Lislok 028 East Twelfth Street wore on n honey moon rip today following their marriage Sunday afternoon in Bc nicin The couple nre graduates of the Pittsburg High School They will reside here The newlyweds were nccompanicd to Bcnicia by Mr ind Mrs Edwnrd M Peter Mr nnci VIrs Anton Tomnshcck and Mr nc VIrs Fred Gower TOMORROWS CLUB CALENDAR Alamcda B P W sosalon Alameda High School p Hi Coll egc Womens nonfiction m recent graduates 8 p in Alia section flow er arrangement class Juniors 7 p in Wildwood School Mothers Club p m Oakland Womens City Club Living issues and drawing anil painting sections morning choral evening Foothill Boulevard Womens ami meeting Ubcll tea 2 p m Twentieth Century able books section 10 a m Town and Gown events section n m Hock Ridge Womens erature section morning cur rent events 12 noon Berkeley Womens City Today section p m Delphian Society Beta Sigma Chiiplcr Berkeley City Hall 10 a m KNIGHT COAL From Spring Canyon Utah Cheerful Maze No soot PHONl YOUR DIALER MIIS A T KAIAS PT Unit To Hear tp on iPiP9 Ot Traffic By ALICE HYAN ROOD Foothill Boulevard Womens Club will mark the Thanksgiving week with a luncheon and meeting to morrow at club headquarters in M el r o s e Methodist Church Mrs C N A 1 exander junior past pr e s idont will be host c K s and Mrs A T Kalas will have charge of the pro gram Mrs Newton C leaveland lecturer and writer will a 1 k on Ca lifornia ndlans A d e v o ional ser ice will be led by Mrs Nettle Duryca it is announced An additional feature of the day s a bazaar to be held under direc on the ways and means com niltce of which Mrs A E Will ams is chairman Many articles f practical use will be offered for ale Oakland Womens City Club horal will meet for rehearsal of a Christmas pageant tomorrow eve ing Dt the Alice Street Clubhouse Mrs Irma Randolph is director nd Mrs Myrtle Holtzman is ac ompanist A short business mect ng will precede the rehearsal Mrs Mice Monlin vicechairman and Albert S Downie secretary ill preside Mrs Frank Oldershaw hoirman is at present out of town The living issues section of the lub will meet tomorrow morning s will the painting and drawing roup A number of members of the tantortl Kappa Sigma Mothers Club were among guests at Big Game open house at the Kappa igma house of Cali ornia Saturday Mrs Chester B Alllen is chair nan of the glanford group Wildwood School Mothers Club vill meet tomorrow afternoon vhon Miss Lillian Munson Pied mont High School faculty will be iresented in a program of rccita ions Miss Rhea Rupert will tell of Camp Fire and Blue Bird organlza ion work nnd Camp Fire Girls will issist in a demonstration Edward Davie will discuss Boy Jcoul and Cub activities Mrs S D Russell will preside Mrs H R Angwin class mother willbe tea loslcss Classes taught by Mrs B B Bell vill present an entertainment tt O O The garden section ot Alta Mira Club meets tomorrow immediately ollowing a session of the flower arrangement class Alta Mira Juniors will meet to morrow evening at the home ol Marion Andrews Mrs J G Maas dam is sponsor tt fi u Stars Fall on Alabama by Carl Jramer will be reviewed tomorrow morning for the current nonfiction section of the College Womens lub by Mrs Novillc Lee The recent graduate group is en crtaining tomorrow evening at the Bancroft Way clubhouse Alameda B P W C will meet n dinner session tomorrow evening it Alamedn High School cafeteria A tour ot the school will follow Miss Louise Jolly is in charge tt O Bctn Sigma chapter Nationa1 Delphian Society will attend a meeting of Berkeley City Counci tomorrow morning after whicl members will stay at the city hal o hear department heads outline hcir work The meeting Is open o all Eastbay Dclphians Mrs II W Bcckman will be in charge Mrs Albert B Hcndrickson wit review Knut Hamsuns The Roac Lends on nt a meeting tomorrow morning ot Twentieth Century Clubs readable books section 1505 jobs of all kinds carpentry to miscellaneous found by SERA investigators in 32100 buildings in Eastbay Are you getting yom ihare Advertise LAkcside 6000 Carl Anderson Oakland police of ficer in charge of East Oaklands school traffic squad will be speaker at a meeting tomorrow afternoon of Daniel W e bster P T A Mrs W E L e G r o is program chairman A pro gram pre sented b y school students will be a feature of the day Mrs Lc g r o a n nounces Daniel Webster units member MRS w F Te GRO ship com phnto niUee reports 124 members are now nrollcd in the association The associations gym class plans o present a stunt at Stunt Nile airoakland PT A gym classes December 3 at Oakland High ichool The Library An Open Door will be the subject of a talk to be liven tomorrow afternoon by Miss ane Curtis of Alameda Public jibrary at a session of Alameda ongfellow PT A Mrs Densy Clark program chair man announces the Cloverleaf Sex ette will sing accompanied by Mrs L W Banta Mrs Bess Do ans class will sing Mrs Harry Simon president will preside Plans are being completed for a harvest Moon dance to be given Wednesday evening by Mclroso P r A Appointments for the affair vill be in keeping with the Thanks iving season Mrs E L Bargee is chairman Assisting chairmen will include Mrs LawrenceWhite Charles 3owman and AnnePattilo Piedmont Avenue PT A will meet tomorrow afternoon in regular session when Miss Evelyn Chasleen will talk on1 How The Young Child Learns Students in Miss Jeannette Baileys class will sing Hostesses for the day are Mes dames Fred Haffner A W Stau 3er O T Craig and N W Hagcl berg SERA classes sponsored by Pied mont unit include a gym class Mon day evenings conversational Eng lish Wednesday mornings and a dancing class Friday evening Mrs R C Celander is in charge of registrnlions Mothers of low twelfth students will be hostesses at a representa tive group meeting of Berkeley High Schopl PT A tomorrow afternoon at oclock in the Lit tle Theater The Senior Year at the High School will be the theme ot a program in charge of Miss Fan nie McLean viceprincipal Faculty members will lead dis cussion on the following topics Preparation for the University or Other Institution ot Higher Educa tion Mrs Jean Montgomery low twelfth counselor AfterGradua tion Plans Miss Cora Hampel school counselor and Civic Respon sibilities of the Senior E R Inglo advisor of student association Stu dents will present musical numbers The meeting will be followed by a social hour with refreshments in charge of Mrs T F Caffee NEW GLASSES FIR CITIZENS BERKELEY Nov classes in parliamentary law and contract bridge have been an nounced by A B Campbell Berke ley director of the Emergency Ed ucation Program Miss Ruth Peter son conduct n class n parlia mentary law for adults in the P T A room of he Education Ad ministration Building Milvia Street and Durant Avenue from 10 a m to 12 noon on Tuesdays beginning tomorrow The class will be or ganized into groups with the posi tion of chairman rotating A class in contract bridge which will meet from to Monday evenings at the Albany High School Pomona and Garfielt Ave nues is scheduled to start tonight under direction of David R night man exponent of the Culbertson method Rightman will also assist Evelyn Mtiir who gives Instruction in contract bridge on Tuesday eve ning from to oclock at McKinley High School Berkeley Robin Lampson Berkeley poet and critic whose classes have proved popular features of the Emergency Education Program will read from his own writings tomor row evening at Berkeley Evening High School Lampsons classes are conducted on Tuesday and Thurs day evenings Director Campbell announces that all classes under the Emergency Education Program are open to the public without charge 1500 Attend Fire Department Party SAN LEANDRO Nov than 1500 people attended the thea ter party given by the San Lean dro fire department for the purpose of raising funds fothe firemens annual Chr itmas party for poor and needy children Members who served on the com mittee were Henry Souza chair man assisted by Louis Dutra Wil liam Bettencourt Hugo Fannucchi and Manual Agrella toy chairman Money raised by the party will be used to entertain poor children at a party and to buy toys for needy children Parish to Sponsor Thanksgiving Whist BERKELEY Nov an nual Thanksgiving whist party of St Mary Magdalen Parish will be held at oclock tomorrow night in the parish hall Milvia and Berry man Streets under the auspices of the Holy Name Society E N Mc Gowan Is chairman of the commit tee in charge consisting of men in the parish Refreshments will fol low the card game Hand Made Babies Clothes basen ette etc Sold to 1 of 8 Tribune readers phoning ANdover 6448 Pastor Finds Much For Which to Be Thankful We can be thankful that we still t know how to have thankful hearts said Dr Clarence Reidenbach pastor of the First Congregational Church preaching a Thanksgiving message last night on the subject Thanks Be to God Religion is full of thanksgiving he said There are some who say that religion springs out of ignor ance and fear and ignorance and fear have gone into the making of it but it certainly springs also from the full heart that cannot contain its gladness at the thought of the good ness of God The Bible is full of the stories of songs praises and joy ful prayers of thqnks It tells of the joyful radiance of the Christian re ligion England has its Harvest Home The Pilgrim bequeathed us our Thanksgiving Day NOT ALWAYS PROSPEROUS The thanksgiving of our forefa thers did not always come out of times of prosperity The Jews had a hard time in the world The early Christians had a hard time Jesus did and yet he gave thanks at the last supper on the night that he was betrayed The Pilgrims had had a hard time in the years before our first Thanksgiving Day and their first harvest was simply what they got from about 21 acres of cleared ground We arc too likely tothink that we do not have much to be thank ful for It is a good thing for us to have a great day that makes us re call to mind the blessings we have We arc alive We may have looked forward into the year with fear and trembling but here we are We may have been reduced to 1he ne cessities so far as possessions are concerned but we can have those necessities and a richer inner life is open to all of us who will take the trouble to win it I have looked over some the thanksgiving proc lamations of the past They have come from both hard times and prosperous times Some of them came from the days of the war People found things to be thankful for even then Some of them came from the days when we thought that we were entering a period of unlimited prosperity They called at tention to the soul dangers of ma terial prosperity One may very well hold the conviction that the days of our chastening will prove to be good for the soul of America Were our souls any better off in 1928 than they are now Were we really any happier in 1928 than we are now THANKFUL FOR COURAGE We can be thankful that we still know how to have thankful hearts We can be thankful for courage We can be thankful that we are living in a creative age when we have a chance to make a new world that will be a little more like the kingdom of God We can be thank ful for our faith We know that we shall be delivered We do not know just what road we are going to take but we know that there will be a way There is always a way That is just as sure as that there is a God and a future Let us not be defeatists Let us master our doubts and our fears Let us keep our hearts high Let us look to God whence cometh our help Thanks be to God Berkeley Sets Date for Feast of Yuletide Pageant BERKELEY Nov for the children of Berkeley annual Municipal Christmas Party when youngsters of the city will gather about a huge Christmas tree and greet Kris Kringle in person has been announced for Sunday afternoon December 23 in the mens gymnasium at the University of California Entertainment will be presented in the form oC a pageant The Feast ofYulelide written espe cially for the occasion by Ellen Irwin Winter Berkeley playwright Major roles will be taken by well known Berkeley dramatic stars while hundreds of children from city play grounds will appear in chorus num bers Berkeleys Christmas Party will be staged in true holiday fashion this year as a result of the generos ity of the late Dri Benjamin P Wall of Berkeley who provided a sum of money to be used this year for the first time to provide an annual Christmas festival and entertain Plans for the Yuletide fete are under direction of the Municipa Christmas Committee appointed by Mayor Edward N Ament and the Citys Recreation Department Par ents who would have their children appear In the Christmas pagean have been requested by the recrea lion officials to sign Ihem up for pnrls with their neighborhood play ground directors or through the Citj Hall Children are already being trained for the festival under direc tion oC school and municipal play ground directors headed by Ferdi nand T Kebely Arthur Kirkpatricl and Elizabeth Kingsland Formerly held in the Greek Thea ler Berkeley Municipal Christina Festivals have suffered difficultie in the past because of inclemen weather For that reason the com mittee in charge secured use of th mens gymnasium at the university which has a seating capacity o approximately 8000 NEW SCHOOL METHODS CITED BERKELEY Nov thft hiia that must be made to count to day in the schools of the land not he amount of dry subject matter is assigned to absorb To this end says Walter H Hep ner chief of the department of secondary education in the Department of Education new methods and materials of instruction ire being introduced into the cur iculum of California high schools o meet the needs of adolescents in a changed world Addressing secondary teachers and principals at a conference held n BerkeleyHepner declared that ligh schools of California were making three fundamental ap proaches to the problem of curri culum revision The first approach he related is to revise courses of study to the end that the adolescent youngster will have increased opportunities for his personality to grow and de velop The conference is the second in a series now being conducted under the Bureau of Curriculum of the local schools and Was attended by principals supervisors and teach ers of the secondary schools U 5 Will Prosecute Still Raid Suspects SAN JOSE Nov men arrested by Sheriff William J Emig for operating an illicit alcohol still near Los Gatos had been freed on bail posted with United States Com missioner Ernest E Williams of Francisco today The four gave their names as James Rici Frank Mal vini Gene Baldi and John Pepri The still they were operating had a capacity of 1000 gallons of alcohol daily and was worth Sheriff Emig said The Sheriff was assisted in the raid by Undersheriff G Hamilton and Deputy Sheriff Hubert Bartley Evidence and the prisoners in the case were turned over to Federal authorities for pros ecution under internal revenue laws Imagine Just 5c a word for Classified Advertising in the Trib une Schilling Yood Colors jadd appctiziny tints loi CAPWELL Clay 14th and 15th OAKLANDS OWN STORErl HOIIidoyV3t3l I TOMORROWS PT A CALENDAR Piedmont Avenue Afternoon meeting Berkeley represen tative group meeting p m Alameda Lincoln Meeting S p m Alameda meeting meeting Dantel Webster Meeting p m program p m ANNUITY RATES GOING UP December first r R t t a arc nrt vnncetl Why not Investigate Con flilentinl service Pftiil Jones nffent New Tork Tttt Ins Co o2 Lullitvm Snunrc ilulld Injr rhone OF cnconrt Save nn Gift Income Tax Inheritance Tnxt STRAIGHTAWAY to CHRISTMAS in a big STOREWIDE On Every Floor AND IN EVERY DEPARTMENT an event that will save Oakland families thousands of dollars Think what that means to you Right at the beginning of Christmas season New quality merchandise for yourself for gifts at extraordinary low prices Come Tuesday expecting to buy more for your money than you ever thought possible says ELLSWORTH VINES Jr Lending Professional Tennis Ace Speed and power youve got to have them for tournament tennis And theyre possible only with Controlled Power Knowing this I appreciate why Controlled Power in Red Lion gasoline makes a world of difference in the per formance of my car GET CONTBO1LED the Gasoline with Full Power Drlvol LUS iTETRAETHYL Tuesday 9 a m Wo phone mail orders Quantity rights Sale of Remnants Cottons velvets woolens silks draperies in great cleanup remnants J i fill Desirable lengths 1st and 3rd 10 2 Womens Hosiery Fine Ruby Ring and Royale silk hosiery perfect and fullfashioned chiffons and KQt service 1st Fir Pair 5J5JC Playing Cards Linenfinished giltedged playing cards attractive backs Theyre values Limit Fine ABC Percales Also Arkwright Defender Lifetime and American cambrics some I imperfects Limit 10 1st I 50in Monks Cloth Natural colored twoply monks cloth 50 inches wide Limit 10 yards Value 3rd WWV Phoenix Anklets Also fine Gordon and Princess anklets discontinued patterns 30c pair regularly now 1st I ww Sale of Silks 39inch silks of all descriptions Mar velous nev prints new plain colors lingerie RQft crepes 1st UtfW Silk Underwear Womens delightful new style silk gowns bias cut slips panties chemises Ol dance sots 2nd CapiOcU Sullivan fr Fur 9 A M SPECIALS No phone mail orders Quantity rights 300 Womens Undies Panties chemises vest i and bloomers in a manufacturers closeout impeifcct Limit 4 2nd A 1C Jewelry Clearance values to soc in the group Bracelets earrings clips necklaces to clear I Limit 10 1st I UG 267 Mens Neckties Magodore ties in a fine as sortment of colors and patterns Clearance I CM Limit 4 1st I 3D Pet Toilet Tissue 1000 rolls to go A closeout price Limit ef 10 to each customer Valuel 1st Fir Womens Hosiery SCO pairs womens semifash ioned silk hosiery Every pair perfect Also I chardonizc Limit 4 1st I HV 600 Lace Pieces Manufacturers overstock sale A good assortment of patterns and sizes I Limit 6 1st I Vw 200 Magic Tricks Gilberts Magic Tricks each box containing 6 fine tricks 3 assortments ManuI facturers closeout Limit 2 I 100 India Prints 100 lovely imported India prints sizes 72x80 or 72x108 Your cholcel I Limit of 2 only 3rd Sullioan P M   

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