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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 11, 1915, Oakland, California Sunday morning Oakland Tribune april ii 1915. Art Oakland club5 4 society newly elected officers of the Adelphia club from left 10 Nunt front mrs. Ashuro. Gou mrs. Geo. E. Plummer mrs. E. W. Mason mrs. Henry c. Bennett. Second mrs w. A Gammans. Tyers Chas. E. Tabor mrs. Walter Higgin f Are of the Al Etc Paivi Arta Hurst. Miss Isabe l German Edna Gelderman. 5. Mildred f. Husbands mrs. J is. 3ack mrs. Waldo Park i continued from 1 re Colas Page to by return us Iha demanded. Membership in such is merely desirable from hat ing one s name printed or Trinen As in company with other de fashionable women. This Winter the various societies hat been formed for the Relief of he sufferers by the War have at lasted exactly the same ends As did the sewing society in bringing people together and really accomplishing a lot of work. The it Oitt of prominent women who meet every tuesday at mrs. George my year s Home on Linden Street have great y enjoyed the weekly gathering. They sew for the Bel Gians and Many a bos. Carrying much needed clothing Nas found its Way Over the seas provided the i Nerous care of mrs. Mcvear. Many of the new clubs Are organized for purposes of study As for in stance. The monday club across the Bay. The members will also enter Tain distinguished visitors to our coast but that will be in the line education As Well. Every Man or ionian who has succeeded in the world has a. Message to others and that is the Best kind of education. Exclusive clubs in the past have been organized for dancing or for a Rufie. But this exposition year May bring a change and clubs destined to carry a message far Down the future May be organized by women Well Worth . O o diplomacy draws Max abroad. Diplomacy is attracting the at Tention of Many Bright Young men and among those sure to succeed in this difficult profession is Kintard j Penn Over. His first assignment was to Buenos Ayres. From a hich City he has been transferred to the far East and he will now be stationed at bang f. W. At la. Mrs. Henry o. Is it it mrs. E. W. It la r v Ard i is. Herbert d. Mrs t. W. Bar , mrs j a mrs. W. E. J a Csiss. H Tabor. Or a. Vav or ii the aril a cd t an s of v u k "5 m i Are winning All hearts and unfailing Courtesy the Pennoyer formerly lived on j that is charming they Are very Alice Street in this City and later mrs. Sentle very quaint and they express Penn Over spent Many years abroad the East in a1 manner her two sons. They were impresses the american woman rated in Switzerland so they speak n Many languages fluently. Mrs. Ben in Oyer who has Many friends around hav. Is now making her Home in Berkeley. John Heath the Only son of mrs. John Heath is also studying for the diplomatic service. He is a. Graduate of Stanford University and is now taking a Post graduate course in the East. Jack Heath has some Jears abroad with his Mother and he has an. Equipment that will make for Success in the difficult Field of diplomacy. Mfr o notable a tests la after in Lexer Chat. Interesting stories Center around Many of the visitors who will be on our coast this season. Among those who were extensively entertained Dur ing their recent visit Here were the Baron and Baroness uru of Japan. They were guests recently at a pied Mont reception and there they met mrs. Isaac Requa. Aad thereby hangs a tale. Many years ago when Hon. Charles de Long was minister to Japan a group of children Twenty five boys and Twenty five girls were sent to America to be educated. The late a. X. Towne and the late Isaac Requa planned the special train which took diem East and the group of children were chaperoned on the Way by or. And mrs. Isaac Requa one of the Little girls studied Well she became a graduate of married Ramon uru of Japan. And recently the Little girl grown up and the lady who chaperoned her so Many years ago met at who meets them As altogether delightful. The women of All the world have come to us one that Here cant car mag entertainment Given on 10 spent 15 by the ladles. Relief society which has aroused exceptional interest. They will find in the full Flower of its development the fascinating and Brilliant gentlewoman of today. Suzette. May fete in Piedmont. A May fete in Piedmont Park will be the charming entertainment Given on May women s clubs election of Tho first tin Alameda club has indulged in fewer Fatmi cities and the Only for this week to n hrs. Cham r of Aniver the of the arid c. Save a Larse tiny last Day Alt noon Ai one of the local nouns. Hiss c. Kir and Misi c. La Jarl Ornard the committee of arrangements. Mills association nominations. At of the Mills association of Alann Rda county the nominating committee presented the following ticket of officers for the ensuing year miss Edwards chair Man of the nominating committee reported she following nominations for the ensuing for president. Mrs. William at Friend first vice president. Miss Mary e. Nicoll Sec Ond vice president. Mrs. William Burner treasurer. Mrs. Clarence j. Stones Fer Recorr fins Secretary. Mrs. E. S. Church corresponding Secretary. Miss Virginia Washington. The Nutter of changing the name of the association is being considered. Home club election. The Home club will of an important business meeting and a Gay festivity next thursday evening when Tho annual election of officers will precede a cards and dancing. The hosts and hostesses of the occasion will the members of the retiring Board of directors ill. And mrs. W. To. Crane. Or. And mrs. Walter a. Rugg. Or. Mrs. Fred Taylor. Or. And mrs. Robert mrs. Theta h Margaret Taylor. The entertainment arranged will begin with the playing of the glee club from Stanford University and conclude with an informal dance Buffet supper and cards. Each member is permitted two guest cards for the occasion. Tb.8 candidates for directors selected by nominating committee Are As follows president. Sirs. Daniel e Easterbrook first vice president. Mrs. Glenn c. Barn Hart second vice president. Or. Robert a. Leet third vice president. Mrs. Lester g Burpee recording Secretary airs. Charles waterhouse financial Secretary. Mrs. Charles Snook treasurer. h. Shunn business Secretary. Mia. John h. Mckay corresponding Secretary. Miss Margaret Taylor membership committee. Mrs. Xor Raan Ellis. Mra. F. A. Leach mrs a. S. Burchard mrs. Robert Stratton. Mrs. Charles Taylor whether stimulated by the thrilling Beauty of the landscape Garden Long at the exposition and movement to adorn the cities with Flowers and delightful plans or whether it is simply an expression of interest in Plant life and Blos soms two different organizations this month Are devoting meetings to consideration of Flowers. One is the Home club where a display of unusual blooms especially tulips has been announced As air after luncheon attraction. The other is the Hillside club exhibition made up of lie on sunday afternoon. Monday even specimens from Berkeley gardens. The latter is an annual event out this year is planning a picturesque and interesting next to Flowers and War William j Shakespeare it the Man of the hour at the clubs. Affair to raise funds for its Good mrs. William Thornton White is chair Man of a. Committee the details in charge. Miss Matilda Brown presi Dent of the society us also taking an Active interest in the preparations and or. Frank havens has donated the use of the Park for the Day. The Broad Launs and avenues will be filled with a Gay crowd and the affair will be like a big Garden party at which society will gather. Birthday Surprise. An usually pretty luncheon was Given As a birthday Surprise for mrs. Carson ans re by members the la Dies auxiliary of the state pharmaceutical society of which she is president on thursday afternoon. It took place at the Home of one of the hostesses who included. Mrs. Charles Robertson mrs. H. L. Osgood. And mrs. Grace Robertson. Decorations were of Pink and White peas and place cards were hand Trutt a tort Hillside Floral show. Picturesque and of decided interest to Berkeley with its hundreds of aesthetic Amateur gardeners will be the Floral show held by the Hillside club during april is and 19. In conformance with the an Nual custom. The exhibitions Are de signed to encourage the Twat inaction of the Yard and the development of unusual Flowers Ana Are gathered from the Gar Dens of members and friends so that it is quite a non professional occasion. Or. A d Lockwood. Who has charge of the affair. Is being assisted by a. Large and zealous committee which includes Man Well known citizens of the College town. Among them Are mrs. Jav Dpi Frins. Mrs. John Grecory. Mrs. Frank Severio. Mrs w. J. Mortimor. Or. Clara Williams or. Henry w. Taylor Charles f. Quick Reuben Underhill Al Len c. Wright George Baxter Arthur Bolton or. A. M. Carpenter m. J. Doyle the clubhouse will be open to the pub entertain and a program will be Given. Mont High school English department readings from hoary a and the Tam ing of the she a % by mrs. H. M. Hast Ings solos a if music be the food of love Cliftons. And b hark hark the Lark mrs. Farley. Mrs. G g. Dreyfus will accompany mis. Farley at tiie piano. The hostesses will the members of the Board. Mrs. J. C. Scupham. Shakespeare at Ebell. One of the largest club affairs of the week will be the Ebel afternoon Nix mrs. J. It. Scup Sib mrs. J. P. Ames mrs. J. A. Becl with hot Ella bul Locc w. 3f. Banker inf j. S Burpee mrs. C. W. Kinsey mrs. Alfred Kuntner mrs. H. Kuntze mrs. Hertert land mrs. Walter mrs. T. B. Mcc Nsncy Orria d Miller mrs. Al f. Calms i miss Julia Coler i mrs. T. C. Coo by readings Ana set to in. Sic will be the i miss Augusta Clow Motif of the Day. Or j. R. Scupham the curator of the shakespearean Stu . Will be the presiding hostess and together with the members of her Section. Will Wear the costume of the elizabethan Era. The Praia arranged wiil include Meta solos a or nebs Ith his Lute Carl p. N. B who is Sung by mrs. Ernest Raymond Farley a talk on a modern Mea Stratford on by a Emily Zene Craig of the fre mrs. L. F. Cockroft j. W. E. C. Morrison a. K. Hudson mrs. F. B. Rosilen mrs a. L. Parcells a. J. Patterson mrs. A. C. Poser George Pora Eroy mrs. Easter Brookrs. E. D. Reynolds Chas rows mrs. G. I m. Shaw Albert Smith Ticu Smith b j. Smith mrs. J. B. Phoebe Smith g. If. Stolp the to Orchard tra Van Sirte k. A. Whf Uker Taylor mrs. D. T. Curtis mrs. J. E. Diven a. Delson mrs. M. J. Eric Koa Gnu Earl Arlesta Scott. Miss Leah Chapman miss past week and a number of Oakland Helen roller. Miss Oinita Olsen miss visitors have been sojourning at the to Estelle Ball. Miss Frances re Mai. Miss j Tel Santa Isabel in Santa Clara county. Catherine Simpson. Miss Georgema Moy-1 or. Herbert Moffett with or. Terry of Nihan. Miss Ethal Ball. Miss Vivian san Francisco. a guest at the to Grady. Miss male , miss Tel. From Oakland were. Miss Heza painted Angels at the close of Lun j shuttle. Miss Elsie Heder Lee and miss Beth Mcburney. Or. To. W. In in. Miss Lavt j. M. Grayjr mrs. A. H. J. N. Llama Farier g of i. Karah mix i r. F. M sits. N. W. Keat Iloilo Hunter cd map. E. D. Yorker Cheon the dining room was darkened and Burton. A birthday cake was brought in. With a. Messes. De Judson. Hutchin question Mark in lighted candles adorn 1 son Jarnes blood. Thomas Graves. How ing it in place of the usual Cluster of Hogan. Carlton wines. Joe Simpson. Candles to represent the number of birth Days. Later mrs. H. L. Osgood presented the guest of Honor with a. Gold Man Ogra Mcd cup and Saucer from the club. Mrs. Angel Sang several selections As did mrs. Mattes during the afternoon. Dance in Berkeley. A Jolly dance was Given by members of the twentieth Century club at the club s Hall in Berkeley wednesday even ing. It was the first of a series of in formal parties planned for the season and among the Patr Nesses Are. Mrs. G. H. Perkins. Mrs. James Taylor and mrs. M. F. Quinn. Those present wednes Dav evening included. Miss Lilly Taylor miss May Quinn. Miss Helen Quinn. Miss Clara Lathi son. Miss Edna Mathison. Miss Flora Girr Broni. Miss Helen Cushman. Miss Lin. Blatt. Miss Margaret Perkins. Miss Anna Loftus. Miss came Silva miss Ruth Mccrimmons. Messes. Lee Hill. Harold Jones. Ted Rickard. Harry Seid Enburg. Mark Frank Paulson. Ralph Westlock Herman Parrot John Quinn. Waller roman Harold Herrick. And William Linblade. O o honeymoon in South. Or. And mrs. B. F. Wulff who were married at St. Francis de sales Chorb j on easter sunday Are spending a Hon e Moon in Southern California. On their return they will establish their in san Francisco. The Bride was May Butterfield of Oakland Niece of Captain and mrs. C. 3. At whose Home in Twenty first Street she has resided. The wedding was a Small one with Only relatives present. The Bride wore a travelling suit of Blue cloth with a White Straw hat trimmed with be i Ruth Owen miss Lola Pennoyer. Miss Myrtle Cooper. Mrs. Cooper. Or. And mrs. Milton Schonberg messes. W. F. Eugene Barr. Elton Jefferies Edward Jensen. Edward Fuller. Frank Engensperger Joe Engensperger. Alden Gar Geant Guy Calden. Elmer Potts. Hall. Kenneth Chapman. Frank coals Ley Douglas Grady Graham to Ianird. Arthur Melberg. Sterling Padan. Walter Anderson. Frank Andrews. Lawrence Mcafee Warren Johnson Guy Putnam. Harley Carter. Wilber Finch. Harold Moose. Albert Ebbeson. Fred Mau. Law rence rewerts Harold Swift and Sam Uel Martin. O o married last evening. Miss Jessie Milne daughter of mrs. From Berkeley were. Or. W. T. Pid Well. Miss Varinna and miss Rena pid Weil and or. L. H. Stone. Issue new platform. Two institutions. Municipal employ ment bureaus and municipal or Morris we guarantee our prices on All merchandise to be As Low or lower than any other House in Oakland flan offices Are Nam cd 01. Tho of the child s welfare league for 1s15-i6 As objects to be promoted Byj the members the remainder of the Tif j icon in rat be i 1. A new Hijra school Buim visited Livermore. Inc. 2 Comfort stations 3. Is mrs. John Mckay and her sister-in-1 to abolishment of infant welfare stations Law. Miss Harriet Mckay were guests .5. Penal farms for -5. Last week of the former s Mother. Mrs. R. A. Winegar in tour ours Gaie Assembly. Merr hers of la Tonj ours Gale my a dance Friday evening at the club where a number they have arrived the suits you have waited for Superb stylish Beauty and practicability. Exquisite in style remarkable in value sure to please those who Are fashionable and economical. Home Catherine Milne of Oakland and or. In moved the occasion Walter Wood Watro quietly married at Nettee of arrangements the key route inn last evening. Rev. Studley. Gonion enforcement of Eil sting Laws to protect the health and morals of children 6. Co into near the Center of popu j lation persistent warfare against Tho liquor traffic s. Compulsory care of de j All Jersey Jersey top a particular Petticoat for particular women Jiust fitted top in newest summer shades. Re 1 1 i curl i _ 5 and the meeting was a source of pleasure to both. The Baroness uru was most Charm ing and indeed it is pleasure to Lis ten to tha perfect English used by Many of the foreign women a Leader among whom is the Baroness. I o Cov Xterm vat yet of Damon fable. The world May expect much from Good comradeship developed among women in these exposition the Root was planted Long by the Flower of. Companion ship based on understanding and is Rise. _ and earned a about to Bloom. I service. Afterwards a wedding the social courtesies extended for a dozen guests at the Brugiere residence women to each other Are Many. In or. Docx Speed performed the ceremony i in yes. Rue. If was witnessed by relatives and ajl Xland Mcauoy. Walter co eth and i t is. The Johns Chinle j Steward Johnso n y miss Florence Vicol 75 few intimate friends were attended b and sir. Albert Wood brother of the Groom. Following a wedding supper or. And mrs Wood left for a Honey Moon trip to los Angeles. Ther will Reid in Berkeley on their return. The has Many friends on both sides of the Bay. Or. Wood is a son of mrs. G. W. Olcsan of Lake Chabot t in the South. Mrs. Wiliard mile will return this week from California where she 1-As spent a month with fiends. Most of her turn a Wco Iti where sue has Mutli Nica Crowley in saturday of j j the included or. Mana o Conneil. Misac iry. J Toomey. Mhz Mason i Hanson. Miss Dorothy Ida crowly. . I ire Secretary or dance in Piedmont. Fact women of the smart set Are nov and mar that they have two or three j engagements for each Day. The to j Omega Kapp i Sierra sorority in mow men of. All the foreign commissions i trav Hall. Ire arraying receptions for the woman s Board. The swedish women entertained in the swedish Pavilion fruit blossoms and about Young people were present among them. Miss Neil meclhlar., miss Dorothy de Toung. Miss Dorothy Miller. Miss Avida Horre. Irene Lamping. Misa mar o o o Seminole clu3 party. A and or of from i of Mino " it har ire miss j non Street la in of Lowers Hub the Dative 1 or j Van Antwerp won prize it and As follows. C. L. Bohn. A Saj treasurer. Mrs. C. Audi ors. Or. 3. Hand and mrs. Luck or cultic Ard i Secretary. 3irs p. J financial "ccret.iry. Miss the Ritsa of the c. W. C. T 1 Wco l of the f a Jennie .t.s. Mrs Peter r. J a. To m. K. Or i in score. Arn no favors for the or. And or. H p were miss Effy Dot. M is Mildrr-1 or and a ii in or Ami i a cuff discs miss Wilhelmina a. Miss i Eugene Var. Antwerp. Parm a i school Mot Fri Luo mrs a. Bessie Howdon miss a miss trip. Mips Man a jct. Miss i Anna miss fsr miss j Miliano. Miss the Wirshba for. J Ruth Hobrook. Mim a Mccarg in. I Alma Rake. Manor. N Alfred j. Eddy. C tames key Caiar. Felton Maillol z Mccargar. .1 j f. Fan. Or e. .1. Howard. In in. School j. W. Feil Talon of Moh i a very Happy Way on their guests being the Mem 7-Obb if Etc Dempsey. Miss Lillian Friday i miss Theima my Lew my vis1ting Oakland. Mac . On of Rockton in St of Cousin for Orrl Alta . Important m of Alta . Adeline of the Wonan a Board and others. The tap Ine e women the hos Jester Day and these same Jap pc wort miss Zafft o Sec we let. Kii Mimi tride Lender. Fatima Mac ten. Tafton of a in Hazel j k Oakland r. P. Ii k a Ryin the annual club will o. To e h. Gites. C. W. Jaus of Rhu offices he Intro f. Bradkin j n in o o 1 t give picnic. At Santa Ysabel. Us Pirir Joyed Toisy h c to Ripul i1 will millinery values extraordinary every trimmed hat now at special prices for style and Low prices no Mil Linery event of former years compares with these splendid values. See them in windows. A.95 so Veribest lingerie Waist such Quality such style and at such a Low Price that if you see Lishem you will never consider any other. See them in our windows priced at one Dollar. Open a charge account to be settled in weekly or monthly to suit your convenience with extra charge for credit off for Cash Ontra in toe dance to be give. The Lasi of april. Mil i in 5 us. 13th i 14thf a

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