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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 24, 1939, Oakland, California
Oakland Tribune monday april 24, 1939 in us betrothal at Tea Here . Senior tells news with scrolls by Suzette mrs l. A. Titus entertained sat urday afternoon at Tea at her Home to announce the engagement of her daughter Laura to or. F. Mar tin Hilby of St. Louis to. Assisting the hostess and her daughter in receiving were mrs. F. B. Hilby Mother of the Benedict elect miss do ctr his sister iss Katherine Titus sister of the Bride mrs. C. L. Hampton and mrs. Herbert foot presided at the Tea table and were assisted by a group of College friends of the Bride elect in serving. These include ? a Rosemary Langheldt Margaret Tae Ger Jeanne Bennett the engagement was announced with the presentation by miss Eugenia Fullen of miniature White Parchment scrolls engraved with the names of the couple. Miss Titus is in her senior year at the University of California. She is vice president of the associated Stu dents and a member of pry Taneman and mortar Board Honor societies. Or. Hilby is a son of or. And mrs. 7. B. Hilby of Sacramento and was graduated from the univer sity of California with the class of 36. He was manager of the Pelican humorous Magazine at the univer sity and a member of Beta Gamma Sigma Commerce Scholastic Honor society. The wedding will take place in the fall s. C. Girl to wed football Star cards have been received which reveal the forthcoming marriage in july of miss Patricia Mcclure and or. Allen Nichelini. Miss Mcclure is the daughter of or. And mrs. Ernest Mcclure of Santa Ana. She is a graduate of the University of Southern califor Nia where she was affiliated with the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She is now teaching at the Gross Mont High school at la Mesa near san Diego. Or. Nichelini is the son of mrs. Catherine and the late Anton Niche Lini of St. Helena California. He is a graduate of St. Mary s College where he was prominent As a foot Ball Star. He met miss Mcclure while he was taking a postgraduate work at the University of Southern California. Formal announcement of the engagement was made on april 6, at a smartly appointed Tea for Over 100 College friends and relatives Given by miss Mcclure s Mother in the Crystal room of the Villa Riviera hotel in Long Beach. Among those attending was miss Inez Nichelini Oakland sister of the Groom to be and who is to be miss Mcclure s maid of Honor mrs. William scar Borough a sorority sister will be Matron of Honor. Mrs. Andrew hostess mrs. Archibald Andrew will entertain at luncheon tomorrow at her Home in Piedmont or. And mrs. Andrew have been Home but a Short time from a world cruise arriving via the Orient. R federation plans drive for peace Resolution prepared for convention Here on May 3 by Alice Ryan Rood club women will be called upon to take a stand against participation j in another War in a Resolution to be presented when the California federation of women s clubs opens its 38th annual convention Here May 3. The Resolution will be introduced by the Northern District one of the six club districts participating in the state conclave. The Northern distil i Iuo a Urier will urge that Congress appropriate adequate funds immediately for the u. S. Forest service for maximum Protection during the summer months and that the state Legisla Ture provide larger appropriations for to participate in play Reading Catholic ladies Aid w it nicome Leader a reception for grand president a. S. Dunlap will be held by Catholic ladies Aid society Branch 50, St. Augustine s Parish at the women s City club next tuesday afternoon. A luncheon at will precede the reception. Mrs. I. W. Button is chairman assisted by mrs. E. J. Grover presi Dent mesdames a. Macy William Hoffman p. Robson and j. Roberts. On the program will be Madam Aurora Marin accompanied by her son Alexander. The younger set danced in Coconut Grove a picturesque Island setting arranged for the saturday night dance at the Piedmont Community Center where the Piedmont Junior Assembly met. Two of the group attending the series of parties this year were miss Joan von Hacht and h. R. Craig of staff photos. Junior group show horses i at Piedmont brought from ends season Philippines is California federation chairman of resolutions mrs. Duncan Stewart Robinson will be presiding officer at the convention which will bring together Hundred delegates. Head quarters will be at the hotel Oak land with programs to be Given at the scottish rite auditorium facing Lake Merritt. Mrs George Rig . Vice president is general chairman of the convention. Saidie Orr Dunbar Portland Ore gon. President of the general federation will be a featured speaker on May 5, final Day of the Confer ence. Co author to speak on doctor s life Frances Russell who assisted or. Anne Walter team in editing her autobiography my Days of one of the new books of Spring will speak tomorrow after noon at a luncheon meeting of the readable books Section of the twentieth Century club. Or. Fearn was to be at the lunch Eon but is unable to attend because of illness. Miss Russell will Tell of some of the highlights of the woman physician s life More than 40 years of which was spent in China Delphian chapter meets tomorrow auxiliary unit to read recent play county dented group to meet Friday at athletic club eight of the members under direction of mrs. Edwin Pond James will give the Reading of a recent play at the next meeting of women s auxiliary to the county dental society to be held Friday at the women s athletic club. Luncheon will be served at pin. To Louse taking part in the play Are mrs. Arthur g. Clarke mrs Russell Clinkenbeard mrs. S. B. Fontaine mrs. H. W. O Grady mrs. Richard Railsback. Mrs. C. M. Setzer mrs. H. C. Betray and mrs. Leroy Wol Lott Reading of a current dramatic Success will be the program feature at a meeting of the women s auxiliary to the Alameda county denial society next Friday at the women s athletic club. Among members taking part will be left to right mrs. H. W. O Grady mrs. Leroy o. Wolcott and mrs. Russell Clinkenbeard. The Reading will be Given under direction of mrs. Edwin Pond photo. Student marriage surprises friends issuance of a marriage License in Reno nev., yesterday to a1 v i n Davis. 19. Merritt business school student and Muriel Painter 17, Cas Tern ont High school student came As a Surprise to their families Here. Davis is the son of f. C. Davis Southern Pacific company employee of 8345 Iris Street. Miss Painter the daughter of or. And mrs. Ernest Painter of 1736 96th Avenue Oakland. The principals could not be reached both injured in a traffic Accident last december when Davis sex Hanford Folk to hold reunion prior to their annual Home apparently in Luna asleep at the Piedmont Community Center was transformed into a miniature Coco nut Grove setting saturday night for the dance which the members of the Piedmont Junior Assembly held closing their town season miss Nadine Jackson daughter of the Henry e. Jacksons of Wildwood gardens entertained 40 of the to Uncur it her Home during the evening at a Buffet supper. Among those who attended were the misses belly Mccann. Mann Reagor. Sue Roth. Louise Stephens. Jacqueline Weyand Nancy Witter Janet Amman Marie Frodge. Vir Ginia Crichton Beverly caws Natalie Doe. Patsy Tigerton Ruth Denton. Barbara Gimbal Marion Graham Nancy Hubbard Jane Ann Bob Atkinson. Bill Hockins. Gran Ville Abbott. Bill bakery Ted her Bert Ronald Johnston. Scott Foser Robert Ling. Hale Luff. Dudley Watson. Vernon Scott Harvey me-1 j j c gee. Allen Perkins. Ronny cd Pink Ned. I j. Paul Roomer Elliott Rcinnar-1, da-1 Vid Trimble Donald Stokes. Joe Van Cleave and Edward Stearns. Bringing her two show horses flying chief and rhythm girl which she purchased from the role stables two years ago and took to the Philippines mrs. L. Dean Lockwood arrived in los Angeles last week on the Majolica of the Silver line and will bring the horses to san Francisco wednesday to exhibit them at the Golden Gate International exposition on treas ure Island. Mrs. Lockwood was not accompanied by her husband this trip. She will spend two months Here As the rust of her sister mrs. Peter Grimes of Piedmont who will enter Tain in her Honor. Newlyweds cause Alpha i chapter of the National v Heel Delphian society will hold its regu pole it East fourteenth Street and Jar Rorr tins tomorrow at 10 am. 62nd at the Berkeley women s cite club under the supervision of John f. Murphy there will be a Een pral discussion on the subject. The French revolution and its sequel Short talks will be riven by miss Evan Jeline pc lev mrs a Ling mrs. L. C. Kingman. Mrs. Laurentian , to hear brother Leo the weal of Complete living will be the theme of brother Leo lecturing next wednesday evening or. Lehman to be forum lecturer a lecture which had to be postponed in january because of illness is to be Given by professor Benja min h. Lehman before the Oakland forum next thursday evening and or. Lehman who is a frequent speaker at the forum will be greeted by a group of sponsors under j Corning and Pioneer Days Cerebra pie site a snort business meet ing. Election of officers will place. Arrangements will be Dis cussed for the May meeting which will be a luncheon and Bridge. Officers will also be installed. Guests Are being invited to attend the april meeting reservations Are being made with mrs g. H. Ten Vil Liger Ligate 4442. Author to review Book on indians tomorrow at the College women s club in Berkeley members of the current non fiction Section and their guests will hear the noted author mrs. Dane Coolidge review the last of the the latest of a series of books on indians. This Book was written by mrs. Coolidge and her husband. Dane Coolidge after they had spent a Winter camped alongside the Indian Brush Village on the Sand dunes of Kino Bay. Mrs. Coolidge will be presented coming trip to Kings county More a 0. Murphy chairman than 200 former Hanford residents Section she is a charter Mem will hold their yearly get together dinner saturday at . In the Palace hotel san Francisco it was announced today by Herbert l. Lands san Francisco chairman of the committee in charge. The dinner first held in 1935, is staged so that former Hanford Resi j dents May once again renew old a i quam Tances. It is part of the ob-1 Servance of Kings county Home her of the College women s club which makes her appearance doubly anticipated it is pointed out. The chairs Rishi of or. And mrs. A Provo into a Edwin t. Cooper. Or. Lehman is to speak on the plays and personalities of the new York theater season and he will be heard at 8 o clock in the Oakland City club theater thursday eve Ning. He plans to discuss not Only the outstanding plays of the current season but of the actors who have made personal triumphs or. And mrs. Cooper have invited to Heip them messes and mesdames or i kit till Liviu Fujiu Kraut mrs. E. B. Lion. Mis. C j. J before the Lawentman Institute no. Prank m. Avery. A. V. Bayley Don ? t i t _ j. To 4i.nl _ _ _1 _ Lunsford. Mrs. M. J. Morse. Mrs Charles Moore. J. I Osborne mrs. Calvin b Pyttee. Mrs. R r Street. Rien mrs. E. N. Shaver. Mrs j Swearingen and mrs. Clarence i chairman assisted by Edith Smith Smith. 70. Young ladies Institute at the j a Breed Albert s. Colton Carl Wom is City club. 1428 Alice Isle c Crosby Frank Dietz John Paul Edwards George m. Frost e. H. Herbert Douglas m. Jackson Helen Burke is medieval towns topic of Delphi ans medieval towns decay of the mayoral will be the topic Mae Flynn. Edna Jorgensen Kath Freeman. Beatrice Rodriguez Mayme Butler Patricia Pendeville Genc Vieve Tii Eiser Braun. Lawrence Teresa Schmitt Nolly Connolly. Maude Carr. E e Opic at a meeting of Kappa i chapter of Mcosker Dorothy Carr and by society tomorrow at the hold Lakehurst a 10 am. Rainbow plan c. B. Folly Albert g. Quintal. E t. Cloud. B. S love c. A. Borne and l. T. Bradshaw. Contrasts air v Henry James Albert e. Jurs. Robert w. Macdonald f. J. Meley Percy f. Morris Carter Norris Robert l. Platt. Stuart l. Rawlings. Lester s. Ready and Jeffress m. Rodwell. Review set mothers whist party dance a whim party and dance will be the University of California mothers club will have final Book review meeting of the semes Ter wednesday at the twentieth Century club. Mrs. B. F. Snyder will review one of the series of River books mrs. E. E 5-5 a special Tiam will take local residents to the Cele Bratiotis City children held better physically Cambridge. Mass., april you vant to live in the country Lydia Tarrant Extension service nutritionist of the University of Vermont told the new England health education Institute today that a National Survey among Mil Lions of children showed the aver i age number of physically defective children was greater among those in the country than those in cities. Municipal workers map Outing plans Emeryville. April 24. Com Mittee chairmen for the Emeryville City employee association s fourth annual picnic were announced to Day As follows Frank Farina refreshments James Mcguire food George Davis games John Nagel publicity and Sherwood Ashbrook. Presented by mesdames a Lester Peters. G w Paquotte. J s Walker j e. Gordon Fletcher. Edward per i cell s. J. Zinno and s. R. Boumann 1 tomorrow s club Calendar Delphian society Kappa i Jno. I. I look review chairman is scheduled i August 6 at la Honda bowl san Townsend notes current events will be discussed tomorrow night by members of Berkeley Townsend club no. 1, in the South Berkeley Library Wool sey and Grove streets. Berkeley Townsend club. No. 4, will sponsor its monthly whist party i _ t v. J 4 tomorrow night at 2419 haste Street. Penzes arc to by awarded to contest Alameda k. Of c. To join in picnic Alameda. April 24. Knights of Columbus will join in the District picnic to be held at Linda Vista Park Mission san Jose sunday May 7, it was announced to Day by Vincent Sneeringer. Member a committee in charge of the event. An elaborate program be ginning with softball championship games in the morning followed by Washington april 24. Up marriages deferred because of the depression Are believed by the Home loan Bank Board to be Caus ing a housing shortage. The number of american families is increasing at a faster rate than the population or. William h. Hus band member of the Board said today. Estimates indicate that non farm families Are currently increasing at and on Armstrong. The dance Given for Rainbow Girk pm members of the order of is under the supervision of Janet Harrison. The rate of per he said j Able books Section 53.30 Mittoo 41. For the year 1938, the department of labor estimates that 347.000 new housing units were provided As compared with 296.000 in 1937." the Gam in families lie said has .-._-. Gam in Lampies ii Saia Nas foot races dancing and swimming been caused both b marriages contests is announced for the some i an entertainment program will be Given by Clay Townsend club no. 16, tomorrow night in scots Hall 529 12th Street the program is open to the Public free of charge. Townsend bulletins will be read at tomorrow night s business meet ing of Piedmont Townsend club no. 25, at 4029 Howe Street. Current events will be discussed after the business meeting. Good Hope Townsend club no. 43, will sponsor a whist party wednesday night at 2205 Brush Street. A Why fear motherhood expectant who Are Pale _ Tycak or whose Stone chs Are easily upset will be helped by or. Pierce i favorite prescription. N. 531 no. 2nd St., cal., before nth tint Babr i pile a Jenright hid of a Recti to aft to War Youmg irritated us me ind in tto Rotch Ras 10 i hardly to solid food. From the time i t a Erroa and hid Toj ton we ask year Drewitt it to or Tkv tin fete. Inc us 11.35. Winners. Mrs. Camp to Tell of trip to Orient Berkeley april e. L. Camp will speak on a foreigner s visit to the Orient at the monthly meeting of the woman s auxiliary of North Brae Community Church at the Church tomorrow noon. Luncheon will to served at o clock. There will be a program of music. Easy shoe shines which were deferred because of earlier unfavourable economic conditions and also More naturally by the changing age distribution of our it s rented one of the seven want and readers railed to rent the furnished 5-room Home advertised at 2763 79th Avenue now occupied the Home. The other six still looking. Chapter. Hotel Lakehurst. 10 a a j Dreson Cora Russell Yvonne Alpha i chapter Berkeley worn Crump. Sally Camion Ruth Krausen s City club. 10 . Wildwood mothers ing 2 . Athene pick j Ridge women s club. 8pm. Cunningham Chap veterans memorial building 2 . Berkeley so Optimist club luncheon. Pm. Twentieth Century Harvard. April doily Robi i on toddy the Tenny St. Francis de sales mothers club son Parent teacher association she party 2 pm i succeeded mis Margaret Young As Oakland so Optimist at in cent installation Cere order if the Rainbow for girls at to chronicle books providing inter j Pablo. Brooklyn masonic Temple. Wednes est material for summer Reading Day evening. Whist will begin at 8 and dancing at 9 o clock. Laurene Garym is in charge of the card session assisted by Frances Furlong Ruth Dorothy an Tennyson . Installs at Hayward whist party set by mothers club an afternoon whist party will be Given by St. Francis de sales mothers club tomorrow at 2 . In the school Library. Mrs. John Becker chairman is being assisted in arrangements by mrs. Harry Dean mrs. Jack Wilson mrs. Raymond Ahern. Mrs. Charles Beck mrs. Thomas o Connell. Mrs. David Reardon mrs. George Moody mrs. Frances Boivin. Mrs. Lycia Bannon. Mrs. C. Lorigan mrs. John Prat mrs. James Doyle and others. Help relieve externally caused pimples Black Heads. Buy at druggists each. For free Sample write Cuti Cura dept. 14, Maiden mass. Holiday 2 week sightless Day Tours All san front dict it Tom tourist Sleeper it Uitz and Wurn. Is m stil from Vancouver convenient connections from Seattle and Victoria for a nine Day cruise on a luxurious Canadian Ticic Limiti in chanting alaskan ports in the mysterious the famous sheltered inside passage optional Side trip to the Interior of Alaska Down the Scenic ass Taku to famous Ben my Chree additional. Go in late Spring. Enjoy the full glory of the Midnight Sun. See tour Tzirel agent or ctn Diin 152 St. Fri Cuco. Telephone Surrey 1585. Meeting Oakland women s City club. 6 College women s t non fiction Section. 10.15 am. I Rock Ridge women s rent events. 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