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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Oakland, California Go Scaldine aunt Lesil Anglo Patri All society happenings activities of women miss Cla Sinius to become Bride at late morning nuptial rite miss Florence Schmidt who revealed her betrothal to or Walter Fink at a Tea for a Hundred guests saturday afternoon at the women City Forrest porn rail a late morning wedding next saturday july 37 has been planned by miss Maxine Cla Sinius who will wed or Jack Richter at an informal service to be read in Christ episcopal Church miss Cla Sinius is the daughter of or Max Cla Sinius of grand Street Alameda and was a member of Phi my sorority at the univer sity of California or Richter is the son of or and mrs Clarence Richter of Fern bide Alameda he and his Bride will make their Home in the Arcinal City following their marriage Only the closest friends and relatives of the Young couple will at tend the nuptial service saturday morning which will be followed by a reception for Only the most immediate members of the two families mrs h c Snead or will be the Matron of Honor and Only attend ant to her sister at the wedding and or Clifford Richter will be his Brothers Best Man or Cla Sinius will give his daughter in marriage several informal affairs Are being Given this week for the betrothed couple among them a Bridge Tea honouring miss Cla Sinius on wednesday mrs Alfred Christopher reed1 or the your be the hostess and has asked a group of the More intimate friends of the Bride elect to meet her at her attractive new Home in Claremont Pines notes received last weekend from or and mrs Lorace Heidt told of their plans to leave Denver at that time for Omaha or Heidt and the members of his orchestra left the Bay Region earlier in the season on an Eastern tour on which mrs Heidt joined them several weeks ago mrs Heidt will return the Early fall to and will visit for a Short time with her Mother before returning East to again join her husband Sacramento wedding of interest to Bay society occurs there on saturday Bay society manifested interest in the marriage of miss Helen Clay Pope of Sacramento and or Frederick Worthen Bradley or which took place saturday evening at the Pope Home on Portola Way in Sec Ramento a Largo number having motored to the state capital for the event the nuptial service read in the gardens of the Pope Home was per formed by or Kirk Guthrie of san Francisco the Bride was Given in marriage by her father Samuel 15 Pope of Sacramento her gown was a Paris Model of White Point Esprit Over a foun Dation of White Satin designed with the close fitting bodice and Long and bouffant skirt her veil of tulle edged to Rose Point was held with tiny bands of the Orange blossoms and she carried a Shower bouquet of lilies of the Valley and Gardenias the maid of Honor at the wedding was miss cd Nina Brescia of san Francisco who was gowned in Pale yellow Point Esprit Over a foun Dation of yellow Satin and her Floral bouquet was in Tho varying shades of summer Flowers other attendants upon the Bride were mrs Frank Waldron miss Marion Garrettson of Berkeley miss Dorothy cd Burn of san fran Cisco and Misa Marcia Hudnutt of Sacramento they were gowned alike in Green Point Esprit and carried yellow Flowers the Bride is the daughter of or and mrs Samuel e Pope of Sac Ramento Robert and John Pope Are her Brothers Sho was graduated from the University of California class of 28 and is a Kappa Alpha Theta sorority member she has been extensively entertained Here As Well As in her Home City her husband is the eldest son of or and mrs Frederick w Brad Ley of san Francisco and is a brother of James Sowell and John Brad Ley he too is a graduate of the University of California and a Kappa 6igma fraternity Man he is a grandson of mrs James f Parks or James Parks Bradley was the Best Man for his brother and the Ushers were messes John Parks Davis Wallace i Terry or John Davis Bradley and Adolph Meyer of san Francisco guests at the St George Mission inn Over the weekend were mrs e b Branske mrs r l Mosher and or and mrs a bucker mrs Barbara Nachtrieb Armstrong and her Little daughter Are at Tahoe Meadows for the summer mrs Armstrong is one of the Well known members of the Law faculty of the University of California mrs a r Dabney and Misa Clara Dabney of Oakland Are visiting in Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies As guests at the Jasper Park Lodge on Lake Beauvery East Bay Folk sail aboard s s Sierra for Honolulu and australian tour a number of East Bay Folk were passengers aboard the s Sierra sailing from san Francisco thursday noon bound for Honolulu Pago Pago Suva and Sydney among them were mrs Marie Chapdelaine c b Parkinson mrs Emma Siegfried the misses Yvonne Jeannette and Carmel Siegfried All of Oakland miss Lorene Smelser of Berkeley mrs t r Waters of joining the boat at Pago will be William w Cuthbert of Oakland and at Sydney mrs Anna g Peterson and miss Jeanette Peterson of Berkeley miss Mabel Fuller entertained a Small group of friends recently when she honoured miss Aurel Ulersee who has recently come to Oakland to make her Home among those asked to meet miss Piersee were miss Ruth m Dodge English editor of the japanese american weekly and mrs Edith d Wilson who entertained the guests with the Reading of two Short stories for their criticism before forwarding them to the publishers Ulersee is now editor of the pier Monter a local Magazine and came to California from Topeka and Kansas City where her writ Ings Are known under the name of Aurell l Piersee and Denny Cooper first of summer Tea dances will be Given in new Garden room at hotel Del Monte so optimists were organized Here woman comment ii education for the new world Wafi the theme of tha r Tatj ii National education association at its Atlanta meeting the great need of education its leaders said is to anticipate the changes that Are going to occur and prepare the youth of America for them it is a refreshing How Are you going to carry it out schools have always struggled under that Handicap by Marie Al Welt onions the so Optimist club of Oakland forerunner of the International so Optimist movement which leads to a conference in London to in thu next generation but school next year was organized in the month of May in 1921 when a Small ii Doi Iio in i i group of business and professional women met in hotel Oakland to hoards and the people who elect them lived ill uie last Genera consider an organization which in composition and purpose would emulate the service clubs of men Sor optimism in its inception units very name has taken a its foundation Stone the Wisdom of the ancients declared Helen m Gamble executive Secretary of the club and one of its organizers who today told the Story during Tho last eight years the Alameda county so Optimist club As it was first named was the first of its kind to a organized in the world eighty one women representing As Many classifications of Busi Ness and professions pledged themselves to promote the spirit of service and to increase the efficiency of each other broadening the interests in the social business and civic affairs of the Community through an association representing diverse vacations and from thl3 Small beginning has come the International federation of so Optimist clubs the idea of a club of this kind was first suggested by an Oakland business woman mrs Adelaide Goddard and tha Rounder signed the first members on Juna 1 1921 mrs Ella h Taylor and mrs Lydia h Payne her associate Cassia c Moreland joined lion so we have persistently trained the future to meet the needs of the past whatever education we had or should have had we impose honour children and if some teacher timidly suggests that learning How to harness a horse is not the Hest Way to educate Young careless and chauffeurs we throw him out As a faddish once More modern life Calls on human nature for some thing that is not there governor Young has issued an Appeal to motorists to be careful of Chil Dren now out of school and num Eros sly playing in the streets it is the Drivers responsibility the governor rightly to be on tha Lookout for children naturally thoughtless the warning is timely and Val liable sensible people will heed it Home might have overlooked it will thus have their attention called to the need of greater luring the vacation season but it is not sensible people usually who not n 1 i mrs Violet Richardson the Day and from that time on until the charter closed on the last Day of september 1321 a very definite interest was taken by those business and professional women who stand out Clef in the Community As representative women in their chosen calling first Board of directors chosen from charter members Secretary still serves in Post the first Board of directors chosen from these 81 charter members were miss Violet Richardson president mrs sue l Ballard vice president mrs Helen m Gamble executive Secretary an office she suppose we try it out on our selves and tee just How ready we Are to accept new ideas Ashen we Wero Young work was is pc Pic who never Tho principal thing most adults Are naturally careless and had to do and was therefore what the children should learn but Tho children now in school Are going to live in an age when Leisure not labor fills most of the hours of life shall the schools make it their business to teach tha Chil Dren to play Reading and writ ing Are going to become less important and spelling and arithmetic Ono importance at All except to a few specialists shall we Rele Gate the three is to a Back seat International understanding thoughtless like the children themselves you can select people for particular jobs school teachers or traffic cops but you cannot make the whole people sensible and it is the whole people these Days that drive cars that is the reason some one Haa said that it takes More capacity than it did to be mayor of Boston twp Hundred years ago Bijj q 0 i j necessary International institution but it rests also on the Assumption that is Are honorable now two of them one in san Francisco portent than those of property if Legal remedy in the other there Tho Constitution of the United apparently is not either Way if states survives it will be by Rea nations cannot appoint the sort of son of its Radical rather than of agents who will not smuggle dope and mrs Adelaide e Goddard in january 1923 the election resulted in naming Nard president with mrs Nellie m Drake vice president to so u Wili it s gushing treasurer and two new officers Gladys a Leggett Corre pkg conservative features shall we the doctrine of diplomatic immune spending Secretary and thu Minnette Perkins auditor four new u immune directors were elected for threw term or Paulino Nusbaumer Ivet tie May Miller Anna f Glover and Emily d wll Uio each year a new have prepared our pupils set Troffle Ewere chosen As the Constitution drawn up Dino Tor generation in which they Mit any officer to succeed in the Case of the exe Moir v e Aon t 113iivn t in of t ors teach these heresies we will be Ity May get badly fractured and fired if we and Weill not that would be a pity since it is essential for the Are to jx1 in other respects an safeguard in the relations tons of a should girls marry Young sometimes i d f tit sometimes i think yes bu1 think no by Velva g Darling Cut Lve Secretary an office controlled by the Board of sue l Ballard took Tho executive chair in 1924 and on her Board were Gladys h Barndollar vice president Gladys a Leggett treas ure remily d Wilkic corresponding Secretary and Isabel c Jenkins auditor Sylvia g Ward Irma Randolph and Pearl Rogers were the new directors Tho following year mrs Isabel c Jenkins was Tho Choice for president with mrs Lavonla Harris As vice president or Luella s Swauger corresponding Secretary Hattle Lehnhardt Audi Tor and Ruth Rogers treasurer the new member on the 1025 boar was Sarah g Hammond in 192g or Luella s Swauger served with Eloise b gushing As vice per to def Avis e Spencer treasurer Emily d Wilkle corresponding Secretary and Louise ii Sund auditor directors were or Cassle c Moreland Alice Brookman and Thompson coast federation proposition is broached at conference called in Oakland in 926 in August of 1926 an important conference was called of repro be Natlea from All clubs on the West coast to discuss the feasibility of a Pacific coast federation consisting of committees chosen to con Sider a possible National federation Heaters 20 years ago new Anita at this time a chairman and pictures t revue Monto first of the summer seasons Tea dances and fashion 1 will be held in the new Garden room at hotel Del tomorrow afternoon a number of debutantes will appear As Mann kilns in this revue it will to the first Tendance held at hotel Del Monte in several seasons interest in croquet has been revived at hotel Del Monte and a Cro duet tournament has been announced for thursday july 25 Vic t would have been easy Enos ii for her to marry at eighteen but with three or four More years of training she becomes a speculative thoughtful highly complicated and her troubles begin troubles is exactly Tho right word she looks at careers in Ona she sees the Beauty and loveliness she would adore to work Interior decorating writing paint ing in not lick she sees the Money Liidi Means inic luxury it not nearly so it vac Alvo h career in itself there is marriage in one Man she finds intellectual companionship in another the physical makeup Tho strength and poise which her heart demands in another the sympathy and understand ing and Protection which is essential to her Fem Unity if a girl la to marry happily i sometimes think she should Tarry while Bho is Young or not at a after 18 a girl grows More and More critical is blinded Leas and Leas by the 1 11 us ions of her dreams she sees that All men even when they Are violently in love with her and would do anything for her Are Only filled with frailties if she marries before she starts being Yorlli will he so Busy raising that her committees were elected to take charge of the work and report at a called meeting in 1927 Tho new years election brought mrs Jennie g Tood to the presi new ency mrs Willie May Bridge vice president Louise h Sund treas Cret user Minnette Perkins auditor Myrtle i boltzmann corresponding Secretary Edna Brown Susan e Lisen tussle Meyer and Hazel Lani Berson directors miss Eloise b gushing was the 1028 executive and Nettie May Mil Ler was vice president jul Larson treasurer Helen Augsburg corresponding Secretary and Charlotte Ingrim auditor with the new directors Margaret Matthews Ruby Foss mignon Harmon this years election named Susan e Ilsen president Hazel Lam Berson vice president Ruth Gibson treasurer mignon Harmon Cor responding Sec rotary and Minnette Perkins auditor directors Helen Macgregor Ellen Smith and Grace Coleman Tho so Optimist service club takes its name from Tho two latin words the companion word to brother Symbol of the Bond of Comrade and or the highest Good Tho club Constitution and bylaws drawn up by Eloise b Cus Liing or Paulino h Nusbaumer and Emily d Wilkie in 1921 has been lined As a basis for nil other so Optimist club constitutions White North the German lines and sideshow whip and Devil dogs letter masquerade betrayal of Lena Smith Fox Oakland d a is e r o u s curves Golden trial mans Man hippodrome vaudeville and be Grey Chaplin Leta and vaudeville saturdays children Piedmont great White North senator the Donovan affair t d Brodway Melody Madonna of ave nue a Beu Keiyei Campus East is Bast Lotin Oaks Chinatown nights Divoll making Tho Grade u c trial of Mary Dugan Hay Ward speakeasy clubs first members withdrawn to Transfer to Berkeley so Optimist club in 1927 tonight my thrice club 4928 Telegraph Avenue 8 Oclock West Oakland boosters Prescott he first in the club membership occurred two years school 8 Oclock when Emily Wilkie Violet Richard Onward Clelia Parol tomorrow club hotel Oakland ago Emeryville kiwanis club Emery Ville High school luncheon 20io Chili no 7 Athens club building luncheon Lions club hotel Oakland lunch con knights of round table hotel land luncheon Barney Gold tomorrow july 23 1909 the Day was Friday East Bay news w c Little g e Arrowsmith William Bannon h h Norwood and Leon Goudy recently went to Lake Yahoo by automobile e j Host and his family have taken a cottage at Pacific Grove where they plan to remain about one month l t o Conder and his family have returned from an Outing which in clouded visits at Chico City mrs m s Williams and mrs Joseph Waxon Are at Pacific Grove Stanley Merritt is visiting at Seattle Frank de Freltas recently went to Hanford on business John Mcdonald was a recent visitor at grass Valley mrs Lelta Ashley was a recent visitor at Vacaville where she entertained by mrs j w Britt mrs Ella Murphy of Berkeley at Pacific Grove miss Nellie Connor has been spending the past few weeks in the Northwest visiting Seattle and Portland Sho was guest of he apr last saturday at a reception Given in Portland by mrs Alexander Donaldson mra William Cluff presided Over a luncheon today entertaining in Honor of mrs Edward Tenney miss Wilhelmina Tenney and mrs ii d Noonan who Are visiting Here from Honolulu or Clarke Burnham has gone to Santa Barbara where his we fend children Are spending the summer months Etse where the entire collection of specimens of Tho Roosevelt expedition now numbers 2000 including Mam Mals and Birds of All sizes it also includes several thousand and insects s sports Richard Werner has been elected president of Tho Alameda wheel men Gordon armsby new guest House on his Carmel Valley Rancho his been occupied by or armsby since his return from the South seas the summing Pool Anc stables Are now being constructed and the but on the other hand House itself will soon be started Clarence Tantau Haa designed a charming establishment for armsby on Hia 500acre Carmel Valley p to pert y Slio vont have time to become and intellect Una Anil Nils if a girl does marry Young she misses half her life she is like the Butterfly that just in it was about to burst Forth from its Chrysalis said to itself Well now this is a Nice cozy place where nothing can harm me where 7 get my Brendan butter for nothing and where nothing can harm Rne and in Well taken care of i think ill just Craw right tacit in and stay Here the rest of mrs Mary Mast and her daughters the misses Georgia and Lucille my life stint and miss Margaret Rothe All of Berkeley sailed today on the she turns her Hack on Freedom Fahuna the Brilliant sunlight of t the Alexander for Seattle from where they will go to Yellowstone Independence misses entirely the dangerous shadows the thrill which a Vional Park returning they will visit the grand Canyon and Wmk come from breaking away from All Protection and Mollie White withdrew us a body and transferred to the Berkeley so Optimist club organized under the supervision of Nellie m Drake who is now a member emeritus mrs Mabel Hill Redfield is president of the Berkeley group mrs Rowena Mills vice president Emily d Wilkie Secretary mrs Beatrice Ralstone financial Secretary mrs Beth Macdonald treasurer mrs Amy Mac Murray miss Clelie Parol mra Violet r Ward mrs Mollie r White and miss Jennnette Barrows directors Eloise gushing and Helena m Gamble Are organizing a club in san Leandro for which the following have been chosen to help with the work Grace Deidrich us the acting chairman miss Emma Perry act ing Secretary and group captains mrs Brooks mrs Sudie Dalziel mrs Luclle Hagenon and mrs Belle Hopper a word about the Al Sand objects of this organisation they Are Tribune Randlo broadcast fivefold namely Foster loyalty to our Flag civic to banns howling women encourage the practice of the Golden Rule social to promote the club 8 pm spirit of service and True Friendship among its members personal to membership luncheon Prtt Towt develop efficiency and the Success to to derived therefrom room women s City club 1215 Tribune n o the charter members who Are still affiliated with tha Oakland a cuon meeting East Pacific building Oclock club Are mrs Ella h Taylor Lydia h Payne or Cissick c Moreland room Cornell City club pm Good will Rebekah Lodge whilst Hattie Lehnhardt Virginia g Diehl Helena m Gamble Nellie m american Institute Emerson party 2500 Mason Street Drake Anne f Glover Regina gras Elsarah g Ham school h pm Oclock mond Lavonla Harris allele Mayberry Myrtle Houmann Mira c Merriman Isabel c Jenkins Mabel Parker Gladys logged pc land mrs Edna Brown Irma Randolph Eloise b dishing Blanche Rollar Misa Minnette Perkins mrs Gladys h Barndollar mrs Sylvia Ward Sor optimism is now flourishing in twelve clubs in California eleven in Europe in British Columbia and eight scattered throughout the United states a score or More Are in process of organization City tonight National top in los Angeles in route Home miss Georgia Mast is a Junior at the University and a member of Alpha Delta i sorority while her sister is a Senor at the Anna head school miss Rothe is in her senior year at the University and a Mem ber of Thela Upsilon sorority announcement was made of the engagement of miss Florence Schmidt and Walter f Fink at a Tea Given saturday by miss Schmidt at Tho women City club in Oakland for nearly one Hundred friends Juriss Schmidt is the daughter of or and mrs g Edward Schmidt of Oakland or Fink is the son of or and mrs Charles Fink also of Oakland those assisting miss Schmidt at the Tea were misses Vivian con Nelly Georgine Fink Aneita George Pauline Ingle Elizabeth Kirsten Phyllis Kirsten Ethel Mae Lane Helen Quinn and Dorothy walking mesdames Charles Fink Ernest Geary and her two youngest children miss Charlotte Geary and master Jack Geary mrs Edward Schmidt Mother of the Bride elect Gustavo Schmidt and Charles Schwarz the guests were favored during the afternoon with vocal selections by miss Pauline Ingle accompanied by miss Hesen quirk the be not Hal was revealed by Little miss Charlotte Geary Cousin of miss Schmidt who presented the guests with betrothal cards from a Large Basket held by her older brother master Jack Geary no definite Date has been set for the wedding of the couple How Ever it is assumed that it will be an event of the Early summer of next year she never feels As the cynical Little Schopenhauer said the longing to break the Fetters of her own Ever changing desires Wheva Kirl is eighteen she has one find her Prince Charm Hiff and merry him if she throws Oil his desire sir three or four More years she finds herself with a strength that whispers to her to launch out from her Chrysalis of helplessness Sho begins to sense vaguely the fact that no matter what it in you desire now and attain that desire is bound to change into something else soon the woman who marries before she starts to think never does Start sometimes i think that for a woman to get into Tho Mentall stunted condition that Early marriage often brings with it is a pity and an in Justice and yet maybe a brain without imagination thought is Bliss what do you think about it our children Esq Patiri things in the Home he Goca out to earn their living their clothes and food and edit Clfon Camp and club and the rest Mother stays lit the Home Ami attends the children closely father Cornea Home at last some provision ought to be made for his fathering Hia child a bit even though it a but a few minutes helping to put the children to bed ought to be one of fathers rights i know that often bedtime lust before father gets Home but in Radical enough to ask that bedtime wait upon father if necessary it wont damage r child for life if its bedtime is delayed a bit some time in each Day ought to be open to father even though the routine be broken to provide for it it need not be the same time every Day 1 Cali agree even that a Day pm be skipped but somehow somewhere father in Tobe fitted the schedule will go on for years to come and father must make Good right in Liis children now or never it is Tasy to say by and by when Tho boys and Fri Ali grow up a Little father can make their acquaintance Pecan take them out and make companions of them just now they Are too Little and father is too briny and too tired that wont do if father docs not grow info ills place Early there is no place in the Hei its of the children for him if he never car Rich his Little on ills shoulder through the Garden telling her ii limit the things hut happen there or hint never could happen there save when the fairies came he will never Hutc that daughter for n companion when she grown to under standing years and if father does not sit beside Little Sona bed listening or talking about people n things nov b fathers rights Hai in his who Hast had the Joy of fathering not anxious his child from Babyhood on to adolescence has lost one of the greatest pleasures of his Lite panel ice crowded out of the childrens lives by the nature of a father children in about Hia Legal rights Only those that parenthood in itself affords Are worthy of the name and they truly worthy a father into the scheme of life so that the As the Case May be sharing and inviting confidences making plans and plotting in secret Cor Happy doings he a never going to know the Joy of sharing in his sons life in Tho years to come which is his right something ought to be done to children will know the or father that la his right and theirs it would be just As Well Lor Mother to turn her Back now and then when father offers a bit of cantly or a ride on his shoulder or a trip to the Park v it May All be out of schedule but Pavo father Hon rights copyright foe Tim in Buhe t somebody Tell me Why it is that a croup of men each one of whom is respectable Ani considerate of the peace and Comfort of other Folk and none or whom among their friends want it said they were otherwise Wirtz somebody Tell me Why it is that these same men will co on a inst or whatever it is and if on decorations or other Siffus of their hilarity ant go Nway among themselves and in hotels and other places will then forget Titan Rouni about them Are Many persons who dont care a Hajt about Tiffin High spirits or where they got whatever it is that instills in a desire to sing and Knock on doors and Parade Down Halls and embrace All by rangers that come their Way and Wilt somebody Tell 1 in at 3 a m i should arise from out of my bed and open my door and plead with then to go away and let me sleep in it is funny or what is it in their Only answer is a Harry Call to another groups of Voca osts to come on Down and see the Man in the Green pay Jam but anyway 1 can go Back and crawl in bed with that certain that when i Imi be flitting pretty compared to thank Yoo for Tea v v

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