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WHO’S WHO AMONG

THE WOMEN OF CALIFORNIA

1922

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ADDENDA   

CALIFORNIA FEDERATION OF

WOMEN’S CLUBS, Key No. 62

 

     Clubs federated with the  California Federation of Women’s Clubs are designated  by the initials: C. F. W. C.

 

     Clubs federated with the California Federation of Women’s Clubs are also classified according to their affiliation with the district to which they belong.  The Six Districts of the California Federation of Women’s Clubs are respectively:

 

     Northern District;  San Francisco District; Alameda District; San Joaquin Valley District; Los Angeles District; Southern District.  The total membership enrollment is approximately, 60,000 women.

 

     Roman numerals are used to designate the districts;  Northern District, I; San Francisco, II;  Alameda District III; San Joaquin Valley District IV;  Los Angeles District, V;  Southern District, VI.

 

     The NORTHERN DISTRICT (I) includes 19 counties, namely; Amador, Butte, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn,  Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Shasta County, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Yolo, Yuba.

 

     Mrs. A. L. Miller, 527 G Street, Marysville, California, President.

 

     The SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT (II) includes 14 counties, namely: Del Norte, Humboldt,  Lake,  Marin, Mendocino, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma.

    

     Mrs. H.M. Tenney, 217 Palm Avenue, Watsonville, California, President.

 

     The ALAMEDA DISTRICT (III) includes 5 counties, namely: Alameda, Calaveras, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Tuolumne.

 

     Mrs. George A. Rigg, 429 Hudson Street, Oakland, California, President.

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(Counties italicizied have County Federations)

 

 

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     The SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY DISTRICT (IV) includes 10 counties, namely:  Alpine, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, Stanislaus, Tulare. 

 

     Mrs. George W. Turner, 2308 Clay Avenue, Fresno, California, President.

 

        The LOS ANGELES DISTRICT (V) includes 5 counties, namely: Inyo, Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Venture.

 

     Mrs. John C. Urquhart, 1936 Oak Street,  Los Angeles, California,  President.

 

     The SOUTHERN DISTRICT (VI) includes 5 counties, namely: Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego.

 

     Mrs. F. W. Haman, 3688 Pringle Street, San Diego, California, President.

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(Counties italicizied have County Federations)

 

 

THE CALIFORNIA CONGRESS OF MOTHERS AND PARENT-

TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS  Key No. 58

       No other organization of women, perhaps, yields a more influential power for good in the community than the Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Association.  California, particularly is fortunate in its splendid representation.  It ranks first in members in the National organization, with an enrollment of over 43,000 members.

     The California Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations has a representation in practically every school district of the State.  Each “Mothers’ Club” bears the name of the public school to which it is allied.  As these divisions are so numerous and fundamentally the same in precept and purpose, they are classified under the one head:  California Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations.  The number 58 designates affiliation with the “State Congress”.

 

STATE DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN

CALIFORNIA CONGRESS OF MOTHERS AND PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS

 

Americanization—Mrs. William Eckart, 245 S. Oxford Street, Los Angeles.

Child Hygiene—Dr. Neil L. Clark, Fresno.

Child Labor—Mr. Lydia Lawhead, Woodland, Yolo County.

Child Welfare Day—Mrs. Henry C. Tardy, 2133 E. 28th Street, Oakland.

Country Life—Good Roads—Mrs. Clyde L. Campbell, R. I. 119 Bakersfield.

Education—Miss Lulu A. Shelton, 574 61st Street, Oakland.

Emblem and Magazine—Mrs. Alexander Kuenzki, ,Brea, Orange County.

Extension—Mrs. J. R. Row, P.O. Box 305, Pasadena.

Finance—Mrs. R. I. Cardiff, 243 Mission Street, Santa Cruz.

Home—Mrs. C. F. Hutchinson, 200 Orange Street, Glendale.

Juvenile Court and Probation—Mrs. W. H. Davidson, 77 Washbash Avenue, San Jose.

Kindergarten—Mrs. A. G. Sylvester, 715 D Street,  San Bernardino.

Legislation—Mrs. W. J. Wilson, “Overdene,” Newcastle, Placer County.

Membership—Mrs. C.C. Noble, 1741 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles.

Patriotism—Mrs. E. T, Youngman, 413 W. Pleasant Street, Santa Paula.

Philanthrophy—Miss Jennie Frater, Philadelphia Street, Pomona.

Printing—Mrs. John Cameron Hayes, 453E. St. John Street, San Jose.

Publicity—Mrs. Herbert Stockton, 545 South 2nd Street, San Jose.

Recreation—Miss Signe Hagelthorn, Moulder School, San Francisco.

Scholarship—Mrs. Adele M. Outcalt, 3738 Tenth Street, San Diego.

Thrift—Mrs. Edith Dow Moulton, Ripon, San Joaquin County.

 

     The Board of Council is headed by the following prominent leaders:

Dr. Jessie A. Russel, 643 N. Maryland Avenue, Glendale;  Mrs. Margaret McNaught, State Board of Education, Sacramento; Mrs. H. N. Rowerll, 3158 College Avenue, Berkeley; Mrs. G. A. Reilly, 2610 Derby Street, Berkeley; and Mrs. J. O. Hayes, Edenvale, Santa Clara County.

 
 
COUNTRY CLUBS

 

     Various country clubs of California have been listed as women’s organizations.  This is because women are recognized by these clubs, in their charters, and in other ways, as constituents.

 

 

 

Transcribed by Sharlene Gomes.

Proofread by Betty Vickroy.

 

 

 


© 2005 Nancy Pratt Melton




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