Alice Lieberman Entertaining
Jride-EIect Arrives for } renuptial Fetes The April showers that bring lowers wiil do a personal favor, lease, by holding off another week, lead Salt Lake Easter brides, rhose current premarital calendar dotted with gay festivities, and arrrpening sprinkles will be looked pon with disfavor. For Miss Geraldine Frances Smith f Los Angeles,- formerly of Salt Lake City, who arrived here Sun- ay evening to prepare for her wed- ing on Thursday to John Kinney •ranmer of Redlands, Cal., son of Tr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Cranmer, Iso of Redlands, sweet spring songs egan on Monday night. upper Party Miss Alice Lieberman was the ostess at her home, 125 Third East treet, and the 10 guests bidden o the fete were all old classmates f Miss Smith's. The evening was pent in reminiscing, after which a ate buffet supper was served. The able was attractively decked with ardenias and lilies of the valley, ccentuating a dainty bridal theme. On Tuesday evening, Miss Loleta Oleson, 215 Douglas street, will en- ertain in honor c-f Miss Smith. Bridal Party Miss Marguerite Smith, the bride- o-be's sister, also of Los Angeles, vill serve as maid of honor at the vedding. She will arrive on Wednesday Wednesday with Mr.' Cranmer, the sridegroom-elect, and his parents. They will be guests at the home f Miss Smith's parents, Mr. and Vtrs. Edward T. Smith, 57 Sixth ast street. The ceremony, to which only rela- ives and a few close friends have •een invited, will also take place at the bride-elect's home, the Rev. George J. Weber of the First Congregational Congregational church officiating.