Salt Lake Tribune, 13 Sep 1949
whose engagement was told at dinner at to become Mm. John Samuel Price Oct. 5. ETY Mr. and Mrs. Julian M. 3am- berger, 1525 Penrose dr., have aa their guests Mrs. Bamberger's niece, Miss Sally Ransohoff, a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas S. Ransohoff, of New York City, and Miss Doris Degener, also of New York. Doing honors as official guide-about-town lias been Mrs. Bamberger's daughter, Mrs. Allen T. Shott Jr., formerly Miss Eloise Bamberger. Ya!s Tears Streaking toward Yale university in a shiny new streamliner are Norman Rosenblatt, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenblatt, 1480 Military way, and his room mats, William Hutch- Ins Cowles in of Spokane. Wash., who has been a guest in the city for a week. Norman returned last week from an exhilarating tour of Europe with his former school mate mi Thatcher school in Ojai, Cal., Richard Pierce of San Francisco. i Polater Two Salt Lake City residents. Miss Mabel Ross, 78 I St., anci Miss Louise Cramer, 857 E. 1st South, have completed an extended airplane tour of Mexico and Central America. During their 16-day trip, the pair visited Guatemala. Taxco, Acapulco, San Miguel, Oaxaca, Late Fatz- guaro and Mexico City. About Faca Mrs. Allen T. Short Jr.. entertains New York visitor*. Mint Sally Ransohoff, a cousin, and guest Miss Dnrls Pegener.