Garnett Williams - Alberta Sepulveda Marriage
£*1 1 "I : "WW T • 11 • Sepulveda-Willmms to Unite Two Old Fami U NITING two old families, one oC Virginia, Miss Alberta Maude Sepulveda, the daughter of Mr«. Edward W. Sweet, member of the SepuU veda family of southern California for whom Sepulveda Boulevard was named, will be wed at military rltee Krlday evening, aft 8 o'clock to Lieutenant Garnett Shields Williams, United States Army Air Corps, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Miss ScpulvcoVs cousin, Florence Dodson Schonemnn, who is godmother to the queen In this week's celebration of the one hundred nncl sixty-ninth anniversary of the establishment of Ixm Angeles as a pueblo, Is among the quests arriving today, with Mr. and Mrs. George Varney, Mr., and Mrs. Carl Dodson, and others from the south- land. To AHciul Wedding Lieutenant Williams' father, A. D. Williams, of Culpepper, Va., who has boon 33 years top adviser to the chief executives of the Philippines, Just retired, also is expected today or Friday. The Kpfscopnl ring service will he read by the Reverend Ralph Cox Of Portorville, with the bride attended by her sister, Mrs. Robert A. White, Glendale, and Mrs. James Allen, matron of honor; Mtee Patricia Sepulveda, Miss Edith HoffmuHter, Miss Hazel Hoffmnster and Miss Nadine Sepulveda, bridesmaids; Minn Caroline Curran, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curran, flower girl. Lieutenant Gordon Blood of Gnrd- i ner Field / will attend Lieutenant Williams as best man ^and the udh- ers, who will bear crossed sabers aloft to form nn aisle.at the exit, will include Lieutenants Charles*Jenkins, -.T, .T. Ryan, Sam Qalbraith, Charles Mclntyre and B. O. Will!ford, all of Gardner Field. The bride will be given in mar* riage by her godfather and trustee, J. C. Swinford, of San Pedro, with Mrs. Swinford is a guest at TWO Sweet homo. Others arriving today Include Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stonor, San Podro; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor, San Pedro; Mr. and Mrs* C, Lee, San Gabriel; Mr. and R. A. White, Glendale; Miss Adelo Freeman, Glendnle; and scores of others from the north and south, Kd Richardson, baritone soloist, will sing, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Laura Nichols. Charming Setting The altar will be appointed with bouquets and baskets of white flowers, ferns, palms and candles, a dec* oratlve scheme to be repeated nt tho Sweet residence on Eureka street. Mrs. Sweot will be assisted by Mrs. Kd Richardson, and the serving will be In charge of Misses Prcbble Griffith, Catherine Curran and Catherine Nicely, Miss Sepulveda has been the recipient of several parties, among them a lingerie shower given by Miss A?nr- jorle Allen, oncl a miscellaneous shower presided over by Miss Catherine NMcely, of Delano.