Digardi - Shepard - 27 Nov 1942
of and the by MISS SHEPARD TO WED EDWARD DIGARDLGive Mr. and Mrs. Jn H. Shcpard of R.i Martinez held open house in their I new home on Geneva Street last SHOP 10:30 to 6:00 p.m. TE-l-l-M (Origiimal ! only: a Tom V Jerry mug A GRAND OLD GIFT HAT 1 Sunday and on that occasion sur-' prised their guests with the an-, Berke-nouncemcnt of the engagement of ley their daughter, Miss Louise Ger-jbe trude Shepard and Mr. Edward Mar-1 club shall Digardi. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Digardi of Vino hill, near -,; imui line.. .tiwiii More than 150 guests called dur-' ing the afternoon. The home was! attractive in Autumn flowers and it is foliage. A ring of white Shasta ible u...m. ... .r inner oi im- lame ...m ! nuMi.uuif iiKwun.-s on which were the names of the betrothed , couple was the means of revealing the betrothal secret. diet, The bride-elect is deputy In the and office of the County Superintend- J. ent of Schools. She studied at Sac-i ramenio junior ionise ana ai tne . University of California. a Mr. Digardi was given his mid- 4 shipman's stripes at Columbia Uni-'mitteo versity, N.Y. last Wednesday and win receive nis commission as en-.panel sign in February when the wedding date will be set. He is a graduate of U.C. and attended Hastings Law man, School when he was called into the'tive service. j r-tiu.iNK i mr ine kucms was inc; bride's grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Morrill and Miss Louise O'Connor of Boston, her aunt who recently arrived from the East. Four other aunts who assisted in receiving at the tea were Mrs. John Morrill of Berkeley. Mrs. G. Fred Morrill of Oakland, Mrs. Frank Mor- ril light Ihev will now - . . ".aH "na s- nl".Pn,of a members Morrill of Burlingame. Also assist-! ing were Miss Rosamond Wollitz, Miss Edith Lewellyn. Mrs. Betty Dugan Barnett and Miss Bernice Venegas. The G. Fred Morrills were hosts to the family today for the annual reunion at Thanksgiving. tee.