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LA society news, 1922
a to to is a offl-llain distinc-Chde trans- cooooooooooooooooooooov SOCIETY BY VIRGINIA WOODS Marriage of Wide Interest John Maclcey Elliott, chairman of the board of directors of the First National Bank of this citv. has announced the marriage of his son. Robert Peal Elliott of this cltv and Mrs. Correnah d Tuc Neville, daughter of Mrs. James ae Fue of San Francisco. The wedding took place in the cay iity Monday at noon In the presence of members of the two families. Rev. French, performed the ceremonv which was In church. The couple left Immediately Immediately for an extended honeympon trip and Mr. Elliott, Sr.. re- re- turned home last evening. His son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law William Richards and his niece, Miss Caroline Huger, went up for the ceremony, The groom is one of the most prominent young men In Southland Southland social and business circles and was last year and sever il years before one of the members of the board of governors of tho Bachelors' Club. He was the first moniber of this famous club to be niarrlod since the last ball in February and the weddlng was a surprise as there was no announcement of an en gagement. Bcthrothal Revealed at Luncheon The betrothal of MIbs Gene vieve Murray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ross Campbell and Howard Sears, both of this city, was revealed yesterday at a cosy little luncheon at which Miss Alma Barman was hostess. Miss Murray, who is one of the most popular girls in the younger set and one of the most attractive. ia a niece of Mrs. Jack Jevne of this city and Mr Sears is the son of Edward A. Sears, retired business business man of San Diego The young man was educated at the University University of California. Miss Murrav received 0 prhate education under tutelage. No date has been set for the marriage. The secret was told In' a unique way. Miss Murray pulled a silken bell cord, and from n big whit" floral bell gay colored balloons fell with cupld. and hearts attached attached and bearing the message A mound of pink tulips with roBes, snapdraggons and other spring flowers centered the table at which there were places for I Miss Murray, Mrs. George Na-1 Na-1 Na-1 thanlel Whiting, Mrs. Albert Hayes ! uuscn, airs. Gerald Barton (vlr ginia Turner.) Mrs. Harold Wat- Wat- ters (Anne Morse) and Misses Rowena and Camilla Schneider. 0 At Luncheon Bridge Mrs. Joseph E. Carr of 143 Westmoreland Place was hostess yesterday at a luncheon and bridge party. Her guests were members of a bridge club of which she Is a member. Hiss Anderson Returns Miss Eleanor Anderson who has been in San Francisco with her sister Mrs. Lee Schlesinger ever since she announced her engagement engagement to Edward Kulrton Sheahan is expected home today and Mrs. Schlesinger will follow next week to De here for the wedding which will be about the middle of June. Immediately afterwards Mr. and Mrs. Schlesinger will leao for New Tork, whence they are to sail for a tour of Europe. Bark from Motor Trip Mr. and Mrs Dean Mason and Mr. and Mrs, Pierce Baldwin returned returned home yesterday after a delightful motor trip through the desert country of Arizona. West Texas and New Mexico. They traveled traveled more than 8000 miles and describe the scenes like a marvelous marvelous desert landscape garden with yellow flowers predominating in some sections, white or purple in otners. one of the most thrilling thrilling experiences was when they were three hours going over the Apache Trail of twenty-one twenty-one twenty-one miles. Mrs. Langhlln Convalescing Friends of Mrs. Homer 1augh-Hn, 1augh-Hn, 1augh-Hn, Jr., will rejoice to learn that she is convalescing after having been confined to her bed seven weeks because of a broken foot. In two weeks' time she expects to be walking. , Miss Davie Loutcs for Europe Miss Martha Davie, attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Davie of Santa Monica left recently recently for Montreal where she will Join a group of friends for an extended tour of Europe. They will travel through the British Isles, ,and wllf then tour the Continent Continent including Holland and Switzerland. They will go to Oberammergau to see the Passion Play and will tour the battlefields. Miss Davie, who Is one of the most popular girls in the younger set at Santa Monica, was graduated graduated last June from the University of California. CoL and Sirs. Drake Visiting Col.r and Mrs. Charles Rivers Drake and Mrs. w. H. Holllday are spending several weeks at El-sinore El-sinore El-sinore Hot Springs. Mrs. Branson Leaving Mrs. Amon Bronson, wife of Capt Bronson, commander of the submarine flotillas of the Pacific Coast, expects to leave next June 1 for tho East and will bo accompanied accompanied by her two daughters and son. Capt. Bronson will be at Mare Island with the Camden and all the R boats for the next five months. On Board TJ.S.S. New Mexico Rear-Admiral Rear-Admiral Rear-Admiral Hutchison, Capt G. W, .Williams and Commander E. S.Stalknaker and officer, nf the New Mexico, are to give a dance and supper party aboard ship next Saturday evening. They have Invited a large number of Los Angeles. Pasadena and Long Beach society folk. . is 300 A get the patterns this in have Chl-ca specified this expect W'ho attend this with son, Alham-Tira. Maninfie Announced Announcement has been made of the marrlas 0f Miss Marv HarrNon and Charles A. Holt at the home of he offlciatlnic minis ter. Re. J. M Schaefle. After a trip the couple. will reside nt 128S Forty-eighth Forty-eighth Forty-eighth street. VlflUln In rtah Mrs. Anna GllllKan Is vialtinR Pr. and Mrs. Robert Leland Watson Watson of Salt Iake City. Mrs. Wat son until her marriage three yearn ago was Miss Uertrude Ollllgan of ner over-reglaterinff. good by thread at a materials oughly puddle mop cloth. add them They taking soup. potatoes fine finish well when remember Civics day be for nt 2 Wood, Truncheon Federation Gertrude oouth-west-School ham Philanthropy invite Woman's for hear the