in Society of Southlandl 113 1 1 D I tM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U H I II 1 1 1 1 H 1 0 1 1 U 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 II I H H 1 0 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 IQIll! 1 1 IIU IlCllltiUII 1 1 1 IC N. Btikers-llcld, before E. trip of will are and the returned eaat the The and to of 8. C. Dr. Carl E. Krngmeter, Clnrdena; Wctlrj Kuhalc, Glendora; O. B. McClyinan, Iis Angeles; L. E, Olson. Glendalc; George E. Trlnce. Loa Angeles; Lilian Stevens, lion Angeles; Violet M. Wulk-er. Wulk-er. Wulk-er. Pasadena, and F. G. Wntjon. Beverly Beverly Hills. Lankcrshim Mr. and Mra. A. H. Prince, last Tuesday entertained Mr. and Mra. Harry Thorpe ol Berkeley. A number number of old friends mere Invited to the Prince home. Mr. and Mra, R, B. Wlehe and daughter, Hettle, are apendlng a vacation In Northern California. They will visit Yosemlte and Sequoia Sequoia National Parka. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clark of Boy-er Boy-er Boy-er street are apendlng several weeks at Balboa Beach. Mr. and Mra. Earl Knight ate motoring motoring in Yosemlte Valley. They will return here within several weeks. Mrs. Nan Keater of Wattls, Utah, was a recent guest at the home of Mr. and Mra. J. It. Millsteed. Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Wheeler are being congratulated on the birth of a daughter. Judge J. W. Deupree, Mrs. Emma Myers, Mra. Mamlo Manchester, and Miss Lucy Prince have returned, after a two weeks' trip to Yosemlte Park. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Venkcl are In San Francisco for their summer vacation. vacation. Mr. and Mra. I,. IT. Cope of Pan-ndena Pan-ndena Pan-ndena were recent gueata at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Turner on East Weddlngton avenue. Mrs. Louise 8. Bartlett la visiting her son, Lieut. F. B. MUlson, who & TO In Hollywood Hollywood Boulevard la stationed at Tort Dee Moines. Be-foro Be-foro Be-foro her return ahe will Journey to New York and points In the New England States. , Van Nuys Miss Dorothy Reel wts hostess last Saturday at a bridge tea glvca e.t the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Reel on Sherman Way. Tlie homo wbs tastefully decorated with yellow flowers. A number of out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town gueata were among the twenty-live twenty-live twenty-live persons preaent. Mrs. A. E. Streeter entertained one1 day last week with an Informal bridge party at her home on Victory Victory Boulevard. The gamea were played on tlio sunporch of the home, under pretty vines. A dozen guests took part, A "hen party" and luncheon on Thursday of Inot week waa given at the home of Mrs. John Henrietta of Plummer street In honor of Mra. A. H. Delaphlne, who la eoon to depart depart for Pasadena to reside. She was the recipient of many gifts from many of her old friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Sheridan of Victory Boulevard, on Thursday of hint week celebrated their twelfth wedding anniversary. A buffet eup-per eup-per eup-per and music program were features features in tho entertainment of the guests. Mrs. E. 6. Burns waa honor guest at a bridge dinner given by - JJr. and Mrs. William Andrew and Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Berkshire last Monday. Monday. Mrs. Webb JIaden and Floyd N. High were awarded prlzea lor high scores. Miss Esther Treub, daughter of Gottlieb Traub, last Sunday waa married to Ferdinand J, Volkcrt. Dev. M. Ttetjen of the Lutheran Church performed the ceremony. Miss Dorothy Traub was maid of honor, and Paul Welsa served aabeat man. Mrs. Webb Hades, one day during the week, waa hostess at a picnic parly at Bnnta Monica, in honor of Mrs. E. 8. Burns of El Paso. Mra. Raymond W. Post, during the week, also gave a tea at the Enclno Country Country Club In honor of Mrs. Burns. Mr. nnd Mrs. a. E. Holman last Mondny were hosts at a bridge dinner dinner at their home on West Sylvan street.