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Monday, July 21, 1947
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C. E. SMITHS TELL TROTH OF PATRICIA PART II 5 Hollywood G.O.P. Club Lists Speakers Assemblyman Charles E. Conrad and George W. Xilssen, attorney, will address the Friday meeting of Hollywood Woman's Republican Club. The talks will follow luncheon in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and the meeting will close with a forum discussion." ACTIVITIES Radio Horror Programs Protested National Council of Youth Entertainment Demands Scripts Cease BY BESs'jl. WILSON Radio scripts which "create a "reaction of fear or immoral impulses in the minds of juveniles" will be opposed by the National Council of Youth Entertainment, units of which are being organized in every State. Lo0 3ngele0 Cimes MONDAY, JULY 21, 1947 Patricia Jean Smith's engagement to Daniel Stanley Thompson was announced yesterday by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Earl Smith, when they entertained at a cocktail party in their home, 3754 W. First St.' Miss Smith is a graduate of Marlborough and S.C., where she was president of Pi Beta Phi. She is a Phi Kappa Phi and member of Blue Gate and Kate Crutcher Co-eds of the Childrens Hospital. Mr. Thompson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Simion Thompson, attended S.C. and is a Phi Kappa Psi. He served three years in the Army Air Forces. Catharine Barbara Orena, Mary Seeley Become Brides Hugh Haldeiman Says Vows With Former and Lattei's Husband Is Francis Carl Homer BY CHRISTY FOX Two of the summer season's outstanding weddings took place Incorporated under the laws NEW LENGTH SLIPS and ;of the District of Columbia, the organization is headed by Mrs. George F. Hanowell of Washington, D.C. A recent press re lease stated that State headquar ters is located at 292 Covina this week-end when Catharine Barbara Orena became the bride of Hugh Earl Halderman and Mary Isabelle Seeley recited raws with Francis Carl Romer. l Catholic Church of St. Paul j Cr.J1-f(ar- ATnnrP the Apostle. Westwood Hills, OCnaeiGl-lVlUUl fc? was the setting Saturday afterjTnwc pTrrhnftCKd noon for the wedding of Catha- V OW5 L,XnUUy fc?U Ave., Long Beach. 330,000 Sign Protest NIGHT GOWNS (Crept and Satin) from MARY BARRON and MISS DEB Slips $2.95 to $4.95 Gowns $5.95 to S7.9S lVqs Selection of - Half-Sjips $3.50 416 N. Beverly Drive CR. 1-9425 The president reports that 350,000 have signed a petition rine Barbara Orena, a sixth gen asking broadcasting companies Canada Trip Planned Dr. and Mrs. Fred Woods of Temple City will motor to Banff and Lake Louise, Canada, with Mr. and Mrs. John Getty of Glendale next week. ! of the United States to refuse to broadcast "crime and horror series" programs. These signers include educators, clergymen and community and national leaders. They agree, Mrs. Hano eration Californian and great-granddaughter of Don Pedro C. Carrillo and Josefa Bandini Car-rillo, to Hugh Earl Halderman. Wore Mother's Veil The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Victor Orena of West Los Angeles, chose a gown of Old World elegance, fashioned of Chantilly lace over cream taffeta with a long train. She Curtis photo I Paul Kent Dhoto REGAL BRIDE Catharine Barbara Orena became the bride of Hugh Earl Halderman in formal ceremony in Catholic Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Westwood. PICTURESQUE Mary Isabelle Seeley recited her vows with Francis Carl Romer of San Juan Capistrano in ceremony in Catholic Church of the Precious Blood. The wedding of Jane Louise Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Moore of Glendale, to Robert E. Schaefer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schaefer of Sherman Oaks, took place Saturday evening in Hollywood-Beverly Christian Church. The bride was attended by Mrs. George Renne, Jeanne Moore, Nancy Brooks, Suzzanne Hight and Marilyn Wilson. Mary Campbell was flower girl. James Bryan served as best man. Frank Smith, Howard Bryan Jr., Lee Lookabaugh and George Renne ushered. The newlyweds left for La-guna Beach for their honeymoon after a reception at the church. well reports, that "the attempts of radio production men to create such entertainment has been unbridled, in the opinion of many." Toastmistresses Elect Mrs. John1 Winch has been elected president of the Los An wore a crown of French orange Warner-Holly CONFIDENTIALLY BY HCILLE LEIMERT Vows Recited St. Edmund's Episcopal Church, San Marino, was the blossoms and a French illusion veil which her mother wore at her wedding, and carried a cascade bouquet of lilies of the valley and bouvardia. Mrs. John Colin Bovee (Barbara Winston) was matron of honor, Carolyn Wellborn, maid of honor, and- Katharine Gibbon. Sheila Kerr and Mrs. Theodore Garhart (Marrion Louise Meloth.) attendants. set tine for thp wepk-end wed ding of Jane Holly, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey C. Holly, 2300 Sherwood Road, San Ma geles Toastmistress Club with Mrs. Dorothy Holland her vice-president. Other officers are Miss Ada-line Farnsworth, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Pearson, treasurer, and Mrs. C. E. Stafford, chairman of program. Federation Session Set The first conference of parliamentary law and club ethics for the Los Angeles District Fed rino, to John Morgan Warner Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John WuUl M. Warner of Los Angeles. The ceremony took place Sat I iqengrj jroreoec j urday. Virginia Holly was her sister's maid of honor. Jack Smportant tEable Cbent! Hughes was best man. John Ad YORK-HOUIES Marian Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. eration of Women's Clubs will be held at 10 a.m. Sept. 11 at 2103 S. T-Tohart Blvd.. it is announced John Morrison Holmes, to George by Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson, chair-j ams and Donald Wilde ushered. Following a honeymoon in Santa Barbara the couple will leave for their future home in Milwaukee. Kenneth York II, son of Mr. and Mrs. George K. York of Sacramento, in St. Gregory's Catholic It'i a wt!1 -known fad that ftnt toblei mofct a fin living room. No question about H when tablet have so much style appeal. Our selection of tables by many of America's leading manufacturers of Reproduction! in the 18tn Century manner it vary complete and tends to mate this j TABLE EVENT one of IMPORTANCE. man. The committee assisting the chairman is composed of Mmes. Church Saturday morning. They eV ' CELEBRATION One of the most strenuous golden wed-ding anniversaries on record took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence X. Woodward in honor of Mr. and Mrs. William E. McKce. More than 300 guests were on hand and the party, which started at 2 p.m., didn't break up until midnight. As is always the case at the Woodwards' parties, there was music throughout the afternoon and evening. Ferde Grofe, composer of the "Grand Canyon Suite," spoke of this composition and played excerpts from it . . . The -clever hostess sang . . . Russell Woods contributed tenor solos' . . . Donald Bor-zage was induced to play Chopin . . . Among those on hand were Leon E. Lampton, dapper best man at the wedding 50 years ago ... the William McKees II and the William McKees III . . . Charles Baad, Mrs. W. I. Holling worth, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Hill, Dr. andMrs. Clarence Dyk-stra, L. E. Behymer, Mayor and Mrs. Fletcher Bowron and many others. rp . . r, a. oeizer, vice-cnairman, will make their home in Palo Alto. KELLEY-McCANDLISS Maxine Ethel McCandliss, niece of Mr. and Gurnet i outisis in cutops John S- McAnhee. J. D. Baptiste HOME FURNITURE COMPANY and fractured a bone in her spine . . . Marilyn Weber is also on the fracture list. It's her ankle . . . Mrs. Jock Lawrence, here from Xew York for a short visit, is ill and in Good Samaritan Hospital. GOOD WORK Mrs. Ben Griffith comes into town from Lido Isle for 48 hours each week to work in the Salvation Army drive. She has also enlisted as assistants such zealots as Polly Firestone, Cynthia Pallette, Mary Casey, , Liz Duque, Katy Malkmus and others. PURELY PERSONAL Nina Stevens, on one day's notice, got herself together and flew off to Europe . . . David and Teddie Letts, newlyweds, are back from Eagle River, Wis., and are living in Mrs. Francis Hann's (David's mother) home until their apartment is ready . . . K. (Alexl Kanarek, Polish painter, sends out very amusing invitations to his exhibit which will open July 25. "It's cocktails from 4-9, so you really don'tr have to look at the exhibit if you don't want to" is the way he puts it. But do Ms many friends know that Alex will go into a hospital for a serious operation shortly after the gala? Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wil- of Ventura, J. A. Friday of Santa 1 Mrs. Albert Metcalf Richardson,.to Charles Richard Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kelley of St son of Brentwood and Laguna ; Barbara County, Charles W. are scheduled to arrive from Eu-' Macpherson, A. B. Courtney, rope July 31. ! E. P. Benz and Ora McKenzie. Fine Interiors Since 1923 7260 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood 46 GL-2157 OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M. - Gowns Described j They were gowned alike in white marquisette frocks, made over hoops, with a draped bustle. The matron of honor's gown was worn over a pale green satin slip, the maid of honor's over pink and the attendants' over white. They wore tulle bonnets and carried old-fashioned bouquets of pink Athia roses and pink bouvardia. Richard Halderman served his brother as best man and Laugh-lin Waters, Robert Montgomery, Ponald Halderman and Herbert Kurml ushered. 'Wedding Trip by Plane Following the church ceremony there was a reception at the home of the bride's cousin, Miss Marguerite Winston, 518 S. Lucerne Blvd. The tall wedding cake was surrounded by orange blossoms and the tradition of lighting a wedding candle, marked for 25 anniversaries, was carried out. The newlyweds left by plane for Seattle. Victoria and Van Louis, yesterday afternoen in Bev- erlv Vista Communitv Church. They will honeymoon in Carmel MORELAND-BENNER Irene Myrl Benner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Benner, to John PARMELEE-DOHRMANN 510 West Seventh Street at Olive TRinity1331 or ZEnith 2224 Paul Moreland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Moreland, all 'of Pasa-dena, yesterday in Pasadena Wed ding Chapel. After a honeymoon at Big Bear they will make their home in Pasadena. ACOSTA-TTNDALL Betty Jane Tindall. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Spainhower of Los Angeles SICK BAY Poor little Anne Eichelberger is hospitalized and it's said to be a nervous breakdown . . . Rex Ross is also cm the sick list . . . Merry Letteau, running up stairs to get a box of candy, slipped and cntcago, to Dr. Micnaei An-gelo Acosta. son of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Acosta of Tampa, Fla. couver. They will make their and nephew of Dr. Samuel Scuderi of Los Angeles, yesterday after Bnaaazmznti, noon in Church of Our Saviour. - BISHOP-CLAPP Marjorie iBozarth-Lane Nuptials Sealed WYMAN'-PECK Maureen Peck. ' rltmWtar- nf Mr- anH Mr Alfrpri home in Palo Alto for a year while the bridegroom studies engineering at Stanford. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frederick Halderman of Santa Ana and Arizona. Francis Romer Marries Mary Isabelle Seeley The wedding of Mary Isabelle Seeley, daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Perry Seeley, and Francis Carl Romer, son of Mr. Anne Marie Lane, daughter of . ? n tn Clnnrtri Wvmart Jr.. son son Clapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Clapp of Westwood Hills, to Brian Wellman Bishop, son of Mrs. Florence Grob of Bogota. Colombia, and Fay Bishop of Cairo, Egypt, Saturday afternoon in St Alban's Episcopal Chapel. Westwood Hills. The couple will live in San Diego. of Mr. and Mrs. George wyman. Roth are U.C.L.A. students. The! bride-elect is an Alpha Chi Omega and her fiance a Zeta Psi. The eneaeement was revealed at a par ty yesterday at the Alpha Chi Ome- j and Mrs. Carl Anthony Romer of San Juan Capistrano, took place Saturday afternoon in the Catholic Church of the Precious Blood. A garden reception was ROONEY-HALEY Janice Haley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Haley, to Henry J Rooney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rooney of San Francisco, In St Ambrose Catholic Church Saturday. After a La Jolla honeymoon they, will make their home in San Francisco. KURTZ-HOROWITZ Phyllis Sonla Horowitz, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Charles Lane, 500 E. Live Oak St., San Gabriel, said marriage vows with Charles Walter Bozarth Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walter Bozarth of Escondldo, in the Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, San Gabriel, yesterday afternoon. A reception at the Huntington in Pasadena followed the ceremony. The couple will be at home in Berkeley after a honeymoon at La Jolla, Catalina and Lake Arrowhead. The bride, an Alpha Chi Omega, attended S.C. Mr. Bozarth studied at U.C.L.A. and was graduated from Caltech. ga tiouse. FLEMING -HETTINGER Eunice Hettinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hetcinger of Glendale, to Martin Fleming Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.. Martin Fleming of Pasadena. Miss Hettinger attended Glendale College. Mr. Fleming studied at Muir Junior College. MARTIN-WARENBACK Rhoda Sundlun Warenback, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham S. Waren. back, to Samuel M. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Martin of Long held at the nome or wr. ana Mrs. R. D. Montgomery, 650 S. Muirfield Road.. , t The bride, lovely in a rose ana Mrs. Irving Horowitz of West-wood Hills, to Marvin Victor Kurtz, son of Mrs. Jay Kurtz and the late Mr. Kurtz, in the garden of the Horowitz home, 689 Warner Ave., Saturday afternoon. They are honeymooning In San Francisco. TODAY i Beach. Miss Warenback attended i U.C.L.A. nd her fiance attend-j ed S.C. I PIN'GREE-JONES Lorelei I Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Lawrence Jones of Westwood Reception foV Hollywood Bowl artists, home of Mrs. James Lang- point and duchess lace gown with long train, carried out a wedding tradition by wearing the gown that had been worn by three previous brides in her family. Her tulle veil fell fingertip length from a coronet of the same exquisite duchess lace. She carried white orchids and bouvardia. Gowns of Attendants The attendants were dressed alike in chartreuse silk faille and wore crescent flower headdresses and carried arm cascades of orange zinnias. Katharine Wheeler was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert Mcintosh, Ann Dawson, Patty Mattes and Marihelen Bering. Little Heidi Quade was flower Hills, to Hvrum Pingree. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Walter Pingree. The bride-elect attended City College. Mr. Pingree studied at S.C. A Sept. 7 wedding is planned. ford Stack, Bel-Air, 4 to 7 p.m. Log Angeles Alumnae Association of Phi Mu board, luncheon, home of Mrs. Byron J. Badham Jr., 260 S. Peck Driv, Beverly HiUs. girl and Bradley Hallen, ring bearer. Dickinson Boss was best man and Rae Rawlins, Melvin Rebstock, Joseph Sexton, Richard Alden, Hal Thomas and Wallace May ushered. Honeymoon in North The newlyweds left on a honeymoon to Carmel, San Francisco and the Redwoods. They will make their home in West-wood Hills. The bride made her debut at Las Madrinas Charity Ball. For Tour Nv, Lovely Nationally Famous for Sigure Contouring Slesalts I SILHOUETTE Destined to be your family heirloom . . . 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