The Minneapolis Star from Minneapolis, Minnesota on December 21, 1929 · Page 14
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Saturday, December 21, 1929
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The Minneapolis Star. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1929 EARLY WINTER WEDDINGS FILL SOCIAL CALENDAR University of Minnesota Alumnae Club Announces Plans for 1930 Season x Dr. LeRoy Arnold to Lecture on 'Broadway Plays Today' at January Meeting; Active Members Announced Vows Spoken LEADERS NAMED FOR GRAND MARCH FOR NOTRE DAME BALL AT RADISSON at Ceremony St. Paul in Miss Violet Johnston Be comes Bride of Tilmer S. Peterson SIXTEEN TTNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA U ALUMNAE CLUB is planning a 1 o'clock luncheon for Jan. 25, ot the Nicollet hotel. Dr. Le Roy Arnol of Hamllne university will give i. .ecture on "Broadway Plays Today." Reservations are in charge of Mmes. Charles E. Shaf. er, Alden C. Buttrlck and L. L. MacLellan. On Feb. 22 thev will hold a luncheon at the College Women's club. The gest speaker will be Miss Clara Brown, assistant pro-ressor of Home Economics, University of Minnesota. Her subject will be "College Curricula for Women." A Round Table discussion will follow. Guests of honor will be the faculty and alumnae of the College of Home Economics, University of Minnesota. Mmes. Alden C. Buttrick and L. L. Mac-Lellan have charge ot reservations. The annual meeting will be held March 29 In the library of the Music building at the University of Minnesota. Tea will be served from 2 to 5 p.m. A musical program will be given by Alumnae of the School of Music of the University. Guests of honor will be alumnae ot the School of Music. Benefit Bridge Planned May 10 a benefit bridge will be given for the Jessie S. Ladd Loan Fund. Officers of the club are: resident, Mrs. Charles E. Olsen; first vice-president, Mrs. Lee L. MacLel-lan; second vice-president, Mrs. J. Ralph Randall; treasurer. Miss Helen Salzer; recording secretary, Mrs. A. B. Gunnarson; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Elmer Fegan; assistant corresponding secretary, Miss Norma Bierbauer; auditor, Mrs. A. N. Bessessen, Jr.; first director, Mrs. George Dauphlne; second director, Mrs. L. L. Leather-man; third director, Miss Clara M. Leavltt, and fourth director, Mrs. Charles Shafer, Following are the committee chairmen and their assistants: Social and program, chairman, Mrs. Lee L. MacLellan; Mrs. A. C. Buttrlck and Miss Maurlne Sanborn. Membership, chairman, Mrs. J. R. Randall; Mmes. Gunnar Nordbye and J. W. Thompson. Press and Publicity, chairman, Mrs. George A. Dauphlne; Mmes. Roy Witt and Ormond Laird. Legislative and Constitutional, chairman, Mrs. L. L. Leatherman; Mmes. Frank M. Warren and A. C. Buttrlck. Big Sister, chairman, Miss Clara K. Leavitt; Mmes. C. J. Rock wood and F. A. Stewart Finance, chairman, Mrs. Charles Shafer; Mmes. Leroy Hall and Donald Schroeder. Minnesota Room, chairman, Mrs. J. R. Randall; Mrs. Frank M. Warren and Mrs. Charles E. Olsen. Members are Listed Active members are: Mmes. Stanley Avery, C. M. Babcock, Jeanette Benton, John P. Bern-hagen, Alfred Bessessen, Jr., Cecil H. Branham, . Charles Bronson, Harry J. Bruer, Clyde H. Burdlck, Alden C. Buttrick, Ralph Camp, bell, O. G. Cerney,, C. L. Chase, L. D. Coffman, Leo M. Crafts, Avery F. Crounse, George A. Dauphlne, Klngsley Day, Harold S. Diehl, Patrick Dooley, John F. Dulcbohn, F. N. Edmonds, George E. Egging-ton, Alden ElwelL J. B. Faegre, Elmer Fegan, J. G. Fogarty, George M. Gillette, Charles Gran-din, Eugene A. Gray, A. B. Gunnarson, L. W. Hall, Frederick An-drews Harding, V. R. Hoag, E. W. D. Holway, William Hubbard. Es-telle M. In gold, E. B. Johnson, Joseph Jorgens, Earl Knutson, Ormond Laird, H. S. Lamberton, Lydla Lagerstrom Leatherman, R. O. Leavenworth. Carl Lewis. Harold Lewis, Theodore Loshy. Madge Lyon, Mary Mclntyre, George McGregor, L. L. MacLellan. J. C. Melville, Howard Mitchell. Wlllard Morse, Earl J. Neutson, Clarke Nicholson, Gunnar H. Nordbye, Charles Oliver, Charles E. Olson, J. E. Oren, James ralge, O. E. Parsons, George Partridge, C. E. Petri. C. E. Pierce, S. II. riummer, K. G. Quamme. J. R. Randall, Bernard Ray, C. J. Rockwood, Harvard S. Rockwell, F. C. Rodda, Carl Sager. Donald D. Schroeder, W. W. Scott, Warren Scribner, Charles Sllverson, Calvin filvrlght, Charles E. Shafer. B. B. Sheffield, George D. Sherpardson, Alexander Stewart, Allan Thomas, O. E. Thomas, J. W. Thompson. Robert Thompson, Stanley Vail, Murray Waters, Frank M. Warren, L. H. Wells. Edward Whitman, Alvln Witt, Roy Witt. George Wheaton. These Also Belong Dr. Olga Hansen and the Misses Luella Berger, Blanche Bicknell, Norma Bierbauer, Aima D. Blitz, Genevieve B.-een, Jeanette Brice, Edna May Broom, Marie Prowne, ' Ueorgta A. Burgess, Lyle Byrnes, Alice Chllda, May Chrlstenson, Nellie Grant Christiansen, "ilna May Cockburn, Lillian Cohen, Vera V. Cole, Gratia Countryman, Izella M. Dart, Adrle DeBooy, Katherlnn Lee DeVeau, Belle . Dredge, Helen R. Fish, Elizabeth Foss, Barbara Green, Merry Green. wald, Mildreth Haggard, Mary Hartley, Clare F. Helllwell. Laura A Hery, Ruth Harriet Hill. Jen-Hie fT'.scocW. Lucille Hunter, Re-wey Belle Inglls, Apnea Jacques, Lillian Jaspersnn, Eva Jasperson, Florence Johnson, Lois Jordan, Frances Kelley, Llla Klampe, Rose Kotasek. Margaret Lawrence, Hor-tense Laybonrn, Alice Lenny, Clara Tavltt, Jane Lltzenherg, Hope McDonald, Rita MacMlllan, Mathllde Mlchaelson, Grace Moody, Julia Newton. Frances Norman, Ora Peake, Anna Pederson, Eliza-twth Fehousek, Florence J. Rose, Helen Palzer. Maurlne Sanborn, Mary Phepardson, Augusts' Rtnrr, Jennie Teeter, Verna C. Thomn. on, Margaret Tfmblc, 'Myrtle Turnqulat, Adele Waiker, Florence Weston, and Hazel Wltchle. MINNEAPOLIS CHAPTER TO HAVE FINAL MEET Minneapolis Chapter 'o. 9, O. E. S, will hold Us final meeting of the year Monday. There will be a class for initiation at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Public Installation of officers for the chapter will be held Dec. 28 at 9 p.m. at Scottish Rite temple. Mrs. Suzanne Haycock Is the new worthy matron, Frank Durand, the worthy patron, and Guy Howfeldt, assistant patron. Miss Marguerite Boege Is the associate matron, Mrs. Clara Brewington, secretary; Miss Sclma Knutson, treasurer; Mrs. Hulda Houghton, conductress, and Mrs. Nettie Llndskog, associate conductress. Mrs. Erma MacNamara will be Installed as Ada; Mrs. Ada Hughes, Ruth; Miss Ruby Morlne, Esther; Mrs. Jean McLeod, Martha; Mrs. Mabel Curtis, Electa; Mrs. Ruth MacAuley, chaplain; Miss Winifred Booth, organist; Mrs. Pearl Koch, marshal; Mrs. Agnes Griffith, warder; and Mrs. Alma Pfiff-ner, sentinel. CARD PARTY SERIES PLANNED FOB JANUARY Among the activities of the Ros-ary society of Ascension church la a series of afternoon card parties given at homes of members, Those who entertained during December were Mmes. G. Boucher, 3430 Humboldt avenue N.; William Smith, 1510 Emerson avenue N.; F. V. Holzapfel, 1518 Glrard avenue N.; C. Kuehn, 2601 Irving avenue N.; and Frank Hartmann, 1820 Du-pont avenue N. Those already scheduled to entertain at their homes during January are Mmes. F. W. Llemandt, Martin Somers, Phil Klesner, Bert GUI and Lillian Bclalr. MRS. E. .1. MOLES SAILS FOB TRIP TO BERMUDA Mrs. E. J. Moles, 1712 Dupoat avenue 8., sailed on the Fort Vic torla for Bermuda to spend the Christmas holidays. She was accompanied by Miss Margaret Rlghter, of Princeton, N. J. Miss Emily Longfellow, Dr. Homer B. Latimer Wed at Simpson Church Ceremony Followed by Reception at Home of Bride's Father; Bridal Couple to Live in Lawrence, Kansas rnERGREEN boughs banked the altar at Simpson Methodist church for the wedding of Miss Emily Myra Longfellow, daughter of D. W. Longfellow of Park avenue, to Dr. Homer B. Latimer, son of Mrs. L. B. Latimer of Lawrence, Kan., which was held this afternoon. The service was read by candlelight by Dr. Roy L. Smith, pastor of the church, assisted by Rev. Charles A. Arnold, pastor of the Dayton Avenue Presbyterian church, St. Taul. A prelude of organ music was played by Mrs. G. B. Farrar. The program Included 'To a Wild Rose" by MacDowcll, "Eventide" by Fairclough, a Brahms waltz and "The Shepard Girl's Sunday" by Ole Bull. The "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" was used as a processional and the Mendelssohn march as a recessional. Mrs. Er-net Dorn sang "Because," "I Love You Truly" and "At Dawning." During the Informal reception In the church following the ceremony Mrs. Farrar played "Andantino" by Lemare and Shubert's "Serenade." Bride Has Maid of Honor Miss Nellie Slrpless was Miss Longfellow's maid of honor and little Donna May Thorbus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Thorbus acted as flower girl. Dwlght W. Longfellow of Elk River was Dr. Latimer's best man and the ushers were Edward H. Woodruff of Duluth, Dwlght W. Longfellow, Jr., of Elk River, How-ard Perry, Robert McAdam and John Redpath of Bt. Paul. Pale green chiffon was worn by Miss Sirpless. Her gown was In princess style with a plain sleeveless bodice and a long circular SKirt. ne carried puiK roses. Pale yellow taffeta was worn by the flower girl who carried a basket of pink and white rose petals. The bride, who entered with hor father, was attired In white satin made with a fitted bodice and a skirt of Venetian lace dipping In back and slightly shorter In front. Her veil of tulle was fastened at the nape of the neck with orange blossoms which extended around her head In a wreath, and she carried a shower bouquet of white roses. Informal Reception Held An Informal reception was held In the church following the cere-' mony. In the evening there will be a reception at the home of the bride's parents. Invitutlons have been Issued to 60 guests. Holly wreaths and evergreens will decorate the rooms and the bride's table will be centered with he wedding cake and white tapers, tapers. Receiving with the bride and bridegroom will be Mr. Longfellow, the bride's father; Mrs. E. L. Morrison, her aunt, and Mrs. L. B. Latimer of Iwrence, Kan, mother of the bridegroom. Dr. Latimer and his bride will leave on a short trip, 4lurnLng to Minneapolis to spend the holidays with the bride's father. After Christmas they will leave for Lawrence, Kan, where they will make their home. For travel the bride Is wearing a green crepe de chine frock, trimmed with ecru, a green hat and a black seal coat. Out of town guests who were present at the ceremony Include Mrs. L. B. Latimer of Lawrence, Kan, mother of the bridegroom; Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hertz, Miss Mary Llvlngton and C. L. Hall of Eagle Butte, S. D, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Woodruff of Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hill of Little Falls and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Longfellow of Elk River. D.A.R. IS HOSTESS TO NIGHT SCHOOL PUPILS Sixty nv-mbers of the American-lzation evening classes in the Jackson school were guests of General James Knapp chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, In cooperation with the Minneapolis Council of Americanization, at a Christmas party Tuesday evening at the school. Mrs. Joseph G. Williams, regent of the chapter, presided over the program which Included tableaux directed by Miss Dorothy Murphy and chorus singing led by Mrs. Kathcrine Cady, teachers In the school. Musical numbers with violins and cello were given by the Misses Virginia Eames, Jane and Nancy Greer, with Miss Peggy Lou Eames at the piano. Miss Mada-line Roth and Junior Bevler gave dances. A group of Christmas stories Including an original story, "The Shepherd Boy of Bethlehem." was told by Mrs. Robert O. Cargill. The program was followed by dancing and refreshments. The committee In charge of ar-" rangements Included Mrs. Paul V. Eames, chairman, and Mmes. L. M. Harm, E. A. Rodgers, W. C. Robertson and A. C. Bdvler. C. D. Slehl Is principal ot Jackson evening school. CHILDREN'S PROGRAM IS HELD AT JOYCE ( HI l'.CII Forty-four churches of the West Lake (ilivtrict co-operaled In the second of a series of evening programs of religious education for parents and church school leaders, sponsored by the children's division of the Minneapolis Church Federation, and held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Joyce Methodist Episcopal church, Fremont avenue S. and Thlrty-flrst street. Mrs. Walter V. Halght Is chair- man of the children's division and Mrs. E. E. Sheasgreen was chairman of the evening program. Rev. C. K. Mahoney, pastor of the Joyce M. E. church talked on "The Worship of a Teacher," and Mrs. E. A. Buell conducted a service of worship for children four and five years of age. "Play Materials and their Appli leir Appii-of a tul Cory, (1 cations" was the subject by Mrs. Sue Armstrong "r n - ':; ' ' ",''' OGT I, ,1 ,r tith V, 'r':fi kt:'frr:&:4 mm 4 V;'V' lira's ' : : i ; ,; L i 'jfs&wh v o . r. V 'til " ) f . - , f .-. Sty rector of the Minneapolis Morning Nursery school. Mrs. H. B. Rut-ledge. Instructor In the Minneapolis Week Day School of Religious Education talked on "Marching on In the Week Day Schools." The third of the series of evening programs will be given on Jan, 28, in Trinity M. E. church. RIIO CHAPTER, PHI BETA, HOLDS CHRISTMAS PARTY Miss Rose Zachow, of Xerxes avenue S was In charge of arrangements for the Christmas party which Rho chapter of Phi Beta, national professional women's music and dramatic art fraternity at the Macl'hail School of Music, gave on Wednesday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Lysne of 1816 James inenue N. Miss Zachow was assisted by the Misses Margaret Henry, lone Olson, and Ruth Barnum, Acting on the reception committee were the Misses Veronica Domeler and Opal Church. Mrs. James E. Cracraft (Mary Nolan) had charge of the stunts and games played during the evening. She was assisted by Mrs. Ivar Hivertsen. Refreshments were In churge of Mmes. J. A. L. Walman and Minnie McRell. Those serving Included the Misses Harriet Charlson, Ingeborg Thorene and Alma S. Ruble. Honor guests at tho affair were the new members of Rho chapter Initiated last Sunday. Dancing, stunts and games furnished the entertainment for the evening and were followed by the presentation of gifts from a large Christmas tree. Dr. Lysne acted as Santa Claus. MEDICAL AUXILIARY HOLDS ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. John Curtln opened her home on West Lake Harriet Louie- , 0?i -"' Ti i h'oth x. rue iTA. y vard Wednesday for the annual Christmas party of the Women's Auxiliary of the Hennepin County Medical society. Christmas decorations were used' through the rooms and each member received a gift from a beautifully decorated Christmas tree. Miss Dorothy Humphrey gave a group of violin solos. Christmas carols were sung by a trio composed of Mmes. Beulah Lockwood Durfee and Arthur P. Bratrud, and Miss Florence Obcrg. Tea was served after the program. Mrs. M. J. Lajoie had charge of general arrangements. Mrs. C. W. Waldron was entertainment chairman. Hostesses Included Mmes. James Blake, D. F. Gosln, O. N. I'earce, Martin Nordland, SVC Thomas P. Quinby, Edward Paulson and J., R. Peterson. In the group cf assisting women were Mmes. Martin Aune, Jeanette El-tel. Eugene Strout, Hugh Tunstead, A. N. Bessescn, William Hoarn, George E. Eltel and R. M. Rosen-wald. JOHN EDWARD UOBR TO ARRIVE HOME SUNDAY John Edward Robb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond Robb of Washburn avenue S, will arrive tomorrow morning from Palo Alto. Calif, where he attends Sanford university as a freshman, to spend the holidays with his parents. He will be here for 10 jvs, ' Mm. Cole. v:ith Mr. Cole. who is vice-president of the organization, will be second in line in the grand march at the Twin 'City Notre Dame club Christmas party to be held at Hotel Radis-son Monday evening. Mrs. Bins, with Mr. Bins, secretary and treasurer of the club, witi be third in line at the ball and 'Mrs. Moes ivill be fourth with Mr. Moes, assistant secretary and chairman of finance. Mrs. Bins is a graduate of Georgetown Visitation convent at Washington, D. C, and of the University of Wisconsin. Mrs. Moes is a graduate of Wisconsin State Teachers' college. Miss Lackrie of Virginia, Minn., will be the guest of Eugene F. O'Brien, chairman of decorations, for the ball and Miss McCarthy of Chicago will be the guest of John R. Petrich, chairman of broadcasting and entertainment. fpHE House of Hope Presbyterian church In St. Paul was the scene of a wedding this afternoon when Miss Violet Hildred Johnston, daughter of Mrs. Mary J. Johnston of Abbott avenue S, became the bride of Tilmer S. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Peterson of Whitehall, Wis. Spruce boughs formed a background against which southern smilax and cathedral candles were placed. Rev. H. C. Swearingen read the service at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. J. Edward Skinner sang "Until" and "Oh Perfect Love." A program of nupital music was. played by the Misses Eleanor Dee-bach, organist, and Dorothy Dee-bach, violinist. ' Mrs. F. G. Bernard was her sister's matroiKof honor and Miss Gladys Amundson, ot- Aberdeen S. D. acted as bridesmaids. Little Betty May Bernard, daughter of Mrs. Bernard was the flower girl and her sister. Mary Jane, carried the ring. Carl Swanson of , Grand Forks, N. D, was the best man and the ushers were Andrew Tazey of, Aberdeen, S. D, and Thomas Elliot Deebach. Mrs. Bernard wore an orchid chiffon gown made with a plain sleeveless bodice and a long circular skirt. She had a silver cap and slippers and carried a bouquet of shaded pink roses tied with tulle to match her gown. Miss Amund-son's gown was of pale green chiffon made like Mrs. Bernard's. She had a silver cap and slippers and carried shaded pink roses tied with green. The bride's gift to her attendees was steel cut buckles. A green taffeta frock was worn by the flower girl who carried roses In a basket. Mary Jane Bernard wore a white satin page suit and carried the ring In a lily. Miss Johnston entered with her brother, Harrison V. Johnston. Her gown was of Ivory satin made with a fitted bodice having insets of Irish point lace, long tight sleeves and a skirt elongating in a train. Her tulle veil was held In a cap 'of the same lace as that in her gown and she carrlef a sheaf of calla lilies tied with white satin rlbboi). Her only ornament was a platinum lavaller set with dla-monds and emeralds, a fffc't from the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a dinner for the immediate families will bo held at the Curtis hotel. Later In the evening there will be a re-i .ceptlon at the home of the bride's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and t Mrs. H. V. Johnston of 4!)08 Ar- den avenue. The rooms will be dec-! orated with bouquets of roses and ivory, tapers and pink roses will center the bride's table. Mrs. Johnwton, the bride's mother, will wear a burgundy gown while Mrs. Johnston, sister-in-law of the bride, will be attired in black chiffon. Mr. Peterson will take his brldo on a wedding trip east. After Jan. 1 they will be at home In Aberdeen, S. D. For travel she Is wear-, lng a burgundy ensemble with a matching hat. MISS EFFIE BERGLUND WEDS RICHARD BARRIE Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berglund, of St. Paul, announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Effle Berglund, to Mr. Richard Barrle, son of Mrs. E. Barrle, of Minneapolis, Saturday evening, Dec. It. Rev. J. E. Llnner, of ZIon Lutheran church, St. Paul, read the service. The bride wore a wine colored gown with a full skirt, ankle length in back and slightly shorter in front, with hat and slippers to match, and a shoulder bouquet of gardenias. Miss Luella Anderson, of St. Paul, was bridesmaid. Miss Anderson wore a dress of golden brown, with hat to match. Archie Swelln, of Minneapolis, was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Barrle will make their home at 4348 Thirteenth ave- nue S, Minneapolis. MB. AND MRS. SWENSOX LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Swenson and daughter. Miss Florence Swenson, of Glrard avenue 8, after selling their home have left for Los Angeles, Calif. They will spend the holidays with ttfblr son Raymond Swenson. They will be away for several months. HOWARD SARGENT TO VISIT WIT1R PARENTS Howard Sargent, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sargent, of South St. ' Alban's street, St. Paul, will arrive today to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents. YOUNG PEOPLE ENTERTAIN ' AT DINNER BEFORE DANCE Miss Elizabeth Anne Stearns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Stearns of Goodrich avenue, St. Paul, and Miss Elizabeth Haga-man of Goodrich avenue will entertain at a dinner preceding the first of a series of dances to be given by the Young People's Dancing club at the Summit school on New Year's Eve. Permanent Waves Hansel Erred . Rlntlrt Ends No Kink or Frli Hhunpoo er ftP FlnfrWv CQC Free Marcel Brulor StuilrnU t'ndtr Expert Huprrvlalon Vaughn's Academy 17 MAHOIETTE AT. 88JJ T3f

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