Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on May 5, 1945 · 8
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Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii · 8

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f Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Saturday, May ,5, 1945 V: - IX 1 i i "A ! - AX .xv:-':':-:- I : "J' -tii : - 5 :LJ : ANNOUNCEMENT Is made to A SUMMER WEDDING is ew day of the engagement of Miss Mary Catherine Peden, above, to OF INTEREST to her many friends on the Big Island is the engagement of Miss Ethyle-Mae Beatty of Naalehn, Hawaii, to Capt. planned by Miss Agnes Marian Weatherwax, above, to Marvin - j :;.-::Vx;; t.::: THE BETROTHAL of Miss Stella Chlappetta, above, to Corporal Royal Matthews, USA, of Harmony, R. I, is told today by the brido elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gen naro Chlappetta of Honolulu. Basham, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. LeRoy fiartle of Honolulu. The bride elect is the daughter of Sir. and Mrs. James C. Peden. Howard Lewis Russell, USAAF, of W. Basham of Roanoke, Va. The engagement of their daughter was told recently by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Weatherwax. ATTRACTIVE BRIDES ELECT OF MAY are, left to right, Miss Suzanne Alice Duryea, engaged to Dean Everitt Witt of Los Angeles; Miss Ruth Irene McLaughlin, betrothed to Technical Sergeant Frank C. Sunderbruch, USAAF. Miss Duryea and her fiance are both attending USLA. Piioto of Miss Unger by David Muramoto. Just Chatting Miss Nadine Unger, engaged to Lt Robert C. Coryell, USAAF, and Mary Peden's Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. James C Peden of Honolulu have announced the engagement of their daughter, Mary fc i . r-. i By MARGO Miss uuryeas Marriage At Sacred Hearts' tnnnnpmpnt n DR. MILDRED STALEY, one of Catherine, to LeRoy Bartle, son of Honolulu's best known kamaaina enm " , Mainlander Told women, will be 80 years old to Mrs. Ernest H. KelL also of this city. morrow. No date has been set for the wed In aloha to her, St Andrew's Announcement is made today of guild and auxiliary had a surprise ding. The bride elect was graduated tea, complete to birthday cake, the engagement of Miss Suzanne Alice Duryea of Honolulu to Dean Everitt Witt of Los Angeles. 4 from Roosevelt high school, class of after the group's regular meeting Friday at the Judd St home of Miss Marie von Holt Miss Duryea is the daughter of Dr. Staley's career Is one of colorful interest and usefulness. Miss Chandler Betrothed To Army Major Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dorrance Chandler announce the engagement of their daughter, Martha Burr, to Maj. Lorenzo F. Mezzera, quartermaster corps, AUS. The date of the wedding is not yet definite but it will take place some time this summer or in the early autumn after Maj. Mezzera's return from the mainland where he is shortly to spnd his leave. ..,.. Miss Chandler is a graduate of Punahou and is employed in the army engineers office. Her father is manager of the New York Life Insurance Co. here. Maj. Mezzera, the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mezzera of Leavenworth, Kans, is a graduate of the University of Kansas and his fraternity is Phi Kappa. He has been in continuous overseas .service since he Nadine Unger To Marry Officer Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Unger of Honolulu announce the engagement of their daughter, Nadine Ottilie, to Lt Robert C. Coryell, USAAF, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coryell of Shasta Dam, CaL Miss Unger is a graduate of Roosevelt high school and was formerly employed by the Bishop National Bank of Hawaii. On her mother's side, she is the granddaughter of the late Capt and Mrs. Maximilliam Schlemmer. Capt. Schlemmer of the mercant marine was one of Hawaii's well known personalities. Lt Coryell attended Heald's Engineering college in California and was employed by the Morrison and Knudsen Constructing Co. before entering the army. He received his fighter pilot's wings at Luke field, Ariz. No wedding date has been One of the first women doctors Mrs. David Lee Grubb and Dr. Arthur W. Duryea, both of Honolulu. A graduate of Hanahauoli school here and Walnut Hill school at Natick, Mass., she is now attending the University of California at Los Angeles. She recently repre Miss Chiappetta t To Be Married Mr. and Mrs. Gennaro Chiappetta of Honolulu have announced th engagement of their daughter, Stella Mary, to Corporal Royal A. Matthews, USA, of Harmony, R. L No date has been set for the marriage. Miss Chiappetta is a graduate of Sacred Hearts academy and is now a secretary with the army exchang service, POA. mum Patricia Clement Sets Wedding Date Miss Patricia Clement daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Clement of Honolulu, has selected Juno 23 as the date for her marriage to George E. Soper, son of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Soper of this city. Miss Clement is with Castle & Cooke, Ltd. Her fiance is with tht Hawaiian air depot Both attended Roosevelt high school. n m Rebekah Meeting The Progressive club of Pacific Rebekah lodge No. 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. Lillie R. Chalmers, 1133 Hassinger St, for sewing Tuesday, May 8. The anniversary luncheon will be served by officers of the club at 12:30 p. m. with Olive Branch. Social club members as invited guests. from Hawaii, she was born in Honolulu. She was graduated from Cambridge university. Following graduation she spent 19 years as a medical missionary in north India. Although she has been retired from medical work for some time, Miss Ruth Irene McLaughlin, who is with the army port and service command, has chosen Sacred Hearts church in Punahou as the setting for her marriage May 19 to Technical Sergeant Frank D. Sunderbruch of the army air forces. ... The bride elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McLaughlin of San Francisco. She attended the University of Washington at Se-attle and the University of California at Berkeley. The bridegroom to be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Sunderbruch of Davenport la. He attended St Ambrose college at Davenport Miss Lois Lee of Hilo will be Miss McLaughlin's only attendant at the 10 a. m. wedding. Keith Hol-venstot of Davenport will be best man. m m Nurses To Meet The City-County Nurses association will meet at 4:15 p. m. May 7 at the Mabel Smyth memorial building. The by-lawa will be revised at this meeting. sented the sophomore class of her university as an attendant in the queen's court during Homecoming Week activities. Hartford, Conn. Capt. Russell is on duty somewhere in the Pacific at the present time. Miss Beatty To Become Bride Of Airman Coming as a surprise to her many friends on the Big Island was the announcement of the engagement of Miss Ethyle-Mae Beatty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Beatty of Naalehu, Hawaii, to Capt. Howard Lewis Russell, USAAF, son of Mrs. Anne H. Russell of Hartford, Conn. The betrothal was made known recently at a small dinner party given at the Beatty home. A few of Miss Beatty's friends were asked. Also present was Mrs. Joe Tully (Althea Beatty), who flew to Hawaii from Honolulu to attend her sister's engagement party. ... The attractive bride elect Is a graduate of Hilo high school. She attended the University of Hawaii - and the Phillips Commercial school in Honolulu. She is now with the Hilo offices of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. Capt Russell attended Trinity college at Hartford, Conn, and Pratt institute in New York. Before entering the service he was with the United Aircraft Corp. and the Wright Aeronautical Corp. He is stationed somewhere in the Pacific at the present time. No wedding has been set ' n m - Virginia Thomas To Be Bride This Afternoon .: The First Christian church of Honolulu will be arranged with white butterfly orchids in the chancel and with plumeria markers for the pews this afternoon for the marriage of Miss Virginia Ellen Thomas and Lt John Martin Law, USN. she is still active in community affairs. One result of her retirement is her charming book, Tapestry of Hawaiian Memories, published Her engagement is being made 1943. She is associated with the selective service system. Mr. Bartle, graduate of the same school, same class, is in the U. S. naval reserve. The engagement was made known at a dinner party given for the betrothed couple's families and Intimate friends. m m YWCA Convention Letters already have been received by the electoral membership of the YWCA calling attention to the. "Times Demand" convention held recently ,on the mainland. The board of directors of the Honolulu YWCA have now called all of its voting members to a similar conference to be held May 12 from 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. in the community room of the YW. Mrs. Rolla K. Thomas, vice president of the YWCA, is general chairman. Mrs. Joseph W. Lam is chairman of the steering committee. Under the direction of Mrs. Steele Stewart the Times Demand, a dramatic poem will be read. This poem was written especially for the national convention. The known to her Delta Zeta sorority sisters on her birthday Monday when she will pass the traditional box of candy at her sorority house. On the kamaaina side, Dr. Staley entered the army in September of Mr. Witt son of the late Mr. and is the daughter of the late Rt. Rev. Thomas Staley, first Episcopal bishop of Honolulu. Sffe also is a goddaughter of the late Queen Emma. 1941, and has been stationed in Honolulu since June, 1942. Before entering the service Maj. Mezzera was associated with his taffeta complemented by a matching Juliet cap. The Misses Alma Correia in yellow, Nora Correa in blue and Marion Brissette in orchid will be the bridesmaids. They also will wear Juliet caps to match father in the Reveille Uniform Co. Mrs. Herman Witt of Los Angeles, is an outstanding student at UCLA. He plays quarterback on the football team and is president of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and of Phi Phi, men's honorary fraternity. He is second in command of the UCLA navy battalion, holding the rank of ensign. of Leavenworth, Kans., and Ft. Smith, Ark. While en Toute to visit his par their gowns. All the cttendants will carry colonial bouquets of spring flowers. Best man will be Corporal Ray No wedding date has been chosen. bum At Library ents, Maj. Mezzera will visit his prospective sister hi law, Mrs. Ralph Moore (Dorrance Chandler) and Madam Moore at their Sacramento the present time are dramatized and presented as a challenge to th YWCA. outstanding problems and issues of Miss Petterson mond J. Madsen, USA. Ushers, all of the army, will be Staff Sergeant The popular Rosemarie Price Maze is home with her 10 months old son, Skipper, to stay with her parents, the Louis Prices of Ko-maia drive, while Maj. Robert Maze is somewhere in the Pacific as commanding officer of a marine air squadron. - Rosemarie has been away for quite awhile. After finishing Pu-nahon in 1941, she went to Stanford, where she pledged Delta Gamma. After two years at Stanford she married the major at the naval air station at Jacksonville, Fla. Prior to returning to Honolulu, she stayed in Modesto, CaL, the major's home town. An official army movie, War Comes to America, will be shown at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the Library ranch. Mrs. Moore's husband, Lt. CoL To Be Bride Today Ralph Moore, is stationed at Win of Hawaii auditorium. This film has been placed high on the army list of "must" movies for servicemen as well as civilians. The marriage of Miss Charlotte ston-Salem, N. C, with the office of flying safety. Lt CoL and Mrs. Moore were married in Honolulu in May, 1936. m m The public is cordially invited to the library showing. OES Meeting Mary Petterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Petterson of Honolulu, to Sergeant Harvey C. Mc-Cune, USA, son of Harry H. Mc-Cune of Knoxville, Tenn., will be solemnized this afternoon at Sacred Hearts church, Punahou. Father John E. Ruppert will perform the Give a, Fine American Perfume Harold T. Sammons, Corporal Andrew Derzax and Private First Class Ralph Long. The reception will be given at the Knights of Pythias hall on Union St. The couple will go to Hawaii on their wedding trip and will make their home upon their return at 515 Iolani Ave. Miss Petterson Is employed at the Bank of Hawaii. She was graduated from Sacred Hearts academy and the Galusha Business school here. Sergeant McCune was graduated from Du Bois high school at Du Bois, Pa. Congratulations are in order for Leahi chapter No. 2, OES, will hold its stated meeting Sunday at 1 p, m. at the Masonic Temple at Capt and Mrs. John S. Huyler and The bride elect Is the daughter Dr. and Mrs. Henry D. Appenzeller, of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla K. Thomas of ceremony. Mr." Petterson will give The Huylers had their first child, Honolulu. She is a graduate of Indi his daughter in marriage. a boy; born here at an army hos ana university where she pledged Makiki and Kinau Sts. . All stations will be filled by the past officers with Mrs. Ethel L. Koss and Alexander B. Potts in the East All Eastern Stars are Invited. Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She The bride will wear white bro pital at 1:42 p. m. Sunday, and the Appenzellers became grandparents has been associated with the Girl that day for the first time. Mate her dreams cf com true. Glvs her a large bottle, so that Capt Huyler is with the army m caded satin made with basque bodice,, square neckline, long fitted sleeves and a full skirt ending in a train. Her fingertip tulle veil will be caught by a lace crown and she will carry white orchids. Her only Scouts as field executive for the last two years. Lt Law, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde O. Law of Wheeling, W. Va., is a graduate of West Virginia- China. His wife is the former Mar garet Appenzeller, daughter of Dr. VJAR-TILIE SHORTAGES Appenzeller, pastor of the First Metier ikon a dozen Wesleyan and did graduate work at Methodist church, and Mrs. Appen jewelry will be a jade cross, gift zeller. of the bridegroom to be. Margaret ' returned to Honolulu the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. ... - Mrs. Jacob Rodrigues will be her she need never be without the romantic aura of th loveliest of groomtng essentials. And your lavish gift will not cost a lavish sum for teigh Perfume h Fine American Perfume ot on American Price. hankies sister's matron of honor in aqua -4. several months ago. Prior to returning she was making her home - The bride elect has chosen a in Greenwich, Conn. Her son has been named John S. Huyler IV. ter in marriage. white satin gown of smart simplicity for the wedding. The gown is styled with sweetheart neckline, long sleeves and a fitted bodice. The skirt ends in a terse train. The fingertip veil will be caught to a , Juliet cap with, pearls belonging to the bride elect's mother. The bride Mrs. Thomas will attend her don't bother Honolulu Babies They drink TARO-LACTIN the Infant Food made from Poi Taro-Lactin is on salt at leading . grocarios and drug stores JQ50f fj THE OUNCE daughter's marriage in an aqua jersey dress with a small toque arranged with a chaplet of flowers. She will wear orchids at her Stuffy Nostrils dv to colds WHAT'S the iim of Boiling m many handkerchiefs trying to blow laueua out of stopped up aoetrila? Men tbolatum will do a much better job with-out blowing, without straining, without aoiaa and fua. Insert Men tbolatum ia. ; yow nostrils, and in a little while the i congestion will clear and yon will be ' able to breathe more easily. to be also Willi wear a string of The reception will be held at the pearls, bne will carry a . white shower bouquet of cattleya and butterfly orchids, i Miss Clarise Cross will be maid Oahu Country club. 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