The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on January 4, 1931 · 33
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i SUNDAY MORNING. 2os anciclesassr&imcs '- JANUARY 4. 1931 rPART ni:V ( t If 0 2316-18 WEST SEVENTH ST. VCestfaks Square LOS ANGELES JL O 7 ANNOUNCES General Clearance of Reason's sApparcl ,5 .'5 GOATS . HATS . in (Ready-io-ear , French dJmports Millinery ENTIRE COLLECTION INCLUDED DiimjniniLiiiff.inrmiJin iimirmminimiinnnaiiiininniDininniiiiniiiinnniiniiiiiiimnniinimimg I Teas, Dinners and Receptions I MUMiimaHmiiuiioiiiimiHiaHMiiim D. Southbridge. L. A. McLaughlin, J. L. Grant. J. C. Walte. A. O. Harris, M. B. Langosh. T. E. Taylor, L. W. Englander. H G. Sorenson. Har-ley H. Davis and J. R. Harriss. One of the smart New Year's Eve dinner-dances Was that of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bellew of North Argyle avenue. Hollywood, In the new supper-room of the club. The table was decorated with pink and yellow roses interspersed with tall lighted tapers. Covers were laid for Messrs. and Mmes. H. D. Cane, W. P. Ade, Paul Weiler, N. V. Rheims, P. G. Weiss. H. R. Purdon, R. D. Reinbeck, V. Lawrence Hayden, L. W. Lawton, G. D. Davis and D. E. Franklin. A charming affair of the holiday reason was the bridge-tea given by Mrs. Guy Price in honor of Mrs. James Todd Weil in the galeria of the club Wednesday. Poinsettias and red candles carried out the Christmas motif utilized in the decorations by the host- CSS Amone: the guests were Mmes. J. Cartwright McCarthy, L. C. Spencer, C. J. Lanwood, T. L. HurlocK, James T. McKinley. M. C. Albright, A. K. McDonald, Frank Reynolds, Harbert SmarofT and R. G. Wright. Golden Wedding Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Johnston of 1418 Fremont avenue,, South Pasa dena, entertained in honor of Mrs. Johnstons father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Jeffers of 2784 Fleur Drive. San Marino, who are cele brating their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday. During the eve ning they were very much surprised when a number or their mends came in to help them celebrate. The evening was passed with bridge. Supper was served at midnight, at which time a beautiful gift was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Jeffers, by the guests who included Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Probst. Mr. and Mrs. T. Curtis Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Oneal, Mis Marion Adams, Miss Elsa Evans, Mrs. Lula M. Hayes, Mr. Harry Stems, all of South Pasadena. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene O'Hare and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Haver. San Marino; Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Mann, Eagle Rock; Miss Hazel Work, Long Beach; Mrs. Florence Riggs, Long Beach; Miss Mary Hitchcock, Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs.- Jeffers were married at BeallsviUe, O., and made their home in Ohio until com ing to Los Angeles In 1913. They moved to San Marino In 1927. Mr. Semk CHBAKER'S GREATEST dwmSnOE SALE Drastic Reductions! OUR ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED! $6.50 to $16.50 Values NOW to "BOWETTE" $185 12 "Boivette" is Black Suede, the ovhi trim. very smart step-in model in The Bow and perforations are "REGENT OPERA" YX $85 la Y2a '--V Formerly Always smart The Regent Opera. It is presented in black or brown Sued. CONFORMING TO THE PRESENT TREND FOR OUTSTANDING -MERCHANDISE AT SUBSTANTIALLY LOWER PRICES. We Have Reduced Our Entire Stock THIS IS OUR SUPREME EFFORT TO MEET PRESENT NEEDS. Baker's Sales Are "Twice a Year and Twice Only" OFFICER NOW Ch ADMIRAL'S STAFF mmm '"I -i X' Curtis Biltmore studios Lieut. Stanley Fletcher Patten Lieut, and Mrs. Stanley Fletcher Patten, with their 6-year-old son, Stanley Fletcher Patten, Jr., are making their home during the former's detail with the U.S.S. New Mexico, at 1905 East First street, Long Beach. Lieut. Patten was attending Columbia University during the recent World War, but entered the Navy, specializing in communication duty aboard the U.S.S. Pennsylvania. He was stationed at San Diego with the destroyer squadron from 1920 to 1925, then attended the Naval Academy and Yale University for post-graduate work. He is on Rear-Admiral Luke McNamee's staff in charge of communications. Mrs. .Patten was formerly Miss Dorothy Bartholomew of San Diego and is a native daughter of California. HOSIERY ALL SILK PICOT EDGE CHIFFONS $1.00 the pair SERVICE CHIFFONS or SHEER DULL CHIFFONS 51.59 the pair 3 pairs $4.50 311 W. Fifth St. In Pasadena at 282 E. Colorado St 629 S. Broadway 412 W. Seventh St. 451 S. Broadway Pasadena at 2S2 E. Colorado St Jeffers was an attorney In Ohio and practiced in Los Angeles until retiring one years ago. Mrs. Johnston is their only child. At Palm Springs The New Year's Eve frolic anfl dance at El Mirador, Palm Springs, attracted a number of society folk, including Mrs. Montague Glass and daughter, of Washington, D. C. and Pasadena: D. J. Kohl-satte and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dabney, Santa Barbara; Graeme MacDonald, Stanford: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Van Sickel, Coronado; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bljur, New York; Mai. L. Lowengart, Portland, Or.; Mrs. Hugh H. Walker. Palo Alto; Miss Bernardin Jordon, Green Bay, Wis. Beverly Hills residents who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall, Mrs. George Bavin and L. W. Det-zer. Among the San Franciscans were Mrs. Pollock Grahan and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. George. Angelenos present were Clifford Klarer. L. H. Obendorf. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lin-thlcum, Mr. and Mrs. William Evans and Miss Virginia Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Behrends, Mrs. Alfred Wunder, Alfred Newmark, Miss Helen Spitz, Mrs. Charles Yil-bury and Mite Vaughan. Bridge-Dinner An attractive affair of Tuesday evening was the bridge-dinner given by Mrs. Rose Sink. 1809 South Berendo avenue, for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stein and their son and daughter of Akron, O. The Christmas motif prevailed in the decorations. The Steins, who drove here from Akron, will remain until February as the house guests of Mrs. Ray Belrs of Sycamore avenue. At Hotel Del Coronado The opening of the Silver Grill last night was one of the outstanding features of the holiday week at Hotel Del Coronado, the entire week was gay with many parties, beginning with a candlelight supper Christmas Eve, following the inauguration of talking pictures in the ballroom, a number of gala Christmas dinners and on through the bi? New Year's Eve celebration and dinner parties of New Year's Day. Holiday decorations made the big hotel a veritable fairyland throughout the week as a giant cedar, scintillating with 1000 varicolored electric lights, was illumined each night during the week in front of the house, while perched on the west tower was another huge tree similarly decorated, both shedding their radiance far out to sea and for miles down the Silver Strand. The lobby presented a scene of splendor, with its white and silver trees, brilliant poinsettias, branches of pine trees with silvered cones, and boughs of mistletoe, while between the entrances to the dining and Crown Room was a master painting of the Three Wise Men and the Star of Bethlehem. The great dining sala was ablaze with a myriad of red candles, poinsettias, Christmas trees and holly wreaths. Among the dinner hosts at the opening of the Silver Grill were Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Barr. who entertained a coterie of young folk In honor of Jack and Homer Oatman, sons of Dr. and Mrs. Homer C. Oatman, liome for their Christmas vacation. Jack Oatman is attending Stanford University, while his brother is a student at McGill University, Montreal. Lieut, and Mrs. Royal Lovell, who are leaving for China, were other honor guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse B. Alexander, of the Gaylord, Los Angeles, who were down for the week-end, gave a dinner iorVr. and Mrs. James L. Belt, the Misses Elizabeth and Bonnie Belt. Miss Alice Halliday, the Misses Fritzi and Kathleen Ken-dell, Mrs. Eliza Kendell, George Kendell and Sam Merrick. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Thompson and their daughter. Miss Mildred Thompson, and Miss Joan McNeil were Los Angeles guest over the Coronado, coming down for the Christmas vacation of Miss Thompson and Miss McNeill, both of whom are students at Marlborough School. They will go to Palm Springs and back by, the circle route. They were also guests in the Silver Grill Saturday night, their party including Ted Griffen, R. V. P. Rogers, Tom Shoemaker and Mrs. Helen Balrd. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Summerfleld, with their daughter. Miss Esther, and their sons,. Marvin and William, of Los Angeles, passed a few days at the hotel at the end of the week on their return to the north from Mexico. Dr. and Mrs. Radovan Ncdelkov Delitch, of Pasadena, motored down for Christmas at Hotel Del Coronado, remaining for several days. Mme. Delitch. famous as the Silver Queen, was formerly Mrs. Suzanne Bradford Emery Holmes, widow of the late Col. Edwin Francis Holmes of Pasadena and Salt Lake. Mrs. John T. Mason of Denver, who is wintering in Pasadena, motored down to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Porter, for the holidays. Malcolm D. and Dudley S. Wright, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Melville S. Wright, Joined their parents for the holidays. Malcolm Wright Is attending Santa Clara University, while his brotheV is a student at Los Angeles Junior College. Brig.-Gen. John H. Russell, UJ3.M.C., and Mrs. Russell, have arrived from Washington and are at the hotel until they go to the home which they will later occupy. Gen. Russell has come to take command of the marine base, relieving Brig.-Gen. Robert M. Dunlap. Gen. Russell was High Commissioner in Haiti for eight years. Miss Margaret Benson came from Los Angeles to Join her father, W. T. Benson, of Salt Lake, where they have spent the holiday season for the past three years. Mr. and Mrs. George Prescott Wells of New York, who reached here befoia Thanksgiving to remain for the winter, and were suddenly called back east, have returned to the hotel, accompanied by the letter's mother, Mrs. T. L. Lape, who will remain with them here for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin H. Scribner, of Toledo, who have been at Villa Carlotta in Hollywood for a fortnight, seeing the new shows and visiting old friends, returned for Christmas and will remain for the winter. Mrs. V. P. Gilbert and Miss Helen Gilbert, of Hollywood, are here for a few days before going to Agua Caliente. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wood and the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. Reinhardt, of Los Angeles, were guests over the holiday week, and Mrs. Loraine Y. Avery and Miss Minerva Greene were other Angelenos here during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Meldrin Burrill of Huntington Park, and Lew Elsas of Los Angeles, motored down for Christmas week at the resort and to attend the races at Agua Caliente. Mrs. George B. Ellis and Dr. Anna E. Rude also motored down from Los Angeles for the holidays. Formal Announcement Mr. and Mrs. August Winstel, 1147 South Alvarado street, have formally announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Bertha Winstel, to Jackson Joseph Hay, son of the late Harry R. Hay and Mrs. Hay. .The wedding date has not been set. The bride-elect was graduated from the We'stlake School for Girls and attended the University of Southern California, where she became a member of Zeta Phi Eta, national honorary dramatic sorority. She is treasurer of the junior section of the Catholic Woman's Club. Mr. Hay attended Notre Dame and is Commodore of the Alamitos Bay Yacht Club. Betrothal Told Mrs. Annie H. Knull, 509 Jackson street, Pasadena, was the hostess at a charmingly appointed surprise party given December 27 for her niece, Miss Ruth Elizabeth Howell. The affair served as the occasion for the announcement of the engagement of the honoree to James F. P. Thomson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Thomson of Claremont. The bride elect is the daughter of Mrs. Charles Howell of Fontana. Invitations for th event were Issued by the Misses Ramona Hoyle and Marjorie Brockway, close friends of the honoree. After an eve ning of bridge, the guests were entertained by Miss Agnes Thomson, sister of the bridegroom-to-be, who sang a paraphrase of "When Love Is Kind" which revealed the engagement. The favors were block print cards of an engagement ring, black on silver, framing a silhouette of the bethrothed. Decorations were in the Yuletide motif. Those bidden were Miss Marjorie Brockway, Mrs. Dorothy Brockway Sivertson, Miss Ramona Hoyle, Miss Clara Haddock, Miss Ruth Yoder, Miss Josephine Stevenson, Miss Frances Rowins, Miss Marion Smith, Miss Louisa Laws, Miss Agnes Thom son, Miss Katherine Barrett, Miss Bonnye Deal, Miss Mame Brachen, Miss Anita Hein, Mrs. James Thomson and the bride-elect. , Miss Howell was graduated from Pasadena High School and Pomona College, while her fiance was graduated from Pomona College and the California Institute of Tech nology. He claims membership In Phi Delta. fj achat v esses Banded With Fur . . . A New Note For Spring WiWfft t it V . LtA":,!.:."! mm mmimimmmm ii . . . . flfif mm) mm mm .. fete- vawA PASTEL LACE is singularly charming when it adds a short sleeved bolero with squirrel edged, elbow length sleeves (right above) 5975 IMPORTED PAISLEY prints bring the gorgeous colorings of the Orient to grace modern formalities. With a ballast of flying squirrel (left, above) 98 SHORT SLEEVED SUITS with fur banded sleeves (to be worn with long, wrinkled gloves, of course) are particularly smart in navy crepe with ermine bands, as sketched . . . . Q00 M.YER SlEGEL & Co. In Pasadena Colorado it Lei RobTci 733 South Flower ... Los Anjelei In Hollywood Hollywood Blvd. at Las Plm FREE PAHKiNG-Thf Hours-WITH ANY PURCHASE Mrs. Copple Entertains One of the charming courtesies of recent date was the bridge din ner gi"en by Mrs. Frank T. Copple at her home in La Crescenta, hon oring her mother, Mrs. Arthur E. Peat, and her brother Allan Peat, whose birthday anniversaries are two days apart. There were sixty-four guests. The Copple home was beautifully decorated with poinsettias and holly. The hostess was assisted by her grandmother, Mrs. Lillian Higglns, Mr. Copple's mother, Mrs. Rose Copple and by her aunt Mrs. D. M. Foss and daughter, Miss Mabel Foss. Last Sunday Mrs. Copple enter tained with a bridge-supper honor ing Mrs. Frank Burrows of Bur- Ungame. Sixteen guests were bidden. Wed Christmas Day The chapel of the First Methodist Church of Hollywood was the scene of a pretty wedding Christmas Day when Miss Kaleta Bell Kell, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs, William C. Kell of Eagle Rock, became the bride of Dr. Ralph Boone Oliver with Dr. Frank A. Leak of Eagle Rock officiating. The altar was decorat ed with ferns, yellow chrysanthe mums and tall cathedral candies. Given In marriage by her father, the bride was attractively gowned in white Canton crepe, cut on Elm' pie lines and her bridal veil was of hand-embroidered tulle. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses, gardenias and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Ralph Brown, the bridegroom's sister, who assisted as matron of honor, wore a green satin frock and carried yellow roses and vellow sweet peas. The other at' tendants, the Misses Marguerite Wight, Fern Fe aster and Winifred Woodward were gowned In varying shades of yellow satin and carried sweet peas oi a correspond ing color. Little Alice Swinnerton, wearing a long dress of yellow satin was the flower girl. Ralph Brown was best man and the ushers were Charnock Worden, Dr. Hal Power and Dr. Roy Frechette. After the ceremony a reception was held for the bridal party and relatives at the home of the bride's parents. The dining-room table was decorated with fern, orange blossoms and candles and each guest received as a souvenir a piece of cake which was baked on the bride's first birthday. Upon their return from a week's honeymoon at Lake Arrowhead Dr. and Mrs. Oliver will make their home in Hermosa Beach. Mrs. Oliver was graduated from Broadoaks, Pasadena. She is a member of Tau Alpha Kappa and Is a teacher in Hermosa Beach. Dr. Oliver was graduated from the college of dentistry, University of Southern California. Military Affair New Year's Eve was celebrated by the Three Hundred and Sixty-fourth Infantry with a dinner-dance at the Town House with the adjutant, Capt. C. B. Leasure, in charge. One hundred and fifty guests attended the affair which was conducted with military formality, Including Col. Dwight M. Green, regimental commander; CoL Halsey E. Yates, Col. and Mrs. George H. Chase, Col. and Mrs. H. Y. Upham and party, Col. D. J. Brady and his daughter. Miss Carroll Brady, who is home from the University of California at Berkeley; Col. William H. Fairbanks. Col. C. F. E. Nelson, Capt. and Mrs. J. D. Chamblis, Capt and Mrs. Patrick Kelly and party and Capt. and Mrs. C. B. Leasure. Another charming affair of re cent date at the Town House was the dinner - dance given by M. and Mme. Henri Dldot. Their guests included Mr. and Mrs. R. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. L. Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. C. Crelin, Mr. and Mrs. S. Paillac and Carrington 1L Stone. Alumni Tea The Alumni Association of the Cumnock School of Expression entertained at tea Sunday afternoon, in honor of Mary Agnes Doyle of the Goodman Theater, Chicago. Miss Doyle was formerly Identified with the Cumnock faculty and recently gave a series of six recitals for the speech arts section of the Southern California Teachers Association. Besides the members of the Cum nock Aiunml Association, other (Cmttaoe4 m Page T, Column 1) PASACA Bar t. iTrr .'aatracccwMOWMii WiTZEEb 2113 WEST SEVENTH At Westlake Park SANTA BARBARA PHOENIX ortant ing l asnion ; Announcement Every evpress brings new shipments of Advance Spring modes. Southern Cali-forniA's ideal January weather justifies our showing of New Spring Apparel and Millinery far in advance ... even before they appear in New York's Fifth Avenoe shops. Switscr's exclusive style? now ready for all occasions of town and country wear,, from clever sports through a wide assortment of glorified prints to dinner and formal gowns Our present shop is too small for our business. We do not have room for both Winter apparel and new Spring fashions. For this reason all Winter Dresses, CownS Coats, Sportswear and Hats now reduced to final Gearance prices. PATRONS' GARAGE. ..7o SOUTH LAKE STREET 5J

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