The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on September 1, 1937 · 28
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 28

Los Angeles, California
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Wednesday, September 1, 1937
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g WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1, 1937PART II.fl r Honors Paid Saturday's . Bride Miss Church to Wed on Parents' Silver Anniversary Miss Elizabeth May Church will become the bride-of Rollin Lee McNitt, Jr., on Saturday afternoon at the home of het parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mel- r ville Church, who will celebrate , their twenty-fifth wedding an niversary on the same day. The bride has been the center of a, round of prenuptial parties. Tomorrow Mrs. Jack Smale will give a swimming party and barbecue supper at her home in Manhattan Beach com plimentary to Miss Church and f Mr. McNitt. On Monday Mrs. Earl Crokett (Margaret Johnson) gave a miscellaneous shower and tea at the home of her mother, Mrs. William A. Johnson, in honor of Miss Church. Following the wedding rehearsal Friday evening, Mrs. Church will entertain at a supper party at her home on Milan avenue. Miss Church attended Pomona College and was graduated from Stanford University in June. Mr. McNitt, also a Stanford graduate, belongs to Kappa Sigma and Phi Delta Phi. SOUTHLAND DEB m Clubdom Today I L - Council Thrift Shop Benefit tea and lecture at the home of Mrs. Morris Harris, Fremont Square. Los Angeles Garden Club Lecture at 10:30, 3DS0 Menlo avenue. McKinlcy Home Auxiliary Dessert bridge at 12:30 at the home of Mrs. A. L. McGue, 1809 Winona avenue. ! . John If. Reagan Chapter, V. ISon Arrives O Luncheon-meeting at 12:30,! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Park Rosslyn Hotel. . Griffin (Josephine Joplin) are Mary Ann Spencer Tent So. receiving congratulations over 29 Regular meeting at 1, Fa-1 the arrival of a son who will be triotic Hall. i called Harold Harber Griffin. A deb from the Southland who has been seeing the sights of Honolulu and San Francisco is Miss Mary Easton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Easton. She is seen here on her way to dine at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel in the Bay City. State. Chief Will Talk to Chapter U.D.C. Members to Inaugurate Season With Luncheon John H. Reagan Chapter, United Daughters of the Confed eracy, will begin tne tan season today noon at a luncheon in the Rosslyn. Mrs. Ezra Scattergood, State president, will discuss "The Life of Admiral Raphael Sem-mes." M4ss Snow Anna Ward, president, will receive visiting daughters. Open House to Be Celebrated Open house all day will be celebrated by Exposition Park Women's Club tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Lillian M. Margoze-witz. Mrs. Hattie Von Bergen, president, will conduct executive board meeting at 11 a.m., followed by dessert-bridge at noon. Hostesses are Mmes. Von Bergen, Margozewitz, Alice S. Knapp, Ruth H. Feigley, Beatrice Chambers, Alice Bridjette, C. B. Walker and Margaret Wisdom, ways and means chairman. Miss Ruth II. Feigley will continue as press chairman. SUGAR AND SPICE BY ALMA WHITAKER The incomparable P. G. Wode- house says he is quite petrified at the idea of appearing at a public meeting and is incapable of making a speech. So today the International Mark Twain Society will bestow its honors upon him in .his own canyon home. Edward Carroll Sibley, vice-president, will present the medal, inscribed "P. G. Wode- house, Modern Terence," after a cosy lunch with the author. The original plan was to got Wodehouse to the John O'Lon- don Club and perform the cere mony in style, but these shy men do ball things up; He now shares glory with Oliver Wendell Holmes, Mussolini, President Roosevelt, Marconi, Gen. Pershing, W. W, Jacobs and Stephen Leacock. In the meantime, besides draw ing a nice tat stipend lor Avnt-ing screen plays here, Wodehouse has just sold a story he wrote twenty years ago to an other studio! A few years ago P. G. Wode house and I revolutionized the picture industry. Over a cup of tea in his garden, he sighed that he had been on the pay roll at $2000 a week for a year and not done a lick of work for it. The checks hung heavy on his conscience. The story went around the world, studio financiers took note, and "reorganization" thundered in. Cruiser Requires Bridge Builder Great excitement on Las Pal-mas avenue Sunday, when the twenty -four-foot cabin cruiser which Vesey O'Davoren had been building for more than a year in his back yard was moved to San Pedro. They had to build a bridge to- get it, out and it took about seven hours. He has built smaller boats before, which have captured trophies. Vesey is a direct descendant of England's Duke of Wellington, and his wife is the clever portrait painter, Ivy de Verley. They will attend the Commo dore's Cruise at the Isthmus on Catalina Island this week, event de luxe of the yachting brigade. Nancy Hatch Betrothed Santa Barbara Deb to Wed in Spring Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Nancy Hatch, daughter of Mrs. Samuel Grantham Hatch of Santa Barbara, to William Kelso Russum, son of Mr. and Mrs. OI in Lansing Russum of Boston and San ta Barbara. Miss Hatch is a graduate of the Santa Barbara Girls' School and Is a member-of the Junior League and the Spinsters. She is a sister of Mrs. William Hayward and niece of Mrs. Ern est O. McCormick of San Fran cisco, and Charles Henry of Cincinnati. Mr. Russum is the grandson of the late Henry Pat-ton of New York. The wedding will take place in the spring. - From Alabama Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Baker are entertaining house guests, Misses Margaret and Evelyn Cul-verhouse of Birmingham, Ala. New Slip Covers Give Key to Smart Color Scheme Make a slip cover for yourones in green and beige; for an- sofa and build a refreshing new color scheme around it. Complicated? Not a -bit For the sofa starts with a multi-col ored fabric like chintz or print' ed linen. Use colors from its de sign to slip your chairs. Try a terra cotta material with design in beige and brown. For one chair, select plain terra cotta stripes alternating with figured Oakland Man Weds Angeleno Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arcularius announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Lisetta Arcular ius, to Mervin Vater of Oakland in the Wee, Kirk o' the-Heather. Mrs. A. Leslie Vater of Modesto was matron of honor and Miss Georgia Arcularius maid of honor. A. Leslie Vater served his brother as best man and ushers were William Parcher and Henry Smith. Mr. Vater and his bride are graduates of the University of California. other a beige cover welted in green. , With a sofa in bottle green, a smart choice is self-figured beige for one chair; a dusty rose, nar rowly striped in beige, for another. Fitting a trim sofa cover la easy if you pin on material before cutting. Remember to center fabric design on each seat cushion and each division of back. Our thirty-two-page booklet, "How to Make Slip Covers," gives diagrams, step-by-step directions for all kinds of slip cov ers. New materials, colors, styles. Send 10 cents (coin preferred) for your copy of The Times Home Service Bureau, 202 West First street. Los Angeles. CI. Write, plainly name and address. Please allow seven days for delivery. Garden Tea Complimenting members of the Women's Auxiliary of the Opto- metric Association, Mrs. William M. Ketchum entertained at tea Friday in the gardens of her Pasadena home. Virginia Vosburg Plans Wedding Within Month Miss Virginia Slauson Vosburg, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth McMechen Vosburg of Pasadena, and Paul Hatfield Marston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Marston of Pasadena, whose engagement was announced in April of last year, made application for a marriage license yesterday. 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