The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on October 13, 1946 · 43
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 43

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, v - ......... . 1 . 8 fartiv-suNDAY.ocT.ixi lomtltsimt r.rtmrMc R&liaicmz GtOUD S Associates Plan Tea Series TODAY is Curtis photo BEACH RITES -Shirley Es-telle Hancock said vows with Charles Oliver Plantinga in Long Beach ceremony. St Cuxtii photo NAVY BRIDE Jesmin Charleville was wed to Lt. Phillip E. Sperry, Navy, in Normandy Wedding Chapel. IN LONG BEACH Mojave Desert's Beauties Fascinate Strand City Trio BY BBSS SETTLE WEBSTER Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Campbell and daughter Janice are ' entmsiastic over beauties of tne Mojave Desert. They recently were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Newton Bass of Long Beach at their picturesque ranch home. "Bask-in-the-Sun," in Apple Valley , near Victorviile. Besides enjoying the wind in the Joshua trees, romantic desert sunsets and star-studded, nights, the Campbells and Basses visited the desert Hitchin' Post where they met guests from Gwen Behr's famed Rancho Yucca Loma. Janice, a .Pi Beta Phi at S.C., is taking a year off from her classes to improve her golf, and is said ,to be making 'sensational records on. Virginia Country Club course at Long Beach. TOells-Reagan Troth' Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Reagan, 4240 Country- Club Drive, Long Beach, are announcing the engagement of t h e i r daughter Rosalie to Robert Standish Wells, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wells of Long Beach. The bride-elect, Delta Gamma and member of Bachelorettes, attended S.C. She is a provisional of the Long , Beach Junior Charity League. Mr. Wells, - a Sigma Alpha Epsilon, attended S.C prior to Army service. To raise funds for equip ment in Seaside Hospital children's wing, the Spinsters Club will stage a charity bridge party and fashion show tomorrow In Lakewood Country Club. Jackie Robinson is president. . Luncheon for Bride-Elect Mrs.. Philip. Ver Planck Jr. .'(Barbara Buren) hosted a pre-nuptial luncheon for 20 guests in the Pacific Coast Club to honor Ruth Saint, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claiborn Saint of Los Angeles, who is to wed Eugene Armstrong in January in St. Brendan's Church, Los Angeles. Barbara Root opened her home, 4180 Country Club Drive, Long Beach, foisa formal rush tea given by the Order of Mahabbarata of ,Long Beach City College. In the receiving line were Beverly Snowball, president; Pat Huscher, Pat Tasker and Peggy Urquhart. Roberta Bower was in charge, of the guest book. G.A.R. Ladies' '.Chief on Inspection Tour Elizabeth L. Smith, of Rich-mond, Department President of Ladies of the G.A.R., is making an official inspection of Southern California circles. She is accompanied by Department Secretary Georgia Doo. little of Santa Cruz. I .mijsr oieepi r , :AAWN ' I L 1 Our collection o superbly styled, quality coats yields this vision of smartness and versatility. Grey, Lime or Blue Forstmann's Wool with deep Persian Lamb cuffs and trim. Sizes 9 to 15. 135.00 (plus Federal tax) 5400 Wilihire Blvd. to Miracle Mile 515 E. Colorado, Pasiden Mat 22.95 The first four literary teas, sponsored by Women Associates of the University Religious Conference' will be held Tuesday at 10845 Le Conte Ave. Lutheran members of worn- manship of Mrs. Georgia Dixon, will be hostesses, and serve dessert at 1 p.m. The series has been planned by the ways and means com mittee and is open to sustain- en Associates, under chair- mg members and their guests, Speaker at the first tea will be Guest Artists Listed for Hollywood Sing Rigmor Peterson, soprano, accompanied by Inez Jacob-son, and Sally Hall, pianist, will be guest artists, at Hollywood Community Sing at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday in the Congregational Church, 7065 Hollywood Blvd. Emmett Lavery, president of the Screen Writers Guild. The membership committee Includes Mrs. Harry Masser, chairman; Mmes. Ernest Calde-cott, Olin J. Hessell, Cecil Hoffman, G. Warren Schloat, Elsie Glover, D. H. McAllister, Harry Cooper, J. Bertrand Pierson, Paul Pritchett, John Hopwood and Dr. Frances Kupfer. Les Jongleuri de Notre Dam of Immaculate Heart College, presentation of "Spring Dance, college auditorium. Alpha Phi Founders Day banquet, Hollywood Roosevelt, 6:15 r p.m. . Phi Mu alumnae, active chapters and mothers clubs, luncheon, Melody Lane, 5351 Wilshire Blvd., 11:30 a.m. Silver Wedding Fete Mr. and Mrs. James G. Barnard of Glendale were entertained by friends at Mocambo on their silver wedding anni versary, Card Party Set in Westwood Mrs. Henry W. Childress and Mrs. B. J., Koester are taking reservations for the Westwood Hills Women's Club dessert-bridge Tuesday hv Westwood Village Community clubhouse. Assisting Mrs. Douglas W. Holtby, chairman of arrangements, are' Mmes. Stephen W. Cunningham, " C. D. Grady, Theodore J. Scott and E. A. Thackaberry. - The garden section will meet jointly Thursday with the third district, Women's Division of the Chamber 'of Com merce. Smith College Club j of Southland to Meet i Smith College Club of South-. era California will hold an in- : formal garden luncheon meet- j. ing Saturday noon at the home j of Mrs. M. Philip Davis, 10801 j Ambazac Way, Bel-Air. j Dr. Otto Krauschaar, profes- i sor of philosophy at Smith, will outline the college's plans for the future. Mrs. Henry K. i Elder is chairman of the lunch- t eon hostess committee ana Mrs. Wellslake Morse will preside. - . Walter Stickels Hosts M Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stickel of Beverly Hills entertained friends at dinner at Whist ling's Hawaii Cafe. A tr?m mmw gur far y & n. Vital ity end ! T t livin-whiS you njay oothins - ...ll : 4 w . tit n sir HI 12 TREATMENTS ti-OO j-25 TREATMENTS $25.00. , TRIAL TREATMENT $1 JO -Cvtnirtf App!"" - . SLAUFFER SYSTEM 41(0 W Third St. DR-4000. 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