The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on March 19, 1939 · 71
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 71

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SUNDAY Zcs Angeles: crimes MARCH 19, 1939. PART IV. J Long Beach Honors Spring Brides-to-Be Premiere of Ice Rink Marked by Dinner Parties Earlier in Evening i BV MARGARET M K1XXE1- q L . ; . . - r . r . . V - -, '1 f f- - - . - " - s r - -v ' - - - iy -. j Needlework Arts s ..'-; . N -1 -, ', ;' . ,-jf ; & efri -, v.'.;. " ,!:"' ts; t r Doilies Designed for Centerpiece These doilies were designed to reatch centerpiece No. 1198. The round doily measures 6 Inches in diameter, the small oblong, 6 by 9 inches, and the oval, 8 by 21 inches. It is an attractive luncheon set which will be most effective on your table. This fc? Pattern No. N-663. The pattern envelope contains tomplete, easy-to-understand il- Pattern No. N-663 lustrated directions, with block and space diagrams to aid you; also what crochet hooks and what material and how much you will need. 6nd 10 cents (com prfrred) for this p.iiiiTii i to covtr con o( handling) to Needlework Department. The Time, 202 W. Tint St.. Lot Aiueiet. Be Mir to write plainly your nim, addreM and style number. Allow flvt days tor delivery. Bridal showers and approaching weddings vied for honors with the gala opening of the Polarink last week in Lcngj Beach. Today Miss Mary K. Hannay, Miss Bernice Stevens, and Mrs. Dean Painter will be co-hostesses at an afternoon tea and shower honoring Miss Patricia Smith, fiancee of Ensign McDonald Thompson. The wedding will probably take place on the East Coast in June. Invitations were issued to Mmes. Marshall Clayson, William Bryant, John Crockett, " Emma Radcliffe, W. Wahlers, Vincent Jorgensen, Peggy Stanberry, Joseph Pegg, T. VV. Roby, H. Richardson, J. D. Stevens, F. Stevens, W. A. Shaw, Misses Virginia Blair, Constance Blair, Kay Peale, Norma Becker, Jean Cadien, May Fredrickson, Dolly Chamberlain, Virginia Savage, Wilma McKinney, Helen Slipsager, Betty Rock,- Dorothy Dyrnes, June Hibbard, Leatrice Dwyer, Tootsle Brown, Ruth Grady, June Williams, Demitra Castleberry, Frances Carr, Kay Schultz, Marian Cameron, Marcelle Scheffer, Jean Hawkins, Lilian Dever, Rita De-ver, Betty Hartley and Ardelle Borham. FASHION HOROSCOPE BV COLETTE If You Have a Double Chin Mm, DONT ' Don't wear white collars or o touch of white at the neckline. White acts as a reflector, and makes one see double especially under the chin. DO Do minimize that double chin with dark colors. Direct attention away from your chin with high front trimming on your hat. Smart Groups Attend Premiere The opening of the Polarink on Friday night was a festive occasion with Long Beach society enthusiastically becoming ice- minded. Among those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. John iiai- bert, hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Alger Lonabaugh of Sheridan, wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Wallace had as guests in their box Judge and Mrs. Fred Miller. H. Colbert Clark was host to a party of six. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McWhinney entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hatch at the Pacific Coast Club for dinner before going to the Polarink. A. T. Jergins had in his box Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jergins and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Toberman. In Mr. and Mrs. William Davidson's box were Mrs. Allen With ers and Miss Allene Withers of Pasadena. Another group in cluded Dr. and Mrs. H. H. McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mc- Caughan, Dr. and Mrs. Francis Settle and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gentry. Dessert-Bridge at Lakewood Mrs. Einer Peterson was host ess Tuesday at the Lakewood Country Club for a dessert bridge. Guests were Mmes. Lee Hollopeter, RonaW Stiles, Robert NEXT WEDNESDAY 2 P.M. PRESENTS the one and only INTERNATIONALLY FAMED CHEF IN PEROi V ) 4 -v -I V- .1 Imagine having that grand man of cookery George Rector personally disclose the culinary secrets that have made him famous with epicures the world over! That's exactly the treat in store for you at this week's class of cookery. Best of all, you'll see Miss Manners prepare the famed chef's Wilson Ham a la Rector . . . and of course the Rector Raisin Sauce that tops it off! Following this Miss Manners is going to let you in on the recipes that have made famous eating places famous. For example you'll learn how to mix a Brown Derby Chef's Salad ... the Ambassador Hotel's celebrated Black Bottom Pie . .'. and then the Dundee Cake that Biltmore patrons rave about. Here, indeed, is a class you can't afford to miss . . . a class that will open your eyes and whet your appetite. File size recipe cards free to all attending! SPECIAL at 1:45 p.m. you will hear a Symphonic Audition of The Times new Music Appreciation Offer. A portion of a world famed symphony will be played. DOORS OPEN AT 1 . . ... CLASS STARTS AT 2 TOIIIES raOME INSTITUTE Auditorium, New Times'' Bldgj- Hopkins, Fred Price, Robert Middlebrook, Dave Lewis and Ludwig Yettebarde. Compliments for Bridal Couple It has been a round of pre nuptial parties for Elizabeth Keeler and Richard Lochridge during the last two weeks before their wedding which was to take place last evening in the Church of the Angels in Pasadena with Bishop Robert Goodin official ing. Miss Keeler is the dauh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keeler of Eagle Rock, and Mr. Loch ridge is the son of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Lochridge of Long Beach. One of the parties was the breakfast given by Mrs. Paul Maull Jr., at the Pacific Coast Club. Franciscan pottery was presented to the honor guest Guests were Mmes. Harry Keeler, Harvey Lochridge, Harry Keeler jr., Barton Jones, Ed ward Losch, Howard Mann, Roy McCuIlough, Charles Van de Water, D. L. Robbins, Misses Jean Lewis, Marjorie Grace, Donna Wheaton and Louise Fisher. On Thursday evening Mis Keeler and Mrs. Harry Keeler Jr. entertained for the bridal party at a buffet supper. The matron of honor was to be Mrs. Barton Jones, and attendants to be Miss Jean Lewis and Mrs. Harry Keeler Jr. jack Lochridge was to be his brother's best man and ushers were to be Robert Hoi bert, William Bovvers, Charles Melvin, Edward Losch and Paul Maull Jr. Two Give Bridge-Luncheon On Tuesday Mrs. Ralph Eus-den and Mrs. Frank Stanton were hostesses for luncheon and bridge at the Virginia Country Club. Those bidden were Mmes. Fred Miller, Kent C. Melhorn, ! Burns Chaffee, Raymond Kelso, ricum i imu, rt-ijis Al lium, Naomi Thompkins and Philip McCaughan. Mrs. Tucker Paid Honor St. Patrick's Day green and white was the motif for the ! luncheon on Friday when Mrs. Sam Ohenstein was hostess at the Pacific Coast Club to honor her daughter, Mrs. Fred Tucker Jr., on her birthday. Places were marked for Mmes. Fred E. Tucker, Francis Brown, A. T. Hosking, Arthur Manning, Ray Ours, Dan Mottell, Dorman Norton. William Edinburgh and Karl Weikel of Baltimore, Md, who is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Frank; Misses Adeline Greene, Frances Far mer, Catherine Curran and Eliza beth Zieglcr. Mrs. Manning Entertains On Wednesday Mrs. Arthur Manning entertained with lunch eon at the Villa Riviera and later in the afternoon they played bridge at Mrs. Manning's mother's home, Mrs. L. J. Gilles pie, where she is visiting during the fleet cruise. Her guests included Mmes. S. R. Ours, Fred Tucker Jr., Elizabeth Ziegler, Marjorie Hight, Catherine Curran, Francis Brown, Dan Mottell, Jack Bur-roll, Frances Farmer and Jerry Norton. , Mrs. Manning also gave a small birthday party for her twin sons, John and Arthur, last week, when they celebrated their second birthday. Bon Voyage Honors As a bon voyage fete for Mr. and Mrs. William McLauchiin, who plan to leave 1he end of the month for Honolulu, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewis gave a dinner and bridge party at the Virginia Country Club on Thursday. A large ship centered the table where covers were laid for Messrs. and Mmes. Norris Cole, Clarence Hudson, John Humis-ton, Norman Janes, Lynn Parm-ley, Frank Shiek, Irwin Stevens, Morse Travers, Fred Schwartz, Mmes. Maude Raney and Jessie Slemons. v I W L.t: l V y ;! W-JVi li -'few ? I t .rZJ ZTiri.'ri,Ji- ? T fi I .T I - ; ' . L'O -..-W .Ji X-'ui: ci rki I - i k. V Si .1. i 4 4tH -WW I 18. Mi! 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