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The Pasadena Post from Pasadena, California • Page 6

The Pasadena Post from Pasadena, California • Page 6

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PAGE SIX SATURDAY. JULY 19.193U PASADENA POST SOCIETY PASADENA WOMENS CLUB NEWS-MUSIC FAiaiVE TTKNEB Svciet; Editar TELEPHONE ILriice 111 1 CHAIRMEN APPOINTED NEW LEADERS DIRECT ALTADENA WOMENS CLUB DINNER DANCE DELIGHTFUL WEDDING DAY MADE KNOWN Mrs. Brandenburg Weds Thomas A. Morgan At Beautiful Ceremony Miss Bernice Meacham to Have Simple Service Pasadena Golf Club Affair Draws Large Crowd Altadena Womens Club Creates New Sections In the presence of a small circle of friends, Mrs. Margaret C.

Brandenburg became the bride of Thomas A. Morgan Wednesday evening, the marriage taking place at the bride's home, 526 North Madison avenue. Rev. Merle N. Smith officiating.

Gowned in cream Italian point lace, and carrying butterfly roses in shades of pink and yellow, the bride was lovely. After the service, dinner was served to the wedding party and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan will take an extended trip to Yosemite and interesting points north, later in the season.

i i Homecoming Dinner Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kroli of 294 East Howard avenue entertained last evening with a charmingly appointed "home coming dinner for 17 in honor of their son, Alvin, and his bride (nee Cecelia Porter) whose marriage took place July 5.

Mr. and Mrs. Knoll, have just returned from their wedding trip which they spent motoring in the north, and they are leaving Pasadena again on Sunday for Santa Barbara, where they will establish their home. National Permanent Wave Co. Mrs, Harry Coleman Will Open Home for Tea 313 Pacific S.

W. Bldg. Seattle lportland Lom Anreles Oakland Beach San Francisco San Diegfr One of the earliest of August brides will be Miss Bernice Allyne Meacham. daughter of Mrs. Oga Carlson of 74 Harkness avenue, who will become the bride of Richard Gratham Cook, son of Mr.

and Mrs. W. B. Cook of 871 El Molino avenue, Saturday evening, August 2. at 6 oclock, the wedding to be solemnized at the Wee Kirk the Heather.

Dr. Frank W. Dowling will officiate at the service at which Miss Edna Hart will attend the bride as maid of honor. The groom will be served by Richard Dakin as best man and Malcolm Meacham and Byard Cook are to usher at the church. The bride, who is being extremely feted in the days preceding the wadding, is a graduate of Pasadena high school and a member of the Alpha Lambda Sigma sorority.

Her fiance was educated in Piedmont and at the Pasadena high school. He is now affiliated with the Security First National bank of Pasadena. Extra Special $495 COMPLETE The kind of a wave you can take care of yourself. NOT A SCHOOL Every woman who has had a NATIONAL wave remains a constant NATIONAL enthusiast because she has learned that by this method in which NO AMMONIA or BORAX is used her hair has remained soft, unbroken and lustrous. If you need a permanent Wave get it at the Phone COIorado 1397 MAIN SPRING ARCH SHOES FOR WOMEN 57.85 to 513.95 About 50 lines of Walk-Overs famous corrective Main Spring Arch Shoos in seasonable sports models tics and oxfords.

Correct fitting. 135 Pasadena golf club was the scene of a gay dinner dance, followed by a bridge tournament Thursday night, with Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. McCauley official host and hostess for the evening.

Among the many members entertaining friends at the affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams, Mr. and Mrs. C.

E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.

Turner, Mr. and Mrs. J. Charles Madison, Mrs. E.

C. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo G. MacLaughlin, Mr.

and Mrs. J. R. Sanford, Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Dale, Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Corser, Mr.

and Mrs. E. T. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.

G. M. Edmonson, jr, Mr. and Mrs. J.

Herbert Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Morton H. Eddy, Mr. and Mrs.

Fred H. Hand, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.

Scholz, W. G. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Seward and Mr.

and Mrs. McCauley. A1 Johsons orchestra furnished music for dancing. Miss Frances Brooks United In Marriage To Lester W. Vail Given in marriage by her mother, Mrs.

Vera A. Weigand, Miss Frances M. Brooks, of 340 Cypress ave nue and Lester W. Vail exchanged nuptial vows Saturday, July 12, in their home, 402 West Mondocino street. Rev.

D. F. Rittenhouse, pastor of the First Baptist church, read the service in the presence of a gathering of friends and relatives. Wearing a gown of white organdy, trimed with sprays of pink and blue flowers, and long tulle veil adorned with pearls, brilliants, and orange blossoms, the bride was lovely. She carried a shower bouquet of pale pink roses and sweet peas.

The maid of honor, Miss Billee Grossman, in eggshell satin, carried an armful of contrasting sweetpeas. Willard Korrell served the groom as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Vail will take their wedding trip at a later date, owing to the serious illness of the bridegrooms father, D.

V. Vail. Marriage Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Grace Lucile Hoadley to Dewey Harvey Rumeleh of Alhambra, the wedding taking place in Las Vegas, Monday, Rev. Charles H. Sloan, pastor of the Baptist church, officiateing.

Mrs. Rumeley, is a graduate of Alhambra high school while her husband is in business in Los Angeles. They will make their home in South Pasadena. tit Guests At Party Upon the arrival of the Mead cruiser Idol-Ours in Avalon Bay, Catalina island, Mrs. Jeannette Sut-liff, of North Orange Grove avenue, and her daughter, Miss Louise Sut-liff, who are spending the summer at Catalina, were among the guests at the greeting luncheon and bridge party given by Dr.

Emma M. Car-son for Mrs. Willis H. Mead of Los Angeles. Leave On rip East Mrs.

John E. McCrea and daughter, Mary, of 1157 Mar Vista avenue, left Thursday for Chicago. En route they will visit Colorado Springs and Denver, and plan to return to Pasadena early in September via the Canadian Rockies after visiting Toronto, Canada, and the Thousand Islands. Staying At Rancho Mrs. Edith A.

English of Palmetto drive, who has been at the Stanley, South Los Robles avenue, for the past season, is sojourning at San Ysidro ranch near Santa Barbara, for a few weeks. Mrs. English will later visit friends in San Diego and La Jolla. I Visits Mother Mrs. Theodore P.

Owen, known as Stella Metcalf before her marriage, arrived recently from her home in Lucerne valley for an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Doll B. Metcalf, 195 South Oakland avenue. SPECIAL For Monday Garments Guaranteed Washable With the creation of several new departments and interesting plans being crystalized for carrying on welfare work in Altadena, members of the governing board of the Alta dena Womens club feel that next winters activities of the organization will mark another step forward in the progress of the club. Board Members The board, composed of Mrs.

O. O. Payne, president; Mrs. J. A Harries, first vice-president; Mrs.

H. S. Taylor, second vice-president; Mrs. C. T.

Bremser, recording secretary; Mrs. H. F. Segar, corresponding secretary; Mrs. H.

A. Jannoch, treasurer, and Mrs. D. D. Withall and Mrs.

E. A. Keebler, junior past presidents, has been holding executive meetings throughout the summer compiling the year book, and organizing stand ing committees for the coming year. Chairmen Appointed At a recent meeting of the board, the following appointments were made by the president, Mrs. O.

O. Payne: Mrs. C. W. Saseboom, social; Mrs.

J. A Harries, membership; Mrs. H. Taylor, welfare; Mrs. C.

Foster, hospitality; Mrs. Harold D. Horton, American Home; Mrs. Gordon, Francis, crafts and Industries; Mrs. W.

H. Papke, building; Mrs. Clinton Berry, custodian of flag; Mrs. Paul Cleland, music; Mrs. Mil-ton Moore, drama; Mrs.

Jessie E. Carr, literature; Mrs. T. Ross Little, ways and means; Mrs. E.

G. Withall, co-operation with war veterans; Mrs. J. Horning, press and publicity; Mrs. Allen Johnson, membership; Mrs.

E. Deland, parliamentary law; Mrs. E. Whithead, business and protective law. Entertain At La Ramada La Ramada Inn has been popular with hostesses during the past week, one of the loveliest of recent affairs taking place there being the luncheon given in honor of Mrs.

Noel Jameson of New York City, given by Mrs. Louis Parmenteer. Covers were laid for 22. On Thursday, Mrs. John L.

Armour and her daughter, Miss Amelia Armour complimented Miss Edith Forbes and her brother, Leonard Forbes with a farewell luncheon, the two planning to leave for Italy next week. Entertaining Thursday evening In the garden at La Ramada Inn where Mr. and Mrs. J. B.

Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Melton and Miss Marian Clarke. i i Officers Installed Miss Virginia Fling, 410 Alemeda street, was a recent hostess to members of the One Club, of Pasadena Junior college, at which time the following officers were installed: Miss Virginia Patterson, president; Miss Berle Low, vice-president; Miss Louise Thompson, recording secretary; Miss Helen Pierce, corresponding secretary; Miss Virginia Fling, treasurer.

Some 30 guests were present to enjoy the buffet supper served late in the evening. Dancing was also participated in. Estranged Pair Must Remain in Apartment LOS ANGELES, July 19. (CNS) Mrs. Harriet C.

Rowan, of Beverly Hills, and her estranged husband, C. Ray Rowan, capitalist, will have to live together in the same luxurious apartment even though they are suing for divorce. The woman came into court, asking temporary alimony, asserting Rowan has an income in excess of $1000 monthly. The man declared his large assets were tied up in real estate and that he now has an income of only about $100 monthly. Well, this man is certainly entitled to live in a portion of that apartment, decreed the judge, ordering Rowan to pay $75 monthly to his wife.

Seller of Mountain Top Is Found Guilty LOS ANGELES, July 19. (CNS) Sam Mooes, promoter who was charged with having sold "mountain tops" on the representation that they would benefit by the Boulder dam project, and was found guilty by a jury in Federal Judge William P. James court of misuse of the mail, will be sentenced Monday. Hundreds of investors were said to have paid from $5 to $7 an acre for the land which Mooes bought for 50 cents an acre. The government proved that Mooes made misrepresentations in that most of the land was from 1000 to 3000 feet above sea level and could never be used for agricultural purposes.

WATER CARNIVAL TONIGHT SIERRA MADRE, July 19. More than 150 swimming enthusiasts who took advantage of the "swim in safety campaign in Sierra Madre this week to learn to swim or qualify as lifeguards will be awarded certificates and emblems tonight at the water carnival, according to George Hughling, Pacific coast Instructor for the Red Cross. In addition to the regularly scheduled events on tonight's program, stunts, exhibitions and a beauty pageant will be featured. Miss Gladys Eochnicr of this city, former Pacific coast woman's swimming champion, will take part in the activities. KING IN RADIO TALK NEW YORK, July 19.

M1) Plans are for King Haakon of Norway to speak over the radio to American listeners July 30, if experimental tests show It is feasible. The occasion will be celebration of the nine hundredth anniversary cf Christianity in Norway, Photos by Maryland Studio. CLUB OFFICERS Top, left to right Mrs. H. S.

Taylor, second vice president; Mrs. II. F. Segar, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J.

A. Harries, first vice president. Middle, left to right Mrs. II. A.

Jannoch treasurer; Mrs. C. T. Bremser, recording secretary; lower, Mrs. O.

O. Payne, Members of Pasadena chapter. Daughters of American Revolution, are entertaining with a tea on Monday afternoon, July 21, from 3 to 5 oclock at the residence of Mrs. Harry Coleman, 1436 North Arroyo boulevard, in honor of the eightieth birthday of Mrs. Myra H.

Davis one of the early members who has served the chapter as chairman of revolutionary relics for many years as well as in other capacities. The notable gifts she has secured for the national constitution hall in Washington and the historical papers she has prepared for the reciprocity service of the state D. A. R. have brought honor to herself and to her -chapter.

All members of Pasadena chapter who have been out of reach of the telephone committee which has been handling the invitations, are to kindly consider this notice as a further reminder. 1 I Enjoy Beach Resort Air. and Mrs. William W. La Beaume of 2860 San Pasqual street, spent the week-end with members of their family at the Red Apple inn, at Carlsbad.

They are building a summer home in the vicinity of the popular resort. Mr. and Mrs. H. M.

Nickerson of the Maryland hotel, and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Spink, guest at the Maryland, were recent guests at the Red Apple inn.

To Attend Conference Miss Ann Gray, president of Crown City Young Ladies Institute, Mrs. Bee Mazy and Miss Bernadine Strohn, left Monday evening for Alameda to attend the grand institute of the Y. L. I. Betrothal Announced Mr.

and Mrs. Jay L. Hines of 1528 Whitefield road, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Hazel Marie Hines, to Donald D. Foss, son of Mr. and Mrs.

J. D. Foss of 911 West Fortieth place, Los Angeles. The wedding will be solemnized August 24, in the chapel of the First Methodist church of Pasadena, i Arrive For Visit Mrs. Fred Morgan and daughter, Miss Winifred Morgan, of Grass Valley, arrived in Pasadena recently for a visit with friends and relatives.

Miss Helen Bliss to Wed Wilber Hutchinson Of interest to her many friends is the formal announcement of the engagement of Miss Helen Bliss, daughter of Mrs. Edna Holbrook Bliss, 1580 East Walnut-street, to Wilber C. Hutchinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerd Hutchinson of Arcadia.

Miss Bliss, a charter member of the Shakespeare club juniors, and a member of the Pasadena Opera and Fine Arts club, has made a name for herself in musical circles of the Southland, being an acccom-plished harpist. According to present plans, the wedding will be solmenized some time in August. Go To Hermosa Beach Mr. and Mrs. John A.

Shea and son, James Patrick, and daughter, Colleen, of 1874 Euclid avenue, San Marino, have left for a two weeks' sojourn at Hermosa Beach. Another son, Jackie Shea, Is spending the summer months with his grandmother, Mrs. James L. Brown, at Long Beach. Mrs.

De Mille Honored Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Millikan of Pasadena have been among the many hosts and hostesses entertaining in honor of Mrs. Anna George de Mille, who- has returned to the Southland after a long absence in New York.

Others who have entertained for her are Lady Adams, and Mrs. Cecil B. de Mille. Sojourn at Channel City Following a delightful sojourn in Santa Barbara where they were visiting Mr. Stevens mother, Mrs.

Brancie Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Stevens of Pasadena have returned to their home. i isiting Sister Mrs. F.

A. Roberts of St. Paul. has arrived in Pasadena for several months sojourn with her sister, Mrs. A.

A. Woodward, 330 North Raymond avenue. Will Leace August 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Herbert Allen, of Pasadena plan to leave August 1 to join the Pasadena colony at Santa Barbara.

At La Jolla Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Langfried of 1690 Ramiro road, San Marino, have been sojourning at La Jolla for several weeks.

In Washington, D. C. Dr. Lillian M. Whiting, of South Pasadena, is at the Dodge hotel in Washington, D.

C. Summer at Del Mar Mr. and Mrs. Leet W. Bissell of Pasadena are occupying their summer home at Del Mar.

PAJAMAS Couple United In Marriage At Home Ceremony Mr. and Airs. Frank H. Aider-man of 938 North Oakland avenue announce the marriage of their daughter, Margery Decola, to David Hollis Tiffany, son of Mr. and Airs.

George Steele Tiffany of Summit, N. Dr. Daniel F. Rittenhouse of the First Baptist church performing the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents Friday afternoon at 4 oclock, in the presence of friends and relatives of the young couple. Airs.

Elmer E. Alecham, sister of the bride, and Charles L. Reilly, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, were the only attendants. After a short honeymoon trip, Air. and Airs.

Tiffany will reside at 918 South Alarengo avenue. Gives Tea For Friend Miss F. Marion Ralston of 623 South Lake avenue was a delightful hostess this week when she entertained with a tea at her home, honoring Mrs. William J. Mayfield of Camden, S.

who arrived in the Southland a short time ago to attend the veddlng of her son, Lieut. Daniel Miller, U. S. in Long Beach. IISHBECK JX Awnings of Quality Since 1900 COl.

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Come in and see these new numbers. SERVICE-CHIFFON HOSIERY AT A FEATURE PRICE Just arrived! Another shipment of the popular Tom Thumb golf skirts. Attractive skirts in the seasons most beautiful shades. Regular Walk-Over quality Service A Chiffon Hosiery; all-silk full-fash ioned with Picot top, French heel and reinforced toe; all popular Summertime shades ali sizes. Wash Dresses Exclusively TkeWy Shop 3C2 E.


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