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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1939 CALIFORNIA’S MOST CONSISTENT NEWSPAPER PAGES NINE TO SIXTEEN Armstrong-Winget Rites Take Place in Orange Episcopal Church Trinity Episcopal church of Orange was beautiful setting last night for the wedding of Miss Janice Winget, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Winget, 607 East Almond avenue, and Charles F. Armstrong, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Charles Armstrong, East Walnut avenue, Orange. The ceremony at 8 o’clock was conducted by the vicar of the church, the Rev. H. F. Softley. White flowers banked the altar. The central aisle was arched with white tapers, the bride walking down the pathway of light with her father who gave her in marriage. The arches were used for two weddings in the past few years, in the family of the bridegroom when his sisters, Mrs. William Goulden (Ruby Armstrong) and Mrs. Herman Webber (Ethel Armstrong) were married. The lovely bride wore a gown of shimmering white satin fashioned with long sleeves and fitted bodice. The halo which held her train length veil had been worn by her aunt, Mrs. Frank Nuslein, on her wedding day some years ago. She carried a white prayer book with streamers of white satin ribbon and lilies of the valley. Miss June Winget was her sister’s maid of honor and wore a frock of peach net over taffeta. Bridesmaids were Miss Marytom Cox, in blue net over taffeta, Miss Frances Carpenter in pink, Miss Lucille Holman, in green, and Miss Ethel Armstrong, in or- 1 chid. All carried colonial bouquets. Best man was Herman Webber of Alturas, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and ushers were George Viau, Joe Blake, Robert Arrowsmith and Jack Feather. Mrs. Merrill Bauer was at the organ playing the processional and recessional and accompanying Frank Nuslein who sang "Because” and “For You Alone.” Following the ceremony a reception was held in the parish hall decorated with summer flowers. Presiding at the punch bowls were Mrs. Herman Webber, who wore a black floor-length frock with corsage of white gardenias, and Mrs. William Goulden, in pink with similar corsage. Mrs. Frank Nuslein in becoming pink satin frock, served the wedding cake after the bride had made the traditional first cut. Mrs. Winget wore pink lace over taf- ) feta and the senior Mrs. Armstrong, blue lace over taffeta. Both young people are graduates of Orange Union high school the bride attending Santa Ana Junior college and the bridegroom entering orchard care business with his father at the close of school work. Both are talented musicians, the bride a pianist and the bridegroom, well known throughout the county as a vocalist. Following a honeymoon trip north with a visit with relatives atAlturas, the newlyweds will establish their home in Orange. For traveling the new Mrs. Armstrong chose a cyclamen sports outfit with powder blue acces sories. * * * : Torosa Rehekah Lodge Elects Officers Election of officers was of chief importance Wednesday night when Torosa Rebekan lodge met in I.O.O.F. hall under direction of Mrs. Alice Tolhurst, noole grand. Mrs. Irene Lancaster was elected to succeed Mrs. Tolhurst. Her staff will include Blanche Cartmill, vice grand; Ada Spencer, recording secretary; Leota A1 len, financial secretary; Ethel Brown, treasurer, and Minnie Squier, trustee. Installation will be held in early July. Many Torosa members will attend a reception tonight at Anaheim for the new deputy president of district 50, Mrs. Mabel Ives of Lois lodge, Anaheim. On June 24, they will g-> to Whittier for a similar party at which that lodge is complimenting a member, Mrs; Theresa Barbour, new warden of Rebekah Assembly. Ruby lodge of Orange and Sycamore lodge of this city were represented by guests at Wed- T T T * Y Y Wins Honors Miss Geraldine Gilbert, the daughter of Mrs. E. S. Gilbert, 420 South Main street, was one of six members of Pomona college junior class elected to membership in the Mortar Board, national senior women’s honorary fraternity. The "tapping” ceremony at which the new members were chosen occurred this week at a banquet of Associated Women students. Miss Gilbert later was elected president of the Mortar Board at Pomona, where she will be a senior next year. The Santa Anan was the only member of her class elected to membership in Alpha Kappa Delta, national sociology fraternity. This honor came through Scripps college. Girls Ebell Dance Comes As Compliment to Local Seniors Decorations at the semi-formal dance given last night in Ebell clubhouse by Girls Ebell society held special significance, since they were miniature diplomas and mortar boards in tribute to *the honor guests, graduating seniors. Two hundred young people took part in the festivities. As the seniors arrived, they were presented with scrolls used later in the evening when a grand prize was awarded. This was won by Bruce Ragan. The party setting was established by diplomas hanging from the ceiling; mortar boards caught to the side lights, and rows of books on the stage. Clarence Williams and his Knights of Swing provided the rhythmic musid. Miss Anne Bell, newly-installed president of Girls’ Ebell society, and the retiring president, Miss Barbara Tucker, were instrumental in plans for the affair. Miss Marjorie Mize, general chairman, was assisted by a staff including Miss Virginia Jordan, orchestra; Miss Jean May, decorations; Miss Eloise Revill, refreshments. Mrs. James B. Tucker, who served punch, was one of five patronesses. Completing the group were the three advisors, Mrs. M. B. Wellington, Mrs. R. C. Hoiles and Mrs. Herbert Miller, with Mrs. E. D. White. Although there were no flow ers in the decorations proper, quantities of fragrant blossoms made their appearance with the arrival of the charming young girls. With their summer formals they wore corsage clusters or fillets of gardenias, orchids or other flowers. Especially popular were sprays of gladiolus blossoms centered with rosebuds. The dance came as Girls Ebell society’s final affair of the year. Regular activities of the group will be resumed in October. nesday night’s meeting. Mrs. L.jta Allen as program chairman, introduced Mrs. Earl Frevert, who talked on her collection of quaint headgear, and showed examples of hats of various eras. Mrs. Maude Lentz and her committee were in charge of the refreshment interval, and served pie and coffee at flower-decorated tables in the banquet room. I » Safeguard Your Health We Promise You PERFECT RESULTS in Liver Trouble, Stomach Ulcers, Constipation, Colitis, Impoverished and Impure Blood, Backaches, Headaches, Colds and ALL NERVOUS AILMENTS. MICRO-D YN AMETER EXAMINATION The truth about your conat- tion . . . this precision diagnostic instrument measures loss of enerery from your body and unfailingly points out the cause of ill health. The only one in Omni» county . . , approved by Associ.'lon of Medicd-Physieal research. Tues. By Appointment. Thurs.. Sat. only DR. C. J. RULEY, CHIROPRACTOR, AND HRS. RULEY 405 N. BROADWAY, SANTA ANA, PHONE 1200 Little Church of Flowers Is Setting for Pretty Wedding Service A charming Lemon Heights home is awaiting the return from a honeymoon down in Old Mexico, of John Vernon Sauers and his charming bride, the former Miss Helen Tonjes of Alhambra, following the beautiful services at which their wedding vows were taken last night at Glendale’s Little Church of the Flowers. A hundred or more guests assembled for the rites at 7:30 o’clock, which were preceded by a short organ program and the songs, "Indian Love Call” and "At Dawning,” sung by Nelson Rogers of Tustin. Mr. Rogers was an usher al: j together with Austin Pierson and Vernon Koepsel, both of Tustin. Miss Tonjes, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tonjes of Alhambra, was very lovely in her filmy gown of white marquisette with its little lace jacquette. Her veil in finger tip length, was caught with orange blossoms to a chaplet of pearls, and she carried a white Bible upon which a single orchid rested, with its shower of lilies of the valley. Miss Selma Jennings of Rosemead, a Whittier college classmate of the bride, was maid of honor. Complimenting her frock of chartreuse taffeta with its tight basque and flared skirt, was a quaint Colonial nosegay of bright flowers. She wore a brief veil of tulle in the same tone as her costume. Jack Conner of Tustin assisted Mr. Sauers as best man. The Rev. Calvin A. Duncan, pastor of Tustin Presbyterian church, officiated at the wedding rites. After extending good wishes during an informal reception at the church, many of the guests sped to Alhambra to see the young couple off on the train for Mexico. Arter some two weeks of touring the neighboring republic, the newlyweds will return to the warm welcome awaiting them from local friends. Mr. Sauers, a graduate of Tustin high school and Santa Ana junior college, will resume his duties with the Smart and Final company. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sauers of Yorba Linda. His bride, who finished at Whittier college after her gradu- aton from Alhambra high school, has been teaching the past year at El Monte. She will teach in Irvine school next year. ♦ * * Ann Terry Wade Has Gala Birthday Party When little Ann Terry Wade celebrated her sixth birthday anniversary yesterday at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Wade, 2426 Heliotrope Drive, she shared honors with her "twin,” Jack Conklin, son of the Roscoe Conklins. Twenty boys and girls took part in the festivities arranged by Mrs. Wade. The party reached its peak with the showing of motion pictures, some of which were taken at Ann Terry’s party last year. A comedy was included in the films screened. Mrs. Edward Lee Russell assisted the hostess during the afternoon. Since the Fourth of July is quite close at hand, all decorations were in red, white and blue. Guests were seated at a patio table centered with a birthday cake whose frosting was decorated with miniature American flags and tapers. Sandwiches and ice cream were served with the confection. Gifts were showered upon Ann Terry. Master Jack Conklin held his birthday celebration a few days in advance of the actual date, sharing the event with his kindergarten classmates at Hoover school. Twenty-two boys and girls, with his teacher, Miss Maurie Hamil, enjoyed refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream provided by Mrs. Conklin. * • • Mexican Theme Prevails At Gala Dinner Party Miss Jacqueline Sekeris observed a colorful Mexican motif in details of a dinner party at which she entertained Thursday night in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sekeris, 1638 West Ninth street. The hostess included a group of her Marywood School classmates in the hospitality. Appropriate music was played throughout the dinner interval. Tiny Mexican figures centered the dinner table, which was set with pottery and other appointments which furthered the chosen theme. Bowls of California poppies were arranged throughout rooms of the home. The young hostess’ mother, Mrs. Sekeris. and Mrs. J. E. Brownfield of Anaheim assisted during the evening. Completing the party with Miss Jacqueline and her younger sister, Goldie Mae were Anaheim girls including the Misses Rita Patin, Patsy Brownfield, Marjorie Myboe, Dawn Baker, Oma Read, Joan Brownfield. The group formed a theater party later in the evening. DR. A. K. L0ERCH OPTOMETRIST 222 North Broadway PHONE 2586-W Hess-Moore Wedding Rites Take Place in Pretty Home Setting Distinguished by a chaining simplicity was the wedding Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock in the W. B. Moore home on Tustin avenue, at which Miss Betty Jane Moore, daughter of the home, and Chester E. Hess of San Bernardino, exchanged vows. Flowers garlanded the home and an especially lovely arrangement of blue delphinium with white gladiolus and stock blossoms against a background of ferns and palms, found place in the living room for the wedding services. These were conducted by the Rev. Harry Evan Owings, pastor of First Baptist church, in the absence from the city of the Moore family minister, the Rev. O. Scott McFarland. Mrs. John Bright of San Bernardino provided an interval of piano music appropriate to the occasion, and played the Wedding March from Lohengrin for the formation of the bridal party. Miss Moore’s snowy wedding gown was especially interesting for every sitch had been set in it by her mother. With it she wore orchids and lilies of the valley. Her maid of honor, Miss Dee Pettit of Hollywood, wore gardenias with her frock in soft azure tones. W. B. Moore jr. assisted his prospective brother-in-law as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Moore had planned a buffet supper in compliment to the newly wedded pair before they should leave on a short honeymoon trip. The table was quite lovely with its flowers surrounding a three tiered wedding cake. Mrs. Moore received in a frock of navy blue with which she wore Talisman roses. Out of town guests included with Mr. and Mrs. Bright-of San Bernardino, Miss Barbara Bennett of Alhambra, a classmate of the bride’s at University of Southern California; Miss Margaret Beers of Compton and her fiance, Kenneth Yates of Fresno whom she will wed in July. Mr. Bright took motion pictures of the wedding and the departure of the new Mr. and Mrs. Hess on their honeymoon. Beth young people will attend summer school at U. C. L. A. and next autumn, Mrs. Hess will return to U. S. C. for her senior year’s work towards her degree. She is majoring in speech. Mr. Hess is vice-principal of Roosevelt school in the Gate City where he is active in Community Players’ association. He recently was awarded a silver cup for the year’s best directed play in the association. He is an alumnus of San Jose State College and University of Redlands. Jofc’s Daughters, Circle Meet Following Dinner Preceded by covered dish dinner, Wednesday night’s meetings of Santa Ana bethel Job’s Daughters and Mothers’ Circle in Masonic temple was marked by the selection of committees to carry on activities of the two groups. The circle held election of officers, naming Mrs. M. W. Ball, president; Mrs. R. E. McBurney, vice president; Mrs. Thomas Lc.cy, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. S. R. Butler, retiring president, r ceived a gif4- from the group. Mrs. Ball appointed the following committees: Mrs. C. M. Johnson, dance chairman; Mesdamcs Frank L. Patrick, Rufus G. Bond, W. G. Scott and C. B. Stockton, ways and means. Miss Marjorie Ball, new honored queen of the bethel, conducted Job’s Daughters’ meeting, during which school of instruction was held under direction of the deputy guardian, Mrs. Jean Weir of Sunland, who also is grand guide. Mrs. Beth Calhoun of Pasadena, grand guardian, made an unofficial visit. Miss Ball appointed the Misses Enna Smith, Aileen Ferber and Regene Clark on the auditing committee. Plans were made for a picnic meeting Sunday, June 25 in the recreation hall at Forest Home. There will be no meetings of bethel or circle during July. For the dinner which preceded the two business sessions, decorations were in observance of Flag week. Miss Ball sang "God Bless America.” • • • MISS ELLEN COZAD WEDS Miss Ellen L. Cozad of this city and Ernest W. Nichols of Anaheim were bride and bridegroom at quiet rites yesterday morning in the home at 2000 South Sycamore street of the officiating minister, the Rev. Louis Allan White, pastor of South Santa Ana Church of Christ. The bride is daughter of Mrs. Anna M. Cozad, 2212 North Main street and of Albert O. Cozad, 804 East First street. The hride- groom, whose parents live in Louisiana, came to California from his home state a few years ago. For the wedding, Miss Cozad wore a smoke blue suit with a pretty corsage bouquet of orchids. The only guests were Mrs. Cozad and a close friend of the bride. Miss Velma Aufdenberg of Orange. 7716 new Mr. and Mrs. Nichols will be at home to their friends at the North Main street address of Mrs. Anna Cozad. Mr. Nichols is employed with the M.P.C. fruit company in Anaheim, and his bride is an operator for Lillian s Beauty Salon in this city. Charming Subjects Of Romance Early Arrival of Guests Indicates Interest in Annual Horse Show . MiS5 Naomi Stinson Miss D ona S tinson M»SS H elen H ajnes Mrs. De Witt Bishop (Mildred Haskell)was bride at lovely rites Thursday evening, June 8 in the Colonial chapel. She is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Haskell of Tustin, and the bridegroom is son of the Roy K. Bishops of Orange. The couple will make their home in the northern part of the state, where De Witt Bishop is employed with State Department of Agriculture . . . Mrs. Richard Crane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Vilmur, 519 East Sixth street wns Miss Opal Vilmur preceding her early spring wedding in St. Joseph’s Catholic church. Her husband is son of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Crane of Norfolk, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Crane are living in Los Angeles . . . Miss Naomi Stinson and Miss Dona Stinson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Stinson of Wintersburg will be brides at a double wedding scheduled for sometime in August. Miss Naomi Stinson, who will exchange vows with Lawrence Ackerstrom, is a member of this year’s graduation class at Huntington Beach High school. Her sister, Miss Dona Stinson, who will become the bride of Richard Hildebrandt, is owner of the Oceanview "Dona Beauty Salon.” . . . Miss Helen Haines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Haines of Modjeska Canyon, will become Mrs. Robert Clifford Sunday, June 18 in the gardens of the famous Modjeska’s home. Prominent in affairs of First Presbyterian church In Orange, Miss Hames had her early schooling in that city. The bridegroom is son of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Clifford of Orange. Eagle Rock will be the future home of the young couple. ______________ Pretty Farewell Parties Precede Departure for San Diego Home Two Club Members Learn That Party Features Are in Their Honor What appeared on the surface, to be only another friendly meeting of One o’Clock club members . , . ,, . .. mg the tendrils of pink and blue yesterday afternoon m the home * ntinp wavin£r from thp shpl. Departure today of Mrs. J. B. Stephenson Jr. to join Mr. Stephenson in Descanso to make their home, brought a close to the series of intimate little parties given this past week in farewell to the young matron. Mr. Stephenson is in the state forestry service in San Diego county, and Mrs. Stephenson will teach in that county with the opening of schools in autumn. Yesterday Mrs. Terry E. Stephenson, 1522 North Broadway, had a farewell luncheon at Danigers with their usual knitting or a duplicate of any gift the other had received. The garden table was graced by Father Stork himself, and a large crystal basket of pink and blue flowers was repeated in miniature by small baskets, all of them tied with ribbons match- As distinguished guests began to arrive early this morning for the long anticipated Orange County Horse Show which Assistance League is sponsoring in the Municipal Bowl today and tomorrow, one of the most important arrivals was that of Tevis Paine, one of California’s most outstanding men in equestrian circles. Paine, who will serve as ring director, has acted in similar capacity at big show events all over California and the southwest. He arrived early this morning after flying down from Red Bluff, and is a house-guest of the James Irvines at San Joaquin Rancho. He will be here for all Horse Show events, and will be one of the guests to be complimented at different social functions which will brighten the show for exhibitors and special entrants. One of these will be the buffet supper which Assistance League will stage tonight from 5 to 7 o’clock in the delightful gardens of the Ray S. Chandler home, 1911 Heliotrope Drive. Another will be a similar al fresco luncheon event tomorrow at which Mr. and Mrs. Irvine will entertain at their ranch home. Three members of Los Angeles Assistance League. Mrs. Hancock Banning, Mrs. T. P. Treanor and Mrs. Ada Laughlin, will be down for all these features, and have shown their co-operation by taking one of the boxes at Municipal Bowl for the Show events. * * • JUNE PARTY OF S.E.A. June party plans of Safeway employes’ association took members to Fullerton this wee*<. where they were entertained by Mrs. H. C. Doan and Mrs. C. F. Lee in the Doan home on West iimerige avenue Flag Day was celebrated by the hostesses by the groups of small silken flags which they used to brighten the tables where dessert course of home made ice cream and cookies was served early in the afternoon. Many carnations were used about the home. Two guests, Mrs. E. E. Nichols of Orange and Mrs. W. G. Reynolds of Arcadia, shared the pleasant afternoon with more than a score of S.E.A. members. The lovely prizes awarded in card play went to Mrs. A. C. W. Stokes of Anaheim and Mrs. C. S. Lee of Brea. Mrs. H. H. Hilgers of this city won the door prize, and traveling prize was scored by Mrs. F. C. Campbell of Whittier. of Mrs. J. E. Braden, 2031 North Ross street, developed into the most delightful of party surprises for two of the club members, Mrs. Joseph Ogle and Mrs. Charles Hill. serpentine waving from the shel tering walnut trees. Mrs. Lawrence Pratt and Mrs. Eugene Pettitt poured coffee and tea, and the ice cream, cakes, candies and nuts were served by | Mrs. Braden with the assistance of Mrs. Albert Raymond of Ana- for her niece, including her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Terry Stephenson Jr., and another niece, Mrs. Edmund West, in the foursome. After luncheon all returned to the T. E. Stephenson home for contract play. Mrs. Bernard Parker, 2463 Heliotrope Drive, entertained another little group at the Victor Hugo Inn in Our Village in compliment to Mrs. Stephenson. Mrs. Edmund West was hostess on anther occasion at luncheon in her home, 2025 North Flower street. Two tables of contract were in play, with Mrs. Jack Hanna winning prize for high score and Mrs. Ronald Crookshank consoled. Mrs. West accompanied her sister-in-law south today and will remain for a week’s visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stephenson of Descanso. Her small son Eddie has been with his grandparents for the past two weeks, and will return home with his mother on the Streamliner, his first train trip. * * * Worthwhile Club Holds Annual Picnic, Program Nine close friends comprise the ^eim. ancj j,er mother, Mrs. Hat- club group, and all were occupied |ti M cmuh with their usual knitting or, u v needlework within the home, when . r ^ entertainment, baby Mrs. Braden suggested that they ! Plctures hroufh} by .the repair to the garden for the des-|were inspected and identities sort course. In the meantime jessed. A line of fluttering baby other friends had assembled at garments> s0 as almost to be the nearby home of Mrs. Lewis Williams, to enter the garden through the side gate. There they gathered in friendly groups beneath the Deauville umbrellas gaily dotting the lawn, prepared to enjoy the surprise on the two honor guests. A most charming scene followed, for the flower borders of the garden glowed with unusual blossoms—pink and blue wrapped gift packages, w'ith long ribbons trailing to the edges of big umbrellas. Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Ogle were asked to take turn in following a ribbon to some one of these packages, each opening her gifts in turn. As finale, Mrs. Braden produced a garlanded basket for each honoree. in which each found classed as antiques, also was greatly enjoyed. One of the afternoon’s surprises was the package which Mrs. Ogle's mother, Mrs. Klein of Taylor, Texas, had sent the hostess in readiness for the afternoon. Mrs. Klein is expected to arrive soon for a visit in the Ogle home. Mrs. Braden had among her guests, several from other cities including Mrs. Gurney Stobe (Betty Gould) of Los Angeles; Mrs. Raymond of Anaheim; Mrs. J. T. Ogle and Mrs. Stuart Briggs of Costa Mesa and Mrs. Frank Pierce of Pomona. V acation SPECIAL! For n ik Readers During the vacation months we will have available to the patrons of our BOOK CLUB— the Rental Library — several hundred good titles at the rate of TWO BOOKS One Week TEN CENTS This means you can take these books on your outinsp? at the minimum cost. The list Includes MYSTERY. LOVE. ADVENTURE. DETECTIVE— and. especially. Books lor the Men Readers. HAS. fjORN -*■ BOOKS Phone 5313 Santa Ana 605 North Main St Worthwhile club members were joined by their husbands and other guests for an annual picnic dinner and program Thursday night at Santiago park. Mrs. C. T. Eisele, Mrs. Anna Selver and Mrs. W. B. Gibson formed the committee in charge. Places for 30 guests were marked at the picnic tables. Later In the evening the group assembled in the recreation building for the program. L. A. Galloway led group singing for which the club president, Mrs. J. H. Mitchell was at the piano. J. B. Walden, assistant county farm advisor, gave a talk on "Garden Pests” and S. H. Finley discussed "Water Problems in Orange County.” JOSEPH OGLE Teacher of Piano Special Courses for Children 410 W. Camille Ph. 1640-M Your Best Investment IS GOOD FURNITURE After the day’s turmoil, business cares, and perplexities of modern life . . . the best investment of all is the money you “plant” in furnishing your home. It is • GILT-EDGED SECURITY. A comfortable easy chair to relax in . . . one that’s all yours. In our complete selection we have several unusually comfortable ones — priced remarkably low. Come in and see them any-time. COLD FUR Have Your FURS. . Re-styled and Renovated NOW! at Low Summer Prices! STORAGE NOW SHOWING New Swaggers , Jackets and Chokers *373 * 218 North Broadway MIDA m UKo Santa Ana ALWAYS BUY FURS FROM A TU RRt* R

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