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IN eharp contrast to the email, In
formal affairs that have marked the
loclal life of Los Angeles thus far
during the season will b« the number of
large receptions scheduled for the com
The merry whirl will commence Mon
day, when the ladles accompanying the
party of American Press Humorists will
be tendered a recaption and luncheon
at Monrovia. The wives of the members
of the Monrovia board of trade and Mrs.
O. A. Barrle, president of the local Wo
men's Preeß aisociatlon, will receive the
guests, and the following named members
of the club will go out from Los An
•feles to assist in receiving and enter
taining: Mesdames F. A. Miller, Bur
bridge, Myers, Una Nixon Hopkins, A.
M. Stowe, W. H. Townsend, M. M. Bow
man, Mary Kinkald, D. C. MeCon, Mi&«
The visitors will be shown aoout the
city in carriages and later will expe
rience a tamale luncheon under the
magnificent oak trees on the lawr at La
Tuesday will be Pasadena day for the
visitors and Mrs. Robert J. Burdotte will
entertain about fifty guests for an in
formal luncheon at noon at beautiful
"Burny Crest" on Orange Grove avenue.
In the evening the Y. M. C. A. have
planned a reception at their boarding hall
on Grand avenue, when the secretaries
who have been connected with the asso
ciation will entertain for two young
ladles who have recently Joined their
ranks. Miss Condue, who Is from Cleve
land, 0., and Miss Whiting, whose home
If in Minneapolis.
Wednesday evening the press humorists
»nd their wive* will be received
¦y Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Taylor at
their home, 930 Valencia street. Judge
Mortimer Lewis of the Post, Houston,
Tex., will be the honored guest. That
came evening the members of the Wo
men's Mining and Stock exchange will
be at home to new members and friends
at their rooms in the Citizens' Bank
building, including a number of visitors
from GoldSeld. A special musical pro
gram has been arranged and a pretty
feature of the reception will be the at
tendance of three pagea dressed in court
costume. A reception and banquet in
compliment to Strickland W. GUlllan is
being arranged by his friends who were
his associates on The Herald staff in
Thursday, from 4 o'clock to 7, Mrs.
John W. Mitchell will receive the press
humorists at the Mitchell home on First
street— a home famous for the gracious
hospitality of its owners. With Mr. and
Mr?. Mitchell as hosts and the lovely
gardens and extensive view as acces
sories, there can be no question as to the
happy memories of the afternoon that
will remain with the guests.
Among the weddings of the week witi
that of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holt, who
¦were married by Rev. Will Knlghten,
pastor of the Union Avenue Methodist
church, the ceremony taking place Tues
day evening at the home of the bride's
parents. The bride, who was Miss Odelle
Content, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
N. J. Content, the family having resided
in Los Angeles for twenty years.
The bride was attired in white and car
ried a bouquet of ferns tied with whit»
tulle, and Mrs. George Lacy, matron of
honor, was in blue. Claude Miller stood
with the groom. Music was furnished by
Miss Florence Miller.
An unusual and attractive feature of
the decorations was the number of wed
ding bells vised. The parlor where the
ceremony was performed was in white
and green, the reception room in pink and
green and the dining room in red and
green, and everywhere were suspended
the tiny little bells. There were present
about eighty relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Holt will return this week
from a short trip to San Diego and
Mexico and will occupy their home at 126
East Avenue Forty-one.
Mr. Holt has been connected for several
years with the city engineer's office.
En Route to the East
Rev. Baker P. Lee and Mrs. Lee are
en route to the east, having left Los An
geles Friday. They will attend the Epis
copal convention, to which Mr. Lee goes
as delegate, and will visit Jamestown and
also go to southern points, where they
will visit friends.
Miss Earlie Goodcell and L. DeWitt
Lyors were married Friday evening at the
home of the bride by Rev. B. C. Corey,
pastor of Vincent Methodist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyon will reside in Los
Winter in the Orient
Miss Rose Newmark, accompanied by
Miss Hazel Harris of North Los Robleu
avenue, North Pasadena, are contemplat
ing a trip to the orient. The young ladles
¦will sail with a party of friends from San
Francisco early in November and will
pass the winter in Japan, the Philippines
One of the delightful affairs of the week
was given by Mrs. Charles Merry weather
of 2101 Oak street Tuesday afternoon, who
entertained in compliment to her daugh
ter-in-law, Mrs. C. Ernest Merryweather,
who came to Loa Angeles a bride from
Detroit, Mich., recently.
Mrs. Merryweathrr was assisted in re
ceiving by'the Misses Maude and Caroline
Merryweather. Ferns, asters and roses
were arranged throughout the room in an
artistic scheme of pink, white and green,
and an orchestra furnished music durlnr;
the hours for receiving. Nearly 100 friends
came to greet tho gueat of honor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ernest Merryweather
are residing at 2114 Oak street.
State Society to Meet
The New Hampshire society will meet
Tuesday night in Burbank hall. Those
present will be entertained with a patriotic
program, which will consist of a paper on
the "Landing of the Pilgrims" by George
E. Adams, a talk on the "Indians of New
England" by E. O. Stone, and Informal ad
dresses by Dr. R. L. Clark and W. D.
Fuller. Prof. Reginald Demlng will fur
nlsh instrumental music and Mrs. Ida
Williams has promised vocal music.
Mrs. Lester Robinson, who passed the
summer at Ocean Park, has returned and
will entertain the Bridge Whist club, of
which she Is a member, Wednesday at her
home on Grand avenue.
Pre. Nuptial Linen Shower
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Zetterberg. 3216
Eagle 'street, have announced the ap
proaching marriage of their daughter,
Miss Colla, to Adolph F. Eckert.
A* linen «howor was given for Miss
Zetrerberg Wednesday night at her home,
at which a large company of young peo
ple were present.
The engagement of Miss Dollle Hough
and J. Stockton of Salt Lake has been an
nounced. Tho wedding will take place
about New Year.
Surprise for Birthday
Mrs. Henry J. Coatea of 1632 West
rwenty-fourth street entertained with a
i] ;it Hotel Welland this wee,k :n
i the birthday anniversary of Mrs.
Addle Florence Dunn, worthy matron of
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER lV 1907.
South Oato chapter, Eastern Star. The
other guests were also officers of tha
The affair was a surprise to Mrs. Dunn.
To Wed Tuesday
Friends In Pasadena and Los Angeles
are Interested In the marriage of Miss
Eva McFarland of th« former city and
A. Victor Kllntberg of Los Angeles,
which Is to take place Tuesday evening.
Miss McFarland is a member of the
Rembrandt Art club.
Among the many weddings of the week
was that of Miss Margaret Isabella Haw
kins of Santa Monica and Edward Carl
ton Stockwell, which took place Thurs
day evening at the home of the groom,
2009 Oak street. The bride was for three
years leading soprano at St. Augustine's
church, Santa Monica.
The marriage of Miss Myrtle Whlpple,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Whipple
of 1162 East Fifteenth street, and Milo
Strawn took place Wednesday evening at
the home of the bride's parents.
The bride's gown mi of white satin,
trimmed with embroidered chiffon, and
a cluster of white carnations with ferns
was carried. Miss Gladys Whipple. a sis
tar of the bride, who attended her as
maid of honr, wore pale green silk, and
carried pink roses. Hilton Major acted as
groomsman and the ceremony was per
formed by Rev; Mr. Anderson. A recep
tion followed the marriage service. Mr.
and Mrs. Strawn have gone to Catallna
for a month. They have taken a house
at 1162 East Plfty-flfth street.
For San Francisco Guest
Mrs. Fannie Oarland and Miss McLeod
gave a handsomely appointed dinner
Tuesday evening at their home on West
Twentieth street In compliment to Theo
dore Peck of San Francisco. The decora
tions were In pink roses. Besides Mr.
Peck there were present Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Hart. Mr. and Mrs. William
Heald oi England and F. L. Botsford.
Box Party and Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Behymer enter
tained with a box party at the Belasco
Friday evening In honor of their guests,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hutchlnson of Tuc
son. After the play the party adjourned
to Levy's for dinner.
By Auto to Idyllwild
Henry W. O'Melveny, W. G. Kerckhoff
and United States Senator Frank P.
Flint left Los Angeles at 4 p. m. Satur
day for an automobile ride to Idyllwlld.
They expected to reach Idyllwild at 9
o'clock last night
For Miss List
Mrs. R. D. List of Pasadena avenue
and Monterey road entertained with a
garden party Friday evening in compll
m«nt to Miss Augusta List, who left yes
terday for Wellesley college. Miss List
has been a member of this year's senior
class at Occidental college, and the guests
were largely students from Occidental.
The grounds were brilliantly lighted and
there were nearly 100 present to wish
Miss List goodby. ' Mr. and Mrs. Me-
Davltt assisted In receiving and enter
Returns to Arizona
Miss Virginia June Bagby, who has
been studying this summer at the Bur
ford Conservatory of Music, started for
her home In Bisbee, Ariz., yesterday.
In New Home
Mr. and Mrs. Austin E. Elliott are
now in their new home, 625 Halldale ave
nue, where they will receive friends.
Home from Abroad
Miss Lois Chamberlain is expected In
Los Angeles after an absence of six
months in Europe.
Miss Elsie Bryson and Emil Ganz, pres
ident of the First National bnnk of
Phoenix. Ariz., were married Thursday
evening In this city, the ceremony taking
place at the Angelus hotel. Rev. Frank
DeWitt Talmage officiated, and the wed
ding was attended only by relatives and
a few close friends of the two. Mr. and
Mrs. Ganz left Los Angeles yesterday In
Mr. Ganz's private car for Phoenix, where
they will reside.
Miss Carhart Here
Miss Augusta Carhart, who has re
turned after more than a year's absence
from Los Angeles, Is visiting her brother,
Robert Carhart, at 2716 West Ninth street.
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Linden
fold to Vincent Adreas will take place at
9 o'clock Tuesday morning at St. Joseph's
Off to the Orient
Mrs. Fred S. McPherson, 964 North
Court circle, accompanied by her niece,
Mrs. George Meiklejohn and daughter
Ethel of Devils Lake, N. D., left San
Francisco Thursday for a trip to the
During their absence they will visit
relatives of Mrs. Meiklejohn in Yoko
hama and tour Japan. They will extend
their trip to the principal cities of China
and return to Los Angeles about the holi
Year to Open Tuesday
Los Angeles chapter, Daughters of the
Confederacy, will hold Its first meeting
of the season at 2 o'clock Tuesday In the
Ebell club house. At that time work for
the coming year will be planned and dele
gates to the general convention at James
town will be elected.
House Party at Tustln
Miss Enid and Elsie Behymer, daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Behymer of
623 Carondolet street, have returned from
Tustln, where they were guests at a de
lightful house party given by Mrs. W. C.
Cutler and her two daughters, Misses
Caroline and Evelyn Cutler. The MlsSts
Cutler gave a large dancing party, at
which the Misses Behymer and Miss Es
telle Summers were guests of honor dur
ing their stay.
Princess Marie Lodge to Entertain
Invitations are out for a reception,
lecture ana dance, with which Princess
Marie lodge will entertain its friends In
Symphony hall Saturday evening, Sep
tember 20. The speaker will be Madame
Beck-Myer, who will give her famous lec
ture on "Anderson's Fairy Tales." The
occasion is to be an invitation affair. The
committee in charge, composed of
Mesdames Dodd, Mohr and Nelson and
the Misses Larson and Jenson, insures
They Will Wed
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Fragner have an
nounced the engagement of their daugh
ter. Miss Florence, and Clinton Senter of
Oakland Wedding •
Los Angeles friends will be Interested in
learning of the approaching marriage of
Miss Estelle Peters of Oakland and Clar
ence Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Reed, also of Oakland. The ceremony
will take place at Elmburst, home of the
MR. AND MRS. JOHN BCHULTZ, WH<3 WERE MARRIED THURBDAY EVENING
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A PRETTY wedding took place Thurs-
Aday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. 11. Heller on Hartford ave
nue, when John. E. Schultz and Miss
Flora MeClure were married. The bride
was becomingly gowned In a pale bluu
silk poplin, trimmed with applique and
carried a bouquet of bride roses. The
bridesmaid, Miss Mildred Fix, wore blue
and white moustellne de sole. C. B. Green
bride's parents, October 14, and the wed
ding trip will tnAlude a visit to Honolulu.
On their return the young people will pay
a visit of several weeks to the groom's
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Alble, 2122 West Twenty-ninth
At the home of the brlde'sjnother, Mrt.
Anna Jackson, 1421 Vermont avenue, oc
curred Wednesday evening the marriage
of Miss Helen Jackson and William Lyne,
Rev. J. M. Schaeffle, pastor of the Pico
Heights Congregational church, officiat
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Lyne will make their
home in Palestine, Tex.
To Spsak at Purity Congress
Wiley J. Phillips, editor of the Califor
nia Voice, accompanied by Mrs. Phillips,
left Inst week for a visit to their old homo
in Virginia. Mr. Phillips will speak at
the purity congress at Battle Creek, Mich.
Handsomely Appointed Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brown entertained
Thursday night at their apartments at
Hotel Ponet Square, South Grand avenue,
with an elaborately appointed dinner, the
guests being Miss E. Hicks, Miss Dana
Burges, Miss Mary Bebblns, D. M. Greene,
Frank Benedick and Will Keith.
Monday Musical Club
The Monday Musical club will hold its
first meeting this year at the home of
Mrs. G. G. MuMlns. 2407 Juliet street, the
second Monday in October. A program Is
being arranged for the occasion, to be
followed by an informal hour over the
For Miss Murchison
Thomas R. Murchison entertained the
W. W. club and friends in the parlors
of Immanuel Presbyterian church Tues
day night, his sister, Miss Dora Etta Mur
chison, and her fiance, Arthur C. Ralthel,
being the guests of honor.
Miss Murchison, who Is one of the Sep
tember brides-elect, was guest of honor
at a twilight tea given by Miss Isabel
Thompson of 1127 West Ninth street a few
evenings ago. Pink roses and ferns were
Stanford Women Meet
Miss Helen North was hostess at a meet
ing of the Stanford Women's club yester
day afternoon at her home, 1033 Ingraham
street, the occasion being the second regu
lar business meeting of the season, and
as Is the custom this was followed by an
informal chat over the teacups.
After the necessary business was dis
posed of Miss Florence Foy, who accom
panied the Sierra club this summer, dis
cussed their itinerancy most delightfully,
and Miss Hazel Patterson, who vlsltefd
Mexico this summer, related Interesting
Incidents of her trip.
Tea tables were set in the garden of
Hotel Ingraham, which adjoins the North
home, and here the guests were .served by
Mmes. G. C. Martin. J. D. Carr, B. B.
Wyman, W. K. Peasley, Sherrlll Osborne,
Misses Sue Carpenter, Marie Gavagan,
Nan Browning, Myrtle Timmons, Jessie
Moore, Sue Barnwell, Julia Boynton and
Miss North Is president of the club and
Miss Lou Ward Is the secretary and
treasurer. Meetlngß are held once In two
MRS. ROBERT J. BURDETTE, WHO WILL ENTERTAIN AT LUNCH.
EON FOR THE LADIEB OF THE PRESS HUMORISTS' PARTY AT
HER HOME, SUNNY CREBTT, PASADENA
of Pennsylvania was best man. The cer
emony took place under a beautiful floral
canopy, the Rev. Benjamin Fay Mills
offlclntlng. -Mies Helen Tappe had charge
of the mutic.
The bride and groom are members of
the Los Angeles Fellowship, the Unity
club and other organizations, and arc
very popular among the local colonies of
Coloradoans and Pennsylvanians, from
which states the bride and groom hail
months, all Stanford women being wel
For Mrs. Edwards
Mrs. Blanche Trimble entertained yes
terday with a luncheon In tha Indian grill
room of Hotel Alexandria in honor of her
daughter, Mrs. Beulah Edwards of Kan
sas Cfty, who is here for a visit. After
luncheon the party occupied a box at the
For Mrs. Pope
The Woman's alliance of the First Uni
tarian church entertained Thursday at
luncheon for Mrs. Jesse Pope, who previ
ous to her marriage was a Los Angeles
girl. Prof, and Mrs. Pope have been the
guests of Mrs. Pope's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Orin W. Butler, for some days.
En Route to Europe
Miss Florence Canfleld, accompanied by
her sisters, the Misses Eileen and Carrie
Canfleld, and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. McGin
nls, started for the east, golng-in Me.
and Mrs. Edward Doheney's touring oar,
Miss Canfleld is going abroad, but first
will place her sisters in an eastern school.
They expect to be absent from Los An
geles until the close of the year."
Five Years Old
Mrs. Stanley A. Spencer of 2103 West
Twenty-eighth street entertained for her
5-year-old daughter Wednesday at Hotel
Alexandria a company of eight little
friends assembling to wish the small
maiden "many happy returns" on the an
niversary of her birth. The hours were
from 4 to 6 o'slock, and the event took
place in the private dining room of the
hotel. The decorations were in pink and
white, and the favors were tiny pink
boxes filled with bonbons. Each llttie
lady was presented with a dollle, and the
afternoon was In every way a happiness.
For Miss Cherry
Friday Mrs. Sumner P. Hunt of 2645
Severance street will be at home in ronv
pllment to Mrs.,F. P. Flint and Mrs. A.
L. Danskin. About 100 cards have been
sent out for the afternoon. Mrs. Flint
and Mrs. Danskin, the mother of Sena
tor Flint, plan to accompany him to
Washington early in October, where they
will remain during the session of con
Saturday evening Mr., and Mrs. War
ren Wilson of South Boylo avenue are
to give a garden fete, the guests to be
members of the editorial excursion who
went to Hawaii last year, and the com
pany at this gathering will be a large
The marriage office read by Father
McManus In the parochial house yester
day morning at 11 o'clock united Miss
Christine Clark of this city, and Rosamel
Castro of Santa Maria, and, according
to friends, thereby hangs a pretty ro
Some two months ago the young peo
ple had never met, arid Mr. Castro In
vited his friend, George L. Sanders, a
Los Angeles attorney, to pass pa^rt of
his vacation on the big Castro ranch In
the northern part of Santa Barbara, mak
ing the Castro ranch the objective point
of an automobile trip that Mr. and Mrs.
Among the guests were Messrs. and
Mesdami'9 William Jones, J. M. -Fix, E.
M. Hfller, Louis Burns, Albert Craig,
Mr?. R. T. Nylw, Misses Anna Tappe,
Mary Putnam. Bertha Allen. Ethelwyn
Mills, Lydia Walters, Rev. Reynold E.
Blight, Messrs. M. H. Chambers, Clyde
Chambers, Walter Gould Lincoln and
After a honeymoon trip to San Diego
the young couple will be at home at
1223 West First street.
Saunders were about to make, taking
Miss/Clark as guest. The Invitation was
accepted, and Dan Cupid began prepar
ing an especially tipped arrow.
The stay at the ranch was brief, but
long enough for Mr. Castro to fall "head
over heels" in love, and he followed the
trio immediately to Los Angeles. That
he pressed his suit successfully as well
as with urgency Is told In the happy
denouement of yesterday.
Miss Clark has" .been for a number of
years head of the fiction department of
the Los Angeles library, and several of
her associates there were Included
among the small number of friends who
were invited to wldness the ceremony,
which was very quiet, owing to the re
cent death of Miss Clark's mother.
Tho bride was gowned in, a traveling
suit' of blue broadcloth and more a blue
hat to match.
Mr. nari Mrs! Castro left on the 2:30
train far Santa Barbara, where they will
tarry before going north,
Mr. Castro Is owner of the famous
Castro fancho, situated between Santa
Cruz and Santa Barbane,, and ls*l mem
ber of one of the most ancient Spanish
families in California, in whoso veins
runs the old "blue blood." The Ca*stros
have been associated prominently with
the history of the state, the famous Gen
eral Castro being great-grandfather of
the groom of today.
| For Miss Jorgenson
Among »the brides-elect for whom pleas
ant affairs are being arranged Is Miss
Lewise Jorgensun of Normandle Btreet,
whose engagement to Robert McGraw of
Henderson, Ky., is no secret from friends.
Mr. McGraw Ih in the city, the guest of
Miss Jorgenson's mother, and with his
fiancee was the guest of honor at a
daintily appointed dinner given by Mrs.
I. N. Wilson of Hollywood Wednesday
evening. After dinner an informal mu
slcale was enjoyed.
Among those present besides the guest
of honor were Mrs. J. N. Jorgenson,
Mrs. Walter Ewlng, Miss Grace Grey,
Messrs. Paul Grey and Edward Jorgen
' Mr. McGraw is connected with the bank
at Henderson, and the young people will
make their home there.
Los Angeles Bridesmaids
One of the smartest of the fall wed
dings at Santa Barbara was that of a
former Los Angeles girl. Miss Nellie
Stone, who was married Wednesday
evening at the home of her uncle, H.
J. Finger, on East Victoria street, the
groom being H. A. Miller of Albany, N. Y.
The bride was a Los Angeles high
school student and a popular member of
the school sorority, the Lambda Theta
Phi, and among the girl friends chosen
to assist at her wedding were three
from Los Angeles— Miss Elsie Laux, who
wasj maid of honor; Miss Josephine
Lewis, one of the quartet of bridesmaids,
and Miss Clara Bosbyshell, who played
the wedding march. Other members of
the bridal party were Mrs. D. H. Miller
of San Francisco, who was matron of
honor; Miss Louise Bates, Miss Jessie
Bell and Florence Hasslnger, bridesmaid^.
D. H. Miller of San Francisco stood as
A large reception followed the cere
mony, at which Rev. William C. Merrill,
pastor of the Congregational church, of
ficiated. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will reside
in Albany after an extended trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Rabin, who have
recently moved Into their new home on
Oxford street, entertained a few friends
delightfully with a muslcale Thursday
evening, the occasion being In the nature
of a housewarmlng.
The program was most happily ar
ranged. Miss Bennett, wJio has a beau
tiful contralto voice, was heard in sev
eral numbers, Miss Ford's selections on
the mandolin were greatly enjoyed and
Prof. De Chauvenet, who is a well known
pianist, added greatly to tho pleasure of
the evening with Beveral delightful num
The guests were Messrs and Mesdames
Benjamin Brooks, J. L. Long, H. R.
Long, C. G. Bluff, H. Lutes; Mesclames
Brltton, Dewey, Agnes Schroeder; Misses
Grace Brltton, Hoen, N. E. Mtillen, A.
Lindsey, Schley and Miss iJermon of
Salt Lake; Mr. Beldlng and Dr. W. H.
To Reside In Los Angeles
Major Robert C. Rankln .and family
have come from Lps Vegas to make their
home In tins city. For several years
Major Rankln was engaged in the bank-
Ing business in Memphis, Term., but
lately has become Identified with the Las
Vegas and Tonopah railroad as treasurer
and will make his headquarters In Los
Angeles. Mrs. Rankln, who Is a sister
of Walter H. Comstock, secretary of the
Salt Lake road, Is the possessor of an
unusually beautiful soprano voice and
will be an acquisition to the, musical
circles of the city.
Miss Ethel Evans and Litonel George
Wilson were married at 7:30 o'clock
Saturday morning at the Union Avenue
Methodist church, Key. Will A.
Knlghten, pastor, performing the cere
mony, which \»as witnessed by about
100 relatives and friends.
The church had been elaborately
dPi-oratcd in green and white and was
Miss Lottie Kendall attended the
bride, who wore a handsome traveling
dress of brown, with hat to match, and
J»rk F\ Mellon was groomsman.
After the ceremony Mr. and Mra WII-*
son departed" for Coronado. On their
return they will take, up their resi
dence at 1149 West First street.
For General and Mrs. New
Gen. and Mrs. A. L. New, who are
almost ns much at home In Southern
California as In Indiana, and who are
always cordially welcojfned to Los An
geles, are again In the- city and nre
talking <>f purchasing a site here for
their winter residence.
During the week they wrrc guests of
honor at a handsomely appointed din
ner given at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
C. I*. Hlgbee at their home on North
Union avenue, and later In tho week
were entertained at an Informal card
V>nrty given for thorn by Mrs. W. H.
Kenworthy of 116 North Union avenue.
Oen. New and Mr. Hlgbee are plan
ning a business trip to tho Gulf of
Mexico and neighboring points, and the
ladles are talking of Joining the. ex
pedition. This, however, Is only tenta
tive, for if the methods of travel
adopted are too rough Mrs. New and
Mi's". Hlgbee will eject to remain wlth
lng reach of the comforts of civiliza
For Miss Cherry
Miss Alice Bernlce Cherry, who will wed
Jpss E. Stephens Thursday evening nnd
wlin has been tho recipient of much
plensant attention since the announce
ment of her engagement, was guest of
honor at a pretty affair Wednesday after
noon given by Mrs. W. T. Schneider of
1819 Oxford street.
Tha dining room was bright with red
carnations and ribbons of the same vivid
shade, and the place cards were blank
except for the name of the guest, who
wrote ft recipe In the blank space for
the bride's cook book.
Others guests present were Mmes. H. C.
Montague. Perclval Merlthew, Schneider,
George Shelton. Cherry, Misses Eula
Smith, Lou Ward; Carrie Lenz, Lily Ols
hnusen and Helen Montague.
Miss Ada Miller has returned from a
visit to the Grand canyon.
J. W. Edwards and family have re
turned from a extended vacation at Lake
Mrs. J. A. Parish, who has been east
on business, returned to Los Angeles
Col. J. B. Lankprshlm entertained a
large loge party at the Belasco one even-
Ing last week.
Mrs. M. Lehaue of Kansas City is the
guest of Mrs. William Button, li>3s West
Roland Mac Masters of 8L Andrews
place left Monday for CharlottsvlUe, Va.,
where he will enter the state university.
Miss Ethel Phelps of 724 Coronado
street is expected to arrive today from
an absence of three months In Marlposa
Miss Alice Gastron, who makes her
home at the Westmore, has gone east,
expecting to make an extended stay in
Mrs. "William Strowbridge and son Ed
son have returned after an absence of
three months spent with friends in Port
land, Ore. • ,
Miss Fannie Kerns, 916 Gratton street,
will leave Tuesday for New York to enter
Columbia university and continue her
Mrs. Joseph B. Handy of Paris, Tex.,
and two daughters Is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Etta Hodges, 1138 East Twenty
Miss A. L. Swabdl of 655 South Broad
way, who has been In New Tork and
Chicago for six weeks on business, is
again at home.
Mrs. R. C. Carlton, Miss Lillian Carl
ton and John Carlton of 1024 Elden ave
nue, who passed the summer at Ocean
Park, have returned.
Miss Mollle Adelia Brown of 980 Mag
nolia avenue left yesterday for the east
for a month's staj\ Miss Brown will
visit relatives in New York.
Mrs. Granvllle MacGowan was in town
for a brief stay last week, but has re
turned to Bolsa .Chlca, where she will
probably remain until October 1.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker of Palm
avenue have gone to Pelican Lake, Ore.,
on a hunting and fishing trip, which they
expect will extend over six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Danziger of 828
Lako street, left Wednesday for the
east. They will travel extensively and
plan to return about November 1.
Mrs. G. A. Grant of 724 West Thirty
second street has returned from a visit
to Coronado. Mrs. Grant will be at home,
tho first and last Wednesdays of the
month during the winter.
Miss Elizabeth Gibson Bradley of Bos
ton has arrived to spend the winter with
her brother In this city and with friends
In Pasadena. Miss Bradley is staying at
the Moore on Eighth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Strasburg left
Thursday night for Saglnaw, Mich., Mr.
Strasburg's old home. Later visits will
be made to points in Canada and the
east, including the Jamestown exposi
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Letts, accom
panied by their two daughters, Miss Edna
and Miss Gladys, left for New York last
week via Canada. The young ladies will
be placed in a boarding school in New
Miss Julia Sunderland, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sunderland of 1811
South Flower street, returned home to
day from a year of travel in tho east.
In her absence she passed several months
ir Chicago and St. Louis.
Raymond J. AVolfsohn will entertain
his brother, J/llan Most Wolfsohn of
San Franclscof this week. The visitor is
on his way to Johns Hopkins univer
sity, Baltimore, where he will enter on
a four years' course in surgery.
Mrs. dharleo N. Randolph of this city
is the guest of Mrs. Gilbert Fltz Patrick
of the Lessing, Chicago, during Septem
ber. Among the pleasant affairs given
In her honor was a function at Glen
View club by Dr. and Mrs. Randolph.
1 Burt O. Kinney, Russ Xvery and Kas
son Avery were members of a party
that spent a delightful three weeks in the
high Sierras. Their Itinerary Included
a trip \ip Kern river, the party coming
back by way of Kings river. They also
ascended Mount Whitney.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Kriedel of Ellens
burg, Wash., who have been visiting
their aunt, Mrs. H. Meyerstein, 609 Fig
ueroa street, have left for San Fran
cisco en route for home. They were
guests of honor at several social affairs
during their stay in Los Angeles.
Mrs. William Pickerel is in the city for
a few days from Arizona, en route for
Chicago, where she^xpects to meet her
brother. W. A. Smith. From Chicago
they will go to Seattle, where they will
take the steamer for the Orient, their ob
jective point being Paris, where they
will meet Mrs. Smith and children, who
have been abroad several months.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Thomas of
Las Vegas, Nev., who, accompanied by
their son James, have been visiting their
daughter, Miss Mario Thomas, fon two
weeks, have returned to ttteir home. The
young man left Monday night* for An
dover, Mas*., where this year he will be
a member of the senior class and man
ager of the college paper, the Phillipian.
In the future The Herald will ; Issue ' to '; «ut>t
itcrlber* • holding : six months contracts a Tho
Housekeeper, Instead ,of ¦" the Woman'! • Horns
Companion. Th« I Housekeeper 'Is : preferred 'by
many of our patrons. . It Is bright, full of ex
cellent aitlolw of especial Interest to women. .
Out of Town Society
Rev. Harry R. Keatcs and family leave
Monday for 1 their new homo in Indiana,
Mr. Keates becoming the pastor of one
of the leading churches at Richmond.
At the Friends church, corner at Ray
mond avenue and Villa street, Thursday
evening a oompllmentary farewell was
given the beloved pnstor when hundreds
of people gathered and tho reception
committflo was busy for an hour shaking
hands with the passing throng. After a
four years' pastorato Mr. Keates goes to
a new field of work, leaving many re
grets that he must give up his Pasadena
Miss Helen Allingham of North Laka
avenue was hostess Thursday at a
masque party- and shower given by the
Philathea and Baraca classes of the Lake
Avenue Congregational church In honor
of Miss Lotta Miller, who will, be mar
ried within a few days to William Snyder.
Miss Josepfflne Baugh and Herbert F.
Borryhlll were united in marriage Tues
day morning at the home of Mrs. Hol
comb on Crescent drive. They will re
side at Parller. - /
Mr. and Mrs. Homer F. Stone of Ma
rengo av-enue entertained the choir of -
the First Methodist Episcopal church at
their h,ome Friday evening.
Mrs. George W. Ross and Mrs. Tata
of Altadcna gave a luncheon and theater
party at the California club in La's An
geles the past weeß.
Mrs. Robert J. Burdette and Mrs. John
W. Mitchell will be hostesses at a lunch
eon to be given to the American Press
Humorists tomorrow at Linda Vista
Grande in Monrovia. This Is to be one
of the most delightful receptions tendered
the funny men and their wives and
daughters during their stay in California.
Mrs. Lewis S. Randolph of Arizona was
the guest of honor Thursday evening at
a luncheon given by her aunt, Mrs. S.
G. Randolph of North Gnrfleld avenue.
Miss Adelia McNelll left Friday for
New York, where she will continue her
studies in art thd coming winter.
Rev. C. M. Fisher and family were wel
comed to their new home in South Pas
adena Thursday evening by a reception
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan
Dodge at the corner of Fair Oaks avenue
and Monterey road. Rev. Fisher has
recently accepted a call to the pastorate
of Calvary Presbyterian church. A large
company gathered to greet him in the
new work. . .
.' William Yearjan of Yearlan & Yearlan.
will be married soon at San Francisco
to Miss Carrie Oakley of the Bay city.
Mr. Yearian recently came here from
San Francisco to go Into business.
A dance and a dinner at the Hotel
Maryland were given by Miss Julia
Holmes Thursday night. Miss Holmes
left for- a six months' stay in the east
Friday, and the social gathering of a
small party of her friends on the eve of
her departure was one of the moßt en
joyable of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Snyder of Nqrth '
Raymond avenue celebrated their twen
ty-fifth wedding anniversary Thursday by
a. silver wedding reception. About 200
guests were present and numerous hand
some and costly gifts In silver were
among the articles received by the b,ost
and hostess from friends in Los Angeles
and Pasadena. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Con
ger were honored guests, as It was Dr.
Conger who married Mr. and Mrs. Snyder
twenty-five years ago at Orion, 111.
Miss Constance McCllntock entertained
Friday afternoon at her home on Brad
ford street in honor of Miss Marguerite
Austin. It was an informal tea and was
one of the many, little social functions
by which Miss Austin is constantly re*
minded that she Ik soon to be marri^l
to Clarence Austin. A linen shower ai
companled the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stimson and
family, who .have been touring In Nor
way, Sweden, Denmark, Russia and Eng
land the pas^ summer, are expected home
very soon. Mrs. Stimson and Miss Cor
dolia arrlveß In New York on the fast
Cunard steamer Lusitania and the other
members of the family are following on
another ocean liner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sykes have re
turned from Mt. Wilson, accompanied by
their sons, Herbert and Fred, and have
gone to Long Beach for a week.
Mrs. Gus Veale of Kenslnston place
surprised her husband Wednesday even
ing with a birthday party in his honor.
Scott R. Sherwood, founder of Sher
wood parjt in New York and a noted
author ahd lecturer, now residing in
Pasadena, left Thursday for the east, and
it is expected that ho will bo married
in New York about September 25. The
bride-to-be is Mrs. Mathot, the only
daughter now living of the lato Baron
Eugehe Hausser, who migrated from
France after the fall of Sedan and col
lapse of the dynasty of Napoleon, She
mot Mr. Sherwood in Canada In 1905 and
since that time has traveled abroad. Mr.
Sherwood believes In trial separations
instead of In trial marriages. -
Miss Daisy E. Rhoden and Warren R.
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