BY THE CHATTERER
There Is much interest manifested
among society folk in the two Hub
scription dances being planned for the
I'rlda, between Christmas and New
year's and Mardi Gras day in Feb
ruary. Numerous meetings are being
arranged and plans are being formed
to make them a great success. The
affair is being directed by Mrs. Michael
.1. Connell and a number of others who
will assist as patronesses, although the
list is not yet complete.
The garden fete which was planned
for last Thursday afternoon and even
ing by the women of Immanuel Pres
byterian church was postponed until
Thursday afternoon of this week on
account of the heavy rain. Extensive
preparations had been made and many
booths had been erected. The affair
is in charge of the auxiliary, and the
hostesses will Include Mrs. S. S. Salis
bury, Mrs. J. J. Aiken, Mrs. Joseph
Marsh, Mrs. Fred Johnson,. Mrs. Alli
son Barlow, Mrs. F. W. Pleas, Mrs. B.
L. Harding, Mrs. J. M. Clute. Mrs. E.
S. Rowley, Mrs. S. C. Hubbell, Mrs.
George Bradbeer, Mrs. Henderson Hay
ward, Mrs. W. C. Paterson, Mrs. T. A.
Rex and Mrs. W. B. Matthews.
The fete will be given in the garden
of the grounds of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Marsh In West Chester place and sup
per will be served In the pergola. Auto
mobiles will be in waiting at the Lan
kershlm hotel to convey patrons to the
grounds, where attractive wares will
be displayed to attract the fancy of the
public. The different booths will be
under the charge of Mrs. Jennie Full
wood and Mrs. William Bayley, fancy
work; aprons, Mrs. W. E. McVay;
kimonos, Mrs. William Lacey; candy,
Mrs. F. R. Thomas and Mrs. William
Hartwell; punch, Mrs. Thomas C.
Ridgway; cornucopias, Mrs. W. D.
Matthews; popcorn, Mrs. Bruce Wal
Mrs. Edwin T. Earl entertained with
a delightful luncheon party at: her
beautiful home in Wllshire boulevard
Friday afternoon. The dining room
was decorated with pink roses and
ferns and the place cards were hand
painted pink roses. This was the first
of a series of luncheons with which
Mrs. Earl will ■ entertain during the
season. Covers were laid for Mrs.
Michael J. Connell, Mrs. Granville Mao-
Gowan, Mrs. Cameron E. Thorn, Mrs.
J. Ross Clark, Mrs. Walter Scott New
hall, Mrs. Frank Griffith, Mrs. Joseph
Lewis, Mrs. Walter Leeds and Mrs. "H.
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. Mrs. William M. Caswell of Westlake
avenue will entertain with a bridge
luncheon Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. William S. Hook of West Adams,
street left for Chicago Thursday morn
ing. '~'7*\ ':
Mrs. O. A. Switzer of West Thirtieth
street entertained with a luncheon on
Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. L.
U. Switzer and her daughter; Mrs. M.
N. Herbel>i of Elslnore,. The house
was decorated with pink carnations
and ferns, and the place cards were
hand painted carnations. Covers were
laid for Mrs. W. M. Cartwrlght, Mrs.
C..A. Barney, Mrs. FhllWymon, Mrs.
A. F. Theberge and Miss C. Theberge.
A number of other affairs will be giv
en for the visitors. -..*'.-
Mrs. M. H. Ingerson of East Thirty
first street entertained the Bide a Wee
club recently. The house was deco
rated with ferns and in the dining
room a miniature pond covered with
pond lilies formed the centerpiece on
the table. Ropes of asparagus ferns
were festooned from the chandelier to
ouch place and tiny butterflies were
poised among the ferns. The place
cards were hand painted pond Idles.
Covers were laid for Mesdames E. B.
. Frankhouseh, E. P. Hill, W. Conklin,
I* E. Spohr, J. F. Graves, C. M. Mar
lean, W. Gerdes, E. B. Wallace, J. A.
Pendleton, D. Conklin and E. L. Bur
goln. A delightful musical program
was one of the features of the after
The marriage of Miss Mary Squires
daughter of Mrs. William Squires, to
Frank Galloway was solemnized last
evening at the Hollywood Christian
church, the Rev. Lloyd Darlse offi
ciating, In the presence of friends and
relatives. A special musical program
was rendered by the Kammermeyer
Mathoson ( iMI J Matheson
New and graceful models from Forsythe and
other well-known makers are now arriving daily.
They reveal the final decisions of Fashion in a
variety of fresh ideas brought forth after the
earlier models were produced.
Boucle and pebble serge, zibelines, matt weaves,
vicunas and camel's hair, in greens and browns,
raven's wing blue, dark seal, rose and exquisite
mixtures in the new rough effects.
Just one of a kind is shoxon—duplication is im
possible. This fact will particularly appeal to
women who appreciate individuality in dress.
If you wish the best in tailored wear, your re
quirements can be perfectly met here.
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SOCIETY NEWS OF THE WEEK
Attractive Guest from the North Who
Returned Home After Delightful Visit
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orchestra and the wedding inarches
were played by Will Galloway. The
bride, who was given away by her
uncle. Fred Wlnstanley, was attired in
a gown of white silk Japanese crepe,
embroidered and trimmed with Vene
tian lace. Her veil was held in place
by a spray of lilies of the valley and
she carried a shower of bride's roses
and lilies of the valley. Miss Pauline
Nlckey assisted as maid of honor. She
was attired in a white lingerie gown
over pink silk. The maids, Misses
Helen Somers, Marian McPherron, Al
ice Claire Brown and Mildred Squires,
were gowned in white lingerie gowns
over white silk and carried arm bou
quets of white carnations. The ribbon
bearer*, Misses Poris Jacobs, Martha
Rlsher, Ruth Moll and Elsie Squires,
In white frocks with pink bows In
their hair, preceded the bridal party.
Nelson Douglas served Mr. Galloway
as best man. The ushers were Al
exander Galloway, Verne Rogers, Sey
mour Tally and James Bishop of In
The church was decorated with pink
and green carnations. Arches to all
the aisles were made of Cecil Bruner
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MRS. E. A. HACKETT (Photo by Hemenway)
roses and ferns. The house where the
reception was held was adorned with
roses, chrysanthemums, potted plants
and palms. The dining room had lil
ies of the valley on the table and the
rest cf the room waa In chrysanthe
mums. Mr. and Mrs. Galloway have
gone to New York and will sail on
the Amerika for Europe October 22,
where they will travel for three
months. They will make their home
in Hollywood on their return.
Among the box parties at the Mason
this week was that given by Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Jenkins on Tuesday evening.
The guests were entertained with sup
per afterward at the Alexandria, and
covers were laid for fourteen.
The wedding of Miss Imogene Banta,
daughter of Mrs. M. K. Holton, to
Frank Eugene Graham was solemnized
last, evening at the Congregational
church at Twelfth and El Molino
streets, the Key: J. M. Schaefle, pas
tor of the church, officiating. The
church was decorated with pink car
nations and ferns, the pulpit being a
mass of bunches of the carnations tied
with immense bows of pink tulip. The
electric lights were shaded with pink
tulle to represent flowers. The bride,
who was given Into the keeping of the
bridegroom by her brother-in-law,
Horace E. Howard, was attired in a
gown of white crepe meteor satin with
a Persian drape trimmed with hand
em broidery and oriental lace. The
court train was edged with white fur,
and the veil was held in place by a
wreath of orange blossoms. Her only
ornament was a pearl brooch, the gift
of the bridegroom. She carried a
prayer book instead of the conven
tional bouquet. Her sister, Mrs. Hor
ace Emory Howard, assisted as ma
tron of honor. She was attired in a
gown of pink crepe and carried an arm
bouquet of Japanese dahlias. Six little
girls, members of her Sunday school
class, were flower bearers, and were
dressed In pink batiste and carried
ropes of carnations and smllax. The
ushers, Misses Edna Newcomer, Edith
Hitchcock, Bertha Lathrop, Ruth Gra
ham, a sister of the bridegroom, were
gowned alike in white lingerie gowns
and carried clusters of pink carnations.
Vernon Jeffers served Mr. Graham aa
After the ceremony a reception
was hold at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Horace Emory Howard, brother
in-law and sister of the bride, at 1235
Xl Molino streot, for which 275 invita
tions were Issued. The living rooms
were decorated with white carna
tions, and garlands of ferns and srnilax
were hung from the chandeliers and
the corners of the rooms. The dining
room, whero supper was served, was
adorned with pink carnations. Mrs.
Holton, mother of the bride, wore a
gown of smoke-colored cashmere de
sole trimmed with old Spanish lace
and hand embroidery veiled with chif
fon. Mr. and Mrs. Graham left for a
wedding trip north and will be at
home to their friends after November
1 at Gardena.
Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Miss Louise Brown, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Brown
of Chicago, to James McCann tof Los
Anpreles. The ceremony was read in
Chicago Wednesday evening. Mr. and
Mrs. McCann left for an extended
neilding trip through the east and
will make their home in Los Angeles,
where they will receive their friends
at 1019 Florida street.
Mr, and Mrs. Ezra T. Sttmson of
West Adams street entertained with a
most delightful evening la.st Wsdnes
day. Mrs. Stimson van hostess in the
afternoon, when the young women
brought their .sewing and the men
came later and a buffet supjer was
SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER L 6, 1010.
served. Covers were laid for Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Stimson, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Holliday, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelsey,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Montgomery, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Janss, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grif
fith. Mr. and Mrs. Will Caswell, Mrs.
Helen Steckel, Mrs. E. H. Moore, Miss
Ollie May Wilson and Walter Van
Miss Esther Tarnell of Bonnie Brae
street left Wednesday evening for the
north, where she will pass two months
visiting with friends.
Mrs. Margaret Wise entertained with
a miscellaneous shower recently in
honor of Mrs. Charlotte Reppert, one
of the season's brides-elect. The house
was decorated In red and white car
nations and red hearts were hung
from every corner.
Mr. and Mrs. George Warder Bayly
entertained with a dinner party on
Wednesday evening at their beautiful
home in West Twenty-eighth street.
The table was decorated with autumn
shades, flowers and fruit being com
bined with effect. Covers were laid
for twelve and the guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Willetts J. Hole, Mr. and
Mrs. Valentine Peyton, Mr. and Mrs.
Allison Barlow, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Clark Carlisle and Dr. and Mrs. George
Senator Eugene Ives of Shorb, with
his two daughters, Misses Cora and
Annette Ives, left for the east and
Washington, where they will remain
until the middle of December. They
have been hosts with many affairs
this summer, having taken the Alami
tos Bay club house, where they enter
tained with house parties in honor of
the Misses Mildrod and Judith Ives of
Washington, who were their hous^
gueata for the summer. The Misses
Ives returned home September 1.
Mrs. G. B. Eastern entertained with a
luncheon at the Mt. Washington hotel
on Wednesday afternoon. The guests
were Mrs. M. Underwood, Miss Ida
Underwood and Mesdames Stahl, Lew
is, McMeans, Pratt, Shutt, Ballein, Bo
beau, Ballein, Parsons and Eastman.
Miss Eve Kelly of the Belasco the
ater entertained with an informal tea
at the Alexandria Friday afternoon.
Miss Kelly will leave shortly for New
York, and this wan in farewell. The
guests were Mrs. H. F. Vollmer, Mrs.
W. W. Mines, Mrs. Guy Barham, Mrs.
J. S. Vallely and Miss Pauline Vollmer.
The Gamma Psi Sigma sorority of the
XT. S. C. entertained with a smart affair
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Miss Gladys Lindsay in West Adams
street. The house was decorated with
pink carnations and ferns and the tea
room was also sweet with pink blos
soms. Miss Lindsay was assisted in
receiving hy Miss May Hamilton, Miss
Irene Parker, Misa Ruth Teetzel and
Mtss Isabel Morse. Miss Margaret Mc-
Oec and Miss Loretta House poured
and there were sixty guests.
"The entertainment committee of the
Friday Morning club will give an af
ternoon of stere.opttcon views at the
club house In South Figueroa street
Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock. The views
were taken by Mrs. T. B. Marshall
while abroad this rammer, and the lec
ture will be delivered by Mrs. T. W.
Brown. The proceeds will be devoted
to the scholarship fund. The hostesses
will be Mrs. O. M. Sourlen, Mrs. K. H.
f'ass, Mrs. T. B. Marshall. Mrs. J. M.
Davla and Mrs Randall Hutchinson.
On account of the severe rains, the
garden fete and maxjue ball which had
been planned by Mr. anil Mrs. Leslie C.
Brand of Glendale was postponed until
Mrs. Albert A. Phillips entertained
with ii luncheon party at the Mount
Washington hotel Wednesday after
noon. The glass dining room was
daintily decorated and rovers were laid
for Mrs. Hurry 1,. Knipht, Mrs. C. W.
Smith. Mrs. Fred .1. Kntght, Mrs. G. B.
Joselyn, Mrs. W. A. Brown, Mrs. F. J.
Ganahl, Mrs. J. s. Donovan, Mrs. Carl
Packard, Mrs. A. M. Jolly, Mrs. F. H.
Miller and Mrs. H. B. Botsford.
The phi Delta fraternity of Occident
al college entertained with an evening
ot cards and dancing ;it the Mt. Wash
ington hotel on Saturday evening.
Among the engagements whose an- ,
nouncement has attracted a great deal
of attention among Angelenos is that
of Miss Alice Rooney of San Francisco,
who passed the month of August with
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Ainsworth of
Radon do, to Louis Titus. The mar
riage will be solemnized in San Fran
cisco early next month, and will be
one of the most brilliant weddings of
the season, as Miss Rooney's family Is
one of the most prominent In San
Francisco. She is a cousin of Mrs.
Hermann Oelrlchs and Mrs. William
K. Vanderbilt, jr^
Another event which will be of in
terest will be the Halloween party with |
which the Wade Hampton chapter of
the United Daughters of the Confeder
acy will entertain at Kramer's hall on
October 31. It will be a dance and card
party and the reception committee will
consist of the officers' of the chapter.
Mrs. John H. Tout of the Burlington
apartments entertained with a beauti
fully appointed luncheon at the Mount
Washington hotel on Wednesday after- :
noon. The table was decorated with
autumn colors, dahlias and ferns being
used, and covers were laid for Mrs. O.
Washington Runyon, Mrs. J. E. Pajeau,
Mrs. Basil Beall, Miss Edith Runyon,
John Tout, Washington Runyon and J.
Mrs. Carroll Allen of Orchard avenue
entertained with a luncheon of thirty
covers on Friday afternoon. The house
was beautifully decorated with Amer
ican Beauty roses. This Is the first of
a series of luncheons with which Mrs.
Allen will entertain during the season.
The wedding of Mrs. Geornina Dyas-
Hill to Charles M. Jones will be solem
nized Wednesday evening and will be
of interest to many Angelenos. The
bride has a host of friends here and |
Mr Jones is connected with an abstract ,
company in Fresno. He is a graduate
from the law department of the U. S C.,
•09. In honor of the couple Mr. and
Mrs. J. Park Jones of 2109 Darwin ave
nue entertained with a linen shower
Wednesday evening. The new bunga
low was decorated with ferns and flow
ers, and a new game of hearts was
played. Among the guests were Mr.
and Mrs. M. G. Gonzalez, Mrs Dyas,
Mr and Mrs. C. M. Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
B. A. Davis. Mrs. LlUie Teansley, Mrs.
Abrams and the Misses Caldwell, Ba
thy, Gibson, Bowen, Wallace, Gonzalez,
and Benjamin S. Pico and W. Rogers.
Miss Amanda Honrath of West Wal
nue avenue entertained at dinner on
Thursday evening. The dining room
was decorated with scarlet geraniums
and smilax, and covers were laid for
Mmes. Oten Waddington, B. Aiguire,
Miss Annie Leary, Miss Bertha Blum
and Miss Mathilde Baender of Los An
geles, Miss Lena Rice of Chicago, Mrs.
Townsend of Ocean Park, Mrs. C. Hon
rath, Miss Ella Honrath, Miss Alberta
Honrath and Miss Bessie Kordtean of
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Mrs. George Whitney Gilkey of Dal
ton avenue entertained with a delight
ful luncheon Wednesday afternoon,
her guests being members of the Kri
Bebee club. The table was decorated
with a Japanese rush basket filled
with deep red carnations and ferns.
Covers were laid for Mrs. James Mo-
Intyre, Mrs. Ray Skelton, Mrs. George
Godfrey Crackel, Mrs. F. A. Boyle.
Mrs. Field. Mrs. L. R. Hull, Mrs. Ho
mer Kennedy and Mrs. Stamens. Mrs.
James Mclntyre will entertain the club
with an Informal reception at home
Wednesday afternoon, and Mrs. Ray
Skelton will be hostess at the next reg
ular club meeting at her home, 2937
Hobart boulevard, Wednesday after
noon, October 26.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Morgan, 2200
Lemon Grove avenue, Hollywood, an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Miss Edith Emily Morgan, to
Clark J. Milliron of Cebu, P. I. The
ceremony was solemnized September 7
by Dean Bartlett of the American ca
thedral. Mr. and Mrs. Milliron will be
at home to their friends at Cebu after
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Chandler of
the Walton, Chicago, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss
Sarah Farquahar Chandler, to John
Oliver Knight of Los Angeles. The
wedding will be solemnized in Chicago
early in January, and Mr. Knight will
bring his bride to live in Los Angeles.
Mr. Knight is one of the most popular
of the young bachelors in Los Angeles,
and is a member of the firm of Herron
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In honor of Halloween, Edward L.
Doheny, jr., will entertain with a par
ty at the home of his parents In Ches
ter place. "
Among the hostesses of the winter
who will entertain with many small
affairs is Miss Olive Trask; daughter
of Mrs. Wayland Trask .of St. An
drews place. Miss Trask entertained
as house guest Miss Sophie Macken
zie of New York city, who had intend
ed passing the winter in Los Angeles,
and for whom many affairs had been
planned, but the sudden illness of her
sister in Scotland called her back,
much to the disappointment of the
many friends whom sho had made in
her short visit. .-£
The announcement is made of the
engagement of Miss Anita Abascal,
daughter of Mrs. Joaciuin Abascal of
Commonwealth avenue, to Thomas A.
MacKenzie of New York city. The
marriage will be solemnized la Chi
cago on Wednesday. Mrs. Abascal
and her daughters, Misses Anita and
Mary, left yesterday for me east, and
will meet Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carle
ton Lee. After the ceremony Mr. Mac-
Kenzie\ will take his bride to New
York, where they will make their
home. Mrs. Abascal and her daugh
ter, Miss Mary, will remain in the cast
indefinitely visiting in most of the
larger cities. Mrs. Abascal is the sis
ter of Senator W. A. Clark and^T. Rosa
Clark of West Adams street. Tin; an
nouncement of the engagement of her
daughter is much of a surprise, M
Miss Anita wished to keep it a secret
Charming Matron Who Will Be
One of the Hostesses at Lawn Fete
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until just before her departure for the
One. of the prettiest of the weddings
of the past week was that of Miss
Lucy Isitt, sister of Mrs. John T.
Crampton, who became the bride of
John W. Myers Wednesday evening-.
The ceremony was read at the resi
dence of Mrs. Crampton on North Soto
street, the Rev. P. C. Marshall officiat
ing In the presence of the immediate
family only. Miss Jane Sweetman,
attired in pale blue radium silk, as
sisted as maid of honor and carried
a shower of bridesmaid's roses. The
bride was attired In cream lansdown
with hand embroidery and pearl trim
mings. She wore a spray of lilies of
the valley in her hair and carried a
shower of lilies of the valley and maid
enhair ferns. Her only ornament was
a collar of pearls, the gift of the bride
groom. C. L. Hirp of Oxnard served
Mr. Myers as best man. Little Grace
Crampton carried the ring in a basket
of Cecil Bruner roses and smilax, and
wore a white embroidered Swiss frock.
The house was decorated with pink
and green. A canopy of ferns and
smilax was erected In the hall, and
festoons of asparagus ferns were hung
from the chandeliers and corners of
the room. Pink dahlias were also used
and the effect was most charming. Tn
the reception hall an arch of ferns and
pink roses was erected and the hall
was banked with palms and potted
plants. Over 150 guests responded to
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SIRS. F. O. JOHNSON (Photo by Steckel)
the invitations. Among those from out
of town were Mr. and Mrs. W. Stret
ton of San Pedro, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Hardacre and Miss Ruth Hardacre of
Kansas City. An elaborate supper
was served and the bride's table was
decorated with deep red roses and
ferns. The room was hung with ropes
of smilax and asparagus ferns. Miss
Mary Kelly won the money piece, Miss
Edna Bessau the ring and Mies Ade
laide the thimble in the bride's cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Myers left for an extend
ed wedding trip through the, north and
will be at home after December 1 in
Mrs. E. C. Hackett, who has been
visiting relatives and friends in Los
Angeles for some weeks, has returned
to her home in Portland, Ore. Many
affairs were given In her honor.
Mrs. Frances Murphy of 1808 Wilton
place, who has been in the cast for
some months, has returned.
Miss Etta Post of 1836 West Twenty
second street entertained with a mis
cellaneous shower on Saturday after
noon in honor of Miss Mauneena Mc-
Millan, whose marriage to John
Thomas will be solemnized in the early
winter. The house was decorated with
a profusion of ferns, pink hearts and
large pink tulle bows. A large bouquet
of pink carnations and ferns formed
the centerpiece on the dining table. In
the living room a floral throne had
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