San Mateo Times, August 3, 1948, Page 4

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August 03, 1948

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San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - August 3, 1948, San Mateo, California MATED TIMES TUESDAY. AUG. 3, 1948 Rhoda Strauss Lester Kaplan of San Mateo Claimed Rhoda Strauss of Millbiae as his bride last Sunday afternoon. The 3 p. m ceremony was per- formed by the Rabbi Houben Rin- der in San Francisco's Temple Emanu-El. Preceded down the aisle by four attendants, the bride wore an old fashioned gown of white mar- quisette high neckline, tight- ly titled bodice and hoop skirt trimmed with three flounces and long train A Dutch cap embroidered uith seed pearls held her fingertip length and she carried an old fashioned bouquet of white San Jose school friends of the bade, pastel pink and blue and held bouquets of yellow roses. Paul Kaplan served as best man for his brother. Standley and James Seedman and Roy Goldberg were the ushers. The bride's mother selected an aqua satin gown for her daughter's wedding H6r corsage was of yellow orchids. Following the reception at the temple the bride donned a navy bolero suit, white pique blouse and navy accessories, and she and her husband left for their honeymoon in Coronado. Upon returning they will live in San Mateo where the orchids and bouvardia. i bridegroom is in business. Nanette Stiauss. sister of the1 Rhoda, who is the daughter of bride, a sown of mauve Mr. and Mrs Nathan Strauss of mairiui'-ettc for her role as maid of nonor. Her floucrs were in the same lavender shade Laura Lee Kaplan, Mster of the bridegroom, dressed in Nile srecn and car- ried a bouquet of talisman roses. The other bridesmaids. Mar- aljn Citron and Lynn Jackson, both Millbrae. studied at San Jose State college, where she majored in so- cial welfare. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaplan of Madera, attend- ed the Salinas schools, including the Salinas junior college. 'Spring Deceit' Is Last Summer Play "Spring Deceit" combines the peculiarly medieval violence and cruelty with tender romance and lyric poetry. Elizabeth Hardy and AVilli.im Melton (above) figure in the original David Alison" Uac- Mackin tragedv, receives its premiere at Hillbarn Summer theatre Friday evening at Reservations may be secured by writing P.O. Box 543, San Mateo, enclosing a self-addressed, stamped envelope. "Spring Hillbarn's last comes from San Francisco to plaj Engagement Told at Party Friends who attended a buffet supper given by Mr. and Mrs. Merle Basham of San Mateo last Saturday night, learned of the en- gagement of Marie Hamilton Nevis and Carlton Vogelsang. The couple will be married on August 22 in the First Presbyterian church of Burlingame. The cere- mony will be read at 7 p. m. Community theaters, will play nisi The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. first role for Hillbarn as Viovanm, j and Mrs. Russell Hamilton, and the outraged husband. Margaret! her future husband, son of Mr. and Mackm as an in Dramatists'i Reynolds, one of Hillbarn's most Mrs. Eud Vogelsang, both attended Burlingame high school and San Mateo junior college. Among the guests at the Bash-, am's part> were Mr. and Mrs Les-1 lie Ganno, Mr. and Mrs. William, Edlpr, Mrs Dorothy Kipps. sister production of this season, uhieh lun August 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, is; a tierce and modern version; of the Francesca da Rimini legend. Submitted by Alison Mac- ,r-o lusty Page. Jack Hayes, who has played with Advance ticket sales have already reached such proportions as to in- dicate that there will be sell-out crowds at each of the performances of the forthcoming Said Mateo Gym- khana Horse show, to be held on Thursday evening, Friday after- noon and evening, Saturday after- noon and evening, and Sunday aft- ernoon and evening, August 12, 13, 14 and 15. Among the many who have al- ready reserved boxes, are: Mesdames Rose Wills, Peter Mc- Bean, Mortimer Fleishhacker, W. P. Roth, C. (Eleanor) de Guigne; Mesdames and Messrs., B. G. Ran- dick, Arthur Sommer, T. L. Mose- Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Caldwell (Gayle Mann> who were married recently at the Congregational Church of San Mateo. They are now residing in San Francisco. Plant Origin To Be Topic i-egular meeting of the Garden Study club of the Peninsula will be held August 6 at 2 p. m. in the Burlingame Woman's club. Mrs. Adrian Schoorl will preside. Albert Wilson has been secured as guest speaker. Mr Wilson is a gaidcn consultant and lecturer and has become well known for his at San Mateo junior college and his Sunday morning talks one of the major radio networks The subject of his lecture Fuday will be "Gardening Around the World" Mr. Wilson tells a fasci- nating story of the origin of vari- ous plants in many countries and of how thcv_may be success- gardens by in locations fully in Peninsula establishing them which arc comparable to their na- tive habitat. The meeting will be under the direction of past presidents of the club, Mrs Fred L Holmes chair- Palo Alto Violinist Will Appear In Original Musical Revue When the Peninsula chapter of Hadassah, with the cooperation of San Francisco chapter, present the original musical revue, "Journey Through on Monday evening, August 9. Miss Nannette Lcvi, Molin virtuoso, a former resi- dent of Palo Alto, will be guest artist. Nannette has studied with the Juilliard graduate school in New York for the past five years under Louis Persmger She has played in Victory concerts in the Metropoli- tan museum of art in New York and has broadcast over station WNYC. She has played on the CBS stations through the Juilliard school and has also-played solos. XanncUe was the concert mistress of the orchestra in the Bach fes- tival in Carmel last year and again this year, and has played con- certos with the orchestra. She made her debut in San Francisco at the i_ t iiu. .111 .1 AJ 1.111.111 _ ,_ man for the day. Flower arrange- homo ,of Mrs- Marcus Koshland ____i.......1 cnvprnl nrm mcnts complimenting each of the past presidents, who are Mesdames Fied L. Holmes, Armand Couture, David Pike, Walter B. Bailey, Os- car Tliayer, Henry L. Boos and George K. Ford, will be created by members of the club. Mrs. Frank L Guy will be in charge of the specimen table. Tea will be served by Mrs. David Beatty and her assistants. several years ago. Nannette will be accompanied bv her sister, Carol, who has also studied in New York under Rqse- hn Tureck, and is now teaching piano and doing vocal coaching. The girls have many friends in Peninsula chapter of Hadassah who are most interested in the prog- ress they have made. Ten years ago, while living in Palo Alto, they entertained the membership at many social functions and it was alwajs a delight to hear them. "Journey Through Palestine" was written by Mrs. Leon Bagrash of San Mateo, and depicts the life of the young people in Palestine to- day. The cast is composed of mem- bers from Peninsula chapter of Hadassah and will be presented at the Jewish community center in San Francisco at p. m. Tickets may be obtained in San Francisco from Mrs. E. J. Masters or any member of the cast. Sellout Indicated ley, L. C. Smith, William Kyne, R. J. Elkus, S. D. Bechtel, Eugene S. Selvage, Edward J. Muzzy, Brice J. McNeil, A. J. Shartle, W. J. Mul- ligan, J. M. Dooher, Eugene Elkus', Chas, Broad, W. Metson, Lloyd Simpson, E. B. Sorensen, John R. Holmes, W. Heller, E. K. Foreman, W. C. Duncan, Paul Wood, R. B. Robinette, Thomas Taylor, M. J. Ryan, Edmond T. King, Harry Wil- liams, M. L. Nathan, E. A. Daniels, E. F. Peabody, J. W. Sherwood, Jr., L. Lueders; Dr. and Mrs. H. Biermer, Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Gray, Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Barrett, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Peacock; Miss Matilda Andrews, Miss Diana Newhall; Hugh Givcns and L. M. Giannini. 20 Committees For Hey-Day "American to be given at the Menlo Circus club on Satur- day, September 11, by the Wood- side-Atherton junior auxiliary to the Stanford convalescent home, has almost 20 competent commit- tees busily at work on decorations, concessions, entertainment, sports- men's show, children's events, fi- nance, food, grounds, cabanas, gate, etc. Those in the know are confident that this day will prove to exceed all previous days from the stand- point of excitement, beauty, color, originality and fun. One of the most impressive fea- tures will be the cabanas, which Mrs. Ernest Sultan and Mrs. Bar- rett Randick have sold for the day to stores, banks, hotels, travel agencies, transportation com- panies .and others. If last year is any indication of what can be ex- pected this year, all will vie with each other to make their cabana the most attractive. But the cabanas are only one of the features planned for the party. The day will begin at 2 p. m. and continue until 2 a. m. the next morning. All indications are that this will be the party to end all parties. The event is'open to the public. Freelancers Are Entertained The Peninsula Freelancers met recently at the residence of Madam Elsie Fye of San Mateo for a picnic and reading of manuscripts. Excerpts from Madam F'ye's new novel (now in the shaping) "Black! Bitch Nemesis." was read by Mrs. Ivan Bean. She also read a short manuscript of her own, "The First and a delightful poem, "Lit- tle Streams." Guests also heard two recorded songs, written by Madam Fye, "Cal- ifornia and "Our Dream and a record by Robert Can- (who sings over radio station KPPC in Robert is Mrs. Preston Carr's son. The young tenor sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "A Little Bit of Heaven." Stop Complaining HOT SPRINGS brought To the Peninsula SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE- REDUCING DERMACULTURE FACE REJUVENATION CLEARS ACNE Mr. and Mrs. Cruikshank 318 B Street Diamond 3-3840 Audrey Meld Is Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Mehl of Lomita Park announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Audrey Elaine, to Wallace V. Baitinger Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Wallace V. Baitinger Sr of San Mateo. Both are graduates of San Ma- teo high school and the bride-to-be attended the Bngham Young uni- versity of Utah, where she was af- filiated with the Val Norn social unit. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of the California maritime academy and served as a and Mrs. Woodward Malone, a_ San lieutenant with the maritime ser- Franciscan, who is spending' her summer in Hillsborough. Fashions for El Portal The first Villa Charticr fashion show, scheduled for this coming Friday, will benefit the San Mateo County Crippled Childrens' society. Samuel Mcrk, president of the so-i ciety has announced that El Portal school expects an increase in en- rollment for the fall semester, and funds garnered from the show will be used ior this school for handi- capped children. Mrs. George Ross, director-com- mentator for the affair, has ar- ranged to special organ music for the show and a local nursery will arrange the flowers. Two additional models have been added to the roster also. They are Carmencita Baker, veteran model of these every other Friday shows as well as many "deep Peninsula" and San Francisco fashion events, CARD PARTY A card parly by the Knights, of Pythias of Burlingame Lodge No. 82 is scheduled for tomorrow at 8.30 p. m in Odd Fellows hall on Burlingame avenue. There will be prizes and refreshments. The pub- lic is invited. PENINSULA BOOK SHOP 1111 Hurllncamc ninniiiiiil ORIENTAL RUG CLEANING WORKS 2Z7 BALDWIN AYE Diamond 3-0287 Master Processors and Repairers Domestic und Oriental Rugs You Will See Our Acl on Tuesdays We Will See Your Rugs on Wednesdays Alliance planting contest, the' actresses, plays Francesca's nurse plav is being considered for the, T The cast is completed by Joseph Maxwell Anderson Award for Verse Plott and Guy Russell as two ser- Drama. in the cattle. R'servations may still be secured S ?h? P.O. Box 543, San Ma-' dot., Mrs, Mae Pcnn Bill Ham.l- ton. Manes brother, Vincent Sdeo j but unlike the ic or an versions te3i enclosing a self-addressed M Henry Boker and Stephen Phil- _stamped envelope. Best ticket lo- lips.'Spnug Deceit t r e a t s the cations are available for the first medieval talc of adultery and re- Sunday nlght performance. Sb a study of human passion._____________________________ R o D e r t Brauns, director, has actors from a wide area for1 the play's five demanding roles. I Elizabeth Hardy of South San Cisco, vull play Francesca; Mel lett, graduate student from Stan- ford university, will be the Paolo; 'Uilliam Melton, the Dion Anthony of la.st j ear's "Great God and Homer Penn. Marie's second sister, Eleanor, is in Willows at present. Club Calendar ni UMNO i MI: i.onr.r: M.-T 1.. Kth.kah s i J44 wi'l in th> lUir- II- -i I', .km 1 ill tonlcrht a- iii, viabd Kim-' will for inf i1) lnr 1 refrc t in w M i.-rs. t ,n j i n i Ii.rr. il <1 uill rh LTRt- of IKK MI itKiir. }lr-- 'Ii.nifr. nnbl, Kr-'i'i'l fit KImu d k ih lolitf S in M iti i, uill i ,t M i f !inK ti ni'iir'iu ;it x [i rr In the Ma- Oilil Kel fiii' bill. HIX in: vi AVeflnemln j. AUKHM 4 'i-l! 1" ,i in Uiur'l TIPV Tots' pi -c ho ii l.i'in 1 s< 1 n'll In ,i ii. 10 p ni ,-j j, in, woodu'iik. 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