Engagement of Miss King Announced By Parents
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. King have announced the engagement
of their eldest daughter, Miss Gwendolyn King, to Louis Bosch of Sonoma.
The announcement was made at a dinner party recently given by Mr. and Mrs.
King in their home on D street.
The bride-elect is a very charming member of the younger
set. Mr. Bosch, who is employed by the state at San Quentin, is prominent
in fraternal circles. He is a past president of Sonoma Parlor, N.S.G.W
and is a district deputy of the organization.
Invitations Out For Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. George Winfield Manley of San Anselmo have
issued invitations for the wedding of their daughter, Dorothy Lee, to Nelson
Emory Collett, the evening of November 20, at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Following the ceremony a reception will be held at the
Phi Omega Pi Sorority house at 2601 Le Conte avenue, Berkeley.
Miss Manley has chosen Mrs. Edwin Nungo Fraser as matron
of honor. Mrs. Fraser is coming down from the northern part of the state
for the wedding. The bridesmaids are Miss Janet Heltman, Miss Elizabeth
Linscott, Miss Elizabeth Lawton, Miss Aileen Crawshaw, Miss Doris Granauer
and Mrs. Everett David Myers.
The engagement of the young couple was announced at a
large bridge tea given by Miss Manley last April at the Sir Francis Drake.
Collett has chosen for his best man, Richard F. Harris.
The ushers will be Norton Berry, John Morton, Austin Walther, Nelson Wagner,
Symon Hymes and Donald Jenkins. Collett graduated from the university with
the class of 1926.
Tomales Man To Claim Bride
A recent engagement of interest is that of Miss Viola
Elaine Harvey of Petaluma to Eugene Aranender of Tomales. The wedding will
take place in the near future.
Miss Harvey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harvey
and the sister of J. Colby Harvey of Bloomfield.
The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Aranender
of Tomales. He was graduated from the Tomales High School and is associated
with his father in the garage business.
Miss Harvey attended the Tomales High School also and
later went to San Francisco where she was graduated from the Galileo High
School with honors. She has been employed in San Francisco since that time.
Mr. Aranender is building a home for his bride in Tomales.
A simple but impressive wedding was solemnized at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Metcalf Sunday, when their daughter, Mrs. Helen
M. Hughes, became the bride of Mr. Gilbert of San Francisco.
The rooms were prettily decorated with chrysanthemums
and other fall blooms. Judge J. B. Lovell performed the simple ring ceremony.
Only relatives and immediate friends were present.
The wedding of Miss Miriam Eckert, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Eckert of Baltimore Park, and Everett Merriman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Merriman of Corte Madera, whose engagement was announced
in the spring, will be married at a quiet ceremony.
A. D. Matthews Claims Bride
The wedding of Mrs. Bridge Lee of San Francisco and A.
D. Matthews, a San Quentin guard, was solemnized at St. Raphael’s Church
The solemn service was read by Rev. john mills. The couple
then left on a brief honeymoon.