The Los Angeles Examiner (July 6, 1927)

By: Louella Parsons

Jane Peters is doubly fortunate. Romance and a career are both looming in the horizon for her. Mack Sennett has engaged her on a five-era contract as one of the comediennes he expects to groom for bigger and better roles this coming year. And Jane is engaged to marry Lloyd Pantages, the young son of Alexander Pantages, theater magnate, who likewise has screen aspirations.

When Miss Peters begins her work in the films she officially ceases to be Jane Peters. Sennett has christened her Caroline Lombard — a name rather cold and austere for her petite blonde beauty.

Both young Pantages and his bride-to-be are too young to think of marriage for a year or two. Yet in Hollywood they do marry young.