Aside from her duties as the woman's page editor at the China Press, Nevada Semenza wrote interesting articles on Shanghai's city life and culture. Her extravagantly titled "Avenue Joffre, Pulse Of The Russian Community, Informal, Tawdry, Yet Picturesque as a Ship in Full Dress" from July 1931 was, perhaps, the first full-page story covering the growth of the Russian colony in the French Concession. The year it was published Semenza married the city editor at the China Press and became Mrs. Sutton Christian.
Here is the wedding photo of Nevada Semenza and Sutton Christian, from September 1931. The title was "Journalistic Merger:"
You can tell the girls' parents really liked the place they lived in!