This photograph may be associated with the article, “Rheba Crawford Suit Call Ignored by Aimee: Dave Hutton and Ormiston on Hand in Action of Pastor’s Colleague Against Editor and Writer Editor and Aide in Court CALL IGNORED BY AIMEE IN RHEBA CRAWFORD SUIT,” Los Angeles Times, 07 Sep. 1935: A1.
(left to right) Attorney Joseph Scott, Angelus Temple business manager Giles Knight, Angelus Temple founder and pastor Aimee Semple McPherson, and Rolf Kennedy McPherson, son of Aimee. All are at a trial in which Aimee's daughter Roberta Semple has brought a $150,000 slander suit against Willedd Andrews, attorney for Aimmee McPherson and Angelus Temple. Miss Semple claims that Andrews had made untrue statements about her, including that Semple and her husband Jacob Moidel (former Temple attorney) had kidnapped Aimee and forced her to sign several documents. Joseph Scott acted as attorney for Andrews while Rolf and Aimee McPherson stood as witnesses. Roberta Semple was ultimately offered $2000 in damages. This trial was the latest in a series of tumultuous family relations which began with Aimee's decision to retain Giles Knight as business manager against Roberta's wishes