11/10/1894 - BCC Wedding Spcial Event

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11/10/1894 - BCC Wedding Spcial Event - a a a - EVENTS - IN Various Engagements and...
a a a - EVENTS - IN Various Engagements and Entertainments Several House Parties Are Given Teas Continue to be the Proper Thing in Select Circles - Personal Notes - The event ot the week will be the soiree dansante given by the managers of tbe Womans Exchange to - day at Armory Hall on Ellis street near Van Ness avenue The Angel Island Band through the courtesy of Colonel W TC Shatter U 8 A will play for the dancers As this is tbe first time this season the dancing set will have the opportunity for a good dance on a perfect door a large attendance is confidently expected There wJU be in addition to the dancing several booths for the sale of flowers refreshments candy bonbons and fancy work and several novelties unique in character will be presented Among the ladies who will assist in receiving and entertaining are Mrs John Currey President of the Womans Exchange Mrs Henry Wetnerbee Mrs William M Banker Mrs Louis Sldss Mrs David Bixler Mrs Sands W Formanv Mrs Michael Castle Mrs W B Shatter Mrs William Morgan Mrs Florence Moore Mrs Lewis lerstle Mrs T H Goodman Mrs Alexander Center Mrs Webster Jones Mrs T Mills of Oakland Mrs E S Breyfogle Miss Mamie Burling Miss Martha Gibbs Miss Jennie Blair Mies Isabel McKenna Miss Maud OConnor Miss Laura McKinitry Miss Sadie Hecht Miss Alice Gerstle M - iss Mary Holbrook and Miss Alice McCut - cheorr An out - of - town wedding at this time of the year is quite nnnsuaL It is to be hoped pleasant weather will preside at tbe marriageof Miss Marion Poet to tier cousin J HP Howard which will be celebrated at Burlingame on Wednesday November 21st A special car which is to be attached to the 1040 train will take the guests to Burlingame from this city for a large number of the family relatives live in the near neighborhood who will doubtless enjoy the povelty of a wedding in the country in the fall season The wedding will be solemnized at Oak Grove Cottage the borne of the brides grandmother Mrs Henry B Williams at high noon There will be present only the relatives and near friends ot the interested parties about seventy to seventy - five in all His grace Archbishop Riar - don will perform the ceremony Miss Mabel Poet will be the maid of honor and Harry Poet the best man and among the ushers are Richard Tobin Talbot Clifton Harry L Simpkins John Lawson and Jack Redington The bridesmaids are to be Miss Julia Redington Miss Sarah Redington ana Miss Florence Mills The wedding breakfast will follow the ceremony Mr and Mrs Clinton E Worden celebrated the first snniversary of their wedding on Thursday last at the residence of Mr and Mrs A N Towne who gave a dinner party in their honor Covers were laid for eighteen and the table was very prettilv arranged with pink roses Mr and Mrs Townes guests were besides their daughter and son - in - law Mr and Mrs Hermann Oelricbs Mr and Mrs Isaac Requa Mr and Mrs Harrv EHall Mr and Mrs Walter E Dean Miss Virginia Fair Miss Jennie Blair Miss Birdie Rice George A Xewhall Walter S New - ball and Fred R Webster Among to - days teas will be that given by Mrs Will Ashe at her residence 1005 Leavenworth street Sbe will be assisted in receiving by her mother - in - aw Mrs Caroline I Ashe her sister - in - law Mrs Norman McLaren Mrs G M Ashe Mhs Hickman Miss Fannie Friediander Miss May Friediander Miss Bessie Bowie Miss Fannie Loughborough Mias Marie Zaire Miss Mamie Ftndiey and Miss Edith Findley Another of to - days teas witl be that given by Mrs I Lowenberg at her residence G09 Van Ness avenue to meet the Philomath and members of other clubs Mrs Irving M Scott Mrs Geonte T Gaden Mrs William B Carr Mrs W B Parnell Mrs - Sarah B Cooper and Mrs Henry Gibbons One of the most charming ladies teas of the week was that given by Miss Grace Martin at the family residence 719 Geary street yesterday The floral decorations were exceedingly handsome and the ladies were most hospitably entertained Miss Martin asked to assist her in receiving Miss McCulchen Miss Belle McKenna Miss Daisy Van Ness and Miss Mary Bell Gwiu Mr and Mrs Joseph Tobin returned from their wedding tour Wednesday last Mr and Mrs David Bixler have issued invitations for a reception which thef will give on Monday evening November 19th st tbeir residence corner of Pierce and Union streets The ladies of St Johns Episcopal Church will serve luncheons at 541 Market street next Tuesday and Wednesday friim 11 until 2 oclock Miss Mary D Bates will give a tea to day at tbe residence of her sister Mrs Theodore Smith on Washington street The Pioneer Kindergarten Society will receive a benefit at the bands of Mrs Louis F Monteagle at her residence on the afternoon and evening ot Sstnrdav December 8th The evening programme will consist of the operetta Widows Bewitched which was recently produced at the Century Club by some of Miss Witbrowa pupils and members of the Saturday Morning Orchestra The cast will be tbe same The engagement is announced of William W Nanghton ot the editorial staff of the Examiner and Miss A Laurie daughter of Mrs Klizabeth Laurie of Stockton The wedding will take place early in January A theater party was given at the Tivoli on Saturday 1 ast The two lower stage boxes presented a very bright appearance with their occupants in pretty toilets and becoming hats The party was chaperoned by Mr and Mrs John E da Rnyter and in it weTe Miss Hager Miss Alice - Hager Miss Mamie Thomas Miss Daisy Van Ness Miss McCotcheh Miss Mary Bell Gwtn E H Sheldon Walter I Dean Ji H Small W McMnrtry Frank 5L C Vari Ness W K Heath C K Mcintosh Southard Hoffman and Ej M Greenway After the performance the party ws driven to the Hotel Pleasspton where a delicious Maryland supper was served in one of the private dining - rooms after which the party was driven to their respective homes On Monday next Mrs Henry Gibbons Jr will hold her second reception given to her daughter Miss Ida Gibbons and ber niece Miss Ethel Cohen Tbe reception committee will be Mrs Thomas Breeze Mis J Breeze Miss Louisa Breeze Miss Emma Butler Miss Kip Miss Mary Bell Gwin Miss Daisy Van Ness Miss Mamie Barling Miss Mamie Thomas Mis Mills Mis Julia Crocker JMiss Gertrude Cbnrchihd Miss Fanny Grant On Saturday next there will be several entertainments but the most promising will be tbe base Sail game betureen the j Bohemian and University baseball nines at central rare at 230 ociocK lor tha benefit ot the California Womans Hospital The tickets are U for ltd nl Island 0 cents for children The players from the clnbs are University Club Adams catcberr A J Allen pitctierj - Edward L Eyre first base Alfred Cohen second tase Horace Blancbard third bese Thomas Maee Jr - shortstop Joseph a J lobin left field r W Aa Magee center

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 10 Nov 1894, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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