Society news, 1920
in a mt-,ority of on in in. in ahow-inK of of a in to 1 K I LB URN -STOKES WEbOINO MIH3 BTHEL llfAtTD STOKES, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Stokes of B, Seventh street, , became the bride of Raymond Charles' Kilburn .Ji'onday plgntt the wedding occurring at 8 o'clock at the. First Xtethodlst church in the presence of more than a hundred guests. The officiating Clergyman was Rev. A. 11. Hasse, pastor ot the church. Decorations were carried out in pale pink against a background of green, pink roses and ferns being used In profusion. Mrs. John Carter Anderson, ' church organist, who was in charge of the music, played for preludes De Koven'a "O Promise ' Me" and "I Love You Truly," followed by the bridal march from "Lohengrin" as the wedding party appeared. Mossers XI, A. Vasey and Glen - Foster acted as ushers, leading the procession, They were followed by the maid of honor, Afiss Lillian Hutchinson. Little Martha Hasse, the flower girl, immediately pre-ceeded the bride who walked alone. The groom, who met her at the foot of the pulpit stairs, was attended by Arthur i Roberts as best man. . I The bride was charming In a frock of white net with picture hat of the same material. She carried a shower bouquet of pale pink roses. The maid of honor wore pale pink georgette with hat to match and also carried pink roses. Following the ceremony an informal reception was held in the parlors of the church, members of the wedding party assisting in receiving. Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Kilburn left for a fortnight's honeymoon which will be spent In the mountains of southern Arizona. The groom, who has been a resident of the city for the past fivo years, is manager of the Tucson Marble Works, and well known as a young business man of sterling qualities. His bride, in the four years she has lived in Tucson has endeared herself to a wide circle of friends. . she has been, for some time, secretary to Dean Working or the College of Agriculture of the University of Arizona. . . Following their return to Uie city, Mr. and Mrs. Kilburn will reside at 721 E. Seventh street. . MRS. S. H. WATSON of N. Fifth avenue will leave during the week for Los Angeles where she will spend several weeks, going east later in the summer. MRS. F. C. LOCK WOOD And daughters returned Monday from California where they have been spending the earlier part of the summer. MISS VIDA COOPER, daughter of Mrs. William F. Cooper of 610 E. Sixth' street, is spending the summer in San Francisco where she is continuing her vocal studies. ' MR. ANT) MRS. W. D. t'PRIIAW have returned after an absence of two months which they spent visiting relatives in Chicago, Michigan and Georgia. MRS. F. J. STEWARD and Miss Mil dred Steward are spending several weeks on Mt. Lemmon where they are the guests of Mrs. E. F. Harris and family.