1917 Jan 15 H E Irish - Santa Cruz Evening News - music

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1917 Jan 15 H E Irish - Santa Cruz Evening News - music - MISS BEULAH PILLSBURY TO BE MARRIED TOMORROW....
MISS BEULAH PILLSBURY TO BE MARRIED TOMORROW. Miss Beulah Pillsbury, who . has been visiting in Oakland for several days, will return home the flat of next week. She will return as the bride of Ray Leroy Tarleton, a well-known well-known well-known young man of this city. Mr. Tarleton left on the 1:35 train today for Oakland, and tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Reta Ward, an intimate friend of the bride, Rev. J. B. Orr will perform the ceremony. Simplicity Simplicity in the wedding ceremony was the wish of Miss Pillsbury, who will be married In a handsome blue tailored suit completed by a larbe blue hat. A beautiful black plush coat will be added added to the going-away going-away going-away outfit. To the legion 1 of friends of Miss Pillsbury, who with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Pillsbury, has lived here for the past four years, this happy happy announcement will be pleasant news. A girl of an unusually beauti ful character, stanch and true, she has acquired friends in every circle. As a musician she is exceptionally talented, appearing on many pro grams, both in vocal and instrumental instrumental numbers. The Maine club owes half its pleasure to her music. As a teacher of piano ehe has accomplished accomplished a great deal. Recently she has been with the H. E. Irish company, having charge of their musical department. department. The prospective groom is the son of Mrs. Lottie Tarleton, a pioneer family of Soquel, but residing now in town. Mr. Tarleton is connected with Mr. Pillsbury in the paper mill, and is a splendid mechanic and electrician. electrician. Upon the return of the young couple from their honeymoon in San Jose and the bay cities, they will reside in the artistic little Hard ing bungalow at 270 Laurel street, where they will be at home after the first of the week. 4 4. t JOHN A. BRITTON FAMILY. MISS HOWES HOME FROM VACATION. Miss Geraldlne Howes returned Saturday evening from a two weeks' trip, visiting in Stockton, Modesto, and most of the time as the guest of Mrs. Fred Jennings in Oakdale. BUSINESS COLLEGE DANCE. The students of Heald'a Business college enjoyed a dancing party Sat urday evening in the bookkeeping room of the college. Pleasing affairs always, participated in by both teachers teachers and students. MISS BALDWIN IN CORRALITOS. Miss Ruth Baldwin is visiting with friends in Corralltos, planning to be gone two weeks. THEATER PARTY. Saturday afternoon at the Unique theater the Misses Dorothea and Rosalyn Day, Hope Call, Irene Ray, Geraldlne Hayes, Edith Hamber and Dorothy Ewell, a coteries of pretty young misses, formed a happy theater theater party, enjoying the very good per formance at the Unique. ! p 4 t MISS FITCH .IN HONOLULU. Miss Ruby Fitch, a former Santa Cruzan and a high school graduate, is teaching in the schools of Honolulu, doing splendidly and is deeply in love with the islands. LAUREL CLUB MEETING. The Laurel parent-teacher parent-teacher parent-teacher club will hold a meeting tomorrow afternoon, to which all members are requested to attend. LODGES -n -n C. W. BALZARI INSTALLING OFFICER. District Deputy Grand Sachem C. W. Balzari of Santa Cruz and his aids, A. 1

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  1. Santa Cruz Evening News,
  2. 15 Jan 1917, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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