1907 Apr 11 - Irish Peters Wedding - Evening Sentinel - Wedding
SANTA CBTJZ SENTINEL. Miss Hattic Irishfand Clayton Peters Wed , BEAUTIFUL HOME IS MADE A FAIRYLAND FOR THE EVENT. i Miss Hettie Irish and Clayton Peters were married Wednesday afternoon at ! five o'clock amid a bower of white clematis and airy asparagus fern in the spacious home of II. E. Irish on I Kincon Terrace. Fully fifty guests , were present and the ceremony was performed by Rev. C. 0. Tillotson of Calvary Episcopal Church. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Irish and is a favorite for many reasons in exclusive circles of this city. Mr. Clayton is a promising young business man of this city and is connected with the Peters family of Stockton. The imposing double drawing room and the staircase in the house were artistically transformed for the occasion occasion under the skillful fingers and good judgment of Misses Ruby Lewis, Ella Bernheim, Hazel Dellamonica, Jennie Holbrook and Mrs. Judah. The ceremony was performed in an alcove in the drawing room wbich nad received the mos-t mos-t mos-t careful attention of the decorators. The windows were draped with clematis, ferns, and above was a large bow of illusion silk, giving a most pleasing effect. The music was furnished by Ilaesters' orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman and Miss Hazel Dellamonica received the guests. The ceremony was performed at five o'clock. Miss Irish wore a beautiful empire gown of liberty satin and in her hair was woven orange blossoms. She car ried a bouquet of lillies of the valley. Mrs. II. R. Judah was bridesmaid and Frank Paters, brother of the groom, the best man. Mrs. Judah car ried a bouquet of pink carnations. After the ceremony the wedding supper was served in the home by a corps of colored waiters. The wedding gifts were many, beautiful and costly consisting of cut glass, silverware and furniture. Mr and Mrs. Peters left in an auto mobile for Watsonville. From that. point their destination is a secret. They will make their future home in a bungalow which will be built on Rincon Terrace next to the home of Mrs. Peter's parents.