Ida May's First Wedding
NO. 21 MISS IDA JEWELL BECOMES BRIDE At the elegant home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hood, at Fountain, occurred occurred the marriage Sunday of Misi Ida May Jewell, to Martin 0. Hubbell, of Hopland. The ceremony was performed performed by the Rev A. B. Snider, of the Cloverdale Congregational oburob, and the happy young people stood beneath a magnificent wedding bell of white chrisanthemums. In honor of the event the parlors were gaily decorated with a profusion o! the same flowers. The bride was gowned in white sillc, a wreath of orange blossoms enqiro'ed her head, and a long wedding v%il of tulle fell gracefully to the floor. The handsome young bride looked her prettiest in the opinion of the numerous numerous friends who had gathered as guests at the wedding. Mrs. Duncan E. McKinlay presided at the piano and as the music of Mendellsohn's wedding march reverberated through the house, the bridal party entered the room, The bride rested upon the arm of her father, who gave her away. Miss Mary McCowen, of Ukiah, wae the bridesmaid, and in her gown of white silk, carrying a bouquet of flowers, she almost vied with the bride in beauty. The matron of honor was the sister of the groom, Mrs. Torberville. James Gaffney, of San -Francisco, acted as best man. After the ceremony the bridal party and guests regaled themselves at the sumptuous wedding breakfast, served in the handsomely decorated dining room. The newly married young couple were given a number of toasts at the table. Among the valuable presents received received by the bride was a very handsome handsome and expensive one from Burns & WAterhouse, Mr. Hubbell's employees. employees. It consisted of a solid silver, set on an oak tray. The pieces were all made from silver from Mr. Burns' mines in Mexico. Many other handsome handsome gifts, consisting of silverware, cut glass, etc., were beatowed upon the bride. ' Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell departed on the afternoon train for Los Angeles and Catalina island, where they will spend some weeks enjoying their honeymoon. Upon their return they will live in a pretty home at Hopland. Mr. Hubbell is the manager of the Burns & Waterhouse blooded stock farm near that place. He and the estimable young lady he has selected f^r a wife have a host of friends who wish them all happiness during their wedded life.