The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on May 6, 1917 · Page 8
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j ! I A n PAGE EIGHT- SAN BERNARDINO DAILY SUM- -SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1917. 3 ShallWeSendUte Flower of Our Young to Fight Manhood on Foreign Soil? (Fold this up and place in our ballot box) Mark X Here or Mark X Here YES DNO Bring your vote in with a cross for YES or NO and receive a Free Sample of our New Coffees. 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c 45c. Our New 25c Collee Is a SURPRISE in Quality and Flavor ! Prominent YOunj People Wed ANNOUNCEMENT of the marriage of Miss Frances Brace- tt well and Merritt B. Curtis, which occurred at Riverside, on April 23, made by these two well known young people yesterday to the members of their families, is ! this morning given to a wider eir-jele, that of their host of friends .among the young people and older friends who have known them long. Rev. M. C. Dotten, rector of All J Saints Episcopal church, read the j service for the young people at the rectory, and the secret has been safely kept. The brido is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bracewell, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Curtis, and has just passed the examinations and received liis commission as an officer in the marine corps, expecting to leave soon for the officers' training school for the marine corps at Old Point Comfort, Virginia. Graduating last Cupid Responsible for Vacancy in Corps ANOTHER loss to ihe school board and the patrons of her hiiildine is foretold in the announcement of the marriage of Miss Mayme Leotta Ownbey and Alonzo Lockwood Stannard, formerly of Los Angeles, and last year a student at the university of Red-lands. In this case it has been proven that occasionally a secret marriage remains a secret, for the ceremony which made Miss Ownbey Mrs. Stannard. occurred in Los Angeles, December 21, during the Christmas holidays, and this ii the first announcement, the bride having very sufficient and good reasons for postponing the announcement.. Mrs. Stannard returned to San Bernardino and resumed her duties at the F street building where she has taught the fifth and sixth grades the past two years. After graduating from the high 25c 15c Here Are 10 Sample Bargains Best Head Rice, 0E 3 lbs. for tOO Best Naptha Rf Soap at ww (Nearly all Napthas are going . to Cc buy freely) Bulk Chocolate (first class) per lb '. Pink Beans Shinola. 2 boxes Orange Belt Peas, 2 cans Cream of Rice Carnation Oats-Wheat (no prem.) big package . Big bottle Vanilla Extract Big Bottle Lemon Extract t Arabian Coffee Co. Both Phones 1200 Free Delivery Daily 434 Fourth Street 15c OK !0c 30c 40c An ruw year from the University of Cal:- school with the class of '13, the fornia at Berkeley, he returned at bride graduated from the Los An-1 STEPHENS&SON Funeral Director and Uoensed Embalmart 420 C STREET loth Phones 10 . Residence Home Phone 114 j. d. Mcdonald co. Funeral Director and Embalmera AatomoVOt Aafcoiaaee of Xtt 411 Voutk treet, ketwen lull ractno as i. imm u. MARK B. SHAW CO. i Funeral Directors , 4GS Fifth Street " Both Phones' 509 Auto Ambulance De Luxe Experienced Lady Assistant prof, i ions' mis EVE A sermon lecture will be given at the First Baptist church this evening by Prof. J. G. Van Zandt, of the mathematics department of the Polytechnic high school. The theme of the lecture will be "The Greatest oppor tunity of the Church the Boy.' taking up the relation of the church to the high school boy. Stereopticon views will show the work being done In the eastern cities for the boy, scenes of tamp life, hikes, finhinz trips and other Interesting lines of work and play. Prof. Van Zandt Is a particularly Interesting and humorous lecturer, and will attract a large audience. Bible students, parents, and everyor.3 Interested in the problems of the boy are especially invited to attend. . Personals Mrs. H.. S.. Wall and little daughter, Audrey, left yesterday for Winslow, Arizona, where they will spend a week with Mr. Wall's sister, Mrs. C. M. Webber. MIk Lura Oakey of Corona Is spending Sunday at the home of her uncle, J. L. Oakey, on E street. Mru. A. J. Thornton of San Diego 1 the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary J. Coy, on Bixth street, and will remain for a month's visit. Mrs. W. A. Halstead will bo to Los Angeles today for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Taget In Hollywood. . . Mra.-W. H. Mee has returned from Needles where she has been vlBiting with her -son, S. J. Mee and family lor several months. , Needles Nugget: George Nay and George Hart left Sunday for Big Hear valley to be on hand for the opening of the trout season Tuesday. - Captain I.o Stromee of Company K fame up from Los Angeles last nlcht to Miid Sunday Willi his family. Riverside Press: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waycott leave tomorrow for Monrovia, nhere they expect to make their future ' tiome. C. Meyer for Seeds and Plants, the beginning of this year to do graduate work in law, a profession in which members of his family have won distinction. But the call to duty sounded insistently and the young Californian responded. In the marriage a romance of school days in the grades and high j school w hich suffered no lapse dur ing the years when the groom was in the north attending college, is consummated, and the "match." in prospect, has always had the hearty approval of everyone concerned. The bride, a most charming girl, loved by all, graduated in high school in '10 and the groom in "11. Last year Miss Bracewell, now Mrs. Curtis, attended Mills College, obtaining leave of absence from her duties as teacher in the third grade in the F street building where she has been teaching since graduating from the Los Angeles normal. The bride and groom will Immediately become the center of Interest in the large circle of friends in which they are both exceedingly popular. No plans are announced for th future tut the bride will likely accompany Lieutenant Curtis when he goes north for orders as to the time of his transfer to the east. Of especially fiue physique and bearing the San Bernardino prospective marine needs only the uniform and a brief training to make - mm tne capable member of -the - marines which1 he aspires tobe.' Beautiful Party, Compliment for Mrs. Bright RS. J. S. BRIGHT, JR., whose coming leavetaking lot San Bernardino, so long her home, is bringing her hourly expressions or regret irom so many, wa3 surrounded by a group of most regretful friends who have been her pupils in the vocal art, and several additional guests at a delightful affair planned in her honor by Mrs. H. Noel Graham, yesterday at her home, 1516 Arrowhead avenue. Each of the guests had been ask ed to .contribute a number of their own preference during the afternoon, and a beautiful program resulted. The living room was Gecorated In branches of the gorgeous Marie Henrfette ' roses, with clusters on the piano, and a great wicker bas ket of wild lavender lupines, j Against the light walls and wood finish the color contrast was stunning In color effect. Late in the afternoon the hostess removed the big brown screen which had filled the archway leading Into the dining room, and revealed the immense round table In a pink floral setting, standing out, and with closer inspection revealing a most original plan of decoration. A large square of greenery in the center simulated a green field with a lake in the center bordered with tiny perfect Cecil Bruner roses. Miniature horses, sheep and cattle browsed in the green and the entire "rancho" was surrounded by a track of steel on which stations. San Bernardino, Tulare and finally Visalia. Mrs. Bright' new home-to-be, were marked. On one side track a train waited for the "Bright Special" to pass; at another siding a car of beans had been sidetracked for the important train. Vases of Cecil Bruners at either side and lines of green ferns and big pink roses extending to each place gave a fan like design to the remainder of the big table. To the surprise of. the company when the hostess touched a mysterious but ton, the "Bright Special" began to move and traversed the entire "sys tern" until the station at Visalia, located Just in front of Mrs. Bright's place was reached, when it stopped bbort, and the guest of honor was invited to appropriate the cargo, an interesting looking and dainty box which contained a lovely silver ber ry spoon, a remembrance gift from Mrs. Bright's pupils. The delicious Ice cream, punch and cake served were highly suited to the warm afternoon, and a delightful time was spent about the table. The plate rails, and the doors and windows were bordered with the Cecil Bruner roses. In the happy company Inylted to honor Mrs. Bright were the Misses Ethel Phillips, Helen Scott, Julia Husser, Hilda Bennett, Delia Sloan, and Mesdames Roscoe A. Good cell, John C. Ralphs. Jr.. Harry Shade. Byron W. Allen, Clark Bennett. J. C. Hansen, R. B. Stover, Bradford Morse, V. Gunderson. 5 s. W. C. T. U. on Tuesday . Roll call . will . be answered with current events at the meeting of the W. C. T. U. on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at St Paul's M., E. church, South. geles normal, and it w as while attending normal that the acquaintance with Mr. Stannard began. The ceremony performed by Rev. II. Myers at his home, the Presbyterian manse, was witnessed only by the bride's friend and classmate at normal, Miss Eura Fretjl of Red-lands. The bride U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ownbey of 656 K street, has lived here the past 14 years, and is very popular, with many friends, having a very attractive personality. She Is an active member of the different societies of the Y." W. C. A. Mrs. Stannard will complete the school term, and expects to make her home in San Bernardino as Mr. Stannard will be located here In the Santa Fe shops. The good wishes and congratulations to the bride and groom will not be the less sincere and Interested because of the delay which the two principals have observed in announcing their marriage. H ' For Miss Brown, Bride-Elect Miss Clara Barton entertained at a theater partv yesterday afternoon for Mi3s Edith Brown, fiancee of Will A. Swope. After the matinee at the Opera House, the company returned to the H. M. Barton home at 660 D street, where refreshments of ice cream and cake were served, and the guest of honor was given a' surprise In the presentation of a kitchen shower, the parcels done tin in heavy brown paper being brough,t in in a market basket, unadorned. Miss Brown found a collection of useful articles for her culinarv department. The rooms were decorated in pink roses and ferns. Those enjoying the delightful af- terpoon with Miss Brown , and the hostess were the Misses Algena Larson. Ruth Smith, Margaret Rogers, Evelyn Brown. Irma Aldridge, Floy Longmire, Barbara Brown, Le-cil Bryant, Ruth Grow. ? H Fifteen Study Circle Tomorrow's meeting of the Fifteen Study circle will be held with Mrs. Drake at J511 Arrowhead avenue, and the reading of Rostand's "Chantecler" will be continued. ' ? H ? Lackey-Johnson Weddlnr AFTER a quiet wedding cere-monv and wedding breakfast, U Li at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lackey at 601. Highland avenue yesterday, the groom, Clarence Johnson, and hi3 bride, formerly Miss Esther Lackey, left for Los Angeles. They j will return here for a short visit before going north for a stay of j several months, but expect to make their home in San Bernardino later. Only the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Johnson of G street, and the bride's family were present. Rev. W. C. Geyer of the First M. E. church, performed the ring ceremony. The ceremony room was decorat ed in pink and white ror.es, and the bridal party stood under a wedding bell of white roses and smilax. The pretty bride wore a spring suit of gabardine of rose color with white Georgette crepe blouse and white hat. veil and shoes. She carried Cecil Bruner roses. A wedding breakfast was served immediately after the- ceremony, the table decorated in pink and white rosea, and the bride's cake decorated in roses and orange blossoms. The bride has lived in San Bernardino the past five years and attended high school one year. Mr. Lackey Is a dispatcher with the Santa Fe and brought his family to California from Colorado. The groom was born and grew up in San Bernardino and is a graduate of the high school. Many friends will wish them happiness and prosperity. una? Graceful Dancing At a dancing party in Redlands, given by Miss Browning's pupils, the graceful dancing of Miss Mar garet Willis In a Pierrot costume and dance, and the winning of a cup by Miss Queen Masters and partner, : Wilson Spoor, is mentioned. Harry Willis and partner, Miss Dorothy Clock, won the elimination dance, entitling them to enter the cup contest. We do hemstitching and plcoting, 10c yard. Come and see the machine work. Sperry, 507 Third St., Jones' Kodak Store. Miss Vera McNabb's Wedding Day TODAY, at 12:30 at the home of the well known attorney, S. W. McNabb at 672 Fourth street, the marriage of his daughter, Mary Vera McNabb, to Paul Norton McCloskey of San Francisco, will be solemnized, and after the form of the beautiful ritual of the Episcopal church, Mr. McNabb will give his daughter into the keeping of her husband as the impressive service is read by Rev. David Todd Gillmor. rector of St. John's. The group of af'ectionate witnes- les will include only Mr. and Mrs. McNabb, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harbison, who ha've cherished the bride since she was a wee girl, and two intimate friends of the biide herself. Miss Ila Lunccford of San Bernardino and Miss Helen Hurd of Lcs Angeles, a classmate at Stanford university. All details of the ceremony and the wedding day have been planned with utmost simplicity, but the scene will be very charming never theless and the bride will appear a winsome, flower in her wedding frock of white crepe de chine, a one piece design of straight, loose and sashed fashion, the narrow band sash and neck bands bordering the new square neck effect being beaded in dull white beads with the scalloped hem of the' skirt bead dec orated also. High white boots will be worn and no gloves. A corsage of lilies-of-the-valley and orchids will complete the loveliness of the dainty, winsome bride. Only pink color will pervade the rooms aijd appointments. In. the spacious rooms of the attractive brown, bungalow, the dainty Cecil Bruner rose, especially doted on by the bride, is the flower honored to do duty for the auapiciouB occasion. In clusters and branches of color and beauty the baby roses will suitably grace the wedding. The bride and groom will meet the rector in front of the fireplace which will be . banked in mountain ferns and pink roses, and as the words of benediction fall, they will kneel on the satin cushion with its border of flowers. Immediately after the ceremony, the company will sit down to a wed ding breakfast at the pink arrayeu table, with pink candles gleaming softly within the pink shades. Punch will be served from a side table and the bride will cut a large heart-shaped cake wreathed in roses which has been presented by Mrs. H. M. Barton and Mrs. G. N. Gish. At 3 o'clock the bride and groom will hold an informal reception, a number of intimate friends who have known the bride since the days of childhood, and her Bchool chums, have been Invited to meet the fine young man who Is carrying her away to the north. When the bride and groom leave for a destination which they ask to be allowed to keep secret today the lovely bride will wear a very smart but plainly tailored suit of dark blue with an invisible small line check of green, made with vest effect and postillion back, ' worn with a white Georgette ' blouse, and a small gold straw hat with tailored horizontal bow, smartly poised on the front. An array of gifts of silver and china, linen and glass, pictures and Innumerable beautiful things which gladden brides' hearts, have been bestowed on the bride and have been displayed to her friends the past few days. When the bride and groom reach San Mateo, the fashionable resident district of San Franciscans, they will go to a beautiful bungalow which is all ready for the bride. sue win De welcomed in an ex tended circle of college friends in the bay cities, both the bride . and groom being graduates of Stanford university, in the class of 1915, and their marriage therefore of great interest in the north. The groom has entered on the practice of law and has already made a beginning which presages a brilliant future In every line of college activity in eluding athletics he has had a pro minent part. He Is the son of Mrs Emily McCloskey of San Mateo and the late Henry Harrison McCloskey for years a leader in the legal, profession in San Francisco and a well known capitalist. Since graduation the groom has been associated with a well known law firm of San Francisco and en gaged lu looking after the exten sive interests left by his father. Happiness ana prosperity and a continuous May time of roses and Joyousness is wished for the bride by the friends of her home city. I During the past few weeks she ha? been feted at numerous lovely affairs, which her friends have delighted to honor her with. K K Buashlne Temple Flans a Dance Plana are being ma,de for a dancing party on f the evening of Wednesday, May 13, by the Sunshine Temple, Pythian Slaters. There will, be special feature dances and a four-piece orchestra will play. Mrs. J. B. Donaldson Is general chairman. , The Altruistic club of the . Sunshine Temple will meet on Wednesday afternoon of this week, with Mrs. C. F. Reynolds and Mm. D. B. Donaldson, hostesses, at 875 Spruce utrect. New Arrivals for Spring - ' - 1 -r i - and Summer Wear Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Neckwear Dr. A. K. Johnson, office 308-107 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Home 362. Advertisement. DR. O. B. ROWELL, Physician and Surgeon. Office 410-411 Kat Block. Phones Home 1312; Sunset 83; residence 733 G street. Phones Home 1191; Pacific 1045. Advertisement. Dr. A. C. Tucker, Dentist, office Katx Building Advertisement. Additional Society, Page 7 Styleplus (tf 17 Clothes jyi, JONAS & SELDNER SUN ADS. GET RESULTS Chamoisette Glove3 75c a Pair -A superior quality glove In two-clasp style; an Ideal clovu for .shopping und ouring wear. Chamoisette Gloves $1.00 a Pair Come in the Strap-Wrist Rtyle, good heavy quality, in cither white or black stitched backs. Kayser Silk Gloves 60c and $1 a Pair Plain eclors, such as black, wlilte, champ, tan, brown and navy. In 2-claHp style, nmde in best quality of KaysQf Silks. Ladies' Fibre Silk Hosiery at 39c a Pair The8 are wonderful values at this price, as you probably all know fibre Silk Stockings ate very scarce this season. Colora are black, white, ten. Radmoor Boot Silk Stockings at 59c a Pair Extraordinary values at this popular price. Come in black, white and full range of colors In every new wanted Summer shade. Radmoor Silk Hosiery at 75c a Pair This line comes made full-fashioned, la goou heavy quality silk not commonly found in this price Stocking. Black, white, and full rango of colors. A-Just-Arrived Shipment of the Much Wanted Children's Socks 25c and 35c Pr. Every new color combination is here, white with fancy tops, plain colors, such as brown, romper blue, etc. We show by far the most complete line in this city. Come in and see this line tomorrow while the assortment is good. New Silk Underwear At Popular Prices Vests - Knickers Unions PURE SILK VESTS At $1.50, $1.75, $2.25 SJLK KNICKERBOCKERS At $1.75, $2.50, $3.00 SILK UNION SUITS At $3.75, $4.50, $5.00 Smart New Neckwear Priced at 50c, 75c $1.25 and Up Pretty new novelty neckwear In . all the newest styles and colorings, Georgette collara, lace trimmed and embroidered organdie and net collars, vestees, chemisettes, Jabots; stock - collars and hundreds of new Sport Windsor ties. NEW BAGS Priced at $1.25 toi $5.00 NEW BELTS Priced at 25c 35c 50c 65c Co Cohn Dry Goods Co, Choose Jewelry for the Graduate Jewelry is the one gift that will be long re-v membered and. appreciated. It is the most fitting of presents for such a momentous occasion as Graduation. In our display you will find an unsurpassable line of novelties especially selected for graduation gifts an endless display of jewelry appropriate for all ages of graduates and at a wide range of prices. ( Here Are a Few Suggestions: WATCHES VANITIES SIGNET RINGS CUFF LINKS FOUNTAIN PENS SCARF PINS FRATERNITY PINS WRIST WATCHES : Chas. M. Harif Jeweler and Silversmith TTHE SUN has the largest circulation of any News- paper published in the County of, San Bernardino. f rJ w I ) TV f 1

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