San Bernardino News from San Bernardino, California on April 28, 1916 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

San Bernardino News from San Bernardino, California · Page 5

San Bernardino, California
Issue Date:
Friday, April 28, 1916
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Woman's Page of The News Social News Home Hints Barbara Frietchie Is Picture At Opera House Buy Your Spring Suit Mow V And Make a Saving of From $5 to $10 FIRST LEAD SO U U O Mi's. Frank M. Curtin Is Hostess Mrs. Frank M. Curtin was the hos- $27.50 and $25.00 Spring Suits $19.95 $16.50 and $15.00 Spring Suits $11.95 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thle Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thle were apprised of their sixth wedding anniversary last night by a company of friends who surprised them in their home. They were presented with a large table mirror. Military whist was played, prizes being award-eo to Mrs. Falkensteln, Mr. and Mrs. Cook and Mr. Thle. Refreshments were served. The party numbered Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Maloney, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. jtess this afternoon to the members j of the Friday Afternoon Bridge club in her home, 261 Base Line, at a I very pretty summer party which also 1 marks one of the closing sessions oi ,the bridge club, which has enjoyed several seasons at the very delightful game of bridge. Mrs. Curtin served a luncheon at 1 i o'clock on the wide and spacious Krf T v.r r ii " 'Aw $18.50 and $17.50 Spring Suits $13.95 $32.50 and $30.00 Spring Suits $24.95 1ft it ' Scott, Mr. and Mrs. William Thles, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Beimer, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Batchefor, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mespelt, Mr', and Mrs. F. G. Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Harpion Cook, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Falkensteln, Gladys Thles, Gladys Mespolt, Dorothy Scott, Leona Thie. ' $40.00 and $35.00. Spring Suits $29.95 $22.50 and $20.00 Spring Suits $1595 screened porch at her home. Small 1 tables were laid with snowy linen and there were vases of pink roses , in the way of decoration, j .A bank of roses of pink shades surrounded the porch, giving a garden appearance. The luncheon col-' ors were pink and white and there I were place cards with pink roses and I pink nut cups at each place. 1 The bride games followed the ! luncheon. The prize was a dainty ! camisole. ' The regular club members were present in addition to Mrs. Will T. ! Barrows, Mrs. Z. T. Bell and Mrs. C. Conn Dry Goods Company Kirk Phillips as special guests. Mis. Harold Cox Is Hostess ' Mrs. Harold Cox entertained mem -: NOTICE :- Change of Schedule. Valley Line Stage For Pomona and Los Angeles ous poem and Clyde Fitche's great stage success. Mrs. Thomas W. Whiffen, the oldest actress of the English speaking stage, and Guy Coombs, support Miss Minter. Additional to this main picture is the Paramount-Bray cartoon, "Inbad the Sailor Gets Into Deep Water" and Paramount Pictograph No. 7. The attraction at theOpera House tonight and tomorrow matinee and night will be "Barbara Frietchie,' the latest releane of popular plays and, players on the Metro program, in which the. captivating and charming young star, Mary Miles Minter, has the stellar role. The picture's story is based upon Whittier's fam Olweive Birthday Anniversary Miss Emma Knight's birthday was observed Wednesday night :at a dinner i party given by Mrs. Raymond Mapstead in her home, 316 Mt. Vernon avenue. The affair was a surprise to Miss Knight; A pretty table in pink and white with a drawn-work cloth and laid with a French basket of pink roses was decidedly attractive. Place cards were in pink flowers. . ,. ' . The game of 500 followed the supper, Miss Knight winning the woman's prize, a handpatnted nut bowl, and Elmer Daniels the men's prize, a necktie. Those present were Miss Knight, Miss Linda Ranney, Miss Edna Weir, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Weir, Fred Ames, Elmer 1 Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Mapstead. . . ""." Mis. Klmei Heap Is Hostess Mrs. Elmer Heap entertained a group of young matrons, who have met from time to time," in her home in I street. Cecil Brurier roses deco-rated the rooms.. painty refreshments of a (8iimmeryJ nature were served. Pink was the predominating color. An Informal bridge club was formed at the meetingfyesterday. bers of the Lilac club In her home in Mt. Vernon avenue 'and Base Line yesterday. The bungalow was attractive with American Beauty roses and pink roses. Fany work was enjoyed and later' refreshments served at a table with a centerpiece of La France roses. Place cards were white cards with pink nut boxes. In addition to club members Mrs.- Glen Pierce and Mrs. Walter Decrow were present. Friday Whist Club Has Meeting The Friday Whist club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. J. B. McNeil as hostess.- Pink roses decorated the Leave San Bernardino 7:15 A.M., 12:30 P.M., 5:00 P.M. Leave Los Angeles 7:00 A.M., 1:00 P.M., 5:15 P.M. rooms. Mrs. H. B. Mason won the Phones Homo 1567, Sunset 1181 Cut Down the Cost of Living Coffees Almost Given Away For One Week Commencing Monday, April 24th, and continuing all the week, we will give you a discount of 5c per pound on all Jones-Thierbach Co.'s justly celebrated Coffees. These Coffees received a Gold Medal at the Fair in San Francisco for Superior Quality. The Best Coffee at the Lowest Price. 45s Mocha and Java 40c 40c Alta Brand 35c 35c Champion Brand 30c $1.00 3 lbs. Champion Brand 85c 30c Prime Brand 25c Remember that these prices are for one week only. Don't delay. J. W. FEENEY Home 578 Successor to Sunset 371 Feeney & Kodgers 589 THIRD STREET WKARS PANTS WOltX IX 1815 , CINCINNATI, Ohio, April .28. Members of Yeatman lodge No. 162, A. F. and A. M., have returned from. Williamsburg, Ohio,' where they assisted in conferring the Master Mason degree on Roy A. Peterson. Peterson, who is a relative of Dr.,M-,L. Peterson, worshipful master of Yeatman lodge, wore' the same pair of homespun wool trousers his ;great-grandfather had worn during a similar ceremony in 1815, He is a-mam-ber of the fifth geenratlon of that family to become a Mason. trophy at whist, a set of hand em broidered napkins, j Mrs. .'Wj C Sec combe was presented with the guest STOLE KISS; COST HIM $173 PASSAIC, N. J., April 28. While walking the other evening Miss Anna Pragna, aged 18, of this city, was frightened when Frank La Zara put his arms around her, hugged and kissed her once, then ran off. She screamed . and a detective arrested him. - . ,: In court La Zara admitted his guilt, pleading intoxication, of which there was no evidence. Besides, most any fellow might have been attracted by Anna's beauty. "Passaic must be a city . where women can walk any time day or night without fear of molestation," said Judge Costello. "As a warning to others I will fine you $175 or send you to jail for one year." prize,: a' guest towel. A dainty sum mer menu was served after the In the party were Mrs. 'Sylvester Klemkaski, Mrs. Glehn Benedict games: .: Mrs. McNeil was assisted in enter DR. L. W. AYERS Dentist Successor to Dr. Lyman. Offices 213 Katz Building. Mrs. Hugh McKeown, Mrs.Elmer Heap, Mrs. Charles Lindner, Mrs. taining by her 'daughter, Miss Roxie McNeil, Mrs Frank McNoil and Mrs. John Hansen, Mrs. Ivan Stine, Miss Brooks Maecracken. Freda Woodruff. Mrs. W.' C." Seccdmbe, Mrs. James Kilian and Mrs. C. A. Poole were Eat your Chicken Dinner at the Stewart Sunday, 12 to 2, 5:30 to S p. m., 50c. special guests during the afternoon 14 lr' Experience Oiitlenl ajfei SpeelnllHt THE NEW MASCULINISM By SARA MOORE IK IIS IS AGAIN CHOSEN AS PRESIDENT : With Hiinf 473 3rd St. L.e linen -: A. GRAFF :- Yours For Lens Factory On Premises Society Ladies' Tailor and Importer.. 40.3-401 Katz Bldg. Takn I- lpvntur Home 364 Better Glasses Or, Wm. 0. Taylor, 0. D. Home 168 888 E ST. Pacific 36 Local Woman Is Selected ToHeadW.C. T.U.For Year At Convention KODAKS Developing and Printing Jones' Photo Supply House, 509 Third St. San Bernardino General Hospital and Sanitarium Open to AH Physicians, All Treatments, Private Rooms, Wards. Turkish Baths Department for Ladies and Gentlemen. Home 113(1 Supset 1256 Los Angeles Residents Are Guests Mrs. Moore Sanborn and Miss Gwendolyn Grady of Los Angeles are guests of Mrs. Alvah Grant Fessen-den over Sunday. Mrs. Sanborn and Mrs. Fessenden are old friends, Mrs Fessenden frequently visiting at the Sanborn home. r 4 Entertain Guests At Luncheon Mrs. J. L. Oakey entertained Mrs. William Dunn, Mrs. Robert Gray, Mrs. Harry W. Brimmer, Mrs. Thomas Dunn Jr. at luncheon in her home, Ninth and E streets, yesterday. mini i. i - ' . . OF TH PARSON AG gj Sunsct Building rts SanBcdnadoino W, Thipp St po'"'3 CALirooNiA f V,,. Ay ElUcI Hmslon Al a'l Stores (1.25 ml. Tht ftM Merrill Co.. Fukt I The thirty-second annual convention of the San Bernardino County Women's Christian Temperance Union was concluded in Redlands at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Mary M. Joris of San Bernardino was again selected to head the union for another year. Other officers elected were Mrs. E. T. Carson, vice-president; Mrs. Eva Dewey, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Alma G. Hartley, recording secretary; Mrs. Jennie Cromer, treasurer. Mrs. Joris gave a timely, and an interesting discourse on the relationship of high taxation in San Bernardino county and the liquor traffic. She referred to the inmates of the Licensed To Wedl CHESEBRO-HIGGINS George New - - nn r mm v n NEAREST TO EVERYTHING ! ell Chesebro, native of Minnesota, age 27, and Emma Audell Hig-gins, native of Minnesota, age 25, both residents of Minneapolis. mm Send for Our Select List of EIGHTY CALIFORNIA PAPERS You can Insert d'aplay ads in the entire list for EIGHT DOLLARS AN INCH The Duke Advertising Agency, Inc. 427 S. Main St. 12 Geary St, Lon Angeles, Cat. San Francisoc Hotel i Manx i county jail who were largely there McGlNNISS-ULREY Frank Walter 4m through liquor, as statistics .' wilr show, she said. ,, . " Local Women Selected Mrs. Lois Poling was selected as San Francisco McGinniss, native of Kansas, age 29, and Tirzah Ulrey, native of Illinois, age 23, both residents of San Bernardino. PowellX.otOforrelt Californians I lead-' quarters while in San Francisco 'Meet me at the Manx ' For seeds and plants. C. Meyer. V Save Our Youths moderate rates ..... . ' r iti . . K r..,inH anA fnncrht Tft flffsef the Stenotypy- Shorthand chairman of the press committee, iMrs, Anna D. Snook as chairman of 'the evangelistic committee.' Both these women are from San Bernardino. In the matrons' medal contest Mrs. ' Mabel Merchant of Upland won the 'gold medal with "Dot Boy Fritz." J Mrs. S. L. Gowell of San Bernardino j was a close second. ' l' THE LANDLORD who refuses to use "For Rent" ads claims that advertising does not pay Is like the farmer who starved his cows anc then complained of the quality of the milk they were giving. The perils loilowing a general success or me reiiiimsi. luuicmcui mum. uU pmuicu coming greater freedom of women, it is suggested that fathers should give less attention to business and devote themselves more seriously to raising their sons. Every young -man should be carefully chaperoned. - It Running disillled T Management s W ol Cheater ice vsaler m every 4 W. Kellcy ' l:.... .... iwiiti wiirrf" is the duty or a parent to meet trie gins to wnora iub son iyH nueutiwu. . iamci . l ' :ui r , nnmo n iittin ohmit hniicairooninp- chn misrht spirvft cocktails and and all Stenographic Subjects Specialty. All Commercial Subjects Taught; also German. Day and Night School. Pacific 671. 543 Fifth St. leciions oe wun uy a uieie ui wiiu cw ruuwo a m-n v uwuu.vUt,...cs oysters at one time. ' Where a man's business makes it .impractical for him to bestow all his time on his pro- . .. . r I V. 1. .. 1 n.knan .inApIf. 1THQM OtlH tlPfidn TP will P II It h C (ion given to ladici trntvling unescorted. A la carle dining room. geny, h may secure me services oi coiue easuneu mciui .uvdc duchv j -- him to expertly defend his male charges frm the wiles of designing women deputantes, widows, adventuresses . Eat your Chicken Dinner at the Stewart Sunday, 12 to 2, 5:30 to 8 ip. m., 50c, ' i The News readers pick up many bargains by reading the ads. or triflers. . . i

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free