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INTERESTING EVENTS IN
THE LOCAL SOCIAL WORLD
MRS. FRANK HARRISON Phono 139
Leads to the Altar
Weddings seem to be just now the
important though of the. moment.
After the war years, when weddings
lacked all gorgeousness.of sotting and
wore puritanically simple, and severe,
there has com'e a reversion to the
beautiful, tho making of that hour of
the wedding ceremony the most stir
ring and exquisite memory of a girl's
Bringing to a happy culmination a
pretty romance that had its inception
in school halls, when both young peo
ple were students at the , Northern
Arizona Normal School, the wedding
of Miss Mary Hanley and Joseph B.
Rickel took place, at six o'clock Mon
day morning, August 11, atr the
Church of the Nativity, with Rever
end Father C. Vabre reading the ring
ritual in tho presence of a number of
friends and relatives.
Tho bride was most attractive in
a. tailored suit of blue, and whita
georgette crepe hat. She 'carried a
wonderful corsage of bridal roses and
lilies of tho valley, with a shower of
maline and feathery ferns.
Tho bride's only'attcndant was Miss
Barbara Rickel, sister of the groom,
'who wore a smart blue suit and pic
ture hat. The groom, was attended
by"Jbe Hanley, brother of tho bride.
Miss Irene Costello, played the wed
During mass Miss Costello sang a
beautiful solo, "Ave Maria," and Cor--rielius
Buckley sang "Upon the Altar
Night and Day."
' A green and white color motif was
used in the decoration of the church,
while at the homo of the groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rickel,
.where a lovely wedding breakfast was
served, the color scheme was pink and
white with beautiful pink roses .as the
.Immediately after the wedding
breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Rickel de
parted for the Grand -Canyon on a
brief honeymoon visit, after which
thoy will go to Chandler, Ariz., to
The F. O. Allen Home Is
Scene of Pretty Wedding
August is striving, it would seem,
to rob June of her laurels as the
Interesting to a number of friends
was tho marriaee of Miss Sibyl Webb
'to John C. Brown, proprietor of the
Tho ceremony took place last Sat
urday mornine at 8 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Allen,
with' the Reverend Luther Mooro ofli
ciating, and with only a few friends
and relatives present. ,The bride was
attractively attired in a dark blua
The Allen home was beautified with
a variety of flowers. Just before the
ceremony Mrs. Allen sang "I Love
You Truly." Following an elaborate
wedding breakfast, Mr. and Mrs.
Brown left by automobilo on a short
honeymoon trip which will include
' Camp Verde, at which place they will
"Romance of Happy
A Special D. W. Griffith Pro
duction also '
A, CHRISTIE COMEDY
15c, 20c, 30
MUTT AND JEFF COMEDY
Matinee at 3 P. M.
visit Mr. Brown's little daughter "Es-
tciia. mo coupie expects to bo away
a week or two ant on their return "will
be welcomed by a largo circle of their
friends anL tho Eastern Star Order,
of which Mr. Brown is worthy patron,
is planning to give a reception in
their honor next" Tuesday night.
A nuiet but nretty weddinir was
solemnized last Saturday morning at
iu ociock at t& episcopal church,,
when Miss Ruth Payne, a former
teacher in the Phoenix schools, and
George Nilsson, a young attorney vof
Prescott, took their marriage vows..
Keverenu wither Moore performed
the ring ceremony in tho presence of a
few close friends of this young couple.
The church was beautifully decorat
ed with, California poppies, nastur
tiums, and white Shasta daisies.
This pretty romance , dates back to
little girl and boyland, when as chil
dren they attended school in Em
poria, Kans. f
Mr: and Mrs. Nilsson' left for Oak
Creek Canyon, where they will spend
a short honeymoon, after which they
will be at home in Prescott.
In Honor of Miss Keegan
Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Borum enter
tained Friday .evening with , a" pretty
dancingJpartjsiri honor ,pf Miss Mary
Keegan, who was a, house guest in the
Borum home. The hours were spent
in dancing and music, and, delicious
refreshments were served to. tho fol
lowing: ' Miss Mary (Keegan,, , Miss
Thelma Harvison, Miss1 Mary Beck
with, Miss Ruth Behn, Miss Lillian
Munroe, Miss Thelma Fay, Miss Ma
bry Henning, Mrs. Nettie-Woodson,
Messrs. Axel Nelson, Hugo-' Jensen,
Eric Andrews, Ray Ramsey, Stanton
Borum, -Craig Pottingcr, ' Clarence
Piflliam and Roland Fay of Hayden.
Dance,at Normal School
Tho summer students of the Nor
mal school enjoyed tho last dance of
the summer school term last Thurs
day night when, a large crowd of
young people assembled in the new
auditorium and danced to the strains
of the splendid music which was fur
nished by the Truswell orchestra.
Punch was served throughout the
evening, and the farewell dance
seemed to outrival tho several de
lightful ones which have taken place
at the Normal school this summer.
Downtown was well represented by a
number of young people, as well as
young married couples, and an even
ing of unusual pleasure was spent.
Pretty Dancing Party
The M. J. Riordan home was the
scene of a delightful dancing party
on Tuesday evening when Mr. and
Mrs. Riordan entertained, compli
menting their house guest, Miss Jo
sephine Waldron, of Grcensburg, Pa.
The spacious rooms of the Riordan
home werp turned over to tho dancers
where they enjoyed several hours,
dancing to music which was furnished
by the Truswell orchestra. Tempting
refreshments were served to about
Federated Church Services
'At tho eleven o'clock service next
Sunday morning at the Federated
Church the Reverend Dr. F. W. Farr,
of, Los Angeles, will deliver the morn
In .the evening the Reverend Dr.
French E. Oliver, of Kansas City, will
occupy tho pulpit.
The public is given a cordial invi
tation to attend' both of these services.
The Federated Church should be
crowded to its full capacity at both
services next Sunday' for it will bo
a privilege to hear these men, the for
mer a noted orator, the latter ajioted
A fishing party, composed of Mr.
and Mrs. F. O. Allen and little daugh
ter Florence, and Mr. and Mrs. U. L.
Keyster and little daughter Dorothy
Keyster, motored down to Stoneman
Lako Una enjoyed a full day of real
fishing, for the fish bit, it is said, as
fast as the hook was thrown into the
water, and a real fish fry, with plenty
of fish, was enjayed, and then there
was an abundance of fish to bring
Pleasant Outing on
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Babbitt, Miss
Roso and Margaret Walsh, Miss Ger
trude Babbitt, Ray Babbitt and Miss
Blanche Spellmire, of Williams, spent
several days the first of the week
down at Oak Creek.
Eastern Star Meets. i
The Eastern Star had its regular
meeting Teusday night, and after the
initiation of three candidates and
other business was disposed of, a so
cial hoifr was spent. There were a
number of out-of-town members
present besides a large attendance of
town members. Chas. Gorham, of
Florence, worthy grand patron of the
Grand Chapter of Arizona, addressed
the meeting and refreshments were
Arrives from Chicago
Mrs. Bertha Kennedy and daughter,
who, havo been in Chicago all summer
attending school Mrs. Kennedy, at
the' University of Chicago, and Miss
Kennedy at the Gregg Business Col
lege arrived home Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Kennedy will resume her work
at the Emerson school on Monday
morning in the capacity of assistant
Mrs. L. B. Maxwell entertained at
dinner recently a group of young
girls who numbered Miss Thelma
Harvison, Miss Mabry. Henning and
Miss Mary Beckwith.
Church Picnic Dinner
One of the most delightful social
events of the summer was enjoyed
last Wednesday evening when tho
ladies of St. Margaret's Guild of the
Episcopal Church entertained the men
of tho church with an appetizing' pic
nic dinner and an evening of music
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Stcveson, at Riordan.
Automobile parties of tho guests
left Flagstaff for Riordan between 5
and 5:30 p. m., and when the time
came for tho picnic dinner to tbo
spread outdoors under the pines, there
were 67 people present. After tho
dinner, consisting of an abundance of
good things to eat, Jthe whole com
pany gathered in the parlor and on
the wide porch of the Stcveson homo
to enjoy tho music.
As the hour of ten approached, the
auto parties were made up for the
return trip. Many wore tho hearty
expressions of pleasure and apprecia
tion for the enjoyable evening. Sin
cere thanks were gladly paid to the
committee of tho. Guild which had the
affair in charge, and to the host and
hostess who contributed everything
possible to make the entertainment' a
real success. Not a few remarked
on the value of the good fellowship
which was aroused, and expressed an
enthusiastic desire to have an early
repetition of such a good time.
Meets . t
The Missionary Society of the Fed
erated Church held its regular1 meet
in? out at the conference trrounda,
four miles east of town on Wednesday
afternoon. There was, a large crowd
in attendance and a splendid meeting
was. The meeting was held in the
big auditorium and those present were
given the opportunity of hearing talks
by women whose work js among' jtho
Mrs. Thayer, who is stationed) at
Kaycnta, first gave a very" interesting,
talk on the Horn Indians, telling tbf
their ways of living, their customs,
and their habits and of tho mission
ary work among them. t
Mrs. Clark, of Fort Defiance, then
talked of the Navajos, with whom she
and Reverend Mr. Clark work. She
touched on many interesting points of
Mrs. Edgar, of Needles, gave a
brief but interesting outline of the
work among the Mohave tribe.
Mrs. Anderson, of Truxton Canyon,
was called upon to speak of the Wal
lipai Indians. This she did in a few
well chosen words.
The Southwest Conference
The session of tho Southwest Con
ference began Tuesday eyening and
will continue until the twenty-fourth
of this month. All the cottage at
tho grounds arc occupied and there is
much interest being taken in the serv
ices, which occur three times each
day. Meals are served at actual cost
in the dining hall and the waitresses
are all volunteers.
All persons wishing to go to confer
ence grounds will leave word tho day
before at 'Harper's Second-Hand store.
Arrangements will be made to take
them out free of charge.
Visitor from Indiana
Miss Vienna Ogborn, of New Cas
tle, Ind., arrived with Mrs. Bertha
Kennedy and Miss Kennedy Tuesday
morning. Miss Ogburn is a sister of
Mrs. M. C. Wisehart and will spend
the winter, a guest in the Kennedy
Mrs. Noble to Arrive
Mrs. Ann Noble and little daughter
Ann Amelia, will arrive in Flagstaff
in a few days. Mrs. Noble and Ann
Amelia have a host of friends here
who will heartily welcome them home.
BEVO Cold as ice 15 cents per bot
tle at all druggists' and soft drink
JUDGE SOAKS."CHILP' - jbusy little gambling place, south of
Jose Chili."a7"he is 'cWd ih!. ".:. Fri' te e.f " f
by the Mexicans, by reason of tho uce "em ana lrUimc uracer J'
fact that tne iar-away republic of JacKson, gamereu mm in. aiong wun
Chili is his natural habitat, suffered his cards and chips. Police Justice
severe reverses in his modest but S. B. Gilliland, fined him $25.
Cress Brothers have installed s. a
handsome Westerns Union, clock 'ik
their tailoring establishment.
A Want-Ad in The Sun has oftea
sold a house and lot.
j Phenomenal Opening Display
land Sale of Fine Apparel
Hundreds of brand, new FalL Models all
obtained from prominent makers at EARLY
SEASON PRICES. .,
The most brilliant shoeing of Suits, Coats, Gowns,
Frocks and Waists ever assembled in Arizona. It will
pay youao ANTICIPATE jour fall, need by taking ad
, vantage of this pre-seasori offering.
Owing to the constantly rising prices we bought bur
fall stock, yearly but weather, conditions iiiPhoehix
prevent an early showing thus we are enabled to give
i;the women of northern Arizona -first choice of our fall
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Note: Miss Madaline Gibbons has
K. personally selected every garment in
this exhibit and will remain in Flagstaff
giving personal attention to customers
tor one week only.
Display and Sale now on at
Nelson's Style Shop
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A Few Prices and Descriptions
New Fall Suits $35.00, $39.75 arid up.
Serges, Trico tines, Silvertones,'Tinseltone8,
Peach Bloom, Velom de Nord, English
New Fall Dresses $19.75, $25.00 and up.
Satins, Serges, Tricotines, Georgettes, Tri
colettes, Paulettes, Jerseys, etc.
iVeit; Fall Coats $25.00, $29.75 and up. I
jryBuu lAiru, Ciiigusu xroio, veiom lie
Laine, Evura, Bolivia, French Kersey, etc.
New Fall Waists $4.95, $5,95 and up".
Georgette, Crepe, Pongee and Voile.
We want to impress upon your mind the
magnitude oi this stock more than
$10,000.00 worth of feminine apparel, in
cluding several hundred waists, which are
$1, $2 and S3 less than usual prices.
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WE TAKE CHARGE OF ALL THE DETAILS AND
ATTEND TO THEM BETTER! THAN YOU COULD
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