FRIDAY TORRANCE HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29,
Pacific Ready Cut TORRANCE PARK 3PARLINQ-HUNN WEDDING
Men Locate Here; Mrs. William Utsler of Burlington,
ORRANCE The home of Mr. and Mrs. Rober
Kan., Is a gruest at the home of. her K. Hunn of Plaza del Amo was th
See Fine Future niece, Mrs. Oeorge Theobald, of East
afternoon, when Miss R. Dean Spar
\V. P. Clarke and A. V. Seymour,
distributors and builders of Pacific
Heady Cut homes, have located in
M-r. and Mrs. Oscar Carlson 'have ling was united In marriage 1
moved from Cota avenue to 220tn William E. Hunn by Rev. H. C. Curie
Toi-rance. After spending considerable street.
time looking- over various cities in of the Gardena Baptist church.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gay will move Southern California for a building The bride, charming In a gown <
from Arlington avenue to Redondo program, they decided Torranco has Mrs. J. F. Mason has returned from grey silk crepe trimmed with pea:
Beach tomorrow. the most promising future of any of several days' visit with friends 1n San
Diego. beads and pearl ornaments, was at
(lie growing cities of the south. They
Mrs. 1,. J. Acree of Gramercy ave- predict a second Oary, Ind., here. The tended by Miss Vera Barsch of Oar
nue spent Wednesday with Mrs. bulk of the Industries will come here, Mr. and Mrs. Elwln Rowell and dena, who was prettily attired In pal
Joseph Barnett of the Alexandria ho- as Torrance is the logical spot for family, of Redondo Beach, were recent pink silk and carried a bouquet o
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs; E. Z.
tel. Los Angeles. them, they believe.
Mr. Clark has been in the banking Rowell. sweet peas.
The groom was attended by Doug
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perry have business in California for the past
moved from Kern court to their new ten years, having organized two very Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hughes and las Colllns.
home on Amapola avenue. successful banks. He will handle the Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge E. Bailey spent The room and table were beautlfull
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis
Born Friday, Feb. 22, to Mr and
financial end of the organization.
Mr. Seymour is a graduate of tlir of San Pedro. decorated with pink and white oarna Now Ready With Fully Equipped
tlons and ferns, and the decoration
Airs Joseph Pullman of Plaza del
Amo, a son, Ceorge Washington Pull-
University of Notre Dame, and prior
to tfoinf? into the real estate and Mr. and Mrs. F. Burmeister, recently ill the. wedding cake carried out th Offices to Practice His Profession
nun. building business owned the Coast f Colorado Junction, has moved to color scheme.
Motor company of San Krancisco. He 220th street.
The bride, the daughter of Mr. am
Judson G. R. Smith wa.s Low An- will handle the construction of the
Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Muldner of Mrs. W. H. Sparling of Gardena. re
gelcs visitor Wednesday, buildings. They are in a position to
buil-1 anything from a nmall garagri' Long Beach were guests Thursday at eeiv.'d many beautiful gifts. SAM LEVY BLDG.
Mrs. W. E. Bowen of Kern court a large- office building, they an- the home of Mr. Muldner's sister, Mra. Friends and relatives who witnessed UPSTAIRS
was a luncheon guest Thursday of W. P. Robertson. the ceremony Included Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Agnes Oammel of Arlington ave- W. II. Sparling, Mr. and Mrs. Rober
nue. HOTEL ERWIN Recent dinner guests of Mr. and E. Hunn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank O
Rev. and Mrs. F. A. Zellm- were
Mrs. Frank Sharps of Carson street Weller and Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Brown
were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dangler and of Hollywood, Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Sartori St. Torrance
}.. D. Melz, .employed at the Fern- Mr. and j Mrs. L. A. Dangler, of Los Garner of Hermosa Beach, Miss Vera
entertained at dinner Tuesday by Mr. croft cafe, is registered here fron
and Mrs. W. C Haydon of Arlington Angeles. Bar.sch, Douglas Colllns, Mrs. Rodgers
IMS Angeles. Miss Louise Rodgers, Jack Rogers
Mrs. Caroline Colllns, Mrs. Percy
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dexter of I,o.s It. Anclerson, associated with the Smitt; and Lean Wllks.
Angeles were Wednesday dinner Columbia Steel Works, is making his This evening there will be a social
quests of Mr. and Mrs. T.. .1. Aoree of home here. held in the basement of the Central DR. LEAKE WINS SUIT
Grameivy avenue. Evangelical church. Everyone is wel-
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Horn of Los come. These affairs are always en- The case of Leake vs. Rupprech
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Richhart of Angeles were recent guests here. joyable, and there Is no reason to be- was tried In Judge Hunter's cour
Gramercy avenue spent Sunday with lieve that this one will be any ex- Tuesday. A judgment of $40
friends at Van Nuys. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Beach of San ception. costs was rendered against Rupprecht
Francisco were week-end guests of Dr. Leake had brought suit agains
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Tomklns and Ray Mason. W. E. Bowen tini\ R. A. Spencer at- Wm. Rupprecht for $76 because o
family, of Gramercy avenue, were en- damage done to the Leake machine
tertained Sunday by their aunt, Mrs. held in the United Presbyterian church last August, when the laundry ca
F. A. Hall, of Redondo Beach. ...
John It.' Smith and J. J. Jackson,
of Ventura, a!i-e recent arrivals.
at Ninth and% Flgueroa streets, LOB Will be installed on March 13th at the
Angeles. curb and struck the former's ma
Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Bowen' of Kern
C. J. Cnllahan of San Francisco is
chine. American Legion Hall.
court were dinner guests Wednesday A large number of Christian En- MACCABEE ITEMS
of Mr. and Mrs. Pallas Avery of a newcomer to Torrance who is mak- deavorers -were present at the district
Cravens avenue. ing his home at the Erwin. rally at Moneta last Friday evening-. A meeting of Maccabee officers wil
If you wish to be a charter member drop a
Mrs. Zada Hostte lias returned to
Local members who attended Included
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Zuver, Mr. and
be held Monday evening, March 3, a
the home of Mrs. Anna Stadig of E
line to G. R HALL and he will call on you.
the home of her daughter. Airs. F. L. Ml-, and Mrs. L. L. Ewing, of Loa.An- Mrs. W. E. Bowen, R. A. .Spencer, Prado apartments.
Parks, after a pleasant two months' geles.' were recent over-night guests. Jacob Orosscup and Mr. Layman.
The attendance at 'the last regulai
visit with relatives at Mountain View.
Oil men who are newcomers to the IN THE JUSTICE COURT meeting was very gratifying to those
Dinner guosts Sunday of Dr. und local fields include F. .1. Owen, L. VV. who have the best Interests of the or-
Mrs. J. S. Lancaster of Post avenue Roos, Los Angeles; W. B. Lontf, El Charged with having lluuor iu hia ganization, .at-heart. ItJa honort-tha
were Mr. and Mrs. George Elmandorf C'ampo, Tex.; C. F. Harp, Portervllle; possession, John Tarbell pleaded as much interest will be shown at th
of Beverly Hills and Mr. and Mrs. John W. See, Los Angeles; Paul An- guilty and was given $400 or 400 days. next regular meeting, March 11, when
Joseph Oant of Lon Angeles dcrson, i'lacentia; John H. Hcurt, He's In the county jail. the initiatory degree will be conferred
Preston, Idaho; A. M. Swanson, Idaho
MIH. Anna Pratt and daughter Vivi- Falls; George Butler, San Pedro; Bert O. Hardy, employed at the Talbert BIRTHDAY DINNER
an, of Andreo avenue, w t-re Los An- Prew, J. Stark, L. Perkins, Los An- mud pit, swore out a warrant Tues-
geles visitors Sunday. geles. day for a gypsy, or gypsies, who had Mrs. Thomas Coxe of Beacon stree
gotten away with $116 of his hard- entertained at a dinner Sunday In
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Turner uf Ama- 500 PARTY earned coin. Hardy caught the woman honor of Mr. Coxe's birth anniversary
pola avenue were dinner guests Sun- lifting his purse, and grabbed her. Covers were laid for the honoree and
day of Mr. and Mrs. William Heater A card party will be given in Cath- The purse dropped to the ground, but Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lockhart of Oak
of Long Beach. olic hall Monday evening at 8 o'clock. not before the money had been ex- street, Mr. and Mrs. I, H. Coxe
Six prizes and door prize; also re- tracted. While Hardy was examining Beacon street, and Mrs. Georgia Hay
Mr and Mrs. ('. M. McKenzie of freshments. AH are Invited and a his purse the band made their get- and son, of Long Beach.
Mowrey court were guests of Los An- good time assured by the hostess, Mra away. He gave chase, but lost them
geles friends Sunday. Ted Wertz. on the boulevard. Use Our Want Ads for Results.
Our handy gas supply stations at Border and
Cabrillo and at Arlington and Carson streets
meet all comers.
Tourists in a strange town are certain to
find such service as can be compared only
with the quality of gas we sell.
We urge you to come in very aoon and view the beauti- We carry the highest test gasoline and the
ful spectacle of our display of the newest in Shoe best grades of oil at moderate prices.
fashions for Spring. You will be delighted at their Air and water free. We also drain your
daintiness and ornate beauty. crank case free.
Hamilton-Brown Men's Oxfords and Shoes Sandals ATTENTION
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE
Spring Wear FORMAL OPENING OF OUR NO. 2 STATION AT
We are now offering the latest in ARLINGTON AND CARSON ON SATURDAY.
Strap Sandals for Women aud MARCH 8 AND RECEIVE A PRESENT,
Before buying your Spring Oxford* Growing Girls. Colors: White Kid, A LITTLE TOKEN FROM US AS AN APPRECIA-
and Shoes you should see our new Gray Buck, and Patent Leather. All TION OF YOUR PATRONAGE SO KINDLY GIVDN
numbers which are sure to please. lined with kid. US IN THE PAST.
Black aud Brown Calf and Black
and Brown Kangaroo.
Women's Priced at $5.50 Aa our No. 2 station at Corner of Arlington and Caraon.
is now open kindly allow us to inform our trade that
Priced at $5.95 to $12 Girls* Priced at . . $4.25 those who can get their supply there, will receive, the same
prompt attention and be relieved of any waiting at our
No. 1 station.
r T.W.BARNES Co
"Games DepartmentStore*'Lomita.Cal Carson at Arlington Cabrillo at Border
Leslie (Packie) Paxtou, Mgr. P. (Dude) Fix, Mgr.
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