Peeler, Beatrice "Bee" F. (Clemens)

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    SPOUSES: Richmond Peeler


    PARENTS: William Clemens

    SIBLINGS: Mildred Clemens, Effie Clemens Allen

    -Miss Clemens was a school visitor on Monday of this week.  (Chandler Arizonan 2/7/1913)

    -Miss Clemens attended a St. Valentine's party on Thursday which was hosted by Mrs. Ella Page Seward.  (Chandler Arizonan 2/21/1913)

    -Miss Clemens enjoyed a pleasant horseback ride out in the country with friends.  The party of riders included Misses Mildred Clemens, her sister, Madge Peeler,  Mrs. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Crenshaw.  The ride took place Sunday afternoon.  (Chandler Arizonan 2/21/1913)

    -Next Sunday, Miss Clemens will become the bride of Richmond Peeler.  The nupitials will be at the Clemens home in Chandler at 10 a.m.  Many friends and relatives are predicted to come a long distance.  They will move onto Mr. Peeler's farm.

    She is the daughter of William Clemens, a business man.  She is very popular, and takes an active part in the social life of Chandler.

    The Clemens family have not been here for a year having come from California.  (Chandler Arizonan 4/11/1913)

    -Miss Clemens was married on Sunday to Richmond Peeler.  The pastor was Reverend William Scarlett of Phoenix, who gave a short Episcopilan wedding service.  The vows were done in the south end of the house under a bell of ferns and flowers.  The walls were covered with asparagus ferns giving the place a touch of nature.

    She was attired in white voile over white messaline with handmade lace.

    Mildred Clemens was her attendant.  The best man was Ralph Jaycox.  The wedding was at 4 instead of 10 due to the Reverend not being there.

    There was a wedding lunch served with bread and butter, chicken salad, salted almonds, olives, ice cream, cake, and coffee.  There was a pink and white color scheme.

    The place cards were hand-painted.

    After the well-wishes, the couple left for the home of the groom south of town.  A wedding trip will be taken later.

    The wedding had a small guest list.  Among those who attended were Mrs. M.E. Peeler, mother of the groom, Mrs. Hodge, groom's 85 years old grandmother, who was brought by auto by Mr. Gollands.  Also attending was Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Morris, Miss Madge Peeler, sister of groom, Ella Page Seward, Ralph and Lester Jaycox, and Wayne Heffner

    She came here with her father, William Clemens, her two sisters, Mildred Clemens and Mrs. Allen, last November from Anaheim, California.

    She wore a grey crepe meteor for a going away dress.  (Chandler Arizonan 4/18/1913)

    -Mrs. Peeler went to the Granite Reef Dam Sunday for a picnic lunch.  The girls brought the lunch which included southern style chicken.  Others who attended were Ralph and Lester Jaycox, Paul, Grace, and Ruth Johnson, Lee S. Parke, Will Moore, and Madge Peeler.  They were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Morris.  (Chandler Arizonan 6/6/1913)

    -Mrs. Peeler attended a party thrown by Mrs. George C. Smith last week.  (Chandler Arizonan 8/15/1913)

    -She is listed in the 1917 Chandler directory as the wife of Richmond Peeler.


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