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title: 'Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, May 17, 1902, Page 8, Image 8',
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). 8 OODWUST WEEKLY.
B ' D em-Cunningham Wedding:.
Hli The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Dern and
B I Mr. William H. Cunningham will take place
i on Tuesday, June ioth, at five o'clock in
mi the afternoon, at St. Paul's Church. The
H; invitations will be issued next week, and
j the wedding will be the leading society
Hl event of early June. The maid of, honor
H will be the bride's sister, Miss Dern, and the
H, bridesmaids, Miss Kerkow of Fremont,
;E Neb., Miss Miller, Miss McGrath and Miss
j McMillan. Mr. Robert J. Glendinning will
H l be best man for Mr. Cunningham, and the
M ! ushers will be Mr. Fred Dern, Mr. George
t1 Lawrence, Mr. Chester Nason and Mr. J. T.
H ij Goodwin.
H Pink and white will be the color scheme
H , throughout the decorations.
B i The Holmes Musicale.
H ( The principal society event of next week
B will be the musicale given on Monday even-
H i ing by Col. and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes.
H The presence of Alberto Jonas, the famous
H Spanish pianist, will be an event of unusual
H1 Jonas is to give a concert in the theatre on
Hi Wednesday, the 2 1st, but his first appear-
H ance will be at the musicale on Monday.
H Tne New Officers.
H The officers of the Twelfth at Douglas
H are: Col. John W. Bubb, commanding;
B Lieut-Col. Harry L. Haskell, Maj. Palmer
H G. Wood, Capt. Charles H. Barth, Adjutant;
H Capt. Robert L. Hirst,-Quartermaster; Capt.
H ' James P. Harbeson, Capt. Wm. F. Creary,
H Lieut. Dana T. Merrill, Lieut. Francis J. Mc-
H Connell, Lieut. Rhees Jackson, Lieut. De
H Witt C. Lyles and Lieut. Sherman A.White.
H ( Capt. Waldo E. Ayer, Capt. William J. Par-
H j dee, Lieut. Moor N. Falls.
H Mrs. Filer and Mrs. Smith Receive.
H Mrs. Walter G. Filer and Mrs. Robert
m ' Smith will receive at the Country Club this
1 afternoon, from four to six o'clock. They
I will be assisted by the Misses Sherman, Miss
Read; Miss Burke and Miss McCornick.
M The Tavern orchestra will be in attendance
E and a ping pong tournament will be the
m special feature of the afternoon.
j There are new officers at the post and
H ; all are not married. There is also a band,
B i for the first time in months. It begins to
H" look like the old post 'fo' de wah', and there
H are lots of girls in town who "want to join
Ht the military."
IR Colonel and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes enter
HHf tained at an elaborated. dinner in honor of
Wm Senator Kearns last Sunday night.
Hf "Miss Kerkow and Mrs. George Haslam of
HR Fremont, Neb , will arrive next week, to
HK visit Mr. and Mrs. JohrfDerru
KflMBHHni - -
At the annual business meeting of the
Ladies' Literary Club, the election of officers
was as follows: Mrs. Henry C.Wallace, pres
ident; Mrs. Hal W. Brown, vice-president;
Mrs. J. H. Brown, second vice-president;
Mrs. A. J. Gorham, recording secretary; Mrs.
Merrill, corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. B.
Critchlow, treasurer; Miss Yardley, librarian;
Mrs. William Igleheart, critic; Mrs. William
C. Jennings, historian; Mesdames Hutchison,
Moyer and Cowan, directors.
Mrs. William C. Jennings entertained at
dinner on Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs.
Denison, the newly elected president of the
general Federation of Women's Clubs, and
the clever Cynthia Westover Alden, news
paper woman and president of the Sunshine
There must have been plenty of fun on
the special Pullman cars that took the club
women to and from Los Angeles. Think of
those dressing rooms in the morning, with a
line a car length waiting. Nice?
; Mr. J. Critchlow entertained a few friends
informally Saturday evening in honor of Mr.
Shealey of Ogden. His other guests were
L. Freed, B. Barnett, A. Copp and T. Good
win. The New York club women who visited
Salt Lake for a day on the way home from
Los Angeles were given a touch of the
Mrs. Thomas Jennings entertained at a
porch party on Thursday in honor of her
guest, Mrs. Willard Young.
Mrs. M. E. Colburn, mother of Mrs. Plum
mer, and R. L. Colburn is here from New
York to spend the summer.
Mrs. Wm. G. Sharp will be the guest of
honor at a luncheon to be given ndxt Tues
day by Mrs. D. J. Sharp.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCutcheon entertain
ed at dinner at the Country Club Sunday
Miss Zane has returned home after a
charming winter spent in New York, Boston
Miss Emilie Read has returned from Cali
fornia and is a guest of Mrs. Walter G. Filer.
4 Mrs. J. D. Spencer entertained at an in
formal Kensington last Wednesday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Porter and Miss Mamie
Porter have returned from the coast.
Miss Bersbach of Chicago is a guest of
Miss Porter at the Kenyon.
Mrs. Andrew Howatt and daughters enter
tained informally Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Mont Ferry was hostess at an elabor
ate luncheon yesterday.
Mrs. F. F. Eccles and Mrs. Nellie Walker
start for the east on Monday.
Mrsr Rooklidge will entertain the sewing
club next Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walker have returned
from New York.
. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN
Latest Styles ! Choicest Materials!
Newest Models ! I
McCORNICK BUILDING I
floral Designs, potted plants and Cut flowers I
72 E. SECOND SOUTH 1
The B. C. Morris Floral Co.
THOS. HOBDAY, MANAGER
PORCELAIN DENTAL ART. Porcelain Plates, Crowns,
Iiridgcs and Inlay Work. For lusthctlo people, where
the bold appearance of gold Is objectionable, wo mako
a specialty of Porcelain Dental Art.
GRISWOLD DENTAL MFG. CO.
f2 ycars over Walker Bros.' Bank
J. Will Gray & Brother,
Will open about June 1st at 153 Main St., with a
lino of Hats, Furnishings and Men's Shoes.
The largest line of the most
stylish Belt worn can be seen
at 41 West Second South.
McConahay & Sharp.
toilet Hrtkles 7
Everything for the toilet and bath will be found
And everything to be found here is the very
highest grade that's made.
No inferior goods can find an entrance here.
Soaps, Toilet Waters, Perfumes, Sponees, Bath
If you're in need of anything in a hurry
Call us up by telephone,
We'll deliver your goods in a hurry.
P. O. SCHRAMM
1 Where the Cars Stop McCornick Block I