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Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, October 25, 1902, Image 8

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Si I 8 GOODWIM'S WJBBKLY.
Ilf I Are the men dead to the world, don't they real-
1 " I ize what is expected of them? Nearly the first of
8 1 Novemher and nothing but newspaper talk about
"j the assemblies. It wouldn't be much work to have
; ' I ! half a dozen nice dances and they could be ex-
jj j elusive and not turn out like the finishing parties
l I j last season. There's a new hall with all the ac-
L -j j cessories for suppers in the same building, and it
! j I wouldn't cost much money. It's up to you, fellows.
M fj
B , j ; On Tuesday evening, November 11th, St. Paul's
B J J church will be the scene of one of the season's
jH i fl J most fashionable weddings, when Mary Claire Por-
jE j j! i ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Porter, and
IHgF j I Mr. Charles Spencer Mann of Los Angeles will be
Hl M n married. Miss McGuigan, one of the maids, from
HI & W 8 Montreal, Canada, will be here next week and Miss
Hi j I Holabird, the maid of honor, Mr. Mann, Mr. Mau-
H , In 1 rice Phipps and Mr. Phelps will arrive from Los
jBfi W 'I Angeles November 5th.
jBi J! ,1
H I W 3 One of the prettiest events of the week was the
H Jf ft reception given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Jo-
H U : i seph Young at her residence on East First South
H Hj J. street. It was given in honor of Mrs. C. D. Clark,
H J j ; 1 wife of Senator Clark of Wyoming. The rooms
H J i I j I were decorated exquisitely. The reception-room
H I j I:? f was in deep red, the effect being produced by au-
H I j m J tumn leaves and carnations. One parlor was gor-
H I ft V geous with yellow and white chrysanthemums and
H I 1 9j 1 another with pink cosmos and carnations and
H I i S I palms and ferns. The scheme in the dining-room
H 1 1 M $ was green and white, chrysanthemums and palms
H 1 1 m 1 " beinS used- AD0Ut ono hundred guests enjoyed
H r I 3 I & the event.
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I fj ij A beautiful wedding of the week was that of
B H "j '! 1 Miss Elizabeth Davis and Mr. Arthur Peters,
H II J : J which took place at the home of the bride's moth-
H B I ! J er on Wednesday evening. The ceremony was
I If y$ performed by the Rev. Clarence T. Brown. Mrs.
H H jjfj j Martha Royle King sang the bridal chorus from
111 Lohengrin as the bridal party entered. Miss Beat-
H iff rce Davis was maid of honor, the bridesmaids
H I ijjll were Miss Myra Sowles and the Misses BCaman,
H j fli jj the flower girl Ruth Robinson, and the ring bearer
H k jjjl Leonard Davis. Mr. Jesse Smith was best man.
H m During the ceremony the intermezzo from
H j i "Cavalleria Rusticana" was played and the Men-
H j M-, 1 1 delssohn march at the close.
Hi ; Jfr ' The rooms were beautifully decorated in pink
Hi J si J and green and red and green, and about 100 guests
HI; '1J wore present.
Hi 1 i1 1
Hi ' j ! ! i ' "I'm not going to see the 'Tempest,' " said a
HJ'irl',,1 well posted little society woman the other oven-
H J IJj ing. "i saw 'The Tornado' when it was here and
H'! I I'll bet this here 'Tempest' ain't no better."
' i if
H 'III The three card parties given on Tuesday,
H j & j Wednesday and Thursday by Mrs. Sol Siegel were
H wM among the most delightful affairs of the week.
H 91 Autumn leaves and flowers and palms were ar-
Hi I SI ranged artistically throughout the lovely home,
H f.Kl and the functions were' complete successes.
H I 'II A marriage of interest locally was that of Miss
HI I ,i I Ruth Leeds Kerr and Mr. J. H. K. Burgwin, which
Hit jjt i took place in the Mare Island navy yard chapel
BSf HI Wednesday afternoon. A reception followed the
Hr SI ceremony given by Paymaster Kerr. Mr. and
HH SI Mrs. Burgwin will live in Pittsburg, Pa.
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H nl Mrs. R. H. Channing is hostess at the Country;
HHh club today, tea and club golf at 4 o'clock. Table
HIII d'hote dinner at 0:30.
Mr. Burns McDonald has returned to the city.
Mrs. McDonald is now in New York and will spend
a few days here about the first of the month, after
which both Mr. and Mrs. McDonald will return to
San Francisco.
Announcement of the marriage of Miss Ma
thilde Marconnot of Butte and Mr. Charles W.
Young of St. Joseph, Mo., will come as a complete
surprise to a number of people in this city. She
visited here a year ago and her charming person
ality made her many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Young
will live in St. Joseph.
Miss. Emily Read leaves today for a visit to
Montana.
The earrison hop at the post last evening was
a delightful affair, a number from the city at
tending. Miss McGrath entertained at a charming dinner
preceding the fort hop last evening.
Mrs. Victor Clement entertained at dinner on
Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Judge entertained at cards Tuesday after
noon. Mrs. Ferris entertained at cards Tuesday af
ternoon. Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Butters are here on a
brief visit.
Mrs. Thomas Kearns gave a theater party Mon
day evening.
Mrs. William A. Nelden and Mrs. J. 0. Cross
entertain at a card party this afternoon.
Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes will return the first of
the month.
The Misses Welby give a Kensington Tuesday
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Duncan entertained
at a charming luncheon on Tuesday in honor of
Frederick Warde.
Mrs.Rykert has gone East.
Miss Judge entertained at a delightful Japanese
luncheon Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Stanley Price entertains at a card party
for Miss Porter Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. David S. Murray entertained at a delight
ful dinner Thursday evening.
The reception given to Mr. Warde at the Com
mercial club Monday night by that organization in
connection with the Press club was the most suc
cessful event of the kind ever given in this city.
The first annual banquet of the Commercial club
on Tuesday, November 11th, promises to be the
great event of the month.
"All things may come to him who waits,"
But there is this to say:
Their coming one accelerates
By meeting them half way.
Philadelphia Press.
Gray Bros1
Strictly 0a$n & C0ill13liy One Priw
AT 122 MAIN STREET.
Have the kind of . . .
Clothing, Turimbings
and Rats
That appeal to the men who like the
STYLISH, the GOOD QUALITY and
always the RIGHT PRICES.
SOLE AGENTS for the Famous
Alfred Benjamin (8L Co.
Clothing
GRAY BROS. & CO., - 122 MAIN STREET.
"We are to he made one," she suggested.
"Yes." he replied.
"But which one?" she asked.
And in the attempt to settle that question an,
other promising matrimonial future was spoiled
for woman is not so unassuming in these days ai
she was once upon a time. Chicago Post.
Ladies' Sweaters
and Golf Vests
These have already proven themselves active
Fall specialties. We have them in most desir.
ble shades and color combinations. Bound and
finished in the best mann'.
,Mftoice Cut flowers
McCORNICK BUILDING
floral Designs, Potted Plants ana ut Tlowri,
72 E. SECOND SOUTH
The B. C. Morris Floral Co.
THOS. HOBDAY, MANAGER
D. CHAITKIN,
Designer and Ladies' Tailor on Cloaks and Si.
First-Olass "Workmanship and Perfect Fit guaran
teed at reasonable prices
258 Main St., upstairs, Rooms 1-2.
They Say "Love is Blind"
But most of the Brides and Groojis
can see that V. V. Morris has the
Best Out Flowers & Decorations.
142 South Main.
Phono 468.
PERFUMES
IN BULK
A yery convenient way to buy Per
fumes, 'cause you can buy as much or
as little as you want.
But all Bulk Perfumes are not alike.
It makes all the difference how they're
kept in the store.
We make a study of the Perfume
business.
Come in, and we'll let you into the
secret.
Fft j Prescription Druggist
.C.Schramm -raSrl

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