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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 31 I
Revue De La Ville I
ONE of the most attractive of the
r early June weddings was that of
?Miss Brita McDonald, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. McDonald, and John
v Kimball Woolley of Seattle, which
took place Tuesday night at the home
of the bride, 3C0 First avenue. The
ceremony was performed by Presi
dent John L. Herrick of the Mormon
church of Denver. A reception fol
lowed, with dancing on the lawn. A
bower of wild parsley and syringa
blossoms was arranged in the draw- .
ing room, where the ceremony took
place. The living room was adorned
yvith red roses and the dining room
with pink and white roses, peonies
and daisies. A mound of flowers was
the centerpiece for the supper table.
The lawn was decorated with Jap
anese lanterns. Punch was served in
"the summer house. A late supper was
The bride wore white charmeuse,
veiled with lace and trimmed with
pearls. She carried bride roses and
lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid,
Miss Atfon McDonald, twin sister of
the bride, wore pale green charmeuse,
trimmed in sequins. Mrs. Roy L.
Schuyler, another sister, as matron of
i honor, wore pink charmeuse, trimmed
in blue georgette crepe and lace. Both
attendants carried Cecil Brunner
roses. Helen Riter, gowned in white
organdy, was flower girl. Frank
Hammond was host man.
Mr. and Mrs McDonald and the
wedding party were assisted in re
ceiving the guests by former Gov
ernor and Mrs. William Spry, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Riter, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
McDonald. Presiding at the supper
table were Mrs. Fred R. Sands, Mrs.
J. Wootton, Mrs. Roland "Woolley and
Mrs. Konnet Woolley. Assisting in
serving were Mrs. David Bullough,
Miss Florence . McDonald, Miss
Irene McDonald, Miss Hazeltine
Sims, Miss Florence Brother, Miss
Virginia Riter, Miss Ferne Johnson,
Miss Sarah Quayle, and Miss Mary
After a honeymoon at Seattle and
Fortland, Ore., the couple will mako
their home in Seattle.
IX "THE marriage of Miss Enid Miller,
J- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Miller, and Ezra Philip Thompson
took place Tuesday morning at 11
o'clock at St. Mary's cathedral. Tho
ceremony was performed by Dean W
W. Fleetwood. Lynn H. Thompsou,
brother of the bridegroom, was best
man. The couple left immediately
after the wedding for a trip to New
York and Atlantic coast points. After
the honeymoon they will make their
home in this city.
, Lavender and pink were effectively
combined in the church decorations.
Pink peonies, Scotch heather and iris
banked about the altar and chancel
developed the pretty idea.
A. Hf Peabody, organist, and Ed
I ward Fitzpatrick, violinist, furnished
I the "wedding 'music, including the wed
ding march from "Lohengrin," ''I
Love Thee," and "At Thy Feet," by
The brido wore a charming crea
tion of Georgette crepe in an oyster
shade over white silk net, with bands
of silver trimming. The wedding
veil was caught in cap effect with
orange blossoms. Orchids and lilies
of the valley in a shower formed the
bridal bouquet. The going-away gown
was a chic tailored model in French
blue serge, with a belt caught with a
Japanese buckle and cherries. A hat
corresponded with the gown in two
tones of blue Georgette crepe.
THE marriage of Miss Norma
Vance and Fred S. Hess took
place Tuesday at noon in the Salt
Lake temple. A reception followed
Tuesday night at the home of the
bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
L Hess, 772 Belmont avenue.
In honor of the bridegroom, recent
ly returned from duty overseas, a
patriotic color scheme was carried
out in the decorations of the house
and the lawn, where dancing was en
joyed. The electric lights on the
lawn were shaded in red, white and
blue, and flags further developed the
patriotic Idea. The house was adorn
ed with June roses. Red and white
roses in a basket tied with blue tulle
formed the centerpiece for the sup
The bride wore a gown of white
Georgette crepe over white satin and
carried bride roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Hess and the bride
and bridegroom were assisted in re
ceiving by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Farns
worth and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Vance.
Assisting in the dining room were
Miss Sylvia Holt, Miss Alfia Hen
dr:ckson, Mrs. C. Holt and Miss Sadie
Herbst. Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Vance, of Amer
ican Fork, Reed Vance of Delta and
Mrs. A. M .Neilson of Shelley, Idaho.
Following a wedding trip to south
ern Utah, the couple will be at home
at 72 Belmont avenue after June 15.
MISS Phyllis Marguerite Sharp
was hostess at a bridge party
and tea Monday afternoon at her
home on East South Temple street, in
honor of Miss Florence Gillis, a bride
of Wednesday. Pink roses adorned
the drawing room and red roses were
used in the library. Small baskets of
pink roses were used on small tea
The hostess was assisted by Miss
Ann Gilbert, Miss Virginia Gilbert,
- Miss Katherine Spencer, Miss Claire
Little. The other guests included
Mrs. Fred Taylor, Mrs. Ned Wood
ruff, Mrs. Matthew Noall, Miss Mar
garet Falk, Miss Esther Daniels, Miss
Gertrude Geoghegan, Miss Kathleen
Geoghegan, Mrs. Edmund J. Kearns,
Miss Dorothy Jenkinson, Miss Mary
Naisbett, Mrs. Ottinger Romney, Mrs
Lowell Romney, Mrs. J. Cawlio, Mrs.
Maurice Tanner and Mrs. H. Holden.
UNDER the auspices of the Wo
man's Catholic league a silver
tea and program was given at the
Kearns St. Ann's orphanage, 27th
South and Fourth East streets, from
3 to G o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
The object of the entertainment was
to obtain donations for the welfare of
the children who live in the institu
tion. Contributions of clothing and
clothing material, canned goods and
other provisions were received. More
than $1,000 was taken in at the door.
Cpportunty was given those who at
tended the tea to inspect the orphan
age, and the program, principally by
the children, illustrated the work of
the sisters in charge.
The reception committee at the tea
included Mrs. W. S. iMcCornick, Mrs.
M. B. Salisbury, Mrs. J. E. Dooly, Mrs.
J. D Wood, Mrs J. E. Cosgriff, Mrs.
F. J Westcott, Mrs E. J. O'Brien, Mrs.
C. A. Quigley, Mrs. M. T. Kearns, Mrs.
F. J McGanney, Mrs John Hickey,
Mrs. J. J. Neville and Mrs. John J.
MISS Rhoda Bruneau was hostess
at a dancing party Wednesday
night at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Bruneau, on Thirteenth
East street, in honor of the graduat
ing class of St. Mary's academy, of
which she Is valedictorian. The class
colors, rose and silver, were carried
out in the house decorations. June
roses in a silver basket formed the
centerpiece for the supper table.
Punch was served during the evening,
followed by a late supper.
The hostess was assisted by her
mother and also by Mrs. P. J. O'Car
roll and Miss Ethel Bixby.
MRS. Carl A. Fisher, formerly Miss
Adrienno King, was the guest of
honor at a luncheon Wednesday after
noon given by Mrs. Clarence Milner
and Mrs. George Airls at the Airis
home in Cottonwood. Garden flowers
were used about the house and decor
ated the luncheon table. Covers weie
laid for Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. C. R. Pear
sail, Mrs. W. D. Donoher, Mrs. C. W.
Stimpson, Mrs. O K Lewis, Mrs. Wal
ter Lewis, Mrs. Frank Fisher, Mrs.
Davidson, Mrs. Harold Smoot, Mrs.
Senter Walker, Mrs. H. D. Bowman,
Mrs. Morton Cheesman, Mrs. R. P.
Hartle, Mrs. Harold Lamb, Mrs. Clar
ence Bamberger, Mrs. T. F. Boise,
Mrs. Joseph Howell, Mrs. Charles I.
Tuttle, Mrs. Horace Whitney, Mrs. Jo
seph Nibley, Mrs. Scott Weiler, Mrs.
Merrill Nibley and Miss Helen Kearns.
A SILVER tea was given Wednes
day at the home of Mrs. 'F. L.
Parker on East South Temple street
for the benefit of the First Congrega
tional church. A basket of pink roses
was the centerpiece for the tea table,
with a white mallne bow on the
handle. Syringa was used with roses
in the living room. The guests were j
received by Mrs. Parker and Mrs. J.
B. Mcintosh. Presiding at th'e tea M
table; were Mrs. W. L. Greene and M
Mrs. George B. Lockhart. Several M
readings were given during the1 after- M
neon by Mrs. C. E. Richards and Mrs. M
Ernest Ashton Smith gave vocal selec- M
TN the Cathedral of tho Madeleine at M
high noon Wednesday, Miss Flor- M
once Gillis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M
Archibald Gillis of this city, was mar- M
ried to Charles N. Haas of Colorado M
Springs. The nuptial mass was sol-
emnized by Bishop Joseph S. Glass.
The church was decorated with white H
peonies and ferns. H
The brido wore a gown of pale pink M
Georgette crepe, with a picture hat to H
correspond, and carried bride roses H
with a shower of lilies of the yalley.
The bridesmaid, Miss Anna" Gillis, sis- M
ter of the bride, -wore pale blue Geor- H
gette crepe, with a large hat, and car- H
ried pink roses. Raymond Gillis was H
best man. H
A wedding breakfast followed at the
Newhouse hotel. After a wedding trip H
to Wyoming, the couple will be at H
home at Colorado Springs. H
MISS Marlon Whitney, a June M
bride, was the guest of honor at H
a luncheon given Wednesday after- H
noon by Mrs. Kenneth Purdy at the H
home of her sister, Mrs. H. G. Brock- H
man, 241 East South Temple street. H
A color scheme of lavender and 'blue H
was carried out in the decorations. jH
Lavender sweet peas in a basket were H
tied with pale blue maline. The fa- H
vors were candy boutonnieres. M
Covers were laid for the following H
guests, besides the guest of honor: M
Mrs. Herman Wells, Mrs. Wendell M
Smoot, Miss Esther Badger, Miss M
Helen Wells, Mrs. Rex Williams, Miss M
Lillian Wells, Miss Rosemarie Young, M
Mrs. Gilbert Williams and Mrs. Lau- M
ren Gibbs. I
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Williams enter- H
tained at dinner Thursday evening in ijH
honor of Miss Whitney and her fiance, '1H
George Harold Felt. H
MISS Marguerite Shea and Miss JH
Grace Hogan entertained the H
members of the senior class of St. H
Mary's academy Monday afternoon at M
the Shea home on Ninth East street. M
The class colors, old rose and silver, H
were attractively interwoven in the ril
decorations for the tea table. A sil- f
ver basket of Cecil Bruner roses, the jH
class flower, formed the enterpiece. jH
Juno garden roses and rose-colored jH
peonies were used about the house. H
Music was enjoyed during the after- H
noon. The hostesses were assisted by H
their mothers, Mrs. M. G. Shea and j
Mrs. A. J. Hogan. The guests Includ-
ed Miss Rhoda Bruneau, Miss Mil- M
dred Brown, Miu Erma Kuster, Miss H
Emily Bond, Miss Ruth Carney, Miss M
Margaret Hess, Miss Vera Strom, H
Miss Theresa Stocker, Miss Amelia H