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title: 'Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, June 21, 1919, Page 10, Image 10',
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H 10 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
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AN effectively arranged tea was
given Tuesday afternoon by
M Mizpah chapter, Order of the Eastern
m Star, at the homo of Mrs. C. F. Jen-
H nings, 573 Fifth Avenue, in honor of
M, Mrs. Lila L. Cheney, worthy matron,
M and Mrs. Lucie C. McCullow, retiring
Hj' matron of the Eastern Star.
1 The tea table had a centerpiece of
H pink roses and red and white roses
M were used about the house. Assisting
H Mrs. Jennings and the guests of honor
B in receiving were Mrs. C. J. Hlgson,
B Mrs. W. D. Dods, Mrs. Warren Ben-
H jamin, Mrs. C. W. Seaton, Mrs. Luther
H' Sinclair, Mrs. J. T. Treasure, Mrs.
M Kent 0. Keyes and Mrs. Walter Scott.
Hr Presiding at the tea table were Mrs.
H' L. B. Brown, Mrs. Warren Benjamin,
H, Mrs. Walter Scott, Mrs. Luther Sin-
Hj clair and Mrs. T. H. Atkins. Receiv-
H ing the guests at the door were four
W small girls Margaret Leatherwood,
HH1 Margaret Skelton, Lorna Wade and
i Elizabeth Jennings.
A LARGE tea was given Monday
afternoon by Mrs. C. M. Bene-
H diet and Mrs. George F. Felt at the
i Benedict home on First avenue in
HL honor of Miss Marion Whitney, a June
B. bride. Those who assisted in receiv-
W ing were Mrs. Walter Ellerbeck and
i Miss Ada Ellerbeck. Presiding at the
M tea table were Mrs. Walter Felt, Mrs.
H, Russell P. Hartle, Mrs. H. B. Whit
ney and Mrs. Walter T. Pyper. As
sisting in serving wore Miss Vivian
Ellerbeck, Miss Gay Groesbeck, Miss
Dorothy Wells and Miss Katherino
Spencer. Two hundred guests called
between tho hours of 3 and G o'clock.
MR. and Mrs. L. M. Meyer and Dr.
md Mrs. T. A. Flood and Dr. Ed
ward Ward entertained at a dancing
party at tho Recreation 'Center Tues
day night in compliment to Mrs. J. C.
Snow of Portland and Mrs. C. R. Grim
mett of Oakland, Cal. Tho rooms were
decorated in trailing vines and June
Mrs. 'Fred Bramley entertained at a
dancing party at her home, 9G1 West
Second South street, in honor of Dick
Bramley, recently returned from
France, where ho had been for three
years with the Canadian forces.
Mrs. W. H. Clark entertained at her
homo Tuesday afternoon at a rose tea
in honor of her granddaughters,
Aileen Clark and Margaret Clark,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Keith
Clark, who will leave soon with their
parents for Silver City, Nev., to make
Mrs. Frank Corless entertained the
Wednesday Social club Wednesday at
her home on Seventh East street.
Luncheon was followed by music and
a kensington. Pink roses in a tall
basket tied with pink mallne, formed
the centerpiece for the table. The
place cards were hand painted in
roses. A pink and white idea was
carried out in fie menu. Covers were
laid for the cUb members and two
extra guests, Mrs. James Frank and
Mrs. J. V. Buckle.
Miss Elsa Bamberger had a few
guests Wednesday for luncheon in
compliment to Miss Fannie Fox of
Hartford, Conn., who is visiting her
sister, Mrs. George Auerbach, at the
Mrs. George E. Hempel and Mrs. K.
K. Christensen entertained at the
Hempel home, on East Ninth South
street, Tuesday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Thomas B. Steele, who is leav
ing for Price to make her home. The
guests numbered twenty and included
members of the American Fork club.
Several parties were entertaine'd at
luncheon Wednesday at the Country
club. Mrs. Seth W. Morrison enter-
tained twenty guests in honor of Mrs.
Irene Dickson Schulder, who is leav
ing for California to make her home.
R. H. Channing, accompanied by
Miss Mary and Miss Joan Channing,
have arrived in Salt Lake for a few
VAMPIRE WANTS A JOB.
Recently the L. P. Ross Shoe
company inserted an advertisement
in a Rochester paper for vampers and
close-ups. Among the answers re
ceived was one from a young lady
who signed herself Miss Mabelle
Jones and gave her address as Gen
eral Delivery, Rochester. The letter
said in part:
Gentlemen: I have seen your ad.
for vammpires and close-ups and I
would like the job. I have been
studying to vamp for several years
and have been practicing eye work r
for a long while. My gentlemen friends
tell mo that I have the other movie
vamps backed off the map. I have
made a particular study of Theda
Bara. I have a good form, swell
brown eyes, and a fine complexion.
"If you would like, I will call and
show you what I can do. I have i
been looking for a vampire job, but
nover saw no ads in the papers be
fore. Yours, J
, "Mabelle Jones."
"P. S. Do you furnish clothes for f?
your vampires? I have just come to
Rochester and so haven't got many
clothes." Rochester Herald.
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i Ask your grocer for MAID I
1 O'CLOVER Butter. It's tasty 1
rich in food value, and its pur- I
ity is doubly insured through 1
1 perfect pasteurization. 1
FRESH EVERY DAY. 1
Mutual Creamery Co. I
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DAILY AIRPLANE FLIGHTS
I BPHflB Over Salt Lake City and
I 1 iSW Curtiss Airplanes Now in Regular Passenger 1
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: I Lieut. George Beck, late of the U. S. Aviation Corps, chief pilot. HHHSflHHM
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