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28 The Sait ijbjs tmbtoos; stotpat Momsm IVIajch 13 1904.
I As the Lenten season advances, half
of it Is now gone, the festivities crow
fewer and fewer In short a decided
calm has settled upon society. Aside
from the dancing parties of Friday
evening given by the cadets of tho high
school and the fourth-year normals of
the University there was not a single
big event last week. Members of tho
gay set seem to be enjoying the rest, es
pecially as It gives ample opportunity
to plan for the events of the oarly
spring, which Is sure to be a gay sea-
son. The theaters will naturally be the
I chief attraction during the coming
i week and many box parties havo been
I formed to see the gifted actresses,
Blanche Walsh, Mrs. Fisko and Mary
Manncring. Aside from dinner parties
which will precede the box parties at
' the theaters, little or nothing has been
' planned for tho week.
To "Wed in. Zion.
Miss Lucllc Jennings will return In a
' few days from San Francisco where she
I has been spending several months with
her aunt, Mrs. Crlsmon. While hero
Miss Jennings will bo the guest of her
grandmother, Mrs. Prlscllla Jennings,
and her marriage to Lee Dlnwoodey
will take place In this city some tlmo
late In AprlL
'Original Dinner Party.
A number of unique and original
Ideas were introduced at the beautiful
dinner on Tuesday evening when Mr.
and Mrs. W. Montague Ferry entcr-
talncd for Mr. and Mrs. Benner X.
Smith. Twelve guests were seated at
an oval table, a feature of which was
an oblong mound of lilies of the valley
i; and smllax cleverly concealing a muslc-
box, from which sweet strains went
i forth at Intervals during the dinner,
t Crystal candlesticks stood on either
A side of the centerpleco and held white
candles without shades. Small dolls
dressed as brides were the favors found
at the plates of tho gentlemen, while
each lady received a tiny traveling
case. In addition to the guests of honor
there were present Gov. and Mrs. Wells,
Mr. and Mrs. 33. O. Howard, Mrs. J. R.
i Walker, Mrs. Belvln, F. C. Schramm
and John S. Crltchlow.
I Informal Musical o.
One of tho thoroughly delightful
events of the week was the muslcale of
Friday -afternoon, when Mrs. William
A. Wetzell entertained for her guest,
Miss Ruby McCord of Chicago. Red
and white carnations and quantities of
greens were U3od In tho decorations of
the rooms, while the St. Patrick day
color was carried out qntlrely in the
punch and refreshments. Tho musical
programme was an especially delight
ful one, and was more than enjoyed by
the forty musicians present. Miss Aga
tha Berkhoel sang "Ich Grolle Nlcht,"
"Tod und das Madchen" and "Abstlna
tion"; Mr. Welhe and Mr. Shepard gavo
Grelg's "Sonata" In A minor, three
movements; Miss 'Olive Gray played
"Love's Dream" (Liszt) and the "Cradle
Song" (Borldl), and Mr. Ncttleton gave
two violin solos. "The Song of the
Nightingale" and tho "Serenade," by
Gounod. Mrs. Wetzell was assisted in
serving refreshments by Mrs. W. L
Loomls, Mlsa Turner and Miss Collier.
B " Silver Wedding.
H, , Monday last was the twenty-fifth an-
i nlvcrsary of the marriage of Col. and
Mrs. E. A- Wall, and tho event was
most pleasantly celebrated in the even-
B Jng. Quantities of pink and white car-
nations, with smllax, plumosa - and
palms were used in the beautiful deco
rations. Wedding bells, hearts and
other appropriate designs were seen In
the score and tally cards and In the re
freshments. About fifty gusts enjoyed
the altogether pleasant evening. Col.
and Mrs. Wall being nsalsted by Mrs.
Henry Newell, Mrs. S. H. PInkcrton,
Mrs. Charles Crane and Miss Louise
Altogether charming in Its appolnt
mcnts was the luncheon, followed by a
Bt card party, given by Mrs. W. G. Lamb
1 on Wednesday afternoon. Four small
tables, each with a centerpleco of car-
Bl nations, with clusters of violets for fa-
vors forming a circle within the plates,
accommodated the guests at luncheon.
The clusters of violets were attached to
beautiful hand-painted piece cards.
Golden daffodils were placed about tho
Bfl rooms, making them look very sprlng-
like. After luncheon sixty-three was
played, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Flagg
capturing the prizes. The guests of the
afternoon were Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes,
Mrs. Perry S, Heath, Mrs. Sara E.
B Bransford, Mrs. Woodward, Mrs.
Thompson, Mrs. Tarbet, Mrs. Keogb,
Mrs. W. Montague Ferry, Mrs. Flugg.
Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Frank
A Delightful Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Kerr enter
fl talned at dinner on Friday evening,
their guests being members of the par
ty who recently made a trip to Mexico,
including Mr. and Mrs. William Igle
t heart, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Young, Mr
and Mrs. Clifford Pcarsall. White and
pale green were the colors carried out
in the table decorations, and the place
cards bore water color Bkotchcs of the
points of Interest visited by the party
In Mexico, the work of tho clever
Cadet Ball at Armory.
The cadets of the west side high
school wore hosts at an altogether suc
cessful and enjoyable dancing party at
the armory on Friday evening. Several
hundred guests were present and tho
young people enjoyed the evening to the
utmost The hall was artistically deco
rated with the national colors and tho
school colors, while a number of cozy
corners of Oriental stuffs wore arranged
about tho hall. The chaporons of the
evening were Mrs. William A. Nelden,
Mrs. Frank B. Stephens, Mrs. John J.
Judson. Mrs. M. A. Peters and Mrs. W.
Daffodils and springerla were used In
the very pretty decorations at tho infor
mal luncheon on Thursday at which
Mrs. David E. Hemphill was hostess.
Covers were laid for twelve, and the
place cards, which were done In water
colors, were Inscribed with quotations
from the hoste&s' favorite poets.
The homo of Mrs. n. G. McMillan
was the scene of a very pleasant Lenten
tea on Tuesday afternoon given under
the auspices of the ladles of the First
Presbyterian church. An enjoyable In
formal muni col programme was a fea
ture of tlie afternoon. Assisting tho
hostess Were Mm ThomaB Weir, Mrs.
Evans, Mrs, Stewart, Mrs. Sowles, Mrs.
Hal Brown. Mrs. Terrell, Miss Leta
McMillan, Miss Mildred McMillan.
To Marry in June.
All who have had the pleasure of
meeting MIbs Ruby McCord of Chicago
during her stay in the city as the guest
of Mrs. William A. Wetzell will be in
terested in knowing of her engagement
to William Arthur Thatcher, a prom
inent mining expert of tho East. The
wedding will take placo In June at the
homo of the bride's parents In Chicago.
TJ. of TJ. Dance,
On Friday evening tho normal class
of '01, University of Utah, gave a very
pleasant dancing party at Chrlstensen's,
enjoyed by more than 200 young people
Palms wore arranged about the large
hall and In front of tho musicians'
stand, but no other attempt at decora
tion was made. Mrs. Emma J. McVIck
er, Mrs. W. W. Rlter, Mrs. George M.
Marshall, Mrs. William M. Stewart,
Mrs. J. S. Ferguspn and Mrs. Joseph T.
Kingsbury were the chaperons.
Mr. and Mrs. Price Entertain.
Covers were laid for thirty-five at the
banquet given on Wednesday evening
by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Price in honor
of the teacherB and officers of tho First
Methodist Sunday-school. The guests
were seated at ono long table, an ob
long mound of violets forming the cen
terpiece. Toasts Were responded to by
Mrs. Banker, Mrs. Bowdle, Miss Bea
trice Davis and Rev. Mr. Young, Mr.
Price being tho toastmaster.
Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes will be at home
to her friends next Friday afternoon
from 3 to 6 o'clock.
Mrs. J. B. Cosgrlff has returned from
the Pacific coast and will resumo her
Mondays at homo tomorrow afteroon.
Sarasato Club Dance,
Another was added to the list of en
joyable dances by the Sarsate club,
given at Unity hall on Thursday even
ing. Among the young people who en
Joyed the dance were Misses Edith
Crane, Laura Schoppe. Edith Kings
bury, Chetsey Wells, Bess Hall, Edith
Lowthcr, Georgia Savage, Nan Chapin,
Geneve Felt, Nclllo Nicholson, Chrlfcs
man, Ellerbeck, Thomas, Nolan, New
comb, Erlckson, Mrs. Gordon, and
Messrs. Elliott Kimball, Joe Sheets,
Roscoe Breedcn, Lelnnd Swaner, Harry
Paul, Gates Paddock, Charles Chrlss
man, Joseph F. Grant, Sidney Reeves,
R. G. L Chamberlln, Fred Bull, William
McSpadden, Robert N. Young, Robert
Wilson, Walter Conrad, George Walker,
Wayne Hemphill, Frank Dole, Dr. Gor
don, Dr. Glesey.
Miss Ethel Brown was very pleasant
ly surprised on Monday evening, the
event being In honor of her birthday.
Games and dancing were enjoyed until
a late hour, when refreshments were
served.- -The Invited guests were the
Misses Nellie Goss, Beatrice Anderson,
Carrie and Dean Workman, Ida Aldous,
Ella and Josephine Brown, Mrs. "Vern
Samples, and Messrs. Will Alsworth.
Harlow Grow. Alfred Allen. Earnest
Brazier, Ad McDonald, Joe Hunt, Joe
and Bert Klngdon. Esper Sorenson.
The marriage of Miss Rhoda L. Laird
and Frank S. Naylor took place last
Wednesday evening at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Laird. About sixty guests were present.
Following the ceremony an elaborate
banquet wassorved. Mr. and Mrs,
JN'aylor will receive their friends at
their new home on Wilson avenue after
Married in Seatle.
Many Salt Lakers will be Interested to
hear of the recent marriage of Mrs. E.
Hartman, now residing In Seattle, to
Capt C. F. Griffith, a well-known min
ing man of Alaska, who has large inter
ets on tho Yukon and In tho Tanana dis
trict. Miss Robinson Surprised.
A pleasant surprise party was given
In honor of Miss May Robinson, Thurs
day evening. Games and muBlc wcro
the features of the evening, after which
refreshments were served. Those pees-
ent were the Misses Emma Johnson,
Nellie Flanders, Jano Kllpatrlck, Ello
Kelley, Ethel Mitchell: the Messrs. Ar
thur Koontz, Nephl Squires. Millard
May, Reuben Franklin, Bert Knowldcn.
Will KnowldeS, Marvin Strong, Jean
Mrs. T. G. Webber gave a tea on
Tuesday last In honor of the seventy
eighth birthday of-her mother, Mrs. C.
F. Richards, Covers were laid for
Mr. and Mr9. Charles A. Walker en
tertained very Informally at dinner last
Mrs. P. S. Keogh gavo the second In
a series of Informal Lenten parties on
Thursday afternoon at her home. About
twenty guests were present,
M193 Mary Sharp gavo a box party at
tho Salt Lake Theater Thursday even
ing. Her guests were Mrs. Sharp, Mr.
and Mrs. James E. Jennings, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Jennings.
Mrs. Warren C. Boguo entertained a
few friends at an Informal whist party
last Tuesday afternoon.
A few friends enjoyed a Bohemian
supper at the home of Mrs. Lulu S.
Mayne Tuesday overling.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McConaughy en
tertained at dinner on Wednesday even
ing, at which covers were laid for
twelve. Red and green were the colors
carried out In the decorations, the can
dles and shades being In red.
Members of the Third Street Car club
met with Mrs. W. J. Lynoh Wednesday
afternoon. After enjoying a delicious
luncheon, euchre was played, Mrs. II.
C. Edwards, and Mrs. Clarence Warnock
winning the prizes.
Members of the McKean Woman's Re
lief corps gave a pleasant informal re
coptlon In their new hall Wednesday af
ternoon. Some fifty guests were pres
ent. Mrs, Fannie Brown, Mrs. Bar
tholomew, Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Boyce,
Mrs. Brown and Mrs. H. Daly were the
hostesses of the afternoon.
Miss EfTio Riddle was hostess at a
very pleasant Informal card party Tues
day evening at The Halls.
The I. S. C. H. club met with the
Misses Jessie and Louise Holt Monday
ovenlng and were very pleasantly enter
tained in an Informal way.
Miss Tess Hampton was hosters at an
informal evening party on Wednesday,
at which Alexander Herbert of New
York City, Mr. Shipley of Omaha and
Mr. Joanway of Denver were guests of
Mrs. E. V. McCuno was hostess at a
delightfully Informal dinner on Wednes
day evening In honor of her father, Mr.
Groesbeck, who but recently returned
from an extended stay In South Ameri
ca, A pleasant Informal dinner party of
the week was that given by Mrs. E. D.
Miller on Wednesday evening, at which
covers were laid) for eight.
The Misses Piper entertained' the
members of their sewing club at their
home on Friday afternoon.
An informal afternoon of the week,
which was very much enjoyed by a doz
en guests was the Kensington given by
Mrs. J. S. Sears. The decorations of
tho rooms were In violets, the place
carda also being decorated with the
Mr. and Mrs. Le Rol C. Snow enter
tained informally at dinner Friday
evoning, covers being laid for ten.
Rehearsals are In progress for two
French plays. "La Lettre Chargee" and
"La Poudre Aux Yeux." to be presented
by members of tho French classes' of the
West Side high school on the evening of
March 25th at Unity hall. The enter
tainment Is to be given for the benefit of
the high school gymnasium and that it
will be a success Is assured.
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Ewlng entertain' in
formally at dinner this evening at the
Tomorrow evening tho battery boys
give a dance at the Armory.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones entertain
at dinner next Thursday evening.
Members of the P. E. O. society give a
St. Patrick's day party next Friday
evening at tho home of the Misses Pal
mer, 603 Second street
Mr. and Mrs. M, J. Daugherty left on
Monday last for their home in Portland,
after a few days' visit with Salt Lake
Miss Buford left last Tuesday for her
home In Tennessee. She has been tho
guest of Mrs. S. H. Babcock for the past
David Kennedy of Kingston, N. Y.,
who was one of the out-of-town guests
at the Mclntyre-Dern wedding, has re
turned to his home.
Miss Edna McGulgan of Montreal left
yesterday for her home after a most de
lightful visit as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Porter.
Mrs. S. R- Pointer, who has been the
guests of her daughter, Mrs. Clinton B.
Leigh, for a year past, left during the
week for her Kentucky home.
Mr. and Mrs. James X. Ferguson are
home from an extended visit with East
ern relatives and friends.
Mlsa Allecn Maclean Is now .enjoying
a tour along tho coast of Florida. She
will arrive in Srjt. Lake the first week
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller will return
from tho East about March 2Cth.
Miss Rose Howard of Boston will visit
in Salt Lake next week on her way
home from the coaet and will be tho
guest of her brother, A. M. Howard' of
the Rio Grande Western.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sawyer were re
ceiving tho congratulations of their
friends List week over the advent of a
little con in their family.
Mlsa Jasmlno Young Is home from a
very pleasant visit with Miss Ruth
Klrkpatrlck in San Francisco.
Mrs. S. V. Shelp is homo from a very
delightful Eastern trip extending over
Mr. and Mrs. Jamc3 F. Dunn are en
joying a visit of several weeks in Hot
Mlsa Lillian Burnham of Wood's Cross
was a guest of Miss Jessie Martin of
this city last week.
Dr. W. A. Wright of Pocatello was a
Salt Lake visitor during the week on his
nay to New York City.
The many friends of Mrs. William H.
King will be glad to learn that she has
so far recovered from her serious Ill
ness as to be able to be moved from
the hospital to her home.
During his stay In tills city. Prof.
Clark of the University of Chicago will
be entertained at the home of his broth
er, Joseph M. Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Odell nre en
Joying a visit In the Pacific Northwest
Later they will go to California, spend
ing some time In the southern part of
Friends of D. C. Adams, who Is re
journing at Paso Robles, will be glad to
learn that his health is Improving.
William H. Cunningham has returned
from a visit in Chicago.
A little daughter arrived during the
week to gladden the hearts of Mr. and
Mrs. Melvln Sowles.
Mr. and) Mrs. J. E. Oglesby have gone
to Chicago for a few weelcs.
Moj. George F, Downey of Denver was
a Salt Lake visitor during the past
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Corgrlff have re
turned from a two months' visit on the
Miss Thompklns Is expected the latter
part of next week from California,
where she has been spending tho winter.
Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Bower will return
from their wedding trip today.
F. L. Oswald left Saturday morning
for a visit of several weeks n Idaho.
Fred Wcy has gono to Denver, where
he will spend the next ten days.
A. E. Kimball left during the week for
California, where ho will visit for a
rime before going to El Paso. Tex., to
make his home. Mrs. Kimball will join
Louis Colin and daughter, Miss Edna,
returned yesterday from a two months
visit In tho East.
E. V. Church of Chicago spent a few
days In Salt Lake last week, a. guest at
the Knutsford hotel.
Mrs. E. A. Wedgwood Is in Provo,
where she will be the guest of. Mrs. Sam
Schwab for about two weeka
Mrs. C. W, HIgglns left during the
week for California to visit her daugh
ter, Mrs. Wilson.
Mrs. Elisabeth Genter leaves shortly
for Bingham, where she will be the
guest of Mrs. W. H. Dunn.
Alan Wakellng Is home from South
Carolina, where he has been visiting for
several months, and Is stopping at the
Fifth East hotel.
Mrs. E. M. Allison has been enjoying
a brief visit with Ogden friends.
Mrs. C. E. Tolhurst and little daugh
ter have gone to California, where they
will visit relatives for several weeks.
Clarence Gaines Is spending a few
days In Butte.
Mrs, C. A. Stain has returned from a
pleasant visit with Bingham friends,
The many Salt Lake friends of Harry
Fulton will be glad to learn that he is
convalescent after a severe Illness". Mr.
Fulton will return to Salt Lake In May
to spend the summer vacation with his
parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. S. Keogh.
Joseph E. Gallgher Is home from a
brief trip to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davles left
Wednesday for Park City, having spent
a few days with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Byron Groo.
Charles Davy of London, England,
who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. T.
C. Griffin, left during the week for Chi
cago. Hugh Satterlee has gone to Boston, to
be away about three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs, Frederick Pleper and
daughter left Wednesday for California,
where they will reside In future.
Mrs. A. F. Philips has returned from
South Dakota, and- will be the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, for
several weeks before Joining Mr. Philips
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Joseph are home
from a three months' visit In Indiana,
Ohio, New York and Massachusetts.
Mrs. Will Knears has returned to her
home In Ogden after a brief visit with
her mother, Madam Swenson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dooly are homo
from an extended visit in Old Mexico.
Robert Elliott has returned from Bing
ham, where ho has been staying for the
past few montha.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Groves and family
left during the week for New York and
will sail on Wednesday for England,
their future home.
Special to The Tribune
SPRING VI LLE. March 12. Rev. C. W.
Nichols, the Baptist minister of this city,
conducted services at Eureka Sunday.
Mrs. S. P. Pcery of Ogdon was a guest
of Miss Gcrtrudo Harrison this week.
Miss Lora Hall, the popular clerk a
Packard Bros.' store, bid adieu to her
manv friends here this week and left for
her home at Cambridge, Ida.
The L. D. S. church gave a farewell din
ner in the church Wednesday, torbnl ndleu
to the old church, propamtory to its be-
lng torn down to moko room for th'o erec
tion of a now modern church building.
T. It. Kolly was in Salt Lako Thursday
Frank Burt, ono of Sprlngvlllo's railroad
contractors, camo homo from California
Sunday for a fow days' visit with hio
Mr. and Mra. D. R. McCnrry, who havo
beon residing here for tho past fow
monthB, whllo Mr. McCarry plied his pro
fession ns electrician, returned to Salt
Lako this week.
Mlsa Ellen Thomas has gono to Salt
Lako City to study vocal culturo under
Mrs. E. M. Allison. Jr., of Salt Lako, is
an Ogden visitor this week,
Many pcoplo aro looking forward to tho
ball that will bo given tho first week in
April under tho auspices of tho high Bchool
alumni. Tho members of the association
aro delightful cntortalners, and tho event
promises to bo ono of tho most cnjoyablo
of tho season.
A number of Ogden ladles departed Sun
day for California, whoro thoy will so
journ, for olx weeks. Thoy woro Mrs.
George AngUl, Mrs. Ren Ford, Mrs. Frod
Roho and Miss Mao Browcr.
Mr. and Sirs. J. G. Palno left Monday
for tho coast to bo gone about two montho.
They go dlroct from hero to Los Angeles,
whoro they will visit Mr. Palne's alstor,
and later thoy will visit Santa Monica,
Long Beach and all tho points of Interest
along tho coast, returning homo by way
of Seattle and Portlnnd.
Tho Ladles' Relief society of tho First
ward gavo a dancing party at tho amusc
aient hall Monday ovenlng. A largo crowd
wao In attondanco and tho dance was
turned Into a leap-year party. A number
of old-t!mo dances wero put on and a
general good tlmo was had by all.
Tho Ladles' auxiliary to the B. of R. T.
gavo a card party and social Thursday
evening at K. of P. hall. Prizes wcro
awarded to tho winners at cards and do
llcloua refreshments were served. Tho
ordor will glvo another equally as delight
ful affair in tho near future.
Mrs. William Van Allen cntortalnod a
few of her friends at luncheon at tho Vir
ginia Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. A. Bruce of Evanston, Wyo., is
visiting in Ogden for a fow day3.
Mrs. A E, Lansing returned from Car
lln, Nov., whoro she has been tho guest of
Mrs. Ed. Luty, formerly of Ogden.
Tho Women's Missionary society of tho
Presbyterian church met Friday afternoon
with Mrs. I. N. Lannlng at her homo on
Twenty-fifth and Jefferson.
Tho Woodmen of tho World gavo tho
last of a series of dances Wednesday
ovenlng at Dlgnan's danolng acadomy.
anJ it was in every respect as successful
as tho provlous ones. Tho committees
having tho affair In chargo carried out tho
arrangements In a very creditable man
ner. Refreshments wero sorved during
tho evening and a general good tlmo was
had by all.
Miss Julia Clarissa Allen and Earnest
E. Stone woro tho principals In a vory
pretty wedding which took placo at high
noon at tho homo of the bride's parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Jamc3 X. Allen, on Twonty
thlrd street, Wednesday. Tho ceremony
was performed by Bishop James Wother
spoon In tho presence of only tho relatives
and Intimate friends of tho contracting
parties, but later on a reception was held,
at which about 200 guests gathered to ex
tend congratulations to tho young couple.
Many beautiful presents, tokens of tho
high esteem In which they uro held by
their friends, wero received by tho young
couple. Miss Irono Strong acted as brides
maid and Charles H. Grccnwell, Jr., was
Mr. and Mrs. Stono left Wednesday
ovenlng for the coast. They will visit
Donver. Kansas City, St. Louis and other
Eastern polntB and will return to Ogden
In about two months and mako their homo
Tuesday, March Sth, was Aglala's musi
cal day, and the club was hospitably en
tertained by Mrs. H. H. Smith Thoso
who wore fortunately In attendanco en
joyed a rare treat of music. The guests
wero Mrs. Shansenbach. Mrs. Rarlg, Mrs.
Zlnn, Miss Squlro, Miss Wobstor, Mlsa
Krausso and Miss DoLong. Tho session
opened with a violin solo, charmingly ren
dered by MJss Webstor, with piano accom
paniment by Miss Squlro. Then followed
a piano solo by Miss Squlro. also a piano
solo by Mrs. Zlnn; song by Miss Wohrcnd,
piano accompaniment by Mrs. Zlnn; song
by Mrs. Hosa, and a piano solo by Mrs.
Rushmcr. All tho numbers wcro splendid
ly rendered and enthusiastically received.
Mrs. Corey read an interesting reciprocity
paper written by Mrs. Putnam, entitled,
"Mendelssohn, the Sweot Song Writer."
Mrs. Ress and Mrs. Rushmer rendered a
lovo song with musical contest, which af
forded much amusement Mrs. Hurst won
tho prize. During tho social hour tho
hostess, assisted by Mlsa Krausro and
Miss DcLong, served delicious refresh
ments, after which tho club adjourned to
meet March 22nd with Mr3. J. T. Hurst
No. 2533 Adams avenue.
Special to The Tribune
MT. PLEASANT, Utah. March .12. Mr.
J. IL Proctor was In Salt Lako City and
Murray on business tho foro part of tho
Mrs. Josephine Wataon spent Sunday
with friends in Falrview,
a a a
Mrs. Kato Frisbcy returned to Salt Lako
City this week after an extended visit
with her parents here.
Poter Larson went to Eureka Monday.
Mrs. R. Rasmussen spent part of tho
week with relatives In Ephralm.
a a a
Mrs. C. B. Wilcox has gono to Scoflold
to visit her daughter. Mrs. Noll Madsen.
John Gardner camo home Saturday af
ter a six months' stay In California.
a a a
Adolph Merz was in Mantl Tuesday.
a a a
Bert and Byron Wheelock and families
are over from Mammoth visiting relatives.
a a a
W. H. L. Dotson returned this week
from a visit In Salt Lako City.
a a a
John Munson went to Prlco Tuesday.
Frank McGann Is In Sfcvlcr county this
week on business.
a a a
J. II. Soely la In Castlo Valley potting
a car of sheep roady for shipment to El
a a a
Ras Freston Is over from Mammoth on
a visit .
a a a
Joe Mntson went to Salt Lako City
a a a
Ernost Winkler, who came homo to at
tend his father's funeral, returned to
a a a
C- C. Syndorgaard went to Scoflcld
a a a -
Miss Mabel Johnson entertained tho B.
R. G.'s Wodnoeday evening. A nlco
lunch waa servod during tho evening.
a a a
A. C. Thompson is in Salt Lako City on
buslnoas this wook.
Mra. E. ICofford of Provo haa been vis
iting relatives hero this wook.
a a a
Mayor Beaumann has boon confined to
hla room this weok by sickness.
Mrs. W. D. Candlnnd entortolncd. tho
Twontloth Century club Thursday at their
Frank Madson camo homo Thursday
from tho west desort
a a a
W. C. CI03 started Friday for El Paso,
Tex., with a oar of Mr. Seoly'a sheep.
F armors aro vory busy putting In their
Sovoral cars of. whoat and hay havo
boon shipped from hero this week.
a a a
Miss Rhoda Nell3on la visiting in Monti.
a a a
J. Bourgard camo In from Salt- Lako
Friday to visit his daughtor, Mrs. C. N.
Judge JohnGon of Spring City waa in
town thin wcclc
a a a
Thomns Mooro of Fairvlow left this
week for Idaho.
W. J. Tldwoll returned to Castlo Valley
Friday aftor sovoral wooko' visit hero.
Mrs. M, Noland entertained a fow
frlcnd3 at dinner Thursday.
a a a
Potor Johansen of Castlo Dalo is here
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. Totcr Larson entertained
frlonds at a dinner party Thursday in
honor of tholr wedding anniversary.
a a a
Gcorgo Brough of Spring City has gono
to Bear river.
a a a
O. IL Halverson of Gunnison stopped
horc. on his way to Salt Lako, tills week,
to visit rolatlvcs.
a a a
John Fowls has gono to Scoflcld to re
side. a a a
C. F. Kol3trom left this week for Rcx
a a a
Tho Indian war veterans held a reunion
In Moroni Thursday.
a a a
W. D. Candland is in Salt Lako City on
Special to Tho Tribune
EPIIRAIM. March 12. Mr. and Mrs.
James Armstrong entertained charmingly
at a well-arranged card luncheon given at
their homo Thursday evening. Covora
woro laid for thirty. Following tho lunch
eon progressive hlgh-flvo was played, Mr.
and Mrs. C J. Fisher winning prizes.
Among thoso present wero Mr. and Mrs.
John Dorlus. Mr. and Mra. Fred Jorgon
scn, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fisher, Mr. and
Sirs. James Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Androw
Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. C. A Larson.
Mr. and Mrs. Niels Thompson. Mr. and
Mrs, Andrew Bcrgo, Mr. and Mrs. John
Armstrong, Misses Rachel Chrlstonson,
Marie Anderson, Hazel Dorius.
a a a
Nels Chrlstianson, a prominent mer
chant of Mayfleld, was a business visitor
in tho city Thursday.
SLito Superintendent of Schools A. C.
Nelson was tho guest of Fred Chrlsten
sen's family Sunday.
J. A. Andorson, Jr., left Friday for Fort
Collins, Colo., on business.
a a a
Attorney Melroao Splcer of Mantl was a
business visitor In the city tho first of
a a a
Miss Anna Frost was pleasantly sur
prised Thursday ovenlng by tho members
of tho dressmaking class of which eho Is
instructor. A delicious lunchoon was
Borved during tho ovoning, after which an
impromptu program mo of songs and reci
tations was rendered by tho guests. About
twenty persons wero present
a a a
Mrs. Charlotte Dorlus of Salt Lako, who
has beon visiting relatives and friends In
this city during tho past ton days, re
turned to her home Friday.
a a a
Editor Nelson of tho Mantl Messcngor
was a business visitor in tho city tho
first of tho weok.
Tho Snow acadomy has Issued Invita
tions for a grand ball to bo given at tho
opora-houso Friday evening.
a a a
Hcbcr NIelson of tho McMillan School
Supply house of Salt Lako returned homo
a a a
William Osborno of Spring City returned
homo Saturday from Colorado, where ho
has beon laboring as a missionary for two .
years in bohalf af tho Mormon church.
a a a
Thomas Peterson was a Nephl visitor
tho first of tho week.
a a a
Miss 01 ga Johnson Is homo from Salt
a a a
Androw N. Hanson was a Gunnison
business visitor Saturday.
a a a
L. P. Nelson and A. D. Brown of Mt
Pleasant visited frlonds In tho city this
a a .
Rev. E. E. Mork left Monday for Salt
Lake, wncro ho will visit friends for a
fow days. Before returning homo Mr.
Mork will visit Chicago and othor largo
Eastorn cities. Ho will bo gono for sis
a a a
Mrs. Honry Grcon In visiting relatives in
a a a
Prof. N. E. Noyes and Miss Carrlo Lar
sen attended the mcotlng of the Sunday
School Union board at Mantl Saturday.
Mr. and Mr3. Jumes L. Bralthwalto en
tertained at dinner Sunday ovoning In
honor of J. Louis WJUardsen. Tho guests
wero Misses Alice Lund, Maud Jensen,
Alvrotta Ovlatt Ann Wlllardsen and Potrn
Anderson; Messrs. Andrew and Jamos
Wlllardsen and Eugcno Gray.
Edwin Winn and wife and Thorwald
Brlenholt woro guests of Charles Strong's
family of Nephl this week.
a a a
Misses Dorothy and Stena Sundrup of
Salt Lake aro visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chris. Sundrup.
Charlos Chrlstensen and wife of Price
wero guoots of Wlllard Pohrson's family
a a a
Mrs. J. A. Anderson, Jr.. and children
aro visiting relatives In Fort Collins, Colo.
C. J. Chrlstonson returned Sunday from
his trip to Sovler county.
a a a
Chris Larson and A. C. Laraen nre In
San Francisco on buince.
a a a
W. K. Rcld of Mantl was In tho city on
legal business Tuesday.
a a a
A, C. Bosen was a Salt Lako visitor
th first of the wock.
a a a
Ed. Sparks of Provo was an Ephralm
a a a
Dr. Baxter of Mantl visited frionda In
tho city this week.
a a a
C C. Jeneon and wife of Nephl were
guests of J. L. Petersen's family Thurs
day. a a -
L. P. Anderson and Miss Clara Brlen
holt have accepted positions with tho No
phi Dramatic company. They will appear
with the company this week in tho cast
In " 'Twlxt Lovo and Money. ( H
a a a -j H
Mlsa Allco Lund Is spending the. week I il
with relatives in Nephl.
John Peterson Is homo from a week's H
visit with relatives in Salt Lako. H
Special to Tho Tribune aBlfl
PARK CITY, March 12,-Frcd Pcroy of H
Salt Lako was tho reclplont of a very dc- IH
lightful surprise given by Cleo and Norrls VH
Oltsch at tholr homo Wednesday ovenlng1 KH
Tho event was planned In honor of Up IH
young gent's eleventh birthday. Games. jH
music and a tempting lunchoon wore fca- 1
turos of the evening's pleasure. To moot H
the guo3t of honor there Wcro lnvltod May H
Nlmrao, Ethel Hales. May Ilurloy, Emily H
Foster, Maud Yoke. Maud Gwllllams. H
Crescent Smith, Tess I a McLaughlin, Es- H
ther Webb, Frances Shields, Gcrtrudo Mc- H
Lnughlln, Iva Gitsch, Ruby MaBrldc, Mao Hl
Webb. Leo McPhoe, Loo Lonzl, Jack H
Townsend. Dwight Lenzl, Warrick Foster. jH
Frank Ilurlbut, Ncylos Martin, Dick H
Smith, Earl Ncllson and Leo Martin. HH
a a a jU
Tho Clrclo of Past Worthy Matrons met H
ct tho homo of Mrs. Charles Shields HH
Thursday afternoon. After disposing of B
the regular business, light refreshments H
woro served. Tho clrclo will meet with HHI
Miss Mlnnlo Kccl In four weeks. B
On Monday, March 7th, occurred tho rcg- "MyVM
ular mooting of tho Woman's Athenaeum
at tho home of Mrs. L. E. Hubbard. In
tho nbsenco of tho president, Mrs. M. F. IB
Allen, tho chair was filled by tho second B
vlco-prcsldent, Mrs. C. M. Wilson. Mrs. NH
Lynn Kimball as chairman of tho day an- H
nouncod tho following programme, which H
"was successfully carried out. Mrs. A. It Bi
Wcetcr gave as hor topic "Frederick tho IHBl
Great and Voltaire." Mrs. Emma KoUo's D
subject dwelt on "Napoleon Bonaporto in B
Germany." Current events was given by ' m
Mrs. W. L. Mlddour. Lesson review, roll- HB
call and tho singing of "America" clored B
tho programme. Tho club will moot with
Mrs. F. W. Sherman, March 21st f PVaVI
' A I flH
Miss Allco J. Fisher entertained a IbIBBVI
small company of friends most delight- VflVM
lully at her homo Friday evening at VH
hearts. Dainty refreshments woro served
by tho charming hostess. Tho guests of IBBHI
tho evening wero Miss Allco Ilorkln, Miss nVaVal
Loo 1 ah Schr&ck, Miss Margarot Brundagc, IHBH
Miss Mao Williams, Miss Clair o Stovcn-
son and Miss Lillian Funk. H
a a a h
Invitations havo been Issuod for a large 1
dancing party at Maple hall Friday oven- ' J
ing, March 25th, by tho following society J
people: Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Daly, Mr. and
Mrs. John Dlom, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goist. i
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Pike, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 tHj
M. Lockhart, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wootor. V
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wight and Dr. ana ) V
Mrs. C. M. Wilson.
a a a nBVBS
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McCarty nnd their IH
guest, Mrs. Frod Simons of Salt Lako, IH
wero given a Jolly surprlso Wednesday i H
evening by a small company of friends. IH
Hearts was played and a dainty luncheon
served. Tho guests who enjoyed tho litf PAVaVi
formal affair woro Mrs. F. Simons. Mtau
Nellie Goodrich, MIsb Julia Burlln. Miss H
Bardsley, Mr. and Sirs, A R. Wceter, J. H
A. Malla, Miss Eva Lambort, H. Culborl- VaWI
son and Fred Simons.
a a a
Mrs. J. Frankcl entertained a small BVMVfl
company of Elk ladles at her pleasant
homo Monday evoning. IbV'
a a a fej
Mr. and Mrs. A R. Wootor cntortalnod
Informally at dinner Sunday ovoning. HaVAVJ
Tholr guests wcro Mr. and Mrs. F. SI- VAVA1
mons, Mr. and Mrs. F. A McCarty, Miss" I flVAVJ
Eva Lambert and Mr. E. Shephord of WflVflB
Salt Lake. La tor a number of frlomls HBi
dropped In to spond tho ovoning. A flKi
' 1 fthflH
The Maccabees' smoker given vtvt-i Ma- aBBH
nonlc hall Saturday evoning proved a most AVAH
onjoyablo affair, and was attended by H
over ICO membors and guests. Speeches, VflYSS
music, toasts and a banquet, followed by VBBflE
an address by William Gray, Stato organ- BaVal
izor, of Salt Lako, wero features of tho ITBBfl
a a a jBl
Tho regular meeting of tho B. P. O. E. fBBIU
was hold on Monday ovoning, followed by
a social session at which Count Regglo ilBBBE
balvatoro.of Palermo, Italy, was guost of iflBBHi
honor. Speeches by the Count and mom- BBbS
bers combined with music and rotresh- iObbBB
monts mado tho evening a most enjoyable IBbI
a a H
Hubert Connolly. Mrs. J. Conlan, P. Tal- BBM
Ion. J. Lcahcy, William Rosovoar, D.
Galllvan. J. Murphy. Mrs. W. O'lvcerti.
Mrs Wright, Mrs. Addison, J. Carey. Mri. Bj
J. Murphy. Jamos Quick, Mrs. J. Tollon . HaW
1. Connors, William Donavan, M. J HBB
O'Brien. II. Conlon. Mrs. E. Connors, Mrs! B
I'. Johnson.. Mrs. George Smith, A. Kelly. BH
Mrs. Cavenaugh. II. Grossman, E. War- Bfll
burton and others went down on tho spo- BBbI
?!".!.. Tuesday to attend the funeral of ' Bfll
William Wilson. BH
a a a BSV
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heath and daueh- 1
tor Dorothy departed for California where HBI
thoy expect to remain for several weeks BBBl
Tho change Is made on account of the ill flflBl
hoa h ot Mr. Heath. The many friends bH
of this popular geutloman hopo for a flBfll
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davles, who havo
boon visiting In Zlon with Mr. and Mrs. BBM
Byron Grqo, returned homo Wednesday
Mrs. John Thomson and Miss Mlnnlo flBfll
Kcscel went to the city Friday to attend BflJI
the funeral of Mrs. Isaac Trcgea. which V3
occurred yesterday of tornoon. w,uca f fll
" ' flfll
Mrs John Cunningham camo out from flB
Salt Lako Wednesduy morning.
Miss Margarot Woods spent Tuesday at flS
Zlon visiting with her numerous acquoia-l BS
Uncos and friends. I BS
a a a flVJB
itS1.? Eva?Vaml George Wanning vU-. H
lted tho capital Tuesday on business. Bfi
a a flBV
G. W. Gulllvor. Jack Qulnn and Rob
?2i,verP1enBor3 to th0 raotropolia
a a a VJ
?LIa2'ne' A' Spooner. J. Norman flU
and A. Mosher went down to tho capital flB
Sunday ovoning. 1 " BH
a a a IflVfll
Mrs. Joseph Brand! wont down to tho
city Sunday, after a pleasant visit with flB
hor many Park frlonds. ' flflfl
a a a
Miss Myrtle Robinson visited with her
s stor Mrs. Parkor Dykes of Zlon. on IH
Tuesday. ' lB
Rev. Father T GaUlgan and sistor-in- HI
,a.v" rs- J.- J aUlsan. wont down to the flB
Slafis'on10 nUend Ule fUncraI
a a a B
Mrs. Matt Connelly was a Salt Lake flB
passenger Tuesday. Bfl
a a a IHBB
Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Hara woro Salt flH
nke visitor tho past week. IB
a a a f
.uA- R.' n0010!" waa a businosa visitor to flB
tho city Tuesday ovoning. Bfl
a a a IHflB
Ben Brewstor of tho Park Minor Jurirm flVfll
?WIJh. M. J. Daly, a P Gol Jt, E . F?
Boyle. D. Furgoson and J. Rhodln were flB
Salt Lake paasongera Tuesday. Bfl
a a a HHJ
F. R. Davis of Salt Lako spont soverol flfll
days In Park tho past week. BB
rL- B-,',fWi?ht "P!11 Sunday in Zlon with Bfll
Mra. Wlcht and bablos. B
a a a flH
Miss Rhoda Roberts, who has beon vis- flBj
8S5Slsa;r a; zturonh
M. Hennossy. p. Martin IL wiHiiri flflt
a a Bl
Mm!iTzicrnncllov,83 R?M WP
Andrew Hurley wont ownheSSP- 15