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? EPHRATM. Aug. 27. One of the pret
;. Host wedding receptions given during the
5, past slimmer In this section of tho coun
try was thnt Thursday night at tho
Iiomc of Mr. and Mrs. M. Hormanscn In
f. lionor of their daughter, Marie, and
Alma Lund. The marriage look-place at
i the home during the early part of the
evening In. tho presence of only a few
relatives and friends. Over 100 guests
were present to extend their congratula-
tlons 10 the popular young couple. Many
people from various parts of the county
were In nllcndunce. An elaborate wed
l ding dinner was served, and tho couple
; -were the recipients of mnny beautiful
presents. Mr. and Mrs. L.und will mako
i their home In this city.
One of the social events of the week
- -was a hlrthdny party at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs Martin Isaacson. Monday after
noon, in compliment to Miss Mae Buhler
of Hcher City. The afternoon was ploas
i nntly spent In social chat and an elab
orate luncheon was served. Tho guests
; tfwkWcro tho Misses Bcndctta Beal. Hose
! 'flionl and Ann Isaacson, and Mesdamos
aiartin Isaacson, David Beal, J. S. Beal,
JC. 15. Noyes, Anron Nlelson. Henry
Pehrson. Chris Folator, John- Beal and
the guest of lionor.
Miss Laura. Chrlslensen was the host
ess at a pleasant social at her homo
Monday afternoon. A dainty luncheon
was served and a pleasant afternoon was
spent In games, muBlc, etc. Those In at
tendance were Mrs. Lena Dorlus, Mrs.
W. J. Dunn, Mrs. Hnns Jensen, Mrs. An
drew Mortensen. Mrs. Harold Sorenscn.
Iatlss Sarah Peterson and Mrs. Lars Lar
Mrs. N. B. Noyes pleasantly enter
talned the Indies of the Kensington club
ftt hor beautiful home Monday afternoon,
and the event proved to bo one of tho
poclal evonts of the season. Sweet peas
were used In the decorations on tho din
ing tablo and sovcral beautiful bouquets
wore arranged In cosy effect about tho
parlor. The luncheon was served at
4.30 and tho remainder of tho afternoon
wis spent In needlework.
Mrs. 13phralm Hansen was tho hostess
at a charming social Tuesday aftornoon,
which was one of the prettiest evonts
given during the summer. Pink and
white sweet peas were used . In profusion
about the home, and a pretty bouquet
formed tho centerpiece on tho dining
table. The luncheon served was elab
orate and dainty. Miss Sophia Hansen
assisted at tho table, while Mrs. Hansen
served the punch. The event was given
In honor of Mrs. S. J. Johnson of Salt
jLakn City. Those In attendance were
Jlcsdanies S. J. Johnson, D. C. Jcnson of
Logan, M, F. Murray, Jennie Johnson,
Joslc Jorgcnscn, Frank Chrlstcnscn,
Caroline Peterson, Geneva Peterson,
IMatlle Larson, Anglo Frost, Clara Brim
hall, Martha Beal. Emma Olson. Joslo
Anderson. Sophia Hansen, Dora Carlston,
Lillle Wlllardson and tho hostess.
The Ladles' Literary club met at tho
liome of Mrs. Jennie Johnson "Wednes
day afternoon, and tho ladles report that
the mooting was one of tho best held
since the club's organization. Augusta
Chrlstcnscn delivered an Interesting lec
ture on the life of James Garfield. The
parliamentary drill was conducted by
Jennie Johnson, nnd a classic reading
was given by . Llllfe Sorenscn. Many
subjects of interest were discussed per
taining to the work for the coming win
ter. A dainty luncheon was served.
Those In attendance wero Augusta Chrls
tcnscn, Lillle Sorenscn, Martha Beal,
Laura Sorenscn. Stcna Hanson, Cora
Matlsen, Linda Rasmusscn. Lars J. Y.
Jcnson, Daginar Thorpe. Clam Anderson
nnd Mrs. D. C. Jcnson.
Special to Tho Tribune.
TOOELE, Aug. 27. MlB3 Martha
Shields returned to her homo In Tooele
on Friday, ttfter an extended visit to
Salt Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Gartslde of St. Loulo,
Mo., arrived Friday, for a week's visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Ormo.
Mr. and Sirs. Edw. W. Clark, Mr. Rnd
Mrs. Guy Piatt and Doctor and Mrs.
Zcno Logan of Ophlr comprised an auto
mobile party who -were visiting frlonds
in Tooelo the last of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Haywood, who
havo been stopping at the Hotol Tooele
for several weeks, have moved to their
homo on Fifth avenue nnd are at homo
to their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen and chil
dren left Tooele on Thursday for Salt
Lake, enrouto to Chicago. Mr. Hansen
has been employed In construction work
at the Tooelo smelter. Mrs. Hansen will
bo missed by a host of 'friends.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Hclncs Grldloy
of Ophlr, on August 25, a boy, at the Da
vis private hospital.
Born, August 23, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kirk, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hendry. Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Clnmo andMr. and Mrs. Owon
McGIU comprised a Jolly camping party
several days this week.
Mrs. Walter Heath and chlldron of
Salt Lako City are visiting Mrs. Peter
Shields of this place.
Doctor and Mrs. Stukey of .NephI wore
the guests at tho home of Mrs. Stukoy's
father. Mayor Henry Marshall, on Tues
day and Wednesday.
Georgo Hammond of this place was In
Dr. Goso of Eureka -was In Tooele on
Lewis T. Hays of this placo was in Sail
Lake, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Oscar Vogel of Tooelo was in Bingham
fho flrsl of the -week.
Miss Ella White returned to her home
In Tooele the lattor part of the week,
after a pleasant visit to Salt Lako City.
Mrs. Emily Dods and son, Julius, camo
out from Salt Lako City on Monday for
a week's visit to her son, Emlle Dods.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Remington
wero visitors In Tooele tho first of the
Mrs. John Cullcy and sister, Mrs. Jes
sup, left on Monday to visit their par
ents at Provo.
Arthur Ormo-lcft Friday for Idaho for
an extended visit to relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marshall went to
the city the first of tho week to visit
their daughter, Mrs. Armond Breaund.
One of the most successful social
events of the season was tho party given
at the home of Mrs. E. J, Atkin, com
plimentary to Miss Rebecca Atkin. who
will loavo Tooelp, Monday. August 29, for
Chicago, where she will labor in tho mis
sion Held for the L. D. S. church. Dur
ing the evening some beautiful vocal and
Instrumental numbers were given. Re
freshments were served.
A farewell benefit "will be given at tho
meeting house on Sunday evening In
lionor of the following missionaries:
Peter Clcgg, Jr., George Llndbcrg and
Miss Rebecca Atkin.
A benefit dnnco will be given at the
opera-house Friday evening for Miss Re
becca Atkin, who leaves soon for a mis
sion In the northern states.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOUNTIFUL, Aug. 27. Mrs. J. E.
Plepgrass han returned to Woodruff,
Rich county, after spending a few days
In town with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tho Misses Jennie and Mabel Lamb of
Salt Lako City were visitors at the homo
of Wllford Tuttlo this wcolc.
Mr. and Mrs. William Waddoups and
family of Joseph arc hero visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Waddoups.
John Henry Harrison and Miss Violet
Oliver, both of Bountiful, were married
Tho Bountiful choir gave a social in
tho Tabernnclo Thursday evening. Light
refreshments wero served.
Postmastor Israel Call. Mrs. C. Nolson
and daughter left for Idaho Saturday to
Miss Ida Knighton and Mrs. Ira J.
Stokes are in Holbrook, Ida., visiting Mrs.
Miss Lucllo Kershaw has roturncd to
Grantsvlllo after spending sovcral days
Mrs. Georgo Mabey of Bancroft, Ida., Is
spending a few days In Bountiful with
relatives and friends.
Miss Amv Brlggs Is visiting relatives
In Malad, Ida.
Miss Bertha Lcdlngham gave a lawn
party at her homo Thursday evening In
honor of her cousin, Miss Gladys Chrls
tcnscn of Logan. Lunch was served and
tho evening was enjoyed by all present.
Henry Smcdlcy and family are enjoying
a fishing excursion In Weber canyon.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Phlster of Salt
Lako wero hero Thursday visiting Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher havo re
turned from Gunnison after a brief visit.
James McCIoud has roturncd to Gar
field after Bpondlng a few days In Boun
tiful. Mrs. David Compton of Evanston nnd
daughter, Maud, aro here visiting Mrs.
Miss Iona Brobcrg has rcturnod to Salt
Lake after a short visit in Bountiful.
A. W. Sabine left for Council, Ida., to
day on business.
Miss Lylc Mitchell hns returned from
a pleasure trip to ICamas.
Mr. and Mrs.' Simon Frazlor of Park
City spent a few days In Bountiful last
week, having only recently moved from
Jorome, Ida., to Park City, whero Mr.
Frazlcr has accepted a position at tho
Daly-West mill as superintendent.
"King Jnrcd." the new play written by
Attornoy E. C. Robinson, Is being ro
hcarsed at the Bountiful opera houso and
will bo given a try-out hero before going
on tho road. Tho play Is founded on the
Book of Mormon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wllloy have re
turned from a plcasuro trip In an auto,
having visited several counties in tho
state, with Attorney and Mrs. John Pope
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Carr of Twin Falls.
Ida., wore In town Sunday as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Carr.
Henry Moss nnd Moroni Moss have re
turned from a trip to Chicago.
James Howard. Jr., nnd Ephralm Man
tle relumed Friday from Chicago.
William Lawson and William Mosa lert
for Wasatch Tuesday on a business trip.
Tribune Want Ada.
Bell Main 5200. Independent 360.
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LOGAN, Aug. 27. Mrs. Harold Peery
of Ogdcn, who has been visiting Mrs.
Horace Nebekor, was the guest of honor
Monday at a delightful bridge tea given
by Mrs. Nebekor. Tho rooms were ar
tlstJcally arranged with fall flowers, and
the guosts wore seated at three tables.
Miss Taylor of Provo was also a guest
Mrs. Clayton Tcotzel entertained at a
dinner party Tuesday, complimentary to
her. sister, who Is visiting in Logan. The
tablo was arranged with ,a low mound of
flowers, and covers were laid for six.
Among the Logan people attending tho
wedding of Miss Smoot and Ariel Cardon,
which took place Thursday at the home
of Sonator and Mrs. Reed Smoot In Pro
vo, were Mrs. Lucy Cardon, Mrs. Luther
M. Howell. Miss Nnn Nlbley, Miss Ruby
Ncbeker, Guy Cardon, Mr nnd Mrs. Lo
Roy Cardon and Miss Greta Cardon.
Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Budge have re
turned from a pleasant two weeks' visit
at Bear Lake.
William Splcker reached Logan Mon
day from Chicago. Mr. nnd Mrs. Splcker
and son will make their home in Logan,
whero Mr. Splcker will bo engaged at
tho Agricultural college
Miss Rae Campbell returned to her
home In tho city Wednesday, after a
pleasant two weeks' visit in Logan, the
guest of Miss Blnncho Calne and Miesos
Afton and Gonevicvo Thatcher.
Mrs. Elsio Holt of San Francisco is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walters.
Mr, and Mrs. David Thomas, who have
been visiting Mrs. Kate Preston, have
returned to their homo in the city.
Lyman Mnrtlncau and family left
Thursday for their homo in Salt Lake
City, after a pleasant summer spent at
tho Martlneau farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nibley aro visit
ing in Logan.
Mrs. R. L. Campbell spent the early
part of tho week at the Emels camp In
Mrs. Ezra Carpenter and Miss Lulu
Carpenter of Sail Lako the tho guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Will Watson.
Mrs. Horace Ncbeker is visiting with
Mrs. S. Flack, who has been visiting
i In Logan, from Boise, left for her home
Mr. and Mrs. Lo Roy Cardon were
guosts at the Bacon camp, in Logan
canyon, Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Curtis of Mexico
aro visiting with Logan relatives.
Mrs. Harry Parker nnd little daughter
aro visiting in Salt Lake.
Mrs. J. C. Hnnscn entertained at an
informal dinner party at her homo
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Cooms of Park
City spent the early part of tho week in
George Torgenson. Horace Ncbeker, R.
L. Campbell, Charley Hansen and Mr.
Barrett returned home Saturday from a
pleasant week's camping In Logan can
yon. Congressman Howell spent the week In
Mr. and Mrs. Tectzel and children have
returned from Lognn canyon.
Get a Bell Telephone and bo in line
with other progressive citizens. Uni
versal rrvico and rensonablo rates have
resulted in unprecedented growth of tho
Bell S3'stem. Ask tho manngor for full
information reeardine rates and ccrvico.
Special to Tho Tribune.
FARMINGTON, Aug. 27. County
Clork Hyrum O. Pack has Issued tho
following marrlnge licenses:
Charles Bondayan of Barcelona, Spain,
and MIbs Mlshla White of Payson.
Charles W. Cummlngs of Stockton,
Cal., and Miss Elizabeth C. Hadlcy of
Chauncey Manspoakcr and Susie Far
ley, both of Salt Lake City.
A.xel Gorgensen and Vila NollBel, both
of Salt Lake City.
John II Harrison and Violet Oliver,
both of Bountiful.
Elzlo Z. Schotran of Oelweln, la., and
Maude Wiley of Des Moines, la.
Owen E. Adklns of Chicago and Miss
Hazel J. Bowman of Salt Lako City.
Walter Burris and Miss Ruby Drlggs,
botli of Salt Lake City.
Roderick F. Cornlsky of Pueblo, Colo.,
and Katlo Fordyco of Salt Lako City,
Francis A. Galo and Sarah S. Moyea,
both of Ogdcn.
Thomas Thomas and Mary E. Shaw,
both of Grouse Creek, Box Elder county.
Joseph Delaney and Miss Elma Glenn,
both of Bingham.
Frederick Adelbert Pcnfold and Eliza
Glass, both of Salt Lake City.
Carlos Woodward of Huntington, Em
ery county, and Miss Ireno Branch of
Earl C. MeFarland and Kate Bailey,
both of Ogdon.
Romulus Mitchell of Sparks, Nov., and
Mary Smith of Kaysvlllo.
Martin Polanco and Josle Zella, both
Walter T. Pomeroy and Myrtle E.
Stewart, both of Salt Lake City.
Matt Doud and Mary Ortiz, both of
Salt Lake City.
Mrs. Edna Papworth and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Vincent, Marguerite and
Genovleve Cottercll, Roy Cotterell, Lot
tie Vincent, all of Salt Lako, and Mr.
and Mrs-. O. A. Williams of Kaysvlllo,
spent Sunday at the homo of William
Cotterell in Farmlngton.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barry, who have
spent tho summer In Farmlngton, havo
moved to Ogdcn to reside.
MJss Nina Hess is visiting relatives
and friends In the Bear River valley.
Mrs. L. W. Walker and family of Salt
Lako aro here, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. E. B. Clark left Wednesday for
Chicago, lo meet hor husband, who has
been released from a mission "in tho
northern 6tatcs. Mr. and Mrs. Clark will
visit sovoral places of Interest before re
Mrs. John Hanson has returned to her
home In Preston, Ida,, after spending sev
eral days In Farmlngton with Mr. and
Mrs. Georgo Rogers, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. A. II. Gibson and children, Helen
and Annlvers, spent Sunday In Farming
ton as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. C. Clyde Squires nnd
son of New York City, George T. Odell
and Mrs. Ella Squires of Salt Lako City,
and Conrad Odell of Logan, wero visitors
at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum
Stowart and Mrs. Aurella S. Rogers on
Mrs. W. J. Corrlgan of Benson, Ariz.,
Is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles
George U. Wenncr of Seattle, Wash.,
Is here as guost of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
The engagement of Miss Mao Soulo
and Herbert Stedvert hns been an
nounced, the marriage to take place
within a month. Miss Soule reaides In
Farmlngton and Mr. Stedvert Is of St.
John Walsh and MIs3 Bcrtlo Walsh
went to Provo last week. Mr. Walsh
relumed Saturday, having been called to
Ogden on account of tho serious Illness
of his mother.
Mrs. Walter Read, who was taken to
tho hospital somo time ago, has so far
recovered that preparatlops aro now be
ing made to remove her fr$m tho hospital
to her homo In Farmlngton.
Mrs. D. A. Markull and daughters,
Florence Faith and Dorothy, of Salt
Lake, nro spending two weeks in Farm
lngton as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Player and
Miss Hattlo Sears havo returned to
Farmlngton, after spending ten days In
Salt Lake City with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown and family
of Byron, Big Horn county, Wyoming,
aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Halght.
Fred Stovcnson has returned to St. An
thony, Ida., after spending two weeks
Robert Griffith, who has been 111 for
the past flvo weeks, Is again at work,
having fully recovered from an attack
Wlllard Palmer hns gono to Arco. Ida.
Mrs. L. C. Brown has returned to
Farmlngton, after spending a weok In
Special to Tho Tribune.
BINGHAM, Aug. 27. Tho banquet in
Social hall Tuesday evening, prepared by
Mr. Nobles on behalf of tho local firemen
In honor of the State Firemen's associa
tion, was one of the most artistic and
appetizing In the history of tho camp.
The floral decorations wore beautiful.
Miss Gladys Allen, -who has been the
guest of relatives during the past two
months, returned to hor home in Missouri
Tho Knights of the Maccabees will give
a Labor day ball at Canyon hall Monday
evening, September 5. Ruthcr's select
orchestra will furnish the music.
Martin Thomas Is on a visit to Park
Editor T. L. Holman made a business
trip to Salt Lake Thursday.
James Wilson of the Bingham Mercan
tile company Is on a hunt for big gamo
in central Idaho. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Otlley of Murray
wore In camp Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. Ottlcy was the outgoing secretary of
the Utah Stato Firemen's convention.
Mrs. John Hocking and son, Roswcll,
Intend to tako up their rcsldcnco near
Sugar House ward. Salt Lake City, In a
few days, where Mrs. Roswell has pur-cjp-sed
a cosy home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Chrlstopherson of
tho Highland Boy are rejoicing over the
arrival of a fino baby boy.
.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Metcalf and Mr.
and Mrs. Allen were In Salt Lake
Mrs. William Settles of Upper .Bing
ham Is In Salt Lako, where she under
went an operation for appendicitis.
Mrs. Elmer Hill and many guests at
the Elmcrton hotol enjoyed a delightful
horseback ride to Butterflcld canyon
Ex-County Commissioner H. N. Stand
Ish of Salt Lako spent moBt of the week
Mrs. Adeline Scoville Is convalescing
from a serious Illness.
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WILLARD, Aug. 27. William Parsons p
and wife havo gone to Star valloy, Ida.,
for a two -weeks' vacation. 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pettlnglll spent part 1
of tho week as guests of Jeff Pottlngill
In Garland. i ft
Miss Mabel Johnson, who has been
visiting here for two weeks, has returned J j
to her home In Tooele. ,
Messrs. E. Robinson. H. Otto, B. I
Parkinson and Professor Norton of the 1
B. Y. C. of Logan spent Thursday up 3
Wlllard canyon, tho guests of several ' 4
students of tho collcgo from hera. S
John Zundel has gone to Ogden to
enter the employment of tho O. S. L. , 3
Miss Ida Jones of Almo. Ida,, has re- I il
turned home, aftor visiting rolatlvos hero 4
for a week. 1
Mrs. Orawell Williams and family of
Salt Lake aro visiting with Mrs. Wil- f
llama's parents, Mr. and Mrai John. L. J
Miss Nclllo Robinson of Salt Lake has $
been visiting in Wlllard during tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. William O'Gorman of f
San Francisco have moved hero and will X
make Wlllard their future homo. .
W. E. Seaman and wlfo of Park City -5
aro visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Al-
Miss Mabel Edwards entertained Sat- 1 !
urday in honor of her guest, Miss Neillo 3
Robinson of Salt Lako. " w
Hyrum Ward has gono to Bingham to $
spend tho winter. :
Miss Etta Edwards has gono to Salt I
Lako to visit relatives and friends. f
Lucy Hubbard, who has been living in .
Wllford, Ida., for a year, has returned C
to Wlllard. $
Mlsa EIslo Ward Bpent part of tho f
week In Brlgham. j
Next Wednosday tho "Harvest Homo" $ !
celebration la to bo held, and several 5 '
hundred visitors aro expected from Utah I 1
and southern Idaho. 1 Jjj
J. E. Read of Ogdon was transacting j
business hero Saturday.
W. H. Bolt and son of Brlgham, who ;
have been here for ten days, havo ro- 1 1 .
turned home. 1
Miss Mao Owens has returned homo 1 ,
from a month's visit in Wllford, Ida, a
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