"Ml THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1912. , .
BMiss Angela Kinney, Wcll-Known Beauty, Whose Engagement Has Been An
nounced to Chestor Griffin Murphy of Portland.
I All matter for Sunday society page
must be In this office by noon Sat
urday. Club notes, etc., should bo In
by Friday evenlnc
mHK most Interesting matrimonial
I news of the spring1 comeH from
I Portland, In the announcement of
X thn engagement of Miss Angela
Kinney, the youngest daughter of
Timothy Kinney and sister of Mrs.
Clmrles W. Whllley of this city and
Mrs. James A. Dougherty of Portlnnd, to
Chester Grlflln Murphy, a well-known
young attorney of Portland and a famous
Stanford athlete. The announcement
was mude at a tea at the homo of Mrs.
Daugherty. at which a number of the
frlendn of the young bride-to-be were
present. The date of the marrlnge Is
not yet announced, but it will take place
In (he curly summer in the-nose City.
Miss Kinney was hero for a short visit
during tho holiday season on her return
from New York, and has slnco accom
panied her father and sister, Mrs,
Dauqherty, on a trip to Honolulu. Both
the young people are known In the
larger coast cities as woll as here.
Speaking of the' engagement, the San
Francisco Chrolncle guys:
Miss Kinney Is one of the most
popular members of tho "outdoor
net" In the northern city. She is a
member of the Waverly Golf club,
Portland Hunt club and the Multno
nah Athletic club. Murphv Ik a.
aiember of these same clubs, nnd
thereby hangs the thread of the
courtship, woven around polo
matches, golf tournaments and spir
.ted paper chases In which tljo hon
ors nulte often were taken awav
'rom the invincible "diet" bv the
roung woman for whom he Is "about
lo forsakn bachelorhood prerogatives.
Miss Kinney especially is fond of
horses, and this hobby was the com
mon ground on which tho romance
begun a little more than two years
She Is known as one of the most
aklllful riders of the Portland Hunt '
club, and has made remarkable show
ings In the paper chases that club
Includes in ILs activities.
Mrs. Aaron Kcyser was the hostess
yesterday at a beautifully appointed
luncheon at her home In tho Prescott'
apartments, the affair being in honor of
Mrs. "William R. Foster of New York.
Tho shades were drawn and the rooms
lighted with handsomo candelabra
shaded In yellow, and daffodils and vlo
lets gave a spring-like touch ti the plRce.
The guests to meet Mrs. Foster were
Mrs. Lee Charles Miller. Mrs. A. J. Gor
ham. Mrs. .Robert ,r. Jessup, Miss Jessup,
Mrs. C. C. Dev. Mrs. A. H. Boxrud, Mrs.
13. M. White. Mrs. Zerbc and Mrs. J. W.
Colonel and Mrs WlUard Young enter
tained very pleasantly last evening at
a family dinner at their home In honor
of Congressman Joseph Howell, who is
home for a short visit from Washing
ton. The table decorations were of the
seuaon's flowers and the other guests be
sides Congressman Howell were Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph M. Howell. Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Telle Cannon. Mr. and Mrs. Nephi
L. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Allan Spencer
and W. M. Howell of Logan.
Miss Hazel Clark entertained a. party
of some thirty young people Inst evening
at a pleasantly arranged card party at
her home on Third avenue, the affair her
Ing In honoi; o( Miss Olive Jones, who
lenves during the 'coming week with her
mother, Mrs IS. L. Jones, to spend a
ycrtr In Xew York. Seven tables of 500
were played and later a delicious supper
was served. Master lilies forming tho
main decorations, The hostess was as
sisted by Miss liuclle Mornlngstar, Miss
Rose Romney and Miss Ruby Williams.
Word comes from Butte announcing
the marriage there on March, 20 of Miss
Christine Nlsslcr and Guy Clevclnnd Da
vidson, a brother of Mrs. Clifford R.
Pearsall of this city. The bride was
formerly a pupil at St. Mary's academy
here and tho bridegroom is also known
locally- The ceremony was performed at
the Nissler home by tho Rev. S. C.
Blackiston and" a wedding breakfast rol
lowcd. The young people will make their
homo In Butte.
Miss Stella Clark, formerly of this city,
but now of Payette, Ida., is In town and
is tho guest for a short time of Mrs.
AV. IT. Ferguson at her home, Ifl4 S
street. A number of the friends of Miss
Clark are planning to call on her this
afternoon, and she and her hostess will
be at homo Informally to recelvo them.
Miss Clark? is a sister of Miss Sue Clarlc,
who was well known as a teacher In the
Major W. G. GambrlU. a.t the head of
tho pay department of the army In Den
ver, spent yesterday here with his clerk
paying off the garrison at Fort Douglas.
He was a guest of Colonel and Mrs
James A. Irons at luncheon. Major
TJllne, who usually comes here as pay
master. Is still In thft pay department,
but will shortly b sent to tho Philip
pines. 5 t.
Miss Lucile Clar); left yesterday for
San Antonio, Tv . whore she will be
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the guest tor a time nf a former AVcllcs
lcy classmate. Later they wllL 50 to
gether to WolleBley to attend commonce
ment exercises of their class in June.
Major Franlc D. Webster of the Twen
tieth, who has beon on detached dutv
at Fort Leavenworth, has rejoined his
regiment, liavinsr arrived at Fort Dous
an yesterday. Mrs. Webster, who Is
with friends at Leavenworth, will be
here about May 1.
Mrs. Jack Taylor will leave next Tues
day for Chit-aco and other eastern cities
to be away some three months. Mr.
Taylor will join her In June and they
will return together.
U - i
Forest Walden leaves today for Cali
fornia to nccomnany his wife home. Mrs.
Walden hns been vlsltlncr Mrs. A. M.
Walden and her family at their home, the
"Ripples," In Ocean Park.
'Mrs. Frank Tistabrook of Nam ph. Tda..
who was Miss Bculah Bohle of this city,
leaves today for her home after a visit
with her mother hero.
Mrs. Stephen A. Bailey and her little
daughter. Annn. are spending a few
days In Denver, but will return the first
of next week.
Mrs. Ram Schwab of Provo returned
to her home Thursday mornlns: aftor a
stay of a few days lrr the cltv visiting
Colonel and Mr. James A. Irons will
entertain a few of their friends of the
jrarrteon at a dinner this evening at their
quarters at Fort DourIuk.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lippman are
guests of former Senator and ' Mrs.
Thomas Kenrns at their home ranch
near Santa TCosn. Col-, for the week end.
Mrs. Leslie Snnires will entertain a
party of friends thlH afternoon at live
hundred in honor of Miss TCatherlno Mc
Quarrio. whoso marriage takes place the
last of the month.
Mre. William M.- Wnntland itas cone to
xoAJtbern California for a 3toy of a few
weeks with friends.
The ladle of the Presbyterian Aid so
ciety will hold n cake sale todav at Keith
OBrien's. beginning at 10 o'clock.
7Iiss Lucile Andorson entertained n
party of her youtjg friends last evening'
at a dancing party at hpr home on First
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