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I I Social Happenings in Cities and Towns of Utaiil
Eg PARK CITY. j
ffij Special to Tho Triliuiic.
HMH PMiK CITY, JNov, 10 Mr?. R. II. Wil-
H Hams opened licr home for the ladle of
Dtf! the Atbcunouiii 3Ionday aiornoon. Tim
Ve sneretnry read the mlnnte of Hie pro-
QK vIoiih meeting. Mr?. Lecompt whh oleel-
Hm fil critic to till tlio place made vacant by
Hu t.'io resignation of Mr. S. A. Brldgland.
nil! The programme wn.i then taken urp. with
H Mr. O. W. Alien Jn charge. Th llrat
HUff number wus a plui s"lo. by Mra. Wll-
HSt llaniB TlilH wus followed Willi a paper
ciitlilcI "How to Reach the Busy Moth-
Kqy it." bv .Mrs. Kopp. '-Mncrlen" wan sung
W and tlie ladles adjourned to niot. Mon-'
Eg! d.iv nt tlio homo of Mm. B. J. Begga.
Bft Mr.-. It. IT. VIIIlnmn visited -in Salt
EJ Lake durln? tho wcelc.
The Cotillion lult gave lis first dance
VI N of the Heat-on Wednesday evening In H.is-
nf'S band's Mall. As is always the case, tho
l .ill was well attended.
BHl The Mlsscn Frances and Mary Alice
HHjjl Sherman enmc up from Salt Luke Friday
HBgE morning and will remain until Sunday
Hpyf visiting with their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
HEff K. . Sherman.
Hffl Mrs. C. XV. TJodgson was a Salt Lako
BCtZ passenger Thursday afternoon. Sho will
BXJh vtalL with friends for a short time.
BiRfifl Ono of the pleasant affairs of the week
HIHItg was the curd party of Friday evening
pmHfi given by tho members of St. Luke's guild
IwV In Society hall. Prizes wore given and
Wej refreshments were served.
Ml Mrs. J. R. .Teflon! returned from Salt
IHOj Lake Friday morning.
lljwK Earl Johnson left Sunday afternoon for
ftfrjfrjffl Germany, going an a missionary of tho
UKUfj L. D. S, church. He will bo away about
BtB three years.
William Shea was on outgoing: passen-
Wgi CjCr Saturday afternoon, bound for El-
Mt Tno PWlc of Park Crry had an oppor-
Wgkt tunlty of Beemg the famous Turner art
exhibit Thursday and Friday evenings In
IJIJSk Raaband's hall. The. exhibit was given
jmia under the auspices of the Park City high
IRyJJj; Mchool and was a rare treat. Tho Park
mum GUy high school orchestra, assisted by
Miss Catherine Shields, furnished tho
fljHfc music for the occasion. A numbor of the
Htrfffi "'t school girls gave a dance, "Tho
tmK$ RofoBallet-" Tea and wafers were
Tjwi MIS3 Jessie McDonald visited in Salt
ffiO Lako during tho week.
sfflS Miss Eva Hughes roturnod to Salt Salt
MfTC Lo-ko Tuesday afternoon.
Wpmn Miss Ida Torrey returned to Park City
Mwj& 6unday morning after a pleasant visit
W with friends and relatives,
aMf Mrs. S. B. Whltely was a passenger
SraKD to Ealt Lake Saturday afternoon.
HEjfl Mrs. G. E. Hedges entertained the
ifHRift members of tho Five Hundred Card club
UDjlju pleasantjy Saturday afternoon.
Jmm Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Forslund enter-
jiXiK talned tho members of the Evening Card
f.ub at their home on Norfolk avenuo
JlSriH Friday e'enlng. After several hands of
IuXJk cards had been -played and the prizes
UWim awarded, delicious refreshments were
flRjfc served. Tho following were present: Miss
K MR I-usty. the Messrs. and Mesdames O.
JW Wallen. G. M. Short, Jnlius Frankol, 8.
mwh B. Whltely. F. W. McEwan. O. C. Lock-
IQHm hart, F. TJJ. Hedges, A. A. Browning.
jj&Mg Thursday evening in I. O. O. F. hall
jBulf t10 Modern Woodmen gave a benefit
wjm dance. Refreshments were served.
iBfflK Clarence Doyle visited In Park City
BSj Eaturdav and Sunday, a guest at the
nil j J. V. Murphy home.
SW' Tuesday evening In Society hall Park
igif, City lodgo No. 4, Knights of Pythias.
ilfaili gave a danco for friends. Refreshments
flHMi ; were served and a royal good time was
nM enjoyed by all.
H9K OKcar Friendly left Tuesday on a short
jjHK trip to Portland to visit with relatives.
iroMf John Harrington of Mldvale Is voting
MM with lUs father In Park City.
SaiS Mrs. Michael Conway of Twin Falls.
UR Ida., is visiting in Park City with her
jSwjl clstcr, Mrs. Hethkc.
DyC Joseph Kemp, Sr.. and Fred Frlgonna
Ml B returned to Park City Sunday after a
MM 2 hhort trip through Nevada.
fiPj p Mrs. Thomas Cornell of Salt !Lake has
Mffif spent Ihe week In Park City with rcla-
CmH tives and friends.
Wflt Mr. and Mrs. Roedman returned Sun-
RBfrj !ey morning from Salt Lake.
j j OG-DEN.
WE Special to The Tribune.
'USH OGDEN, Nov. 1C The charily ball
K given Monday evening at the Colonial,
MlM under the auspices of the Martha society
hRX wus one of the most brlliant and success-
IQIiff ful Eoclal events of the season. The hall
h nas beautifully decorated for the occa-
WAM blon, the Martha society colors, green and
mbw. nhltb. prevailing. The hall represented
WSm a winter scene, with evergreens and imi-
imtH latlon snow glimmering In the glow of
(Ijjffi many lucnndescent lights.
In one of tho attractively arranged cor-
Hl "crs wcro several largo Christinas trees,
HIR lu the midst of which wan placed a largo
mum bowl of ico water. By courtesy of. and
tSUm under the direction of tho Wober club,
Hjffi delicious punch and confectionery were
wltl served during the e3vnhig from a prettlly-
BajK decorated booth.
Hfl The orchestra balcony was woll hidden
Imil l a maze of evergreens.
MfflB In tho receiving lino wcro tho Mcs-
.fffifr flames Joseph Scowcroft, Archie P. Blgo-
IB, At 10:15 the grand march took place.
Hi 5 U wan led by M. S. Browning and Mrs.
iHjje Jossph Scowcroft, president of tho Mnr-
HBg tfta society, with E. L. Van Meter and
iHH Mrs. H. C. Blgclow, past prcsld'ont, as the
j&fT6 uecond couple.
BfW During tlic evening a buffet luncheon
'Wn ''ao eerved in tho banquet room, which
ffi was decorated as a winter garden, with
Vuii potted palms and chrysanthemums add-
mvm ing to tho attractivcius of tho scene.
mjM This featuro was presided over by Mrs.
1 A. S. Condon. Mrs. Nettllo Ecclcs and
! Mix. E. M. Co.i:o. vho were assisted In
JH1B ser.'ir.g by tin- Jl'eses Florence Wright,
IB iff Jjno Sco.i - t. Ellen Scowcroft, Ruth
IB tfi Wauls, r.dna Wattis. Jean Browning,
H n Cluia Bi ylc Irene Scovllle. Vivian Ec-
Bifi '- ' t Mario Ecclcs. Sadlo Ecclee, Goorgl-
WfM SkGon, Muy Workman. Zella Condon
MHgi and Lavln Petty.
mWm The society was organized nix years
Dffx ago and the name Marliia was adopted In
PJRg honor of Mrs. Frank .t. Cannon, the
W founder The officers and roll of mem-
B Mrs. Joseph Scowcroft, president: Mrs.
Hn Thomas D. Dee. first vice president; Mrs.
fia Abel Kuhn. eeoond vice president: Mrs.
BIS A. P. Blgclow, treasurer; Mrs. R. B.
Bnl Portr, tecrotarj'; Mrs. I. L. Reynolds.
Bra corresponding secretary. Mesdames H.
wHK H. Spencer. G L. Becker, H. C. Blgclow.
ftVS M. S. Browning. A. fc". Condon, Is. M.
Bra Conrny. Netllp Ecclos. William Eccles,
Bfl HBj Thomas Fltagenild, Patrick Hoaly, A. P.
DH lllbbs, R- T. Hume, I'. J. Ivieao). Adam
HBm Kuhn. II. M. Rowc. J. S. I.cwh. E. A.
BflR Llttlcllcld, E. 1. Rich. J. IT. Spargo. Hugh
mmSM C. Wood. WUIIum C. Wright.
OKB Among the outsldo cities represented In
BfljM t'p gathering were Washington, Chicago,
wHnS bait Lako. J)rovo and Brlgham City.
jBwB Mr. A. S. Condon and Mrs. Ksra
IS Ttlchardson entertained one hundred
Hnl ghosts at a beautifully appointed luneh
con Thursday afternoon at the Pacific
JW hotel. Tho autumn colors of yellow,
BUB green and rd wore beautifully carried
HI out In the decorations. The table was
MM! strewn with autumn loaves and a bouquet
jBnB of yellow chrysanthemums and clematis
jOBH graced thn center of the table. The place
jUjS rnnlH were hnnd-paintod in autumn leaf
mUt dcilgn In the aftoritoon a line musical
JK lirograninio wan rendered. A guessing
BBf nient t'outrlbutcd to tho enjoyment of
91 tl gu!slH. .Mm. E. T. Ilulanlskl being
n awarded the Ilr?t prize, a cut glass bowl;
Mr5. James Ballard the second prize, a
jmWm rut glass olive dish, and tho consolation
jHtt prize was won by Mrs. Hugh C. Wood.
BjB Mrs. E. A. Llttlcfleld arrived Monday
j from California for a visit with her par-
jHnR ent-ii Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wattis.
Kfi Miss Kathryn Fitzgerald returned Sat
1 i"tlay from a six weeks' tour of Callfor-
jSw Mr and Mrs. E. W. Matson left Tues
day Tor the lorlhwcrt They will bo ab
sent a month or six weeks and will visit
Boise, Spokane, Portln'.Kl and other
points, returning by way of Han Fran
cisco. En route home they will visit In
Reno and GoldfMd.
Mrs. John Pholan was hostess to -the
members of St. Joseph's Sewing society
at St. Joseph's hull Thursday aflernoon.
The Fifth ward W. C. T. l met Tues
day with Mrs. O. R. Craft.
A meotlng uf the Child Culture club
was held Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. J. T. Lynch. The opening num
ber of the programme was nn Interest
ing discussion of the paper, "Silent Inllu
oncc." by Mnt, PurJoy T. Wright. Mrs.
E. G. Cowans read a number of Wads
worth's best poems and Mrs. II. M. Bar
rows gave si-voral of his quotations, The
rendition of a number of vi!al selections,
by Mrs. II. W. Shurtllff, was much ap
preciated bv the guests. The next mect
Imr will be hold with Mrs, Thomas D.
Dee, Tuesday, November !!;.
Howard Stratford anil Thomas Rho'js
left Monday for Germany, where they
will spend the next three years as mis
sionaries for tho Mormon church.
Mrs. Martha A. Allen and Mrs. Allan
Miller left Wednesday evening for a ten
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. .7. W.
Stevens In Preston, Ida.
A surprise was given Mrs. M. M. Scho
llcld Tuesday evening at her home by the
workers of the Fifth ward rollirlon class.
The rooms wore decorated with red and
yellow chrysanthemums and ferns. Games
and music were the diversions of the
evening. A luncheon was served by Mrs.
Mary Rockham, Mrs. Lizzie Lockhead
and Mrs. D. R. Wheelwright. The mem
bers of tho class presented a beautiful
volume of "Poems of Inspiration" to
Mrs. Schoflcld as a reward for her valu
able assistance In the work.
A tea was given Wednesday afternoon
In the Episcopal parish house. Mrs. R.
S. Farnsworth gave several Interesting
readings and Mrs. C. II. Stevens rendered
a number of vocal selections. Tho hos
tesses were the Mesdames True. Klrcher,
Horn and Woodruff.
Wednesday evening the What-I-Can
society of the Baptist church was enter
tained at the home of Miss Sarah Van
Patten. The book discussed was "The
Challenge of the City." After tho close
of the business session, the evening was
devoted to games and music, following
which a luncheon was served.
A "white bow" social will be given by
the W. C. T. U. of tho Fourth ward
Wednesday evening at the home of Miss
Sarah S. Chapman.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Cowan
entertained a number of friends at a
card party. Prizes In the card game were
won by Florenco Downs, James Knight,
Opal Richardson and W. A. Knight.
Mrs. W. N. McGill of Ely, Nev., Is vis
iting relatives in Ogden.
An informal matinee dance was given
Wednesday afternoon In the Weber acad
emy hall under the auspices of the do-'
mcstlc arts department.
Mrs. May TJrry entertained tho mem
bers of the Sego Lily club at her home
on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Richard B. Porter will entertain
the Ladles Literary club Wednesday, No
The young people's Bible clas3 of the
BaptlBt church met Wednesday evening
with Miss Nctta Thompson and Miss
Laura Bruce at the homo of Mrs, George
Craig. After a short business session
games and music were enjoyed and re
freshments wore served to fifteen guests.
The Historical society met In the Og
den high school Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. J. L. Miller as hostess. The sub
ject for the afternoon was "A Vocation
for Every Child," It -was In charge of
Mrs. William Meale.
Mrs. Clayton C. Coolldge entertained
tho Home Culture club at her home
Tho members of tho Martha society will
bo the guests of Mrs. Hugh C. Wood Mon
day. The Baptist Mission circle was enter
tained at tho home of Mrs. A. M. Hast
ings Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John
Hobbs was leader of the afternoon study,
A card party and dance were given
Thursday evening by the Junior class of
the Weber academy.
Special to The Trihune.
PROVO, Nov. 16. The 'Rcbekah lodge
members of Provo gave a pleasant en
tertainment Monday evening at their hall
on North Academy avenue. The first
part of tho evening was devoted to box
ball at tho bowling rooms near by. Epli
Homer was awarded the first prize. W. II.
Ray second and Joshua Hone third. For
the ladles, Mrs. Arthur Craven received
Ilrst prise, Mrs. Scott second, and Mrs.
H. W. Palmer third. After tho games,
the members adjourned to the lodge hall,
where delicious refreshments were
Mrs. Jesse Knight was the recipient of
a pleasant serenade Tuesday afternoon,
given by the B. Y. University band, the
occasion being Mrs. Knights birthday
anniversary. The band boys gathered on
the lawns in front of tho beautiful Knight
home on East Center atroet and played
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Evans announco
the engagement of their daughter Ireno
to Frank R. Sharp of Bozeman. Mont.,
tho marriage to take place at the Evans
home. Second North and First .East
streets, eomo time during the present
The Blllic club members were enter
tained Monday evening by MIps Marga
ret Smoot, when the usual features were
carried out. Those present were the
Misses Mem Anderson, Myrl Murdock,
Maud Farrer. Norma. Poulton, Mary Saw
yer, Corlnno Wilson, R&e Baxter, Mary
Russell. Hazel Adams and Erma Smoot
The girls decided to give a dancing party
In the near future, the date and place to
bo determined later.
The O. N. O. club met Monday evening
with Ml6s Vie Ashworth. After a pleas
ant hour spent in oewing and rmislc, a
dainty luncheon was served. Tlio mem
bers present wore Mrs. Bennett Cash
and tho Misses Hazel and VIo Ashworth.
Josephlno and Ethel Madsen, Bertha
Lowis, Garda Gee and Edith Young.
Sixteen of the young friends of Miss
Norma Simmons pleasantly surprised her
ut her homo Saturday night, tho occa
sion being her birthday anniversary. An
Informal programme of games and other
interesting features wua carried out and
luncheon waa served.
An Item of Interest In younger socloty
circles Is tho announcement of the en
gagement of Miss Etta Goddard of this
city ty Ezra L, Tanner of Puynon. Tlio
marriage will take place In tho Salt
Lako templo December I.
The second of the serlc3 of dancing
parties being given by the M. J. asso
ciation was hold In the FinH ward fcoclal
hall Wednesday night, when fifty couples
Tho following Item In a Boston paper
Will be of Interest to tho friends and rel
atives of tho young Provo ncoplo who arc
now studying In Boston: "Miss Florence
Jeppcrson was a guest at a composers'
reception last Wednesday and captivated
tho select audience by her exquisite sing
ing. H. Gllbcrte was honor guest, and
had Miss Jopperson sing one of hhi latest
compositions. Her rendition co pleased
the well-known Now Yorker that he
called on Miss Jeppcrson tho following
day and gave her three songs In manu
script." Tlie dancing party given Saturday
evening by ho lOlfi high school elasH of
the B. Y. university wan an enjoyable
and successful affair. The party was
given In tho Ilrst ward social hall, which
was beautifully decorated for the occa
sion In the class colors.
The Nineteenth Century club met Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Lytel.
Mrs. Wright gave a paper on "Some
Irish Playwrights," and Mrs. I. IS. Mas
ters favored tho club with a numbor of
Mrs. R. B, Irrlno, Jr., was hostess at
a delightful dinner Sunday, when tho
decorations In the rooms and on tho din
ing table were carried out In yollow.
with chrysanthemums in profusion. Tho
gue.-its were Mr. und Mr?. W. D. Rob
erts, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Grant C. Bag
ley. Mr. afid Mrs. James Brown, Miss
Norma tlaveraimp and Miss Lnel Irvlilu.
Mrs. Gertrude Darnellle of Alder.
Mont.. In here for a month's visit with
her mother, Mr.". Joseph Jlubcr.
Mrs, WInnifrcd Tlmtoher has gona to
California to spend the winter. She
first visited hor grandparents. Mr. and
.Mrs. William Hatfield, at ThermolltO
and thence went to Los Angclca and
other places of Interest In southern Cal
ifornia. Dr. and Mrs. David W"!Htwood. after
six weeks' travel through the east, have
returned to their homo In tho Garden
Miss Muyme Bott pleasantly enter
tained the members of- tho Protah club
Tuesday evening at a bowling party at
the box-ball parlors. Prizes wore
awarded to the following young ladles
for high scores: Miss Alice Wood, Miss
Mabel Peterson and Miss F. Walton.
The members of the Kensington Sew
ing club were pleasantly entertained
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. dial O.
Chase. The Chaso home was beautiful
ly decorated with a profusion of flowers.
An Informal programme was a feature.
Luncheon was served to the twenty-one
Mrs. I. U Donnaii. with her children,
left the latter part of the week for Riv
erside. Oil., to spend tho winter.
Miss Mary Christian and C. Preston
Allen were married Thursday of this
week, Justice C. D. Glazier officiat
ing. In the evening a reception was
Riven in honor of tho young people at
the homo of the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. August Allen.
Mrs, I. II. Masters will spend next
week In Salt Lake where she will sing
at the semi-annual Initiation of the A.
A. S. rite, tn he hold at tho Masonic
temple all next week.
Mrs. W. L. Blcrsach was the honor
guest at a bridge party given by Mrs.
Murray Twelves at hor homo Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Twelves were tip
from Salt Lake to spend the week end
with relatives and friends, returning to
their home Monday morning.
Miss Norma Plavercanm. who Is at
tending school at Rowland Hall In Salt
Lake, spent Saturdav and Sunday visit
ing In Ihls city with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. George Havcrcamp.
Complimentary to Miss Irene Evans,
whose marriage to Frank Sharp lakes
place this month. Miss .Tetta Malbon.
Miss Ferris Noyes and Miss Flossie
Dunn gave a shower parly at the home
of Miss Malbcn Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. 7rvine. Jr.. and
their daughter Lael. and Mrs. Samuel
Schwab, Miss Eva Jones and Mr. and
Mrs. G. G. Hoag were Salt Lake visitors
during the week.
The Utah Sorosis club met rfednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. C.
Lund- The paper on "Tho Child IdeaJ
and Actual." was given by Mrs. Ida
Smoot Dusenberry. The review from the
Twentieth Century American was given
by Mrs. A. C. Lund.
The "story hour" for children, which
was inaugurated by the Nineteenth Cen
tury and Utah Sorosis clubs, was resumed
Thursday afternoon3 after being post
poned for the past three weeks.
Mrs. E. V. Brooks and Mrs. Harvey of
the Women's Relief corns, Salt banc City
visited Provo Wednesday afternoon and
Inspected the lodge work of tho local
W. R. C- The visitors wore entertained
at luncheon after the regular session.
Mrs. David Johnson entertained the
junior girls of the Sixth ward M. I asso
ciation at her home Thursday evening,
Mrs. D. D. Jones has gone to ML
Pleasant for a week's Visit with friends
Mrs. Cooper Anderson, who has been
In Salt Lake for some time, has returned
to her homo at Olmsted.
Mrs. E. W. Blbbons and Mrs. Newel
W. Smith left Friday for a visit with
relatives and friends in Salt Lake.
The Thursday Card club was enter
tained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Henry
Gease. when three tables of cards were
played Prizes were awarded to Mrs. C.
E. Whltlemore and Mrs. Alf Malben, who
were guests of the club.
The Daughters of tho Mormon Bat
talion met Saturday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. May Farrer.
The Girls Friendly society of the Epis
copal church met Thursday evening at
the home of Mrs. A. W. Arries. The
meeting was devoted to charity work.
Tho pupils of tho Parker and Maeser
buildings of tho Provo city public schools
celebrated the anniversaries of their re
spective Institutions Friday afternoon.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. Nov. lfi. One of the enjoy
ablo affairs of Tuesday was the bridge
luncheon given by Mrs. E. P. Bacon at
her homo on West Center street. Lunch
con waa served in the diniiic room from
a table beautifully decorated with fra
grant pink and white geraniums and
smllax. A delicious menu was served,
every detail of which was peupclly car
ried ouL Later In tho afternoon bridge
was played, and tho score prize waa won
by Mrs. Georgo Torgcson.
Monday afternoon Mrs W. W. Mc
Laughlin enlertalned at a pretty chil
dren s party In compliment to hor daugh
ter Anna's birthday. The usual Inter
esting children's games wcro features
and. with tlio music, were enjoyed. A
birthday luncheon was served and one
of the attractlvo table adornments was
a largo birthday cako holding ton lighted
candles. Chrysanthemums formed the
main decorations. Fifteen llttlo guests
enjoyed tho pleasant afternoon.
Tho Wobyca socloty held an Interesting
meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Frederick Scliade. The attendanca was
large and Superintendent Molynoux gave
an Instructive talk on "Laws of Mental
Growth." W. O Robinson favored tho
club with a vocal selection. Refresh
ments wore served and a social half hour
An Interesting session of the A. C.
Woman's club was held Monday at the
home of Miss Margaret Wilkinson, with
Miss Charlotte Kylo as hostess. The
programme was In tho hands of Mrs.
Clayton Teelzel, tho topic being "The
Old Wives' Tale," by Arnold Bennett.
Mrs. Tcetzel gave a delightful review of
tho book and a clover paper on the life
and works of tho author Following tho
programme, plans for the charity ball
were discussed and committees on ar
rangement, tickets, decorations and re
freshments wore appointed bv the presi
dent of tho club, Mrs. B. G. Thatcher
Tho ball will be given December S at tho
Auditorium. Much enthusiasm ia being
manifested by the club members to make
this ball u grand auccess. Tea wa3
served bv the hoalcss.
Wednesday afternoon the Clio circle
met with Mrs. J. A, JJcndrlckson. Tho
drama to bo discussed wa "As tho
Leaves." by Glacosa. This wao Interest
ingly given by Mrs. Lucy Robinson. Mrs.
J. IT. Marshall gavo a yocal colo In her
usual charming voice. Refreshments
wcro served by the hostess and tho club
adjourned to meet Wednesday with Mrs.
Alfred Farrell. A largo number of in
vited guests was present.
Mr. and Mrs. Georro Cole announco
the engagement of their daughter Lcttle
to Charles H. Soronsen of Salt Lake, tho
marriage to tako place lato lu Novombor.
Saturday ovenlng Dr. W. G. Rucken
brod was host at a delightful dinner
party in honor of Dr. and Mrs. L. M.
Brumbaugh of Salt Lake. The dinner
was given at the Eaglo hotel and the
tablo was beautifully decorated for the
occasion with greenery and flowers. Be
side tho guests of honor, covers wcro
laid for Dr. C. G. Plummcr and Superin
ttndont A. C. Nelson of Salt Lako and
the members of the local dental socloty.
Mrs. II. A. Pcderson was hostess
Tliursday afternoon at a charming af
ternoon affair, when she entertained
eleven of her lady friends at a ken
alngton. The hours wero pleasantly
passed in sewing and games and con
testa. Prizes wcro awarded to Mr. P.
M. NcIIcon. Mrs. A, Johnson and Mrs.
J. P. Griffin. Tho rooms throughout
tho houso were arllstlcallv decorated
wtlh carnations. Refreshments were
served. Mrs. Pexlorson was assisted by
An enjoyable parly wan given Friday
evening at the home of Mr. J. 1 1. Thorpe
to celebrate the SOth birthday of his
father, John 'I'horpo. The guests in
cluded the members of Mr. Thome's
family, relatives and a few friends. Re
freshments were served and games and
musl5 were enjoyed.
Mrs. J. P. Smith planned and carried
out a successful surprise In the way or
'i china shower In honor of Mr. and
Mm. John Kosza Tuesday ovonlng at
the Kosza home. S'lipper was served
and a large numbor of friends and rela
tives were present, Mr. and Mrs. Rosza
were married Inst Wednesday.
Mrs. F. JO. Clark has returned from
a pleasant visit with friends at Row
land Hall In Suit Lake.
Joseph Campbell of Ogden soont sev
eral days of tho week hero.
Mrs. Eakol Anderson and little son
have returned to their homo In Salt
Uiko. after a olcasant visit in Logan,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James And
erson. Mrs. V. II. Bartlett is here from Oma
ha and Is the guest of .Mrs. A. M. Flem
ing. E. P. Bacon has returned from a two
weeks' stay In Chicago
Miss Jolla Smart will leave shortly to
spend the winter In California.
Lewis T. Cannon of Salt Lake spent
the early part of the week here.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Miller of Rcxburg
were Logan visitors Wednesday and
Mrs. Luther Howell has returned from
Mrs. Julia Nlblcy returned homo Mon
day from a short visit In Salt Lake. ,
Special to The Tribune.
MURRAY, Nov. 16. Mrs. Isaac Had
ley has returned from a visit at Eureka
Mrs. Carl Anderson of East Mill Creek
was pleasantly surprised by relatives and
friends this week, who arranged a bright
Last Monday evening Miss Lizzie Klmc
was the recipient of a silverware shower
given by Miss Marie Stevens at her homo
in Salt Lake. Tho Stevens homo was
tastefully decorated with chrysanthe
mums. A dainty luncheon was served
late in the evening.
Glorias Boberg and Lorenzo Peterson
of Sandy will be married Wednesday,
November 27. A reception will be ten
dered them at the bride's home In the
Warren Cave spent Thursday at Og
den with friends.
Dr. P. F. Splcer has returned, after a
short trip to Roberts, Ida,
The officers of the First ward religion
class pleasantly surprised Mrs, William
N. Morris at her homo on Center street
Monday evening, tho occasion being Mrs.
Morris's birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. John IT. Bawden of
Granger announce tho engagement of
their daughter Bashie to Fred Bangerter.
Tho wedding will tako place Wednesday,
November 27, at the bride's home.
Mrs. D, B. Jones gave a bundle shower
Thursday evening In honor of Miss Lizzie
Klme, whose marriage to Erlck Ellason
takes place this month. A dainty supper
was served to twenty-five in the dining
room, which was beautifully decorated in
national colors. ,
Superintendent Orson Ryan of Mldvalo
Is at Provo on a brief visit
Mrs. E. C. Bagley of Holllday enter
tained members of the Relief society at
her home "Wednesday.
Special to The Tribune
EUREKA. Nov. 1C Mrs. C. Massln of
Silver City visited with Miss Maud Bill
ings of Eureka on Thursday.
Mrs. C. E. Thomas of Bingham Is visit
ing with her (parents, Mr. and Mrs
James Shaw of this city.
Mrs. John Cronln of Silver City is a
Salt Lako visitor this week.
Judge W. C. Dcwar of this city was a
Nephl visitor Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. IJ. F. Fullride and fam
ily, who havo been living at Redding,
Col., for tho past year, returned to Eu
reka on Tuesday and. will mako their
Mrs Conrav of Silver City and niooo,
Mlsa Fitzgerald, wero visltlmr in JUureka
Mrs. D. D. Sullivan returned to her
homo In Euroka after several wools'
visit In Salt Lako City.
Miss Mae Phillips, who is teaching
school at Lake Shore, Utah, spent Sun
day and Monday hero visiting with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Phillips.
Mefcdamcs Driscoll and Hanson entor
talned a few friends Tuesday evenlnc at
the homo of the former, in honor of Mrs.
Claudo Barnco and Miss Kimball of Salt
At their last regular mooting, the
members of Columbia Rebolrab Jodgo No.
11 had as their guesta Mrs. Mary Sud
helmer, president, and Mrs. Sarah C-l-Iadlev,
vice president of tho grand lodgo
of Utah, and Miss Mamie Schuyler of
Salt Lake. After tho regular session
of tho lodgo an adjournment was taken
lo partake of a banquet prepared by a
special committee of the lodge, at which
tlmo spirited addresses were made by the
visitors, as well as by prominent num
bers of Columbia lodge. While In this
city the grand lodge officers wore tho
gueata of Mrs. B. N. C. Stott.
Mrs. Claudo Barnes and Miss Kimball
of Salt Lako are tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. Hanson.
Miss Edith Treloar was pleasantly sur
prised at her home at the Victor mine
on Wednesday evening. The evening was
spent In playing games: also a splendid
luncheon was served. Among those pres
ent wero Misses Ethel and Elva Hlatt,
Eliza Bonner and Pearl Treloar: Messrs.
Pat Bonner John Donnelly, Frank Kim
ball. Watklna, T. L. Schofleld, and Mr.
and Mrs. Georgo Jones.
Tho Misses Wyroah and Lorene Chase
of Nephl arrived In Eureka Ihls week
and will spend the winter hero with their
mother, Mrs. S. A. Chase.
Mrs. Arthur Thayer of Bingham is here
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mra. T,
Mrs. Hugo Dcprczen roturned homo
Sunday morning, after several days' visit
at Salt Lake.
The ladles' auxiliary of the Tlrftlo Dis
trict Miners union held a splendid meot
lng on Friday ovenlns. at which tlmo tho
following ladles wcro initiated Into the
order: Mcsdamen C. E. Berry. J. P.
Griggs, E. D. R. Hondrlckpon. Jecsio Pe
terson, Nick Fcrrando. Thomas Borry
man. Fred Alberg. Julius Brandt, and
Misses Anabol Mconcy and Anna Hen
drlckson. Following the regular lodge
work a fine banquet was served In honor
of the now members.
Mrs. P. J. Donnelly and son Patsy went
to Salt Luke on Thursday afternoon to
attend tho funeral of J. C. Sullivan.
Tho S. E. B. G. club of thlB city met
at the home of MJbs Hazel Irvine. The
ladles spent tho ovenlng sewing, the
hostess sor.ing a dainty luncheon. Tho
next meeting of tho club will be with
the Misses Virginia, Belle and Leola
Lasly at tho homo of Mrs. Will Neublt
on Church street, on next Wednesday
Mrs. Everett of Salt Lako is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Cromer.
Mrs. Jerry Sullivan of Mammoth was
in Eureka visiting friends last Wednes
day The mcnjbcru u( the L, O. K. club were
very pleasantly entertained at the homo
of Mrs. Raemus Nelson on Wednesday
afternoon, an exceptionally nice- lunch
being served. The guests of tho club
wero Mrs. Everett of Salt Lako and Mrs.
Jerry Sullivan of Mammoth.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keith itift for their
homo In Denver, Colo., after a woek's
visit hero with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. IL Mc
Cryslal. Mrs. I. I?. Gose will entertain tho
members of tho brldgo club at her homo
Miss Lucy B. Finloy entertained tho
Entro Nous Literary club at tho homo
of Mrs. Georgo Hayes on Saturday af
ternoon. Mrs. Joo Passcy returned to Eureka
after sovcral weeks' visit with hor
mother, Mrs. James Dunn, at Provo.
C K. Hulsh of this city left last Sat
urday morning for tho southern part of
the stato on a. hunting trip. Ha ex
pects to bo gone for several weeks.
.Mrs. Hugo Duprlzon roturned homo
Sunday morning after several days' visit
at Salt Lako City.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Reld returned 'to their
homo at .Abunmoth after visiting soveral
wooka at Nephl.
Mrs. Arthur Thayor of Bingham Is hero
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Special to Tho Tribune,
MA NTT. Nov. 1C Frolda Brox and
Prime Black of Rlchtlcld wero married
In tho Mantl temple, President Loula An
derson performing tho ceremony. A re
ception was given at the Bros homo in
Miss Ethel Bean of La Grande. Or.,
spent a week hero visiting with Mrs.
Clarence Madsen. Mr3. Bean left Thurs
day for Salt Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarenca Madsen delight
fully entertained about twenty friends
Monday evening In honor of their wooden
wedding anniversary. Out-of-town guests
wero Mrs, Llzzlo Peterson, Donna Peter
son, Perry Petorson. Mr. and Mrs. D.
Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. B. Connell, Mr
und Mrs. A. M. Tuttlc of Ephralm. and
Georgo Christensen of Mount Pleasant,
Christian Madsen n.nd Ruby and Stella
Madsen. A delicious dinner was served.
Mrs. W. A. Reld was tho reclplont of
a pleasant surprise Monday evening In
honor of her birthday anniversary. About
fifty friends were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Madsen and
their family went to Mount Pleasant
Mrs. Ruby Parry was hostess at a din
ner party last Tuesday evening, when Bhe
entertained a number of friends,
Mrs. Camilla Nelson entertained Tues
day afternoon for tho Mothers club. Ten
ladles wore present. Refreshments were
served after tho programme,
Herbert Nelson of Ferron was a Mantl
visitor Tuesday and Wednesday, a guest
of Mrs. Camilla Nelson.
Ernest Jacobson was pleasantly sur
prised by about forty of his pupils Thurs
day evening. A very enjoyable tlmo yas
spent In playing parlor games and sing
ing. Miss Lillian Jones spent the pa3t week
In Ephralm, visiting with her sister, Mrs.
The R. K. class met at the home of
Mrs, Osmond Olsen Tuesday evening. Mrs.
Dlantha Reld was In the chair. Mrs. Ol
sten and Mrs. Reid read from "Barbara
Worth." Miss Beatrice Burns of Mount
PleasantjWas a visitor.
Ono of the most delightful oventrj of
the season waa that given by Mrs. Ros
coe Tuttlo Saturday afternoon, when she
entertained tho music section of the La
dles Lltorary club and hor neighbors In
her new homo. The lesson, tho second
chapter from "Tho History of Music,"
was given by Mrs. Millie Kerr. Mrs.
Ellis Johnson cang "Septomber." A pi
ano selection. "Ashes of Love." was given
by Mrs. Mav Chapman. There was" a
solo by Mrs. Zella Cox, "Mother." A pi
ano selection. "Cupid and Butterflies.'
was plavcd by Mrs. Millie Kerr- A voo,
"Faith and Hope." was sung by Mrs.
Ethel Molscn. Mrs. Jcsslo Lund sang
"Just a Song at Twilight." Special guests
were tho Mesdames Myra Bradley. La
Verne Larson. Choll Stringham. G. W.
Martin, Winnie Candland, 1. D, Vorheos,
L. T. Tuttle. J. P. Nelson, and the Misses
Josephlno Hornung and Julia BlUlnga.
Mrs. J. IT. Hornung left Thursday for
Mount Pleasant for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Nelson ontcrtalncd
a few friends Thursday evening at din
ner. Covers wero laid for Mr. and Mrn.
J. M. Burns. Mr. and Mra. Arthur John
son, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hoggan, Mr. and
Mrs. Joromo Henrlo and Miss Beatrice
Burns of Mount Pleasant.
Ono of tho delightful events of tho
week was tho chafing dish luncheon kIvcii
by Miss Alllo Cox Wednesday afternoon.
Quaint little baskets of chrysiinthemumo
wero used for decorations.
Mlus Pearl Thorpe of Ephralm visited
with Miss Lillian Jones this week
The Brldgo Whist dub was entertained
Friday afternoon by Mrs. J. P. Madsen in
her beautiful home on Main street. Three
tables were occupied. Mra. Charles Rid
dle won the prize. Special guests were
Miss Alllo Cox, Miss ilCdyth Clark. Mls6
McDonald and Mrs. Hazel Madsen.
Thirty-live pupils of llobcr Bird took
possession of li In home Thursday evening
and gavo him a pleasant surprise. The
ovenlng was spent in games and feasting.
Miss Beatrice Bums of Mount Pleasant
is visiting with her brother, J, M. Burns
and hla family
SPANISH FORK. I
Special to The Tribune.
SPANISH FORK. Nov. 16.t--M1ss Dlna
Gardner of this city and Joseph II.
Johnson of Salem, Utah county, were
married in the Salt Lake temple on
Wednesday. A reception was given on
Friday evening to the young couple at
the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Gardner.
Cards are out announcing the engage
ment of Miss Laverno Johnson of this
cltv and Herbert Hanks of Salem. The
wedding Is to tako place on November
20 at the Salt Lake temple.
Miss Sarah Erlckscn and Morgan D.
Wolncs. Jr., both of this city, will be
married In tho Salt Lake templo on
The wedding of Miss Jenov Hansen
of Palmyra ward and' Orla Stewart of
this city will take place at the home
of tho bride's parcntn Wednesday.
Cards announce tho engagement of
Miss Lenoro Hlglngson of this city and
Alvon Keel of Salem. The wedding will
take place on Wednesday In the Salt
James Hutchinson and Mrs. Thomas
Tadd, both of the Third ward of this
city, were married at tho home of Mr.
Hutchinson on Monday evening, Bishop
Georgo Halea officiating.
Mrs. Edward Stone of Eureka has
been visiting with Mrs. Jesse Hall of
this city during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry TTuber of Pav
Bon visited with Mr. and Mrs. Will
Lewis of the Fourth ward last Sun
day. Mrs. Hyrum Christensen entertained a
number of her old friends Sunday. The
day was spent pleasantly. Delicious
luncheon was served.
The KenBlngton club met at the home
of Mrs. Morgan Beck Friday afternoon.
A paper, "Our Girls Versus the High
School," was read and discussed. A de
licious luncheon was served.
A birthday party was given Friday
at tho homo of Mrs ti, "L
honor of the ninth bte Wm
.of her con Vanun ur H.
dren wero present. ut r
Mr. and Mrs, Henr- v WC,
Mrs. Fred Lewis jr al tWlfl'
art cle was read on ''ChlM&?
Special to The Trlbun 1
EPHRALM. Nov. ic 'tl .
ent were: Putni ,,, ',8 ,4l
Anderson, Alverda A oD'tT
son, Mrs, Fred Tuttln , n Jfc
null Brelnhnll, Geneva U,K
Anderson and MIhT Bouff'mr
c.Si sssiiasssa r
party. Mrs. Ileni ianHn ' T
with a beautiful "K WnT
Mra C. L. Thorpe mi JM
tier Monday aftcrnooa Ca-lV
for seven. 'Ti
Lorenzo Cliiistenson of thuSfe
Mao Carlson of Mt, PKi,ni iL- r,
r ed Wednesday In tl.o sffiiftJ
pit:. A wedding reception .TF
night at the homo of ! ?JF
cuts after which the ..rm
remainder of the cvcnfnc m 5BH
the pavilion. Mr. an Sf i
and will be at home to &J
after Dccombor 1. 10 thelf'
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. rhrt.-t
turned yesterday from Salt hSKU
they went to pm-chattc a djWi
that cUy.1'0" f mnk,ns B5f
Julia Olscn was Kiven a rlcJlltfA
prise party Tuesday cveiiin?.!'
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tliornus V. tM-w
visited relatives ond friends lM
Sunday afternoon. Mt'
Monday evening tliq N. w- pW- '
tcrtalned by Miss Mildred BriiLl
Miss Ethel CTirlst-nson xnt JT
less Sunday evening' at n dini!tJ(
Covers were laid for eight.
Mrs. Joseph StnvntiFCn ray mZ.
party Sunday afternoon In honl
anniversary or her dauRhtcr, jMrtfri
Mr. and Mrs. L, P. Anderson W
have been guests at tho li0ralS
and, Mrs. Androw BJergo dnrfBT"
Mr. and Mra. Jerome R
Mantl wore guests Sunday at '
of Mr, and Mrs. Tlioma? 8. LuMj-f
Lillian Jones, llyrum Thorpe
daughter. Pearl, wero Mantl vltltW
ing the early part of the Wik..
Mr. and Mrs. Ola Olsen returiir
Provo Monday, wiiero they hsM
visiting a few days. im"
Mrs Earl Peacock returned im
from an extended trip to Idahp: J
Mrs. Roy Lund of MantlTT?V
through here yesterday on herm1
California, where she went t4 aTj
husband, who was returning tnmP1
years' mission for the L. D, BWk
Mr. and Mrs, Joaeph WlllsrT
Mayfleld have been visiting re!t)B
friends In Ephralpi during the nff?
Clcon Anderson nnd Grace jB'
of this city were In Mt. Plfiti
evening, attending the ChrlsttwW1
son wedding. 'mt
S. C. Soronson has removed IB9
elegant home on Main street M
Eld en Christensen of RedmooiB
Ephralm, visiting with relatlvBjf.
This English Mode
I t for young girls
I trade is catchinj
1 right on
l A Has the new recede to
broad low flange heel, blinj
evele1ts squeakless, damp
"k. sole, stitche
ffl right to the heel
WTjjjjif Very Swagger!
A duplicate of the young men's English model
in tan or black, $5,00 the pair and worth ift
1 We sell hosiery three pair guaranteed for three
I months, six pair for six months. Better hosiery ,R
values than you have ever thought possible jlt
The Shoe People m
118 South Main Look for the revolving window dPjE