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ijj , THE SALT LAKEJTRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER S, 1913.
I Social Happenings in Cities and Towns of Utahf
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H OGDEN, Dec. 7. A dollghtful affair of
mm the week whs tho "500" parly given by
IB Miss Juno Scoweroft at her home 1 rlday
WM evcnlnc when fifty mombcra of the
M younger act worn entertained. 'I ho color
! scheme In red was- effectively carried
mm.' out with polnsetllas and red roses, which
1 wero arilstlcully arranged about the
Mrs. E. W. Wade announces the u-
:;agolncnt of her daughter. Myrtle W a( c,
(o Mllford Hun of Montpeller. Ida., the
j marriage to taltc place January I.
Hi Miss Georgia gkecn untcrtalncd at a
box party Wednesday afternoon at the
B Ogde.n theater. The puesls were Misos
Lnron Hlalr. Lulu MeChesney. Mary Vo
sel: out-of-town guests were Misses J. -
llan Bryan and Florence Walker of Salt
tm Lako and Miss Evelyn Bedford of Tor
S onto, Canada.
H MIsh Margaret Sparcro was the rcclpl-
H cnt of a birthday nnrprlse and handker-
chief shower given by a number of her
H friends at ?hor home Monday afternoon.
I Tho o present were Misses Celia Ecclcs,
Ethel Harmon. Mabel Rolapp, Ethel Wai
tls. Margaret LlttlellHd. Lorotta W halen,
Ruby Herdtl. Vcrna Tavey. Edna Towno
and Pamela Sparge.
Mr. and Mrs. Hush C. "Wood will leave
Osden Monday for New Tori:, where they
will spend the holidays. Thoy will be ac
companied by Mra. J. D. Wood and Miss
Casandra Wood of Salt Lake, who will
so to Dresden. Germany, where MIB3
Wood will comploto her courso In vocal
Mrs. Fred J. Kie?cl returned Wednes
day afternoon, after a month's visit with
her son In Sacramento.
The members of the 13. Y. P. L. were
entertained Tuesday evening by Mrs, C.
H. Smith, assisted by her daughters,
Misses Winona and Cora.
Mr. and Mrs. William G. He Mlk an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Marl" A., to William J. Kouw oi
Osdcn The marriage will tako puace In
Salt Lake Wednesday. December 11.
Bernard Bauchman of Oakley. Ida-, has
returned, after a viHt with his parentH.
Mr. and Mrs. S S. Bauchman.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. Wt. Stevens of Pres
ton. Ma., who have been visiting rela
tives i-i this rlly for Ihc past week, re
turned to their home Thursday evening.
Mrs. Edward Bichsel will entertain the
Historical society at its next regular
meeting Saturday. December 11;
Mrs. E. T. Huhinlskl was hostess to
the members' of the "500" club at her
home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Archie
Rlgolow won rtho souvenir plate and Mrs.
Joseph ScoVvcro'l't was awarded the guest
prlr.e. Mrs. Joe Thomas and Mrs. Jack
Lvnch were guests of .honor. Following
the oard game, a luncheon was served.
The club will meet in two weeks at the
home of Mrs. II. II. Spencer.
Miss Evelyn Bedford of Toronto. Can
ada, la visiting In this city" with her nunc
A meeting of the Homo Culture club
wan held Thursday afternoon at tho
home of Mrs. II. Jt. Bucks. Mrs.
J. B. - MoCracken led the lesson,
which dealt with "The Houso of
Chou." and "Thu Sages of China." Mrs.
Hnim Smith road an Interesting paper
on "Cci fiiclnuH," which was followed by
a talk on '.'Education In China." by Mrs.
O. A., Parmley. The guest of honor was
Mrs. Ives, who. gave a short sketch of
her life In Idltarod. Alaska.
The Ladles' Llicinry club met "Wed
nesday afternoon ;it the home of Mrs.
Claude Sinn. Two papers "were given,
.the first on Mexico, b.v Mrs. Leroy Ec
Hrs and the second on the- south, by
Mrs. John Oullcy. followed by two vocal
oIo by Mr. Zlnn and Miss Lucille
Douglas. The club adjourned lo meet
nfler the holidays with Mrs. Joseph
Seowcroft. Wednesday, January s.
The annual "social and reunion of the
Ogden tabernacle choir was held Friday
evening In the New Colonial. A fine
dancing programme was enjoyed and re
freshments wore served.
Tho members of Silver hive No. 1 cele
brated K; Ci. T. 7h day Thursday even-
ilng at Eagle.)' hall on Hudson avenue.
Thursday evening a rard party wan
given by Queen City Rebekah lodge at
I. O- O. r. hall.
Mrs. J. W. Austin and daughters, Miss
Neta and Mrs. Stanley Johnson, left the
first of tin: Meek for California. They
will visit Mrs. Austin's sister, Mrs.
Henry Endey of Oakland, and .Mr and
Mra. d;l:k Llttlollold at San FranciBCo.
Mrs. K. T. Hume has returned from
halt Lako. where she was the guest of
Mr. and Mra. AV. J. Shealy for a fow
Mra, F. D. Byan entertained tho mem
bers of St. Joseph's society Thursday
afternoon at St. Joseph's hall,
Mrs. A 'a Stone left for 'New York
Tuesday, where she will make her home
with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Walton.
One,' of the most enjoyable affairs of
the. week was the dancing party given
I rlday ovenimr In the Weber academy
auditorium. The hall was beautifully
decorated for the occasion, each class
decorating the corner allotted to them.
Mrs. Carl Allison has returned from
an extended visit, with her parents at
Friday evening In tho Fourth ward
amusement hall a reunion of the Strat
ford family w.ib nelrl. the occasion being
the eUhly-llrst blrthdav of .Mrs. Marl
anna Stratford widow of Bishop Edwin
Stratford. Ai o'clock a banquet was
served, followed by ,i programme of mu
sic and speaking., the evening closing
with a dance.
Thei Firth" ward W. C. T. U, met
Wednesday ul the home of Mra. Anna
The' Children's Aid society met Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Cul
ley.. Plans were discussed for Christmas
work to be done by the society.
Mrs; II. H. Spencer entertained a few
friends Informally Wednesday afternoon
at her home at a sewing tea.
John M"Dcrmott left Tuesdav for Los
Angeles, whore he will make his home.
Mr. ;and Mrs. .1. G. Robb and daugh
rer left Tuesday for New York, to spend
the holidays with Mr. Robb's parents.
They will be gone about six weeks.
Mrs. Scger entertained the members of
the Home Industry club Wednesday
QUccn Esther chapter No. . O. E. S.,
held a social Monday evening In Masonic
The'. Social Twelve club members were
tho guests of Mrs. S. W. Klrchaw Fri
day afternoon at her home In Lay ton,
Mrs. Mary Clnssburn and little daugh
ter Trva of Lincoln. Neb., who have been
visiting with Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Har
rpld and Miss Lottie Glnssburn, left, the
first of the week for their home. Miss1
Lottie Glassburn accompanied her moth
er, and will visit for a short time In
Miss Albcrla Johnson has gone to
Boone. la., for it short vielt.
A meeting of the Child Culture club
will M held at the homo of Mrs. L. Scott
Tuesday, December 10.
Fred P. .'olsbltt was tendered a sur
prise TucsdBy evening by a number of
uer friends. The evening was snent In
games and music, after which refresh
ments were nerved to twenty-six guests.
Tim Initial meeting of th Chautauqua
Literary and Scientific circle will bo
held 1 ednesday. December 11. In tho
Ogden high school. Tho book for study
will bb 'iThe Spirit of French Litera
ture." by Mabel S. C. Smith.
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HH LEHI, Dec. 7. Mrs. Louis Chrlstonsen
entertained tho B. B, club on Monday
HRH night. Dainty refreshments were served.
DM Mrs. Martha S. Bushman spent Tucs-
WSm day in Salt Lako City,
f'ffli Miss rtetla Evans entertained on
; n Thursday night in honor of Mien Lcathn
Stewart of Park City.
. Mro. Lola Copcnlmvcr of Richfield la
spending the week with her mother,
Mrs. A. M. Stewart.
Miss Voa Hammer returned to her
homo in Salt Lako City on Monday.
Miss Zetclla Taylor ontertalned a num
ber of friends at lior homo on Friday
Tho Athenian club met at tho homo
of Mro. H. C. Holbrook on Wcdnosday
An Illustrated lecture was given at the
tabernaslc on Sunday evening on tho
"Cltv Beautiful." by Prof. Lewis of tho
University of Utah.
Miss Somcrs Ingalla roturncd to Rol
and Hall on Monday after a week's visit
with her parents.
Karl Hopkins spent the week at Ncphl
William Ving left on Monday for
W. F. Gurncy spent Tuesday In Salt
A. number of relatives and friends gavo
Mra. Sarah Klrkhnm a surprise party,
In honor of her fifty-fifth blrthduy on
Georgo Gurncy of Magrath. Albcrla.
spent tho Wfek with relatives and
frlenda prior to spending two years on
a mission In the eastern states.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bradshaw spent
Wednesday In Salt Lake City.
Miss Emclla Oslerloh returned home
on Mondav after spending a week at
Park City and Salt Lako City.
Miss Mary Fox spent Wednesday and
Thursday in Salt Lako City,
Joseph llalllday of American" Fork
spent Friday In Lehl.
J. E. Cotter spent Thursday In Salt
PROVO. , I
PROVO, Doc. 7. A very pleasant oocjal
affair of tho .post week was that given
by Mrs. J. w. Stlohl. when sho enter
tained tho mombers of tho . "Bon Hour'
club at her home. The library was beau,
tlfully decorated with red roses, while
tho dining room was In violets. Whist
was played and Ihc prizes were won by
Dora Schwab and Mrs. George Hanson.
After iho games refreshments wero
served to tho following guests: Mr. apd
Mrs. Georgo Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Anderbcrg. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E.
Ericksen. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Stlehl, Mr.
and Mrs. Preston G. Peterson. Mi", ajid
Mrs. Gene Cluff. Mrs. Sam Ralle; Misses
Eva. Jones. Mina Taylor, Lcona Wilson,
Lydla Jones, Alta Taylor, Edgarda Wedg
wood, and Messrs. Dorn Schwab, Ross
Worslcy, E: G. Gonsen and Ralph Jones.
Miss ; LottJo Orwin and Miss Emma
Holdawav entertained tho mombers of the
Roo R;ty club at the home of the former
Friday evening. Four tables of 500 were
played, after which a dainty luncheon
was served. Those present were Mir. and
Mrs-. Bennett Cash. Mr. and "Mrs, Jesse
Haws. iMr. and Mrs. MlllonrBoolh, Miss
Myrtle :McEwan, Miss Sara Orwin.- Miss
Edija Tloldaway, Miss Ellth Young and
1 lyrum Richards of Salt -Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Ncls P, Markham enter
tained at a family dinner at their home
in the Sixth ward Thursday evening. Tho
dining table was decorated with a pro
fusion of ferns and carnations. After an
Informal programme refreshments were
served to the twenly-ono -guests present.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy M. Pharls of Salt
Lake City spent the past few days visit
ing in Provo, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
S. S. Jones.
Colonel and Mrs C. Yi. Loose havo re
turned from Culver, Tnd., 'where they
spent Thanksgiving with their son Dean,
who is attending- school there.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred W. Taylor have re
turned from a two months' tour of the
cast.- Dr. Taylor attended a convention
of surgeons in Now York, besides visiting
hospitals in Boston, Kochester and other'
Mr. and Mrs. Mart TT. Graham cntor
taincd with a beautifully appointed din
ner at their home last week. Chrysan
themums were used on the dining table
as a centerpiece, and place cards were
laid for Mr. and .Mrs. James Daniels, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Towle. Mr. and Mrs, Irvine
Zabrlsko, Mr. and Mrs. Archlo Thurinan.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas, Mrs. M.
A. Graham, Mrs. Manila Daniels, Miss
Sadie Graham, Miss Mary Thompson, Miss
Neva Daniels, Miss Maud Graham and
Messrs. Earl Graham, Budge Daniels,
Willis Daniels and Howard Graham.
MrK. Albert Evans pleasantly enter
tained the members or tho Kensington
club at her home Prlday afternoon. Pink
and white carnations and chrysanthe
mums were used in decorating tho rooms
and tho dining- table. Thoso present
were Mcsdamcs C- O- Chase, Dave Lew
is. O. II, Scharf, Wycroft. James Brown,
Alma Boyden, Adella Jackson, Joe Vane.
Berne "Walton. B. IT. Bower, George
Helndaleman und Alva Nelson.
Mrs. Charles M. Rcdfield entertained at
a beautifully appointed dinner at her
home in the First ward Sunday evening.
A large cut glass bowl of llowers formed
tho centerpiece on the table, where covers
wen laid for Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Ward, Mr. nnd Mrs. Heurv Blumenthal,
Mr. and Mrs W. H. Kay. Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Holladay, Mrs. Caroline Blumenthal.
Miss Pauline Schcrer. Miss Mary Brere-
ton. Miss Lottie Rcdfield, Miss Mary Mc
Bctli and Arvld Chlpman.
Tho members of the Girl Question club
were entertained Monday evening at the
home of Miss Bessie Gammon. Miss
Efllc Evans and Miss Lucllo Dunn were
guests or the club, and the members
present were Mrs. Fawn Kay, Miss Eva
Hampshire, Miss Pearl Olson, Miss Net
tle Knudson, Miss Ferris Noyes. Miss
Florence Moore and Miss Rhea Kerr.
The friends of Miss Wlnnlfrcd Davis
gathered at her home Monday evening
to celebrato tho birthday anntversay of
Miss Davis, Pink and white carnations
were used to decorate tho rooms, and an
Informal musical programme was rcn
dered, nfter which dainty refreshments
were served. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. J. IT. Davis, the Misses Flor
ence Wlmmor. "Vallorg Peterson, Myrtle
Cllnger, Myrtle Davies. Hannah Poulson,
Anna Affleck. Stella Clayton. Iv.a Hard
ing. Mary Affleck. Eva tllndmarsh, Nel
lie White. Ethel Bartln. Anna WIddlo. and
Messrs. William Affleck, Earl Ferguson,
Jack Affleck. Willis Davies. Leo Fresh
water, Peter Berlin, Mangus Poulson.
Arthur Phillips. James Berln. James
Gatherum, Harry Bcrtln, Georgo Crooks
ton and A. Huish.
A quiet homo wedding of tho post
week was celebrated at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Smith of Pleasant View
ward, when their son. Jesse, was united
In marriage to Miss Rhea Nelson of Ax
tcl. The ceremony was performed In the
presence of relatives and a few friends,
Ulshop Blrdclle Davis officiating. After
the ceremony a dainty wedding cupper
was served. Mr. and Mrs. Smith wJU
make their homo in Pleasant View.
Mr, und Mrs. John Giles celebrated
their golden wcddlrig anniversary at their
homo In the First ward Saturday night,
when thirty-five children and grandchil
dren wero present. Tho Giles homo was
beautifully decorated with autumn flow
era, and a programme was rendered. Af
terwards a delicious supper was snrved
to the guests.
Miss Wllniuth Brown, whose marriage
to Cleveland Brown of Alpine will occur
I In Salt Lako next week, was tho compli
mented guest at a miscellaneous shower
given Wednesday evening by Miss Fern
Johnson. The guests Invited to meet the
brlde-to-bc were the Misses Veda Bullock
E!lo Long. Florence Mcldruiu. Edna
Merrill, Reva Baum, Arnct Poole, Lilly
Owens, Katy Rainbow. Caroline Peterson.
Myrtle Thurgood. Marva Spencer, Hazel
Llsonbc. Erzcl Johnson. Marjorlo Llsopbe.
Mrs. Florence Salt, Mrs, Louisa Brown
und Mrs. Rena Dixon,
The N. A. T. club of th First -ward
M. I. A. was reorganized last week and
met Thursday night at tho wsird hall.
It has been decided to hold' two meetings
each month, the members taking turns In
Mr. and Mra. David Glle of Spanish
i-ork spent the past few dav In Provo
visiting relatives and friends.
Mrs. John Dixon was hostess at a din
ner party t her homo Mondav evening
V musical progvannno w;i.h one of the
'features. Vases and bowls of jilnk car-
nations were used in decorating the table,
whero covers were laid for thirty.
The Five Hundred Card club members
were entertained Tuesday evening at tho
home of Mra. W. E. Sutton. Four tables
of the gamo wero played and prizes wero
awarded to Mrs. C. W. Douglass and Alf
Miss Etta Goddard and Ezra Tanner
wero married In the Salt Lake temple
Wednesday of this wook. On Monday
evening Miss Goddard was the honored
goust at a shower given by Mra. Dave
Tho Mlssea Anna, and Mary Russell
presided over a beautifully appointed din
ner at their homo Tuesday overling, when
covers were, laid for Miss Caroline Wil
son. Miss Helen Alexander. Mlna Emma
Evans and Miss Mabel Wilcox.
Tho Bllllc club held a business meet
ing Monday night at the home of Miss
Rachel Baxter, when plans wero com
pleted for tho dancing party to be given
by the club In tho First ward social hall
next Monday night. Miss Itac Elmer
and Miss DoLForsythc of Salt Lako City
wure guests ofc the evening.
Mrs. Lcho Peck and baby daughter aro
down from Salt Lake for a week's slay
with her mother, Mrs. E. S. Goddard.
Mrs. Georgo FlUroy was hostess to
tho members of the Kensington club at
their regular meeting Wednesday after
noon. Tho rooms wero prettily adorned
with pink and white chrysanthomums,
and besides the club members th.cro wero
present Mrs. John Llerly, Mrs. Fcrrle
Decker and Mrs. T. T. Thompson. Tho
club will meet next week at the home
of Mrs. Georgo Humphrey.
Tho Utah Sorosl3 club met Wednesday
afternoon in the parlors of tho Hotel
Roberts. The foaturo of tho meeting was
tho Interesting lecturo on taxation given
by Prof. Archlo Thurman of tho Provo
city high school. Tho club will meet
next week with Mrs. Roberts.
Beautiful In every detail was tho re
ception and danco given Wednesday
night by Sir. and Mrs. Albert Jones in
honor of their fiftieth wedding anniver
sary. Tho Interesting event wa3 held In
tho Second ward meeting house, which
was beautifully decorated. A color
echemo of gold and white predominated,
festoons of gold and white being seen
everywhere, while vases of fragrant pink
and whltii carnntlons were gracefully ar
ranged throughout the large room. At
one end of tho hall a beautiful canopy
of blue and gold was arranged, under
which the couplo stood to rocclvo their
gucats. Assisting them In receiving were
Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Mc Adams, who
officiated no best man and bridesmaid,
respectively. Tho attendants were al
most ninety yens old and enjoyed the
hpnor of their position Intensely. A pro
gramme was given, an Interesting feature
of which was an original song composed
and sang by tho brother of the host, S.
S. Jones. The honored host and hostess
were the recipients of many beautiful
gifts. During tho evening dancing was
enjoyed; a dainty luncheon was served.
Ono hundred and fifty guests wero pres
ent during tho evening.
Tn honor of (he marrlago of their
daughter. Miss Etta. Goddard, to Ezra
Tanner of Payton, which was solemnized
Wednesday in the Salt Lako temple. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry W. Goddard entertained
with a beautifully appointed wedding re
ception at their home In the Sixth ward
last evening. The rooms were very pret
tily decorated for tho Interesting occa
sion. Tn tho dining room a dainty color
scheme of pink and white was exclusively
carried out. Vases and bowls of chrys
anthemums In tho prevailing colors wero
used In tho room and on tho beauti
fully appointed dining table, whero an
claborato wedding dinner was served. A
wedding cake formed the centerpiece of
tho table and vnses of the flowers were
also used. In tho parlor bluo and white
was used with pretty effect. The bride
was charming In an exquisite wedding
gown of palo blue crepe do chine with
bead trimmings. During tho evening
about seventy-five relatives and friends
were present and they wero the Recipi
ents of many beautiful presents. Mr,
and Mrs. Tanner will leave tomorrow
for Payson, where they will reside.
Mrs. T. P. Mussor of Salt Lake City
will visit for oomo tlmo In Provo, tho
guest of Mrs. C. E. Loose.
Mrs. J. W. Stlehl will spend the fore
part of next week In Salt Lako City, the
guest of Mrs. Ariol Cardon.
Mrs. A. 31. Malben was hostess at a
delightful affair at her home last even
ing, when she entertained tho mombcra
of the Thursday Night Whist club. Pink
and white chrysanthemums wero artist
ically used throughout tho rooms. Five
tables of whist were played. Mrs. J. B.
Ashton was awarded tho first prize and
Fred Mooro won the second prlzo, Tho
club will moot next week wHhMra. G.
Mrs. R. R. Irvine. Jr., spent Wednes
day In Salt Lake City.
Mrs. R. L. Farrcll entertained tho
ladles of the Bon ITeur club at tho home
of her. mother, Mrs. Georgo Naylor; on
East Center street, yesterday afternoon.
Bridge was the fcaturo of tho afternoon
and tho prize was won by Mrs. Clarence
Erlckson. Tho members present were
Miss Alta Taylor, Miss Eva Jonos, Mrs.
Gene Cluff, Mra. Clarence Erlckson, Mrs.
Kphraim Cluff, Mrs. George Hansen, Mrs.
P. G. Peterson. Mra. Sam Rallc. Mrs.
Fred Richmond, Mrs. It. L. Anderberg
and Mrs. J. W. Stlehl.
LOGAN. Dec. 7. On Saturday last Mrs.
C, G. Smith entertained a number of
guests in a most novel and dollghtful
way. Tho party left Logan on the 3
o'clock car and enjoyed the ride to Smith
field. On arriving the guests wero taken
to tho hotel, where bridge was played.
At G o'clock tho ladles' escorts arrived,
and supper was served. The tablo was
decorated with geranium blossoms. The
prize at brldgo was awarded Mrs. Hor
aco Ncbeker. On returning to Logan
tho party finished tho evening with
dancing at the Auditorium.
Ono of tho largest and most delightful
affairs of the week was the dancjng
party given hy tho Wobyca society of
the B. Y. college Saturday evening. The
party was given In tho gymnasium room
at the college, which was artistically
decorated for the occasion. An orches
tra furnished n programme of delightful
music and the Invited guests were: The
Clio circle and escorts, tho A. C. Wo
man's club and escorts, the A. C. Wo
man's Faculty league and their escorts,
tho Harvard club, and a number of spe
Thu annual dinner given by tho men
of the St. John's church took placo Fri
day evening at tho Eagle cafe. All the
appointments wore beautifully carried
ouc and about thirty guests were pres
ent. Richard Slmes was toostmoster, and
responses to toasts wero given bv Bishop
Spalding of Salt Lako, J. C. Waltera, J.
E. Shepard, F. R. Arnold and Harry
Miss Lornell Toombs entertained four
teen of her friends at her homo Thurs
day evening. Tho time was spent In
playing progresslv games. Refreshments
wore served lator In tho evening.
A wedding of interest was that of Miss
Lettlo Cole and Charles IT. Sorensen,
which took plnco Wednesday. Imme
diately after th marrlago, a wedding
breakfast was served ut the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Cole Tho long tabic was beautifully
adorned In keeping with the nvent. Three
cut-gla6S baskets filled with pink and
white La France rosos formed the cen
ter decoration. Extending from the bask
ets wore streamers of pink and white
ribbons running to the comers of the
table.' Beautiful place cards marked
places for twenty-five- guests. Mr. and
Mrs. Sornsen left Thursday for Cali
fornia, where they will spend their
honeymoon, returning later to make their
home in Salt Lake,
Mlstf Wlnnlfred Smith and MJos Lottie
Stevensen entertained a number of their
friends at a delightful kenslngton Satur
day arternoon at the New Jersey acad
emy. Potted plants adorned tho rooms,
and a dainty luncheon -was served.
The Brlgham Younj company of the
Daughters of tho PIonecr met Thursday
with Airs. Joseph Monell. Mrs. C. W.
Potter gavo an Interesting paper on the
ancient pioneers, and Miss Dora Wright
continued tho topic on tho life of Brlg
ham Young. Refreshments wero served.
An interesting meeting of the A. O
Woman's club was held Monday at the
homo of Mrs. Horaco Ncbeker. Tho
topic for tho arternoon was "Julia Franco
and Her Times," tho book review nnd a
ahort paper on Its a.uthor, Gertrude
Alhcrton. waa dellghtrully given by Mrs.
Rodah Cook. Final arrangements were
discussed for tho charity ball, which will
tako placo Monday evening. Tea was
served by the hostess at the conclusion
of tho programme. Tho next, meeting
will bo held January C at tho homo of
Mrs. B. G. Thatcher.
The Clio circle mot Wednesday with
Mrs. C. G. Smith. Mm. Will Morrcll. who
had charge of tho programme, gave a
paper on Maxim Gorki nnd his drama.
"A Night's Lodging." Miss Zclla Smart
road, In her usual charming manner, tho
drama, at tho conclusion of Mrs. Mor
rell's instructive papor. Refreshments
were sorved by tho hostess.
A number of Invitations havo been re
ceived In Logan lo tho ball to bo given
by Mrs. JackotUt McCuno Greene. Mrs.
Donald S. Campbell and Miss . Mlgnon
Denhaller at the A. W. McCuno home
on North Mo.ln otroct, In Salt Lake,
Wednesday 'evening, December 11.
MIG3 Ida Savage haa roturncd from a
pleasant week's slay In Salt Lako.
Bishop SpjUdlng lias been spending the
week In Logan, a gxieat of tno Rev. Mr.
I Jones of St. John's church.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Lanihorg of Dcn
vor wero Logan visitors Thursday and
Mrs, J. E. Shepard wag hostess at a
delightful dinner party at her homo Tues
day evening. Covers were laid for six
Mrs Richard Slmls entertained at din
ner Thursday evening In honor of Bishop
Spalding of Salt Lake.
Mrs. Frederick Clark was hostess
Wcdnerday evening at another delightful
dinner party In honor of Bishop Spalding.
Mrs. F. O. Reynolds spent tho early
part of tho week In Salt Lake,
Mrs. V. H. Bartlett. who spent the
past six woeks visiting with Mr. and
Mrs A.. M. Fleming, returned Monday
to her home In Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Ariel Cardon nnd Utile
6on have returned to their homo In
A pleasant party was given Friday
evening In tho Second ward chapel In
honor of Mr. Hammond, who leaves
shortly for New Zealand.
Mrs. Emily Curtis haa returned from
a pleasant visit in Salt Lako and Ogden.
E. E. Alnscough of Alborta, Can
ada, spent Friday and Saturday with
relatives In Logan. Mr. Alnscough Is on
his way lo. Germany, whero he expects
lo spend the next year.
, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Franklin of
'Salt Lake are visiting with friends In
Mlaa Dora Wrlg-ht. returned Tuesday
from a pleasant visit at tho J. D. Spencer
home In Salt Lake.
Mrs, Lyman Hyde lias returned to her
home In Salt Lake, after a pleasant visit
with her mother, Mrs. John T. Calnc, Jr.
Mrs. Zlna Y. Card and son Rcga or
Salt Lake spent the wock. with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Calne HI. are
visiting with Salt Lake relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Holt and chil
dron havo returned to their homo In
M.r. and Mrs. A. B. HartWell ot To
ronto, Canada, spent -tho week end In
RICHFIELD. Dec 7. Miss Florence
Homo entertained at a "kid" parly on
Friday. Children's games wero played
and songs sung and altogether a very
dollghtful tlmo was had. A delicious
luncheon was served to tho following
.guests: Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Gledhll). Mr.
nnd Mrs. ,E. A. Foutz, Mr. and Mrs.
George Polorson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton
Poulson, Mr, and Mr3. W. Hornc. Mrs.
Lorln Oldroyd, Mrs. Maudo Graham, Mrs.
Mabel Lvxson, Miss M. E. Ross, Miss
Lydla Bean, Miss Maize Beal, James
Anderson, E. W. Tate, Jodie Beau, Roy
Barton and Aaron Hornc.
Mrs. Charles Skougaard entertained the
primary officers of the Second ward on
Monday evening and tho following guests
were shown a verv nice time: Mra. G.
A. Beal. Mrs. Vlrglnlus Bean, Mrs. Al
fred Bird. Mrs. R. Scogmiller. Mrs. W. H.
Seegmillcr, Mrs. Sam Chldestor and the
Misses Vio Ross, Ada Thurbcr, Meta
Anderson. Iona Chrlstonsen, Arlecna
Parker, Eva Larson, Vclma Young and
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Wilson of Salt
Lako wore visitors at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. Claud II. Mclntyro of this city
Miss Iona Chrlstcnson entertained at a
party on Friday night, and tho following
guests were entertained In a delightful
way: The Misses Ada Thurbcr. Edna
Thurbcr. Irelta Clark. Allcen Bean. Vlo
Ross, Bertha Anderson. Thamlnle Ma
lour, Hazel Anderson. Pauline Christian
sen, Mildred Ence, Velma Nebckor, Irct
ta Hansen, Elitho Peterson. Pearl Or
rock. Jennie Levitt, Mela Anderson and
Mrs. H. C- Larson entertained at din
ner on Thursday and the following guests
were present: Mr. and Mrs. John Han
sen, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Barnes, Mrs. Y.
Lee and the Misses Cortell, Odeklrk,
Maurlno Lee. LaPreal Larson. Phylis
Larson, nnd Masters LaMar Larson, Er
vlnc Larson and Grant Larson,
Mrs. James Edwards entertained at
dinner on Sunday at six, and tho rollow
ing guests enjoyed Mrs. Edwards's ex
cellent cooking! Mr. and Mrs. IL W.
Ramlosc, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis. Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Noyes. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Poulson, Mr. and Mrs. Payne and
Mr and Mrs. Sim Larson ontertalned
the following guests at a very delicious
dinner on Monday- Miss Clara Rnmlosc.
Miss Ella Nellson, Mlsa Rind Larson,
Mrs. Kate Werry. Mies Ellthc Peterson.
Miss Edna Larson and tho family.
Miss Lutetla Gray was a Richflela
visitor on Sunday.
Mrs, W. A. Seegmlller entertained at
dinner on Sunday afternoon and the fol
lowing guests wero present: Mr. and
Mrs, Vlrglnlus Bean, Mr. and Mra. John
Ross, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hanson and
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Peterson.
Mrs. Hans Nellson entertained at din
ner on Thursday. The following are the
guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hansen, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hcndrlckson, Ir. and Mrs. James
Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ence, Mr. and
Mrs. John Ence. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen
scn from Dixie. James Ogden won the
first prize nnd Mrs. James Edwards won
the consolation prize.
Mr, and Mrs. E. E. Hoffman enter
tained at dinner on Thursday. Thoy were
assisted by Miss Mabel Morrison. A cut
glass bowl upon a crystal plateau filled
with autumn fruits formed the epergne.
The dining room was dccorat6d In chry
santhemums and plumoso. The follow
ing guests enjoyed the dinner or eight
courses: Mr. and Mrs. Malmsteln. Miss
Edith Wa)kcr and Miss Zlta Donahoe.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Woodhouse took
a crowd of frlondw over to Monroe
springs In their car on Wednesday. The
following were the party; Miss Dot
Wright, Miss Edith Walker, Mrs. Mabel
Woolley and R- D. Hall.
Stanley Ramloso and Fletcher Nellson
haxn returned after a two weeks' atay
Tho teachers of the grade schools have
returned from tho teachers' Institute
which was held in Salt Lake the past
' Mlsa Ella Nolleon returned from Salt
Lake on Monday.
Mrs. Orson Munson and Mrs. Jack Ro
lands of Marysvalo visited In this city
Miss Violet Lundgroen was a guest
at the homo of Mr. and Mra. Walter
Gloaves on Wednesday at Vermillion.
Mr. und lira. William Roy Hornc enter-,
talned on Wednesday evening in .honor of
their fifth wedding anniversary and a
very, delightful tlmo was had by the
followlrig guests: 'Mr. and Mrs. J.
Stelnor. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lowls. Mr.
and Mrs. T. It. Glcdhlll. Mr. and Mrs
George A. Beal, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. .Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Clark.
iMr. and Mrs1. Alex Morrison, Mr. ana
Mrs. W. W. Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Hawlcy, Mr. and Mrs. C . T. Haws,
Mr. und Mrs. J. L. Qulsl, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. U. A.
Foul, Mrs. Mary A. Blitho. and the
Missus Lydla Bean. Nettle Hawlcy, Ed
na Chrlsteneen, Elvira Chrlntensen. Nell
Hean. C'lar.1 Haws. Dean Stelnor and the
Masters Byron llawley, Jack Chrlston
sen, Jack Storing. Jodie Ban James
Anderson, Edward Tale, A. N. Morrison.
Florlan Morrison. Mrs. TJorne was as
sisted by tho Misses 'Hawlcy and Flor
Mrs. Llovd Hamreu entertained' at an
Informal party Wednesday evening. Her
guests wero the members of the E.manono
club and a few of her Intimate friends.
Mrs. Hamrcn was assisted by Mrs. 1c
tor Thurman, and delicious refreshments
were served to the following hwilea: Mrs.
A. L. Woodhouse. Mrs. Charles Iicpplcr,
Mm, Jnmes Christiansen. Mrs. Mary
Christiansen, Mrs. Earl Thompson.. Mrs.
J. J. Haves. Mrs. Mabel Wooley, Miss
Zlta Donahoe, Miss Dot Wright. Miss
Edith Walker. Mlsn Hazel Baker and
Miss Ella Nellson.
MIhs Do Vera Orroclt entertained at
dinner for Harvey Bailey on Sunday and
tho following guests enjoyed the dinner
and evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
John Orrock: Harvey Bailey. Ml63, Do
vera. Mlns Henrietta Lund and Laurenco
Mrs. A. W. Sorenson was surprised on
Wednesday afternoon by tho following
guests, who spent the afternoon and had
dinner at C o'clock: Mr. and Mrs. Joe
"Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlc3 Ileppler and Mr.
and Mrs. P. Peterson.
Thursday evening the members of the
Sunday school and parents' class and
many other offlccrn were entertained by
tho ofHccrs of the Sunday school and
parents' class in Central and many Rlch
fieldlana were In attendance and all no
Joyed tho lunch and games.
Marrlago licenses wero issued to the
following young people: L. S. Ander
ton of Monroe and Miss Isabella Robin
son of Joseph; Roland Robinson of Mon
roe and Miss Llllle Nellson of Elslnoro.
Albert Johnson and Mlsa Elvira Elizabeth
Sarah Nellson were married In tholr
homo town by Bishop Hcbcr C. Chrlnten
scn. Mlsn Vllato Hawloy enlort'alncd at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Roy Home
on Thursday evening. Tho following
guests were present: Miss La Preal Lar
son, Ml3 Maude Erlckson. Miss Luolla
Hansen, Miss Colleen Oldroyd. Miss Elsie
Oldroyd. Miss May Greenwood and Miss
Tho members of Ihc socond-year do
mestic science class will entertain the
students of the Sevier high school on Fri
day evening at a "kids" party.
PARK CITY. j
PARK CITY, Dec. 7. Tlio regular
mooting of tho Woman's Athenaeum was
held Monday afternoon at the homo of
Mra. C. L. Martin, who read the only
paper of the day, choosing . as a sub
ject, "Scott as a Novelist." The next
meeting will he held Monday, Decem
ber 9, with Mrs. Hagar.
Mrs. Julius FYankei entertained tho
members of the Flvo Hundred Card club
at her home on Park avenue Saturday
Miss Agnes Lusty very . pleasantly onter
talned tho members oY Iho Evening Card
club Thursday evening at tho homo of
her sister. Mrs. O. C. Lockhart. The
prizes wore awarded to Mrs. G. E.
Hedges and Julius Frankel. - The mom
bcrs present wero Messrs. and Mcsdames'
Frankel. Hedges. Short,- MeEwan, Brown
ing, Forslund, Whitney, Allen and Mrs.
Mrs. O. C. Lockhart has returned to
Park City arter an absenco of several
woeks spent In Salt Lake.
Miss Hannah Lecompt entertained the
members of tho Whist club Monday even
ing at her homo on Park avenue. Be
sides the members the following invited
guests were present; The Misses Jennie
Meagher, Anna Hansen, Jcannette Han
sen and Julia Hurley.
Tho Pythian Sisters' Birthday club wjls
pleasantly entertained Friday evening at
the home of Mrs. Fred Trlgonna on Park
The Misses Tcssio McLaughlin and Lo
nora Hurley returned to Salt Lake Sun
The members of the Daughters of Re
bekah gave a surprlso party on Mrs.
Arthur Hooper, who leaves soon to make
her home In Nevada. The lady was pre
sented with a very pretty silver berry
Tho Misses Theresa QuJnn and Eleanor
Wright returned lo their homes In Park
City Sunday morning after-a week spent
In Salt Lake.
Dr. J. J. Galllgan has returned to Salt
Lake after a short time spont with rela
tives in Park City.
Miss Edna Hlrshlser returned home
Sundav morning, after a, short visit in
Miss Edna Sutton returned home Wed
nesday morning, after a delightful six
wcck3 spent In California, Arizona and
Miss Ethel Hales has returned to Lo
gan lo resume her studies at the Agri
Frasor Buck, a. student of the Agricul
tural college, spent the Thanksgiving
vacation with his paronta, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Buck.
Mrs. E. J. Bcggs entertained Informal
ly Thursday evening at her homo on
Miss Winnie Jdpnings has returned to
Salt Lako to resume her studies at the
University of Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman returned from
Salt Lake Tuesday., morning, r
Mr. 'and Mrs. Chris Anderson enter
tained at their homo Frida'v evening In
honor of their seventh wedding anniver
sary. A number of friends were present
and a pleasant time was onJoyecL
Leo Shields spent Sunday In the Park
A reception was given Tuesday even
ing In tho L. D. S. church for Paul
Stromness, who lias Just returned from
Norway, where he has been doing mis
Miss Delia Rasband of Provo has been
visiting with relatives In Park City.
Miss Elizabeth Martin returned to
Coalville Monday morning, nfter spend
ing the Thanksgiving vacation with her
mother, Mrs. Peter Martin.
Mrs. Thomas McDonald entertained
tho S. W. P. M. club at her homo Tues
day afternoon. A pleasant time was en
joyed and dainty refrshmcnts wore
served by the hootoss.
Tho ladles of the M. E. church aro
preparing to have a bazar at the church
Monday afternoon and evening, and re
freshments will be served. A small ad
mission fee will bo charged.
Thursday was K. O. . T. M. day and
tho ladles of tho ParlcCitv hive enter
tained In honor of the event at Society
hall. There was dancing, cards and
refreshments, and a royal good time was
enjoyed by all.
Mlos Ezma ' Lowls has ' returned to
school in Provo.
Jerome Beaugard of. Bingham was the
guest of Henry Sptiggs Monday.
C. E. Hetterherg left Tuesday after
noon for-Cincinnati to visit his mother.
Mrs. E. j. BeggB left Friday afternoon
for Ely. Nev,. to visit with her brother,
James Lockh.arU '
Crover Evans Is over from 3onIla,
Stoma Matt left for'' Phoenix. Arte.
Tuesday ,artcnioon. .Mr. PJalt will spend
the holidays with nla parents at that
Ruby Ctishlng visltod. In the Park sev
eral days, a guest ut the homo of Mr.
and Mra, y. D, Lewis.
RPiniTAr CITY, Dec. 7. The silver
wfdd ?g of ' Mr T and' Mrs. Nleolal Nielsen
was celebrated at tho Nielsen homo on
North Main street Monday even ng. a
feature of tho celebration was the bU
wedding dinner orved. During tho
evening refreshments wero served ,mu
games wero lndulgod In. Among those
present wore Mr. and Mrs .T P. Laiaen.
Mr, and Mra. Hans Ogaanl Mr. and M)..
Crls Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Incr Ras
inuscen, Mr. and Mrs. Lud. Olson. Mi.
and Mrs. Marina Rosmussen. Mr. and
Mrs. James Moosmnn, Mr. "ml, air.-. -"V
M. Nelson, ilr. and Mrs. Claud pakr.
Boulder: Mrs. Amanda Glcerup, Misses
Sylvia Glcerup, Blanche Baker, Florence
Nielsen and Edmund Nielsen,
Tho reunion of tho' Wright family was
held In this city during tho week, at
which many member:; of tho family or tno
late Jonathan C. Wright were present
from parts of northern Utah and south
ern Idaho. The festivities were held at
tho homo of Mr and Mrs. Brlgham
Wright, and among. r.hosi In attendance
wero Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa Evans, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius WTrIght. Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Ensign. Mrs. Amy Wright, Mr. and
Jlt'j. Alphonzo Nolson. of this city: Mr
and Mrs. R. M, Wright and, famllv of
Ogden: Mrs. Amoa Wright and Mlsa Inca
Wright of Bennington, Ida.
Mlsn Mary Balrd was tho recipient of
a carofully planned surprlso Tuesday
evening at her home. Sho was recently
released as an officer In tho Young La
dles Mutual Improvement association of
tho First ward, after having served for
manv years. Many friends were present
at Iho social, and a delightful time was
spent. Refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lowo enter
tained at dinner Saturday evening In
honor of Dr. and Mrs. William Ward of
S3lt Lako City. Mrs. Wanl Was the
guest of Mrs. Lowo during the week.
Miss Eustano Knudson entertained at
cards Thursday evening at her home on
First East street.
Mr. and Mrs. James Knudson enter
tained at dinner ono day early In tho
Miss Rosotta Nelson of this city and
J. E. Robhlns of Snowvlllo were united
In marrlago In this city Monday even
ing. Bishop Thomas II. Blackburn offi
ciated. The brldo Is tho daughter of Mr.
and Mra. N. J. Nelson.
D. B. Miller of Maryland 3pcnt Thurs
day In Brlgham City.
Mr. and Mrs. James Knudson and
daughter Eustano spent two dayo of the
week In Salt Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Hoopes spent
Thursday In Salt Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Bowrlng re
turned Sunday evening from a visit of
several days with relatives in Salt Lake
CharleF E. Packer of Salt Lake spent
Sunday In this city, tho guest of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Jacobsen.
Miss Dora Johnson of Springvillo was
the guest of Miss Eustane Knudson sev
eral days during the week just past.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lisle- Eddy were the
guests of Mr. and Mr3. David Mataon
of Ogden on Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Olsen spent a
part of tho week visiting frlcnda in
J. P. Coroy of Ogden spent Thursday
In this city.
Mrs. Jj. W, Peck of Oregon wqe the
guest of her brothers, J. A, and S. C.
Wlxom, during the past week.
Mls3 Inez WrJght of Bennington. Ida.,
has been the guest of Miss Mallnda
Wright, for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Jensen of Og
den wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ellas
Jenspn a day or two.
J. D. Call spent Saturday In Salt Lake
City vl3ltlng friends.
.Mr. .and Mra. Fred Kolley have re
turned to this city to make tholr homo
hero for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. David O. Stohl were
down from their home In Idaho and vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Stohl a few
MURRAY. Dec. 7. Laura Rompf and
Fred Brecdlcvo were quietly married at
Salt Lake Monday afternoon.
Lawrence Johnson, who has spent tho
past year at Richfield. Is hero to spend
iho winter with his parents.
The primary officers of tho First ward
gave a bundle shower Monday evening
In compliment to Miss Cambalyno Erek
son. Vcrna L- Wright of Mill Creek and J.
Percy Goddard of Salt Lake City were
joined In wedlock at the Salt Lake tem
ple Wednesday at noon.
Mrs. Orson Hansen entertained friends
from Garfield last Friday .afternoon.
Tho bishopric of Taylorsvlllo ward
gave a successful danco in the amuse
ment hall Friday evening.
Miss Verncll Moody and Arthur Ga
boon of Doseret were the guests of Miss
Nina Scott Sunday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wright were tho
recipients of a pleasant surprise, last
Friday evening, tho occasion being Mrs.
Miss Cambalyno Erckson and Walter
Wright, both of this city, wero married
at tho Salt Lake tomplo Wednesday.
Byron Mumford, who has been visiting
relatives In East Mill Creek for some
time, lias returned to his home In Wyo
ming. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Wootton of
Benjamin were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Wootton of Butler ward.
Mrs. Mary Howard has returned from
American Fork, after visiting friends for
A wedding dance was given Thursday
evening In the Holllday amusement hall
In honor of Miss Mabel Stevenson and
Mrs. F. H. Mlllor was pleasantly sur
prised at her homo In Mill Creek this
week, it being her birthday.
Miss Kathleen Bagley, who has been
attending school at Ogden, spent the past
week with her parents.
Miss Vcrna Graham entertained friends
at supper Sunday evening at her home
In Brlnton ward. Covers wero laid for
Dr. Marshall of M!d'ale has gone cast
for a few weeks' vacation, during which
tlmo he will visit his old home.
I MOUNT PLEASANT. I
! , i
MT, PLEASANT, Dec. 7. The social
event of this week was the wedding of
Miss Lizzlo Walker and Bazll Madsen on
'lhursday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs
L,1?(n:XIa,lson' 31snon H -c:" Jai:obs Per
forming the ceremony. The brldo wore
a gown or white mossallne. Tho homo
nn bWiu,J,y tlecorate 'or the occa
sion, Arter tho ceremony a largo din
ner was given. The following miosis
FW.VAfSfT:n r?Sr Vid Mesdames
SSl t T TJ C Jor(len. Alonzo
-Madbeii. I. Z. Jorgensdn, George Mad
sen, Glen Monk. M. A. BoYdem C. IT
v-?0, Christiansen X tL
Fowler, Nels Rolfsen. C. Rassmusson
W u'rartor Vr- aitck,M' Clonahan
ri ' VJirte George Brown. Ida Fecher
WrUrT Br' RuUl rolfsen, Gladys
T oW Mnrfcnn" at rov: Epyhis Madsen!
Kola Madsen. Messrs. Ornus Wav. Frank
Love, Alex Bumsldes and Mr. Walkbr.
On Tuesday, tho Home Cultun. Huh
was , delightfully entertained by Mrs Ed
belSngpST. h0tCl ,1,netei1 m-
trir"nd. Mrs',F- c- -Tcnsen and daugh
i,c". sPent a short tlmo In Spring City
Vr, S?,r,QnsZn on WedneMIav.
Sundl'v f,i,e Bcluinann returned on
Mlsa Florence Wooley Icavca today for
I Salt Lako after apeiidlnp Jmb
In Mt. Pleasant. "e Sa7t(
Dr. and Mrs. n. p v.. mfcfr
delightful dinner partv'on in!aM
lng In honor of Mrs. Mnt2lUfQB!S
Whlttaker of nlt Lak" w
Mrs. W. H. Carter nt'vi. , flP,
of her mother. M Z&m$
Mr. and Mro. Boyden nt mfr
this week in Mount .?f Jl. ?
to attend the veddln SfB? 'nlm1
Tho girls of the O. w iT
entorlalncd this week by jjjj' jjjSji
Mr. and IUru. F. C. Jeni Wk
tho Wasatch faculty ln hft'llW
Laughlln of Salt Lake at aSjfo
Word conufi from Los t. . -mffi
marrlago or Mlsa Rhoda Nl6ir!$BEi
or Mount Pleasant, on gJMffl
Raymond Head 0r Bakoranold '"jMi
will make their home. MlV, V?Bft
sMs.C M0,,l,t PkaBan mVjttJ
Mrs. C. N. Sorenson wu viRp
dinner on 1. rlday evonlniv i"t$m
enjoying her hospitality, "Ty"
Mrs. Evan Johnson rctumliE
home ln Ephralm on "WedtiMxP
spending two woeks with reJaK
Mrs. Ncpht Chrlstcnson n,S!
surprised by her relatives onfWil
day tho early part or the'2Br
handsome presents wero glvantHIS
Ilcloua nupper was carved ML.
EUREKA, Dec. r.-Mra"Tflfi
vlello and daughter of Salt limtZ
have been tho guests or Tlnlls?HB
returned, homo this xrtek. WSi
Miss Olive "Vyetlerstrom 'H?1
been visiting with her pareiliB
Mrs. August Wotterstrom, i,iSq
Salt Lako this week to --
Tho Ladies Socialist club Trtafe
danco at the Elks pavilion sP'
Wednesday evening. S&
Kirk Grlgg3 or Beatrice. JtoMfft
guest or tho family or his i fcrothfct;
Mrs. Roy Myers Is, TiEltJnr 'ifc'
sister. Mrs. Chlpman, at ABiufal?
Judge D. A. Lindsay rctoSRf
week, arter spending severai-iiBLi
Salt Lake, Ogden and Nephl.'Vj!
A leap year dance ,wa3 tdtuK
Elks pavilion on Tuegdaf tyMTh I
Mesdames Kalo Dariou, LtiitmSi
ling and Lucille Gough. Th &M
was largo and an enjoyablo eraMi
Mrs. Walter ITamcl was callei&i
walha, Utah, this week beauH
accident which her husband lmt
while at work In one or tli tmmti
at that place- On Mondav elK
members or ' tho ladles auxlUirE
Western Federation ot TJJntri JEi
a pleasant farewell party In
mol's honor, the afTalr belnsiB'
the homo or Mrs S. M. StidH?
large number of ladles attendtdiBL
a most enjoyable time. DnrinfMP
part of tho evening tli'ero wai efli'it
ing and later a splendid 1UCH
Miss Catc3. one of the putiiHp
teachers, Is visiting with herbrnK't
Cates, at Mercur. Br
Mrs. Frank Garrlly rehimti.'iK
day, after a vlnlt wllh friends MY
City and Salt Lake.
Miss Claire Camp, formerir-jH
at tho KnlghtvSUc school,- tojH
a visit litis week.
John A. McDonald and hliH
Miss- May McDonald, left Mll
Niagara Falls, N. Y., Rlic?e';B
visit tor a few Weeks .beforirjB
to their. Homo in Alcx&ndTU,K
Whll9 hero they were tlia suffB
and Mrs. Angus McDonald. :K
"Bat" Sullivan, a former'fyHB
Eureka, dropped Into town' dn:gy
day. He stopped over here fojKv
'days' stay with friends wh!'1Mf.
to South Dakota from his horasWJ,
The members of Tlntic fc4Bf
Free and Accepted Masons, IwHl
clal meeting last Saturday, ctuIH
lng as their guests some of'flML,
lodge officers. The .Master Mt
greo was conferred upon a caa&K
the splendid manner In whlch:IK
waa handled by John F. R'jHU
(ul master, and other officer! fla
cal lodge elicited favorabI( 4K.'
from the grand master. whOSiR
Is lo see that the officers of alUt
In tho jurisdiction are perforaP
work ln a proficient niariner.."BP
tho Initiation thero was a tpIfljB
ciuot, at which the grand Toaft
members of the local lodge- fjHp
Masons were seated. Brief K
mode by the visitors and PronB"
sons of Tlntic. The grand louv
present wore: Grand Master CJB!
Provo. Senior Grand Warden JMF
Ml. Pleusant. Junior Gran4e.
Shealey of Salt Lake end
shal Griggs of Eureka.
Tho members of the Entrj. Sg
erary club held an Interfile? m
at tho homo of Mrs. L F. Go HjB..
day afternoon. In answering Mfl
call tho club members Fc.SBfi:
frorn'the plav "Macbeth." andi
cusslon following miestlons WJ
the same play wero answered T;
meeting of tho club will be ""jl
of Mrs. C. E. Huish ono wees 'KPI
Mr3. T G. Hanson left on
Salt Lake and after sP.eiA1
weeks there she Intends to 50 Jm
fornla. Previous to her depjrtjm
was tendered a pleasant Jw;
somo of hor lady friends, Ui a W
programme including card P'NjJWjr
splendid luncheon. Several wm
progressive brldgo were P'"1-,
prize was won by Mrs. VfwO
Thoso present were: Wk
Doty. Blight. Billings, GriftVjK?
Tomllnson. Haynes, LI''.tni
Drlscoll, Dickenson, Thlriot,
Frances McChrystal. lllfj
Mre. S. H. Buckley cntcrtalnrfM.
ber of friends last Frldnv
and Mrs. Van Wratklns being m.
men ted guests. Tho Pr?,r1
overling included a sP''iMii
On Sunday evening Mrs. Fran m V,
entertained in honor of JMn
Watkins, serving a niCe -euPP" ?
a number of friends. v
The Rev. Mr. McCorailcK mj
been in cliargo of the ihtWii
here for the last few nMy
week for Salt Lake.
Uoved by the Rev. Mr. OGraai,
Miss Nelllo B. HulBh f JA'mF
hero this week for a vielt wu
Mr3. C. E. Huish. .
Mr. Rnd Mrs. Young e"1
leap year supper, fo? "I'm Mv
last Tuesday, covers belnt, '.jMt
Mrs. L. A. Miner has e"7flMP.
friends at Nephl. Mona
during the past two weK5VfrrMf
tlmo In these cities while
attending to legal business 31 M
BCMrs. T. D. Sullivan "M?
day evening after spending
at the capital. Ak
Mrs. James P. Drlscoll "MC
last Sunday evening afie r ki
visit with friends at JZM
Could Shout for J6y'"
"I want to thank y
torn of my heart,'' wrote
of Lewisburw W, J,a'T ' 10f
derful double benefit 1 fiSmL
trie Bitters in curm? nliWv
vero case of stomach t
rhoamaiisni, fram woi.n j Sto
almost helpless- ier.c.rn,S X
It suited my case as o"fBgMh
for mo." For vfP,Ksuiff.'
nauudico. and to rid " 5,li
ney poisons that cause
Electric Bitters have no '"JJMS
thorn. Every botUo if
satisfy. Only 50 cents p