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I ' wof the Socieij W&rlm
EKT has not interfered seriously
I with the larger social happen
I j ins of the winter, for a brisker
week in ironorul society matters
Hj than the one just ended would be hard
to find. The oho preat event in offi
cial circles, Sun event which was a credit
to all who had anything to do with
its management, was the inaugural ball.
The juuior prom came in the same
week, and besides these two evening
affairs there were numerous others of
pleasant memory, even though not ao
large or so gorKcous as these. The
great social and literary affair of the
H rear, thc-Ladies' Literary club break
fast, was the one Important daytime
Hj event, and it was one of moro than
Hi nsuul interest- It marked in all prob
Hfj ability tho end of entertaining outside
the club's own domain, as hereafter
Hj the entertainments will bo given with
HB in tho walls of the new building.
Hf Luncheons and dinners havo filled the
1 time, with even a friendly tea here
Hfi and there, despite the rigid rule oi
Hj the penitential season.
- s APTAIX and Mrs. George Hes
ton Estes, the newest arrivals at
Fort Douglas, will be tho guests of
honor thia afternoon at a tea at tho
Hl home of the commanding officer of the
post, Colonel and Mrs. Irons having
asked tho army people and some friends
g from, town in to welcome them. The
HI hours aro from 4 to 0 and Mrs. Irons
will be assisted in ontcrtaining by Mrs.
HI "William S. Graves, Mrs. Harry L. Jor-
dan, Mrs. John Do Witt, Mrs. T. K.
Hi Ilarker and Mts. A. W. Foreman. Cap
HI taiQ anu" rs lister havo been visiting
Hf friends in the south during the past
t k weeks or so enjoying a leave of
absenco after a term of service at
Hf West Point, where Captain Estes was
HE military ioFtrnctor. Mrs. Estes in a
Hfi sister of Mrs.. Irons and is one of the
attractive young army matrons who has
belonged to tho same regiment beforo,
Hg po that she will greet many old friends
H at this afternoon's affair.
H j T? LLIS WRETER, the younger son of
H 31 yr, and Mrs. J. C. Wcetcr, who
H is at school in Culver Military academy,
has been chosen :is one of the military
H r-i-ort of Culver boys to accompany
H ; Vice President Marshall to Washing-
H i ton for the inaugural ceremonies. This
H ; i? tho first lime the vico president of
HI lio uutiou has been, accorded a mili-
H tarv escort, and it is a distinct compli-
Hl neni to Culver that it has beoJi cbo&'on
HI frf.iii among the military schools of thq
l ouulry to supply such an oscort. A.
H rumber of Suit Unite boys have attand-
HjjSj f J ( ulver and they are justly proud
Hf lIll kouor su,-'iordcd their school.
I Among thom aro Bruce Wedgwood, now
HI a liputcnnnt in the Eleventh infantry;
H T'TrWiok Boyd, Morris Androws and
H; ot; er
H lho uoming week there are two
H a affairs which are of more than or-
H -Unary interest socially tho cotillion at, j
Hp Fort Dougla nasi Friday evening be-'
Jj ing oue tov.-ard which the officers and I
ladies of tho post and their friends from
Hf town aro lookiug as a most delightful
H pvent of tho winter. Tho affair is to
KG be n bal poudre, although the guests
Hi will not all wear Colonial costumes. The
Hg cotillion will bo led by Captain and
IB Mrs. George IT. Este5j who have seloct-
H c& the favors for the hop committee
HH and brought them with, thom from the
Hp cast. On tho following day tho great
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event in the year for all patriotic so
cieties, the Washington's birthday
luncheon of the Daughters of the
American Involution, will be held at
the Tfotel Utah. The affair this year
is in the hands of an. entertainment
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committee, of "which Mrs. Benncr X.
Smith is the head, the others being Mrs.
T. B. Boatty, Mrs. L. B. McCornick
and Mrs. C. E. Allen. Mrs. Bohert
Welles Fisher Is to be the toasfcmistress
and responses -will bo made by Mrs.
Margaret Zane Witcher, Mrs. F. E.
Marcy, Mrs. Grace Stratton and Mrs.
C. A. Boyd.
ALTHOUGH it is o&ly six weeks
past the holiday time, already
the forehanded ones axe looking to
ward the advent of spring. The mem
bers of the Counnry club, at least
a portion thereof, met during the week
and unanimously elected the old board
of directors from whose number will
be chosen tho new omcors for tho cro
sxdng year. The directors elected are
George A. Steinor, J. T. Gilmer, S. B.
Neelt F. E. McGurrin and R. C. Gem
melL The first named will probably
be elected president again this year.
The old place will bo put in shape for
an early opening this year, as it was
found laat year that tho members ap
preciated the club more in tho spring
than even in tho surnmor, when as a
rule many of the members have fled
to th.o seashore or to the mountains.
A PARTY of youug people enjoyed
the play at tho Salt Lake thea
ter Friday evening together with a
supper at the Louvre following, the
affair being in honor of F. E. Gib
bons, who is to leavo shortly for Cali
fornia, The members of tho party be
eides Mr. Gibbons wore the Missos.
Estcllo Bichmond, Effio Harper and
Evelyn Ellsnore, and J. P. Morris and
E. B. Moore,
A MERRY party of about a ncore
of friends went down to the
Country club last evening, reviving the
spirit of tho suairacr Saturday nights,
and enjoyed a delightful dancing af
fair with a picnic supper following.
The big grates were filled with cheery
i fires and tho placo was giveu an air
1 of comfort. A good orchestra fur
nished dance music and the few hour3
were spent pleasantly.
MISS HOPE PARKER and Miss
Mar.iorie Billings entertained a
party of nearly thirty young friends
Friday evening at a Valentine danco
at the F. L. Parker home on South
Temple street. The large rooms were
all cleared for. the young people, and
after a few hours of dancing a de
licious supper was served. Mrs. Bil
lings assisted Mrs. Parker in chaper
oning tho affair.
Mrs. James Lambert of Chicago an
nounces the engagement of her daugh
ter, Miss Ruby Annette MacRao, to
Henry Minton Lewis of New York
City, the marriago to take placo vory
soon. Both the 3oung peoplo have
made their homos here for some two
years past, although at present Mr.
Lewis is in California, whero lator they
will make their home. Misa MacRao,
who has been visiting relatives here,
haa gone to her mother's home in Chi
cago for a short time. The wedding
will tako placo on her return. Later
they will go to Napa, Cal., whero
Mr. Lewis is in business, to live.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Parry announce
the engagement of their daughter, Win
nie, to G. J. Crookston, Tho marriage
will taka placo shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. C H. 8chofleld an
nounce tho engagement of their daugh
ter, Elsie, to D. C. Hoggan, the mar
riage to take placo in tho noar fu
ture. Mrs. Alice Taysum has announced
the engagement of hor daughter, Alice,
to Frank T. Aubrey, the wedding to
tako place early in March.
Miss Inna Gudgell and James F.
Keate wero married Wednesday noon
in the Salt Lake temple. In the even
ing a reception was given at the home
of the bride's aunt, Mrs, John C. Kel
son, for the relatives and a few inti
mate friends. The rooms wero prettily
decorated with flowers and palms. Tho
charming young bride wore a gown
of white oharmeuso satin, trimmed
with shadow lace, and carried bride's
roses. Tho young couple left on the
midnight train for a wedding trip to
The marriage of Miss Gladys Farley
of Ogden and William Glen Leavitt,
which was solemnized la3t Wednesday,
was followod the same evening by an
elaborate dinner at tho home of Mrs
William Gallagher, aunt of the bride
groom. The home was decorated with
llowers in pink and white. The hostess
was assisted in entertaining her guests
bv Miss Rao Middloton. j
Mrs. Red Smoot arrived from Wash
ington during the past week and will
spend tho next week or so visiting her
mother, Mrs. O. A. Eldredgo, and her
daughter, Mrs. Ariel Cardou. Mr. and
Mrs. Harlow Smoot accompanied her
from Washington and will bo hore for
some time beforo goiug to their home
Mra. T. B. Bcatty, who was called
cast by tho illness of hor daughter,
Virginia, and who has spent the last
few weeks with hor in Boston, has
jiouo to visit her sister in Indiana be
fore returning here. She will bo homo
the latter part of the month.
Mr. and Mra. Joseph Nibloy and
Mr. ahd Mrs. Fred Dcrn returned dur
ing the past woek from a tnp to Hono
lulu, having left San Francisco early,
in January for a month's stay in the
Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Nunn returned
tho first of the week from a visit with
frionds in San Francisco and in Palo
Alto, having spent the holidays there.
They aro at tho Holol Utah till they
leave for the cast within a few weeks.
Roger Powors arrived from Ann Ar
bor early in the week and left imme
diately for Los Angeles to join his
father and mother, who have been
sponding the past few weeks there.
Mayor and Mrs. Samuel C, Park will
be home from the easL tho first of the
week after a visit of several weeks
on business and pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Broadhead of
Hailey, Ida., havo boen tho guests for
the past week of Mrs. J. G. Sawyer,
at 574 Second avenue.
Miss Elizabeth Underwood, who has
been visiting hor brother, Lieutenant
Underwood, at Fort Douglas, returned
early in the week to Logan, where she
is a member of the faculty of tho
Utah Musical Conservatory.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Bothwoll re
turned yesterday after a visit of a few
weeks to southern California and also
to Stanford, whero their daughter, Char
lotto, is a student.
Mrs. Jobn Scovillo of Butte, Mont.,
ha3 been visiting Mrs, Wollard Hamer
for the past fow days, but returned to
her homo during the woek.
Mrs. EL G. Farley and Mrs. C. W.
Middleton of Ogdeu wero in tho city
Wednesda)', having como down for the
wedding of Miss Gladys Farley and
William Glen Leavitt.
Miss Hclon Russell, ono of the at
tractive young visitors to tho city, who
has been with her sister, Mrs. Charles
Stimsou, for some months past, left
during the week lo roLurn to her homo
in Ann Arbor.
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Mrs. Johu Y. Rich and hor two
small sons havo gone to oonthom
foruia, and will spend some timsi
Ocean Park, whore thoy have taki
Mrs. L. E. Farnaworth. retu;
Thursday from a stay of a mo-tj
southern California, having gone i
to visit her second son, Earl, who j
business there. 'I
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Riter, Jr. (Li
Woodruff) are hero to visit the
Woodruff family for a short time
thoir homo in Portland, Or.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bamberger.!
gono to San Biego for a stay of a mi
or ko there, and at other places
iorest in southern California.
Professor and Mrs. E. D. Ball oj
Logan Agricultural college, who i
down for tho inaugural ball, rerna
in town a fow days to visit, rotni
to their home tho latter part of
Mrs. John Reed is hero from ;,
ver, having come over to attend')
club breakfast onJFridayj She spi
few days at tho Hotol Utah, but it,
with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Andreii
their home, S-l Q street. I
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Mra. J. H. .M'cChrystal and hot
daughters came ia from El
Wednesday and loft Thursday j
stay of a few months at Veaie.
Mrs. John C. D. Clark returned.1
middlo of tho week from a visit !
few weeks with friends and rali
in Chicago and vicinity, Mr. Clark)
ing preceded hor by a woek. ;
' Colonel Frederick Perkins rat
Tuesday from a ten days visit t$
Angeles and viciuity, where he w
look after matters in oonnectloal
his fruit crop. -,t
Mrs. F. "D. Hobbs and Mi 1
Hobbs, formerly of this city, but"
of Long Beach, are in town for
of a month or so, and aro guests oi
and Mrs. J. W. Hall at 1055 Pintj.
Mts. Frerl A. Halo returned y
day from a dolightful visit withH
brothers in Rochester, N. Y. Bho,
visited Atlantic City and Now '1
Mrs. Frauk B. Stephens and Mil
D. Miller left yesterday for tha i
They will go direct to San Fran
and later will go south to spend
weeks at tho bcacho3 near Loajffl
Miss Emma Qiiigloy of Jolietfl
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