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THE SALT LAKE 'iklBUNE, ' SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1913. j
jiSocial Happenings in Cities and Towns of Utah I
TT One of tho most elab
n at the Virginia this
nfo cabaret luncheon given
o Haslet and Mrs. I. N.
hieh over 100 guests wore
'wrench baskets of Concord
vltli colored ribbons and
dorncd the table. Small
rapcs entwined with grapo
tooned from the chandelier.
Vternoon vocal and lnstru-S-
rc rendered by Miss
Is" Edna Healy and Miss
following Salt Lake guests
- Mrs, F. P. Shorwood.
' JJcnjamln. Mrs. Georgo
s Charles Van Dylce, Mrs.
Mr C. E. Shcrmer, Mrs.
5 II. M, Cushlng, Mrs. F.
Mrs, McMullon. airs. J.
Sir. F. J. NiPPer. MIbs H.
Alvord. Mrs. M. Drlhmer.
Blgclow will bo hostess to
of the Martha society Mon
at tho Reed hotel,
mdied club was entertained
. Blgclow Thursday aftcr
eed hotel. Tho club will be
Mrs. M. S. Browning Frl
of partloa and luncheons
tho coming week In honor
I Harmon, whoso marriage
rler will tako place on tho
turday, Ootober 11. at the
Hia.7, Ootober 7, Mrs. W.
I entertain at an afternoon
I MIbb Harmon and hor two
Stella Harmon and Mrs. B.
Loa Angeles. Cal.. who ar
Monday. Wednesday even
h B. Hoag will entertain a
lung peoplo In Miss Har
On Friday afternoon Mrs.
er of Logan will entertain
&f her mother, Mrs. H. Q.
m Fltzgeral, accompanied
7 Hubbard, who Joined hor
sailed Saturday, October 4. j
jlc for Europe. Principal
nts of Interest throughout
infl, Germany, France and
r, who has been viBitlng
lit Lake for several weeks,
of Mrs. B. O. Wattls for
ie latter part of the week,
for her home In San Fran
iley Dee will entertain the
ry club Wednesday, Octo
Rowc has as her guests
Irs. Bailey Rosette, and
)o Kalb. Ill, Mra. Rosette
y to California, where she
lend the winter.
Peerv has returned from a
Salt Lake, whero she was
hor cousin, Mrs. Joseph
wattls has gone to Vale,
itlt's visit with her daugh
rs of the Chautauqua Llt
ence circle hold their first
he year at tho city hall
SVattls spent Wednesday In
Clotworthy of Redondo
visited In Osden tho past
at of her son-in-law, Wll
l Belnap has returned from
iere Bhe has been studying
t direction of Prof. A. B.
7. Fleetwood loft Mon
aUYa vacation on the coast,
rls of Colorado Springs Is
Ms sister. Mra. Martha B.
raer. delegate of the L. H.
I". of Ogden. left Thursday
18 convention at Chatta
er chapter No. 4. O. E. 8.,
a tea Thursday from 3 un
In tho Masonic lodge par
IcCammon of Denver Is vls
clty with her parents, Mr.
kc- left Tuesday for Call
he will enter the Unlver
era California. j
Barker and little son. Aus
Lake. havo returned homo
eefcs visit with her mother,
vnlng-, son of Postmaster
nlnr, left Monday to enter
Ity Dental college,
meeting of the Daughters
:ra was held at tho homo
h 8tahr Wednesday.
Newman was a Salt Lake
i waid W, C, T, U. met
I the home of Mrs. C. 3.
of the Home Culture club
stlay afternoon at the home
Beeson. Mrs. T. W. Horn
the following programme
r. T D. Johnson, paper on
ire, J. F. Hobbs, paper on
Mra. E. L. Howes gave a
rB. Alfred Rutherglen left
Montreal, where they will
ends prior to their sailing
erslcn's old homo in Scot
points of interest will be
land, France and Germany.
of St. Joseph's Sewing
no quests of Mrs. Matthews
rnoon at St. Joseph's hall,
ley. son of 0. A. Pannier.
Jadlaon, Wis., to enter col
Nolan has returned from a
'eertnan Is In San Francisco
fan Prye Js homo after an
visit with friends in San
s Angeles and San Diego.
3. Frank Maher are In Los
re they aru visiting with
sister, Mrs. A. L. Schacket.
Ucuschell has returned from
visit In California. At San
8. Beuschell spent a plcas
i her husband, who ls sla-
city at prcBent. Southern
' wero also visited.
iJBl f"-,.0' B- Brown and A.
nStn!lv of Suit Lako spent
d,Cn-, th Bucsta of Mr. and
0B!Sr,fu1 "ciety met Saturday
L f.,, Butler actod us chnlr
i Wm iw4Pllw'nK subject lesson was
' kHfcraf EvoluUon of the Dra
J KB'ninler Matthews.
' VHKkI ,ilc.Tnt antJ Jh Berg
JK'W'stly married Wednesday
tdKtf!6 ?lub of No- CS1. Women
jlrK nvW''lR entertained at tho
' liS nyes llUf'3 Friday aflur-
dBhfe?fIl?!I NTo-ma U WU-
ihf jBTS?n,t y Anderson, both of
TKJin so0lf mnlzed Wednesday,
f,rBbM! Sa,t Luko tonjple. After
Wll&t?n .,lr'P Mt' and Mra.
'l rnako their home In Ogden,
'lls J,lBh BCliool, with Mi-a.
AtKi p.h03tR8- A reading by
TbethaR'8rvvorth ftd a paper by
'JwKibt iLh arrow wero the two ln-
Vta tl3 ot tlle Programme.
'p.or a.ttcn(J In a- "ody tho
offi il!ha ln Brieham
BSlR'RiiJ? ,an1 Mm. John Wil
JrFnfl, . ymond left Thursday
r Ks. ' for un extended visit
f'thah0d I,artnerBhips, good
Wfil ' lf, Tho tribune Want
rY0',.0."1 Mr- and Mrs. James
vK,m Sal Lak0 Cl'y are Provo
f. UtI w,eok. sruests of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Ilayden Lonj?.
?i wiUl? engagement of their daugh
tSri?,aii L0" Billings, the marriage
to take place ln October.
Mrs. J. c. Allred and Miss Leah
J' T Zl H113 SlJy aro spending some
Hmn, ln ,&Prr,nsr . PltY- Visiting- with tho
mother of Mrs. Allred.
r riB,ll .?.erry of tli,s cltv Is a. Bait
Lake visitor this week.
Sterling Colton of Vornal is visiting
friends and relatives ln Provo. viaiUUb
Mayor C. F Dookcr and daughtor Edna
wore fair visitors during the week.
D; ?.eb? ot provo spent, part of the
week in Tlntlc visiting friends.
J. B, Ash ton of this city wa3 a Salt
Lnke visitor tho early part of tho week.
Miss Hazel Ashworth and Miss Jo
seplilne Aladsen entertained at a bundle
shower Wednesday evening ln honor of
Miss Viola Ashworth, an Octobor brldo.
Miss Bertha HJcks of Salt Lake was a
Provo visitor this week, tho guest of her
sister, Mrs. Emily Nielson.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Irvine, Jr., Mr.
d.,.Mr8-,9lrant a BaKloy, Mr. and Mrs.
William M. Roylanoe and Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Farrer formed an automobile narty
to Salt Lake Thursday.
Mrs. Alllo Cunning-ham la Bpendlng aome
time with irleado and relative a in Bait
Mi-, and Mrs. a H. Miller are visltlruj
friends in Salt Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. G. Hoag are npendlng
the weclc ln Salt Lake.
Russell Whitman has returned after
spending about two months with friends
and relatives at Hamilton,' Mo..
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cochran are Salt
Mr. and Mrs. IE. J. Bldred hav re
turned after spending the summer in
Mr. and Mrs, Clial Chase ora spending
the week In Salt Lake.
Miss Zella Collins entertained at a
birthday supper at 'her homo Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. EL Q. Hughes are among
this week's Salt Lako visitors.
MJbs Leona Taylor is spondlnff the
week-end ln Salt Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ercanbrack fc.ro
spending tho w&ek In Salt Lake.
Mrs. W. P. Whitehead entertained at
a charming dinner Sunday ln honor of
Harris Argyle. Covers wero laid for
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Adams have gono
to Mllford, where they will probably make
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mods en, Mr. and
Mrs. George Madsen and C. H. Wright
are eprnding the week at Fish Lalco.
Mr. and Mrs. AJma Wagoner returned
Saturday from a trip to the east. They
report a very enjoyable time
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Carter announce
the engagement of their daughter, Nina,
to Dean Tucker, the marriage to take
place in the early part of tills month.
Mr. and Mrs. Tucker will reside in Ameri
Karl Beck has returned home after
spending the summor in Oasis.
Miss Anna Russell entertained at a
candy pull at hor home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Merrill are Salt
Lako visitors this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. William Knight and
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Brimhall motored
to Salt Lake Thursday to attend the
Mrs. John U. Buchl entertained the
Ladies Aid society at her home Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Needham are
spending: tho week In Salt Lako,
Mrs. J. Rox Miller of Price 13 a Provo
visitor, th0 geust of her parents, Miv
and Mrs. J. N. Strong.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Thomas or visit
ing in Salt Lake.
Mrs, Myra Strong of Murray is visiting
friends and relatives ln Provo this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. NIcoll are spend
ing the week ln Salt Lake:
Lynn Strong of Prlco In upending tho
week in Provo with friends and rela
tives. The Sorosls club met Wednesday with
Mrs. R. R. Irvine, Jr. Two very interesting-
papers wore given "Life and Bo
cletv ln Lima," by Mrs. Grant a Bagley,
and" "Growth and Government of Peru,
by Mr3. Helen D. Redford.
The Nineteenth Century club met Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. J. W. Alrd. A
very Interesting paper was given by Mrs.
A. J. Hughes on "RushbII Sage Founda
tions." The M. I. A. of tho city entertained at
a dancing party in tho new ladies' gym
nasium of tho B. Y. U. Wednesday even
ing, The hall was beautifully lighted
with numerous white lights, and a very
enjoyable time was had by all. Pro
fessor Sauer's orchestra furnleod tho mu
sic. The affair was undor the dlroctlon
of the superintendents of th0 M. L A-.
Mrs. Jennlo B. Knight, Mrs, J. M. Jen
sen Mrs. George S. Taylor, LreRoy Dixon,
A, P. Morrill and B. L. Roberts.
EUREKA, Oct 4. MIbb Deon Wright
has returned to Mammoth after spending
a couple of months with Nephl friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Henry, Misses
Irene and Ester Henry and Miss Booth
enjoyed a picnic on the mountain near
Uio new Knight mill last Sunday.
David Coombs was up from Payaon last
Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mra. R.
Misses Salome Brown and Gladys
Sperry of Nophl were the giiosts of Eu
reka friends Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. I. F. Gose and Mrs. C. C Griggs
returned to Eureka on Sunday morning,
after a brief visit with friends at the
Mr, and Mro. A. J. Hughes of Provo
,i-. ITiU -nrnek for a Visit With the
were nere uii3 wbciv iwt u. ,u.w
Misses Maud and Amy Layton.
Mrs F W. Lamb entertained a few
friends last Friday ovening in honor of
her guest. Mrs. Molly Oorlngs of Salt
Lake Tho hostess sorved luncheon.
Among her guestH wore Mrs. Hcbor
fflfjInfO. Schojleld, Mr Rtohard
Haynca, Mra. C. Ix Jack, Mra. H. B.
Wall. t t
Mrs E. G. Hanson was the hostess at
an enjoyable session of the Bridge club
hold at Hor homo Iat Saturday afternoon-
Mrs Hanson served a luncheon
o the following BuesU: Mrs Ato Blight.
Mrs. B. M. Cornlan. Mrs. L. C. Doty, Mra.
TU D. Dickenson, Miss Lou Flnlay. Miss
Elva Hiatt, MIbs raopemstine, Mra. Jacob
matt Mrs. C. E. Hulsh. Mra, Danlol
Martin, air. George M. Hayes, Mra. Ed
ward Llovd. Mrs. W. J. Adams, Mrs. Ed
ward Pike and Mrs. Dan Ostrander. The
dub's next meeting will be with Mra.
Miss Vera Taylor, daughter of Mr. and
Tr Tohn Taylor of Eureka, was mar
ded'at P?ovo last T Saturday to Earl Wat
kins of Midway.
Mrs. GuBsie Moore was the guest of
Salt Lake and Ogden frlcndo during the
early part of the week.
MrB. Ren Wall rcturnod to Tint lo .Tunc
tlon on TScsday. after a short visit with
Salt Lake friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. IT. MeChrystal and
daughter, Miss Frances were tho guestH
of Salt Lake friends this week.
Tho next meotlnj? of the V. G. club will
bo held Wednesday afternoon of next
week at the homo of Mrs, Ivan Beano.
Mr and Mrs. Chester Nlsonger of
Santaquln were In Eureka on a short
visit this week.
Mrs. Joacph Treloar returned last week
after a sojourn with the family 'of her
son at Moreland, Utah
Mrs. William Humphreys and children
nave rolurncd to Mammoth after spend
in the summer at Sprlngvllle.
The teachers and pupils of the Mam
moth school district conducted a -pleasant
social last Friday evening. their
guests on thl3 occasion being tho par
ents of the pupils. The social was ar
ranged for tho purposo of giving the
teachers an opportunity of getting ao
qua iiled with the parents of their
pupils. An impromptu programme was
The Entre Nous Literary club of
Lureka, having becomo affiliated with the
Utah Federation of Women's clubs, will
bo entitled to representation at the an
nual meeting which Is to bo hod at
Brigrham City during tho present month.
Members of the local club have selected
Mrs. I. T' Gose as their delegate to this
Jr. and Mrs. S. B. Freed visited with
Salt Lake friends on Monday and Tues
day. C C. Griggs left on Tuesday morning
for Park City and that evening he
joined the other Masonic grand lodge
officers in their visit to the Park City
James Crooks, Walter Jensen, Otto
Swartz and Cam Scott left last Sunday
upon a ten days' hunting: trip.
The mombora of the local council of the
Knights of Columbus are making prep
arations for their annual dance, which
will bo given on TueBday, Ootober 14.
One of tho pleasant social events of the
week was tho surprlso party given on
Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. George
Wheelor. About thlrty-flvo people wero
preaont and enjoyed tho programme of
cards and music.
Miss Lola Martin of Provo was tho
guest of Eureka friends this week.
Mrs. Lettlo Blrdlck and children of Wa
satch county nro in Eureka this wook
for a visit with Mro. P. W. Bingham
and Mrs. W. F. Hall.
William Gear. Frank Taylor, Emll
Brandt and Adolph Amea left this morn
ing upon a hunting trip. Thoy will go
Into the mountains near tho Sevier river.
Mombers of the Entre Nous Literary
olub wore th0 guests of Mrs. V. U
Thomas on Saturday afternoon. Tho pa
per for this session of tho olub, "Tho
Arthurian Legend," was discussed by
Mrs. E. G. Hanson.
Misa Katie Crelghton of Eureka will
teach ln tho Tooele schools this year. She
expects to Icavo for that place within
the next week or ten days.
Mrs. Ray Barney returned to her home
ln Mldvalo on Thursday after spending
several weeks with hor paronts, Mr. and
Mro. Major Church. Mrs. Church accom
panied her daughter upon her return
homo and will visit at MIdvale until
Dan Ferris of Mammoth and Frank
Roberts of Provo made a trip to Mo3lda
MURRAy, Oct. 4. Harry (Robins has
returned from an extended stay on the
Mrs. A. A. Bird and daughter, Holen,
will leave soon for Seattle and Tacoma,
Miss Annie Rowell entertained at a
supper last Friday evening in honor of
Clifford Gerrard, who leaves October 23
on a mission to Great Britain. Covers
were laid for twelve.
Shirley H. Graham and Miss Ethel
Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Reuben Walker of Union, will be mar
ried October 13. A social and dance will
bo given the same evening In their honor
at the Union amusement hall.
A. W. Nelson of Loo Angeles spent cov-
oral days ln Murray last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brown announco
tho engagement of their daughter, Goldie,
to W. 1L Wlialo, the marrlago to take
placo this fall.
Mra. Splcer of Sacramento, Cal., moth
er of Dr. P. T. Splcer of this city, la
visiting hero for Beveral weoks.
Mrs. D. W. Potltt of Salt Lako spent
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Christian
Hansen of this city.
Homer Martin of Idaho ls visiting here
Friday, October 10, the Murray Unity
Alumni association will give Its annual
Harvest ball ln this city.
Mrs. Joztph Walih of Hollldar (nilertidned t
a birthday party lut Monday evening In honor of
hor huubmid. Tho tiouss t.hj beautifully deco
rated In lutamn leares. R. P. Konnor .nd P.
Cunnlocton. -ruadorllle artliti, am I ted In entor
UJiUiift frtth. ttxt Utost Donna ind music. Tto
freahmeaU "rrtm aemd and a. delightful time
wu hid by aJl. Those irho uslated Mrs. Wtlnli
la rectrlDK wero hor slater, Mra. W. J. Husband,
Jr. J Mies Flora. HIntie and Mrs. "W. M. Shepperd.
Thos -who two present ware Mr. and Mra.
H Intra, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kownian, Mr. nnd Mro.
Rlohoas, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Bridie. Mr. and Mra.
Jack, Mr. ajid Mrs. Tracer Parohor, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bridge, Mr. and Mra, J. Mnnder. Mlsa
Aimrea Gin doy, Aaron Iflntze, Mr. and lira. P
Cunnltigten. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Kenner. Wesley
Mathews, Miss Flora Hints. Mm. Cunntncton,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bhoppord, Sir. and Mrs. W.
J. Husbands, Br., Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Husbnndc,
Jr., MUs Mary Hlntie and W, Bourden.
LOOA.K, Oct. 4. The first moetlns of the A,
0. Womtn's club tor the aiason ot 1913 and Wi
was hald ?ifosday at the homo of the president,
Mra. Sidney O. Bteyens. The report of the pro
gramme committee was made and a committor
was appointed to arrange for a country dinner,
which will be the opening roclal event of the
club. At the conclusion of the business, coploi
of tho yearbook wsro preeonted to the raombera
and tea waa serred from a prettily deoora,td table,
at which Mra. Oeoro W. Thatcher and Mlas
Marr.aret Wilkinson presided.
Wednesday afternoon the Cleo circle held Its
first meotlnr for the soaaon. with Mra. Luther
Howell, president of the olub, prentdlnR. There
ran a largo attendance. Prof. Ocoreo C. Jen
sen presented tho toplo, "Tho Drama as a Social
and Intellectual force," which was thoroughly
enjoyed. Mra- Ocorce C. Jonocn and Mm. J.
B. Powell were admitted as moinbera of the cluh,
Refrwhrnentn were scrred at tho conclusion of tho
Tueidoy erenlnp Mr. and Mra. William Morrall
entertained a cumber of frlcndu ut a bridge
party ln honor ot their fifth wpiMlngr annlvnrrury
Tho room were artlcttciilly adorned with autumn
IrrtTee and four tablee ot brldRO' wore played,
with refreshments fallowing. The giittts Included
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Howell, Mr and Mro. Tiny
B. West, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Hondrlckr, Mr.
and Mrs. Ttoy Bullen. Mr. and Mm. Ocorco Tow
son, Mr. and Mra. Ttoy Rudolph. Mr and Mra.
Will Howell and Mr. and Mra. Guy Smdon,
A delightful affair of the week wan the brldco
to given by Mra. W. G. Ruclccnbrod Saturday
afternoon tn honor ot her ulster, Mlos Morse, of
Salt Lake, who Is Tlsltlnp hero. Tho joonis woro
frngnint with floworo and pi-Uca were awarded
at the ganio to Mm, J. C. Walters and Mra. Mosua
Cardon. Rnfreahmetitn wero i.orved.
The Brlcham YounK camp of the Daughters of
the l'lonocra met Tuesday with Mrs. Nettle T.
Sloan. Mrs. John A, Wldtaoe Rave the chapter
on the "Life of Brisham Young." and Mrs.
Blanch Boll pave the chapter on tho "Ancient
rionrers." Mlui Margnrcl Worloy dnllghtcd the
raomters with a rocal colo, The rooms were
a darned with flowera and Mm. Sloon was assisted
ln oeralnK refreshments by Mra. D. H. Thoman and
Miss Voda Parfalnnon.
The Wobyca club held Iln first nwilon Tum
day at the home of Mrs. J. 11. Jensen. Refresh
ments were acrrcd.
The Jacob Karl company of the Daughters of
the Ploncors met Wednesday' with Mra. A. O.
Lundotrorao, Tho election of officers took placo
n follows- President. Mra. Mondta Crockett;
Tlce president, Mra. Mary ScHvaIovoldl, necond
vlco president, Mrt. Annlo nuros; vecrotary and
treasurer. Mra. Challls and Mrn. (iirollno Taylor.
Tho Mtudy subject wns given by Mrs. ChaUls and
a Yocul olo by Mra. Juno TJiatchor wn enjoyed.
Luncheon wan served and the rooms woro bright
with cut flowers and plants
Mr. and MrB. Mosos Thatcher went to Salt
Mrs. 0. O. 8mlth' and Miss Laura Youna: are
visiting In flalt Lako,
Miss Mary Card was tho suot of honor Tuoi
day oyimiIiis at a parcel showor nivon at the
homo of Mrn. CJwou Davis. Ahout twenty friends
were Included nml a numbor of beautiful clfts ware
r.lvon tho hrldcto-tio. Thn rootnn were heautltul
l'y decorated with red hearts and nutumu loaves.
MrniK) was otto of the foaluroii, Lator In tho
evening refreshments were served from a beauti
fully decoratnl table, which bad for a contral
Adornment a large boll ot flowers and dainty
ploce cards corresponding In red lo mark places
for the guests.
MIns Morso of Salt Lako U visiting In Logan,
the guest of hor alstor. Mru. V,'. G. Rucken
brod. Mrn. Julia B. NIbley Is lsltlng with relatives
ln Salt Lako.
Mr. and Mra. George W. Thatcher and daushter
Pallenco aro visiting In Salt Lako.
Miss Lulu Chrlstonren went to Salt Lake Thurs
day to visit with rolativca and friends.
Mr. and Mra. E. L. Crlsmond of Denver, Colo.,
were .local visitors during the week.
Mr. and Mra, Edmond Sponcor and xmall ion
left Wednesday for their home In Woodruff, after
a pleasant sumiuur spent In Logan.
I SPANISH FORK. ' j
SPAXISH FORK, Oct. 4. Dr. arid Mrs.
A. G. Stoddard entertained at a dinner
parly Sunday evening for their daughter,
Mrs, J. Howard Stllwell, noo Kathryn
Greer. Mr. and Mrs. Stllwell will leave
ln tho near future for an extended visit
in tho east.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stalling."? and Mrs.
Enfjborg motored to Provo Thursday and
spent the day.
The members of th Self Cuture club
and partnera mot at the home of J. Pres
ton Creer Friday evening. Tho Mlssos
Hickman, Juanlta Johnson and Jameson
were the entortalnora of tho evening, It
being the opening of tho season's social
work. Elaborate refreshments wero
sorved by tho hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. FranciB Albertson of
Yukon, Ida., who havo been vlDltlng here
for the past ton days, returned home
Miss Vora Burt of Sprlngvlll and Jo
seph C. Marcusen of this city woro mar
ried In tho Salt Lako temple Wednes
day. An Informal wedding reception was
held the same evening at the homo of
tho bride's parentB ln Sprlngvlllo.
Miss Nora Rowe and Hyrum B. Rob
ortflon, both of this olty, were married
In Salt Lake City Monday.
Arthur Brlgga, who haH boen employed
at Carey, Ida., ls spending a few days
with friends and relatives hero.
Miss Loa Creer was hostess Saturday
evening, when she very pleasantly enter
tained tho members of the N. T. N. club.
Tho evening waB spent ln art work, after
which supper was Bervod.
Mrs. George A. Yates entertained tho
officers and teachers of the First ward
frlmary at hor homo Wednesday even
ng. Mrs. Frank W. Thomas left Wednes
day for a week's visit with friends ln
Salt Lake City.
Mra. Bert Bggertson of Provo Is spend
ing tho week with 'her mother, Mrs.
i RICHFIELD. j
RICHTTBLD. Oat. i. Mr, and Mrs. LaHua Os
den returned home Monday from Salt Lake, where
they were married. They will make their home
Mra, Walter Koruts gar a bundle shower In
honor ef her brother. Will Ogllvle, and wtfo
Saturday evening. The young couple received
many presents. Luncheon was served to the fol
lowing gueata: The Mlste Rebecca. Peterson
Raohel Jensen, Teresa Dimmlok, Edna and Olive
Kyhle, Murial Jeasen, Emma. Kyfale and Russle
Mra. Jos op Brown of Bait Lake is here visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mra. Marti nous Mellson.
Mr. and Mrs. Goorge Calloway announce tho
marriage of their daughter Lucille to William
8, Greenwood. The marriage took placo Septem
ber 19 at the home ot the bride's parents, Bishop
Bean officiating. Mies Ivy Grlckson waa maid
of honor and Leon Cluff waa best man. A wed
ding supper was served by Mr, and Mra. Callo
way to the relatives and near friends. Mr. and
Mrs. Greenwood left for Bait Lake City on their
Mra. F O. Larson went to Salt Lake Tuesday
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Cornolluo Salisbury,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin O. Christenten went to
Salt Lake Sunday.
Mlns Badle Ivle entertained Saturday evening In
honor of Mlra Alt-a Johnson, who In on her way
to Salt Lako. Games and muslo wore thn fea
tures of the eTonlng. Luncheon was served lo
the following guorts' Misses Pearl Sory. Hazel
Henrlo, Mabel Lewis. Josto Schougaard. Mabel
MorriMon, Loreo Foraythe and tho guest of
honor, and Mejra, Jody Bean, Ike Hayes. Florlan
Morrlsson, Voruo Erlckson and Wllford Nell
son. Mr. and Mra. A. Jensen are visiting In Bait
Miss Mabol Morrlison entertained at a chicken
roaat on Wednenday evening. Those preaont wore
the Mlf-aes Joule Schougaard, Mabel 1nwls, Loran
roraytho. Hazel Hcnrle. Alta Johnson, Pearl Sovy
and Sadie Ivle.
Mlsa Bertha Saudalu entertained In honor ef
Carlos Chrlcteneon's twenty-first birthday at tho
home of Martlnous Chrlntensen Wednesday. Light
refreohmente were iionrod to the following: MIfses
Pearl Morrlsson, Minerva N'ellson, Efflo Erlck
con, Edna Larson. Ruby Poison, Henrietta Lund,
George Hunter. Mr Gray, LeMIe nnd Burl Poul
son, Ross Helppler and Mr. Polchor.
Miss Henrietta Lund has returned, after a ten
day's visit at Filtmore.
Mrn. IL W. Rnmloae left for Ogden Monday,
to bo present for the' burial of Fitch Kinney, for
merly of Richfield.
Mrs. Allen Montgomery Is In Ball Lake this
Mrn. Alex Morrlsson ls a conference vtsitor tn
Salt Lake this week.
SPRINQVILLE, Oct. t. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
of Emmet, Idaho, were visitors hero thin week.
Mifs Fanny Rowland hns been elected president,
and Mrn J. O Reynolds and Mien Lola White,
courvnnlora ot tho Fourth wurd Y. L. M I. A.
J. C. MoKendrlclis of Salt Like war. thn guest
of John S Smith Monday
Gerald Thorpe wont to Castle Onto Wednesday,
whore he expects to remain for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Steward and Mrs. Url
Stewart ot Spanluh Fork wero Sprlngvlllo visitors
Mr anil Mrs. J. H. Shcpard and Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Storm of American Fork wero Sprlnuvllle
Mlas Etta Pftlfreymnn. daughter of Mr. and
Mra. R. H. Palfreyman of this city, and Wllford
Clyde, city electrician, wore married Wednesday
In tho Salt Lake temple.
Mlns Lola Sanford of thin city was married
Wcdno?day to Edgar Mnrtludale. Mr. and Mra.
Martlndulo will mako their home ln Evnuuton.
TOOELE, Oct. 4. Manager W. J. Po- :
ters had tho faculty uf the high school
us his guests at the Auditorium Satur
day evening, A special performance, j
Including vocal features from represen
tatives of the Utuh Conservatory of
Music, was tho chief attraction.
William yicyrme. mining man of Butte.
Mont., and former .superintendent of the
famous old Comfiloek lodo of Nevada,
Is visiting with his nophow. Robert II.
Page, of this city.
Mrs. L. L. Copeland came from Baker
City. Or:, this week to attend the funoral
of hor brother, Eugene Osgood, who was
accidentally killed last woek,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jctte entertained
a number of friends at a delightful
dancing party Tuesday evening In honor
or Mr. .lotto's slater, Mra. G. C. Blaii
chard of Auburn, Wah. Those present
were: Mchhi-s. nnd Mesdamcs J. D,
Woods, J. M. Rally, Hugh Croa, Charles
Kylo, A. M. Shields, Roy Hall, J. T.
Rusuoll. Wlllard McLaus. J. C. Welsh,
J. D. Hlclts, James Gardlnor, Alex Hus
band, C. R. McBrklo, L. T. Slcka, .J. K
Bond, Arthur Austin, B. L. Saokctt. 8.
G. Gee, Ralph Lodge, Harry Raymond.
P. V, Clugg; the MIssok Florence and
Jean Caldwell, Ellen Bryan. Iva Mc
Brklo, Rachol McKiuin, Maggie McLaus,
MIna and Znlla Oallacher. Boo Becli
.stead, Dora Hunter, Pearl Kaul. Jonule
Shields, lidna Kyle, Fayo Lodge. Zolla.
and Edith Clegg; Messrs. A. B. Young.
J, G. Russell, Harold Warburton. Vern
Snow, Marlon Leo. W. H. ICilhurn.
George C. Chase, Lcsllo Wafburton, Hugh
Gowans, J. Wilson, Georgo McLaus, E. 1
Sowerwlno. C. Bardell, "Dad" Home, !
H. II. Johnston, S. Kllburn, L. Russell.
E. J. Elklngton, N. R. DcSandors and
Dr. J. M. Blankenshlp.
The Rev. J. P. Cook, wife and daugh
ter are visiting with friends In Tooelo.
The Rev. Mr. Cook was former pastor
of the M. E. church here, but Is now
a resident of Park City.
County Clerk M. D. AJax has been con
fined to his rooms this week on account j
of Illness. He Is Improving.
County Superintendent of Schools J.
U. Hicks was ln this city last week to
arrange for student transportation and
other school matters.
Richard BugIi of Clover was a visitor
to the city Tuesday.
Tho Tooele County band, which played
at the state fair, gave a very enjoy
able dancing -party In the Tooelo opera
house Friday night
J AMERICAN FORK. I
AMERICAN FORK. Oct. . Mrs. William Bar
ratt entertained the B. L. C. S. club at her home
Monday afternoon. Parlor Ramos and munlc fur
nished tho amusements. Dainty refreshments were
served. The suesls preterit wero Moadamea Wil
liam Edmonds, Wllllo Bromley, Joseph Wootton, -Bert
Wootton. Len Sholley. Josoph Dunkley, Wil
liam E. Robinson, Thomas Barratl. Ernest Ohad
wlck and Emma Greenwood.
Esther Kelly haa returned home from Idaho,
whore she haa pazasd the summer. Mre. Altheria
'Downey aecomanled her homo for a few weeks
visit hero with relatives.
Mra. Vlntll Oroo entertained tho llrat ot the
week for Dr. and Mra. O. N. Curtis of Loian,
The reustj wero Mr. and Mra. J. It. Hlndley, Mr.
and Mra. a B. Tonne;, Mra. Sadie Henry. Miss
Edith and Liza Hlndley, Miss Mathewsoa and
MIm Clara Wootton entertained at a whist party
Friday night In honor of Mra. C. L. Joy, for
merly MIbb Nellie Forbea of this city, , now living
in Salt Lako. Tho guests were Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Corbett. Mr. and
Mrs. William Barratt, Mr. and Mrn. Josoph Woot
ton, Mra, W. Bromley, R.uby Forbes, Amanda
Chlpman, Percy Craven. Joseph and Tracy Woot
ton and Paul Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. W H. Grant, formor resident of
American Fork, wore vlsltlnc relatives here a
couple of days thta week,
j NEPHI. j
NEPHT, Oct. 4. One of tho pleasant
events of tho week was the surprise party
Wednesday evening, the occasion being
the sixtieth birthday of Mra. Annie Reld.
Tho ovenlng was spent In playing games
and ln social chat. At 11:30 o'clock the
guests sat down to a five-course supper,
sorved by the Misses Lizzie Reld and
Ellen Olpln. The dining room was deco
rated ln pink and green, and a beautifully
decorated birthday cake formed tho cen
terpiece for tho table. Those present
wore: -Messrs. and Mesdames Thomas
Vlckers, ML Pitt. S. G. Wllkoy, James R.
Black, George Wllkey, Mesdames Alfred
Orme, Clara Park, D. K. Brown, Charlotte
Adams, Lucy Morris. Jerusha Boswell,
Mary Sutton, tho Misses Jane Stephen
son, Lizzie Reld, Ellen Olpln, Messrs.
Cecil Morris, Alfred Haycock, Robert
Colllngwood, and tho guest of honor, Mrs.
Angus Haynes and Misa Katie Irons
were married Wednesday morning at 8
o'clock at the homo of the bride's grand
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Golden. Tho cere
mony was porformed by Bishop A. H.
Bolllston. There were only a few of the
Immediate friends present. The young
couple took tho early morning train for
Salt Lake. The bride Ih the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Irons, and Is ono
of Nephl's moat estimable young ladles.
The bridegroom is tho son of Mr. and
Mrs, Hyvum Haynes, and b a progres
sive and popular young man.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Goldsbrough an
nounce the marrlago of their daughter,
Foncot, to Francis M. Young of Salt
Lake. Tho event ls to take place In tho
Salt Lake temple "Wednesday, October" 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Young will make tholr home
In Salt Lako City.
EPHRATM, 0st. Mlas Alice Lund ls opend
lne the week In Salt Lake.
Mrn. Laurltr Nielson waa pleasantly surprised
Wednesday In honor ot hor birthday. Mra. Nlol
son waa presented with some bonutlful tablo linen.
Luncheon was served nnd the afternoon wpent ln
muslo and roclal chat. Thoso present wero Mes
dames Warren Tyo, Ben Rosinurson. Andrew Han
sen, Oscar Nielsen, Otto Nlolson, Peter Morton
sen, A. C. Nielson, Dr. Tute Nielsen, Joo Niel
sen, Clarence Thompson. Chris Nielson, Burt
TUomusJon. T. B. Larson, Rcilel Andernon, Charles
Allred, Hyrum Thorpe and Flora Thorpe.
Tho Ladles Lllontry club held Its rcRUlar meet
ing at tho home of Mrs. Frank Chrlstensen durln?
the week. Sirs. Charles Jcnson wns olccled presi
dent to biiccecd Mra. Anron Hansen, resigned
Mro. Albert Johnson conducted tho drill In par
liamentary law and 5In. A. W. Jotinon delivered a
lecture on Princess I-ouIko of Prursla.
The b-izanr plven at tho pavlllloa Tuesday
evening by tho South Wnrd Primary asslcl.-itlon
was a pronounced biiccew.
Mrs. S. C. Soronscn In spciidlup; the week In
Salt Lake City.
Mra. Dayboll left Wednesday for Charleston,
whora sho will mnkn her homo.
Tho teachorn of Uio public school and tho
academy attended tho stale fair at Salt Lake
Mm. Thorwnld Brlenbolt very pleasantly onlor
talncd tho M. M. club Wednesday nttornoon.
An nlaborato luuchcon was served at o'clock.
Thoso present woro Mesdames Joe Nielson. E. A.
Brltoh, Henry Thompson, Eden Winn. William
Andorson. David Poulson, Bon Carlson and Wil
Mra. A. N. Hansen lo visiting in Salt Lake with
her oon Adolph.
MIks Agnes Olson clmnuiltKlr entertained the
South wnrd primary officers lust ovonltiK at her
Tho surprlso party bIvcu at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Chrlstensen this wcvk In honor
ot thnlr tan Seymour wua most succngefiil. Tfic
evening t.-.ib spent In muslo nnd buiics.
I MONROE. !
MONROE, Oct. 4. County Superintendent of
Schools Earl Thompsou and Dlntr!ct Attorney
Sovy nddmsred Iho parents of Monroo last Suu
dny on "School nnd tho Homo."
Mrs. Glenet CUrk returned Wodnodny from
Eilrnka. whura tho hits bavu vUltliiu frlands.
Woodruff Mnnloby. ion of Alma Mnsloby, will
attend tho II. Y. E. at Provo this winter.
Tho ur,ar fuctory employee" gnvr. n dnnco Fri
day night In tho Elslnoro opra Iioukc.
A uumbor ot ladlc.i held a ciulltlne bco at tho
homo of Mrs. L. E. Larson Monday. Aftor tho
rcwinp, the houlcan uorvcl dinner.
Mrs Myrtln Shlpp returned thin woek to her
homo In KnlghtM-llltf. uttor a visit In Monroo.
Mrs. Lottie Wolch and Mrs. Alta Bnriowman
guvo a i)iirirloi! parly In honor of Mrs. Myrtlo
Shlpp Thursday ovmlng. A laro number ot
j-oun? people was pre.-srnt. Luncheon was nerved.
Mr. nnd Mm. Slltix Wlnct and thnlr oldont
dnugblor, Mru. U.xgluy, nro over from Urnus Val
ley, visiting relatives In Memo.
GARFIELD. Oct. 4. Miss Blanohe Woodmansee
In maklnif an extended visit with relatives In
Mrs. Pcan Doldsn of Salt Lake spent the week
with Mrs. C. H. Lelber.
Mra, Popn Wilson entertained for dinner Tues
day evening Mrs. Wlllard Yflungdnle, Dr. aud
Mra. Murray Rock nnd Mrs. M. Downey of Den
ver. Mra. Wlllard'Youngdale was hostws t a luuch
eon party Mondny afternoon ln honor of ber cuoat,
Mra. M. Downor.
Mrn. S. M. Brown of Loadvllle. Colo., ls tho
Ruost of her daughter, Mr. R. H. Anhworth,
Mra, W. D. Loouard and ohlldreu will lenvo
Sunday for an extended visit ln Shrevuport, La.
Tle Ladlcn Aid society held Its regular mooting
Friday nttornoon at tho olub houso, Hostesooa ln
chnrgo woro Mesdamon Palmer, Saum, Oirr and
Butcher, rrogramiuo numb'era were furnlshod no
'lullowa! Monologue, Mra. Fred Hennon; reudlnp,
Mra. O. H. Carpenter: Instrumental noloctlouo,
Mcidamu OaaonuU. Viola and Mlas Lcathum.
MANTI. Oct. .-Mra. Mary Phillip1 of Long
Bcuoh, who Is spending some month here, en
tertained tho Mother club Tuesday uftornoon.
After a profitable programme was carried out,
luncheon waa served to the following ladles
Mm. O. W. Martin. Mra. I. F, Becker. Mrs.
Bird. Mra. Camilla Nelson. Mra. J. H Hornuns,
Mra. H. p. Haiuen. Mra. M. B. NclUon, Mrn.
Clara Nelson and Miss Maria Nelson,
Messrs. Joseph Judd. J. P. Nelson aad Fred
Alder spent part of tho week In Salt Lake.
Tho Ladles Literary club mot Thursday after
noon at the clubrooms.
MIm Ella May Cox and Onneva Jensen left Mon
day for Salt Lako. where they visited tho fair.
Mrs. John Shand entertained Saturday afternoon
in honor of hor daughter Alton, It being her blrth
iJay. Mr. and Mra. Christian Madsen entertained at !
o'clock dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. J, C
Lemons of Fenon,
Mr, and Mra. A. 0. Anderson entertained Mr.
and Mrn. Lemon at dinner Monday.
Mr. and Mra. Arthur Johnnon loft Thursday for
Salt Lako to npend the week.
Tho music section of the Ladles Literary club
mot Friday with 5Ira. J. P. Madrcn.
Mrs. Joseph Hannen of Forron. who has been
vlcltlng her sisters, returned home Tuesday, ac
companied by Mr. and Mra. Anthem Hongaard.
who will visit In Jerron for sorao Umo.
Mra. Virgil Patten left Wednesday ror Salt
Lake City, where oho will spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. P. r. Djreng entertained Mr. and
Mrn. J. 0. Lemons and daughter Jennie Friday
erening at dinner. The evening was spent ln ,
muslo and social chat.
Mra. Steele entertained a number of her Inti
mate friends Wednesday at a quilting.
The Daughters of the Pioneers met at the olub
rooms Wednesday afternoon and enjoyed a good
programme, consisting of readings, songs and
Mr. and Mre. George Fox of OrangerlUe
brought Mra. E. W. For and Mra. Tlngeo over
from Orangovillo by way of Sattna canyon In an
automobile Friday. Mre. Fox and Mre. Tinges
have been visiting In Orangevllle the past month
PLEASANT GROVE, j
PLEASANT OROVE. Oct 4. Mr. and Mra. Alex
Gray, Mra. William M. Stowart and Mr. and
Mra. C. S, White attended a fruit festival In
Lenl Snnday to celebrate the "Davis Foaoh day."
Peaches, cream and cake wero served to about
C. E. Thomas and daughter. Mra. Jennie Steele,
wero Salt Lake visitors last. week.
Mrs. Howard Driggn hns returned to her homo
In Salt Lake, after visiting a week with rela
William Stewart and Richard Fleming of Be
ment, 111,, and Mlas Alice Sohaefora ot Eugene,
Or., aro the guests ot Dr. and Mrs. H. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphu Waralck and Miss Effle
Warnlck hnve gone to Logan, whero Mr. Wamlck
and Miss Warnlck will attend the Agricultural
collcgo tho coming winter.
The eophomoro claas of Pleasant Drove high
school entertained at a danolng party In the
high school reception room Tuesday evening. An
enjoyable time waa reported.
Miss MabI Hall waa a Prov visitor Saturday
James Chipoan. of Salt Lake was Pleasant
Drove visitor last week.
Mrs. Alex Bullock has left for Duehssoe. where
the will spend the coming wlntor.
Hlsa Ethel Bank left for Salt Lake Wednes
day, after spending a month, the guest of Miss
Claren&a Nowmaa wr a Provo rlsttor this
Miss Cleone lajnfl spent Saturday and Sunday
with Salt Lako friends and relatives.
Mr. L. D. Btewart ls a Salt Lake visitor.
Mrs. C P. Larson entertained at a birthday
dinner Monday errenlng. Covore wero laid for
Miss Beatrice Gray loft for Salt Lake Wed
nesday, where nh will spend the coming winter.
Mlts Ora Holman of Provo wss a Flcacsnt
Grovn visitor Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, C. P. Larson spent Sunday at
Provo, the gueata om Sir. and Mrs, N. H. Noll
son. j MIDVALE.
MIDVALE, Oct. i. A party of MIdvale people
Journeyed to Salt Lake on Tuouday evonlng to at
tend tho party glvou In honor ot Mra. Annie Can
ning rl the home of her daughter. Mra. C. D.
McArthur. The evonlng was spont la games,
fortune telling and stories, and refreshments wero
served Thoe making the trip were Mesdames
D, Canning, Clyde Canning, "Charles Canning, Kalo
Stclnor, Kvcse Jones and Mrs. J. J. Williams of
Mrs W. W. O'Brien entertained at a Kenblng
ton Wednesday afternoon. Luncheon was served
to Mosdnmes F. B. Sponcer. William Watcm, H,
P. Miller. J J Mnglnncss. C. E. Colbert nnd
Mid. R. Vincent of Sandy.
The Jolly Five Hundred club met with Mrft
Ray Fonn on Moaduy. Prlics wero -non br Mra.
Al Drown and Mra. E. Hall. Those prenent wore
Mesdames Al Brown. 1". Hall. M. Olsen, Arthur
Lars en. Androw Laraen. II. E. Phelps. J. A, Al
corn, R. Custer. M. Lehman and William Waters.
The Ladles flperlal Reading club met wllh
Mra. W. D. Runner on Frldny afternoon. A
paper on "Women's Clubs" was read by Mre. J.
E. Robertson. Current events were read by Mrn. i
C. E. Colbert and a solo was rendered "by Mra. F.
Mrn. L. E. Wallers entertained on Tuesday
afternoon, Thoso present were the wlve.i and
sweethearts ot the members of the fire depart
ment. Gamo.i wero played nnd luncheon waa
Mr. nnd Mr. J. E. Hosmcr visited wllh tholr
son and daughter. Mrs. Jack Hostiier, during the
I SALINA. . j
SALINA. Oct. Miss Crlello Larson of Monroo
Is the gut.il of Mrs. S. D. Rasmuoson.
Clnrr-nce Brown loft Saturday for Mober. rhere
ho will remain during tho coming scison and
Br. Jr. A. Fruce of thin city attended the Stale
Modkal nosoclutlon convention nt Salt Lalic. Dr.
Friico was elected third vice president of the as
r.oclntlnn, A (Iqtlghttul party war given In compliment to
Mra, U. W. Crane, Jr. Many irlonds and rela
tives Tcrc present, Mr. nnd Mra. Crnno will mnko
their home at Knlghtsvlllo.
Mrs. Francis llnsii)uuon wno ft Monroo visitor
during Iho woolr.
Mlrs Laura Cruno left tor Ball Lako, where she
will remain arid eontlnuo her Jiiuile.il studies.
Mrs, IJforge Ralnoy of Salt Lahe City In the
guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Crane.
Mr. nnd Mra. Lo Clark left for Chicago to re
niuln two jcare. Mr. Clark will complete his
nludlrc In donllstry during their r.tay.
Mrs. S. J. RoborU aud Alice J. Crane havo
returned to their home in Idaho, after having
spent sovcral wcakx tn our city.
Mr. and Mra. A, J. Lowls aro visiting relatives
In Salt Lako City.
Miss Llbhle West spent the week ln Salt Lake
City, whoro she ropreeeuted North Sevier county,
and auted ns mutd of honor to 'the county queen
during tho itnle fair.
I BRIGHAM CITY. j
BRIGHAM CITY, Oct, i. Mre. C. 0. Valentino
cnlortatiied Monday evening at hor home. First
West and Sixth South slxeeui. la honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Errol Valentine, who wore married last
week. A pleasant evening v,as spent, and tho
company coualnted of relatives.
W. D. Galbrallh of Hebron, Neb,, Is a visitor
In this city. Ho ls npondlng hlc tlmo at Iho
home of his brother, G. II. Gulbrallh, and expects
to remain Iloro a row dayn.
Among the visitors to Salt Lako during tho
weok woro Tlioinns II Blackburn, C. Ellas Jen
ten. W. C. Horeloy. Victor' E. Madsen. R. L.
Flshburn and wife nnd son Mack and othera.
A. Lk Eddy spent Thursday In Salt Lako City.
Mm. Rankin Mclntyro of Ogden Is spending a
few days vlnlllng at tho home ot Mr. nnd Mrs,
W. T, Hargls.
Dclores nnd Bevard Nlcholn left early ln tho
week for Logan, whoro they oxpect to remain
during tho winter.
Mr. und Mrs, Ooorao D, O'Connor of Salt
Lako opent Sunday ln thin city vlnltlng frlondo
Dsnmark Jonson returned Sunday from an ex
tended utay in Chicago and Bloomlugton. 111.
Mlts Rose Jones, formerly ot this city, la ln
Now Yolk, wlierw sho will upend tuo winter
j PARK CITY. J 1
PARK CITY. Oct. 1. The first regular I !
meeting of the "Woman's Athenaeum will . I
be held Monday afternoon. October 6, at I H
the homo of the president. Miss Mary I lii
Shields, at 3.20 o'clock, II II!
Mrs. J. J. Galllgan visited In Salt Iake j jl
the beginning of tho week. j j!l :
Mr.v. p. VT. Mcliwan entertained tho I (( '
members of the "500" Card club very II Jjj
pleasantly at her home Saturday after- 11 If,
noon. Besides the mcmbors, aomo other II iH
friends were Invited. The prize winner J If
lor the afternoon waa Mrs, L. B. "Wight. 1 (i .
The next meeting will be ut tho homo of i
Mrs. Frankel. ! i
Mrs J. E. Nichols and children were ( (' '
Salt Lake passengers Tuesday afternoon II t
to take In the sights at the fair. J jj-1
Mrs, P. M. Smith was hostess at a ( 11 '
card party Thursday evening at her home 1 f$ ,
on Norfolk avenue. In uddltlon to the Hifjl
members of the Whist club, a number of II ,
other friends wero present. The prizes HI'
were awarded tho following ladles and M l
gentlemen: Miss Lecompt, Mrs. Fahren- . IV
dorf, p. w. Billings and Dr. A, O. tit
Browning, 11 Jl
Mrs. P. J. Tallon and children wore II IS
isItors ln Salt Lake during the week. Jj Jj
Mrs. Paul "W. Billings entertained tho I n
members of tho Ladles society of the l! Ill -
Congregational church very pleasantly at jj jl!
her home Friday afternoon. jl Jljj
Mrs. Margaret Carj' and daughters,
Grace and Margaret, went to Salt Lake 11)
Wednesday afternoon to visit with friends 1 1 1 139
for a few days. IIIJll
Mrs. P. F. Broen entertained a number II mB
of little folks at her homo Friday after- Jj!
noon for her grandson, Tom Fraser, It
being the little fellow's fifth birthday. 1 1 1 1 J
The following were the Invited guests: jj 11
Stella and Irene Fraser, Helen and Kath- I lit
leen Tallon, Margaret and Graco Cary. jl Ml
Mildred Tallon. Cecilia Savage, Melda Ml
Sullivan, Margaret Sheean. Kvdyn Bur- Ij Jl
beck, Ethel and Flossie Sullivan, Mary jj
Pegan, Ruth and Joyce Townscnd. I II
Frances Murphy, Florence Pearson. Golda J jl
Fraser, Anna and Josephlno Condon, (I H
Frances and Myrtle McCann. Bernard If
Moohan, Patrick Burns, Jack Tallon, I jl!
Louis Bromley, Harry Burbeck, Tom Ca- 12 j;
hill, Clarence Paxton, Alex and Brasil R j
Frazer, Raymond Pearson, JamcB Con- I ij
don. Frank Brecn, Howard and Tom III
Fraser. jj jj
Mrs. R. J. Bryant entortalncd the Hi jl
members of the Sego Lily club very ft
pleasantly at her home Wednesday after-
noon. II Jj
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shields returned jj Jl
Thursday morning from a visit ln Paco- I I
tello. Ida. I jj
Dr. E. P LecompL was an Incoming H I!
passenger Thursday morning. jj jj
Mrs. Maud Culbertson and little son jij
were Incoming passengers Thursday ilJJ
E. L. Talbot canio up to the Park j ij
Thursday morning. ijjJj
Oscar Friendly retumod to tho Parle . jJlHi
Thureday morning, after a pleasant trip If M i
through tho northwest jl II vt I
George Becker entertained a number 111 j
of his friends at a smoker Saturday ij I :
evening. The affair took place In the H t j '
Commercial club rooms. j Hi
George Becker left for Phoenix, Ariz., if f 1 1 1
George Qulnn was in Salt Lake the lllfll!
early part of the week. tlHH''
j BINGHAM. j
BINGHAM. Oct. 4. Q. B. Kelley. cash- jj !
ler of the Citizens State bank, has rc- Oil
sumcd his -position after a ten duys' (H I
vacation jijjt .:
Tho members of the B. B. club met lllj '
Friday afternoon with Mra. T. C. Wll- jij I 1
llamson at her home. 02 Main street. jl I
The hours wero spout socially, after (111 i
which luncheon was served. jjljj
The children of tho L. D. S. prima ry jj
classes were entertained last Tuesday ji j
afternoon at the ward houso by their Jul '
teachers. Games of various kinds wen1 JI
indulged in, aflcr which refreshments jlli i
were fier'ed. til i
In honor of her birthday, Mrs. B. V. jj 1 i
Richardson was pleasantly surprised by II I '
the members of the B. B. club at her j?
home In Freeman gulch, Tuesday night. IS J )
Whist formed the amusement for the II f i
evening, prizes being awarded ns fol- 1 f jl j ,1
lows: Ladles Firsl. Mrs. Albert Mar- 11 f .j
rlott: consolation, .Mrs. Hlla Clays. lut '
Gentlemen First. B. W. 'Richardson; h
hooby, Fred Palmer. Mrs. Richardson JJ j
was presented with a pair of handsomo 111 I f-
hand-ombroidcred pillow slips. jjjf j
Mrs. Farney of Lark is the guest this jj j
week of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crawford. M i 'J
A wedding which came as a sur- j j!
prise to their many friends took placo id 1
ln Salt Lake City about three months ml
ago, when Jack Starr and Miss Daisy jJj 1
Bonnett wero united in marrlago. The IHJi i
young people tried to koep the affair a 13 1
secret, and succeeded ln doing so until f3I t
tho early part of the week, w.heu the Lj 5
announcement was made. Both of the jj 11 S
contracting parties are well known In 5 8
camp, having resided here about three jlli u
years. Thoy will reside at Iil7 Main fl
street. Ifllf .1
Tho Mlssos Mary Burns, Pansy Paul fJjl 3
and Nellie Kloponsteln and Messrs. IjjJ fl
James Wilklns, W. E. Brooks and M. Iljj ij
Cotter visited the state fair Thursday. fj
HEBER CITY. j i t
I-IEBER CITY, Oct. A. Mrs. Stella J fj
Kimball of Ogden Is visiting with hwr 1,118(1
patents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Fraughlen. Mill
Mrs. A. L. Teff was hostess at a social llluii
Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Georgo InlSi
A. lusher, Mre. William McMillan and J Jjj
Mrs. W. S. Wlllcs. lijlf;
The members of the Omen club wero lgj?
entertained at tholr regular weekly mYi
afternoon meeting by Miss Naomi Duke. Mlli
Special guests wero Miss Clark and Miss ffirjp
Anna Duke. Sewing and refreshments ji If,
were the features of entertainment. rjji
Mr, and Mrs. Erner Murdock enter- gj III
ttiined at their home Wednesday even- 11 IE
Ing, when the following were their jjl
guests: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hatch, t-1 C
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Duke, Mr. and Mr?, j jit
D. A. Dannenbnrg. Mr. and Mrs. John lijll
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. William Rose- 13 II
voar, Mrs. Leonard Nuttal, Mrs. Maronl I Kj? fj ,
Turnor and Mrs. C. E. Dunlfcr. IJ ij; .
Miss Jessie Murdock entertained at her n Ifj
home Frldav evening In compllmont to Js f U ;
Miss Cora Murdock. who Is to spend tho rl I E
winter in Provo. Supper was served to ,i If ,
Miss Luella Smith, Miss Mary Fisher, H lii "
Miss Afton Clyde. Miss Margie Murdock, 15 II '
Miss Almeda McKnlghl. Miss Josephono U i .
Murdock and the guest of honor, Miss n'ilf K
Cora Murdock. (HI III';
MIbs Ada Sockett entertained the , lIHilfi
members or the G. Gl Teacup club fJKKJ
Wodnesday evening. Her guests were tflllal
Miss Luclnda Buys. Miss Eva Buys. Miss MllW
Vilate McMUIIan. Miss Nora McMllllan. biih i
Mlas Josephlno Murdook, Miss Jessie lift IlfjJ
Murdock, Miss Ellen Roao and Mrs. Al PljEl
J GARLAND. j 1 I
OAKLAND. Oot. A. Mr. and Mrs. Moslah Eran F1 llll
and Mrs. Joseph Wing motored to Salt Lake City itiilllUi
on Monday, whore they are tho guestd of Mro. 11 IP!
B. A. Bush and Mr. and Mr, Datld Chapman. lilt If
Mia, Elijah llunsackcr of Iloneyvllle. Ctth, HrflJT
yth her llltlo twin daughters, ls visiting In raitj
norland, tho guests of Mra Ara Fnssor and Mrs. 'yilfl .
Mleo Thoona Andrus rras hortea on Sunday ijj11j I
afternoon to a party of lltllo girls, tho occasion tfltlH
being hor eighth birthday. A foaturo ot thn flh I
luncheon tablo waa tho birthday caHe. with its ilf ij
lighted candles. Thosn prrsont wore Ilhea Win- jit If 8
tors. Dale and Mildred Davie. Clnlr Mowry, Mag- Uiiil
Klo and Leono Ramntoii, Louise Manning, Helon J igljH
lioso, Knld and Bcsslo Kvana and Loah Vanflwt, ; ;fJ ft
A party Ot Salt Lasers motored up to Garland .llill I
on Sunday, taking dinner at the clubhniiie. tiliiijr
The parly consisted of Mr. and Mrs. V. Willi- -Hill A
uey, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Typor and Mr. and JtrU