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title: 'The Logan Republican. (Logan, Utah) 1902-1924, January 04, 1913, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3',
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SATURDAY JANUARY 4 1913 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN PAQE THREE H
' Compllmentnrv f
m MHr' an' rs Al Hl Thompson en
v tertalned with a 600 party Wednes-
day evening at their home on East
Center. The rooms were artistically
decorated wltb red carnations and
ChrlBtmas greenry. Delicious refresh
ments were served. Mrs. George Tor
geson, Mr. J. E. Shepard were the
prize winners. Thoso present were:
Miss Hyde, Miss Charlotte Kyle, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Cole, Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Flem
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Walters. Mr. and
Mrs. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard,
Mr. and Mrs. Ball, Mr. and Mrs.
II. Q. Nebekor, Mr. and Mrs. I. S.
Smith, Mrs. Frank Thatcher.
Mrs. N. W. Kimball entertained
a number ot her friends Monday af
ternoon. Tho rooms wero decorated
with Christmas decorations. Delicious
refreshments wero served,
Miss Ada Mltton ontcrtatned with
a Now Year's party Wednesday even
ing. The rooms were decorated with
the Christmas decorations. Delicious
refreshments wero served. Unique
and clover games wero played. Thoso
present were: Misses Florenco Nib
ley, Shirley Rogers, Virginia Bateson,
Ethlyn Barnes, Mary Carlisle, Flor
ence Carlisle, Adeline Barber, Jessie
Ecclcs, urita Smith, Claire Cardon,
Messrs Spencer Eccles, Leslie Smith,
Leo Hansen, Jean Stewart, Claytor
Preston, Guy, Poulsen. Oswald Haw
kins, Scott Budge, Conrad Odell,
Miss Eva Alvord roturncd homo
from Salt Lako last night. Miss Al
vord went to Salt Lake last Friday
to attend tho dancing party given by
tho Wlngals club at the Hotel Utah.
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. S. O.
Stevens entertained with a prettily I
appointed informal brldgo party. Jap-1
anese baskets filled with winter ber
ries wero effectively arranged about
tho rooms. Delicious refreshknonts
were served. Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Bell,
Mrs. Simla were the prize winners.
Those present were: Mrs. Cole, Mrs.
Fleming, Mrs. 'ihompson, Mrs. Mc
laughlin, Mrs. E. C. Bacon, Mrs.
Luthor Howell, Mrs. Richard Simla,
Mrs. Ball, Mrs. lsoao Smith, Mrs.
Shepard, Mrs. Ouy Thatcher, Miss
On Monday nfternoon Mrs. J. E.
Shepard entertained Informally In
honor of Miss Jean Hyde, Tho rooms
wore decorated with red geranium
blossoms and greenry. Mrs. George
Torgeson and Mrs. n. L. Campbell
wor tho prlzo winners. Brldgo was
tho gamo played. Delicious refresh
ments were served from dainty ap
Miss Amy Wilson entertained with
a prettily appointed party Monday
afternoon In honor ot Mrs. Hadley.
Tho rooms wero decorated with cut
flowers and greenry. At tho end of
tho aftornoon tho guests repaired to
Murdock's catering parlor whero a
delicious luncheon was served. Those
present were Mrs. Hadley, Mrs. Guy
Thatcher, Mrs. Moses Thatcher, Mrs.
E. S. Budge, Mrs. Joseph Marshall,
Mrs. O. W. Thatcher, Mrs'. Joseph
E. Wilson, Mrs. Roy Butlen, Mrs.
J. W. Morrcll, Mrs. Frank Thatch
er, Misses Winifred Morrell, Vivian
Hatch, Lettlo Thatcher, Lottlo Nebe
kor. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Llndqulst en
tertained with a Swedish supper on
Monday evening at their homo on Se
cond East. Tho tablo was graced
with roses. Covors wero laid for Mr.
and Mrs. O. H. Budgo. Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Cardon, Mr. and Mrs. Ceder-
Miss Sara Huntsman entertained
with a Kensington last. Friday aftor
noon tho rooms were decorated with
red roses and holly. Delicious refresh
menta were served. Those present
wero Miss Isabel Brooks, Mrs. F. E.
I Clark, Mrs. J. C. Walters, Mrs. C.
T. Tootzel, Mrs. ,E D. Ball, Miss
Last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. I
John Christiansen entertained at din
ner; tho tablo was decorated with
cut flowers. Covers wore laid for
Mrs. Lettlo Thatcher, Mr. and Mrs.
Moses Thatcher, Mr and Mrs. S.
E. Jcppeson, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Farr,
' Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzo Squires, Mr.
and Mrs. Thorp, Mr. (1 F. Thatcher
Miss Mario Gardener entertained a
few friends lnformnlly Monday even
ing. Games wero plaed and refresh
Tho Clio Circle will meet next Wed
ncsday with Mrs. J. II Llnford.
The A. C. Woman's club will
meet Monday with Mrs Teetzel.
Miss Moan will return from Salt
Miss Jean Hyde will return homo
to Salt I.nko tho early part of the
Miss I. corn Thntchor spent last
week In Ogden.
Miss Ruby Davis of BiiKham City
spent tho week here, guest- of Miss
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Squires re
turned homo to Salt Lake yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hadley spent the
early part of the week here. Mrs.
Hadley will bo remembered as Miss
Mr. Charley Fleming left Monday
after spending tho holidays here with
Mr. Wllford Cannon ot Salt Lako
spent the early part of tho week hero
Miss Ida Savage returned from
Salt Lako last night.
Mr. Arnold returned from Salt
Mr. Henry Moylo ot Salt Lako
spent part ot tho week hore.
Mr. and Mrs. Weston Vornon
spent part ot last week In Salt Lake.
I Mr, nnd Mrs. Horace Nobcker and
I littlo son returned from Ogden on
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Mltcholl
returned home to Salt Lake this
morning after spending the holidays
Mrs. Ellen Nlbley nnd daughters,
Misses Ednn and Florence Nlbley
nnd son Nnthnn left this morning for
Ocean Bark whero they will spend
tho remnlnder of tho winter.
Miss Ethlyn Barnes spent tho holi
days hero, guest of Miss Virginia
Miss Nellie Lloyd of Roxburg,
spent the holidays here with relatives
Misses Vera nnd Viva Crnnney
returned to Idaho where they will
resume their school work.
Misses Ltlllnn nnd Marie Monscn
returned homo to Salt Lake Wednes
day after a week's stay here, guests
ot Miss Rachel l'ederson.
Miss Zelln Smart returned yester
day from a week's stay at Preston.
Miss Salome Smith returned to
Salt Lako this morning.
Mr. Lewis T. Cannon spent last
Week end here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. G. Thatcher re
turned last Friday from Salt f.nkc.
Miss Isnbell Brooks of Roland Hall
spent tho holidays here, guest of
Mrs. F. E. Clark.
Miss Iono Smith returned to Snlt
Lako this morning.
Miss Zella Smart and Miss Ella
Hatch will leavo about tho fifteenth
of January for Los Angeles.
Mrs. Swlnynrd of Garland Is visit-
ing hero with relatives.
Mr. Luthor Howell spent Inst Fri
day and Saturday In Salt Lako.
Mr. Roy Rudolph of Hyrum spent
Mr. N. B. Wright spent Thursday
I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blood are
I homo from Kaysvlllo.
Miss Elizabeth Smith has returned
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cote enter
tained at dinner Wednesday evening.
Tho table was decorated with pink
nnd white carnations. Covers wero
laid for eight.
Hato Is a toxin; It poisons tho
wollpsrlngs ot tho bouI; Its end Is
madness nnd tho grnvo.
Brier Raatus on the Holidays
I'll bo mighty glnd when do holi
days is gone, knzo den folks Ml sot
tlo down en bo rcnsonitblo onco mo'.
De Lawd loves a cheerful giver,
but not do man whut gives en den
slnms do do' ter caso his mind.
Do one troublo 'but Chrls'mus is
do fact dat so mnny onclvlllzed pco
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