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Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Dcncli en
tertained at a family dinner on Sun
day Inst. Holiday decorations pre
vailed and covers were laid for fif
teen. S 5 J. 5
Mrs. Lewis Edwards entertained
111 9 fid rcrlu family on Christmas day
Vlttt c family dinner. Thoro wcro
S J 3
Mr. and Mrs. John CrockctJ. wcro
hoots at a-. Informal Chrlstmasjovoj
party last Saturday evening. Tho
j'ueata numbered fourteen In nil.
Dainty lCfroshments wcro served nnd
n. moot delglitrul scinl evening en
JnjcJ. fa fa fa fa
Mrs. Itobcrt Murdoch ontorlaljied
with a five hundred partyon Wcdnes
day ovenlng. There wero about
twonty guests. Tho prizes wero aw
t rded to Mrs. Gilbert Colo, Mr. B. T.
Cat don. Christmas decorations and
clusters of cut .flowers wcro about
tvo n ma. Dainty refreshments
, were served and a pleasant Uino had
by every ono.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ames spent
ChrlBtmaB at Wellsvlllo guests of
Mrs. A. M. Baxter.
Mrs. II. B. Ames roturnod last Sun
day from a six weeks visit In Ogdcn.
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Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Bateson en
tertained at Christmas for all tho
members of tholr family and a fow
Invited guestB. A Christmas ovo
party was Indulged In and on tho fol
lowing day n most delicious Christ
mas dlnnor was sorvod. Thoro wcro
thirty guests in attendance. Tho
rooms wero beautiful with holiday
decoration nnd, tho tabic was graced
with n clustor of crimson roses In a
crystal basket. Thoro was also a tree
with Its accustomed gifts and merri
ment and a real Santa Glaus. Tho
old tlmo aplrit of, Christmas prevail
ed nnd every ono had a most onjoy
' 0 3 ? 4
On Wednesday Mrs. E. M Athay of
Smlthflold ontertatnod at dinner for
membcrB of tho Bateson family who
motored up from here.
fa fa a fa
Mrs. John Ccdorlund entertained
on Wclncsday nftornoon with a kens
lngton luncheon In honor of her dau
ghter Mrs. Floyd Grovcr of Fielding.
Tho luncheon table was graced with
roses and a delicious menu was scrr-
3 j J t
On Tuesday evening at tho homo
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Weston Vernon tholr
son Weston Jr. together with Benton
Smith and Moso lUch entertained a
group of .their young frlonds with n
dancing party. Refreshments wore
served nnd a delightful evening
$ 5 S
Mrs. Luis Boudrero was hostess
Monday ovenlng at nn olaborato lun
cheon. Tho Christmas holly and over
greens mado a pretty decoration lor
tho rooms and a most tasteful menu
was served. Tho guests numbered
On Wednesday afternoon tho Wood
man of tho world entertained In tho
Lodge Hall with a Christmas party
for tho children with a tree and danc
ing. In tho evening tho grown up
had n merry party with light refresh
ments. . . .
I Mr. nnd Mrs. John Crockett were
At homo to their children on
Christmas day and a delicious Christ
mas dinner was enjoyed. Covers
wero laid for twelve
$ $ 3
....TI10 Ml uses Hnttlo Dlimc, Allco nnd
Flo Smith entertained on Tuesday
evening with nn claborato dlnnor.
Tho decorations woro In keeping with
Chrlslmns. The guests numbered
I S $
Miss Marvel Cnvc of Ogden Bpont
Christmas hero tho guest of Miss
J $ 8 S
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Adams uf Og
den spent Chrlstmm here tho guests
of Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Petersen.
fa fa fa fa
Mr. Mlllan Earl camo up fioin Salt
Lako City to spend tho holidays with
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Earl. Mr. Earl has been In tho em
ployment of tho Stato Engineer of
I'lco and has gono to Indlauua to com
pleto his engineering coursn.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. O. A Son
no entortalnod with acharmlngly ar
ranged flvo hundred party. Tho de
corations woro In kcopllng with tho
holiday soason and carnations wero
used on tho tables. Delicious rofrcsh
ments wcro served. Tho guests num
$ 3 3
Mrs. John Chrlstcnsen entortalnod
Inst evening with a dinner pnrty.
Covers wcro laid for six.
fa fa fa fa
On Wednesday orn'n Mr. Eath
est Earl entertained with n supper
party at his homo on south main.
Thcro wcro twolvo gaeit? In atten
dance nn,i following, th supper music
nnd cards wero enjoye!
Mr. Itccd Jackson Is spending tho
holiday season hero w'M. friends
On Inst Saturday evjnia? Mr. and
Vis. Oscnr Malmroso entertained
with a ChrlstmnB ove iaMv The
rooms wero beautifully (Ununited In
holiday effect and a del cms iupner
war served. Thoro was mno n Christ
li'ns treo anj a cost ouj'irnnl" even
Inrj was spent by ovoiy ono
$, t j j
Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Hansen aro re
ceiving tho congratulations of tholr
many frlonds on the birth of son on
Friday Dec. 23.
fa fa fa fa
Mrs. Julia Nlbloy was hoste,ss to
members of tho Budgo family yester
day at a dlnnor party. There wcro
thirty guests In tho party and a de
lightful social hour was spent.
$ $ 5 S
Mrs. Luthor Howell entertained
her bridge club Thursday afternoon.
There woro two tables.
On Mondny evening Mr. and Mrs.
Oscnr Malroso entertained with a
Christmas dancing party. Thcro
woro eight guests. Light refresh
ments wcro served, nnd a most plea
sant ovenlng spent.
? J $
On Wednesday aftornoon ono of
tho prettiest parties of tho Irolldny sen.
son was given by ho Misses Camllo
nnd Knthryno Chrlstonsen. Tho
rooms nnd tablo decorations woro all
In keeping with Christmas and thoro
wcro threo tables of cardB, prizes
woro nwnrded to Miss Edna Craw
ford nnd Mies Bcntrlco Wendlcboo.
At tho conclusion of, tho cards a do
HcIoub luncheon was served.
I j S-
On Monday evening Mrs. W H.
Peterson was hostess at' an Informal
ChilstniriB dinner. A cluster of plnl:
roses graced the tnble nnd covers wero
laid for eight.
I S S
I Mr. and Mrs. Ceo Flster spent part
of this week visiting In Brlgham City.
i ; fa fa
Mts. T. B. Cordon entertained ln
' formally at cards on Monday eben
lng. Light refreshments wcro serv
ed. There wcro eight guests.
I $ 5 5'
I Mrs. M. O. Bell was hostess at a
."'cut charming dinner party on Chlrst
I mas day In honor of Dr. and Mrs.
'john Bernholsel of Lewlston nnd Mrs
C. It. Stoddard of nichmond, and
Miss Stck of Lowlston.
fa J fa $
Mrs. nobert M. Smith entertained
a number of friends on Wednesday
nfernoon Dnlnty refreshments wero
Bcrvcd nnd tho tlmo passed very plea
santly 1 9 games nnd social past time.
& 4 4
Mrs. Allco L. Becse of Benson Is
spending tho week end with Mrs. J.
$ 3 S 5
Mrs. I. P. Stewart entertained at
a family party for tho Stewarts.
Games and dancing wero tho featur
es with tho serving of a delicious sup
por. There woro about thirty guests
S S 5 3
Miss Ituth Budge was hostess with
a Blelgh riding party on Monday.
5 s fa $
The MIssob Camllo and Kathryno
Chrlstonsen entertained with a social
party on Tuesday ovenlng. Thcro
were sixteen guests in attendance.
Games and music wero tho features
of onertalnmont nnd dainty refresh
ments wero served.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl II. Olson spent
ChrlBtmas hero with Mrs. Olson's par
onts Dr. and Mrs. II. K. Merrill.
MIbs Lalla Merrelt Is spending this
weok at prcston with her sister Mrs.
Carl II. Olson.
On Tuesday Commissioner and
Mrs. John Crockett were hosts at .a
dinner party. An elaborate menu
was served and covers were laid for
S ? $
Miss Adelaide Neltsen was hostess
at a charming Uttlo party on Wcdnes
day In honor of tho Misses Helen and
Elsa Thompson who are at homo
from California for tho holidays.
Christmas deccratlns prevnlled thor
ughout tho rooms while on tho tablo
dainty candle sticks and roses wcro
used effcclvcly. The guests number
5 s S 5
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Hobus:h of Salt
I.iko City woro hero to attend tho
England nnd Call wedding which t'nvk
plncc on Christmas day.
On Christmas day tho marriage of
Miss Martha England tho charming
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
II. England and Mr. Howard Call
was solomnlzed at tho homo of tho
bride. Bishop Chas. England officia
ting. Tho rooms wero very beautiful
ly decorated with holly, evergreens
. nnd holiday t enturcs. A lnrgo number
of guests witnessed tho ceremony
ana tno young couple wero tho re
cipients of mnny beautiful gifts. Mr.
.Call will rcsumo his studies at Den
.vor In tho near futuro and Mrs. Call
will remain hero for tho present.
' 5 fa
Mr. and Mrs Anthon O reterson
and babe of Sprlngvlllo spent the
Christmas holiday with tholr parentB
Mr. and Mrs. Andreas Peterson.
4 $ fa fa
Thursdny afternoon Miss Edna
Crawford was hostess at a most
pleasantly arranged card party at
her home Thero wero two tables
and dainty refreshments wero serv
ed, fa fa fa fa
Dr. nnd Mrs. I. P. Oldham and
family spent Christmas in Mcndon
with Mrs. Oldham's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. r. Whitney. Other members
of the Whitney family wcro nlso prcs
ent nnd a most enjoynblo tlmo as
well as a delicious dinner was en
Joyed. fa fa fa fa
Dr. and Mrs. II. II. McGeo encr
talncd Dr. nnd Mrs. J. W. IIaward
nnd family over tho Christmas holi
day. fa fa fa fa
Rev. Harris Plllsbury was host to
the Boys of tho Sunday, school on
Thursday ovenlng. A delicious sup
per was served nnd a pleasant tlmo
fa fa ? j
Dr. and Mrs. I. P. Oldham enter
tained on Thursday ovenlng for a
group of their friends. Tho quests
numbered six nnd a pleasant oven
lng was spent in social past time,
Mrs. G. A. Llndqulat entertained
on Wednesday in honor of Miss Ver
na Llndqulat who ia horo from Salt
Lako spending tho holidays. A fam
ily dinner was enjoyed with covers
laid for sixteen.
fa fa "fa
Dr. and Mrs. McGeo wero hosts
Thursday evening at a dlnner.'glven
In honor of tho Drs. birthday. Thcro
wero four guests. Following tho din
ner tho party repaired to he homo of
tho Haywards whero a delightful sur
prise party was given. Delicious re
freshments wero served and a pleas
ing evening spent.
$ fa fa
Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. L. Barron nnd
Uttlo son Bobbio of Sprlngvlllo spent
the holidays hero With Mr. Barrons
parents Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Maughon.
$ s fa
Miss Danzell McGee will entertain
a group of her Intimate friends with
a slumber party this evening.
fa fa $
Mrs. A. J. Bell was hostess at n
Christinas dinner on Sundny. Covers
were laid for fourteen.
I fa fa
' Mrs. W. B. Stewart entertained
yesterday afternoon Informally, "for
Mrs. Geo Barber who Is visiting horo.
A fa fa
Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Budgo enter
tained at dinner on Thursday evening
Christmas dcorations wero used and
covers wero laid for ten.
On Wednesday Mrs. W. W. Merrill
entertained with a card luncheon.
Holiday decorations prevailed In tho
pretty now home nnd delicious lunch
was served. Thero wero twenty guests
in nttendnnco and a delightful tlmo
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Bowen spent
part of tho week here with relatives
fa fa fa
Mrs. Bryant Martlneau has return
ed from Ogden where she spent tho
$ fa fa
Tho eleventhward children wero
given a Christmas treo party on
Thursday afternoon In tho High Scho
ol Gymnasium. In tho evening tho
grown folks onjoyed a dancing party
$ $ fa
Prof, nnd Mrs. Geo. W Thatcher
entertained on Wednesday ovenlng
with n. dinner party. Holiday decora
tions wero about tho rooms and ros
es and greenery graced tho tablo,
Covers wero laid for twenty-flvo gucs
ts. A social evening followed the
3 fa 3
Tho Boy Scout Council entertained
with a costumo party on Wednesday
evening at to Logan High School.
Tho guests camo dressed In juvenile
garb. Dainty refreshments wcro
served and games and dancing en
Joyed, to a lato hour and every ono
pronounced It one of tho most suces
sful parties of tho season.
fa fa fa
Mrs. G. W. Lindqulst entertained
on Thursday evening wlh a Swedish
supper. A most delicious menu was
served and n pleasant evening follow
ed. Tho guests numbered fourteon,
fa fa - fa
Miss Besslo Maughan Is spending
her vacation at homo with her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Maughan
Miss Maughan is instructor in art at
tho Murdock Academy nt Heber City.
Mr. L. W. Ashton has returned to
Ogden nftcr spending Christmas in
If Jess Wlllnrd rcniry struck oil we
guess Jock Dempsey will not have
much chnnco to strike Jess Wlllnrd.
J. H. Ztthn has been appointed
Princeton basketball coach. Ho is a
brother of the Dartmouth basketball
Bobby Davis, tetoran Inflelder, has
Inndcd early for next season, having
signed with the Bonding club of the
How can nn armg conference amount
to anything with such authorities as
Grover C. Alexander, Walter Johnson,
Lee Meadows. Carl SInys nnd Arthur
Nehf not invited?
One Udng there will be no newa
about this winter and that is new
managers in the mnjor leagues. All
the team lenders are set on their Jobs
for next year apparently.
Lyric Theatre Oak Theatre
SATURDAY ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Tom Mix In 'Hands Off '
Alarm Clock Andy
News, Comedy nnd Topics ADVENTURES OF TARZAN -
NOTE nEItEAFTER TITO BIO FEATURE WILIi START AT 3:00 C:00
7s00 nnd 0:00 nt Tho Lyric.
I HARRY'S CAFE
H. C. Bradbury, Prop West Center
We extend the Season's Greetings
to our many friends and customers.
. . .
lhis is the place to get what you
want, served as you want it and
and when you want it.
Special 35c Dinner Every Day
Try Harry's Famous Chili Con
J Carne 10c per order.
Tuesday, January 39 1922 Auditorium Logan
j FOR THE WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 'OF UTAH ,
Diek DeSayso -vs- Frankie Darren
1 Salt Lake (Challenger) Champion Logan ,
Semi Wamduip . ': . - , Lightweights '" I
I Mark Jorgenson, Preston -vs- Lee Sneddon, Ogden. Jimmy Ross, Logan -vs- Joe Green, Elko Nevada, j
Young Jimmey Hanlon, Logan -vs- Waldo Barker, Newton Utah. I
I Get your jReserved tickets early. Prices $1.00 Reserved scab $ 1 .50 plus war tax Ladies invited. I