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ErT 4 -TRUTH, I
; , ', IN THE SOCIAL REALM.
I Tlio Misses Laura and Lena Preston
bjL J i arc liomo from California.
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l' ' . ': Mrs- B. E. Illch of Ogden Is spond
m tiffif ' ,:,B a few days In tlio city.
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iff; i ..pi Mrs. E. J. Yard of Denver Is the
i'v Ji ciiest of Mrs. Georgo W. Snow.
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H l 'ff Tho Concordia Club gavo Its first
' 1 1-all at Unity hall Friday night.
. . , jfl Mrs. II. W. Young entertained at a
;t ? ii Kensington Wednesday afternoon.
' l I G. S. Holmes and Miss Charlotto
;, i ' ,1 Holmes returned to the city Friday.
i:' - . " f ,,1 The next hop at Fort Douglas will
If. f Kg ho given a week from Friday ovcnlng.
; " . ' , ' Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Brink and their
H J ' i daughter liavo gone to Denver to ro
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, ri , 'I Mrs. Kcarnes of Gunnison, Utah, Is
H' ,' 'I visiting her sister, Mrs. John Hamp-
., iff (on.
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' i . !j Miss Louise Peery of Ogden is In
I. J ' !l (ho city, tho guest of Mrs. Claud V..
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K, J'lp ' v 1 Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Richards and
I li 'v (I family aro now at homo at 317 First
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H. ' ia Mr. and Mrs. Montaguo Ferry aro
H . ijjj expected to return from San Francisco
H 'I Sunday.
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H'. VI , ' g Miss Jano Howat will probably leavo
' ! ', ! early In Juno for an oxonded trip
!'., ill abroad.
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'..-'- ; it Tho High School Alumni will give
Hji', ' ..' '", ' ii a dance at Unity hall this Saturday
I?"'-'". '1 1'i ovbnlng.
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Mjih'' V,, , 'i Mrs. G. K. Ott is homo from a visit
H' k ' ' II of 80mo t,mo w,tn ner daughter in
B'-J, 48 Santaquln.
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"' .' "''.' !i ' ' Mrs. Drlant II. Wells will entertain
H "jS lnformnlly next Wednesday for Mrs.
H ' i Guy Pilmor.
H'. ' -. Miss Suslo Pilgrim of Lognn Is tho
' :uj guest of Mrs. II. G. Brockmnn at tho
H ;fi Emery-Holmes.
'4 Tho tourist section of tho Ladles'
H' , J Literary club mot Tuesday morning
H.' ' ; and Mrs. E. W. Wliltnoy read a paper
M' on "Jnpnneso Aricliltecturo and tho
M '.$ Japancso as Landscapo Gardeners."
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The Delta Upsilon fraternity will
have a banquet Saturday evening at
Mrs. Henry C. Brownleo entertained
tho members of her sowing club Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings enter
tained Mrs. W. 13. Borah at dinner
Miss Edytho Halo entertained tho
girls of her sewing club Tuesday after
noon at her homo.
Tho Wasatch Literary club met with
Mrs. B. Hauxhurst, 10C8 Blalno ave
nue, Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. C. Roylo is in Denver, where
she Is being entertained by many club
women and other friends.
Miss Edna Colin, who has spent
the last few months in Now York, is
again home In Salt Lake.
Mrs. W. 13. Borah is down from
Boise, and is at the Kuntsford, where
sho Is receiving her friends.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Jones and niece
of Chicago aro guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Windsor V. Rice of this city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Elliott Best have re
turned from Los Angeles and will bo
at homo hero until early fall.
Tho O. E. S. Circle mot Wednesday
afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. J. E.
Boverldgo, 125 Sovcnth East street.
Miss Paulino Terry loft for tho
East Tuesday, after vlsitlnc; for some
timo with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Terry.
Mrs. S. A. Pointer and her two
daughters havo returned from St.
George, whoro thoy spent tho winter.
MIes Marian Rookledgo has returned
from California after a visit of throe
months with her slstor, Mrs. Wctmaro.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. D. Egor of Now
York aro at the Kenyon, and aro be-'
lug entertained by Salt Lake friends.
Mrs. 13. J. Yard of Denver arrived
in tlio city Tuseday. and will be tho
guest for a timo of Mrs. Georgo W.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Trent and Miss
Leo Trent will move soon and will bo
nt homo at 907 East South Tcmplo
Mrs. S. F. Fonton has returned
from California. Mrs. Fenton will re
main there for some time for her
Mrs. J. D. La Forgeo Is at homo
with Mrs. B. A. McMillen at 825 East
Second South street till she loaves for
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boehmer have
returned from their California trip
and are at homo to their friends at tho
The Cleofan met Tuesday with Mrs.
Charles Wells on Second street. Mrs.
Thomas Sloan read a paper on "Fra
Mrs. Cora Chandler, accompanied
by her niece, Miss Stella Hawk, left
for California Monday, to bo gone
Mrs. David S. Murray, who has
spent tho past few months in Los An
goles with Mrs. Jovne, will bo homo in
about a week.
I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroo of
Muskegon, Mich., who were at tho
Knutsford for a few days, loft Monday
for their home.
' Mrs. W. G. Sharp and Mrs. Thomas
Divls of New York are in he city, the
guests of tholr parents, Judge and Mrs.
I Robert Harkncss.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wolstenholme
and Miss Grace Bunting expect to
leave soon for California, where thoy
will visit friends.
Tlio marriage of Miss Mabel Rich
ards of Pomona, and Clarence Wil
liams of this city, took placo In Riv
erside, Cal., April 5.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Rowlands of
Fort Douglas entertained at bridge
Wednesday evening, tho guests being
only friends at the garrison.
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j The cast of "Sho Stoops to Conquer"
"were guests of honor at an excursion
given by tho University v..ironIclo staff
Friday evening to Saltair.
Miss Edith Shearman will remain in
Now York on her return from Europe
for a visit of soveral weeks with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Harry David Gue.
Miss Mary Louise Anderson will
give a small brldgo party this after
noon in compliment to Mrs. W. G.
Sharp and Mrs. Thomas Davis.
Mlss Gertrude MayTT555
a novelty shower wedn" f,r'ai
noon for Miss Noll W Sy aIl-twenty-four
girls were pressentAbots
Tho Women of Unity Pri
talned at a Kensington a lente'
Wednesday afternoon mm 'y hal
read a paper on Emerson and CaJ"
Dr. and Mrs. William aim;v
turned from an extenTed fe ?
Pacific coast Tuesday, a ld "? l
at their apartments aytffS
Mrs. Arthur Barron and her lit.,, I
daughter, Dorothea and M v)v 1
Sullivan of Ohio, spent a H ft I
city, the guests of Mrs. j. w. sul'hSl
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raymond Bab, I
and little son of New York arafn. 1
rlvo bore In a short timo for Vvi.'l
with Mrs. Baker's parents 0rM?S
Mrs. Oliver A. Jennings. M
Mr. S. C. Constnnce, a business man
of New York City, with Mrs
stance, Is visiting the latter's parents
Mr. and Mrs. John Gallacher of Salt
Mrs. Joseph E. Caino will entertain J
for Mrs. Guy Palmer next Monday J
Mrs. Wlllinm Reld will also give a
luncheon during the coming week for
Mrs. Palmer. I
The date set for the marriage of
Miss Darlone Buckingham and D. U
Kemper of Omaha, is Wednesdav
April 2C. Tho Invitations will be Is
sued in a short time.
Miss Elizabeth H. Dunbar left Wed
nesday for tho east. Sho will spent i
short timo with Miss Beth Dunbar In
Chicago and join her son at Princeton
for the Easter vacation.
Tho dance which was to have been
given by tho Authors' club at the uni
versity Saturday evening Is postponed
for one week, when It will take place
in tho museum building.
Mrs. A. A. Smothers of Colorado
Springs passed through the city yes
terday on her way home, after a vlsi
of several weeks with Mr. and Mr!.
J. S. Noblo at Long Beach, pal.
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Mrs. Guy Palmer, nurso and two
children, from Fort Crook, Neb., are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W.Jen
nings, at 172 First street. Mrs. Palmer
was formerly Miss Alice Hooper.
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