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ffl I 4 TRUTH, X
II I' IN THE SOCIAL REALM.
Hjl (j Tho wedding of Miss Ida Kathryn
HE i Ij Mecklenburg, formerly of this city,
HE J. ' and Robert E. Cleveland took place
HJ , Wednesday In Seattle. Mrs. P. C.
HJ Mecklenburg of this city loft last week
HE ; to attend tho nuptials. Mr. and Mrs.
HJ 4 Cleveland will spend their honeymoon
HL in British Columbia, and will bo at
HE homo to their friends after Juno 15 In
JHJ ' . .Miss Maymo Me6kH entertained a
HR tavf of her friends at an informal card
Hfj ' party on Monday ovenlng In honor of
HI . Mrs. Charles AVcst, who loaves on
HE f I Sunday for a six weeks' visit with
UTj '! friends in Portland, Ore. Tho rooms
Hjj -j woro prettily decorated with lilacs.
HJ? "Sixty-three" and ilinch woro played
HJ M during tho evening, prizes being won
EflU by Miss Mayer and Mr. Jack Berk-
HE ! Mr. E. M. Allison entertained nt din-
HE- ner Thursday oyoning at tho Unlvcr-
HJi h sity club, Dr. John Franklin Crltchlow
HE being the guest of honor.
HJI ' Mr. and Mrs. William Drowning are
HU , now at homo to their frionds at 1G1
HE . North' Main street.
HE ' ,MIss Helen Bamberger cntortaincd
HE ' tho members of her sowing club on
iSB Friday afternoon.
KM (r. Mrs. Mary M. P. Allen of Park City
HB and Mrs. Gcorgo II. Hancock of this
HE i; city left Thursday for a brief trip to
HE. , Los Angeles.
EH & &
HE i Mrs. Percy T. Sadler and children
HJj leavo Sunday to pass the summer in
EjE ! California.
EE Mr. Harry Roberts cntortaincd a
HE i few' friends' Informally at dinner Wcd-
flflf nesday ovenlng at tho Emery Holmes
'EJ ! J caf o.
Wm Mrs. John J. Dayncs, Sr and Mrs.
3 f J. J. Daynes, Jr., ontcrtnlncd at a
HJ ' Kensington on Saturday afternoon at
Ml 'their home, 38 D street.
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Jjj '. Rov. and Mrs. Wnko celebrated their
Hjj r golden wedding anniversary Thursday
Hj L' afternoon and evening at tho home of
Hjj their son, Mr. Gcorgo Wake, 1140
HE .' ' Washington avenuo.
HE i' Mis. Shcpard A. Bonson is tho guest
HE i ' of Mrs. L. L. Downing during her stay
HE U 'in this city.
HE J1! ' Miss Bessio Ilodson left Wednesday
fljflj r. ' to spond tho summer months in Call-
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rlter entertained
Informally at dinner on Monday even
ing. Miss Bessio Chandler of Bingham Is
the guest of Miss Pearl Van Cott for
a few days.
P. X. Model loft over tho Overland
Wednesday night for New York. On
tho 21st of May Mr. Model will sail
from that port on tho Deutschland for
Mrs. Hanauor and Miss Fannio Ilan
auor entertained at bridge Wednesday
and Thursday afternoons.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Puckett left
Wednesday night for California for the
bcncllt of Mrs. Puckott's health.
During their stay in this city Dr.
and Mrs. Alfred .Too Holton aro at
homo to their fronds at 158 North
Mrs. S. D. Evans loft Wednesday
night for California to bo away sev
After a two months' visit with Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Mackenzie of this city
Mrs. J. G. Mackenzie has returned to
Miles City, Mont., accompanied by her
Mr. and Mrs. L. Edwards Casady of
Seattle aro the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Casady of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Y. Wallace on-'
tertaincd a party of ton friends at a
dinner Tuesday evening In compliment
to Mr. and Mrs. William G. Sharp and
Mrs. Thomas Davis.
Mrs. II. T. Cleaver gavo a luncheon
Tuesdny at which covers were laid for
ten. Persian lilacs were used in tho
Mrs. Wing B. Allen and Miss Sarah
Aloxander entertained at a luncheon
Mrs. Orson G. Howard entertained
tho 500 card club at her homo, 1103
First street, Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Schuyler C. Snyder has
changed her at home from Friday to
Monday nnd will hereafter receive her
frionds on that day at her apartments
In the Miller Hats.
Mrs. Walter Lowis of Butto is in
town, tho guest of her sister, Mrs. O.
I : SPRING Creations
H ' Hats that show the v
H ski11 of expert de mSjhKA
W signers. In $5.00 MMM
M and $3.00 qualities. I&
HE '' SFring Neckwear 3i
he t anc Purn'sn!ngs m lwiii
I ; the new novelties. fSlh
1 ? Brown Terry & Woodruff Co
, Tel. 193. 166 Main Street.
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I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sharp and Mrs.
Thomas Davis left Thursday for New
York, after spending a short time with
Judgo and Mrs. Robert Harkne3s.
Mrs. James X. Ferguson is tho guest
of Mr. and Mrs. David Keith till next
week, when she loaves for Terminal
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Richards are
row at homo at 340 East First South
Mrs. Robert MacDougall arrived In
the city Tuesday from Japan, and is
it homo with Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Brownleo at 227 Eleventh East
Mrs. Paul Kimball enmo up from
KImberly Tuesday and spent tho day
with her sister, Miss Zannlo Cannon.
She left the samo evening for a short
Etay with relatives in Ogden.
Mrs. C. E. Looso of Provo spent
Tuesday in tho city.
Miss Bessie Hodgson left Tuesday
for California, where she will spend
Miss Joinna Spraguo is in Milwau
kee and will remain there until about
the middle of July.
Mrs. Shcpard A. Benson is tho
guest of -Mrs. L. Ij. Downing during
her stay in tho city.
Mrs. H. Burmcstcr and daughters
will spend tho summer in Portland.
Miss Lucilo Yates loft Tuesday
ovenlng for a few weeks stay In Cali
fornia. Miss Geneve Horlick was tho hos
tess Monday afternoon at a "Lilac
Tea," given in honor of Miss Ada
West, whose marrlago to Frank Lowe
occurs on Juno 7. Tho decorations
carried out the lilac Idea nnd woro in
tho best of taste. Refreshments were
served bv Miss Helen Gillespie, Miss
Horlick nnd llttlo Beth Horlick. Dur
Irg the afternoon musical selections
were enjoyed, those contributing be
ing Miss Graco Radcllffo, Misses Ethel
iiid Geneve Felt, Miss Margaret Mul
vov and Miss Horlick. Miss West re
ceived a as "guest prize" a beautiful
drawn-work lunch cloth.
Mrs George Phelps Holnian enter
tained the members of the "500 club"
Mrs. William If. Ak.a, " I
taincd at a luncheon Woi, Pntcr I
Paul Tarpy of San vrnn, , '
the city, the guest of Vl , " s "
Young of Red Butte holi,,,, (jTatui In
Mrs. II. T. Cleaver nnt, ,
luncheon Wednesda? mU"0,no at
Mrs. Frank H. Lnthrop ha mil. . P,
from a visit at Goldllold lrned "
H. O. Wilson of Butte i vi.m ic
friends in this city. UsitinS J
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Vnsov ni '
children leavo Monday to ! T "
summer with friends In tho east se
v ' 1 cf
Prof. Gcorgo and Mrs. Squa.y m.p J d(
taken "The Octogon House for , 1
summer. - (1 t'1
i H in
Mrs. Don R. Coray and son Don- I
aid, have moved into their new homo I
540 Elizabeth street (between i tl
Eleventh and Twelfth East anil Kim, I n
and Sixth South), where they are at I ol
homo to their friends. t(
Mrs. Mary A. Mayborry has re- i 1"
turned from Los Angeles, Cal
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Murray B. Howard and Barney cl
Qulnn, who left last week for Fort h
Logan to tako tho examinations for el
West Point, returned Monday evening. c!
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Robert W. Glondinning of Hcelicta, "
Mexico, is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Donncllan at Pacific Grove, .,
See tho supplement just published '"
containing all subscribers (half of '
them now) in Murray. i 1'
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