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t IN THE SOCIAL REALM.
IMrs. Arthur B. Witchor entertained
at n tea Monday afternoon In honor
of Mrs. Charles Henrotln, neo Alff, of
Kimberly, South Africa, who is spend
ing a month in the city. During the
i afternoon punch was served by Miss
Dlckert. Among tho guests were:
Mrs. Percy Sadler, Mrs. Albert B.
Ill i Walker, Mrs. Elbritlgo Thomns, Mrs.
Charles Post, Mrs. T. C. Bailey, Mrs.
Hi' C. W. Miles, Mrs. Edward Parsons,
H!& Mrs. Percival Perkins, Mrs. Union
H jn Worthlngton, Mrs. Charles Lawrence,
H P Mrs. Russell G. Schuldcr, Misses Alia
H and Margo Miller, Miss Daisy Ray-
l bould, Miss Elsie Dlckert, Miss Helen
Hi Gillespie, Miss Beatrice Chccsman,
HvH Miss Leslie Kerr of Chicago, Miss Ma-
Hjjtf son, Miss Evelyn Mason, Miss Ailcen
HU) McLean, Miss Burnham, Miss Annio
H'S; Adams, Miss Evic Thomas, Miss Bea-
jfl trice O'Connor and Miss Agatha Berk-
jli Father Thomas Sherman and Father
H'$ Donahue of Chicago are the guests of
HjjV Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Salisbury.
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Hjxl Miss Rao Bartch entertained at din-
Hj' ner on Sunday evening. Covers woro
HJjSI laid for ten.
It Mrs. I. C. Golsz has returned from a
a six-weeks' visit in tho East,
J II Mrs. Maxwell, accompanied by her
H daughter, Miss Edna Dean Davis, left
Hi on Thursday for their home in Call-
HJflj fornia, after a six-weeks' visit with
HJi' friends in this city.
H I Roscoo and Marshall A. Brcedcn
HBf havo returned from a two-weeks' visit
Hlr at tho fair and tho various coast
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HI'j Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rudy, Miss lun.
HBn Rudy and Miss Eva Richardson have
HUs returned from a six-weeks' visit at tho
HHjj fair and southern California.
Hji Dr. Riddlo left last evening for a
HW : visit with friends along tho coast.
Hj Tho Misses Daisy Wolfgaard and
Hj! Lou Bowcn havo gono to Portland and
Hfljl tho coast cities for a three-weaks'
i Mrs. N. P. Castle, accompanied by
her daughter, Miss Kate, left on Sun-
day ovening for Denver and other
. Colorado cities.
Mrs. William J. Browning is going to
Idnho Falls, where aha will visit her
sister, Mrs. Bowman, for a month.
Mrs. K. O. Keyes and niece, Miss
Marguerito Smith, left Monday even
ing for Idaho, to bo away about ten
Miss Helen Shopard has returned
from Park City and will bo at homo
to her friends until September 1, when
3ho leaves for Chicago.
Harry Lane of Belmont Park, Mont.,
Is in Salt Lake visiting relatives and
Mrs. Singlsor and daughter arrived
Monday from Sioux City, la., and
lolned Capt, T. F. Singiser at the
Mrs. Morris L. Ritchie nnd children
left on Thursday for Kansas City,
where they will visit with relatives
and friends until early In September.
At that time they go to Now York,
and will sail tho second week in Sep
tember on the Potsdam of tho Holland
American lino for Franco. After a few
weeks' visit in Paris, they go to Swit
zerland, where Mrs. Ritchie will place
tho older children in school. They ex
pect to remain nbroad some time.
The Misses Tlllio and Venes Frazee,
daughters of ox-Senator Frazeo of
Laramie, Wyo., are tho guests of Miss
Miss LUHo Hoff . of Lake Linden,
Mich., and Mrs. A. E. Rowe of Butte,
Mont., arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Schouerst at 245 West Third
Mrs. J. N. BoteiiKon, formerly of
Beaver City, has returned from
nearly a year's stay in Los Angeles
with her daughter, Mrs. Ed. X. Kirkby.
Mr. and Mrs. Betenson are both stay
ing with their daughter, Mrs. John W.
Hughes, 104 Third street.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Christy have
given up their house and aro now lo
cated in tho Emery-Holmes flats.
Miss Prudence Eden of Victor,
Colo,, is tho guest of Miss Mnry Ells
borry on her way homo from Portland
and tho fair.
Thcro will bo a icunlon of tho
Knowlton family nt Lagoon on August
Harry Bintz and Corydon Higgins
have gone to Laramie, Wyo., for a
week's hunting and fishing.
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Tripp entertained
it dinner Tuesday ovening in compli
ment to Mr. and Mrs. Alma Katx. The
other guests were Dr. and Mrs. John
F. Crltchlow, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fol
som, Miss Edith Shearman and Harry
Mrs. E. E. Haskell gavo a morning
bridge party for her sister, Miss Rice,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blntz loft Tues
day evening for a short stay in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Montague Ferry
?ave a dinner for twelvo Thursday
3voning at tho University club in
"ompllment to Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Truman of Kansas City.
Mrs. D. A. Truax has returned to
tho city from California and will spend
some time with her sister, Mrs. W. L.
Green at tho Manitou.
Mrs. E. A. Wedgwood and Miss
Edgarda Wedgwood aro spending a
few days with friends at Provo.
Mr3. A. C. Webb and granddaughter,
who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. El
mer B. Jones, left Monday ovening for
their home in Iowa City.
Mrs. Marthn Roylo King and her
son, Roylo, will leave Saturday for the
east. They will go direct to Avon-on-the-Sea,
where they will visit Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Milton Roylo for a
few weeks. Later Mrs. King will
spent some timo in New York taking
a special courco from her former
teacher, Oscar Saenger. They will bo
away till the late autumn.
Tho MIsso3 Lillian and Winnifrcd
Sawyer of Grand Junction, who were
visiting Miss Edgarda Wedgwood,
left Sunday for their home.
Alma Katz returned to Boise, Wed
nesday. Mrs. Katz has gone to Now
York to spend some timo with Mr. and
Mrs. Harry David Gue.
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Mr. and Mis. John C. Daly havo re
turned from their wedding trip and
aro at homo till their house Is com
pleted with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bintz,
on Sixth East street.
Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Robertson of
Sandy havo returned from a visit 0f
two weeks In Portland.
Mrs. H. C. Brownleo and son, v(li
ker, will be homo from Boulder homo
time next week.
Mrs. J. C. Armstrong of Ogden, Mrs
S. D Ensign and Miss Deo have re
turned from a trip of a month to the
coast. While away they visited points
of Interest from Los Angeles to Poit
land and tho sound country.
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Miss Olive Jennings has returned 1
from a two weeks' visit with frleiub 1
at Brighton. n
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Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Exum have H
gono to Seattle where they will reside 11
Miss Helen Halm is a guest for a I
short timo of Miss Ames on her way K
to join her father in Portland. H
Mrs. F. S. Castleton has gone to H
Idaho to spend a few weeks with her I
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Castleton. H
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A dance was given at Silver Lake I
by tho Stroller's club last Monday
evening. The hall was decorated in H
the club colors of pink nnd green. The
invited guests were Misses Wilson, I
Laura Parry, Eily Geary, Irene Short i
Mnrjorio Short, Elsie McMIUen, Rene j
Rodman, Mary Halloran. Florence II
Halloran, Beth Dunbar. Elizabeth Bi- J
ker, Myrtle McEvoy, Laura Fairoll 1
Clio Wooley. Maud McEvov. Elia D
Doy, Chas. Hanson. Sam Lochman I
Frank J. Folland, Harry Madscn. Unci K
G. Halloran, Clvdo McEvov, Frank 9
Root, R. Levey, E. Hansen. B. Hanson. B
Roy Contcs, Mar Van Cott, Dewltt n
Knox, Frank Knox. Jr., Will Rowe, n
Elmer Wolf. Sil Simon. Ray Sharp, Kg
Johnnie Held. Miss Kato Halloran N
and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Coulam chap- w
eroned the party. n
Miss Edna Edwards is in Logan vis
iting friends for a few weeks.
A party of young people enjoyed
tho hospitality of Mrs. Charles Walker
at tho Walker farm Wednesday even
ing. The guests left the city in auto
mobiles early In tho evening and re
turned by moonlight. Included in the
(party were: Miss Helen Gillespie,
Miss Alleen McLean, Miss Genevieve
McCornick, Miss Mary Mooro;
Messrs. Louis Cates, Hugh Saterlco,
Clarence McCornick and Aithur Par