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I j ADDiriONAL SOCIAL NOTES.
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Davis have re
H turned from a bIx weeks' visit in the
H' east .
H Dr. and Mrs. H. N. Mayo are homo
H '' from a trip through Yellowstone Na-
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H Mr. and Mrs. Georgo H. Wood and
the Misses Wlnnifred and Ella Dyer
H , left Thursday for Portland.
H ! Mrs. A. M. Walden will entertain
H at a small luncheon today for Mrs.
H Philip Oarrctson of Denver.
H Mrs. W. C. Campbell and her daugh-
H ter, Miss Roberta Akers, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Williams.
H Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Gates will
H leave tomorrow for Denver, where
H. they will make their homo.
H Mrs. Philip Garretson of Denver,
H ' formerly Miss Georglo Stevenson of
H this city, is in town visiting friends.
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Hi1 Mrs. K. C. Inselman of Bellovue,
1) Mich., is in town for a week's stay
H with her cousin, Mrs. Frank Lane.
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j j Miss M. Alice Isley will leave early
H next month for her home in Hiawatha,
fj I ' Kan., after having lived in Utah for
i'jj the past ten years.
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H , Mr. and Mrs. Heber M. Wells and
H, their two small boys, and Mrs. Alma
H Katz, left Monday for Ogden canyon
H' to spend a short time.
H Mrs. T. H. Ellerbeck and her boys
Hj j are home from an .outing of over two
K j months part of tho time being spent
H in Idaho and part in East canyon.
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H , Josh R. Mclntyre of Tacoma loft
Mi Monday for his homo after spending
H a fo wdays in tho city. Mr. Mclntyre
H is returning from an eastern trip of
m ' two months.
M '! The Misses Linda, Emily and Mar-
M ,. gueritc Jessup and their brother are
1 in Brighton where they will bo joined
fl i Bhortly by Mr. and Mrs. R. j; Jessup
1 for a Lrlef outing.
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M The Los Angeles Times says: "E.
M N. DIckeson gave a yachting party
M ' this morning on his fine yacht Lillian,
k 'ta guests being Mrs. McMillan, Mrs.
H L. T. Garnsoy, Miss Warren Mills
M Garnsey, Mr. and Mrs. W. IL King,
i Mrs. William Bartling of Salt Lake
' and William Fox of London.
Mrs. Thomas E. Newman Is spend
ing the summer in Parley's canyon
where she has been for tho past six
Mrs. 0. W. Powers entertained at
a small and informal luncheon at
Miss Katherlno Frieze returned
Wednesday from a visit of some time
with friends on the coast.
Mrs. Adolph Baer entertained a
small party of friends at a luncheon
at tho Country club Wednesday.
Miss Jean Alford is home from a
visit of some twelve weeks with
friends In Park City and Provo.
Miss Edith Sutherland, daughter or
Senator and Mrs. George Sutherland,
will leave early in September to enter
Miss Bennett's school on the Hudson.
Miss Mary Teasdel and her mother
and Miss Laura Rollins who left Sun
day for New York, sill September 2
'or Paris to spend some years In art
Mrs. E. M. Allison and her family
ire home from a stay of two months
n tho coast. Mrs. Allison visited the
air and spent the latter part of her
time at Santa Cruz.
Mr. and Mr3. Benner X. Smith and
Miss Margaret McCluro will leave
today for San Francisco, and thence
for Menlo park, where Miss McClure
will re-enter school.
Miss Florence Foster spent Wednes
day in the city on her way homo to
Mesllla Park, Mexico, after having
spent the summer in Logan with Mr.
and Mrs. Eldon P. Bacon.
Mr. and Mrs. William Crabbo of
Washington, D. C, are In tho city for
a short stay with Mr. and Mrs. G.
H. Crabbo. Mrs. Crabbe was formerly
Miss Leone Nixon of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arnold and
Miss Clarice Oyster have gone to the
fair at Portland, and will visit San
Francisco and Los Angeles before re
turning. They will bo absent about
Governor John C. Cutler entertained
a party of men at luncheon Wednes
day at tho Alta club In honor of F.
H. Nowell who is in tho city. Tho
other guests were Senator Georgo
Sutherland, Reed Smoot, C. D. Wal
cott, T. R. Cutler, Professor Georgo
L. Swondsden, W. W. Rlter and N.
Miss Lily Thomas has returned after
a month's stay with Miss Alice An
derson of Island Park, Ida.
Mr. and Mrs. Lo Grand Young.their
daughters and guests, will return to
day from a camping trip on the "We
ber. The Misses Sue and Stella Clark
returned Tuesday from a tour of the
northwest and Canada lasting over
Mrs. Daniel Le May and her two
sons have returned from an outing on
Bear lake with Captain and Mrs. H.
D. Styer of Logan.
Captain Samuel V. Ham is a guest
at the Rowland's home In Fort Doug
las till he leaves some time during the
'coming month for Fort Ningara.
Mrs. George H. Jamerson enter
tained nt a small luncheon Tuesday
for Mrs. Frank Morrow, who lett
Thursday for San Francisco.
Miss Anna Robinson of Kansas City
Is a guest at the home of her brother,
R. B. Robinson. Miss Robinson is
en route to her homo after a visit
'o the Portland fair.
Mrs. Harry B. Windsor is expected
home from the east today. Sho will
be accompmled by her father, Colonel
1. M. Copp, who will spend the autumn
as a guest of tho Windsor family.
Mrs. W. E. McEwan and daughter
Emma of Duluth, Minn., are the guests
ot Mrs. Charles F. Holden and family.
Mr. McEwan will arrive in a few
Mrs. W. H. Dusenberry of Provo re
turned to her home Wednesday after
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Par
ker. Miss Hattle Parker returned
with her to visit for a fortnight in
Max Stanley entertained a party of
his little friends Wednesday afternoon
in honor of his tenth birthday. After
some games, a supper was served in
i tent on the ,livn, eight small beoys
being seated "nt the table.
Mrs. M. Loulsson, who has been the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jacob
Morltz, for the past three weeks, left
Tuesday evening for Portland where
she will meet her son, Henry Louis
son of Hawaii, for a short visit to tho
Jacob Groencwald was the host
Tuesday evening at a lako party giv
en for Miss Marlon Oberndorfer. Af
ter a bath and a supper danclnc was
enjoyed. Tho guests were Mts ua.
rlon Oberndorfer, Miss Man Mu'r
dock, Miss Virginia Shannon Miss
Genevo Simmons, Miss Sylvia Cihooii
Miss Irene Simmons, Miss Sophi nig'
ley was tho chaperone.
Mrs. Joseph Geohegan entot alned
it luncheon Wednesday at tlu Alta
club In honor of Mrs. W. II. K n.e,.
mend. The table was laid in ilj red
room and decorations of purr- as
ters and ferns were used. Tho fnemls
to meet Mrs. Redmond were Mrs. a.
H. Tarbet, Mrs. James F. Dunn. Mrs
P. J. Moran, Miss Hester La Velio ami
Miss Fannie O'Moara.
Miss Eleanor Pope was the guest or
honor Wednesday nt a luncheon at
the Country club, given by Miss Ger
rude McGrath. Covers were hud for
sight, the others being Miss Stella Sal
isbury, Miss Elolso Sherman, Miss
Laura Sherman, Miss Katherlne
ludge, Miss Anna McCornlck anil
Miss Genevieve McCornlck.
Mrs. Rachel Isaacs was tho guest
ot honor yesterday afternoon at a
birthday party, the occasion being her
'seventy-fifth anniversary. About sixty-five
guests gathered at Mrs. Isaacs'
home on First North street. Mrs. E.
J. D. Roundy recited an original poem
and Mrs. Moroni Gillespie rendered a
vocal selection. Mrs. Isaacs sang a
Mrs. H. G. Williams has announced
the coming marriage of her niece,
Miss Roberta E. Akers of Los An
geles, to J. Caryl Hill, formerly ot
Chicago. Tho marriage will take
place September 12, tho attendants
being Miss Edythe Hale, Miss Daisy
Ryono and Miss Elsio McMillan. Dun
can Campbell .of San Francisco will
be the best man, and the bride will
be given away by her uncle, H. G. Williams.
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