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1 IN THE SOCIAL REALM
Mrs. Georgo Sutherland left lor
Washington, D. C, Monday.
Mrs. Harry B. "Windsor entertained
I Informally at a luncheon Wednesday,
' at the Country club In honor of Miss
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Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Grlflln loft Mon
day for Los Angeles, where thoy will
i spend several weeks.
Mrs. J. L. Moore, accompanied by
her son, left for tho coast Monday,
whoro thoy will spend tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. William Preckwrlnklo
l and Miss Eleanor Whlto will bo at
homo for tho wlntor at 1059 First
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i Mrs. W. V. Wlthco of Ogden Is tho
' guest of her mother, Mrs. John W.
' Mr. and Mrs. A. P. McDermot of
Butto, Mont., wero guests In tho city
Monday on routo to Los Angeles.
flgf A pretty homo wedding was solemn-
-"' ized Tuesday evening at tho house of
' Mr. and Mrs. William H. Alexander,
f when their daughter, Sarah, became
tho bride of Ashby Du Boso Cleave
land. Tho wedding ceremony was per
formed at 8:30 o'clock In the presence
of tho relatives and a few close
l"" friends of the brldo and groom. Later
a reception was held. Mrs. Wing B.
Allen wns tho matron of honor and
Theodore Gentch tho best man. Those
assisting in tho dining room wero
Mrs. W. P. KIser, Mrs. Charles Pilleld,
Mrs. Herbert Brown, Mrs. David S.
Murray, Miss Leta McMillan, Miss
ST, Alice Goodwin, Miss Addlo Zano,
m 1 Misses Alia and Margaret Miller. Mr.
", 1 and Mrs. Cleavoland left on tho late
jg a train to bo away several weeks.
VS Cards have been received announc-
jfll Ing tho marrlago of Mrs. Elizabeth
Wyman Young of Louisville, Ky., and
pfl Frank T. Judge of this city.
fjH Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Koyes, on-
IPI tertalned at a bridgo party In honor
Egfl of Mrs. Robert Barkloy of Helena,
bg Mont. Prizes wero awarded to Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Cecil Robinson, Mrs.
Joseph Gallgher, Mr. Creobles and
Capt. S. V. Ham. Thoso who wero
bidden wero Col. and Mrs. Benjamin
Lockwood, Capt. and Mrs. Georgo
Jamerson, MaJ. and Mrs. A. M. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Field, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Glcndlnnlng, Dr. and
Mrs. A. C. Ewlng, Mr. and Mrs. David
S. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Creeblos,
Mrs. Frank Swindler, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Cecil Robinson, Mrs. John E.
Woodward, Miss Sarah Alexander, Dr.
Bals Cleveland, T. Ellis Browne, Capt.
S. V. Ham.
Miss Lulu Penroso entertained at a
Kensington Monday, in honor of Miss
Graco Cannon. "A Floral Lovo Story"
was tho gamo played. Tho Invited
guests wero Mrs. Lewis Cannon, Mrs.
Tyler Young, Mrs. M. J. Cannon, Mrs.
Quaylo Cannon, Mrs. Fay Whitney,
Miss Verna Young, Miss Luta Young,
Miss Rotta Pypcr, Miss Minnie Ray,
Miss Hattlo Whitney, Miss Mamlo Sil
ver, Miss Mary Cattrlck.
James McGregor entertained at din
ner at tho Alta club in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Barkley.
A number of tho musicians met
Monday evening at tho studio of Miss
Cecelia Sharp. The "Music of Modern
French Composers" was chosen for
tho evening. Thoso assisting in the
programme wero Mrs. Harvey B.
Windsor, Mrs. Kate B. Anderson, Miss
Edna Cohn, Miss Miller, Arthur Shop
ard, F. Anderson.
Mrs. Everett Buckingham and Miss
Duns ton entertained at bridge In hon
or of Mrs. Robert Barkley.
The Plato club mot on Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. T. R. Black, 247
Sixth east street.
Mrs. Benjamin C. Lockwood of Fort
Douglas, was tho hostess Wednesday
afternoon at an elaborato bridgo tea,
at which somo fifty of hor friends wero
entertained. Nino tables wero filled
with tho players, and prizes wero
awarded to Mrs. Elbridgo Thomas,
Mrs. Georgo Black and Mrs. Edwin P.
Pendleton. Mrs. John N. Stratt and
Mrs. Frank T. Burton poured tea.
Mrs. Pendleton received with tho hos-
Mrs. A. E. Welby, Mrs. Frederick
Earls and Miss Lena Welby entei
talncd informally at an afternoon tea
Mrs. Joseph G. Sawyer, accompanied
by her little son, arrived from San
Francisco on Monday and will bo tho
guest of Mr. and Mr3. Ferdinand a.
Dickert for six weeks. Judgo and
Mrs. Sawyer and Miss Suslo Sawyer
will visit with friends in southern
California before returning to tho city.
Mrs. Walter Lewis, of Butte, Mont.,
who was tho guest of her mothoi,
Mrs. S. S. Walker, for several days,
has gone to New York for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Barnes have
returned from their wedding trip and
are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Members of tho Sowing club wero
entertained Tuesday afternoon by Miss
Tho Misses Alverta and Jessio Mar
tin will entertain at cards on Satur
Miss Edith Sherman entertained tho
members of tho Bridgo club on Mon
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. AJax and Mrs. W.
C. AJax left Tuesday evening for Los
Angeles, where they will spend sov
Miss Bushnell of Chicago, who has
been visiting friends in tho city for a
couple of days, left for tho coast Tues
Mrs. M. B. Poll has gono to Los An
geles for a month.
Friends of Georgo Finley Sprague,
formerly a well known resident of this
city, and later of Boiso, Ida., have
learned of his marrlago on October 11
to Miss Anna Rose Robertson of Am
herst, Va. The ceremony was per
formed by Dr. R. J. McBrlde of Lex
ington. After visiting Boston and
Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Sprague will
spend a few days In this city, going
from hero to Twin Falls, Ida., where
they will make their homo. Tho bride
is a daughter of tho lato John B. Rob
ertson. A homo wedding of Wednesday was
that of Miss Edyth Halo, daughter or
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Halo, to
Thomas Denton Hunter of Monterey.
Tho marrlago took placo at 0 o'clock
In tho morning, Rov. Elmer I. Goshen
reading tho marrlago sorvico in tho
presence of a fow of tho young friends
of tho bride. An elaborate wedding
breakfast was served. Tho brldo
wore a going away gown of dark bluo 4
silk with a bluo hat trimmed wltn "
plumes to match. A shower of deep
rose colored carnations was tho only
touch of bright color. Mr. and Mrs.
Hunter will mako a short tour of
southern California, and will bo at
homo at Monterey after November 15.
Tho first danco of the season at tho
University club Wednesday evening
drow a largo number of tho members
and their friends. A buffet supper was
served lato in tho evening In tho la
dies' dining room.
tess, and tho friends assisting wero
Mrs. E. R. Perry, Mrs. W. H. Point, x
Mrs. W. L. Lund, Mrs. Georgo H. "
Jamerson, Mrs. John E. Woodward
and Mrs. S. D. Sturgis.
Mrs. Samuel Paul and Miss Ethel
Paul entertained a few of tho old
friends of Mrs. Robert J. Caskoy Wed
nesday afternoon at an informal tea in
her honor prior to her departure for
the coast. Thoy wore assisted in en
tertaining by Mrs. Harry S. Knight,
Mrs. M. M. Johnson, Mrs. A. G. An
drews, Miss Anna Decker, Miss Hat
tlo Wishard, Mrs. Hal W. Brown, Mrs.
Edwin Kimball and Mrs. John Hin
man, besides tho threo Httlo daugh
ters of tho Caskey family, Lois, Carol
and Katherlno. Mr. and Mrs. Caskey
leave during tho week for Pasadena.
Mrs. Harry B. Windsor entertained
at luncheon Wednesday at tho Country
club, tho affair being in honor of Miss
Edna Dwyer. Tho other guests were
Miss Cecil Sharp and Mrs. Graham F.
Putnam. A game of golf followed tho
Tho curernt number of tho Army
and Navy Journal contains tho an
nouncement ot tho marrlago of Miss
Josephine Harriet Qulnby to Lieuten
ant Georgo Ross Grceno. Tho wed
ding took placo October 11 at Morris,
Mrs. Martha Roylo King gave a
muslcalo at her studio Thursday even
ing. Mrs. Bernlta Sabln Somers-Cocks
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