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I 4 TRUTM.
I ' lil IN THE SOCIAL REALM H I
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I MK aiid' MrV. Wilo Dcriby arrived
rl; tho cltV Monday after' a stay of
Several bontha In tfi6 east with
' i'rlejnds, and aro spondlng a few days
j llth Mr. and 'Mrs. Hoyt Sherman on
j their way badk to Alaska.
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I; Mr. and Mrs Louis McComlclc 'are
In Nagasaki, 'Japan. ' '
ii Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Qoody are In
Hj their now home -nl 2Q East, Seventh
Hi South street. , . ) .
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Hi Mr. and Mrs. David B. Ityu's1 left
HI Monday for their homo Iri Los An-
Hj goles after spending a fortnight with
It tho Misses Emma and Lola! Maddl-
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HI Mrs. George Ja'jT "Gibson will here-
HJ after bo at homo Thursdays at her
Hj her homo, 1201 Military rtVenuo.
HT Mrs Charlotto Nowman has re-
Hjj turned from a visit of a fbw weeks
H'u with friends In Chicago. ,
H Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Fenton
H have roturned after an absence oi
H somo two weolts In tho northwest. ,
I Mrs. Louis S. Catcs of Bingham is
H spending a fow days In tho city with
H Tho Cleofan met Tuesday afternoon
H with Mrs. H. 'L.' A.'CuliriOr, at 27 O
H ' street. Mrs. John MacVickcr gave a
Hf paper, "Tho History of Notre Damo,"
Hj and Mrs. Rodney Badger discussed
H "Notro Dame of Today."
Jr j Mrs. Paul Hammer entertained
HE Monday afternoon In honor of Mrs.
HJI Arthur Kell, who, leaves during tho
HJLr week" for Chicago'.
H Tho fountain to bo erected by tho
HJ Daughters of tho American Rovoln-
HJ tlon in. front of tho now public library
HJ has arrived and a committee conslst-
HJ lng of Mayor Richard P. Morris, John
HJ D. Spencer, Mrs. Leo Charles 'Miller
HJ and Mrs, L. E. Hall Is to have charge
HJ of placing It
I lio tourist section of tho Ladies'
, Literary club met Monday morning at
tho club house. Mr. B. A. McMillen
AJid Mrs. Henry P. Henderson gavo
the two topics.
' Mil, JX &
At. tho meeting of tho home anu
education section of tho Ladles' Liter
ary club Monday, Miss Etta Powers,
principal of the Lincoln school, gavo a
talk on. tho establishment of and the
good ,to bo.ldorlyed from school gar
dens. Miss Powers' talk was a help
ful ono, and was, an incentive to the
committee on this work which has ol
fered a prize for tho best school yard
to bo kept throughout the year. A
committee with Mrs. R. E. McCon
aughy as chairman was appointed to
arrange for signs on tho various
school buildings setting forth tho of
fer. A commltteo consisting of Mrs.
L. E. Hall, Mrs, W. H. Bramel and
Mrs. J. J. Stowart will take steps to
ward tho enforcement of tho antl
oxpectoratlon and tho curfow ordi
nances. Mrs. William C. Jennings
and Mrs. C. W. Watson will rovivo
tho question of early shopping during
tho coming holiday season.
Tuesday ovenlng at 8 o'clock, at
tho resldenco of J. A. Cunningham,
took placo tho marrlago of Miss Mil
dred Cunningham and Dr. William S.
Downlo. Rov. Elmer I. Goshen per
formed tho ceremony, in the pres
ence of tho relatives of tho bride and
groom. Miss Cunningham was one of
tho best known society girls of the
city and a goneral favorite. Congratu
lations nnd best wishes aro extended
to Dr. and .Mrs. Downle.
B. F. Trcgea and family have re
turned from a flvo weeks' visit in
Philadelphia, tho old homo of Mr.
Tregea. Several weeks were spent In
Washington, Now York and Chicago
Mn Tregea win soon movo to Los An
geles, his future homo, whero Earl
Trcgea Is attending school.
Mr. and "Mrs. John B. Weaver of
Bloomlngton, 111., -wero guests in tho
city Tuesday, on their way to south
ern California, whero they will spend
Mrs. James E. Burning and Miss
Elizabeth Burling of Now York City
left Tuesday ovenlng for tho coast.
Mr. Lewis Hemlng left Tuesday
night for Now York, and will sail next
week for Copenhagen.
Dr. and Mrs. Lccman of St. Louih
visited with friends In tho city Tueb
day, en routo to Los Angeles.
Miss Emma M. Christie and party
of Chicago woro guests in the city
Tuesday, on routo to tho coast.
Tho ladles' auxiliary to tho Broth
erhood of Locomotive Engineers gavo
a card party at their hall Thursday
A quiet wedding was solemnized at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William
Cooper of Bingham Junction, when
their daughter, Ollvo Pearl, became
tho brido of L. Clarence Colbert oi
Whitewater, Wis., Dean James Eddie
of St. Mark's cathedral officiating. Mr.
and Mrs. Colbert left on a lato train
for Los Angeles, whero they will
spend several weeks. After December
20 thoy will bo at home to their
friends in Bingham Junction.
A delightful affair was tho muslcalo
given Wednesday evonlng at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Henry In
honor of Charles Reed, who leaves
next week for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Hagon In Manila. Yellow
chrysanthemums were used In tlie
music hall in profusion, tall vases of
tho flowers being seen on all sides.
Tho dining room also was In yellow,
a mound of chrysanhemums forming
tho center piece with garlands of
3mllax extending to tho corners of the
table. During tho ovenlng an Infor
mal programme was given by Prof. J.
J. McClellan, Mrs. Edward Schaffen
berger, Miss Edith Ellerbeck, Wlllard
Wolho and Karl A. Scheld. Fifty
guests woro bidden.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Donby and Miss
Laura Sherman have gone to Seattle.
After spending a few days In thai
city they will sail for Juneau, Alaska,
to bo away until tho holidays.
Mrs. Frank Swindler entertained In
formally at bridge Wednesday after
noon, three tables being filled with tho
players. Prizes were awarded to Mrs.
Jack Keith and Mrs. F. H. Officer.
Miss Jasamino Young entertained at
a luncheon Friday afternoon.
Miss Helen Holm left for Topoka,
Kan., Wednesday, after a visit with
friends In this city.
Tho Plato club met Thursday after
noon with Mrs. J. S. Taylor, 135
Eleventh East street. (y
Dr. Keith left for Los Angeles
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gomor of Chi
cago wero guests In tho city Wednea
day, en routo to tho coast.
J. C. Roynolds has gone to Cali
fornia to bo away a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Godwin havo
returned from a visit to Chicago.
Frank Mooro left for southern Cali
fornia Wednesday ovenlng, where ho Wt
will spend several weeks.
Miss Jessie Hartman was surprised
by a score of her friends on Monday
evening. Tho celebration was In hon- i
or of hor eighteenth birthday. Tho
evening was pleasantly spent in music '
and games, tho soloists being Miss
Lena Dell, Miss Teresa Dell, Miss
Lyslo Hall, Miss Lena Wllschopki.
Later dainty refreshments wero
served. Tho guests were Miss Lena
Doll, Birdio Glllett, Mary Nai, Smith,
Mae McGown, Teresa Dell, Stella Mar- !
getts, Lyslo Hall, Annie Hall, Lena
Wllscepki, Elmlco Hartman, Messrs.
Clarenco Rich, Ben Rippe, John Old
field, Fred Margotts, Charles Evans,
Henry Bytheway, Greek Hampshire,
O. Hampshire, Hobert Oldtield, Ernest
Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hart
man. St. Mary's Altar society will give a
window social at tho anights of Co
lumbus hall on tho evening of 'No
vember 13. All members and friends
Tho marrlago of Miss Opal E.
Hicks and Mr. Harry S. Anderson will
take placo tho latter part of Novem- '
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