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TRUTH. 5 1
Eleanor Mantor, Miss Jesslo Homo,
Miss Daisy Raybould, Miss Carrie Sap
plngton, Miss Helen Burton, Miss
Leila Stlngley, Messrs. Poo, H. Hart,
Belcher, Jack Lloyd, Livingstone,
Clark, Arnold, Royden Taylor.
Mrs. Julian A. Knight of Virginia
City, Mont, was the guest of Mr. and
- Mrs. Graham P. Putnam. Mrs. Knight
received her friends Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Putnam, 109
South Fifth East street. Mrs. Knight
left the evening of the same day for
Mrs. David Hempstead, accom-
panled by her mother, Mrs. Welton,
i left for Detroit Monday evening,
where they will spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Wester
field and Miss Madge Westerfleld have
gone East for the winter.
Miss Marge Miller entertained at
' bridge on Thursday afternoon in hon
or of Mrs. John C. Miller and Miss
Dr. Arnold left Monday evening for
Galesburg, 111., and Chicago, where he
will visit relatives for a couple of
weeks. While in Chicago Dr. Arnold
t - will be the guest of his father, Dr.
J v L. E. Arnold.
,". M J J
Judge and Mrs. Le Grand Young loft
Monday for New York, where they
will spend a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Crapps of St.
Louis were guests in the city Monday,
''en route to Los Angeles.
' A. E. Pomeroy left Monday evening
'for the coast, where ho will spend sev
Mrs. Justus Jungk entertained the
members of the Bridge club at her
home Monday afternoon.
, I Philip Allison Is rapidly recovering
II from an Illness at St. Mark's hospital,
-and will soon be moved to his homo.
Mrs. S. B. Clark and daughter havo
gone to Aspen, Colo., for two months
to visit Mr. Clark.
. . Mrs. S. C. Adams has returned
, from tho coast and is the guest again
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
"" .- McMillan.
i " The Army and Navy Journal has
the following in its Fort Ethan Allen
notes: "Lieutenant and Mrs. Samuel
i W. Robertson, who havo been pro
ceeding leisurely east on their honey
' moon trip, having visited Washing
ton, New York and other points, ar
rived Saturday and took quarters at
tho east end of the lino. Mrs. Robert
son, formerly Miss Henrietta Holmes,
is no stranger in tho post, having
made several visits hero in tho homo
of the late Major Hoppln, Fifteenth
Captain and Mrs. Brlant H. Wells
entertained at dinner Wednesday
pvening, their guests being Colonel
and Mrs. S. D. Sturgls and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph E. Caine.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Franken
entertained at dinner Tuesday evening
in honor of Miss Charlotte Druohl ot
Chicago and Willard Donaldson of
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Walker havo
returned from Denver, where they
spent tho past few weeks.
Frank Manning, who spent tho past
fortnight with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Jen
nings, left Thursday for his homo in
The Sewing club met Thursday with
Miss Daisy Savage.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Stowo en
tertained the members of the Lan
tern club Thursday evening at their
home 925 Second street.
Mrs. William S. Loomls, who has
been studying music In Berlin for tho
past four months, expects to leave for
Lelpslg early In the now year, whero
she will contlnuo her musical work.
Mrs. O. H. Klster Is back from tho
Kimball ranch, and Is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rood.
NOTICE OF DISOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given that tho part
nership of J. F. Morris and Etta
Moody has been dissolved and all
debts will bo collected and all ac
counts paid by Etta Moody at tho
place of business, No. 519 West Sec
J. F. MORRIS.
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