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I )g IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH
ft .Tudgo nnd Mrs. William H. King
mh entertained at a dinner Tuesday oven-
I ing In honor ot Mr. and Mrs. William
I Bartllng, who will lcavo In tho near
I futuro for California. Tho placo cards
I were hand-decorated In water colors.
I Besides tho guests of honor covers
I wero laid for Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
I Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Thco. Whit-
H temore, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J.
Hill and Mr. and Mrs. William H.
H Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Brlco enter-
H talned nt dinner Tuesday evening In
H honor of Miss Edna Duncan of Kansas
H City. Covers wero laid for eight. Af-
H tcr dinner u muslcnl hour was spent,
H the soloists being Mrs. A. A. Kerr
H and Miss Duncan.
MM Miss Frances O'Mcarn was tho hos-
WW: tcsB of a rd party Tuesday after-
V noon, In honor ot Mrs. William P.
MM O'Mcara. Tho decorations wero of
MM pink nnd yellow. Nino tables wero
M filled with tho players.
H Tho "GOO" Card club mot on Mon-
dny evening with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L.
8 Hoppaugh. Six tables wero filled with
tho playors, tho prizes being awarded
fl to Mrs. Harry Edwards and Dr. Beer.
M Tho club's next mooting will bo hold
M nt tho homo of Mrs. Edwards.
H Miss Cosgrlff has returned from
M Chicago, after a visit of several weeks
M with friends. Miss Elizabeth Cosgrlff
H is in Denver, whero sho will visit for
H a couplo of weeks.
H Mrs. Georgo Wragg will entertain
H on Saturday evening.
H Miss Helen Buckingham has re-
H turned from Omaha, where sho was
l tho guest of her sistor, Mrs. Lynn
M Kemper, for tho pnst thrco weeks.
m Attorney-General and Mrs. M. A.
MM Brcedcn entertain informally at din-
H nor on Thanksgiving day.
H Mrs. Georgo It. Hancock entertained
MM informally nt luncheon Tuesday after-
H noon. Covers wero laid for twelve.
H Miss Carrio O'Noil of Now York is
tho guest of Miss Fannio Breeden for
a couplo of days. Miss O'Nell will
leave for her homo tho latter part ot
Mrs. E. N. Bottsford and Miss Jose
phine Bottsford have returned to
Evanston, Wyo after spending a few
days in tho city.
Miss Loreon Lonry cnteralned tho
King's Daughters of tho First Pres
byterian church Tuesday evening at
.Tudgo and Mrs. A. B. Sawyer and
Miss Suslo Sawyer havo returned
from San Francisco, whero they wero
visiting relatives for six weeks.
Miss Eleanor Whlto leaves for Og
den, whero sho will spend Thanksgiv
ing as tho guest of Miss Helen Wen
gor. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Kcnzer of St.
Louis wore guests in the city Tuesday,
en route to Los Angeles.
Mrs. M. C. Johnson loft Tuesday
evening for tho const, whero sho will
spend several weeks.
Miss Delia Richards has returned
The Sowing club mot Wednesday
afternoon with Miss Helen Bucking
ham. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Edwards are now
at homo to their friends at 1C3 North
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Booth left Tues
day evening for southern California.
Miss Helen Wenger of Ogden, who
has been a student at tho University
during tho past term, will spend
Thanksgiving with her parents In Og
den. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nophl Clayton havo
returned from tho East.
Captain and Mrs. Dana T. Merrill
aro hero for a short time from White
hall. Captain Morrill Is expecting to
bo ordered to tho Philippines to Join
his regiment, and Mrs. Merrill will
probably spend tho tlmo of his ab
sence In Salt Lake. Mrs. Morrill was
formerly Miss Edith Ferry.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wood aro now at
homo In their now house on North
Mrs. G. Frank Clark and Miss Mil
dred Ott havo returned from Kays
vlllo, whero they wero tho guests at
a houso party given by Miss Granger.
Mrs. Walter Fitch and her daugh
ters havo Issued cards for a tea to bo
given next Tuesday afternoon to meet
Mrs. C. M. Ahmad of London, who is
Miss Edith Shearman, who spent tho
past month In Bolso with Mr. and
Mrs. Alma D. Katz, returned on Tues
day. Miss AHco Callaway will return
shortly from tho east and will bo at
homo at Whitehall.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bartllng hnvc
moved to tho Keith apartments, whero
they will bo at homo till they leave
for Los Angeles.
Dr. Hugh Spraguo of San Francisco
Is a guest of his sister, Mrs. Sadler.
Miss Frances O'Mcara entertained
a number of her friends Monday at
tho first of a series of card parties, to
meet her sister, Mrs. W. P. O'Meara,
a brldo of tho past summer. Eight
tables wero filled with tho players,
the game being "500." Prizes were
won by Mrs. Mario Gaylord and Mrs.
Tho Woman's club was entertained
Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Howard S.
Stawe, at her home, 925 Second street.
Mrs. Charles E. Richards gave some
readings and Miss Judith Evans fur
nished tho music.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Jones havo
gone for a stay of a few weeks in tho
Mr. and Mrs. Loo G. Dinwoodey aro
now In their new homo on North Stato
Mrs. H. V. Croll is back from Ogden,
wheio sho spent a fow days with Mr.
and Mrs. William Howell.
Mrs. William A. Wetzell and Miss
Daisy Wolfgang have returned from
Kemmerer, whero they wore tho
guests of Mrs. P. J. Quealy.
Mrs. E. A. Jhores of Ashland, Wis.,
Is tho guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Guy Eldredgo, at Whitehall. a
Mrs. Reed Smoot came up from
Provo Tuesday and spent a few days
with friends In tho city.
Mrs. James Deltrlck has gone to
Montnna to spend somo timo with
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller have is
sued cards of invitation for a must
calo at tho First Congregational
church on tho evening of December
Plan to Study Birds. ')
For tho purpose of studying tho
habits of birds of passage a "vogel
warte" has been established at Ros
slten, in eastern Prussin, where birds
are to bo caught and liberated again
after small rings have been attached
to their feet. Tho directors request
that tho feet of such ringed birds
killed anywhere bo sent to them.
IN THE STATE JOURNAL.
In what was Intended as a pleas
antry, wo forgot to mention ono thing
the Crisis man suffers with acute
Indigestion, not only of tho stomach,
but tho head.
Although tho Deserct Nows claims
It wants to drop It, It Is noted that
every timo Hughes gives It a poke It
comes back with a small-sized snarl of
It Is announced that there will bo
no flowers at tho opening of congress
this year. As It usually happens, there
aro very few at tho close, and this
rule will doubtless cause a great many
members to go flowcrless.
Tho Provo Enquirer Is quoting
Hughes' charges against tho Nows.
Penroso doubtless feels Hko saying:
"Et tu Brute," or "Oh, you bruto!"
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