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At the Country club Monday even
Ing Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Keith and Mr.
and Mra. Tom Blyth entertained at a
danco In compliment to Mr. and Mrs.
Charlea Plxley Blyth, whoso marriage
took place last month. Two hundred
Invitations had been issued, and It
1 Boomed that all were accepted, for the
- place was thronged with dancers
j, throughout the evening. An elegant
' buffet supper was served during the
evening. With the hosts and host
esses and the guests of honor receiv
ing the guests were Miss Bella Blyth,
Miss Frances Clark, Miss Louise La
Chappello, Will Blyth and Thomas
Blyth, Sr. The danco was preceded
i by a number of dinners In town.
Cards are out for the marriage ol
: . Miss Helen Adcle Burns to Claude
Stokes Williams. The wedding is to
; take place on the evening of Tuesday,
Sp . &
I Miss Theresa McEnery arrived on
. i Monday from London and is a guest
of her brother and sister, Dr. and Mrs.
William A. McEnery, at the Knuts-
Dale H. Parke and Daniel Alexander
, i ; havo ono east to enter college. Mr.
' Pnrko goes to the University of Penn-
' sylvnnla and Mr. Alexander to the
I j George Washington college at Wash-
ington, D. C. Both will study law.
Mrs. A. B. Thompson and her two
daughters will bo hero shortly from
"I ' Portland, Ore., and will spend the win-
I , ter at the Fifth East hotel.
! Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Hobbs
' and Miss Edith Hobbs expect to go to
I .Washington Bhortly for a few months.
I Professor and Mrs. Georgo Marshall
and Mrs. Evelyn Y. Davis are back,
' after a two years' stay in Boston.
It .1. J. .Tudson has gone to Los An
golcs, where Mrs. Judson will join
him In a few days.
1 m M
Miss Purcell is back from a visit of
some weeks In the east.
Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Snow enter
tallied a number of their friends at an
informal 'muslcalo Sunday evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Lehman gavo a
box party Saturday evening at the
opening night of "The Wedding Day."
I '. Mr. and Mrs. David Keith arrived
1 .Wednesday morning from Los An-
,gelcs and the beaches, where Mrs.
Keith and her small son havo been
spending some weeks.
. Mrs. J.F. Grant nnd sister, Mrs.
"iGeorgo A. Snow, returned Monday
. from San Diego.
I I &
Mrs. Kenneth Lawrence nnd little
'daughter, who havo been visiting Mr.
nncl Mrs. W. G. Tuttle, left Tuesday
(.-for the coast.
f . Miss Clara Boreman of Ogden spont
.Monday in the city.
? Mrs. T. W. Fleshlier of Portland.
! Jbre., formerly of Ogden, is In town
-,, 1 1 (Visiting Mrs. Isadora Marks.
Mrs. P. E. Jones left Monday even
ing for a visit of a few weeks with
friends In Logan.
Mrs. Alexander Dowd of Sunnysldo
Is visiting Mrs. George T. Badger.
Mrs, Harry S. Joseph and her sis
ter, Miss Claudia Morris, returned on
Monday from Ocean Park, where they
havo been spending the past few
Miss Nora Gleason Is back from a
vacation spent at Castllla Springs.
Dr. E. V. Silver has returned to the
city, after an absence of eight weeks.
Mrs. John McVlcker has returned
from a visit to Minnesota, where she
attended a family reunion.
Miss Jennie Earl of St. Anthony,
Ida., Is visiting with Miss Clime Cam
eron at 132 H street.
Paul Belcher has gone to Phllrtdel
jhia to attend tho University of Penn
sylvania, where he will take a course
Miss Lillian Woodward is In Bath,
Me., visiting friends.
Mrs. Louise Kingsbury and boy,
Kenneth, are back from an outing
with friends on tho Weber.
Miss Louise Colburne Is back, after
a visit of some weeks on the coast,
and is at homo at 221 West First
The members of the Utah Kadlmoh
Gate surprised Miss Celln Levy and
Miss Yetta Stein, two October brides,
nnd members of the society, at their
club rooms at the B. B. hall Monday
evening. Both brldes-to-bo were tho
recipients of engraved silver trays.
Refreshments wero served, after
which toasts and speeches were given.
Miss Cella Levy was the hostess of
a luncheon given for twelve of her
girl friends. Tho time was spent in
games nnd music. Miss Ella Lowen
8teln won tho prize In tho guessing
contest. Tho decorations wero In
pink and white.
Mr. C. L. Spiegel and Miss Jane
Wilson of Payson, Utah, were united
in marrlago Tuesday evening at the
Wilson hotel in this city, by Rev.
Frank Fay Eddy of tho Unitarian
church. Mr. and Mrs. Spiegel will
make their homo In tho city, where
tho groom is well known. Miss Wil
son was formerly manager of tho Pay
son Co-operative store.
Attorney F. H. Foster of Parsons,
Kan., is visiting hip old friends, Aus
tin Hudson and Dr. Chandler, In the
Miss Jean Odoll, who has been ill at
Holy Cross hospital, Is fast improv
ing, but her plans for tho winter have
been given up. She had Intended at
tending school In the East.
Miss Elsie Rldgo left Monday for
Los Angeles to spend tho winter. Miss
Ridge is from Kansas City, but lnu
been spending tho latter part of the
summer as tho guest of Mrs. Raj
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cleaver of Los
Angeles are stopping here for a visit
on their way back from Chicago
where they spent the summer.
Roy and Frank Williams of Sal
Lake, have gone from Seattle tc
Moltly, Wash., where they are doing
exceptionally well as violinists.
Miss Kate McManis, whose home is
In Pocatello, Idaho, Is staying wit!
Mrs. Brown, 53 North Center street.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schonert en
tertained Friday evening In honor ol
Mr. .Schonert's sister, who is here
from the East on a visit.
Thomas Weir left Tuesday on bus
iness for Chicago and New York, ac
companied by Mrs. Weir. They wll
bo gone some time.
Mrs. J. W. Delano gave an Informal
luncheon Tuesday for Miss Helen
Boxrud, who leaves In a few days for
Miss Edith Kingsbury has returned
from a trip to Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Porter returned
Tuesday from California.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Pulver gave a
camp party at their home Saturday
Mrs. Murray Godbe entertained her
sewing club Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Keyes will
leave for New York, Saturday, to be
3one from two to six weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. Hosmer will leave Oc
tober 10 for an extended trip in
Mrs. A. T. Morrison gavo a box
larty of twelve at the Orpheuni,
Mrs. K. L. Thornton of Cincinnati,
'eft Tuesday for San Francisco.
Mrs. P. T Fnrnsworth will bo home
next week from St George, where she
"las been for some weeks.
Miss Claudia Morris has returned
'roni Ocean Park and Los Angeles,
where she spent tho last six weeks.
Mrs. R. B. Lawrence left Tuesday
"or Los Angeles, after a short stay In
the city. Her home Is In Omaha.
The Marriage of Miss Bess Delshor
xnd John Lower took place , Wednej
ivening at the homo of tho brlde'ii
iiother, Mrs. Lillian Delsher. Tho
ceremony was performed by Rev. F.l
ner I. Goshen, In the present of the
family and a few intimate friends. A
large reception followed at which a
hundred or more were present. Be
fore the ceremony Mrs. A. G. Andrews
-sang "Oh, Promlso Me." Morris An
drews played the wedding march on
ho violin, accompanied by Miss Beth
Buckingham as the bridal party took
their places. The hostess was assist
ed by Mrs. R. W. Watt The punch
'lowl was presided over by Mrs. An
drews. In tho dining room Mrs. A. P.
Hobson was In charge, assisted by
Miss Margery Breech and Miss Kat'a-
I. C. GLOSZ
Salt Lake's Manufacturing Furrier
WILSON HOTEL ANNEX
24 E. 2nd So. Formerly 270 Main
To Our Friends, Patrons and The Public 1
The honor of your presence
is requested at the
Inauguration of our new and
Elegant Quarters $
Monday the twenty-fourth of September',
Nineteen Hundred and Six
I. C. GLOSZ
Wilson Hotel Annex
24 E. 2nd So. St
Everything in FURS. f
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