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1 SH IN THE SOCIAL REALM Hg
H' Miss OUlo Wall, daughter of Col.
K and Mrs. E. A. Wall, was tlio guest
K of honor at a box party at tho Or-
H't heum Monday, which was given by
B Mrs. A. Fred Wey to celebrate Olllo's
U ninth birthday anniversary. The eight
K ' llttlo pcoplo who enjoyed tho play and
H i the supper afterwards at Franklin's
'. wero Darleno Kimball, Mary Hagen
H I barth, Margaret Brown, Zcnlo Cowan,
H Graco Cunningham, Naomi Hoffman
H and Morris Daly.
Hf Tho Thlstlo club gavo a Hallow-
Ht o'en danco Wedncsdayjovenlng at Jen-
H nlngs' hall.
H, Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho West-
H minister Probyterian -church enter-
H talncd nt a Hallowe'en socfal'at the
H homo of Mrs. A. E. Phillips Tuesday
H Miss Esther Nelson was tho hostess
H at a Hollowo'cn party Thursday oven-
H Tho Willing Workers of tho First
H Baptist church held a Hnllowo'en so-
H - clal Tuesday evening in tho church.
H Mrs. Louise Schoppe entertained in-
H formally Wednesday afternoon for
H Miss Laura Schoppo.
H Mrs. L. J. Morris of Ogden, an-
H nounccs tho engagement of her daugh-
H tor, Luella A., to O. V. Ostler of Salt
H Lake City.
A new section has been added to the
H Ladles' Literary club to bo called the
art section. A number of women In-
M tercsted, met Monday afternoon at tho
i club house. Mrs. W. H. Blntz was
Hj chosen' chairman, with Mrs. C. H.
Blanchard as assistant chairman. Tho
H section will meet the first and third
H Thursday morning of each month- at
H tho club house at 10 o'clock. Tho first
H meeting was hold Thursday morn-
H lng, November 1, when Mrs. Blanch-
i ard gave an Introductory talk on
, "Architecture." which was tho
H topic first taken up for consideration.
H Tho section starts out under very on-
H cournglrig auspices and will undoubt-
1 edly bo ono of tho most interesting
H sections of tho already famous club.
V Tho Shakespeare section of tho Lad-
H les' Literary club met Wednesday
H, morning In tho club house. Tho
i fourth act of Antony and Cleopatra
1' -was studied under tho direction of
M Mrs. Howard S. Stowo.
H - - MrarFr A. Druehl returned -Saturday
M from Chicago.
1 Mrs. J. S. Noblo Is a guest at tho
Fifth East 'hotel, whero sho Is vlsit-
H lng her daughter, Miss Blanch Won-
H Tho friends of T. A. Wakellng will
M bo pleased to learn that sho has re-
H covered from her recent illness and
H is at homo at the Fifth East hotel.
H Albert Schllntor of Red Wing, Minn.,
H who has been tho guest of Mr. ,nnd
fl Mrs. John W. Delano for six weeks
M - has gone with a surveying party to
B southern Nevada.
Dr. Luella Miles expects to leave
H ' 'isobn' for' California for tho winter.
.' Mrs. Russell O. Schuldcr and fattier
H .,H. Dickson, have '.returned .from.
H tho oast
H ij-jjj -sit - ' 'j
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Ray Brown and
children and Mrs. Brown will leavo In
a few days for California for an In
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Jones havo
gono to California for a month.
Mrs. E. C. Parsons left Monday for
Denver, whore sho will join Mr. Par
sons, whero they will reside. They
will bo at homo at tho Adams hotel.
Mrs. Russell O. Schulder and her
father, W. H.' Dickson, returned Sun
day from the cast.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard W. Reed aro
back from tho cast.
Mrs. M. S. Foss of Ogdnn, spent
Monday In tho city as tho guest of
Mrs. R. R. BIttinger.
Miss Nelllo Pcarsall is now at homo
at tho Keith apartments.
Mrs. Hugh L. Thomas entertained
Monday afternoon at tho second In a
series of brldgo parties.
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Keith and Mrs.
Thomas Blylho, Jr., returned Monday
morning from Nevada, whero they
wore entertained by Malcolm McDon
ald. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Youngerman
aro now at homo In tho Wllfley, No. 17.
Judge and Mrs. Thomas Marloneaux
are at homo at 454 South Main street
till tho completion or their home on E
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas M. Green
have Issued invitations for a party to
bo- given- Saturdny evening' In celebra
tion of tho fiftieth anniversary of their
mnrrlago at their homo 43 1 West Fifth
Tho Clcofan met Tuesday with Mrs.
Frank T. Roberts at 507 second street.
Mrs. W. H. Booth gave tho topic.
Tho tourist section of tho Ladles'
'.Horary club mot Tuesday morning at
Mio club house. Mrs. Henry P. Hen
derson gavo a talk on Portugal, Spain
and Holland In India.
The Woman's club mot Tuesday "
ternoon at tho homo of tho presld' .i,
Mrs. J. M. Bowman. Mrs. P. N. Ci k
read a paper on Stophen Phljllps,
which was illustrated by readings by
Mrs. T. J. Armstrong.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho West
minster Prebyterlan church gavo a
Hallowo'en social at tho homo of ,Mrs.
A. E. Phillips, 41C South Second West
About a score of tho young friends
or Rodney McKenzIo gathered at his
home in Lake Breezo Saturday even
ing and surprised him In celebration
of his twentieth blrthdny.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Morris of Ogden,
nnnounco tho engagement of their
daughter, Luella A. Morris to O. V.
Ostler of Salt Lake City.
Mrs. U. U. HIskoy and hor .'sister,
Miss Graco Davis, loft "Tuesday" even
ing for Laramie, where MlssDavIs
will, be married on -Tuesday, not to J.
K. Merkley of Omaha. '" ' j
Miss Beatrice Cheesman and Miss
Gertrude Hanson entertained about
150 of their friends Wednesday even
ing at a Halloween party given In tho
old J. R. Walker homo on South
Main street. Tho party was ar
ranged ns a mask ball and many
quaint costumes wero seen. Tho
guests wero received by Mrs. J. R.
Walker and Mr. M. J. Cheesman.
Tho decorations wero of a character
in accordance with Halloween tradi
tion. A buffet supper was served aft
er tho unmasking, which was about 11
o'clock. Then from among tho guests
the two hosts came forward. Miss
Cheesman as Silver Heels, tho Indian
maid, and Miss Hanson as a typical
burglar girl In cowboy array. Tho
dancing wns enjoyed till early In the
The marriage of Miss Ella Brown
to Orson F. May, took place Wednes
day nt noon In the temple, and was fol
lowed by a reception nt tho home of
Mrs. Amelia Folsom Young, tho
brides' aunt. Nearly 200 friends wero
Invited to meet tho young people and
tho houso was gay with flowers In
honor of tho occasion. Tho hostess
was assisted In entertaining the
euests by Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Brown,
Mrs. F. E. Wallace, Miss Allco' Need
ham, Miss Josephine Brown, Miss
Clara Folsom and Miss Ella Folsom.
Mr. and Mrs. May will bo at homo
after November 15 at 4 Montrose
Tho marriage of Miss Eleanor
White, to Harry Austin Tronholm of
Denver, took place Thursday at the
Keith apartments In tho parlors of
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Keith. The mar
riage service was read by Rev. Elmer
I. Goshen of tho First Congregational
church. Only tho relatives and the
near friends of tho young peoplo wero
present. Mr. and Mrs. Trenholm will
reside In Denver.
Tlio marriage of Miss Irma Dunham
and W. W. Randolph took place Wed
nesday evening at tho homo of tho
bride's mother on East Third South
street. Tho ceremony, performed by
Rev. P .A. Slmpkin, was witnessed by
only tho relatives, but later a recep
tion from 9 till ' 11 o'clock was at
tended by about seventy-five or the
friends of tho young people. Mr. and
Mrs. Randolph left Thursday for
Schellbourne, Nev., to make their
Miss Queenle Brockman entertained
about thirty-five or her friends at a
Halloween party Wednesday evening
at tho Brockman homo on East Sec
ond South street. Tho house was gay
with Jack-o-lanterns and other aut
umn decorations, and games appro
priate to tho season wero played.
Mrs. Louis Schoppo entertained in
formally Wednesday afternoon at 500
in hoonr of Miss Lora Schoppe, whose
mnrrlago takes place next week
Prizes wero awarded to Mrs. Freder
ick Sinclalro and Mrs. Robert Roy
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Calaghan enter
tained at a dinner Tuesday evening
at their homo on H street. Tho
guests wore Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Judge,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walker, Miss Anna
McComick, Mrs. W. G. Filer Miss
Katherino Geddes, J. S. Crltchlow, F.
C. Schramm and C. W. Whitney.
Mrs. Schuyler C. Snyder entertain
ed a few or her friends Wednesday
afternoon at brldgo In honor of Miss
A. B. Rnymond. Threo tables were
filled with tho players and prizes
wero won by Mrs. Lafayette Han
chotto. Mrs. C. O. Whlttemoro and
Ir. Wayne Hemphill, -Mrs. Snyder
i was assisted by tho Misses Prlmeaux.
Tho annual banquet of tho Alumni i
association of St. Mary's academy will 1
bo given Saturday evening at tho I
school. This year, contrary to cus-
torn tho members of tho Alumni as- '
soclatlon will bo guests of tho faculty
of tho academy, tho sisters providing I
tho banquet for them.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly entertained I
at a dinner Thursday evening for Mr. y
and Mrs. Roy Brown. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rolfo and
their daughter, Mrs. Tlllerton, havo '
gone to Chicago.
Miss Delia Richards entertained tho
members of her sowing club Wednes
day afternoon at her homo.
Mrs. A. A. Gibson is now at home at '
Mrs. Katherino Belcher has moved
and Is now at homo at No. 50 Emory
Holmes. , Jt Ji
Mrs. A. T. McCanne has returned ,
from Colorado whero she spent a fow
weeks in tho mountains.
Mrs. Percy Moulson Is In town from
Bingham for a fow days visiting her
mother at tho Fifth East hotel.
Miss Elizabeth Sloan lert Thursday i
lor Goldfleld, wheio sho will spend a I
rart of the winter.
Mrs. F. W. Hanson has returned J
after a fow weeks spent In the east. '
Mrs. N. K. Bagneli of Denver Is at j
the Keith apartments visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. William Prackwlnklo.
Miss Flora E. Baldwin Is located
permanently in Goldfleld.
Mrs. C. Ira Tuttlo has returned
from a short stay in Los Angeles.
Dr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Mack aro back
from California and will shortly bo
settled hero for tho winter. i
Miss Elizabeth Dooly, who has been
visiting in tho city, has gono to Chi- i
cago to continue her musical studies.
Tho marriage of Miss Marguerite
Blunck and Mr. Lyndon II. Wheeler,
which took place on Wednesday, was
somewhat of a surprise. Tho cere
mony was performed by Rev. W. M.
Paden at tho Knutsford hotel, In tho
presence of tho parents of tho bride
and a fow Intlmato friends. Tho bride
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Blunck and Is a charming young lady.
Mr. Blunck was tho founder of tho
If Tom Pitt is elected sheriff of
Salt Lako county, Charles Mostyn jft,
Owen will bo his chief deupty. How's
that for high?
Same Prlnclole, Of Course.
"Great Scott! What's that she's
wearing?" exclaimed tho bachelor a'j
an up-to-dato spring girl bparded tho
car and sat two seats ahead. "It looks
like a but It can't bo," ho went on,
"I know It does," explained his mar
ried friend, "but It Isn't. It's tho
latest thing to hold up tho long
gloves. My wlfo has threo pairs, made
of elastic ribbon and what not, with )
bunches of fluff besides. Samo prin
ciple, or course. They call 'era armlets."