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title: 'Truth. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1901-1908, February 16, 1907, Page 4, Image 4',
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I " TRUTH
I in tlie social Realm
H Mrs. Grant Hampton was the hos-
H tess Monday at a Valentine luncheon
H at the University club, followed by
H bridge. A central decoration was
H made of a large cut glass bowl filled
H with daffodils, and on cither side were
H heart-shaped beds of the same llow-
H ers tied with ribbons of the same lute.
H Yellow caudles in crystal candlesticks
H lighted the board. The guests were
H Mrs. James L. Franken, Mrs. George
H L. Nye, Miss Webber, Mrs. Thomas
G, Griffin, Mrs. Henry LaMotte, Mrs.
H O. W. Powers, Miss Genevieve Mc
I Cornick, Mrs. J. R. Walker, Miss Ida
H llnnaucr, Mfs. William G. Sharp, Mrs.
H George Jay Gibson, Miss Maud
H Thorne, Mrs. Clarence Post, Mrs. G.
H 11. Pfoutz, Mrs. Sam C. Park, Miss
Hi Margaret Park, Mrs. J. M. ltidwell
HI and Miss Nasou. In the game which
: followed the prizes were won by Mrs.
Hi Didwell, Mrs. Post, Miss llanauer
HI and Mrs. Griffin.
H About seventy-live guests enjoyed
H an informal colonial dance Monday
H livening at the Ladies' Literary club,
Hj the affair being a subscription dance
H managed by Mrs. Ledyard M. llnilcy,
Mrs- I. 1L Lewis and Mrs. R. C.
H Woodruff. The hall was decorated
H with the national colors, flags and
H bunting being used effectively. On
H thejower floor the supper room was
H arranged with yellow jonquils and
H colonial candlesticks. A number of
H the guests were in colonial caslumc.
H Ji -. i U
H Mb and Mrs. diaries L. Rood, 'Mrs.
O. II., Kister, Miss Rose Hartwcll
H and Miss iMiiry. Kimball landed in Gi
H bralter, Jan. lO.
I Mrs. iLec Charles Miller, has gone
H to Los Angeles for a'sliort trip.
H A delightful party was given at the
H home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rudd,
H in honor of the seventy-seventh birth-
H day of the veteran actor, Phil Mar-
H gptts. Many good wishes were show-
H crcif on the guest of honor, and the
H evening' was spent in songs and mcr-
H Mrs. Clarence Drown is in the city
H the guest of .Mrs. W. V. Chisholm.
H Mrs. William G. Shar is here from
H -NrrwYork-visiting-hcr-parents, Judge
H and Mrs. Robert llarkuess.
H The Bridge club met Monday aftcr-
H noon with Mrs. Ashby D. Cleveland.
H The Woman's club celebrated presi-
H dent's day Tuesday at the home of
H Mrs. G. P. Keller on Third East
Hj street. Mrs. A. V. Taylor and Miss
H I.izbcth M. Qualtrottgh, principal of
H' the Oquirrh school, lead, papers rc-
H lated to theseliool and the club, wo-
H' men, and music was furnished by
Hi Mrs. Kate Bridewell-Anderson, Miss
H Lucy Gattrell, Miss Florence Nettle-
; ton, Claude J. Nettleton and W. S.
H ' Sliarpc.
W. 11. Scarlc of Provo was in the
' Mrs. W. R. Walker has gone to
California for a stay of a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Harris, who
spent the past few mouths in the east,
are back and are again at home at the
Dm us ford.
Mr. and Mrs. David Keith with
their small son, David, reached home
Monday evening after a stay of some
weeks in New York and Washington.
Min. Joseph Stowe is in town and
will spend the next few weeks 'ith
her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard S. Stowe, at the Dransford.
Miss Claire Ellcrbeck has returned
from Los Angeles, where she spent
a part of the winter, and is with her
!ister, Mrs. Charles Read.
The Alumni association of the High
school gave a dance Friday evening
in Unity hall, the affair being under
the management of G. C. Andrews
and E. A. Rogers.
Mr.i. William Iglehcart iuul Mrs
Joel L. Priest received at a Valentine
tea Tuesday afternoon at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Iglcheart. The
home was elaborately decorated and
the function was very enjojablc.
Miss Marie Iirchm spoke Monday
afternoon at the regular meeting of
the Day View Reading club, giving a
description of a tour through Switzer
land. The meeting was held at the
home of Mrs. J. R. Davis, and the mu
sic of the afternoon was furnished
by Miss Warren, a pupil of Professor
George E. Skelton, Mr. Skclton play
ing the accompaniment for the little
Captain and Mrs. H. C. Clement
entertained Tuesday evening at a din
ner at which a dozen of their friends
were guests. The table decorations
were of red Richmond roses, and the
guests were Major and Mrs. Allen M.
Smith, Major Dishop, Captain and
Mrs. John E. Woodward, Major
Hearn, Miss Katherinc Judge, Cap
tain and Mrs. A. S, Diookcs, Captain
Howland and Captain Pritchard.
Mrs. William II. Cunningham was
the hostess Tuesday afternoon at an
elaborate bridge tea given in honor
of Mrs. J. E. Uuutoon of Sacramento.
Ten tables were filled witlt the play
ers, and prizes were awarded the win
ner at each. The hostess was assisted
by Mrs. Ashby D. Cleveland and Miss
Margaret Park, and the prize winners
were Mrs. W. Monl Ferry, Mrs.
George L. Nye, 'Mrs. J. L. Franken,
Miss Mary Smedley, Miss Gertrude
McGratb, Mrs. Robert J. Glendinning,
Miss Nason, Mrs. A. C Ewing, Mrs.
J. E. Galigher and Miss Elizabeth
Mrs. George D. Keysor entertained
at luncheon Tuesday.
Mrs. M. A. Darrett and Miss Agnes
Cassiday of Logan arc in town to
spend a few days.
Miss Florence Robbms will be the
hostess at a Washington's birthday
party Friday, February 22.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Fife and
Miss CosgrilT and J. E. Cosgriff left
Tuesday for a few weeks' trip to the
Mrs. Robert King Brown enter
tained Wednesday at luncheon, fol
lowed by "500." Members of the 500
club were her guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kearns and
their little daughter, Helen, returned
Tuesday from the east, where they
spent the past six weeks.
Captain and Mrs. H. C. Clement
entertained at a dinner Thursday
evening at their quarters at Fort
Mrs. Robert King Drown enter
tained her card club at a lunchdon
Wednesday at her home, 707 Second
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Read have
moved into their new home and will
shortly be at home at in O street.
Mr. and Mrs. Kent O. Kcyes have
returned from the east and are at
home now at the Cullen hotel.
Miss Mamie Green of Denver is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. H. M. Kimball,
at her apartments in the Wilfley.
Mrs. C. D. Moore and Mrs. C. H.
Van Annan entertained the members
of St. Mark's guild Tuesday afternoon
at a silver tea.
Mrs. A. G. Mackenzie and her little
daughter, Margaret, left Monday to
join Mr. Mackenzie in Anaconda.
George E. Skelton has issued invi
tations for a violin recital to be given
next Tuesday evening at the First
Congregational church. The assist
ing artists arc to be Mrs. Anna Col
burn Plummcr, Fred C. Graham and
-Mrs. George E. Skclton. A number
of Mr. Skclton's pupils will take part
in the program.
Miss Mildred Tibbals and Miss Min
nie Stevenson, who are now in Italy,
have spent the past three or four
weeks in Florence. 'I hey go thcijcc
to Naples," where they will remain till
April when they will be joined by
Mrs. Tibbals and Mrs. J. R. Hush
well. The party will spend four
months in Italy.
The marriage of Miss Ethel Sturgis
and Martin R. Lowe of Dreckinridge,
Colo., took place Monday afternoon
at the home of the bride's mothci, 530
Eighth East street. The . ceremony
was performed by Rc. Elmer I. Gos
hen, the wtdding being only a quiet
home affair. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe will
make their home in Dreckinridge.
Miss Delia Janet Richards enter
tained the sewing club at her home
Mrs. William Iglehcart and Mrs.
Joel L. Priest gave the second in a
series of afternoon teas Thursday af
Mrs. James II. Moyle entertained r
the members of her card club Thurs
Mrs. J. M. Marriott entertain.cd
Thursday afternoon at a "500" party
at her home.
The members of the Seekers' Liter
ary club gave a valentine party Thurs
day evening at the home of Mrs. Sea
ton, 356 West Second North street.
The history sccHon of the Ladies' Jl
Literary club met Thursday morning W
at the club house. Mrs. W. H. Dcritz
gave the topic, "Macedonian Kings."
Mrs. C. E. Allen left Thursday
evening for the East.
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Reed and
daughter, Miss Gladys, left Tuesday
night for San Francisco and on Sat
urday, February 16, thty will sail for
Hawaii for an indefinite stay.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Druehl and Mrs.
Walter F. Druehl and little daughters
left Thursday for southern California
for a stay of a month or six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Lawrence
and Mrs. Julia Kimball leave today
for Los Angeles. .
The latest from Col. E. F. Holmes
and party announced that they were
"600 miles up the Nile, and still go
ing," and that they were enjoying
George Y. Wallace has returned
from a visit to St. Louis. Mxs. Wal
lace will remain some time longer
with Dr. and Mrs. George Tuttle.
The largest social event of the even
ing of Feb. 14, was the valentine dance
at the Ladies' Literary club, given by
a group of young boys including Weir
The violinists of the city gave a
super Thursday evening in honor of
Arthur Hartmann, the violinist, who
anpearcd in a concert at the First
Congregational church Friday even
ing. Cassady, Harold Horlick, Terrell w
Hoyt, Russell Sands and Marre Van
Cott. The decorations were elabor
ate and in keeping with the day. The
chaperones of the evening were Mr.
and Mrs. Waldcmar Van Cott, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Sands, Mr. and Mrs.
II. Horlick, Mrs. R. H. Cassady and
Mrs. J. H. Hoyt.
Governor John C. Cu'ler and his
staff and a large number of the mem
bers of the legislature, accompanied
in many cases by their wives and .
daughters, went to American Forkfc
Wednesday, where a brilliant rcccp- '
tion and dance was given in their 1
honor by the merican Fork Com