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I in the social Realm
H A pretty home wedding was that
H! of Miss Louise Young, daughter of
H'l Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 11. Young,
B and Mr. Thomas J. Carrigan, which
H took place on Tuesday evening at
H the home of the bride's parents on
H, Second street. TIic" ceremony was
H performed by Rev. Father Curran of
' St. Mary's Cathedral. Miss llallic
Hi Cummings was bridesmaid and Fred
Hf Roulet best man. The bride was
H handsonicly gowned and carried
B white bride's roses. Miss Cummings
was in pale blue and white silk and
H carried pink roses. The residence
H was very prettily decorated and dur
fl ing the evening the guests, number
U ing over half a huudicd, were enter
al tained at supper. Mr. and Mrs. Car
H rigan will reside in Goldficld.
M M!rs. M. S. Woodward was the hos-
M tess Tuesday at a bridge tea, at which
H thirty or more of her friends were
H entertained. Eight tables were filled
H with the players, and a prize was
H awarded the winner at each. A num-
H her of others dropped in later for tea
H when the hostess was assisted by
Mrs. M. II. Kriebcl, Miss Ida I-Ian-H
auer and Miss Marion Rooklcdgc.
M Mrs. E. T. Harvey entertained
M twenty of lier friends Monday for
M Mrs. Frank Halm, the affair being a
M luncheon, followed by cards. Daf-
fl fodils were issued in profusion, and
M the score and tally cards were done
M in the same color. Prizes in the game
M were won by Mrs. Halm, Mrs. Harry
M Knight and Mrs. John Reinsimar.
M Miss Lcnorc Sampson assisted the
M' Mrs. Hugh Anderson entertained at
B tea in compliment to her niece, Mrs.
M J. E. lluntoon. The hostess was as-
M sisted by Mrs. W. Montague Ferry
m nud Miss Jessie Anderson, who
M poured tea in the dining room, and
Mrs. W. 11. Cunningham, Mrs. Ed
H ward S. Ferry and Mrs. Jutre Sadler
M F. C. Schramm entertained at the
M Orphcum Monday evening in compli-
M tucnt to Mrs. J. E. lluntoon, who
M leaves shortly for her home in Cali-
B foruia. The guests, besides Mlrs.
M lluntoon, were Miss Jessie Anderson,
M Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Cunningham.
M Mrs. June Sadler Donncil, John S.
M Critchlow and Lester Freed.
M Mr. and Mrs. Ncphi W. Clayton
H and their two younger boys returned
1 Monday evening from a stay of scv-
H eral months abroad. Tlieir daughter,
Miss Sibclla Clayton, and their two
M older sons, Lawrence and Robert, will
M remain away some time longer.
H Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Woodruff, 232
H East South Temple street, have issued
H invitations for the wddiug of their
H daughter, Hazel Florence, and J. Her-
H man Johnson, Tuesday evening March
H 12, from 9 to 11 o'clock.
H Word comes from Los Angeles of
H the marriage there on Feb. 28 of Miss
H Marjoric Alma Milliron of Salt Lake
H and Herbert Stanton of that city.
H The Rev. Richard Wake performed
H the ceremony.
H Mrs. Lulu Maync Windsor is hero
H from Los Angeles for a short visit,
H and is with her sister, Dr. Grace Strat-
H ton She will spend next week with
H Ju'' 'c and Mrs. Thomas Marioncaux
H at .heir new home on E street.
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George P. Ilolman left Wednesday
for New York, wliere he will join Mrs.
Ilolman, and whence they will sail
shortly, accompanied by their daugh
ter, Mrs. T. W. London, for a tour
The Woman's Democratic club gave
a reception to the Demociatic mem
bers of the legislature Wednesday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James II. Moyle, 405 East First South
Miss Rose Youngcrnian arrived
Tuesday from Los Angeles and will
spend the next few weeks with Mr.
and Mlrs. H. L. Youngerman at the
Mrs. Clarence T. Drown returned
M'onday to her home in San Diego,
after a stay of some ten days with
Miss Margaret Shc-ncr of Hay City,
Mich., has returned to her home after
a visit with Lieutenant and Mrs.
Frank II. Hurton.
Miss Maymc Noble has gone to the
coast, where she will spend some
time, and whence she may sail to join
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gould Smith in
Mrs. Ilarkness and her daughter,
Mrs. William G. Sharp, will entertain
at a luncheon on Saturday at the Alta
The evening Card club met Friday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Drown at the Daly home.
Mr. and Mrs. Solon Spiro arc again
at home in their apartments at the
Dransford after a long absence in the
Mrs. A. J. Gustin left Monday for
Pasadena, to visit her sister, Mrs. Gil
christ. Mrs. Howard Eugene Smith left
Tuesday morning to join Mr. Smith
in Los Angeles. i
Miss Miriam Nclke, who has been
in DIackfoot, Ida., visited with Mrs.
E. A. Wedgwood Wednesday.
Mrs. John N. Straat has left Fort
Douglas for a visit with friends on
Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Williams are
now in their new home on M and
Mrs. C. D. Diehl entertained, the
Utopia club at her home on North
State street Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Percy Sadler entertained a
party of friends at the Orphcum Tues
Mrs. J. D. Ingrain will entertain
next Tuesday at a luncheon at the
David A. Nelson entertained a
number of his friends Tuesday even
ing al an informal affair at his home.
Mrs. W. V. R. Powis of Chicago is
here, spending some time with her
daughter, Mrs. Elwood Drown.
Mrs. Edward McGurrin and her two
small boys have gone to California
for a short stay.
The first annual breakfast of the
Day View Reading club was given
Wednesday morning at the Manitou
hotel. The table, seating over a score,
was arranged in the form of a Mal
tese cross and was decorated in white
and pale green. Mrs. Richard Sav
age was the toast mistress. Mrs. Lena
Peaslce toasted "Our Departing
Friends." Mrs. Tibbals responded to
the toast "Home and Friends;" Mrs.
Duswcll's response was "Parting is
Such Sweet Sorrow," while Mrs.
Morehouse anticipated a future time
with "The Home Coming." The oth
ers present were Mrs. W. R. Warren,
Mrs. N. A. Dtinyon, Mrs. Howard,
Mrs. D. N. Struap, Mrs. J. R. Davis,
Mrs. C. W. Morse, Mrs. Dennis C.
Eichnor, Mrs. Klcinschmidt, Mrs.
Grant Drown, Mrs. Lockhart, Mrs. P.
A. Dix, Mrs. A. McCurtain, Mrs. A.
D. Gibson, Mrs. E. L. Jones, Mrs.
J. M. Wilfley, Mrs. R. W. Watt and
Mrs. E. L. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Richaid A. Keyes en
tertained at bridge Wednesday even
ing, in honor of the officers and ladies
of Fort Douglas. Ten tables were
filled with the players, and prizes
were awarded the winner at each.
Punch was served in the dining room
throughout the evening, and later a
buffet supper was enjoyed.
Mrs. W. T. Piciisoii entertained
Wednesday at a luncheon for Mrs.
Frank Halm, the decorations being
all in white spring flowers and green.
The other guests were Mrs. E.T. Har
vey. Mrs. A. D. Hirlh, Mrs. Dlake,
Mrs. W. L. Green, Mrs. Charles W.
Doyd, Mrs. Clarence Warnock and
Mrs. Harry S. Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hansen an
nounce the cngaguncnt of their
daughter, Elsie, to Wallace Weiscr
The wedding will be one of the events
of early June.
Mrs. Ernest Dambcrgcr was the
hostess Thursday at a luncheon at
the University club, given in honor
of Mrs. J. E. lluntoon.
Judge and Mrs. J. C. Royle enter
tained at dinner Friday evening for
Frank Mostyn Kelly, who is playing
this week at the Orphcum.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cunningham
entertained Wednesday evening at a
dinner for ten in compliment to Mrs.
J. E. lluntoon of Sacramento.
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Walker will
return soon from Riverside, Califor
nia, where they have been spending
The G. O. O. S. club was enter
tained Wediftisday afternoon by Miss
Alice Hook at her home, 21 South
Mrs. J. T. Keith is expected home
from Los .Angeles within a da' or so.
Dr. Keith came up eaily in the t.ek.
The Utopia met estcrday after
it" 11 with Mrs. C. D. Diehl.
Mrs. Frank Halm wa.t the guest
of honor at a luncheon Wednesday,
given by Mrs. W. T. Denscu, unci at
a Kensington on Thuisday, given by
Mrs. II. J. Schtiltz.
The tourist section of the Ladies
Literary club met Tuesday morning
at the club house. Mrs. J. L. Frankin
spoke on " Art in Japan."
Mrs. Courtland O. Daker of Tellu
ride, Colo., who spent some time in
town visiting the' Alford family is in
I'rovo for a short slay.
Mrs. Edgar Darling, who has spent
the past few weeks with her sister, "'
Mrs. F. E; McGurrin, left Monday
evening for her home in Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Mackenzie have
returned from Anaconda, and arc at ;
I omc for the presnt at 259 Fifth
The Wasatch Liteiary circle met
Tuesday at the G'tnton Memorial
chapel, and Mrs. C. S. Kinney read
a paper on " Forest ly."
Mrs. John P. Mcakin has gone to
New York to join Mr. Meakin, who
is there on a business trip.
The enlisted men of Fort Douglas j
gave a dance in the post hall Wed-
Mrs. Roy Ec'clcs from Lcwiston )
is visiting with her mother, Mrs O.
The College Club met Thursday
with Miss Lena Hague at the
Walker home on East Drighani
Miss Marjoric' Dey will entertain
at cards Saturday evening at' the
Dey home on Fifth East street.
Miss Elsie Dickert has returned
from Helena, where she has been &
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sawyer.
Mr.-.. If. J. Schtiltz entertained
Thursday in honor of Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Thomas Kearns is in Park
City to spend about a week with
Mrs Irwin, who has spent the
winter with Mrs. Samuel Newhouse,
left Tuesday evening for New York. ,
Jack Royle is town on his way
through to Nevada from New York.
The Dridge club will meet next
Monday with Miss Minnie Sadler.