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K in me social Realm
H j Mrs. Lee C. Miller left Monday
Hr for the cast, where she will spend the
H tunc till July i wiMi relatives. Later
H she and Mr. Miller, accompanied by
H Mr. and Mrs. Mead of Chicago, will
H II go abroad for an automobile tour of
1 , France.
H II The members of the O. R. C.
H '' Ladies' Auxiliary and their families
1 were entertained Tuesday evening at
787 Third street by Mrs. Carter, Mrs.
llavenor, Mrs. Hilton and Mrs. Hein
leiu. M ' Mrs. T. W. Cole and Mrs. Walter
H Hill of Chicago arc in town visiting
M their cousin, Mrs. David S. Murray.
H They arc on their way home from the
H coast, where they spent the winter.
M t Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ncill and
M Miss Violet Ncill, who have spent
M the past month in the Grand Canyon
of Arizona, arc back at their home,
H .400 Arroyo terrace, Pasadena.
1 j Mrs. E. R. Dickinson of Denver,
M j' who has visited here many times,
M I spent Tuesday in town with Mrs. J.
M A. Reeves, leaving in the evening for
M Ely, to visit her son.
H Mr. and Mrs. Scrcno B. Tuttle cn-
H tcrtained at a dinner Monday for Col-
H onel and Mrs. Bishop of Grand Rapids
H and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tuttle, form-
H erly of Pittsburg.
H Miss Lcla Stingley entertained at
H a luncheon Wednesday at the Country
H club in honor of Miss Ruth Kings-
H Mrs. W. E. Terhune is home from
H Long Beach, where she has been the
H past year with her daughter, Mrs. II.
H E. Wall.
H Miss Claire Little entertained at a
H tea Monday afternoon in honor of
H Miss Elsie Hansen, whose marriage
H to Wallace Wciser takes place June 8.
H Mrs. George W. Reed is back in
H Los Angeles, afcr having visited
H Mexico and Arizona in company with
I a party of friends.
The two card parties planned by
M Mrs. L. L. Downing for Tuesday and
H Wednesday were postponed on ac-
H cotint of Mrs. Downing's illness.
I f The enlisted men of Fort Douglas
I gave a dance Wednesday evening in
the post hall.
I Miss Nellie Mahcr, who has been
I ' visiting Miss Ella Cragin, has rc-
turned to her home in Evanston.
I The Bridge club met Tuesday with
I Mr. and Mrs. George Steiner.
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Mrs. Charles Q. Pluinincr and Mrs.
Frank A. Druchl gave a garden party
Tuesday at Wandamcre. Several hun
dred friends were invited and cars
were chartered to take the entire
party to the park. When they arrived
a mandolin and guitar club in a boat
greeted them with music, and this
music continued all through the after
noon. Musical numbers were given
by Mrs. Plummcr, the Misses Isabel
and Amy Osborne and Miss Edna
Dwycr. One of the unique features
was the Greek temple dance by Miss
Martha Johnson in Greek costume,
for which the vocalists sang the tem
ple anthem of the Vestal virgins
Mrs. W. S. Loomis played the accom
paniment. Mrs. William Iglehart
read some spring poems. .Refresh
ments were served by the following
named young ladies: Miss Virginia
Bcatty, Louise Osborne, Ethel Tyrce,
Margaret Walker, Helen Harr and
Aline McMillan. The hostesses were
assisted by Mrs. F. A. Vincent, Mrs.
Milton Oglesby, Mrs. Walter Druchl
Mrs. John Cain and Mrs. Lcdyard M.
Mrs. T. G. Webber and Miss Web
ber entertained Tuesday afternoon at
a bridge tea. Eight tables were
played. The tea table was decorated
. with crimson peonies, and white ana
green were used in the drawing room
and library. The hostesses were as
sisted in serving tea by Mrs. David
Keith, Mrs. Ellsworth Daggett, Mrs.
William McCaskcll, Mrs. Benjamin
C. Lockwood and Mrs. J. E. Cainc.
Mrs. Andrew I Iowa t and daugh
ters received Tuesday afternoon at
tea at their home on Seventh East
street. In the dining room Mrs. W.
S. Ellcrbcck and Mrs. Grant Hamp
ton poured tea and coffee, and they
were assisted by the Misses Jean
Odcll and Kate Groo. About 100
called during the afternoon hours.
Cards have been received for the
marriage of Miss Elizabeth Alfred
Shingleur to Charles Augustus Rich
ardson. Tltc marriage will take place
Thursday evening, June 6th, at the
First Methodist church in Jackson,
Mich., the home of the bride. Miss
Shingleur was a visitor to Salt Lake
on several occasions.
Mrs. L. II. Farnsworth and little
daughter will leave June nth for
Boston; where they will join hei
daughter, Edna, 'and the three will
sail from New York June 20, to be
away a year.
Mrs. Hector M. Griswold passed
through ''; city on Monday on her
way to i.w York to Join Dr. Gris
wold, who is practicing his profes
mr ROUND TRIP TO
$80.60 Ogden to Norfolk, Va., and return.
Ticket good sixty daye. $96.65 for ticket
good to return until December 15. Choice
of routes and stop-overs east of Chicago.
Two daily trains to Chicago via the
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST.
PAUL RAILWAY '
in connection with the Union Pacific Rail
road. The Overland Limited leaves Ogden
3 p. m. daily, arrives Union Station, Chi- .
cago, 9:25 a. m. second morning. Another
troin at 8:30 a. m. Jamestown Exposition
folder free on tequest.
C. S. WILLIAMS, Commercial Agent
106 West 2d South Street, '
Salt Lake City.
Mrs. E. Bonncmort has issued in
vitations for a reception to be given
Tuesday next to meet Mrs. M. F. Al
britton of Kalispell, Mont.
The Young Women's Christian as
sociation's regular monthly "at
home" was given Thursday evening.
An excellent program was rendered.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. McEnery, who
have spent the past ten days in town,
lift Saturday for their home in San
Mr. and Mrs. George Steiner en
tertained the members of their bridge
club at their home on Third East
street Tuesday evening.
Mrs. John C. Daly gave a bridge
party Wednesday afternoon for Miss
Beatrice O'Connor and Mrs. Robert
Mrs. L. C. Adam of southern Kan
sas is in town for a visit with her
sisters, the Misses Olive and Cora
Mrs. II. G. Brockma was the hos
tess Wednesday afternoon at a brilgc
tea at her home on East Second
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dcrn and Miss
Elizabeth Mclntyrc are home after a
stay of a few weeks in Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nibley ex
pect to leave within a few ys for
their home in Perry, Ore. .
Mrs. C. P. Brooks w. ' entcrta' '
on Saturday afternoon at bridge.
Miss Nora Van Cott returned
Tuesday from St. Louis, and is at
home for the summer. 1
Dr. Nannie P. Lewis is here from 1
Kansas City visiting her cousin, Mrs. j
J. L. Craig. N
Mrs. W. Wl Rivers entertained her
bridge club Tuesday aftetrnoon.
Mrs. W. W Rivers entertained her
Bridge club Tuesday at her home.
"Am I my brother's keeper'"
Not my outward seeming,
Nor yet my idle dreaming;
But true and faithful serving,
From duty never swerving,
New hope imparts
To wavering hearts. A
(Margaret Blair. - r
STRENGTH IN WEAKNESS.
Last night there toiled till late a 'ittl.'
From leaf to leaf her silken threads
she swung; .
Now, dcw-cnsilviered in the morning
The finished lace is hung.
And one who hath been wont to M
storm and conquer, ""
And strongest bars to break with
Tt sp.trc the filmy web across his
Pauses, and turns aside.
CLARA W. BRONSOM.