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HfH On Monday afternoon Mrs. Wil-
Hfl lard Hanson gave a 500 party in
Hf honor of Miss Bessie Williamson.
Hd The house was profusely decorated
i"" .with (lowers. Mrs Hanson was as
sisted hy Miss Thomas. Eight tab-
1 les of bridge were played, the prizes
Ht were won by isrrs. Harry S. Knight
Hi. and Miss Janet Williamson. The
HEi guest prize going to Miss Williamson.
H i Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Roberts and
I , Mrs. R. M'cMasters, Mrs. Roberts'
H mother, have gone to Los Angeles to
H ' make their home. Mr. Roberts has
H for a number of years been a reporter
H j on Salt Lake papers, and will join
Hi the Times staff upon his arrival in
If , Los Angeles.
Hj Miss Jeanncttc Luman has rcturn-
Hj j cd from Washington, D. C, where
she had been attending the National
H! 1 Park seminary. She will be at home
Hg j during the summer with her parents,
HI Mr. and Mrs. Abner Luman, 679
Hli East Second South.
Hi Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Oglesby and
Hfjj Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Oglesby rc-
H' turned Saturday from. Terre Haute,
H- Ind., where they went to attennd the
Hf , wedding of Miss Esther Schaal and
H Richard Oglesby, June 19.
Hi' 1 Word has been received from Mr.
Hi and Mrs. William M. McCrea from
Hi Portland, where they were present at
H I the rose carnival. From there they
H t went to Seattle and British Colum-
Hj bia before returning to Salt Lake.
1 Miss Hazicl Caldcr entertained
Hi about twenty friends Monday cven
H 1 ing at a linen shower given for Miss
H I j Helena Walsh, whose wedding took
Hr place Wledncsday. The house was
Hjj prettily decorated with pink roses.
H f Paul Belcher has returned from the
H 1 University 'of Pjcnnsflyvania, where
H j. he is taking a course in electrical
H engineering, and will spend his va-
H cation in Salt Lake with his mother,
H I Mrs. Kathcrine Belcher.
H Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lamson re-
H 1 turned Monday from the East, ac-
H j companicd by their daughter, Miss
H k Caroline Lamson, who has been tak-
H 1 JJ ing a course at Columbia university.
H ' '
H ; ' Mrs. Shcltou and son Frederick.
(Avho have been visiting with Mrs.
;, Redall on McClclIan avenue, left
Tuesday for their home in Kansas,
Misses Florence and Louise Jen-
( nings left Tuesday evening for Los
Angeles to spend several weeks.
Later they will join their mother,
Mrs. Isaac Jennings in San Francisco
The daughters of the Utah Pioneers
met Wednesday at the Lion House.
The guests of honor were Rosalia
Kimball Edwards and Jcanet Young
Easton and the Sons of Pioneers.
The programme for the afternoon
was an opening song by the Daugh
ters' Pioneer club, a prayer by the
chaplain, Mrs. S. J. Cannon; greet
ings by President Susie Young Gates,
quartette by Mrs. Winder and others,
"The Three Pioneer Women," by
Orspn F. Whitney; song by Mrs. Ida
Home White; "Our Ancestors," by
John R. Winder; solo, by Nellie Ra
leigh; "A Pioneer Boy's Experienc
es," by Francis M. Lyman; solo, by
Miss Edna Evans; "My Valley
Home," by Mrs. J. P. Mcakin; re
marks by others, and "Auld Lang
Sync" by the choir.
Miss Hazel D. Pond and Willard
Conrad Snow were married on Tues
day evening. The ceremony was per
formed in the presence of a number
of friends and relatives, and a recep
tion followed. Rev. E. I. Goshen of
ficiated. The bride was attended by
h r sister, Mrs. Crome, as matron of
honor. Miss Norma Fcnton was maid
of honor. Mr. Howard Grccnwcll
acted as best man. The bridal party
stood in the parlor under a canopy
of white roses and smilax. At the
reception M'r. and Mrs. Pond were
assisted in receiving by Mr. and Mrs.
Snow, parents of the groom. Mrs.
Dickcrt and Miss Elsie Dickcrt and
Miss Snow assisted in the dining
room, which was decorated in palms
and pink roses with, ping candelabra.
Invitations have been issued for the
marriage of Miss Jennie Elizabeth
Peterson to Charles Arthur Nichols,
to take place Tuesday, July 2, at the
residence of the bride's mother, 749
South Second East. Justice Straup
of the Supreme Court will perform
the ceremony and a reception 'will be
given after the cer.emony, between S
and 10 o'clock in the evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Nichols will make a short
Eastern trip. They will reside at 309
South Fifth East, where they will be
at home after August 15.
Miss Jensen and Miss Lowenstine
entertained Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Miss Lowenstine, followed
by a luncheon, in honor of Miss Hel
en Santschi, who is to be married
July 1. The decorations were in pink
wedding bells. Covers were laid for
Miss Santschi, Miss Evans, Miss Ma
lum, Miss Edwards, Miss Loda, Miss
Campbell, Miss Eudora Daly, Miss
Edwards of Oakland, Miss Jesscu and
Miss Lowenstine. During the after
noon a guessing game was enjoyed,
and the prizes were won by Miss
Santschi and Miss Evans.
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A Wedding of Tuesday was that of
Miss Edna Harkcr and Elbert Tho
mas. They were married at noon in
the Temple, and a large reception
followed in the evening af the home
of the bride's sister, Mrs. Preston
Cannon, at the Cannon Farm. Miss
Harkcr was attended by her sister,
Mrs. Cannon, as matron of honor
and Mr. Harold Goff acted as best
man. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will be
at the home of Mr. R. K. Thomas,
137 North Temple, until the first ol
August, when they will go to Japan
for several years.
Miss Kathcrine McDonald and Miss
Mabel Cowley entertained at five
hundred Tuesday in honor of Miss
Bessie Williamson, nine tables were
filled with players, and prizes were
won by Miss Adams, Miss Stanch
field and Miss Schulz. The guest
prize went to Miss Williamson. The
hostesses were assisted by Miss Ethel
McDonald and Miss Kathcrine Wall.
The Woman's Republican club gave
a reception to Mrs. Maurice Marvin,
State commander of the L. O. T. M.
of the World, at the residence of Mrs.
E. G. Kidder, io'i4 Ninth East, Fri
day evening from 8 to 11.
Mrs. Freeman Mbrningstar enter
tained Wednesday afternoon, about
fifteen little folks at a Teddy Bear
and doll party, in honor of her little
Punch was served in the library by
Miss Lillian Pond. Mr. and Mrs
Snow left on the late train for their
home in Cedar, Utah.
Miss Jeanncttc Luman has return
ed from Washington, D. C, where
she has been attending the National
Mrs. William Harcombe and daugh
ter, Miss Ethel Harcombe, are at
home at 858 East Second South
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Porter enter
tained the Evening Bridge club Mon
day evening at their home in South
Mrs. Grant II. Smith and children
are visiting in Stockton for a few
days with Mrs. Horace II. Smith.
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Keith will be at
home to their friends for the summer
at 150 Thirteenth East.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Handin will be
at home to their friends hereafter at
14 Wilflcy fiats.
Mrs. Robert Sneddon entertained
a number of friends Monday after
noon at 500.
Mrs. Gral'-m F. Putnam left
Tuesday to jow. Mr. Putnam in Ely,
Mrs Frank P. Swindler and little
daughter have gone to Los Angeles
where they will remain two months
Miss Helen Bittingcr has returned
from Los Angeles, where she' was
Miss Minnie and Miss Lillian Lam
bourne have returned from a month's
visit in Los Angeles.
Mrs. F. W. O'Connor is at home
for a few weeks with Mrs. McCrea.
462 East First South street.
Mrs. F. D. Hobbs and Miss Edith
llobbs arc now at home at 32'Fourth j
The Utopia club met Wednesday
with Mrs. A'. II. Tarbct at her home
HIS FIRST MOVE.
A bashful cowboy, returning from
the plains to civilized society after an
absence of several years, fell desper
ately in love at first sight with a pret
ty young girl whom he met at a
On leaving the house that evening
the young lady forgot her overshoes,
and the hostess, who had noticed the
Westerner's infatuatfon, told the
young Lochinvar that he might re
turn them to the girl if he wished.
The herder leaped at the chance and
presented himself in due time at the
young lady's house. She greeted him
" You forgot your overshoes last
night," he said, awkwardly handing
her the package.
" Why, there's only one overshoe
hercl" she exclaimed, as she thanked
him and opened it.
" Yes, Miss," said he, blushing.
" 1'Jl bring the other one tomorrow.
Oh. how I wish that you were a
centipede 1" And with that he turned
and sped away down the street.
USING HIS FRIENDS.
A visitor from New York to the
suburbs said to his host during the
By-the-way, your front gate needs ,
reparing. It was all I could do to '
get it open. You ought to have it fv
trimmed or greased or something."
"Oh, no," replied the owner 'Oh !
no, that's all right." i
" Why is it?" asked the visitor.
" Because," was the reply, " every '
one who comes through this gate j
pumps two buckets of watei into the t
tank on the roof."
THE MAID KNEW A THING OR
" Madam," said the book-agent as i
the door was opened by a very come
ly maid, " I am selling a new book
on etiquette and deportment."
" Oh, you arc," she responu.d.
" Go down there on the gr' and
clean the mud off your feet."
"Yes'm," and he went. "As 1 was