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title: 'Truth. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1901-1908, August 24, 1907, Page 4, Image 4',
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I in me social Realm
. Miss Amy and Miss Isabel Os-
' bourne gave an informal musical
I ' Monday afternoon in honor of Miss
p- Katherinc Thorp and Miss Winona
Jones, two of the season's brides
f ' ' Supper was served at which the bridal
parities occupied the scats of honor.
The decorations were red and white
i j The place cards were decorated with
. Mr. and Mrs. P. VV. Madsen have
if issued a large number of invitations
I for the wedding reception of their
u daughter, Miss Florence Madsen, and
I j Oliver R. Meredith, Jr. The mar-
I riage will be September 4, at the home
I 1 615 East First South street.
I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Savage en-
I tertained at dinner at the Alta club
I Monday night in honor of Miss Jen-
t na-Budd Geddes and Hooper C. Dun-
bar, whose marriage took place Wed-
I . nesday.
i I Invitations for a bride party have
R been issued by Mrs. Joseph Richards.
& The party is to be given at her home
Sff on East First South street, in honor
T-. of Mrs. Edward B. Sterling of Port-
F Mrs. Helen V. Kimball and her
I niece, Miss Rita Jackman, have left
n for New York, and from there will
R sail for Berlin and Vienna, where
H Miss Jackman will pursue her musi-
, cal studies.
Miss Enid Edmonds gave a china
shower Monday evening in honor of
Miss Genevieve Smoot. There were
about twenty, present, and a most en
joyable time was spent.
Mrs. D, C. Roberts and Mrs. L. L.
i Terry chaperoned a large party ot
the younger set for a few days' visit
in Brighton. They returned Mon
A number of entertainments have
been arranged for Miss Florence
Maddison, one of the September
brides. She is being entertained fre
quently by friends.
j The marriage of Miss Esther Na-
than to David I. Turk of Pocatello
will take place September 1, in this
I Mrs. Frank P. Swindler and chil
dren have returned from a two
months' visit in Los Angeles and
i- Santa Barbara.
r " Mr. and Mrs. George C. Lambert
1 left Monday for a three months' tour
of Europe. They will be joined later
by their son Lester.
Mrs. and Mrs. Robert S. Connct
and his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ton
ncr, have gone for a month's trip in
. M'r. and Mrs. David R. Gray will
be at home at the Wilson hotel until
the completion of their new home
69 S street.
M'r. and Mrs. George Walker md
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chamberlain
have returned from two weeks on
Mrs. Charlotte Silver is home after
a short visit in American Fork,
where she was the guest of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chadwick.
Mrs. Wt F. Adams has for her
guests Miss Josephine Kimball oi
Ogden, Miss Wright of Nebraska
and her sister, Miss Damon.
Dr. and Mrs. Ebaugh and Miss
Bessie Critzcr have returned from a
two weeks' camping trip at Holladay
Mrs. Carl Grovcr Brown of San
Francisco, formerly Miss Susan Saw
yer, daughter of the late Judge A.
B. Sawyer, is in the city.
The Sewing club met Tuesday af
.tcmoon with Mrs. John C. Daly at
her home on F street.
Mizpah Chapter, O. E. S., gave a
lake party Thursday afternoon and
Mrs. P. S. Keogh entertained a
party of young persons Wednesday
afternoon at her home on E street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherwood are
entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Georgi
Bliss of Ann Arbor.
M'rs. C. E. Tolhurst and daughter,
Anna, have returned home from' a six
weeks' trip to Los Angeles.
Miss Merl Miller will leave the ear
ly part of September for California,
where she will spend the winter.
Miss Jean Odcll is visising in Brigh
ton, after spending several weeks in
Mrs. S. D. Chase and daughter have
returned from a trip through Indian
Territory and Arkansas.
Mrs. C. H. Valentine and Miss Ha
zel Bowman have returned from a
ten days' outing at Wasatch.
Miss Ivy Snyder gave a lake party
Monday evening. Among the guest?
were the Misses Olive and Carol
Shepherd, Nellie and May Bowman,
Julia and Jennie Walker, Eva John
son, Gene Thiriot and Jennie Smith
Messrs. George Wall, H. Humphrey,
Roy Dorius, Charles McCarthy, Sam
Raddon, Blaine Bowman, Earl Par
doe, Robert KcndricK, Drake, Karl
Morgan, John Yogt, Fred Bcckncr.
The party was chaperoned by Mr
and Mrs. W. F. Snyder and Mrs
Miss Zola McCoy and Lansing M.
Foote were married Tuesday evening
at the residence of the bride's parents,
the Rev. Benjamin Young officiating
Miss Lena Rives was maid of honor
and Donald Foote of Evanston, Wyo
was the best man. A reception from
9 until 10:30 followed the ceremony,
at which a large number of friends
were present. Mr. and Mrs. .Foote
left on a late train for a two weeks'
trip in the east, after which they will
return to make their home in Evans
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur James Love
announce the engagement of Mieir
daughter Lita and J. Ray Carson, the
wedding to take place in the near fut
ure. The Misses Pearl and Nora Van
Cott entertained Tuesday evening for
the young ladies of the Geddes-Dun-bar
bridal party and a few intimate
friends of the bride. Hooper Dun
bar gave a stag party to the men.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cosgriff enter
taincd at dinner Tuesday evening in
honor of Mrs. Cosgriff's sister, Miss
Stuart of Burlington, Vt., who is vis
iting at their home.
Mrs. C. B. Onderdonk entertained
at bridge Wednesday afternoon at her
'apartments in the Kensington for
Mrs. James Stevenson, who is visit
ing Mrs. Elbridge Thomas.
Miss Marjoric Dey gave a lunch
con Wednesday, followed by a mat
inee party at the Orpheum. Her
guests were Miss Emma Ruth Paine
of Ogden, Miss Wright of Illinois,
Miss Damon of San Francisco,. Miss
Kimball and Miss Elizabeth Allen.
Miss Leila Sjodahl gave a 500 par
ty of six tables in honor of Miss Flor
ence Madsen on Tuesday afternoon.
Prizes were won by Miss Carrie Pat
rick and Miss Irene Hunter. The
decorations were in red and white,
with hearts and cupids mingled with
the flowers, and the score cards were
little red hearts pierced with tiny gilt
Mrs. Joseph Richards gave a bridge
party Wednesday for Mrs. Edward
Sterling of Portland, Ore., who is
visiting in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. MUntyrc and
daughters, the Misses Elizabeth, Ma- j
rian and Margaret Mclntyre, are
home from an extended tour through
Mrs. Charles E. Richards leaves "
today for a visit in Colorado Springs.
Her mother, Mrs. Home, will ac
company her home and spend the
winter in Salt Lake.
Mrs. II. C. Brownlec and son Wal
ker will soon go to Boulder, Colo.,
to spend the winter with Mrs. Brown
The Sewing club met Tuesday with
Mrs. John C. Daly at her home on F fl
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Read have
gone to Idaho for a two weeks' fish- !
Kenneth Mclntyre is home from a
week's visit at the Howard cottage ;
Miss Freddie Du Chene has return
ed from a trip to her old home in
Miss Edih Maguire gave a studio
tea to a few intimate friends on Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Read have
gone to Idaho for a two weeks' camp
ing and fishing trip.
Miss Freddie Duchcsncjias return
ed from a trip to Minneapolis, Minn.,
her old home.
Mrs. Arns has been visiting Mrs, I
Elmer Darling at Brighton for a few I
. . .
Frank Pierce and son, Warren have
gone to Seattle for a few weeks' stay.
Frank and Fred Davis are here j
from Tonopah for a few days. j
ft ft w
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Sawyer of
Hailey, Idaho, arc in the city. f'
. . .
Mrs. P. S. Keogh entertained at tea
Wednesday for a few intimate friends.
John Q. Critchlow and A. B. Irviu. '
have gone to 'California for a trip.
Mrs. Sam Porter entertained at
dinner Tuesday 'evening. '
SEPTEMBER EXCURSION EAST. . '
VIA the Colorado Midland, greatl
reduced rates, September 4th and Stl.
Ticket Office, 77 W. 2nd South. Tfl.
L. H. HARDING, 1