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I ; JESSIE BUSLEY
1 as "Nance Olden" in "In The Bishop's Carriage."
It I WE INVITE YOU
to open an account with this Bank and wc will help you save
money. The amount of your first deposit need not be large. Wc
accept sums in any amount and treat all our patrons alike. If you
have transacted no business with us heretofore, wc should be
. ' z pleased to have you drop in get acquainted feel at home. You
and your business arc always welcome here.
Utah Savings and Trust Company
The Bank that wants your business.
NO. 160 MAIN STREET.
(Soon to move to our new Building No 235 Main Street)
Miss Jcnna-Hudd Gcddcs and Hoop
er C. Dunbar were married Wednes
day evening. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Mr. Perkins, at
the home of the bride's parents. A
reception followed. The bride was
attended by he) bitter, Miss Kath
crinc Geddcs, as maid of honor. Miss
Eloisc Sadler, Miss Genevieve Mc
Cornick, Miss Pearl Van Cott, and
Miss Nora Van Cote were brides
maids. Sidney Hooper acted as best
man. The house was profusely de
corated in pink and white sweet peas
and the bridal party entered through
an aisle of white satin ribbons. The
ushers were Leslie Savage, Charles
Iilyth, Prank Niles and Gus Holmes.
Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar left on the
late train for their home in Los An
geles. Her traveling dress was tan
with hat to match.
Miss Winona Jones and Austin
Park Larrabce were married Wed
nesday evening in St. Mark's cathed
ral, Rev. Mr. Hanson officiating. A
supper followed at the bride's heme
The bride was attended by Miss Win
nie Wingatc as maid of honor. Miss
Bertha Dcwoody of Boise and Miss
Elaine Nelson of Logan were the
bridesmaids. Franklin T. Scott was
the best man. The ushers were Har
ry Sherman and E. B. Ilcislcy. Mr.
Peabody played the "Bridal Chorus"
and Mendelssohn's wedding march
The church was decorated profusc'y
in pink and white asters, smilax and
palms. Mr. and Mrs. Larrabce left
for a trip to the mountains, and will
he at home to their friends after
September 15, in the Harvey flats.
Miss Genevieve Smoot, dough or of
Mr. and Mrs. Wi C. Smoot, and W.
K. Pcttiguc were married Wednes
day evening. The ceremony was per
formed at the home of the brulc's
sister, Mrs. L. E. Iverson. Bishop
Ivcrson officiating. Only the rela
tives and close friends were present
but a large reception followed. Miss
Enid Edmonds was maid of honor
and II. J. PlumhofT was best man.
Miss Edna Edwards played the wed
ding march. Punch was served in the
hall by Miss Bumstram. Mr. and
Mrs. Pcttigue left on the late train
for San Francisco and Los Angeles,
but will return here to make their
Miss Geary entertained thirty guests
Wednesday, in honor of Miss Flor
ence Madison. The decorations were
green and white, the colors for the
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Miss Marjoric Dcy entertained at
a luncheon at her home Wednesday
followed by a party at the Orphauni.
Smilax and pink and white asters de
corated the table. A number of out
of-town friends include Miss Kim
ball of -Ogdcn, Miss Paine of Ogdcn,
Miss Damon of San Francisco, Miss j$
Wright of Illinois and Miss Allen of
this city, and Miss Dcy.
Mrs. Joseph Richards entertain -d
four tables at bridge tea Wednesday
afternoon, in honor of Mrs. Edward
B. Sterling of Portland, Ore. Sun
flowers were used for the decoration .
and Mrs. Richards was assisted bv
Mrs. E. V. Silver and Mrs. T. G
Odcll. Prizes were won by Mrs.
Roberts, Mrs. Donncll, Mrs. Shcpard
and Miss Ilowat. r
Mrs. J. A. Reeves entertained at the
Orpheum Wednesday, fallowed by
a luncheon, in honor of Mrs. J. C.
llanchett, who has just returned here
to live, and Mrs. Elizabeth Crawfo.d
Ivulluk, who is visiting here front
San Antonio, Tex.
Mfs. Glun Miller entertained ;it
bridge Wednesday, in honor of her
sister, Mr. II. H, Hcrringer and her
cousin, Mrs. Clarence White. Dc-o-ratious
were in nasturtiums. Mrs.
Frank Johnson won the prize.
Miss Virginia A. Bush of the Eng
lish department of the high school
and Miss Leah Bush, who are spend
ing the summer on a camping trip
through the Strawberry valley, will
return the latter part of the week.
Miss Tilly Thomas entertained av
a kitchen shower Wednesday evening,
in honor of Miss Pearl Branch, who
is to be married September 5. The
decorations were pink and green.
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Walker and
family and Miss Hague have gone for
a trip to Yellowstone park.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lachmund and
Mrs. Sibston arc now at home to
their friends at 9 Emery Hats.
Miss Dorothy Bailey has returned
from spending the summer with re- p
latives in San Francisco.
Mrs. A. II. Little is home from
Mrs. Elmer Smith and Mrs. A. G.
Busby have returned from visiting
Mrs. Little at Mountain Dell.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wi. Armstrong
arc at home to their friends at 53
Miss Ella Dukes is home after
spending the summer in California.
M. J. Brines has returned from a
trip in Idaho,