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I ' fc 4 TRUTH
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I in the social Realm
t Dr. and Mrs. John F. Critchlow arc
-.'t home at the; Miller flats.
H i Mrs. Dana Smith entertained the
H Bridge club at her home Tuesday
H The next game in the bridge tour-
H nament will be played next Tuesday
M at the home of Mrs. J. P. M'cgcath.
B Mrs. Richard Oglcsby entertained
H the Sewing club at her home Fridiy
H The Card club meets on Monday
H evening December 16, with Mr. and
H Mrs. William M. McCrca.
H Dr. and Mrs. Robert Roy Hampton
H will be at home hereafter at 715
H Third avenue.
H Mrs. T. C. Bailey and Miss Edna
Bailey have resumed their Tuesdays
R at home for the winter.
H Mr. and' Mrs. E. O. Lee have moved
B and arc now at home at 963 East
H South Temple street.
H Miss Leo Trent will shortly be at
Hj home with Miss Pollock at No. 6
M Kensington apartments.
H Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps Hol-
H man returned Monday evening from
H, the cast after a tour of Europe.
j Mrs. L. L. Archer entertained the
Hil Twentieth Century club Tuesday af-
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M i Frederick Lyon is in town for a
M 1 stay of a few days at the University
Miss Lena Wclby left Tuesday for
I Denver, where she will spend the
holiday season with her parents.
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M The Wasatch Literary circle met
M Tuesday afternoon at the Gttnton Mc-
M mortal chapel.
M 'Mrs. Charles Read entertained the
M Bridge club Tuesday afternoon at
I her home on O street.
Mrs. George C. Moore entertained
H Wednesday afternoon at a small
H I bridge affair.
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M ' Shcrmon Armstrong, the son of
H j Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Armstron, will
M I be home shortly to spend the holi-
M j days.
H j Mrs. A. E. Kimball and -her little
H ' daughter Darlene left Monday for the
M east- to .be- away over the Christmas
Harry I Mantz of Nebraska will be
here the first of next week to spend
ome time with Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Sni'cdlcy. Mr. Mantz is a brother of
Miss Arista K. Swan of Santa Cruz
accomifanQcd by her brother, Guy
Swan, arrived in the city Tuesday
evening and will spend some timt
Mr. and Mrs. George Rathman and
Mrs. Singiser arc now at home at
539 Third avenue, they having arrived
Saturday evening from Sioux City,
The Bridge club met Tuesday af
ternoon with Mrs. Dana T. Smith at
her home in the Kinsington apart
Mrs. William Prackwingel has gone
to her former home, Denver, to visit
her daughter, now Mrs. Harry Austin
Trcnholm, formerly Miss Eleanor
White of Denver.
Mrs. J. M. Bidwell and her mother,
Mrs. M. S. Woodward, have taken a
house in London for the season,
where they arc near Captain and Mrs.
S. A. Cloman and Miss Woodward.
Miss Hazel Taylor, who went east
to spend the winter in study, has re
turned to be with her father, George
Taylor of Provo, whose home has re
cently been bereaved by death.
Mrs. II. N. Mayo entertained Tues
day at a luncheon at the University
club in honor of the birthday of Mrs.
John N. Sharp. Bridge followed the
luncheon, and Mrs. Clarence War
nock was the victor, winning a prize.
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Word comes from Riverside of the
continued improvement in the condi
tion of little Katherine Young, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Young
who has had diphtheria. Mrs. Kerr
expects to leave within -a week to
come here for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Child will
leave next Tuesday for the City of
Mexico, whence they will go to Ha
vana and thence to New York and
Boston. They will be away till about
the middle of February, visiting
friends in the cast after tlicir trip.
The marriage of Mrs. Helen Gal
laher to John K. Graff of -Evanston,
Wyo., took place at Ogdcn. Mrs. B.
Parsons of 732 South First West gave
a large Thanksgiving dinner in their
honor.- The newly wedded couple
will make their home in Evanston,
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Will Castleton has returned to Ber
keley, after spending Thanksgiving
with relatives here.
Mrs. Robert Glcndinning, who has
been visiting friends at El Paso, has
returned to her home at Colonia Daiz,
Mr. Fernald of Elkhart, Ind., spent
Tuesday here with his sister-in-law,
Mrs. W. E. Lake. Mr. Fernald is on
his way home from California.
MY. and Mrs. Vaughn Paul of Ari
zona will be here about December 10,
to stay until after the holidays with
Mr and Mrs. A. Fred Wey.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Leonard and
their little daughter left Monday for
Shreveport, La., to spend the holi
Mrs. George C. Moore entertained
four tables of bridge at her apart
menth in the Bransford, Tuesday af
ternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. F.
J. Fabian, Mrs. William McCornick.
Mrs Ml H. Kricbel, and Miss Ratn
ruff. The rooms were decorated with
Mrs. Arthur C. White entertained
in honor of Mrs. Frank Fuller of New
York, who is at the Cullen for the
winter, with a matinee party, Wed
nesday afternoon, to sec Florence
Roberts, at the Salt Lake Theatre.
The guests -were Mrs. Frank Fuller,
Mrs. John L. Broughall, Mrs. Marti).
Roylc King and Mrs. Richard Aley, -...
Miss Agnes M. Coalter and Joseph
M. Golightly were married at noon
Tuesda" at the Temple. A reception
follow in the evening at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Golightly will be at home to their
friends after December 15, at 868
Miss Beth Dunbar is here from Los
Angeles visiting the Van Cott family.
Mrs. Kathsrinc Belcher will leave
about the middle of the month for a
short visit at Los Angeles. She will
be accompanied by Miss Mary Stark,
who will spend the winter there.
About twenty-five friends of Mr.
and Mrs, Fred Bartcls. surprised them
Tuesday evening, when they returned
from their wedding trip. The even
ing was spent in games and music.
Cards have been received by their
Salt Lake friends annoincing the
marriage of Miss Clara Cabell, for
merly of this city, to Mayo Cabell of
Virginia. The wedding took place in
Norwood, Va., where the parents of
the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Richard H.
Cabell, have made their home for
the past few years, on Tuesday, Nov.
26. Mn and Mrs. Cabell will make
their home at Big Stone Gap, Va.
Miss Elizabeth Mclntyrc and Ar
thur G. Hertzler of Lancaster, Pa., r,
were married Wednesday. The cere- A
mony was performed by Dean Brew- fv
ster at St. Mark's church, in -thq pres
ence of about seventy-five relatives
and friends. The bride was attended
by Miss Mary Moore, who wore gray
chiffon velvet with black hat. John
W. Hertzler, a brother of the bride
groom, acted as best man. The bride
entered on the arm of her father.
Mr. Peabody, the organist, played the
wedding march from "Lohengrin,"
and during the ceremony the "The
Evening Star," followed by Mendels
sohn's wedding march. Following
the ceremony a wedding breakfast
was served at he home of the bride.
Only the bridal party and immediate
family were present. At noon Mr.
and Mrs. Hertzler left for an extend
ed trip in the East -and South. After
January 15, they will be at home to .
their friends at Lancaster, Pa.-