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I ' SCENE FROM THE "GIRL WHO HAS EVERYTHING."
I j SOCIAL.
H Miss Mary Esselman and John H.
H Smith were married at the home of
I Mrs. James McDonald, the bride's
L bister, on Wednesday. Bishop Rom-
M ' ney performed the ceremony, and the
M bride was attended by Miss May
H Smith, while II. J. Esselman was the
M best man. An informal reception fol-
B lowed. The bride wore a gown of
B white net over taffeta, and carried
(a shower of bride's roses. Miss
Smith's gown was of pink and she
, carried bridesmaid's roses. Mr. and
H Mrs. Smith will be at home after
I - January IS, at 2019 Thirteenth East
Mrs. Alber S. Bower was the host
I J ess Wednesday afternoon at a bridge
H'j tea. Eight tables were played, and
I h prizes were won by Mrs. W. M. Ferry,
I Mrs. Edward J. Roberts, Mrs. J. J.
Broughall, Mrs. W. P. Kiser, Mrs.
J S. D. Evans, Mrs. T. C. Gibson, Mrs.
Hi C. C. Crismon, Mrs. H. H. Lawson.
k At the tea which followed, Mrs. James
B- E. Jennings poured coffee and was
Vj assisted by Mrs. T. G. Griffin, Mrs
V(j ' William M McCrea, Mrs. John C.
I Daly and Mrs. J. H. Richards.
H I Harold and Stella Fabian are here,
Hi j the one from Yale and the other
H'j from a school in the east, to spend
H the holidays with their parents, Mr.
I and Mrs. Ferdinand J, Fabian, Mr.
I 1 George Tinman of Chicaco will alio
I . ' be liere sbprtly fo spend Christmas
I " with the Fabians.
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The marriage of Miss Eleanor Jen
son, daughter of Andrew Jcnson, and
George Reynolds took place Wednes
day afternoon in the Salt Lake tem
pi, the ceremony being performed by
President Joseph F. Smith. A re
ception was given in the evening at
the home of the bride's brother, Par
ley P. Jcnson, 79 Alameda avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds will be at
home after January 15, at 815 Fourth
The marriage of Miss Nell Sutton
and Earl Dunshcc too place Wednes
day afternoon, Rev. P. A. Simpkin of
ficiating, and a reception at the home
of the groom's mother was given in
the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dunshee
left on the midnight train for the
coast, where they will spend the next
four months, later returning to make
their home in Salt Lake.
Miss Lizzie Watson and Mr. Wil
liam L. Adams, well known young
people from the south were married
in the Salt Lake temple on Wednes
day and have gone away on their
honeymoon. They will reside in Par
owan where Mr. Adams is in business
Miss Pauline Schlettlcr, daughter
of Mrs. Elizabeth and the late B. H.
Schcttler, and C. W. Yard were mar
ried on Wednesday at Ogden. They
left mmediately after for Denver,
v hey will spend a month. Lat
er they will be at home in Ogden.
.j..s. H. L. Charles entertained at
bridge Thursday afternoon,
Mrs1. Henry La Mottc entertained
a few friends Wednesday afternoon
at an informal tea to meet her sis
ter, Miss Simpson, who is visiting her.
The hostess was assisted by Mrs.
Russel L. Tracy and Mrs. Union Wor
thington, who poured tea in the din
The Daughters of the Utah Pio
neers held the last meeting of their
scries before the new year opens on
Wednesday afternoon jat the Lion
House, when Joseph Smith, Jr., was
the speaker, addressing them on gene
alogy. Miss Helen Bittinger is home from
Los Angeles to spend the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
R. Bittinger, at the Bransford.
Mr. and Mrs. McCleery of London
have been guests at the Newhouse
home on their way home from the
Miss Josephine Devcreaux arrived
Wednesday evening from Lawrence,
Kan., to spend Christmas at home.
Miss English of Rowland Hall left
Thursday to spend the holidays with
friends in California.
The marriage of Miss Margaret
Brimm and William B. Albertson took
place Thursday evening.
The marriage of Mrs. Stella Hoop
er and Morris Block of St. Louis
took plt Thursday.
Mis. James H. Davis pf Si. Louis I
is visiting with hr aunt, Mrs. "John I
The Bridge club met Thursday I
noon with Mrs. William Ray.
SPORTING ITEMS. '
In the final of the fancy skating
tournament at the Princess rink last
week, Mr. Craddock and Miss Cath
erine Hyman took first place after
a very close fight with Miss Kate
Stewart and Mr. Jackson. The judg
es were undecided in the matter and I
left the decision to the applause of ;
the spectators. '
The grand western handicap, the "
annual trap shooting contest for west
erners and shooters of the middle '
states, will be held in Denver next
August. Cash prizes amounting to I
$20,000 will be distributed to the win-
ners in the different events. There
will be a six days' session.
President Isaac Sharpless of Haver- L
ford college, the old Quaker institu-
tion of learning, declared in an ad- Ij
dress delivered recently that in the If-
last twenty-five years college morals
have improved as the result of the l,
development of athletics. '1
A six-day walking match, which j
contestants entered from various parts '
of the country, is to be held in Con
vention hall, Kansas City, commenc
ing Monday night, January 27.
Up at the University the girls have
the basket ball fever, and have it bad.
It is proposed to organize an inter
class league to play a series of games
soon after Christmas. Just think of
the life-long friendships that will be
smashed all to flinders as soon as
that league is formed.
Farmer Burns, the Iowa wrestler,
defeated Mike Dwycr of Denver in
two straight falls at Omaha Tuesday
night. The first went thirty-four
minutes and the second eight and a
half minutes, When Dwycr went
down in the last fall he fell on his
open right hand, so seriously injuring
his wrist that he will be forced to
give up wrestling for some time. l)
Manager Wood of the Lagoon Ath
letic club has called off the Mantcll
Smith twenty-round boxing contest
scheduled for New Year's day at La
goon and instead Miercof has signed
up "Rube" Smith of Denver and
Charles Williams of Rock Springs,
The American committee of the
Olympio games, which are to be held
in London, next July, has decided on ,
June 6, as the day for the try-outs of
those who desire to become members
of the American team. There will be
two try-outs, one in the East and the
other in the West. From the showing
made in -these meets, the team -will