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H Society was out in full force Mon-
M day evening to witness the opening
, performance of "Marrying Mary" .a
H the Salt Lake theater. Among those
M who entertained parties in the stall'
' were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ncwhousi
m and Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Walker.
M M. E. Lipman left Friday to join
M Mrs. Lipman in Detroit. They will
M leave the children with their grand
M parents and will make a trip to tlv:
M Atlantic coast together, lasting scv-
B cral weeks.
U Miss Josephine Dcvercaux has re-
M turned to Lawrence rillc, Kas., to rc-
M enter school, after spending the holi-
M days here.
H Mr. and Mrs. Percy V. Molson have
M come in from Bingham for the win-
H tcr and will shortly be at home at
H Mrs. Florence K. Woodruff and
H Mrs. Karl A Schcid will leave the
H first of next week for Chicago on a
H short trip.
H Mrs. Graham F. Putnam will be
H the guest for a few weeks of Mr. and
H Mrs. George W. Parks at 1059 First
H The Seekers' Literary club met
H Tuesday afternoon at the home of
H Mrs. Scaton, 356 West Second North
H The tourist section of the Ladies'
H Literary club met Tuesday morning
H at the clubhouse, when travel in Per-
H sia was discussed.
H Mrs. Nora Van Cott will leave some
H time next week for a visit with friend
H in St. Louis.
H Mr. and Mrs, George Havercamp of
H Provo spent Monday in the city vis-
H iting friends.
H Mrs. Fred Fanchcr oi San Fran-
H Cisco is in town for a time visiting
H Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ytiudt.
H Miss Katherine Goebcl is here from
m Spokane, visiting the Misses Pearl
M and Daisy Savage.
M Mrs. Thomas Marioneaux entertain-
M ed her bridge club today at her home
B on E street.
B Joseph Gcoghcgan has gone to Co-
H lorado to join Mrs. Gcoghcgan and
H the children for a short time.
HJ Mrs. Kenneth C. Kerr and her
H: children left Tuesday "evening for
H their jhom'e in Riverside, after a visit
H ofseveraf week'i 'riih "the L Grand
B1 Young family"
Walker Salisbury entertained a
party of friends at the Orphcum 011
Monday night, the performance be
ing followed by a supper at the Salis
bury home later. His guests were
Mr. and Mrs. John Frank Judge, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis McCornick, Miss
Eloise Sadler, the Misses Anna and
Genevieve McCornick, Irvin Arm
strong and Jasper McCaskell.
Two plays arc to be presented this
year for the benefit of the free kin
dergarten. The time set is Monday
evening Feb, 10, and one play, "Two
Can Play at That Game," will be giv
en by Mrs. C. E. Richards, John D.
Spencer and David C. Dunbar. The
c her, "Miss Civilization," by Richard
Harding Davis, will be given by Miss
Jasiminc Young, Mr. Spencer, M. J.
Brines and Ed. Thorne.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Cowan entertained
the members of the Young Matrons'
club and their husbands Wednesday
evening at bridge, the company being
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Badger, Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Foster, Mr. and Mrs.
James V. Sadler, Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Hamill, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott
Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sinclairc.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard R, Romney and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ray.
The Spirit of Liberty chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion, met Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. George Y. Wallace in
Popperton. Mrs. Grant Hampton
and Mrs. Robert C. Gcmmcll had
charge of the program, and Mrs. C
E. Allen gave a historical review of
the chapter since its beginning. Miss
Esther Allen furnished the music.
Mrs. O. J. Salisbury, accompanied
by her son, Walker, and his friend,
Irvin Armstrong, left Tuesday even
ing for the coast. They will go to
Los Angeles first, and from there
make a tour of the southern part of
the state, remaining away several
Members of the official board of the
First Methodist church and their
wives were entertained Tuesday even- "
ing by Dr. and Mrs. Frances B.
Short at an informal evening affair."
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Navlor of Lo
gan are spending a few weeks in town
W. H. Shearman and Miss Edith
Shearman entertained a number of
their friends Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McGurrin and
William Iglchcart left Tuesday. e-en-ing
for the coast.
Mrs. George Mateer' .entertained,
Wednesday 'afternoon 'at an informal'
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Stingley have
moved in from Garfield, and Mr.
tinglcy has gone to Curries, Nov.,
to superintend some mining construc
tion. Mrs. Stingley will be at home
for a short time with her mother,
Mrs. L. Klopcnstinc Bciuis, at .391 D
street, and later she will join Mr.
The young ladies of congregation
B'nai Israel entertained at a leap
year dance Monday evening at tho
Ladies' Literary club building. The
chapcrones were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles J. Frcund, Mr. and Mrs.
David Spitz, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Bochmcr, Mr. and Mrs. Jacov Kahn,
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lehman and Mrs.
Mrs. M. Menard of Butte, Mont.,
who has been the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. W. McCunc,-jr., has re
turned to her home.
Mr. and Mrs, George W, Putnam
entertained at cards Wednesday, fol
lowing the meeting of Mrs. Putnam'
card club in the afternoon.
Dr, and Mrs. G. B.. Pfoutz gave a
ball on Friday evening in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Karl A. Scheid anil
Mrs. Harry David Gue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Fuller will
shortly be at home in the Covey
apartments at 250 West Third South
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Moritz have
gone to California, taking their mot
or car with them, for a tour of the
southern part of the state.
Mrs. E. S. Tyndalc entertained at
cards Wednesday afternoon and on
Saturday at a Kensington at her
Miss Simpson, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Henry La Mottc,
has returned to her home in New
Miss Laura Sherman left Tuesday
evening for Los Angeles, after a visit
here with her sister, Mrs. G. J. Gib
Mrs. John M. Zane will leave short
ly for Los Angeles to visit relative.
for a few weeks.
Mrs. A'shby D. Cleveland enter
tained the Monday Afternoon Bridge
club at her home on Monday.
Mrs. George A. Davis of Chicago,
who hps been visiting her sister, Mrs.
C. S. Zane, for the past few weeks,
left Thursday in company with Mrs.
John M. Zane for L. Angeles.
The history section of the Ladies'
Literary club met Thursday at the
club house. The' 'topics "were pre
sented Mrs! W. R. Hutch'inibh and
Mrs. A. J.'Bft)"ei.
Miss Agatha Berkhoel who hat m
been in New York for some time- ha K
just received the offer of a position B
as soprano soloist in one of the large Bj
churches, and has accepted. Miss M
Berkhoel is still- continuing her li
studies under Madame Garrigue Jt)
The class of 1908 of the university
has issued invitations to the annual '
senior assembly. The dance will be if
' held on Friday evening, Jan. 17, in
the assembly hall of the Museum j
Madame H. Worms and daughter, ,
Alcecc, have returned from a two
weeks' visit in San Francisco. '
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Miss Minnie Kiesel, Mr.s. William I
Van Alcn and a party of friends .came ,
ddwn from Ogdcn Wednesday to wit-
ncss the afternoon performance of
"Marrying Mary." I
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The Cup and Saucer club met Fri- I
day afternoon with Mrs. C. B. On- J
dcrdonk in the Kensington apart- j
Mr. and -Mrs. B. M. White and
child have returned to their home at I
Eagle, Colo., after a two months'
visit with Mrs. White's mother, Mrs.
L. A. Billings.
Dr. and Mrs, George F. Stiehl havo
taken apartments at No. 8 the Brans
fo.nl, and they will shortly -be at
home to their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Porter have
gone to Los Angeles to spend some
time with their daughter, Mrs. Mann.
The Twentieth Century club meets
on Monday next with Mrs. J. J..
Broughall at 887 First avenue.
Mrs". W. L. McLcod will return
Sunday from a visit to' the home of -her
parents in Olathe, Kan.
The New Bridge club met on Tucs- " "j
day with Mrs. Will L. Ellerbeck -.it
118 F street.
The Misjes Linda and Marguerite,' W '-
Jessuj will he-home from Pasadena'
about the middle of the. month.
Jack Sadler returned Tuesday t
Logan, where he will re-enter col-
Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Stiehi, who havr
just returned from Los Angeles, ar.- 1
at the Cullcn hotel.
Mrs. Edward M. Gamett left Fri- if
day for Goldficld, where she will visit j
relatives for a time. j
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Miss Helen Anderson of Salt Like ' 1
is spending some time at the Hotr'
Del Coronado, Coronado Beach. SI