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I in the social Realm
H,t , Mr. and Mrs. I. Glasicr and the.r
H) daughter have gone to Los Angeles.
Hi i Mrs. Lafayette Ilanchctt cntertain-
H ed Wednesday at a bridge tea at her
H liomc on Third avenue.
H j Mrs. W. S. McCornick entertained
I j at a luncheon, followed by bridge, on
Hj ,( Friday afternoon of this week.
' j, Mrs. A. W. McCunc, Jr., cntcr
H taincd a few friends Thursday at a
H ' luncheon at her home.
H. The College club met Thursday
Hi afternoon with Miss Paden at the
H Collegiate institute.
Hf Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hemphill cx-
H pect to leave before March i, to make
H their home in Omaha.
H- J. A. Grccncwald has returned
Hr from a trip to Chicago and other
H eastern cities.
Mrs. William Brown entertained at
H1 bridge Friday at her apartments in
H J the Bransford.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Miller left
H Tuesday evening for the City of
M Mexico, to be away some time.
H Mrs. J. C. Hanchctt entertained
H the members of the old Third Street
H Card club Tuesday, at her home.
H The Monday Afternoon Bridge
club met Monday with Mrs. C. E.
H Mrs. M. H. Walker has gone to
H Riverside, where Mr. Walker will'
M join her within a week or so, to
M spend the spring months.
H W. P. Noble and his daughters,
H Mrs. Robert Gould Smith and Miss
H Noble, have gone to Los Angeles for
M a short time.
H Mr. and Mrs. A. Fred Hale are
M back after an absence of several
H months in Denver and later in Mon-
H Mrs. Karl A. Schied is home after
H a short trip to Chicago. Her sister,
H Mrs. Woodruff, will not return for a
B few weeks longer.
M Lieutenant Upham has arrived at
H Fort Douglas, and Mrs. Upham will
H be here from Los Angeles within a
M few days.
H Mrs. W. J. Thomas will leave about
H 'the middle of the month for a
H month's stay in Los Angeles and the
fl beaches. A
Mrs. Walter George Tuttle left
Wednesday for Los Angeles, joining
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop,
on their way for Grand Rapids.
Mrs. James E. Jennings entertain
ed Thursday at a bridge tea for Miss
Pauline Terry, who is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Terry.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Howard are
moving into their new home on
Brighami street, and will shortly be
at home there to their friends.
Charles C. Wilson announces the
engagement of his daughter, Irene,
to S. II. McMurrin, the marriage to
take place in the near future.
"The tourist section of the Ladies'
Literary club met Monday morning
at the club house, and Mrs. Allen T.
Sanford will have charge of the pro
gram. Mrs. George P. Holman entertain
ed a dozen of her friends Tuesday at
a luncheon, followed by bridge. The
long table was briught with yellow
daffodils in low beds, and in the par
lors American Beauties were used
The Los Angeles Times of recent
date contains a picture of Mrs. Scth
A. Langton, with the announcement
of the marriage of Miss Estclle
Evans to Seth A. Langton of Logan.
Mr. Langton is well known here.
After a wedding trip the couple will
make their home at Logan.
A party of the younger girls gave
a dance Friday evening at the Mc
Millan home, the hostesses being the
Misses Aileen McMillan, Norrine
Thompson, Marjoric Jacobs, Marga
ret Waldcn, Lucile Clark, Josephine
Weil, Gladys McConaughy and Dor
The Governor's club gave its sec
ond dance of the season Friday even
ing at. the Odeon hall. The decora
tions will be carried out in the col
ors of the club, green and gold, and
many electrical effects will be pro
duced. During the evening the mem
bers of the club will receive in their
clubrooms, which arc on the ground
floor of the building.
The marriage of Miss Irene Wil
son and S. II. McMurrin took place
at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon at the
home of the groom, 22 East Sixth
South, Joseph W. McMurrin, father
of the groom, officiating. The bride
was attired in a handsome traveling
suit and the couple left immediately
for a wedding trip.
Mrs. Henry P. Henderson returned
Monday morning from a stay of
several months in Los Angeles and
vicinity, visiting friends.
The Wasatch Literary circle met
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Dun
ran and Mrs. Ulmcr at the Gunton
Invitations arc out for the third
annual luncheon of the Spirit of
Liberty chapter. Daughters of the
American Revolution, to be given
Saturday, February 22, at the Knuts
ford. The committee having the af
fair in charge consists of Mrs. L C.
Miller and Mrs. Henry LaMottc.
Chaplain John T. Axton, of the
Eighteenth infantry, left Monday fof
San Francisco. He was to sail Wed
nesday on the transport Buford for
the Philippines. Upon the comple
tion of his tour of duty in the islands
the chaplain will return via Giina,
India and the holy land.
Mrs. Kenneth C. Kerr entertained
at a tea Saturday afternoon at her
home in Riverside, Cal., for Mrs. F.
E. McGurrin and Mrs. Adolph Baer,
who have been staying at Riverside.
Mrs. McGurrin will go today to Cor
onado Beach, where she will visit
with Mrs. R. H. Officer for a short
time, and later she will visit friends
in Los Angeles and also in San Fran
cisco on her way home.
Mrs. James C. Dick entertained
Monday afternoon at bridge tea for
a score or more of her friends. Five
tables were played and prizes won
by Mrs. D. C. Roberts, Mrs. W. D.
Donoher, Mrs. Fred Dcm, Mrs. Ash
by D. Cleveland and Miss McCor
nick. At the tea following Mrs. Dick
was assisted by Mrs. Dctq. MVis.
Robert J. Glendinning and Miss Jas
The officers of the Fifteenth have
decided to reopen their regimental
club, which has not been in evidence
since the regiment sailed from the
islands last November. A prelimi
nary meeting was held Wednesday
and a board of directors, comprising
Colonel Walter Scott, the adjutant;
Major Arrasmith and Captains Cav
anaugh and McCaskey and Lieuten
ant Sampson, was elected. It is the
purpose to open up club rooms in the
bachelors' quarters within a few days.
Mrs. George Keyscr entertained at
a beautifully arranged luncheon for
Mrs. David Taylor, who is a bride of
the season. Pale pink was the color
used, and the guests were mostly the
young friends of the hostess and the
bride. Covers were laid for Mrs.
Louis S. Catcs, Miss Margaret Mil
ler, Miss Louise Sullivan, Miss Lcla
Stingley, Miss Loreen Lcary, Miss
Aileen Maclean, Miss lone Morrison,
Miss' Gertrude Hanson, Miss Ednn
Bailey and Miss Bess McMillan.
Only one large event absorbed the I
attention of local society Monday I
evening, and that was the "Tom I
Show." The house was filled with a I
fashionably-dressed audience, and the Wi
stalls held parties 3 well. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph S. I'eiry had one stall
with their friends, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph E. Iloag and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hollingsworth as guests.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dooly enter
tained a party in another stall, while
Frank Knox, gave a stag party In
The Junior Propcnadc at the uni
versity is set for the evening of Fri- .
day, February 14. This event, which
surpasses all other social functions
at the university, is given annually
by the Junior class, and the present
Juniors arc planning to give the best
dance ever given at the school. The
decorations will be carried out along
the lines of Valentines and all the so
cieties of the school w'll have booths.
The Juniors have been preparing the
decorations for some time and they
will begin to put them up the lat
ler part of this week. The prom will
be held in the gymnasium.
Society was well represented .at
the Symphony concert Sunday even
ing, the entire body of the house,
showing parties large and small made
up to attend the concert. Governor
and Mrs. John C. Cutler, with Dr.
and Mrs. A. S. Bower, occupied one
box, while Mr. and Mrs.' W. M. Fer
ry entertained Mrs. Charles Rey
nolds, Mrs. Ernest Bamberger and
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ferry in another.
On the other side of the house F.
C. Schramm had a party composed
of Mrs. James Wells, Mrs. June Sad
ler Donncll, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Cunningham and J. S. Critchlow
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Howard had a
party in an adjoining box.
The Woman's Republican club held
an enthusiastic and well attended
meeting Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. U. Eldredge, Jr., 627
South Second East street. It was
an open meeting, no regular pro- .
gram being prepared. The members T
spent the time discussing different
plans toward the future improve
ment of the club. Several new mem
bers were admitted. It was decided
to give a Valentine card party on the
evening of February 14 at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Eldredge. The
next regular meeting will be with
the president, Mrs. D. C. Eichnor,
52; East Fifth South street.
In San Francisco it appears to be ij
110 crime for a political boss to ex
tort money from French restaurant
keepers and "divy up" with the May
or, On the West Coast, robbing ft
Frenchman seems to 'ic regarded as 0
almost as meritorious an action as
clubing a Jap.
clubbing a Jap.