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J SECOND SECTION i OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1920.
I HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY I
1 Wedding Pretty
- Svent of uly
Miss Martina Shields Bride's
y ' Maid and Robert T. Green-
well Best Man
Not content with one mon'h of
weddings. Dan Cupid carried a num
bcr of nuptial affairs over Into the
month of July, the most popular of
which v.ts the wedding of Misa Bcasle
HH Miles to Uwrenco Howard Swanner
IN The wedding cook place it the
home or k. i and Mr John Edward
H Carver last Wednesday afternoon and
"v nras one ol the i rosl quh and atti -
, tlve jervicea "f the week. The brio
iWlkll was attired in a baronet satin BDOrt
iMSffm uil and carried a bouquet of bride a
7 111 roses She was attended by Misa -dar-
vMSim tma Shields, v.no waa dressed irr sai-
laifj mon pink crepe de chine. Robert I
lVul Greenwell was b. si man Immediate-!
iv following the wedding ceromoni
fl the party motored to Ball i
tgVpU wedding breakfast was served at tne i
PfWB-C- J- n.ms house hotel The couple will
iW ' make their Hon,.- in .-! I wH
JiJ bi at their home, 2224 Ulams avfhue,
S r iIm-:: friends I ei J 1 ' 15
Jr Mrs Swanner is one ol the most
f popular Kirls in the tj set ol
oKdon. Bhe is the daughter of Mrs.
H. H. Mark of 2824 Adams avenue. I
4 Mr. Swanner is al.-o well and favor- 1
m ably Known in gden. having served
f In "the Three Hundred and SJCty-sep-
, I end Infantry and saw service In man)
fronts in France. ha vim; received .
$, m wounds while in service
Mrg yorence G Nebeker ;.nu
small son Horace. Jr . arc spending
the summer at Logan
! cH Mrs. Charles L Keller is a gue.it
lH at the home of her sister, Mrs." Jo-
$tH seph L. Whitaker. Mrs. Keller's 1
I'n'MW home is in Kalispell. Mont
H Mr. and Mrs. V, . 1). Llttlefield, Jr..
rlmllB spent the past week at the ranch of
i'Hafwr Mrs Uttlefleld's brotlier, Claude B j
jSlly Stewart, in Blaokfoot, ldr
K Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McCune of
l-'flft V Brooklyn. New York are visiting .n
f; ofmi: Ogden. Mr. McCune expects to re-
B. turn to New York in aboul ten
t fclfcfi or lwo weeks While his wile will
Hfj spend the summer v.. "Its og.lcn
j Mr. nnd Mrs Philip Warnn -
WM cille Arlerburn and Miss Wilda hi
llsB iterburn for the past week The
kk&jyjjfi young women are en route from lh ir
fffrK winter home in California to Lfncoln.
MP Neb, where they will join their pai
MBrjMlj ents and pass ihe remainder of the
TajjlSf j summer. They have been the com-
fr!r-$ jpllmented guests r.t several pretty
ll'fllf 'affairs during their stay in Ogden.
J1 Mr and Mra- Jack Eccles whose
ft filial j marriage took place June 22. were
l ' fjpf Ogden guests last week They left,
y Kff " I Sunday for Baker City. Oregon, where
fj h I they will make iheir home. The eou
! ;t ;ple was mamed in California. Mrs.
p I Eccles was formerly Miss Eileen
Doone of Ogden
"' Starting at 5 o'clock ir the morn- !
b3RR ing. eight young women of Ogden
tik&MiflH j enjoyed a hike lo Waterfall canyon
Hl last Monday The girls hiked from
'!.,:. 1 e ! !
IHH Ithe canyon and after resting a few
BBlB minutes continued their hike up the '
NH canyon. After a suitable camping .
ifilB place was reached they played cards
B for a couple of hours'. Luncheon was
MHHfi served. A few members of the party
nH completed the hike (o the falls in the
hVH canyon The party returned to Og-
j IHb den about 0 o'clock and Included
JSCS the following Misses Delects Mo?nch ;
Daisy Coddling. Helen Stauffer, Ar-
eH Ilia Hansen, Grace Button. Sarah
Holmes, and Vlnnette Parry.
EHh Mrs. John Fnrr has returned home j
BBR from a visit In California. Mrs. Farr 1
S?K8 was absent four months and during
ESfffcnal er Bay she sav many points of in-
StpTB terest, and also visited with her
ByjB daughter. Mr.s. Frank A. Moss of
Inl Long Beach.
Mrs. George E ilkinson of Knn
BV 8as City, Mo , visiting in Ogden aa
aBrljl H Suest of her pare-Ji's Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Farr, Mrs Wilkinson ex
pects ot remain in Ogden about two
Miss Grace Garfield of Tremonton.
Utah, and Jacob Dodge of Ogden,
2 j wero Brigham guests last Tuesday.
Miss Emma Kauffman, Miss Liiii-
Kaulfmann, Miss Josephine Howell,
nnd Mis.; j)ielp Wilkinson have re-
turned lo their home in Salt Lake
.after spending a week at the Hermit-
, age hotel in Ogden canyon.
Mr, and Mrs. (J L. Becker and
daughters, Katherine and Helen,
have left for their summer home in
rBiH Ogden canyon. ,
Mrs. W D. Llttlefield and daughter
MiSB EHva D, Llttlefield are visiting
relatives in Portland and Dee, Ore
gon. Miss Llttlefield will spend
three week, of her vacation in Ore
gon while Mrs Llttlefield will visit
there for ihe einainder of the sum
mei While they are isiting In Dee,
Oregon, (hey will be the guests of
J Walker West and Family.
lln. . N''-' Hubert n Hodge lefl Tuesdaj
afiernoon tor California to visit her
parents, Mr and Mrs W illiam Irvine,
Who are Impending the summer at one
of California's popular beaches,
A group of the young women who are pupils of Squire Coop and who appeared in a musical recital at the Berthana'
hall last Tuesday afternoon. The young women in the group are Lou Jean McKay, Dorothy Long, Marva McBride. j
Doris Tribe, Vera De Lamater, Frances O'Neill, Ruth Scowcroft and Dorothy Prout.
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Mrs. Lai Howard Swanner, formerly Miss Be0!;
Miles, whose vedding took plice b.st Wednesday at the
home of the Reverend andfMrs. John Edward Carver. The
two will be at home to their friends after July 1 5.
Mr ;md Mrs. I). W. Eccles left
'Sunday lor a visit in San Diego, for
' a few weeks.
Miss Zelta Ballinger has returned
to Logan, where she had been taking
a summer course at the Utah Agri
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Richardson
and their children. Leland. Leona and'
Ethel left Sunday morning for a two j
weeks' motor trip through Y'ellow
Members of the. Women's Relief:
Corps will b entertained Wednesday I
evening at a card party at tht- home,
of Mr.s J'earl Elliott, 1G9 llarrisvllle
Road. Members and friends aro in
vited to come.
O. F. OreRorr. resident of Twin
Falls, passed through Ogden Saturday
en route to Salt Lake. Mr. Gregory
is in -Salt like on business. He was'
a former resident of ogden.
Miss Audra llorteiiso Klrkland on
tertalned a number of friends last
Thursday evening at an evening parly
in tompllment to lltllo Miss Edna
Lyon of Twin Falls, who Is visiting
at the homo of Mr and Mrs Ezra'
Richardson. The party was Riven at
the home of Mrs. Richardson, 2oi
'Jrant asenue. Twi-nty-six Mnall
quests gathered for the occasion and
enjoyed an evening of games and
dancing. Refreshments wero served)
to all present. Roses and Shasta
daisies were used for decorations and'
held prominence in the lovely Rich-!
W. B. Zuppann of the Salt Lake
Herald was an Ogden guest during I
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. English of Falls'
City, Neb . are visiting their daugh
ter. Mrs C. H. Foster, -'760 Wash
Mr. and Mrs. E. I Thinncs of
BSvanston, Wyo., have moved to Ogden
and have taken a residence at 273'J
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T r was held at the homo of
Mrs. J. W. Welsh on Grant avenua
last Wednesday afternoon Reports
from the different committees wore
read. Refreshments wero served by
the hoatt aa
Members of the Queen Bather chap-
ler held thr annual picnic Friday
afternoon at the Hermitage. Mem
bers of the Miriam chapter and of
tho Quean Esther chapter and num
erous friends were present at the af
fair which prpved to be one of much
ehjo rneiit and good fun. Picnic
iVlrs. L R.Adamson, formerly Miss Nell M. Deerint;
of Silverba , New York, whose marriage was solemnized
recently. Mr. and Mrs. Adamscn v, ill be at home to their
friends after July i 5 at the Peery apartments.
lunches wero "taken by the members
and luncheon was -served In the can
yon. Many enjoyed swimming and
dancing during the day Another pic
nic Is planned by ejueen Esther chap
ter. T K Olson from Wichita, Kan., Is
isitiiiK in Ogden at the home of his
brother, Mr and Mrs. J. P, tilson, ilia
In order to keep the members of
the Ninth ward i hoir together and to
strengthen tho fr endshlp which ha.i
already grown between them, the
members of the choir held a social
and picnic at tho Utah Hot Springs
Friday evening The parly met at
the h.tpcl and were taki n to the Hot
springs m automobiles After an
evening enjoyed In dancing, swimming
und interesting games, ice cream and
cake was served. This was the first
of a series of such festivals planned
by the choir.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley J t'artor. ac
. .omp.mied by their niece Oallas Fisk,
motored to Ogden during the early
part of the week and spent a few
days hero. They returned to their
homo In Tremonton, Monday,
Miss Dorothy Agee. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Agee entertained
B number of her little friends one'
day last week iii celebration of her
tenth birthday. The little folks gaih-
( in il .iliout ' o ' l"( k 111 the nftellioon
and di lighted theii little hostess with
I numerous gifts. Various games wore
j enjoyed during the afiernoon. Miss
Carmen Flak of Council Rluffs, la.,
who is an Ogden guest at present, de
lighted everyone with a fancy step
dance Vfahity." Decorations in the
Agee home were carried out in pink
' and white- with profusions of roses
nnd sweetpeas holding prominence.
Late In the afternoon, ;i delicious
luncheon was served. The table was
centered with a basket of sweet peas
prettily combined with roses. At one
end of the table, an elaborately dec
orated cake bearing ten CSJldlee
brought happy cheers from the little
guests. Bbn-bon i ups, filled with
candles and sugared nuts were used
favors, h.i mi - pa in ted place carda
w i e laid for tht following I'armen
Risk of Council Bluffs, Ruth Craven,
Mary Louiae Craveiafc Bleanor Scott,
i ie l'arks. Dorothy Young, Thelma
Wycoff, Kuth Agee, Louise Agee,
Elizabeth Carr, Virginia Agee and
Miss Dorothy Agee,
Miss Marguerite A. Israelson of this
city, who for the past two and one
half years has been engaged in war
uik .mil alBO a Student Of the King
Smith Slinlln ol .Mnsli at Washing
ton. D. C.i is visiting at the home of
Miss Dorothj Smith, daughter of Dr.
t. if smith at Hempstead, Li L, New
York, who Is her chum and fellow
Lake Party Is
Happy Event of I
j Summer Season!
Young Folks of Ogden, Logan
and Salt Lake Make Merry
at Mountain Resort
Many young folks of Ogden, Bait
Duke. Denver and Logan enjoyed a
motor trip to Rear Duke, during the
early part of the week when the,
party met In Ogden and motored to I
the popular summer resort lo spend
the Fourth. Mans forms of amui--mtnt
were enjoyed hy the party, and
Special dances were held both .Satur
duv und Monday evening, whir h the'
fjarty enjoed to the fullest extent.
Home of the evenings wore spent in
moonlight boating on the lake and
moonlight hike parties. Dining the
liito afternoon, swimming was 'n
Joyed und the beach rang with cheer
ful ah out a, presenting a pretty scene
of brilliant colors. Some of the young
people have returned to Ogden, but
u number of them are spending a few
weeks at the resort, enjoying lta many
eourcea of entertainment ?nd fun. The
) oung people in the party and their
escorts were aa follows Mi-s Florence
Dunn. MIbs Dorothy Wright Miss
Capltola Pingree, Ml-3 Florence Riser,
Miss Ida Holley, Min.1 Juanlta Ballan
tyne of Ogden, Miss Rhonda Nebe
ker Alius I la Day and Miss Marjorlc '
Keith of Salt Lake; Miss Rett; I.owe:
ami Miss Wanda Thatcher of Rogun 1
and Mlsi Rettie Howard of Suit like; ;
, Masters Fletcher BcoWCroft, Paul
Wattle. Willard Ollson. Rob Major.1
Jinior I',lrh. Le Urande Pingree,
Ralph QwlUlam, Glen Dee and Sian-
ley Bicheel of . Ogden; Oeorgn Bccles. I
Spencer Kecles and Carlyle Nibiey of
Logan, and the following young mar
ried couples. Mr and Mrs. James
flcOWcroft, Mr a:nJ Mrn. Ross Gwtl
liam Mr. and Mrs. John W Scow
croft, Mr. and Mrs R Boyd, Dr and,
, Mrs. Dumke. Mr. und Mrs. Ben
Meldrum of Ogden Lieutenant and
M's Jack Major of San Francisco, and.
Dr. und Mrs. T H Thatcher of Logan. I
Pupils of Squire Coop were pre-1
sented in a recital last Tuesday after
no mi at the lovely Berthana hall. The
recital was declared to be most ex
C 'lent and one of tb,e best of the
m .ison. Selections given by the stu
dents were so exceptionally WCil tiv,.e
that (hose who attended were pleaaed
und entertained An artistic touch
predominated in all the pieces. The
program for the recital was as fol
Sonata (duel )Op. 33 ........ Dlabelli
Lou Jean McKay
i a i Idilio .', , Lack
i o Les Hlrondellej Godard
i c i Yalse Godard
(a) Sonata. I )p 2, No. 1 . . . Beethoven
Adagio. Minuet. Allegretto
b) Tarantella !.. Heller
Kermesse (Opera Faust)
. . Gounod-Saint-Saens
Sonata. Op. 15 (duet) Allegro,
Mrs. Lysle W. Larkin
The Silver Ring Chaminade
Mrs. Bern ice Tyree
; Toreador et Andalous (duet) . . .
, tat Nocturne. F minor, Op j5...
j (bi alse, C sharp minor, Op. 64..
! (a Sonata. Op 2. No. 2. Beethoven
Allegr i vivace, Largo, Scherzo
tb) Scherzo Mendelssohn
(cj Valse, Op. 34 Chopin
IlRkoczv Marsch (nuartelte)
, Ruth BcOWCroft and Dorothy Prout
' Francis 'Nell and Vera Delamater
Miss Ruth Scowcroft, chairman of
On the evening of July 16, Silver
Review No. 1 will have as their guest
Mrs Frayer, deputy supreme com
mander of the Woman's Benefit as
sociation of the Maccabees. She will
: be accompanied by Mrs. Catherine
Erlckson. state commander of the
L'tah and Idaho organization The
i guests will be met at ihe Interurban
'nation ai 3 o'clock Friday afternoon
and will be taken for a ride through
Ogden canyon. Dinner will be served
at the Hermitage hotel, a large clasa
will be initiated during the evening.
The Ogden branch of the Britannic
Rssoclatlou will hold their social en
I tertalhntent on Monday, Julj 12, at
tne Eagles ball. A fine program of
music has been prepared for the even-
ing The social was postponed from
MOnday. June 18 All members and
their friends are Invited lo join in the
i evening of fun.
As a fitting clOSfl to the celebrations
of July 4. Mis. Grace Garfield of Tre
monton and Jacob Dodge of Ogden I
'were married In Prighnm City, Tues-j
j day afternoon. July 6. Justice of
Peace Henry M. Flgglna performed
the ceremony. The young couple win
make their home in Igden,
. , .
Mr and Mrs. George YVangsgaard
have returned from Mount " w da .
where they spent three days on u flsh
. Ing trip.
William Henry Mohlcr and Miss
Madeline Beadle were married Thurs
i day morning, July 8. at the residence
of Rev. and Mrs. John Edward Car
ver on Adams avenue. The couple
aro from Cobre. Rev. Carver per
formed the ceremony which took
place at 9 30 o'clock
Mr and Mrs L. T Moore and chll
I dreii hio e returned to their homo In
Twin Falls, Ida., after a ten-day viit
with friends ami relatives in Ogden.
Tin y were accompanied by Mrs. Krma
Moore Squires and Mrs Wise BvanS,
who have also been v isiting in Ogden.
. . .
Mr and Mrs Carl Watson and ES,
W. Raus left for Los Angeles. Tues
day They will meet Mrs. Raus at
Portland and return b.v way of Sin
I rranclsco- They expect to visit the
Raus ranch at Redland.
at Rich Home
Musical Numbers One of ji
Charming Features of After
noon Affair Last Week I
Red rambler roses, white baby i
breath and bluo larkspur formed the
alt decorative effect for an afternoon Ij
luncheon given in compliment to Miss j
MablS Tyler Hackett of Boston, by I
diss Qladya Rich at her home at - -' j
Washington avenue Receiving the
guests lor the afternoon were Miss I
lya Rich, Helen Rich. Mrs. Clar-
erne Wright and Mrs. ESsra Clark
Rich. The afternoon waa passed In
quiet entertainment by the guests who
gathered for the occasion. Miss H
lla I'.eit. who is visiting at present "
the Rich home, delighted ihe guests 1
with several solo selections. Mian I
Hackett has :i very sweet voice and i
the renditions of her songs la cc-p-
tlonal. At the request of the hostess
tfisa Dorothy Wright sang two or
mi bera Mrs. Edna Dinncen
also delighted ihe guests with .Mother
Profuaiona of roses combined taste- 1
fully with baby breath and fern3 with i
heie and there a spray of blue lark- 1
spur decorated the Rich home. li
the dining room a glass basket of La
i i , . i rOaea and ferna centered the
prettily arranged tahle. while other H
baskets (Ulad with various summer y
flowers lent an air of attracMvenesa
to the room. A delicious and pcrfeci
lv prepared luncheon was served to j
the guest. Mrs R. B. Porter and
Mr J I- Wright presided at the tea i
tabb Many of the guests who werf
present for the afternoon made the
acquaintance of Miss Hackett In P.o.i- 1
ton. where she attended the New Enp
land Conservatory of Music Misa ,j
Hat ' 8tt vein visit for a few more days !
In Ogden as the guest of Miss Gladys
One of the pretty social affairs of
the week was a shower given in
honor of era Stall ings. whose mar-
rlage to George S. Bain was solemn- j
ized in the Salt Lake temple, June
23. Mrs. Bain was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts. Light refresh
ments were served. Mr. and Mr?.
Bain are well known in Ogden. The I
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
MM Albert Stalllngs. Mr Bain is
known in music circles. The couple
will be at home to their friends at I
203 Wep.t Thirtieth street. Those
present at the party were Mrs. A. B.
Stalllngs, Mrs. J. E. Rose, Mrs. S. J.
Stephens, Mrs. A. V. Hay, Mrs.
Thomas Evans. Mrs. J. C. Stephens,
Mrs W. Foley. Mrs. M. Woods, Mrs. j
Anna Bovle and Mrs. Roy Thompson.
Miss Margaret Schwab returned
Wednesdav from Salt Lake where .she
was spending a vacation of two
Under the auspices of the Mutual .
Improvement association, the Fourth
ward will give a rally at Liberty I
park on Wednesday, July 21 An
i ei Ii nt program has been arranged.
"Bring the kiddies and your lunch j
and have a general good time. Ev
erybody invited." .-ays the commit I
On July 6th the S. O. H. club was
entertained at the home of Miss Mar
guerlte Clements. The regular busi- I
ne.- meeting was held'. Afterward a
musical program was enjoyed. At a j!
I late houi delicious refreshments
were served On Monday evening 1
I Miss Thelma Garner will receive tht
Dr and Mrs A A. Robinson em
tertained a party of six friends at
the Hermitage hotel Thursday even
ing Among the guests was Mrs
Fannie Fern Andrews, secretary of
the American School of Citizenship
M ruin i - of the Ileuiix Esprit club
were entertained Friday aiternocn
ai the home ol Mrs Fred Schadu,
2570 Fov lcr avenue. The lime was
passed in playing cards with honors
tuing to .Mrs. Hell and Mrs. Let A
luncheon waa served by the hostess.
A Vase of red rambler roses deco IH
rated the table The guests for the tH
ifternoon were .Mrs M. E. Bond and I
Mrs. Lucile Comer. Iibbbbb!
Miss Ze'.ma Shaw of Ogden and
Charles ES Buhlei oi Salt Lake were
married w ednesday, July 7 at the
Logan temple. The young couple
will' leave Monday for Boston, Mass, I
Mrs. Aubrey Henderson of 1161
Capitol avenue, entertained Fridav
afternoon in compliment to her Bis
ter, Mrs J W Smalley. The occa
sion was ihe birthday anniversary
of Mrs Smalley. The afternoon was
spent in needlework, after which A
luncheou was served to the follow
Ing; Mesdames j. w. Smaller. Sher
man Bowen. B A. Wilson. Fred
Schench, J. M Wilbur. Arthur Smal
li . M. L Robb, R. L. Wilbur. P J.
Lammers and Frank Baitonek.
. . .
.Mr and Mrs. Dan Ensign, accom
panied by Miss Sylvia Deo of Ogden
and Mrs. J C. Armstrong of Los
Angeles lefl Wednesday for Fellow
stone parll where the will spend sev
eral weeka visiting points of interest
The party will motor through the
The Sunday school department of
the Firs! Presbyterian church will
hold a picnic celebration at Lugoon
on Saturday. July 17. Complete ar
rnngements hove not been made for
the affair, but in all probability it will
ba aa enjoyable as any of the past. (