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I ( Salt Lake Society
SALT LAKE, July lf. A b
fully appointed luncheon was given
Monda) afternoon by Hit Samuel M
Parker at her home, 1 1 72 Michigan
avenue. In compliment to M rs. Arthui
Behalf of w York-, fdrmerlj Miss
Helen Bamlnrgei. w ho ha come to
spend the siimmT with Oo
Simon Bamberger, nnd alsu In honor
of Mrs. Thomas Benton Hunter
iftn Francisco, who Is In Ball Lake
to visit with her parents, Mr and
Mrs. Fred Male The rooms al the
Parker home were effectively decorat
ed in gayly tinted garden flowers er
ranged in baskets, in the dining room
the table was covered with a beautiful
Clunv lace cloth over yellow satin and
centered by a basket filled with yW
loti centered Bhaate daisies. Covers
were laid for Mrs. Frank Planer, Mrs.
Horace smith, Mis F F. Lc.inarl.
Mrs. L. B. Fuller. Mrs. Bower, Mrs.
Walter Conrad Mrs William McCrca,
Mrs Ernest Stelcher. Um V C.
Black lo. k and Miss Kate e.roo
Kenneth Winalow of Los Angeles
has arrived to spend several weeks
with his uncle. Russell I.. Tracj al
the Tracy home on Second avenue.
Mrs. EdWln C. Kahn WSS the host
ess at a luncheon Riven Mondaj after-
tj Mrs. Bai l H. Ogden of pea M ln I
H a Iowa Is the guest of her patents, Mr,
nnd Mrs H. W. 1-ang on Tenth Bast
atreet. Mrs Ogden was formerly Ml--.
il Ruby Lang
9 Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Laraway are
I laltjng in Los Angeles
I "e e
Mr. and Mrs R A Gcnny of Rains,
I lah ! visiting her parents. Mr u
il I .1 H. Rothwell. and Mr Glei
H parents. Mr. and Mm. George W.
I Harold S Ktlpatrlck of Toledo. Ohio,
I Is visiting friends and relit, es in sit
" lak . Mr. Kllpatrlck will remain In
, the city for a month.
f The wedding of Mis Myrtlt Mary
J Broughton and William Krc.ie.rirk
I Meyer of Boise, Idaho, took place
I Tuesday evening at the home of me
brides mother, Mrs. Z A BroughtOU,
I 331 Sixth East street The Rev, J H.
n. Williams of the First Method. s
1 church offlcated. Gertrude ri.
Broughton. alater of the bride, was
bridesmaid 2nd Donald Pftr rmiin was
best man. Little Muriel Berry, daugti
1 ter of Mjor and Mrs. J. H. Berry, whs
ring-bearer. The couple left for Boise
late Tuesday evening, where they will
make their home
' Mrs. Ceorge Buchanan of thll City
Announces the marriage of her da ugh -
ter, Marjorie Alva, to Russell Lee
I Chilton of Mob'-i: Mo The w-ilillni;
I tool: place in Moberly where the bride.
!he mother and :iil sister. Mary
have bc:i visiting ivlatAcs. June 34,
The ceremonv was performed bj '
I Rev W T. Hanson of the Baptist
church a; his residence The couple
will be at honi- at "Regit Haven Farm,
I if,i r Moberlv
The bride Is a graduate of the Uni
versity or Utah anil tntigbt IstiBt year
i : Duchesne the announcement of her
mar: lace will come :is a s irprlse to her
Miss Elaine F.vans. daughter of Mrs.
IT H Evan, icft Thursday for a six
'months' !s;'. to Los Angeles and the
! bi ache.'.
Mrs. i.ouis prltchlpw of Tulsa, Okie
was the gnesi of honor at a bridge
breakfast given Wednesday morning
bj Mrs. Harry Clark at her home. Kl
Wdod place. A pink and white decot i
tlve scheme was carried out. Cecil
Brttnher roses in crystal baskets
formed the centerpiece for fov:r small
tables, at which breakfast was i reed.
, Coveres Wet la' I for Mrs Crltch
low. Mrs Charles 'ngalls. Mrs Hebcr
Lee. Mrs. Frank Harding, Mrs. W. F
Mrs. Charles H. Parker and her dsu-zhiev, Jane, who
returned during the e?rly part of the week from the east,
where they had been visiting for two months. Mrs. Par
ker was accompanied to Ogden bv her molher. Mra
sjsjssssj UeWMMWeWMMMmM 7"Jg-3T-v.-ar " .y-ji rr---r- - w m - ,,-x
I noon at the Counti-j- club in -ter
of the luncheon table a large as
ket was filled with garden flowers
tied with a bow of tulle The gucs:3
of the afternoon Included
frelnds of Mrs. Kahn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rich and their
little son Br-n. Jt Mr. and lln. V'..
ford Kay. Mr. and Mrs Pred
and Mrs. Edward .1 Holland el
Saturday for Strawberry valle; . whe
they will spend several da
Mrs Elizabeth Hoffman, accompa-l
nled by hei duughtei. .1 Is : Gen
Hoffman, has left ihis week foi
York, where they will spend ' w i
malnder of the summer. The- will
spend some time with Col. and Ml L T
I E. Harker at Camp Dlx. N. Y . and 111 1
also visit with friends in New York
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Rothwiil cele
brated their thirtieth wedding
Versa ry Sunday a l dinner it thefl
home on Downlngton avenue A
of pansies formed the centerpiece to
the dinner table The living room
was decorated In pink roses. Covers
were laid for twenty-one
Mr nnd Mra J. C Brandon and
i.cijchicrs Layola, Elolse .nfl Zulene,
ha s returned from Phoenix, Ariz.,
where they spent the winter. The
party made the trip to Salt Laki I
automobile, visiting Zlon canyon on
the waj Miss Pauline Brandon, an
other da'ishter. h'j gone to bs Jolia,
Cal.. to be the guest of Mr? Richard
Brakenbur-, formerly Miss Flora
Raddats of this city.
Mrs. Marjorie Dode Warner or
Chicago was the rucju of Mrs. Louise
Francis '-'6 F street Mrs Warner re
mained until Sturda-
Miss Annie Howella lfr. South West
Tempts street Is vlsit'ng tn Pocatello.
She Is the guest of Miss Dorothy
The Revarand and Mrs Charle
Btanley mlaslonarlea of the Conprevi
tlonal church to China, will ar' !e nc I
week to visit their uncle nnd aunt Sn
and Mrs J E. Berkley for a few dayi
on their way to Marietta, Ohio, where
they will spend some time visiting rJ-
Henderson. Mrs. Richard Wagstaff ,
Miss Leah I!endrson, Mrs. Charles
8hields, Mrs. T. It. Black. Mrs. E. T.
lJe:rie. Mrs. King of Chicago. Mrs C.
F Jennings, Mr Frank Jennings,
Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. R. H. Winder
aa i Miss Ada Dwyr.
The hosiess was assisted by tier
daughters Miss H.ix-1 (' ik. .Miss Kuth
Clark and Miss J;;:)i Ci?rk.
The marrlrige of Miss Margaret
Burns and Frank E. Petarson took
place a:' vdnesday nigin at "
o'clock at the home of the htii;-,
parent Mr and Mra M F Burns,
I : Sixth East street. The ceremony
was performed '.- Bishop Percy God
dard and was followed by a reception.
The living room and dlnlnsr room
were decorated In Dorothy Perkins'
roses, palms, ferns and pink hearts.!
A bower nf th- frreeps and the roses
was arranged for the wedding party.
The supper table had n cluny lace
oxer pink, with a bowl of rosea in the
The bride wore a navy blue suit with
r white geogette hat The matron of
honor, Mrs. Cannon Lund wore yellow
ortrandy. and the bridesmaid. Miss
Yi.,!a Peterson v.'orr- p'nk organdy,
Mile? B-.'rns was best man.
Asintin- Mr. and Mrs. Burns and
the wedding parly in receiving the
gU .- were Mr and Mrs- Hugo J'eter
BOIt, Miss Fthel Burns and Miss Kate
Burns Assisting lr the dinning room
were Miss Alice Ree.se, Miss Dorothy
Burns. Miss Helen Burns, Miss Mll
drt I Peterson and Mrs Miles Burns
The couple will be at home after
I August 1 in the Buckingham apart-
Miss Peggy Marshall is spending the
Summer with hi-r mother Mrs J. M.
I Marshall, at Burley Idaho. Mis-s Mar
shall expects to attend school In New
ork next winter
Miss AngelUie Holognese ha gone to
San Pranoisco and the beaches to
spend two months
. . .
Mr. and Mra H. R. Prather and
daughter. Miss Ruih Prather havs
! returned from California, where they
have spent the past three years, and
arc ;n home at the Hotel Fifth East
Miss Prather has Just been graduated
from Stanford university
Prances Johnson has returned
from Hew York, where she- spent the
pis; winter with her aunt Miss Mary
Hooker Johnson Miss Johnson Will
spend the summer with her parents
Mr and Mrs. Henry C Johnson at
Colonel and Mrs. Hobcrt 8. Allen
have arrived from .New York and are!
guests at the home of Mrs Allen's,
father, Samuel Mclnt-re
. . .
Mrs. F M. Traughber of Ccntralla.i
Mo., and Mrs. Charles W Traughber!
oi' Tooele were visitors to the city
Wednesday Mrs. F. M Traughber.
who has been visiting at Tooele, left
during the afternoon for Los Angel,-,
Cat., to spend the summer with her
sons and daughters in that city.
Cards have been received 10 the
city from Mr. and Mrs. Frank A.
9 is of Lethb ridge, Alberta, Canada,
mnounclng the marriage of theli
daughter, Miriam Elizabeth, to William
Howell Mclntyre. Jr. of Salt Lake
The wedding took place Tuesday. June
29. at Lethbrldire.
A I.ethbridg? paper contained the
: following -account of the wedding,
j "One of the loveliest of June wed
dinas too place on Tuesday evening,
June 29. at 8.30 o'clock, e.t the home
Of the bride's parents, when Miriam
' Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr and
i Mrs. Frank A. Stoltxe. was united in
I marriage to William Howell Mclntyre.
" --' J
Miss Edna Dixon, who hao been a guest of Miss Del
phjne Penicca for the past two weeks, hns returned to her
I home in Indian3po!is Miss Dixon, accompanied Miss
I Penicca to Ogdeh frfcrri Yvchinston, D. C, where both
I cirls held government positions.
4 . .
BB ai mmmmllll i 111 ii M
I Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Mclntyre of Salt Lake City.
"A violin selection, 'Love Greetlnit
(Fdgnri. was played by Krnest Layion
as the bridal party entered the drav -Ing-room,
where the ceremony took
place under a canopy of smuax ana
baskets of hie peonies, the Lev A
Hi Denpon officiating.
"The bride, who was given In mar
riage' by her father, made a beauti
ful picture In her mother's wedding
ptown of cream brocaded crepe over
ducheses satin and her tulle veil wi.
held in place yith a coronet of roce
point lace and orange blossoms. She
wore the groom's gift, a beautiful dia
mond brii pin. and carried a bouquet
of Ophelia roses and cream snap
dragons. Miss Man' Ball of Donna. Texas,
made a charming bridesmaid in a
gown of embroidered whir not witn
a girdle of pasted shaded ribbons.
She carried a bouquet of deep pirK
roses and snapdragons. Kalph Thrall
was best man.
"Immediately following the rere
!oon c rec pllon was given, at which
more tian inn guests were present.
Mr end Mrs. Stoitzc were assisted in
rcce'.vtr.g by the parents of the brlce
groom. Mr." and Mr. Vv'. H Mclntyre.
Sr, of Ball Lake.
The reception rdoTns of the home
had been turned Into bower of flow
ers. Mafs? of wild begon'.a and smilat
made an effective deoonlrilpn " tht li
brary in the dining-room, a color
n-m" Ol Mir. .i.lll niiur "Jr.
OUt with columbine and candles A
Silver bowl of pyrethrum formed a cen
piece for the table Purple and white
Iris were used In the hall
"Th bride s mother wore a heai - I
tlful gown of jade georgette r ciity
embroidered in crystal beads The
bridegroom's mother was handsomely 1
owned in black sitln. with an OVer
ln of black georgette embroidered
"Following the -ccept'on an inform
al dince we enjoved Hy the young
reple The bride and bridegroom ieft
r or Montrcl and Q tehee, thence I
n ICew York Upon tnelf return they
will reetdi Si the Mclntyre ranch near i
"The bride traveled In 0 French
gown of midnight blue kitlen's ear,
aatin and serge n "h at to match
Mrs. P. H. Fenkell entertained at a j
bridge breakfast Wednesday morning I
it'lif home 414 Wall street. In com
'iment to her d autrhter Ifrs Paul I
f'Jttery Of Sacramento Cal.
The rooms were decorated In roses
Lnt swest peas. A large crystal basket j
cf pink sweet peas was the center
piece for the breakfast table. A clun
cover wis over pink. Pink candles
were In silver holders. Breakfast was
Served at small tables, each having
centerpiece of roses. The place cards i
vrere hi the form of baseballs, in com- i
pllment to the baseball fame of the
r, isband of the guest of honor. The,
Andrews orchestra furnished muai
The hor.tess was assisted by her daugh
ter. Mrs John A BtOne, and her;
mother. Mrs. J. A. Burnett
Covcim were laid for Mrs Harry
Fisher Brown. Mrs l rank Chamber-,
lr Mrs Bernard Rohlflnir Mrs T"
P Uohlflng. Mrs. Ceorge Teed Mrs
Henn t'ohn. Mrs. Jack Pindllng Mrs.
Thomas L. Mitchell Mrs Nortn;in G
Atkinson. Mrs. Earl Coombs. Miss I
Hazel Clark. Mrs. Lewis Cane. Mrs.
Max Beaver. Mrs Louis Skonllk Mrs.
Samuel Orensteen. Mrs. David Levy.,
Mrs. Earl Leaver Mrs P.one Cave
and Mrs M. Jacobs of Chicago
Mr nnd Mrs Charles Dunn Moore
haVe returned from their wedding trip
to CsJlfornls ami are at home at 104 j
Second East street, Mrs. Moore was
formerh Miss Jasmine Smith.
BRIGHAM CITY. Juy 10 The Sea j
tjull i imp of the Daughters of the !''
neors met at the home of Miss Emma
lhol r rlday evening. The program
consisted of a sketch of the Ufa ol
Mrs. Hannah Johnson and musical
numbers bv MISS Crystal Jeppson. Mrs
Zola call jeppson and Miss Devcrn
Kofford. A tray lunclie-on i.im served
b Mrs. B V. Call Miss Marco Mad
sen. and Miss C'rystol Jeppson. Those
present numbered thirty-five.
Judge and Mrs J. D. Call, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Ryan and Mr. and Mrs
H J Packer left Tuesday In a soven
piiSsengcr car for Ofi extended trip in
the southern part of the stute. Judrc
Call will hold court at Richfield. Pan
gultch and lCanab. Following this the
party will visit Bryce canyon. Zlon's
canyon and the Grand Canyon cf the
Arliona They expect to be gone
about three weeks.
Mrs Shlroy C. Horsley was hostess
at a luncheon Sunday In honor of out-of-town
guests The centerpiece was
a crystal bowl of pink and white
roses. The guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin A. Bcay. Mrs. Rose Y.
Stewart, Miss Anna Peay and Miss
Doroth Stewart, all of Provo, Utah 1 1
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Horsley and '
Mr. and Mra. Shirley C. Horsley.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Flshburn and !
family. Mr. and Mis. Eli Lee and fnm-j
ilj. Mr? W. K. Morrison and Miss
Annie IJodcn motored to Qlenwood
park, Monday, Where they enjoyed the
duy with holiday amusements and a
Another of the many parties In the;
i canyon on the Fourth ol" July wna that
lenjONeel by Miss Octttvo Holmgre-n.
'.I!sn Beas'e Morrison. Mrs. Yarn
Rhodes ami Ruel Lskelson. They
.spent the day and bad supper In the j
canyon south of .Mantua.
. . .
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clayton stopped
a few days at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C W, K nudson en route to Salt
1-ike City from an extended trip on
, the Payette lakes near Boise, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. A L. ttout ami Mr.
and Mis. Stayner nnd gueSTS motored;
to the fish hatchet y Monday and en-j
joyed a canyon supper.
The Deseret camp of the Daugh-!
tcrs of the Pioneers met at the homci
of Thea Watklns, friday evening, a
general discussion of pioneer life!
among the hand-cart comp.,nlc3 and a'
sketch of the' life of Mrs. Thea Wat-'
klna were the features of the meet
ing, Refreshments wre Served to fit-',
teen present by Mrs. Jon.plilne ilien. '
Mrs. Geneya Wright aim Mrs. Bsther
I , A party thai motored to the fish'
hatchery Monday evening and en
joyed a delicious supper at the coed
springs consisted Of the following: At-
home of Mrs Anna L. Jeppson in Salt
Miss Lizzie Preston of Oarlnnd
m ol Sunday end Monday with her
parents. Mr, nnd Mis. William Pres
ton of this elty.
MlsS Mattie West came home for
ibe week-end from Salt Iike. She
Kin i ii attending summer school at
the University of Utah,
Miss Florence Khudeon loft Satur
day for an extended dolt at Idaho
Mutt Flora Taylor. Who is In the
employ of Harry Abrahamson at
Mrs. I,. sir Y. Larkin, fho
appcrir-H in :ho recital civen by
Squire '"tp Tuesday afternoon
;it : o'clock at i. c Beribana.
Mrs. parkin played Mozart's
'Sonata. ;. 15, Allegro nnd
Andante." s p 1 1 rr Coop played
with Mrs jarkin.
Jerome. Idaho, spent the week-end
here With her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Mabel Anderson spent the
week-end In Brlgham. She u attend
ing summer school at Logan.
Mra Mattie Loosey is entertaining
. nd Mrs. Will Sawyer of BnOW-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Cllve and Mr
and Mrs. Clifton Pierce motored to
I'a.iidie to spend the Fourth of July.
Mr. Gllles of Ogden was a Week-end
;U'St at the home of Mr und Mrs.
Joseph A. West
Dr. and Mrs. George Fiater and
Miss Mable 1 ylcr Hackett ot Boston, Massachusetts, I
who has been a guest of Miss Gladys Rich for the past
week. Miss Hackett was honored at an afternoon lunch
eon given at the Rich home, 1 hursday afternoon
torney and Mrs. Nels Jensen, Mrs. F.
D. Farrell and daughter l'r.inces, Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Knuilso and daugh
ters Rae and Opal Knudson; Mr. and
Mrs Waldemere Call and Mr and Mi:'
C. C. Clavton and children of Salt
. . .
Miss Marco Madaen was a week-end
visitor in Salt Lake.
Mr and Mrs Wilford Jensen had
as their tiuuso guests over Sunday, Mr.
and Mr3. J W. .Nahaffcy of Salt Lake.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Run of Salt
Lake were guest of Mr and Mrs. J.
F Ryan over the Fourth
Mr and Mrs. Edwin C. l'eay. Mrs
Rose Y. Stewart. Miss Dorothy Stewart
and Mlsa Anna Fouy. all of Provo,
spent the week-end visiting relatives
and friends In this e-lty.
Mrs J. IL Cllve and little daughter
Helen returned home Saturday from a
tWO-WeekS stay In Salt 1-akc
Mra. Zola Call Jeppson of Rcxburg,
Idaho, who has been visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L'. Call, left Sun
day morning for a short visit at the
children motored to Sail Lake to spend
Attorney and Mrs. William J Lowe
are spending a few daysln Provo.
Mrs. Percy Knudson Is a visitor here I
Mr. and Mrs. FranceH Sheffield and
Mi. and Mrs. Dan Olsen and families
spent the Fourth at Wlllowmcre.
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Ruth Graham, Carl Bsillantyne anL
'.n c M..ne will assume the leading
rOlea In tho spectacular musical ex
travagan.i Stone 1 eg.-- to be present
ed nt i he Orpheum theatre under the
u Spices of the L. D. S. Ogden stake
Mlti." lirnham ha taken hold of the
part she ix to play In n most profes
sional manner She I an accomplish
ed reader and dancer
Carl Ballantyne will have the steller
m,,lo role and will appear as Klnr
Creed. Ballantyne has had much
' amatlo training and will show up at
ill hest In th'n character ki reheai
J sals he Is displaying unusual talen'..
Aii will hand his many friends a great
! surprise on the night of the perform
;ance. "Stone I-egs Is a musical com
iedy. with eppeclal stress laid on the
comedy lines Hallantne as King
Greed. Ro Taggart as Wiseacre, his
advisor, and Samuel Martin as Fool
his jester, furnish most of the comed
and from the many laughs this trio is
getting nt rehearsals, they will un
doubtedly keep their house in a con
'.stant uproar of laughter.
Miss Orace Stone needs no Introduc
tion to local audiences as she has
'taken important parts In numerous
home talent sffalra She has heen as
signed on the leading roles In the
forthcoming production, and will alsoj
he seen In a number of dance ape-1
Kenneth Probst, ss Markello. the
leading juvenile role, oems right at
horn" nj hi lyirt, and will make aj
very strlk ng hero.
Blvs Penstermaker as Lady Duff is
I also dlspla'lng nurked ability and
(Elijah ClaWSOn has been assigned two
vcr'. clever song numbers In vhlch he
Will be assisted by a chorus of pretty
IglrD. Utile Audre'. Clark and Master
Wilbur Couch will also appear In a
i couple of specialties
The pntlre cast numbers over one
i hundred members and will be an
nounced at a later ''ate.
Director Karle Wallace feels highly
elated over the onderful arra of I
talent the slake members have assem-1
lde,) for him to work with and has '
promlseil that he will be able tc of fer
the most unique and polished ama
teur show that has ever been pre
sented in tho city. sas the announce
ment Issued yesterday
Mrs. Rachael Brown will be hos
less to the Daughters of the Mor
men Battalion Monday afternoon at
2 o clock at her home, 356 Kershaw
Mlsa Florence Aldcn. who has been j
employed for the past two yoara in
San Francisco returned home dur !
ng iho latter part of the week lo
visit with relatives and friends
111 John H White and daughter,
Gertrude, of Salt Lake, have return
Jed 10 their home after ten days or
more as guests in Ogden Mrs. 1
!Vhiie and her daughter came to'
ii den m attend the- Tracy-Douglas
wedding which took place- june 30,
Mrs Prank E Tribe and children;
hae returned from an extended visit'
on the Pacific coast While visiting'
there Mrs. Tribe was a guest at the I
I home of her mother. Mrs S. S Smith 1
of Lon Beach They also visited
Los Angeles and man) of the beach
The Liberty club of the Ladles'
Auxiliary to the Order of Raiiroad '
Conductors was entertained Thundny
afternoon a the home of Mrs Dan '
Boyle Mrs John Glinan assisted the i
hostess. Five hundred was plaed.
I Honors were awarded to Mrs John )
Holden and Mrs. Guchler. Shasta
daisies and roses decorated the Boyle I
I pared luncheon was served.
Mr and Mrs. R Rowbotham enter
tained Friday evening in compliment
to Miss Mary Jones, daughter of Mr
and Mrs E. J. Jones who leaves for
the northwestern states mission on
July 14 The evening was pleasantly
spent and enjoyed by all.
The first of a series of rallies by
the members of the Fourteenth ward
Mutual Improement association was
held last Frlda eenlng at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R A. Saunders, 36J",
Jefferson avenue. Over one hundred I
guests gathered for an evening of
games and dancing which was lhor-
His orchestra of the Fourteenth'
ward furnished the music Nephl J. I
Brown sang two solos. "Long. Long'
Ago" and "Sweet and Low.". Mrs.,
Ellen .E. Glad'Well gave a humoroin
reading. The Inventors Wife." Ai
talk on "Purpose of Social Work Dur-1
lng the Summer," was given by David
J. Wilson. The Saunders home was'
decorated w ith roaes and other cut I
flowers, while patriotic colors wero
also use-d. On the law n a very pretty 1
.effect was obtained by numerous Jap-;
janese linterns strung between the'
i trees. Refreshments were sered to,
jtho guests present.
The Luther league of the Ellm Eng
lish Lutheran church will meet at
I the home of Roy and Evelyn Swanson
of 1 !jrrisville Wednesday evening. A
KTirdl.ll I II It n t Inn lo ..itnn.UJ , i l I
and members of the soclet to attend
All of the cars for Hot Springs will
stop at Harrlsvllle.
Tr and Mrs. A A. Robinson motor
ed to Provo last Monday. They were
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. George
Robinson Prom Frov0 they motored
to Lake Gcnevn and returned to S.ilt
1-ike Tuesday evening
F. Crocker. San Francisco million
aire banker, was an ugden guest
I when he passed through Ogden. Mr.
I Crocker was en route to Chicago.
Joseph Scowcroft has returned
from the Pacific coast, where he took
his family. Mrs. Scowcroft and herj
children will spend the summer1
I montha in Los Angeles and at Longl
K.ih Mr Seowciofl motored to the!
Intending to hold a stag party at I
Bear Ivike, u number of young men I
fr.jin mrden and Salt lake motor, d to
the resort last week and spent the)
ei-rly part of the Fcoirth at the lake.
Dewey Laahua, Leslie Kearner. Adolph
Miller. Ben Xalsbltt. Rube Fox. Claire
Riser. Lawrence Watson. Francis
Browning. Jack Knhn and several Salt
Lake guests were included In the
party. After they had reached Bear
Lake, the sta party was broken up
I Miss Edna Ljoii of Idaho fl
Falls, Idaho, who is visiting at
the home of Mr and Mis Ezra r m
Richardson. Miss Lyon has been
the complimented puest at sev
eral affairs. jK
by the Invitations of a number of I :
Voting women, also spending the day gfj.i
at the resort, to Join them. Dancing I
eras enjoyed bj The young men s.
returm d to ugden during tho latter blkp
part of the week, after a most enjoy- Kp;:"
able and delightful time. I'
Roy F. Stnpleton and Miss Irene
George both of Yakima. Wash., wero ( h
married In the county court house by t
Bishop O. M. Sandrr.on. The wed- r';7.
j ding took place Wednesday afternoon.
Celebrating the birthday of the V!
I'nlted States govrrnnicnt , residents (;l :
of t.igden and of other nearby towns.
in. ide the Fourth of July last Monday r'
a gala day for all. Some of tho cele- W
bratlons wero carried off quietly, H,
while others were ones of rare excite- w
inent. A most enjn utile proKram was ,BL
carried our at Plain City, Hooper, a. vaaaaafl
Brlgham and other towns ( 'penlng fl
with the flag salute at Plain City. U
hand music was given by the brass p
band under tho direction of Charles I;
Neal. An assembly was held at the t.
meeting house at 10 o clock and '
"America" was sung by tho congre
gation. Charles Wotherspoon gavo i '
the Invocation with a duet following
given by Bsther ' handler and Leona
Watson. Bishop Wllmer Maw gavo f,
the dedication services. Xeta Charl- at
ton gave a piano solo, while the read- K
lng of the declaration of Ineleyondence Rr1 i
was by Mrs. L. R. Jenkins. A song
was rendered by Mrs. Nellie Draney,
a piano solo played by Lyde Warner. m
Hon. J. B Kans gavo the oration P
for the afternoon, followed by a duet F
from Misses Leona Warner and .Mar
vel England. The benediction followed
a piano solo plajed by Miss Mary
Knight and the band again played. 1
The afternoon was spent In sports,
with a baseball gamo between Five I
Points and Plain City featured as the
main event. A grand ball closed the
evening's events At Hooper, a pro- i, '
gram on the same lino was carried M
out. The day was one of long re-
membranes to many. U
Miss Annette Cunningham left Fri
day ft Walls Walla Wash where Jt Jv
she will spend the summer months -at
the Cunningham summer homo. Ll
Miss Cunningham was the compli
mented guest at several affairs bo- I ;
fore, her departure. Among them was 1
& party given recently by Miss Miriam '
t'hez at her home on Twenty-fourth ti'
street. Roses were used for the dec- ! 1
orations Nine guests were present. i-
Mls Maxlne Fox entertained a f'J;
number of her little friends at a ' ;
slumber party Monday evening at her c
home 5 4 6 Fowler avenue. The lit- J.
tie folks gathered early In tho even- C
lng and enjoyed three or four hours Df.
of entertainment and games. Prizes sfcHf r
were won by Eugenia Smith. Emma
Leonard und Effle Gill Refresh- Er
ments were served al 11 o'clock and
the little ones retired for the evening.
rlblng the next morning a deli.-ious
breakfast was enjoyed and pictures
were taken of the happy group Tho
included In the party were Miss Vir
ginia Roberts Miss Geraldlne Leon
ard. Mis3 Lucllo McFarland. Miss Ef
fle GUI. Miss Dorothy Corey and Miss
. . .
Miss Irene X. Sims of Ogden and
Howard A Mllle; of Tremonton, were
: married Saturday evening. July 3, at
1 the home of Mrs. N, B. Bever, 210-1
j Jefferson avenue. The wedding cere- v-vs dfe
, tnon was performed by Rev. John ff '
j Edisard Carver Immediately follow- " '
! lng the ceremony the couple left fot H ji
( Tremonton. where they will make WW
l their home The.- will leave in a H
week or more for their honeymoon I ttz
j trip through the northwest. H (
Mr and Mrs. Archie Bowman Jr , Q
of Twin Falls are the guests of Mr. ,
and Mrs. Archie Bowman of Ogden. avlV
Leaving Saturday, June 3. for South
Fork a party of friends enjoyed a I
most delightful outing. They re
turned to Ogden, July 6. Included y
wcr.- the following Mrs. Jam's Tin- '
grec. Mrs. George W. Goddard, of Ban
I-ake. Mr and Mrs. Walter liadlock. v '' ) '
Myrtle rinsree. Florence Wnttl. i
Louies Fiaher, Afton stahr Howard Jf
I'ingree. Frank Plngree, Homer Eccles Wa
and John McCune
Miss Catherine Hendershot of Og- p
den and Miss Lois Williams of Mom- g;
peller. Ida., returned Thursday morn- K ;t
lng from Nevada, Mo., where the V
Visited for several weeks as the 5
i .it Mia ai Brnestlns -md Helen
Mar Friday, former residents of HNa.
Mrs H T Marsh has returned from I
a visit with relatives In Cheyenne, T.
Cocoanut Oil Fine
for Washing Hair
If you want to keep your hair In
good condition, be careful what you
wash it with.
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali This dries
the ecalp. makes the hair brittle, and
lis very harmful. Mulslfied coeosnut
oil shampoo (which Is pure and entire-
;ly greaseleas). Is much better than WmRFi
anything else you can use for sham yy 1m
jPooing. as this can't posslblv injur.-
the hair ' ' Jit
Simply moisten your hair with water
and rub it in One or two taspoon I
fuls Will make an abundance of rich,
creamy lather, and cleanses the hair '
and scalp thoroughly Tho lathe,
rinses out easily, nnd removes every f
particle of dust, dirt, dandruif and ex
SSSiVe oil. The hair dries quickly an 1
evenly, and it leaves it fine and silky, k
bright, fluffy and easy to manage
You can get Mulslfied eocoanut oil B C
shampoo at moat any drug store. It Is
very cheap, and a few ounces Is I I
enough to last everyone In the family 1