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V 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-LXAMlINfcK SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1920. fjM
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I Members of the Sewoln Swarm of !
. the Seventh ward wore entertained
Wednesday evening at the home of i
Mihs Jessie Burton. All members were
d reused In costume. A pleasant cve
nlng was spent in singing, dancing
and playing games Prizes were won
bv Thelmn Nasfell Verna Pardoe,
Alice Clark and Rater Jorden, A
cafeteria luncheon was served.
Those enjoying the evening were:
BTelen Tanner, Margaret Taylor. Thol
ma Nasfell. Ada Oramor. Thelma
Moulding, Ester Jordan, Alice Clark,
Verna Pardoe. Emmallne Ophelkcns.
Wllhelmlns Ver Ham, Voda Welch,
'. Jessie Burton.
Quiet and impressive, the wedding
' of Miss Doris Chase, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Byron Chase, and John H
old Richards was solemnized vi odnes
dav evening about 8 o'clock In the
Sait' Lake temple The bride was
dressed in cream satin, with an over
dress of georgette crepe Sh carried
white verbenias. After the ceremony.,
a buffet luncheon was served at the
home of the bride's parents Fall
flowers of every color lent a charm to
the rooms of the Chase residence!
Late in the evening. Mr. and Mrr.
Richards left on their honeymoon trip
! and will be gone for two weeks. I heir
destination is unknown. They will re
turn to Ogden to make their home
and will be at home to their fiends (
after November 1 at r,12 Twelfth,
Mrs o E McMullen and daughter,
Joyce, who have been guests of Mrs.
' Mullen's parents. Mr and Mrs. I N.
Fulton return Thursday to their home
In Salt Lake.
Mrs .lohn Incn and daughters, Mar
Icelle and Frances, have returnee from
a month's visit on the Pacific coast.
Mm Charles McCoy, who has been
the guest Of Mr. and M John CUU
fey for the past week, luu ' turned
to' her home in Lake Charles, L
Paul T Garver left Monday tor Los
Vnoeles Cal.. bv way of S.:n Francisco.
He will attend the University of South
'cm California during the .vinter
Mr. and m.s. Daniel R. Pettj trtd
on of Salt Lake motored to Ogden
1 ,st Sunday and were the gU( Ol
.li. and Mrs. Edward Duggan Tor the
Mrs J A. Fcrraro has returned
from a visit in California.
Mrs W W. Watts and her two chil
dren returned from a six weeks' VlSlI
in Los Angeles and other coast points.
Mr and Mrs. J. W. SLaley and
daughter of ogden were week-end vis
,lors of Mr and Mrs. Roberl .l-nkln
of Layton. m
Lawrence E. Tillotson I , i returned
from the Society islands where he n is
been engaged In missionary work ior
Qip past thirty-nine months,
r , .
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nflson of U
gan announce the wedding of their
daughter. Jenne.lt. to Andrew r GU-.-on
of Salt Lake The marriage took
place Saturday. Sept. II. T'- will
make their home in Silt Lake.
Mis Dorothy Do Puy ha relumed
M her home In Logan after H Six
weeks' visit hero us the gueat of her
aunt, Mrs. H. A. Soderberg.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Long of Salt
lake were the guesl for the week-end
of Dr. and Mrs J W Pid.ock.
Mrs- J. V Foster and son, Roy, and
daughters. Maxine and Dorothy, of
Sacramento. Cal.. are visiting Mrs.
Poster's parents, Mr. and Mia, William
Mrs R. N. Scale of Dallas. Texas,
.nd Miss Gail Kealy are visiting in
I igden as the guests ol their parents.
Mr. and Mrs M. J. Healy
Miss Florence Wattle was the rom-
H piimented guest of honor u an mior-
i i'danelng party Mondas evening at
H the home of Miss Jenness Smith 8187
H Adams avenue Miss Watt Is left
H' Thursdav for Northampton, Mass., to
K ttend Smith's college. The affair was
Informal Zinnias marigolds deco-
H rated the rooms and held prominence
H the room Guests for the
1 Included Miss Miss
K Avon Rich. Miss Afton Stahr,
W Catherine Hendershot, Miss Blanche
H, lit owning, Curlyle Murphy.
Burrows. Prank Plngree,
H . Wflford Moench and Will Smith. Ai'li i
Hr tiit dancing party. the
H Miss Smith a slumber'
H Miss Maud Polker and Miss Violet
K. Tvcrson entertained ut a linen shower
I Monday afternoon in honor of Miss
alia IverBon. bride of the week. The,
affair was given at the Iverson home,
-,,1 Washington avenue, Games, mu
H sic and dancing formed the diversion ,
The supper served ut 6 o'clock,
with covers laid for sixteen guests Kail
H flowers were used in the decoration
the home the table.
entertained a few friends Tn' s-
1 ...... u . ? ... T'ii.Tiw.iuja i
day evening at dinner The occasion
was tin- anniversary of Mr Taylor's
birthday. A cut glass vase, filled with
asters and ferns, formed the center- '
pieCe I'or the table. three-course j
dinner was served. Covers were laid:
foi ' ight.
Mr and Mrs. Prank Driggs and
daughter, Nellb. have returned from
their home in Ogden canyon
Mr and Mrs. Robert Orlev Mont
gomery and Utile daughter. Dorothy,
have returned from West Gorden,
where they Visited at the home of
Mrs. Montgomery's sister Mrs J B.
in compliment to Miss Ella Don-
nelly of Eureka, I'tah, who has been
el..- guest of Mrs P. J. Hirt of Ixnn
Pair park, a parly was glen Friday
afternoon The P''ty motored to
North Fork canyon, when the da)
spent In climbing and games The
tolowmg guests were Included In the
party: Mrs W II. Childs. Mr.t F. R.I
( lark, Miss Ella Donnelly, Miss Grace
llir:, Mrs H. Gudmunsen. Mrs. L J.
.ill tii., Mis. J P. G i ml In, Mrs H A
Matthews and Mrs W. H. Qullllnln
Francis Hirt and Louis Grh'fln left
Saturday for Logan to attend the
Utah Agricultural college for the com
E. D. Stone, who has rein ed afti t
30 years in the postal service, was the
complimented guest at a surprise pal ty
given Saturday, September 11, at his
home, .131 Twenty-first street Dur
ing the cyohing Postmaster George E.
Browning, on behalf of thos- present,
presented Mr. Stone with an automatic
shotgun, In a few words, Mr. Stone
thanked Ins guesis for their favor and
n Sftrd. Shor addresses were also
mad by Inspectors C. F Dutton and
!. Blake. Card games were en
oyed during the evening. Musical
selections were given by Vera Peter
son, pianist; Winifred Hutchinson,
violinist; Ernest Shrceve, guitar;
George C. Green and Glen Stone, vo
calists Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. E L' Stone. Mr. and Mrs, George
E Browning, inspectors H. W. Blake
and C. F Dutton, Mr and Mr. R A.
Garner, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Betts,
Frank B. Clayton, Inez coi-tez. J H.
Clancy. John T. Firth, Mr and Mrs.
rn Polk man. S. .1. Grix. Daisy A.
McOraw, Mr. and .Mrs. T. P Preshaw.
Edgar a. Stevenson, Archibald Stew
art. Mr and Mis A. R Ward, Mr. and
Mss. John E. Williams. Jr. Enoch
HJprt, EL L Westaway. K. C. ClApper
ton, Mr and Mrs Robert W. Cunnlng
i i i. Har..'.; I; Crampton. Wilford O
'i nner. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kaycs.
Marh KouWi Leona Cunningham. Mr
and Mrs. H. II. Lltzenberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Manning Mr and Mrs.
W. D McGregor, Clarence H. Spence,
Caeb a shreeve. Leone Wright, Bra-
Shre-ve. David B. Wilson, P. E.
Whltear, W A Knight, George C.
Green, Lillian Green, A. W. Bingham.
Mr. and Mrs Loroy S.one. Mr and
Mrp, A Lr Stone. Glen Stone. Mr. and
William II. Stone. Mrs B. T
Hut Vera Peterson, Winifred Hutch
inson. George Bowman. A. M Hodge,
IfASters Clare. Dowal and Ralph Pet
ersen and R W. Cunningham. Jr.
Mis. p. i Kaiser of Denver, Colo,
i. vi ting .u the home of her sister,
'j ! Xhenn, nt 843 Twenty
.r and Mrs. v,.'illinm Burton have
returned to th.- cit) after spending the
summer in the canyon.
-Mis. Marion McBratnev entertained
Tuesday afternoon in compliment lo
her daughter, MiuS Dorothy MRrai-rn-y.
whose marriage to Clyde M
;wm takes plaice on the twenty-third
-f the nior.th. The jnrt; was given
m her home. 2 r29 Lincoln avenue, a
olor scheim of red and white was
effectively carried out, with tiny red
and w'n'de hearts predominating. In
oho room crimson snapdragons were
SI "nged prettiU in ases and baskets
'thcr fall flowers were also used On
th table in the dmlng room, tiny
kewpio dolls dressed as a bride and
groom, with the appropriate bridal
party formed 'lie rr mterpieoe, Heart
ped placccards were laid for slx-i
te n guests Members of tho bridal
party. Loutsn and Mary Baloman of
Salt Lake were also present.
Miss Mildred Wilton left Thursday
i"i ih-' aasl She will attend the Mc
iCendl II school In Illinois.
Lea Bennett !eft Thursday for Chi
cago where he will attend the Uni
versity of Chicago
Mis Jessie Benson will leae Mon
day for Berkeley where she will at
tend the Unlverslt) of CallfornU
Miss Lillian Mlnson ami hei brother
Ma9ter Royal Mlnson nave returned
fiom a month's vacation spent In
Lovelock, Nov., at the home of her
brother, Mr and Mrs Reginald Mln
son. Mrs. G. C Klmen was the honored
g i. .it i birthdaj part, given on
Wednesday, September 8, at her home,
b lie mernbers of her club. The af
ternoon was spent In pleasant enjoy
men! A lanty glass sherbet set was
I presented to the honored guesi Lunch-
P maintained throughout S.l
" entire process of man- 5y
ufartur. !'?rythln(j always Pinrirui iriv Mrr
aernpulously rlean an-l open to LcTTST ZEzL Ht2L
Insi-ctlon Butter guaranteed TOR THE FINEST TRADE
I I absoiuteiy pure, NELSON-RICKS CREAMERY
j SAWTLAKI. OGOtN
Sa - - -
eon was served to the following Mrs
.T T Campbell. Mrs nHnnlon. Mrs.
M. J. O'Connor, Mrs J. B. Parks. Mrs.
P.. M. Krumpermon, Mro. Huge Armel,
Mrs. A. E. Rruerton. Mrs. A. Holley,
Mrs. R Ford, Mrs A Ranndcn. Mrs.
I M Lelnefl Guests for the afternoon
were Mrs. C C. Berlnger and Mrs
Mrs 0 Hanlon aas the compliment
ed guest at a shower surprise last i
Wednesday afternoon at her home ;
Mrs. (" Hanlon was a bride of the past,
month. She was presented with fl
Klass sherbet sot. Those who were
present were Mrs G. C. Kimes. Mr?
J. M Lcinon, Mrs Helen Parks, Mrs.
A. Ramsden, Mrs R Pord, Mrs A.'
Hollcv, Mrs. Huwh Armel, Mrs E M
Krumperman Mrs J. E. Pans, MM
M. .1 O'Connor and Mrs. Campbell.
Mrs. Margaret Ilnnroy left the first
of the week for California, where she,
expects to spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C Hanle
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Kathryn, to lawrence CI
Gunning of Portland Ore The wed
ding will take place October 6, at the
St. Joseph's Catholic chur.h In this,
Miss Hasseltine Blms, one of the at-,
tractive fall brides, was the compli
mented guest at sceral affairs dur
ing the week Wednesday evening,
Miss Emma Pidcock entertained with
a shower at her home on Twenty-1
fourth street In honor of Miss Blms. I
The eening was spent in enioabie en
tertainment and cards. At a late hour
a delicious lunchern was served to the
lollowlng Miss Hasseltine Sims, Miss:
Edna Gilchrist. Miss Lcanore Hall,
Miss Miss Prancls MeCrcady, Miss
Rose Ellis. Miss Erma Williams, Miss
.Nan Williams, and Miss Pidcock. Miss
Pidcock was assisted by her j
mother, Mrs William H Pld?
cock and her sister. .Mis. Albert'
White. .Miss Sims was the recipient
of many beautiful gifts. Mrs. Al
bert Erlckson and Mrs. H. E. Skln
I ner also complimented Miss Sims at el
Shower. Profusions of flowers were'
used throughout the home. The evo-j
tilng was spent in delightful entertain
ment. Luncheon was served to the
k U4 sts. wiio were seated at one large
table! Dainty knotted ribbons were ar
ranged In a pretty canopy oer the
(table and looped down to each place
' Dalnt bouquets of flowers were laid
tor each guest with tln cards at
tached, Those present were, Mrs. Mits
) I is-ielUm .smi''. M.- l.n Vern Malned.
Mrs J s Mnith. Mrs. Kenneth Tripp.
, Mrs Melburn Prencn. Miss Nell
j Driggs. Miss Capltoia P.ngree Miss
Grace Jennings. Miss Rosa Mostellar.
;it-s Lenors Hail Miss rorothy Ta -lor.
Miss carnal Smith. Miss Plorcnce
Risei Idlss ISdyths Shields, Miss Mil
dred Barton Miss RUth Winters, Mir?
1 riazel Turner, Mr. Lavid Turner Out
of town guehts were Miss Clarene
M;ss Leila and Miss Helen Sims, of
Bah l .i ' i. sisters of the bride-to-be
Drama club of Ogden will hold
its next regular meeting Saturday, .Sep-!
lember 25. at the Knights of Pythias
Hall. The program arranged for the1
meeting lollows: St. John Ervlne."
Mrs. Beauvard; 'Jane Clegy," cast
Mrs Andrew Plark Mrs. Joseph EJ.
ifivans. Mrs. rthur Woollcy. Miss
Kattiryn Joce. Miss Dorothy Wright!
vocal solo iC Villers Stanford). .Miss
!Kathr'n Joyce cello solo. Miss Helen:
Hunter. 5 o'clock tea will follow the
I meeting. Mrs William King and Mis
Etoyal Eccles will be the hostesses.
The Phllathea clut of the Pirst;
! Methodist church will meet Tuesda ,
j September 21, "t 8 o'clock at the real-'
oc-nce of Mrs C K. Smith. 2023 Childs
avenue, and will holo men- reguiari
business and social meeting Miss Ma
bel Ralph and Miss Viola Clancj will
assist a hostesses for tho c'ilng
Mrs E. C Stuart was hostess at a
parcel shower given In compliment to
; her daughter. Loretto. ut her home
2552 Wall avenue. Friday evening
About thirty guests were present.
Games ami musical entertainment was
enjoyed until a lote" hour Luncheon
I was served. Miss Doris Paine assisted
Mrs Stuart Fall flowers were used
I Mrs. C F. Dlnsmore of 939 Twenty
i fourth street has returned from a fiv e
I week's visit at Devil s Slide In Weber
canyon. Mri Gertrude Blddle Bojor
jquls and Mr. and Mrs. G K. Cannell
I of California are now visiting at the
With an attendance of nearly all of,
tho members of the Altriait society,'
the first meeting for the year was held
Thursday evening at tho Knights of
Pythlae hall. Enthusiasm manifested
on the part of those present promises
a winter of exceptional work In the i
presenatlon of the comedy and drama
this season, the American legion will ;
cooperate with the Allriart society, I
Several new members were admitted to!
the society, upon vote of present mem-
ber.H Bob Major, president, gave an
Interesting talk on "The Future and
Mission of the Altriart Society "
Mrs John Culley. Judge D. E. Sul
livan nnd Superintendent B. A. Fooler
alpo gave short addresses during the!
i evening Mrs Culley stated tbat an I
organization like the Altriart was one!
,of the best to develop home talent and
thai Ogden would surely uphold its
I efforts. The follow ing program wa3
1 given .
Vocal solo. Miss Josephine Shorten
' Dramatic reading
i Ella O'Neil Ballanlyne
Aesthetic dance, "Peek-a-boo". ..
Misses Anita and Dorothy Green
Short talk, "Democracy as an Asset"
Mrs. John Culley j
Violin so'o Miss Mary Fisher
Talk, Future and Mission of the Al
President Bob Major
Song and pantomine. "Smiles"
Anita and Dorothy Green
Talk 'Our Value to the Community,"
j President Ben A. Fowler
Piano solo Frances O'Neil
Talk ' Duly and Organization of the
Altriart Society," . .
Judge Dan E. Sullivan
Vocal solo Mrs S. P. Dobbs
Talk, Harmony in Music and Ac
Lester Hinchcliff. director of music
i Scarf dance Ruth Graham
Piano solo Earl Salter
1 Duty of Each". . .
I William H Manning, assistant di
rector of music
Members of the club will meet dur
ilng ihe coming week to decide on the
j musical comedy nnd to arrange ihe
cast of characters
j The ladles of the Heatherbll club
mot Monday afternoon with Mrs. Mar
garet Anderson at her home in Kanes
vllb A short business meeting was
held, after which a soclol hour was
enjoyed. Games were played and
J prizes were awarded to Mrs. Llszle
I Hoggan and Mrs. Resale Cleve Later
a dainty luncheon was served to the
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guests. The hostess was assisted bv
Mrs Ethel Anderson and Mrs. Annie
Cole. The ladles will meet in October
with Mrs Lizzie Moyea on Lincoln ave
nue. Tea will be served from 3 until 5
o'clock by the members of the Miriam
( hnpter, No 14. order of the Kastern
Star. Monday afternoon at the Ma
sonic temple. Hostesses for tho after
noon win be Mrs H. C Marehant,
Mrs A. Johnson. Mrs. Harry L. White. '
Mrs. R T. Hume Mr.; Bruce Stevens, !
Mrs H Aabel. Mrs. William i"ral,
Mr. A J Podoon. Mrs F. W. Watson '
and Mrs Otto P. Meckcs.
Woman's Missionary society of the,
Firei Presbyterian church will meet '
.it the home of Mrs. H. D. UcCune.l
556 Twenty-fourth street, Friday af-i
i ternoon at 2:30 o'clock
Mrs S P Millar will be hostess to
! the members of the White Rose club
at her home, 171 Patterson avenue,
Friday afternoon All members .ire
n luested to be present
I The members of the O. B J. club
wi re entertained at the home of Evc
lyn wiuiams Baturday evening, Sep
tember 19. uames, music anu uuucnij
were ino initial features during the
e veiling. Refreshments were served,
after which plans were made for a
moonlight hike next Saturday evening
The members of the club art. Lavon
Green well, Alta Iverson, Florence
Brlttina. Alice MMaeBeth, Lucille Bes
lonS, Flalne Bingham. Evelyn W'l!-'
Mams, George Mechalson. Leonard
Bradaon. Bill Blakely. Walter Wright,
Jess Hansen. Henry Chlpp and Roy,
Mrs. A D. Barber was hostess to the
nembeis of her sewing club Tuesday!
afternoon at her home. 1132 Twenty-j
rifth street A color scheme In pink
and white wn.s carried out with asters
and clematis. Refreshments were
Served at the close of the afternoon I
Mrs. Barber was assisted by hori
mother, Mrs. Mary Gaddls.
Mrs B C Murphy was hostess Tues-1
da evening to the members of her
Five Hundred club at her home, 948
Washington avenue Two tables of
cards were enjoyed with honors
r warded lo Mrs. J L Whltaker. A
.luppor was served, jellow flowers dec-,
crating the table
Members of the board of the Daugh
ters of the Pioneers w ill rnctt Monday,
Sept. 20, at 2 30 o'clock, at the home
ol Mrs. W H Reeder, Jr. 1064 Twen
ty -sixth street
Mrs. Ray Stone, 736 Canyon Road,
entertained the members of the 1-aF
Cos club Thursday afternoon Fhc
Hundred was played with Mrs. J. C
Green and Mrs. David Turner claim
ing the honors Fall flowers were
uied In the decorative effect V four
course luncheon waa served. The club
v 111 meet In two weeks with Mrs. Ma
in I Miller on Seventeenth street.
Mrs Paul Frankc was hostess to ihe
members of tho C E. C club Thurs
day afternoon at her lovely residence,;
D74 Blnford avenue The home ua
decorated In the club colors of ellow
nnd white After an afternoon spent
In needle work and quiet Boclal chat,
a delicious luncheon was served. A
basket filled with yellow and whit'
fall floweia. the handle of which was
tied with a white mallne bow, formed
the attractive, centerpiece for the
tabic Appropriate placcards, in
corresponding colors, were laid for the
following. Mrs. R Carson Mrs W It
.sfK-nce, Mr:-. Blshoff, Mrs, i Server,
Mrs. J. G Van Neaa, Mro E. C. Os
borne. Mrs J. D. Taylor. Mrs. F. E.
Helntzelmtin and the hostess.
The Ladles' Literal) society met
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. R. B.
Porter on Washington avenue. The
business hour was opened promptly
and work for the year was discussed.
The resignation of Mrs. Julia Eccles.
president, was accepted by the mem
bers. Mrs. Eccles expects to be out
of ORden during the Winter months
and Will not be able to attend to club'
work During the afternoon a pro-l
Kram was given, this being In (.harne,
of Mrs P A Hcrdtl. A paper was
read from the Literary Digest by Mrs.
1 X. Pulton, while Miss Thomas read
an article from the American Maga
zine entitled, The Mo.t Wonderful
Dope Sheet In the World.'' Two vocal
selections were given by Vera Delama
ter. and Miss Frances O'Neil enter
tained with two piano selections Mrs.
MM'orcy. of Louisiana, was the guest
for the afternoon
Queen Esther chapter No. 4, Order
Df the Eastern Star, held their first
--ocl.il tea Wednesday afternoon In the
Musonlc temple Hostesses were Mes-1
lunies Wlnans, Volt, Black man, Alli
son, Blshoff, Steed, Wilson, Forbes,
i chs, Misses Helen Miller. Jennie Bar
linger and Rae Hubentha) Cards were
snjoyed during the afternoon. Re-j
freshments were served.
Salt Lake Society
Mrs Hyrum Hnynes of San Fran
cisco w.is the honored gu st of the
Tuesday Bridge club at a luncheon
at the Country club yesterday after
noon. Garden flowers In the autumn
I'.nts were arranged ns a centerpiece
for tho luncheon table. Tho club
members Include Mts F L. Gordner,
Mrs. Thomas O'Connor Mrs A D.
Smith, Mrs. George P Smith, Mrs. W.
F. Culmer, Mrs. E. H. Dormer, Mis
Wesley E King, Mrs George B. Loek-
nart, Mrs Joseph Connor, Mrs H B
Welsh. Mrs. W. w Warner, and Mrs.;
Ilarr Bracken The extra invited
guests were Mra. Maude Clarke, Mrs. J
W- R. Thurston and Mrs Bruce Kra-i
mer. Mr., Eiaynes, who Is the guest1
or Mrs. Maud- Clarke, was B foi mer
member of the Tuesdyv Bridge elub
and has been extensively entertained
during her visit In the city
Mr nnd Mrs Paul L Davenport,
Miss Minnie Thorn and Lawrenca H.
Heath entertained at a large dancing
party last Wednesday night at the
Iionnevillo Gardens In honor of Miss
Allene Margetts, whose marriage to
Lorenso B. Young will take place ati
an early date. Autumn leaves and a1
variety of the curly fall flowers wero:
arranged In tull wicker baskets. The1
law n was bright with festoons of j
lighted Japanese lanterns Light re-:
freshments were served during the
evening Assisting the hosts and hos
teases were Miss Clara Heath, Miss
Helen Moseberg and Miss Marion
Thorn The guests numbered 125
Miss Sarah Burton, daughter of Mr
and Mr.s Walter J Burton, gav.- a
luncheon Wednesday afternoon at her
home on Seventh Last street In honor
ol MiSS Mary Hansen, a bride of the
month A crystal basket of Ophelia;
i-us.-s ti.-d with a fluffy bow of pink
tulle formed the centerpiece fcr the
luncheon table The place cards wore
hand-painted miniature Yrides. The i
hostess was assisted by her mother,
Mrs Walter J. Burton. Covers wen
laid for Mr?. Nephl Hansen, mother
cf the guest of honor. Miss LaRUS
Hansen. Miss Grace Richards, Mrs
Fred Moreton. Mrs. Edwin S. Felt.
Miss Fulvio vlns, Miss Virginia Claw
son, Miss Frances Gibbs. Miss Eliza
beth Cannon and Miss Golda Hyde
Mrs. Claude S. Rennion entertained
in honor of Mrs. J. V McConnell of
Los Angeles Wednesday afternoon at
a luncheon followed by a kensington
at her home on Harvard avenue Zin
nias and ferns In a crystal basket
ormed the centerpiece for the table.
The guests numbered ten Mrs M -Connell
is tho guest of Mrs M R Bv
ans e -
Mrs. C R Moon entertained .it an
Ol'pheum matinee purtv Wednesday
afternoon, followed by a tea. in honor
of Miss J. Wood of Ixis Angeles, who
In the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Parry
Glanfield The guests, besides the hos
tess and the guest of honor, were Mrs.
Ferry Glanfield. Miss Dorothy Glan
field, Mrs J. Hilton. Mrs. Gus Rlppe.
and Mrs R C Rose.
The wedding of Miss Mell Homer,:
and William BeEDhley Saylor took
Id. ue Wednesd.iv morning at 10:
o'clokc at the homo of the bride s sis-1
ter Mrs- O J P. Wldtsoe. 3S2 Wall
REGISTRATION WILL CONTINUE
UNTIL SEPT. 27 AND 28
Due to requests from many students who cannot enter
earlier registration at the U. A. C. will continue until
Sept. 27 and 28.
The Utah Agricultural College
The Home of Efficient Education.
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street. The eeremon was performed 1
bj President Nephl L. Morris a wed
ding breakfast was served after the
ceremony for the immediate families
ard a few close friends.
Lavender and pink were the pre
dominating colors in the decorations
In the library asters in crystal vases
w re used Crysnnthemums in (all
wicker baskets were placed In the liv
ing room The breakfast table had1
as a centerpiece a mirrored crystal
bowl of petunias on a Madeira laci
cloth over lavender satin. Covers
were laid for thirty-five Assisting!
Mrs Wldtsoe were her mother. Mrs
W, II Homer, her slsteis. Mrs Fred
Merrill and Mrs. W. l. smith of Brig-
ham City Miss Blanche Cooper Miss
Anna Wldtsoe, Mrs. Ray Dorius Mr-?
Etta Atkins. Mrs. Cora Sheldahl The
couple left on tho early afternoon train'
foi 1 alifornis They will make their;
home at Alameda
a a a
Mr. and Mrs E O. Howard and T.
Ullls Browne entertained thirty guests'
ut a dinner dance last Thursday eve
ning at the Alta club In honor of Miss
Frances Glenn Walker, daughter of
Mrs. Matthew Walker, and John Wal
lace, son of Mr and " Mrs William R
Wallace, whose marriage will ink'
dace Saturday . Dinner was served;
;.t one long table set In the green room.i
A doll dressed ns a bride on S mound i
ol white asters formed the center-,
niece for the table. The bride's plac e
was nmrked with n shower of white'
asters tied with white stin ribbon. 83av
The place cards were monogram med
with gold Following the dinner danc- MB
ing was enjoved in the gold room. of 1
a a MM
Mrs L. M. Williams entertained at u !rM
lea Wednesday afternoon at her home mRsk
on Ramona avenue, from 4 until t SnB
o'clock. Snapdragons in red and w hite tBal
colors were arranged in wicker bas- ggfl
kets. Music was furnished during the ffSlli
afternoon by the Farley trio. The LBTm
guests numbered seventy-five. wlvHi
Mile Mathilda Domenge has return- f ffl
ml from a trip to Europe Mile Dom- 1 itw
e :p- visited with friends and relatives
In Paris and Alx-les-Balntc She also tjij
mudo a tour of the devastated area "f h-V-S
France, and after her return to tho WcB
I'nited States spent a few weeks with JritSfc'lj
friends in Florida, Jm
In a simple and artistic setting, thu
wedding oi Miss Ellen Louise Orlob. HNgrk
daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. C. A. F. Or- Bflfflg
lob. and Gordon Ballantyne Sutherland
took place Thursday morning in
o'clock at the home of the bride's par- ' '
cuts on J street. The ceremony was a?
performed by George ii Walla 1
the Ensign stako in the presence of tifV
the immediate families and a few close I'tt-
V profusion of late summer flowers I
decorated the rooms. In the llvlnjc ' ,
room palms, ferns and autumn leaves ! ;
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