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' SECOND "SECTION " OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAYMORNTnG, OCTOBER 3, 1920. " I
f HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY) I
Dainty Tea at
H j Berthana Gives
j Many Enjoyment
Over Two Hundred Guests
at Social Event on
jTjpl In keeping with tlic season of mul-
titudinous colors when Old Jack Frost
jmk- rules a kingdom of his own and folks
1 flit back from gay summer resort.,
Lfl .Mrs. George Gh-nn. Mrs Parley T.
MH Wright ami Mrs. Herbert William
HH Dunn were hostesses Tuesday after-
Vffl noon nt a perfectly appointed acfter-
RtB noon teal one of the early fall fune-
FT H lions, given from 3 until . o ciock at
IV the lovely Berthana. invitations were,
: I extended to Lwo hundred guests who
M ; . abed dui mg th 1 1 i n.
jBf Profusions of flowers in delicate
Hf shades of pink, blue ami white, worn
pD used as adornment in the reception
M hall, where two little girls, Mis Betty!
H - Weist and Miss Joyce Dunn, frocked
LaH in gowns of corresponding col'..:
B pink, blue and white, received Hi-3 '
I i cards of the guests In basket. In;
H the blu room, French Marigolds
ranged in attractivi baskets lenl
HHTi air of Charm. Tho dining rooni Was
7Bf . arranged as the tea room, with a
. w basket of French marigolds ;m.l corn!
fcfl J flowers centering the dainty tea tarj
Hl bles. A large bow of blue m.illne
1 was tied on th- handle of the basket,
Hl Those who poured tea during the
Hl afternoon were Mis. David Ecclea,
H Mrs. Heber Scowcroft, Mr.v Mark
J, Brown, Mrs. W. D. Brown, Mrs. E. O. i
lj Wattls and Mrs. Joseph Wright. AsH
Mg) stating in the dining room wt n
: I heln u Eccles, Ml Marlon Wright", ;
Miss Pauline Wright, Miss Lucile
E Wright, Miss Florence Dunn m l MiSS
H Juanita Scowcroft.
Mrs. George Glen. Mrs. Parley T. J
H Wright and Mrs. Herbert Dunn re-1
B 'lived the guest a Music for the no-
H caalon was given by the Lillian j
B A masquerade party was given for
members of the cast of the musical
fantasy. 'The Isle ol Dreams"'' Satur-,
1 dav evening, Sept. 25i at the home of!
Miss Xornu McCune at Roy Th
K fantasy has Just completed a success-!
H ful run in various towns of Weber and
H Davis counties ami closed until after
BBh Christmas when other trips are con-
BH templated. Their success was cele
rated at the party. Weird Hallowe'en
I l 1 and ei tviT" u ed
BV throughput the rooms of the McCune1
home and cb 1 ths were arranged
BBSI guests on every side. Miss Violet Hall
BBSI 3 Ogdeu, costumed as a gypsy, told,
BBfl fortunes during the evening Dancing!
BBfl I as enjoyed arid at 10 o'clock masques
BBB) were removed. Games were enjoyed j
until mldnlghl More than tift: dlf-
jjjflHj j ferent characters were depicted by the
BBBI , guests among whom were a number!
BBBj from Ogden and Klverdalc. Those
BBB! ' frpm Ogden were Misses Louise Fisher,
BBB' Cora Mortcnsen, and Violet Hall.
BBBj M. Hob Major. Arthur Grix an. I
BBBi Bar! Salter. Those from Blverdale
B were Agnes Bingham, Hazel Bingham,
BBB Melba Stiinson. Francis Hitter Oscar
KM Hiugl 'iii and Francis Bingham,
BB Mrs W. H. Reeder, Jr.. entertained
BBB at a family dinner in compliment to
B .Miss Ka Driver, of San Diego, Cal.il
who i . in Ogden at thi hi
BBB j of Mrs. James Wotherspoon, last Wed-
B ' nesday evening at her home. 106-1
B i Twenty-sixth street. Purple asters (n
cut glass bowls formed the decora-
BBb lions. Covers were laid for eight
I I guests.
la. Sacred Heart Alumnae association
BJ eld It regula
BW llbmr; Monde: evenlug. A program c
B of teis was arranged tor ths winter ,
Pageant groups: Top, left to right, Gladys Rich, Lucile Wright, Sherma Hendershot, Mrs. Edward I. Rich, Georgia
j Tate, Helen Hunter and Geo Lindsay; center, left to right, Sherma Hendershot, Helen Rich, Lillian O'Neill, Mrs.
Rich, Violet Hall and Phyllis King; lower, left to right. Mrs. Rich as Columbia; group picture, Mrs. Rich, Helen Rich,
! ' Lillian Hayes, Effie Remick, Nellie DeGroot, Eva Newton and Maude Andrews.
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The Mutual improvement assocla
Ipn of ih Second ward will give a
OIK B1 Qd "I ince at their amusement
iall iii Twenty-Btsth street; Friday
Mrs C. B. Fagg has returned to her
home In. Reedley. Cak. after a four
I mouth i - 1 T as the guest of Mr. and
I Mrs. W, II Reedor, Jr. Mr Fagg Is
ja ,".u ot Mrs. Kceilci .
Mr. ami Mrs Henry Baumelstef an
nounce Die engagement of their
daughter l.eona, to C. T. McDonough
lot LOS Angeleti. The wedding will
Lake place this mouth.
Mrs. Fannie Foltz of Reno, Nev.,
who h is been the guest of her sister. !
Mrs. Florence Lttrletfold. for two i
weeli 'i left for Portland; Ore., tor
, visit iter son.
PROGRAM OF INTEREST I
FOR UTAH FEDERATION
CONVENTION IN OGDEN H
j Women's Clubs or State to Participate in Varied List of
Events Which Opens Monday, October 1 I . Continu- t
ing Tuesday and Wednesday; Social
Diversions Also Arranged
The program for the twenty-seventh
annual convention of the Utah Fedcr
; atlon of Women's clubs, to be held
! in Ogden, October 11. 12 and 13. Is
, announced as follows:
Monday, Oct. U. ' v m
Executive board meeting.
' .Meeting of presidents "nd confer
ence" of the department of civics
Gcftci f1 Session, 10 M
1 Community singing
Address of welcome, Ma. or Frank
Ft incis, 1 igden.
j Response, president, Home Econom
I les club, Sallna.
Reports of .stewardship:
Mrs E. Q. Peterson, first ice presi
Mrs r:ose Stewart, third vice presl
I Mrs. H. it. Clark, fourth "vice pr'esi
Mra E5. 6 Cowans, corresponding
Mrs John Culley, recordi.ig sec
retary. Airs. O. J. Euklng, treasurer.
Mrs E E. Nelson, auditor.
Mrs. D. 11. Coray, journalist.
Presentation of new clubs, .Mrs. W.
F. Knox, state organizer.
Response, new club presidents.
Introduction of distinguished guests,
Mrs Anne F. Mjendorber, chairman
of Mlli. cr.. ,!... I wl r.,-.. I
May Bliss Dickinson, Boston, -hair-!
man "Mothercraft" Massachusetts
Federafion of Women's tMubs.
MlSi Marjoric Day, Bos Angeles,
community service worker.
Monday, Ocl. 1 1. j p. m
Community service session.
Reports of girls work, Mrs. Gilbert
Address, "The Club Woman's Re
, sponslblHtj to the Young people of
Hv r Crmiimini: Mrs. l'hili War
I ren Kinsely. Ogden.
Adcliesv. oiunnii.it v Service W ork
for Girls," Miss Murjorle Day
Sugg'.,tjonii. Mrs, OherndOrfer and
1 lo i, 1-
Tea at Berthana. ogden City club
J . ubig s asl6n, s p. m
I Community Singing, directed by
Mrs. Anile F. Oboriidorfer.
i Addres.'-. '.Mothercraft,- May Bliss
Address, "Americanization Through
Muse.- .Mrs. Anne j'. Oberndorfer
TuttHlny, on. ij. ! . sn.
Health com'erenue Dr. Jane Skoi-fl-ld.
I ft . M.
President's address, .Mia i:. o.
i Leatherwodd, Salt Lake.
Musical .;i lection.
iv6polS .u.s. iciwa-.-d Buhsel. gen-
Bo'an Wothbrapoon, son ol -Mr. ami
Mis. James Vv'otiiCsrspoon. let Monuas
afternoon for Chicago where ne will
attend the University tf Chicago.
Members of the Lynn waid enter
tained at a farewell party lust Thurs
day evening for Mrs. Hattlc Randal!,
j who Leavei soon for an oastern states
I mission to join her husband, Mr. Kan
dull ha been working there for the
past year. Tle tollow.ng prcgratn was
gi cn :
Iviolln sold "Melody" (Tschalkqw-
skD Mis .Mary Pfsher.
Vocul solo, selected
. v iiii::m ii Man nine
I Piano 'solo "Impromptu" (Reinhold)
Miss Kathryn Fisher
Recitation "The Swan Boat"
. . Mamie Delbrath
'oca 1 Molo, s lected . . . j
Miss .I...- p'me- Shorten
Violin sold "The Uanebreak'' (Sam
,.. 1, M.IIK
-M 13a I- ,.-,, v
Mr. ami Airs B. llalsled hae re-j
turned from u very enjoyable trip to
the coast. During their stay they Visit
ed many of Uu principal cities and
Mrs. Henrietta IS. Williams, widow
of Ezra o. Williams, eel bra ted her
ninety-third birthday Monday at hr
home, 8228 Hudson avenue. An ex
cellent progrum was gtxen during the
afternoon with selections given by Mrs.
Bernlce Tyree. Miss Lucile Williams. j
Mrs. Murinda Pool. Jo.- Bee. Miss I
Trances Cragun and Mr.. I.essie I.
Draper. Reminiscences were glvtsn by!
Mra Williams, Mrs. Bertha BS'ccles,j
Bishop Myron B liichardson and Mrs.,
Pool. Dances were given by Mrs.'
Williams and Mr. and Mrs. W I Lee. I
Refreshment were served by Mrs.
Bucv E. Godfrey. Mrs. Louise Uever
Idge. Mrs Qlisabeth Tracy, Mrs. Ellen
Lee, Mrs. Bessie. L. Draper and Miss
i ineida Anderson.
Mrs. h. s. Seager entertained ut a
linen shower Tuesday afternoon at her
home, 7 Twenty-seventh street, in
QOmpllment to .Miss Cora Seager, Octo
ber bride Twenty-four guests were
present. Many beautiful gifts were
presented to the bride-elect During
Hjc early hours of I hi- afternoon, the,
time was given to the playing of games
ufter which a luncheon was served
Peep rations in the home were well
carried out. in the liing room, big
red oriental poppies held prominence.
While in the reception hall, lavender
popples Lent an air of effective charm.
Tin- table in Hie dining mom WSS 'i
ranged in bell shape and was centered.
With a basket of fruit. Dainty place
cards were laid for lh guests. Mrs.
v. n. Smith and Mrs. r. Cunningham
assisted Mrs. Seager .Mrs Smith and
Mrs. George A. mil were Salt Lake!
Mrs. Karl V Brunke left Tuesday I
for her home In Palo Alto, Cal . aft-r
visiting for a month with her parents,!
All. and Mrs. Simmons.
eral federation director for Utah; Mra.
R, s. Porter, retiring general ftdera
tion director for Utah; Mrs. Clesson
s. Kinney, Honorary vice president, H
geherai federation; Mrs E. M Bed
yard, Mrs. O J. Bnklng, Mrs. Charles
Henser, Mrs. N. J. Colter, Mrs. e. o
i Wattls. Mrs. E. E. Corfman, Miss Gla
I dys Rich.
Remarks. Mrs. Oberndorfer and Miss
1 Dickinson. B
Tuesday, Oct 12, 2 v. ftf.
Report, national educational con
ventlon at Washington. Mrs. Ezra C.
Report, national welfare convention,
New Yoik Mrs. John A. Widtsoc.
Reports from chairmen of depart- I
mf'nts: . IH
Education, Miss Alice Reynolds,
Home economics, Miss Jeau Cox,
Industrial and social conditions,
I Mrs. Mr Bride, Tooele.
Conservation of national resources,
Mrs. George Sperry, Nephi.
reform, Mrs. J T 5el-
ess, Salt Ike.
Literature and library, Mrs. Eva C.
Public hcaltii. Dr. Jane Skolfleld,
Musi, Mrs W J. Barrett, Salt Lake. H
Leglskiiloii, .Mr- Clesson S. Klnnev. M
Child . Ifare, Mis. Archie Bowman, j
vii. Mra. Joseph B Morfejl, Ogden.
Address, " Women In Industry," H.
L. Herrington. representative Nutional
Canners association. H
Reports, standing committees:
e, Mrs John Culle; ,H
Qndownment fund. Mrs. R. B.
College loan fund. Mrs. Clesson S.
Badge ami pin committee, Mrs. L. E.
Spi akers' bureau. Mis. S"m. M.
Tuesday, 5 P. M.
Annual banquet, Weber club.
The Drnmu duo of Ogdeu will pre
s ni two one-act plays with special -fM
.uiisii ul numbers at the Weber Normal fl
Wodi ay, nt 1. tf:30 A. If. 1"
Community singing. H
import of 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 . on credentials.
Election of officers.
Report from each club president,
"Whal Can W . Do Pot our Girls?"
IV 1 dnesda 1 A 1 nlng.
Address, Prof w m. A. McKeever,
KM,- jd 11 Laber- H
1 lull COblldge and daughter. 'H
Gertrud . Boston, M isa., are visiting
.t tl ' homi of Mrs. Gertrude Coolidgo
at Taylor ami Twenty -fifth street.
Thi will visit in igdt n for the com
lllfi two K
The Bible school of the First Chrt.v 'H
Ban church will observe today as Rally sl
du. lh- primary departments will
has,, charge of the opening exer !
rises iu the main school and parents jf
of the children an- especially invited
10 be present. This is also desig
Dated as tie- home coming day after
the summer vacation and it is urged
that all members of the church and
si bool plan to be present. Services
.Mr. and .Mrs. A. II. Moyes visited ; iH
1 Sail Lake last week-end with their iH
daughter, Mrs. A. W. Long. L Jl
Mr and .Mrs. M. S. Browning have JH
Lh .1 eucsts for a few rlnv. in-
Mi- . ' .nili. lil of I'r.-'to1 . ifl
Idaho Dr. and Mrs Canfield cami ro M
1. lend the wedding of thei H
son. Charles Canfield. and Miss Els e H
Flshor, which took place Thursday.
llu Twelfth Ward .Mutual assocP
entertained VVednesdaj evening
at a wedd.ug carnival in the ward 1
amusement hall .More than two hun-
di ed couides present w ere greatly in- ;
torusted in the novelty of the affair. H
A mock wedding ceremony was cai -
ried out with Dr. W. H. Petty and
Dave Wilson taking the part of th.- 1 H
prominent characters. Fortune tellii ig ( IH
booths, ice cream and cake booths,
beauty parlors and a fish pond were iH
among the many attractions of thi jil
evening. A cabaret entertainment war H
given by the Cunningham minstrels.
Dancing was also enjoyed until a lac fH
Miss Elva Johnson entertained at 1 S iH
birthday surprise party Thursday eve- i
nlng In honor of Mrs. Alvln H. John- jH
son ai ner Dome, B002 yumoy ave- sssssj
nue. Fall flowers formed the dccoi - IH
aliens of tho Johnson home. Supi
was served late in the evening. Tha fLH
table was centered with a bowl of pin ILLh
and wlm and lilies. The guests
were entertained at two tables of pro- '
grosslve five hundred and honors
were won by Miss .Marion Carter and r'fH
Clyde A. Chilton. Mrs. Clyde A. Chil-
ton and George Stewart received the
consolation prizes. Guests present for
the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
A- Chilton. .Miss .Marion Carter. Miss
Esther Sepplch, George Stewart,
harles Balch. Mr and Mrs. Ah in H.
Johnson and Miss Elva Johnson.
Mr. ami Mrs. C. S. Gunnell spent
Tuesduv and Wednesday in Salt Lake.
Mr and Mr.-'. Doughs A. Swan of ;
1 . 1 un.nl ill,, ivi . Ic -enf! as thi BH
;-,.j. -ts of Mrs-. Swan's parents, Mr an I Sl
Mrs William Douglas, at their home
In' the Fairview apartments. Mr. ami .fl H
Mrs, Swan were on their way to the