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SECOND SECTION " OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1920. , l
llHERE AND THERE IN TTif WHIRL OF SOCIETY 1 I
I at Holley Home
Miss Ida Holley Become
Bride of John Fletcher
Quit the prettiest wedding of the
tM iB woek was that of Miss Ida Holley
mB daughter of Mr and Mm. U. Q Hol-
BH ley, and John ftetchi r (scowcroft,
yBBBK which took place at the homo of the'
fJH bride's parents In the Perry Apart
Z'ftHBM nenls, Wednesday at high noon. Re.
John Edward Graver 6f toe first Pres-j
bytcrlan church performed the wed-1
ding ceremony- A Wedding breakfast
was served Immediately following.
FLOW l it DECOH VTIONS
In keeping with the fall months, the
season's floweis were used in the dec
orations of the home Yellow and
white chrysanthemums arranged with
ferns held prominence In every roon
and leu u charm of beauty to the'
attractive setting In the dining loom'
r'; dahlias and fc-rns founl place I
among the profusion of I lower.".. The I
bio was covered with clucy lace and J
bettered with dn elaborate wedding i
ke ..il.f Silver candlesticks holdinj. rod'
1 y- , .i.n lies with i'il shades held places
ii cither side of the cake. .
The bride wore a suit of dark blue)
duvetyu, trimmed in gray squirrel.
with hat to match. She carried a
i uquet of pink rosehuds. A beautiful
ring of pearls was the g.ft of the
grOom M!hs Helen Rich attended ;is '
m i i i'il- bridesmaid ami was gowned in a;
iiJl lark blue embrqlderedadress with hat!
iH to match. She t arried pink roses. Ken-I
H aeth Browning acted as best man.
H Those present at the wedding were:
Hl Mr. and Mm Joseph Scowcroft par
H entjH pt the groom, Mrs. Mary Scow-
H rofl, Mls.s Dorothy .Scowcroft, Miss
H Virginia Scowcroll, Mi and Mrs Louis'
1 II Pccry Mr. and Mrs. ad H. '
H Sw.mer of Salt LAke, Mr. and Mrs.
H Warner Arthur, Mr and Mrs Herbert
H Holley. Mr! and Mrs w H. Barnes
H Mrs. Joseph Scowcroft. Jr,
ALII oRM TOI It
H Immediately following the wedding
breakfast Mr and Mts- Scowcroft 1 c f 1
dllto for a six weeks' tour through
'.-lifornia. Thes will be at home to!
iheir friends after December 1 in the!
nH rirpwning apartments Both arc pop-
UB vlar. members of the young social set
H at (he olty. Tho bride is a graduate
J f j-: j 1 tho National Park seminary of
fll smagton, D. c nfid also attended
the Ogentz school in Philadelphia.
" Mr. Seowrnoft in i gradunie of trip pt.
JHB John's Military academy and during
I I the wi . w. s :i rirsl lieu tenn nl ii the
jH army; He is In charge of the manu
B fajpturlng department uf the John
Scowcroft and Sons compain
LjLja Delighting a large audience with
BflH musical selections of splendid qualltj
B and harmony, Miss Marion Evelyn
B Cox, contralto, and Mist I 'oris Prdud-
H fit, violinist, appeared in a well ar-
V ranged program Friday evening at th-
H Ogden Tabernacle. Music lovers crowd -
P ed the building to capacity, and greet -
H ed each artist with applause. In un-
H ison with the Edison re-ereatlon of her
H voice, Miss Cox sajig the following
H The Magic Song . . Meyer-Helrriund
H. A Howl of Roses Clarke
fl Good Morning, Brother Sunshine
His Buttons Are Marked I . S
H ... t.' obs-1 'on J
j The Captain Rogers
H Hitsh-a-bye Ma Baby Logan
1 The Little Ddmosel Nevolls
W Cranny - Bellednu f
H Miss Proud fit, who is fast becoming
1 woll known in musical circles, played
H followinR selections.
H; Meditation ( Thins) Ma--met
Ht- ii imoresqui D orak
rt;A;gBRfc Both of the artists were presented
V with flowers and received the best j
EcflEfi applause from the audience
Miss Myrtle Coddard and Miss TJ1
KHt lian Shaw entertained at a showei for
t'Lfi Mls Lola Pace, bride-elect, last Wed-I
jBtjilf nesday evening at thi liome of Miss
l?Wfi Ooddard. 10S4 Twenty-first street.
Assisting the hostesses were MrSj E.
: Mi Goddard Mrs. J. R Bauchman and
Mrs. V. K. hitaker. After an eve-
&jfi ntng spent In enjoyable diversions and
Ti'ra ,he showering of numerous sifts on
y ri the guest of lionor. a dainty luncheon
was served to the following guests
SfTH Miss Lola Paco. MiSS Lillian Shaw,
ffiSfr Miss Fawn Sigmiller. Miss Mablr:
S&jS Jackson, MISS Meda Stone. Miss Ve-
ShmJH line Qulnncy Marie Wynian, Miss
HIM Louise CJhldcster, Mips Fawn Caner,
jyj MlSS Peaii Watklns, Miss Iaura and
tfiSS Myrtle Goddard Mrs Chris
Brown, Mrs. easier, Mrs. It. Lee Pur--linRton.
Mrs. J B. Purrington and Mis,
George Grant The Goddard home
was decors ted with fall lowfcr-s
Mrs. Emil Ecklund has returned ,
, to her home in Green River, Wyo.,
! after an extended visit with her par-1
Wm j enU, Mr. and. Mrs, Jake Rhine
Mrr J I Joni and daughter Of.
Hit, Wellsville, Mrs A. H. Mann and son'
Hi uf Wellsville are isitin at home
WrW of Mrs. J. George. Mrs. M. PeTstedl
jji ' of Garland was a guest at the George.
HMm 4 home during the early part of the
KH A week. Xlra Felsted was the delegate
SbH i r tne y,',r Culture club of Garland
to the convention of the Fed.' rated
Miss Leanora Hall and Miss Edna '
Gilchrist entertained Saturday at an
'vening luncheon for Miss Haselton
Sirns, fall bride. t
Members of tlie Ogden Gamp Fire
Girls enjoyed a box party at the Or-
llheum the.it re IMlUnlav n0..n.r.nn 4
luncheon was served at Kerns' follow
ing Those prest-nt wer.- MarcU Wood,
Dolly Devlne, Helen Alway, Emily Ma
rion Bell. Frances McKerma, Winifred
Manns, and Helen Reed
In compliment to Mrs. Irene Wad
doups Earl of Bountiful, whose mar
riage to Elll.s Karl took place Cictober
13 at the BsJt Lake temple, a shower
was given Monday, October 11. at the
home of John Earl, 201 R Monroe ave
Tiue. The evening was spt-nt in play
ing games A delicious tray luncheon
was served Those present wre Mr
I 'ird Mrs. Thomas Waddoups, Mr and
i w Afrs' Bsrs Waddoiipa and daughter of
. M) Brlghaiti. Mrs. Omar Waddoups, Mr
:.:"r'1 M. John Earl. Mr. andMrs.
Left to right. Miss Marion Evelyn Cox contralto and Miss Doris Proudnt, violinist, who appeared in a recital at the Ogden tabernacle FrklaT
! evening; circle. Mrs. b. M. hrandsen, formerly Miss Mabel Robinson, whose wedding took place recently; lower, left to right Miss Willa Astill
i delegate from the Sacred Heart Alumnae association of Ogden to the biennial convention of the International Federation of Catholic" Alumnae held
in Boston during the past week, and Mrs. John Fletcher Scowcroft, formerly Miss Ida Holley. whose wedding took place.at the hone of her narnt
Wednesday noon. ' H 1
' llr cis
David Spackman, Mr. and Mrs
Duly hi C i. id- y of Seattle. Wash.,'
Mis.' Irene Waddoups, Ellis Carl and
Ntfrwln Butler Th" bride (VU the
recipient cf many beautiful gifts
I Mr Lizzie Moyes was hostess to the'
. mcmhers thu llcther l.,il club last
ihursday evening at her home on Lin
coln avenue; a short husincs meet-!
mg was held with Mrs. J-an AndorSon
presiding. Officers were elected fori
the coming year, as follows. Mrs Jean
'Anderson, president; Mrs. Jean Bur-1
ton. vice president; Mrs. Morgan t
Vl " ' cretarj Mrs Jean Simpson
ti'-usurer, and Mrs. A erics M,-.'
Margaret Anderson and Mrs. Jennie;
Stewart, commitee Following the busi
ness meeting, u social hour was eh-l
Joyed Games and music formed ihe
pleaiutm pastime o thfe evening 1 1 on -:
ors were received by Mrs. Jean Burton
and MIS, Margaret And.-rson dainty
luncheon was Served by the hostess.
The IK at her boll club ill meet on No
vembcr 12 at the homo of Mrs Agnes
Moyes, 2864 Lincoln avenue.
A number of tho Scotch people of
this city in. 1 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs William I'urdi.'. I '' 1 2 Jeffer
son avenue, last Thursday evening
Plants foi a Hallowe en celebrat b"
ami the birthday anniversary of Bob-1
drt Burns in Januaij were dlscussedl
and separate committees were ap
pointed to take charge .l the work.
The committee Included Mrs. William'
Jack, Mrs, R. I. Moyes, Mrs. O. B.
Rup and William N. Purdle. The
evening was conclu .1 v.Hh a musi
Miss Willa Astill. daughter of Mr.;
and Mrs. W. T. Astill. was the Ogden
delegate from the Sacred Hearl Alum
na.' association at the convention of
the International Federation of Cath
olic Alumna, which was held at one'
"f the prominent hoiels at Boston, dur-
ihk tin- early partvof the week. Mlsa As
till is attending school In Boston and
Will write reports of the convontipn tor
tlie local Alumna association 'I hese
reports will le r. ad at the cOtningl
meetings of the as -o.-iation.
Mr and Mis. w 1 1. Harris leftJ
for a visit in the east! which will In 1
elude Denver, St Louis, Kansas City,;
and Oh)cagO They expect to lc gone
for several weeks
The girls of the Ogden higji school
held their first dancing party pf th.
gymnasium The part was a p--to-season
Friday evening in the school
gather affair. with repi escn 1 . 1 1 e
members of em h class loading the
fun of the evening. Miss F.ir.ibeth
Browning represented the senior clasi,
Miss Sharma Henderahot the juniorn.
.iisi Ruth Lyon the Sqphbmores, and
Miss Virginia Scowcroft the freshmen.
Decorations in ihe hall were suggest
ive of Hallowe'en and the guests were
costumed and masked for the evening
Dpcihg was enjoyed and refreshments
William 11. II. urn of J'hoenix Arb:.
was the guesl of Dr and Mrs. B2. A
Bundy last Wednesday afternoon and
evening, Mr H.iiin is with the me
chanical departm. ii" of the Soutli'-Tii
Pacific railroad ai Phoenix and has
been on un extended visit to several of
the eastern states.
Visitors Enjoy I
Of Convention I
Federated Ciub Delegates B:
High in Praise of Enter- W
tainment Here t:
In connection with the convention
of the State Federation of Women's
clubs held Monday. Tuesday and Wed- E
nesdav of last week In Ugden. several
notable social affairs were given. First W&
and foremost was a reception and tea 'Bp.
given Monday afternonon In the lovely
Berthana, in compliment to clubwomen Efi
and guests isiting in ( igden, Presl- ft,
dents of six of Ogden's prominent and m.
loldeEt clubs were hostesses for the It
afternoon, these being Mrs. William Br
I Douglas of the Olty Federation, Mr- C'
r 3 ntageraid "f tho Home Culture P
bib, Mrs. Florence Newcomb of ihe K
Historical society, Mrs. Elizabeth Bar- W-
rows of Clld Culture club. Mrs. Arnold f
Bowman of the Ladles Literary club, fc.
and Mrs. Josephine Hirst of the Civic W.
l'all flowers in the various shades H
ol yellou and pink and red were used E
leooratlons. At the head of the K
stairs, 1 tall basket 01 vellow sun- f"
riowers was placed. The reception hall m
was adorned with baskets of red
dahlias and whlt Wolf berries, also m-
r.-d marigolds With White berries, also tt
'''' i'oom w.s decorated wltb pink E.
and white cosmos and .ink roses. The h
dining room was effective with vases H
or pale yellow and deep vellow rnari- h,
golds Tne table, covered with clumy H
lace over yellow was centered with a H
"i" marigolds, surrounded b F
1 olds Of lavender malinc Two silver H
candlesticks with yellow candles, were H
placed on either side of the tenter- H
Pi ce. Mra William Ri. , Kimball wao pr
111 1 nurge of the decorations H
in iu:ci:i ig li.m M
fJrouped in the receiving lino were
Mrfl William Douglas, Mrs E u.
I atherwoor, Mrs ?: O Wattls, Mrs! H
j Edward BIchsel, Mrs Vnne F. Obem- H
dorfer and .Mrs. j. r MorrelL Presid- H
;l" ;". table m the dining I
room were Mra Morrell, Mr- p . H
Knis'lcy, Mrs s S Smith, Mri- J. T iH
Lynch. .Mrs R H. Boiler. Mrs John
Culley, Mrs. Edward Bichsel. and H
Mrs. K. .,. Wattls. Assisting In the
luiping room were Mrs 11. Dunn H
Mrs. E R. Dumke, Mrs. Andrew H
Clark, "Mrs. J. Orson Douglas Mr H
! Royal EkJCles. Mrs. William R. Klni- V
I ball, Wrs. William King, lift Coffmen H
Mrs. Louglas Watson, Airs. Henry Vo:- iH
k, r M' 5 Rieks. Mrs Joseph Scow H
croft, Mrs, Helen Tribe, Miss DOrothj H
Wright, Miss Alyru Grout. Ab-g Irene H
,':um. Mrs. LMslL. Radeon and Mrs.
A. D Barber. -
I Music for the affuir was given bv H
the Lillian Thatcher orchestra ai - H
ranged on an attractive platform in V
the middle Of the Berthana dance H
hall. A tall wicker basket of pink and I
white cosmos was arranged on one sid-
of th, platform
Tl B6IXA1 S EVENTS E
The second of the social fvenus in H
connection with the convention was H
the Federation dinner Tdesday even-
inp. at o'clock at the Veber club. H
The dinner was under the supervision
f Mrs. Joseph Wright and was on H
ol 1 be mosl delightful affairs in con- H
nection with the convention. That
same evening members of the Fed-
leratlon and thej friends were enter-
tatned at the Weber Normal college H
by the Ugden Drama club.
Two oue act plays were presented. H
"Mrs. JJit and the Law." hv Mary H
lAIdls an.i "Nocturne," by Anthony c H
Wharton. Casts of the plays were given H
as follows: 1
Mrs. Pal ami the Iw"
Nora O'l laherty, Minnie Moore Brown H
Patrick O' Flaherty Ra Nixon
Jlmmie, their son ... Virgil Sorenson H
Mrs. CarrolI: a visiting nurse . . . H
. . Zelta BaUlnger H
John Mug, a policeman. Frank Blair H
Scene A tenement room at lu o'clo. H
Llla-Eccles Brimhall H
Cecilia Hope .... Noimu Sears Bvanns
Mrs. Gaul JVy Houtz Woolev . !
James Truntbridge .... Harold Silver
1 hi Man in the Grey Tweeds . .
ndrew T. Clark
The incident takes plae-e on a June
flight, ism, in a back sitting room of
N" l.'l Klngmere Road, Balham.
The plays w ere under I be direction
of Judge Dau E, Sullivan and Mlsa H
Minnie Moore Brown As an intermis-
slon. several rnusi. 1 selections wero H
Violin solo a. "An Indian Village,"'
1 Samuel Gardner)
b Prom the Cuanc Break." (Cecil
Miss Mary Fisher
Vocal Kolo a-' LTdcal'- (ChumlUle)
i ' "Dawn.V (Pear Curran)
Miss Dorothy Wright
Cello nolo. '.Vo' turn.-'" 1 Midsummer
Night's Dream (Mendelssohn)
m 1. 1 1 lelen Hunter
-Mis. Glady.- Rich presided at the
I piano. IH
Al four o'clock Wednesday after-
noon, visiting delegates were taken on
a tour through Ogden canyon and ' t-H
visits were made to seven-1 other in
Mgde.i ues.s wsre well pleased with
the entertainment afforded them dur- lH
ing their, stay in the city, declaring
the social features of tho Convention
of the Federation of Women's club
to surpass those of othe years.
Mrs. Etta Colby arrived Friday af
ternqon from Portland, Ore. and will
spend two days as the guest of Mrs. 'IM
Fred N. Hess. Mrs. Colby is on her 'M
vva east. I
Mrs. Otto. Kckhardi and Mrs. O..B.
Hart entertained at dinner last ThuVs- jH
day '-veiling In honor of Mr and Mrs.
S. H. Graves of Los Angeles and Mrs.
IJ JJ.khaidt Covers were laid for I
The opening of social activities of
the Mutual Iinprov ement association of
th Fourteenth ward was enjoyed lust
Wednesday evening at tho ward
Amusement hall Dancing games And
various amusements were the dlvi
slon of the evening.
vh- Rah Mnnahan of Butte an 1
Mrs. LV'ed Barnes of San Diego. Ca: .
have left for Salt Lake, where thev
pend few days visiting and then
will return to their homes.
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