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2 irth UGDfcN SI AiNDAKD-LXAMIINhK SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1920.
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Mcirtbera oi the drama club who appeared in ihc two one-act plays presented
' tic dny evening. Loir to liIu. upper, Miss Minnie Mcore Brown. Virgil Swenson
and Zelta Bellinger, appearing m "Mrs Pal and the Law. " Left to right, lower. Lfla
Eccles Brimhall, Norma Scars Evans and Ky Houtz Woolley. appearing in "Nocturne.
I Mrs. J. A. Moflai and Mis. M:i Ar.
deraon entertained liie WestmitU i
suild of the Flr.-t Presbyterian church
Thursday evening ai the home oi Mrs.
Moffat, 521 Teventy-lourth street. Pa
pers were gi(n on Ihe "American In
dians," with Hi' ili.-i .! mem v. hu ll ioi
lowed led by Mrs. Rosr Whitley. Ke
freshuifnis were served ;. I ho BifHcW
ion of the program. Arrangement
being made by the member ol the
guild for a Hallowe'en party in the
First Presbyterian iiun li nn ti..
The Mutual Improvement associaton
of the First ward is planning a Hal
lowe'en carnival in ihe ward h.:ll on
Thursday evening, October 2S
ther announcement oi ihe plan., will
Members of the Episcopal guild
will meet Wednesday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock in the Guild hall with
Mrs. C. L. Wappler and Mrs. ( irldcr as
Monsignor P. M Cushnahan was riv
en a cordial welcome Friday morning'
I by the students of Sacred Heart acad
emy when he returned from a pleasant
vacation spent in Ireland Members 01
the graduating class, twenty on" in
number, dressed In ihrir class colors,
red and white and carrying class ban
ners greeted him at the union station.'
He was escorted to the academy by
the ylrl. where a reception of wel
come w,i- given In Ins nonOT Songs
were suriL. Memborr of the third aca
demit- r l: .- grccci lilro rit tin- parish
houiii'. where be was later escorted
h the graduates.
Queen Bather chapter, No. 4, order
of the Eastern Star, entertained at a
iea Wednesday afternoon at Ihe Ma
Bcntc i tuple. Decoration in the hall
were .suggestive of Hallowe'en. Red
and wh tC MtejM and dahlias :irr;inged
m hasketi were also effectively used.
A number of readings, given bj Mrs
.1 ('. Hyatt 6f Salt Lake, was a fea
ture of the entertainment'. The host
esses for the afternoon v. ore Mcytlamcs
("i.rlson. II in!- .. . V si Holmgren
King, iJell, McCune, Kjingman, Reck
Mrs. John McCready was hostess o
the members of Hie Episcopal guild
Wednesday afternp m al h i home 476
T.. nt -third street. The time .was
spent in needlework and further plans
lor the b27.aar. A; 5 o'clock luncheon
Members of the Heal Ik Tbell club
met with Mrs 0. l Etudd .mo Mrs.
K C. Caperton ai 'J23ft Lincoln avenue
last Tuesday evening. After an eve
np.g enjoyed in games and music, fe
ir. shments were served by the host
esses. Those present were Mrs. D
Moves. Mrs. John Simpson, Mrs G.
PLUC DATS 4'
j y-. -'-fashion's latest decree
l hi.-, winter the aiuartly clad Ionian will wear y;
g Plush Caat of slmrt oi three-quarter length-
It will be plain Salts Pcco or Bering Seal plush
with a big shawl collar-, or it might he trimmed
svith Kit Conej or Raccoon, or black O'Possuin.
It will be silk lined. tnjj
Oi Such Plush Coats are now here for your
fi selection You should make it early, as We
.... gJ tear the demand will exceed our limited Wffi
j gL Prices Range from S39.85 to $11 0
j H SIRCOM PETTICOATS H
; Special Introductory Prices for Monday and
Tuesday ONXY '
- ; Thesi widely known Sircom Petticoats come in all
lersey, or all Taffeta, or Jersey top with Taffeta
i tlouncc There, is a galaxy of attractive colors Th
I j?3 regular value La J7 ,-3
Monday and Tuesday ONLY $4 85
j ' 2470 Washington Ave. Ogden
Stewart. Mrs. Alexandra Adams, Mrs. I
S Anderson. Mrs Ilennett Anderson !
Mra James Burton and Mrs. John 1 1
Mi' Ailberl W, liadie was hostess
TbuEsda arte noon al her me. 88511
Twcnty-aixth street, to the members
dtathe W. C T. I" An Interesting
business ami musical program wa:
given during the afternoon
M'-mbers of ihe St. Joseph':; Sewing
elrele wen- en , i ., ! m-d Tim r.-. ; alter- .
noon at the si Jnpii's hall b) Mrs
T. L R .ii I
The Tenth .Ward Mutual Improve-1
mem association gave their opentng
dance of the season last Wednesday
evening at Ihe ward amusement hall.
Music was lurnlshpd by the Weckl
. . .
The Liberty club met Frldaj evening
at 7:30 o'clock at the residenco of
Mi.- s na Tracy. 848 Twenty-sixth
Tin- child Culture ih.b will meei
Thursdav , (Jciobcr -1. at the I'niver
ait) club v.nh Mesdames Louie Pordl
and Leah Elllngsob ,ns hostesses. Mrs.
Martha Wattla will give ;i paper on!
"Our Responsibility as Club Women." 1
. . .
I The Home Culture club will met i
'October 23 at the home of Mrs. John i
F. Morrison. 2738 Monroe avenue Mrs
J ; Gebhardt will be the leader for
the afternoon. Miss Emma Chesney
will kIv- the text. A paper on "Booth
Tarkington" will be given by Mrs. J.
'E. Beeson. and Mrs T. J. Fitzgerald
will review "The Magnificent Amber
sons." Discussion will follow.
Mlsa Mary McKenna was hostess to
the members ol the S. O. H. club last
Monday evening at her home, 92b
Twenty-fourth street. A business meet
ing was held followed by music and
dancing. At the close of the evening
a luncheon was served. The club will
give a dancing party Tuesday evening.
'October 19, at the University chib
rooms under the auspices of the
Knights of Columbus A committee
Conned of the officers ot the club wlil
take care of the dance. The commit
tee includes Thelma Garner, 31ary
Iunn and Ruth Junke
The Pythlun Slaters will 6e hostesses
I at an evening card party to be given
Tuesday in their hall at s o'clock.
, The public has been invited.
.Member of the ""Miriam i hapt r.
No. 14, Order of the Eastern Slur wilt
; entertain at a.n afternoon tea Monday
I from S until 6 o'clock at the Masonic
) temple. The hostesses for tho after
noon Will bs -Mrs. William Mantlter,
i Mrs. Clifford Forrtstall, Mrs J H.
Stlmson. Mrs. Estclle Voorhies, Airs.
A, H. Aland. Mrs. Sarah Jones Con
l well. Mrs. Clarc-nco W. Wood. Mrs.
I Homer F Eenn, Mra. Warner Arthur,
Mr; U Itllurn Lundv and Mrs. C W.
Nelson. All nu-nibcra of the order
are cordially invited
Ogden chapter, Service Star Legion,
! Will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. C. H. Lippencott,
33r. Twenty-sixth street The regular
i meetings of the club are generally
Ii Id Monday evening at the Elks' club,
bill owing to other arrangements the I
meeting will be held Tucsdav
.ir uiui Mis Leonard Matson en
tertained the J. B Sewing club Thurs-
i day evening at their home on Quincy j
avenue "The evening was spent in
! playing cards, followed by a deltcloiwly
prepari-d luncheon served by the hoot-'
i Tho-v m. x. nt urn Mr and -Mr- '
Jock An-derson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
RoUndS, Mr. and Mrs John Hanidsl.
Mr and Mru. Ray I'ca-son and Mr. '
and Mr- Leonard Mataon The club,
will meet again at the home of Mrx. ,
Ray 1'earson, 628 Twenty-third street, i
next Thursday evening.
The Acacia club met at the home
of Mis W. r.. Em melt on Washing
ton avenue Friday afternoon. Mm,
Fred G Taylor gaxc a hhori sketch
on the life of Robert iouls Steven
: i and read one of his short stories,
M irkhelin." At the conclusion of the
Urogram, refreshments rr served.
?5EgsTeHaBaMsw i i in ngraT Sf
New Arrivals 1
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S III Hi' ( new mme m e mos w'P I I
M I I v favored modes and materials bought I
1 1 at decided price concessions. YOUR V E
This Sale Commences Monday I
Almost at ihe beginning of the season we are offeiing startling values that will make a deep dent in the
H. C L. And incidentally give you more beautiful millinery than you ever had.
V O W d C F 1 11 11 "V '1P7v5lr eXC'US1Ve Patterns an models
Smart Sailors wWk $12.50 ,. f '
j In hatters plush and zibeline, many 1 1 a f
with beaver brims; high class Lyons .1 i X Ceei3lJ
velvet in soft effects or ngid brims, in , y
two lot. Your choice at (U W $20.50 I
8jtA Hi7 M t id Inluding models bearing the labels of S
Wtp " Jfl .D t'?"' the mobt em,nent makers m thc land
Hundreds of new favored models in the most charm CHILDREN'S HATS
ing styles imaginable, beautifully trimmed We ask . Children's hats in splendid assortment at prices that 9
in this il will appeal to ever' mother. In three lots
S7.45 $2.45 - $3.45 - $5.45 I H
Bv all means come here early Monday morning. The choicest hats naturally I 1
go first. GET YOURS.
LAST & THOMAS I
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The club will meet in two weeks at
the home of Mrs. N. R Ptlgmlre.
.Mru. Sena Tracy und Mrs y P Mil
lar were hostesses to the members oi
i Hie Liberty club L. A to tho O. R. C.
rlday evening: ;it the home of Mrs.
Tr.icv on Hudson avenue Five Hun
lred w;is the diversion of the evenlnic
with honors awarded to Mrs Jake
Rhine and .Mrs P IC. Vlnan A lunch
eon was served by the hostesses.
Civic league members will hold their
I regular meeting Wednesday afternoon
ai 2:30 o"clock at the horn.- t Mrs.
A. ICmmett. 2651 Van liuren ave
The Missionary society of the First
Presbyterian church will meet with
Mrs McGee and Mrs D. C Alder
I Hi the home of Mrf. Elder. 2421 Van
i Uiiren ayenue Friday afternoon Mrs
F. King will huve charge of the pro
gram, opening the meeting with u pa
per on "Alaska.
The Social Hour club of the Neigh
bors of the Woodcraft No r, s i . will
meet Tuesda) afternoon at the home
of Edna Plans, S6S6 Lincoln avenue,
at 2 o'clock.
The Ladles Aid society of the First
i Christian i hunh met last Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. It.
Gregory, with Mrs. O'Laughlm asslst
! ing as hostess. There was it good at
I tendance and plans were made for a
t.'i-iur. which will be held u.t Uie
I church on December 4. On election
uft rnoon and evening, the ladles ot"
the society are planning to serve a
luncheon. At the conclusion of the
j business meeting. Mrs. W. L Melllnger
entertained with a number of repd
I ings. Refreshments were serve.
Mrs. S. V Wherry has gone to
Berkeley, Cat.. io visit her son, Hillard
Wherry, who is aUendniK the Cnlver
elty of California
Mr. and Mrs. .Jesse W Rj land left
Sunday for Los Angeles to make their
Mr. and Mrs. Max Biiem Ji and
i dauKhler. Htverly. und Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Monogan and son. Junior, ha-
left for an extended visit on the Pa-,
I elfie coast
j , Mr. and Mrs Llod Solomon of Cal
I Ifornia are thc guests of Mr. and .Mrs.
'i .1 Stilwell in thu Falrvlew apart
' ments Mrs Solomon was formerly
MiSi Sa.iiipson ii 1 c:.i ii
i Mr and Mrs. L. L Hopkins hai Pi -
turned from u Visil in the east, which
included New York. I'lltsburg and
Mjs Helen Stauffer a.nd MISS Lillian
Maus returned e-irly Minlaj afternoon
i from Salt Lake
. . .
Mrs O A Moyer has returned from
an extended visit with relatives and
friends in the east
Mr and Mis. Axel Lndatrom enter
tained ut B wedding supper at their
home Saturday evening, October 9, in
compliment to Mr. uid Mrs Leonard
p. Johnson, who were married ut the
rectory of thc church of the Good
Shepherd the previous daj Mr. and
Mrs, Johnson left last Sunday for Den-
ver. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Miss
Alice H ciemo of Berkeley, al
Mrs. J. G Reeves was the lompli
mented guest at a farewell part lul
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. C P. Oarver The party was
ui.'en following the meeting of flic
Women's Homo Missionary society of
the Methodist Episcopal church Mrs.
Reeves leaves in the near future to
make her home at Prle-'1. I (ah
dainty luncheon was served to ull Ihi
Mr and Mrs. Clarences DoUglas mu
loreil from Salt Lake last Sunday and
spent the day In Obden as guests of
Mrs. Richard A Pierce is visiting in
Sail Lake with Mr. and Mrs l.i, imj
Mr. and Mrs. W . C. Phillips of Sun
Francisco arc vfsltng in Ogden as tho
guests of Mr, nui Mr . S. Gunnel)
Mr. and Mrt. Phillips are on their ira:
to New York.
Mrs Frank West ef Logan if visiting
friends in Ogden.
The Sempre Musical soeietj will
meet with Miss Ellen Thomas Tuesday
afternoon. October 19, at 2:30 o'clock.
A paper on Heethoven s famous masses
will be given by Mrs. Earl Read. Two
string selections' will be given by a
I club trio. Miss Mary Parmley will
Iglye a violin solo; while selections from
the 'Mount of Olives" will be given by
Mrs Ku Jones and Mrs. I-red Hess.
Mrs. C. H Stevens will act as chairman
; for the day.
Mrs. Arthur Wright and children ar
rived Tuesda) frem New York City!
and are visiting al the home of Mrs.
Wright's mother. Mrs David Eccles.
Mr. and Mrs. Curl S. Watfdn have
as their guests Mr and Mrs. Georg"
Smmett of San Francisco. Mrs Knj
mett was formorly Miss Margaret Hot
ter of this city.
I Mrs A. L. Anderson und daughter of
Mlrhule, I tali, an- visiting Mrs An
derson's Sister, Mrs E T, Spence r.
I Mrs. Kate 'Howe and Mrs Althea
Brown Will entertain thc Past Noble
ijrand club at the home of Mrs. Brown
at 1077 Washington avenue, Thursda
afternoon e)etober 21. Visiting mem
bers are cordially invited to attend.
' n Monday evening Judge Dan E.
Sullivan will gne another lecture on
parllfuni ntaiy law In the library of
Sacred Heart academy Members of
the Alumna association and students
rf the school will be present.
Mrs. O. Q Millar and Mrs. James
li. Talor entertained in compliment I
to Mrs. J A. Taylor last Monduy eve- I
nlng at ihe home of Mrs Millar, I'Sul 1
Washington avenue. Games were en
Joyed during ihe evening at tho close
of which a dainty buffet luncheon was
served. Fall flowers u;id autumn
leaves were used In the decorations.
Those present -re Mrs Sam Pensfer
makcr, Mrs. S. P Millar. Mrs l'ege-y
White Mrs. John Williams, Mrs, J A. I
Taylor, Mrs. George Taylor and thi
Mrs. S. J Griffin and dauKhter, Iu-;
lie have returned from a month's
visit with Mrs. Griffin s daughter Mrs.:
B, R. Flsk in Omaha
.Miss Ruth Mpeteller has returned'
from Chicago where she visited for a
month as the guest of her aunt. Mr
J. G Hutchinson.
Mrs. George H Malison was a Salt
Luke visitor Thursday :
.Mis Marjorie Day and Miss Kosa-,
llnd Reimah, Community service work-,
its. addressed the siu?ents of Sacred
He-art academy Wednesday on "Com
munity Service" and "Campfire Orga
nizations ' respectively!
Ml- Uoiulhy Thi'ina;, dauhtr ef "
Mrs, J H. Thomas, arrived Wednesday J
from the elr!s' Collepiut,- schoo in Co
An-"i"s Mi-" Hi. -mas Will return :o LHS
Los Angeles in rhldwinfer to resume HPv
her studies. BwRp
Mr. and Mrs. M. E Carson have Hp!':
returned from a trip to Los Angeles, Kf.
Long Reac h and Venice. Mir
regular bo rd meeting of the 1 5
Daughters of the Pioneers will b- held '
1 ictobet i - i hn horn i Mrs w 1 1 ' i
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