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SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3
B Brigham Society
Mr? Iona Purelt entertained
Thursday night at a duck dinner at
her home. Autumn leaves and flow
rn were used to decorate the rooms.
A crystal basket of asters formed the
nterplore for the dinner Covers were
laid for the following guests:
V. C Hultqulst, Zlna Jensen. Vernal
Johnson Cleo Carver, Mrs. Stokes, Lc
nna Pruett, Ada Johnson. Nellie Jen
son, Florence Stokes, Sarah Mathlas,
Miss Jnnlo Bloom was guest of
honor at a surprise party at her home
Friday afternoon glen by her stu-1
d.-nts of the fourth grade. Games i
were- played by the little fot? on the
'awn until evening, when thy served
refreshments and presented the teach
er with a gift.
Miss Florence Stokes a, id Mrs. Jo- 1
Jeph Sorenson entertained Friday i
rvening at a pan el shower in honor of
Ir, Milton Jenson a recent bride at 1
the home of Mrs. Jenson on north
Main street. Autumn flowers eeor- i
I .iied the living ronu and dining room.
The evening was spent In playing 1
sranies nnd enjoying the music (
Dainty refreshments vvere served af- i
ter which the bride unwrapped many
heautlful gifts from her friends. The
following guest were present: c
Misses Hay J'-nson. Charlotte Tarns. '
Armed Johanson. Agneta Johanson
Florence Thompson, Floris Valentine,
Peru Stokes, Cordlne Valentine, Lily r
Predrlcksnn. Florence Stokes.. Mes-
i dames Joseph Sorenson Tracy Lar-
BOn. Milton Jenson. '
The officer of the Third ward vlu-
ual tmprovemenl i-s. ..elation, enter- i.
talned the Mutual members Tuesday g
ening at an Indoor track meet The h
hall was decorated In autumn leaves. r
After the track meet, dancing and le- E
ireehmentl were enjoyed. P
A large reception wrv given Satur-j
das evening M the home of Mr and s
I Mi Henry WagStaff, in honor 01 Mr
and Mrs. R. T. Peterson, who were
recently married. Cosmos and glad
loll were used throughout the rooms.
, larr wedding cake formed the cen-i
jiS terplece of the supper table. Mr and
Mrs. Vv'agstaff vvere assisted l Mrs.
roeeph H Hansen
MMi! Miss Melba Nelson and Mr Yiggo
MEbmI Johnson of this city were united in '
fitXl niairlage at Salt Lake City laHt Satur-i
day. The bride is the charming daugh
, mm lei- of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of
iffttll lnA Second ward, and is a popular
HBH favorite among her social set. Mr.
Johnson is one of the working force
'JfH of the Boxclder News and comes from
IjyflB It Lake City. Thcv are receiving
. on?ratulatlona from their many
HB Mrs. Mllinda Y right Marshall of
9h Snowflakc. Arizona, arrived in Brig-
ham last week She expects to remain
FSB month visiting with her parents.
Blahop and Mrs Brigham Wright
BH Mrs. Alfred Nielson of Salt Lake
City spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.
'if-wi Qluff Peterson.
Mtf Mrs. C H. Ren .van and Mrs. C E. ,
t VjS FowlCS attended the convention of the ,
L&ifM. titah Clubs of "gdcn. I,
Mrs Dan Peterson (rent to Ogden j
i i - Tuesday morning to attend the con- t
ventlon of clubs at Ogden. I
2S(9 Mrs William J. Lowe spent Mon- t
&RmJ day In Ogden
Mrs Ephriam Jenson has returned n
from Salt Lake City. 1
IBH Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Young spent c
K8t$I Sunday In Logan J
I Mr. and Mrs. Schayer of Salt Lake 1
City motored to Brigham last night -,
wt, with Mr nd Mrs. Clifton Pelrce 1
Ckj They will be their guests for a few J-
Mrs. Shirley C Horsley spent Sat-
liyEH uvday in Salt Lake City.
VjMEI Mr. and Mrs. Orien Jenson spent
i rlday and Saturday In Salt Lake City
MB Attorney William J. Lowe made a
InSal business trip to M.ilad Friday.
Mr and Mrs. Warren Knudson spent
pafl of last week in Salt Lake CH.
bBI Mrs. Ira Larson, who was operat- 5
Pcl on Friday at tne 1,e hospital in "
fV'tm igden is improving nicely, L
I' c;. n
.Mr and Mrs Clifton I"eir and v
daughter Yvone motored to Sprlng
vllle Saturday to spend a few days
. . w
'OV' Miss Mubel Ruben ihas il?turncdj
IIO nVl Home iii . i '.i i.i iu Jpruu uir
week s vacation
Mr. J H Clleve spent Saturday in
Salt Lake Citv
... Mrs. William Lowe spent Thursday
m(:w evening in Salt Lake City attending
Basal the Gamma Phi sorority banquet at
I" Hotel Utah.
Mrs. Ira Larson went to Ogden Sat-
utday to visit Mr. Larson, who Is at
Krai the Dee hospital.
fniM Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Jenson spent
th week-end in salt iake City.
Mr Matthew Compton wna a week-
nd visitor to Salt T ake City
H Mr. John Horsley was a business
i visitor lo Salt Lake City Saturday.
Mr and Mrs P. A Horsley are
HB visiting in Salt Lake City.
PS", Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Call spent Sat-
mdav and Sunday in Salt Lake Citl
Bj Mr. and Mrs Frank Bavering spent
CBl I he week end in Salt Lake City
Mrs. Frank West of Logan Is visit
ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs Madson
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillipps Mil I
Eliza Phillipps nmi Mies i lorence I cc
spent the week-end In Salt Lake City,
m m t
Bishop H W. Valentine spent Sun
day in Salt Lake City, attending the
Mr and Mrs. Frank Welling were
made happv Bunday morning by the
arrival uta fine babv l.ov
Mr. and Mrs. George Gidney spent
ihe week-end in Salt Lake Clt
ftsH Miss Leroy of the B. E H S. fac-
ulty, 1 ..pending her week's vacation
In Bait Lake City
The Ladies of the Rebecca lodge
met in the club rooms Saturday eve
ning in honor of Mrs Cannitor, presu
U? dent of Rebecca state assembly of
S I'tah. After a short business meeting
the evening was spent playing 600.
Dainty refreshments were served. Au
tumn leaves and flowers decorated the
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holland were
guests of honor at a surprise parly
given at their home by a number of
friends Saturday evening Nasturtiums
and sweet peas were uscel in low bowls
to decorate the rooms. Games and
music wero enjoyed after which
dainty luncheon was served The fol
lowing quests were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mathias, Bph
Dunn. Dave Saddle. Alfred Olson. W.
J. Fife, A. J. Fife. C F Wells. Sr.
Leland Wells. W F. Taylor, Peter
Chrltensen. Carl Crowther, Mr and
Mrs Marlon Olson. C F. Wells. Jr ,
I Misses Mabel Wells. rTenn Holland.
Fav Holland, Mr. and Mrs Roy Weill
Mrs Georjte Fistcr entertained Fri
day afteronon at a luncheon in hon
or of her sister. Mr Howard Hudman.
of Ogden. Yellow ad brown nas
turtiums were used in low bowlr. and
baskets to carry out a yellow and lav
ender scheme A basket of French
marlRolds formed the centerpiece for
the luncheon table Tiny hand-painted
cards of lavender tea pots were
used for place cards Covers were
laid for the following guests. Mrs
R F. Wllley, Mrs J W Peters Mrs
Orson Hudman. Mrs Howard Hud
man, and Mr" George Fister.
Miss Bessie Morrison entertained
Saturday at a trousseau tea. Pink
cosmos were used In the living rooms
wliere a heautiful trousseau was dis
played in th. dining room, red dah
lias were used for the centerpiece of
the tea lahle. Painty refreshment?
were served Sixtv gusts railed dur
ing the afternon Miss Morrison was
assisted In receiving by Mrs W. K.
Morrison and Mrs. Ell Lee, Mrs Yen
Fife. Miss Lavern Wajtson and Miss
Sylvia Peterson assisted in the dininjc
room Miss Laura Flshburn and Miss
Elva Boden of Logan presided at the
Mrs Harold C Da and Mis I
Schmld were hostesses Friday after
noon at inr rejjuiai nionini; ruffian
of the Indies' Aid society at the home
Of Mrs Da, on north Main strec?
After a short business meellng, Mrs.
Ke, i of San Francisco gave a talk on
the rescue work of the Mission of
Chinese slave girls. Refreshments were
served. About fifteen members were
J Mrs. Norman lverson entertained tin
Social Development club Friday af
ternoon at her home Autumn leave
and flowers were used In the living
room. After a short business meet
ing, the guests enjoyed the afternoon
plaving ."00. Prizes were- WOli by Mrs.
Henr; Froglej and Mrs. Milton Jen
son. A dainty tray luncheon was
d The following members were
Mrs k C Wright W H Griffith,
Henly Frogley Milton Jenson. Carl
Hanson. Floyd Knudson, Noble Tlsh
burn, Clifford J "son
Guests of the club were: Mr. Wlll
I iam Dredge. Mrs. John lverson.
Mrs Frank Holman. Mrs. LoP.ov
The Mutual officers of the Second
ward entertained the Mutual members
Wednesday evening at the First ward
amusement hall As each guest en
tered, he was given a colored ribbon
either pink, blue, red or vellow and
this gave him his place in one of the
four groups formed. Kach group was
then given different things to do in
h- track meet. After the games, dan
cine was enjoyed Refreshments were
Miss Ocvllle Menell entertained
Wrdnesdaj afternoon at a luncheon in
honor of Ihelr slater, Miss Florence
Knudson, who leaves soon for Phlla
di Iphla. A yellow color scheme was
carried out In the dining room. A crys
tal bowl of marigolds formed the cen
terpiece of the luncheon table. Tliy
yellow nut baskets and place cards
in different shades of yellow were
used. Covers vvere laid fur the follow
ing. Misses Florence Knudson. Jennie
Bloom, Helen Evans, Eulalln Hanson,
Tressa Pond, Hortense Hoist, Lavern
Jenson, Mrs. Vrville Merrcll
The 8e Hue Camp of the Daugh
ters of th Pioneers met Thursday af
ternoon at the home of Mn. Paul
Hanson in th First ward The rooms
were beautifully decorated In autumn
flower Mrs. Grace Chiistofferson
read the life of Mrs Paul Hanson and
Mrs. Hanson told a number of Inter
esting events of her early lite In Utah.
Mrs. Orvilla Spencer gave a sketch of
the life of Chester Loveland, the first
mayor Of Hrlghatn. Dainty refresh
ments were served. Thirty members
were present anel four visitors
Miss Hope Fishburn is sptnding th
week in Ogden
Miss Eliza Hansen of Ogden I - visit-, ,
ling with friends in I'.rlgham
Mrs Rose Stewart, of Provo, is visit
ing with her sister Mrs. V Y. Phil
lipps. . .
Mrs Peterson of Spanish Fork is
visiting with Mr. and Mr. James
Mrs Joe. Larson left Wedrfesdaji for
'California to spend a few weeks with
. . .
Mrs E. G. Pyan and Mr. Clifton
, Pelicc made a business trip to Ball
LJt CUv Thursda
. . .
J Messrs Clinton Lily white, Ed Lee, N
IE lverson. Frank Me-rrell and J. J.
''lamer left for Snowvllle Thursday.
The) tour the western part of the
omit; holding a number of rallies
Judge J D. Call and Attorney B. C
Call went to Salt Lake City Thursday.
Miss Louise Ingram spent Thursday
in Salt Lake itv
Mr. Vosco Call was a busuiess visitor
to Salt Lake City Thursday
Mrs W W. Howard returned from'
Mr. and Mrs Wynn L. Lddv spent
Tuesday and Wednesdav in Ball Lake
Miss Nellie Jenson entertained her
sewing club Thursday evening at the
tfmc of Mrs Lana Thompson. Au
tumn leaves and dahlias were used to
decorate the room After the sewing
hour musical numbers were given and I
a daintv ira luncheon served. The
following members were present:
Misses Ada Johnson. Sarah Mathlas,
Violet Tlngly. Geneva Hlrglnson,
Florence Stokes, Bessie Woodward,
Nellie Jenson, Mesdames Ixina
Thompson, George Stokes, Zlna Jen
son Cleo Carver. Leona Purett
A duck dinner was given Thursday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
LeRoy B. Younsr by a number of ladles
for their husbands. Covers were laid
for Mr and Mrs. Fred Hultqujst Dr.
and Mrs E. A. Stranqulst. Dr. and Mrs
C. H. Bryan, Mr. and A:rs Kirk Mar
tin, Mr. and Mr;. LeRoy 11. Young.
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.h O-Cedar Polish Mop I
H at The Old Price I
During the war, wc used war materials- hort length Almost every woman in America knows the work1 I
cotton- mill ends of drill surplus ;teel for centers and the time- and the money the O-Cedar Mop saves. And W
by making the mop smaller we were able to keep the how much prettier, brighter and cleaner it makes the I
pnee down. floors. They know it saves back-breaking stooping and! I
Now the sources of supply of most of these items are hending. When you use an O-Cedar Mop your floors
cut off. We must go back to before-the-war materials e tie envy yur neighbors.
and pay todays prices for them. For instance cotton Easy and Simple to Clean and Renew
cord cost He to 16c per pound before the v ar. Today v-j i " ' J e 1 -r r l i . t
it costs us 58c. Handles that cost 4c in 1914 cost 12c to- ijSSt wonderful utility of the O-Cedar I
day, Our labor costs have advanced 200. And so on Zw ffe uf t A 'TV0 llcan 1
-,, . , l , Pr nw t. It can be washed and cleaned without f
W c will not make a mop that is not up to the bother and muss to take it apart, and fuss and work to I
O-Cedar standard. We can t continue the O-Cedar put together. When an O-Cedar Mop needs renewing 1
standard at present prices. So the advance of 25c is simply wash it in boiling water, pour a little O-Cedar I
absolutely necessary for us to continue O-Cedar Mops Polish in the can and let mop stand in it over night I
as the millions of housewives want them. The next morning it is practically as good as new. I
The 25c advance in price is effective November 1st. Get an O-Cedar Mop today. Your dealer guarantees I
Even if you do not need a new O-Cedar Mop just lL to give perfect satisfaction or will return your money. I
now it will pay you to buy one at your nearest store Today's Prices: $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 I
tOCLay, Price November 1st. : $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 - 1
Prices Advance on November fst.
Conditions beyond our control have forced 'us to add 25c. to the selling !
tprice of every O-Cedar Mop on November 1st. Save money by buying now.
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Salt Lake Society
I SALT LAKE, Jcl 1 6. A nnouncp
me.nl Is m.'idr. by Mr. and Kirs. E
, w i' kms of ih? engagement of th h
daughter; mibm Gladys Wlcklns, to
Robert McLennan .r New ZovV lt3'.
The wedding will take place at tho
I First Presbyterian church of Boston,
; Mass.. on October 18 After an ex
tnded tup through tho White mourt
i tains of tw Hampshire the couple
! will make their homo in Buffalo. N V
flss WlcUins was i jx.nl u mcnil.-i
I of the younger .sorini Bet of this
and for tho past two years lias bjien
attendinK thn Boston conservator: ot
music In Boston.
. . "
The Knights of Columbus hld their
inaugural ball at the II-''! Utah laSI
Tuesday nlghl The ,, room was a p.
praprlately decorated with tho na
tional colors. Flowers In the bright
autumn tints decorated the punch
table. The music was under the ill
rectlon of Alfred Isom. About 300
were In attendance.
Tho patronesses were Mrs. James
vers Jr.. Mrs .1 C. Lynch, Mrs. Jo
seph Gcoghegiin. Mrs. 11 V Byrni
and Mrs C k, Qulgley
A reception committee from the
Young Ladies' Sodality, who assisted
tho Knights were Mlsy Florence Sulli
van. Miss Margaret O'Brien, tQ.lt
Rhoda Brunnsau, Miss Margaret Fail
Miss Josephlno Beuse. Miss Beatrice
Ahem and Miss Maig.irei M. riu" Th.
reception committee of the Knigln
of Columbus Included A. Jv Brui
W. H. Leary, J. C. Lynch. A. C. Sulli
van. P, M Qoggln and T j O'Brien
The committee on arrangementt
were Joseph H. McKay, R E. Drls
ooJl, R. A. Kan, R. E Bruneau and
J. J. Lynch.
Mr and Mrs. Roswell Palmer en
tertained the members of their , ard
club Saturday night at their home on
Windsor avenue. Autumn Jeavr-s dec
orated the rooms. Tho supper table
had us a centerpiece a crystal basket
of pink rosebuds. The evening was
spent In cards and dancing Supp.-:
was served at midnight The guests
were Mr and Mrs William Hayei
Mr and Mre Walter Francis, Mr. and
MM Joseph Black, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
h Carpenter, Mr and Mrs. Roy Mitchell.
In honor of Miss Brxria Kuster, an
autumn bride, Mrs. Homer Sherwood
entertained Informally twelve of the
los.- fi-i.-nds of the bride at B bridge
luncheon Tuesday afternoon a; net
; home on Federal Way The lunpheoii
tabic had as u centerpiece a low wic
ker basket of cosmos and dahlias,
i ' '
Mrs. Frank le MeCool returned Sun
day from Chicago Ill - where -she has
spent several weeks visiting wltb
Mr and Mis Julian Bamberger b ft
for Seutllo where they will visit for
two weeks with Mrs. Bambergei a
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hahlo.
Mrs. Carl A Buaby has iturnod
from a month's visit at he BOUthefH
California beaches and with Mra l
B. Winter and Mn C, L. 'r!ttemore
in Los Angeles.
Mrs. Walter l ord entertained at v
bridgo luncheon Wednesday afternoon
at her home In the Elise apartments
In honor of Mrs. E. R. Brennun of
St. Louis, who Is the guest of Mrs W
M. Donahue. The luncheon table had
as a centerpiece a crystal basket of
purple asters on a eluny lace pover.
The prize for the highest score was
won by Mrs. W M. Donahue. The
guests numbered l wenty-four
Miss Rose Axelrad. whose engage
ment to Louis Goldstein of Boston
was recently announced, has been the
motif for a number Of delightful en
tertainments during the past week.
Last Thursday Mrs N. .se'il and Mrs
Philip Levin were the hostesses at i
luncheon and shower given In Miss
Axelrad'S honor Roses and nsl rs
were effectively used In the decor,. tlv
scheme, and kewpie bibbs were given
for ( ho fa ore
MIrs Eva Bruckner mtcrtlned with
a miscellaneous shower Wednesday
evening, the decorations being pink
and white dahlias. The Misses ZcldaJ
'and Roglna Axelrad and Mrs. S Glad
! stein, sisters of the bride, gave a ea
i at the Xewhouse hotel Friday after
I hoon, the table decorations being a
large centerpiece of roses, with old
i fashioned garland bouquets at each
i plate for the fa ore
I Mrs Sol Pomerance a(Ve a matinee
party at the Orpheum Satprday after
noon, followed by a tea at ' Mv Bhop'
Sunday evening a number of young
people surprised Miss Axelrad at her
home, and on enjoyable evening was
The wedding will take place today
at the N'ewhouse hotel
Mrs. Eleanor Olson of Fremont.
Neb., is visiting with Friends In the
City. Mrs itlson was formerly a res)-,
dent of Salt Lake and win be remem
bered as Mihs Lena Dell.
I Alfred reymbprg, the poet, mu-
Sioian and dramatist, w ho will give a I
reeitai Tuesday afternoon fit the La
diei Literary clubhouse on Bast South'
Terpple street, promises to be one
Of the real literary treats of the oa
son. Mr Kriymborg Is a native of j
NTeit Ifork, who has been visiting In
tho west for the last year. During
his stay In California he gave three
lecture recitals in the Greek theatre
As a poet he is an advocate of the
school of free verse and the posses
sor of a keen satiric talent and a tro
mendOUS fund of humor. His man I
dolute actiomanlment w ith the recital I
of Ills poems demonstrates the wide
range of his artistry and proves to be
a definite step toward the revival of
the rythmical and musical drama.
Mr. Kreymborg has revived the pup
pet theatre as an aid in the presenta
tion of his one-act nlays.
Mr.s. John T. Sharp entertained at
a children's party Wednesday after
noon In honor of tho anniversary of
her grandson at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. I'almer Sharp
i.n v.iie avenut The luncheon table
had as a centerpiece a large birthday
cake with eight lighted tapers on it.
The favors and place cards were sug
gestions of the Hallowe'en season.
Gaines and music wero enJoed dur
ing tho afternoon
The little quests W9T9 Richard Ward.
Richard Shurtllff. Wendall Shurllirf,
Junior KCSSler, Lindsay Kessler. Em
ily Sharp. LeOrande Sharp, Richard
Murdock. Roy Hill and Frank Lang
top. Assisting the hotsesses were Mrs.
James T. Sharp. Mrs L s Fisher and
Miss Ytrna Robinson.
Mrs. Rudolph Orlob entertained
at n kensington tea Vednesday after
noon at her home on East First South
street in honor f M'ss Ilrma Kuster,
whose marriage to Rlcjnard rlob is
to take place at an early date. A
wicker basket of old-fashioned flow
ers formed the centerpiece, for the
'tea table In the living loom tall
wjcke'r baskets of cattails and dla'na
grass were used Assisting the host
ess were her sister, Mrs Cordon Suth
erland, Mis. Parley James and Mrs.
The guests were Mls;J Edna Kuster.
Mis. Fred Kuster. Mrs J D C. Voung.
Mrs. G. A K tlrlob, Miss Mary Louisc
Uayes, Miss Gertrude Geoghegan Miss
Margaret i'iilk. Mrs Homer Sherwood,
Miss Hazel Clark, Miss Louise win
slow,' Mrs. Roy Mclntyrei -Miss Kath
leen Geoghegan. Mrs W. N Lewis.
Mis; F'lorence Sullivan. Mrs Fverett
Saunders. Mis Maicellus BliOW, Mrs.
""onnle Smith, Mrs J. an May. Mr
Harry Erlckson and Mrs. La wry
Rev. and Mrs. p. A. Simpkln were
the honored guests last Wednesday
nlht at a farewell reception given
for them by the members of the Phil
ips Congregational church in the par
lors of the church. A program con
sisting of musical numbers and a n ail
ing by Miss Ida Rich and a farewell
address by Mayor C. Clarence Neslon
was given preceding the reception.
MiSS Lucille Cowan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R Cowan, has just re
luined from a year's visit with her
sister. Mrs. John C Brooks, In San
Mrs. John M. McChrystal and daugh
ter. Miss Bobb, formerly residents of
Eureka. I'tah. are now makliju their
home at Las Vegas. Nev.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M SlGckslager en
tertained at a dinner party last Wed
nesday night at their home on Third
avenue In honor of Mrs. Stockslager's
sister, Miss Olive D. Jones, whose
marriage to Charles Clark Vernon Jr.
will take, place today. Asters in the
pastel shades of pink and lavender
were arranged in a crystal basket and
formed the centerpiece for the dinner ,
table. The favors and place cards-were
also In the pink and lavender shades.
Cathedral candles in crjstal holders I
were on each corner of the table. Cov- J
era were laid for fourteen. The hostess 1
was assisted by her sister, Miss Art
Miss Blanche Burt entertained Tues
day evening at her home on Fourth
avenue In honor of Miss Inez Ander
son, who will leave in a few days foi 1
California. The evening was spent in
cards and dancing, after which a light 1
supper was served. The guests wero
.Miss Inez. Anderson. Miss Eleda An
derson, Miss Bertha Burt, Miss '"diver
Burt. Miss Anna McDonald, Mrs. J- jj
W Hurt. Mrs. Chester Knight, Mrs
II tmpton Hurt. Miss Norma Knight
Miss Marjorle Burt and Miss June 1
Tho Sans Gne cluh entertained at
a dancing part last Wednesday night I
at the Wilson botel. Autumn foliage i
and bask eis of the late fall flowers
decorated the rooms. Punch was
served during the evening The host
esses were Miss Beatrice Ahern, Miss
Luclh Green, Miss H ern Hill Miss An- 1
..,,1(1 Honrahnn f ku I.'., t h..pln0 inn .
sen. Miss Luclle Leahy, Miss Margar
ite LeCuyei. Miss Ella McCallum, Miss
I Katherlne Maher, Miss Mrrle Bobbins,
I Miss Loretta eggsebelder and Mlss I
Rose Weggscheider The guests num- j
I bered 120.
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Mr. and Mrs. William FJeldsred of
Preston. Ida announce the marriage I
of their daughter, Mia? Bda FJeld
sted, to William McKlnlev Hudson.
The w. dding took plax;e Saturday eve
ning at B:S0 o'clock at the home of
Mi .ii,. i Mrs J. H. Morgan on East I
Flrsl South street The ceremony was 1
performed bj Bishop C. Clarence Nes
len in the present e of the immediate
families and a feW close friends. Tho j;
bride wore a dark blue tailored duve- I
tyn suit with hat and boots to match.
She wore a corsage of Ophelia roses.
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Morgan were the
attt ndant i ;
A wedding supper was served at
the Morgan home following the cere-
mony Autumn foliage andlftte sum
mer flowers decorated the supper ta
ble. Covers were laid for fourteen
gu its After short honeymoon trip 1
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