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SECOND SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1920. .
1 HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY! ; ! I
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I Bridal Shower
Given In Honor
Of Miss Shipley
Large Number of Guests En
joy Event at Home of
December days have arrhcd at last
HBflBsl with their wealth of joyous promisee.
jj?auBH Even the first days Claim social hon-1
M ir-. Among the mam of the poet
DIW , .is .1 riven in honor I
i'fiLlH ' Allss Ijlll'an Shipley, .1 rxwrnhcr
; ' , jjyB hridc-eici t. at th- home of Mips Vera,
llnEHK .Mattson. on Wednesday evening. 1 -'
'A$i comber 1 Thi Mattson residence weal
'rlfi prettily adorned In pink and white.!
MilB vvitl' Cllt flowcrl" ai ran ve il in boskets:
ii'j ' '.'.3fl Uld bowls and placed ubout the mom,,
7r : ' ' J After an evening spent in snmoj and'
'V'WflM singing, the guest of honor was Show-
'KSa3 ered with gifts Luncheon was served
OMJkS at a late hour to the following: Mitt
fSflfiJSl Lillian Shlpb y, Miss l.eah liatemnn.
liVBnBl Bliss Ethel Bateman, Miss Thclmu;
f Wright, Miss Louise Browning, Mis-1
Nona Wallace, Miss Margaret Wallace,!
Mirs Emily Boerens Miss Rose Tracy,
Miss Myrtle Thompson. Mitt Rose Ar
bor, Miss Arvilla Jones, Miss Rya Kcw
ton. Miss Iaura Newton, Miss Joseph
ine Tippetts, Miss Mabel Wheat, Miss I
Jane Brown. Miss Nore Hume, Miss'
Blanch Poulsen. Miss Hazel Butler, I
Miss June Mattson, Miss Veda RIch-
Ibald, Miss Lavon Rlchibald, Miss lr
ma Reeve. M,js Myrtle Carter, Miss
Lucille Mattson, Mist Norma Slattsori,!
Miss Vera MattSon, Mrs. L;e CoIt:
Mrs. Arthur Mac Beth Mra Fred Mey-
r.--. Mrs. Leland Ilenn'egar, Mrs Mar-:'
tin Sehillo. Mrs. Gilbert Stewa t. Mrs.
Waller Wolsey. Mrs. Hyrum Nellson.'
Mrs. John Beck. Mrs. Grant Eans. j
Mrs Thomas Shipley, Mrs Garroth
Mrs. S. R. Mattson and Mrs. P. A. I
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i of Ogden Twins1
t&iBflJ 11 evident thut ogden is proud o.
gtpflHH Us youngest cltlsen's and whether one,
RffiBB realizes It or not, much cue and time!
MgflflS are devoted each day to tpe upbiing-1
yrSBQ inS Of the tiniest .-iris and boy Babies
rajjBBJ with bluo eyes Or with brown, with!
'Mnl dimple or without, with black hair or
With blond aic ruling the.r own little
nM . kingdoms in tli'dr own way In many
BL-r",s instances, members 1 !i fan il
BjjfBHT paying tribute to two diminutive iria-
?BBBJ jestlcs, twins Someone said, that a;
I jab wai nice bui tl w r
rijjlttWH twice nice.
juBB Some way or other the above re-j
RtSBBJ mark stimulated interest in tho Stand-
SBBBJ at d-Kxamin.T editorial ru.'n and now!
H9 everyone wants to know how many i
HBBJ twins then: are in Ogden. Beglnhlngl
UblB next Sunday, the Standard-iLxamlher
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BBBB last or least in this line 01 wealth and
bat Ogdcn twins hav lal charm
-itul daintiness Phot igraphic like
BBJ nesse of twins will ie published each
Bf Sunday In the Standi rd-JS: . , . .
H elety section, for tho coming weeks. I
BBB Pictures for the Sunday edj; 011 cannot
BBB be received later thun eiLiesdayJ
BBBB while appointments tor Uij gs may
BftBH bo made by calling the society editor.
BB Mr and Mrs. Wesley David Brown
h of Ogden, 1 tan, announce the engage-
H lnont Of theli daugi.lel. hh.i:s ..fial
1 Brown, to Lieutenant 'i ho mas P. j
raB WgJshf Coutt Artillery corps, L' s. a , i
ffjfijSOJ of Bt Joseph, Mo.
jjuOiaH Miss Brown Is a member of Alpha
MKJHj Chi sorority, Order of the Gleam and
MinC Euterpean society, hhe Is poet laure
rate of the University ot L'Lah and
woman's editor of the I tub Chronicle, j
Lieutenant Walsh is a graduate of
the University of Miisjuri .Si hool of!
Mines, holding the degiees of c & in
metallury. IK 17, and A) n;ttai
luigy. 1920. kubt year he was a mem?
her of th faculty ' f the School of
Mines He is a member m the Order
of L K. K.. Posl)cct..rs club and M. 8.1
M cress club 01 the University of
Missouri and cf Pi Delta Epslion of
the University of Utah, while at Mis
souri he was a reportor, associate edi
tor, alumni .-.liior and e iitor-in-chlef
of the .Miner, president tr the Missouri
Metallurigal society i.nj post com-1
mander of the university post of th--
American legion, Lieutenant Walsh is I
a fellow in metallurgy at Ctah, presi
de, n ol the I tab Mining and Metal
lurgiCi l society and news editor of the'
I 1.1. ( !hn .1.1. in
The wedding viil take place in salt!
Lal.e City feariy In l'c-. iubti
'-'ai Iri' C" T - Koona aniJ Mrs. w. h.
Charles will be hostess to the members!
S(jjjdfl of the Past Noble Grand club at the
iPH home of Mrs. Charles. 1549 Twenty-1
fcSjTH fourth, street Thursday afternoon !
The regular December tea of th.
89Ba ladles' Circle of the Fh st Presbyterian
BftBI church will be held Tuesday afternoon
HB in the church parlors. airs. Angus
I Kennedy will b the bosl
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.Lnia Tne annual Christmas basuiar and
4jw19 dinner to be given by the members ofi
the ladies- circle of the Kirs- Presb)
iMI terlan church will le hell Thursdai
and Friday afternoon of the coming
1 week, The bazaar win be opened
tt Thursday afternoon. Attractive booths
HB will he arranged around the rooms,!
Ngul and dainty articles of needlework andj
bflfiu crochet will bo displayed Thursday;
SftffflB evening from f. :30 until 7 o'clock 0
hbbb! ttirkej dinner will be screed Jn the
imE baeoment or the church. The dinner
TsjH is under the direction of Mrs Bert
Litzenburg and Mrs. A. D. Barber.
HH The Luther League of the Kllm Lu-
unjH therap church will meet at tho home
jjgtiH Of Rev, and Mrs. Arthur E. lsen,
BpJtflB 2305 Jefferson avenue, Wednesday
H"4fTil evening ut S o'clock.
iacJJjB The Women's Foreign Missionary so-!
1 ety of the Plrsi Methodist church
met at the home of Mrs J J Malbne, I
rmH JUL' Twenty-fifth street Thursday aft-
ijlti ernpon, After a short business meet-
ng presided over by Mrs. G. I" Zlm
BF mecman, president, Mrs. A. M. Mc-I
rj&IH flure led the devotional, giving many
aSm 'L--''" 1 ". ' 1 1 i 1 11 r glimpses of the lives of th
Ir w orld's greatest missionaries The les-j
son study, whs taken from the irlj
text book, The Blblo and Missions,''
Upper row, left to right. Miss Bernice Hairis, who takes one of the leading roles in "The Three Twins," to be presented soon at the Orpheum 1
theatre; Mrs. David Kunzler, formerly Miss Lillian Barker, whose wedding took place Wednesday at Manti. Lower row. left to right, Mrs. Ralph,
F. Tavlor, formerly Miss Ethel Thompson, who was married last Monday evening at the home of her parents; and Mrs. Conrad Bolstad. formerly'
Miss Marguerite Gladys Marcinkowski, niece of Mr. and Mrs. P. F.TCirkeridall, who was married on October 27.
was conducted In an Interesting man
ner by Mrs. J . L. Webster.-Miss Anna
Ounn. Mrs, Webster is superintendent
of Bether home, a Christian boarding
home for the working fclrls !sh. gave
un Interesting talk on th- work and
influence of the Esther home Ro
fresh me nts wen- served
Fully realizing the finest of success,!
the members or tin St. Joseph , Sew
ing circle arc pleased ovci tbe succou
attained by their bazaar Thursday aft
ernoon und evening. The final meeting
of the circle for the year win be held
at the st. Jo&eph's hall Thursday att
The Pan IJeilenlc association of Og
den will meet Thursday at I o'clock
at the home of M-.. .1 T. Abbott in I
the Browning apartments,
The City Federation will meet Mun-i
day afternoon ai 3 o'clock at ihe h..m.
of Mrs. Andrew T. Clark. 235b Jackson i
Mrs. Esra C Rich was hostes-vo,
the members of the Ladles' Literary
club Wednesday afternoon at h ir hdme
on Washington avenue. Mrs J. H.
Thomas was the chairman for tho aft
ernoon Miss Gladys Rich gave a talk
on the federation unit of young wom
en, bringing out community service,
thrift and Americanization points of
Interest Mra ) L. Cassidytread an
Interesting paper on civic Center "
Mrs Leroy Pugmlre .s the invited
guest. At the close of the meeting re-'
freshments were served by l he hostess
asslsttJ by her daughter, Gladys. Mrs.
Elisabeth Thomas will entertain mi m-
bers of the club next Wednesday.
Mrs. David Turner w.-.s hostess to the
members or th La Cols club Thursday
afternoon at her home on Van Buren
avehue. Two tables of five hundred
were played with Mrs. a. Sherrer and
Mrs. F. R, Bokhardt as winners 0 the
honors. A hot dinner was served
Chrysanthemums were used in ih- d c-
orations. Th- club will meet again in
two weeks at the home of Mrs. F. II.
Miss Ethel Thompson became tho
bride of Ralph F Taylor Inst Monday
evening at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, N35 Twenty
first street Bishop Hyrum Lund of
the Fourth ward performed tho wed
ding ceremony. The blrdo was dressed
In brown satin with a la. ovcrdn:s.
Tho two were attended by th bride s
parents. Mr. and Mrs Taylor will
make their homo in Idaho
Miss Virginia Burn ham and Miss
Janet Burnhnm of Logan returned to
their home during tho early part of
the week, after being the. guests for
a few das of Mrs. Ada Griswold
David O. McKay, general superin
tendent of the Sunday schools of tho
church of Jesus Christ of the Latter
rn Saints, was the complimented j
guest Wednesday evening at s o'clock
at 1 testimonial, when the Sunday I
si hooi workers of the Ogdeu, Weber
and North Weber stakes gathered In
the auditorium of the W. b-r .Normal
college. Mr. McKay leaves soon for(
mission work on ihe Islands of the
'Pacific Stake presidents, bishops
and high councllmen of the three
, stakes, as well as members of tho
! Church general S'unday school, gath-l
ered for the evening. Brlgham II.
Goddard superintendent of iii- Weber
slake Sunday school, acted as chair-1
During fhe evening the following
program we.s given:
Instrumental prelude, N lander
Song. "Sowing." the congregation.
Opening pruyer, David B Foulger,
I of the Ogden Stake Sunday school su
perlntendency. ! introductory remarks, it. 11. God
dard. Singing by Sunday school pupils
of the Primary departments of the
Second and Eleventh wards.
Address, David O. McKay.
Presentation of token by Joseph R.I
jJeppson. superintendent of the Ogden'
Stake Sunday schools, on behall of
all the Sunday school workers of the
Acknowledgment of gift by David I
Flute solo, Axel Nylander.
Short addresses were given by the
following: Lewis W. .Shurtllff. presi
dent of Weber staki . George M. Can
non, of Ihe Sunday school general I
board. James Wotherspoon, president
Of North Weber slake, John M. Mills,
tof tho Sunday school general board;
I homas B, McKay, president of tho
Ogden stake, Charles J. Ross, of the
Sunday school general board; Joni.
Watson, of the W'ober stake presi
dency; Samuel Q. Dye, of the 'gden
stake presidency; Joseph Baliantyhe,
pf the Sunday school general board. ,
Slpglhg, 'Beautiful Words of love,"j
by the congregation.
Benediction, George E. Browning,
of tho Wbber stake presidency
The token presented Superintendent
m Kay was a gold locket studded with
a ruby and two diamonds, which con
tained a photograph of Ills wife. Su
peiintcndenl McKay expressed appro
elation of the gift and its significance.'
In his address ho urged all present
to work hard upon three things In
particular during his absence. The
three things mentioned wero the com
pletion of Ihe Weber Normal college
gymnasium, tlio support of the teach
er training courses in church organiza
tions, and the perie. iing of tho social
and recreational plans for reaching
Die youths. 1
The marriage of MIbs Prlscilla Sn.it
ford. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C II
Stratford and J. Allan Nicholas, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Gomcr A. Nicholas,
took place Wednesday in Sal 1 1 b.
Following the ceremony, a luncheon
was served by Mr. and Mrs. j. ri. liai"
tendorf for the members of tho bridal
party at the New house hotel. A -
option for 1 datives and friends was
held in the . veiling at the home of tho
bride':, parents on Twenty -first street.)
The couple will receive their friends,
at their new home on Rlverdulo road.
Mis Henry D. Moyle and baby
daughter have returned to their home
in Salt Lake following a visit of sev
eral weeks with Mrs. Movie's parents,!
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wright,
Dr. E. R. Dumke left Tuesday for (
Los Angeles, where ho will Join his
wife, who has been visiting on Che
couat for the past month. Dr. and.
Mrs dumke will return home In about
a week, I
Mrs. Morris Flowers and daughter, I
r t. Mrs. it 1 Baker, Mrs, , N.I
Fulton and Mrs. Arthur King motored'
to Salt Lake Mo'ei-M and spent the
Mrs Alvin Johnson of this city, who
has been visiting with friends and
relatives In Denver, Pueblo and Can
on City, Colorado, during the past
two weeks, arrived m Ogden Satur
day. . .
Mrs. Walter Marks of St. Louis andl
Mr Edward Werthelnvr of Cluoln-I
natl are guests at the home of their!
parents, Mr. and Mra, Abe Kuhn. j
They wi re called to Ogden on account!
of the Illness of Mrs. Kuhn.
Miss Helen f'onroy returned during
the early part of the week from Poca-I
tello, where she spent tho Thanks-i
giving holidays as lh. guest of Mlsy
Margaret Ma lone
Miss Kathryn Fitzgerald is herj
from Kvansville. III., for a few months'j
visit with relatives and friends.
j Academy Girls , M
Costume Event I
! Annual Chanty Ball on Wed- M
nesday Evening Proves R
Vmong tir society events of the B
ireek iras the annual charitj costume jH
oall given at Sacred Heart academy, fl
Wednesday evening in the gymnasiuiu
hall Students of iotli the senior and
Junior departments gathered and en-
Joyed the evening until a late hour, H
With dancing and games. For many H
1 years the ball has been given for the i
purpose nf iroidlng a real Christmas It
for a few little ones who would olh- H
erwiso be forgotten. H
Costumes of every color and hue, of H
every make and design, were evident H
during the evi nlntc. Miss Lima Com- '
stock and Mi - i.-.u-ne Hagley received Mfl
ih- honors for the best costumes. Miss
'omstock represented All Baba of
the stor " Baba and the Forty BJ
Thieves." while Miss Bagly was cos- BJ
turned as one of th.- thievea Miss Far- 1 BJ
ntt a Crowley received the prize for I
Ihe best characterisation Other cos-
tumes eident during the evening worn E.
those of a Spanish dancer, a Gypsy for-
tune teller and Martha Washington. f
Costumes of other countries and na- BJ
j Hons were worn, and many of the HJ
I students characterized princes and
princesses In numerous fairy tale3 as
... II as men and Women made famoUM i iH
by William Shakespeare in his tragi - ,JH
' dies and comedies.
During the evening, luncheon was ,1 U
serVed. Candy and other novelty BJ
' gifts were sold at attractive booths ar- BJ
' ranged around the hall- Dancing was BJ
participated In during the greater part BJ
' of the evening , BJ
Miss Bdna Kohn has returned from H
Pocatello, where she spent the BJ
; rh'anksglving holidays with friend-. B
m v w HI
Mr. and Mr? C. S. Gunnell left 9
Monday for a week's trip to Boise,
Nampa and Idaho Falls, Idaho. They
will return to Ogden during the com-
ing week. B
Mra. Julian B. Teavltt and daugh-
lers, Helen and Ardele. spent the last BB
, week-end In ngdcn with Mrs Leavitt's llf'swJ
j parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Moves.
Mrs. Ruba Tarman of the Broom J i I
' hotel left Wednesday afternon for BJ
months visit on the western uB
Mrs Philip Krfisoly hns returned Bj
from a six weeks visit in the east. BH
Mr and Mrs. E, 0. Wattis left dur- , Q
the week for San Francisco, where BB
they will spend the Christmas holi- BBJ
Mrs. G. A Whltmeyer entertained BB
the members of the Ladies' Aid so- BB
iiei of the First Presbyterian church. BB
section No. 1 Tuesday afternoon at BB
her home on Twenty-fifth street. The BJ
afternoon was spent In needlework and
In doing work for the Christmas ba- BJ
Bfl ir, which is to be held In the church
pirlors At the close of the afternoon BH
dainty refreshments were served by BB
The second of a series of silver teas BB
to be given by the Sacred Heart BB
iclation was given Sunday BJ
afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. .. BJ
Pell, 321 Twentieth street, with M n BJ
Bdna Ludwlg Clark and Bessie Ahern H
I SS hostesses. The tea table was cen- B
tered with a large bouquet of violets J
J and Ophelia roses. Presiding at the BJ
I tea table were Mrs J. P O'Carroll. BJ
Mri J T Fisher, Mrs Raymond r H
Morrissey and Miss Genevieve Mc- Bj
Nulty. Miss Barbara Pell and Miss H
i Ruth McBride served. Vocal selec - B
I tloii3 were given by Miss Beth Ahern, H
Mrs. J T Fisher and Mrs. Raymond H
P. Morrissey. About thirty-five. BJ
guests were in attendance H
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Carson have
moved into their new home at 2847 i fl
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Mr. Napp. of Ely, Nev.. was the 1
complimented guest Friday evening 1 BJ
at a party given by Mrs J. II Hart- fl
Ulan Jr., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j BJ
G on;e Atkinson. About twenty COU- BJ
pies were present. The tlme was BJ
ipi m in p , , big l. mies, In rausli al IBJ
selections and In dancing daint BB
prepar. d I u ii. I. . ... 1 1 W.i yecd J,, i BJ
Mrs. J E Parks was the compli- H
men led gin t Thursday afternoon at BB
a party given by a few of her friends BJ
ai ie i home on rwenty-fourth street,
rhe occasion was tho birthday anm- BH
versary of Mrs Parks. The after- i BJ
noon was passed in needkwork and BH
Crocheting. Mrs. Parks was presenter . BH
with a beautiful Jardiniere, several BH
boxes of candy and other gifts. a BJ
delicious luncheon was served by the h
hostess to the following guests Mrs. j
M. 1 1. adman, Mrs. I .. L Mortenscn. BH
Mrs. Thomas I teed. Mrs. r. Lec Haw- 1 BH
y, Mrs. i: Ford, Mrs. M. j. O'Connor. 1 BH
Mrs. H m, ECrumperman, Mrs, M. J.
O'Uanlon, Mrs. n. M. Armel, Mrs. BH
a M . Linen, Mrs. G. C. Klmes. Mrs. BH
a. E. Bruerton, Mrs. R, Ramsden 'BBJ
and Mrs J l- Campbell. BH
Mi;.x Mary Read, daughter of Mr
and -Mrs. J. G. Read, became the BB
bridge of Rodger Chappie one day last BB
week, when the wedding ceremony BB
was solemnized at the Logan temple. H
Mr and Mrs Chappie wore accom- BB
panled to Logan by the brides pat- BB
cuts. Mr. and Mrs J. G. Read, Mr.
and Mrs W Farl Read and Mr. Chap
pie s mother, Mrs. Trollcht Chappie.
The party was joined at Iogan by BJ
a brother of the t.rlde and his wife, BB
Mr. and Mrs Walter T; Rend Fol- H
l..v ing tho wedding ceremony in th.
temple, a wedding dinner was served H
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter T.
Read. Mr. u.d Mm Chappie left for
thcr honeymoon. They will live in j
Ogden and will bo at home to their
friends at -730 Washington avenue ''
after December 10. BB
Mrs. J. A. Janseu of 86.54 Liberie B
avenue leaves today with her little B
daughter. La Verne, for California. BP,
.Mrs. Jensen will remain In California B
for the winter and during her stay B
then will visit the principal cities on j B
the coast. BJ