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2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-LXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1920. P
I Salt Lake Society j
I SALT LAKE, Dec. 4. Miss Ellen
I copenlng entertained nt a dinner tat
I Monday night at i ' ! ninn home,
I 1076 East South Temple street. In
I honor of in., twenty-fifth wedding an-
I niversary of her parents. Mr. and Mr.
I Frank L. Cozening.
I Yfiinw chrysanthemums lorated
I (he tabl
I wore used In the hln room COVfM
I Were laid for twelve.
I Miss Nina Cnpenlng entertained
I twenty fr'.cnd--- S&turda) night at a
I dancing pariv al the Copenlnji home.
M Miss TUHa Mollerup, who' mkm-
H rlago to Loval Philip Wlloo of Dal-
H las. Texas, took place Wednesdav eve-
ning, entertained at a trousseau
Saturday afternoon al her home. 601
J Th living room was decorated in
H rod chrysanthemums. Pink ehrysan
H J tlifinums were used in Ihe dining
H room. A Kowpie bride formed ihe
H ' centerpiece for the tea lable
H Presiding at the table were Miss
H N'anon Croxall, Mrs. Paul Ray and
Mrs. Vere L. Marttneau. Assisting
worth. Miss Dorothj f-iirnsworth, Miss
j Marion Hiskey and Miss fJeulah Hud-
?J son. Assisting in receiving the guestl
M n were the brides mother, Mrs. Carl
Mollerup: Mrs. L. S. Wilcox mother
HJ nf the bridegroom. :mil Miss tvy Van
Cott. Little MIm Margaret Van Cott
Kf received the guests' rards at the floor.
About 100 called between the hours
ff of A and 0 o'clock.
M o'clock Wednesday evening al the
M home of the bride. The ceremony was
M I performed by the Rev. Mark Ftifen-
bach. A small reception followed.
Miss iv Vun Cott was bridesmaid
The Short Story club was entertaln-
ed Monday afternoon bj Mn r.euiah
f Sloi-r Lewis at her home on Twcnty
f first South street. "Romanticism
MX Realism" was discussed
H I Kej ting Mrs
1 -The Kiss." by Chekoff. to illustrate
1 the paper. Mrs. D. W. McAllister
read "To Build a Fire" by Jack Lon-
I Tea w.is served al the ' lose Of the
I program The ta table had a center-
piece of yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs.
I fj G. Plummi r presided at the table.
I About twenty-five club members wcrs
j Mrs. Anna 11. King m ...u,-s (tie
marriage of her daughter. Carol K.
i Sugden. to Clifford a. Husbands. Tlio
wedding took place Saturday evening
Mr. and Mrs v. c. Hiokens attended
1he young couple. Mr. and Mrs. HUS
bonds will be al home at 50C Kuet
Miss Leona eluest eiitprtuni d Satur
day riight at her home. 349" South j
State street. The evening was spent
in dancing and games. LiK.nt refreeh
mfnts were served. Chrysanthemums
decorated the rooms. The guests nuin-l
bered fourteen. The hostess was as-'
slsted by her mother, Mrs. John M.I
The Sans Soucl ciui was entertained
last Monday night by M!.s Gwendolyn
Caine at her home. 95 S Tenth East
j street. The evening was spent n sow-
ing and music. Light refreshments
were served. Thirteen Hub members
were In attendance.
Mr. and Mrs E l P
returned from b
trip. Including vLslts In Tea u. N'
' Orleans and New York
Major and Mrs Pre I
i are now at home at i j i;
I South street.
I Mrs. Rutht f r i B Sui
at home with her mol Hcn-
, rletta Martin, in the Canning i
j Captain Samuel C Rarrlck, wh.
been engaged in tmslness lr. Sen
since lh ending Of 1 1 1 - war. has re-i
i ntern.! the tervios and has been uta
tioned ai Camp Lewis Where he a nr. I
MaJOV and Mr-. Maui nil ll. Han-,
del are now at home .it itu Motel j
Mrs. Kaffick are now n' home,
Announ. . mi hi 's made ol the en
gagement : Mls-s lSUen Gordon f
his eity sn.i Abram Afliok of Ogden.
A rr-eitm;- .' which the innotine
ment was made was rlven at the home
of th. bride's mother, Abram Garden,
871 Fast Second South fetfeeet,
Thanksgiving day. The wedding will
take place In December.
Mr-, a. Flaher and Mrs. (to Wisher
left yeeterday for southern California
to spend the winter.
A.nnouncemeni has been received
i from Bartleavllle, Okla., f the nuir
rlafe in that eit f Bamuel Williams
i of Salt Lake and Miss nri Condll
I of i int bt, N J. Mr. willlarns is tht
! ion of Parley i.. Wllliame of this uv
Tiu young couple mei si Dover, N
j. while Mr. WUliami was hi th ( '
'vice of the govemfnoni at 'hat Place.
Mr and Mrs. Williams wil make th.-.-I
home in BarUeevflle. where the bride
groom is engaged in the oil business
friends of Mr;. Mae W B'lotb.ow of
Woodbine, Iowa, were Invited to meet'
her a1 lea Tuesd.iN afternoon from 4
until t, o'clock h Mrs. B: Q. Rlahard
son and Mrs. Valentine B. Hoy, al the
(home of Mrs. Richardson, on Douglas
The living room s decorated In
pink rosea. Yellow chrysanthemums'
I in n silver formed a centerpiecS
! for the tea (able. Yellow candlM In
, iiiver holders w,re at either end.
The hostesses were assisted I" re
jcelvlng bv Mrs. J . S- M. l'residlng
I at the tea tabic were Mrs. Banter
W alker. Mrs. Adolph julst, Mrs. W. A.
Howard and Mrs. Fred llalllff. Assist-j
Ing In serving were Mrs. llarmel Pratt.
Mrs. Frank Rolapp, Mrt. Lawrence
Naylor and Mrs Darwin Hichartlson.
The guest.s number, .1 se eiuy-flve,
limited to the girlhood associate of
Mrs. Flothow, who was formrrh Miss
Rene Redman of this city.
Miss Bva Andnls of Mammoth and
Letter Carter of this city were mar-
' rled Tuesday afternoon at E o'clock at
the homo of the bride'.- slater, Mrs
'James S Greger-on. ..n li street The
ceremony was performed uw Mayor c
Clarence Neslen and was followed by
la wiiliting supper for relatives and
, close friends.
A kewple bride formed the center
piece for the supper table. The rooms
w i decorated In pink roses and car
i The bride wore a salmon pink geor
gette crept? beaded gown.
Members' of the Sunday school clas
of James E. Berkley entertained at B
reception last Tuesday night In the,
parlors of the Iminanuel Baptist
church in honor of th' golden wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Berkley.
Toasts were responded to by friends
of the couple. wh were married De
cember, l, 1S70, at Marietta, hlo The
Rev. J. Sherman Walla, e, pastor of
Immanuel BaptUI church, was toast
master The toasts were us follows:
"Our Teacher.'' Mr- WeSlCf Davis:
"(uir Friends." Mrs. Frank Lucas;
"Our Absent Members," Mrs. li. L.
Corum. Fifty guests were In attend
ance. The marriage f Miss, Virginia A.
Vlolett and Harold G. p.lnmenthj.1,
both of Provo. took place Tuesday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock In the study of
the Immanuel Baptirt church. The
ceremony was performed l the Rev.
J. Sherman Wallace, pastor of the
Chrysanthemums, typical autumn
blossoms, formed th decorations for
a luncheon given Tuesday afternoon
spread tor tp-
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recommends L2 T ynp 'TT t-v
I Banquet Bet- IJ U 1 1 Jr"
1 1pr Rntter PARTICULARLY MADE
i&i u,uuw' FOR THE FINEST TRADE
I NELSON RICKS CREAMtRY G
; "d SALT LAKL OQDEN
MISS DELLA SHAW, dauoltter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.T
Shaw, whose engagement to Erwin R. ShurtlifT has been ,
announced by her parents. The wedding will take place
in the near future.
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by Mrs. J. M. Bid well in compliment
to Mrs. Kenneth C- Karr of Seattle,
who la visiting at the home of her
father, L Grande Young. The flow
ers were rasc-colorcd and were ar
ranged In a white enamel basket.
Covers were laid for Mrs. Karr. Miss
Alton Young. Mrs. William Held. Miss
Minnie Sadler, M!js Fanny Hanatnr.
Miss Ida Hanauer, Mis. D. J. Sharp.
Mrs. William Iglehart, Mrs. Elsworth
Daggett, Miss Joanna Bprgfue and
Mrs. C. W. Rooklldg.-.
Members of the Utah Bridge club
were entertained at luncheon and
bridge Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
Frank L. Hart at her home 1 1 Limn'ii
avenue. Bed berries In a basket form
ed a centerpiece for the table Th"
place cards and nut cups were In the
holiday d'-slE ii :.
.Covers woro laid for the following
club members: Mrs. Theo Willes. Mrs.
Leslie Covey, Mrs. Harold Y. Peck.
Mrs. Julian Hardy. Mrs. llaynor M i' -ka.
Mrs. B. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Leo
Bachle, Mrs. i '. Frasler, Mrs. J. Mc
Carty and Mrs. West.
Mrs- L. f!. Bk id more entertained
Monday evening at In r I . : Fast
Right h South Btreet( In honor of .M r.
Robert Abbott, formerly Miss Dorothy
Brown, u Thanksgiving day brld". The
evening was spent in games. A late
supper was served. A kewple bridal
party formed the centerpiece for the
table. Pink carnations were used about
The hostess was assisted by her
mother, Mrs. A L. Weaver; .Mis Alice
Bent rod und Mrs. Floyd Dern.
f.lrs. Guy B, Boworman. Sr.. win.
hu9 recently returned frmn New York,
entertained at luncheon at the Alta
club Wedm sday In honor of Mr?. iu
R. Bowerman, Jr., and Mrs. Lloyd
Weeter, brides of the last yejir.
Luncheon was served In tho blue
room of the clubhouse. A low mound
of yellow chrysanthemums was the
centerpiece for the table. The place
cards bore the monogram of the hos
tess In gold. Covers wen., luld for
Miss Nell Stahsbury, worker in the
Indun-strlul department of the Y.
C. A., left for her some, in Minneapolis
Saturday, was entertained Wed
nesday afternoon at the c lub rooms of
the Y- W. C. A. by tho staff of the
;L3soelatlon. The entertainment was
arranged as q surprise to mish stans
bury. The centerpiece for the u . tabb-
wns a bowl of fruit. Covers were laid
for Miss Stausbury. Mrs. A. C. Keith,
Miss Helen Clark, MIj-s Qladys Van
Meter Mies Julia Martin. Miss Lavlnla
Brown. ,Iis S. r.i I'ettee. .I -S V, ; .,
Olmste-.id. Miss Dorothy B.-ll. l
Mary Stewart. fMrs. F. S foung and
Miss Grace Bailey.
Miss Stansbury was presented with
a moss agate ring.
The orchestra of the University of
Utah entertained Wednesday at a
luncheon in the school cafeteria in
honor of Miss Romania Hyd.-, i.rid
of next week. The guests were seated
at one long table. The ccnterpelcc
was a basket of hell tropes, tied with
lavender tulle, nnd the ices and can
dles carried out the color scheme of
lavender. Durlrtg the luncheon a pre--dentation
speech was given by Weber
Lund, at which time Miss Hyde re
ceived a gift from the orchestia.
The committee In charge of arrange
ments Included Miss Doono Smoot,
Mlaa FKfher Bennlon, Alvtn EClrkharn
nnd George Cliff. Thirty gUCStS wen
The Spanish club of the University
I Of Utah held its meeting Wednesday
evening in tho women's rest room of
I the Park Memorial building The
Greek letter Organisations on the
campus furnished a musical program,
I which Inc luded a vocal solo by Miss
Ruth Boynion. a violin .solo by Mlxs
Lois Cannon and songs by the Blgfia Pi
quartet. Readings were given bv Miss
Bemlco Derrick and Olen Wllltama.
The committee In charge of ar
rangementa included jiffies Beatrice
, Hurst. Chi Omega; Miss Fouls, ebe
Jker. Alpha 'hl; .Miss iluth Sin. .(lev.
Lambda Fhl Lambda, Bert Ballard,
Sigma PI. About seventy-five guests
I were present,
t- m m
Th ! marriage of Miss Mrlb.i Nllson
land Allison Bills took place Wednes
day at noon In the Salt Like temple.
A reception was given lust nlghl ii
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
'and MTS..J )t. Nllson. 1 4 Fast Thlrtv
I ninth South street Miss Film Nilson
andIlss Ileen Harrington were brides,
'maids and J. O. NllSOO was bet man
The couple will be at home after De
fecruber 15 at Riverton.
) 11m. laud S. Williams entertained
a( the first of a aerfes of bridge teas
at her home In the Hilicreet apart-
ments Wednesday afternoon. The tea
itabje had a clutiy lace cover, with a
I basket of blue corn flowers and morl
I golds as a CMkterploce. The living
room was decorated in lavender and
Guests were entertained at eight ta
bles at bridge, with others for tea.
The hostess was assisted bv Mrs. Law-
rence Mariger, Mrs. R. B. spelchcr.
Miss Helen Jennings and Mis. William
i 'a rlon.
..Mrs. Williams will entertain the
same number of guests In tho second
of the series of parties thla afternoon.
In tho presence of relatives and
close friends, the marra go of Miss
TUlla Mollerup and LoyaJ Phillip Wil
cox of Dallas, 'i i m . took place la I
Wednesday night at 7.3u o'clock at
the homo of the bride's parents. Mr.
land Mrs. Carl Mollerup. Gt.l Elisabeth
street. Tho ceremony v.as performed
!y the Rev. Mark Rlbenhark and was
followed by a large reception.
Yellow chrysanthemums wero com
bined with palms und ferns In the
decorations of the living room. Yel
low cathedral candles c;ust a soft light
about tho room, in the dining room
the red and green colors of the A I phi
Chi sorority, of which th bride Is a
member, were carried out. a basket
of red berries, with preen foliage,
formed the centerpiece f,,r the sup
per table. Four red candles in crys
tal holders were at the corners of
tho table Red carnation were used
about the rooms.
The bride's gown was of white sat
in Francals. with a yell caught with
I orange blossoms. She woro a string
of pearls, the gift of the bridegrom.
and carried a shower bouquet of bride
roses. Miss Ivy Van Cott. bridesmaid,
wore pink satin trimmed In" Silver
l ice, and carried Ophelia roses l r
Clifford Rudlne was best man.
Mrs. Mollerup. the bride's mother,
woro black net over while satin, with
a corsage of Ophelia roses- .Mrs.
U Wilcox, mother of the bridegroom,
wore gray Georgotto crepe. Mrs.
George Roberts, sister of the brldo
groom, wore white lace.
Tho wedding music was furnished
by Professor Charles Shepherd, pian
ist. Arthur I'edcrson Preber, violinist;
Miss Jessie Perry, soprano soloist.
The Mendelssohn wteddlng march was
played as the wedding partj appeared
I l'-ss Perry sang "Because" before
the ceremony, and 'T Love Thee." af-
Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Mollerup
i and the Wedding parly in receiving
jSAGE TH TURNS
GRAY Hi DM
jit's Grandmother's Recipe to
Bring Back Color and
Luster to Hair
Tim i beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair c;m only be had by brew
ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul
phur Your hair is your charm, it
makes or mars the face. When it
fades, turns gray or streaked, Juot an
I application or two of Sage and Sul
Iphur enhances lis appearance a bun
Ion't bolher to prepare the mixture;
(you can get this famous old recipe- im
proved by the addition of other in
gredients al a small cost, all ready for
jus, it is called Wyeth's Sage and
: Sulphur Compound This can always
I be depended upon to bring back the
'natural color and luster of your hair.
Everybody uses Wyoth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because it
darkens 80 naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell it has been applied.
You simply dampen a sijonge or soft
brush with It and draw this through
the hair, taking one small strand at a
time; by morning the gray hair has
disappeared, and alier anoth' r uppli
'cation it becomes beautifully d.uk and
appears glossy and lurtrous. Adver
K Silk hkimg Sale M I
.'r. t ;;s j We have just received a largo .iLpmcnt of t):e finest sijks from fRjft Hi
r- 5J the Orient. .j J
v f- ' Prom December 4 to December 11, we offer a -a
selection of excellent silk shirtings, per yard, I X ilfei'il T
V v j only P- V iS7''
FW.'1 othcr neavY sillcs- including fine crepe dc chine, per yard, r,p to 32 GO ICtfei? 9
gMOJO HO USE
the guests were Mrs. Wilcox and Mrs.
Itoberts. in the dining room wore!
members of the Alpha Chi sorority. In
. ludlng Miss Ruth Davla, Miss Aft.m,
I'.i, v, MISS Elisabeth Prosser, Miss
Dorothy Day, Miss Marjorie Whlteley,
Miss Rosella Mantel, Misx Dorothy
Parnsworth, Miss i.uclle Farneworth,
Mil Nahoa Croxall and Miss June
The couple will leave today for Dal
las, where they will make their home.
Mrs. V. J. O'Connor entertained
the Klklns club at luncheon Wednes
day at her home on Gleninare avenue.
The table had a centerpiece of Hur-
: gundy chrysanthemums arranged in a1
Covers were laid for the following
club members. Mrs. A. W. Stiblch,
Mrs. Prank Alexander, Mrs. J3. E.
Bennett, Mrs, Hurt Main, Miss Jessie
Kwift, Mrs. Frank Hurt. Mrs Wil
liam 1-aubcnder. Mrs Frank D. Keo
ler, Mrs. Waller J Lwls. Jr.. Mrs.
lit'' "I i i.i ri-. d and M is H J i ni-
. . ,
Members of the I' tophi club were
entertained at luncheon Wednesday
by Mrs. W. BS. Samuelson, 11&4 Km
erson avenue. An Ivory basket of
bronze chrysanthemums was the cen
terpiece for the table. The place cards
were In chrysanthemum design. Cov
ers wen.- luld for twelve.
Mrs. J C. LlttleXleld was hostess to
th( retiring officers of Miriam chap
; ler. No. 14. order of the Eastern
' Star, and a few additional guests at
an informal aftemon party Wednes
i day at her home in the Browning
apartment. Original games worn
played during the afternoon with hon
ors awarded to Mrs. F Parker. Airs.
' Llttlefleld v.as assisted by her mother.
Mrs B. Z. Jonea, and Bister, Mr. S. J.
Conwell Twenty-five guests were
Mis. John ThUrstOli entertained the
' H. i. M. club last Tuesday evening at
I her borne. Pi. Twenty -ninth Street,
I Two tables of live hundred were
1 ployed With Mrs. Joseph bltaker rc
I eelvlng the honors. At the close of
the evening a luncheon was served.
The rlub will meet again In two weeks
it the home ol Mrs. C. W. Iverson.
1647 Washington avenue.
The Child Culture club met Thurs
day afternoon in the I nlversity club
rooms with Mrs Marian BrOwnlngi
and Mrs. Ada Moyes us hostesses.
I Pink chrysanthemums adorned then
president's table. An audience of
m.i- -five listened With attention to !
the beautiful reading by Mrs J. Q.l
Lynch ol Katrine Traak's pTay, "In
the Vanguard." Mrs. Lynch gave al
tine inierpn ation of the characters
and told the plot of the story with
ki n insight. Mrs Berths Bodies foi-(
lowed With an interesting lalk on the
Girl Scout movement which has pro-
grossed rapidly In Ogden. Two vocal
( selections, The Little House U'
Dreams" and "The Hoad to Looking
Forward," were charmingly renderec!
bj Miss Marianne Browning a-- a fit-1
Mng Climax to the afternoon.
The regular meeting of the iris
i to rice 1 society was held November 27.1
Tho study subject for the day was
"Italy Political and Social Condi-!
Hons." A most interesting and well
prt pared paper was presented by Mrs.j
J. J. MalonOi thd chairman for thu
day. and discussion followed the read-;
in of the paper John A. Junk, thai
prinolpal of the Americanization;
i school, gave a talk, describing the
Work of the S hOOl during the three
jears slnrc its organisation and ways
, In whic h the women's clubs may be
of assistance In carrying on thi move
ment. Tin- members anei quests en-J
joyed two very pleasing vocal seloe-'
Hons given by Mr. Pernelius, and three
brilliant piano solo;, rendered by Clif
ford Kn.i Three new i. nilieis were
received by tho club. The next meet
ing will be held un Pece'inber II
Mrs Bdrla Karland will be host-
S3 to the members of the Liberty
Club Thursday afternoon at her home,
313 Twenty-eighth street.
Members of the Pythian Sisters will
meet Tuesday evening In the lodge
bill for business meeting and elec
tlon of officers. Members of the staff
Will be present.
Meihhem Of the Live Oak club will
be honored at a dinner and Pantages
party Friday evening. Five o'clock
dinner will be served at Poller's cafe,
after which the party will go to the
Mrs E. M Kent was hostess to the
members of the w. c. T. If, at herl
home. :'S0 Thirty-fourth street, Wed-,
neaday afternoon. After a short!
program was enjoyed refreshments'
wero served bv the hostess. I
Mrs. George R W hitmeyer and Mrs.
Charles A. West entertained the mem
bers of the Westminster Guild of the
First Presbyterian church Wednesday
evening at the home of Mrs Whlt-j
i meyer on Grant avenue. The time was)
spent In neeellekork and the making
of pretty articles for the Presbyterian
1 annual Christmas bazaar lo be hbld
I , ,-e'iii l"-r ;i and I u in the church par-
i lors. Refreshments were served by,
Mr. and Mrs Howard Bwanner and
Miss Nellie Chappet entertained the
mi mbers of the Qui Vive rlub Tues
day evening at ihe home of MisiChap-j
pie. 3060 Washington avenue. Games,
sewing and music furnished the dlver-i
sions fer the- evening. A luncheon'
was served b the hostesses lo the
following gue.sts: Mrs. Alice Zundel.
Mrs. Uiwrcnce Watson, Miss KUa
BUckfeldt, Mis- Mabel Stewart, Miss
Mabel France. Miss Mureb li Sage-. Mlsa (
Blva Larl and Miss Delia Karl.
. . .
The Historical Club will meet Sat
urday afternoon. December 11, at the s
Knights of Pythias hall. IUly will r
be studied during the ufternoon Mrs o
Josephine Hirst wll give a paper on C
The Italy of the North." while Mrs
C, B. Coulter will give "Venice Now
and Then" Mrs. G. W. Perkln- and t
Mrs. G. 1 Zimmerman will be tho f
hostesses for the afternoon.
Members of the ' t;,le . Drama club I
et Saturday afternoon in the
Knights of Pythias hall at 30 o'clock r
with Mrs. A. Ciark ami Mrs. Rae ECl ck 1
Piers as hostesses for the afternoon.'
A program was given. Including a sB
paper on James M. liavrle by Miss E9H
.Ita F ilhriK-e-,- Mrs. Norma Scars H
Evans read "Dear BrUtUS." A vocal gfl
solo was given by Mrs. (J. Porter and liB
Mls.s Smith entertained with n violin
solo. The next meeting of the club
will be held December IS, when Mrs.
Nebeker and MaM Irene Crum Will BSM
be the hostesses for the afternoon. HM
Several camps of the Daughters of
the Pioneers met during the week as
follows: l imp m wll h Mn Verne m
Holson i lsi Thursday ifl i noo i a hi i 1 I
camp I JgW
B with .Mrs. Rachel Larson Thursdaj I
afternoon at her residence. 167 Twen-ly-ftrst
street. Mrs. Rachel Middle
ton was the Vlslttng board member.
Two camps held their meetings Friday
afternoon. Cam. J. which met with
Mrs. J. w WIlCQX, with Mrs Ro
sella POrrln and Mrs. McGregor as
visiting board members, and Canip gH
with .Mrs. Fred Williams, 1961 Wash
ingion avenue, with Mrs Lola Emmett
as visiting board member At each
of the meetings, business hour was en-
joyed .wlfh a social hour following g
Refreshments were served by the ggl
Mrs. A. G Jones entertained the Hi
members of the Bridge club Wednes- HX1
day afternoon nt her home. Honors Hi
for the card .'..n,e.s were awarded to sfW
Mrs J f Daniels ahd Mrs H u HH
MeCune. Refreshments were served glH
by the hostes Th.- next meeting of
tne club will be held in two weeks. PH
Mrs Mamie Plant. was hostess
Wednesday afternoon to ihe membi rs Rwil
of the Social Dour clul.. Nelghlors of Lgl
Woodcraft, No. 6S1, at her home 2a '6 Bfl
Lincoln avenue. The suest were en- HLti
tertalned at four tables ,,f fTg hun- iH
Ired with favors awarded to lra H
' r' '' Plants, Mrs Elisabeth Best Mrs .$1
Lena Preeoe und Mrs. Callie Kroll fl
A dinner was served following tho Hfl
card games Pink and white chrys- ligfl
inthemums arranged In a large vase- -formed
the centerpiece for the ta-
Me Christmas place e urds were u-ed H
Mrs. (iuy Vaughn of Wells. Key,, and
Mrs. Carla Rodenbaugh of Salt ike MM
were tho guests of the club.
HU D is PAR VLYZED
,P . T . Al ! LONG SUSHI frtl
international n u.- Service
CQLUMBU8, Ga. Nov. I'J Aftc H
leeplnp for three month?, little Ber- gH
leal ' 'a Id well, aged ton. ,s awaken. I ggl
ud is paralysed in the legs and many sH
ther parts en the body. The discs,.
if the child has be.-n n , ,Q
olumbus physicians. All efforts on
he part of doctors to arouse her H
She awoke suddenly n,i uu'.oi;'
I.. rent cause. She was a strOna LHI
ealthy child. irpng sB
Th,. cttlaens of the city a,-e no.v g
lakllUJ up a fund with which to ,,aV
he child s expenses n some institutloo aHI
rlth the hope that she may be cured
I THE RELIABLE! I
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WE -RE CECIALISTS IN CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK
H Wa nave a Specialist In Plate or False Teeth Work. If you have Dlatsa I
you cannot wear, see us.
We have the largest office In Ogden Ou- sixth year without a ch I
of .3"33ement, which mokes our guarantee good. " I
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