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Brigham Society :
KIMGILVM CITY. Dec. 4. Ms. Har
ld Chrifrtensen 0 Calgary. Canada.
mmmU 19 spending th month her.' visiting
VummW with his wif find his mother. Mrs.
Bmma L. Pratt. Mrs. ChrtiUnroni
H has been with Mrs. Trait during hei
L Illness this winter.
LM Mr. and Mrs. Wynn L. Eddy spent
IH Tuesdav In Ogden.
ZM Mrs Mac 01 f' Mondaj for
H Ios Angelas. Cel.. where .-he expects
Lmmm to spend the winter.
Mrs. Charles reek, of Malad. Is
visiting her mother. Mrs. Maria By
! water who is 111 at her home.
jfH Mesdames Dan Reed"r and Dan S
Jones, went to Malad Friday to at-
Bfl end the funeral services of their aunt.
iH Wllhelm Knrth has ;,oe.te.i
to pro on a mission to Switzerland and
. x will leave for his field of labor on
I cember 1 I.
JH Mrs Hyrum Jenson. of Colllnslon,
was a business visitor Monday.
'JM ' '
jmBM Mrs. E. Calton and family of Stone,
(Ml Idaho, have moved to Brigham and are
'TsBB living at 628 South Second Wot.
9 Mr. and Mrs. William Brown and
M baby of Grace, Idaho, have come to
!ubiI3 lirigham to spend the winter.
m 1 ,r. and Mrs C. C. Jenson of Sandy,
MMH spent the week-end visiting relatives
4 iy Mrs. Lizzv Bingham and Miss Thel-
$fl ma Tlngy havo returned from Dayton
; ilitJli Idaho, where they went to attend the
funeral of Mrs. James J'age.
tag Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pelrce motored
HWf to Salt Lake Cltv Monday, accompan-
BH led by Mrs William Byrnes who has
iaflM been Visiting with them.
I, . M,-. nnd Mr? Stewarl Horslej of
I HI Salt Lake City, came up to attend the
LAI funeral services of their grandfather,
HlwJ William lloraley.
Hlfl Messrs. "vT. A. Call, nnd W V. Call.
IP went to Garland Wednesday :if
1 &I . 'end the funeral scrvl of Mr; Ada
. M 3urns
BPn Mr and Mrs B. W. Dui
.k Ogden Tuesday
P Bishop and Mrs Whcatley of Honey-
M vllle. are visiting in Brigham Wed-
HhB Monday evening. Mrs. Clifford
BU Wot hers was surprised by a number of
Hl her lady friends. The evening was
flBV! spent playing Sou. dainty lunch -
XEj eon was served. A crystal howl of
BEj chrysanthemums was used Cor the een-
I i terplc '' '
BB Mesdames, Sterling Madson, Jack
riurl Chris Rasmuapen Ethel Lusher,,
John Lee, Hcnrv Harris, Alice Ellon.
Lorenae Peterson, mi Leonora Rom-
Mr and Mrs. J. II. Wallis enter-!
Italned Sunday afternoon at their home:
I in honor of the 70lh birthday of ,
Mr. Carter A pink and while color
scheme was carried out In the deoor-j
i ations. A four-course dinner was,
served. Pink and white flowers, ana
8 large birthday cako decornted witln
I jdnk and white candles formed the ;
centerpiece for the dining table. Cov
ers were laid for Messrs and Mes
diimos Simeon Carter, Samuel Carter,
Wilmer Carter, J. H. Whlltt, D. H.
Stokes. V If Tingy. '. W. Karl. Will-,
iam Gldney, and fourteen grandchild-,
. . .
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Flshburn enter-1
Malned Thursday at a famjlj Thanl.s
' giving dinner In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
m.ix M. Flshbdrn, who were recently
married A Crystal bowl of chrysan
themums was used for the centcrplei i
I Of the dinner table. Covers were laid
I for Messrs. and Mesdamei Max BTSh-
; burn Prahcta rishhurn. and family.
'Noble Flshburn and family. Glenn j
I Klshburn and family. P W. Flsbhurn.j
Mrs Mack, of ogden. William Dunn.
. . .
Mrs David S ahl entertained at a
famllv dinner party Thanksgiving day.
Fall flowers were used for th center
j piece of the dinner I ible- After din
ner, the evening was spent in a social
waj and a musical program given.
' Mrs. Ada Bott entertained at a sur
i jprlse shower Friday evening in honor
I of her granddaughter, Ruth Feterson.
' F'eeember bride. The rooms were dec
orated with yellow and white chrys
, antne-mums, A dainty tray luncheon
was served after which Miss I'eter
! son bad the pleasure of opening many
beautiful and useful gis given to her
by friends and relatives pres
ent. Mis Flla Xrlson and fl-n N'.-la
j Glenn assisted Mrs. Bott in entertaln-
lnv Thirty K',psts were present.
Mr. aiid Mrs. Wllford Anderson sn
tertalned at a Thanksgiving dinner
Thursds afternoon at their home in
I honor of Mrs. Mary A. Olsen, who
i ieaes soon for California. A crystal
howl of white chrysanthemums form
t the centerpiece for the dinner ta-
' ble. Covers were laid for Mrs. Mary
Olsen; Messrs, Leroy ulscn. Golden
1 Robins, Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Ander
. . .
i Mr. ami Mrs. R. A. Beecher entev
' tnined at a dinner party Thanksgiving
1 day, celebrating their forty-fifth wed
I ding . anniversary. Bowls of white
i hrysanthemunis and a large wedding
cake decorated with candles formed
the centerpiece for the dinner tabic.
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs A
' W Compton. and daughter. Jennie.
Mr and Mrs; Qcorge Facer. Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Beecher, and family. Mrs.
Clue Waul of Elba, Idaho, Mr. and
k Sj "You haven't any idea, Lovey, r
flil. - . M what a difference good butter
j makes to a meal. Those hot cakes
j were just twice as good with that
I S splendid butter. Please buy that
II same kind all the time."
U Maid o9 Clover :
I Butter j!
It contributes so much to the enjoy
II ment of a meal The flavor makes all III
B H foods pleasing. It combines all the ele-
ments essential in building mind and
The cream used in making .Maid o'
Clover Butter is the riehest and purest,
from positively clean dairies. Maid o'
Clover Butter is the most nutritious and 111
energizing food you can obtain lu- use on
your family table.
Ask your grocer for Maid o' Clover j
1; Butter he gets it f posh each day.
Mutual Creamery Compang j
Miss Lorenc Shield, who
i take the part of a gypsy in j
ih,. operetta, 'The Merry Milk
I maids," to he presented Friday
I eV-ening at tHc First Obgrega-1
lionnl church. k
1 Mrs. It. A. Hecchcr. Messrs Tai l and
Much credit Is d-je the Ladles of the
rnrni Bureau of Bor&Ider county In
law essfillly providing a place where
'the out of town people can rest during
the day while BhoppUMf. wdlUng for
'cars, appointments, friends etc A com
, forlahlo room In the county court
i house has been given to tho ladles for
jthls purpose. They have had ii paint
ed and cleaned and It is now ready
'for the new rtirnlture they will buy
with the money generously donated
ly the business men Of this city. The
.ladies cordially Invito the out of town
people to visit this rest room at any
time they wish W rest. They will find
comfortable Chair couchfs and a bed
Cor the baby. The iadles wish to pra
irldc every comfort for th-- happlnesa
oi our visitors to this city.
Miss Lottie Hart of OeJen spent
Thanksgiving day here visiting her
(father. Mr O. C Hart.
Mrs Verc Facer and children of Po
catello are visiting at the home of Mr.
..ml Mrs. Walter Eanuiel.
i . .
Mr and Mrs Prank West of Lo
Igati Bpeni th- week end at the home ol
Mr. and Mrs Nele fladBcn Mrs. West
will visit a few days longer before returning.
Mrs. Clo'e Ward of Elba, Idaho, is,
visiting relatives here.
Mr. Paul Beecher and Mr Cecil
Beecher who are teaching at Weston.
Idaho spent the week end here.
J Mr-. O. C Mart of Salt Lake City.
I spent the week end here.
Miss Abbie Pond of Salt Lake City,
-pent the week end here. -
Mr. Freomon McKlnnose of Bvan
ston, Wyoming, is visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Tyson.
Mr. and Mrs Vernon Sheffield spent
i the week end with relatives here.
Mr. Bufir Jeppson of Salt Lake City
siionl the week end with relatives
Mr. James Colton was an gden
Mr Lorenio Anderson went to Salt
) Lake Citv Friday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Y u Knudsoni Mr.
land Mrs. Ployd Knudson and Mr.
! Warren Knudson and families .-pent
Thanksgiving day in Bali Lake City.
Mr. Christ Hoist was a business visi
tor to Salt Lake City Friday.
Mr. and Mr?. Eli Ler and children I
spent their Thanksgiving vacation ;
here Visiting with relatives-
Mr.;. YVm. Byrne of Salt Lake City.
i Isltillg .with Mr- and Mrs- Clifton
Mm. C. W. Knudson WOO a business
visitor to Salt Lake 'ity Friday.
Mr. Bernard Nichols spent the week
end in Sail Lake City, i
Mr. and Mrs. IT. C Day accompan
ied their little son. Chapln, to Ogden j
I Saturdav. He left Saturday afternoon
1 for Honolulu with Mrs. Chapln Hay
and will remain their during the wln-i
Mr. J. II Clive spent the week end I
In Salt Lake cit.
Miss Mabel Uuben spent the weak
end at her home in Salt Lake City.
Mis. FranolB Smith spent Friday in
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Himkley spent
Thursday In Salt Lake City
Mr and Mrs. C. A Anderson and
Mr. and Mrs Wllford Nelson and
children of ogden, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs John Iverson Thanksgiving
MALAD SOCIETY j1
(Special to The Standard-Examiner I
MALAD, Dec 4. MIbs Mae Fied
I erlckson wao hostess to the members
of tho Vonna Hon club last Friday
Miss Mario Peck of Malad is visit
ing In Lava Hoi Springs
1 Mr and Mrs. D. Peck entertained
at a Thanksgiving dinner. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Daniels, Dr.
and Mrs K. T. Mayer. Mr and Mr.
S J. Folland and Mr. and Mrs. D.
Mrs. Darviii Thomas was busies. i
to the members of the Clco club Fri
day Mrs Mazlo Jlalterman has returned
from a visit to Salt Lake.
m m a
Mlas I .cona Evans and Miss Mu me
Hill entertained a number of their
friends nt the home Of Miss Hill.
Games and music were enjoyed dur
ing the evening. Luncheon was served
by the hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R Mcintosh were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Silas Pr'co Wcdnc3do and Thursdn
of last week.
Mr. and Mr L- Kanr. omonaincd
a number or their friends Wednesday
evening. Supper was served to slx-
teen. Gaines were enjoyed later in
Miss Gladys Fredcrlckson Is visit
ing in Salt Lake.
Miss Delia Chlvcrs is visiting In
Mrs Rii3sell Scott returned Sunday
from Salt Like, wlure she spent the
last few days visiting friends.
a . a
BIlsS Matlle Jardlno has returned
from Jackson. Mont. Miss Jardine
was gone a month.
Mrs. A. E. Pelton left Sunday to
visit for the week in Salt Like.
(Secial to The Standard-Kynmlner.)
GARLAND, Dec. 4 Irs. David
Manning returned from a vir.it to Brig
ham during the early part of the wi i k.
She was a guest at the home of "her
daughter, Mrs victor Bott.
Miss Laura Sanberg of Salt Liko
was tho guest of Miss Nora Amott.
Miss Rattle Hoss returned Sunday
from Salt Lake, where she spent a;
part of the week as the guest of hei
sister, Mrs. A T. G rover.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Preston, Miss
Ll;ie Piesto.n and Miss Wanda Hose
spent Thanksgiving day with their
I parents, Mr. arid Mrs. William Pres
Miss Jul!a Hubbard of Willard was
Ihe guest of her slater, Mrs. Pauline
Hubbard, lust week.
Members of the sophomore class of
the Bear Elver Valley High school
gave a spider web party last Wedbesi
das evening in the school assembly
I hall. Students In charge were. J ae
j Llllywhlte. June Mason, Dellos Thomp.
I son ajtid 2rhelma lyprsen- Refreah
I menu were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland J. Hansen left
for Salt Lake to make their home.
The Garland Mutual Improvement
association gave a harvest festival
Tuesday of laat week In the opera
house Games and dancing were en
joyed. Governor-elect and Mrs. Charles R.
Ma bey and sons were Thanksgiving
guests at the home uf Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Norma Rhodes entertained at a
Thanksgiving dinner Thursday. Cov
ers were laid for six.
Mrs J. Li N'iIiii t of MOmgflale, Ida..
Is visiting her daughter, Mu. George
R. Cole. ,
r TREMONTON SOCIETY j
(Special t The Miindanl-Kvamlner.)
TREMONTON, Dec 4. Dr. and
Mrs J M. Waste have returned from
a week's visit to Salt Iake.
Mi-s June Iverson has returned to
Mls-s Vera 11 1 1 J " 1 1 leli for Salt Lake
Wednesday to isit friends
a a a
Salt I;ike to continue her studies at
the L. D. S. business, college after
spending the Thanksgiving nonuays -with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs N. W.
Mrs. M. J. Gebhardt left Monday
for her home in California after spend
the summer with her son, Rjy, In
fr. and Mrs. Joseph Tynor and
children are visiting their parents In
. a a
Mrs. A. D. McGuire and daughter.
Jewel, have returned from a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Orr have as
I their guest Miss Selena Beaulicu of
Mr and Mrs, Adolph Harris and
children are making their home in
Tri monton for the winter.
Mrs. S. L Mann returned Wednes
day from Salt Lake.
a . a
I Mrs. Ii. E. Adams of Thatcher is
visiting her brother, J. D. Harris, and
a a a
A farewell party was tendered to
I John Garfield Monday evening. Mr.
Garfield leaves In the near future for
a mission for the L. D. 3. church.
Mr. and Mrs. T, W. Sandall were,
Ogden guests the early part of the
a a a
j Miss Audrey Murphy of Corinne was.
a Tremonton gucd Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Klrkondall an
nounce the marriage of tholr nleoe.
Marguerite Gladys Marclnkowskl, to
Com ad Bolstad The wedding took
place October at Farmlngtbn. Mr.
and Mrs. Bolstad left Tuesday evening
for Kansas City, where they will visit
Mrs Bolstad's grandmother Upon
their return to ogden they will mako i
their home at Twenty-fifth street.
a a a
David W. Evans, county treasurer,
entertained ten of the members of the
office force at his home, 224 S Lln-
S:mpie Way to
There Is one suro way that has uev-1
er failed to remove dandruff at ouce,
and that is to dissolve It, ihen you de
stroy it entirely To do this, just get
about four ounces of plain, common
liquid nrvon from any drug store (this
is all you will need), apply it at night
v. hen retiring; use euutigh to moisten
the scalp anil rub It In gently with tho i
By morning, most If not all, of your I
dandruff will be gone, and three or
j four more applications will entirely de
stroy every stnglo sign and trace of it,
no matter how much dandruff yotuniay
You will find all Itching and digging
of the BCglp v.ill slop Instantly, and
your holr will be fluffy, lustrous, glos
sy, silky and sofr, and look and feel n
hundred limes belter.
roln avenue, Thursday evening Thel
Evans home was beautifully decorated
with chrysanthemums and potted,
flowers, i.uneheon was served hy the
ho tess, Mrs! D. W. Evans, assisted by
Mrs. George Crompton.
Miss Minn's Carroll was the com- J
ptlmented guest at r birthday party i
Inst Thursday evening at her home on
ogden avenue The early hours wero
,:,.ent In music, games and dancing. .
Dinner was served at a late hour. Thej
Caroll residence was decorated with
llnw chrysanthemums, a b.askot of
the autumn folwers forming the ecn
terplcco for the table. Covers were
laid for eighteen guests.
Th Mutual Improvment ossoclat loc
of the Second ward will give a must
cal program this afternoon in the
ward chapel, presenting tho follow.
Solo Male chorus
Vocal solo.... Ml- ' Josephine Shorten
rti ding Mrs. Bertha E Wright
Violin solo Miss Mary Fisher;
Address D. George Shorten
Solo.... Walter Stevens
Song Male chorus
The Primary clashes of the First,
i I .ytcrlan church entertained last
Sunday morning at a Thanksgiving
program. Both adults and Sunday
Si nodi pupils enjoyed the following
II inn. "Oh God Beneath Thy Guid
ing Hand School
Tableau, "Landing of the Pilgrims"
Responsive reading, "Pilgrims. Old
and New ' Mrs. J. Carr
Tableau and dialogue
Flag drill Miss
Maua' class and Mrs. Carr's class
Hymn, 'America" School 1
Cast and characters: Pilgrims, Sid- j
ney Badcon. John Carver; Indians,
Bert Te. is, Jack Jones, George Brown,
Stephen illchardson and Bernard
Tests; Americans, Edwin Hall, Rob
crl Henderson and Harry Elder; Ital
ian, Alex Adams, Syrian, Babe Elder;
Jew, James Elder; Christian flag. Iris
1oavitt, Lorothy O'Toole, Lcnora Ket-I
chic. Jean Read ami Edith Jack; Na
tional flag. Dick llorrocks, Jim Nob
litt. John Carver, Kussell Green and
a a a
Playing to full houses, both after
noon and evening the Varsity Play
ers proved their ability In the drain-
atlc,Itne last Tuesday, when they pre
sented "The Passersby" at tho Weber
' Normal college. At each performance
the I'Jill was crowded to overflowing
and applause greeted the appearance
of each of the characters. The play
Is a comedy drama, apd tells a story
Of I'.rst love Characters In the pla
Were well portrayed by the following
mem hers of the cast: Edwin R.
Willi'-- Summer C Cobb, Moroni Ol
sen of Ogdn, Byron Foulger of Og
den. Ruth Mason, Esther A. Hue
bands, Jamt 7oung, Master Richard
Chrlstensen and Eva Taylor.
Music during the intermission was
played by the Weber Normal college
orchestra under the direction of E. W.
Ne::t Friday evening at the First
Congregational church, a number of
the J lg people Will give an operetta
entitled, "The Merry Milkmaids"
Am : the east of characters Is MfsS
Lorenc ."-Iilelds who appears In gypsy
. uirv nnd plays her part to perfec-
I For Christmas Gifts j I
Nightgowns of enchanting sheen and softness i
Teddies and camisoles their silken daintiness
encrusted with embroidery these are Christ- I
rca3 gifts forever alluring to the feminine heart.
Or for the girl whose love of handwork makes j
Philippine Underwear irresistible, we offer im- L,
ported teddies and nightgowns adorned with
the most delicate of foreign stitcher. They are isg F
attractively priced form fl
$4.85 to $11.85 1 J I
Gay colored sweaters all our new models in z
fh tie back, slipovers and tuxedoes are also selling C.
at the special holiday reduction of 50 per cent. E
And these are only a few gift suggestions JBgf ,
from onr widely adaptable line. i fl
MV QLARKS J Mi
1 -TASH i ON H O P I
H Vomcn'?Xt-aniApprcl M I
' 2470 Washuigton Anue Ogdcr.
tlon. The operetta is being given for;
the benefit of the pipe organ funrl and
Is altogether one of the prettiest ever
taken in Ogden. The Merry Milk
maids" his never before been glten
I here and the young people of the Con
regntlonal ' hurch have left, nothing
undone that will add to the delight of
th" evening's performance. The A. L
Rrewer Dairy Supply company has
graciously loaned stage settings, and
I Mr. F L. Clawson of the ogden Furni
ture company will arrange the
i lighting effects so that the stage for
next Friday s performance will be
i especially appropriate. During the
I coming week nightly rehearsals will be
held and Miss Ivlne Shields, who Is
directing the operetta, expects that per
fection will be reached by all taking
part. A drcs3 rehearsal will bo held
on Wednesday evening
Miss Violet. Hall, graduate of the'
Leland Powers School of the Spoken
Word, presented a number of her pu
pils in a dramatic recital Saturday at-,
ternoon at her home. '-'46 Monroe;
avenue. The following program was
ia) "A Christmas Present for the
I.ady' ; (b) 'Neddies Thanksgiving
Visit " Master James Neol.
ia 'The Shiniest Dime: ib) 'Flat
tering Grandmn". u ) "Pumpkin
les." Lucille Stevenson
(a,) Selection from "Little ord
Fauntleroy- ; b "The Weed and
r;uf' Elraa Taylor 1
fa) 'Selling the Baby": (b) "Wil
lies Prayer'' (piano monologue). Dor- '
othv Dee Hlgglnbotham. ',
ta") Selection from "Pollyanna";
(b) "1 Know a 1 ave" (piano mono- (
loguei, Mary McBride
i a) "The Crooked Window Pane",
(bi "The Bootblack," Master Fred l(
"Six Little Turkeys," Delsa Foul
(a) "The Limitations of Youth"
(b) "Me and Spot," Master Wendell
Selection from "Rebecca of Sunny
1 brook Farm," Mary McBride. t
(a) Selection from "Penrod"; (b) !
' Little Gentlemen ; (c) "Teasing." 4
j Master James Neil. j
"The Awakening." a drama of four
acts. Is being prepared by the Ninth
Ward Dramatic association under the I I ,
direction of Mrs. Sarah A. Jackson and 1 1
Miss Minnie .Moore Brown. The play
Will be presented in the Ninth ward
amusement hall on December 9 and
10. Those taking part aro: Ulysses 1 j J
Morir-nsen. Thelma Stephens, Edna
Sandstrom, Warren Hussey, Owen I
Ridges. May Pickett, Clyde Jackson,
Kenneth Canflejld Harold Crompton i
and Francis M ursb 1
i 00 ; I
Before Ihe war Bi Igium liad 55 blast V
I furnaces, of which 17 were running on 9
June 1, this year.
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