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Leaders of Washington So
ciety Are Nosing Their
BY BKTTY BVXTKK
Sporinl OORCSPOndenf f The standard-!,
I (Copyright, 1922. by The Standard
Examiner.) WASHINGTON Sept. 80. The first
I of October. Always on that datel
I itios! of those who have not yet re-'
turned from their summei vacations,!
I come back. Moot of tho diplomatic!
I lorps will be litre by Sunday or Mon
day excepting, of course, the French
I ambassador and Mme. Tusserand, who
I not start Tor these shores until!
i he end of k lober.
Many of our social leaders have
he en closing their summer homes for,
the last few days and are about ready j
to begin their Journey homeward 01
are enroute And even those who
went to Rio De Janeiro for the open
ing" of the Brazilian centennial ex
position, are drifting into town, headed
by the secretary ot state and Mrs. J
I Hughes. Mrs. C. C. Calhoun, presi-i
ilent of tho Woman's International al
I. I in nr.. who went down ihere to estab
II lish a Brazilian branrji of that or-:
paniration, is back, and Captain Sidney
R. Bailev. naval attache of the Brft-I
I ish embassy, and Mrs. Bailey have re-
turned She whs formerly Miss Mil-,
I dred Bromwell, you know. After aj
hert visit here. Captain and Mrs.,
' Bailey will go to England. His sue-'
I ces-sor at tho embassy. Captain Frnn
I cis Tottenham, is due about the mld
I (i'e of the DHnHi.
The members of the diplomatic
I corps have as usual taken the lead in
;M entertaining this week . Among tn.
I ariies given w as one on Wednesday
bv the Chinese minister a luncheon;
In compliment to the former premier)
of China, Minister Chow Tauchi, and
I the former Chinese minister of fl-i
. nur.fr Mr Rung Rang who are visit- J
mtr m Washington These two dis-,
I tlngulshed Orientals were also the(
I honor guests at a luncheon given.
I Wednesday by Colonel Ri hard C. Pat
i o n
The minister of Tersla Mirlza Hus
I rein Khan Alai. was host at a lunch-
m i,,n Thurrdav in compliment to Arthu
Mlflspaugh, 'former1 economic adviser
oal tr, the stat.- department, who sailed f
ort ! today fur 1ns n v n- head of ih
I An., rlean financial commission to
. I'ersla He was economic adviser of,
! 1 ihr st ilepr, rt me nl for some year."
in. Tlio ir,:n!.iiT rr' Sum PhyrS Pranhi'
, kQ' vor.gse. -n" rtalned at. a tea on
'" j Sunb3 Tli mir.iMei o( 'h Serbs
roa'ts, and Slavs and Mine Groulteh
I had 1 1 few guests dining with them to
i i! the new m!nist i who 16 succeed
) log Mr. Orouitch Or Trossteh risch
.H" VIM (.OWNS WORN
The young society girls, particularly
;.r il.ii.i-es. look these-days almost as
II though they were In Fancj dress cos-
tnme their new owns being -so quaint
In the first place It is difficult to get
Accustomed to .heir long skirts; they
do look 90 dtffi rent in them from
j the knee length ones we have become
. are-ctomed to. liowever, they are all
we:, ring them long. .mWI,. 1 1 1 L ' 1 a nd
ong.-r for evenings. Th bodices are
I so often tight, darted and long waist-'
rl, anri the skirls vel niiui h h toped
I look as though they stepped out of
.n e.ld picture
It is so Interesting at thi season
I to see the new costumes come out,
I particularly those worn bv women Just
I 'oaek from Europe Mm? Marie PeWr,
i wife of the Sw iss minister, for one. !s
I wearing a gown of Morocco satin
rropr one of ihe very smartest ma
'"ln'.s by the wui with a draped
F tktrt and surplice bodice Joined to
gether r, give a eontlnuil of or -
turning so essential for the smartly
I gowned woman 'his season. There I
I B fold of soft white chiffon outlining
i O" surplice bodice in a collar-like ef
f t and th.H s.imf softening idea Is
I lepeated on the elbow-length sleeves
With ttm Mine Peter wears a medium
h'pd bin el; velvet hat trimmed with
Mibfl Elaine Taylor Engllbh of PhH
I adelphla and a frequent Washington
visitor, whose engagement to Captain
K.jsII Gordon, son of Mrs George l'n
I I'nett. wife or Major Jener,.l Ham.-:'
I I' S. M. C.. la recent news of wide
spread interest, wore at a luncheon re
! centlj a gown or heavy Morocco silk,
embroidered In black wool. With
this he wore satin pumps and a large
block untrlmme.j drooping brimmed
satin hat. Another black und white
i costume of this bride-tw-be is an eve-j
nlng one of 'lack chantlllv la. e anl i
Ivory white crepe satin. The oval
nacked. sleeveless bodice, Is formed of I
, a jacket-like eff. . t of the black lacej
and the skirt ! , u( Q petal yffect of1
I the cream repe satin.
NEW 1 IJXKi;i) SI IT.
Mrs Henry C Wallace, wife of the
secretary of agriculture, who has jut
returned from a visit to her Dts
Koines borne, has a prettv afternoon i
gown of black chantill) la , mdt
with square neck and elbow sleeves
sh. wears a black tu:le Bash v!Mi it
, and a medium brimmed blaek velvet
liat. Mrs. Anne Gordon, hister of I
Basil Gordon Is wearing a stvlishl
pelge polret twill suit made on strict
ly tailored linen. With It she wcair.
a white siit; tailored blouse and .spoit
bat of beige Mrs Peter Boelet aer
i ry, wife of the senator from Rhudn
jS i i and lor,g Ule mohl beautiful
girl In Washington when sh was
! Jsatllde Townsend, it sporting a coa
mr uf violet crepe romalne with
straight neckline, very Ion flowing
peeves and drapd klrt, hanging well
to the ankles In points. Her hat Is
a InrKe violet crepe one trimmed with
Jjrofcgrain ribbon of the same shade as
ne gown. Ribbon trimming tor hats
Particularly fashionable right now.
Mrs. K. Pierce and small daugh
ter, Peggy, of Salt Eake, are visiting
IS Ogden for two weeks the guests
V Mr. nd Mrs, Richard A. Pierce
hefore going to Valparaiso, Ind.. to
Join Mr Pierce, who Is studying
Mr.' and Mrs. Paul Stecher have as
thdr house guests Mr. and Mrs
Howard Rill of Sierra Madre and
Mrs. Elisabeth Fowh'e of Ran ;.
hrlfl. Col. Th guests, being fprm-r
residents of Ogden, will b pleasod
to meet their former acquaintances.
DORIS SOWERBY ID
A charming home wedding was
that of .Miss Doris Sowerby and
Paul A Patterson which took
piace Thursday evening it s 30
o'clock Bishop James H. Riley
Of tin- Eleventh ward performed
the ceremonj In the presence of
the Immediate families and a few
friends, at the home of the bride's
Miss, Sowerby Is the daughter
of Mr and Airs. Thomas Sowerby,
2836 Lincoln avenue. The house
throughout was pleasingly decor
ated with autumn leaves and white
and red asters
Tii bride wore n pretty gown
of white Ivory satin with an over
dress of georgette crepe, with pearl
trimmings She carried a shower
of Ophelia rosea and babj breath.
Miss Ethel Sowerby sister of the
bride, wore a dre?s of green e ni
ton crepe and carried a bouquet
of bride's roses.
M Poulsen acted ns best
man and Mr Sowerby, father of
Miss Sowerby. gave- the bnie In
Puliowing the cetemony a recep
tion was given. Twenty-five
guests were present and en i 1
delightful evening The dining
table, at which a wedding supp r
was served, wa.s beavtifull)
adorned with rosea
M,r and Mrs Patterson left Fri
day morning for a wedding trip
to California They will be at
hom In Ogden to their friends
about the middle of October.
Mrs. Robert Hurl in and Miss
Ceiia triggins entertained at a
miscellaneous shower Monday ee
ning for Mrs Patterson, at M: B
Harlin's residence, 313 Twenty
. it,'1' h stn et
Fall flowers adorned the home,
a color scheme of pink and white
being carried out.
The friends present were: Mrs
Lisle Farley. Misses Cells Higgins,
Hilda Lyons, 1 1" zel Mo ires, Eve
lyn Pister, Margaret McQuade
Ruth Stoker. Nora Dunn. In ne
Hllliard, ' V'Mcey. Blanch
Jorgenson Mrs Thomas Sowerbj
Cordis Elarlin, I .-eon a Harlin and
The guest of honor was the re
cipient of many beautiful and use
NEW aiRLS' CLUB
I IAS NOVEL PARTY
One of the Interesting . affairs of
the week was the barn party given
j b members of the Chinwahn club.
! at tlie home of Miss Mary Loulso
I Magihnls, 2971 Washington axenuc.
. Saturday evening
Tiny lanterns Illuminated the barn
I and profusions of autumn lea3
I were, used for decorations. Appro -
prlate refreshments were seYved.
Dancing was the feature of the eve
ning Members of the club are Misses
Dorothy Brcnnan, Catherine Carr,
Rrent Dermody. Virginia Kaplan,
Dorothy Kaplan. Katherine Krauts.
Kalherine McCool, Ruth MjcBrlde
Mary Louise Maglnnis, Marcia Woods
The club members were assisted
I in serving by Mrs W. L. Maglnnis
and Miss Daisy Maginnls.
DANCE GIVEN BY
The dancing party at which The
graduating class of the Sacred Heart
j academy entcriaineJ i'nursday evo
I ning for the young women of the
.senior department was a decided suc
Tne affair was given In the gyrn
I, nasiuin of the academy. with 50
I guosU in attendance.
Light refreshments were served
luring the evening: The music for
tne dancing was furnished by the
r lass orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs C. R. Chrlstenson and
son, William F. Clirlstt-nson, enter
tained in honor of Stefano Mascagno,
dancer and bulie: master of New
York. Miss Eva Balmanson also of
New York, a pupil and an assistant
of Maacagno, and Miss Jessie Morrj
of Portland. Oregon, a former stu
dent of Mascagno. at the Hermitage.
Sunday September IN. The party
WAS taken for a ride through Ogden
canyon to the artesian wells and rc
( turned to the Hermitage, where a
dinner was served. Profusions of fall
I flowers were used for decorations.
1 The guests were Mr and Mrs. P. L.
j Chrlstenson. Mr .and Mrs. William
J Murdock, Vern Miller. Jean Robln
i son. Mrs. Elisabeth Stephens and Mls?i
LOtts Petty, all of Salt Lake and Mr
, and Mrs Haral Chrlstenson ot Brlg
ham, and Llewellyn f. Chrlstenson of
Mascagno is the principal and bal
let muster of the American Nation tl
Association of Dancing Masters, f ol
lowing a month's instructions In Salt
j Iahe he left Thursday for Portland,
I ore , where he will give a month's
i Instruction. From there he will go
to New York to reopen his classes.
Mr and Mrs R. W Fif- and
children of Kamas hao been the
guests of Mr and Mrs James E.
Lindsay for a week. Mr. and Mrs
Isaac Fife of Garfield have been
vlsltftig In Ogden for a week.
Mrs W. G. Webb of Salt Lake
spent Thursday lu Ogden. Bhe at
tended the bridge luncheon given
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Herrick are.
here from Rockyford. Colo . visiting
Mr Herrick s parents, Mr and M r.
L '. Herrick and sisters. Mra Jane
I v-tnson and Mrs. Alice Couch Mrs.
H-rrlek was formerly Yerw. Graham
j Couple Wedded
At High Noon
In Salt Lake;
Alice Zundcll and Elmer
Horrocks United By the
Roy. George DaYies.
One of the notable weddings of tho
week was that of Alice Zundcll of
Ban .Francisco, sister of Mrs. Law
rence Watson; of Ogden, and El-
i wood Horrocks, ot" Ogden. The cere
mony was performed at high noon
I Monday, September 27. in Salt Lake.
I by the Rev. George Daies of tlie
I Presbterian church.
The bride won a beaver brown
crrpe de chine gown trimmed m
j-.ide green with satin slippers and
hat to correspond.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Horrocks
parents of the groom, entertained at
a dinner in honor of the newlyweds
that evening. Fall flowers centered
the tables, where covers were laid
for a number of immediate reiati es
Th bride and groom left for a
wedding trip. They will be at home
to their friends after November 1 at
the I'arnsworth apartments.
Wednesday evening Mrs Lawrence
Watson and Mrs. Joseph Horrocks
entertained at a miscellaneous show
er in compliment to tho bride, at
Mrs. Horrocks' home In the BrOWn-
Fall flowers were artistical Ij
I placed about the house for decora
tions. Games were enjoyed and were
j followed by a tray luncheon.
The guests present were Mesdamea
I Jean Gysln, Jack Aiderson, William
. Hogg. m Cadle Wilde, Resale Swaner,
i Hisses Leona Austin. Ella Earl, Blva
1 Carl Florence Folkmnn Mable Stew
art Mable France. Anna Blickseldt,
j Louise Nelson. Leona Revor, Myrtt
Herrick. Thelma Stone. Ruby Steph-
ens and Pearl Stephens.
CHURH CLASS HAS
OUTING AT SPRINGS
The Presbyterian Sunday school
J class motored to Utah Hot Springs
Tuesday ev ening and enjoyed 8 de-j
Following a swim luncheon was i
Among those present were Dorothv
Baxter) Marie Sims. Dorothy Corey,
, Ruth Roberts. Virginia ChrlstensVi, I
Florence Ford, Annie Hall. Eval
Booth Noma Ogden, Helen Madison
and Miss Eva Casteel and Miss Min-,
nie Thomas, w ho are teachers of tlie i
class The guests who joined them
later In the evening were Earl Parry.
Miss Norma Murphy, Roy Fowerai
and Maud Hammon.
r. S. CLTB HAS
The 1. C. S club members of Ogden.
wi re recipients of a pR asant dinner
party at the home Of Mr. and Mrs.
'lyde Jackson on 3108 Porter avenue,
Eeautlful autumn flowers were used
in decorating the home. The prize
winners w'ere Mrs. Grace Smith and
Mrs Castle Murphy
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
George WangSgard, Mr and Mrs.
Charles Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W :.
i well Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Jackson Mr and Mrs. ChaStle Muiphv
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben A. Fowler.
FR I ENDS ARRANGE
I A pleasant birthday surprise was
given Mrs. R E Gaumer Thursday
afternoon, b u number of her friends
I at her home. 474 Fifteenth street
; delicious luncheon was served, a
large bowl of asters being used for
Those present were Mrs. J. E Lind
say. Mra J w Stahr, Mra. N. a. Han-
,sen Mrs H. W. Potter. Mrs I. D
Rowland. Mis A F B&Xey, Mr.-. E. H.
Shurtllff, Mrs J. G. Perkins. Mrs.
Mary Doon. Mrs. E Baxter and Mrs
COUNTY EDUCATORS j
I! VL TROUT DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. L. H Froerflr enter
tained the members of the board of
education of Weber county, together
With the county superintendent of
! schools and deputy clerk of the board
, and their wives at a delicious trout
idinner on Fridaj evening, Beptembei
L'9. at their home. 2383 Monroe ave
Inue. Places were set for the follow
ing guests: Mr. and Mrs H. A.
Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. F. AS'. Stratford,
Mr. and Mrs. John Halls, Mr. and Mra
John D. Hooper. Mr. and Mra. Thomas
Budge, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Skeen
and Mr. und M th y i i
Mrs. W. j Edwards entertained at
dinner IhhI week, in honor of her hus
band s grandmother, Mrs. James Shep
herd, of Anaconda, Mont, Mr. and I
Mrs James E. Edwards entertained at
a dinner Friday eening in honor of
Mrs Shepherd. Covers were laid for
(the following guests. Mr and Mrs J.
; Stahr of Eos Angeles, Mr and Mrs.
F L. Burgess. Mr. and Mra. W. J
Edwardy. Mrs Alice Brooks, in addi
tion to the gucet of honor, and tho host
In honor of Mrs. Gerald Tavlor a
recent bride. Miss Elizabeth Seppich I
entertained at bridge, at the home of
her -Ister, Mrs Esther Btlne, In the I
Browning apartments Wednesday a 1
Kewpie doll bride forme 1 the c'nbr
I Pi CS for the table. A Iv, .,, ..
luncheon was served The guests num
Miss Norma Peterson had as her
guest Inst week. Miss Ermy Chrlst
enson, of northern Utah Miss letcr
son and Miss Chrlstenson lc't Monday
for Salt Eake. to enter the Univi alti
Mrs. L. R. Eccles, Mrs Marlon
Banks and Mr? .1 a . ; ; Ecclcs, were Salt
,Lake visitors Thursday.
I MISS MILDRED CREVELING, of Colorado Springs, who will make her home in Ogdenl
this winter. Miss Creveling is popular in musical circles in Colorado Springs, and
'will sing at the First Methodist church this evening. (Ford studio )
MRS. R. H. McCUNE
LI NCHEGN HOSTESS
Beautifully decorated in brilliant
fall flowers, the home of Mrs. Ross
H MoCuhe, at i: 7 tl Jackson avc
oue. was the setting oi a party Sat
urday afternoon, with Mrs McCune
A deli, ions luncheon was served at
5:30 o'clock to the following. Mes
dames Gladys llaebertson. I 'avid J
llson, E. A. Larkln, Lydla Tanner.
Ida a. Shurtllff, l . j. Lelshmah,
Wllford Wheelwright. J. W Ure, C
S. McCune, A. F. Blair, C B. John
son. Miss Betty Noble and Miss Ma -vel
Engstrom and the following out-of-town
guests Mrs. Hal Farr. Mrs.
Howard Marker. Mrs. Gertrude God
dard, Mrs William Engstrom, Mrs
Charlotte Nichols and Mrs. Olivo
I The hostess was assisted by Mi-s
! Marvel Engstrom and Mrs. E. J
The children, grandchildren and a
few Intimate friends joined 'ii and
Mrs. John Bmedlng at their home; 1! 1
I Eccles avenue, last Saturday evening.
ISopteinber ih celebrating their
I thlrty-tif th wedding -nnl ersary.
The house was beautifully decorated
I In fall colore and late summer flowers.
A small granddaughter, dressed as a
flower girl, presented the couple with
a beautiful bouquet and a gift from
their children. Tho evening was pleas
antly spent In games and music. Mrs.
Smedirik' pleased her guests with a
song which she learned over 66 years
ago. when sho was a child 12 years of
Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy of
Oakland, Cal.. arrived in Ogden. I.isl
week after a four months' tour of
Europe. While In Rome, they were
the guests of their son, Maurice, who
Is a student In the American college
Other places visited by Mr. and Mrs.
Kennedy, were Paris, Berlin. London
and also Ireland While in gdci ,
they were the guests of Mrs. Kennedy'!
mother, Mrs. K Farmer, 2251 i Incola
Dr. and Mrs Heber J. Sears of Salt
Lake and Mrs. Ben F. Rich, oi e'en
tervllle. motored to e'.v.b n Y dm-sdaj
to attend the play, "Abraham Lincoln"
at tho Orpheum theatre. Dr. Sears
and Mrs. Sears returned to their homo
Thursday evening, and Mrs. Sears for
tho remainder of the week, was tin
guest of her daughter. Mrs. Joseph E.
Eh a ns.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Farnsworth,
and small son, Jack, returned Thurs
day to their home In Salt Lake, after
visiting Mr. Farhsworth's parents Mr
and Mrs. J. W. Farnsworth, for two
weeks, Mrs. Edwin Livingston, of.'
Soli Lake, who also has been th-- i uest
of Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth. return
ed homo the first of the wet
Mrs. Lester 8. Corcj nd son. Max.
motored to Salt Lake Friday to at
tend the football frame between the
Granite and Ogden high schools. '
CARD PARTY M EN
FOR MRS. THATCHER
Thursday evening at the home of
'(Mrs. Mary E. Farley, 273,8 Gramercy
avenue, Mrs. Farley and Mrs. Herbert
Snyder entertStlned at a five hundred
(parly in honor of Mrs. C. C. Thatcher
of Oakland, Cal., who is hero visiting
her mother, Mrs. L. J. Wright.
I Four tables were arranged, honors
going to Mrs. Thatcher, Mrs Will Tol
ler Ml Myron Hlgley. Fhll Kobn and
A delicious luncheon was served on
small tables to twenty guests.
Musical selections were given by
Mi-s K.ir Parley "nd Sirs. Hlgley.
Autumn flowers were used for
Mrs. Joseph Sautley of New York!
City and Mrs. Jack Myers of Los
I Angeles, Cal . were special guests also '
, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bartlctt an-
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter Marie, to Sergeant George VV
Cpombes. Tho marriage took place
j In Salt Lake. September 22. Tho
wedding tame as a surprise to their
i many friends; Mr and Mrs. Coomboi
are at homo at 2769 Grant avenuo.
1 Mrs. Rose E. Williams of 1 0 ." 6
Twenty-fifth street, announces the
I marriage of her daughter, Thelma, to
Gerald W. Taylor, in Salt Eake Sep
Announcement la made by Mr and
Mra. MonfOTd Twttchel! of 302 7 Lln-J
coin avonuc of tho engagement of!
i heir daughter. Miss Josephine Twit-!
chelli to James A. Salma. Mr. Salmaj
has Juat returned from the Hawaiian
Islands, where he saw service with
tho United States marines corps
Mra S. B. Brlggs announces tho en
gagement of her stepdaughter. Ada
Genora Simpson, to Heber Jocobson
of Wlllnrd The wedding will tako
place nt the brldo'3 homo at Sunset,
October 9. They expect to make
their future home at Wlllard.
Mr. and Mrs C. H. Martin an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Lena, to Ravmond R. Wil
son of this city, tho wedding to take
place In October.
After visiting his parents. Mr. and
Mr.-., b A Olson, Moroni msen left
Friday nlghl for Seattle. Wash, where
he will present a number of one-net
plays, which he has written and pro
duced In the east. Mr. Olsen present
id lour of his one-net plays Thurs
day and Friday evening ut the We
il i college, m
Mrs. James Shepherd of Anaconda.
Mont., returned to her home, nfter
ling a month visiting her daugh
ter. Mrs. James E. Edwards.
Mrs. Francis Andrews, of Salt Lake,
a pent the week as the guest of Mm.
James E, Bd wards, also visiting her
old friend. Mrs. James Shepherd
1 MISS LFXA MARTIN
HONORED AT SHOWER
Miss Lena Martin was tendered a
miscellaneous shower by her sister,
Mis. L. It. Woodbury. Fnd,.. Sep
I tember 22. at her home, -521 Twen
Some very beautiful and useful
gifts were received by the brldo
Th rooms were artistically decor
, ated in usters and autumn leaves.
The evening was spent In playing
'games, alter which a light luncheon
I was served Frizes were awarded to
llyy Xieison. joaie Foley, Andrew
Martin and Lyle Hadlock.
Those present were Mr and Mrs
L R Woodbury. Mr and Mrj.
Arthur Smith. Mr and Mrs OSCU
Coburn, Mr and Mrs. D. A Hlxon. !
Airs Sam Martin. Ruby N'lelson.l
Mable Smith. Sarah Martin, Gladvsl
Wright. Elizabeth Martin. Glads
Lawson, Mable Foley. Josle Folen
Beda Martin. Frances White, Janlc
Martin. Ruth Chrlstehsen, Al:a
sjarr. F.lna Gilbert, Ivy Nleison and
Lena Martin, Glen l'utnam, Lylo
Hadlock Leo Hoiifley, Bob Martin.
Clem Smith. James Martin. Milton
Gilbert, Sidney Norton Keith Wilson.
Tom Foley, Afton Rlrb. Andrew
Martin and Raymond Wilson
HELEN HUNTER TO
WKI) CLAIR RISER
Mr and Mrs R. P. Hunter announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Helen Hunter, the cellist, to Clair
Riser, .if Bait Lake, a former resldeni
An announcement party was held
Wednesday at the R. P. Hunter home.
Miss Hunter long has been known
ns an accomplished musician and has
Just returned from Chautauqua en
gagement in the north central stal
Mr, Riser In the son of Mrs urson
Riser of Ogden.
The marriage Is to take place this
MIfs Beatrice Browning left I
nesda) for Long Island N. Y., to at
tend th1 Oaksmere preparatory
school. She was accompanied by her
mother Mrs John Browning, who will
visit la the east for several weeks
En route to New York they will visit
two days In Chicago.
Dr and Mrs. Henry W Nelson ha-i i
as their guest Sunday. Frank White of
bos Angeles, Miss Anes I'ltt of Salt
Bake, sister of Mrs. Nelson, was tho
guest last week-end of Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs Phllo T German, who for '.he
past month hns been visiting with her
mothe.-, Mrs. Lenora Murdoch, and
With friends und relatlv n this city.
Ii fl Wednesday evening for hor homo
In Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Mr and Mrs. II. J. Byrno of Poca
tello. Idaho, visited in Ogden lu.it
week-end, tho guostn of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Hill.
Mrs Ifiabello White and daughter.
Mrs. Edna Johnson, of Seattle, Wash,,
who are spending a month in Ogdsl-i
with relatives, are visiting in Oarlan4,j(
t : i
Home Is Made
for Ceremony H
j Miss Vora L. Shipley and I
Oris Williams bedded H
Bv Bishop Ridges.
In a setting of autumn -jj H
wedding of Miss Vera L- oaiv
daughter bf Wr. and Mrs W B SW
ley. of 337 Thirty-second street, and iM
lOris Williams toob place 'tur LH
evening at 7 o'clock at the home o
the bride's parents. The ceremoni
was performed by Bishop yf.
1 K Idge.s. . LH
; The bride and groom were attendeu sbm
b Miss Eori- Roberta cousin of tne ibBH
bride, ,in I Lelnd Fi nders.
The bride wore .1 gown of blue satin bh
charm euse with irfmmings of rca H
lace, and carried a corsage bouquet or ibh
Ophelia roses. Tb-- bridesmaid was
gowned in blue canton crepe and ala
carried Ophelia roses.
Fall flowera of many colors go ffH
gcously decorated the house.
A wending supper was sei-.-ed fo!
lowing the ceremony, invitations be
Ing extended to 75 guests.
Mr. and Mrs Williams lefl the same BH
evening for a honeymoon trip They
will be at home In Ogden to thew
man frien jv, after October 15. HfATJ
Miss Lorls Roberts entertained at a
mlscells neouH shower Wednesday ove
Ining for Mrs. Williams. Twenty-four
.friends were present and showered the
'guest of honor with many beautiful BAVJ
AT CHARMING EVENT 1
J One most charming events H
l of the fall season took place last
Saturday afternoon, September 23, HHI
j when Mrs ;i -Iolther announced the BVB
; engagemrnt Ot her daughter. Gladys
ernU e i" I harles lames Torongo "f
.alt lake ill a luncheon at tho Her- wJ
The table was beautifully decorat-
d with How 'r.s and at each place liVJ
was a pa r hes1 in which was the H
I announccmeni card fastened to an E
imitation diamond ring aB
Those present besides the hostess 'fB
J and her daughter were Mesdames L H
J Holther W. T Cannon. Mlsse."
Man Dunn Viola Smuln, Ethel
Wothcrspoon Kathreno Heyman. fl
I Garnet Wilcox, Grace Burton and H
j Llzette Alaglnnl- and Miss Alico Cum- H
I mlngs of Salt Lake. :HH
WEDDING MARKED ;H
pY SOCIAL EVENTS H
The marriage of Miss Minnie Raat. fl
; daughter of Mr. and Airs. D. Raat.
j and Lester M Frandsen was. solemn- fl
Ized Wedhesday, September 27, in the
Salt Lake temple. H
Miss Violet Iturlon and Mrs. En
gene Sandall entertained at a ml?
cellaneous shower las week in the
bride's home. 2404 Madison avenue. UH
I Many beautiful gifts were received
by Mrs Frandsen from the 30 friends H
Fall flowers decorated tho rooms, fl
A traj luncheon was served, which fl
was preceded and followed by gams fl
and mus i fl
Thursday evening the members of fl
th i'nmediati : mllies and close fl
:renls were the guests at a recep-
lion ,'iven at the brides home. fl
PARCEL SHOWER FOR p;
MISS LUCILLE LOWE
A parcel shower was given Wed- fl&
nesdav evening for Miss Luclll- isafl
Lowe an i. tober brhle-tu-be at th MS v
home of Mrs L G. Stitzcr, 56C Twen- bbsbH
ty-second street JjrV '
The home was beautifully decorat- B?X
ed with autumn leaves and flowers fl
Jlie evening was spent with music
and gamea Refreshments were m:- '
served to 2 guests Lfl
GUEST AT SHOWER It'-
. .. '"'scellaneous shower for u,.-c fl, ''
pan acRR.brlD t
ffitg 'Vni"- September 22 Mra Wk
' Pleas, n 4 ? 111 ,,c,u A flffVv'
Followed bvZStSSi?11" vl-t-
P" ntatlon of UI?cheon d tho fl I
Pw s.-itor J y bcaut'fui gifts Ec
"aught,.'", ,0,r VT?"1 h" V
H H Stratford and ' P1'. Mr
Stratford. nd MIm Bernlce
Mrs. n j Sheehan o r . ssiiiiiH
formerly of this c tv i . AugeIe3' Kt
visiting in OMmi V?' ho has been K- (
wornln for the sheehVn WednejM,
Promontory. Mr ranch nt HEf'''
nfiohlf ffw',,;;! ademy Jt '
;ks' vacation with ?,lng a tare" ' '
and Mrs J- BBTownnts, Mr.
'' visiting her i!son' of salt r,- flfl I
ek'end M t?W!iei'f 'iBa'"
Jlr, lnd .rmltM hott'. M 'Jfl'---
turned to nl! Thmsfl j u,., fl W$k
cast tv. ,Jden aat , faarjfl me:w:'