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tl THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER l,J19y
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I Mrs Anna Snyder entertained the
adies' auxiliary of the Spanish War
Veteran Wednesday afternoon at her
home. 518 West Twenty-first street
Mrs. W. A. Turner entertained the
n .rubers of her bridge club at 1
o'rior ": luncheon Wednesday at hor
hoiaa iiii Twenty-fifth street. Early
tali flowers Wore artistically placed
for decoration. (
The members of the s. O 11 cluh
will meet with Marv Hunn. 3031
t;rant avenue, Tuesday evening.
Members of the Royal Neighbors
and th Ir trlepda entertained at n
card party Wednesday afternoon at
il the home of Mrs. Bttn Ingobretson,
H 1978 Kccles avenue. Seven tables of
H five-hundred furnished the diversion
of the ;irtrrnion Mrs. A Moore n -H
reived first prize;. Mrs. Pauline
H I'oombs, seeor.d prize, nr..) Mrs Annie
l'tsher the all-,cul pirtze Marigolds
H ind ferns decorated the home
H Mrs. A. C. Wyeoff nnd Mrs Roy
H Griffin will be hostess to the Worn
H nnA Foreign Missionary societj of the
Methodist ehurch Thursday, Octobci
J r o p m. at the home ol Mrs
Wyeoff, B Harrison avenue Mrs
J. Leon M'oM'T will conduct the de
H votlonal servlco and Mrs Kapha.;'.
H will give the lcson on India
The rir.i meeting of the year of
I the Sacred Heart Alumni association
will b held Monday evening at S
.,-, iock at the Academy library. Klec-
11 ton of officers will take place A
large, attendance is desired
Members of the Martha society
met Monday afternoon at the home
. ' Mrs. F M- Drlggs on Twentieth
street and Monroe avenue, with Mm.
K it Reynolds as hostess. During
I ,. huslnrs session plans for the
Charity ball In November wore dls
cuased Light refreshments were later
nerved to 20 members.
Members of the Women's Benefit
association convened Wedtaesda) ev e
ning in regular session at the vv. o.
W hall A special cOTftMittee served
refreshments. Thi next regular meet
ing will be held Wednesday evening
in the W. O. W hall
Ogdon circle No 6S1, Women
Woodcraft, held its regular meeting In
the W. O W. hall Tuesdav evening ,
The meeting was followed by :i card
Mrs. George Proul an.. Mr- E
Bader were hostess, to tu i:pls
copal guild Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Prout, 294.. Porter
avenue. The ladles spent the after
,,oon working on the things for the
i.aroar to be held In December A.
e.rs were used to decorate Die rooms.
Refreshments were served to 1 " mem
ber. The Live Oak club met With Mrs.;
Nellie Dannuh at her home. Tfi 7
Twenty-seventh street, Wodne u -temoon.
The afternoon was pen
I with quilting a ni'iinuun nm-i
'ancheon was served at 4 o'clock
trarden flowers belnc used for decor
l lions The next regular meeting will
be with Mrs. Sarah Drysdale at th
home of hex daughter Mrs. Cora Cu -ver.
1247 Washington avenue, ctob r
The Mistletoe Kensington eji will
meet with Mrs. S. H FurnUs Wed
I 'esday evening, October 4, at her
-.mr, ob: Sev nteenth street
I Mrs Tleasie Alker entertain' l '
ine'rabers of the Rrltannic association j
I Monday evening at heV home 2C03
Orant avenue. Vocal and Inetru men
ial numbers and dancing wcr- en-I
'oved and light refreshments were
ierved. Chrysanthemums decorated
the rooms. Thirty-four members w.-re
Mrs A. P. Mclntyrc entertained
I i t two tables of bridge Monday af
ternoon at her home, 2560 Jeflerson
:.enue. In honor of her mother, Mrs.
A. Wheeler, of Omaha, Neb. Fall
flowers adorned the rooms Luncheon
I was served.
Complementary to Mr. D. J. Hhee-1
l.r.n of Los Angeles Mrs. Patrick,
Mealy entertained at bridge Mon.Ln !
I rvenlng at her home, 2329 Jefferson
Mrs. Chris Aadneson and Mrs D.
?.lunro were hostesses Tuesday after-1
I noon to tl e ' .dies' auxiliary to the
U. C. T. at the home of Mrs. Aadnr
I ton, 176 Washington avenue, A busl-j
I ness meeting was hfid nnd work for.
I i u h ea ' outlined. A buffet luncheon,
I was served to twelve members.
I TS.e American Legion auxiliary jnet ,
I .Monday evening at the city hall. A
ii pert ot the c -rt 'en1 Ion held in L0fe",.i
I week before last was given.
I The Drama club will meet at the
I home u( Mrs. Horace Nebeker. 870 '
j Twenty-third street Saturday after- j
I noon, with Mrs Nebeker and Miss
I Minn'.c Brown Moore as hostess-s
TO HELP MOTHER
1 Now Can Do All Her Homework
1 Alone Because Lydia E. Pinkham's
I Vegetable Compound Helped Her
fi Jasper, Minn. "I saw in the paper
about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
fiiiiiiiiii(iiiiiiiiiiiilomOUQ n too'
IJflH Billill nK sucb pains in my
LHSMKBsJ' stomach and through
3yHy my back that I could
I m " JaBl n tr oter mad
m tWa 'cmeB but no did
I Hh work alone while b-
H ' MJfore I hud my daugh-
ter etayinz at home to do it. I have
J told a number of friends what it hai
f done for me and give you pennisarion to
use my letter as a testimonial. "Mrs,
I Jesse Peteesen, Route 1, Jasper, Minn.
I Tnere is no better reason for your try-
ing Lyuia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
I pound than this it has helped other
H women. So if you suffer from displace
ments, irregularities, backache, ner-
H. vousness or arc passing through the
Change of Life remember this splendid
H medicine. What it did for Mrs, Peter-
H ren It may do for you.
Th Vegetable Compound stands upon
M - 'undation of nearly fifty yean of!
The program will be as follows: Vio
lin solo i Man a Zucca). by Miss da
Anderson; discussion, 'The Pramatlnt
and His Audience' Mrs. L. l.
Corny, dramatic episode, Mrs. IB. A.
Larkln, and Social Satire Miss Irene
Tho City Federation of Clubs will
meet at the b r club Monday af
ternoon ut 1:80 o'clock.
The regular meeting of Queen Es
ther chapter No. 4, O R. S.. will
be held at the MMOfctC temple Fri
day evening, October 6, at 8 O'clock
'isltlng members are cordially in
vited Obligation night
The Fast Matrons of the O E S.
rrtn meet Wednesday, October 4, nt
3 P m . , In the Masonic temple.
Mrs. rtalph Roberta and Mrs. A.
Whlttemore will be hostesses.
The Royal Purple club will meet
at the home of Mrs. Pearl Elliott
169 Harrlsvllle avenue, Monday ev.--nins:
at R o'clock.
Members of the S. O. 10 club met
Monday esnlnp at the home of Miss
Mjrtle ITuband After a short busi
ness session, the evening wa spent
In sewing Ref regiments were seryi I
by the hostesses, assisted by MlM
E5th ! Randiiii Present were Mia i
Marjorlc Chase, Lucille Stark Chris
tine Wltteveen, Lauretta Dalllmore,
Kinei IUind.i',1 and Myrtle Huband
Tlie next meetniR of the club will
be Monday evening, ;.t th.' home of
Miss Chase. 500 Twelfth street
The Child Culture club will meet
at the University club Thursday, Oc
tober 0. :it 2 30 o'clock with' sfes
dames Fred Hess and Charles Rin
poy as hostesses. Mrs n m Brown
will be chairman of the meeting Dr
Eugene smith will lecture on "Child
A Mother Goose festival will he
glvea 1 rlday evening, October 6, at
th Presbyterian church under tho
auspice of the Cradle Roll.
Mrs. Charlea M. Letta was hostess
to the members of the Beau Esprit
club Thursday afternoon at her
home, IS6 Thirtl.-th street Cards
"erf. played, prizes being won by
Mrs rarl RasmuSSOfl and Mrs. Joseph
Hall Mrs. Kasmueson will enter
tain the club October 12, at her
home, 13C4 Twenty-! Ifth street.
Mrs. C A. Willi entertained it
cardl Wednesday evening at her
home, 2804 Washington avenue In
honor of Mrs C C. Thatcher Hon
ors were awarded to Mrs. Frank Fran
cis. Mrs Frank Lowe r,nd Mrs C
Th Mutuals of the Thirteenth
ward will entertain at a dancln?
party in the amusement hall Wed
nesday evening at 8 . 10 O'clock. The
affair will mark the opening night
of the organization. Light refresh
ments will bo served.
The seeond meeting of the Sempre
Musical society will be held Tuesday
afternoon at 8 o'clock nt the home
of Mrs Evelyn Nelson, S46 Twenty
eighth street, with Mrs Eugene Carr
and M16S N'elson as hostesses. The
program for the day is as follows,
i urrent events by Mrs. Joseph Fer
rarn: pper. "Life of Mendels
sohn, ' by Mrs John Culley. Music
will be furnished by Mrs T. Don
Beason, Mrs. C. H. Stevens Mrs.
Warren Clark Blnford und Miss Mary
Mrs R T Hume entertained the
Five Ilun-.'red ,-'ub at her home, 3:7
Twenty-fifth street Thursday after
noon. Garden flowers decorated the
house. Luncheon was served Mrs!
l.''T'e ' ntert-.'n.- i .1 -ii;-,,.., - ,,; pijtc
in addition to the club members
Mrs. F. J. Hlrt will be hostea-, to
the ladles of St. Joseph's Sewing so
clety nt their regular meeting Thurs
day afternoon In St Joseph's ball.
A; her home 1049 Twelfth street.
Mrs. A F. Blair entertained the mem
bers of her sewing club Thursday af
ternoon A luncheon was served, yel
low dah.:i.s decorating the table ( v.
ers were laid for twelve.
Complimentary to Mrs. C. C. That
cher "f Oakland Cal.. Mrs George A.
Wills entertalnod at I Five Hundred
party Thursday afternoon at her hor.ie,
Wash In st .-.n avenue. Luncheon
was served on thre. small tables. As
ters decorated the rooms.
The Iai r -. elub was pleasantly en
tertalned Thursday afternoon by Mrs
J. C. Green, at her home at. Glenwood
acres. Honors at five hundr-l were
awarded to Mrs. A. Sch.-erer and Mrn
John Thomas A hot chicken dinner
wae rervod by the hostess, asters be
In used for table decorations. The
club will meet in two weeks with Mrs
Ray W. Stone. 7 30 Canyon road.
The Acac'.a club met at the home of
Mrs. R. B. Porter. S00 Washington avi -rue,
Friday afternoon Mrs. Warren
L Wattla read a short etor . "Flftr
two Weokl for Florette."" Apostle
David O McKay gave an Interontlng
' k rn his trip to tho Holy Land. Rc
f res h ments were served by the hos
The Woman'.; Foreign Missionary so
ciety u-lll meet at the home of Mrs
A. P. Wycoff. 25?,0 Harrison avenue,
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Ogden hapter. Service Star legion
will meet with Mrs J V Eldredg,
?.02 Twenty-elghtn street. Tuesday eve
ning at 8 o'clock All members are
requested to bo present.
Mrs Burdette Smith entertained lhe'
members of her Kensington club Fri- i
i . afternoon at her home. 625 Twen-
ty-fifth street. Refreshments Were
' d at the close of the afternoon.
Mrs. Uur.i George wa:- a special j
Members of the Home Culture club
met Saturday afternoon at the home I
of Mtm. John A. Jones, 2646 Gram
The Historical society met Satur
day afternoon in the library of the!
C'-ntral Junior High school. It was
an open meeting and all club woman
of the city were invited. Fred S. Bak
er of the forest service gave a lec
ture on the trees of Utah, Mrs Ed
ward Blchsel, Mrs. Joseph Chez and I
Mn. George XV Driver were hostesses
The Pahocha Campflre girls met
Saturday evening at the home of Miss
Janet Farnsworth 2833 Orant ave
nue Daughters of Pioneers of Weber
county had on open meeting Thurs
day at the Tabernaclo. Professor O
Oscar Russell lectured. A special pro
gram was given.
Tuesday evening the Neighbors of
Woodcraft. Circle 581, met at the V" '
O. W. hall. Following the meeting
the first of a series of card parties was!
held Ths clrele will meet Tuesday I
evening. October 10, feds will bs 1
M5S MARTHA BART, who
has returned Prom a six
weeks visit in California nndj
Oregon. During her California I
stay she attended the Rathal
School oi Chiropractic at Los
Miss DOROTHY WHEEL
WEIGHT, daughter ot Mr
and Mrs. J. W. Wheelwright,
2001 Orchard avenue. Miss
Wheelwright was winner of
the beauty font est jit the Al
haznbra theatre September LO
tg-;': ' : ' " ' ."' " '" 7"
1- . S . I I 4
followed by the seVond card party, be
ginning at 8.30 o'clock.
Mrs. H. B. Ames entertained the
members of her br dg.- dub at her
home. 616 Twenty-seventh street
'I hursday ;iftcrnoon.
J Mrs J. 10. Ge'.per i-nlertalaed the
U. D O. club at c.ird.s at her home,
I 2537 Llbcrt' avenue, Thursday eve
Ur& Llf-sio Alki-r ntertuined tu
mernber.s of the Bl'ltannlc aasoclatlo.
Monday evening .it h-r home, 2603
Grant avenue, A pleasant evening was
spent, vocal and Instrumental music
I games and dancing beii.- the fiture.
of the i veiling. Mght r- freshments
I were served by the hue! SS, OOBSted by
Mrs Mary Knnwh-M an 1 Mr. Ann.e
Adams. ThOSI present wire Mr. and
Mm, H. Pisher, Mr. nno Mrs. Ren Plt-
ten, Mr. and Mr. Thomas Eckersley,
I Mr. and Mra Joseph Adams. Mr. und
Mrs Horace Aikr, Mrs Harry John-
son. Mrs Mary Ann Taylor. Mrs. C. N.
'Johnson, rs. arth.i Hlbly. rs William
I HorrockB, ra Mary Knowles, Mrs.
I Annie N'Pale. Mr Ellen sn-ven.-. Phai
rat Hudson. Ben Bouthorn, Miss Ella
Bitten, Miss Ethel Alker. Miss Hilda
Alker, Miss Katherlne Johnson. Miss
I Elli n Molaman. anj Master Uillv Al
ker. The members o, the Mountain Home
i club were entertained by Mrs. Alma
Ludington Tuesday evening at her
home. 5'J8 Twelfth street.
Girl Srout troop No. 9 gave a party
j Friday evening with Captain Madeline
Iteeder as hostess assist, il by her
daughters, Misses Jdnnetl and de
I The Esther club held its first fall
meeting Friday evening, at ib- home
of Mrs. George Prcut. 2946 Porter
avenue Th. entertainment commll
tee was Misses Pansy and Ida Ander
son. Mlas Viola Clancy and Mrs. A J
Mil. h. II.
The Marana Reading circle met Fri
day afternoon with Mm D N WhU
23r.9 Qulnoy avenue
Mrs J. i Smith entertained ..t cards,
Saturday afternoon at her home. 464
Twenty-fourth utrcet, in compliment
to Mrs Lorene Santley of New York
DEFY GRAY HAIR
ftfO mattrr Ahul your age, Cray hair pro
claims you old. If at JO or 40 your
'hair haj payed, "Brownalonr" will be
your frmtrst boon. "Brownaton" Is
woman a beat friend in prc-frving the
"look of youth.' It ha.t restored glrlLih
charm to thoujandj. Ray to ue and
quickly tints gray, faded, etreaked or
bleached hair to any nhade of brown or
black. Odorless. gTcateles9. will not rub
or wah off. Guarantee! h.irml" i to
the hair scalp or k!n Sold at all dealers
60c and SI 50. Trial bold mailed di
rect for lOr. Tho Kenton I'harmacal
Co.. Coppln Bldft., CoTlnton, Ky.
. I nnd Mrs. C. C. Thatcher of Oakland,'
The Home Culture club met .Sat
urday afternoon at the home of Mrs
John a. Jones, 2646 Gramorcy ave
nue, . .
Mrs. Nannie V. Owens was hostess
to members of the Women's Rellet
corps and their friends Friday aftor
. noon at her homo, 321 I Moffat ave
nue. Kv hundred was the diversion
of the afternoon for Which ten tables
were arranged Mrs Owens was as
sisted by Mrs. C. E. Maple
Mrs. A. E Lansing entertained the
members of the Past Noble Grand Hub
at her hdme, 43K Thirtieth si rent, on
Thursday afternoon. The afternoon
wans pent with eards and a buffet
luncheon was srrved.
The third section of tin- Presbyter.
I Ian church met Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs J. E. Parks Mrs.
IH II. Lltzenberr, Mrs O. A. Mover
uml Mr. Parks were hostesses
. . .
The yVOmen'S rircie of the preby
terlnn church will meet Tuesday aft-I
ernoon at l;S0 o'. iork in the church
parlors. A special program has been
arranged by Mr-, j. j. Booth and Mr.-i
P Tula The day has been set aHd"
for rally day. so a large attendance
Mrs. A. E. Blair entertained the
members of her iewthg olUD Thurs
day nfternonn at her home. 1049
Mr n. w Taylor entertained thr
members of her bridge club at h r
home. 10T.9 Twa t -sixth street. TKun
BRIGHAM CITY. Sept. 30. Lost
Wednesday In the Logan temple Miss
Hattle Parkln-on, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. E Parkinson of Portage, and
E, Cecil McGavin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. r. e Mo4avln of Maryevllle,
Idaho, were united In marriage. The
! ceremony was performed by President
Shepherd of the Logan temple Mis
Parkinson Is well and favorahl known!
h.-r., hiing KTaduat.d fif.rn the rt.o
Elder high school and taught In th"
; district schools of the county. Sh ;
I distinguished as a leader nnd very
popular among her set Thb happy
marriage Is tho consummation of a
Friendship that lngan when thi y were
both laboring as missionaries In the
easterft states mission. During the
pa,st year Miss Parkinson was em
ployed teaching In ReXDUrg where Mr.
McOovln was a student at Ricks Nor
mal college. The young people will i
make their home In Provo, Where Mr
McGavin will complete his college
training ax me it i t
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. MathlOl enter
tained Monday evening at their hom
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Rei ran, whose marriage recently took
place In the Logan temple. The room-;
Were decorated with fall flowers.
Games and music furnished entertain
ment for the evening and dainty re
freshment! were served to thirty-one
! guests. The out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reeves. .f ijar
I land. Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves left
Wednesday for Prove, where they ex
pect to make their home.
Th.- marriage of Mlas Ella Sackett
ot this city, and Harvey ( Johnson of
Mantuu took place Wednesday in th'
Salt Lake temptq Miss Sackett is the
daughter of Mrs. lauru A Sackett and
Is a graduate of the. Box Elder high
9chool. The couple will make their
home In (Jarland, where Mr. Johnson
IS engaged in business. They were
accompanied to Salt Lake by Mrs
Uum Sackett and Mrn. i F. Dum-
Miss Vella Waddoups entertained
Monday evening at her homo on First
South and First East streets compli
menting Ml Ella Sackett, a bride of
this week. Fall flowers decorated the
rooms. The evening was spent in a
social way and dainty refreshments
were served. Miss Sackett yvas the
honored guest at a parcel shower given
bj her mother, Mrs. Laura A. Sackett.
Wednesday. September 27. the fam
ily of Mr. A W. Compton gave him a
pleasant surprise. It being his 00th
birthday, A large birthday cake cen
tered the supper table. Fall garden
flowers decorated the rooms. The eve
ning was spent In music, vocal selection-'
and social conversation. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs M.
J. Compton and Mrs. Rozllla Papcn
dlck of Pocatollo. Idaho
Miss Jennie Williams and Mortense
Mathlas entertained at the home of
MlSS Williams lost Thursday evening
in honor of Miss Mabel Munns, who
left Friday for Chicago to attend the
University there. The evening was
spent In pluylng games and listening
to some of the missionary experiences
of Mr. David Ret-.ier, who recently re
turned from r mission In Canada, after
which refreshments wore served.
The Rcbckah and I. O. O. F. lodges
gav a farewell party to Mr. and Mrs.
Will Gldney Tuesday night In the
L O. O. F. hall. A very enjoyable
time was had by all. Progressive
five hundred was played, after which
a delicious two-course luncheon was
served to thirty friends of Mr. and
The officers of the Fourth ward Y.
L. M L A. were entertained Wednes
day evening at the home of Mrs, B.
M Thompson Asters and bowls of
fruits were used to decorate the rooms. I
The evening woi spent In s discussion
A Talk To Mothers
But Thoughtful Mothers.
Each winter season brings coughs,
colds, catarrh, pneumonia, "flu", and
tuberculosis, loving mothers dread
the onslaught of
LiFv- V tnese diseases.
1 & Thoughtful mothers
' Af ft ofUn prorlde offsinst
T. JS8tSjg? the danger of cold sand
1 VjjiT TJk 21 """fr0- 8ucb mothsTs
rol kiv il vIXX'bs,10'' " mon""r nd
I r(jjnylpMr bsvs fowsn" hours of
v iiy anxiety, and sleepleaa
IV Kr watching at the
Vv A y- bedilda of a lored one.
' Soma mothers. Inn-
rerienoad, do not kr.ow how to provide In ad
vance for the colds and coughs that are boond
Hera Is a simple Inexpensive way practiced
by over 340 000 mothers during the past twelve
years, as great volume uf ritimonv proves.
Not later than the first cold or rainy spell, they
main up a full pint of home made cough and
old medicine using tVs oss. of the pure Ks
sence Mentho-Laxene. mixed with home made
agar syrup or honey. Costs less than fl.00
Mntho-Laxone is so pure -contains no chlo
roform, opium or nsr-ot'o drugs, that it if
riven to Infanta without harm. Children and
adults like it delicious flavorand Its marve
loutly qulclrsntJon In stopping solSSSVjd cougha
before the dnngrrons rnmpllcatlons set in
There Is nothing sold so pur, so pro met, so
Reolve to be a "Thoofbtfu! Mother". Gat
Tisonoe MeDtho-Lajrene today end drive the
n.ld and cough iwir "Host avat aotd fnr .
rough and oold". 6asd 6 ratite frsr aample.
Tkvs BlasJcSsrra PTOsfocts Cav, Daytm.01io
You, too, can I
have "A skin you b I
love to touch'3 K(r i J
A BEAUTIFUT. skin, soft, smooth, faultlessly clear any girl
can hirve this charm.
Your Akin is constantly changing.
Each dav old sLin dire and new takes its place. Gire this
nctr skin the right treatment, and see how soft and lovelv you
Ican keep it.
l;se this special treatment for a very sensitive skin:
Dip a soft washcloth in warm water and
hold it to your face.
Now make a warm water lather of Wood
bury's Facial Soap and dip yonr cloth up and
down until the doth is "fluffy" with the soft,
Rub this lathered cloth gently over yonr
skin until the porrs are thoroughly cleansed.
Rinse first with warm, then with clear, cool
water and dry carefully.
JTlIE first time you use this treatment it
will leave your skin with a slightly drawn,
tight feeling. Thib means that yonr skin is
respoDding in th right way to this method
of cleansing. After a few treatments the
drawn feeling will disappear and your skin
will gain a new softness and smoothness.
Get a cake of Woodbnry's today. A 2S-cent
cake lasts a month or six weeks.
WOODBURY'S FACIAL SOAP I
MRS GEO W. COOMBES
Formerly jliaa Marie. Ilart
lett, who whs married in Salt
Lake Friday. September 22.
of thr- work for the coming year. Re
f ri'shrTKMita were served to twenty
AnounccniL-nt lb made of the mar
riage of Miss Annie Crawford to
Patriarch Denmark Jensen, which
took place Wednesday In thr- L.ogan
temple. JJoth are highly esteemed citi
zen of Brlghum und h.ive the con
gratulations ot their muny frl-nds.
Miss Annie Crawford was tendered
n pleasant parly, .Monday evening at
her home, given by the Daughters of
th-- Pioneers. The evening wuh spent
with gomes anrl s'iclal conversation
Refreshments wets served to forty-one
Mr. and Mrs. Qoorge 11. ETaOSl enter
tained Tuesday at a dinner In honor of
I .air. ani nrs 11 r . uaii. or iurov,
Idaho, a crystal basket of cosmos
Icontered the table and covers wore laid
' Cor eight
Mrs. Rozllla C Papendiek of Poea-
telle Is visiting w ith her parents, Mr
and Mrs. A W. Compton for two
Mrs P. R WrlKht. Mrs. Knrl Fur
Inivs, Misses Ven.iti . i n ii Mlfnorl Lee
I of Ogden were Brlgham visitors Mun-i
day. the quests of relatives
e e e
Glenn Leo left Monday for Salt
Lake, where he is registered at the
lUnlversltj of ctah
j Mrs. LiiMur .fensen and children re
turned Tuesday evening, after spend
ing s week In ogden with relatives.
OVER HOTEL BILLS
SYDNEY. N. S. W, Sept. 30.
Senator Poaroe attended the Wasti
Ington limitation of armaments con
fer, nee u Australian representative.
L'pon his return ho presented n bill
of expenses amounting to approxi
mately $42 500. STnii.e senators thought,
this was migh, but the commonwealth
treaaurory, Mr Bruce, cams forward
as one with experience of hotel bills
in thi 1'iiited Slateu, and declared one
i ould not H. in c Washington hote.1
for 2Sd a week unless one had no
, 1 I
Salt Lake Society!
I SALT LAKK CITY. Sept. 30. Miss,
I Viola Hall, daughter of Mr. unJ Mrs,
I Nioslah Hall, and Kline- Frame werel
; married Wednesdo In the Salt Iake
i temple. Tho ceremony was per-!
j formed by Apostle Stephen L. Rich-;
ards A reception was given Thursday
(evening at the home of the lrlde's
parents, m tJilmer avenue.
In the reception room, the wedding
part) stood In bower of pink and
white asters, The living room, which
waj cleared for dancing, yvas deco
rated in yellow and white marigolds
und zinnias A cluny cover wus over
j yellow on the supper table .Marigolds
Iformud the cnt'rpieco, surrounded
I by yellow candles in crystal holders
The bride yvore a gown of flesh
j colored ciepe de ehlne, with a veil
: caught wl(h orange blossoms. The
bridal bouquet was of bride roses aivi
j lilies of the valley.
I Mrs. Merl 1j. Kimball, matron of
I honor, wore a gown of changeable
pink and sliver sjttln and arrlcd lav-
ender sweet peas Mis Mary Butler,
oni of tho bridesmaids wore old roao
taffeta and carried variegated sweet
I peas. Miss Luolle Cluff, the other
bridesmaid. wor pale green char-
. m. use and rarriud pink sweet peas.
Merl 1 Kimball wa best man.
Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Hall and the!
bridal party in receiving the guests
were Mr and Mrs. Ray Smith. Oasl -lng
In lhe dining room were m;Sk Jo
ephlnt Hall. Mis.s Klorenci Hull. Miss
Alice Edgbelll, Miss Dorothy Wilson
Miss Bemico Know ldtn, MIsb Doroth
; Irvine ., nd MlSS Viols Garff Miss Ma
rlon Hall Miss i:iame IClgren und
Mlse Florence Kigren server punch.
The couple will leave today for LOS
Angeles, to remain for two years. The
Olng-awoy town was of dark blu
duvetyn trimmed In gruy fur, h
gray hat and boots
Mibs Mayme Hlndley, daughter ot
Mr and Mrs W H. Hlndley of Mo
Lirath. Altierta. Canada. and John
T Greene of thin city were marrlod
. "W ednesdu;. morning In ths Bait Cako
teaiple. The ceremony was performed'
by Apostle Stephen L," Rlcharde.
A dinner yvaa nerved ut the homo of
the bride a Cousins, Dr. and Mrs U v,
CurtiB, 114 J street. The living room
was decorated In pink und whits'
asters. A yellow and green uolor
scheme was carried out in the ulnlng
room. Marigolds and ferno In a Crys
tal bowl formed the centerpiece for.
thp table. The place eards were In1
; bridal designs, tied with green ribbon, i
I The favors were tiny baskets of con-!
fectlons tied with green tulle
Covers were laid for the bride ui.d
bridegroom, Mr and Mrs. a. 0. Fra-ik
Mr and Mrs i.. a. Sngberg, Dr Oai
ner je.i.n and Miss Blltapeth ll'nl
ley. A reception was given at the hon S
Of the bridegroom s mother .Mrs.
Greene. In American Fork, v number
of Salt Lakers were In attendance
Koilowiii? wedding trip to lh
northwest nd Canada, the couple wltl
make tholr home in Salt lake.
The marriage of Mins Mabel Good-!
ell and P. Wllnon Seay took plac.b at
st Paul s Episcopal church Wednes
day nt 11:80 o'clock The ceremonv
was performed by tho Rev. Mark
Rlfenbark The wedding music was
furnished by MJss Marguerite lievine
v.ho played the woddlng march from
Ixheiifjrln as n processional, "1 Lovel
l'ou Truly'' during the ceremony and'
the Mendelssohn wedding march it
i ". ic l.rldi- wore a traveling tallorerjj
-ult ot dark b!ue polret twill with
black hat. nnd dark brown fo fur with!
;i corsage of pink rosebuds. The couple!
left Immediately iftcr the "remonj
I Bealtle, Wash to pnd ten days.
They will i- .i ; iiome in Salt Lake
Tl bride threw her bouquet from thel
top of the church steps and It was
caught bv Mlsrt Lora Maycock
Mrs. Hamilton Park and Mrs. Paul
Ft. Chesle entertained 'ednesday
nlKht at the home of Mrs A. H. Pan!
on Fourth Kas. street at ;i handkerJ
chief shc.yver In honor of A) i -tj Ollvij
Erskine a bride of the month. Plngl
and while asters were arranged In s
large white v.dcker basket on a lacel
cloih in er pink m the dining roonffl
Cards were enjoyed during the evil
ninp .. .i.i i light .-.upper y as served
Th. ku" -its ineliidi-d .Miss Kvelyn Era
sklne. Mls-s I'. rn St I'l.il - Ml-s Mar
Verferth, Mrs j. V. Ivory'. Mrs. A. M
Erskine, Mlsa Bertha Erskine, Mrs!
K I. P.irk. .Ii I' i; t, Ke...;le. MlM
Slserii Ewlng, Miss Cllssy Citmeron,
Mrs L J !..; mnm Trehorn,?
t Continued on Page KlghO
MKn LAI-RENE SANTLEY, I
mother of Joseph and Fred I
-i-h'K autley, two Utah boyt m
and Broadway stars, who i I
spending a week in ( itrdrn th A
guesl of Mrs. Joseph I. Smitl
route to her home in Holly
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Opening of Ballroom j I
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