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2 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17 1JI
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I The Child Culture club met Thurs
day afternoon at tho University club.
A Kensington passod the afternoon,
together with a program. Mrs. Z.
Fay Fowler, director of tho Near East
relief campaign, talked on tho Near
Fast question. Miss Doris Proudfit,
accompanied by Mrs. Robert Proudflt,
played two violin Selections by Krels
Icr. Mls3 Adelaide Ashton. accom
panied by Miss uennott, entertained
-with vocal selections. Miss Mildred
Harnes, accompanied on tho piano
by Miss Helen Carver, gave artistic
dancos, Tho Christmas offerings of
the club were then given to the Chil
dren's Aid society for distribution,
under the direction of Mrs. G. E. Eln
burg and Miss Charlotte Kunz.
The Ladies' Literary club root
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs .m ie
M. Thomas ut her home, 2649 M idl
son avenue Mrs Lcroy Pugmlrc pi Ld
a short story, "Mr. Downey Site
down." by L, H. Rohbin:; Mrs. Virgil
Cain was leader of discussion.
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At her home, 2875 Lincoln avenuo.
Mrs. A. J. Lavln entertained tho
members of her bridge club Thursday
ovonlng. Late in the evening a sup
per was served Christinas decora
llons wore used on the table Co era
were laid for eight.
Mrs Lloyd Harris entertained tho
members of the Ami Five Hundred
lub at her home, 1 1 6 G Adams uvonuc,
The s. p. club members were en
tertained by Mrs. Stewart Eccles .v 1 1 -urday
afternoon at her home, 3234
Members of tlif Children's Aid s:o- I
ciety met at the Dispe nsary Friday i
afternoon. Plans were completed for'
the Christmas dinner to bo gien by
The Royal Purple club will moot
with Mrs. C. E Maple, al Mr homo.
I J 620 Liberty avenue, Monday eve
ning at i o'cloclc,
Mrs. W. R Wise of 177 Twenty
seventh street, entertained the Mlstle
toe club Wednesday afternoon Mrs,
Jesperson was tho gut ist ot the club.
The afternoon was spent with sew
ing. Luncheon w is then served, rhe
table was centered with season ii
flowers and red tapers ablaze in .-m -tal
holders were placed at elthi r end
of the. table. Tho place cards wen
suggestive of Chrlstmai The living
room was beautifully decorated with
blooming narcissus and China lilies.
The club will meet with Mrs. Maple,
Wednesday, December 27, for a "sur
prise gift party."
Mrs. Harry Roinshriber entertained
the membors of her bridge club
Thursday afternoon, at her home on
The Home Culturo club members
met Saturday afternoon with Miss
Blanche Larned, 2430 Adams avenue,
The topic for tho day was "Immigra
tion." A paper on "Czeeho-Slovakla"
was given by Mrs. C. J. Fitzgerald.
A paper on "The Balkan States" was
given by Mrs. H. L. Taylor. A dia
At their home in the Farnsworth
apartments, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood
Horrocks entertained at two tables of
five hundred Wednesday evening,
hrlstmas suggestions were used for
decorations Luncheon was served at
the close of the card games Mrs.
Horrocks was as.cisted by Mrs. Joe
Ogdcn circle 5 S 1 . Neighbors of
Woodcraft, held its regular meeting
Tuesday evening in the W. O. W. hall,
with an exceptionally largo attend
ance. The committee in charge con
Ktsted of Mrs. Alma Luddlngton, Mrs
Elizabeth Best, Francis II IBS, 3usl
Griffin ami Edna Plantz. Tho no '
regular meeting will be Tuesdav. De
Newly eloeted officers were in
stalled at tho regular meeting oi
' Quoon Esthor chapter No. 4, O. E. S..
I In tho Masonic temple Friday 6VC
Mrs. Fred Steele was hostess to tho
I it. ky I". elul V-dn':-.d i afternoon,
j at her homo, Adams avenue. Five
i hundred was played during the after
noon, prizes being won by Mrs. Juek
Carlyle nd Mrs. Grovor Tnllcson A
two-course luncheon was served.
Pott d ferns wore useel throughout
tii' house for docoratlous. Tho place
I cards were of Christmas design. The
next mooting will bo a Christmas
party, and will bo with Mrs. Justin
Smith on Liberty avenue, Tuesday
The members of the Sono club will
, meet with Misses Georglna and Dossle
i Bparks this afternoon at their hnir.e
Ion 2981 Hudson avenuo, from 3 until
I C o'clock. Plans for the winter's work
I will be discussed.
I " " '
! Ogdon council 3T57, Security Bene-
Ifit association, gave tho acc-ond card
I party of tho series Tuesday afternoon
I In the MOOS6 hall, with a large attend
ance. Honors for cards wore awarded
to Mrs. James Ashby and Mrs George
Carey, the ail cut prize to Mrs. Stella
jSlprelle and the consolation pr'-e to
i Mrs Eva Stauffor
i At tho meeting of Miriam chapter
No. 14. O. E. S., Tuesday evening, the
i following officers were elected:
Worthy matron, Mrs. Edwin L.
Howes, worthy patron. William S.
Nantker; association matron. Mrs.
Arthur D. Barber; Mrs. Eva S. Corey
WOS ro-elcctcd secretary; Mrs. James
H. McCulloch was re-elected treas
urer; conductor. Miss Dana Kelly:
associate conductor. Mrs. Warner
Arthur. Tho newly elected officers
will be installod Tuesday, December
26. Tho worthy grand matron 1 I the
state. Mrs. Louise Dods of Salt Iake,
will have charge of the Installation
Tho Britannic association held its
rogular meeting Monday evening at
the home; of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrat
Hudson. Election of officers took
'places, followed by a social. Officers
(were elected a3 follows: President,
H. Fisher; Vice presldont, Joseph
Adams; secretary, Sherral Hudson:
treasurer, Mrs. Jane Fisher; directors,
Thomas Eckersley and Ben Bltton.
Daughters of Ploneors. Camp K,
Captain Mrs Carrie Selbold will meet
at the home of Mrs. Emma Harris,
1064 Twenty-second stror t. Thursday.
December 21. "Visiting board member
will be Mrs, Sarah Clark Haines.
The Phllathea Sunday school class of
the Methodist church will meet in the
church parlors, Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock. A full attendance. Is de-
sire d, so that the ChriMmas charitable
I work may be arranged
i Tho Heatherbell club was entor
I tainod Tuesday evening at the month
ly meeting by Mrs. Sarah Aufhammer
lot h-r home on Canyon road. A ken-
slngton and games followed the busl-
neas moedlng. Prizes were awarde d
to Mrs. Jean Binnie and Mrs. Agnes
Bowen. A luncheon was later served
to twelve club members.
The Daughters of Pioneers' board
meeting will be held Monday, De
cember IS. at tho residence of the
pr. aident, Mrs Almlra Rich, 247G Jcf
fersStt :i'.An'i- at 2 30 o'clock A full
attendance is requested. A special mu
sical program will be given.
An entertainment and elanco for the
benefit of William J. Dalebout, who
leaves for a mission to Holland Jan
uary 12, was given at the Fifth ward
amusement hall Saturday evening.
The Drama club members met at
the home of Mrs. George Barlow, 224 S
Quincy avenue, Saturday, with Mrs.
Barlow and Miss Clararnay Brown! u :
as hostesses The program was given
as follows: Violin solo, (Enrique
Soro), Mrs. Royal Eccles, discussion,
'The Middle of the One-Act Play."
Mrs. Carlyle Eubank; "Hunger," (Eu
gene Pillott), fantastic morality, Mrs.
Arthur Barger, "Tradition." (George
Mlddleton), social comedy. Mrs. Eber
Piers. Mrs. George Barlow and Mrs.
E. R. Dumke.
At her home In the Farnsworth
apartments, Mrs Joseph Horrocks en
tertained her bridge club Tuesday it
the second party of a series she Is
conducting. Prizes for the games
W( ro awarded to Mrs. Tom Thomas
and Mrs, L. Farley. Christmas deco
i rations were used throughout the
rooms. A delicious luncheon was
served. Mrs. Horrocks was assisted
by Mrs. Elwood Horrocks.
Mrs Katherlno Shuff lobarger WttS
1 hostess to the members of her bridge-
club Tuesday afternoon at the Vir
ginia The ladies' auxiliary to the B. of I
F. & E., division 23", was entertained
by Mrs, Bert Gilchrist at her homo,
2637 Adams avenue-, Monday after
noon. Cards was tho diversion of thfl
afternoon, prizes being awarded to
Mrs. Heber Gudmundsen and Mrs
Ray Llnr.ley. The party was given
in honor of Mrs. Rose- Braugh and
Mrs. James Tomasek, who will leave;
in tho near future for California to
m;ike their homes.
lis Sherrat Hudsem entertain. 1
the members of the Britannic associa
tion at her home, 966 Hudson avenue,
Monday evening. Election of officers
for the opening year tool, place. a
social hour followed Music, vocal
and instrumental, games una dancing
were the? dle-rslons. Light refresh
ments wero served by the hostess, as
Blsted by Mrs. Mary Know li s, Mrs.
Annio Adams and Mrs. Isabella Eck
erslev. Thirty wero present.
Mrs Herbe rt B. Foulger entertained
tin- members of her sewing club at
her homo, 551 Seventh street. Friday
afternoon. Luncheon was nerved, wfth
covers laid for twelve. Christmas dec
orations were used
The S. O II. club members werj
entertained Tuesday evening by Mrs.
Chris Anderson. An e vent of the eve
ning was the initiation of the follow
ing five new members Into the club:
Margaret Murray, Cecelia Alton Ger
trude Alton, Cecelia Higglns and
hlathryn Gunning. A business meet
ing followed the initiation. A social
hour was then enjoyed. Mrs. An
derson, assisted by her sister, Miss
May Clements, served a tray lunch
eon. The next meeting will bo with
Miss Mary Dermody, Tuesday eve
ning, at her home, 1055 Twenty
The Junior Girls' club of the? Con
gregational club met with Edith
Ashton, at her home. 264 1 Van Bu
ren avenue, Saturday.
Queen Esther chapter No. 4, O. E.
9., met in regular session in the Ma
sonic temple Friday. Installation -f
officers took place. The worthy
grand matron of the state. Mrs. Loulsj
Dods, assisted by the grand marshal.
Gertie Chilton, and the grand chap
lain, Clara Dills, were in charge of
the installation. The following wera
installed: Worthy matron. Pearl
Newman, assii. I at.- patron, James Edward.'-;
associate matron, Anna Peck
enpaugh; secretary, L. L Irwin,
treasurer, Harriett Parker; conduc
tress, Agnes C. Smith; associate con
ductress, Mildred Sims; chaplain.
Helen Prout. marshal. Sadie Smith,
organist, Beatrice Chilton; Adah, The
resa Pring; Ruth, Helen Winter; Es
ther, Mabel Wysong, Martha, May
Yates; Electa, Gertie Pell; Warder,
Helen Johnston; sentinel, Isabelle Ty
ree. Following the installation a
banquet was served in the banquet
hall. Tho long table was beautifully
decorated with seasonal flowers and
A carnival dance was given by tho
second ward Friday evening In the
ward amusement hall. Refreshments
were served during the evening
The Ladles' auxiliary to the O. R.
C. met Friday afternoon at the I. O.
O. F. hall for practice.
Mrs G. L. Eecker was hostess to
the Martha society at her homo, 2408
Van Buren avenue. Monday after
noon. Mrs. V. Shelby entertained the mem
bers of the I. T club Thursday eve
ning at her rcsldonor, 540 Chester
MRS HELEN' HUNTER
kiser. cellist, who will
play a cello solo with the Og
ih'ii i omnninity orchestra at
the concert in the Orpin-urn
JWflSN MILDRED W RE Op
1 VI den contralto, who will ba
one of the soloists at the musi
cal fellowship fund concert in
the Orpheuni theatre- Weelncs
day with the male chorus com
munity orchestra and Lucy
! . 4 v.
1UIRS. ROBERT W. MAJOR,
IVlformerly Miss Betty Jane
Brown of Portland, Ore. Mr
and Mrs. Major were married
recently in Portland.
pastime of tho evening At the closo
of the kenslngton a very dainty lunch
eon was served to the club membera
The regular meeting of the Proby
terian cradlo roll has been postpone 1
one week. Tho meeting will bo held
Wednesday, Dec. 27.
"When Lovo Begins" was present
ed by the Ninth ward Dramatic asso
ciation Thursday and Friday evening
in the ward amusement hall with
pleasing rebults. The play was pre
sented under the direction of Mrs.
Fannie Stanley of tliu Kodpath Chau
tauqua circuit. The cast included
F. M. Carroll, Mrs G. L. Davis, Mrs.
J, F. Snedaker, Misa Ramens Jan
sen, Miss Jessie McFarland, .Miss Ana
fred Banford, Miss Rose Adams, G.
L Davis. Earl Porter, Mr M M. By
water, Carl Sandstrom and Norma
The women of the First Christian
church held their annual December
bazaar In the church parlors on Madl
so navenue and Twenty-fourth street
Thurselay and Friday. The affair
proved to be very successful. .
chicken dinner was Beryed Friday
evening from C until S o'clock.
Mrs. Alta Burnham of 22 Harrts
villo avenue, was hostess to tho Span
ish War Ladies' Sowing club "Wed
Tho women of the Heatherbell club
met Tuesday evening at the home of
the prealdtnt, Mrs. Sarah Aufham
mer, on Canyon Road. After tho
regular business meeting, the timo
was turned over to a social. A tray
luncheon was served late in thi zo
ning by the hostess, assisted by her
daughters. Ella and Mary. The fol
lowing Were pr. ,.-nl .Mrs .J Simp
son. Mrs M. Adams. Mis J. Binnlo,
Mrs. A. Bowen. Mrs. A. Moyca, Mrs.
J. Anderson, Mrs. M. Cnrr, Mrs. J.
Burton, Airs. L. Lochhead, Mrs. G.
Lochhead, Mrs. l. Herrli k .mil the
hosted. The club will meet Janu
ary IS with Mrs Agnes Warner
Mr and .Mis. Gcorgo R. Bolton and
daughter, Billy, have left for Califor
nia for a few weeks' visit.
Mr and Mrs. E. E Marriott and
I son. Gilbert, of Ogden, have rone to
I Los Angeles to spend tho winter.
Miss Lu Rogers Is spending a week
with Mrs. L, V. Rogers at her home
In the Argylo apartments.
j Mrs. J. D. Sullivan of Salt Lake
spent last week in Ogdon with her
.daughter, Mrs. Royal J. Douglai
Mrs. Irene La Frenlere left Tuosday
for Salt Lake to make her home.
fMUSIC AND DRAMA
Ulsa Devorah iioxr.r. pupil of Miss
Minnie Moore Brown, will bo pr. -,
sonted by Miss Brown Tuesday eve
;ning, December 19, at the Fifth ward
1 h ipel in a program of readings. Miss
Edrls Christiansen, pianist and Mrs.
1 .. Flouts Woolley, soprano. will
The program given will bo as fol
lows: A Story Hoi Man Friday
A I'oem The Barrel Organ
I'lano Solo Selected
B lss Christlanson
A Japanese Flay In One Act O Joy
San Miss Hoxer
Vocal Solo Seleoted
Dialect Number, Ballad of Elkanah
B. Atkinson Miss Hoxer
At tho honi of Mrs. T. Don Beasdn,
704 Twenty-sixth .street, the m, rubers
of the Bempre Musical society ,inet
Tuesd ly afternoon. It was "program
day" with Mr9 Joseph Ferraro as
An added feature of the day was
the presence of Mrs. A. V' Woodruff
as guest of the club, whose home
until two years ago was in Bordeaux.
France Mrs " iruff sang four d -
llrhtful selections in a charming man
ner Tho program was as follows
Fianei Number. "Intermezzo" . Brahms
Mrs. Roland Eccles.
Vocal. "Song to a Mother". . . Handel
Ri Jolce Greatly" and "Come Unto
Him" ("Messiah") Handel
Miss Ellen H. Thomas
Mrs. T Don Beason. accompanist
Violin, "Pierrot" Serenade . Randegger
Miss Mar) Fisher.
Mrs. T. Don Beason, accompanist.
"Si Vous L'Avles Compris" Denza
"Le Nil" Xavlor Leroux
With violin obligato by Mrs. Royal
' La ToSca" Puccini
Mrs W . Woodruff.
Mrs. Roland Eccles, accompanist.
Waltz" in E Minor Chopin
Waltz" In A Flat
Mrs Joseph Ferraro.
The next meeting of tho society will
V ISS DEVORAH HOXER,
lVlpupil of Miss Minnie Moore
Brown, "who will appear in a
program of readings at the1!
Fifth ward chapel Tuesday
evening. Ford studio.
be held January '.. at the Home of
Miss Mary Fisher,
A musical treat was given at a
public recital Saturday evening, at the
Ogden Conservatory of Music, by tht!
pupils of Mrs. Vera Frey Beason. as
sistefl le. Miss Mildred Crovollng,
The following program was given
In connection with a group of songs
by Miss Crevellngi
Crossing tho Bridge Frirnl
Luclle Van Dyke.
The Gypseys Rogers
Lo'cly Rose Courtney
Boat Song Franks
Witches Revel . . .SchyttS
Duot Moonlight De Koven
Myrtle Fhllpott Margaret Falek
Longing . Lichner
Songs Miss Mildred Creveling
To the Rising Sun Torjussen
Scarf Dance Chamlnade
Dance Negre Cyril Scott
Country Gardens Grainger
BRIGrHAM SOCIETY "
lMlK'.H VM (MTY, Doc. 16. Mr. and
Mrs II 1 1 Mifflin announce the en
gagement of their daughter Agnes, to
Albert D. Earl, of Tromonton. The
marriage will take place In thaw
Uike tomplo early In January
Mrs. Leorm Prultt ontort.alned W
silver phov.-er Worlnsdav oveninf
the home of .Mrs. e;. W. Stokes J
idiruentury t., M-:S Klnrenec StC
a bride of this week. Miss St
had on display her beautiful flB
Beau Mis:1 Thyra Morgan and!
Ati'la Knudson entertained with!
sieal number.i. A dalntv tray lirt
con was served to 35 guonts
Lawrence M tddor-k s.,v a TJf
last evening prosontlng .nome of,;
pi:mo siudents. together with
Minnie Moore Brown, dramatic An
er. and Wlllard Gardner, tenor.'IH
The unmarried women of thtsfl
school faculty entertained ut the 1
ward ainiiMenient hall Friday evS
of last week. The hill was artista.a
decorated, repr.-K. mint: an oid-Jr
loncd garden. Tho guests wero olK
ed In old-fasliiun.-.l . ostumes, and'1
favors ever.- old-fashioned bouoil!
Miss Edith Horsley entertained m
(solo dance. The Idle isk. furnE
and served the refreshments.
oral out-of-town guests were Pffli
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas FryeB
' lined at a 50a rirty at their
last Saturday .-vonlng. High scorey,
won , Mrs. Le.aa Nelson. A
llcious luncheon wils served aftlHI
game, lovers bedng laid for
Mr.s Rachael Lvans as the
i t. lent of a ph asant surprise
lasl Satur.lay evening at hor he
the Oer-:,siOr, boin-s- ),,r hirthday
niversarv. Harne.j nnd musical dW
1'ers v.e,-,. enjoyed until a late Al
W hen .. daint;, luncheon wa sselV
to l", guests.
Mrs Eddie V.ituin .as hosuE
the m. mber.v of the s. ! Gull cad
' .1 ... 1 oe 1 aonoersjil
her hom Friday evening. A skX
of the life of Mrs. Joseph Knuft
was gl'. en by her daughter. Mrs.
Smith. A song . given byl
Misses Barbara Beth and Ann
kins. A Chrl-dmaM jiaper was'!,
b Mrs. Lnvlne Hansen. Sever
ano s lertlons were given by
Edris Watkins Delirious r-freshim!
.vere served by tho Misses MarcoH
s'-n. Ieona cut ,le rt and Eliza. W
lips. A bask.-t of arious frultal!
tered the table Thirtv-flve part
Mrs Carl Hansen and Mrs. Fi
R. Holman wero hostesses to
mombers of th- Soeiul DevelopJ
' I"'' l-'riday afternoon at the Hi
Of Mrs Le Boy I: Young Five
dred was the feature of the sX
n.M.n'-- entertainment A dainty 1(3.
eon n v,.,ved at small tables.Tt
cent. red with giant yellow chrE
t!i. :nis Hues-is- ..f the club inol
ed Mrs. A. L. Ston', Mrs. T. g. T
shall, Mrs Lo Jensen. Mrs. J
I-rson, Mrs. F I-orsgron and I
I llfford Jenson of Logan.
Mr and Mrs A. L. Stout en
talned a few friends last SaturdaJ
oning at thoir home. Card ga
wore enjoyed until a late hour wW
dainty two-course luncheon e
served to 13 guests.
Miss Aliee Eddy was hostess tsj
members of the Hook Lovers' club
her home. Tuesday evening. 3
view of the hook, "MLs-s Freeiffl
was given by Miss Eddv I'alnty
freshments were served to 15 gue
Mrs lv-rry Knudson and Mrsi
Mar donson entertained th Tfi
Matrons' club at the home of I
I Knudson Friday afternoon of
j Music Brings Joy ISf r
I pOR CHRISTMAS, the season of light 'lIlWlJI ' I j :
hearts, no gift can be more appropri ij
It not only means the music you love UJIJjS r .
most perfect musical reproduction of VI II,
The year 1922 has marked a distinct j
I advance over all previous standards in I ,
the manufacture of Sonora. Improve- II 1
are incorporated in all the new Sonora BisHBBtM j'FE 'I
I 2524 Washington Avenue, With Lyric Muilc Co. IMjayOK L d
EZRA B. JONES, Manager
I OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL 7 O'CLOCK );!