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L - OGDrTT7UTAH SUNDAYMORNING, DECEMBER 31,1922
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Iw Year's Day
v Girls and Gowns
em Abundant in
By BITTY BAXTER,
ciai Correspondent of The
jy right. U:2. by Standard
3TKOTON, Dec. 30. New
day Is perhaps Washington's
Icturesqce and characteristic
f There Is a brave effort be
de. too. to welcome the new
th a certain amount of official
n spite of the tact thai ihore
no reception at ;he White
One Is apt to become reml
of the "good old days? when
r Tear reception at the White
was :n Institution as unalter
the laws of the Medea and
j; whin every diplomat lni
uttoned himself into his goldi
inlform to pay his respects I
I government s to the prcsl
the United States and hast-j
irectly from the White House
lace and all to the diplomatic
8t; when every' cahlnet host-
ieid a reception with s scoro or
Eore of pretty girls to assist her.
Bwhen every matron of any soda.
sMtUn.llr.c '" h - 1 1 p ; when ever;.
IBrl with any prctent-.' f. position
Kris invite .ace
pcually Severn I places- wIi.t. ever;
IKan in town boasting a morninc:
Vtoat or could l"i: borrow or M.-ul
Ese wen! n-v islthig. and wh-n cpe;
Bnor and other holiday cheer could he
rnnk openly and egg-nog parties ac
lpolly mentioned In thi papers
M- President "Wilson gave the tirat
New to th' good chi-fashioned
Hur celebration when he cancel! .
tie White House reception, most pic
Bresque of vnieri :m i n t il utlons.
Then the war mil- such an entei
Buinment Imp Hi'- war also
Eut a stop to dlplomath hnvi i
VtU diplomatic cuips was divided Into
'two hostile camps and it would have
Hjfcn tmpoaelble to entertain them
Kboth under . i , roof at the same
Bume Nat tin entrance
the confii th m -a
K of all official entertaining except
Bat which centered about some vr.r
WA assort m iv of foreign "mis don
files" who invaded the capital from
be to time.
GOLD LACE SHKLrt ED
M After ttif i i
Btlvltles ii -i thi board tor
BBPr!i1.iv ' and
Mien 111 Consr.u ni ly i! was not un
Hardlnr admin -: r it urn. that the
pjBwfklal celebration took on a new J"
fATK of brilliance pre-,,. lent and
Ipwlra Hardlnc; revived the historic rc
gHttption ni w i being
aai nome during the morning nours iw
rSjR)e diplomatic corp.-. r.i.-l the official
BorM. r.-tlrlnc; it bt for luncheon ani
fclurnlnc to i.tations in the
fternoon to shako hands with tho
lfltaK line of men. women and children
jWgardlc-ss of run'.-:, st-iHon or color.
fto had stood In line for hours watt
Bmt the eoportunlt) to "Happy
MjSevr Year" to the president and his
Mecretary Hughes and Mr.-. Hughes
JertaJned the diplomatic corps at j
Hekfast at noon and all of the c. -Lips
were at h"ro-. Mon m-ro lots of
her l.iK r-M.ptions ani altogether It
m a eala day. Hut ihis year the
Bf Y-ar reception has been can
Sued nh.ng with other social activl-
at 'le hit- i louse becau le ol
h. Hardin-,- - 1,,-alth But all of the
per usual u.s ..- ih. day. in
Bidin the diplomatic reception, will
BDe off 'in. i, .--.-., fast however,
ill) lose much o its pi ' in esque val-
be.-aus. tin- orp.s will not i"' 111
Worm. Y u nol In com-
Hoent to the secretary of state that
B? fore U': i en .. . --i COUrt ! '
because they had been calling at
R Whit.- 1 1 ,1 had not had
Be hoi v. i-. ii fjuct.ons to change
f ' STUIKlN(l COSTUME SEEN
fke the week before. I his week
turned le.cr to a great extent to
young people uboee holidays arc
PfllOSt bj 1 1 ( j
I don't know v. hen I've --een so
Pn- pretty girls ami so many good
i "King gowns, as 1 have latclj Anu
P gins mi , o to have different
Kuis,- ii.j.u ,ja ighler of Mrl
ierlr.k ii tjiiiett. wife ol W
Ptik.-r of the house, is one of the
J dres'a vouiir women in Wash
pton. sh. had a .-Hiking .-ostuny
f5Tueda - ,harli ball, a red vel
P'own that had a skirt drape
W It was . no 1 . hoi t l'ack on"
Et b, ,,nK lin the sides
Wf It was wm a striking Spanin
P. with u black background cov-.
a win, lttj-Ke red. hluu and pur"l
l flowers v.-ry Mvld. She wore
Bh colored hose and dainty reu
BWcr8. Catherine Sutherland, one
tilh'- I-'.-tty dai.-ghi.-r- of Senato.
Mr-;. How a i d Sutherland. Is wear
KSown of pink satin. The skirt
gull and gath red and. like Ul-S
ijr-s. waj snort n r,-0n1 .'"id iacw
m swept th- ground on the sides.
as as though the hem of tne
h'd by.n cut in two huge scai
, MtV (,OWs NOTED
Pln'' '' Kerlha Cuntacuzene at tn
K16 ball ve,,r. a black kowti WWII
P Karf about her thoulders; he pi
I'" "11 wh-n -Ian- Ing ,rs;,C i
Bridge, uir. ,.f . aptain Bridge of
m. British ml, v stuff. kM -71
jng gown that -v-nlai -vy
gold doth. The skirt swept
rvmL KTuuni and was draped an
1J1"1 . . xtendinf,
ful'Jr. -cart. '
lgr "houlder was held Sflth B na . -
JBr nd of gold sequins that e
HOLIDAY WEDDING 1
A charmlnglv simple home -wedding
was that of Miss Lois Wil
liams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Mil ford Williams of this city, and
Sherwood Jay Gee of ftlontpollsr,
Ida . son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gee The ceremony was performed
Thursday wetting, December S S,
at 8 o'clock, at the home of the
bride's parens, 2 3 85 Qulncy ave
nue, by Bishop T B Wheelwright
of the Twelfth ward.
Uniquely arranged and forming
a background for the scene of tho
widdlng was a square framework
Interwoven with pine twigs, hotly
and -varicolored carnations. Car
nations and evergreens artistically
decorated the entire house.
Prior to the wedding Mrs V D
Anderson of Salt Hake, sister of
the bride, sang Oh Promise Me "
Then the ring ceremony was per
formed in front of the not work
of green, with M '. nnd Mr And- r
m attending the bride and sroom
Sixty dote friends and relatives
were In att odani
The brido was lovely In a black
velvet gown, trimmed with beaver
and carried a bouquet of Ophelia
A wedding I unci eon was then
crved to I - guest on small tabb
An orchestra played delightful -e-lectlons
during tho supper hour.
The bride and groom left soon
nfter the reception for Salt Laite.
where they will villi I nfll Januarv
15 They will then go to Mont-pflie'-.
Ida., to make their home.
rnong the out-of-town guests
pr ni al the wedding were Mrs.
r L, Crulkshank of Montpeiier.
Ida., and Mrs. Charles E Hess of
special Bteetlng of Miriam chap
ter So. Ii, O. E S.. was held Tuesday
eeuin-j in the Masonic temple for the
purpose of thu Installation of offlcerj
Mrs. Louise Uods. worthy grand
matron of the state, assisted by ICrS
Gcrtio Chilton, grand marshal, v us In
charge and Instilled the following of
fice rn Grace I.uKorrost Howo-t.
-oithy matron; William Nantkoe.
worthy patron. Jessie G lParber. as
sociate matron, Eva Corey, secretary;
Josephine McCulloch. treasurer; Han i
Kelly, conductress. Mary A. Arthu .
associate conductress; BSdlth Nantkor,
chaplain; Huttle Mitchell. marsha.;
Ethel Hlllabrant, organist; Ida Mae
Aabel. Adah, Jean Shifflet. Ruth;
Marie L Morton. Esther Lillian New
ton, Martha; Ifcllssa Morse, lilecta,
Gertrude Gallagher, warder. Alice
The retiring worthy matron. Mrs
Myrtle Dlhsmoro, bade her corps of
officers farewell, flowers being pre
sented to each officer.
lire. Eunice Bowman, past matron
Of Miriam chapter then presented the
ewel to Mrs Dlnsmore,
Two solos were charmingly sunt: bj
Miss Cracc Matthews, accompanied hv
Miss Uorothv Prout Short and helpful
talks wen giVen by the worthy grand
matron. Mrs. Louise Dodo, the grand
lecturer, Mrs ignore Brumbaugh;
, , past grand patron. Dr, Brum
baugh and the eminent crand com
mander. D: Benjamin.
Kefreshmenls were served in tin
banquet hall thO tables being ar
r tnged to form the lett t H" In om
idiment to lira. Howes, Christmas
candles were used as decorations and
the centerpiece was 0 large bask, t
of r.-d carnations, above which warn
suspended s,Ue, New V.or's bells, ef-
f,-. lively combined with red tulle.
The committee In charge of the
banauet Included Mrs. Ulllan Ken
nedy, chairman Mesdames
Morgan Vera Harrington, Nichols
Kelly Beatrice Johnson. Kern Dahlia
V. r.. Bowman and Misses Ella Cron
tor. Mlldrcn Chrisman and Margaret
The installation was a public ,-i ,
and maW local and out-of-town guests
QUESTS AT DINNER
Flchteen guests were entertained b
M, and Mrs Joseph W. Lake al B
Christmas dinner Monday at the Lake
home 164 Twenty-fourth street
''The hous. as adorned In let.d..
Ltvle The dinner was served b Miss
!Leono Wagstalf and M Iss Velya lke
i Tho guests Included Mr and Mrs
John Wagstsff d family and Mr.
nd Mrs I'laude Winkler und famll.
,0T,HV.V'enlnB was passed with Karnes.
At midnlsh. a luncheon wasseryed
bodice was gut UJJ accoeto is
tics lately Ihat " though the
tt senator and Mrs- James
worl.n",Jrb,,Sfflfar "ski rte5 blk v,l
vet gowns, wh" " , .ush in spite
always demure an d gw ire
Qi hr. m. ;-;'aworlh has add-SfS-Sttn-a
ff" wide picture deslga.
Are Guests At
Mrs. Samuel W. Scotl Lets
as Hostess to New
A brilliant luncheon party was giv
en Saturday evening December 30, at
the home of Mrs. Samui I W Scot .
T ilirii.Non a .-line, w.th Airs Si. tl
an hostess The afta:t war in honor
of Marjorb- Brewer, and Miss Louise
fisher, who were initiated into tin
Sorosis sorority at the A C college
at Logan Just before coming here to
Spend the hOlld Vi
I House and table decorations were
artistically carried out In the sororlt:
colors, black and orange. Including tto
designs of the placocardu The lunch
eon table was centered with a large
bouquet of flowers.
Covers were laid for the following
guests In addition to the guosds of hon
or and the hostess:
Miss hldna Stewart. Miss Mabel Mil
lar. Mrs, Sidney Stevens Wilcox, Miss
Cleone Lindsay Miss Ruth Stevens.
Miss Vcrn.'i Stewart
The hostess was formerly Miss Mary
Stevens, and was a student at the Ag
ricultural college and was also a mem
ber of the Sorosis sorority
Miss Brewer and Miss Fisher and
other new members were entertained
at a banquet In Logan December -2-by
the old members of the -orortty
T BRIDE'S HOME
i A wedding reception was given for
Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Rhodes Wednes
day afternoon and evening, December
I 27, at the home of the bride's par
ents Mr and Mr W N JdoEntire,
'of 212? Qulncy avenue. They were
married early Wednesday afternoon
in Ogden Mrs. Rhodes was formerly
Miss Klhel McEntlre.
I ,.a,n ... ...... r. reQe.it at the
( oia su"i -
Roses nnd ferns formed the charni
ipg decorations for the entire hous.
Luncheon wns served at a late hou-.
They were the recipients of many
beautiful and useful wedding gifts
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes will make
th-lr home for a while ut 2129 Qulncy
avenue after spending a short time
us..,.,..;: f-lends and relatives in Ogden
MISS KLYA BURTON
WEDS J. A. BKOVN N
i The marriage of Miss Klva B. Bur-:
ton and J. Alvln Brown was pei -I
formed at the home of li.scop Myron
Richardson, Saturday. December I'S
Mrs. Brown U the daughter of Mr.
'and Mrs. James S. Burton of 2031
Mr Brown Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. S C. Brown of Sterling. Idaho,
but bus made his home in Ogden for
la number of years
I Mrs. James S. Burton, mother of
'the bride, acted as matron of honor I
jat the ceremony and S. Nelson Brown.
brother of the groom, as best man.
! For the present the) will make th-jlr
home at 2t)3" Liberty avenue
A number of showers and other en
tertainments are being planned for
I Mrs Brown, which will probably take
t.lac during this week.
i; A STLWTTOX AXJ)
L. A. AN'OLOMA WKD
Christmas day was the time of the
.qulei wedding or Miss Eva stratton.
daughter of Mr and Mrs William
Btratton, and Lawrence A. Appolon.ai
of Ogden The ceremony was per
formed at the Stratton home In Klvrr
dale by Bishop A. A. Bingham of th
miss Florence stratton. sister oi the
bride, and Clao-ni.' snone of ogden
v. i ' the attendants.
Following the ceremony the newlv
I weds with other members of tho
Stratton family went to the home "i
Mrs. Arthur Firth grandmother of
' Mrs. Appolonla. where n dellclo'.ts
Christmas dinner was served
Mi- and Mrs. Appolonla will make
their home for the time being r
MRS. KELLER GIVES
GOING AWAY PARTY
Artistically decorated with Christ
mas colors, the Bmll L. Keller home
at 4 24 Twenty-ninth street, was tho
setting of one of the most successful
parlies of the weok.
Mrs Keller was hostess Thursday
li vening in honor of Mrs J Bproat,
! who Is leaving for California soon to
1 make her home.
Five hundred furnished the enter-
tainjnent for the evening. A buff t
luncheon was served by the hostess
issistcd by her mother and M Us Mah- i
LA VON WOOD HAS
A pleasant surprise was given to
Miss iavon Wood. Wednesday eve
ning, December 27, at her home, 842
Twenty-seventh street, by n number
of her friends.
Tho house was decorated with
Christmas suggestions and mistletoe.
After playing games a decllclous
I luncheon Was served to tht following
guasts Misses Ruth Burton. Cnrma
Thatcher, W'lnonn Burrows. V, a
. si-reeves Millie Blfldulph. Winifred
Child, l-av n Wood, Messrs Vernon
Wallls. lvawrenct Van Dyke. Blaiis
ilnsdaie. Rulon Doxey, Vernon Purdy,
Bill Terry. Frank Chamberlain.
. . n
MRS. SHERWOOD JAY GEE, who until hr marriage Thursday evening was Miss Lois
Williams. Mrs. Gee is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Williams of 2585 Quincy I
GUEST AT SURPRISE
i no of tho most enjoyable parties
of the holidays was the surprise party,
for Bliss Valate Pickett at her home,
566 Thirty-first street, Thursday eve
ning in honor of her birthday anni
versary. Christmas colors formed the decora
tions. Mu.sb and games furnished en
tertainment for the evening the prl.'
being awarded to Clyde Anderson.
At 11 o'clock a. delicious two-course'
luncheon was served by Mrs. Dave (I.
PlCkett, assisted by Miss Ra Piokettj
and Miss Plorem e Browning.
The guests in luded Misses V '.late
Btephens, Leah Anderson. Luolln An
derson. Florence Sawyer. Loretta Call,
I icn-ne I'l. kett . Livuii I 'i i.. -t i.et ,
Evans. Virginia Brown Florence
Browning, Mae Pickett, the guest of
honor and Messrs, Clarence Clark, j
Vasco Iaub Orren Evans, Edward
Llnderman. Reynold Rosevoar. Frank
Sawyer Clyde Anderson, Rulon Doxey
Svlvan Warner, Quenton i'.cki tt and
Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Pickett.
AT BRISTOL HOME
At their home, 2480 Van Buron
avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E Bristol
entertained at a family dinner Chrid
The table was centered by ;i large
I Santa Claus and at either end were
I mounds of snow material between
'the mounds and the center of the table
! were miniature children on sleds.
Small pine trees were scattered about
In the snow among with ChrlstmSs
Covers were laid for. Mr and Mrs
! CA Day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C
! Day of Bngham City, Cbapln A. Day
ill. Harold C Day. Mrs Dixie Rll.y.
! Dee Jansen, Cbapln Day Bristol anil
i Betty Bristol.
HOSTESS AT PARTY
Fifteen guests were entertained by
Miss Adelaide smith Wednesday e've-
Inlng at her home, '.'543 Madison ave
Inue. Dancing and games wero the
I entertainment features.
I Luncheon was served, a color
scheme In red being carried out In the
I tabic decorations. Candy animals
were favors and placecards suggestive
i of the season, were laid.
The quests included Helen Wothor
spoon, Marian MattSOU, Ruth PHshcr,
Kathcrlno Beck. Anna Morrison, Mary
IsIcBride Harry Rlehardton. Frank
Francis, James Mc"artv. Gilbert Beck.
George Coolldge. Hilly Gonnoll Jack
Qullllnun anrl 'an Tanner
The hostess was iisMlsteil bvv her sis
ter Mies Madeline Smith.
at surprise party
A pleasant surprise was given Mrs
Wilburn Sanders at her home, G36
Twenty-ninth Street, Wednesday eve
ning. At 11:30 a buffet luncheon was
served. Games were enjoyed during
Those present were Mr .and Mrs.
.Tames II. Join s. Mr. and Mrs. William
T Salt Mr and Mrs. Jack Drew. Mr.
and Mrs. David Pickett, Bishop and
Mrs. W. O. Ridges, Mr. and Mis.
Thomas Evans. Mr. and Mrs. William
Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. John Kuns, Mr.
and Mrs. John Champneys, Mr. and
Mrs. George Falk, Mrs Jcsle Davis,
Mi7 Alonso Jones. Mnthew Dlnsdale,
Mis. Joseph Parson, Mrs. I. out.- Boed
er, Mr. and Mrs Eugene Jones Os
car Keeter .Mr. .and Mrs Mark L.
park- r, Tho out-of-town guests were
lr. and Mrs John Naisbitt and Mr.
and Mrs. Edward penman of Hooper
A delightful hostess was Miss Kath- i
crlne Krauss, whan she nti rtalned
the mpmbers of th- Chlnwahn club.
Wednesday evening it the home of her ;
parents, Mr. and Mrs P. C. Krauss.
2 i ii Twent) -thitrd street.
Entertainment for the evening were
games and cards. A supper was serv- I
ed at a late hour
Miss Mary Clements and Miss Alice
(ilmlin were special guests. The mem
bers present were Mis.-; Dorthy Bren
nnu Mi.hs Bn nt Deimody, MP s Dor
Othy Kaplan. Ml-s Virginia Kaplan,
MiSS Man 1ft Wood. Miss Mary l.oulse
MatrinnlK. Mi .s Katherno McCool and
Miss Ruth McBrlde.
FORTY ARE PRESENT
AT COASTING PARTY
I Forty guests were entertained at
coasting party Thursday evening by.
I Miss Esther Taylor. Among tho 1
guests wero many members of the ;
I Intermediate Christian Endeavor so-1
clety Of the First Presbyterian church
Following two hours of coasting thej
I guests were taken to the home o.
.Miss Taylor at l'-'U Twenty-fifth
Street and were served hot chill.
WILL GIVE PROGRAM
I Sliver Review. No. l. W. B. A., will j
have annual installation of officers on
Wednesday evening. January 23. In
the W O. W hall. All members, their
'friends nnd the general public are
j invited to attend Following the cere
monies of installation, th. re will be
LMl&'. . HWil
MISS -BERNE GIVES
Miss Erica Berne entertained at a
sleeping party Tuesday afternoon, fol
lowed by refreshments at her home
in Ogden canyon.
Tho hostess' mother, Mrs. Frederick
A. Berne, and Mrs W. H. Shearman
chaperoned the party.
Among the guests were Cecil MC-
; Donald. Dorothy Gibson. Elinor Stev
ens, Margaret Stevens. Evelyn Thomas,
Helen Grace. Kathcrlno Fleming.
Louise Browning. Lucy King, Ma. -
IJorle Roscoe, Mary Roscoe. Martha.
j Wright. Agnes Berne. Ethel Berne.
' Billy Gunm-n, Bryant Taggaft, Jake
I Reynolds, Frederick Weeks, Scott
Kellogg. Sidney Badcon. Sterling St O
vllle. Keith Wllsou, Alvln Donaldsoa
! and Sidney Norton.
N STAYNER HOMEl
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Stuyner of
,416 Boventei nth street entertained the
.members of their club at a dancing I
party Friday evening.
Christmas decorations adorned the
home. At a late hour Santu Claus i
opened and distributed gifts to tho
guests. 1'Vi'reshments were served.
Present were Mr. and Mr-. All rid E. 1
Stratford, .vir. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. !
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, Mr and Mrs. j
(Lionel B. Fair, Mr. and Mrs. Vearl
M ..Adams. Mr. and Mrs. T Ed Thom
as. Mr. and Mrs I- K. Wardb-lgh, Mr
and Mrs. Alfred Ashton, Mr und Mrs.
W. S. Wright, and Mr. nnd Mis. Urlof
SALT LAKL PEOPLE
GUESTS AT DINNER
.Mr and Mrs O. H Mohlman en- j
tertalnod at a turkej dinner In honor
of Mr. and Mrs J. S. Morgan of Salt)
Lake, at their homo Christmas day.
The rooms were very prettily deco
rated with red and green paper, holly
and other Christmas suggestions.
The guests attended tho danco at
the Berthana following tho dinner I
Present were Mr. and .Mrs. J. S. Mo-. - i
i;:m. Mr and .Mrs. Frank ZwalfCl, Mr.
and Mrs. . II. Mohlman, Mrs. Alice
Dudler, Miss Katlieilne Johnson, the
Misses Margaret and Helen Mohlman,
Forrest Mohlman and Paul Evans and
Jack Bennett Of Salt Lake
In honor fit her .sixth birthday an
niversary, MiSS Lora Turnqulst enter
tained the following guests at a party
recently: Isahellc Dunn. Lucille Dunn.
Rozeiia Larsep, Nervlna Stewart,
Beverly Macadams, Beverly Hail,
Lucille Smuln. Dorothy Monahan.
U, en S' "It, Terry Scott. Helen Ship
Icy. Chester GfiigeO, ShlrJy Turnqulst.
Dolores Roland and Mildred l'.-rry.
.Many Brilliant EyGnts in
gden Mark Free 1 ays
Many notable affairs were given
during the past few days Including
dancing parties and luncheon and din- II
Tho dinner and dancing pnrty given H
by Mr. and Mrs. J. T Rushmer In
compliment to their son Lawrence ,
Who is home from the University of
California to spend the liolidays, an I
their guest. Miss Kllznbeth Forw.'.r 1 i
: of Berkeley. Cal., Friday evening,
stands out as one of the most bril
liant. At the Rushmer home 254T Adams K
avenue, the guests were first enter- n
tained nt a dinner Present were B
Chester Hess. Miss Ann Chaffln.
Prank Ptngree Miss Francis, William
Bowman. Miss Louise Fisher, Stanl-y k
Blchselj Mls.i Blanch Browning, Fra'i- K
cis Wood, Miss Hope Fox, Rnlph Nye, 1
Miss Ida Scowcroft. and the guests
I of honor
Holiday suggestions were used for
the rooms and the dinner table.
The guests were taken to the Weber
club following the dinner where the If
and others enjoved a dancing partv.
OPKNS PART STRIPS.
A1 delightful party, the first of x I
-' ries to be given during the winter,
was given at the J. T. Hurst horn. .
117 3 Twenty-fifth street. Saturd ty
evenlng. The house was artistlcaM'
decorated with Christmas colors anl
suggestions. A buffet luncheon vv.i ;
served during the course of the eve
ning. Miss Betty Hurst and MISS
Kate Fenton were the hostesses.
The guests Included Misses Nell j
Drlggs, Ella McCain. Hope Fox. Heleu
Mills. Marlon Mills, Catherine Sh'
flebarger, Rosa Mosteller, Mary Hur ,
I Florence Turner. Myrene Rich, Lou
ise Fl3hcr. Llizabeth Forward. Flor
ence Bennett. Mrs. Frank M Drlggs
;.nd Mrs F N. Hess and Messrs Louia
Miller Weston Bird. Marcus Matson.
Philip Ring. Carl Lltzenbcrg, William
Cox, Ralph Nye. Ch-ster Hess, Ken- II
neth Hess. Lawrence Rushmer. Ken- n
I neth Palmer. Vernon Matson. Heber iffj
Piaasey and Gilbert Walberg.
J The second dancing party In tho lni
series will be Klven this evening it
the Hurst home hy the same hostesses.
Invlt-tlons have been extended to jiT
Misses irglnia Scowcroft. Dorothv
Scowcroft, Bonlta Scowcroft. Marian j
Cane, Patricia Healy. Myrene Rich.
Marian Eccles. Sherma Hendershot.
Nell Drlggs. Rosa. Mosteller. Mary jL
llurst. Beatrice Browning. lrglnla
I Green. Blanche Barton. Ella MCCat i
I and Messrs. Allison Skeen. Marcui
Child. Clyde Miller. Robert Brad.
Ijimmle Farnswurth. Frank Sullivan,
Herbert Adams, Marcus Matson, Ja:
Qampon, Frank Brady. Vernon Mat-
1 son, Theron Jost, Fred Chez. Wilfor l
: Moench, J.ouls Miller. Philip Riug
and William Cox.
An Interesting afair was the danc
ing party given at the A. L. Scovllbi
home, oil Twenty-sixth street. Wed
nesday evening. Tha hosts and hos
tesses were Rosemary Scovlllo. Ster
ling Scovllle, Marlon L're and Jim
I Pre. The guests numbered P0. Col
I ore.J lights were hung about room-
i which were beautifully decorated in
! Yule tide fashion. Dancing was tho
main diversion of the evening but "" ,
i games were also enjoyed Refresh- '
I mcnts wore served.
Another noteworthy event was tho
supper und dauc-lng purty at which '
! Mrs II M. Rovve ent- rtalned Thurs
day evening at her home. 2;"jj Ecclej
I a- . hue, In compliment to her sister.
Miss Lorlne Tavey ot Blackfoot. Ida
who Is spending the holidays in Og
Suppi r was served at 7 o'clock at
a charmingly decorated table.
Among those present wero Mr. and
I Mrs. L. T Dee. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher
i Scowcroft. Miss Inez Scowcroft. Miss
! Ada Chllds. Miss Blanche Browning
J Mlis Ann Chaffin. Miss Florence
i Dunn. Mr Falnc of Logan. Wllford
Moench. Ralph Gwllllams, Stanley
j BlChsel, Paul Wattls and George E?
, cles, In addition to the host and hos
j less jind the guest of honor.
I Sixty-five guests were present at
the dancing party given at the Vir-
gin la by Mrs. Kathcrlno Shufflebar
mr Thursday evening The rooms
W r.- brightly decorated in holiday col
IN SCOWCROFT HOME.
Misses Blanche and Lucille Scow
croft entertained at a dancing party
Friday evening at their homo on Mon
! roe avenue and Twenty-fourth street.
' Balloons and serpentine wero given
j as favors. A buffet luncheon was
served at a late hour to 60 guests
, William West of Logan was the out
; of town guest.
A New Year's eve party will be I
given this evening at the w. s. Chces- 1
man home. L'555 Jefferson avenuo.
with Mr und Mrs. Chessman and Mr'
and Mrs. S M Scott. Jr. as hosts anl
; hostesses. A buffet luncheon will be
served at midnight Invitations have
I been extended to about 60 guests An
or nostra Will be present during tho
AT OYSTER SUPPER
At her home in Plain City, Ml
Roma Knlcht entertained a number of
her friends Tuesday evening at an
Christmas colors beautifully deco
r;i'''1 !h" rooms and a miniature
Christmas tn-.- formed the center-pie.-.-
or the dlnlnp table.
Ganu-j and dancing formed the en
Jovmont for the evening and the
oyster supper was served at a late
hour. Miss Knight was nsistp,i !n
serving by her sister. Mrs Spencer