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II SOCIETY I
I PARTY AT
J. C, MURPHY HOME
Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Murphy will . int" r
4aln nt a watch party this iwiung ut
their hm', 1121 Adams avenue.
, A hot supper will be served .a mld
nlfflit Rosea and carnation will dec
olrntn the rooms and table.
Invitations have been extended to
the following: Mr. and Mrs. Acme
Collins, Mr. and Mr, .lol.n Sum:!' ;,
Mr and Mrs. Leo Thlnni- Ifj
tfrn. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Maple,
Mr. and Mrs. John Green. I-yb Mur
jfiiy, Miss Harbarn Murphv. Mrs I onfl
Sreece, and Mr. and Mrs. V . yen
I j Twelve little guests were entertains 1 j
fm Mrs. O. A. Ogden Saturday .ifter
HoOD, nercmber 23. In honor of the,
rtilr.l tdrthdav anni eran ry of her i
iaurhter. Mildred. 1 tnnt gaiivs
ior which prUca were awurded were.
Uljtycd -md furnished tin- entertain
ment for the afternoon. A beautifully
Decorated Christmas tree, occupied on'
corner of the dining room and rc l
ind nreen decoration were USX d
Eproughout the room and for table
Itfecoratlons. Dolloloua lunoheon wa.i
Sgrvrd Small baskets filled with candy
Were at each place and given to th"
little guests as favors. The hostees
Yeeel ed some very pretty gifts. The
Jfpllowlng attended the party Blanch
Timd Ruth .Sorenson. Kb-an Bmith,
pfloyd Fisher. Edna and Dorothy Wll
fnims, Francis Wade. Nelda and Jackie
Jrjalcs, Viola Ogden and Orl.-.m Ses
sions. Mrs Andrew Clark entertained at a
i o'clock luncheon (Friday afternoon,
fft honor of her mother, Mrs A. T.
BcCanne, at her new home, 272.1
Mrlnker avenue. Covers were laid for
,12 piK.iis Red fundi' s, nr n fe -lis
,find white narcalaeis decorated the
iouius and luncheon tamle. Mrs. Clark
Mas asalsted by Mrs. Henry Jv Vol
knr .md Mss Nell Drlggs.
Mi' K. P: 31111s entertained lnfor
jfially Saturday afternoon at Iter
5onie. 2G13 Mudlson avenue. Light
lRS OLLIE RH IDES, tor
,.11 vi. 1 1 Miss ESthfl McEntiro,
i whose marriage took place last
week in Ogden. Ford Studio
Ifffreshmenta wero served to 16
raeatg. Holiday decorations were
tised. Mr.-.. Mills was asalsted by her
wc daughters, Helen and Marlon.
Mr and His. x. i,. Cummlnga of
ar PiegO, Cu!.. are spending the holi
days In ogden with Mrs. Cummlnga'
parent. Mr. and Mrs. J M. Brown
ing. ;Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Swaner of Salt
L&ke spent las-t week-end and Christ
mas day here with Mrs. Swaner's par
unts, Mr .and Mrs. Joseph SOQWCroftJ
;Earl Bdnap, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Vyrum Belnap, Is home for the holi
days from the Univ. rait- .f 111
where he Is studying medicine.
Mr and Mrs. John G H ywood
and small daughter, Nancy, of . n
ri.inci. co. arc spending the holi ;
it h Mr Htywood'i parent, Mr, and
Mrs. Abbott R. Hcywood.
Mr nnd Mrs. Leroy B. Vouns: and
I daughters, Betty and Ruth of Brig
ham City, spent Christmas In Ogden
with Dr. and Mrs D W. Hi nd. r.-ion.
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Miller and
son, Jack, spent Christmas in Brlgham
Mrs. J. F. Flinders Is spending the
holidays In southern Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shore will
leave soon for California to spend tha
remainder of the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Day left Wed
nesday for Los Angeles and Sailed Sat
urday from Los Angeles for Honolulu,
to spend the remainder of the winter
at their winter home, "Ilaleakala."
I - . ' ZaBmHBMmBHBM'
They were accompanied to Honolulu
by Mrs. tborgo E. Maulv of Ogden.
Louis Falck of Lognn spent the
Iiolldays with bin parenix, Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Falck. of J1S1 Twenty
Mr. nnd Mrs. Depuo Falck and
daughter. Betty have one to Wash
ington, O. C. where tboy will remain
thf rent of the winter. They lm -been
In Ogden ninci May Mr. Fah U
lias been doing field work in Ftah
and adjoining state, being employed
as reologbul surveyor tor the depart
rnent of the Inu rtor.
IfiM Vilata Stewart, Miss Zola Wal
work and Kenneth Stewart are syv;ir
in; the holidays in Los Angeles with
Mr;. Myrtle Nymcyer, a sister of Ml.is
and Mr. stewurt. Mrs. Nymt yer w i
formerly a resident of Ogden.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Browning wont
to Salt Ivke Wednesday evening to at
j t-nd the dancing party glvr-n by Mr.
land Mrs Geor'.' V. Bead at the
; Hotel Utah.
" " -
MlSS Louise Vogeler of Salt Lake is
the guest or Miss Trude Turner during I
! the ("lirlstmas holidays. ,
Mr and Mrs ft, Wright and three
j small daughters left Wednesday ove- ;
J nlng for their homo in Twin FallJ.
Ids . after visiting Mrs. Wright's par
' ents, Br. and Mrs. R. C. Rich.
Lee JenBen left Wednesday for
Elko, NOV., following a weeks visit
j horo as the guest of Mr. and Mrs
Ralph E. Bristol.
Misses Bylva and Hannah Dee arc '
spending the holidays in Los Angule'
with their alstor, Mrs. Mary D. Arm-,
Miss PaUIOl Healy, who is home
I from Mt Vernon seinlnarv. Washing-
ton. D. C. for the hollday., waa the!
! guest of honor nt a dinner given Sat-I
urdav evening by Major am1 Mia. Our- I
I ney at Fort Douglas. Salt Like.
CISs Aura Llennett of Logan former-'
. lv of tills city, is spending the holidays I
I in ( "g.len, the guest of Mlso Adelaide
Mrs George A. Whltmeyer was aui -
j prised by 12 of her friends Wednesday
afternoon at her home, 2f82 Fow- j
ler avenue. The party was In the na- j
iur- of a housewarming and Mrs.
Whltmeyer was presented with n paim
and Jardlnere by the gueMs. Cards
Were enjoyed during the afternoon, af-
iei wiulii u iiinciieon was tervea.
Misses Florence Singleton and Thei
ma Taylui, prssldentS of the l c
S. G. class, entertained the members
at a delightful party Thursday eve
ning at the home of M!ss Singleton In
Plain City. The evening was pen
with games and music. A number of
solo dances were given by Miss Mable
Knight At u lute hopr D delicious
luncheon was served by the hostess ti
the following members; Misses Leon. i
Lund, Ivy Skeen, Irene Lund, Llla
Coy, LaV rna Ttavls, Adora Wheeler,
Clyde Lund. Mable Knight Mrs. Rill
I'almer and Mrs. Bertha W atln irston
Mrs. J. H. Rhine and Mrs Lucy
McCullow ot Stilt Lake will Jeue Jan
uary 2, for Indianapolis, Ind.. to at
tend the grand offlrers' convention
of the Order of Railway Conductors.
En routo they will BtOP over in Omaia
to attend a public. Installation of the
ladles' auxillury January 4.
Mr and Mrs. Roger L. Connor of
Kansas City, Mo., are here spending
the holidays with their parents. Mr,
i onnor was formerly Miss Edna Kohn
of this city.
Mlsa Margaret Wallace has re
tuineij from the L'.rlgham Young uni
versity tit PrOVO, to spend the holi
days with her parents, Mr. and .Wis
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C Day entor
I talned at a family dinner Wednesday
evening at their home in Brlgham
City, In honor of Mr Day's parents.
Mr. and Mrs Chapin A. Day. of
Ogden, who left Thursday for Hono
lulu to spend tho remainder of the
winter. Christmas decorations were
used on the table. Covers were laid
Mrs. C. E Wright of Twin Falls,
Ida., who is visiting her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. E C. Rich, during the holi
days, was the complimented guest it
a teg given Wednesday afternoon by
her sister. Mrs. Gilbert D. Moylo, ot
her homo In Cottonwood, Salt Iake.
Mrs. E. C. Rich uid Miss Gladya Rich
were Ogden guests
Mr and Mrs. J. II. Rhino went to
BvaMton, Wyo Saturday ovonlng to
lnrtnll ofli,.r nt K'ul.Unn H'V-it 41
vision. L A. to O. R C Mrs. John
Crockett and Mrs. John Booth of
Ogd,cu assisted. Following the Install i
tlon of officers a ranquet was served
to the members and their husbands.
Miss Erma Renstrom, former
student of the Weber Normal college,
who has been visiting friends In the
city, has returned to Sclplo. Utah,
where she Is teaching school.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph- Scowcroft en-
r: Ined at a family dinner Christ
mas day at their home, 533 Twenty
sixth street Covers were laid for 11
Mr. and Mrs O. K. MeMUtlep and
daughter, Jo oe, of salt Lake, spent
Christmas day here with Mra. M,-
H START THE NEW YEAR .Tv
For a long time you have been
FHACTIC and have bei '
i ising thai rwf HrH
PRACTOR the jB VK WtWh
condition of your Splm iclay W 9Bmm ssaaK
no longer. That "SOME nAV" ' .V wSW
H is Today, right at the comm. nee- r
UK'iit ul the New Vtar A to
your Chiropractor now will prob
ably ad .
l pa;n during the coii.ln: sswHr;
1 Lady Chiropractor -'wV I
Palmer Graduate r
H 505-6 Firet National Dank Bldg.
Office Houro; 10 to 12, 2 to 6:30 Se'
It - f
MRS. ALVIN BROWN, formerly Miss Elva B. Burton,
who was married at the home of Bishop ML B. Rich
ardson. Saturday, December 23. Mrs Brown is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Burton of 2037 Liberty
"t j-,.ij ''G'&iime'- W'' dSzagEi 4Bg atl
p - " fy- ,
Mullen'3 parents. Mr and Mrs. I. N.
MIhs Mary Weber of Clinton, la , I
la visiting hor sister In Ogden. Mrs
J. C. Murphy, of 2 6 21 Adams avenue.)
She will spend tho winter here,
Mr. and Mrs. V Cheney of Salt1
Lake, are the jjue.sLs of Mr and Mrs.!
Fred E. Williams.
Mrs. Franklyn J. Ryder has as her'
guest. MtM Margaret Costley of St. j
Anthony, Idaho. J
A Japanese dance was nlvcn hy the
Mutual Improvement association ot
tho Second ward Friday evening In
the ward amusement hall. Refresh
ments were served.
The memhors of the C E. O. club
surprised Mrs. Qeorgs Miller at the
home of her son. George W. Miller.
2965 Adams avenue, Thursday. Mrs.
Miller lg here from Brlgham visiting
with hor son Music and games fur
nished tho entertainment. Refresh
ments W0re served
Mrs. II. W. Stein entertained tho
members of her bridge club Thursday
ufternoon at her home In the Hrown
Ing apartments. Mrs Henry Sepplch
received tin: prize Seasonal decora
tions were used throughout the houje.
The City Federation of Women's
clubs will meet Tuesday at 3 o'clock
at the senior high school.
Tho Drama club will meet at ?he
hoinoof Mrs. W- II Wattls. Saturday.
January 6. with Mrs. Mark F.rown
and Miss Lillian O'Neill as hostesses
The program will be In charge of
Mrs. I'lilllp Warren Knisely and will
consist of tho following:
' Growth of the Marionettes," Illus
trated by piano and a semi-puppet
play by Mrs. Philip Knisely.
"The To Symphony and the Chil
dren d Fiir" (Haydn- and "Funeral
March of the Marionettes" (Gounod )
Mrs. Carrie Drowning Olsen at the
"Manikin and Minikin." a rhythmi
cal pantomimic drama (Alfred Kieym
borg.) Manikin Emma Paine King,
and Mlnlkln Lillian O'Neill.
Mrs. Lester S. Corey entertained
the members of her five hundred club
at her home. 1364 Twenty-fifth street.
Thursday afternoon, at five tables.
Following tho games refreshments
were served on the card tables. Red
carnations and mountain laurel were
used to decorate the rooms and tabk-s.
Mrs. Corey was assisted in serving ny
her daughter. Miss Evelyn Corey and
Mrs. George S. Glen. Tho club will
be entertained by Mrs, J. II. Cooper,
Thursday, January 11, at the Mary
Past Matron clrclo. O. E. S.. will
meet Wednesday . Fternoon at 3
o'clock In the Masonic temple. Mrs.
Margaret Craven and Mrs. Hattle
Konold will be hostesses.
Women's Christian Temperance j
unlrn will meet Wednesday afternoon I
r.t (1 1,..,... ..f Mr. t3 a r.riM,,.-r I
2j7l 1' I. aenue, at 2.30 o'clock.
ladles' auxiliary to Engines. Di
vision 237, will entertain the engin
eers and their families New Year's
night at the Moose hall, beginning at.
Tho Knights of Macabees of Sliver i
Tent No. 1 stand sixth In the Fnlted
gtates and Canada In admission of
new members for the year of 1922.
Undl r tho leadership of the state or
I ganlzcr. J L. Stratton. Commander
O. W. Kceter and other officers and j
I members of Sliver Tent No. 1. have
had a prosperous year and have given )
several dances and card parties ,whloh
were deemed successful. A dancing j
party will open the now year. Monday
evening, January 1. at the W. . V
Mrs. Fera 8. Young entertained ftt
two tables of cards Thursday evening
at hor home. 93S Twenty-seventh ,
Members of the Twelfth ward Relief ,
society gave a dance at the ward hail
Thursday t wnlng Refreshments wore
An enjoyable time was had at .h.
married folks' danco given at ih
Ninth ward umusemcnt hall. undr
the auspices of the Relief society i
Thursday evening. R 'r shoientl K
Sego Lily Circle. 174. Neighbors
of Woodcraft, will hold Its annual In- j
stallatlon of officers in the Woodman
of the World hall, Saturday evening,
I January 6. Tho installing offlcor,
I Mao Yatea, will be assisted by the
captain. Sarah Eayrs anil guards will j
conduct the ceremonies ot tlic evening.
A banquet will bo seined before the
circle convenes, promptly at 6 o'clock.
All Neighbors aro welcome
The Woodmen of the World enter
tained at a children's party Christ-
mas day in the W. O. W. hall. Gifts
I wcro distributed among the children
from a large Christmas tree, a;t.-r
iwhlch dancing waa enjoyed. Music
' was furnished by the Foul pfahestra
i More than 600 were present
j Mrs R W McGlnnis will be hos
tess to the ladles of St. Joseph's Sew
ing society Thursday ait. rriw..n In St
Joseph's hall. A full attendance Is
requested as the election uf officers
will be held.
Members of tho M. D. O. Sewing
club were entertained Thursday, 1 u
cembor 28, by Mr. Kl K i der. at her
home. 464 Twenty-ninth street f'm-
nations ami ferns formed the center
I piece for the luncheon t iblfl 00V n
j.imi i ii i vin.- iuii(wing. in,
I Orson Williams, Mrs Harry Wright,
Mrs. l.in Kelleher. Mrs Alex Schott,
I Mrs. Ed Morris. Mis. i..i,. l,Kht-
nor. Mrs. Eugene p. Thlnnes. Mn.
'Frank Smith and Mrs Javk Riohey,
Following the kcnslngton music was
Ogden circle No. 581. Neighbors of
if Grown People
who are ruodcrvvn in vitality
and out of sorts, would but
realize the atierith-restoring
power of rich, nourishinjj
they would not dream of
doing without its
iSgX health-building beno
Yf At Rick in vita-
II A mine$, Scott's has
V helped thousand
achieve ttrength of body.
Swa a Ben, Bwaiin v. j. a-m
PAYS BIG FINE
"I always thought if the doctors
couldn't help my stomach and liver
troublo, nobody else could. It h is
cost me nine hundred dollars and I
have paid my fine it remained for
.Mr'a Wonderful Remedy to do tho
trick. I have been In the best of
i; alth since taklug It more than a
year ago." It Is a simple, harmless
preparation that removes the catarrhal
mucus from the Intestinal traet and
allays the Inflammation whleh causes
practically all stomach, liver and In
testinai ailments, including appendi
C)tlf. t ne .J., . v. eon', i n ' .r
money refunded Fur sale A It.
M. Intyro Drug Co. and druggists
ev er w here. ertlicmc nt.
Active Women Keep
Good Looks Longest
Feminists Take Lesson From Sarah Bernhardt and
Conclude That "Doing Things" Is Best Way
of Retaining Youth and Beauty
Dy CAIIOIA V ( I,
spooinl 0osreapop4esi1 .f The stan.i-anl-
Copyright. I Ml, by Tho Standard
WASHINGTON. Dec. 30. The fem
inists of Washington this week havo
been preaching the gospel of Harah
I Bernhardt, Toda thy annonncd tholr
Resolve." they said, "like Sarah
Bernhardt, to "die in hainese' and you
I will retain both youth and beauty."
The feminists are out with a warn
ing, too. to th- butterfly and the para- ,
site. Those types fade earlier than
an others, say the wise womon of
Washington. Discontent soon etl h s
j ugly lines in their faces. Work ts the
one marvelous cosmetic. Ji la pers
piration that is a putcnt producer of
pulchritude, the kind that Is labelled
"sweat of the brow."
Like Mme. Hcrnhardt, the womon
who "do things" retain thel: looks and
fascination the longest. feminist
maintain. To prove tho point. It Is
claimed that the women of achlcve-
inont In America are the ones who not
only look younger than their years.
j but have a beauty that go s with :i
keen Interest in nr.
"The Life of Sarah Bernhardt," said
Mrs. Cernellua Gardner of Ihu League
;of Women Voters, "should He Inspira
tional to tho womon who dread the
shi Ivlng proees:, which thov feel Is In
evitable at middle age. An abldlrm in
terest in some kind of work will keep
.i woman looking young and feeling
"The fluctuating state of Mme.
Bernhardt'! health has been of t'r(,ot
conclusion to women 0 cry where the
I has been particularly beloved of her
sex perhaps because she was not beau
tiful. Without her dramatic gifts she
might have been called a homely wo
man Her nose, her eyes, her mouth,
v. i re not of the BCeoptod standards of
beauty. but ahe had tho power to1
Woodcraft, held Ks regular meeting in
tlie W. W hall Tuesday evening.
Following the meeting a supper w .s
served. The next regular meeting will
he heid Tuesday, January fJ. In the
V O, W hall at S p. Q1 Installation
of officers will take place, and u
banquet will be later served. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
The Women's auxiliary to Railway
Mail association will hold Its regulai
meeting at the h-me of Mrs. W- W
j McCain. 2 0 T. j i in hard avenue. Wed
Inesday, January 3. at 2:30 o'clock
This being "pound" meeting a good
attendanco Is desired. Mrs. Amll
Johnson will ho assisting hostess.
! Member.! of the Child Culture club
, will meet at the I'nlvurslty club 1 hurn
dav. January 4. at 2:30 o'clock. Mr.s
Lester Corey will be hostess A pa
per on 'National Shrines" -will be
given by Mrs. James Fowlle and cur
rent events will bo read.
,The Plain City Relief society will
i--iv, ., danc in the Plain City amuse
ment hall Wednesday evening, Janu
ary 3. Those attending are asked to
Mrs C. E afapfs entertained
members of the Mistletoe Sewing cluh
at a surprise gift party Wednesday
afternoon at her home. 2C20 Liberty
Mrs George A. Cheeketts enter
tained the members of her five bun-,
dred club at her home. 4G5 Twen
tieth street, Wednesday evening.
The meeting of the Presbyterian
cradle roll was held Wednesday at the
The Past Noble Grand club held a
Christmas party ot the home of Mrs. I
Althea Brown, 1677 Washington ave-l
nue, Thursday, December 28. Tho
members took gilts and at the meet
ing they were exchanged.
Mrs. Charles O. Mueller entertaini l
the members of her bridge club at
her home In th- Avon apartments
Members of the Mountain Home
' ub w i B entertained at a Christmas
party Thursday evening at the home,
of Mrs. Frances Huss. 2168 Adams
The monthly social of the Ogden
chapter of the American Association,
nf Engineers was held Wednesday ev-1
f-nlnp at the Weber club. Cards and,
dancing were the features of enter
tainment. More than eighty were In
A luncheon was given Saturday af
I ternoon at the Weber i lub for the
i members of the Historical society and
'guests. Mrs. George H Matson. Mrs
W J Allison, Mrs. Florence Meyer
(and Mrs. A. A WJiltley were hos
tesses. The S- C. club members were en
tertained Friday afternoon at the
hme of Mrs. L. L. Deardorff. 375b
M. mbers of the Sempre Musical
society will mee at the home of Mis
Mary Fisher .2369 Van Buren ave
nue, Tuesday afternoon. January 2.
Miss Fisher and Mrs. Claire Riser will
bo hostesses. Mrs. Eugene Carr will
be chairman of the afternoon.
The Junior Christian Endeavor so
ciety of the First Presbyterian church
was entertained Thursday afternoon
hv Mrs. J E. Carver in the church
parlors A larKo Christmas tree and
a spider-web party furnished the cn
t. rtulnment for the afternoon. Gifts
HrerS sxehanged by the eqlldren Re
freshments were served. Mrs. Carver
was acsist-d hy Mrs. J. A. Moffat and
Miss Crowder Eighteen members
The Arana uQ m1 at the home Of
Mrs. Edward I. Kb h on Jefferson
avenue Friday afternoon. Prof. Q. :
Oscar Ruwiell gave an interesting and1
'Instructive description of the cathad-'
; rail he had vlslt' d both In our own
country, Great Britain and Europe.
Mis Ceone ftl'h Ecc.'e played two
1 violin selections accompanied y her
1 Mst.jr. Mrs ertl fttch RUBSSjH.
1 Christmas letters to the club from
i Mrs. David . McKay and Mrs Jpe-
i ll E Wright, who are now In Eng-
i I ware reu) Mrs. Klrh's mother.
Mm, Cuazins and Mrs. ChrLs Klygrt?
an I Mrs N J Thomas were special I
ngden council No 8657. Security!
flii. (fit association, held a well-attended
meeting Tuesday evening at
t Mooso hall. A iaa of five ean
didatea wan Initiated. George W.
L)uff) of Suit ULf, who la stufo mnn-i
uKer of die noclety. was present Ana1
ssed the numbers. Mr Imffy I
I present again &t th ruetftinv
Tucjriay evening, Jaiiae-j J when
i rente tli" illusion of beauty which put
hope Into every woman's breast. And
she has shown the women of this lat
ter day that they can bo of some viae
In tho world, ever of gn at u&e. after
0, even after 70 "
"The Chinese are more advanced
than wo are In that respect." chimed
I r Vnmel Kim, a young Chinese wo
man. They do not pay mueh attention
to the Intellectual endowments of the
Chinese woman until she has ra hed
the age of 45. and then suddenly she
blossoms out as a sage. Her voice
raised In council Is equal to that of an
Amerban. The Chines believe and
not without some reason, that after a
woman has raised a family she has
become wise, for she has had the op
portunity to observe life and to medi
ate, upon It. Instead of helng shelved
at middle age In China, a woman Is
considered in her prime
But vhlle clothes play a part in
maintaining a woman's youthful spir
its. It Is ust ful work that keeps their
mind resllbnt that Is most imporant
emphasise the feminists.
one of the first women to come to
mind in this connection Is Miss Julia
Lalhrop. who was world fkmoUfl for
her Welfare work for children Miss
Lathrop does not look a day over 45
or at the most 60, and yet she Is down
In the Who's Who for all the world
to see at 0 4 vears of age.
There arc many other women of
note who have kept marvelously young
through years once thought sere and
yellow. Ida Tarbell admits to Co. Edith
Wharton proudly proclaims tho fact
that she was born In 1862. Anna Gar
land Spencer over 70. still I: lecturing
at Columbia university. Nt w York,
Alice Stono Blackwell. In the eighties.
Is active as an editor. Miss Alice Rob
ertson, campaigned for congress last
fall at 67. Ex-Senator Rebecca Folton
looked winsome in the senate for n day
and at 87. she has just accepted chair
manship of tho political committee of
the National Women's Party.
'nnother class of candidates will be
Initiated. The drill team and all oth
er members are requested to be pre.s-
. ent at the meeting Tuesday evening.
The Brlttannle association held its
annual hrltnias dinner at the home
of J G Neale. 2665 IJifayetto avo
I nue Forty guests were- present. The
I rooms wore beautifully decorated,
j Carols were .sung later. Mrs. Neale
was assisted by Mrs. Alary Knowles.
Mr. Annie Adams and Mrs. Carrie
Johnson The next regular business
1 m-'ptlng will be held at the homo of
i Mrs. H Fisher 430 Twenty-sixth
( street, Wednesday evening, January
3, at 7 30 O'clock All numbers are
Women's Relief corps will have a
special meeting Tuesday morning at
10 o'clock In the W. 0. W. hall. All
member are asked to be present
Mrs. Lee Loewensteln was hostess
to the members of her bridge club
Friday afternoon at her home. 2163
Jefferson avenue. Two tables of
bridge were played. followed by a
luncheon. Red roses nnd Christmas
colors decorated tho table
The Re-No club gave a dance Fri
day evening in the club roonif-
MUSIC AND DRAirLfO
EVANSTON, Wyo.. Dec. 30 The
pupil of Mrs. Ivar C Butts were pre
sented before an appreciative audi
ence Wednesday afternoon. Dec. 27.
at the U ! H. church
The following program was given'
Blanca Waltz Butler
Doris Waltz Holcombe
Robin's Song ffpauldlng
Idella Waltz Bales
Charms of Music Bastow
Rose Schotth h Besly
Janet Waltz Perry
Whon I'm Gone You'll Not Forget
Silver Threads Among tho Gold...
In the Gloaming Martin
Songs of Spring .
Scottish Bank March
Reading "All Nuturo Is Music"..
II Trovatore (From Verdi's Grand
Duet Evening Bells
Fannie Spencer. Rita Spencer.
Life of Mendelssohn
Virginia Howard. Artell Peart.
Canzone Amorosa Ncvln
Dance of the Flowers Demorest I
rmot Ocean by Moonlight. , .Haven
Lucille Starkey. Kathcrlne
Ripples of Pacific Hayes
Dying Poet Gottschalk
Old Oaken Bucket Variations . .
RRIGMAM CITY. Dec. 30. Rlch
nrd Fife and Mlsa Mirlum Wl 1 1 m JSOrS
united In marriage Thursday after
noon at the home of the groom's par
ent. Mr. and Mrs Win. J. Fife. In
the presence of the Immediate fami
lies only, tha ceremony being per
formed by Bishop J. A Flshhurn
The rooms were decorated In holiday
colors and after tha ceremony d
llclous wedding dinner was served at
one long table ir.ttred with a crys- ,
tal basket filled with holly. The bride
ts the charming daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C F Wells. Jr.. and the jrroom
la the on of Mr and Mr. Wm. J.
Fife of this city.
Parker Ward delightfully enter
tulned a few friends ut tt Chrlstmm
part) at th home of his parents. Mr. I,
and Mra. O H Wurd of Wlllard. Wea
nesday evening. Tho rooms were ar
ttettcally decorated In Christmas col
ors, gray festoon- and Irells being sus
pended from the chandeliers, (lames
and musical numbers were the fea
tures of the evening's entertainment.
A delicious ban'i1" wa served at on
long tab'. with -o e rs laid for twelve
(umu. Potted plant and holly cen
tered the table with lighted randies W
In silver candlesticks on either end M
The Misses Alta Anderson. Elnora I
Hatch and Edvenla .Ieppon were 1
tenses at a progressive supper 11
Wednesday evening The first course I
was .served at the homo of Miss Jepp- H
son, also a lively drawing contestil
which provided much merriment as l
OUples secured q vv partners, and ! B
proceeded to the home of Miaa An-fl I
dorson, where another course wna
iserved and musical numbers enjoyed. I
Vft- r .no i. Ii.r c hange ,.f Pirtners ,
th party enjoye the last course at I
the home of Miss Hatch Miss Ma mi II
Puffin nnd Miss Hatch entertained J
with musical numbers. Twelve guests "
participated jn tho entertainment
Miss JuanlU Davis w as iuMeN!, ;,t '
card parti Wednatday evening at
the liono of her parents. Mr, nnd Mrs j
Parley Davis. The rooms w.-ro beat,-! I
tlfulK decorated ,n Chrlstmua eolor
lAt the end of the r.m! game a dainty'
trnv luncheon was served to twelve
New offlrers. as follows, were elect-i
.ed to fostei the Interests of the Eehol
Male Chin , j , r, j,. ,. S ll rf.
cently: Director. E. D. Mann: man
HKer, Dr. Ezra Waddoups; socretarv
U m 1 1 Griffiths; pub, itv mar, t"
B Marshall. The rhorun jH rim
hard on several numbers to be ren
,dered at a con- . rt to he K,v..n ,
'' 'ai u Ion tb- La. II. s' i -horus of
Smlthfleld will pay a return engage-in-
The Box Elder Commercial clubffli
nns made nil arrangement f. r o,0 M
big h ouse-warming program to mt
carried out next Mondav ut tne . lublfl
rooms. The club rooms will be openedgfi
l i p m an(j Seoretary v Caiia
Will be 'her-, to gr ' ich guest andBi
ClUb men-.ber. Refreshm -ntn will iH
H' 1 "' ''rem 1 until l u ,. -1,,, n,(
iCard game, ! I, l.ililar.l .. u .... , i-
gar and free refreshments, n idlng I
1 ' ' " ' 1 ' " n' ' " ' . n.l musical entertain- I
menus of nil kinds will k - :-,;,.stl
Well occupied during the afternoon. ii
The Rev and Mrs. C. E Fovvb-r II
w r. host ami I, .-.i, s , llt ,n-,.ttllv I ,
arranged Christmas dinner at th-ir II
horn, Mon.bis ev ntrig In cuniplinu-nt II
Vll-s Ma.y Inn B irn-s. A color 1
s. h me of Ki - en an.) re. I was , irrled I
out and covers were laid for sis. j'
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ward of Wll-U
lard entertained at a dollclous I hnst- I
mai diner Mondaj evening at their 1
I hOmt- A crystal basket filled wlih ii
holly centered the table and covers f
Were laid for the following out of (1
town guehts Dr and Mm William T Ir
' '' ' Ir and Mr,'
Byron L. Wright of (.gd-n. Mr. and J
Mr.- fjeorgo A. Ward of Logan, and
utprney md Ifra Wm j. uw of I
, this city. !1
Mrs P J iursen was the recipient
i asant surprise party at her I
home Friday evening. Th- occasion 1
I- her 4 7th flrthday anniversary. 1
jUamc, and dancing were the features I
io- uvnings entertainment. A
h.irit three-course lum h. on was
erved to thirty-two guests. The
party was arranged by Mrs n 8
"'"'i' un, Mr Karl Larsen. I
Mr and Mra. p J. Irsen enter-
tnln.l at dinner Monday afternoon.
Th- rooms wero attractive with holly, i
gray festoons and a teaijUful deco- I
1 ,"' '1 Chi-l-.tmas tr. . I'hrlstmas col
ors were used very effectively for tlui
t:i'le deciratlons and a .sumptuous j
lurk,-;, dinn.u was serv-d to slxty-ftve j
guests. Those from out ot town In
eluded Mr an. Mrs I. K. Rich of
Ogden, Mr and Mrs. Charles Stratton
' 'I'- Slid.-, an. I .Mra Mar;.. Hd
hum of Para lis.
TO THE TRAFFIC OOP,
By Bnyton Bndey.
Di it ' ifficer i understand
Bow much you aid th- motor traffic, 1
I honor your uplifted hand j
And all .our .signal-, clear and S
I raphlc. ii
no means do I h .'.l you cheap; I
Without you traMio's always tangled,
I value much the way yoq keep h
Pedi r ins from getting mangled. E
But when I read your signals wrong, j )
As one Will dO 'in Horn- occasion,
Von needn't mako voiir voles so I
I . i roj to mild persuasion.
If I am reckless, you may about.
No doubt that carries mora con- I
v i. Hon; t
But why so hoarsely bawl ma out
l"oi ever) minor (! reliction?
I don't intend to break the law, jj
And If I do you can arrest ms. (
But otherwise, why break your Jaw
An. .;. ma? If you will test ms i
With language moderate, though etern, l.
YOU'll find it r'-ally quite effective. II
Yes, honestly, you needn't burn o
My ears with purpo -tonud lnvectlvel
I try to do what you direct J
I recognize your legal Tightness.
And in r. turn man't I expect
Perhape little more politeness?
I'm not a crook, of wicked crimes
I um by no means a contriver;
Treat ii," with courtesy, at times.
I am, yours truly,
Any Driver. V
(Copyright. 1992, nm-:a lervtee)
Mrs. J. W. Sampson
Tells How Cuticura
Healed Her Scalp
"I was troubled for years with a
dry scalp and dandruff. There were
f small scales on my
, sculp and it itched and
d burned a great dtaL My
hair was very dry and
lifeless, and fell out
when I combed It. I be
jan ualng Cuticura Soap f
and Ointment and after
a few application! could see an lm-
provement. I continued using them
and In three months was healed "
(Sijned) Mrs. T.W. Sampson, 4705
32nd Ave. S , Seattle, Wash.
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cura Soap, Ointment and T ileum
for every-day toilet purposes. Touch
pimples and Itching, if sny. with
Cuticura Ointment bathe with Cuti
cura Soap and hot water. Dry and
dust lightly whh Cuticura Talcum,
a powder of faaclnaUng fragrance.
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