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1 - THE OGDEN STANDARD:" OGDEKUTAH, SATURDAY?" DECEMBER" 22? 1917. g
I ' MRS, CARL LINDQUIST '
(Miss Flora Belle Taylor, one of Og-
i 1 den's sweetest young ladles and for
I sometime past a teacher In the Har-
B rlsvllle public schools, was married
j I last Wednesday in the Salt Lake tem-
J pie to Carl Lindquist of Ogden, the
i wedding ceremony being performed by,
Apostle David 0. McKay. ?
I The bride Is the accomplished)
j daughter of Patriarch and Mrs. Levi
I J. Taylcr of Harrlsvllle, and Mr. Lind-
i Last Wednesday afternoon Mrs.
Katherine Shufflebarger entertained
sixteen guests at a perfectly appointed
dinner at the Virginia. Exquisite Am
fl erlcan Beauty roses in a French basr
I ket graced the center of the table. Mr.
i 1 1 and Mrs. Ernest Duffy were the honor
i i, guests and numbered among the guests
HT j present were the following from out of
L town: Mrs. D. J. Malono of Pocatello;
fl L Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Manson of
" Qmaha, Neb.; and Mr. and Mrs.
Hl ) Charles EL Jenkeuson of Salt Lake
., J 0ity-
I DONOVAN MAY NOW
, I 1 SUCCEED HUGGINS
NEW YORK, Dec. 21. William
j "Wild Bill" Donovan, manager of the
' New York American baseball club for
j the last three years, will be manager
of the St Louis National club this sea
j son, according to persistent but un
confirmed reports received today.
Miller Huggins, manager of the Car
! dinals, recently was named as Douo
1 van's successor here.
. TO BE MARRIED NEXT
(r 1 WEDNESDAY.
I , Friday evening of this week Miss
j ) ! Phebe Roberts of Layton, gave a show-
' j er party complimenting Miss Harriet
' Bone "orOgden whose marriage to Mr.
quist is tHe son of C. J. Lindquist,
and in business with his father at the
established undertaking chapel on
Mr. and Mrs. Lindquist spent the re
mainder of the week in the capital
city and will return to Ogden this eve
ing when a family dinner will be giv
en in their honor at the home of the
bride's parents on Harrisville road.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindquist vill make
their home in the Plaza apartments.
Millard of Salt Lake, will be an event
of the coming Wednesday.
Girls friends of the bride-to-be
brought Miss Bone some very pretty
Following an ?7ening of xeceptional
merriment the hostess served a tempt
N MRS. HOAG TO BE HERE.
Mrs. Ralph Hoag is expected in Og
den next week to spend the holidays
with friends. Mrs. Hoag has for the
past several months been making her
home at Pley del Rey near Los Ange
TO SPEND HOLIDAYS IN OGDEN.
Fred S. Herrlngton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Herrington, of Ogden. will
arrive home tomorrow from Stanford
university, Palo Alto, Cal. Mr. Her
rington will stay during the holidays.
MISS SADIE RITTER BECOMES
BRIDE OF CLARENCE MILLER
A patriotic color scheme prevailed at
a pretty home wedding on Wednesday
evening of this week when Miss Sadie
Ritter. attractive daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Ritler of Riverdale became
the bride of Clarence Miller.
Red, white and blue flowers and rib
bon streamers were arranged in an ar
tistic manner with American flags
I J MRS. H. LEROY MADSON )
This afternoon at 5 o'clock Miss
i ' Alice Gray, daughter of Mrs. M. A.
Gray, and Mr. H. Leroy Madson will
H be married at the home of the bride's
!' 'mother In the Peery apartments. Pres
H .ident James Wotherspoon vill per-
HJ ! 'form the ring ceremony and Miss
i 'Dorothy Madson, sister of the groom,
J will be the bridesmaid. Mr. William
Hj Greenv.'Cil will act as best man to the
The apartment In the Peery was
made attractive with tall baskets of
j .pink roses combined with ferns placed
effectively in the parlor and dining
The bride wore a chic brown velvet
suit with shoes to match and dainty
Following the ceremony a wedding
dinner was served in the dining room,
only the immediate families being
, present. The dining table was centered
! with an exquisite bouquet of pink
j roses and fern.
' Mr. and Mrs. Madson will leave on
I a short trip this evening and after
, January 1 vill be- at home to their
friends in the Peery apartments.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Madson are num
bered among this city's select society
( folk and their hos of friends wish
them happiness and proaperi'.y..
draped about the walls of the Ritter
Miss Nola Ritter, sister of the bride
was bridesmaid and Mr. Oscar Bing
ham, best man. Tho bride was pretty
in a gown fashioned of white taffeta
with silk net overdress while her
bridesmaid wore a pale blue crepe-do-chine
The wedding ceremony was witness
ed by 125 relatives and friends of tho
bride and groom and was followed by
a delightful evening of music and so
cial gayety. A feature was the delic
ious and perfectly served refresh
ments. Mrs. Ritter was assisted In en
tertaining and serving by Mrs. Moore,
Mrs. Ida Ritter. Mrs. Mattie Ritter,
Miss Hazle Bingham, Miss Tlllie
Thompson, Miss BeBsie Thompson,
MIbs Frances and Miss Gladys Ritter.
During the evening delightful niuslc
was given by the Ritter and Thompson
glee club of which the bride has been
accompanist for tho past two years.
Many pretty- gifts were tendered tho
happy pair together with sincere con
gratulations and wishes for a happy
Thursday evening of this week Mr.
Miller entertained 100 couples at a
dancing party in the Riverdale amuse
ment hall. This was a thoroughly en
joyable affair, dancing and light re
freshments being enjoyed. The hall
was very pretty in red, white and blue
decorations, American flags predomi
nating. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will make their
home in Salt Lake City.
LEAVE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Mr. and Mrs. William Larklns have
gone to San Francisco to spond Christ
mas and Now Years. Before their de
parture, Mr. and Mrs Luke Wright en
tertained in their honor at a dinner
party given Monday afternoon.
VISITING ON COAST
M. B. Linderman and family of 3336
Woodland avenue left Ogden Thursday
for California where they will visit
during the holidays.
Last Thursday in the Salt Lake tem
ple Miss Toy Skeen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lyman Skeen of Plain City
became the bride of Clyde Morsden
and on Thursday evening the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Skeen was mado attrac
tive for the wedding reception. Over
sixty guests were present at this de
lightful event and brought pretty gifts
to the bride and groom.
During the evening musical selec
tions were given and refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. Morsden will make
their home in Tayiorville.
IN SALT LAKE
Mrs. Hugh M. Rowe spent Tuesday
in Salt Lake City.
Mrs. L. T. Dee with her mother, Mrs.
Teller and sister Mrs. Helen Johnson
spent the week in Salt Lake visiting
WEDDED IN COURT HOUSE.
Justice Adam L. Peterson officiated
on Tuesday at the marriage of Miss
Elvira Jensen to Charles D. Lee. The
wedding took place in Cupid's parlor
at the court house. The principals
are residents of Salt Lake City. Miss
Gladys W. Phalan, of Richfield, and
George O'Erien, Salt Lake City, also
were married at the court house on
Tuesday. Judge A. W. Agee of the
district court, officiated.
O. H. S. GIVES SPLENDID CHRIST
' With the auditorium filled with stu
dents, parents and interested friends,
students of the music and oral expres
sion departments of the Ogden high
school presented a Christmas program
of unusual merit yesterday afternoon
beginning at 3 o'clock.
The program in its entirely follows:
(1) Musical selection, "Hungarian
Dance" 0. H. S. orchestra
(2) Reading "Alia for Rosa"
(3) Reading, "Christmas Present for
a Lady" Bertha Johnson
(4) Musical selection, "Why"
(5) Reading, "The Footpath to
Peace" Donald Gibson
(6) Reading, "Mrs. Kimball Buys
Her Husband a Xmas Present"
(7) Musical selection, "In Old Mad
rid" O II. S. chorus accompanied
(8) Dialogue, "Dickens Christmas
Carol," Roy Emniett and Phil
(9) Violin solo Charles Guernsey
(10) Vocal solo Venus Williams
(11) Music, "All Through the Night,"
O. H. S. chorus and orchestra
TO VISIT SON
Mrs. G. U. Zimmerman left Ogden
Thursday afternoon for San Diego,
Cal., where she will spend the winter
and visit her son who is at Camp
G. U. Zimmerman left Thursday
evening for Om?iia, Neb.
PLAIN CITY RED CROSS UNIT
Last Tuesday evening at Plain City
a unit of the Red Cross was organized
and Pi membership or twenty-three be
gan their bit in the big drive by means
of which the national association
hopes to add $15,000,000 to its funds
for use in connection with the war
Plain City is divided into six dis
tricts, a committee of two being dele
gated to canvass each district for ad
ditional members. The work will be
completed by Christmas evening.
Everyone being afforded an opportun
ity to join the Red Cross socletv.
BISHOP CRITCHLOW HONORED
Bishop B. C. Critchlow, venerable
and respected Utah pioneer, was given
a dinner at the Potter cafe Thursday
night by his son, John Q, Critchlow In
commemoration of his eighty-second
birthday. The dinner party was given
in the private dining room, gaily dec
orated and pleasing in every particu
lar. The guest list Included old-time
frlonds or Bishop Critchlow. They
were Mr. and Mrs. James M. Brovn,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garner, Mr. and
(Irs. Solomon C. Stephens, Mr. and
Mrs William Critchlow and Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Botle. Toasts, conversa
tion and music were the chief features
of the event.
MUSICALE AND TEA TODAY.
This afternoon at her studio, 1085
Twenty-sixth street. Miss Melba
Brookshier, teacher of piano, presented
a number of h'cr pupils In recital. A
splendid program was given by the
following: Misses Eleanor Agee,
Marian Morschead, Esther Harris,'
( Continued on Pxgo 8 )
Miriam Chapter, O. E. S.
Tho following newly-eieoted offi
cers of Miriam chapter, No. 14, O. E.
S., were graciously inntalled Wednes
day evening, December 19, in the
Masonic tomple by tho past and re
tiring worthy matrons, Anna E. Epper
son and Eunice E, Bowman:
Mrs. Margaret M. Spargo, worthy
Mr. John S. Lewis, worthy patron.
Mrs. Jonnie A. Putnam, associate
Mm. Eva F. Corey, secretary.
Mrs. Josephine McCulloch, treas
urer. Mrs. Armeda C. Roberts, conduct
ress. Mrs. Lillian Kennedy, associate con
ductress. Mrs. Ella C. Gunnell, chaplain.
Mrs. Ethel L. Corey, marshal.
Mrs. Jessie G. Barber, organisL
Miss Dana Kelly, Adah.
Mrs. Emily Davidson, Ruth.
Mrs. Frances M. Glen, Esther.
Mrs. Grace L. Howes, Martha.
Mrs. Ella B. Kanzlor, Electa.
Mrs. Leona Kirkondall, warder.
Mrs. Mary Eastman, sentinel.
As a token of love Mrs. Eunice E.
Bowman was presented with the past
matron's Jewel a beautiful symbol of
the order of the Eastern Star, bear
ing the engraved name of Miriam,
chapter. Through all the eventful
years whfch the future may enfold,
this jewel will be a reminder of her
faithful devotion to the splendid work
of this order. In presenting this
taken, Mr. Angus Kennedy, the retir
ing patron, paid a sincere tribute to
the qualities which endure, such as
are found in the chief executive of an
organization, and the membership that
supports the official head with untir
ing loyalty in the performance of her
In Miriam chapter there had been
no lack or the qualities which endure.
He spoke not of himself, but, in the
chronicle of passing events, let it be
said that from the inception of the
chapter two years ago, Mr. Kennedy
has stood like a veritable godfather,
watching over its welfare and helping
to guide it along fundamental princi
ples for the unfoldment of groater
usefulness. With thl6 in mind, an ap
preciation of his services was ex
pressed in the bestowal of a hand
some umbrella, with a glowing eulogy
by Mrs. Bowman, to which he re
sponded in a grateful recognition of
what the experience had meant to him.
After the closing ceremonies, re
freshments were served in the banquet
rooms, where Masonic husbands and
fathers joined wives and daughters in'
the social hour which follows such
Trustees for Miriam chapter, No. 14,
O. E. S., are Mrs. Anna E. Epperson,
Mrs. Eunice E. Bowman and Mr.
The next meeting of the Red Cross
unit of Miriam chapter, No. 14, O. E.
S., will be held in the Masonic club
rooms two weeks from next. Monday,
January 7, 1918, at 2 o'clock. A fine
atendance is expected.
Lutheran. Ladles' Aid.
Mrs. J. Sanders of 247 Healy avenue
was hostess to the Lutheran Ladies'
Aid society at their last meeting, Wed
nesday, December 19. A busy 'two
hours were spent and light refresh
Home Culture Club.
Mrs. J. G. Gebhart, 2621 Barlow
avenue was hostess to. the Home Cul
ture club ladies at their meeting last
The club has been doing Red Cross
work and regularly the ladies meet In
the Red Cross rooms of the Deaf and
Blind school to aid in the making of
Thursday's regular club meeting was
one of especial interest, a program of
Christmas readings being given.
"Yuletidos or Yore," was the subject
or a reading by Mrs. T. D. Johnson,
while Mrs. O. A. Parmley read, "The
Christmas Giving" and Mrs. Lloyd
"The Christmas Story."
During the social hour, the ladies of
the program committee served a re
freshing luncheon. Mrs. Markle, hon
or member of the club and Mrs. Hart
ley were guests at this meeting. Mrs.
Markle is enroute from the Pacific
coast to her home in Denver and for
the past few weeks has been visiting
with friends in Ogden where she re
sided for many years.
Congregational Red Cross Unit.
Last Tuesday evening the ladies of
the Congregational church met at the
home of Mrs. O. A. Parjnley. 830
Twenty-fifth street and organized a
unit of the Red Cross. Forty-five mem
bers were present at this first meeting
and since Tuesday over twenty-five
more have been added to the roster.
Mrs. Robert Reynolds was selected
as president and Mrs. Christenson,
The ladies of the church have been
active In Red Cross work all during
the summer and fall months, but until
now no organization has been perfect
ed. From now on these energetic wom
en will do co-operative work.
Fine Arts Club.
Members of the Fine Arts club were
to have met yesterday In the Weber
academy but postponed their meeting
bcause of the Red Cross drive. The
next meeting will be held the second
Thursday in January in the Fine Arts
room In the Weber academy.
Young Ladles of O. E. S.
Miss Cora Heath. 508 Twenty-eighth
street, was hostess to the young ladies
of Queen Esther chapter No. 4 last
Thursday evening.NSome business mat
ters were attended to and light re
freshments were served.
Mrs. Lawrence T. Deo was hostess
to her sewing club last Thursday aft
ernoon. The usual needlework was
followed by a temptingly prepared
Queen Esther Chapter Officers.
At the Masonic temple last evening
occurred thol nstallation of officers of
Queen Esther chapter, Order of East
ern Star, for the coming year. Mrs.
Gertrude Dodge, past worthy grand
matron, ably officiated in the Impres
sive ceremony, assisted by Mrs. Cora
B. Heath, retiring matron.
The following were the officers in
stalled: Worthy matron, Mary Edna Hamill;
worthy patron, Fred J. Vicks; asso
ciate matron, Kathleen Vicks; secre
tary, Linda L. Irwin; treasurer, Llla
bol Falck; conductress, Margaret
Craven; associate conductress, Anna
Thiel; chaplain, Holon B. Cole; mar
shal, Cora Vicks; musician, Mabel
Rowse; Adah, Jonnie Beringer; Ruth,
Mary A. Bartlett; Esther, Rae Huben
thal; Martha, Lillian Armstrong;
Electa, Annlne Carlson; warder, Ma
rie Beck; sentinel, Mary E-. Eastman.
A special meeting of the Martha
society ladies will be held on Wednes
day, December 26, at the new home of
the Day nursery on Washington and
Elizabeth streets. This meeting is for
the inspoction of the now home, where
the Inspection or the new home.
The Fldelus club, comprising some
of Ogden's ambitious young musicians,
has postponed its meetings until after
the holidays when they will be enter
tained at the home of Miss Helen Hun
ter, Saturda3r, January 5.
Lincoln circle ladles of the G. A. R.
will meet the second Thursday in Jan
uary when installation of officers for
1918 will occur.
Members of the Utopia club held a
pleasant meeting last Wednesday, De
cember 19, at the home of-Mrs. Frank
Tribe, on Washington avenue. The
hour of needlework and social chat
was followed by a tempting lunch
eon. It was planned to hold the next
meeting following the holidays when
Mrs. S. A. Shreeve, 2548 Madison ave
nue, will be hostess on Friday, Janu
Presbyterian Cradle Roll.
Nearly fifty little folks under 5
years of age were delightfully enter
tained on Wednesday afternoon of this
week when Mrs. John Williams, Mrs.
W. O. Johnson. Mrs. John Hall and
Mrs. Henry Hall, as a committee of
cradle roll workers of the Presbyter
ian church, gave a Christmas enter
tainment for the younger children.
The church parlors were artistical
ly decorated for this affair in the
Yuletlde scheme with a beautiful deco
rated Christmas tree. A real Santa
Claus presided over the gifts and each
little tot was presented with candy
and other dainties. Merriment pre
vailed until about five o'clock. Pleas-,
ing features for the little folks were
the Victrola selections, many Christ
mas songs and the instrument being
furnished by Glen Brothers-Roberts
company for the entertainment.
Entro Nous Club.
Mrs. T. H. Carr was hostess to the
Entro Nous club members this after
noon at her home on Jefferson ave
nue. Red Cross knitting was the main
diversion and before the club mem
bers departed, Christmas gifts werei
exchanged and refreshments served by
Sacred Heart Promoters.
Promoters of the League of Sacred.
Heart will meet next Wednesday,
December 26. with Mrs. W. L. Ma
ginnls as hostess.
The Royal Neighbors and Woodmen
of the World gave iho first of their
winter series of dancing parties last
Wednesday evening, sevenly-five
couples enjoying the evening. The
affair was a complete success and will
be followed by another in the near
Club at Hoover Dinner.
Mrs. Frank K. Bartlett was hostess
to her sewing club last Thursday aft
ernoon, the ladies enjoying their
needlework and knitting until near
evening, whr-n the gentlemen arrived
and Mrs. Bartlett served a perfectly
prepared "Hoover" dinner.
Later in the evening card games
were played and music and social chat
The following were present: Mr. I
and MVs. Harold Packer, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Seppich, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Jagger, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mor
rissey, Dr. and Mrs. James P. Din
neen, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Browning,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hunter, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Trout, Mr. and Mrs.
Blake Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Ward
Piper, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans and
Miss Olive Bolles.
The next regular club meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs. Ernest
Browning, in Rose court, the first
Thursday in January.
. Sempre Musical Club.
Mrs. C. H. Stevens entertained the
Sempre Musical club at its last meet
ing. A splendid program was carried
out, Miss Cleone Rich reading a pre
pared article on "The Violin." Mrs.
Melba Read Jones gave a vocal solo
with violin obligato by Miss Rich. A
violin duet given by Miss Marguerite
Toy and Miss Cleone Rich was of
especial delight to the club members.
Solo numbers were also given by these
two well-known artists. Miss Toy
playing Brahm's "Lullaby" and Miss
Rich giving "Thais," by Massenet.
In tho social hour which followed
refreshments were served by Mrs.
The next meeting will be held Jan
uary 5 with Miss Dorothy Wright.
The next meeting- of the Acacia club
will be held Thursday, January 3, the
place to be announced later.
Daughters of Pioneers.
Company D of the Daughters of
Pioneers has been changed to Diana
De Fife company and will meet next
Thursday, December 27, with Mrs. S.
T. Whitaker, on Twenty -third street.
Queen Esther Chapter No. 4, Red
The Red Cross unit of Queen Esther
chapter, No. 4, O. E. S., met in the
Masonic club rooms last Wednesday,
when all the ladies who had finished'
articles turned them In to the chair
man. Ladies' Literary Society.
The Ladies' Literary club will meet
at the home of Mrs. D. C. Eccles next
Werinssrinv. Dccpmhnp oc
Fourth Ward W. C. T. U.
Miss Miunis was hostess to the
Fourth Ward W. C. T. U. at her home
654 Twenty-fourth street, last Wed
nesday afternoon. The ladies took
their knitting and spent busy moments
in Red Cross work.
K. C. K. Club.
Monday evening, December 31, New
Years pve, the K. C. K. club will give 1
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Mrs. Guy E. Yarrington, one of Og-j
den's most popular and attractive
young ladies left today over the Los
Angeles limited for Oakland, Cal.,
where she vill meet Mr. Yarrington
vho has been on the coast for several
a New Year's dancing party in their
splendid dance hall, 2441 Grant ave
nue. The club's affairs are alwayB of
exceptional interest to a large number
of the younger set who are npw look
ing forward to an event of unusual
Christian Aid Society.
Members of the Aid Society of the
First Christian church met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Law
rence, 2G43 Brinker avenue. It was a
regular meeting or the organization
and a large volume of routine and
special business received attention.
There was a good attendance. 1
X. I. I. K. Club.
The girls of the X. I. I. K: club will
meet the Friday following Christmas
with Miss Marion Carter, 438 Cross
Home Industry Club.
The Home Industry club will hold its
next regular meeting Wednesday, Jan
! Daughters of Pioneers
Members or the Weber County
Daughters or Pioneers will hold their
regular monthly session Thursday
afternoon, December 27. The Hunts
ville camp also will meet upo.n that
The general board has assigned
"visitors" as follows: Mrs. T. B. Evans,
Camp B; Mrs. Elizabeth Goddard,
Camp C; Mrs. Dora Holther, Camp D;
Mrs. Martha Ritter, Camp E; Miss
Pearl Burlon, Camp F, Mrs. Kate
veeks. Mr. and Mrs. Yarrington will
make their home in Oakland.
Mr6. Yarrington has hosts of friends .!
in Ogden who regret her departure.
She vas Miss Alice Francis before her -.j
marriage and a teacher of music In the
public schools of Ogden.
iToponce Camp G; Mrs. James Pingree, K
i Camp H; Mrs. Mary Cortez, Camp I; i ;'?
tMrs. Ida Treseder, Camp J; Mrs. E. I. j
1 Rich, Camp K, Miss Rachel Middletou, ;5
Camp L; Mrs. James Douglas, Camp j&
M; Mrs. Elnora Wotherspoon, Camp
N; Mrs. Joseph Ballantyne, Camp R.
Mrs. Joseph R. Morrell and Mrs. Jo-
seph Ballantyne of the Ogden division
wJll meet with the Huntsville camp.
Work for Red Cross.
The Presbyterian auxiliary of the v
Red Cross met on Tuesday last and vr
the entire afternoon was devoted to
sewing and knitting for the Red Cross.
Forest Service Ladles. jl,
Last Wednesday evening the Fores
trv service ladles met at the home o
Mrs. Franklin Ryder, 1059 Twenty- !
sixth street and knitted for an hour Vj
or two after which they enjoyed 1g
luncheon. ' 3
Vincent Chautauqua Ladies Do Red I
0 " ' ' Cross Work. J
Last Thursday. December 20 the la-
dies of Vincent Chautauqua circle dV -
gathered at the Red Cross rooms of the
Deaf and Blind school where they '
spent a busy afternoon in the making
of bandages under the supervision o( I -
Mrs. Frank Driggs. ;.;
Baptist Mission Circle.
The Baptist Mission Circle will hold
its next meeting at the home of Mrs.
J. M. Preshaw, 207 Madison avenue ir'
with Mr. Preshaw and Mrs. W. B. 'v
Long as hostesses. '."-j-
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I MRS. THOMAS R. REES ' I
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Thursday of this week, In the Salt
Lake temple two Interesting youno
people of Utah were married. The
br.de was Miss Theo . Nelson of
Mount Pleasant and the groom Mr
Thomas R. Rees of Ogden
Mrs. Rees Is popular In her home
c.ty and also is .well known in Ogden
and salt Lake She is the possessor
of a remarkably sweet voice and her
.musical tendencies will be further ad
vanced through study In Washington"
D. C, where the young couple wll
soon make their home. Mr. Rees will I
enter the war department at the capi- ?
tal city. "I
H.Th2ifoom is a Graduate of the Og- I
u , , 9- sch00' and now a student ot ' I
the University of Utah. He is alsc
editor of the Utonian year book. Mr I
"ees returned from a mission scvera - 1
months ago and is perfecting himseh f-
m lines which will be of considerable I V
benefit in his wok In the war depart I D
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