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ITHOGDER "sTANDARDT OGDEN, "UTAH"t65dAYT DECEMBER 22, 19vT -s
For Subscription and Advertinlng
Departments, Call Phone No. 58.
Red Cross Workers, remem
her, that all unused Red Cross
Service Flags, and all Subscript
j tion Blanks must be returned
to this office. I must account
C T Ura fkaea
I. iui c v ci y uiic x nave im-av,
charged to you personally.
Every numbered subscription
1 blank must be returned. The
, small crosses also must be ac
' counted for.
John Edward Carver,
I Manager Christmas Red
I Cross Drive,
2482 Washington Ave.
Is in France Robert S. Lockhead,
well known young man of Ogden, son
' of Mr. and Mrs. George Lockhead of
721 Twenty-sixth street, is now be
hind the battle lines In France, ac
cording to a letter received from him
yesterday. Mr. Lockhead enlisted
several months ago in the quarter
! master's division, resigning a good
i I position with the George A. Lowe Co.
, Is there a can of B. & G. Butter in
your Christmas box to your soldier at
the front? It will remind him of
IJ Offices Moved The offices of the
Lion and .Wyoming coal companies
' have been moved from the former
suite on the third floor of the Eccles
building to a remodeled suite of offices
on the soventh floor. The offices for
j i merly used will be taken by the Amal
, gamated Sugar company, which will
' give this company and the O. L. &. I.
I Railroad company the whole floor.
f j Listen 1 Big crowds at the "jazz"
dance at old Eagles' hall, Hudson ave
1 mm Cohirrlor nvrtnirirr flftPnniKflr 9
Hf Made Corporal Mrs. J. E. Smith,
Hj ( 2S32 Jackson avenue, has received a
Hh ij letter announcing that her son, Emory
j C. Smith, Ogden boy now In the Na
tional army cantonment at Camp
Lewis, American Lako, Wash., has
been promoted to the rank of corporal.
Corporal Smith is a graduate of the
local school and has numerous friends
and relatives in this city who will be
, glad to congratulate him upon his pro
motion. Suits dry cleaned $1. Dollar Clean-
HF Listen! Big crowds at the "jazz"
I dance at old Eagles' hall, Hudson avc-
nue, Saturday evening, December 22.
j! Morgan Court Judge A. E. Pratt, of
I! the district court, and has stenograph-
H or, Harold J. Packer, left today for
j Morgan, where Judge Pratt is holding
L. an adjourned session of court. Motions,
I demurrers and other matters pending
in the Morgan county district court
; will receive attention.
i Ten per cent discount on monumen-
HT talwork. Mitchell's, opp. City Cemetery
At Morgan Attorney George F.
H Halverson left this morning for Mor-
1 gan to attend an adjourned session of
the Morgan county district court which
Judge A. E. Pratt is holding In that
city today. Attorney Halverson will
M- return tonight
J You should hurry to get In the
I ChriBtmas club at the Big Hardware
Store. The very best talking machine
j at LOWE prices and easy terms.
j FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST Corner Monroe avenue
1 and Twenty-fourth street. Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m. Regular service
, at 11 o'clock a. m,; subject, "Is the
h Universe. Including Man, Evolved by
Atomic Force?" Wednesday evening
i , testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock. Read
ing rooms at 512, First National bank
building, open daily from 12 m. to 5
t p. m., except Sundays and holidays.
Listen! Big crowds at the "jazz"
dance at old Eagles' hall, Hudson ave
nue, Saturday evening, December 22.
To Aid Registrants Judge A. V.
v Agce will be at his chambers In th?
. court house every evening except
Christmas during the coming week to
assist draft registrants in filling out
their questionnaires. He may be seen
after 7:30 p. m.
B, Suits dry cleaned 51. Dollar Clean-
' Draft Evaders Fjve alleged draft
evaders were arrested this afternoon
by Deputy Sheriff William Brown.
' They gave the following names: John
n Axel Carlson, Maynard Deheath. David
i Parks, Theodore T. Lavold and Paul
' Engh. They all claimed that they had
registered but knew nothing more
about their standings. They came from
; various parts of the countrv, being
i transient laborers
f Suits dry cleaned $1. Dollar Clean.
Raise $100 Over a hundred dollars
Hl , 8 been raised by the design class of
the Ogden High school, working under
direction of Miss Carrie V. Knapp art
I, I A. HOOEfrCO.
' DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES
409 nudson Ave. Phone 31
) :ocis, bonds. Cotton, Grain.
. Members Chicago Board of Trada.
j Salt kake. Stock ming
i S. M. 'Scott, Jr.
i Rsidcnt Partner.
LOGAN & BRYAN
HI 1 Call 22 for Transfer Service R
8 Baggage Stored Three Days Free I
9 Trunks Checked at Residence to I
U Destination U
I AUTO TRANSFER & SERVICE I
instructor, in its Hed Cross campaign.
Miss Thelma Woodmansee and Miss
Lophelia Runyon, fonner members of
the high school art department, have
beon assisting the class and have
painted a considerable number of
A. A. Drowning, M. D 702 Eccles
Bldg. Eye, ear, nose and throat spe
Married by Mayor Mayor Abbot IL
Heywood acted as marriage officer to
day when he united William Wind of
I Omaha, and Margaret M Norseth, of
Ogden. Adam L. Peterson, clerk of
peace of Eden precinct married Fred
W. Smith and Mrs. Agnes E. Voberg,
of Halley. Idaho. A license was se
cured today by II. LeRoy Madson and
Alice Gray of Ogden.
Eevator boy at Reed. 2750
Farm Bureau News The annual
edition of the Weber -County Farm Bu-
reau News has been published and is
sued,' today. The paper is a vivid rec
ord of the year's work by the bureau.
The book is attractively bound and is
comprehensive in covering the farm
ing situation in the county. A copy
will be sent to each member of the or
ganization. Try Shafer's Guaranteed Laying
Feeds. Mash $3.50 hd. Scratch feed,
$3.5, at Ogden Feed Co. 27S1
Santa Claus Old Santa Claus was
in operation at the court house today.
At a special meeting of the board of
county commissioners warrants woro
ordered drawn for county employes.
It was in official recognition of Christ
mas and the fact that it requires coin
to properly finance a Christmas.
Well prepared meals promote homo
happiness. Cook with Cole's Hot Dlast
Range and you will always be happy.
Red Cross All the churches will
make a super-drive for new members
tomorrow. Every committee noj at
work in the jxty and county will make
its final report following" the big cli
max drive Monday night when the
Attractive service at Epworth
evening. Interesting song service of
Christmas hymns, and beautiful
Christmas anthem by choir, and one
soprano solo. Come, 6:30.
Burglary The police are holding R.
E. Selbold, Ernest Watkins and Har
ry Munsey as suspects for the rob
bery of a home at Twenty-sixth street
and Adams avonue Thursday night.
The arrests wore made last night. It
is probable complaints will be filed
late today or Monday, charging the
prisoners with thirddegree burglary.
Arrested J. Stromson,. a Swedish
resident of Colorado, spent last night
In the city jail because he became too
enthusiastic in his conversation at the
Union depot, and also because ho for
got that Utah is bone-dry.
Attractive service at Epworth
league at Methodist church tomorrow
evening. Interesting song service of
Christmas hymns and beautiful
Christmas anthem by choir, and one
sporano solo. Come, 6:30.
New Well Driller Members of the
city commission met in adjourned ses
sion this morning to dispoBo of such
matters as might be brought before
them. The more important subject
discussed was the advisability of pur
chasing a new well drilling machine.
The old machine was sold a few weeks
FIRST CHRISTIAN Christmas
services will be hold in the Christian
church Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
Hansen Livestock A party of Og'
den business, as special guests b the
Hansen Livestock company, are in
specting the company plant in 'the
west section of tho city this after
noon. FIFTH WARD Elder Castle Mur
phy will be the, speaker In the Fifth
ward Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. El'
der Murphy is a member of the We
ber stake high council and an able
Born A son was born to the wife of
James Devlin on December 19.
Armed Men Guards, armed with
shotguns, will be on duty at the Ogden
packing plant beginning tonight.
Dam. Was to Be Blown The latest
theory In regord to the bomb found
in the irrigation ditch in Wilson Lane
is that the explos'ive was placed in
the Weber river west of Devil's Slide
and was Intended for the power plant
in Weber canyon.
YOUNG MEN OF
Questionnaires arc being received
at the local exemption board for the
cuy in great numDers ana an extra
rush was felt today as the end of the
seven-day period draws near. Sun-;
days and holidays are not taken into
consideration on the seven-day period,'
so tomorrow will not be considered,
and the date for return of the ques
tionnaires sent out December 15 will
therefore be Monday, December 24.
The only member of tho city legal
ladvisory board scheduled for consul
tation tomorrow is C. R. Rollings -worth,
who will meet registrants be
tween the hour of 10 and 12 a. m at
his office In the Eccles building, No.
The following city registrants were
mailed questionnaires today: William
M. McKay, Leslie 13. Richardson, Law
rence Neilson, Edwin Charles Bader,
j Ezra Thomas Barlow, Wong Foo, Jos
; eph Pauli, Thomas J. M. Farland, Her-
man Walter, Charles James Hobbs,
i Frank Bischoff, Bert L. Neal, Alden
I W. Hewitt, Frank K. Bartlett, Avelan
Francis Pearson, William L. Vaughan,
RoyaL Jack Shupe, Louis J. Holther,
Beverly A. West, George A. ChecketLs,
Harry Roy Haynes, Carlo Maritona,
John Dandman, Sanami Yamazlwa,
Joseph W. Compton. Benjamin F. Lee,
Gus Karis, Abo Sheskin, Gilbert L.
Rhees, Clyde T. Thomas. George M.
Webster, Elsmore R. Dodson, George
R. Bolton, Raymond S. Tonks, John H.
Vogelsang, William S. Wright, Leo
Yates, Peter Antonis, Thomas Carter,
Clifford S. Davis. Earl W. Herrington,
Edward T. Saunders, Clarence G. Hop
kins, Peter Masters, Sylvester M.
Scott, Rex S. LeMastors, George A.
Crosbie, Vincenz'o Pugliatti, Elija M.
Alien, James B. Taylor, James Souther,
Andrew Reid, G.eorge H. Ball, George
M. Penrod, George Knight, William P.
Bowo, Cyril P. Jones, Herman Van
Leouwen. Lorov W. Kellor. nhnrlns w
Cross, Edward Victor Mans, Joseph
Esteinou, Ernc-st S. Wilson, Nick Ko
klmelias, Nephi H. Neilson, Lcroy
Griffin, Dirk Van Do Graaff, Cato
Martin, John T. Owens, Edward H.
Baxter, Hazelton Hamer, John W. Har.
bortson, Laurence Coleman Plyo,. Ed
win E. Woston, Ernest L. Moore. Wil
liam H. Walker, Edward A. Rudiger,
Ernest L. Richardson, Merlin C. Ed-j
valson, William P. Cavin, Harold
Moroni Olsen, William Vaughan, Ralph
Dewey Smuin, Harold R. Davis, James
Gerritson, Thomas C. Barnett, Ber
nard M. Bauchman, Harvey G. Peak,
Terence Kenny, Robert ' C. Howey,
Ernest MIckelwalte, David Ashman,
Claude W. F. Humphries. Elmo Dan
Sullivan, James C. Miller, Thomas
Claude Warner, Charles S. Noble,
Josoph H. Orem, Sabnrohi- Yoshiraura,
Lalovi McMurrin Hilton, Geoffrey
Harper, Paul Henry Kell, George
Ozzle Spaur, Oscar Harland Bingham,
Frank Bellono', Ernest Peter Goldberg,
Frederick Broadbent, Nick Manolo
toulos, Horace D. Watkins, George D.
Moyes, Peter Welch. Gunsuke Mochi
suki, Duro Kay Walker, John Konlng,
Joe Sarabory, Fred Paine, Vojo Pupo
vac, Archie Moore, Henry George
Worshall, Robert Walton Burton,
Hunter C. Terry, Bert J. Cunningham,
Thomas Allen, Adrian Armand Gulg
nard, Henry DeHeer, Arlo D. Mould
ing, William Ryan, Mitsumosuke Yok
yanna, Henry Naisbitt, John Prochet,
William Rudolph Eckhardt, Earlo
James Demers, Lee Thompson, Nathan
Russell Tanner, Ralph I. Guy, An
GEO, E. Bill
BACK FROM MORONI
George E. Browning, president of
the Peoples' Sugar company, returned
last night from the factory at Moroni.
He is enthusiastic over prospects.
"The situation looks exceedingly en
couraging' said Mr. Browning. "This
is evidenced by the fact that the meet
ing of the board of directors this week,
the capital stock of the company was
increased from $750,000 to $1,000,000.
I am looking for the next twelve
months to surpass any similar period
In this section of the country and par
ticularly In the beet and sugar busi
Read the Classified Ads.
Read tne ciassinea acts.
RST KILLING BV IRE
BOYS OF CITY IS
Hoar ye! Hear ye!! Hear ye!!!
This refers to boys, able to handle
a .&i nne anu eager to gather in some
George Shorten, city sanitary com.
missioner, Is seriously considering
announces an official "Rat Killing
Day." It all depends upon the en
couragement ho can recolvo from the
"Tho cussed rats"thats tho liberal
statement of Mr. Shorten, and then he
oontinues: "Tho cussed rats arc be
coming a largo sized and entirely too
aggressive menace to the health and
property of Ogden citizens. We must
get rid of them. I am hopeful of mak
ing a thorough and effective campaign
upon these pests during the holidays
if I can enlist the help of the boys. 1
have assigned a special man to the
duty of eradicating tho rodents and
ho will direct the offensive."
Mr. Shorten stated that next Wed
nesday or Thursday probably will be
the' day set aside for the "Rat Kill,
ing" campaign to start. Each boy
will receive a dollar. There are no re
strictions on weapons. All that is nec
essary Is to produco the rat, dead or
alive reforably dead.
That there is money In the rat
Idling business for the juvenile popu
lation is instanced by the records of
the sanitary official. Clifford John,
son, Jn one week, collected $3.10 in
bounties; August Endraggi, gathered
In $2.30; and Rudolph Peterson, $1.30.
They only worked for a short time
each day. Tho process Is sport, and
AT BAPTIST CRORCR
At the First Baptist church tomor
row the regular services will be added
to with a select program of music.
Sunday school will begin at 10 a. m.
and regular worship at 11 a. m. Theme,
"Two Chapters of Money." Evening
worship 7:30; theme, "The Coming of
! Christ." Following is the-musical pro
Prelude, "Gloria from the Twelfth."
Offertory, "He Was Despised," from
Anthem by choir, "While Shepherds
Watched Their Flock by Night."
Postlude, "March of the Wise Mon,"
Young people's service at 6:30 p. m.
In the District Court of Webor
County, State of Utah. Martha M.
Worton, Plaintiff, vs. George E.
The State of Utah to Said Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after service
of this summons upon you, if served
within the county in which this action
is brought; ptherwiso within thirty
days after service, and defend tne
above entitleu action; and' in case of
your failure so to do, judgment will be
rendered against you according to tho
demand of the complaint, which has
been filed with the clerk of said court;
This action is brought to obtain a
decroe dissolving the bonds of matri
mony now and heretofore existing be
tween yourseu ana tne plaintiff herein
and for expense of this action and fjr
GEO. S. DEAN,
P. O. Address: R. F. D. 3, Ogden,
First publication Dec. 12, 1917; last
publication Jan. 16, 1018.
TOOLATE TO LSIFY :
BUNCH of keys at postoffice attached
to key tag with owner's name, Harry
E. White, 727 Allon street, South Bend,
Ind. Call 1503-J. 2S17
ONE bay 3 year old mare. Reward.
Thomas Whitaker, Roy. 2815
PLACE for a girl to work herself
through school. 18 years old, but has
beon unable to finish school. Address
A. V., care of Standard. 2816
LIVE wide-awake agents wanted to
sell Dollar Adding Machines. Proves
popular wherever shown. Inquire L.
J. Leishm'an Co., Suite 405, Eccles
building. Ogden. 2818,
.CITY MARKET, MILE 'AND HALF FROM SCENE
OF EXPLOSION, HAS ALL WINDOWS BROKEN,
I "" 1 ""itmiin . limn,,! iim.iiii
$$$r i$Wf&-'- :MM; 1M
Halifax city market after blasL
of the blast whWhebF& to withstand tho force
half from the scene. A 1 of the window were shattered butlK-thc Hq1qxjc m"ke'. mo and a
shelter when tarpaper was apdSJSSUt thG bu,ldmg romained lntoct d as used for a
POOR FAMILIES ARE TO
RECEIVE A CALL
Santa Claus and his wife will visit
the poor families under the protecting
wing of Webor county this year and
will distribute a plentiful baskot, of
supplies to each family on Christmas
eve. t M. P. Brown, county commission
er, and Mrs. H. H. Spencer, special
representative of the charity depart
ment of the county, will visit over
twenty homes Monday evening with
Mr. Brown's automobile loaded to the
top with eatables, clothing and toys, tl
has been the custom herotofore to de
legate this work to someone In tho
city, but the board' of commissioners
are personally attending to it this year.
In their efforts to make a fair and
generous distribution of needed sup
i plies to tho poor families, the board
requested Mrs. Spencer to canvass tho
city and ascertain just what was need
ed most, and it then bought supplies
according to her report.
Each family will be given a sack of
flour, 50 cents worth of. sugar, a pack
age of rice, some canned milk and a
good sized pot roast of boef. The lit
tle girls in the families will be given
a doll and the little boys a book or
other appropriate gift. Mrs. Spencer
has beon busily engaged at the court
house this morninc In drnqninn- tho
dolls as the clothes they came In were
evidently not intended to gladden a
youngsters eye by their attractiveness
or color. Mrs. Spencer made twenty
sots of doll clothes combining vivid
hues and attractive designs and the
small army of dolls looked like a new
set when she finished.
A bag of candy, apples, nuts and
oranges will be included with each
basket of provisions also. Many boxes
of shoes, pairs of stockings and ar
ticles of wearing apparel have also
been gathered and will be taken by Mr
and Mrs. Santa Claus to those who
Marguerito Williamsen, Victoria
Stanger, Kathryn Fisher, Dorothy
Lundy, Dorothy Pierson, Helen John
son Kathorlne Wallace, Nellie
OKeefe, Ida Williams, Helen Pape,
Dorothy Farr, Louise Fisher, Levan
Reese, Burford Johnson and Mary
Miss Brookshier served tempting
Miss Marie Pantone has gone to
the coast for an extended visit and
trip which will take her into Wash
ington, Oregon and points throughout
Last Tuesday evening she was com
plimented by a number of hor friends
at a pleasing affair.
Games were played and a musical
program given by Messrs. J. M. Pan
tone, Michael Pantone and George
Young. A four-course luncheon was
served, the following being seated at
the tablo: Messrs. and Mesdames
George Atkinson. Walter Burnett, E
Rogerson, George Young, J. M. Pan
tone, Richard Soule, Misses Hattie
Clark, Josephine Clapior, Bertha
Toone, Mildred Soule, Marie Pantone
and Messrs. Floyd Dudman, Michael
Pantone and Ray Hartman.
AT HOTEL UTAH.
Mr. and Mrs. Plumer B. Haslet wero
week-end visitors in Salt Lake City
at the Hotel Utah.
The Royal Neighbors will give a
card party in the I. O. O. F. hall In the
Fratornity building, Monday evening
at 8:30 o'clock.
LEAVE FOR LOS ANGELES.
Mrs. B. B. Brooks and daughter
mss Ashton, left Ogden last Thursday
for Los Angeles, whore they will
spend the holidays.
CHRISTMAS EVE DANCE.
The social committee of the Fourth
ward have for the past month been
giving a very successful dancing party
every Monday evening from 8:30 until
12, and will continue these social
gatherings throughout the season on
Monday evenings are being looked
forward to .among the younger sets
and for the reason that Christmas and
New Year's eve fall on that evening
addfed interest is being shown.
With a nicely arranged program of
dances, played by the Crawford Jazz
orchestra, a most enjoyable time is al
Mr. and Mrs, Douglas Swan of Salt
Lake City, are in Ogden to spend the
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. William
MISS PROUT A GIFTED STUDENT
Miss Dorothy Prout, a gifted young
pupil of Squire Coop and a student of
the Ogden conservatory of music
played me Sonata Op. 1, by A. Krauso!
at the industrial schpol Christmas en
tertainment Friday evening, last.
Miss Prout possesses tho remark
able gift of absolute pitch, being able
to distinguish any tone she hears.
In addition to Miss Prout's natural
gift she has achieved a hjgh degree ol
musical technic and knowledge by in
MARTHA SOCIETY XMAS TREE
The Martha society ladies will gath
er at the old home of the Day nursery
on Washington avenue and Twenty
first street Monday afternoon when
.Christmas will be celebrated for tho
lirtle folks. A pretty and well-laden
tree will furnish part of the amuse
ment offored for the tots
PARTY FOR MRS. AGNES B
One of the most delightful affairs of
the week waa'a surprise tendered Mrs
Agnes B. Warner by her pupils nf
Smithsonian institute. The effroom
was beautifully decorated with Christ
mas bells and holly, while Tot I and
green streamers graced tho walls, a
Christmas tree adorned a corner on
which was hung presents for eacn one
Mrs. Warner sang a French song in
her charming manner. Professor C q
Springer gave a very encouraging talk'
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I WOLF MOUNTAIN j
COPPER COMPANY j
I 508 Eccles Bnilding
I Ogden, Utah.
P ... .-.1,000,000 shares J
j aPItaI: -"-10cts. per share 1
I Par value . v 1
I For the purpose of erecting an ore concentration plant, using jj
1 the oil flotation process, on its property on the Cache Valley I j
! Divide, the Wolf Mountain Copper Company has set aside Z50,- I
I 000 shares of its treasury stock to he sold at 10 cents per share.
I It is anticipated that 150,000 shares of this stock will be taken
y up by present stockholders of the Company. "fe.
I The remaining 100,000 shares of treasury stock are offered I
i to those who may desire to become stockholders of the Com- 1
I pany at the same price as to the present stockholders, viz: 10 1 ;
f cents per share. Unless the allotment is sooner disposed of this 1
I offer will terminate at 5 o'clock p. m., December 31,1917. J
j Shares may be purchased at the Company's office, 508 Eccles I
I Building, Ogden, Utah, where engineers' reports upon the prop- 1
S erty and details regarding the proposed plant and earnings of J
the Company may be obtained.
Commercial National Bank of Ogden, Depository.
I WOLF MOUNTAIN COPPER COMPANY. 3
to all assembled. Those who partici
pated In this ovont were: Professor
Springer, Mrs. Agnes B. Warner, Mil
dred Crosbie. Lillian Felt, Edna
Waugsgard, Edna Campbell, Mildred
Sulley, Vera Minnach, Esther Wamack,
Ethel Tippets, Ann Davidson, Dagmar
Hansen, Duella Jones, Aleen Thomas,
Ann Wheelwright and Madeline Quil
PRETTY AFFAIR AT 'THE GABLES'
"The Gables," home of the girls of
the Utah State Industrial school, was
tho scene of a Christmas celebration
last night. The program consisted of
music, songs and readings. Parents,
friends and relatives, in addition to tho
officials of the institution, constituted
The program was prepared by Miss
Helen Maycock, of the Industrial
school faculty, assisted by Mrs. Mary
Mann, Mrs. Robinson and Miss Zjna
Larkin. Two one-act playlets were
produced. Other numbers on the pro
gram were "Christinas Carols," by a
chorus; "The Magi Story," Bible read
ing; "Song of Praiso" and others.
The room was appropriately decorated-
and Santa Claus, properly cos
tumed, was present.
RECEPTION FOR BRIDE AND
Numbered among the charming
brides of the holiday season is Mrs,
Ephraim Poultcr who before hor ma
riage in the Salt Lake temple last
Wednesday was Miss Lillian Kingston,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kingston ot
Taylor. The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Moroni Poulter of 924 Twen.
ty-second street, Ogden and district
lutiimoci ui. uie ordinary department
in the local office of the West Coast
Life Insurance company.
Last ovening Mr. and Mrs, Poulter
wero tendered a pretty home recep.
tion by the bride's parents in Taylor
over twenty-five relatives and near
friends being present. The home was
made attractive with effective deco.
rations and merriment prevailed until
a late hour.
Games and musical selections,
both vocal and instrumental were en
joyed and refreshments were served.
Mr. aud Mrs. Poulter were' the
recipients of many pretty gifts. They
oxpect to leave for a coast trip some
time in January and will make their
homo in Ogden upon their return.
, ?r' Etta Shupe and daughter Amy
left Ogden Thursday for San Dieco
where they will visit with Mrs!
Shupe s brother, Eugene Gay, of the
H5th field artillery head division.
Later they will go to Los Angeles for
an indefinite visit.
TO VISIT HUSBAND.
Mrs. Fred W. Jensen left on Thurs
day for Los Angeles to visit with her
husband who has been allowed a brief
furlough from Camp Kearnv
MRS. ECCLES HOME
Mrs. L. R. Eccle arrlvod home this
morning after a brief eastern trln
Miss Marvel Giles, charming daugh-
SWfMr a,mMrfi- eph gGiieS of
499 Second street and Bert Silver
thorn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sil
verthorn were quietly married last
Wednesday in the county court house
Mr. and Mrs. Silverthorn are two of
Oedcn's most popular young peoola
and their wedding is of m tires? to a
large circle of friends.
mJ E FR CAL'FORNlA
t nlrv ?QOrge Donaldson and Miss
Lila Peterson, daughter of Conductor
Peterson left Ogden last Wdnesduv
moaning for an extended vtafXltg
MISS FARR MEETS
Miss Mildred Farr, daughter of Afr
and Mrs. John Farr, writes a cLrv
etter from Boston, where she
Ishlng her last year In s2
training. She spent hor fl5 i ?Erten
giving away from home SjnUv i'
mel home friends in tfce "hS dtv"
Mr. Young, a formpr t t y
versity studen? now at H?rVarfik?
'k at telS
are planning to take In concepts by
noted artists and any events that will I
add to their education and general M
On Tuesday afternoon of each week, I
Miss Mildred is free from other work, I
so she volunteered to teach a class I
of Italian and Jewish boys In clay I
modeling at one of the largest settle-
ment houses in the city. She finds eg
her pupils very interesting to work P
with and her tasks become harder and
more and more painstaking and en- W
joyable as she progresses in her cf- I
forts to bring joy and light Into the
minds of those foreign children. fl
The Child Culture club will meet
Thursday, January 3 in tho Berthana H
with Mrs. Tressa Olsen, Mrs. Lydia
Dye and Mrs. Mary Chambers as hos- .'H
Jolly Twenty. H
Mrs. C. Beveridgo will bo hostess to H
the members of the Jolly Twentv club
next Friday, Dopember 28, at' her ,H
home, 159 Twenty-first street.
Drama Club. H
The Misses Minnie Brown and Doro- H
thy McGaw will be hostesses to the
Drama club at Us next meeting, Satur- H
day, December 29, In the Maids' and Wk
Matrons' club rooms. TH
Daughters of Pioneers.
Amanda Smith camp of the Daugh- H
ters of Pioneers mot yesterday after- HI
noon at the home of Mrs. John Set- H
uuiu, Jackson avenue. The re- jH
mainder of the companies will meet 1
next Thursday, December 27. '
Met on Monday.
The Red Cross unit of Miriam chap- H
ter met on Monday last at the Masonic
club rooms. The members spent a
busy hour with their knitting and Red S
Methodist Missionary Society
The Methodist Missionary societv
will hold its next meeting with Mrs.
?trll t Packer' 652 Twentj-flrst H
Street, January 11.
CHRISTMAS SERVICE I
A special Christmas service will bo Hf-
given tomorrow night in the First Hb.
HonSSaL10nal, church and a contrlbu . 9F-
rh11 b collccted for the starving K1
moinv11 ?Arme.nia and. Serbia, This ' B
SairlZ Tf !?T the ablation of tho HK
S o thse innocent Christians R?'
no n?we Cean wh0 are suffering for K
pXhcm reason than thQt they, are K
that rint An donatlon in onoy Br ;
that can be contributed by anyone for
contrZn Q W,fl be comblned the K
I f.?ntrlbu.tlon raised at the chumh fir.
ci country.80 fnVarded to tho Btrick" M'-
Thn m?,hstmaE Pr9ram. R'
bo eivpn SStma3 ProEram which will W
xlJf ,B as follows: m
lude-Sextette from Lucia Rr-
iSThe School. If
Thotmasa Bt Thinka't-WlUiam fV
' nson Chri8tmaa Bea Ring-Buth S
Song- Quartet. S
'nlnl T1me-EIi2abeth Fairchild.
I Raiting for Santas-Alice John-
'Ib I "
hophecy''TMl8s Periin'a Class. f
?Jg S'0-"188 Hunter. I
Song Schooi. W I
Postlude-Grand march from Aide. f I
Read the Classified AxJe. f I
Read tho Classified Ads. I
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Read the Classified Ads. I 1
Read tho Olaaaifiea Ads, . WL