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! Brigfiam City Society
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'I BRIGHAM CITY, Dec. 22. In honor
of the marriage of Miss Rozllla J.
! Conipton to Royal C. Papcndlck last
Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Comp
ton, parents of the bride, gave a most
elegant wedding reception in honor of
tho newlyweds upon their return from
Salt Lake, where they were married
in the temple. Mr. Papendick, who Is
H connected with the Moutain States
' Telephone & Telegraph company,
came here a short time ago from Den
ver. After spending a few days in
Denver visiting relatives and friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Papondick will be at
home in Salt Lake City. At the recep
tion were present many Ogden friends
of the bride nnd bridegroom and of
Mr. and Mrs. Compton. Among tho
many invited guests present were Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph A. West, Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Tyson, Mr. and Mrs. B C. Call.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ryan. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Thorn, IJr. and Mrs. M. G. Han
sen, Mr. and ' Mrs. William Barnos,
Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sheffield,
Mr. and Mr. A. M. Hansen, Mr. and
Mrs. S. M racobsen, Mrs. Elias Jen
sen, Mrs. O. C. Jacobsen, .Mrs. Orson
Nelson, Mrs. Amanda Campbell, Mrs.
Man Wallace, Mrs. Thomas Shreeve
of o'gden, Mrs. M. J. Jund, Mrs. Rose
K. Petersen, Mrs. Zimmerman ot Og
den, Mrs. Emma Vanve, Mrs. Eliza
Murdock and Mrs. Elizabeth Sum
merill of Ogden, Miss Man Hoist,
Miss Laura Kerl, M.iss Alico Parsons,
Miss Fay Hamson, Miss Trieste Box,
Miss Pearl Peters, Miss Lillie Stran
quist, Miss Crystal Jeppson, Miss La
I vetta Wallace, Miss Edna Graves, Miss
Vera Carter, Miss Mildred Barnes,
Ogden; Miss Jennie Compton, Henry
Zimmerman of Ogden, M. W. Dalton,
Mathew Compton and Alma Compton.
l Mrs. W. H. Griffiths entertained
Ha i Friday afternoon in honor of the
ID Social Development club and a most
pleasant afternoon was spent sewing
! for the soldiers. Musical selections
t were rendered. Those present were
( Mrs. E. P. Coburn, Mrs. W. I. McNeil,
Mrs. Alphonzo J. Nelson, Mrs. Ster
ling D. Madsen, Mrs. W. W. Knudson,
Mrs. Milton Jensen, Mrs. Perry D.
Peters, Mrs. Kenneth C. Wright, Mrs.
Orion Jensen, Mrs. W. L. Anderson,
Mrs. Frank Earl and Mrs. W. H. Grif
fiths. ! Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Horsley were
up from Provo Saturday to spend the
day visiting W. C. Horsley and family.
Young Horsley has joined the colors
and left Provo Monday for Florida,
where he will -enter training.
Lester Facer of Malad spent a few
days of the week in this city visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Conine of Shel
ley, Idaho, spent a few days of the
H week In this city visiting Mrs.
i Conine's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
! Forsgren and other relatives.
The Battery C girls met Friday
I ( evening at the home of Mrs. W. I.
Hays and spent a pleasant few hours
sewing for the soldiers. Present wore
Miss Luolla Fife, Miss Violet Jensen,
Miss Etta Facer, Miss Vesta Facer,
Miss Sarah Bronson, Miss Mallnda
Wright and Mrs. Livingstone.
Mr. and Mrs. James Boden and sons,
Wendell and Ellis, formerly of this
city, spent a few days in this city
during the week before department for
i California to spend the winter. Mr.
and Mrs. Boden reside at Milner,
Tho Young Married People's Danc
ing club has been organized to con
duct a number of dances during the
winter to start right after the holi
days. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Duffin, who have
resided in Logan for the past two or
three years, will remove to Ogden the
fore part of the year. They are now
at their home in this cky to remain
over the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jensen have
gone to New Mexico to spend a few
weeks visiting their daughter. Mrs. A.
C. Cooley, who was formerly Miss
Lucille Jensen. Miss Estello Jensen
of Salt Lake was the guest of her
parents here a few days before their
departure for New Mexico.
Mrs. Norman Lee spent a few days
early in the week visiting relatives
and friends in Farmington.
J. D. Call and J. E. Ryan returned
Sunday evening from an extended
visit to Price, Carbon count'.
Clarance E. Smith of Garland wjis a
Brigham visitor Saturday.
J. E. Fcatherstone of Logan spent a
day or two of the week in (his city
Special To The Ogden Standard.
Many of our beet growers from Gar
land and surrounding country attend
ed the annual meeting of the Boxelder
cqunty Farm bureau held at Brigham
City last Saturday for the purpose of
discussing the price of- raising sugar
beets for the coming season.
Miss Shell King and Miss Inez King
were married Wednesday to Lafayette
Hawks of Portage and Glen Baker of
Croo. The marriages were performed
at Provo where both of the 'young
couple will reside for the winter.
Tuesday, Dec. IS a wedding was per
formed in Salt Lake uniting two of
Garland's popular young people, Miss
Vera Edwards and Edgar Swlngard.
Mr. Swingard has enlisted in the avia
tion division of tho U. S. navy and will
leave for San Diego, Cal., next week.
Ellis Earl who inlistod in the army
left for Salt Lake to visit with friends
before his final leave in the service
Mr. and Mrs. George Gleason loft for
Brigham City to attend a farewell so
cial to be given Wednesday evening in
honor of Mr. Gleasons' brother Clifford
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Jensen who enlisted in the U. S. ser
vice. Mrs. E. Jensen visited relatives in
Brigham City a few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Abramson enter
tained in honor of a few friends and
relatives last Sunday.
Mr. a"nd Mrs. E. V. Schneider enter
tained a few friends at dinner Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Garvcr, announce
the engagement of their daughter Miss
Ellen Laverno' to Harry Falkner. Tho
wedding will take place In Ogden,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lesiger eft this
week for Moore, Idaho, where they will
spend the winter. .
Mrs. ... 1. Grover and Miss Hattie
Hess were visiting in Ogden the first
of the week.
Miss La Von Capener and Miss Flo
Petersen who are attending high
school in Brigham City were visiting
their parents here last Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. Davis of Sugar City,
Ida., have returned to Garland to spend
Miss Eulalia Peterson spent purt of
the week with friends in Malad City,
Mrs. Wesley Carter visited friends in
Ogden a few days this week.
Mrs. G. Austin returned to Salt Lake
Wednesday after a visit here with her
sons and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Inthorn left
Wednesday morning for Sabetha, Kan.,
where they will make their future
Mr. William Thompson returned
home this week from a three weeks'
outing to Idaho, Montana and Wyom
ing. Mr. A. Fisher of Greybull. Wyo., for
mer marshal of this city arrived here
last Saturday to visit his mother who
was very ill. He reached her bedside
a few hours before she passed away.
Mrs. Louis Bronson and children
visited friends in Riverside a few days
Mrs. Frank Meir of Blue Creek is
here on an extended visit with her bro
ther Mr. Frank Johnson and family.
B. F. Ellenson, Verne Fridal, Roy
Wyatt, Harry Sherwood and Bert
Brownr five of our sterling young men
who were added to the service of
Uncle Sam, were guests of honor at a
farewell entertainment and dance
given them at the L. D. S. hall Tues
day evening where about 200 of our
citizens had assembled. The program
was opened by the singing of "Amer
ica." Addresses by Rev. Samuel Alli
son and E. H. Cornwell, singing and
musical numbers were furnished by a
number of those present after which a
collection was taken up and $55 was
realized and distributed to the boys $11
to each. The young men left We'dnes-
3 luuijiuifc ttuu oevKiiu nunarea peo
ple gathered at the depot to bid them
goodby: also the children of the public
school were at the depot in a body.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Winzeler enter-,
tained at a dinner Tuesday in honor of
B. F. Ellenson.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winchester were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Inthorn
Guy Oult of Logan is here visiting
with his parents and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fell, of Salt Lakp
arc spending the week here with
Mrs. H. c. Sanders of Corinne spent
part of this week here with her hus
band. 'V Jm Ross' spent a few davs
with her son Leon at Hot Springs,
J. D. Harris is spending part of the
week in Salt Lake.
Will Recommend Action Im
mediately After Holidays to
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. President
Wilson will send a messago to con
gress recommending enactment of leg
islation to meet the transportation sit
uation immediately after the holiday
recess. Until it has been received the
president today requested that the in
terstate commerce commission with
hold making any Investigation as pro
vided under the Cummins resolution.
TheN president still is engaged in a
careful study of the entire railroad
situation, particularly with the ex
tent of his legal powers. He is said
however, not to have reached anv
definite conclusions bo far as to what
recommendations he will make.
Both the president and his legal ad
visers, however, are positive of his
legal powers to take over control of
the carriers If, in his opinion, he
deema It advisable.
The senate committee held an
executive sesstion today at which
plans for 'the forthcoming investiga
tion were to have been made.
Chairman Nowlands announced later
that a sub -committee of himself and
Senators Pomerene, Saul3burv, Cum
mins and KeHogg, had been appointed
to formulate and submit to the inter
state commerce commission and to the
railroad executives a request for sta
tistical and other information.
"We had some fine old punch at
our house the other day."
Ion"k are ywaoud.hE.TAONl
"I know you had. M huband came
home full of 1L"
LIKE AMAD 10G
Obsessed With Megalomania,
Teutons Do Outrageous
and Must Be Curbed.
PITTSBURGH. Doc. 22. Upholding
the morale of the allies is the most
important task facing the United
States this winter, asserted former
President William H. Taft, in an ad
dress at a Red Cross mass mooting
here. After detailing the activities of
the Americau Red Cross in Europe.
Mr. Taft said:
"We should do everything we pos
sibly can to help relieve the suffering
of the people in the devastated coun
tries of Europe. We must study the
psychological problems of (he war
stricken peoples, If we are to under
stand the situation."
Discussing peace possibilities, the
formor president declared: "Peace Is
not a question of teems. It is a ques
tion of downing the ruling power of
Germany today the German military
autocracy. It is a question of helping
the blinded and misled German people
to see what their government is and
how they are being fooled.
"The German people have become
obsessed with megalomania, with
grandeur, with the idea that they are
super-men and are God's chosen peo
ple. A people thus obsessed are just as
dangerous in the family of nations and
to permanent peace as a mad dog in
the domestic family. This Is the only
way you can explain the atrocities,
violations of international law and
other crimes of the German nation,"
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 22. Congress
probably will be asked for more money
for the government's airplane pro
gramme following the Christmas
recess. This was indicated here last
night with the return to Washington
of Howard E. Coffin, chairman of the
aircraft production board, who has
been inspecting the southern camps.
How large an appropriation will be
asked has not been determined defi
nitely, it was intimated. Members of
congress, however, let it be under
stood that the legislative body will be
liberal. Senator Shepard of Texas
went so far as to say that a billion
dollar appropriation would not be un
likely. Already the production on the
original programme of more than
$600,000,000, calling for approximately
22,000 planes, has reached such prog
ress in volume and speed, according to
More men are wanted now for the
expansion of the aviation service and
to i facilitate the increase in the per
sonnel. General Crowder has removed
draft restrictions on enlistments in
the aviation branch of tho signal corps.
An actual hundred thousand Ameri
can aeroplanes with American flyers.
Mr. Coffin says, probably is too great
an estimate, especially in considera
tion of the fact that all the allies are
depending now to a great extent on
American production of aircraft parts
and motors for their own service.
Although there is no so-called inter-allied
aerial council, the aircraft
production board is working hard with
the allies in co-ordinating standards
and types, with auch good result, it is
stated, that the present sixty or more
airplane motor types may be reduced
by combination of features to four
Chairman Coffin, who has just re-
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turned from a tour of the southern
American aerial training schools, says
that they represent the most inspir
ing phase of the war preparation.
There are twenty-four training sta
tions in Texas and other southern
states and nine ground schools in state
universities. Besides the men train
ing there and In other parts of the
country, there are Americans training
in France, Italy, England, Canada nnd
SOT Offl NOTES
NORTH OGDEN, Dec. 21. North
Ogden has kept fully apace with other
towns of like size in doing her "bit"
for the advancement of the better in
terests of the world war, responding
quite liberally in the purchase of Lib
erty bonds, the demands of the Red
Cross, the soldiers' welfare fund and
in addition our soldier boys have been
liberally remembered with Christmas
presents, not only by their relatives
and friends individually, but the day
school and the Relief society organi
zations. The local demands financially have
been wonderfully responded to by the
people. Ward chapel improvements,
Including a baptismal font nnd a toilet
system was planned eaily in the
season and the assessment plan was
adopted for raising tho necessary
funds, aggregating nearly $3000. and
nearly the whole of it was paid be
fore a canvas was made.
The compiling of statistics required
at the close of the year disclose some
items worthy of note. There have
been 22 marriages 5 by civil law and
17 temple marriages 8 deaths, 2
adult and 6 children; 32 births, 9 male
and 23 female. There are also 21
widows, 3 widowers and 40 individuals
over 21 unmarried in the ward.
Tho anticipated pleasure of a num
ber of our people in a Christmas visit
with the soldier boys at Camp Lewis
was denied them in a special telegram
on account of quarantine conditions in
the camp. Among" those contemplating
the journey were Mrs. Verna Camp
bell, Mrs. Hazel Gibson and Miss Edna
E. Mason Blaylock and Zina Mont
gomery Blaylock are happy over a
fifth addition to their "family, a boy,
born December 17. This is the twenty-sixth
grandchild of Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Blaylock.
Arlle S. Campbell, son of Scott W.
and Lucinda Strong Campbell, has
been called to take the message of the
dominant churcli to the people of Cali
fornoia, to leave his home in North
Ogden January 9.
The North Ogden Canning company
shipped 1100 cases of their output of
the season yesterday to Tacoma, for
the use of Uncle Sam's boys.
Charles Storey spoke in the Wed
nesday night's meeting on the Red
Cross work, following up with a vigor
ous campaign among those present
securing quite a membership enroll
ment for the cause.
Mrs. Ann Huband, now within a few
days of 90 years old-, Is down froir
Logan, stopping with her daughter Pfi
Mrs. Alma H. Rogers. j
Mrs. lvfh L. Shupe of Gooding, Ida., MHf
is stopping with her parents, Mr. and feK'
Mrs. John Henry Warren. Hh
Last evening, under the auspices of
the local patriotic committee, a fare- hB
well entertainment was tendered Joel
Percy Clifford, who leaves in the near
future for the army. He Is a registrant hK'
of Soda Springs, Idaho.
Supt. William A. Montgomery and
his aids aro planning an ontortainlng K
Christmas program for next Sunday
morning, in Sunday school session. WbF
William A. Brown and Thomas Del- Rw5
bert Orton, former residents of thia rfffia
place, but who went into the army P$9tS
from Idaho, in a joint letter acknowl- LSHp
edge with thanks special favors re- WFf
ceived at Camp Lewis for former "Wri
friends in North Ogden and adds the
information that they are well cared lP
for in camp.
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