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H THE OCDEN STANDARD : OGDEN. . UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 192u
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Mr. :uul Mrs. J. K. Burt announce tin engagement of their daugh-
, tcr, Miss Olive, tn MI den Taylor, the wedding to occur in I hi Salt
I Lake temple in the near IV.tin Mr. Taylor is to leave shortly after
; j the wedding to assume missionary duties in one of the fie'ds of the
J' Church of Latter-Day Saints.
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Ladies' Litexnry Club To
, j Include Special Features in
i Easter Monday Party
! All social Tolk of Ogden, not to men
1 tion ladies from outside cities, arc cen-
tering their rtltontion ,on the Ladies
Literary ctjrd party and tea to be giv
en Monday, April 5, in the Berthana
when an aiternocn of espeeial enjoy
ment is promised. All during the
week nommittees have been carnesrly
at work arranging for the event which
' this year is-expected to outclass all
former arrairs given by the "club.
I The program, for the ' afternoon
1 will include 'esthetic dancing and mu
ll sical selections and some special fea
tures have been, promised by members
j of the committees in charge. The
j committee members include: .
General committee Mrs. J. Douglas
Watson, chairman; Mrs. Ezra Clark
I IUch, Mrs. Arnold Bowman; reception
I committee Mrs. H. W. Dunn, Airs.
Joseph Scowcroft. Mrs. R. B. Porter,
j Mrs. Fred G. Clark, Mrs. Frank IJig
1 genbotham; tickets Mrs. John Cul
ley; entertainment Mrs. Arnold Bow
, man, Airs. N. J. Thomas: card tables
-I Mrs. William Douglas, .Mrs. K. G. Bag
$ ley, Mrs. I. N, Filton; flowers Mrs.
D. C. Eccles, Mrs. E. a Ttich; dining
y room Mrs. WC. Weight, Mrs. Jos
I i eph Thomas, Mrs. John Culley; re-
frcshments Mrs. Joseph Wright,
Mrj. I'. A. Ilcrdti and Mi's. Claude
in addition to the program thhc
v.ilJ bs delicious refreshments served
In the dining room or the Berthana.
The regular meeting of the Ladies'
Literary club was held last Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. J.
H. Thomas. Mrs. Fawn Wright Volkei
gave - n splendid paper on "French
Ways' and Their Meaning." Mrs. J. A.
Ferraro delighted the club members
with several excellent piano selections.
Mrs. Fred Basstitt was a guest of the
club for the afternoon.
Alirisr.t Society, s--
V, Last Thursday evening the -members
.of th'c Altriart society met nt the Og
den. Conservatory of Music rooms and
the constitution which lias been fram
ed by Bob Majors, William Manning
jam! Lester Hinchcliffe was read. The
j program of events, social, dramatic,
i music and dancing was outlined for
the year and will be carried out with
possibly a few changes. The society
is formed of local folk of dramatic
and musical ability and will undoubt
edly be one of iho foremost organiza
tions of its kiud in the state
Mr. Manning spoke to the frty-fivo
or fifty members assembly at the hall
and urged enthusiasm and cooperation
on the part of every member of the
society. Mr. Majors read tho consti
tution and with a 'few suggestions, it
was unanimously adopted. The char
' ter was closed with one hundred mem-
I Miss Florence Wattis
Miss Florence Wattis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Wattis, has
been selected as valedictorian of tho graduating class of the Ogden !
high school and Jlillard Wherry has been chosen to. give the saTuta-l
lory address Miss Florence has been active in school affairs and'
is one of the most popular students of the Senior class. 1
I hers enrolled. Lew Boyle was solccl
'ed as director of social affairs for the
society and he announced the first big
affair which will be a got-acquainled
; dancing party to be hold in tho Ogden
, Conservatory hall next Friday evening,
i Tho governing council is also plan
,nlng for a spring festival which is to
I bo held early in Juno when every de
jpartmcnt of the society will bo repre
sented. Along with considerable
work delegated to the council is tho
establishing of a circulL similar to the
Pantnges but of limited scope, for the
present the lour being restricted to
. the state of Utah. The programs to
I be given on this circuit will be of the
highest class and it is hoped that with
in a year the tour will include Idaho
and other nearby slates.
When the society meets each Thurs
day evening a short musical program
will fdllow tho regular business ses
sion. At last Thursday evening';;
'meeting Miss Josephine Shorten sang
a solo and 'Lester Hinchcliffe gave a
, piano selection.
A committee has been appointed to
I seek an apartment or suitable resi
dence which will bo rented as the club
home of the society members.
Methodist Foreign Missionary Society.
The Women's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal
church met at the home of Mrs. C. E.
, I'ihh, SS7 Twentieth street, last Thurs
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and a
i i ir.ely arranged program was given.
Mrs. J. G. Jtecves gave a well prcpai
cd paper on "Syria" in which she ex
plained the missionary work dene
, there and of condlliens in general.
Mrs. D. C. Crangle was next cn the
i program and she lead some notes she
K'id cm ud regarding the Philip
pine Islands. Mrs. Cartwright's paper
dealing with affairs in Slam was equal
ly as interesting as was Mrs. J. L.
Webster's paper on "Amoriea" and thoi
I talk given by Mrs. A. J. Dodson on!
'"Korea." In spite of tho inclement!
I weather a large number of tho church
ladies and their friends were present.!
Historical Society. !
Today the ladies of the Historical
; society are mooting at the homo of
Mrs. James P. Dinneen, SOS Twenty
i seventh street. An interesting pro
gram has been scheduled.
Tho Utopia club will meet tho com
ing Wednesday at the homo of Mrs. D.
j M. Papc, 2370 Madison avonue.
I W. A. to R. M. A.
Tho Wpmon's Auxiliary to the Rail-!
way Mail Asscaton will meet next;
Wednesday afternoon. April 7 at tho
(,home of Mrs. John Latimer, 035 Sev-I
leinh street. Mrs. w. A. Thacker, Mrs.
' J. V. Keyes will bo assisting hostess.!
C. E. O. Ci'liih I
The members of tho C. IS. O. club
vore the guests of Mrs. Ethel Smith
last Wednesday afternoon when a pro
gram of musical selections was given.
The hostess served temping refresh
ments at the close of the mec-llng. The
next meeting of the club will bo hole
with .Mrs. Anna Kissel, 102-1 Oram ave
nue, Wednesday, April 7. All members
are requested to bo present at t lies next
Jiyeeting. . ,.L.
I Federated V. C. f. U.
! AU members of the local federated
j W. C. T. U. are urged to be present
I at the Hireling to be held at Mrs. A.
M. McClure, 1065 Twenty-second street
on Wednesday next at '2:30. Mrs. J. E.
Welch will conduct the devotional ser
vice, "Who is my neighbor?" and "W.
C. T. U. noighbors." Miss Maud Wil
son, accompaned by Miss Reed, will
The Philathea class of the First M.
E, church Sunday school will be on-
tertained nt the home or Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Fisk, S37 20th street, corner orj
jQuincy avenue. Tuesday evening.
j. The husbands of the married ladies
and friends of the young women are
especially invited. A jolly program of
games has been planned. Refresh
ments will be served.
Mrs. L. J. Groveling entertained the
Woman's Foreign Missionary society
of the First M. E. church at "the home
of her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Fisk. SS7
Twentieth street, Thursday afternoon.
An interesting program was given on
j the Leper Colonics in the Hawaiian
islands, by Mrs. D. C. Croughn; China,
by Mrs. G. J. Reeves; Korea, by Mrs.'
A. J. Hodson; Siam. by Mrs. W. S.
Mr?. J. L. Webster gave' an inter
esting talk on her observation of the
Leper colony in the Panama canal!
zone. She also gave a descriptive ac
count of a Sunday morning Faster ser
vice she attended in a Spanish church
in Albuquerque. New Mexico. After
the business mooting, refreshments
were served bv iho hostess.
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Child Culture Club. j
! Thursday afternoon at 2:..0 nVlnnfc
the members of the Child Culture club
(met at the University club rooms with
Mrs. Parley Taylor Wright and Mrs.
(George Glen as hostesses. The presi
dent, Mrs. H. M. Barrows, .presided,
and Mrs. E. O. Wattis acted as chair
man and explained the subject for the
j day, "Child Welfare." Mrs. Wattis in
troduced Mrs. Archie Bowman who
I read a finely prepared paper on Mie
j subject for the day, after which Mrs.
Georgina Marriott led the discussion
in an able and intelligent manner,
i Judge Dan Sullivan of the juvenile
court of the city addressed the club!
; ladies on his views of the welfare of1
children, especially in Ogden. and the1
'club meeting closed after hearing Missj
! Dorothy Wright sing two especially
pp.pealing selections. She was accoui-1
, panled by Miss Gladys Wright.
Methodist Primary Department.
There will be a-fine. Easter program
in the Methodist church Primary de
partment tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock. All parents and children are
urged to attend.
City Federation of Women's Clubs.
I ,T,he Cit' Federation of Women's
clubs will meet next Wednesday at
three oVlock at tho citv hall. All
'members are urged to be present.
Bob Major to Direct Staging
of University Club Play
"The House Next Door"
Bob Majors, who has jtist complet
ed a tour or the state with the musical
treat. "Pirr, Parr, Pouf." which he di
rected, has been selected to direct tho
University club play this year Mr.
j Majors has chosen "The House Next
Door," by J. Hartley Manners, a play
which appeals to everyone and one In
which really artistic work is required
to do justice to the Hnessc of the
lines. Love of country, religious fideli
ty, race hatred, social strata and -Jealousy
are woven Into the story in an
Mr. Majors has had considerable ex
perience in the managing and direct
ing of plays and his success worthy of
especial mention was in the directing
of the play, The Man From Home."
which he .put before thousands of
French, American, English and other
allied soldiers while serving in France.
Mr. Majors was a student at the Uni
versity of Portiers, France, and ,vas
chosen to dlrot the piay from amen?
suiue '(00 American students, repre
senting large American unh ersiiic.
i His cast of players was selected to
'tour the . M. C. A. circuit in France
laud Germany and Paris papers show
jered praise on the Yankee thespinns,
j in addition to directing "Tho Man
From Home" Bob Majors has very sue
IciBsrully directed and played' in the
following: "Tho Nitgor," "Mile
stones," "The Spendthrift," "The
Climbers," "The Truth, "Hawthorne or
the U. S. A." and the following niu
sical comedies: "Plff, Paff, Pouf."
I'Miss Nobody from Mtarland." "The
, Honeymoon TraSi" and "Bean Cubbies
: from Slumbcrlr.nd." The latter was
produced in France with a soldier cast
, of former pro.cssionals. Mr. Majors
wrlo the words and lyrics und staged
the jnay. Jacob Kleins of. Now Yoik
wrote the miuic.
Within tho next few weeks Mr. Ma
jjors will school some of tho best tal
ent in Ogden jn preparation Tor Hit j
presentation of the play, the exact datei
to be announced later. j
ERITTAMIC ASSOCIATION. I
The regular meeting of the Brittanic!
association of Ogden was held last,
Monday in the Eagles' home'on Grant!
avenue. The following excellent pro-j
gram was given:
Pianoforte and violin solo i
Miss Sterling and Miss Pickett)
Bass solo Mr. J. Parsons
Reading Miss L. Croft j
Solo Miss M. Peart I
Recitation Miss Pickett
Address Mr. W. H. Johnson
Reading Miss L. Croft
Song Miss M. Peart i
Solo Mrs. D. Pickett
Pianoforte solo Mr. Robert Peart
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burton were
surprised by a merry parly of friends
at their homo last Friday evening. Mu
jslcal selections were ghen during tho
j evening and dancing was enjoyed un
til midnight when a bufret luncheon
was served to the following guests:
'Mr. and Mrs. James Simpson, Mr. and
J Mrs. Gregor Stuart. Mr. and Mrs.
j Frank CanyjUr. and.itt.Irs., p.fcorgcj.oc.li
head. "Sr., Mr. amTMrs. Harold lloy
wood, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cleve. Mr.
'and Mrs. William Birnio, Mr. and Mrs.
George Lochhead, Jr., Mrs. Elizabeth
i Hoggan, Mrd. Agnes Warner. Mrs. Ag
ones Moyes, Mr. Matthew Gait, Misses
Grace Cleve, Ruth Cleve, Grace Hoy
wood, Jean "Warner, Ruth Birnio, Jes
sie and Jannell Burton and Mr. and
Mrs. James Burton.
MISSIONARY MEETING. j
The Woman's Missionary society of
the Christian church met at the I
homo of Mrs. J. G. Leonard, 257U Faw-
ler avenue, on Thursday afternoon.
The study for the artomoon was "Thei
Healing of the Philippines." The!
leader, Mi's. C. II. Carmen, conducted
a very interesting and helpful "round ,
tabic" discussion. There were twelve!
Mrs. George II. Sanford of 23RGI
Jackson avenue announces tho en-j
gagement of her daughter, Emer, to1
the Reverend Godfrey Matthews, M. j
A., pastor of the Fir3t Congregational
church of this city. The wedding is ,
to take place. May 25.
LEAVE FOR LOS ANGELES. !
I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert R. Harris of
45S Twenty-fourth street left Ogden'
'yesterday for Los Angeles and other I
'coast cities where they will visit rela-i
lives and friends. j
FOR BRIDE AND GROOM. J
Following the wedding of Miss Dean!
ChaTfin and Harmon Pccry last Thurs-j
day morning. Mr. and -Mrs.' Ernest
Spencer gave a delightful liltlepartj
at. tbolr home in the evening, at which.
Mr. and Mrs. Peery were the honored
guests. Among those from out -oh
town were Mrs. A. F. Bailey and Earl !
RadcliffC of Salt Lake Citv. ' j
! MARRIED AT METHODIST
I Thursday at the Methodist parson-
jage occurred Hie wedding of Miss Er-
!ma Billie Lent, and . Corporal James
D. Cole, recruiting officer for the Og-
den marine corps office. The bride is
i the daughter of J. M., Lentz of the
! city engineer's office.
VISITING AND STUDYING IN
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Browning
I and daughter Ernestine are visiting in
I Los Angeles and, San Francisco for a
.rew weeks. Dr. Browning is to take
a post graduate course in pyorrhea
land extractions at San Francisco whiie
Mrs. Browning and little daughter
visit with relatives in Los Angeles.
REPUBLICAN WOMEN OF OGDEN
GO TO SALT LAKE.
A number of prominent Republican
women of Ogden are going to Salt
Lake City today to be .present at the
reception and lea to be held from 2
until 5 o'clock in the Hotel Utah. Ad
dresses will be given by a number of
well known women of Republican af
filiations, among them Mrs. Georgina
Marriott of Ogden. Mrs. Marriott will
greet all Ogden ladies wishing to attend.
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j Fine Cast Chosen for Next
Productions at "Ye Little
The Drama club or this citv is to
present the next attraction at ""Vc Lit
tle Theater" a'nd is assured that with
; all the talent Ogden afrords lite thea
ter will become a successful commit
nity institution. April 20, 21 and 22
the Drama club which Is composed o?
the best professional and semi-professional
talent in the city, will prcscm
l-uo one-act plays and cpera scenes in
costume. The players arc to be assist
ed by William Manning. Andrew T.
Ciark and Leslie II . Saville with Mis
Mary Fisher as director of the orches
tra. The orchestra will offer a pro
gram between acts and will he as
sisted by outside talent. The orches
tra program will be announced later.
Following Is the cast of the two plavs:
WILL' O' THE WISP
By Doras S. Halman
Country Woman. .Minnie Moore Browr
1 BHa O'Neill b'aliantync
Will-o'-thc-Wisp Ellen Scowcroft Eccles
lA Mf'd Rae Keck Piers
I OP-O-ME THUMB
j Frederick Fenn and Richard Prvle.
I Director, Mrs. Andrew T. Clark
! Amanda Norma Sears Evan.
lf''eii Florence Gwilliam Kd'jeker
.Celeste Mrs. PhMlip nix
ltose ivy lloulz Woollej
I Mr. Horaco Grcensmith
1 Andrew T. Clark
OPERA SCENES IN COSTUME.
! Director, Mrs. William G. King
J Scene (Carmen) Bize:
-Carmen Marianne' Browning
;Lon Jose William Manning
I La Tosca v. Puccini
J , Emma Pal no King
Cavaravossi William Manning
I Scene (Thais) Massenet.
I Thais lone Wilcox Saville
j Athaniel Leslie Saville
I The Drama club is making an effort
I to give one of the most artistic produc
tions ever attempted by the club jyic
jreal talent in the city has been en
gKged to appear.
EASTER PARTY. j
A most enjoyable Easier party was
gven this afternoon al'the home "of the!
Misses Catherine and Sherman Hen-
dershot. 2555 Quincy avenue, when the!
guests were the mmbers or the Kin
dergarten class or the First Congrega-'
tlonal church and the starr of leach-1
crs. which included the hostesses, and
the Misses Ruth Mosteller, Tressa
Drabble. Ella McCain. '
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS WILL
A number or social events are being
planned Tor the benefit of the mem-
hrM'R nT On-flnn Con ..nil T.'v, inU I - Cn
I vuiiitu 1LU10UL0 Ul U'
I lumbus during the month of April, not
jthe least in importance being the eu
i tcrtainmenl of the recently organized
troop of Catholic boy scouts on tho ev
ening of Aprii 21st. On next Wednes
jday evening. April 7th. the annual Eas-'
ter party will take place at their hall
I at 2320 Washington avenue, which
'promises to eclipse ny social function
arranged Tor by the Knights in' the
.pasL. Tho OJio Reeve orchestra will
j furnish the music especially selected
I Tor this event and a number of novel-'
; ties in dancing will be introduced. The
committee on arrangements is com-'
posed of tho following Knights and
Ladies of the S. O. PI. club: Madeline j
Quillinan, Ruth Junk, Mary Dunn, i
-Marguerite Clements, Rose Spidell,,
Catherine Kclleher. Thelma Garner,,
Lizotte Maginnis, Mary McKenna.l
Marguerile Spidell. Ray Morrissev.l
Phillip K. Smith. P. J. O'Carroll, Jas.
, Sbaughnessy.-W. E. Clements, Bart
I Dean and Ray Dean.
FLORENCE OTIS RECITALS.
' At the Methodist church next Mon
day and Tuesday, April 5 and 6, the.
Florence Otis recitals will be given
under the auspices of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union or the
city. Ogden itcs will be furnished a
real musical treat and will have tlv
privilege of listening to a finely ar-,
ranged program of vocal and instru
COLLEGE CLASS TO PRESENT
"Safety First," a ( three-act farce1
comedy by Sheldon Parmer Is to be
presented at the Weber Normal col
lege auditorium next Friday, April i),
under the direction of Miss Minnie
Moore Brown. The cast of characters,
including some of the best talent in
the school, follows:
Cast of Characters.
Jack Montgomery, a young husband
A. Walter Stevenson
Jerry Arnold, an unsuccessful fixer
.. Olin H. Rim-
Mc. iMcNutl, a defective detective
-1 Ira A. Teifv
Elmer FlaniM, awfully shrinking..
..." LeRoi B. Bhiylock
Abou Ben Mocha. A Turk from Tur
key Arthur U. Hutchens
Mabel Montgomery, Jack's wife, pity
ber: Zilpha J. Simmons
j irg.nia linclgcr, her young sister..
j Norma L. Hussey
'Mrs, Barj'Ington Bridger. their mani-
i nia Thelma M. Stephens
iZuloika, a lender Tuiklsh maiden...
i Emily C. Silver
Alary Ann O'Finnerty, an Irish cook
j lady Mary Ernstrom
j A. Waller Stevenson, business man
ager. J A. Byron Chadwick, property man.
j Time Today.
I Place In the .suburbs of a large
; Act I. Silling room in Jack's lil'
'home in the suburbs. What happened
i to Zulcika.
Act II. Same scene, a month later.
IWhat happened to Jack and Jerry.
Act III. Mrs. Bridger's garden,,
'three Aveeks later. What happened to
I Notice to Audience The curtain,
I will be lowered for a few moments
during the third act to indicate a lapse'
of three hours. j
Curtain 8:15 sharp, ;
Today only "The Girl from
the Golden West" and Sun
shine Girl Comedy. Most'
Entertaining. Utah Theatre.
i Mrs. Harmon W. Peery ' H
v iM ' - D
Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth L. Pccry in tho J IW
Peery apartments occurred the wedding of Miss Dean Chaffiu of Rfl
Fannington aud Harmon W. Pccry of Ogden, Bishop 0. M. Sander- 1 H
son performing the marriage ceremony. The bride is the daughter ' jH
of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Y. Chaff in of Fannington. Mr. and Mrs. Peery H
are now on their honeymoon trip to the northwest, and along the H
Pacific coast. "They will be at home iu Ogden canyon at the Peery EH
camp this summer. j
LARGE PARTY AT BERTHANA
' One of the prettiest events of the
season was given at (he Berthana last
evening when the members of the Mu
tual Improvement Association of the
I Weber Stake gave a dancing party.
, Airs. Chris Flygare had charge of the
affair for the Y. L. AI. I. A. and David
Wilson managed the party for the Y.
! AI. AI. I. A. They wore assisted by
i board members In receiving and en
tertaining the guests. One of the pleas
ing features of the evening's enter
tainment was the singing by the Web
i or Normal College Glee club under tho
(direction of William II. .Manning. The
reception hall of tho Berthana was
prettily decorated Tor the occasion
With spring flowers while In Iho blue
room Easter lilies were used errectivc
ly. During tnc evening Trull punch was
served in the hall. Aliss Lillian
Thatcher's orchestra furnished the
HOM FROM CALIFORNIA
Airs. Alerliu J. Slone of 2SGD Grant
avenue is home from southern Cali
fornia whore she has been spending
the greater part of the winter months.
RETURNS TO GREEN RIVER
Airs. W. A. Patterson who has boch
visiting in Ogdon as the guest of Mrs.
Leo Yates for the past week has re
turned to her homo in Green River.
Air. and Airs. George Collins of 111
Twenty-third street celebrated the I Vfl
twenty-fifth anniversay of their wed Pjfl
ding last night at the family home. A j
number of relatives and friends galh ' wjM
ered to congratulate the happy couple
and many beautiful gifts were pre J
scnted to them in honor of the occa y
sion. In a gracefully decorated room i
an evening's entertainment was enjoy
ed consisting of vocal and instrumen
tal music. Ferns and carnations fig- ( H
ured prominently in the scheme of dec
oration. At the close delicious refresh j Hl
raents were served.
MISS CONROY GOES TO SALT i
Mss Alac Conroy. who has bcon buy
or in tho x'cady-to-wcar department ol ll
the W. H. Wright & Sons company for KB
some lime, has accepted a po3itioc v HS
with- Walker Brothers in Salt Lake HH
LEAVE FOR WASHINGTON
Mrs. Henry Y. .McLaughlin, accom
panied by her daughter, Miss Cather-
ine AIcLaughlin, IcTt Ogden one day
this week for an extended visit in El
lensburg, Washington, where they will
he the guests of Mrs. AlcLaughlin's i WM
daughter. Airs. C. J. Kclleher.
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Mr. and Mrs. F. Allan MeGuire wish to announce the engagement"' qHH
of their daughter, Lula Elaine, to Benjamin F. Stauffer of St. Johnsr IHSI
Kansas. . Tne . wedding is to take place early this njonth. Mr. and, IHI
Mrs. McGnire and family formerly resided in Ogdeii and have quite' IBifl
a circle of friends here. The family is now living in St. Johns,- IHI