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I 10 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
A very large and pretty home wedding of the
H week was that of Miss Myrtle McEvoy and Ber-
M nard Rohlfing at the McEvoy home Wednesday
M evening. Miss Edna Shepherd and Miss Lou Hays
H attended the bride, and Clyde McEvoy was best
H man. A reception followed the ceremony at
M which Mrs. A. Cunningham, and Mrs. A. E. Mar-
M getts assisted in receiving. Mr. and Mrs. Itohl-
M ling left later for a short wedding trip, and will
M make their home in Nevada later.
M The first battalion of the Twentieth regi-
H ment. arrived Wednesday and the Post is full to
H overflowing. The regiment is under command
H of Major Burnham who is already well known
H locally through his having been stationed at
B Fort Douglas several years ago, and with him
H Wednesday came Lieutenants Wrightson and
H Bowen and Captain Chapman, the ranking cap-
H tain of the regiment. Four or five other officers
H were with the battalion and the rest will arrive
H within the next three weeks. Major and Mrs.
H Burnha- staying with Major and Mrs. Ar-
H rasmith. . Chapman is a sister of Captain
H Garrison .u Jaskey, the adjutant of the Fif-
H teenth. The officers of the latter regiment and
H their wives are preparfng as rapidly as possible
H for their departure from the post November sec-
H ond. Many of the ladies will leave for San Fran-
M cisco before that date.
M Town Topics notes that the Lawrence Town-
M sends, formerly of Salt Lake, are back in Wash-
M ington from their summer at Murray Bay that
M 1b Mr. Townsend and Yvonne are, Mrs. Townsend
B being still in Europe, and their son, who is a
M passed midshipman in the navy, is with his ship.
M All of her mother's admirers insist that Yvonne
H will never be as attractive as that fascinating
H lady, but she is nevertheless the life of evnry
M place she visits and keeps things bubbling in
M her vicinity. Her father dotes on her and is es-
H pecially proud of her musical talents. As usual,
H Mrs. Townsend, mere, has been much feted on
B the other side and will come back to Washington
B with pleasant memories.
H Very beautiful was the wedding of Miss
H Louise Osborne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
H Osborne, and Jerome Fargo Sears of Buffalo,
H New York, which took place at St. Mark's Ca-
H thedral Thursday at high noon. Miss Isabel Os-
H borne, a sister of the bride, attended her as maid
H of honor, while Miss Alvina Eisenmann of San
H Francisco and Miss Amy Osborne were the brides-
H maids. Winthrop Sears, the bridegroom's
H brother, acted as his best man, and Lieutenants
Hj Garcy and Santschi of the Fifieenth infantry were
H the ushers. An elaborate wedding breakfast was
H served at the Osborne home onEast First South
street immediately after the ceremony. Both
church and home were beautifully decorated and
Bishop Spalding and Dean Colladay officiated at
Among the affairs at which Mrs. E. W. Wil
son of San Francisco has been the honored guest
this week, was the luncheon given in her honor
Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Thomas Marioneaux
and Mrs. George W. Snow at the home of the
former. The guests included Mrs. W. H. Mc
Intyre, Mrs. George A. Snow, Mrs. Glen Miller,
Mrs. Harry M. Fennemore, Mrs. Howard S. Stowe,
Mrs. J. R. Letcher, Mrs. J. C. Hanchett, Mrs.
W. F. Adams and Mrs Win, H. Dale
Mrs. Elmer E. Darling entertained Tuesday
afternoon at her home at bridge, followed by
In compliment of her guest, Mrs. L. Friedland
er, of Seattle, Mrs. L. Singerman entertained
Senator and Mrs. Reed Smoot have issued in
vitations for a reception and dance to be held
at the Hotel Utah Wednesday evening of next
A tea of the early week will be that given
by Miss Emma Quigley Tuesday afternoon at
the Quigley home on East Temple street.
For Mrs. Wll T. Dinwoodey of Napa, Cali
fornia, who is here as her guest, Mrs. Leroy G.
Dinwoodey entertained at a luncheon Tuesday
with covers laid for ten.
Beautifully appointed and very gay, the party
given by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simon for their
daughter, Miss Irene, at the Utah Hotel Monday
evening, was the largest affair the first few
nights of the week had to offer. Dancing fol
lowed the reception and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Si
mon assisted in receiving the guests.
In honor of Miss Louise Osborne, whose wed
ding occurred Thursday at noon, the Misses
Alice and Mary Wall entertained at a bridal tea
and linen shower Monday afternoon at the Wall
The many friends of Doctor Samuel G. Paul,
health commissioner of Salt Lake, learned with
interest of his marriage Wednesday, in Ely, Ne
vada, to Miss Ella "Napier. The engagement had
been rumored, but a good many of the doctor's
friends were not aware of the proximity of the
wedding. Few public officials have ever achieved
so great a degree of popularity in so short a
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