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Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, June 21, 1913, Image 11

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Governor and Airs. William Spry
. -vero tho honored guests at a dinner
ghlfen last Saturday, evening, by tho
members of the outgoing staff of tho
past administration. The banquet hall
of tho Hotel Utah presented a brilliant
scene, in which the full dress uniforms
of tho outgoing and incoming staffs
played a big part. The hall was ap
propriately decorate i with many flags,
I both in honor of Flag day and of the
I nature of the affair. A number of
I -- officers and ladies from Fort Douglas
I wore present. More than thirty guests
I enjoyed tho supper and the informal
reception that preceded It.
The Woman's Missionary society of
the First Prosbytorlan church held its
last mooting Tuesday afternoon at tho
home of Mrs. John Wllhart. Tho pro
gram included papers by Mrs. Ghoovor
Ion "Tho Japanese in America," by
Mrs. V. M. Whites on "Alaska," and by
Mrs. Goddard on "Coreans and Chinese
in America." There was also a. splen
did musical program. TJie society was
adjourned until September.
On Wadnosdoy last Miss Andrea
Rich and Mr. Arthur V. Watklns of
Vernal wore married. The coromony
took plnco,in tho Temple, President Jo
seph F. Smith -off iolatlng. And In tho
evening a rocoption was given at tho
bride's homo In CentPrvlllp.
The bride is a daughter of Ben B.
Rich and a sister of Attorney Bon L.
Rich of Salt Lake. The groom is
practicing; law at Vernal, and after
July 1 the new family will be at home
In that promising town enst of the
Many Salt Lake and other friends of
the young people attended tho Cen
torvlllo reception. Mr. Watklns is a
I graduate of Columbia university, and
is looked upon as one of the rising
men in influence and activity for tho
oxtenslvo roglon between tho Wasatch
range and the Colorado lino.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jeffs enter
tained a number of the youngor set
Wodnosday night at a dam-tng party at
tho beautiful Wall homo In South
Temple stroet for Mrs. Jeff's slstor,
Miss Olive Wall. The young pooplo
woro recelvod In the ballroom, on tho
third floor, which was delightfully
cool, having the double doors swung
opon. A bower of palms made tho ball
room still more attrpqtlvo and lout a
I festive olr to Clio place. - The sldo
porch on the top' floor was,, converted
Into a dining room; whore a dainty
supper was seyed-aftor dancing.
St. Louis would -like to know why
glrs .occupying a prominent position
in its society girls, of wealth tho
parents of some,, indeed, aro milllon-
. aires should spend their 'summer
looking after the playgro.unds of poor
v 4. cliijdren,- fop whtolltilsexpopted they.
. ?.': J&M1 mwgft.y ndf thus'ikkopxpoor
j. rvKirls'wh-eljWneedJ the'monoyfrofn'
"? t-jpvearnner.ajfew dpllaf Ilsnnprfiv-
W.f5 x.,n..?I?ia&.d4,dVrlvJ.uPv nor
, summe'r outlnffand-rmnfflH, ln-StsEouIa
during tho hot months to dovote a few
hours every day looking after tho lit--.
tie ones. Miss Elizabeth Crunden, who
is now in Pittsburg visiting friends,
will return in a few weeks to St. Louis'
to take part in similar work, and both
she. and Miss Drew supposedly will re
ceive salaries. Probably it is is only
a fad that the young women will re
gret having adopted as soon as the
town Is deserted and It gets very
warm, when they will most likely pack
up i their trunk; and fly to cooler
spots. But for the sake of tho no
toriety they appear to bo seeking, it
seems rather selfish to be keeping
needy girls from earning a llttlo
An elaborate and delightful dinner
dance was given Monday night by
Miss Jackotta McCuno for her house,
guests from Ggdan. Sixteen woro
present for tho dinner and a number
of others came In later for tho danc
ing. The beautiful house was very
pettily decorated and tho hospitality
of tho homo was thrown open to thorn.
Dainty llttlo sllvor vanity boxes woro
favors for the girls, while tho men
wore presented with silver pockot
knives. The guests from Ogden who
are members of tho house party woro
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bristol, Mrs. David
Eccles, Miss Daisy Kuhn, Miss Edna
Townc, William Larkln, Jack Iley
wood, Walter Whalon and Charles
Koyser. Others at tho dinner woro
Merle Taylor of Provo, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald S. Campbell, Miss Mignon
Denhnlter, Miss Aline Carter and Dar
win Richardson.
Miss Doane Alder was the guest of
honor Tuesdny at a breakfast given
by Miss Helen Ellorbock and Miss
Vivian Ellorbock. SIxtoon guests were
seated at a long table, which was
pretty with green shaded candles and
a sllvor bowl of coral sweet peas for
the centerpiece. Tho placo cards woro
hand-paint)3d designs appropriate for
tho occasion. The library was tates
fully decoratod with rosos. The rost
of tho house was cool and attractive
with green and white In tho flowers
and ferns.
Aftor breakfast tho guests dlvklled
In four tables and played bridge for
tho nftornoon. Thoso who woro In
vited to meet Miss Aldor woro Miss
Elizaboth Lane, Miss Luclle Punefoy,
Miss Ruth Brubakor, Miss. Hazel Cut
ler, Miss Etta Dus:m, Miss lstnel Ty
ree, Miss Belle Tyrco, Miss Martha
Henderson, Miss Blanche Henderson,
Miss Kntherine Paul, Miss Mabel Cul
ler and M,Isg' Elizabeth Baldwin.
Mrs. William Igleheart, a former
resident of Salt Lako, who has passed
the winter In California, is expected
hone today, Jo visit Mrs; C. R.- Poarsall
-and other friends.
'- Mr. and Mrs.-Louis -Colin and-thoir
-.daughtor, Mlas-EdnaCohn,-salIod last
Saturday ton rthts steamshlpGe"bga,
Washington for- Europe', 'where- they i
will remain several montljgjMlss
Colin may. remain, in. Germantfjg1s a
year to pursuo her muslcawudies
there. ..- - tsra
, ' 3S&
Lieutenant H. G. Ball 6f FMSDoug'
las leaves today for San Frarfclsco,
where he will bo stationed. fwH' has
recently been, transferred; to !jR Pns
sidlo, and It Is rumored thatJIfraNgoes
there to claim a California bju!i,
" .a&
Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Wyatt, T&ttdiaVo
just bought tho SemlohvMiisj-and
have come here to make thelrftdme,
have found a gjreat many frle,fidjj Mr.
and Mrs. Wyatt are'rOjccftrnpalpd by
Mr. Wyatt's mother from Atlawj', Gn.,
and Mrs." Wyatt's aunt, JjSpV K1,u
Dowey, a cousin of Admira&Sypowoy.
They are southern people fiHoharm
... jf 4hv & ..- ,.,.;- .;
and aro being cordially necolvrra,
-" ?'",
Miss Norino Robinson eitWtalned
last Saturduy night for Miss Constance
Bruor, whose marriage to (XC Folk
rod will take placo tho latt,part of
tho month. Pink and white rsds wore
used for the decorations. . A dainty
roso supper was served in the dining
room, where Miss Meryl JJfiblnson
assisted. j
Mr. W H. Eardloy, after three
weeks stay In southern California, has
returned to this city. Returning, he
visited sonue of the mining cnips of
Nevada. . -
ni ;
Lieutenant and Mrs. Arthur,T.,Dal
ton, formerly with tho TwentlHh, who
. have been on a long leave of absence
In Boston, have arrived atFprt Doug
las to rejoin their rsglutena
Mrs. David Keltic arrived homis on
Mondny from an extended California
trip. 'SW
f jf
Life's sotting sun
Ooldons tho haze
Like many days
l'Vo seen before.
I ask no more,
Yot, If Ills will J
Permits me still . '
To linger here,
I hopo some cheer "
I may Impart, ,
By loving heart,
To kindred dear. '-. ',
Then, without fear "'
I'll say good-bye
And homoward fly; y
And at the gato '
I'll watch and' wait J .
- Their oomlng, too. ,
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