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BILE the great craze for golf golfthat golfthat goirthat
WHILE W that swept over the country countrya
a few years ago has in large largemeasure largemeasure largemeasure
measure died out there are still many manydevotees manydevotees manYdevotees
devotees of the sport who are determined determinedthat
that it t shall not share the fate of many manyof
of the pastimes that have sunk into ob oblivion oblivion oblivion ¬
livion after a short wave of popularity popularityThe
The merits of the game itself It elf will serve serveto seneto
to keep It alive for it Is a manysided manysidedamusement manyaidedamusement manysidedamusement
amusement and one that appeals to a avariety avariety L Lvariety
variety of tastes tastesFirst tastesFlr tastesFIrSt
First Flr t there is the sporting side of the thegume1 thegame1 thegam
gume1 gam which satisfies the lovers of a acontest aontest aContest
contest then there Is the recreation recreationphase recreationphase recreatloiiphase
phase of the game for it is interesting interestingeven
even to those who play it only as a achange achange ahange
change from the routine of their dally dallylift dallyI daily1ift
I lift and again there is the advantage advantageit
it gives of providing exercise for many manywho man manwho manywho
who would otherwise lead a compara comparatively comparatively comparalively ¬
tively inactive life lifeAnd lifeAnd lifeAnd
And not the least interesting feature featureof
of the sport is the social Ial side In the theE thegolf theg1f
E golf if tournament which opens tomorrow tomorrowat I
at the Country club we find many o oour of ofour ofour
our moat prominent society women en enttred enttred entered
ttred as a contestants conte tant for the Country Countryclub Countrydub Countryclub
club championship Many will wilibe be there therevho therewho thereho
who ho for various reasons have not been beenk beenkeping beenkepIng
keping k oping in practice for the season an ans and andt <
s t who are such ardent golfers that thattilt thattht thath
th Y cannot let the contest go by with withit
it > trying their skill with the stick stickMany sticklany stickUany
Many others have been b n seen on the theInks thelInk theI
Inks I nk throughout the entire summer and andthot andtl andthrit
thot tl < 1t they will make a strong fight fo fothe for forthe forthe
the honors goes without saying sayingIn alngIn
In the qualifying contest only nine ninholes nineholes nineImles
holes will be played but for the cham chainTionshlp chamIionshlp chamrionahlp
Tionshlp the courwe will be one of eight eightf
f tn < n holes And each fair contestant will wilK willYe willhtve
K htve ve ardent supporters whose who e words o oencouragement of offncourasement ofeflOUTttfleflt
encouragement will do much to aid in inn Ininning inwinnIng
n inning the battle battleMany battleIany battleMany
Many who do not play the games gamesthemselves gamesthemselves gamesthemselves
themselves are nevertheless interested interestedL Inter ted tedk
L k the coming tournament and Monday Mondai Mondayill >
w ill i find many man motoring out to the links linksenjoying linkst linkstnjoying
enjoying t to the full the beautiful sun sunfhine sunFhine sunhine
fhine of these glorious autumn days dayswhile dayswhile daysvhile
while making the ride to the beautiful beautifuCountry beautifulCountry beautIfulCountry
Country club And after the grounds groundare groundsare
are reached those who are not prepar preparIng preparIng preparing
Ing to enter the contest will wander wandehere wanderhre wanderhere
here and there stopping a moment fo fon for forn
n little chat with this friend or a wordflf word wordof
of encouragement for those whose whosefiends whosefriend whosefiend
fiends are to play in the games And Andafter Andafter Andafter
after the games are over there will 111 be betl beUe betie
tl Ue e gathering in theclub room for a cup cupof cupIf
of If f tea and words of congratulations congratulationsf
f fr llr < > r the successful succe sful players Salt Lake Lakesociety Lakesodety Lakesoiety I
society has taken kindly to the game gamerni gamer gameni
rni r T1o1 the members who ho are not active activeK activegQ1ters activeglfers
K gQ1ters < ilfers have arranged many man social af affairs afftlrs atLtirs
fairs which will be held in conjunction conjunctionwith
with the tournament
Miss lone Morrison will 1111 be e th thhen thhenored hon henored honored ¬
ored guest at a bridge tea on Thursday ThursdayTvith
Tvith T ith Mrs Frank B Stevens as hostess hostesson
on Tuesday TUe da evening Mrs RussellSchulder RussellSchulder Russell RussellSchulder
Schulder will 111 entertain with a dinner dinnerparty dlrmerparty dinnerparty
party for Miss Morrison Morrl on and her bridal bridalparty bridalurty bridalrarty
party MI Miss Morrison will also be the theR thegJest theguest
R guest Jest of honor honorat at a bridge hrkJ e tea to be begiven begive begiven
given by Mrs L C Miller on Wednes Wednesday WOOnday Wednesday ¬
day afternoon at her home in East EastFirst EastFirst EastFirst
First South street streetAn streetAn StreetAn
An informal bridge tea will be begiven begiven begiven
given at the Country Countr club Tuesday Tu y af aft aftt t ttrnoon tmoon
moon t the he hostess being Mrs 118 George GeorgeA
A Airia AiriaMrs AidIrs AiriaMrs
Mrs Irs T R R Black who entertained entertainedxun
Van a Kensington Ken lnton Friday will be bohostess behnstesa behistese
hostess this week at two bridge teas teasgucn teasbinn teasgiven
given on Wednesday and Thursday aft aftc aftrnoo18 aftrnoors
c rnoor rnoorMrs rnoo18Irs rnoorsMrs
Mrs L C Miller iUer has issued Is med invita invitations InvitaUms invitatIfls ¬
tions for a tea to be given Monday aft afternoon aftErnoon aftCrflcon ¬
ernoon Oct 25 S at her home in East EastFirst EastFir EastFirst
First Fir t South street streetMiss strPetIiss streetMiss
Miss Vedi Beebe will be the honored honoredu honoredglld
glld gi u < st t at a number of delightful affairs affairst
t be given during the week Miss Sy Syb Syllla Sylila
b llla 1U Clayton Cla ton will entertain for her herTu hrTUlsda herTusday
Tu TUlsda Tusday sday afternoon with a five hundr hundr1ruty hundrd hundrdr > 0 0I
I Arty to be given at her home in Sn Sni
i 1 avenue Thursday Tbur day the Mist MisiiIon Ii1fclj > s sMunon
Munon lj non and Viola Denhalter will s sfive RH RHfi gvfive
five fi e hundred party in Miss Beebe Beebeshnor Beehesh s sh
h hnor iifr and Wednesday Vedne8da she will be guest guestof
of honor at a luncheon to be given by byI1s byIrs
51 Irs s Morrell N Farr at her home in inCordon injrdon inIi
Cordon Ii rdon avenue avenueMiss ayenuefSIJ avenueMiss
Miss Beulah Woodruff and Miss Nor Norr
r L Woodruff will m entertain for Miss Issl
1 cbe be on Saturday afternoon af rnoon with a ancheon a1Cheon
1 ncheon to be given at their home in inivUth iiuth 1 1uth
ivUth uth Fifth East street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The Misses Anna AIII and Genevieve Mc Mcinick Mernlck Ic IcIlrnlck
inick will w l entertain with a bridge tea teato teato teatn
to be given at their home in Center Centerstreet Centerstreet CenterStreet
street Monday afternoon afternoonAn
An Informal hop will be given at Fort FortDouglas FortDouglall FortDouglas
Douglas next Friday evening this thisbi thisbdng thisbing
bi bdng ing one of a series of post CHJt dances to tot togiven
t < given during the winter by the fort fortofficers fuotoffiers fortofficers
officers officersMiss offiersIlss officersMiss
Miss Gertrude McGraUi will be the theJ thesteS6 thcstese
J tess = at a dinner party to be given giveni gt n n1ooXt
i 1ooXt xt Wednesday evening with ith Miss MiesG MissGnevle
G Gnevle 1 nevieve McCornkk a sa the guest tf f
hi bnor nor
H <
bridge tea will be given von by Mr MrL MrsLdyard Ir IrLf <
L Lf Ldyard yard Bailey next Thursday after afterT afterrlon afterron
T ron > on complimentary to her niece Miss 4js 4jsJey
J TIIY y De Camp who Is a guest for the thevInter theinter thee1nter
inter at the Bailey y home homeMrs home1lrs
0 Mrs George R Raymond will enter entertai entertai entertair
tai tair the members of her bridge club at ata ata ata
a luncheon to be given at her home In Intat IntIll inthe
tat Woodruff apartments on Thursday Thursdayt
Ot < Jt t 21 21Miss 2111i8S 21Miss
Miss Jean McNelll will entertain Sat Saturday Sattlrday Sattriay ¬
urday Oct 21 I with a theatre theatreparty party In Inr InInor
1 r nor < of Mrs William St Claire Rlv RlvThe RlvC RivThe
< c The matinee will be followed by a aI aInheon l lJnheon
I Jnheon n hcon at Franklins FranklinsMrs Flanklf1iIrs
Mrs Irs B F Ott will entertain entertainr the ther t tT
r rmbers of her Kensington Ken lngton club next nextFriday nextFrjday nextFriday
Friday aftornoon at her home in the theOiks thoJaks thekg
Oiks kg apartments apartmentsMrs
Mrs G II Hardy will entertain her herDiving herErwln herrwing
Diving club at her home on Thursday
ftpnoon ftpnoonMrs ftfrnJfnMrs ftrnoonMrs
Mrs J J S Bransford will entertain the ther therhmbers thermbers
r rhmbers mbers of her sewing club next n t Thurs Thursu
< u J IUV afternoon at her home in the Brans Bransf Dransfrd Bransfid
f fid jd apartments
One of the beautiful affairs of Satur Saturday Saturd1Y Saturthy ¬
day was the luncheon given at the theKnutsford
Knutsford 1 < hotel by Mrs Joseph Young Youngand Youngnnd Youngand
and Mr Wlzfbeth zlbtth Bonnemort in h hlwr hlwrIf nor nordf
df If Irs rs TVTTr1 1Jn Spry and Mr Jo Join Jomoks JoinTJn9f > n nT
T TJn9f an f bi oks s 1Hrft wer werEte > err e p H HE ttEtIJe
E EtIJe > e t p r I r 11J i zd zdthuily < J i I i itiiully jtiruiIy
tiiully LnUaieJ uhhtJ in Amuiuan i5vauy 1301
roses and chrysanthemums The renter renterpiece rcnterpiece centerpiece
piece was a large cluster of the Amen American Amedean Amencan ¬
can Beauty roses and large bouquets Ofchrysanthemums ofchrysanthemums of ofchrysanthemums
chrysanthemums were placed at either eitherend elth eItherend r rend
end Smilax and ferns wore used with withpretty withpretty withpretty
pretty effect on the table baskets of ofgrowing cfgrowing ofgrowing
growing ferns being placed hero and andthere andthere andthere
there Handpainted place curuo in inAmerican InAmerican inAmerican
American Beauty roses were iald for forfiftyfive
fiftyfive guests Those assisting the thehostesses thehoste thehostesses
hostesses hoste ses were Mrs Newton Dtnyon DcnyonMrs DtnyonIrs DtnyonMrs
Mrs Irs T S Keogh Mrs H C Hoffman HoffmanMrs
Mrs T D Ryan of Ogden and Mrs MrsThomas MrsThomas MrsThomas
Thomas Fitzgerald of Ogden A num number number numher ¬
ber of delightful musical selections ware warerendered warerendered
rendered by the Hawaiian Troubadours Troubadoursduring TrlJubadoursdurIng Troubadoursduring
during the afternoon afternoonX
X J < A AMrs II IIMrs
Mrs A H Little entertained Friday Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon
afternoon at a delightful theatre party partyLuncheon partyLuncheon
Luncheon at Franklins followed the thematinee thematinee thematinee
matinee matineeA
a jij 1 1A
A pretty affair given at Rowland Hall Hallwas Hallwas
was the dinner Friday In honor of ofFounders ofFounders ofFounders
Founders day Covers were laid for foralumnae foralumnae foralumnae
alumnae and the Junior and senior day
Mrs Irs Keim a prominent club woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who is the guest of her brother H S SOwen SOwen SOwen
Owen will leave today todR for Denver Mrs MrsKeim 11rsKeirn MrsKeim
Keim has held many prominent offices in innational Innational Innational
national organizations being one of the thehonorary thehonorary thehonorary
honorary presidents of the national or organization 01ganlzatlon orgenization ¬
ganization of the D A R She is also alsogeneral alsogeneral alsogeneral
general publicity chairman at Washing Washington ¬
ton Of the Womans omans Harbors and Rivers
students stud Crimson C r D Qq nru and lLJ1dIn andEUse white whiteTffled
Tffled In flBWrltlnV Umtl1 tffit1IeT the table tablethe lDiVrThg lDiVrThgthe TeD img imgthe
the evening other guests were enter entertained entertalned entertamed
tamed and anda a delightful musical program programwas
was rendered renderedMiss renderedlUss renderedMiss
Miss Ruby Williams was tendered a asurprise asurprise asurprise
surprise party Friday evening at her herhome l1 herhome r rborne
home in Kenwood place Four tables tablesof
of 600 OO were played pla ed and prizes were won vonby wonb wonby
by b Mrs Irs C F Jennings and Orvin Mor Morris Morris Mortie ¬
ris Autumn leaves were effectively effectivelyused eff Uel Uelused
used in the decorations A delightful delightfulmusical deUght delightfulmusical l lmusicnl
musical program was given by Mrs Or Orvin Orvin Orln ¬
vin Morris Mrs lrs Harry Cushing and andMiss an anI1ss andMiss
Miss Ruby Williams WilliamsIn
= I <
In honor of Miss Erma Read who whowill whowill whowill
will be married this week a shower was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given yesterday afternoon by Mrs Dan Daniel DanIel Daniel ¬
iel Collum Eighteen guests were en entertained trtertalned entertained ¬
tertained and the hostess was assisted assistedby
by Miss Frpncis Fr nds Me McMaster Master A ooorMISS ooor cotorMISS oJorMISS
Miss Martin the charming young youngdaughter youngdaughter oungdaughter
daughter of Professor and Mrs A S SMartin SIartln SMaitln
Martin has just returned from a four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years trip abroad Miss Martin spent a ayear aear ayear
year ear in Berlin studying the pianoforte pianoforteunder pianoforteunder pianoforteunder
under Madam Jonas
scheme of pink and white was effective effectively ¬
ly carried out in the decorations with a abank abank abank
bank of cosmos in those shades forming formingthe onnlngthe
the table centerpiece centerpiecet centerpieceSo
t SoThe 1The JK JKThe
The home of Mrs Irs George H Brown BrownIn
In South Eighth East street was wasthe wasthescene the thescene thescene
scene of a thimble party given Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day afternoon when the ladies of the thePhillips thePhillips thePhillips
Phillips Congregational church were wereentertained wertentertained wereentertained
entertained by Mrs E Chambers Mrs MrsW MrsV
W V C Veasle and Brs Brown Purple Purpleand Purpkand Purpleand
and white asters were effectively com combined combined cornbined ¬
bined with autumn leaves in the deco decorations decorations decorations ¬
rations throughout the rooms The TheHostesses Thehoste88eg Thehostesses
Hostesses were s re assisted in serving by byMrs byMrs byMrs
Mrs George Uden of Idaho and Irs MroX MrsN IrsNo
X J Johnson JohnsonA
A delightful bridge tea was given givenWednesday givenYednesday givenWednesday
Wednesday afternoon at the home of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs F E McGurrin In the Bransford Bransfordapartments Bransfordapartments Bransfordapartments
apartments wlth Ith Mrs Rose BIttinger BIttingeras
as the guest of honor Five tables of ofbridge ofbridge ofbridge
bridge were played during the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
In honor of Mlssj Ml Vedi Beebe a popu popuar popular popular
lar ar brideelect the Misses Rea and andAlice a1dAlice aidAlice
Alice Nibley entertained sixty guests guestswith guestswJtb guestswith
with a delightful afternoon tea Wed Wednesday Wednesday Vednesday ¬
nesday at their home in North West Westlemple Westemple VestIemple
lemple street A pretty arrangement arrangementof
of autumn leaves l twes and bright red ber beries berries hernies
ies of the mountain ash were used in inho Intho inthe
ho decorations Sprays of the autumn autumneaves aut autumnleaves mn mnleaves
leaves eaves were w re drapJad over o r the windows windowsnil wln40wsan1
an1 nil the th chandellars chandellarsA
A Iiiru lace 1a cloth < covered the dining diningW dInlltab diningtab7 >
tab < W w wiieh ntrh was lighted light d with rf lfJl lfJld re4l re4lhH4 l ll
hH4 d < d l < Ifubr Th < t tib bV t crn < onr onrII n r ri rIi
II i 11 t as < S a Ion bank of red ib dJhUs
I and nasturtiums and the same flowers flowerswere flowersI flowersWere
were used with pretty effect elfe t through throughout ¬
I out the rooms A screen of palms was wasarranged wasarranged wasarranged
arranged in the back hall and anr here the theTroubadours t11 t11I theTroubadours
I Troubadours played during the after afternoon afteri at tcr tcrnoon ¬
i noon Those assisting at the punch punchbowl punchbowl punchbowl
bowl were the Misses Rehan Spencer SpencerNan SpeneerNan SpencerNan
Nan Clawson Margaret Taylor and andEdith audEdith andEdith
Edith Imsenberry ImsenberryA
A charmingly appointed dinner was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that given Wednesday evening by Mrs MrsT MrrT In InT
T LX 1 Woodbridge at her horns in tilt thrStauffer tiltStnuITer tiiiStauffer
Stauffer apartments Covers Cov rs wen laid laidfrr Jaldfr laidfer
frr twelve guests guestsMrs guestst guestsMrs guestsMrs t
Mrs C H Harlan and Mrs R W WHill V V VHill
Hill were the hotesses at a brldga tel telgh teigiven tetgiven
given gh n at The Th Caithness apartments apartmentsWednesday apaltmentsedncsdrv apirtmentsWednosdrv
Wednesday afternoon The bridge ta tables tables tables ¬
bles were lighted with red shaded can candles canles candies ¬
dies les and a cluster of beautiful red redcarnations redcarnations rodcarnations
carnations graced the center of each eachtable eachtable cac cactable
table Autumn leaves were effectively effectivelyused
used In the other decorations through throughout ¬
out the rooms Assisting the hostess hostessin
in the dining room were Mrs W V H HWeyher HVeher HWeyher
Weyher and Mrs H W Sherwood Sherwoodwhile Sherwoodwhile Sherwoodwhile
while Mrs Fred Knudson and Mrs MrsThomas MrsThomas Irs IrsThomas
Thomas Shannon presided at the punch punchbowl punchbowl punchbowl
bowl Seven tables of bridge were wereplayed wereplayed wereplayed
played the prize winners being beIngIrs Mrs G GW Gr 0VT
W r Lambourne and an Mrs W H Tobias TobiasMiss TobiasMIss ToblasMtss
Miss Elinor Stewart was the hostess hostessat
at a delightful tea with which she en entertained cmtertained Ontertained ¬
tertained a number of friends Infor Informally Informall informally ¬
mally mall Thursday afternoon at her home homein
in First avenue A color scheme of yel yellow yellow yellow ¬
low was effectively carried out In the thedecorations theecorations theOecoratlons
decorations with clusters of yellow yellowililiinp yellow1llb yellowii1iar
ililiinp pla plarI < vrl about the therooms rooms Many
e < 2st > < < 4 tffrJ tffrJMRS v
congress whlcn was formed at President aPresldentRoosevelts PresidentRoosevelts PresidentRoosevelts
Roosevelts request as an adjunct to the thesimilar thesimilar thesimilar
similar organization for men Mrs Keim Keimhas Keirnhas Keimhas
has just returned from the coast where whereshe whereshe whereshe
she appeared at a number of club gath gatherings gathering gatherings ¬
erings Mrs Keim was wllsone one of the speak speakers ¬
ers at the recent re ent club federation held In Inthis InthIs Inthis
this city and also at the meeting of the theD
D A R held Thursday
u 4i1ere re onto usingthsro4au usingthsro4aunonn k 1 1gnonn
gnonn gnonnThe nonn nonnThe
The Alta club was the th scene Wednes Wednesday vrectnesdn Wednesday ¬
day dn of 1 beautiful b luncheon given b bMit bIrb by >
Mit Irb 11 Elms A Smith In honor if her herguests hergUf herguets
guests gUf < ts Mrs A S Myriclt and un Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge Lrs LrsGeorge
George R Bentel of Los Angeles An elcs A Alarge AJar A1are
large Jar e cluster clu ter of pink roses graced the thecenter thelenter theenter
center of the luncheon tible t < l le where wherecovers isherecovers hcrO hcrOcOVtrs
covers wtrt laid for eight gusts guvstsThe gustsThe Ul sts stsIh
The Ih second of a series of delightful delightfulteas
teas being given by Mrs C H Harlan Hnrllnand Harlanand Harlanand
and Mrs R W V Hill Hillin in the Caithness Caithnessapartments Calthnesl1npatments Caithnessapartments
apartments was was the 500 party with withwhich withwhich withhIeli
which they entertained entert < lrned Thursday after afternoon afternoon ft r rIoon ¬
noon at their apartments in the Calth Calthress C1ithr Cathres
ress r esz The house h use was beautifully leco lecoratod k lecoratedin > co coratedin
ratod ratedin in autumn aut mn leaves arid red carna carnations carhlLlion carmitioni ¬
lion a bouquet of the blossoms blo soms deco decorating t1e 1eeorating o outlng ¬
rating each of the small tables Mrs MrsFred MrsFred Irs IrsFred
Fred Knudson and Mrs Irs A L Palmer Palmerassisted Palmrasisted Palmerairisted
assisted the hostess In the dining diningrcom dfningreom diningroom
room The prize winners In the can cansame card cardgame cardgames
same were Mrs Irs W V H Weyhcr chct and andMiss andMIss andMi
Miss Mi Anna Tinsman TinsmanMrs TinsmanIt TinsmanMrs
> It t tIrs
Mrs Irs Jack Taylor was the hostess at ata ata ata
a charming affair given Thursday Thur < sday at atthe atthe atthe
the Country club about seventyfive seventyfiveguests seventyIheguests seventyfIveguests
guests being present during the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Bridge was played by a number numbert
If < t th the guests while others were enter entertained entertained entertamed ¬
tained with golf and tennis matches matchesThe matchesThe matchesThe
The club rooms were beautifully deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated in an autumn effect quantities of ofautumn ofautumn ofautumn
autumn leaves and an yellow chrysanthe chrysanthemums ¬
mums being massed about the rooms A Aarge Aarge Aiarge
arge set piece of fruits graced the ecu cent ecutr en ent
t tr < > > r of the table where wherellrs Mrs Taylor Taylorwf TaylorwfasslSted was wasassisted warassisted
assisted in serving by Mrs Irs J C Moss Io IoIrs
Mrs Irs Robert Glendinnlnjr Mrs Gcorg GcorgpH
H Smith Mrs T G Griffin and Miss
Marge Miller In the golf games a aoneclub aoneclub aoneclub
oneclub match was played and an prizes prizeswere prizeswere prizeswere
were won by Mrs Union Worthington Worthingtonand
and Miss Belle Blythe The fortunntf fortunntfcontestants fortunlltfcontestants fortunatccontestants
contestants in the bridge games were
Mrs IJswr Irs T N Bailey Mrs Irs Belden Mrs
TA v W Armstrong Mrs Irs Glllett Mr
Frank McGurrin Mrs G Y Wallace Wl lltce
Mrs T R Wodbrldge Mrs Robert
Glendinnlng and Miss Mildred McMil 1 1I11 ¬
lan while those winning prizes in the
tennis contest were Miss Maude Thorn Thornand Thornatf1
and Mrs Irs T G OHffin OHffinMr iffin iffinMr
Mr and Mrs N C Anderson enter ¬
tained with a charminglyappointed charmingly appointed din ¬
ner given at their country home
Chwy Hlsbts In Cottonwood Cott nwood on
Sunday The table was beautifully dec decorated dPCornted decorated ¬
orated in autumn leaves and pnk and
whitE > chrysanthemums a large cluster of
the blossoms forming the centerpiece ce
Covers were laid for the following guests
Mr and Mrs Joseph Young Youn Mrs Ira Fran Frances Frances Franes ¬
ces es Anrstrong Mr and Mrs 1IrsVllIlnm William WilliamU1
Dean U1 Lee Young and Charles H Holmes Holmeof Holmesof s sof
of Chicago ChIcagoMrs
3 1 J JC >
Mrs C W Ftffeld was the host hogtnss ss at a aclpll
clpll delightful htf111 tea given at the Country club clubafternoon
Jpurlday afternoon when she ent enbr ° r
tamed with an Informal nrldtr tea Ta
bl biAs s were rharmlnftlv harmln b decorated In autumn
leaves and clust clu elutArs < tnn > rs of willow < lIow chrysanthe chr nnthe ¬
mums This was the first of a series of
teas to be given by Mrs Fifleld FifleldA
A charmingly chnrmln ly appointed dinner was that
given > n Friday at th
home of Mrs = < Elias
A Smith In East Seventh South street st Pt In
honor of h hr r guests Mrs A S Myrlok
and Mrs 118 G Gorge orge R Bentel of Lo An
jrel elAs s A largo cluster of pink chrvsan
themums formed the centerpiece on the
dIning table where covers were laid for
ten guests The dinner was followed by
a theatre party
Mrs John A Marshall Marshall was the hostess hostessat hasteat
at a pretty bridge
tea given Friday com complimentary comvllmentar cornplimentarv ¬
plimentary to Miss lone Morrison a pop ¬
ular October bride A color scheme schemoof of
red was as carried out in th the < decorations decorationsautumn decoratlonsautumn decorationsautumn
autumn leaves being prettily combined combinedwith combinedwith combinedwith
with red cosmos and red fruits frults1n In the ta ¬
ble appointments Seven tables of bridge bridgewere bridgewere bridgewere
were played during the afternoon afternoonMiss
Miss Carey Marshall and Miss Stella
Fabian entertained < < > a few friends with
bridge Friday night at the th home of Miss
Marshall In East South Temple street streetThe streetThe
> 6 6The
The fort fortwt was wa the scene ene of a charming
bridge tea given Friday afternoon at the thequarters theqtiartlrs thepiarters
quarters of ofMrs Mrs Jojm Jo1I W Ward W t PJnk PJnkand Pinkand
and wit carnations carnatlonswere were arranged with withprettj withprettl
prettj effect In the dlninsr roomwhere room where wheret
Mrs Ward was w assisted by Mrs Irs Willis WillisUline WillisUllne WillIsUline
Uline and Miss Lou rUne who presided presidedat
at the punch bow Quantities of o autumnleaves autumnleaves autumn autumnleaves
leaves formed the decorations throughout throughoutthe
the other rooms Six tables of bridge bridgewere bridgewere bridgewere
were played Mrs Edwin Butcher and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Paul Potter being awarded the theprizes theprizes theprizes
prizes prizesMrs prizesMrs prizesMrs
Mrs C H Harlan and Mrs R W Hill Hillwere Hmwere Hillwere
were the hostesses Friday at the last of ofa ofa ofa
a series of delightful teas given this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week at the Caithness apartments A Acolor Acolor Acolor
color scheme of red was prettily carried carriedout
out with clusters of red carnations and andred andred andred
red shaded qandles In the decorations decorationsMusic dccoratlonsMusic decorationsMusic
Music and games were enjoyed by the thaguests theguests theguests
guests and the t e game prizes were award awarded ¬
ed to Mrs T J FitzGerald and Irs J JH JH JH
H MaxfIeld with a guest prize for the theguest theguest theguest
guest of honor Mrs F W Yo Orem of Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton Assisting the hostesses In the dining diningroom diningroom diningroom
room were Mrs W V B Ruahmer and Mrs MrsJ
J J Warthman WarthmanA arthmahA
A pretty Kensington of Friday was that thatgiven thatgiven thatgiven
given by Mrs T R Black at ather her home In InSouth InSouth inSouth
South Sixth East street A charming ar arrangement arrangement anrangement ¬
rangement of the bright tinted autump autumnleaves autumpleaves autumpleaves
leaves was used In the decorations a low lowmound lowmound lowmound
mound of the leaves forming the table tablecenterpiece tablecenterpiece tableCenterpiece
centerpiece Assisting the hostess In Inserving Inserving inserving
serving were Mrs John Reed Mrs lrs Harry HarryGanz HarryGanz HarryGanz
Ganz and Mrs C H Van Dyke tMusic tMusicand sMusiCand oluslcmd
and games were enjoyed during the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and those awarded prizes In thc thcguessing UKSguessing theguessing
guessing contest were Mrs Harry Ganz Ganzand Ganzand Gaasand
and Mrs Edwin Kimball KlmbnllMrs KimballMrs KirntnllMrs
Mrs R May entertained th the members membersof
of her Kensington club at her home In InEatt InEat 1nEast
Eat Second South street Friday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon The fall flowers were used in the thedecorations thedecorations thedecorations
decorations clusters of the yellow dahl dahlias dahlIns daMins ¬
Ins being used with pretty effect Mrs MrsE
E J Roeber assisted Mrs May In the thedining thedining thedining
dining room
The second dance of the University
Utah social season that was given by the theJunior theJunior thejunior
Junior class in the museum Friday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon was equally as successful sucoe sful as the theone theone theone
one given the previous week by the senior seniorclass seniorclass seniorclass
class The decorations were in autumn autumnleaves nutumnleaves autumnleaves
leaves The punch booth represented an anarbor anarbor anarbor
arbor of maple leaves tinted with all the thebeautiful thebeautiful thebeautiful
beautiful colors of autumn On the punoh punohtabl punohtabl punchtable
tabl were also chrysanthemums Dan Dancing Dancing Danclrg ¬
cing lasted from 1 until 630 6 oclock Dur During DurIng During ¬
ing the afternoon afte > rnoon about 200 students en enjoyed enjoed enjoyed ¬
joyed the hospltaJItyjrt hospitality of the class classThe classThe classThe
The University of of Utah football men menvere menere menwere
were ere given a stag st theatre party by Coach CoachJoe CoachJoe CoachJoe
Joe Maddoek Friday night The boys had hada
a block or seats in the center of the thehouse thehomc thehouse
house and during the Intermission gave gavemany gavemany gavemany
many university yells Dinner was taken takenat
at the College Inn InnSfe InnIrs InnMrs
Sfe ife jfe jfeMrs
Mrs W r H Davies was the hostess at atan atan atan
an elegantly appointed luncheon given givenThursday gIcnThursday givenThursday
Thursday for a few friends Pink and andwhite andwhUe andwhite
white > carnations were used In the decor decorations decorations decorations ¬
ations a cluster of the blossoms gracing gracingthe
the center of the table which was lighted lightedwith lightedwith lightedwith
with pinkahaded plnk haded candelabra Many Manygarden Manygarden Ianygarden
garden flowers were used with pretty prettydecorative prettdecorathe prettydecorative
decorative effect In the parlors The prize prizein prIzOin
in the games played during the afternoon afternoonwas
was awarded to Mrs J J W V Wltbeck Wltbeckt Itl > eck eckMr
Mrs Gannett entertained at a de delightful delightful delightful ¬
lightful autumn luncheon Friday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon covers being laid for six guests guestsV
V > 5 5Mrs C if ifMrs 0 0Mrs
Mrs Carl Q Cannon entertained last lastFriday lastFriday lastFriday
Friday at a charming five hundred hundredparty hundredpart hundredparty
party Twenty guests were present presentMrs
Mrs Cannon was assisted by Mass MassLeona MtlssLeona iss issLeona
Leona Silver SilverMiss SilverMiss SilverMiss
I Miss Gertrude Kelly whose marriage marriageto
to Will White takes place next week weekwas weekwas weekwas
was the guest of honor at a delight delightful lelightful ¬
ful Kensington on Thursday given by byMiss b bUss byMiss
Miss Irene White Whitejfc WhiteMrs
jfc C ttc ttcMrs
Mrs E S Wright right entertained enlrt lned the themembers themembers themembers
members of the Daughters of the Rev Revolution RevQl Revob8ion ¬
olution Ql Uon Saturday at her home in First Firstavenue Firstavenue Firstavenue
avenue The following Interesting pro program program program ¬
gram was given Reading of the con constitution constitution constitution ¬
stitution of the t e UnitedStates s by Mrs MrsB MrsEQ1We MrsEwpieUq
EQ1We EwpieUq B BWells Wells dlsousalon dls Uslon of the theffeadlnfc thettl thei4natttaua
i4natttaua ttl btna a1n othiembers othiemberstuing IJ1 berJ5 berJ5t
ffeadlnfc t tuing dn of the bylaws b la1vs of the he ealjsocla ealjsoclatrrn associa association asoeiatlon ¬
tion trrn Miss Julia A F Lufld LUI reading readingof
of f Patrick Henrys Henrysoratlon oration Mrs Clar Clarissa Clarfsa Clarima ¬
issa Y Spencer and a paper on the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first national bank by b MrsPhoebe Mrs Phoebe Y YBeatty YBeatt YBeatty
Beatty Beatt Yellow sunflowers and na national national tintional ¬
tional flags were effectively used In Inthe Inthe Inthe I
the decorations decorationsA
A beautifully appointed luncheon luncheonwas
was given iven by Mrs Earl Dunshee Fri Friday FrIda Fniday ¬
day da Oct 15 Covers were laid for fif fifteen fifteen fitteen ¬
teen guests and the centerpiece was a alarge alarge alarge
large cut glass bowl of red carnations carnationsAutumn carnationsAutumn carnationsAutumn
Autumn leaves scattered about the ta table table tablo ¬
ble added a pretty touch of color In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the parjpr parl r autumn leaves and red cos cosmos cosmos cosmos ¬
mos were effectively used in the deco decorations decorati01ls decorations ¬
rations Prizes in the guesslnp con contests contests contests ¬
tests were won by b Miss lone Carroll Carrolland Carrolland Carrolland
and Miss Mae Thomas Mrs Dunshee Dunsheewas
was assisted aS8ls ed by b her sister Miss Alice AliceSutton j
Sutton and Mayme Smith SmithDr SmithDr I I
Dr and Mrs L W Snow entertained entertainedat i iat i iat
at a delightful party Saturday in honor honorof
of their little son Lyndon An auto autoride j jride 1ride
ride into the country was followed by b bygames i igames j Igames
games and supper at the Snow home homein i iIn i iin
in First avenue Covers were laid for foreighteen I Ieighteen
eighteen guests guestsf gucstsA I
f I IA
A pretty bridge tea was given yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday afternoon by Mrs J J H Tem Tempest Tempest Ternpest ¬
pest jr Red dahlias and autumn leaves leaveswere leaveswere leaveswere
were effectively used In the dpcora decorations dpcorations dpcorations ¬
tions Six tables were played during duringthe duringthe
the afternoon The hostess was assist assisted ¬
ed by Mrs G H Lucas and Miss Eve Evelyn Evehn Evelyn ¬
lyn Tempest TempestWEDDINGS TempestWEDDINGS TempestWEDDINGS
i I IThe
The date for the wedding of Miss Gene Genevieve Genevieve Genevieve ¬
vieve McCornick and Robert Walker alker Sal Salisbury SalIsbury SalIsbury ¬
isbury has been set for Wednesday even evenIng evenlng evening
Ing Nov ov 17 14Mr 1 1Mr
Mr lr and Mrs Seth Warner Morrison
have Issued Invitations for the marriage marriageof
of their daughter lone Petit to Chaun Chauncey Chauncey Chauncey
cey Percival Overfield the wedding to totake tot1ke totake
take place at St Marks cathedral at 830 830oclock 830oclock 830ociock
oclock Wednesday evening Oct 27 27An ZlI 27An
I < I IAn <
An out of town wedding of local Inter Intereat Interest interest
est will take place Thursday Oct 21 in inNewark InNewark inNewark
Newark N J when Miss Martha Jen Jennings Jennings Jennings
nings Johnson daughter of Mrs John JohiYates JohnYates JohnYates
Yates Johnson will become the bride o oEdgar of ofEdgar ofEdgar
Edgar Cline Beach Beachn BeachMr Benchllr BeachMr
Mr and Irs J W Edwards announce announcethe announcethe
the engagement of their daughter Bertha Berthato
to Walter J Slater The wedding will wlltake willtake willtake
take place Wednesday Nov No IT l at the the4iome thehome thehome
i home of the brides parents No 828 28 West WesSouth WestSouth WestSouth
South Temple street streetMr
5 5Mr II IIMr <
Mr and Mrs Albert Al ert Edmonds announce announcethe announcethe announcethe
the engagement of their daughter Leone Leoneto
to A D Bohling the marriage to take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place in the near future futureThe tutureThe futureThe
The wedding of Miss Erma Read am amVictor anti anlVictor antiVictor
Victor P Felt will lake place at the home homeof
of the brides parents Wednesday Oct 20 20at 20at 20at
at S oclock The ceremony will be per perrormed periormed performed
formed by Jud Judr a Alexande McMaster McMasterand
and the reception will last from 830 to U 11oclock Uoclock UOclock
oclock oclockA
A quiet home weddIng which will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place Thursday Oct H ZL 1 at the home of ofMrs ofIre ofMrs
Mrs E Van Dyke in North State street streetwill streetwill streetwill
will be that of he daughter Naomi Van VanDyke VanDyke VanDyke
Dyke to Fred Laurie Wing The cere ceremony ceremony ceremony ¬
mony will be performed by b William Van VanDyke VanDyke VanDyke
Dyke jr at S oclock The bride will be beattended beattended beattended
attended by her sisters the Misses lns es Leo Leonora Leo1Wr Leonora ¬
nora and Ida Van Dyke while Jack But Butler Butler ButIcr ¬
ler of Ogden will act as best man manThe manThe manThe
The wedding of Miss Gertrude Kelly and andWilliam andVllIiam andWilliam
William White will take place Wednesday
Oct 20 20The 0 0The
sk k kThe
The ceremony which hit united in marriage marriageMr
Mr Horace Gunn of Beaver and Miss MissWilhelmina MissVllhelmina MissWilbelmina
Wilhelmina Jensen Jen en of Eleinore was as per performed performed performed ¬
formed In the Salt Lake temple on Wed Wednesday Wednesday Vedne8ay ¬
nesday Oct 13 President A H Lund Lundofficiating Lundofficiating
officiating On Thursday evening a pleas pleasant pleasnnt pleasant ¬
ant wedding reception was given at the theresidence theresidence theresidence
residence of Dr H Z Lund No 30 West
North N > rth Temple street str et Both Mr Ir and Mrs MrsGunn
Gunn are well known young people the thebride thebride thebride
bride being a daughter of Bishop Jensen Jensenof
of Elsjnore and the bridegroom a son of
Bishop Gjnn of Adamsville AdamsvilleThe
The home of Mr and Mrs Archibald ArchibaldCampbell ArchibaldCampbell ArchibaldCampbell
Campbell In South Twelfth Twt > lfth East street streetwas streetwas streetwas
was the scene of a pretty home wedding
Wednesday wnellda when their daughter Ger Gertrude Gertrude Gertrude ¬
trude became the bride of George Addi Addlson Addison Addison
son Voria The marriage took place at athigh athigh athigh
high noon in the presence pre ence of a few reta retain relati refatives ¬
in ti tives es S and intimate friends of the bridal bridalcouple bridalcouple bridalcouple
couple with the Rev William M Paden Padenof
of the First Presbyterian church as the theofficiating theofficiating theofficiating
officiating clergyman clerg man Miss 1Ii s Ethel Camp ¬
bell a sister of the bride was the mSvl mSvlof m mIof l lof
of honor while itr brother Reginald ReginaldCampbell ReginaCampbell ReginainCainpbeil
Campbell attended Mr Ir Voris as best man manAs manAs manAs
As the bridal party entered the patio parlothe parljthe patiothe
the Lohengrin wadding march was played playedby
by Professor Skeltons stringed orchestra orchestrastationed orchestraIltaUoned orchestrastationed
stationed in n the hall During the ceremony
the sweet 8we t strains of the old Scotch mel melody melody melody ¬
ody Annie Laurie were softly played playetby playedby
by the orchestra with the Mendelssohn Mendelssohnwedding 11endelSllOhnwedding Mendelssohnwedding
wedding march at the conclusion After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the ceremony cer mon a charmingly appointed
luncheon was served to about forty fortyguests fortyguets fortyguests
guests The house was beautifully deco decotated decJlated decoiated
tated throughout with a profusion profu ion of o of au autumn autumn autumn ¬
tumn flowers chrysanthemums white and andferns andferns andferns
ferns being massed mal d with pretty effect In Inthe inthe inthe
the parlor library libu and hall In the dining diningroom dinhlgroom diningroom
room yellow chrysanthemums chns nthemums were us USla used useda d da
a large cluster clu ter of the beautiful blossoms blossomsforming bloSliomsforming blossomsforming
forming the th table centerpiece The table tablewas tableas tableV55
was as presided over by b Mrs Irs William Igle Igleheart Igleheart Igleheart
heart and Mrs George G rge Richard Smith as assisted assited assisted ¬
sisted by Mlsa Mary Mar Moffat Miss Jessie JessieHome JessieHome JessieHome
Home and Miss Hollister Hancock Those Thosewho Thosewho Thosewho
who assisted Mrs lrs Smith in receiving wer werMrs werlMrs werMrs >
Mrs 1 E Hill and Mrs Freeman Bassett BassettTlie BassettTI BassettThe
The TI fair young bride was attired In a acharming acharminr acharmino
charming gown of white satin with trim trimmings trimmings trimmings ¬
mings of 0 rose point lace and she carried carrieda
a shower bouquet of white bride roses rosesMiss roses1I1J8 rosesMiss
Miss Ethel Campbell wore a charming charminggown charnilnggon charminggown
gown of yellow ysllowSllk silk mull mulIanc1te and her bounuet bounuetVTJJT bo1 bogpetsas t tmur
VTJJT sas aterse af airgeiOst Wo eV rdr i yellow Shrysan Shrysantnemums trysan trysantfiemums
tnemums Mrs Campbells robe was 01 01lavender of oflavender oflavender
lavender meesaline m silk with trimmings of ofreal otreal ofteal
real lace The brides golngaway gown gownwas gownas gownwas
was as a tailor effect in navy blue corduroy corduroyvelvet cordurorvehet corduroyvelvet
velvet and she chewers wore a large traveling hat hatof hatofdark
of ofdark dark blue beaver bee vel Mr lr and Mrs ts Voris Voriswill Voriswilt
will make their home in Salt Lake after aftera
a wedding trip of two weeks spent In Se Seattle Seattle SeattIc ¬
attle and the northwest northwestThe
1 1 d
T T 1 1The
The wedding of Miss > Louise Ayland Aylandand Aylandand Aylandand
and George E Parkin took place Thurs ¬
day da at high noon in the temple the cere ceremony ceremony caremony ¬
mony being performed rformed by President John JohnR JohnR
R Winder Inder In the evening a delightful dellglitfulreception deliglUfulreception delightfulreception
reception to about fifty guests gue ts was given givenat
at the home of the brides parents Captain Captainand
and Mrs William T Ayland in Welling ¬
ton avenue The reception room was beau
tlfully decorated d In autumn leaves com
bined with red roses In pretty effect In
the dining room dahilas were used thj th
table centerpiece being a cluster of the
blossoms Pink and whit carnations were wereuotd wereul wereusodin
uotd ul usodin < din in the decorations In the living room
The bride was attendd by her slater Miss
Leona Ayland as bridesmaid while Owen
Parkin a brother of the bridegroom bridf > gToom act actas aetas acted
ed as best man During the evening a anumber anumbe anumbs
number of d dlI ° llshtful htful musical selections selectionswere
were given by a stringed orchestra sta ¬
tioned in the hall The bride wore a acharming acharming acharming
charming gown own of white silk made en
train and she carried a shower bouquet bouquetof
of white bride roses After Oct 24 Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Irand
and Mrs Parkin will be at home at 100
VIdas avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueThe
The home of Mrs Irs P A H Franklin was
the scene of a prett I wedding eddln at T oclock
Thursday evening Oct 14 when Miss
Catherine Franklin became the bride of
Carl B Ferlln The ceremony was per ¬
formed by the Rev H I Hansen in the
presence of the relatives and a few in ¬
timate friends Mr lr and Mrs Irs Ferlln will
make their horn In Salt Lake City CityThe Cft CftThe CityThe
The wedding of Miss Clara Raleigh
Woods and Leslie K Glllett took place
last Tuesday at the home of the brides bridesContinued bridesContinued bridesContinued
Continued on Page 2
1 iIIrlmll 4 w = > wr U > 1
A promising young pianist of Salt La Lake Lake
I ke is Miss Bertha F Ellis Miss Ellis Ellisias Ellishas Ellishas
I has ias been engaged In orchestral work an anI anil anI
il I has also given some very pleasing solos
at Masonic banquets and other public g gatherlngs gathenings
atherlngs atller Ings Miss Ellis Was a pupil of Pro Professor Professor Prolessor ¬
fessor Anton Pedorson and has promls promlse
e of a great future ture before her
Miss Zora Shaw is now pleasantly
located In New York where she Is con continuing contlnulnJ continning ¬
tinning her musical studies under Ma Marines 1Iagines Magines ¬
gines Schutz Miss Shaw will also con continue continue continue ¬
tinue her studies In elocution during duringthe
the winter winterVictor winterVictor
5fc 5fc 5fcVictor
Victor Herberts opera The Sere Serenade Serenade Serenade ¬
nade will be sung by b a local company companyat y yat
at the Salt Lake theatre three nights nightsand nightsand nightsand
and two matinees commencing Thanks Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving ¬
giving day The cast Is composed of ofsome ofBorne ofsome
some of the foremost singers in the thecity thecity thecity
city and will include Hazel Taylor TaylorPeery TaylorPeery TaylorPeery
Peery In the part created by Alice AliceNlelson AliceNielson AliceNielson
Nielson Horace S Ensign Hugh Dou
MIss Hartley has hasjust Just returned from a avisit aIslt avisit I violin violn under und r Ignaz Iga Haroldl Harold the famoui famouiBerlin famouBerln famoucBerlin
visit Islt of several months In Los Angeles Angelesand Berlin Berln artist artst Miss Mi8 Hartley Hartey was a stu student stuI studert ¬
and has again taken up her musical work workin I dent del before befo going gla to t Los L Angeles Anpe of Pro Professor Profer Proteaser ¬
in Salt Lake for the season 8son White in inLos InLos inLos teaser fer George Gorge A Shelton Skelt the te well wel known knownlocal knownia knownlocal
Los Angeles Miss Hartley studied the local ia I violinist voInlt
gall Fred E Smith and Fred Graham GrahamWesley Grahamsley GrahamWesley
Wesley sley Clawson Alex Campbell and andothers andothers nd ndothers
others The production will be under underthe underthe underthe
the musical direction of Spencer Claw Clawson Clawson Clawson
son jr The chorus and principals are arenow arenow arenow
now hard at work and promise to todo todofull do dofull dofuB
full justice to the glorious melodlee of ofHerberts ofHerberts ofHerberts
Herberts masterpiece masterpieceMiss
Miss 2 > Helen Hartley expects to go to toBerlin toBerlin toBerlin
Berlin in 1910 at the close of the mu musical musical musical ¬
sical season in Salt Lake City and andwill andwill nd ndwill
will continue the study of the violin violinthere violinthere violinthere
there for two years yearsA
a > I < r rA
A valuable addition to the musical
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 16 16An An elaborate afternoon afternoontea
tea party was as given Monday afternoon afternoonat
at the home of Judge A A Noon by his htedaughters hisdaughtenl hisdaughters
daughters Misses Ethel and Opal The Therooms Therooms Therooms
rooms and luncheon tables were elab elaborately elaborate eigborateiy ¬
orately orate decorated with autumn flowers flowersand noeand flowersand
and leaves A number of new and inter interesting Interestln interesting ¬
esting estln games were Introduced but the thearchery theharcher thearchery
archery contest was probably the moat moatenjoyed mo mostenjoyed t tenjoyed
enjoyed In this game Mrs W V L Bier Biersack Biersack Biersack
sack and Miss Mabel Wilson carried off offthe offthe offthe
the honors An elaborate luncheon was wasserved wallserved wasserved
served servedProfessor servedProfessor servedProfessor
Professor Bert Eastmond assisted by byhis byhis byhis
his sister Miss Bessie entertained about aboutthirty aboutthirty aboutthirty
thirty guests Friday evening in honor of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Joseph Passey A Aver very en enloyable enjoable enjoyable
loyable evening was passed and a dainty daintyuncheon daintyluncheon daintyluncheon
luncheon was served servedMrs senedlrs servedMrs
Mrs lrs N C Hicks entertained at her herhome herhome herhome
home Thursday evening the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Priscllla Priscill club An evening of music musicand musicand musicand
and social chat was enjoyed A dainty daintyuncheon daintyluncheon daintyluncheon
luncheon was served servedMiss srved srvedMiss servedMiss
Miss LaPreal Snow was wa the charming charmingtostess charminghostes charminghostess
hostess hostes at a bundle shower sower Friday Friay even evening evening evening ¬
ing ng in honor of Etna Holdaway An even evenng evening evening
ing ng of games gam s and music was enjoyed enjed by byabout byabout byabout
about thirty young people peple Many dainty daintyand daintyand daintyand
and useful presnts were wer received reehe by the thejrlde thebride thebride
bride elect Delicious Delcious refreshments refreshment were wereserved weresncd wereserved
servedTh sncd
Th Rebekahs and their partners prtnrs pleas pleasintly ple pleasantly
intly anty surprised Mrs William vnUa Graham at atler ather ather
her ler home Friday evening Cards games gamesand gamesand
and music all al tended to make an enjoya enjoyable
ble > le evening Refreshments were enjya enjyable served servedDr sened senedDr
Dr H G Merrill erri Is spending a couple coupleof coupl
of weeks in southern souther Utah UtahDr UtahDr ttahDr
Dr and Mrs rs A J J Stswart of Mount Mountleasunt MountPleasnt MountPleasant
Pleasant Pleasnt are visiting visitng relatives relatve and many
friends in our city cityMrs ciy ciyIrs cityMrs
Mrs Irs C A Eldredge of Salt Sal La1e Lake is vie vteting vi vieIting
Iting Senator and Mrs Smoot this week weekMra wek wek1n weekMrs
Mrs 1n Chloe Smoot is home again after aftera ate
a most enjoyable trip through Portland Portlandand Portand Portandand
and California CaliforniaMiss Calfornia CalforniaIlss
Miss Margaret Call of Wlllard Wiard will willspend wi willspend
spend the winter here with wih her sisters sistersMrs sistes sistesMrs sistersMrs
Mrs Joseph Nelson and Mrs John Slew Slewart Siewart Stewart
art artMisses Misses Ferris Ferrs Noyes Noyes Zslla Zla Farrer and andCate andKate andRate
Kate Taylor have returned from Salt SaltLake Sal SaltLake
Lake where they spent the latter part partof
of the week weekMrs weekMrs weekMrs
Mrs Harry Harr Felt Fel of Mantl ant Is visiting rel relatives relathes relatives ¬
atives and friends In Provo for the week weekMrs wek wekMrs weekMrs
Mrs William Jlam Strong has returned returne from froma
a very enjoyable visit with friends friends In InSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake Lakp and Ogden OgdenMrs OgdenMrs OgdenMrs
Mrs William WIiam Strong has returned from froma
a very enjoyable visit with friends In Salt Saltako SaltLake SaltLake
Lake < ako and Odgen OdgenMrs Odgen1rs OdgenMrs
Mrs Reed Strong has returned returne home homeafter homeafer homeafter
after afer Charleston CharlestonThe a visit Islt with relatives in Heber Hebr and andCharleston andCharleston andCharleston
The stake officers oUlcrs of the Young Ladles LadlesJ Ladle
1 M J I association associaton were royally royaly entertained entertainedVIday entertned entertnedFiday entertainedFriday
Friday Fiday = afternoon aferoon by Mrs Jennie B BCnight DKnight BKnight
Knight at her beautiful home on past pastCenter Et EtCenter FloatCenter
Center street Games music and the par paraking partaking partaking
taking of an elaborate elaborat luncheon all al tend tendd tend tended tended
ed d to make a most enjoyable afternoon afternoonMrs afernoon afernoonMr
Mrs Mr John William llam Guy and Mrs John Johnlarrlson JohnIarrl50n Johnharrison
harrison Iarrl50n were the guests gests of Mrs l1n W C CJraham CGraham CGraham
Graham at dinner Thursday
Mr and Mrs B H Bower returned returnedhome reture returnedhome
home the latter later part par of the week from froma
a very pleasant trip through thrugh Oregon OregonVashington Oregonashingon OregonWashington
Washington ashingon and California Calfornia visiting visitng rel relatives relatves relatives ¬
atives atves and sightseeing They Tey report rprt a amost amost amost
most enjoyable time tme but are pleased to toe tobe tobe
be e home again after an absence absenc of two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months monthsMrs monthsMr monthsMrs
I Mrs Mr A A H 1 DeLong aad G children chIdren left
circles in Salt Lake Is Mrs M C A Mo MoChrystal MeChrystal c cChrystal
Chrystal formerly Miss Grace Shuster Shusterof
of New York Mrs YeCh17tal McChry tal was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the soprano soloist at St Bartholo Barthulomews Bartholomews Bartholomews ¬
mews Episcopal church and the Man Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan ¬
hattan Congregational church of New NewYork NtWYork NewYork
York She has been a pupil of J 1 Ar Armour Armour Arniour ¬
mour Galloway and Francis Fischer FischerPowers FischerPowers FischerPowers
Powers of New York and U 1 now study studying studIng studylag ¬
ing under Hugh Dougall who expresses expresseshimself expreSleshlm expresseshimself
himself hlm elf as being delighted with the thebeautiful thebeautiful thebeautiful
beautiful quality of her voice voiceAt voiceAt voiceAt
At the morning service at St Pauls Paulschurch Paulschurch Paulschurch
church this morning the choir will willsing willsing wiltsing
sing the Te Deum and the offertorv offertorvselection offertooselection offertorselection
selection will be Gounods The King Kingof
of Love My Shepherd Is I sung by Mrs MrsEmily MraEmily MrsEmily
Emily SlUer soprano Mrs Sitzer Sitzersang Sitzersang Sitzersang
sang two selections at t the concert concertgiven concertgtven concertgiven
given by the State Federation of ofWomens ofWomens > f fWomen
Womens Clubs at the Congregational Congregationalchurch
church Friday Oct 8 the numbers numbersbeing numbersbeing numbersbeing
being My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice Voiceand Voleand Voiceand
and the aria from Samson and Deli Delilah DeHlah IJeUtab ¬
lah from Saint Saens Mrs Sitzer Siteralso Sitzeral Sitzeralso
also al o sang Gounods Love Divine with wltnthe withthe witftthe
the violin harp and organ accompanl
ment a a most delightful delghtul musical musicl num number numlr numher ¬
her berThe lr f P
The organ on selections seleton which whic will wl be b gH gHen gl glen gten
en at the tb First Congregational Coqt church chunkthis churchthl8 churchthis
this morning by the t organist orgnlt Tracy Y YCannon YCannon YCannon
Cannon Cannon will 11 be b Vision Vlson by Rheinberger Rheinbergerand Rhelnberer Rhelnbererand
and Andantino by Caesar Caesr Franck Frack The Thaquartet Thequrtet Thequartet
quartet qurtet numbers numbrs will 11 be b One Sweetly SweetlySolemn SWeetlSmnTought Sweeti3Soemn
Solemn Thought by Ambrose Ambr and andsue J Jsus Jss
sue SmnTought ss My Savior Svr Look L on Me by Ne NeYIn NeYInMusicl Neviri NeviriMusical > in inMusical
Musical Musicl program for Oct Ot 17 at Im Immanuel ImI Tmmanuel
I manuel Baptist Bptst church churchMorning churchMorning churchMorning
Morning MorningOrgan MorningOrgan MorningOrgan
Organ prelude preludMlnuett preludoMinuetto Mlnuetto
George Gerge Calkin CalkinAnthem CalkinAthemOh CalkinAnthem0h
Anthem AthemOh Anthem0h Oh That Tht I had hd Wings WingsLike WingsLike WingsLike
Like a a Dove Dve J SmietonOtertoryAdglo SmietonOffertoryAdsggio Smieton SmietonOffertery
Offertery OffertoryAdsggio Adaggio from Quartette QuartetteOp QIBrtete QIBrteteOp
OtertoryAdglo Op Op 2 Mendelssohn MendelssohnSolo MendelssohnSoloHeaven endelssohnSoloHeaven
Solo SoloHeaven SoloHeaven Heaven It l Not No Far Away
N V Napier NapierAlfred Napieri NapierAlfred
i Alfred Alre Woolee WooleeFostlude WoI WoIPotudeFeUv WoolesPostludeFestivL
Fostlude PotudeFeUv PostludeFestivL Festival MarchJ March J H 1 Wallls WalllsEvening Wals WalsI WallisEvening
Evening EveningOrgan EveningOrgan EveningOrgan
Organ prelude preludeElevation preludeBlevation Elevation In A Aflat Aflat Aflat
flat Alex Gullmant GullmantQuartette Gulmant GulmantQurtettelve GuilmantQuartetteIve
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Morning MorningOrgan MorningOrgan MorningOrgan
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Soprano Soprno solo soloCme soloCome Come Unto Unt Me
MeBrackett Brackett BrackettMiss Brckgtt BrckgttMies BrackettMies
Mies Bmma Jm 1nma Heckner HecknerPoetlude H HecknerPostlude kner knerPo
Postlude PoetludeChoir Po PostludeChoir tude tudeChoir
Choir director dlr tor Mrs William Wiim A Wet Wetsell WetzU Wetsell
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At St Marys arys oatbedral otheral this morn morning morn1ng morning ¬
ing the following folowing musical mU11 program will
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Voluntary Oesten OestenKyrie Osten
Kyrie Dchauers Cardinal
Gloria GloriaCredo GloriaCredo GloriaCredo Dhers
Credo Feast Fea st
Offertory OtertorAve Offertor3rAve Ave Maria Mari Luzzt Luzi
yen Creator Miss MI8 Nellie Nele Hasbrouck HasbrouckVenI Habrouk HabroukVenl Weigand
Tantum Tan tur Ergo Verdussen Verdulsen
Processional Proesional Meyerbeer
Soloists SloistsMrs SoloistsMrs Mrs Corinne Hammer Miss M1sMae
Mae ONell ONei George Ger e Soffe SoffeOrganist Stte StteOrpnlst SoffeOrganist
Organist and director directorNor directorNero Nora Gleason
Violins Violns ViolinsRaymond Raymond RIbet John
Krouae Humbert Prince
Saturday Saturday for Caifornia where they will willspend wiltspend
spend pnd the winter winterStudents winterStudents winterStudents wi
Students of the B Y university univesiy and
their ther friends had a day da of sports ami tllt
feasting festng Saturday Sturday the occasion osln spr belig bIng
founders day da and the laying of the cor coinerstone cornerstone corncrstone ¬
nerstone of the Measer Mesr memorial build building buid buiding building ¬
ing President Preeht Smith Smih and a number numbr of ofchurch ofchurch ofchurch
church officials offcials were down from Salt
Lake Lke An excellent excelet program progrm of music musicreadings musicreadings musicreadings
readings and an short speeches sph was enjoyed enjoyedthe enjoyf1the
the fore part Prt of the day da An elabrate elabrateluncheon elaborateluncheon elaborate elaborateluncheon
luncheon was served se by the th members of ofthe o othe ofthe
the domestic department departmentMiss department11ls
Miss 11ls Bra Jones Jone has returned reurM home af after after atter ¬
ter spending spnding a pleasant visit with wih Salt
Lake Lke friends friendsMiss friendsMis friendsMiss
Miss Mis Flossie Flsie Dunn Is home again agin after afteran afer aferan
an enjoyable visit visi with wih friends fris in Fling
ham enjyble and Salt Sal Lake LakeMessrs Le LeMessrs LakeMessrs
Messrs and Mesdames l lda8 J t W Baker Baer 0 OContinued 0Contfnucd 0ContlnuCd
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