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Speolal to The HeraldRepublican
Brigham City July 2A pleasant
eolel event of the week was tho
musical recital given at the Academy
of Music by Miss ilaHUa Hunter of
Ogden amistoU by Miss lists Bur
ton also of ogden Many interesting
readings were given by Alias Burton
Others taking part were Misses Lana
Hansen Hope Flshburn JUarjorle
Knudson Owenovero Kotter one An
derson May Davis Crystal Jeppson and
Gug lAirlstenson of this city
Friday evening In the fourth ward
hall a miaeiunury social was given in
honor of Ernest Hanson a son of Mr
and Mrs Krnstus Hansen who will
leave shortly for a mission to Scandi
All of the wives of local missionaries
with other friends were entertained at
the home of Mr and Mre Olo 1eter
sNn at a banquet Those participating
were Mesdames Andrew Funk S Nor
man Lee Arthur ilunns William ller
rell O C Jensen AV H WUUe Lo
enzo Burt Mlssos Emma Stohl Lilly
Knudson Mary Woodland Mr and
Mrs Charles Knudson Mr and Mrs
Olsen N Stubl
Mr and Mrs Oliver L Grossman
have returned from Ogden where they
were married recently Mrs Cross
man was the daughter of Mr and Mrs
William Parsons of thin city
Mrs Karen Knudson celebrated this
week In honor of her seventyfifth
birthday anniversary
Mrs Sadie Stohl entertained at her
homo on North Main street in honor
of Miss Katie Guthelr of Salt Lake
Thomas Dahlftiiist of Salt Lake Is
at the home of Mr and Mrs Oleen N
Stohl where he will remain for the
John L Bergeson and family of Mc
Canimon Ida are In this city
Mr and Mrs Henry Matthews of
Castle Gate are the guests of Mr and
Mrs James Stokes at Perry
David Holmgren was a Guest at the
home of Mr and Mrs iels Jenson
this week
John H Peterson has returned to
Marloopa Cal Mr Peterson will spend
a few days in hone and San Francisco
Harvey Pierce ot Salt Lake Is In
BrIgham City
Mrs Joseph Cutler ot Snowvllle is
visiting her parents and friends In
C W Hall and II Knudson wero In
Brlgham City during the week
Miss Margaret Ciawnon of Salt Lake
has boon a guest at the home of Mr
ami Mrs Orson Hudson
Mrs W J Crltehlow and children
of Ogden are visiting Mrs Critchlows
mother Mrs Sldsel GrogRsrsen
George Gronoman of Provo was In
this city thin week
Misses Ella Iveraon and Florence
Johnson and Miss Jole Newman wore
In Brigham during the week
CRIb and Leslie Burt are In Salt
Mr and Mrs Joe Zimmerman were In
Salt Lake during the week attending
tae wadding reception of Mid Ro
sky and Adolph White
Mr Mary B Prosper of Salt Lake
is visiting her sister Mrs John EVans
Mrs Lima Wight of Richmond Is
In this city
Otewt N Stohl was In Malad Ida
this week
Mr and Mrs Reuben Alvord loft
Saturday for Idaho
Mrs Oluff Christensen and children
were la the southern part of the state
during the week
William Hanson has left for Ely
NeT where he will remain during the
Nets Jensen was In Kelton this
Jhn Pelrdc and C II Bryan were
In Salt Lake this week
Mrs J C Wheelon of Garland is the
sat of Mrs M B Campbell In this
8peotal to The HeraldRepublloan
Nelfhl July 2Vise Haydee Patten Is
In Prove
Miss Llllie Pexton returned Monday
from Denver
Mrs William Bryan entertained
Thursday afternoon in honor of the
thirteenth birthday of her daughter
Miss Olga Bryan
MlM Olive Syndergaard wont to Mt
Pleasant Saturday
Mr Ineon of Boaver was the guest or
G M Whitmore Sunday
II D Gold broush was in Salt Lake
the first part of the week
Mr and Mrs David Cazier spent last
week in Salt Lake and Ogden
Mrs Lizzie Klrpan and Miss Francos
Klrgan left Tuesday for St Louis
Mr II O Young of Salt Lake was
here Sunday called by the death of her
brother William Hyde
Mrs Enoch Burton was In Salt Lake
last week
Mrs H G Wlthrow has arrived from
Duluth Minn
Mrs G S Walker of Salt Lako was In
Nephi Sunday
Miss Clara Cole went to Springvllle
The Y L M I A celebrated the an
niversary of their organisation Tues
day evening
J A Hyde sr was In Provo the first
part of the week
Mrs B H sparkos spent last week in
Mrs ROM Patten Is In Provo
Mrs Ralph Belliston Is in Mantl
Judge and Mrs Joshua Greenwood
Are In Fillmore
Dr D O Miner was In Provo Mon
Mr and Mr Will Uro of Ogden aro
the Pw of Mr und Mrs S J Lunt
On of the prettiest social events of
the week wa given at the home of
MlM Bthel Wright Wednesday evening
in honor of Prof and Mrs A C Craw
ford who will leave July 4 I for a mis
sion to England
Mra Ray Brough went to Fillmore
Saturday to visit her parent Mr and
Mrs Giles
Mr and Mrs G C Whitmore wore in
Ogden lat week
Mrs Bdlth Sparkes Is in Salt Lake
Miss Lillie Ulbbard of Salt Lake was
the guest of Mr and Mrs It J Golds
brough last week
Mrs James Redden Is In Eureka
Mrs S A Chase spent Sunday in
Mrs Hudson of Salt Lake Is the
peat of her daughter Mrs I II Grace
Arthur Ga did was down from Salt
Lake last week
Miss Marietta Martin antI Miss
Thorpe of Sprlngvllle were the guests
of air and Mrs George Sperry last
Miss Kate Warwood of Provo was In
Xepbl last week
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo uly 2A pretty homo wedding
took place Thursday evening at the
home of Mr and Mrs S S Bailey when
they gave in marriage their daughter
Miss Vllate to Harry Wallace of Salt
lAke The ceremony was performed by
William B Ward Tho brldo was at
tired In a dainty gown of white silk
mull and carried a boquot of carnations
An elaborate wedding supper was
served to sixty quests Mr and Mrs
Wallace will live in Salt Lake
Mr and Mrs Andrew Lundin have re
turned to their home in Midway
Mrs Hannah Osborn returned to Salt
Lake after visiting her parents Mr
and Mrs Thomas McAdam In Prove
Mr John W Annand returned homo
Saturday evening after an absence of
two months at Douglas Wyo While
there she was the guest of Mrs Nellie
Mr and Mrs Dave Mad en entertain
ed at a launch party on Utah lake Sun
day The guests were Mr and Mrs
Fern Decker Mr and Mrs C F Deck
pr Mr and Mrs John DIxon and Arnold
Miss Beatrice Hatfleld accompanied
her sister Mrs Stephenson to Salt Lako
Thursday Mrs Stephenson will then
leave for her home In Reno Nov
Miss Emma Evans has returned home
after a visit in Salt Lako
Mr ana 3f rsi G Hendrirkson en
tertalnej at dinner Sunday
Mr and Mrs Roy F Nelson were the
guests at honor nt a dinner party given
tfunJay evening by Mrs M A Graham
The guests were Messrs and Mesdamcs
R E Nelson J W Annand M IL Gra
ham Mr and Mrs James Clove and Mr
W pack
Mr and Mrs Thomas McAdam enter
tained at dinner Sunday evening in
honor of her daughter Mrs Osborne ot
Salt Lake
Garner 50 Stenhouse of San Francisco
was the guest of honor at a dinner
party given Sunday evening at the
home of Mr and Mrs Ephralm Sut
Miss Ella Reid has returned to Og
alt ahd Dirs ° Thomas Leonard havo
returned from Salt Lake
Mrs It S Adams was the hostess at
n bridge pdrty Saturday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Jarvis Aydelotto en
tertained at a family dinner at their
home Sunday in honor of their wed
ding anniversary
Misses Maud and Vera Davis en
ortalned at a dinner party Monday
evening in honor of Garner Ston
Mrs S A King has returned to her
homo In Salt Lake She was the guest
or Mrs R R Irvine
Mrs Anna M Peterson announces
he engagement of her daughter Miss
Ella to Thomas Evans the marriage
to take place July 20
The most elaborate home wedding
that has taken place in Provo for some
time was that of Miss Hazel Weable
and Elliott Westphal at the home of
the bride Mr and Mrs George W
Vsable The ceremony was performed
by the Rev S H Goodwin The bride
was charming in a beautiful hand em
broidered gown and carried a shower
bouquet The wedding march was
played by Mrs DenhardL
Miss Marie Roberts of Provo Miss
Sylvia Jensen of Logan and Messrs
Robert Lawrence and Russoll Wood
ward of Suit Lake formed an automo
bile party to Provo from Salt Lake
After having a spin about the city
supper at the Lamar the party re
urnod to Salt Lake
Mr and Mrs A G Conover of Fer
ron spent the week In Provo the guests
of Mr and Mrs Don Conover
Mr and Mrs C E Loose and Mr and
Mrs Preston G Peterson enjoyed a
trout dinner at the Upper falls Sunday
Mr and Mrs Charles Levitt enter
talnod at their home Wednesday even
ing in honor of the birthday anni
versary of the host
Mrs Ellen Jones entertained at
luncheon Wednesday afternoon
Special to The lleralUltepubllcan
Snrinfrvllle July 2Janos Crooks
of Kuroka was in Springvillo Tuesday
M O Anderson of Mt Pleasant was
In i Sprlngvlllo the early part of the
Mrs Dr Dunn and daughter Alloen
spent Wednesday in Salt Lake
H T Reynolds is at nomo from
Swallows Colo where his railroad
outfit Is at work
Wayne Johnson of Mapleton Is at
homo for the summer vacation
Mrs Frank Dalton of Montpelier
Ida is the guest of Mr and Mrs Amos
Superintendent Orson Ryan of Wa
natch county was in Springvlllo Fri
Stato Bank Examiner C A Glazier
was hero Thursday
C F Packard of Mammoth came
un Tuesday to attend the funeral ot
Phillip Beard
Mrs J L Folton of Michigan Is vis
iting here with Mrs R A Deal
Joseph S Wing Is over from Tlntlc
Mr and Mrs Will Valiant of Salt
Lako were here Wednesday on the oc
casion of Mrs Elizabeth Woods birth
Announcement is made of the wed
ding of Hebcr D Johnson of Sprlng
vllle and Miss Mary Baokervlllo of Hot
Springs N C The young couple will
be at home at Alliance O after July
S where Mr Johnson is engaged as
teacher is Mt Union college
Mrs Lillian Gleason spent Sunday in
Sprlngville visiting her mother Mrs
Kllsabeth Boyer
Mrs Sylvia Miner and her mother
Mrs Cooelte Johnson went to Nampo
Ida Monday
Miss Orpha Deal is in Salt Lako this
Mr and Mrs Joseph Tuckett Mrs
Curtis and daughter Bell spent Friday
at Geneva at the reunion of the Parks
Ernest Meneary of Omaha Is in
Sprlngvlllo this week visiting his
Mrs N K Nielsen spent tho past
week at Pleasant Grove
A A Reid and Miss Magulro are
guests of II O K Richards this week
A nicely appointed dinner party was
held at M E Crandalls Sunday In hon
or of Mr Martin of Salt Lake
Bayard Mendenhall camo down from
Salt Lake Thursday
Special to The HeraldRopubllcan
Richfield July 2Louls Jacobs of
Salina was in Richfield during the
week His partner Fred Tilton Is at
the Southern hotel 111 with rheuma
tism District Warden Hanchott returned
from Pangultch on Tuesday where he
had Just placed a large consignment
of fish eggs In the hatchery which
were taken from Fish lake
H V Alston principal of the Rich
field High school returned this week
from a trip to Fish lake
Marriage licenses have been issued
to Nephl Madsen and Mary Baldwin of
Monroe and to Marlon Christensen and
Dorthella Hanse of Salina
Mrs Will Frederlckson Is suffering
with an attack of typhoid fever
George M Jonos and wife are spend
ing the week at Fish lake They left
Monday morning
Miss Ella Nielsen entertained at
dinner Thursday evening at her home
in Second West street The guests
were Misses Irene and Lizzie Sees mil
ler Rctta Young of Salt Lake B H
Smith Marlon Seegmlller and Dr Puf
fer of Chicago
Mrs Vivian Thompson entertained
Friday afternoon ID honor of Mr + J
S Gray of Blngham Tho guests wee
Mesdames Josh Ogden Barl Woolley
Jay Coons Leo Bean and Mrs Carrie
A parcel nhowor was tendered Mr
Arles Coon
and Ms Charles Coons who were re
cently married at their home on East
Center street
II N Hayes and C N Stlllman and
their families left for Fish lake on
Mrs Joseph Prowks of Salina was
here this week
Mr and Mrs Joseph Colby havo
been here this week from Salina
Special to The HoraldRopubllcan
Mantl July 2A wedding of much
Interest to the people of this city was
that ofJessie Crawford and Albert Lund
of Ogden Wednesday The bride is tho
beautiful daughter of W W Craw
ford and Is very popular Mr Lund < < Is
a young business man of Ogden Tho
marriage ceremony was performed at
the home of the bride In the presence
of the relatives and a few intimate
friends by Bishop N R Peterson The
bride carried a bouquet of brides roses
Her attendants were Miss Lund of Og
den and Miss Crawford both of whom
wore dainty gowns of muslin In blue
and white yr and Mrs Lund will
make their home In Salt Lake City
Mr and Mrs Warren C Snow art
happy over the arrival of a fine baby
girl Ralph Hougaard pharmacist In the
D W Anderson drug store at Ephratm
was at Mantl Thursday visiting rela
A baby girl was born to Mr and
Mrs Charles Gartnt on June 25
E D Sorensen returned yesterday
from Salt Lake where he spent several
Miss Elton Madsen was the hostess
nt a delightful social at her home
Wednesday night
Miss Apple Harmon and Joseph Ten
nant both Of Mantl were married nt
the Mantl temple Wednesday after
noon Both are popular In society cir
cles In this city A wedding reception
was given In their honor and many
friends and relatives were present Mr
and Mrs Tennant will make their home
in this city for the summer
Mr and Mrs Frank Tuttlo have gone
to Salt Lake to make their home for
tho season
Pastor Martin of tho Presbyterian
church left for Fayette and come of
the Sevler valley towns during the
weok and will be Joined by others who
will hold gospel tent meetings along
the line
Mrs Mary Hougaard of Salt Lake Is
visiting relatives and friends
Mrs Mary Phillips of Long Beach
Cal Is a guest of her sister Mrs L F
Frank Carroll of Gunnison called on
friends hero during the week
Mrs McCall proprietress of tho Tut
tip house returned Tuesday from Salt
James Knopp was In Ephralm Thurs
day afternoon on business
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Kaysville July 2Arnold M Barnes
and Paul It Thomassen returned home
Wednesday after an extended visit
through Idaho Wyoming Montana and
Dr and Mrs Clift of Provo were in
town Sunday
Miss Ada Young and Clarence Flint
of Kayuvfllo were married in Ogden
Wednesday In the evening a very
elaborate wedding reception was ten
dered them at the home of the bride
Mr and Mrs Flint will resldo in Kays
John R Barnes Mrs R W Barnes
and daughter Ileene are In Kamas
Summit county
Mr and Mrs William H Wllkonaon
of Salt Lake and Mrs William May
field of Farmington were guests of
tholr mother Mrs Emmeline Taylor
Miss Molllo Barnes was In Salt Lake
Miss Garnet Swan entertained the
Junior Mutqal girls Wednesday after
noon Among those present wore
Misses Maxie Owen Malzie Sims Alice
Coles Marguerite Thomassen Hollis
Phillips Elizabeth Llghtfoot IS mm
Odd Bessie Bishop Cella Warren
Leafle Nance Marguerite Atuc
Mrs John R Barnes Mrs Henry H
Blood and children Mrs George E
Barton and children of Provo and
Misses Martha and Mary Barnes formed
a Jolly party that spent Wednesday at
Mr and Mrs John H Coles were In
Salt Lake this week
Mrs Sarah E Taylor Is In Evcnston
Wyo as guest of her son Leo L Tay
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Bsnghac July 2Mrs Dent of Up
per Bingham gave a social dance In the
I O O F hall Upper Bingham Friday
evening In honor of her niece Miss
Nolllo Cunningham a recent arrival
from England A Venetian dance skill
fully executed by Miss Cunningham was
a feature
Mrs J II Maughan has as her guests
for the summer her daughter Mrs
Frank Glidden and nephew William
Thomas of Butto Mont
W D Clays returnedthls week from
a six weeks trip east for the benefit
of his health
Mrs C D Coatos has returned from
a two weeks visit In Pleasant Grove
and Provo
Cashier Walter Scott of tho Blngham
Stato bank Is on a fishing trip to south
ern Idaho
Editor T L Holman of tho Bingham
PressBulletin came in Wednesday from
a fishing trip to Logan canyon
Mrs Laura Dibble of Now York was
the guest this week of her cousin C
E Adderley and family She will leave
camp for Blackfoot Ida
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Gunnison July 20 L Christensen
has sold his interests here and moved
his family to Salt Lake to live
Mr and Mrs Aaron Broinholt has re
turned to Ephraim
J H Noel of Denver Ss visiting J F
Jones of the Gunnison Valley bank
Marius Simonsen has returned from a
two years mission to Denmark
Walter Tollestrup loft for Salt Lake
Thursday for a short trip
Miss Emily Larsen has returned from
a visit of several weeks with frlende
in Salt Lake
Iresldent J M Knighton and Treas
urer Chrlstcnson wore in Spring City
on business during the week
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Salina July 2Mrs W IL Brown
gave a house party Sunday evening in
compliment to her sister Mrs F H De
Witt of Boise Ida who delighted the
guests with numerous vocal selections
Those present were Mr and Mrs W H
Brown Mr and Mrs F H Do Witt Dr
and Mrs C E West Mr and Mrs C
N Lund Mr and Mrs August Erlckson
Mrs O Cuddeback Mrs A J Lewis
Mrs Lehl Peterson and Mrs Leo Clark
Mrs Melvin Anderson and Mrs Em
mett Robins entertained at a parcel
shower Saturday evening in compliment
to Miss Dorthella Hansen
G A Brandt and son of Idaho Falls
are visiting relatives and friends here
Andrew Peterson has returned from
Salt Lake where ho spent last winter
E A Ricketts has left for Canada
for the summer
Mr and Mrs Joseph Colby wore vis
itors in Richfield during the week
Luolla Francoy Is recovering from a
severe case of blood poisoning
Curg Peterson was at Falrvlew early
this week
Speolal to The HeraldRepublican
Farmington July 2Mrs Ruth Tree
and daughter of Syracuse wero guests
of Mrs David Glover
Mr and Mrs John White entertained
the following Sunday afternoon Mr
and Mrs Eugene Busath and Mrs Nel
lie Derr of Salt Lake Mr and Mrs
Israel Call of Bountiful and Mr and
Mrs S E White of Farmington
Mr and Mrs Henry W Soulo are now
at home to their friends at St An
thony Ida
Mrs George Thatcher of Provo vis
ited Mr and Mrs J H Robinson
Luther F6ss is l the guest of his par
ents Mr and Mrs Ezra Foss
An announcement of Interest Is the
marriage of Charles M Ptaynor son of
Mrs Clara Staynor to Miss Opel Gra
ham of Mochocahul Mexico
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Layton July 21Irs Rufus Adams
and Mrs W E Wlgglol entertained tho
Ladles Independence club Friday after
Mrs Ann Knell and Mrs Robert
Knell of Pinto are guests of tholr
brother John H Green
Miss Beatrice Ellison of Raymond
Canada is the guest of her grandpar
ents Mr and Mrs E P Ellison
Miss Lavana King has as her guest
Mrs Edgar King of Croydon
Mrs Robert Simmons who has been
seriously Ill has loft the Layton hos
Mrs Anl Harris of Preston Is visit
ing friends in the city
Hallo Idaho July 2aMr and Mrs
J H Pelkey have returned from Carey
whore Mr Pclkcy has a contract for
erecting a building
Rev J H Archer returned recently
from Kimberly where he went on
Miss Helen Daft has arrived homo
from Salt Lake where she has been
visiting relatives for four or five
Francis Coates the youngest son of
A Coates was seriously injured re
cently He was returning home with
his father on a load of lumber when
he Jumped off the wagon and fell be
tween the wheels one going over the
small of his back
Mr Van F Peterson and children of
Boise are the guests of Mr and Mrs
W A Brodhead
George Rember has returned from
Moscow where ho was attending the
Idaho State university
John Halley of Boise has sold lots 7
and S In block 4S Hal ley to Mrs Ella
W Homo
Potcr Foster has convoyed to his son
William Foster tho west halt of the
outhwest quarter of section 13 town
ship 1 range IS cast

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