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B ' Sept. 10, 1012.
B The nights aro very cold.
H Jack Frost is decking the trees
B with his bright colors.
H Mrs Mary Jane Edwnrds who
H hns been very sick the past
H week is slowly recovering. Dn?.
H Donald and Joseph McGregor
H wore called owing to the serious-
H nefls of the case.
H Mr. Alma Robinson han gone
H to Parowan on business.
H t Every one is busy taking care
H of tho potatoes. Reports arc
B that there is a very good crop
H this year.
H MAID OF HONOR
' WRITES OF TRIP
H Editor Record. Thinking the
H readers of tho Record would be
H pleased to know of some of the
H pleasant happenings that was
H afforded Queen Lucilc I, her
H maids of honor and delegates in
H Salt Lake City, at the National
H Irrigation Congress, Soptember
m 30,-Octobora, 1012, 1 will cn-
H deavor to relate some of them.
H We wore all very ably and
H delightfully entertained by tiro
H Utah Hoard of Control. During
H our stay In Salt Lako City, every
H moment was taken up in some
H sort of entertainment.
H Sunday ovening an informal
B meeting was called at tho Hotel
H Utah. Thoro wo had the pleas uc
B of mooting Miss Lueilo May
m Fancko, Quoon of Irrigation,
M and Mrs. Witzol, our Chaperono,
B who disohugod hot duitos in the
"t capacity plonnsntly and'capably.
B Monday morning wo were tak-
K on to tho commercial club, and
Kj fi there to thu tabernacle.
V v r i he Congroas oponed A
-""' " ' ""- -r' ..?l&$v Xram was rondorocjL
Fi 'Ov .tlL min musical nuinfjjr 1
B1 bol WTho National Odo to Irri-I
H1 atlOn, ululor the direction ofl
Hf'j Prof. J. .1. McClollen, who cum-
H. ' posed it After thwwcbaion oi
Mri Congre wo were taken buck tc:
Ht tha Commercial Club for tunc!
m j Monday ovoning wo met at the
H Altjiv Club, and wara ontertahied
H, until our Float was wmily.
B.' i Quv Float was worked out in
B rod and green and gold, the
H stata colors. Tho entire flimt
K was festooned in a myriad lights
iV1.' ' nf tlm Htnto colors, and nhik and
' whito roses. Tho Queen Bat in
M an arbor at tho rear drossed in
H royal purple, tho Matron of
H 1( . Honor lower at horaido, while
H jj tho pages woro also seated at
H 1 hor feet. Tho Maids of Honor,
H j dressed in white, sat along tho
H 4 sides of tho chariot. Tho dimen-
sions of tho float was 82 ft long,
8ft wide amllS ft high. 400
lights G.200 roses and more
H than 100 yards of silvor trimm
m ings were used.
H Tho parado began from the
H Atla Club on North State street
H tnrough tho Kaglo Gate, down
H main to Ninth South and back up
H State stroot, lasting two hours.
H After J ho parado wo woro again
H ontorCainod at tho Commercial
H Tuesday afternoon at 2:80 a
H spocial train loft Salt Lake tak-
H ing us to Saltair whoro the water
H had been heated in the tank,
H -w and wo woro permitted to onjoy
I Sfck tn0 af tornooW m sucn 8Uorts as
Kl j- tho water affords. Tuosdny
I B evening wo woro convoyed to
I Bt. tnQ Colonial Thoater where Box
H Bt SQata woro rGservo on tn0
Bk Right and Left of tho house,
H fei!u Jay '" "I"0 nwn rom
H ' JjdnosdftY was spent at the
H Stmtoir, The Iron county
H 1 displnyftLpvjng Up very fine.
Thursday morning'at-9:30 we
enjoyed on excursion to Emigra
' Thursday evening a ball was
given at the Hotel Utah. The first
event of tho ovening was the
Grand March led by Queen
Lueilo I and escort, followed by
her pages, Governor Spry and
his staff, and Maids of Honor,
with their escorts. After the
march we all had tho pleasure
of shaking hands with all dele
gates and friends at tho ball,
after which tho remainder of
tho evening was spent in danc
ing. Friday evening we were en
tertained at the Garrick theater.
Saturday evening at tho Grand
Testimonial Concert, to Prof.
J. McCellan, prior to his de
parture for European study.
This concluded our weeks
In a letter I received from
chairman Douglas Whito he
said,"On'tfio part of tho Utah
Board of Control and other
officials of the National' Irriga
tion Congress, I desire to extend
to you Our sincero thanks for
your attendance at the Congress
and wo trust wo may repay your
consideration by means of a
thorough attention to your com
fort and pleasuro while here."
Will soy again, as we all re
marked at every ovent dnd at
tho conclusion, that wo sincerely
thank, first, our county, for the
honor to bo selected as Maids
of Honor at tho National Irriga
tion Congress; second, tho Utah
Board of Control and all other
officials who so abJy and delight
fully entertained us.
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