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2 THE OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1920.
I pj SOCIETY
I The home of Mr. mid Mrs. HornrA
W'liltlii r was ilie scene of a merry
r Wednesday evening, September
Jr ;v v. hn Misj Lillian Fowler emor-
f rned ;il a parcel shower In rnmll
I i rjeM io .Mr. and Mra Qlen I . Thump
I v.iini. recently married. The rooms of
hittlor home were beautifully
I decorated I Mis j Licito Fov, !er and
i .Miss Itnv.lrv VVhllflr.,- In ... rvurlniw
I ftrfamci-H were himrr' from the
chandelier to the Qpijiers of the room.
utiu- end o: each streamer tiny red
infiiis irere suspended, in the dining"
robin a decorative color scheme of
;:iecn gnd white was curried out, and
I flowers were used In profusion. A
Miffet luncheon was daintily served
to about thirty-five, man of whom
.To out of-town gUeStfl; Cannes and
nwslc w-re the dlvcrsioi f the ev
j Jtj mid the fun continued until .1
P" hour. .Many beautiful it .veil a?
.-tul Rifts were showered upon the
9&ung couple with tht heartiest eon-.
I Mr. John Brownli of Ogden spent
the week-end at the Hotel Alexandria
in Lo AnKelcs.
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Mrs Florence fisher and Mrs. E. .
Lamb have returned from Salt Lake
Brown son of County Commissioner
1 Martin J' Brown. The Wedding will
H take " November,
gHl Honoring Nl' il"d Mw Geo" A.
1 i on who were married wednesdaj
J In the Sal Lake tempi"-, Mr. and Mrs.
i , q Blaylock of North Ogden, sntar-
1 J ,ed Friday evening at a wedding
ggHl reception rhe brlds a formerly
ggH vi,wS Bdna Caroline Berrett, daughter
Hl Mi- Berrett
and has been the cumpllnisMed su,-st
at several affairs during the past
jwa'tk, Pall flowers and autumn
leaves. In glorious colors of crimson
and gold) were arranged throughout
the Blaylock homo. The evening was
pleasantly spent In games and music.
Many gifts wers showered upon the
young couple amid the heartiest con
gratulations. Luncheon was served to
the ruilnwinn: Jir. unu .mis uumi,'-
a Lyon .Mis Qertnlde Bell, Mis
Sadio Brooke?. Mrs. n. T. Berrett,
Walter H Herreit, Halvor i Berrett,
Mi and Mrs, Karl R, Berrett, Mr.
Mrs. J. Q. Blaylock. Mr. and
Mn. Thomas F. Berrett. Mr. and Mrs.
J. V. Gibson, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
Berrett, Mr. and Mrs i. w. Gibson,
j i Mr .ir.,i Mrs. William Bill, Mr,
nnd Mrs. Frederick Barker. Mr. and
klra a R. Ford, Mr. ami Mrs Qeorge
V ..lineman. Mi and Mrs. William
Storey, Mr. ind Mn David '' Ran
dall, Mr. pnd Mrs. Lewis Randall, Mr.
and Mrs Hyrum v.. Judklna Mr and
Mrs William VI. Orton, Mr. and Mr.
William Spackman, Mr. an.i Mrs. Fred
r:.rner. Mr. and Mr FranK Hunter,
Mr- Sarah SU m n-or hn J s. Mrs Anple
.Tndkins. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. Mr
Delia Chandler, Mrs Beatrice camp
Mls Bernlbe ' 1 "l 'l Miss Olive
Randall, Jack Campbell, LeKoj Mont
gomery. MlOfl Veda. Bi rrel . Ml a Noma
Berrett. Miss I'.'s'h Bcr.cn, Mis
Gh lyi BJayiofck, Orant Btrrott, Walco j
Blaylock una Maurice u.-rrou.
Another of the 'delightful Oalco j
tmowcrs wus given Ian; Tuesday eve
ning at the Baus rant n., south of lown.
In honor of Mlrs Ivathryn Hanley,
hride-elect for early October. The
Join hostesses were the Misses Edna
Uous, Bertha Hellowoll and Emma
S . jl s. The enjoyment oi the SVi Illng
began as the gu s'.s gathered at the
city limiu and were transported to
the ranch by means oi a hay-rack.
This noi i experience cauaod a happy
ripple among the gins anu was hi7hiy
enjoyed. From the moment of ar
rival, the guests wer Kept lrv an uproar
of merriment with humorous games
and pranka Prises Were awarded to
winners if the Advertising Contest'
first prize, u cu".-slaas vase, to Miss
Zina Bcus; and consolation prise, a
to Koat ot Miss Roma Knight. Th
main a'.tractlon si the evening was a
burleque wexldlm? with the bride-elect
;aking the leading role. Late in the eve
ning r'-f rcsnmcnls were served, fol
lowed by the opening of the shower
pacKHgfSi oj ii. nunoieu tui'.-i. iiikji.
many bi-uutlii5 rem mbrani es were
ocattered those whose aispiay caused
additional fun for both the i'ei iplent
and gUMa This closed with a pack
age of letters written by the guests,
these to be opened a week apart after
her m eliding I'lre.J, hul hajipy. nn.-.i's
embarked on the hay-rack and passed
the time homeward with popular
songs Tin- QalOO girls with a few
close relatives and friends of the
urlUc-cle.t comprised the guests.
Miss Avon JCiCh. daughter of T)r.
and Mrs E 1. Itlch has departed for
thi University of Michigan at Ann
Peter Cunningham, employe of the
Ogden Furniture mid Carpet eompan,
and Miss Alma Bauer, well kjiowii
iidcn music teacher, were unite. 1 in
matrimony by BlshOP t". M. Sanderson
Thursday afternoon. They will be at i
hume to thtr friends after the early;
part of the week at 'J 1 5 Plasa apart-'
The graduating class of Sacred
Heart academy wus fully organized1
during the last Week. Members ..f the
cluss number twenty-one, being one of
the largest graduating classes ever;
organized In the school, officers ap
pointed Trere Miss Agnes Branstltci.
president: Miss Lena Holnen. vice,
president: .Mis Kathrjn Floyle, secre
tary; and Miss fae Abbey, secre
tary. Other mimDers In th- class are
Iorralne Bagley. Monlda Brown. Wini
fred Carr. Marie Clifford. Alma Com-,
stock Marie Dore. Florence Tiunn.
Josephine Fefraro, Mar-'.. i t Oruiu,
Lnona Curl. Nora Kcllehcr. 'Gladys
Rowski. Genevieve McCarthy, Rhonda
V'aKaL'a. VI.. r,r. r.,1 " I. I ..
'f"'"e .....,... ......... , i.iinia
i Hchlndler and Madelyn To-
Mrs. LSKRue 1- immei s who lias been I
touring the east with her husband,!
Ilyrum hammers. connected wit ft j
Sousa'y band, has returned to Ogden'
land has resumed her position is or
I gaii is t at the Alhairibn theatre.
Complimenting Miss Ida Roll. y. fall
I bride-elect, Mrs. Warren Arthur en-1
tertmloed at two afternoon sewing par
ities, Thursday and Friday, al net I
home, :is." Twt nty-fourt h street. Miss
Helen Rich and Miss Ida Holley were
the assisting hostesses for Thursflay
afternoon, while Miss Holley and Mra
Rudlger assisted the second afternoon.
J Decorations were In yellow and blue,
with profusions of asters, autumn
leaves and fall flowers decorating tne
home. During each afternoon, nhout
'twenty-four guests were 'present and
dainty articles were made for the
I bride-elect. L jnchcon was served at
the plote "f the afternoons.
Miss Hope Fox entertained a few
i.l' h.r friends a a well appointed
ioiir-oour.e dinner at her home on
Fowler avenue r,n Thursday. A danc
ing party at the Herthana followed
A pink and white color scheme was
carried out in the decoration of the
Fox p sldem e with loely fall flow-
:ers predominating. A large blrth-
daj Cake, elaborately Iced wllli pink
and white, and bearing candles In
rosebuds was the cfnterple(.(. for the
tabic Folds "f whit.- satin wer
inrrangei around the base of the cake
and streamers of pink ribbon were
attached, extending out Eo each place
card, w lie re pink rosebuds formed the
I favors. Those present were Ruth P'.n
jrree.a Annette 'nnnlngham. Helvu
Code, Claud in Roberta, Harold Fom-
'.ff. CarlUS l 'l", Herman Fetcher,
Wflford Burtpn, Fred Kurtz, Leonard
Conn and the hostess.
Miss Dora Paine entertained at a
trousseau tea Monday afternoon at her
homo, 172 Thirtieth street. A Inven
der and while cclor pc'ieine war. car-
l Left to right, N. O. Ogden. who took the part of Peter SUene Ogden in t!.e pr.gcr.nt ,
Merlin j. Stone, -a ho Look ihe pari of Milea Gordycar. and Charles Brown, who took
the part of his father, Captain James Brown.
I after spending the early part of tin
week ther- as lh RUet rriendi
Mrs. Dean B. Brim. II visited lu
Salt Luke during the week.
Miss Vera Tracy and MlSS Qlenna
Marriott have guiir to Los Angeles
io spend the tall and winter.
Warren L. Wattla has returnrd from
a two weeks visit in the east, !! -componled
his daughter, r lorence, to
Smith college at KOfthamPtOl tiOSS.,
visiting en route at Chicago, Niagara
Falhv Buffalo and New i'ork.
Mrs. W. A. Turner, Mi's. Frank
l-rancls. Mr. W. H. Williums, Mr,
Fred Williams and Mra C. J Hum
phries were calt Lake guests last Mon
day. Mrs Clarence Douglas of all Luke
is Visiting here parent. Mr. and -Mrj.
H. S. Tracy.
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Mrs. C. R. Brasear entertained In
compliment to Miss Dora l ainc Wed
nesday evening nt a kitchen shower
ttt her h me. 1 7s Patterson avenue.
AIIsa Paine "vas a bride of the week.
H Gifts oi ah nlv?a and sorts were pre-
aented to the brifio-oleet Games and
music ptUsed an evening of unus-;u
H mn and entertainment. Roses were
used to decorate the rooms Refre. h-
B ments were served to twenty-five
H guests, friends of Ihp bride
H Mis j. Orson DouglOs and son,
James, and bal daughter have re
B turned from a visit with Mrs Douffl I
sister Mrs. It. T. Saxage. In L js Ange- ,
v,,. L'uuniuM was accompanied
I Mrs svge, who Is vmitiug at the
II homi ol her motner, ilrs. Usrtha
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The opening season dance at the'
B Berthana was held Wednesi u eve-,
nlng More than three hundred cou
ides were present Special music was
1 sln by tne Lillian Thatcher orches-
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H Mis. C. - Williamson announces
the marriage of her daughter. Mary.,
to Leslie A. Smith of Logan, Utah.
Hf The marriage took place in the Salt
H) Lake temple on Wednesday. Septem-1
Hi bar 19 Mr Smith has left Tor St
Louis, where he Is taking a medical ,
course at the Washington University,
iimt'ii will Join htsn later.
H QeofgC Lochhead. Jr.. superintend-1
Hl ent of the I'lntsch gas pUnt, left yes-,
H terday for Denver. Albuquonjue. Sail
Antonio, and other points In the Me.xl-
H co and Texas on business connected!
H i -heeler Hess left last ROCK lor Ann,
vrboi . where he will attend Michigan I
university for the coining . ar.
Mr and Mrs Frank Bitter of Rlv-
ecdale, announce the eiigagomeni of
'iid bin in the decorations with aiders
iii a lnrc;r ;.la. s h v I f.irnilng ilie cen
terpiece lir ilie table Mrs. R. B,
Fa in- preside. 1 ai the too titble Miss
Paine was assisted by Mrs. C. R. Bra
Cgr, Bin U T, H'i:.ie and Mr?. Maud
Paine. AbdUt forty-five Kue.'ts culled
during the ufierncon Ti' was served
from J until G o'clcek.
Mh-3 Lucille Dixon entertained at a
surprise party Saturday rveninc Sep
P mbcr 2a. in honor of Miss Norma
Peterson who left for Sli Lake to
rosunio hoi studies al the tTnlvenity
of lTtrh. The rooms were decorated
p roses and fall flowers. Dancing was
enjoyed during (he evening and at a
late lioui .refreshments were served.
Twenty-five guests were present.
Mrs, Lillian P. Wilson left during
in arl pari ol tin v.eek fir Oakland,
Cal where she will visit at the home
id her daughter, .Mr M ('. Sherer
Mrs Bherer was formerly Miss Jaunin
D. Wllscn of ogden. Mrs. Wilson win
remain in California for some time,
until her health improves.
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Mrs. John Browning and Hiss Beat-1
rice Browning of ogden are visiting at I
the Ambassador hotel, Santn Barbara.
ThO) will spend some time at Ihe sea-1
Mrs. ElHin Crotiquist and Mrs. Eliza ,
W easier of Logan were Ogden guests
last Sunday. They tverc en route to
31 Paul, where the- will irlenda'
and relatives for a short period
William Bckhardl oi Burlington, la..'
Is isiting in Ogden with his brother.
Otto Bckhardl 'i lie trip is the first!
that Mr Eckhurdt has made lo the;
west and he has been much Impressed '
Mrs. Anna Hastings of 2221 Grant
avenue, left thi:. vt ek tor he r old
home lu Qrinnell, Iowa. Mrs. Hastings
expects to spend the winter months in
Mn I.e. mure Erv.in ha- returned to
i he home of her daughter Mrs. C harles
Packer on Jefferson avenue, after visit
ing with Mi. Robert Gamble at
Miss Bernlce Hume and Miss Nellie
Iilchardsou have returned lo their
homes In Ogden alter Diting for the
p:.st five we.ks al Great Fails Mont
Mi-.- Heme and Miss Richardson were
the complimented guests at several
prettj affairs during their absence.
A card party was given Mondas ave
uing In the I o 0. F hall b the mem
bers of the Royal Neighbors of Amer
R Stanley Rhees w.i the cuinpli
monted guest at a farewell party given
Monday evening at the Pleasant lew
ward The evening was spent In danc
ing and social entertainment Short
addresses were made during ihe eve
ning. Refreshments were served Mr.
Rh i left Wednesday, Sept. 2V, for the
east, where he will take up missionary
work for the Church of Latter Daj
Saints Mr Rhees expects to be gone
for two years:
Members of the adult nible claps of
the First Baptist church were host
esses at an evening social Tuesday in
the i hurt b parlors. Supper was served
at 0:30 o'clock, and the evening wai
,enJoyed In ad excellent program, and
; in the plaing of games. Another so
cial has been planned for the near fu
Mr and Mr.- William Royal have
returned from n honevmoon trip In
Idaho and are making their homes at
Wilson They are St home tO their
friends Mr. and Mrs Royal were
married during the middle ol Septem
her. Mrs Royal was formcrlv Miss
. . .
Miss Vera Llttleilold has gone to
Mars ivllle to visit relatives foi sever
Miss Kathryn Hanley, daughter of
I Mr. and Mri Thomas Hanley will be
married on Wednesday of ihe coming
Week to Laurence C. Gunning of Port
land, ore The wedding will take place
at Kt. Joseph's Catholic church
Members of ihe sacred Heart Alum
ruu association will hold their first tea
this afternoon at tne academy parlors
iilTaciii ( tne iissorlutii.il wll i.o the
ihoste.ses for tnr aftemoOU, Members
ot me LOS class be honored
Mrs. W & ejulllliuiii was hostess to
jibe memoers oi the si. Joseph s Sow
idg looletj lust 'i'uursday aiternoon,
Iwueu tne club met in mc st Joseph's
I Mrs. Archie Moore will enlcilaln the
mentbers or the ttoyal Purpis socieiy
.U0..U.1, October 4. at her nume, lo
; LoXey u enue.
i The Child Culture olub will nice'.
at tne University "J rooms, oct. r,
I with Mesdamt i uous boru and jobc-
IpniltS MCC'UllOOh as lios. esses. Mrs.
ktoorglnn Marriott Will i.hk on i.eg
Kslatlve lu." All i.. embers1 are re
lucsted to be present
1 ti. .Inrcpii Parsons ent. i tallied ihe
I membeia oi n.e Ogden Brittanlc asiso-
,.n..ii Mondu evtui.ig at a social
I given at her bom, - Thirty-first
.,iei Games and social amusements
lOrraed tne antsrtainmeut oi tne ,- . -nlng.
A uaihlS in. ii aeon was served
by the hosieas. Fall fioweis were used
Mrs. i' i'. Iveraon s hostess Wed
nesdoy evening m tne members of the
rt. I. M. Five U.unueu club at her
l6me( s41 WasnitUftOii avenue. The
ju.-mi were entertained al two tables
Five Hunore-u Wild suppei follow-
f . As;err, fpscor.. I'd tile home i.n.l
! ;he table. The Club Will hold its next
Inieeting, Tuesday, t)ct. i-. at the boms
Lu .vim. Jaox ureenweh, ibii Wash-
I St. Joseph's Altar Society oi" the
ICathoUc churt n gave a card party
tuesaay evemng In t..e Cniversitv cluo,
unaor iie auspices oi tne Iocoj Knights
,ot L'Olumbua Pbs ClUb rooms were
Ideoofuled with fall lowers of various
colorn ai'.d ut t no close oi the evening
I refreshments were served. About two
hundred anu tltt) p,ucia. urera piesent.
Mrs. J. T. .Mignauit cnter'.uined the
members of the . ft, '. social club
rv'ednesdoj svstiins i her home, -uua
Jefferson avenue Cards we.e the
I pastime of the evening A dainty
j luncheon w as served b the- hostess at
a lad- QOUl .U.S. Julia A Alien was
the uiMiStlng hostess. Tno ciuo will
lUeot again in tvVo weeks.
M unbent of the Episcopal Guild
Rrers t Dtertalned Wednesday afternoon
at tne home of Mra A- L. Carpenter,
,222" Adams avenue. Mrs. Carpenter
,.m.i Mrs, Ellen Urewer weie liie host
! -:ses. fhe afternoon was spent In
llework and Qhatttng over the tea
6UPS. Dainty and appetizing refresh
ments were served by the hostesses.
Silver Review No 1. Women's Ben-1
fit association of ihe Muccubcos. en-,
lertalned their friends at a card party'
A'ednesday evening In the Woodmen,
ol tne World boll, Refreshments wero:
lerved lo the guests of the evening.
Regular meeting of the Service Star
Le&io.i of Ogden will be held Mondaj
. :iin at i o'clock In the Elks' club!
i rooms. All members of the chaider
and friends are invited to be present-!
I Mrs. J. Ut Lldrdge, Jr.. and Mrs. Al
ine Collins, delegates to the national!
convention, will give Interesting re-1
j potts on the meeting held at Dee
i Moines. Many of tho constructive plans
land future possibilities will he brought,
mui Iii the reports.
The Live ak club was entertained!
'Wednesday by Mrs. Llda Morris at j
her home in West Ogden. cjulltlng
i was the pastime of the afternoon. At
I I .o'clock a luncheon was served tend j
I later in the afternoon refreshments
were served. Sixteen guests were prcs-1
ent Mrs. Jennie Welsh will enteitulnl
!the club Wednesday, at her home, '.i5s ;
The. opening tea for the fall season
to be given by the members of the
Indies V..I society of the i Pres
byterian church will be held Monday
in the church parlors Officers of the
society will be the hostesses for the
The Liberty club of the Ladles Aux
iliary to the order of Rullway Con
ductors vaj entertained Thursday af
ternoon ut the home of Mrs. Joseph
Robb Mrs. Robb and Mrs Outlier
were the hostesses Five hiridred was
the diversion of the afternoon and fa
vors were awarded to Mrs. win Hreves
and Mrs E Fcklund- A dainty lunch
eon was served at the close of the
meeting Mrs. E. Ecklund of Green
River was the guest at the meeting.
Members of the 8. O. H club were
entertained last Monday evening at
the home of Miss Ruth Junk, 4i
Twenty-second street. Plans were
made at the business meeting for a
big party to be given by the club In
th near future The remainder of
the evening was spent In social chut
and enjoyment. The clubs will meet
again Mohdaj evening at the home ut
miss Liaette Maglnnle.
Ogden Cit; Federation of Women's
club will meet at the city Hall Monday
at 3 o'clock.
The Episcopal i;uiid will meet Wed.
liesda) afternoon at U.3H o . lock at tho
home Of Mrs. R, T Ilium 7 Twenty
fifth street. Mrs. J. F. Alien will be
the assisting hostess.
The Ladles Literarj lub mei v,-d-nesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
J Douglas Watson. Mrs. II B. Bag
ley was in charge of thi program for
the. afternoon Superintendent I. A.
Fowler of the county schools gave n
thoroughly interesting talk on "Utah
JT0 GOSSAED 5rY M
Front Lttint J
Wc continue to feature these original front lacing corsets for the simpb
and sufficient reason that they continue to give unquestioned satisfaction
to our most exacting customer;:.
- Cater J CorstU ere still nml- , ' ;
?fhr nally priced utCi'.n 1'ie reach of
. er-crj woman and you may 4i.y - HHR
s ctcry Goisaid ifilh our c-iur
Sr cntt that it tttH h worth mc i
j J tent you pay jit It urA it In
- uorl'i it In r.nrr.jit'., and
k - " .... verlh II In trwr,; icclcs.
Educational System and Its New
Pis A dano selection was given
by Miss Florence Marsh Mrs. Pauline
Waterfall entertained with a vocal
solo. Mrr. Watson served a delicious
luncheon assisted by her daughters.
Mrs. Vern Watson and Mrs. Eawrem SS
Watson Thi club will meet agaili In
three weekn p.t the home of Mrs. P.
The Pan-Hellenic association of os
dsn met yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Philip Dlx at Roy. About
twenty members were In attendance
and the afternoon was enjoyed In Ken
sington Luncheon was served by the
Mra J II BpargO entertained the
Five Hundred club Thursday at the
Home of Mrs. John Hpargo Dainty
refreshments were served by the host
ess. Fall flowers were used as decor
ations. Oucsts for the afternoon were
Mrs V H. Dalrymple, Mrs MeCann
Mrs. Jane Putman, Mrs Leroy Adam
scn. Mrs H M. Ituvve Mrs A. B. Cul
ley, Mrs. Warren Mlnford. Mrs. Ralph
Boberts .Mrs. J. H. Epperson Mrs.
rchle Bowman and Mrs. James W.
Collins of J-'-a It Lake. Mrs. Howe and
Mrs. Collins assisted ths hostess
SALT LAKE. Oot. I. Mrs. A. Fred
Wey and Mrs. Ira, C. Barond enter
ta'ned at a bridge luncheon Thursd.iv
it i heir home or. East South Temple
street. The guests Included members
of the Tuesday and Octagon bridge
clubs and a few other friends of the
Luncheon was served at small tables
decorated In a variety of fall flow
ers. A basket of Ragged Koblns
formed a centerpiece for the serving
table. Bridge followed luncheon
Covers wrre laid for forty.
The Needleoraft club was enter
tained Thursday by Mrs. B W. Price
,.t her home 134 7 Ninth Easl street.
Luncheon was followed by u kenslng
ton. Lavender and white asters In a bask
et with lavender mallne on the han
dle, formed the centerpiece for the
table. Covers vver; laid for tho fol
lOWlngl Mrs Marsh Cole, Mrs Ned
Price. Mrs. B. Price, Mrs Mnrk Bax
ter. Mrs. Ros. Kunkel. Miss Alice
Hudson. 'Mrs, will Loveridge, Mrs.
Henry Williams Mrs. Harvey Tracy,
Mrs John Vincent. Mrs. Jums Mc
KnlKht. Mrs H J Brown and Mrs
Mr and Mrs. H. W DieU cnter
talned at dinner lust Thursday night
at their home on First avenue In hon
or of Miss Ki:r Kocber and Francis
Benton, who will be married Saturdaj
A bowl of Ophelia roses form d the
centerpiece for the table. Crystal can
dlesticks at either end of the tabls
h id yellow candles The place cards
were kewpie brides encircled In pale
yellow roses. The nut cups were also
ii. . ,fr. Inlrl for len In
cluding th. brldul part.v m
KiSS Helen Virginia Hammond of
this oltj and Cecil E. McCauley of
Kockford. III. were married .it noon
Thursday at the home of the brld 's
parents, Mr and Mrs. Lionel I. Ham
mond. NO West First North street.;
Datus Eugene Hammond performed
the ceremony In the presence of rela
tives. A wedding breakfast followed. I
The HVinK .room wus uuumiru m j
' Block-eyed Susans and zinnias. Pink
' and White alters were used In the
idlniTiR room and on the breakfast t i-
The bride wore a beaver colored
broadcloth suit, with a feather hat,
I and boots and gloves to match. The
I couple left on an early afternoon train '
for a visit to Chicago and Bockford.J
I 111 They will make their home in (
. . .
j Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cowle. enter-1
tulned Mayor Jam.- Rolph, Jr . audi
Mra Kolph of San Francisco at din-1
! ntr at tho Country club Tuesday
Mri William i Knox has returned
from southern Utah and Is at home
at the Barton apartments.
Mr. and .Mrs Arthur Bc-hal and chil
dren have returned lo New "i ork after
a visit to Mrs. Behol's parents. Gov
ernor and .Mrs. Bamberger, Mrs. Behal
recently returned from a trip to the
orient, and Joined her family, who
have spent the summer In Salt Lake
Mrs. S F. Whitney of Plochc, Nev.,
Is visiting friends In the city She
was the guest of .Mrs. R. V. Weed...
the first of this week, and will spend I
the la'ter part of the week with Mrs.
Will Carmen on Sixth East street Mrs. j
Harry Clark entertained at luncheon J
Tuesday at her home In Elvvood Place,
in honor of Mrs Whitney, and she I
The Senipre Musical eoclety will'
hold their next meeting Tuesday, Oct.
6 at the home of Mrs Leslie Savlllc. I
Important business Is to come before
the meeting and all members are re-
; quested to be present. Immediately at
2 SO o'clock. The following program i
will he given "Beethoven's Later
Life " bj Mr.'. James Carrlgan, "Bee
thoven's Music," Miss Royal Eccles.
chairman; Mrs. Ellen Welst, Mrs Eu-
I gene Carr, Mies Mary Fisher, Miss
Dora Smith, Mrs. Don Beason, Miss
IDorothv Wright and Miss Mary Parm
ley. Opening silver tea of the Saored I
ID-art Alumnae association will be
given this afternoon In the parlors
lot the academy. Sunflowers will b
used in th decorations of tho room.
Officers of the asoclatlon who Willi
;act as hostesses for the afternoon and
will pour tea are Miss Gladys Rich.
Mr Edna Hamilton Dinneen Miss
Helen Kenny, Miss Lillian O'Nlel, Mra
Margaret McNulty, Morrissey and Mrs.,
Margaret Mercer. Members of Chu
'21 will be present. Tea will be served j
between the hours of 3 and 6.
Women's Auxiliary to the Hallway
Mall association will meet at the home
of Mrs. Itobcrt Archar, 1:'H Thirty
second street. Wednesday afternoon.
Salt Lake Society
I was the guest of honor at a swimming
party at Beck's Hot Springs Monday
'evening, given by Mr. and Mrs. A
I D. Knowlton, followed b supper at I
the Knowlton home on Sixth East;
Mis. J, W. Alrd lias returned from i
la several months' .tny in San Fran-!
clsco and Oakland, and Is again at heri
home. 336 Eleventh East street.
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Mr and Mrs A Kay Cahoon, .ic-
leompanled by vius Honore stngir. i
i Arthur Erlckson and George Goetz.
'have returned from a motor trip to
Fish lake. Bryce and Grand canyona
i The marriage of Miss Mildred Salz
ner and Howard B. Anderson took
place Wednesday morning In the Salt
Lake temple A wedding breakfast fol
roaes and lilies of the bridegroom's
parents Mr. and Mrs Edwin H An-j
dc-rson, Sr.. on Tenth East street, .orl
the bridal party and relatives. Orange j
colored zinnias decorated the table. I
A reception was K'ven last evening ;
nt the home of the bride's parenrs !
I Mr and Mrs F Salr.ner, 1SS7 Tenth
, East street The living room and 11
I brary were decorated In yellow marl-,
,goltls and nasturtiums In the dining i
! room a pink and hlie color scheme -
was carried out. link petunias In a
1 crystal bowl on a cluny cover over J
, pink, formed a centerpiece for the.
; lab. t
The brldo wore a gown of flesh j
col d Qeorgette trimmed In sllvei
Her veil was caught with pearls and f
orange blossoms, and she carried bride ii
roses and lilies of the valley Miss
lola Salxnor, sister of the bride who,
vH3 iiiiuiiiiuiu, oi ; . i nun uiiieiiti
.ind carried pink swrctp 1. .-land ,
Anderson brother of the bridegroom. ,
was best man. jj
Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Kalzner In re- (
ceivinp the guests were Mr. and Mra 1
Edward T. Anderson. Sr.. Mr. and Mrs .
Edward H- Anderson, Jr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. E. S. Aniursn. Assisting In
the dining room were Miss Asenath
Smith, Miss Helen Burton Miss Helen
Wright, Miss Dora Cannon, Miss ran- jfv A
ces MeMaster. and Mrs. B. Cecil Oa '
Punch was served on the porch by W
miss Melba Salsner, Miss Beth Bllei I M
and Miss Claire agstaff. ' 9H
Dancing wa.i enjoyed on thi It BH
The couple will go to the coast for tCT
a honeymoon trip and will be at home u'
after October 15 In Salt Lake Us
Mrs. Edward E. Hoffman enter- fH
lalned at tea Wednesday afternoon at an
ncr homo on Emerson avenue. In hon- Pal
or of the lir-.t blrthda Ol h.-r son. , y
Bveretl Kerr Hoffman. Fall flowert r
j. i orated the house A blrthdaj caki Um
holding one candle, was In tho center taH
ot the tea table. KB
Those present were Mrs. Koscoc fj
Stoekslater and baby, Marian lOstiier; MjM
Mrs. Georgr Skelton and baby Eileen, A aS
Airs. Hanley BeOSOn and bab'. Hanlcv,
Jr.; Mrs. Harold Havener and bany. Mm
Blllle and Mrs. A. S Olsen and babv. wgb J
The marriage of Miss Cora A. gei
Croclu-ron and Ralph Sucher, both BS' -3
of Rlgby, Idaho, tok place Weunes- sjai
day lu this cay The ceremony was Wf a
perl i med b) l he Rev. J. H. N. V I i
Mams at the home of Mr. and Mm.
James A. Slack, 36 F street. The gflH
couple will make their home In Rigbj HjCl
Mrs. Florence Jackson and son. I
Howard, of Kavvllns. Wyo , have gone Bm-
to Los Angeles to make their home f
after a visit to Mrs. Jackson's sister. flH
Mrs. J A. Vermillion, and brother. Ak !
H. Pettlt. J :
Mrs Ira D Wines has returned from HW
San Frunclsco and Berkeley, where she 1Hl4:
has visited for several months, and 's IMlj
at home at the Bransford.
Mrs. E. A. Culbertson has returned B&S.
from Los Angeles and tho beaches. gSSl
where she has visited for several B;i
months, and Is at home at the Brans- HMd
Mrs. E. A. Culbertson has returned lE
from Los Angeles and the beaches, gBr
where she spent tho summer. !HE"
.ins. i. ww i-.iue ieii v eanestsay flV,
for Grove City, Pa for a two months' Bfftlfe:
visit with Mrs It. E. Hume. WPMZ
Mrs. R L Shannon has returned 1 - - '
from a trip through California. Wi, y
Mrs. George Wilklson of McGlll. R v W
Nev.. Is Visiting Mrs Florence McGhie,
716 East Second South street.
Miss Ruby Kocber, a bride of Sat- f
irday, was ths guest of honor ut u r
erslngton and tea given at "Mv nfV 4
hop' Wednesday afternoon by Miss flBls
l.vssl. lU-nton. The rooms and the "
en tables were decorated In blue corn- 1gla-'
lowers. The guests numbered six- IB -
T;alph B- Koeber. brother of the HS''"
;rlde, entertained at dinner Inst night figt'
it the Newhouse In compliment to hl. Mb".-
lister and her fiance. Frances Ben- lie ',
nn Pint r,a.. ,1 . , ,1 v . t.. BS tV
)le. Covers were laid for ten. A the- Ef-V?
iter party was Riven at the Orpheum naC
ollovving dinner. lt'
Mr. and Mrs W, H. Diotz gave a
tinner party at their home on First Bai
iVenue Thursday evening ill honor of H
diss Koeber and Mr Benton.
. mm :
The annual organization day lunch- J3
on of the Cleofan was given Wednes- Kj ;i :
lay at the home of Mrs Luia Va.4 m'
illls on East First South street. Mrs. faV.i -J
liarence Neslen and Mra Isaac Ik 3?
Malr Evans were the assisting host- gS 3a
The club colors, blue and while. MR
vero carried out In the table decora- Hkli ,
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