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!Mr. and Mrs. William J. Blackburn
I";." Saturday afternoon on the Over
ll'laml Limited for ,m extended visit to
w York City and other eastern
point.' Th- expect to be away about
I four or five weeks during Which time
I thpy will stop at Boston. Washing-
ton. I) C. Montreal, Canada, and 1
m number of other eastern cities and
j I . irts.'ns well as a number of mld
K .. ( ; cities. While away Sir.
I Blackburn Intends to make an in
tensive survey of business conditions
V. In several line?.
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i Mr and Mrs. Joseph Chappie. . f
"j j ,i.lV n . who have been the
.- of M mi. I Mrs .Joseph Toombs
ft ,,f Willirl ?".i- the past month. I"f
ft f.sterday nmrr nq for Los AngeleJ
f Vhrv will go by way San Francisco,
I and visit friends ,-ilong th coasl
Dr. and Mrs Heber J. Sears and
h. 1 ,; ,(-). . i: ut h Q.nd Mrs. V. ro De
1 of Salt Lake motored to Ogden Wed
H ncxdoy. Dr. Sears .mil daughter left
KM for a trip through Zion national park ,
Mii'l P.ryce canyon Mrs Sears Will
f remain h -! tr several weeks to visit
I rHativev Mr Pecker returned to
Kalt Lake Thursday.
SMr and Mrs. P J. Q Carroll and
I family have moved to Salt lake They
V ,...) t,.- ..; hunif ( Jielr friends" at 433
J ' H stri
; Misses Gertrude and Tauline Storey
I were hostesses to a coterie of gir'.
I friends last Wednesday evening, fll .
f their home. S.'.J ' ny.:i r.iad. at a
strawberry fenst. The luncheon was 1
KfrVfn OH a i.-iuit "ii luc 11. o n.
flowers in vases formed the center
Bplete for the table Games furnished
I the fun for the evening. Tiioss pres
Bent besides the hostess Wire: Mr-.
J -, f; fhntxeiman, Misses Km mi
mm Baine. Glad - MeKlnnon Leyonna
Van Kampen, Helen Hanley. Anna
Mm Smith, Evelyn Swanson. Mr. and lira
B W L. Crawford. Mr P.eed Fioldaway
I and Mr and Mrs. C E. Storey.
I Mrs S M Scott. Jr.. lef: Wednes
1 day for Portland. Ore., to visit hej
B mother Mrj. Kate Brasct, for th--
I summer
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' S Abhott Maginnis. former United
m States minister to Bolivia, and Mr
m Maginnis and children ar the enes's
of Mr. Maginniv' mother, Mrs W. 1 .
I Maginnis for f.- - M : - M -I
glnnis has been :-nlng her parents
J L in I airfield, Ky . since her r 1 n
F from Bolivia
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w v Mr. and Mrs. John S. Spargo have
II returned from a three weeks' visit in
1 San Francisco and LOS Angeles Mr.
I Spargo attended the International
I Rotary and Shrlner conv nl 01
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The Mise Ali.-e and Gra e Li
'B-daughters of Dr Lag-in of Sfl 1 Fra
m Cisco, are the guests of Monslgnor P.
I M. Cushnahan.
ila ...
lm Mr and Mrs. John G Tyler for
IBB' merly of this cty, are visiting hci
B for a few days, route to their home
I in San Francisco after visiting their
si daughter, Mr. Edwin Nourse, .n
Vim Ames, la., for a month. Mr. and Mrsj
Tyb-r are at the Reed hotel.
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Mr. and Mrs A L. Brewer, Mr.
hX and Mrs. J. K. Browning x 1 1 and
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Mrs. Henry Tribe and Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Jones and their families have
moved to their homes in Ogden can
yon. ...
Miss Sadie Bccles attended the con
vention of the Chi OnieKa sorority in
Salt Lake last week
Mr- Lowell I". Hohart of Cincin
nati, national jire-ident of the Ameri
can Legion auxiliary, arrived Wed
nesday from San Francisco, and at
tended the I tah convention of the
auxiliary, held Thursday and Friday,
at the Elks' club house on Grant ave
nue. Mrs. Hobart is a guest at the
Mr Fred Wing spent Inst week in
Salt Lake as the gifest of Mrs. Rodney
Hillam. Jr.
Mr and Mrs J. H Quigley of Bil
lings. Mont., have been visiting at the
home of Mrs QUlgiey'S father. W A.
Scudder for the past week. Mrs.
Quigley was formerly Xorlne Scud
der. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scudder. Jr..
and son. Roler'.. of Salt La I.e. -pent
a few daj this week at the W. A.
Scudder home
Mr- James A Cbriaman and two
hildren left Wednesday for their
homo In Green River. Wyo.. after a
month's visit with Mrs chrisman's
mother. Mrs P. A. Cook and her sis-'
tcr. Mrs. K. W. Townsend.
Miss Trude Turner came from Sail
l" anv;iio nif puny given v ri-
day evening i.i honor of Miss Mar
POrel Loner, who .eturned Wednesday
from Columbia university. New York.
Miss Turner is -pending the week ena'
here with her pairnt. Mr. and Mis
W. A. Turner
J I J. Maher, of 762 Canyon road,
has returned home after attending the
twenty-ninth trle,nial convention of
the R. of L. F and E. at Houston,
lexa. wmch waa held from May 8
I 10 June 9. Mrs. Maher and Bon ac
icompanied him to TexB, and from
j there, went t" Los Angeles, where they
will make an extended trip vj:ttT1I;
1 lriends
I -
The Intermediate Christian EndeaV
,or ol the Presbyterian Church of Og
aen herd its semi-annual election of
officers Saturday evenlngrj June IT.
nie meeting was in ihe form of a
, lav n party ai tlie home of Mlsa Mar- !
garet o Laughiln 771 Twenty-fourth
Ptreet. rhe rourfwrrig officers were
elected: PresidentSidney Badcoh:
.vice president. Alice Dix; seerctarv.
! Hazel Uyland; treasurer Beatrice I
Blecher; corresponding iiecretarv I
H.dn, i.irisiey. chairman: lookout
'Jbawin llnll; prayer meetings Esther
lav lor. music. .Norma Rever; social
Warren smith; missionary, Stella
I horn. ts; information, Fred Carr dob
jter. Hilda Ogden.
Following h" election tire following
program was given; Recitation Alice
nix: recitation. Alyce Warner; dance
Eunice Davis and Jessie Smith: a
sketcn, "Aunt Sylvia s Geography Les
son " Sidrnv Rad.on. and Warren
j Smith. Game.- u,.rr. enjoyed during
the evening Refreshments were
I served.
! Af!.. A, -1 , ,
- iu( ronanson, daughter
of rohn Jphansqn was married to G.
I' Davis 01 Bountiful, Friday in the
Sail Lake tempi. Mjss Johaiison en
tertained n; a trousseau tea Sunday
i!urnoon from 2 until K o'clock at
he: home. ;'o,j jt-if.-rson avenue The
rooms were decorated with pink and
white roses and peonies. .Miss Jo
hunson was assisted In rcceing bv
Mrs. D. K. Davis of Bountiful and
Mrs. Edward Howard of Salt Lake.
Mrs. Inez Smith. Mrs. Alts Warner
and Mrs. Alme Farr. One hundred
guests .ailed durln- the afternoon.
The women of I he district offices
Of district four of the forest service
gave a dinner at Pinevlew Friday eve
ning in honor of Mrs. Marion C
Balch, formerly stenographer in the
office of District Forester R H. Rui
ledge. who has resigned, her resig
nation becoming effeotlve July 1 r,,- -era
were laid for 20 person
Dr and Mrs Conrad H Jenson
and daughter Arlene. motored from
Tremonton last week and visited with
Mrs. Jenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Hyrum Belnap. They also spent a
couple of days in Salt Lake with Pro
fessor and Mrs Walter A. Kerr a sis
ter of Mrs Jenson, u ho accompanied
them on their return to Ogden and
made a brief visit with her parents.
Dr. and Mrs. Jenson returned to Tre
monton, where the do. tor will resume
In- practice of medicine, July l, hav
ing recently recovered from an attack
of typhoid fever.
A delightful evening was spent
when Mrs. L C Martin. Miss Klrk
patrlek and Mrs. William Muller en
tertained the Phllathea Sunday si hool
Class In the Methodist church parlors
at its monthly meeting Wednesday
oyenlhg After an enjoyable time
NING, formerly Miss Veda
Welch, daughter of Mr. and
.Mrs. James Wei. h, 3233 Pacific
1 avenue, whose marriage was
solemnized Wednesday, dune
28, in the Salt Lake temple.
(Link Studio.)
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! MISS RETTA FOLK MAN, who is visiting friends and
relatives on the coast. In San Francisco she was the !
j guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Relfe, and is now with Mr.
! and Mrs. E. Orin Folkman at Portland, Ore.
play ing games, strawberries and ( ako
were served bv the hostesses.
Mr and Mrs, Frank McBride. who
ha - 0 bepn in Ro heater, Minn., for thel
pa -1 three weeks, arrived home I
Thursday evening. They visited many
eastern cities of Interest.
Mrs. Frank Low and son. Walker,'
returned home Thursday evening j
from a Ihre.- months-' visit in Call- 1
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Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Miss Lueile Spencer and I
Paul B Firth, which took place June
at Paris. Idaho. Mrs Firih was;
a former graduate nurse o fthe Dee I
hospital. Mr Firlh is a salesman fort
the John Si owi rofl company. Mr. and j
Mrs Firth will make their home in
Montpelier, Idaho
Mrs F M Davis and little sons,
Bobby and Kenneth of Trident, Mon-1
tana, are spending the Bummer with I
friends and relatives in Ogden and I
Salt Lake Mrs. Davis was formerly 1
Miss Darle Dean.
Mrs. Henrv Davis of Twin Falls,
Idaho, and her sons, Sidney and How
ard, are visiting her mother, Mrs. J.
Eteinshriber, 2 731 Washington avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Howes, Mr
and Mrs. George E. Hedges and the
following and their families spent the
last week-end at the canyon home of
Mr and Mrs. Wade M. Johnson at
Wlldfood; Mr and Mrs R. W. Ta , -lor,
Mr. and ,rrs . Angus Kenned'..
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Armstrong and
Mr and Mrs. W. II Keeder. Jr
Mrs. Carl R. Geiger and daughter,
June, left Wednesday for Sa.nt.-i Am.
Cal., tQ spend the summer with Mis.
Gelger's parents, Mr. and Mrs Wado,
fnrmerlv of t h 1 city.
Mrs George W 'ogel has as h"r
guest, her daughter, Mrs David G
Nelson of New York, who is visiting
relatives in Ogden and Salt Lake, en
route home from the coast.
Orvllle Bassett, son of F. c Han
sen Jr.. of Salt Lake, is the guest of
his aunt. Mis. L. R. Eccles. for sev
eral weeks.
Dr and Mrs F. L Rich and
daughter Carmen, and son, Blair, wnn
had been visiting relatives in Salt
Lake ami Centorvllle, spent Tuesday
in Ogden with relatives un their vv 1 v
home to Rexburg, Ida.
Miss Genevieve De Young of this
city and Misses Helen Iawrence and
Erma Egan of Salt Lake, left Sun
day for California, where they will
spend several weeks touring the coast.
Mms Cecil M'-gan was pleasantly
surprised at a parcel shower given by
the Wosefa swarm of the Fifth ward
The girls enjoyed a luncheon at La
goon Those present were Genevieve
De Young. Ree helper; Cecil Morgan,
assistant; Virginia Neuteboom, Lo's
Lindsay, Ruth Pingree, Martha
Berghout, Marguerite Jongsma, Ruth
Burton, Georgians Rookhuysen and
Cora Berghout
.Miss Florence Fisher, treasurer of
the Orpheum theatre, left Saturday
L(V' Correct in rvcry de-
r 1 1 i f appealing! y
I VfVl pretty caiv to
make becauie of the
v ILl Special Guide for
UL 'i"4Ti Cutting and Con-
3iJ itrudtiph.
ft 1 f ir Pictorial Review
1 ft HI 1 atterns July
Jr 7 iff 20c to 35c V
VJ,tH None Higher
Dretn 1131, 35 cents
Butcher Rejoices Over
Wife's Recovery1
"My wife Buffered for five years and
practically lived on toast and hot
water. Doctors aaid she would have
to be operated for gall stones A lady 1
advised her to try Mayr'a Wonderful
Remedy and after taking 4 bottles over
two years ago, she has been entirely
Well ever Hii.ce." It removes the cat
arrhal mucus from the intestinal tract,
and alloys the Inflammation which
Causes practically all stomach liver un,
intestinal aliment', in.-ludlng append!-1
citia line josc uiii convince or money
I returned ai r, tfclntyre Drug Co '
Adv eriibemenL I
for San Francisco, where she will
spend the summer.
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Mr, and Mrs. William Rice Kimball j
entertained at a dinner Tuesday Eve
ning al their home on Tyler avenuo j
in compllmenl to Mr. and Mrs John
j Tyler, of San Francisco The tnhi
was decorated with garden flowers.
Mrs. E R. Dumke entertained a,
few guests at a luncheon Wednesday
afternoon at her home In compliment
to Mrs. John J. Tyler of San Fran
cisco ...
Miss Annis Brown entertained Tues-
evening at her home .) Madison
av. nue and Twenty-fifth street. In
honor of former Senator and Mrs.
Frank J. Cannon of Denver, who havo
been visiting relatives in Salt Lake
and Ogden fur the past month The
guests Included relative and a few
friends of former Senator and Mrs.
I annon.
Mrs. Joseph T K'rk. vho had been
visiting In California for the past
month, returned Friday to her homo
in the Browning apartments.
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, her niece, little Miss Mariana Hill, left
Saturday to spend the Fourth of Inly
in Denver visiting Miss Carrie Adams
vvho Is laboring as a L. D. S. mis
sionary there.
Miss Afton Stahr has returned to
her duty at the Holy Cross hospital in
,Salt Lake, after a pleasant two weeks'
vacation spent In Ogden..
. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L Burgess en-
tertained al a .linm-r Monday evening.
The guests were. .Miss Beatrice Corri
Jgan of Anaconda, Mont who is in
training at St. James hospital In Butte,
,Mont. Miss Afton Stahr of tho Holy
ICioss hospital of Salt Iake. .Irs Alice
Broolcs Mr. nn.l Mrs. James E. Ed
wards and Mr. and Mrs. William J
Edwards. Miss Corrlgan has been vis
iting her sister. Mrs William J Ed
wards, and was the honor guest at
many pleasant affairs while in Ogden
Miss Jeness Smith daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. S. S. Smith, returned home
'from New York. Sunday to spend the
'summer Mi-s Smith has been Btudy-
Ing art at the Pratt Institute In
j Brooklyn for the past year.
COAT sij if VES
Coat sleeves are s.ild to be grov
lug mailer, but :he compensate for
his by original cuff treatments and
n oncentratlon of trimming in the
region of the sleeve.
Cocoanut Oil Makes
A Splendid Shampoo
If you want to keep your hair In
good condition, be careful what you
wash it with.
Most soaps and prepared sham
poos contain too much alkali This
dries the scalp, makes the hair brit
tle, and Is very harmful Mulsifled
cocoanut oil shampoo (which is pure
and entirely greoseJess) Is much bet
iter than an.v thing else you can use
tor shimpooing, a.s l h is ran't possiblv
Injure the hair.
Simply put tw,. tft three teaspnon
fuls of Mulsifled in a cup or glass
with a little warm water, then moisten
.'.uui hair with Water and rub II in
It will make an abundance of lather,
and cleanse the hair and saip thor
oughly. The lather rinses out easily,
and removes every particle of dust,
dirt dandruff and excess oil The hair
dri. s quickly and evenly, and it leaves
It fine and" silky, bright, fluffy and
easy to manage.
You can get Mulsifled cocoanut oil
shampoo at any drug'store It Is very
eheapand a few ounces Is enough to
lasi everyone in the family for months
Be sure your druggist gives you Mulsi
fled. Ad vertisement.
rv ;hSy fever ;r
- -' ; of the Hose and Throat W
The Temple Pharmacy
Pocatcllo, Idaho
Members From All Parts of
. Utah Gather in Ogden !
The annual state rally of all Utah
j reviews of the Woman's Benefit as
sociation of the Maccabees was held
Wednesday, June 2$. In the w. o. W. '
hall. At 2 p. m , the rally was called
! to order by Mrs. Otera McEwan, ral
ly commander, who presided through-,
out the meeting.
Mrs McEwan appointed the fol-(
lowing officers to assist her In tho
work': Commander, Mrs. fthoda Sned
don. Liberty review No 9; past com
mander, Mrs. Myrtle Iarlson, Silver!
review Xo ; lieutenant commander,,'
Mrs. Jessie Fowler. Silver review No 1
1; record keeper, T. Jonnle Prout. Sil
ver review No. 1 ; collector. Mrs. j
i-Mlth E. Trout. Silver review No. 1; I
lady at arms. Mrs. Maude Forbes, Si 1 - j
ver review No. 1: sergeant Mr?
Clars Knowles, Silver review No. 1 ;
sentinel. Mrs. Sarah Bond, Silver re- i
"ie, No. 1; picket, Mr. . Hendrick-j
son. Park City. No 2; musician.1
pliss Martha Chausee. Silver review
No. I; musical director. Mrs-. Emma!
Chausee, Silver review No. 1 . chap- 1
lain, Mrs. Mary Wilson, Silver re-j
view. No. I; cheer leader, Mrs. Sarah,
Hains, Silver review No. L
The following program was given j
a1 - p. m.: Opetdng march, receiving!
distinguished visitor and flag drill, by
officers and guard of Silver review I
... 1 whistling solo. Mrs. Maude
Forbes; introduction of commanders,
ami marathon runnels, with the rec
ord of marathon runners given by1
Mrs. Erlckson, state commandor; de-1
gree of fraternitv. by offlcern and
guard of Banner review No. 11 wl'h
four -andidates In lino, flower fund
march by officers and guard of Sil
ver Review No i, and participated!
in by all members present The pro-'
ds of the manch were presented to
Silver review No 1 Recess.
f! p. m Banquet given by the su
preme commander. Miss Dina M
W to all who had secured a new
member This was presided over by
Mrs. Catherine Erlckson
At the evening meeting this pro
r; 1 tn wa s given :
Yo.-al solo, Miss Wahlbcrg; pimo
duet, Misses Gretts Lichtenberg and
Jennie Sims. lass initiation by offi
cers and guard of Silver review No. l.
with 22 candidates in line. Introduc
tion of hospital board, Mrs. Myrt.e
Larison. Mrs. Anna Holden and I.
Jennie I'r.iut. address on hospital ser
vice by ir Alice M. Ridge, medical
examiner and former chairman of
hospital hoard; vocal solo, Mss Marv
A T. Clark; presentation of ertiM
catea by officers and guard of Silver
1U ' lew No. 1. address on growth of
the order, Mr9. Catherine Erlckson.
'tate commander; flower fund march
by officers and guard of Silver re
view No. Sand oartlcipated in by all
pre on! The proceeds were given to
RriglAim review which Is the baby
review of T'tah. The rail- closed with
Blnglng of marathon songs by all
During the afternoon session, Mr.
Catherine Erlckson announced there
arc 35 marathon runners who ire
earnine a trin to the Facifie rnnl
in 1923 by securing new members
This meeting will be held In Los Ang
eles and presided over by Miss Bin.i
M West, supreme commander of th?
W B A Members of the order from
all over the rountrv will earn free
trips bv getting new members and It
Is expected there will be in. 000 visi
tor? present The W. B. A. Is the
largest benefit society of women In
the world and Is controlled exclu
sively by women for women.
Mrs. Catherine Erlekson. state com
mander, who has been on the coast
for three months as a special worker,
was present as the guest of honor of
the rally, and made several informal
speeches besides her address. Dur
ing the afternoon session she wis
presented with a beautiful silk um
brella by Silver review No 1 as a
slight token of their love and appre
ciation of the help she has given
them In their work.
Mrs. McEwan, commander of Sil
ver review and rally commander
made a short speech of welcome and
the following commanders responded:
Mrs. Hanchett Ol Banner No 11; Mrs.
Countryman of Alice No. 16. Mrs.
Fairbanks of Brigham No. 12. Mrs.
Jeffers of Park City No. 2. and Mrs.
Seddon of Liberty No. 9.
The rally gave an opportunity for
social intercourse and the meeting of
many Old friends, and was thoroughly
enjoyed by all The exemplification
of the ritualistic work was well done
by the different guard teams.
Mrs A C. Brown. Mrs F G . M -ers
and Mrs. H L, Palmer enter
tained th U C T. ladles at Lorin
Farr park Tuesday afternoon. Re
freshments were served. The meeting
was the last one until September.
Mrs Fred P. Stone entrtalncd her
kenslngton club Thursday afternoon
at her home. 4ol Seventeenth street.
Bunco' furnished the fun for the
afternoon, prl.es l.ing won by Mrs.
O. Thomas anrl Mrs. Harry Lindell.
Tvv.i Invited guests were Mrs. R. C.
Gross and Mrs George ThorBtensen
An interesting and enjoyable even
ing was spent at the W, W hall on
Monday evening by tho Southern Pa
cific local federation, composed of the
six shop crafts employed at the
Southern Pacific. After the regular
order of business the strike question
v s discussed, also the unmerging of
the Central Pacific from the ouh-
ern ' Pacific. Ught refreshments
were served
a a
The Ladles' Missionary society of
the First Presbyterian church held
their last Indoor meeting until Sep
tember In the church parlors Fri
day. June 23 The musical program
consisted of a piano selection by Miss
Lueile Thomas, a vocal number by
Miss Beha Thomas with Miss LUCile
Thomas at the piano. Miss Eva Booth
and Irme James sang a lullaby, with
Mrs Hlllit.rant at the piano Miss
Mary Constance Alexander rhajrjnln?
ly entertained with a ukelele Selec
tion, At a meeting of the Altar society
of St. Joseph's church held Tuesday
evening In the church hall, the fol
lowing officers were elected: Mr-.
Raymond P. Morrls.se. president;
Mrs. J. P DJnneen, vice president.
Mrs. Harvey Cahill, secTetflCry and
1 a a a
Mrs. A T Langlols entertained at
a kenslngton al her home. 559 Twen-j
ty-fourih street, Friday afternoon j
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Under the auspices "f the North I
Weber Stake Relief society a bazaar
Cash and Carry I
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Tomorrow Lm
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Our plant is located at Brigham, but will be moved to
Ogden if our cash and carry plan meets with success. i -Wm
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kindly solicit your patronage. LM
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the use of right foods. A diet deficient in the vitamin A is iH
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that helps Nature absorb and fix lime in the bones. It is an Hl
f abundant source of health-building vitamine and helpy
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Scott' Emulsion is a vitamine-food of special mmm
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Scott a Bowne. Bloom 6 rid. N. J. SS-V H
was riven in the Burton Implement
store Thursday. Friday and Saturday,
the proceeds of which will go for thi
benefit of the Weber gymnasium
' '
Members of the S O H. club were
the guests of Miss Maty Dermody, ,
Friday evening at her home, 1055 I
Twenty-fourth street.
Mrs R T. Major was hostess Wed- '
nesday afternoon to the League of
Bacred Heart at the hom- of Mrs. P. 1
Bovle .6 IS Lincoln avenue.
At her home, 2248 Jackson avenue.!
Mrs. T. W. Thlllps entertained Wod- (
nesday afternoon at a kemdngton tn ;
honor of Mrs. Phil Curto of Gallup,1
X .1 Luncheon was served on the
lawn on small tables, the decorations'
for each were Shasta roses. Covers
- cro laid for fourteen.
Mrs. Weaver, a past commander of J
Silver review, entertained the guards
and a few friends of Banner Review,
No. 11, of Salt Lake, at a luncheon r.t ,
hor home last week. A rising voto ;
of thanks was given Mrs Weaver for,
her hospitality.
a a a
Mrs T. D Ryan entertained the
members of her bridge club at lun'h-:
eon at her home. 630 Twenty-fourth
street, Tuesday afternoon. Luncheon
was servvu hi j - ou u liui. u iuu
followed by bridge. Red rambler
roses and Shasta daisies In a CUt-lass
bowl formed tho centerpiece for the
table Mrs. Katherlne Fitzgerald uf
gvanston, III., wns a special guest
.Covers were laid for eleven
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MYs Alfred A Oborn. 832 Twenty
third street, entertained the members
of her .sewing club Thursday after
noon. a a a
At her home on Douglas avenue.
Mrs. Jool E. Harris entertained tVtenv
bers o her eewlng club and s num
ber of Salt Lake guests. Monday af
ternoon, in compliment to Mrs. L. F
Rich of Rexburg. Idaho, formerly of
this city The CVden guests were M -.
Joseph E. Storey. Mrs. Allan Miller.
Mrs. Herbert B. Foulger, Mrs Albert
B. Foulger, Mrs Joseph A Madsen.
Mrs. Alvin Stewart, Mrs. O. Carlson,
Mrs. Joseph Foulger, Mrs. BurcLu
Smith. Mrs. Nathan Hawkes and Miss
Ruth Stewart.
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Women's Auxiliary to the American
Legion will hold a special meeting
Mjpnday evening in the City hall at
7:30 o'clock. All members are re
quested to be present.
a a a
The White Rose club will meet with
Mrs. A Bherrer, Canyon road, Thurs
day July 6. at 2:30 p. m.
The members of th- S O. II club
were entertained by Miss Mary Der-'
mody Friday evening at h-r hum'.
105 6 Twenty-fourth street The ev
ening was spent in playing 50 0.
Luncheon was served. A cluster of'
small American flags formed the cen
terpiece for the tabic and the nut cups H
were In the national colors. Co !)))))))))))
were laid for 16 guests. Miss Gertrune B
Alton and Miss Cecilia Alton were - HB
vited guests Miss Dermody was as- H
slsted by her sister, Miss Brent Dei- H
a a 'BJJJJjS
Mr O. J. Stllwell entertained the IR
members of her kenslngton Club H
Thursday afternoon at her home in HB
Ogden canyon. Light refreshment
wre served. Hj
At her home, 559 Twenty-four.th HH
street, Mrs. A. T. Langlols was ho - H
tess at a kensington, Friday afternoon. H
A buffet luncheon was served. 1
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Alfred A !H
Ulson. 882 Twenty-third street, enter- !H
tuined the members of her sew in c E
club. A buffet luncheon was served IBj
to is club members. Bn
Mrs. Carl S. Watson entertained the IEf
Happy Hour club Wednesday aftor- V','
noon if her home ,2762 Madison avP- ffS'-l
nue. The time was spent in needle- Rap!?
work. At 5 o clock a luncheon was '
served. The table was-decorated with mBv '-y
Shasta daisies and gypsophlla TIt- h'
placecards were small baskets of
Shasta daisies. Covers were laid for I
nine guests. The next meeting of lh
club will be held Wednesday, July 12, HP,i
at Lorin Farr park. fe
00 B-!;
"brigham society
BRIGHAM CITY. July 1. Com- Hfe,
plimentlng Miss Myrtle LUlywhltC ;Rax-
B bride of this ve-k. a lunch- mtip
eon was given Saturifuv afternoon by H-v
Miss Abble Pond, at her home on Hot--.
First North and Second East. Can- BUl-V;
terherry bells, sweet peas and roses EFr'," '"
were used In the house decorations. Ej";.,r;
A crystal basket of red and white l(Bjf.
roses centered the table in the dininw Wjbi
I room where luncheon was ser I HBp' "-
i Silver candlesticks, holding: red can- Ha :
I dies were at either end. The hostess H"V
was assisted In serving by Mrs. C1K- tt&'V'
ford Dunn and Mrs T G. Turner Ifint-
Besldes the hostess and the guest pi MKT .
honor, covers were laid for the Blisses H I
j Leota Jensen. Elva Jensen, Thyra I
1 Morgan, La Von Stayner, Alice Dore- B',!
I mus and Sophia Bloom. BjfcTj I
The telephone, operators ga e .1 ife'i,
I canyon party Thursday evening raWT"
Lunch was served and dancin:. to the Bk!,
strains of a phonograph, followed K''"1
Numbers were rendered by a quarter St8? . :
cnniposed of the Messrs. J. H. Cllv-. Bmf I
Alfr.-d Highland, A. H. Clark and Jatl. W.y
Johnson. The guests numbered scj-
a a I Bvt
Miss Charlotte Tarns of Willard, ej)- , '
tertained Friday eening at the W(l- BSj.4"'
lard dancing hall In honor of Fran- UHk
rls 1 '00k, who will leave for a mission HSnjUi
in July. Vases of red roses were aT- 9KSI&
ranged about the hall Following iBjKffl&l
progressive games and a musical pre- JmmLy 'i
(Continued on Page Four.) MEpj
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