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1 ABOW MMHTlES - PERSONS - CIAJBS fir- MUSIC I I
gates' in
Ship of State
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Apron Shower
Is Given For
Recent Bride
Miss Cleone Jaiides Is
Hostess at Party ft.j
M rs. Fprence L3 ach
Miss Cioono Lnndes entertained Frl-1
day evening at ;m apron shower for
Mrs. Florence Lyn h. ;i r cent bride .
formerly Mils Florence Durk.
Situslc nnd games furnhhod niu.se-1
nient for the evrnlng. prliea for thd
games being awarded to Mis3 Lavernl
Qalsford anl Mis IxiVon (2reenWell.
A dainty Itinrin on was si-rvt-d to tlv.l
folliwin-j: ffucstv: Mls Lavon Grecn-T
well. Mis- Livc-rn Galfcford, Miss Mar
vel Burk, MiMa Vl la Bmuln, Mlsa it i-
hell Br am well. Mrs. Lou Fan. Mlsa,
Lydla Snunn. M s Mabel Kuhlman i
Ml.ia Allro Bu-k. Mlka Madeline Gais-j
Cord ... t ALne Burk, Miss Maggie 1
Harrop, Mlrs Cleone Lanles, Misjj
Pckrl Smn a .ul s .i-rtlc Smuin and!
MlM rere'.ia llUs:.n:.
The shower to.k pkt.ee at the home
of Mrs. Y. D. IahaCi-i ' 3'D Adams!
acn.e
i:"Ai:MYELL PARTIKS
'''oil IiK! KN RESSl
In honor. of Helen Reese, daughter!
Of Bishop an: Mrs, K, T. Reese of
PU r.n1 V7Cw, t.io left Wednesday
ror little Creek, Micbigun. to attend
the Battle Creelc Normal school of
i i. .: al ISducatlon. Mrs. H. L. Tav
lor entertained ;.t a lawn pa.rty last
v.eek at her homo. 237 5 Jackson ave
nue Japanese lanterns and balloons
HI ..... . ted and decorated tlie iQWn.
A d-iicloua luncheon wis served, u
color scheme of pink nn 1 whit-; be-1
la i-rlocl out In the menu.
ITU rucrts or more participated In'
ttfe cf.'alr.
Mis? Agnes Thlr.ne3 and Harold
Perrtn cf Pleasanl view entertained 1
la.?t week at the Thinnes home tn
t Deascut View in conipuinent lo Miss I
. nies, music und .lancing1
furnifri.ed the fun for the evening. Uo-!,
r onts were served to -to gnestf. i
Mi Iteese !s a graduate of the We-'
b.r .".ormal oolleg, ana nas also been
a otudvdt at t.r o tTnlveralty of L tah. i
01 : i ii KN' iOVKi)
BY THEOLOGY CLASS
I our-- men of the Theological de-
.-.'t p ihe ilnrtcenili vjrd Sun
;rta;, Hcbeol, entertained the oung v
nun u: th'. cia. al a watermelon bust
ii i) ... n canyon Thursday evening
'The tf p ; thi canyon was made
laUtomobUf A i: lionilre was llght
; ed. Songa and games furnished th
enti la'nment for Ihe evonlng.
Present were Jewell Bel nap, Mai ,
gai Selbotd, Lucille ''sm. Lavoi
Pit ett, Algeria Bejhold, Dorine l'ick
I etl Lavon Hlgglnuotham, Emma Den-1
ni . Vio!a Peterson, .;ertrude Mlller
Hut!; Xi lson. Cora Helnap. I'.uth pod-
dal'd. o'ir . B. Bolnap, Jcseph Dc
MTislftn, (lay TaggSrt, Lojlo lllnlon
.. Parry. Seaman Bowman, n.ir
I ro d I rombcrg, John DeHsan una
o ' sr Stoker.
I "ill' part win elven under the li-
reetion of the class president. Joseph
DeHaan with kav Taggart. assisting,
him.
Li nohbon (jivi;
UOR ( OAST VISITOR
Mr.i. Abbott B. iieywo-d entertaln
l ed liif- rmally at a luncheon at the
Virginia. Wednesday afternoon, co-ti-
pllmc itary to Mrs. Jo n W. O'Brbui
I of Redwood C'ty. "al.. who is the
gui of Mrs V. lj. MagSnals.
I Crystal basktts of Ophelia rosea
adorned the luncheon table.
Among these present besides the
guest (.f honor were Miss Daisy M '
i glnni. Mm. Thompson Corn. Mrs.
Wade Johnson. Mrs. Eber Fieri, Mrs i
I Adam I'avterson. Jr.. and Mrs. Mar-
I ihaii of Philadelphia.
i rancaa Mullen entertained at
birthday anniversary luncheon on
Thursday at her home. 2711 tyrant
avenue. The afternoon was sp-nt
with music and games. Prices were
awarded to Margaret McCarty and
Edith Thinnes. The invited guests
were r. Ma Bfckbr, Mrs. Conrad Boi
stad. Lillian ravls. Margaret McCarty,
Basel Mntchin.siv. Placid S ON'eii
Catherine O'Neill, Edith Thinnes nnd
Margery Mullen.
Mrs. Catherine phufflebarger shter-
talned the members of her bridge club
Tuesday StemoOD at the Virginia
'Mrs T. I . Ryan received the high
score. Following Ihe card games dln
i ner v.-as served. Pink cosmos deco
' rated Ihf table. Covers were laid
. for eight.
Mrs Morton Russell left Monday
I for her home In Berkeley, Cal., ttsi'-r
la short visit In Ogdon. the guest of
I Dr nnd Mrs. Edward M 'onrry Mrs.
j RusseH rs accompanied to Berkeley
I by MloO Jean Acree, who had spent
the summer hero the guest of l 'r
and Mra Conroy.
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I Mr? Patrick Mealy was the giwst
' of Mr and Mrs. J. N. Ireland In'Po-
catfi'.o. Idaho, la-st week-end.
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Mrs. A. Conant of Los Angeles, who
has be. n visiting In Ogden for four
WOSkS. the Sliest Of her sister. .Mi l.
Patrick Henlv. return, d Monday from
a week's visit In Burley, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs G. YV. McCunC had
as her guests la-4 week-end Mr and
I Mrs David p. Howell of New Yor):.
Mr Howell Is one of the leodlnc mnv
i Ing picture producers of ths Un" ' '
! Stater. Mr nnd Mrs. Howell will
ivlsll Silt Lake until SeDtemh?r X.
R5. HAROLD E. PETTEGREW". formerly MiSs Melba Dean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs!
George S. Dean of North Ogden, whose marriage took place recently in the Salt Lake
j temple. (Ridgs-Rabe photo.)
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MRS. FOBD HONORED
BY BIRTHDAY CLUB
Alta Vista Birthday club members
Were entertained at the home of Mrs.
K. KorJ. 2424 Tyler avenue, last
week, ihe ocaaaion being Mrs. Ford's
birthday. The afternoon was spent i
with fancy work, social chats and
games. Prlr.es were won by .Mrs. N.
It. Morrison and Mrs. J. B. Turks.
Mrs. Ford was presented with a rui;!
0y the members.
Several musical selections were giv
en by Mias Doris Prondflt, violini-t.
:o companled by her motlier, Mrs. J.
;:. Proudflt, at the piano; Annette
Proudflt', Bdivaphonlst, accompanied
by F46rehce Ferd on the piano. Mrs.
Morrison played several selections on
the piano
Following the musical program a
luneheon was served to the following
gucrtj: Mrs. J. M! Lelnen of Poca
tello, Mrs. J. F- Campbell. Mrs. J. K.
Parks. Mrs. N R. Morrison, Mrs. J,
R. rroudflt. Miss Doris Proudflt,
Mrs. Hugh Arm--1. Mrs. Alfred 13.
Bruerton, Mrs Arthur Ransdep, Mrs
H. C. Hal! Of North Ogden. and Mrs.
C. L. Hawley of Spajb, New
Tho hostess was assisted by 1km
daurlilcre. M 's Mauley and Mrs.
Lelnen.
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NORMA MURRAY AND
( 'HAS. I). PARKS WED
Mrs. Florence Murray announces
the marriage of her daughter, Norma,
to Charles d. Parks of Bremerton,
Wash. The wedding took place Sat
urday, August 19.
Immediately following the ecro
mony, Mr and Mrs. Parks left for
Sail I.ake. where they were, entertain
ed at a reception by Mrs Parks'
Krnndmotber
Mr. and Mrs. Parks left for San
Francisco w here they will mako their
home.
Mr and Mrs. James Hlschoff eii
t. rtalped at a lawn party at their
home T'j-i Tw. inh street, Thursday
evening. August 17. Electric lights
and lanlein:- Illuminated the lawn.
Games and musical numbers were
enjoyed during the first part of the
c-'i:ing. after which a luncheon was
B, rVod by the hostesa. assisted by Mrs.
j E, Shaw, Mrs Ralph smuin anl
Mrs. BlSChOff'S tWO daughters, Ruth
and Lois. After the luncheon danc
ing was Indulged in for the rest of
the evening. Those present bciUdca
Ihe host and hostess were Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Shaw, Mr. nnd Mrs. it.
Smuin. Mr. and Mrs Sam Blachoff
Mr and Mrs. P. Van Der Cool, Mr.
and Mrs Llnsay Watson. Mr and Mrn.
Ed Morris. Mr and Mrs. Harry E
Planer. Mr. and Mrs. Prank PlorCe,
Mrs. M . Watson of BUtte, Mont.. Miss
Don '' Fl'iaw, Frank Hlschoff and
James Shaw.
CANYON MARR LGE
OF WIDE LNTEREST
Much interest attaches to the mar
riage ut the Merlmtage hotel in Og
den canyon, Mondav evening, of MUfl
Marjorle Dodge, prominent oratorio
and eoncert artist of Chicago, and;
Squire Coop, formerly of ijjden and
Salt Lake, but now of Ios Angeles.
Bishop C. C Neslen performed tho(
cert mony umlcr a bower of pine
branches and late summer flowers, at
the end of the south balcony of thej
hotel.
Tlie wedding bower was formed of
marigolds, golden kIow ,lni chrysan-J
themums, with a background of pine
I ranches gathered from Ihe canyon.
I 'ihe bride was lovely In an after
noon gown of,crepe. In a bronze phade,
Svlth a velvet hat to porrespond Bha
carried large yellow chrysanthemums.
Mrs J Rupert Holland of Chicago,
sister cf- the bride, was matron of
honor and Judge Harold M. Stephen!
icted as best man. Mrs. Holland wore
a honeydew crepe with a hat to match,
and carried a corsage of Ophelia roses
and blue delphinium
Following the ceremony tho party
motored to Sa.t Lake. where they
were the guests of Mrs. Holland nt a
luncheon sorved on the roof gard 11 , r
the Hotel ptah.
Three baskets of yellow and red '. n-
nias adorned luncheon table The
plaeecards were In bridal designs.
Covers were laid for the following
guests: Mrs. Alfred Hindmarsh, Miss
Mlna .la no. in. Mr. and Mrs L Jut
man. all or Ogden; Gov. and Mrs.
Charles Mabey. Mr. and Mrs. D. O.
McKay, Mayor and Mrs Q Clarence
N'e.-lvri JudKe ;it..l Mrs. 1 1 M. S'eplt
eii3. Mr and Mrs George D. Pyper.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bamberger
and .mis Oeorge Thomas, Prof, and
Mrs F. S. Reynolds, Prof, and Mrs
Levi Edgar Young. Mr. arid Mrs Loy
al W Daynes, Superintendent and Mrs.'
i x (Mill. Is, Mr. uid Mrs. ArtbUI
Freber, J. B. Miller, Hobart AndersdnL
Mr. and Mrs. Moses C. Davis.
M and Mrs. Royal W. pHynes, G70
K.ivl South Temple street, entertained
informally at a reception Monday eVjf
nlng No Invitations were Issued, but
friends of tho couple called to offer
congratulation and best wishes.
The rooms and verandas wete dec
orated with pink gladioli and holly
bocka and were hung with Japanese
lanterns.
Mr and Mrs Daynes. assisted ly the
wedding party, received the guests
Assisting In serving wore Mrs. Harold
. Stephens. Mlrs Bonnie liaynos. Miss
Rebecca Paynes, Miss Murguret Tyng.
Miss Margaret Thomas, Mis-. Nonna
vla RasmuSSen of Los Angeles and
MlSS Cherry Daynes.
Mr. and Mrs. Coop will make, their
home In Los Angeles
William R. Cleve has returned to
Ogden after an eight weeks engage
ment with tho Lyric Chautauqua of
Kanras. 1
K I WAN is VISITORS
LUNCHEON GUESTS
At a luncheon Thursday, women
folk3 of the delegates who attended
the annual Ftah-ldabo Klwanls dis
trict convention held hero Wednes
day and Thursday, were royally en -tortalned
by the wives of the Ogden
Klwa niins.
The H. rfltage hotel in Ogden can
yon, was a perfect setting for the
affair.
Covers were laid for ISO women at
tables arranged In the .-hupe of an E.
and decorated with marigolds, zinnias
and gladioli. Baskets of the same
floue; v i r. placed about the dining
and living rooms.
Mrs. George H. Boss, wife of the
International president of Toronto.
' in ida. and Mrs. O. O. Haga, wife of
the district governor r. f the L'tah
daho division, were the guests of
honor.
Tho luncheon was preceded by an
informal reception.
Tho reception committee included
Mrs. L. s. Merrill, chairman; Mrs e.
P. Mills. Mn-. W. II Beeder. Jr.. Mrs.
W. W. Rawson, Mrs David Jenson.
Mrs. D. J Wilson, Mrs. Carl Llnd
M list and Mrs. Joseph Foulger. Mrs
J.'hn Culley was chairman of the i?en
eral committee.
During the re option Mrs Leslie H.
Seville gave several vocal numbers.
EDUCATOR GUESTS
AT TROU I' DINNER
Members of the Weber county board
of education were entertained at trout
dinner Wednesday evening by Mr. and
Mrs Andy Anderson at their ranch In
j Uintah.
h Garden flowers decorated tho din
ner table,
The invited guests were Messrs and
Mosdames V W, Stratford. John D.
Hooper, John Halls. Thomas Budge
Joseph Skri n, Loster Froerer and Bu
j en nt ende n t and .Mrs. B. A. Fowler.
Mr and Mrs J P. Holding of Dai
las. Texas, were the Riicsts of Mr and
Mrs. O. F. Ward Wednesday. They
wena favorably Impressed with tho
city and canyon. Mr. and Mrs. Roh
1 1 njc left for Yellowstone park and will
also visit many other places of Inter
oM before i. turning to Texas Mr.
Bohllng holds a responsible uosillon
with the Western Fnlon in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hitt of New
York are spending two weeks at the
Virginia Mr. Hitt Is connoted with
ihe New York Times
Mrs. Maud Halverson. who spent
last week-end in Ogden, the gujfcst of
Mrs. Gsorgs Halver n, has gone to
Salt Lake, to visit Airs. W. G. Piper
for a week, before returning to her
home In Oakley, Idaho.
I Farewell Said
at Breakfasts
in Canyon Home
Mrs. A. W. Petty Entertains
for Departing
Musician?
n the big porch at the Brownin":!
'home In ogden canyon, Mrs A W
Petty entertained at a breakfast Tnen
i day and Wednesday morning at 10
1 0 clock, !n compliment to her sister.'
Miss Marianne Browning, who was to'
have left today for Paris. France, to'
. resume her studies in music. after
spending the summer here, and Mrs.!
I O Emmott Browning Margaret Ro
malne) of New York, her s;ster-ln-llaWi
Whp will accompany Miss Brown-j
j Ing as 'far as her home In New York
j city Mrs. Browning has heen the.
i guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. George E.
Browning for the sumno r.
Covers were laid at one long table,
I decorated with marigolds and snap
dragons. Thirty guests were present
loth Tuesday and Wednesday morn-,
ing.
'miss STERNA ST a K ER
BECOMES .V BR DE
I The marriage of Miss Vcrna Stakcr, I
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph E I
Staker. and Frank McEntlre took I
j place Monday afternoon at " o'clock!
1 In Ogden. Bishop Van Dyke perform-I
ed the ceremony. Miss Ethet McEn-i
i tire and Ray Rawson attended tho
I bride and bridegroom.
Following the ceremony, a recep-l
I tion was given at the homo of tho :
i bridegroom's parints. Mr. ana Mrs.
W. N McEntlre, L'lL'9 Qulncy ave-1
nue.
A large number of friends and re'.-,
atlves were present, among them Mrs.
! Rawson, 85 years of age, the grand
lipolhor of Mr. McJGntire.
Mrs. McEntlre was formerly of
i Paul. Idaho, and was very popular
in that place and also In Buriey. She
j has IBed in Ofjdoh tor a number of
: months and prevlbtia to her msrrlaga
i she was employed In Burt's store.
IP LRTY COStPLIMENTS
DEPARTING SAILOR
Mrs. Amel Blodgett, assisted by
! Iona Blodgetl ntertnlned at a faro
well party Wednesday evening in
honor of John Batchelor, who nas
been visiting here for the last month.
Mr. Batchelor Is stationed on the F.
I S. California at San Dlepo.
I Gardon flowers formed the deco
rations for the house and luncheon
table.
Games and music were fhe diver
sion of the evening.
Among those present were Mr. anl
Mrs. Ainel Blodgett. Mr and M-s.
Pri d lloskins, Mrs Mary Blodgett.
Mlsa lona Blodgett, Miss Gladys Gar
ner. Miss Mary Garner. Miss Mary
Eckhard. Jennetto Ferrln. Miss Eva
Castell, Miss Norma Murphy. MHs
Lillian Roylance, Miss Florence Roy
lance. John Batchelor. Harold Roy
lance. Gordon Bryant Atwell Parry.
Earl Parrv, Robert Batchelor and
Merrill Batchelor.
SURPRISE EVENT
FOR MRS. BAXTER
A pleasant surprise was given Mrs
Susie Baxter on her birthday. Thurs
day afternoon, by a number of her
friends, at her home. 430 Thirtieth'
street, i
A delicious luncheon Was served
the luncheon table being decorated
with fall flower-'. Flowers were used
profusely throughout the house for
decorations.
Games and Dltialc furnished the di
version for the afternoon
Those present were Mrs. Mary Dootf,
Mrs Myrtle Qaumeij Mrs. nreu.tl
Lindsay, Mrs. Clnl Stuhr "Mrs. Ellen
Hansen, Mrs Susie Baxter and Miss
Thelmo Blakley.
MRS. K RKENIlALL
LUNCHEON HOSTESS
Complimentary to her niece. Mrs.
Conrad J. Bolstad, Mrs. P F. Kirk
Cndall entertained at a luneheon Mon
day afternoon nt her home, 5J1
Twenty-fifth street.
Garden (lowers profusely deeora.tod
the rooms and the luncheon ialle.
Present besides the guest of honor
were Misses Katharine Shufflebergeri
Helen Conroy, Margaret stein. Mar
garet Buchmlller, Jane Treseder, Rut i
Wright, Florence Wattis. Marjorle j
l. l.n, Madeline Toy, Geneva Brown, i
of Salt Lake, and Geraldino O'Nleii
.
Mrs. Effle B Spencer, Mrs. Archie
P Bigelow and Spencer Walker, Mrs
Spencer's grandson, have returned
from an extended trip through tho
Jackson Hole i ountry of Wyoming
and the Yellowstone park. The trip
Was made in Mrs. Spelleer's automo-
blle, which i-he has used In about
L'0.000 miles of travel in the past four
v.. rs i p..n th iir return home they
were Joined by Mrs. A. W Walker
and her daughter and Mrs. Brljf Rob
inson and her daughtt i- at Sp. m i
Idaho, whero they have spent tho
summer.
The Rev, Frank G. Bralnerd. who
had been the ffuest of Mr. and Mrs
s. H. Hendershot for ten days, left
la tor his homo in Denver.
Colo The Rev Mr Bralnerd was
psjstor of tho First Congregational
church In Ogden tor a number of
vears.
Mr and Mrs. Roland B Ballantvne
and Mr. and Mrs. James T. Abbotl
,. return..! from a motor trip to
er, Colorado Springs and pikes
Peak.
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Many Charming I
Affairs Given
for Bride-to-be H
Mil a Jessie Beeson Guest
at Ogden and Salt Lake i
Gatherings
Miss Jessie P.eeron. a September
bride-to-he was the honor guest at n
number of Interesting affairs last
week. Miss Besson Is to marry Har
old Austin Freeman of Los Angeles;
Miss Virginia Cmnon ot Salt uuc,
entertained at a k nsington. Tue sday
afternoon at her home 350 Seventh
Ens!, oompUAentary to Miss Beeson,
and Mix Bessfs JoneS, of Salt Lake,
also a September bride-to-be
Goldenrod and ferns decorated the
dining room and swoet peas adorned
the 11 ing room and hall
Tlie gurpts from I igden were Mrj.
Kenneth Tripp. Mis. RoScoe Buish
and Miss Rosa Mostelbr. The 15
Salt j,? ke guests were all members
nt the Alpha Chi sorority, of which
Miss Deeson anl .Miss Jones are msu-
At her home in Oden canyon. Miss
Prancss Jennings entertained at a
shower Wednesday afternoon for Miss
Beeson.
Refreshmehta were served on the
front porch. . De. orations were of cat
tails and red berries, in a rustic fash
ion. little wooden plates and spoons
being used.
i An antique shower anil handkef
chief shower, given last evening bv
Mrs. Kenneth Tripp at hr home
1906 Monroe avenue, complimentary
'of Miss Beeson proved to be a novel
affair
The guests wre dressed as brides
and wre given little hooks especially
prepared by Mrs Tripp in which
pletures from magazine were pasted
I A prize for the best bride costume
was given There was also a guest
prire for Miss B. eson
Thfl Trip;) home wa- H-,tfuv
'Orated with garden flowers. A
i.uffrt luncheon vas se'rveu ia-c-cards
designed with brides dressed In
hearts were used ;
i Among thoe present were Miss
i Beeson I
Miss RoSS M-.st dler, MiSS Grace JCn- jTjl
rings. Miss Je-in-tte Brek. Mlv Inez fllH
Allen. Miss Myrtle Husa Mlsa Mar
ruret Turner. Mis Arfnur Grantham,
Mrs Roscoe Huish. Mrs. Jc Turner
! Mrs. Melbourne P"r-nch. Mrs. J. E
son H
Mrs. Roscoe Hulfh and Miss Ro.a tKjt
'Mostetler will e-.'ertain this mor-i'ii
at a breakfast at the home of Mrs
Hulsh, 2104 Jefferson avenue for Miss LssV
Beeron.
I A tWO-OOurse breakfast was to be
served at io o -lock, to the gUests
seated at two taoIesvThe ti',,es were
to be centered vi.h low howls of -ut
I floarera with plaeecards bridal d-
I sign
imong Oo I. Vile, W.-re M"S.- f- I
J in: p Ir-,- fj
I Allen. Jeanctti- ie',- Myrtle Huss. Jr I
i Hazel Jones. Fl orence Riser. Mj.' .
lames J F R-. . ... K. , , Tri ;, "'-J
; Howard Allan. Arthur Grant barn
; Vera Frev Beeiin G M Feeneiv Le I
.Turner all of (gden M!s Mary Sned
I don Miss Franc jonnlis. Mln Gladys
Pannier. Miss Ludlle Sneddon of New
York City
The hostesses were assisted bv Mrs
V F; Mosteller ind Mrs. Charles D.
Simpson.
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KNIGHT-PINGREE
WEDDING is HELD
The wedding f Miss Ovelda Knirh?;
daughter of Mr. pnd Mrs. Marion
Knight of Plain City and Hyrum
Spencer Plngree. son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Plngree of this ety, took place
Wednesday August 23, at th S-;t
Lake temple
Mr. and Mrs. Plngree are at home
to friends at2f't)9 Madison avenue.
Miss Mary Clements has returned
from Oakland. Cal.. after sprndlnif
part of the summer there with rela-
Mr and Mrs. C. H. Barton and
daughter. Blanche, have returned
from a motor trip through Idaho
Mrs M R Sax age and two daugh
ters returned Monday to their home in
Salt Lake, after a two weeks' visit
with relatives in Ogdon.
Mr and Mrs. F. B Stone and son
Clyde, and Mrs. Stone's mother. Mrs.
C. P Dins have returned from an
automobile tour 6f 7ell!owst6na par'.
Miss Florence PIther has retut tied
from a seven weeks' lsit to S.n
Francisco, Oakland. Bos Angel es and
Stockton. Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Wilson have re.
turned from a trip to Bryce's canyon
and Fish lake.
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Mrs P. s. fJunnell has as her lyuest
Mrs. Waller Q, Webb nnd son. L.i
Alar, of Salt Lake, for a few cays.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde t GreenweKj
and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C West anl
their families have returned from a
week's putlng at t'onio Springs.
...
Mr and Mrs. Jesse C Carver have
returned from a trip through Yellow
stone park, and Jackson Hole
Dr H. C Nichols of Litchfield.
Neb.. Is visiting bis paren's. Mr. and r"H
Mrs E. P. Nichols.
Mr. Edward Wer" : , i n i e r of Cm
clnnntl. Ohio Is xi-dtlnu' Mrs. L. F. .
Whitlock for two weeks.
Miss Florence F Mullen of Chi
cue,., who has been visiting at tho
home of her cousin. A F. Mullen, re
turned to her home last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bolstad. accom
panted by Miss Margery Mullen, bave
returned from a two weeks' vacation
in Beaver canyon.
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