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I' i THE "OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 19ff. - - '
1 1 fV IN OGDEN'S SOCIETY CIRCLES I ! J Mrs. Cora C. Stevens, President of j j the Ogden Ckiitauqua Circle v mi CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE. 1 9i The Ogden Chautauqua Reading - wit circle met Monday evening last at the j 911 home of Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Craig ' 9fl on Seventeenth street for a review o iflji the last twelve chapters of the book .flit "Life in Ancient Athens." Mrs. A. Y. iHllf Richmond, leader of the evening's 't "work, gave a very interesting resume jHK of the closing of the council and as- :1B seinbly, burial ceremonies, festivals fl and theaters, Athenian art and pe culiar modernnegs of the Athenians HB of that classical time, also of the striking resemblance their political jUm situation in that ancient period bore to that to which the present day cltl iKi en is now coming. The absence of jBff formality and ceremony, the wit, If Gossip of Clubdom 4 jjT Young Matrons' Club. K Mrs. George L. Abbott will be hos tess to the Young Matrons' club on yflB Wednesday at the James W. Abbott K home on Wednesday afternoon of ' flw Sewing Club. SB Mrs. Earl Thomas will, on Thursday jfln next, entertain her sewing club. flffl Ladies' Literary Club. SI The Ladies' Literary club will meet jfll with Mrs. Fred G. Clark for their rflB next meeting on Wednesday, -October ifl seventeenth. jBI Martha Society. iHv Mrs. J. H. Spargo will be hostess to . jfljl e Martha society at the Maids' and -IflK Matrons' club rooms on Monday next. : The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will meet on Monday at the home of Mrs. John McCready, 476 Twenty third street, at which time important business will be transacted and a good attendance Is expected. ,V ' Sewing Club. Miss Ellen Scowcroft entertained her sewing club last Tuesday at her home on Twenty-fourth street. The affair was quite informal and a lap lunch closed the afternoon's en joy Five Hundred Club. A unique Hallowe'en parly was given on Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Clem Williams entertained her Five Hundred club at her pretty home. Three tables of the game were played, the prizes falling to Mrs. Williams and Mrs. P. A. Gysin. The afternoon lunch table was decorated in pumpkins and Hallowe'en favors, and much merriment followed. The club will meet October twenty-fifth with Mrs. D. D. Smith, 2913 Grant avenue. MIRIAM CHAPTER TEA A committee of the following ladies Io Miriam chapter, No. 1-1, 0. E. S-, will entertain at an autumn tea in the Masonic parlors Monday afternoon from 3 until 6:30 o'clock: Mrs. Ella C. Gunnell, chairman. Mrs. Emma M. Kelley, Mrs. Rebecca W. King, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Clark, . Mrs. Anna M. BInford, Iy- Mrs. Addle M. Fowlie, Mrs. Ida M. Lockwood. ' All members of the orderaro cor- dially invited to bo present. CARD PARTY The Yemen's Relief corps will hold Kf a card party at the home of Mrs, f Westen on Bernard avenue, Wednes- f day afternoon, October 17, for the ben- eflt of the corps. All friends Interest- !' ed in the work of the order are cor- ' flially invited Hostesses for the after noon are Mesdames Michaels, White, Couch and Griffin. f MYSTERIOUS CLUB fl Mrs. W. W. Watts very charmingly entertained the members of the Mys- 9 terious club at her cozy little home m on Seventeenth street. ,' The usual games of 500 were played, W the honor going to Mrs. Grix, Mrs. m Planz and Mrs. Peckinpaugh. M The rooms were beautifully decorat- V cd with autumn leaves, and a large humor and irony of the old Athenian times were likewise brought in com parison with later world celebrities, together with the scientific, military and athletic training and the con spicuous mental virtues of that day. The discussion of these final chap ters of "Life in Ancient Athens" brought out some very valuable and timely thought expressions. Invitations to the various Chautau qua circles in Ogden have been is sued asking the members of all to join in a series of general get-ac-qualnted meetings at which the books completed will be reviewed. The first of these meetings will bo held at the home of Mrs. C. E. Armstrong, 855 Twenty-eighth street, on Monday, 1 October 1:2. bouquet of red roses formed the cen terpiece for the dining table. At 5 o'clock a tempting luncheon was served, after which all departed. Martha Society The Martha society will hold a reg ular business meeting on Monday, next, at 3 o'clock at the nursery on Washington avenue. Acacia Club Opening its fall and winter season, Friday, October 12, the Acacia club met with its president, Mrs. LeRoy Pugmire, at her homo on Eccles ave nue, when an election of officers placed Mrs. Ruben T. Evans In the chair as president; Mrs. Fred G. Tay lor, vice president; Mrs. Warren L. Wattis, treasurer; Miss Pearl Burton, secretary. Named for the program committee were Mrs. Joseph R. Mor rell, Mrs. W. R. Emmett and Mrs. R. B. Porter to serve in that capacity during the year and Mrs. J: E. Wright press reporter. The club decided to take up knitting at their meetings for the Red Cross. On October 215 the club will meet with Mrs. W. R. Emmett, 3132 Wash ington avenue. Utopia Club The Utopia club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred A. Denncy on Brinker avenue. Mrs. F. A. Den ney, Mrs. D. H. Pape and Mrs. John W. Scowcroft were made members of the club and a delightful afternoon was enjoyed in needlework- Delicious refreshments were served at the con clusion with a promise to meet on Oc tober 17 with Mrs. Earl West in Salt Lake City. Federated Clubs of Utah The Utah Federation of Women's clubs which will meet Wednesday and Thursday, October 2-1 and 25 at Salt Lake City have a splendid program prepared for club women. An important meeting will be Wed nesday afternoon when Miss Alice Ravenhil of the U. A. C, will appear before the convention. Tin moptincrs nrn in hr hold ni IVio University of Utah. Sewing Club One of the charming affairs of the week was that given on Wednesday when Mrs. H. M. Rowe entertained her sewing club at her home on Eccles avenue. The guests of the afternoon were Mesdames E. A. Littlefield, Mar riner Browning, William Rice Kimball, Roscoe E. Gwllliam, E. R. Dumke, J. W. Collins, of Salt Lake, W. H. Har ris, Louis H. Peery and the Misses Edna Towne and Katherino Fitzger ald. The decorations were truly lovely in fall flowers and delicious refresh ments were served. The club will hold Its next meeting on Wednesday with Mrs. Marriner Browning. VINCENT CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE Meeting Friday in the council cham ber of the city hall, the Vincent Chau tauqua Reading circle completed the last ten chapters in "Life in Ancient Athens." Mrs. J. T. Lynch gave a re sume of "Woman's Life and Fashions", "Boyhood Education and Training" and "Army and Navy." Mrs. A. W. Putnam read parts of three chapters on "Religion," Eesti vals and the Theater," Council and Assembly," emphasizing universal features of ancient times. Mrs. J. W. F. Myers gave a very interesting ac count of law as practiced in "An Ath- I enian Trial," and "Burial," which did not differ so widely from the method I of today. Then Mrs. Putnam reviewed the last two chapters on "Athenian Art," a subject that involves the treat ment of Athenian music, painting, sculpture in its various branches, and architecture, which concluded the pro gram. A cordial invitation to meet with the Ogden circle of C. L. S. C. to par ticipate in a general "get acquainted meeting to be held at the homo of Mrs. C. E. Armstrong on Monday, Oc tober 22, was warmly accepted. Mrs. Armstrong will be the hostess for the evening and a brief general review ( '"Life in Ancient Athens" will he feiven, followed by a social hour. Mrs. Maude C. Green led a very ani mated discussion covering the da s review of the book. DRAMA CLUB The Drama club held Its second meeting today at the club rooms of the Maids' and Matrons' at 2:30. Mrs. Frank K. Bartlett and Mrs. Joseph E. Evans were hostesses to this largely attended meeting and those who con tributed the program were Miss Jose- -i ...t-, mvo an interesting talk on "Tendencies of Norweglaji Drama." Miss Cleone Rich reviewed "The Gauntlet." by Bjornson, and Miss Carrie Browning and Miss Louise Pierce delighted those present with a splendid rendition of "Music from Peer Gynt, Part 2." The club rooms were attractive in chrysanthemums and dainty refresh ments followed the program and closed this interesting afternoons meeting. HOME CULTURE CLUB The Home Culture club met Thurs day with Mrs. George W. Barlow at the home of her mother. Mrs. R. P. Hunter. The subject of the after noon was "Social Service" from the Immigrant's point of view, and was an unusual summary of the life of immi grant who lived in the slums of New York and rose to the dignity of an honored citizen and writer of some note. "Tinmnm-ipv nnri the Overman was given bv Mrs. J. G. Gebhardt, and M. E. Ravage's book "To America On Foot," was reviewed by Mrs. E. P. Mills. This story which has ap peared serially in "Harper's Maga zine," also deals with the immigrant question from the foreigner's view point and gives glimpses of Europe and its condition prior to 1897. SEMPRE MUSICAL SOCIETY The Sempre Musical society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. John Culley as hostess. An interesting talk on the old and the new music was given by Miss Rachael Farley which was illustrat ed by Miss Alberta Wright and Mrs. Don Beeson. Mrs. Lester Saville gave a vocal selection illustrative of Miss Farley's talk. CHILD'CULTURE CLUB The Child Culture club will meet Thursday, October 18, at the Maids' and Matrons' with Mesdames H. M. Barrows, A. M. Campbell, J. J. Harris, hostesses. "Woman's Part in Time of War" will be the subject under discus sion. ADDITION TO LITERARY CIRCLES Literary circles of Ogden are wel coming Miss Ethel Evelyn Bryan, who has recently come from Los Angeles to make her home in this city. She is a teacher of dramtic art and litera ture and will be a decided acquisition to the society and club life of Ogden. AT THE ARLINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reese have moved to the Arlington, where they have delightful rooms. HOME FROM EAST. Mrs. S. H. Winter and her son and! daughter, Sydney and Ruth, have re turned from Chicago, following a three months' visit there with relatives. RETURNS TO REXBURG. Mrs. Dan Hamer returned to her newly-made home in Rexburg on Mon day. She came down for the wedding of her neice, Miss Lillian Wright, and following that eventful affair she spent some time In Salt Lake. IN ROSE COURT. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ricks have taken a house on Rose court, where they will now be "at homo." WEEK-END TRIP. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gunnell and son, Billy, spent the last week-end In Boise and other Idaho points. RETURNS TO OREGON. Mr. William Emmett returned on Sunday to hiB home In Dee, Ore., after enjoying a week's visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Emmett is to remain for somo time and she iB being accorded a warm welcome and much attention. VISITING RELATIVES. Mrs. Allan Miller and little daugh ter, Ovedla, are on a visit to relatives in Salt Lako over this week-end. FROM EUREKA, UTAH. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Plake of Eureka, Utah, are enjoying a week's visit with Mrs. Plako's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Foulger, on Adorns avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Plake were former residents of Ogden and are being warmly welcomed. FROM SALT LAKE CITY. Miss Hazel Edwards Sperry of Salt Lake is spending this week-end at the Harris home on Adams avenue, the guest of Miss Harris. AT THE PLAZA. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hansen, former residents of Salt Lake, are domiciled at the Plaza. LUNCHEON IN SALT LAKE CITY. As a social courtesy to Miss Grace Harris and Miss Elva Littlefield, who wont to Salt Lako to attend the meet ing of the State Library association an Friday, the library staff of Salt Lake entertained at a luncheon on Sat urday at the Hotel Utah. At the meet ing of the association, Miss Harris was re-elected state secretary and treasurer of the State Library associa tion. i i Scheme of Golden Colors Prevails at Brilliant Reception in Berthana On Wednesday The Berthana was the scene of a brilliant reception Wednesday after noon when Mrs. Abbot Rodney Hey wood received in honor of the wives of the Municipal League delegates who had gathered in Ogden for their convention. The many beautiful gowns worn by those receiving blended with the profusion of brilliantly hued autumn leaves and harmonizing dahlias, used In the decoration presenting a color ful picture. The reception hall was exquisite in Its dress of cerise boughs, and the. table held wondrous branches of rose briar. The tea room was presided over by Mrs. John Browning, Mrs. W. H. Shearman, and Mrs. W. F. Rudiger who poured and Miss Mary Littlefield who assisted otherwise. The tea lablo was a symphony of ! color, in the same perfect autumn tints, and delicious -viands were served to the many guests who were there. , . Those assisting Mrs. Heywood in the blue room included Mrs. R. B. Porter, Mrs. G. L. Becker, Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald, Mrs. C A. Boyd, Mrs. W. H. Shearman, Mrs. W. F. Rudiger, Mrs. John Browning and Miss Little field. Mrs. LeRoy Dixon of Provo, Mrs. Frank P. Kimball, Miss Phillips and Mrs. Sylvester Cannon all of Salt Lake, were guests of the afternoon. The Lillian Thatcher orchestra ren dered beautiful selections during the hours of entertaining. ( Y Noted Scenic Artist at l . j Local Studio . j Mr. E. Grey Freemondo has had a noted scenic and fresco artist busy at his studio for som.e time painting va rious wonderful back ground effects. These will facilitate the individual study which he invariably gives to ev ery subject. Soft delicate effects to bring out the winsome sweetness of the child's portrait, effects to accen tuate the brilliant beauty of the de butante and others for the dashing army man and the pleasant dignity of 4Hie man of affairs, each receives indi vidual, personal thought. A portrait by Frcemonde has almost the same amount of Individuality as a portrait by Gainsborough or Rey nolds. His style might be called ideal istic, but It Is distinctly and individ ually his own and not an imitation, and because it is an idealistic style it is especially pleasing to women. His portraits will idealize a plain woman, will accentuato all that Is beautiful without losing the one thing that is essential, the likeness, and the woman that has been favored with beauty will lose none of it. The recent beautiful society and wedding portraits of Mrs. Adam Pater son, Mrs. Mark Brown and Miss June Scowcroft appearing In this paper are pleasing examples of the work of this artist. f : Music v For the first time in tho history of the Jowish people and for the first time in the history of music, a com poser has appeared whose avowed in tention Is the musical expression of what is racial In the Jew. His name is Ernest Block, a native of Switzerland, and he has recently become a resident of New York. While the New York critics agree that he is not the first Jew who has attained distinction, they admit he is the first Jew who has ever attempted to write what might be called "Jewish music' Mendelsshon was converted to, Christianity and actually preached the message of the Reformation in his art, and was a. German romanticist. Meyerbeer continued the French grand opera tradition and he had no purpose in his achievement further than the brilliant stage effects. Rubinstein fused his identity with the atmosphere of polite salons of that day. Offenbach indulged the Gallic taste for piquant frivolity. Gold mark cultivated an Orientalism which rested comfortably on a German foundation. Mahler attempted heights to which his genius was scarcely adequate. None wrote anything that could be recognized as essentially and purely Jewish. Mr. Peyser in "Musical America" characterizes Bloch's work as the finest modern chamber work heard in New York In the last five years and predicts a brilliant future for this man who Is still young, having been born in Geneva in 1880. Ho says of his own work: "Superficially my works are not Jewish at all. The learned Jews will no doubt reject them alto gether. In fact, I expect the strongest opposition to my work to come irom the Jews, but I have tried to express the soul of the Jew as I feel it." MISS NETTIE WATSON HONORED. Miss Nettie Watson whose marriage will occur In tho Salt Lake temple October 25, has been the motif of much entertaining since the announce ment was made several weeks ago. Several delightful affairs have been plnnned for next week to honor tho coming bride. On Tuesday Mrs. M. W. Watson gives a paily at her home on Madi son avenue. Friday the Missos ZIna and Myrtle Pingree have invited a 'group of girl friends to do her honor and on Sat urday next Miss Vera Jones of Bar low avenue will entertain at a Ken sington. PARCEL SHOWER Tuesday Mrs. Earl Furniss enter tained a parcel shower at her home, , 307 Thirty-first street, in honor of her sister, Mrs. Roland Farr, who was. , a bride of last week. Music and many interesting games made the evening a very pleasant one. At a late hour dainty refreshments were served by Miss May Loughran, Mrs. D. R. Wright and Mrs. Earl Fur niss. Those present were Misses Yir gi? and Marvel Drabble. Cora Den kers, Ruth and Elizabeth Gilmorc, Helen and Edna Davis, Dorothy Farr, Vera arid Amy Shupe, Lillian Baker, Miriam Evans, Tholma and Lotty Crltchlow, Eva and Ella Wardley, Le ona Thomas, May and Loretta Lough ran, and Mrs. Qrville Shupe, Mrs. D. R. Wright, Mrs, Earl Furniss and Miss Venice Childs. The bride was formerly Miss Elleno Wright, daughter of Mrs. D. R. Wright of 2762 Lincoln avenue. She received many beautiful gifts. ENTERTAINED AT SHOWER, The Missos Lucille Williams and Ar della Hokanson delightfully entertain ed at a parcel shower a't the home of Miss Williams, 1921 Washington ave., Friday evening in honor of Myrtle Mid dleton. The rooms were decorated with geraniums and roses. The eve ning was spent In music and games niter vnicn . utimi iuuui nas aw i ed. Those present were: Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. Hyrum Hokanson, Mrs. Jay Stone and Mrs. Ru ben Mlddleton; the Misses Rachel Mid dleton, Myrtle Mlddleton, Laura Mld dleton, Sadie Brooker, Gladys Cream er, Veta Elmer, Florence Newman, May Bartlett, Rose Jenson, Priscl'lla Stratford, Lenora Bartlett, Delorus Ho kanson, Ellen Williams, Lucille Wil- BIRTHDAY PARTY. A birthday party was tendered the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Q. Leavitt by her grandmother, Mrs. Mattie Vogel, on Thursday afternoon when some tiny friends helped in making this, the fifth year of Ira's life quite memorable. Of course there was a cake with Its five candles, and many dainty "goodies,' beside the little tots fished in the streams that flow through their lovely suburban grounds, and romped over the meadows until the twilight hour called them home. TEA ON MONDAY. The tea to be given on Monday at the Maids' and Matrons' club rooms by Mrs. Richan'. Douglas Robins, Mrs. Plumer Gordon Haslett and Mrs. Peter Allen Herdlt Is being eagerly looked forward to. AUTO TRIP. Mrs. W. H. Shearman and Mrs. Archie P. Bigelow are leaving this afternoon by automobile for a trip through southern Utah, making the grand canyon of Utah their destina tion. PARTY FOR HOWARD STRATFORD. On Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Strattord entertained a num ber of friends of Howard Stratford, who leaves In a few days for Elko, Nev., to accept a position with the forest service. Games were played and a genuino good time was enjoyed by those present. At a late hour the guests parted wishing Mr. Stratford success in his new work AT EBER PIERS' HOME. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ballantyne have taken the Eber Piers home, 2730 Harrison avenue. Mrs. Piers and her little daughter, Mary Louise, will spend the winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Smith, 2370 Madison avenue. Mr. Piers is await ing a call to the colors, as he is a member of the officers reservo corps of the navy and will enter on active training in the aviation service. VISITED CAPITAL. Mrs. Willard Kay, accompanied by her son, Clifford, spent one day in Salt Lake this week. MRS. MclNTYRE HOME. Mrs. A. R. Mclntyre returned Wed nesday from a three weeks' sojourn in Omaha, where sho visited with her mother, Mrs. Fred Wheeler. It will be remembered that she was .called there on account of the serious auto mobile accident suffered by Mrs. Wheeler and her son while en route home a month ago and from which they are recovering. IN POCATELLO. Mrs. R. P. O'Neill Is in Pocatello visiting friends and relatives. GUEST OF MRS. HEYWOOD. Mrsv A. R. Heywood had as her house guest over Wednesday and Thursday, Mrs. Frank D. Kimball of Salt Lake. IN HOOD RIVER COUNTRY. Mrs. J. M. Road arid daughter, Phyllis, left during the wpek for the Hood River country, where they will make their home in the future. RETURNS FROM IDAHO. Mrs. Henry C. Tavey returned on Tuesday to her homo in Bla,Qkfoot, Idaho, following a visit, with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh M. Rowe, on Eccles avenue. AT NEW HOME. Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Cass, Jr., are Installed In their new home, 2550 Brinker avenue. HOME FROM HONEYMOON. Dr. and Mrs. Mark Brown have re- trip to Bear Lake and are installed in the Donald Rhivors home on Jeffer son avenue. Mrs. Rhivors and her three lovely children expect to spend the winter in. California. They are, until they leave, house guests of Mrs. Rhivers parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wattis- YOUNG SOLDIERS HQN.ORED. Mrs. J, W. Eldredgo entertained a group of relatives at a family dinner on Sunday last in honor of her son, Vernon, who is a member of Battery B, and her nephew, Lawrenco Jenkins of Battery A. They came up from Salt Lako to spend Sunday with their family. Plates, were laid for fourteen and the dinner was one of those inti mate events always so enjoyable. HOOVER LUNCHEON. A very unique and Interesting : : v Accomplished Musicians of Ogden Who Are To Study at Columbia University, R Y. "--""rr" ' H For a winter's sojourn in New York Miss Ellen Thomas and Miss Carrie Browning left on Sunday. Miss Thomas is a well-known member of the Ogden Conservatory of Music and is endowed with much native' ability, beside being a student of the best the musical world offers. Miss Thomas will take a special course in vocal music under the best teachers of New York and specialize in har- Hoover luncheon was given on Mon-1 day by Mrs. R- B. Porter to the mem. bers of the Martha society which preceeded the regular business meet ing. The table was decorated in late autumn flowers, stock and phlox, and twenty-two members were presenL SPENT TIME IN SALT LAKE. Mrs. E. J. Harness of Roy spent part of the week in Salt Lake where she was the house guest of Mr. and tro Af ir Pnrcnnc Tn r-i n liar cfnw she attended the Dix-Swan wedding, and was the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Pearsal on a motor trip through Parley"s canyon and re turned by way of Provo canyon. MRS. ELDREDGE TO ENTERTAIN. Mrs. J. U. Eldredge will, tomorrow, i entertain at dinner. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Casey of Salt Lake and former residents of Ogden, and Miss Pauline Coyner of Indiana who is on a visit to the Casey's in Salt Lake. FOR RECENT BRIDE. Mrs. William H. Stratton, nee Laura Rackham, was honor guest at a parcel shower on Friday evening when Miss Bessie Denkers entertained a number of friends of the recent bride. The Denkers home was pretty with leaves in autumn hue and fall flowers. A tempting luncheon followed an evening of jollity. Those present were Misses Clara Davis, Edna Davis, Vera Edson, Veda Edson, Cora Denkers, Eva Malan, Laura Malan, Leah Seager, Ruby Denkers. Bessie Denkers, Eva Rack ham and Mesdames Clara Snow and Jane A. Rackham. LEAVE FOR EAST. Dr. and Mrs. Ezra C. Rich left to day for a two weeks' visit in the east. Following a stay in Chicago they will go to Rochester, Minn., where Dr. Rich will attend the clinic at the Mayo hospital at that place. TO VISIT IN IOWA. Mrs. A. C. Abbott and Mrs. A. G. Gllck are leaving this evening for a visit to their old home in Marshal town, Iowa. They expect to go to New York before returning, where they will be the house guests of Mrs. Abbott's daughter, Mrs. George F. Brownell. FOR MRS. WILLIAM STRATTON. One of the interesting events of the week in social circles was the parcel shower given Thursday evening by Mrs. Ray Snow in complimenting her sister, Mrs. William H. Stratton, for merly Miss Laura Rackham. Fall mony, solfegge and ear training. Miss Carrie Browning will enter the Colum- bia university, where she will study IH dramatic art. Miss Browning spent some time in the Boston Conservatory of Music and 13 one of Ogden's most brilliant pianists. It is the purpose of IH these talented members of the musical jH contingent here to take advantage of the opera season and all that the great center offers. lowers together with autumn boughs were arranged in profusion through- out the home and formed a veritable garden. The evening was taken up with pleasurable games, interspersed with delightful music, and the hostess served delicious refreshments. Jl The following brought Mrs. Strat ton many dainty gifts: Mrs. Frank Bartonek, Mrs. A. W. Gregor, Mrs. William J. Rackham, Mrs. Lamoni yjiix, iira. unas. naiverson, xurs. Samuel Dana, Mrs. Martin Dalebout, IH Mrs. William Stratton, Sr., Mrs. CHf- ford Furniss, Mrs. William Furniss, Mrs. George Lockhead, Jr., Mrs. Thos. Cunningham, Mrs. Alfred Rackham, Mrs. Earl Furniss, Mrs. Thos. J. Rack- ham, Mrs. William J. Rackham, tvlrs. Laura Kelley, Mrs. Lucy Toller. Mrs. Fannie Rackham, Mrs. O A. Lakness, Mrs. Ray Snow, Miss Florence Grix, Miss Annie Weston, Miss Doris Rack- IH ham, Miss Rachel Rackham and Miss Hazel Lockhead. Mr. and Mrs. Stratton were married IH September 19 and kept the nuptial IH event a secret for an entire week. Now their friends are entertaining them extensively. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. IH Rackham, 743 Twenty-seventh street, and a recent graduate of the Smith sonian business college. SQUIRES-POULTER The marriage of Miss Kathryn Squires and I. W. Poulter was solemn ized at high noon on Thursday, Oc tober 11, in the Salt Lake temple. A luncheon followed at the Hotel Utah, the guests including, beside the bridal couple, Mrs. John S. Squires, mother of the bride, and Mrs. Poulter, mother of the groom, and Mrs. J L. McCarry of Richmond, Utah, and Mr. and Mrs. George W. Squires of Logan. Following a brief automobile honey moon trip Mr. and Mrs. Poulter will go to Logan where Mr. Poulter is profes- jH sor of chemistry in the Agricultural college. DIX-SWAN A wedding of social interest to two jH of Utah's largest cities was that of Miss Guila Dix, daughter of Mr. and JM Mrs. P. A. Dlx, of Salt Lake and Roy, and Byron L. Swan, of Rochester, N. Y., which took place October 10 at 5 o'clock in the afternoon at St, Mark's cathedral. The impressive ceremony was performed by Dean W. W. Fleet wood, and a charming reception fol- jH lowed at the Dix home on Second ave nue. 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