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The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1913-1920, January 17, 1920, LAST EDITION - 4 P.M., Image 7

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!j j Young Ladies of Pony Ballet Chorus m Musical Play
I "Pifr, Paff, Pouff," Appear as Graceful Dancers
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'M; flj7iS Stud i o PH0T3 s,
,' . Left to right Trena Frantzen, Afton Stahr, Mildred Noall, Thelma Crltchlow, Anna Burton, Adelaide Ashtcn, Urida Nuttall, Louise Fisher.
Ill Not the least of the many varied at-:
II; : tractions of the musical play, "Plff,
Paff, Pouff," which is being enthusias-
t ticaliy rehearsed preparatory to a
I: , stage appearance early In the month of
l Fpbruary, are "the Pony Ballot chorus
t girls. There are eight graceful young
; ' ladies of Ogden in this especial chorus
and as their part of the performance
T some very attractive- dances have been
I ; arranged. TJie girls., Miss Anna Bui.
I: ton, Miss Tlielma Crltchlow, Miss Ade-
h laide Ashton, Miss Trena Frantzen,
Miss Uarda Nuttall, Miss Louise Fish-
lp er, Miss Afton Stahr and Miss Mildred
i Noall, are to wear the loveliest of cos
tumes for each danco and it Is hoped
by (he management of the play that
these suits will be in Ogdcn within a
The first dance in which the pony
ballet girls appear is knowr as the
"Radium Dance" and in this the girls
wear smart riding habits. -In the first
act the girls are to appear Ih the pret
tiest, of .pink dollbaby dresses in a
dance- called', "The Umbrella' Dance."
"The Ghost That Never Walked" is a
third attractive dance in which the
girls wear weird costumes in black
and white with tall hats. Yama yama
suits are worn in the "Dance of the
One of the interesting announcements recently made is the com-
I ' ing wedding: of Miss Mary Elizabeth Clark, daughter of Mrs. Don
1 1 E. Parr of 12J- Pennsylvania avenue, San Diego, Cal., and Clarence
jggl Oliver Ivcctcr of Ogden. The wedding is to take plae'c in. the near
31 future. '
3 Mr. Kccter recently returned from overseas, -where he was in the
jjfl ; service one year. He is now visiting in San Diego. Ogdcn friends
f extend their congratulations.
Pixies" and quite the most complete
and "the cutest" (so say the girls) are
the little Dutch costumes worn Ln the
dance, "Lutlo." The girls are to wear
wooden shoes. The dance "Cordelia
Malone," is one of the prettiest of the
entire play and the stage settings, as
well as the costumes of the young
dancers, will be especially appealing.
Irish dresses will be worn. For the
grand finale the Pony. -Ballet girls are
to take a -prominent part and will be
dressed in white Hussar costumes
draped with American flags. For their
partners in this dance the Johnnies
will be togged out as Uncle Sam.
Jolly Leap Year Club.
Members of a newly organized so
cial club, The Jolly Leap Year club,
were the guests of Mrs- J. G. Burton
at her home, 1648 Grant avenue, last
Thursday afternoon, January 15. High
Five was played and a social time
spent. At cards Mrs. Charles Cars
tensen, Mrs. John Thomas and Mrs.
W. Barrett received prizes. At tho
close of the afternoon party a delic
ious luncheon was served by the host
j ess. The club will meet next Thurs
I day, January 22, at the home of Mrs.
Nora Hammond, 202S Madison ave
nue. Daughters of Mormon Battalion.
The Daughters of the Mormon Bat
talion were the guests of Mrs. Martha
Schott, 203 Thirtieth street, last Mon
day afternoon. Following the business
session which was a lengthy one, tho
ladies spent a social hour during
which time the hostess served refresh
ments. Lincoln Circle No. 2.
Tho ladies of Lincoln Circle No. 2
of the G. A. R. held a Silver tea at
I Twenty-firth street, last Thursday af
I ternoon. Quite a number of the mem
bers of the circle and members of the
Dlx-Logan Post of the G. A. R. spent
a very delightful afternoon.
White Rose Club.
The members of tho White Rosej
club will meet at the homo of Mrs.
Jack Chechens, 2G70 Jackson avenue,
next Thursday, January 22, when Mrs.
J. P. Murphy and Mrs. Jack Checketts
will be hostesses. All ladies of the
club arc invited to be prcsenL
1916 500 Club.
The ladies of the 191G 500 club were
tho guests of Mrs. John McGowans,
2113 Royal avenue, last Thursday eve
ning. The time was spent in-playing
high five and a most enjoyable eve
ning was completed with the serving
of a finely prepared luncheon.
Presbyterian Missionary Society.
The members of the Presbyterian i
Missionary society will meet next Fri
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the j
home of Mrs. Rockefeller, 2136 Madi
son avenue. All ladies of the church
and congregation are invited to be
Sego Lily Circle Women of Woodcraft.
Sego Lily Circle No. 174 Women of
Woodcraft retiring officers and officers-elect
met at the home of May
Yates last Thursday evening and fol
lowing tho discussion of a number qf
lodge affairs the entire party enjoyed
a social evening. Card games and so
cial chat followed by the' serving of
refreshments comprised tho evening's
The young men have been very well
schooled by Bob Major for their va
rious appearances on the stago and
from now until the play is presented
Just a perfecting of tho various parts
will be the work of the directors. The
iwo acts of the play have been gone
through with fine precision and each
person is doing his and her best to
make tho play a success.
Tomorrow morning at 1Q o'clock tho
choruses vill rehearse and at 12 noon
the principals will be at the Orpheum
theatre and go through their parts.
Most of the scenic effects have been
completed and thorough work is ox-pected-
Happy Hour Club.
Tho members of the Happy Hour
club are the guests of Mrs. Frank Mat
thews, 2G48 Van Buren avenue, this af
ternoon. Sempro Musical Society.
Mrs. Carrie Browning Olesen will be
hostess to the members of the Scnipre
Musical society of the city at the home
of Mrs. John M. Browning on Twenty
seventh street and Adams avenue next
Tuesday afternoon, January 20.
Goldon Spike D. A. R
Tho regular meeting of the Golden
Spike Chapter of the National Society
of the Daughters of the American Rev
olution was held Monday afternoon,
January 12th, with Mrs. McGee and
Mrs. Elder as hostesses, at No. 2521
Van Buren avenue, tho regent, Mrs.
John Edward Carvor, presiding. Af
ter a lengthy business session the first
number on the program was given by
Mrs. J. F. Hobbs, "Pre-Columbian Dis
coveries in America." A paper by
Mrs. Carver and a poem by Miss Lil
tleflcld were held over until the next
meeting, owing to lack of time.
After refreshments were served by
the hostesses, tho members adjorned
to meet on Fohrnnrv .Ifh at iho hnmo
of Mrs. II. L Taylor, 1211 Twenty
fifth street, with Mrs. Taylor and Miss
Nan Williams as hostesses.
Episcopal Guild
The members of the Episcopal Guild
will meet at the home of Mrs. George
W. Prout, 29-16 Porter avenue next
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Prout and Mrs. H. C. Marchant
will bo the hostesses.
Drama Club
Mrs. Clyde Greenwell and Mrs.
Frank K. Bartlett aro hostesses to the
members of tho Drama club this after
noon at the home of Mrs. Greenwell,
1121 Twenty-third street. Tho pro
gram for tho afternoon has been ar
ranged as follows:
Life of Eugene Brleux
Miss Myra Grout
Artists' Families Brleux
Mrs. Eber F. Piers
Vocal Solo. "Aria Mignon" Thomas
Mrs. William King
Beaux Esp'rit Club
Mrs. A. L. Farr was hostess to the
members of the Beaux Esprit club at
the homo of Mrs. Charles Farr, 3150
Ogden avenue last Friday afternoon.
Tho club members and a few invited
guests spent the time pleasantly play
ing popular card games. Honors were
given to Mrs. J. D. Brown and Mrs. C.
M. Letts. Later in the afternoon the
hostess served a finely prepared
luncheon. Her dining table was pret
ty with a bowl of red rosebuds as the
centerpiece and bows of red maline
iwcro used effectively. The guests
I of tho club for tho afternoon wero Mrs.
S. E. Tribe, Mrs. C. S. Smith, Mrs. I.
N. Doyle and Miss Irene Bowner. Tho
next meeting of tho club will bo held
In . two weeks with Mrs. J. T. Hall,
1G19 Grant avenue.
St. Joseph's Sewing Society
The ladies of St. Joseph's Sewing
To insure publication, matter for
The Standard's society section
should be in the hands of the soci- V.
ety editor not later than Friday af
ternoon. V
society will hold their regular meeting
Thursday, January 22 in tho church
hall, with Mrs. F. J. Illrt as hostess.
The newly elected officers of the so
ciety to serve during the ensuing year
are: President, Mrs. 11. P. O'Neill;
Vico President, Mrs. W. Taylor; Sec
retary, Mrs. M. Joseph McLaughlin,
and treasurer, Mrs. Frank J. Ilirt.
Past Noble Grand Club
The ladies 'of the Past Noble Grand
club will meet at tho homo of Mrs.
Emma Boshtost. 245 Thirtieth street,
next Thursday, January 22 at 2:30
o'clock. All ladles of the club are In
vited to be present.
Royal Purple Club
The members of tho Royal Purple
club will meet Monday evening. Janu
ary 19, at the home of Mrs. John In
gebrelsen, 1973 SteclOj avenue. ,
Service Star Legion M
The members of the Service Star '
Legion will meet at the Elks' hall,
Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. All
members of the former organization,
Women of American Patriots are in
vited to be present. A largo attend
ance is desired because of Important
business matters.
1916 500 Club
Mrs. John McGow'ans was hostess
to the members of the 1916 500 club at
her home last Thursday evening when
an election of officers to serve during
the year 1920, was held. The officers
selected arc: Mrs. Collins, president;
Mrs. Hanley, vice president; Mrs. Fur
niss, secretary and treasurer. The re
jmainder of the afternoon was spent in
playing cards at which Mrs. Beaumeis
ter, Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Hanley re
ceived honors. Tho next meeting of
tho club will bo held In two weeks
with Mrs. Hanley.
.Luther League
The Luther League of the English
Luthcrn church met last Wednesday
evening at tho homo of Gilbert Wal
berg. After a well rendered program,
delicious refreshments were served.
The Dorcas society of tho English
Lutheran church meets next Wednes
day evening at tho home of Miss Elva
Johnson, 2652 Quincy avenue. Friends
and members are urged to be present.
S." O. H. Club.
With Miss Mary McKenna as host
ess the S. O. H. club held their regu
lar meeting on January 12th. All mem
bers present, the evening proved to
be a very interesting one. After the
business meeting a social hour was
enjoyed. At a late hour a delicious
lunch was served.
Vincent Chautauqua Circle.
Tho Vincent Chautauqua Circle met
at Mrs. Ezra Richardson's home Fri
day evening and a very instructive
meeting was held.
Mrs. Geo. J. Kelly read a paper on
"The Great Fellowship,' showing the
relation of the United States to Great
Britain and tho other nations, and a
forecast of the nations, completing the
book, "America Among the Nations."
Mrs. Ezra Richardson gave a paper
on Mexico, Mrs. Wm. W. Shaw gave a
talk on the Mexican races. Each topic
was discussed by members of the
W. R. C. Social Club.
The W. R. C- Sopial club will meet
with Mrs. J. N. Westen, 342 Bernard
avenue, Friday afternoon at the usual
hour. All ladies of the club invited.
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Girls' Association of Ogden
High School Enter
tain at Dance
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One of the finest parties ever given
at the Ogden High school was presided
over by the members of the Girls' As
sociation last evening when they en
tertained at a Leap Year event. The
girls of tho school were given the op
portunity and privilege of inviting the
young men and seeing to their es
peical pleasure during the evening. 1
This the young misses did in fine lash
ion and it is safe to say that no young
man present was accorded the name
of "wall flower."
Tho large auditorium of the school
was very effectively decorated with
streamers of varl-colored ribbons and
beautiful bouquets of sweet peas. A
pretty booth was arranged where fruit
punch and wafers with nuts were serv
ed during the evening. The Olio
Reeves jazz orchestra furnished a fine
program of musicand the evoning was
delightfully sppnt by over 400 hundred
students and a number of guests. The
girls who arranged the partv ivere:
Sponsors, Miss Afton Stahr, Miss Be
atrice Browning, Miss Elizabeth
Browning and Miss Ruth PIngree: re
freshments. Miss Louise Fisher, Miss
Hope Fox, Miss Shorma Hendershot;
invitations, Miss Florence Wattis,
Miss Mildred Browning, Miss Bertha
Fife, Miss, Zola Shaw, Miss Marva Mc
Brido, Miss Elizabeth Krienes; adver
tising, Miss Kate Fcnton, Miss Louise
Zcller, Miss Betty Hurst, Miss Ella
McCain; decorations, Miss Blancho
Barton, Miss Blanche Browning, Miss
Neliio O'Keefe, Miss Barbara Sprague,
Miso Florence Turner. Miss Pearl
Hestmark, Miss Charlotto Davis and
jMiss Annette Cunningham; orchestra,
Miss Mabel Reeves, Miss Zola Mc
Brlde, and Miss Marian Woodbury.
! Wrights' Employes Give a
! Delightful Party at
the Berthana
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Quite tho merriest party given at
the Berthana for some time was the
event of last evening when the em
ployes of W. H. Wright & Sons com
pany entertained. Of course dancing
was the main feature of the evening's
program of entertainment, but in addi
tion there were a number of delight
ful attractions. On this occasion the
Berthana was made even more attract
ive with beautiful flowers. In one
Mrs. Leonard Rackham H
Last Tuesday in Salt Lake City Miss Beulah McBean, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. "V. TI. MclSean of this city, became the bride oi
Leonard Rackham, also of Ogden. The young couple -were married
by Brighani S. Young. The bride is a charming young lady and has
a large circle of friends in Ogden who wish hdr happiness. Mi and
Mrs. Rackham will make their home in this city.
corner of the hall a pretty booth had
been arranged and here roses and
ferns were used profusely. The or
chestra was seated in tho center of
tho hall ball room.
During the evening fruit punch and
wafers were served in the hall while
in the dining room light refreshments
were served. About three hundred
persons were present and enjoyed the
After the few opening dances. Miss
Lucille Morrison sang, "Patches" and
one of the most delightful features
of this number was the illustration of
the song by means of slides. Oppo
site the balcony a largo sheet was
hung, and as Miss Morrison sang, each
lino of the song was thrown on the
screen in clever cartoons. At the last
line, "And let the rest of the world
go by," the hall was filled with cheers.
During the remainder of the evening
slides were thrown on the screen and
humorous sayings about the workers
or managers of the store, or about
the prohibition law which went Into
offect last evening.
Lavovl M. Hilton sang, "Smiles,"
with the entire company joining in
the chorus. One of the novel effects
used for the evening was the original
way in which the programs were
made. Each dance was entitled by a
familiar expression used at the store.
The program was as follows:
One-step, "I'm Just Looking;" one- fl
step, "Please Have It O. K.'d; fox IH
trot, "Can I Change It?"; waltz, "Will
It Wash?"; fox trot, "Ask Hilton",
fox trot, "I can't Be Bothered;" one
step, "Have You Seen M' Wife?"; fox
trot, "The Big Desk Giggle"; waltz,
moonlight, "Do You Wish Atten
tion?"; one stop, "Shimmie7 Not on
Sale"; fox trot "Where's Parley?";
one-step, "For Sale Two Twin
i Beds"; fox trot, "Something for the
! Neck9 Soaps Are This Way"; waltz. jH
"A Perfect 36": one-step, "Careful,
Someone's on the Line"; fox trot,
"For Farls and Miss Conroy Re
membrance"; waltz, "Thank You,
Come Again."
Mrs. James Purdy, Mrs. Jens Chris- IH
tensen, Mrs. L. A. Herrick and Mrs.
Ann Ooaken were hostesses to the
members of tho Second Ward Relief jH
society at the hall last Tuesday after
noon. Following the regular meeting
refreshments were served by the host
esses assisted by Mrs. Ray Purdy and
Mrs. L. Carlson.
(Additional Society on Page 12) jH
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Miss Ethel Williams I
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. "Williams announce the engagement of the-ir
daughter, Miss Ethel Williams, to Delbert A. Miller, the wedding to
occur in the near future. "Both young people have numerous rriemh
in the city who are interested in the coming nuptial event

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