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I ! , THE OGDEN STANDARD; OCDEN. UTAH, SATURJY JRARY2I 1920 If ml in ogdeFsociety - CIRCLES j ! I CLUB jl III t Calendar mM Utopia Club. If ' I 3 - The next meeting of tho Utopia club M M r1 will be held at the home of Mrs. J. W. j ' itceves on Barlow avenue, Wednesday, If i i ! t February 25. !' ' 1 Brotherhood of American Yeomen. H:' , " The Brotherhood of Amoricnn Yco H 'l' ; i1 Inen held n pleasant meeting last eve-j fiinrc In tho Woodmen of the World If n' 4 hall on Washington avenue. The IE l' 'J members Invited their friends and It ' ,) .cards were onjoyed until (i late hour If ! v-htK refreshments wore sorvod. There l! j Verc Qltc ?- large number present. R i s( Episcopal Guild. K'lli J Tho ladies of tho Episcopal Guild (! '!' will meet at the home of Mrs. George, HI' 1 Kern, 459 Tveniy-aecond street, next; i :1 , Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock. All ladles j . jj ') of the Guild are expected to bo pros-j H! . Pan-Hellenic Association. M' The Pan-Hellenic Association ruem- jit!1 bers are to give a dancing parly for Mt' . ' all enrolled and for guests nt the Uni- MWi , versitv club rooms next Friday, I-'ebru- ? ( ary 27. Miss Lillian Thnlcher is to Ki' 1 provide tho music for the cvoning's III' '! ' -entertainment. Hff,jj,, Brittanlc Ascociaticn. H8 .11:! t. One of the pleasant programs of tha Bn jlll i coming week -will be ghon by the H'U:':I members cf the Eriitanc Association !": J next Monday. Februar 23. at S p. m.. Hj i, )(: ...'in the Eagles' club rooms. On account H i :)' ..of the health conditicnt? in the city the Hir'ij ' - association haa not held meetings for H'L, two weeks and the resuming: of thy Hit:! ' gatherings is a. pleasing atmmince- Ht 1 'I ' meit to a large 'number of Britishers j ' in the city. The program for Monday Hli1 jl ' evening follows: ij il i Selected song. .Master Leonard l'.ylor ( 'l 1 Duet. Mrs. A. White and Mils. D. Taylor f t! ' Song Mr. W. Jack H'! Guitar selection p j Masler Leonard Talot HLl i, heading (selected) .Miss Mary Pickett ; ' Soug (comic) Mr. .1. Wilson h j '" Vocal selection ....Mr. William Jack H Piano selection Robert Peart Huf'i iif Duct Hill , (j Mrs. Kidgca and Robert Henderson I t jf m auuiuon to me pi.igrjim umic win. , l be light refreshments served. All, , f Britishers not members of the organi , ( ! ij' zation are Invited to be proscnt as ti ; well as the regular members ot the' ! ' order. t ;i'!H ! M'j'I White Rose Club. ! ''in,,"! The ladies of the White Rose club ; i , were the guests of Mrs. J. R. Murdock y 'I j and Mrs. Hymm Williams at the homo ( ' I v (j, ot Mrs. J. R. Murdock last Thursday r afternoon. High five was played and 'j l honors were given to the luck players, i i ' j Mrs. Murdock and Mrs. Williams serv- , V ed a very tempting luncheon about! i ,'i j five o'clock. " i j 11 ' i j Christian 'Church Ladies' Aid Society. L The members of the Ladies' Aid so- ; j ciety of the First Christian church j were the guests of Mrs. J. E. Carver , ' and Mrs. J. G. Leonard at the home ; i ), ot the former, 432 Twenty-first street, - ij I . last Wednesday afternoon. Twenty- U 1 , six ladies were present and a very I. . j I ple?ant afternoon was spent. Mrs. , l( Sterns, secretary of the National Ij -i Chnstian Women's Board of Missions, I, '( 'J was present and addressed the ladlea It j ! m ot the society. At the close ot the I. meeting Mrs. Carver and Mrs. Leon- ! I . ard served tempting refreshments, i I 'I, L. A. to B. of R. T. I 1 The regular meeting of the L. A. to I J B. of R. T. will be held next Wednes- I 'I day, February 25. In the I. O. 0. F. I, ' hall. All members are requested to I : s be present. I; Ladies' Aid of Christian Church. I The members of th6 Ladles' Aid so- I i'5 cietr of the Christian church met at I , the home ot Mrs. Arthur Olsen, 2305 1 i , Jefferson avenue, last Wednesday af- I, ' i ternoon. The time was profitably 1 spent and about five o'clock light re- freshments were served by the hos"t- li i j ess. w Dorcas Society. '' One of the pleasant events of tho j week was tho meeting of the Dorcas , i'l sodSety, held last Wednesday evening ! ' at the home ot Miss Edna Lindstrom,! 758 Twenty-sixth street. There were) J a large number of the young ladies of , '! the church present and following an i f, evening of needlework and social chat ' , Mitt Lindstrom served a luncheon. If ! V, Ogden Circle No. 581 Women of Wood- H , tl craft- I ,jl Mrs. Edna Planr. was hostess to th I ! meers of the Ogden Circle No 581 Women of Woodcraft at her home, 2535 Lincoln avenue, last Wednesday evening at eU;ht o'clock. The ladies onjoyed card games and a social meet ing and light refreshments were serv ed. i Methodist Church Aid Society. The Ladies' Aid society of tho Kirs'. Methodist church held their regular monthl) meeting last Thursday after noon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Paul Steelier, 2322 Jefferson ave nue Mesdames Stlhvcll, Colo and Stark were the assisting hostesses. Quito a number of the Methodist la dies were present and a very entertain ing, as well as interesting, meeting was held. Following' the business of the society a social hour was enjoyed when refreshments wero served. ( I St. Joseph's Sewinfj 'Circle. The ladles of St. Joseph's Sewing Cir.-le met In the parlors of the Catho lie church last Thursday afternoon nt 1 2 o'clock. A profitable and pleasant i meeting was conducted. Mrs. L. J l Parry was the hostess for the after-1 i noon. Drama Club I The Drama club will meet Saturday, I February 2S a' the heme of Mi. Joa 'oph Ecclen. 2iC,- Harrison avenue, nt 12:30 o'clock. Mrs. Ecclcs and Mro Lew Season wIM be hostesses. Pro 'reasor James L. Barker ol the Univers ity of Utah extension department will be present to address the club on the subject "Krench Drama Since 1800." Mrs. Arvhur Woolley is to give a eelec tion "The Eioglo" by Massenet. Child Culture Ckib The members of the Child Culture 'club held their annual "Utah" day pro , gram at the University club rooms Mast Thursday afternoon, February 19. !"Utah Today" was lho subject of a i finely prepared paper given by Mra , E. C. Olsen. . Mr. W. L. Manniug, ac complied by Miss O'Neil, sang two selections, "Utr.h" and "Ui.ih, I i Thee," and Mrs. Norma .Sears Evn is : recited "Out Where the Wrst Begin. 'An original poem. "Utch, tho Pionoer States," written by Mrs. Bowman, wa 'ghon by request. This rendition com pleted a finely arranged program en tirely appropriate to the occasion. j i Mrs. J. II. Gorham of Salt Lake Cit 1 ! was present and addressed the club j ladies on national Y. W. C. A. work, i The nest meeting of the club will bo held March 5 at the University clubi 'rooms, the hostesses to be announced ; iatcr. i St. Valentino Tea Given by I Ladies of Miriam Chapter ! No. 14 0.E.S. if Springtime weather and lovely 1 .houghts of Dan Cupid's past activities 1 In the minds of fifteen hostesses com- 5 iilnect as potent factors In tho enter- 1 Lainment of a large company of East- urn Star members at the Miriam chap- tor tea in the Masonic temple Mon- ' 3ay afternoon, making it one of the 1 most enjoyable affairs of the season. 1 Two violin solos, Schumann's ; 'Truimerie" and "Dear Little Boy of Mine," were sweetly rendered by Miss 1 Annette Cunningham, accompanied by ; Miss Marva McBride, pianist, nfU-r which "The Civvies" a poem describ ing the dubious state of a doughboy since quitting the uniform wai charmingly read by Mrs. Archie Bow- ' man. Red carnations, hearts and candles 1 were beautifully suggestive of St. Val- ! eutine's Day, as wero the d.iinty re 1 freshments which were served by the gracious hostesses of Miriam chapter No. 14, Order of the Eastern Star. S. O. H. Club On Monday evening the S. O. H. club met at tho home of Miss Mary Dunn on Grant avenue. Kensington was the order -of the evening. Fortunes most interestingly ,told were tho de light of all present. Games and music were enjoyed until a late hour, when a tempting lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her sister." On February 23rd, Miss Thelma Garner will entertain the members. Dix-Logan Post, G. A. R. The regular meeting of Dix-Logan, No. 3. of the G. A. R. will be held on Tuesday, February 24 In tho L O. O. F. hall. All members and visiting mem bers of the G. A. R. invited. Royal Neighbors of America The Royal Neighbors of America will givo a card party next Mondav, February 23. in the 1. O. 0. F. hall at eight o'clock in the evening. Every one welcome. Presbyterian Missionary Society The Presbyterian Missionary society will meet next Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Crea, Ijl Sew :: Sew :: Sew i I ' iW XSrthe time t0 SCW We have a nuj"ber of used ma chines from $5.00 up. We do expert repair work. Parts H! I In 3 PP fr aU makes. H j j Singer Sewing Machine Co t Phne 2338 Washington Av r " N Miss Edna Wilson ' . Mr. iin.1 lUjs. Arthur J'.. Wilson of 202b' .Mfcprsnn, uish lo m-uuuiK-i.' tin- iiagynieut of their daughter, Kdnn. to Ir. -lames -E. Biyor, a promjnent business man of the western states. The wed diujr is to o'iir Alareh 4 at the home of the bride's parents. 2122 Adams avenue. This is the an nual meeting vben. urficci'3 to serve during VJ20 will be selected. A good attendance Is desired. C. E. C. Club The members of the C. E. C. club were the guests or Vrs. Henry Blshott last Thursday afternoon nt the BIshoft home, 921 Thirty-second street. The rooms of the home were brightly deck-rated In tho color3 of the club, yellow and white, and the dining table, where a tempting repast was served, wao centered with a lovely bowl of jon quils mingled with ferns. The ludlos enjoyed the evening at their ncedlc wrk. At luncheon, place cards were Ja-1 for Mrs. Paul Franke, Mrs. Robert Spence, Mrs. James Sarver, Mrs. J. D. Taylor. Mrs. F. J. Van Ness, Mrs. C. E. Orborne. Mrs. F. E. Holntzolman and the hostess. Ladles Litrary Club The ladles of the Literar society of Ogden were the guests of Mrs. Doug las Watson at their meeting yesterday afternoon. Miss Gorta V.'oodruff en tertained tho ladies with a finely in structive address on "Homo Econ omics." Queen Ecther Chapter, No. 4, O. E. S. Last eventing In the Masonic templo the members of Queen Esther Chapter No. 4, Order of the Eastern Star, wero Tuvored with a visit of the Worthy Grand Matron and associate grand of ficers of the Order of Eastern Star, seventeen in number. Following the regular session of the chapter a finely nppolntted banquet was served in the dining hall of the temple. Two hun dred members of the chapter with the tiruuly decorated banquet table. The. decoration were carried out entirely in observation of the birthday of Georgo Washington and as the center piece a miniature cherry tree with the proverbial hatchet, surrounded with flowers, had been arranged. Red candles and shades and other attract ive features completed the scheme. W. R. C. Give Washington Party One of the finest events of the week1 was the Washington Birthday party given yesterday afternoon by tho la dies of the Women's Rclier Corps, aux Ilary to the G. A- R. The members of the corps extended a cordial invitation to all members of the G. A. R., their wives and to the ladies of Lincoln circle No. 2, and when tho entire party had gathered at the I. O. O. F. hall yes terday nt 4 o'clock they numbered cighly-flve. Promptly at four a program of un usual interest and entirely appropriate jto the occasion of the birthplace of the "father of our country," was given, j Thcprqgraiu was followed by the (banquet over which tho ladies of the W. R. C. presided as hostesses. The menu served was finely prepared. The decorations for the table wero In ac cordance with the date which the la dies were observing. Scgo Lily Tliimbe Club. The ladies of the Sego Lily Thimble : club will meet next Wednesday after noon at the home of Mrs. Susie Groso, 150 Second street. The meeting was postponed from, last Wednesday. Section Three of Aid Society. 1 Section 3 of tho Presbyterian Ladies' i Aid society met in the parlors of the I church las,t Wednesday afternoon at 1 330 o'clock and conducted ft business j meeting, followed by a social hour Baptist Kensington, j rJhe ladles of the Baptist Kensing ton will meet next Tuesday afternoon pvith" Mrs. W. E. Moore, 715 Twenty j eighth street. Martha Society. The Martha society held their an nual meeting lagt Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. T. Hume on Twenty-fifth street. Following the usual business the society held an election of officers with the following results: Mrs. R. B. Porter, president; Mrs. Wil liam Wattis, lirst vice president; Mrs. Joseph E. Wright, second vice presi dent; Mrs. '".nonipson Corn, secretary, and Mrs- E. F. Bratz, treasurer. The scoiely Is to meet next Monday with Mrs. Joseph ScowcrofL Daughters of the King. The Daughters of tho King of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shep herd will meet In the guild hall Mon day, February 23. All members aro urged lo bo present Civic League. The members-of tho Civic leaguo are to meet next Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Josephine Hirst, president, at her home, S57 Twenty third street. Ladies' Missionary Circle. The Ladies' Missionary Circle of the First Baptist church held one ot their most successful meetings of the sea son Tuesday afternoon, in the church parlors. Tho topic discussed was "Am ericanization," led by Mrs. Hobbs. Miss Evelyn Crltos rondered two piano solos and Mrs. Skaggs a vocal solo. At the conclusion of the program Mes dames W. B. Crltes and Mary Griffin, as hostesses, assisted by Mrs. John Preshaw, entertained tho ladles with lignt refreshments. The tables were artistically decorated in honor of SI. Valuniine, red and white carnations blending in pleasing harmony with hearts and cupids. Covers were laid for thirty guests. Past Noble Grand Club The ladles of the Past Noble Grand club wore tho guests of Mrs. Minnie Wnrrimrfnn 531 Thtrf v.f ff ft, I o " .... mtu OklCCU 'last Thursday afternoon. Tho meet ing was called at 2:30 o'clock and fol lowing a short business session the lu dies spent the afternoon socially and the hostess served refreshments. Women of Woodcraft Tho Women of Woodcraft, No. 581 met last Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Sarah Ranson, 1002 Glenwood Acres with Mrs. Ranson. Mrs. L. Lud dlngton and Mrs. Ida Carlisle as tho hostesses. Tho affair was a St. Val entine social and tho circle members'; their husbands and friends wero in vited to be present. The evonlng was delightfully spent and tho hostess served a finely prepared lunch. Royal Purple Club The ladies of the Royal Purple club were entertained in a fine manner at the home of Mrs. W. Ikes, 201S Jack son avenue, last Monday evening at eight o'clock. Card games were en Joyed followed by a delicious luncheon served by tho hostess. WEDDING IS A SURPRISE TO FRIENDS. Tho marriage of Douglas E. Smith and Miss Jane Zundell on Mondav in Farmington was the happy culniina tion of a courtship extending over a year and a half. The bride Is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. I. D. Zundell of Malad and a member of the Dee training school class of '20. The groom In the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay A. Smith, who have recently purchased a ranch in Harris ville, where the young couple will make their future home. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Smith wish them happiness. SURPRISE EVENT. Mfs. Charles E. Tribo and Miss An nie Williamson were pleasantly sur prised last Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Tribo. Thirteen young Indies of the Fourth ward mutual were present. Games and music were en joyed until a late hour after which a delicious luncheon was served. Miss Wllllamsen is to be married in the near future and will reside In Nevada. Mrs. Tribe leaves soon lo join her hus band at Casper, Wyo., where he has accepted a position as manager of the Cheyenne Fruit company. f ' N Colonial Supper Monday Evening at Prcsbj'terian Church ; I Prominently among the soclnl events h for Washington's birthday will be tho Bj social, entertainment and coloninl sup- P. per given Monday night In the First i1 Presbyterian church. The program will consist of n number of costume representations of colonial days as i well as patriotic delineations of the a trends of today. Chicken supper will ' be nerved from 5 to 8. i $ This entertainment is expected lo be j in keeping with tho successful Wash- Ington birthday evenings of past $ years in this church in which the la- i dies of this congregation have proved themsolves to be most efficient host- esses. i i AT SACRED HEART ACADEMY Last Tuesday evening at eight fj j o'clock in the assembly room of thcifc Sacred Heart academy one of the fin-1 est programs given at the school for) some time was presented by the pupils i of Mrs. Dan E. Sullivan, Instructor in! j oral expression. A number of other! ' talented pupils of the school assisted 1 1 in tho program which was carried outt? as follows: k t horus The Rosary . . .' Nevin , i Sweet and Low Barnby , ; Sacred Heart Choral Club ; E Tho Lie Donnell Marie Clifford Mistress Penelope A One-Act Play , Anonymous 1 Marjorio Dauterman f, Jt-an Desprey Service I Agnes Bransteiter i Piano Solo Vaise Caprice Cesok r ' Lucile Burnhope i ,Tho Last Leaf O. Henry ; Frances Mullen One Word Play Anonymous ; Patricia Barret The Fozziwig Ball Dickens 1 Gladys Pond f. Violin Solo Air Varle Dancla Genevievo McCarthy , Piano Lucile Burnhope First Aid to tho Wounded. . .Montague p Rhonda Nebeker V The Explorer Kipling Lena Hoehneu When Earth's Last Picture Is Painted Kipling .My u nci wnue nose jinunyrauus Comfort Service Marjory Mullen Gavotte PoznanskI First Violin Lucile Burnhopo Genevieve McCarthy Second Violin Juno Johnson Frances Mullen Third Violin Mary Luxen Piano Margaret Oram ENTERTAIN AT DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snow entertained at dinner last Sunday In honor of Mrs. Ivy Mosby of Pocatello, Idaho. Those present were Mrs. Ivy Mosby and ixaby, .Mr. and Mrs. Heber Gale, Mrs. Laura Stratton and baby, Mr. Willard Boyle, Mr. Billy Rackham and Mr. and, Mrs. Snow. 500 CARD PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snow were host and hostess to a few of their friends last Thursday evening. 500 was play ed and favors were given to Mrs. Wil liams and Mr. Neelly. Mr. Williams received tho consolation prize. A pleasant feature of the evening's en tertainment was the music afforded. A delicious lunoheon was served. Those present were: Mrs. Laura Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wil liams, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Neelly, Mr. Arthur Rackham, Mr. Walter Wright, Miss Ima Dunrle and Mr. and Mrs. Snow. FOR MRS. E. F. KILEY. Last Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hall, 241 Harris vllle avenue, Mrs. E. F. Ktley of Oak land, California, was the honored guest at r. card party. Just a few of the closo friends and relatives were pres ent. The evening was spent in so cial chat and card games were played. Throughout tho rooms spring flow ers wero used in profusion. At mid night a hot supper was served anrl covers were laid for twelve guests. TO HOLD ANNUAL MEETING NEXT THURSDAY. Tho Weber County and Ogden City Daughters of the Pioneers are to hold their annual meeting in the Second ward meeting house, next Thursday. Feoruary 26, at 2:30 p. m., when the annual election of officers will bo held. All members are expected to bo pres ent. President Elizabeth Hay-ward of Salt Lake City, with other members of the central board, are to bo presont and address the gathering. A good musical program is being arranged by Miss Ellen Thomas. It is especially urged that all mem bers of the Daughters of Pioneers and anyone interested in the aims and purposes of tho organization bo pres ent promptly at 2:30 o'clock. MRS. CLYDE WOODCOCK HOSTESS Mrs. Clyde Woodcock was hostess to a number of friends at a 500 card party at her home last Tuesday eve ning. There were present the follow-' Ing: Mrs. Curtis Allison, Mr3. E.'nest Browning, Mrs. E. B. Stone; Mrs. P. A. Herdti, Mrs. Sol Kaplan, Mrs. Charles Noble, Mrs. Robert Goodman, Mrs. Jake Nye. Mrs. Charles Noble receiv ed the first prize. Later in the evening Mrs. Woodcock served refreshments at a prettily dec orated table. GUESTS OF MRS. P. B. HASLET Mrs. Llla Cheney, Worthy Grand Matron of the Eastern Star, and Mrs Ethel Bricker, grand lecturer, who were here yesterday evening to bo present at the regular meeting of Queen Esther Chapter, No. 4, O. E. S., 1 wero the house guests of Mrs. P. B.J Haslet, 447 Twenty-ninth street, dur- ! Ing their stay ia the city. Last eve- j ning prior to the chapter meeting Mrs. ! Haslet entertained tho eight guests " in honor ot Mrs. Cheney and Mrs. Bricker at a dinner. SURPRISE PARTY FOR MISS 1 MORTENSEN 1 One of tho social events of the week t was tho surprise party given in compll- s ment to Miss Glorus Mortensen at her i home, 25GR Orchard .venue. Miss i Kathorinc Wheelwright and Miss Ilia Don't you know that Ogden people look upon Skaggs' stores as public benefactors? Don't you know that Skaggs' stores have broken up Ogden's grocery trust and were of L benefit to every citizen of Weber county? Haven't you heard that our markets were opened originally solely for j f the purpose of reducing meat prices for our grocery 1 f patrons? Even the children of Ogden think of Skaggs and I cheap prices simultaneously. If ours vere the only store3 in Ogden we would still cut the prices, we believe in it. Its part of our nature. Besides it is good business for us and beneficial to our patrons. OUR MEATS are more than just "choice meats." We sell only extra good quality meats every day in the week. i Grocery Prices ; SAME AT OGDEN AND BRIGHAM , , l BEANS CHEAP 3 pound can Crisco . . $1.19 i 10 pounds pinto beans . . 69 l1 pound can Crisco . . 60(! a 3 pounds pinto beans . . .25 Quart can Supreme cooking I 5 10 pounds clean white oil 75(5 1 1 beans 89 Quart cans pure olive ;. H -'3 pounds clean white oil Jj1.35 i jl beans 30 Pint cans pure olive oil . 69(5 f I "RICE 'm CaUS )UrC VC ' jj 2 pounds fancy head rice . 35d MOLASSES H I j 5 pounds fancy head rice S5b 60c 1-2 gallon can cooking ! ) pound sack Suuripe oats 69 molasses 39(5 1 a 9 pounds corn meal . . . 59 Galon pail Karo ?i NEW OPENINGS '2 gallon pail Karo ... 55(5 j i Our new store at Evanston, Larp Pai1 01d Tankce - 3 Wyoming, opened up with a 1 Pic syrup - 92.10 big rush, due to the fact that 0 pounds sugar . . . ?14.7o J many had shipped groceries JO Poim sugar. . . ,?l.o0 from our stores in Ogden and o0 Poundss ugar .... 78(5 r, knew of Skaggs' "Cash and HAMS AND BACON I Carry" stores' Prices Our Ogden stores sell almost j 3 LOGAN MAP-KET as much hams and bacon as the I Saturday, the 21st, was open- other dealers combined. Our 5 ing day for our market at Lo- quality and price is the reason. I gan. We reduced meat prices Whole eastern hams, g I; to our customers there 10c to pound . . ? 15c on the pound. 1-2 eastern hams, pound . 3aC j ?1 Sweet breakfast bacon, OLIVES .pound 37(5 ( 20c bottles stuffed olives 12 Slreaked saU p0rk, pound 27(5 f 5 35c bottles stuffed olive 22 galt k chucks pound . 1S(5 i 4 35s cans large, mealy ripe ; olives ' 25d 20c PORK AND BEANS 15c , . 60c large cans, large meaty We have a small quantity of . , ripe olives 45 the wonderful baked pork and ; Large jars sour pickles . 35 beans. Lay in a case now for . i Large jars sweet pickles . 39p summer and save money. on APc: 20c caus sllSar corn ' ' 8 ?n i o . ro 12 20c cans sugar corn ?l-7o-S : I barsQSS ?itc 25c cans Country Gentleman i 1 case Switft s white . S?&.75 20(5 I 1Q bars Crystal white . .75 i cnn's Country Gentle- ' g l case Crystal white . . $7.00 l" uninuy i -n rrciA man corn It , t g 0 bars A B. soap . . . 79d tomtoes . 2o j 8 ncfC Af B' SaP 12 la?gc cans tomatoes ?1.4o !f tj 10 bars Lenox soap . . . 49 i 120 bars Lenox soap . $5.75 TEA AND COFFEE & FLOUR Xo other items are s0 inUl'f I ..Bear Brand- or Mack's Best responsible for the Clour at all stores per 4S pound of our stores as our OW M ( sack only ....... $2.S0 coffee and Royal Garden te Small lot of our famous Ida- Consider that you use oi to ho flour left, per sack $3.00 thirds as much PViU i 35l4lpound 'sack Red ' ing both. The flavor too Jg , Moon 29- pleasing. Try just a snian 50c 5 pound sacks pancake next time. ' flour 43 6oc pound can Old Master ! 9 Pd SQck Germade 2 SlSVond cartons i j- - LIQUID VENEER ;11 Garden tea Jg? 'I 50e sue bottles ...... 39 i pound can Lipton's tea r&V i V $1 size bottles 79 io p0Und can Lipton's tea W $1.50 polish mops . . . $1.19 ORn io pound pail pure lard $2.79 RANCH EGGS 3o j 5 pound pail pure lard . $1.49 Commencing AlondJ"1 oU s pound pail pure lard . .59? ing our stores can suppi) ) I I 6 pound can Criseo . . $2.19 fresh ranch eggs for doc a I If you fail to see our Spring Hats before you buy, yoU j i will fail to save one-third to one-half in the price. Many 0 ; Ogden's best dressed women have purchased a Spring i from us. All declare our qualities and styles are superior I I I any stock ever displayed in Ogden. See them next wee j j OUR STORES CLOSE AT 12 MOND j Arilll3 wero the hostesses and they iad planned a very pleasant evening or the Invited gucst3. Dancing and unuslng games followed by the serv ng of a nicely prepared luncheon ounded out an evening of exceptional ileasure. Misses Katherlno Wheel wright, llla Willis, Elva Wno. Taylor, Elcanora Shorten, '2. santi, Elise JIulliner, E:lw ; Marjorle Alinnocb, Luclc se ' c& i ryu Huss, Helen Nreal. Mrs. J and Glorus Mortensen. '