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   Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - January 15, 1939, Ogden, Utah                                '4-B THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15, 1939 Bngham City Society Ruth Coieman and John Serry Marry In LA. Tuesday BRIGHAM CITY, Jan. 14 An- nouncement is made of the mar- riage of Miss Ruth Coieman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Coieman of Brigham City to John Serry of Los Angeles. The mar- riage took place on Tuesday at a home .wedding at the Los Angeles residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Barnett, uncle and aunt of the bride. The young couple will make their home in the coast city. BRIGHAM CITY, Jan. of the most outstanding Pioneer balls given by the Box Elder Daughters of Utah Pioneers was held on Friday evening in the Bluebird ballroom. The hall was decorated in old-time theme and the daughters and many of their guests wore costumes worn years ago by their pioneer grandpar- ents. Old fashioned music was featured with old-time dancing during the evening and modern numbers were sandwiched in to add variety to th'e festivities. May S. Tyson, president of the county organization with Mayor Joseph F. Law led the grand march, which was given under the direction of Miss Beth Romney of the Box Elder high school faculty. Prizes were awarded to mem- bers wearing the oldest and most outstanding costumes. Several members of the state organization and from Weber county were in attendance. Honor Writer Honoring Mrs. W. Vosco Call who recently launched her first novel with the Pegesus Publish- ing company, members of the Civic Improvement club enter- tained at a candlelight tea in the Club rooms on Friday evening. In keeping with the Hawaiian background and theme of Mrs. Call's book, a musical program of favorite songs of the Islands was rendered. A beautiful Hawaiian cloth and novel decorations were used on the tea table. Fifty ladies paid their respects to Mr. Cal and offered congratulations. Of special interest in a series of dancing parties during the winter season, will be the "misfit dance" given by the junior chamber of commerce in the armory building on Wednesday night. According to the chairman, Delmar Whitney prizes be given for the most amusing costumes. Faculty Women Meet The Ladies Faculty club .of the Box Elder high school met on Wednesday afternoon at the horn of Mrs. F. A. Hinckley. A pleas- ant social afternoon was spen which included a program o readings and musical numbers Later luncheon was served by i committee under the direction o the hostess. The American Legion Auxiliarj met on Monday night at the horn of Mrs. Clyde B. Stratford. Mrs Paul Forrester was in charge Judge Lewis Jones was the gues speaker of the evening. His topi was national and state legislation Musical numbers were contribut ed by Jean and Ellen May. Munn, and Lela and Barbara Forrest. During the social hour refresh ments were served by the follow ing committee: Mrs. C. B. Strat ford, chairman; Mrs. J. Weslej Horsley, Mrs. A. B. Caseman Mrs. Victor Forsgren, Mrs. C. L Jones, and Mrs. Chester Knud son. Miss Yvonne Morris was th motif of a surprise party given on Friday evening at the home Miss Barbara Wright. Game were played and a luncheon wa served. The guest of honor wa presented with a handsome gift The guests LaVern Jeppsen, Madge Olsen, Ruly Jen sen. Rose Hillam, Jewell Shelby Ruth Richardson, Lorraine House Barbara Wright, Marcella John son, Yvonne Morris, Yvonne Lar sen and LaRene Tingey. Fete Auxiliary Mrs. Eva L. Christensen wa hostess on Friday evening to members of the local V. F. W auxiliary at her home. Presiden Martha Clark presided at thi meeting. A party to be given on January 20 in the Corinne hall to raise funds for the organization was planned. During the socia hours Mrs. Christensen assisted by Mrs. Mary S. Owen served a tray luncheon. Miss Evelyn Jensen was host ess to the TKo club members a an attractive bridge luncheon a her home the past week. Miss LaVenna Marble was a specia, guest of the club. Mrs. George Williams entertain- ed members of the K-Lio club on Thursday evening at her home Mrs. Arthur Steffin was a specia' guest of the club. Mrs. Frank Bristol and daugh- ter of Los Angeles, 'California are visiting with her parents, Dr. anc Mrs. E. H. Marble. Misses Carolyn Ryan and Mary Alice Woolley '-of Honolulu and Miss Flora Douglas of Chicago and Miss Helen Davis, ail stu- dents of the University of Utah spent the weekend in Brigham City. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peters have returned from southern Cal- ifornia where they enjoyed the post-holiday week. Two Charming Winter Brides and Bride-Elect Deweyville Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Jones of Pleasant View, who was Mr. Arnone, of Magna, Utah, son of L. Leavitt. (center) formerly Miss F ern Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Patterson of Riverdale, whose dauhter of aauj, performing the ceremony. Mr. Leavitt is a son of .Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. Leavitt. Miss Beatrice Anderson, and Mrs. Trchie J. Anderson, whose betrothal to Elwood Costley, s on of Mr, and Mrs. William Costtey of HarrisviHe, is announced by her parents. The marriage will take plac e Jn the near future. Clearfield Marjorje Moss, Lynn A. Griddle Marry In Temple CLEARFIELD, Jan. A. Griddle, son of Mr. and Mrs. .W. D. Griddle of Clearfield, and Miss Marjorie Moss, daughter of Mrs. Lucile Moss of Syracuse, were married Wednesday at the L. D. S. temple in Salt Lake City. They will make their home in Clearfield. A reception was held in. honor of the newly-weds Saturday in the Syracuse .amusement hall. A birthday, dinner given Monday evening by Mrs. Roy Cowan in honor, of, their daugh- ter, LaRene, and Mrs. Rex Waite of West Point. The center decora- tion of the table was a beautiful birthday cake. Those 'enjoying the evening's entertainment besides the guests of honor and host anc hostess were: Misses Audrey Bush, Bernice Holbrook and Silverine Ne- 'yille of Ogden, Golden Oleson, Parley Oleson and Rex Waite of West Point. Guild to Meet The Clearfield Literary 'guild will hold its January meeting Monday evening, at Ede's Place, 2763 Mad- ison, in Ogden. Miss Minnie Moore Brown of Ogden will read the play "Apple by Berry Conriers The hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Harold Weatherson, Mrs Mark Argyle and Mrs. Laurence Briggs. President Ethel S. Lay ton of the ward Relief society announces the work and business meeting will be held next Tuesday commencing at ten a. m. at the ward meeting house. Mrs. Geoge E. Holt returned Tuesday from the Dee hospital, aft- er underoing treatment for an ap- pendicitis attack and complications for the last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith at- tended the funeral, services of Mrs. James Smith, held Tuesday at Brigham City. Mrs. Lettie M. Adams of Layton visited Wednesday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. D. -H. Rampton and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Adams. George H. Payne is in a critical :ondition at the home of his daugh- ter, Mrs. Joseph L. Mabey. Idaho Visitors Mrs. Joseph P. Payne and her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Telle Taylor of Burley, Ida- :io, are visitors this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Mabey. Charlie Rowe has resumed his work at the Woods Cross Canning company, after convalescing for some time from a recent opera- tion. Floyd Carver and Calvin Reed left Wednesday for Los Angeles for a two week's vacation.' Clarence Bushnell was taken to the Dee. hospital Wednesday morn- ing to' receive treatment for a broken leg he sustained while" at work, that morning at the Smith canning factory. 'Mrs. Susan Wood -has' as her guest this week her sister, Mrs. Hulda Thomas of Bountiful. Sunday Guests Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Stoker had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Christenson and Mrs. N. C. Lyngby of S.alt Lake City. Mrs. Lyngby plans to remain at the Stoker home until the end of this month. and then leave for Alhambra, Cal., .for an indefinite visit with her '.daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Stoker had as their Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. David .Stoker and Mr- and Mrs. Grant Heiner. ''Reports are that, seven carloads of cattle have been shipped- from Clearfield during the last few days. at the home of her parents, Mr. and ..Mrs. James Gardner during the past two weeks. Mrs. T. L. Wheatley spent a part of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Snow at Brig- ham City. Jan. It-John T. Bate was entertained on his sixty-first birthday Sunday by his daughter, Mrs. Harper Billings at her home in Perry. The guests included his imme- diate family and were, seated- at one long table. The centerpiece was a huge birthday cake decorated with sixty-one candles. .'As the cake was cut 'his ten grandchildren sang: "Happy birthday to Seated at the .table were Mr. and Mrs. Deloy Bates and family; Mr. and Mrs. Harper Billings- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Weav- er and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Erickson and family, and Laver- ral Bate. During the dinner musical selec- tions were rendered by Barbara Billings, Gale Weaver and Ruby Erickson. Gale and Bonny Jean Weaver assisted the hostess in serving. Betrothal Is Made Known DEWEYVILLE, Jan. Mem- bers of the .family of Mrs. J. W. Spackman made her guest of hon- or at a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Spackman. The occasion was her birthday anni- ersary. Miss Emma Gardner of Winne- mucca, has been visiting Miss Evelyn McGregor, daughter of John J. McGregor, whose engage- ment to Hyrum J. Romrell of Harrisville is announced by her father. The marriage will take place February 1 jn the L. D. S. temple at Salt Lake City. (Link-Tiffany photo) Married Mrs. Gerald Hogge, formerly Miss Delma Neville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Neville of 765 West mar- riage took place December 24 at; Kaysville. Gerald Hogge is the son of Mr. and Mrs- C. E. Hogge of 3841 Childs avenue. Garland Miss Busenbark, Earl Jones Marry In Boise Dec. 3J GARLAND, Jan. ment is made' of the marriage of Miss Phyllis Busenbark, daughter of Mrs. Linda Busenbark to Earl Johns of 'Boise, Idaho, son of Mrs. Amy B. Johns. The marriage took place at Boise on December 31. The young couple will reside at Boise. Mrs. George'B. Hughes was in- stalled as president of the Ladies Self Culture club at the annual club installation breakfast held Friday in the club rooms. Pink and white was the color scheme chosen for the small tables. and the 1939 club program books were placed by miniature snowmen as favors. Mrs. F. L. Nye, retiring presi- dent was-presented with a bouquet of roses. The new officers were presented with corsages. Other new officers installed were Mrs. Harold Persson, vice president; Mrs. Sterling Huish, secretary; Mrs. F. L. Nye, corres- ponding secretary; Mrs. Arthur Linford) musical director; Mrs. Millan Peck, club accompanist; Mrs. C. H. Hales, parliamentari- an; Mrs. R. J. Bowcutt, historian, and Mrs. Lawrence Carter, treas- urer. Mrs. Gladys Mickels will leave in the .near. future to make her home at Cache Junction. Bear River City BEAR RIVER CITY, Jan. Miss Evelyn Thorsen left Tuesday for. Oakland, California where she will visit with her sister Mrs. Low- ell Carruth and family. James P. .Jensen arrived home Monday after a weekrend visit at .Richmond with his son-in-law arid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Funk and family. Miss LaRay Christensen- spent last week with relatives at Spring- ville, Utah and at Salt Lake City' Old Folk Feted The old folk of the ward were entertained by the L." D. S Old Folks, committee on .Wednesday with a turkey banquet at the home .of Mr and Mrs.. John P. Holm- gren. Covers were laid for the fol towing guests, President William C. Horsley of Brigham City and to Mr. and Mrs. John Holmgren, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rose' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berchtold' and Mrs. A. C. Andersen, Mr Rasmus Hansen, Mr rs.. Fred .Hans'en, "Mr. and Mrs. Fred F, P.etersen Mr. and Layton LAYTON, Jan. Arthur F. Layton, local insurance man, to- gether with other newly elected officers of the Layton Kiwanis club was installed at ceremonies' which were conducted at the Lay- ton ward amusement hall Friday night. The affair, to which the ladies were invited, included din- ner, a program, and dancing. Numerous officials prominent in Kiwanis work throughout the state were present at the ceremonies. The program consisted of the fol- lowing: prayer, Bishop William A. Dawson; introduction of Toast- master Franklin Hichenlooper, Ray J. Dawson; reading, Mrs. Maude Rigby; vocal Earl Johnson; tap, dance, Hal Cowley and Jean Wiggill; vocal selection, Mrs. Clover Sanders, accompanied by Mrs. Marcia Mansell; introduction of visitors by toastmaster; president's re- port, President Dawson; installa- tion of officers, Governor George H. Lowe; address, President Ar- thur F. Layton; presentation, of favors, Len H. Layton.' Guests of Salt Lake Thirty- allied builders of Layton and vicinity were guests Wednes- day of the Farmers of Lay- ton, on a tour of Salt Lake in- dustrial plants.- Following the tour the builders were guests at a dinner at the Hotel Utah in Salt Lake City. .Eight Devis county students at the University of Utah are on the honor roll because of their high scholastic averages during the autumn quarter. Those receiving this honor are: Betty Jane Mor- gan and Val Sheffield of Kays- ville; Philo Dibble, Layton; George Fadel, Maxine. Clar, Rich- ard Camp and George Soffe, Bountiful; and Mary Alice Wood, Woods Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Dawson, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Baird attended the twentieth in- stallation banquet and. dance of the Salt Lake Kiwanis club Thurs- day evening at the Hotel Utah. Mrs. Delbert Ellison of Water- ton Lake, Canada, left Wednesday for her home after a six week's stay with relatives and friends in Salt Lake and Layton. Mrs. George D. Watt was host- ess to her bridge club Thursday evening at her home in the Farm- ers Union apartments. Mrs. Otha K: Green was host- ess to the Acacia bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs Royal Morgan was taken to the Dee hospital Sunday morn- ing where she underwent an ap- pendicitis operation. Mrs. Pearl Nalder gave the theology lesson and Mrs. George B. Flint discussed the teachers' Mrs. S. N. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Gardner, Bishop and Mrs. Charles Checketts and to Mesdames Eliza Hailing, Sarah M. Fridal, Boleta Peterson, Mary Ip- son Fredrekka Olsen, Augusta Iv- ersen, Bernice Hall, Orvilla Holm- gren, Trena Christensen, Mattie M. Jorgensen, Sina Andersen, Jos- eph Sorensen, Gertrude R. Jen- sen, Charlotte Lumberg Mark Hyrum PNelsen, Al- vin Stander, Frantz Nelsen, Wil- lard H. Andersen, Heber Hailing, James P. Jensen and R. C. Bark- er. Serve Banquet Following the banquet which was served in the early a program was rendered. Mrs. Eliza Hailing the oldest guest was presented with a large cake bear- ing ninety-one candles. The com- mittee in charge included Moroni Lumberg, Parley Holgren, Lovene Jensen, Eva Hailing and Mrs. R. C. Barker. Thursday Mrs. Christina Hansen wife of Rasmus Hansen, celebrat- ed her. seventy-second birthday at their home with'- a chicken dinner. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Hansen, Mr. .and Mrs. j. Lee Rock, Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Henry a. Hansen, Mrs. Augusta. Iversen Mrs. Hilda Iversen, Mrs. Bertha Wankier and Con Hansen and eighteen. grandchildren all of this .city, and H. C. Hansen of. Elwood. topic at the Layton. Relief society meeting Tuesday. Mrs. LeGrande Hess and infant daughter are spending this week at the home of her sister Mrs. D. C. Whitesides convalescing from a sprained ankle. The Hollyhock camp of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers held its' monthly social and meet- ing-at-the home of Mrs.-Ada Gail- ey Thursday afternoon. Oregon Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Thayne Corbridge and family of Vale, Oregon, are visiting for a few weeks with Mr. Corbridge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Corbridge of West Layton and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Parker of Clearfield, parents of Mrs. Corbridge. Miss Lois Page, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Page was chosen to represent the West Layton ward as queen of -the Gold and Green ball which, is to .be held Saturday, January 28, at the Lay- ton ward amusement hall. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Layton are spending this week with relatives at Moore, Idaho. Mrs. A. Z. Tanner gave an in- teresting travelogue of her recent trip to Old Mexico, to the Glean- er .class of the Layton ward mu- tual Tuesday. .Mrs. Tanner, who was accompanied by her husband Dr. A. Z. Tanner, and her three children, Arlean, Ralph and Joe, returned Tuesday of last week aft- er spending .the Christmas holi- days in Old Mexico. Mrs, John- Potter .and infant son returned Monday from the Dee hospital. Mrs. Potter was the for- mer Miss Maisey Sandall. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Harris re- turned home Wednesday from a' two weeks trip to California and Pendleton, Oregon, where they visited with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Blamires. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doney and Mr.- and Mrs. W. W. Roberts spent Friday at Franklin, Idaho, where they went to attend the funeral of Mr. Doney's brother, Henry Doney. Mrs. Hugh McLean entertained thirty-five guests Saturday after- noon at her home in honor of Mrs.- Dennis Fraughton. Stork Arrives Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barnes an- nounce the berth of a son at the Dee hospital Monday. Mrs. Barnes was the former Lorrel Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams an- nounce the birth of a girl at their home in Kaysville. Mr. and Mrs. Adams were formerly of Layton. Mrs. Babetta Ronnencamp and daughter, Barbara, of Rexbur; Idaho, left Tuesday for their home after spending two weeks with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Ronnencamp. Ralph Tanner left Saturday for San Francisco where he will re- sume his studies at the medical school there after a week's visit with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. Z. Tanner. Warren S. Stevenson left Satur- day for his home in Los Angeles, after a two week's visit with his father, Joe E. Stevenson and his grandmother, Mrs. Annettie E. Stevenson. The following entertained at a no-host party at the home of Miss Lorraine Cunningham Saturday Lorraine Cunningham, Adra Beth Whitesides, Pauleeri Scoffield, Marian Hickenlooper, Wanda Adams, Arlean Stevenson, Dean Bone, Beecher Adams, Rul- on Whitesides, Lyman Clark, Clark Adams, Mac Corbridge, and Carl .Stevenson. The following left Thursday morning for Nyssa', Oregon, to look at 'a most modern and up- to-date sugar factory: Jabez S. Adams, Evan: Ellison, Harold Elr Sfeinway Pianos Pantone Music Go. Hson, Carl Whitesides, Joe Clark and Mr. Spencer. Birthday Party Mr and Mrs. James Morgan entertained in honor of Mr. Mor- father- Henry Morgan's eightieth birthday anniversary. Saturday evening at their home. A two-course luncheon was serv- following guests: Mr. -Mrs. Henry Korgan and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reeder of Ogden, Mr and Mrs_ G clear_ "eld, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Spack- man, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mor- gan, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Knowl- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Morgan. The following were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry B.eus at a waffle supper at their home in Clinton, Monday evening: Misses Athleen Smith, Lorraine Layton, Margie Dean Morgan, the Misses Elizabeth, Ramona and Irene Spackman, and the Misses Lucile and Marie Smith of Clearfield. Mr1, and Mrs. Lionel I. Layton entertained the Neighborhood club at a Chinese checkers party Saturday evening at their home. Twenty-five guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Elburn Dickson and Mr. and Mrs. Edwa" J Layton will entertain the Neighborhood club at the home of Mrs. Dickson Saturday evening. Mrs. John H. Layton, Jr., re- turned Saturday from a three week's trip to Independence, Mis- souri, and Omaha, Nebraska, where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ellison, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ellison attended the Manufacturers' ban- quet and dance at the hotel Utah Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holbrook entertained at a birthday dinner party at their home in Salt Lake City Monday evening, in honor of Mrs. Holbrook's mother, Mrs Rachael Whitesides. Covers were laid for the following: Mrs. White- sides, Mr. .and Mrs. Gordon Sil- vers, Mr. and Mrs. Jack White- sides and 'family, Miss Jane Whitesides. Miss Kathleen Green and Mr. and Mrs. Auxiliary Feted The bishopric of the Layton ward entertained forty auxiliary officers of the ward at a mr-ting and social at the amusement hall The following were guests o: Mrs. Eugene Reed of Clearfielc on Thursday of last week when she entertained her bridge club at the Green Gables tea room in Og- den: Mrs. Harold Ellison, Mrs Joe Day, Mrs. Blain Adams, Mrs William Dawson, Mrs. Leonard Layton, and Mrs. Charlie Hirsch of Murray. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Adams had as their dinner guests Monday evening, Mrs. Bernice Halverson and Miss Maureen Clark of Og den. The Columbine camp of th Daughters of the Utah Pioneer met at the home of Mrs. Lawr ence E. Ellison Thursday after nocn. Mrs. William Thornlej gave the lesson and the program consisted of the following num. bers: Miss Bee'Whitesides, an ac cordian solo, Mrs. John H. Lay ton, Sr., s'ang two numbers, "Path Under the Rod" and "Down Bj the Mrs. Katie Ellison gave a short sketch of the life o her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Har ris Adams, and Miss Aljoe Thorn ley sang "The Little Gray Homi In the EVANSTON SOCIETY EVANSTON, Jan. and Mrs. Reuel Walton returnei Sunday night from Los Angela where they enjoyed the Christma holidays with their daughters Miss Rose and Miss Dorothy Wai ton. Mr. Walton attended the foot ball game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on New Year's day Mrs. Walton visited for thre weeks on the coast leaving Evan ston a week prior to her hus band's departure. The R. N. A. held a dinner a one-thirty Wednesday afternoon a the home of Mrs. Kate Branstitte on Sage street, Mrs. Georg O'Hara received high honors in a guessing contest. Following the inner, installation of officers and business -meeting were held. Officers installed were Mrs. John W. Hayes, oracle; Mrs. Lee Starr, ice-oracle; Mrs. E. ast oracle; Mrs. John A hancellor, Mrs. George O'Hara eceiver; Mrs. John Ewer, inner entinel; Mrs. W. A. Woods, mar- hal; Mrs. Kate Branstitter, manager. Those attending were Mesdames John Hornback, John Ewer, Owen Phipps, George O'Hara, T. H. Colling, Lee Starr, W A. Woods, John Murphey, Print Storey and Kate Branstitter. Fete Past President Mrs. Frank Amsler, outgoing president, was the motif of a de- ightful surprise party given by he officers of the Ladies Auxilia- ry to the B. of L. F. and E. Wed- nesday afternoon at the Mrs. Victor Ewart Bridge he diversion of the afternoon a gift of appreciation was present- ed to the guest of honor. Guests present included Mesdames Wal- ter Ballhaus, Ed Lee, Frank Wi- rig, S. A. Christensen, Charles Hili David Maggard, Robert Rowley, W. W. White, William Wright, Ed Wood, Frank Sam- uelson, C. E. Shepherd, C. W. Saxton, Victor Ewart and Frank Amsler. The committee in charge consisted of Mrs. Victor Ewart, Mrs. C. E. Shepherd and Mrs. Samuelson. Duffy Atkinson, son of Mr. Ben Atkinson, left Monday for Salt lake City where he has enrolled in the L. D. S. Business college. Dr. and Mrs. K. K. Shott son, Leonard, of Buhl, Idaho Mrs. Shott's mother, Mrs. Dial of Blackfoot arrived in Evan- ston last Sunday and left Thurs- day morning for their homes after being house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burr Bailey. Mrs. Peter Mulhall accom- panied her hister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hickey to Salt Lake City Thursday morning. Mrs. Cook Entertains The Safety First Ladies were entertained at the borne of Mrs. William Cook Tuesday afternoon. Cards were played and refresh- ments were served late in the aft- ernoon. Verne Taylor returned Monday morning from Oakland, California where he was called late Th day by the death of his older ter, Mrs. M. D.. Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Walton left Tuesday for their home in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Walton spent a week as a house guest of her mother, Mrs. John R. Arnold and also visited with her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Terry. Mr. Walton came from Salt Lake to accompany his wife home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Skinner .left this week end for their home in Sheridan after spending three weeks with her mother and sister, Mrs. John R. Arnold and Mrs. Glen Terry. Club Entertained Evanston Home Economics club was entertained Friday aft- ernoon at the home of Mrs. McKinnon at the Wyoming hospital with Mrs. Arthur presiding. Mesdames Oliver Buck, Swan Borg, Orson Nielson and Fred Thompson were taken into membership. Thirty were in attendance. "The Outstanding 'Meeting of the Year" was the sub- ject of roll call. The afternoon was spent in a review of the year's work and club singing which included a song, .of appre- ciation tp the retiring officers, written-.-by Mrs. Herbert Morton. Delicious refreshments were serv- ed by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Arthur Heward. The next meeting will be held February 10 with the new officers in their chairs and Mrs. Claude Ringwood presiding. Miss Sanford will give the lesson, subject being "Personal Groom- WRAPPED IN BED TAPE SANTA ROSA, county still owns a steel bridge over the Russian river. In prepara- tion for building a new one, the board of supervisors made the nec- essary legal arrangements for the sale of the bridge at auction there was no bidder. The next day, how- ever, the supervisors had a bidder but no legal authorization for an auction. So they just decided to "keep the bridge. OR MORE On a Lovely, Soft, Natural PERMANENT WAVE Clip Coupon Below. 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