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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - March 6, 1927, Ogden, Utah OGDEN CITY, UTAH. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1927. MSS MATSON HAS LUNCHEON ON SATURDAY i Entertains at Virginia Hotel for House Guest Miss Mary Virginia Matson was tie charming hostess .at an at- tractive bridge luncheon given for I a nurriber of the younger set on I Saturday afternoon at the Virginia i hotel. In. honor of her house guest, I Miss Virginia Relss of Sheboygan, who arrived Friday. Pink roses Jn silver bud vases used on the small tables and daffodils -were arranged In bas- kete about the room. The guest 'list included the Misses Virginia Kaplan, Marlon Eccles, Blanche Barton. Claudia Roberts, Martha Vlda "Wright. Dorothy Kaplan, Katherine Beck, Phyllis McGlnley. Louise Fisher, Mary Lizette Maginnls, Gerald- Sne O'Neill, Lilian O'Neill. Mar- jorie Brewer, Madalyn Toy, Betty Hurst, Kate Fenton, Phyllis King, Marcia Woods, Helen Conroy. Marie Dore, Frances Paggett, Marjorie Dauterman, Mary Clem- ents: Mrs. Clalr Anderson and Mrs. Jack Gampton. 1 From Salt Lake: The Misses Agnes O'Brien, Eleanor O'Brien. Margaret O'Brien, Florence Kelly, Geraldlne Kelly, Jeannette Harris, Elolse Gibson and Sheila Moran. The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. George H. Mat- son. I DINNER GIVEN AT IVERSON HOME Mrs. H. P. Iverson and Mrs. C. W. Cross entertained the mem- bers of their bridge club and their husbands on Friday evening at the new home of the Iversons on Tay- lor avenue. The guests were seat- ed-lor dinner at small tables cen- tered with jonquils and maidenhair fern. The .party included Mr. and Mrs; Ralph D. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. J.- Elltngsori, Mr. and -Mrs. John T. .Rushmer, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Munson, Mr. and Mrs. An- gus Kennedy, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Wherry. Mr., and. Mrs. George W. Kellogg. Mrs. B. J. Finch, Mr. and--Mrs.-June Clark, Mr. and Mrs. J-. -E. Stone. SOCIETY FOLK ENTERTAIN AT SMALL AFFAIRS Spring Blossoms Adorn Tables at Dinners and Luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Marrlrier Ecclos entertained at a Httle din- ner on Friday evening with cov- ers laid for twelve. Green pots filled -with acacia and -white nar- cissi centered the small tables and bridge followed dinner. The gruests Included Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence T. Dee, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Spargo. Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Banning. 'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Eccles. Mrs. Horace Nebeker and Eosa Gwilliam. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Eccles at a charmingly arrang- ed dinner on Thursday evening- at their home in the Ladywood apart- ment. Yellow ophelia roses in a silver bowl centered the table. and buffet. Covers were laid for eight and following the dinner the party attended tha Paramount theatre. Mrs. H. A. Banning and Mrs. Horace Nebeker entertained at luncheon, on Saturday at the at- tractive apartment of Mrs. Nebeker In the McGregor. A variety of spring flowers decorated the rooms and covers were laid for twelve. The afternoon ;vras pass- ed with bridge. MRS. HERMAN WAT IS HOSTESS FRIDAY Mrs. Herman B. Way enter- tained the members of her bridge plub' and a few special guests on Friday at her home in the Lady- wood apartments. Small tables each centered with an orange candle were used to seat the guests and acacia and daffodils decorat- e'd the rooms. The party includ- ed the Mesdames Albert H.' Aland, Warner Arthur, Fletcher Scow- croft, Edgar Earls, Frank; C. Har- greaves, -Ray Whitmeyer, Charles Clayton, Rajph Gwilliam, FranK. K." Bartlett? Forsling. Geo. Fiste'iv Thonias Leslie. H. .C. Stranquist; J. E. McDermond, George Bowman and J. S. Mun- son. Conclusively A Style in the ordinary of the word may easily be copied! But the subtle har- mony of a really smart slipper cannot be duplicated! That is why an I. Miller its lines of custom- make fitting conclusive smartness that is quite M IISS. JEAN WARNER, daughter-of Mrs. Agnes Warner Bowen, who is to play the title role in George Bernard Shaw's famous play, "Saint Joan" at' the University of Wyoming, on Friday evening (Link-Tiffany) CARDS MOTIF FOR SEVERAL OGDEN EVENTS First of Series of Dinners Is Given at Aland Home Dr. and Mrs. Albert H. Aland entertained at the first of a series of dinners Tuesday evening at their home on Van Buren avenue. Orchid and pink sweet peas cen- tered the small tables at which the guests were seated. Bridge followed. Covers were laid for Dr. and Mrs. George M. Fister. Dr. and Mrs. Henry C. Stranquist., Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Porter L. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. "Warner Arthur, Dr.'and Mrs. Francis R. Conroy, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil P. Harrop and Miss Anna Hall. The second dinner the series will be given on Monday evening. Mrs. Eugene E. Carr enter- tained on Friday .at a bridge luncheon at her home on Twenty- fourth street in honor of her sis- ter-in-law, Mrs. Lawrence .Wright Acacia and daffodils were used for the decorations and the place cards and tallies were in yellow and green. Covers were laid for the Mes- dames John Scowcroft, George Grimes, Lawrence Clayton. Claude Cave, James Scowcroft, Henry W. Kelson, Joseph E. Evans. Henrv Volker, Angus W. Petty anH George Larson. ,Mr. and Mrs. Warner entertain- ed informally at cards on Thurs- day evening- at their home on Twenty-fourth street. Supper was served after the games. The guests included Dr. and Mrs. Al- bert H. Aland, Mr. and Mrs. Her- man B. Way, Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Hinley and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leslie. NO-HOST AFFAIR GIVEN THURSDAY A no-host luncheon was given Thursday afternoon, .at Jules' by the members of s. bridge club. The tables were decorated with pink and orchid sweet peas. Bridge followed the luncheon and horrors were won by Mrs. Julian Watson and Mrs. William. Blackburn. BRIDGE TE4 IS GIVEN IN NEW HOTEL BIGELOW Wives of Delegates to Utah Canners' Meeting Honored The first important social event to be held in the beautiful Kotol Bigelow was Die bridge toa given Saturday afternoon in lion- or of the wives of the to the Utah Canners' association' convention. The affair wns friven in the upstairs drawing- room where tables were arranged for seventy-five guests. Large wick- er baskets of acacia, red carna- tions and pussywillow were, ar- tistically placed abont the Tea was served following the games. The committee in charge was composed of Mrs. Joseph F. T5ar- ker, chairman; Miss Miriam Barnes, Mrs. Gage B. Mrs. Herbert L. Herrington. Robert C. Nye, Mrs. Roland Smith. Mrs. William Varney. Mrs. Ronald Wadsworth, Mrs. John G. Leon- ard, Mrs. Thomas Leslie and Catharine Mclaughlin. ENTERTAIN AT CARD AFFA Tp Mrs.' W. H. Child and Mrs. D. D. Smith entertained their club at luncheon and cards Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. "Child, 1549 Twenty-fourth street. The table was centered with a crystal basket filled with green sweet peas and green can- dles were at each end. The nut cups and place cards carried out the St. Patrick motif. Covers were laid for twelve club members aivl two additional guests, Mrs. A. Egelhoff and Mrs. Frank Francis. M MRS. SWANNER GIVES LUNCl Mrs. Lester Swanner was hor.- tess to her bridge club on Tues- day evening at .her home. 4 HO Twenty-fourth street. The lunch- eon table was. brightened by a basket of gay spring flowers. Mrs. George Simpson an'd Mrs. Robert Greenwell received honors at cards. STUDY CLUBS HAVE PROGRAMS IN WEEK 2473 Washington Ave The Ladies' Literary club met Wednesday at 1 o1 clock at' the home of Mrs. Joseph E. Wright. Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock. The table was centered "with lav- ender and rose hyacinths. Mrs. H. W. Dunn read. "The. Show by Edna Ferber and Mrs. John Taylor led the discussion. The members have decided not to hold an Easter tea this year, but will give their annual enter- tainment later in the season. The Marana reading circle met Wednesday morning- with Mrs. John T. Lynch. "The -Private Life of Helen of Troy." by John Erskine, was reviewed by Mrs, D N. White. The next meeting will be with Mrs. George S. Glen next Wednesday morning. The Child Culture club met Thursday, March 3, in American legion club rooms with Mrs. J. U. Eldredge, Jr., and Mrs. James Fowlie as hostesses. Mrs. J. R. Larson- entertained (he members by giving two acts fram the play, "My'Lady's Dress." by Edward Knoblock. Miss Alice Dix gave two piano selections. Waltz, by Edwin Collier; "From Prairiedog by Reuben. Goldmark. MRS. OVERSTREET IS CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. L. W. Over.stfeet entertain- ed her bridge club at dinner, with cards following. Tuesday evening at Jules.' The table was'decorat- ed with various colored sweet peas in a' Dutch pottery vase and blue candles in Dutch holders. Covers were .laid for Mrs. Walter Biddla, Mrs. Lee D. Turner, Mrs. R. L. Mrs. Arthur Grantham, Mrs. Venis Miss Rosa Mosteller, Miss Ann Browning-, and the following'special Mrs. M. J. Seidner, Mrs. Leslie Mann, Mrs. T. Don 'Season and Miss Mary Neff.. Mrs. Turner received the score prize, Mrs. the 'cut prize and Mrs. Mann the guest prize. LITTLE FOLK ARE GUESTS AT; PARTY Elizabeth Williams celebrated her .eighth birthday on Tuesday afternoon by entertaining a num- ber of her little friends at her home. The guests were seated at the table centered with a large birthday cake. The invited guests were.' Georgia Maxine Whitmeyer. Martha Ann Dumke, Mary Smith, Isabelle Edwards, Margery .Hoggan, Jean Hillabrant, Alice Porter, Mary Catherine and Leo Archbold. Jack Pc-brman, Clau- die- Lowder, .Richard Hargreaves, Billy Kinard, Jerry DeW.itt, Ron- ald Smith, Edgar and'-'Harold Dri- ver, Earl Lammers and the host- ess. Those who host- ess were Julia Folland, Lucille Driver and Dorothy' Williams, 9 SPRING' FLOWERS TABLES On Monday .evening at-the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. 'Thatcher, 1437 Twenty-sixth street, the mem- bers of the Mo'dern- Literature club entertained -their .husbands at- bridge. Supper .was serye.dyon small tables following-cards. Tha tables were decorated with spring flowers. Those present were Mr. and'Mrs. Hans Aabel.'Mr.'and Mrs. J. F. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. W., J. Blackb-urn, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Cutlfjr, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Forbes, Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Mattesen, Drl and Mrs. B. E. Greenwell, Dr. and Mrs. R. H.-Prindle, and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Titley. P. E. 0. SISTERHOOD SELECTS OFFICERS The- P. .E. O. sisterhood held their regular meeting with. Mrs. Herman B. Way on Tuesday at 'the Ladywood apartments. Afte; luncheon the election 'of officers took place and those elected were installed by Mrs. James -T. Abbott the retiring president. Those who now hold office are Mrs.'C. C. _Mrs. Wade Johnson, vice-presi'dent; Mrs. Frank C. Hargreaves, corre- sponding secretary; Mrs. W. J. Hillabrant, corresponding secre- tary; Mrs. Philip J. Dlx, treasurer; Mrs. Harmon Barton, guard, and Mrs. Philip A. Dix, chaplain. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Samuel Powell. MRS. E. M. CONROY-, GIVES LUNCHEON Mrs. E. M. Conroy was .hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday at her home in the Belvedere apartments in Salt Lake. Those motoring down to attend, the luncheon were Mrs. Sydney. O. Ste- vens, Mrs. -Albert G. Mrs. Ezra Tlichardson, Mrs. Catherine Shufflebarger, .Mrs., Timothy Ryan and Mrs. William Eccles of- Los Ang-eles. MRS. GEO. GRIMES ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. George E. Grimes enter- tained her bridge club-, at' lunch- eon'- Thursday afternoon at her home, 2472 Custer avenue. Carna- centered, t-nc tables. The honors at bridge were awarded to Larson and 'Mrs. Virgil Cain won the cut prize.: OGDEN GIRL MAKES MUSICAL PROGRESS The many Iriends in Ogden. of Miss Helen Tollefson will be in- terested in a partial report of her progress in music. Miss Tollefson a student in the department of' music in the Northwestern university in Ev'an- ston, 111. She has Invited to fill a number of engagements on programs for women's clubs in> different pa-rts of Chicago. Re- cently-she played a solo number for> the Chicago Kiwanis club at the Hotel Sherman, while she is also engaged to play each week for the Kiwanis club of Oak park. She played at the fashionable "Orrington" and had many return requests. Her teacher. Professor H. A. Haake, will present Miss Tollefson in a piano recital in April. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Wheel- wright are also studying under Prof. .Haake and making fine progress. MRS.-F.-X HEBT -HOSTESS AT CARDS Mrs. F. J; Hirt entertained last week at a prettily appointed bridge luncheon at her home on- Adams avenue. The tables were centered with bowls of cerise sweet peas, acacia and ferns. Place cards and tallies in the same colors were used. Covers were laid.; for Mrs. J. "W. John- son, .'Mrs. J. G. Leonard. Mrs. Jed Ballantyne, Mrs. E. A.. Garcia, Mrs. A. E. Edson, Mrs. I. S. Ruth, Mrs. O. Kirkland, Mrs. J. F. Grimlin, Mrs. .R. P. O'Neill, Mrs. R. B. Mrs. M. J.' McLaughlin. The out-of-town guests were Mrs. James -Driscoll and Mrs.. D. C. Hunter of Salt-Lake. Prizes vere won by Mrs.-Jed Ballantyne-and Mrs. R.'P. O'Neill. Travel, Sports, Dress Coats. at- ;
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