1939 Morgan Society: Carrigans in the news.
SUNDAY MORNING, MORGAN SOCIETY MORGAN, March 4--Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Bates accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker of Lyman, Wyo., left early Tuesday for Los Angeles. They will visit Boulder dam on the way, and continue north from Los Angeles San Francisco and the world's fair. They will be gone three weeks. Mrs. Camilla Bolton of Centerville Centerville spent last week with her sister, Mrs. A. B. Carrigan, who with a painful accident. Her leg was scalded. Miss Movie Green, Miss Clare Eyre and Jay Eyre, all of Salt Lake City, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of thei-r aunt, Mrs. Ernest Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill and 'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mikesell Porterville entertained 200 friends and relatives Wednesday evening at the Porterville amusement hall in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hill, v.-ho were recently married. Dancing was the entertainment and a buffet luncheon was prepared prepared a.nd served by the hostesses. Xo-Hostess Party A no-hostess party was given Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walker Carrigan in of Mrs. Joseph Whittier. Bunco was the afternoon's entertainment and a luncheon served by Mrs. Pearl Gamble and Mrs. Walerk Carrigan, to the following guests: Mrs. Charles Pitt, Miss Mildred I Williams, Mrs. Pearl Ostler, PvPearl, Mrs. Ellen Rollins, Mrs. Gordon Parri;;h, Mrs. Belva Bohman, Bohman, Mrs. Jessie Bohman, Josephine Bohman, Mrs. Margaret Bohman, Mrs. Rachel Carrigan, Mrs. L. E. Leathman, Mrs. Geneve Geneve Young, Mrs. Hugo Olsen, Mrs. Agatha Bohman, Mrs. Doris Whittier, Mrs. Arthur Whitear, Mrs. Althea Carrigan, Mrs. Nancy Bohman and Mrs. Clara Whitear, and the honored guest. Mrs. James A. Anderson and family, Mrs. Irene Heiner and daughter, Lorraine, attended the funeral of Mrs. Joseph Anderson held in Logan Sunday. Mrs. Joseph Durrant of Lyman, Wyo., and Mrs. H. K. Porter of Provo were week-end visitors at the home of their parents, Mr. Mrs. Thomas Rich of Porterville. Mrs. Sol Green and daughter of Salt Lake City are spending the Â·week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tauley Salt Lake City were week-end visitors at the home of Mrs. Tauley's mother, Mrs. Nancy Bohman. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ike Beck and daughter, Audrey, of Salt Lake City. BriclKe Club Meets Mrs. E. M. Ablott was hostess to her bridge club members Thursday afternoon at her home. A luncheon was served on small tables to Mrs. A. L. Williams, Mable Francis, Mrs. J. L. Terry, Mrs. James Logan, Mrs. Don Durrant, Mrs. F. F. Ulrich, ^H. H. Crouch and the hostess. f W. E. Griddle and Lemuel Toone left Wednesday for San Francisco where they will visit the fair. Â·will return by way of Los Angeles. They expect to be gone two weeks. Mrs. Nancy Bohman entertained Friday afternoon at a quilting party for the following guests: Mrs. A. R. Turner, Mrs. J. L. Terry, Morgan, Mrs. Ellen Stewart of Uintah, Mrs. Kate Warner, Helen OTsen, Mrs. Hugo Bohman, Mrs. Pearl Rollins, Mrs. Doris Whittier, Mrs. Rachel Carrigan, Mrs. Genevie Young, Mrs. Dan Gamble, Mrs. Alfred Bohman and Mrs. A. F. Bohman.