1938 Helen Bray
SPRINGVILLE REPORTS MRS. MANILA BROWN, Correspondent - Phone 223-W Mrs. Melba Condie Osmond and two children are spending a few w^eks vacation with relatives and friiends here. They came recently from their home in Washington, D. C., and are planning, to Join Mr. Osmond soon to make their home on the west coast. Members of the League of Western Western Writers, Provo chapter, were delightfully entertained Tuesday evening, at the home of Mrs. Jessie J. Dalton. The time was spent reading and discussing various various works by members. Mrs. Dalton and Mrs. Mae Groesbeck entertained with vocal music accompanied accompanied by Mrs. Bell Thomas. Refreshments were served by the hostess to the following members and guests: Mrs. Anna Prince Redd, president of the chapter, in charge of the meeting; Mrs. Mary Nickerson, Mrs. Edith Y. Booth, Mrs. Celia A. Van Cott, Mrs. Grace A. Jacobsen, Mrs. C. E. Maw, Mrs. Olive M. Nickols, members, and Mrs. Sidney Cairns, Mrs. Lois Child, Miss La Jeune Whitney, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Groesbeck, guests. Members of the G. S. Condie family, numbering about fifty and including relatives from California, California, Nevada, Washington, D. C., Salt Lake City, Provo and Springville, Springville, gathered at Midway Hot Pots for a reunion on Saturday. All enjoyed the day with swimming, swimming, social chat and a delicious picnic lunch served at one long table. Members of the Springville- Mapleton Black Hawk committee and their partners will hold a "watermelon bust" and business vacation with relatives at Mapleton. Mapleton. Mr. and Mrs.-George Bartholomew Bartholomew of this city, announce the marriage of their daughter Marie, to Henry Larson of Salt Lake City, which took place in the Salt Lake temple on Monday, August 15. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Dawson, the latter formerly Clara Nielson Nielson of Santa Barbara, Calif., have been visting Mrs. Dawaon's parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Nielson, at Thistle and with Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Brown and other relatives and friends here and also at Gunnison. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Halvorson Halvorson of Spanish Fork, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nielson at their home here one day last week. Members of the Home Culture club will be entertained at a summer summer party on Wednesday, Aug. 24, at the home of Mrs. Virgil Bird. All members are invited to be present at 7 o'clock. Miss Helen Bray was hostess to a group of friends at a party at her home Monday night. A waffle supper and games were enjoyed by the following in attendance: attendance: Phyllis Boyer, Donna Whitney, Francis Wyrick, La Rhea Nielson, Catherine Holley, Carma Crandall, Norma Johnson and Delia Rae Bird. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Beardall and children spent a few days of the past week at Yellowstone national park. A group of friends enjoyed a slumber party Tuesday at the home of Miss Donna Whitney. An early morning breakfast was served to the following guests Phyllis Boyer, Francis Wyrick Norma Jonnson, Carma Crandall Catherine Holley, Delia Rae Bird Helen Bray and La Rhea Niel son. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wight man of Berkeley, Calif., have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Wlghtman, and Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Condie in this city. Mrs. G. L. Beardall has jus returned from a two weeks' delightful delightful trip to Evanston and Chicago, in. She was accom panied on the return by her daugh ter, Ann Beardall, who has been attending summer school at th< University at Evanston. Miss Verona Condie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Condie, is at Afton, Wyoming, employed in nurse work at the hospital in that city. Mrs. V. C. Nielaon, the former Rose Marie Heywood of this city came from Los Angeles. Calif, recently to visit relatives and friends here. Mrs. Nielson, Mrs Rhea Straw and Miss Zina Single ton spent two days of the past week with relatives at Eureka. A group of relatives and friends enjoyed the afternoon Friday at Vivian park, Provo canyon. Lunch was enjoyed, preceded by swimming swimming and social chat. Mrs. Glen Wyrick and children, Miss Delia Rae Bird, Mrs. Mervin Bray and daughter, Helen, attended. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyde accompanied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Christensen of San Mateo, Calif- spent a few days of the past week in the canyons of southern Utah.