1938-11-23. BDay fete. SLT

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1938-11-23. BDay fete. SLT - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING,...
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, -NOVEMBER 22, 1938. Ruth Morris Inspires Bridal Parties Parties and more parties dot the premarital calendar for Miss Ruth Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nephl L. Morris, 70 West Firs North' street, before her marriage December 5 to John D. Schlck, son of Fred Schick of Montpelier, Idaho The first fete will be ushered in Tuesday evening when Miss Mar jorie Judd entertains at a shower at her home, 488 C street. On Wednesday afternoon Mrs T. William Cockayne, a sister oi :he bride-elect, will be hostess at a . uncheon at her home, 930 Twelfth East street. Twelve guests have been bidden to the affair. On Friday afternoon Miss Jane Davis will give a luncheon at her home in Ogden, and that evening officers of the Mutual Improvement association of the Seventeenth L. D. S. ward will entertain for the bride-elect, the formal announcement of whose engagement and approaching marriage was made Sunday morning at a breakfast presided over by her mother, Mrs Morris, and her three sisters, Mrs Cockayne, Miss Barbara Morris and Miss Harriet Morris. Two large old-fashioned brida. bouquets decorated the breakfast table, which was laid in the president's suite at the Hotel Utah, and miniature colonial bouquets with tiny booklets tied with pink satin bows, revealing- news of the approaching marriage, marked places for guests. Visitors and Travelers Miss Beth Folsom, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Folsom, 1529 Hubbard avenue, has returned from San Francisco, where she has been for the past three years. Miss Julia Ray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Ray, 1408 Yale avenue, accompanied Mr. Ray to Washington, D. C., Saturday, where they will spend a couple of weeks. Complimented .Mrs. Rosalia Kimball Edwards, who was honored on the anniversary of her eighty-fifth birthday at the homo of Mrs. B. A. Brower on Monday. Birthday Party Honors Daughter of Pioneer Members of Belvedere camp, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, vere hostesses at a delightful party Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. A. Brower, G52 Wilson avenue. The affair was in celebration of he eighty-fifth birthday anniver- ary of Mrs. Rosalia Kimball Ed- tvards, daughter of the late Heber C. Kimball. The living rooms were effectively [ecoratecl with chrysanthemums in )astel shades and the same gay jlooms were used on the serving able. Thirty guests were present. Plans The and bazaar, Patrons' and the Friday at the Mrs. president of the A card the afternoon chairmanship of Jeanne the dinner will be presidents of Patricia sophomore candy of the Van Cott, Socials Mary Continuing ding fetes Mary and Mrs. Thirteenth Monday popular LaRue and Miss Eleventh East The party was with season, and following an showered with 12 guests Other calendar a tea to members the recipe given next Virginia avenue, slated for presided over her home,

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 22 Nov 1938, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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