Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
two Mrs. with *Early Pioneers Entertained By D. U. P. Chapter The Weber county chapter of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers Monday entertained the early pio- i neers of the county at a luncheon j at the Hotel Ben Lomond fojlow- ing the Twenty-fourth of July parade. Several guests, including the mayor and commissioners, also at- tended. A musical program fur- Nancy and ten pajamas. have nished added interest. Twelve of the pioneers who attended were: Elizabeth Oakey, 94; Samuel Hadley. 90; Joseph H. Smith, 90; Sarah Gledbill, 86; Thomas England, 84; W. A. Crouch, 75; Jessie Bingham. 79; John Ekstrom, 84; Isabelle Allred, 83; Jane W. Gamer, 81; J. B. Hunter, 81, and Rose Blair, 81.