Mrs. Charles Reinsch

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Mrs. Charles Reinsch - Party Honors Bride of June Mrs. Elias Hansen...
Party Honors Bride of June Mrs. Elias Hansen entertained at an attractively appointed bridge luncheon recently at her home on Fifteenth East street in honor ol her daughter, Elln. a June bride-elect. The guests were seated at one long table, where a color scheme of red and white was effectively carried out with a silver bowl filled witli red carnations and tall cardinal tapers in silver holders at either end. The place cards were in the form of mlni- ature s, which held the annotmcement of the engagement of Miss Hansen to William Lee Beezley Sixteen close friends were bidden. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. D. E Tracy. ^vSrf'wvi.i 1 llowers were used in decorating the entertaining rooms, Mrs. Charles Scott entertained the members of the Optimist club at luncheon at her hpme Thursday afternoon. afternoon. Progressive "600" was the feature of the afternoon. An interesting event of Friday afternoon afternoon was the delightful tea given by Mrs. J. C. Dalton at the home of her father, W. H. Ray, in honor of Miss 'Florence D. Ray, whose mar- riage will take place the early l>ai't'\Y/\ of June. The guests were received " * by Mrs. Dalton, Miss Ray, Mrs. Fred E Ray, Mrs. C. O. Chase and Miss Flonmee Bee. An orchestra furnished furnished music during the afternoon.! rk Starts on | Arizona Resort . The color scheme was in pink and lace cloth over pink and wa-s centered centered with a crystal bowl filled with roses. Pink tapers In crystal hold- were at the four comers. The ST. GEORGE—Work started today on construction of the $95.000 resort planned at Beaver Dams, Ariz. Howard Howard McKean, contractor, who will have charge of the construction, was a ae was prese over by Mrs. j ie re Wedwsdav and rctimipd Charles Funk and those assisting in £ ' ver n-mt n^V n It ui ? i serving were Mrs. Charles Reinsch I Bcaver D -*ms that night wuh a truck-: Mrs. H. F. Cannon. Mrs. Miles Burns, i loac * of material to start the work. He' Mrs. R. E. KnailO and Miss Pnthn-.f was npcmnnnnfpH hv :> uifi>»Vir»- r>r »v> n raW t.ini »<,,«« " • • --. . es ums, • . either Snd^he Irs ~ R - E - Kn *»'P a ' ld * IUs Cath »"[ WM accompanied by a member of the ™ hundred and /if- firm of Anderson & Young, archi- . Miss Ray also wasltccts undpr whnsp riiwrtim, Mir. ni.inc attractively arranged- were 'drawn in" ' ' ~, " e , „»",-, ty guests called. motif lor an bridge party Wednesday given by Mrs. Fred E. Ray, followed by a delicious delicious lunch. A variety of garden ..»..*,. i^^vi ij. tvnj, IVIIUIM-U uj a. cis.'- Mr i ; Frpfl HKCM pr Mr* T r- i!i\ licious lunch. A variety of garden borslebcn Mrs J C nilton MN, flowers in pastel shades were used Florence Be.> Mis* A»n.>ii« RIU-VIOV j in decorating the house. The guests MissGrace Pax mi i Ml£ B«h-ir,' ! were seatci at small tables, centered Paxman Miss Lar-i Dunn •imi ihp ! with srnsll crystal baskets of brida! guest of'honor The hosies'-w«Vac i wreath tied with rlhhon Mr* r. r> ^.V^i.. ,.,:'• -"..' ™, cs " xvtt!> as :i wreath tied with ribbon. Mrs. C. O. Chase received the first prize and the second prize was awarded lo Mrs Fre<i Hischler. Miss Ray was presented presented with a beautiful guest prize by the hostess. Covers were laid for Mrs. C. O. Chase, Mrs. Charles Funk, Mrs. Orville J. Johnson, Mrs. H. F. Cannon, Mrs. David Westwood, Mrs. Gladys Nielson, Mrs. R. K. Nelson Mrs J r 1-1 a! ! 1>11.^. U. (*>. Jltll- [ sistcd by Mrs. Grant Thomas Hiidi her daughter, Miss Virginia Ray On' Monday evening Mrs. C. O. Chase J and Miss Florence Bee will enter* ain. in honor of Miss Ray. Mrs. Amy Cole was hostess to members ot the Vieux Amies club at ( . . a theater party , Monday 5ervcd i i evening.| al

Clipped from The Salt Lake Tribune31 May 1931, SunPage 47

The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)31 May 1931, SunPage 47
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