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Birth of Gaylene
Stoyer home, 2035 Utah avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Boyer, 2921 EdwaVds streets, are the parents of a daughter born Nov. 17 at (.he-Murray hospital. The. baby comes as a. companion to a brother, Alfred. Mrs. Boyer will be remembered as Miss Charlotte Kelly, popular Ccntcr- ville girl. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hoskin entertained at Thanksgiving dinner at their home, J001 South Dakota street, hi honor of Mrs. Clara Conn and A. C. McNeil, who will leave shortly for Idaho for. a visit before going on to the coast to spend th? winter. The beautifully arranged table was centered with a graceful arrangement of sweet peas and orchids. Seated with the honor guests were Mrs. A, Stevens, Miss Goldie Stevens. Mrs. M. .A. Wagner, C. Wesley, P. Taylor, M. McGruder and the hosts. After dinner dancing and music gave diversion. Mifs Evelyn Phillips, who teaches school at Wickes, is spending the Thanksgiving vacation with her mother, Mrs. Mary Phillips, 313 East Second street. Mr. and Mrs. George Erickson have taken up their residence at 2126 Ottawa street. Miss Maty Boland, who teaches school at Fecley, is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Boland, 1000 South Gaylord street. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Silencer, 2835 Bayard street, entertained at dinner Thanksgiving day nt their home. The perfectly appointed table was adorned with tall tapers and baskets of baby "mums." Covers were placed for Mr, and Mrs. E. A. Cherry, James and Phillip Spencer and the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lemicux, 1251 East Second street, are the p&io of a, daughter born Tuesday at St. James hospital. Mrs. Lemieux will be in Europe, it was stated, at 5.35 cents a pound against 5.40 to 5.45 earlier this week. There were no changes in the price for domestic shipments. remembered as Miss Margaret Crowley. Miss Mary McDonald is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her mother, Mrs, Joseph McDonald, 1945 Garrison avenue. Miss McDonald leaches at Silver Star. T. A. Cuter has returned to his home lii Ekalaka, after a visit with his mother, Mrs. Jerry Carter, 1904 Oregon avenue, and his brother, W. H. Clunp and family, 1830 Oregon avenue. The following Thanksgiving program was given Wednesday afternoon nt St. John's parochial school: Song, ''Thanksgiving Day Welcome,' third and fourth grades; playlet, "The First Thanksgiving," Marguerite Presslcr; recitation, "I Knew,' Helen Sullivan; recitation, "That's Thanksgiving," Catherine Lee; recitation, "Pilgrim Maidens," Bettj Ann Roteriiig, Betty Mullen, Anne Myers and Margaret Hasten; recitation. "A Maiden of Long Ago," M Kathryn McNamee; playlet, "Storj Book Friends," pupils of the third grade. The Vairview division of the Rocky Mountain Garden club wil meet tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, with Mrs. George I. Martin and Mrs. J. D. Murphy hostesses at the home of Mrs. Martin, 1942 Argyle street. When fire broke out In the garage of (lie NnapuJ Jiotel. Torquay, Eng land, timber from the room fell on (lie button of an automobile horn ant woke the guests. CribbngE b again popular In London.