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the German m and a Lusty, Ruth Emma Mrs. Griffin. BRiDE AND of in Sisterhood Twenty-seventh Sisterhood, with Ogden, of the is Nevada,, Patterson Earl going of Mr. CLUB MEETINGS CONGRESS DEBATING CLUB The Congress Debating club of Ogden High school held its annual banquet in the Hotel Ben Lomond Saturday evening., May 16. The theme for the banqut was the Congress of the -United States. Miss Margaret Smaltz acted as toastmlstress as the speaker of the house. Marion Dame gave a toast to the seniors as the senate. Virginia Virginia Nicholas gave a toast to the alumni as the supreme court. Margaret Coray gave a toast to the juniors as debaters on the floor. Betty Tangren gave a toast to the juniors as the house of representatives. representatives. Verna Forbes gave a toast to the seniors as power of the gavel. Mrs. Reba Basoni gave a toast as the president of the United States. Rose Burchell sang two songs. Katherine Kaneko Kaneko played two piano selections. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT Ogden circle, 581, Women of Woodcraft, held their regular meeting Wednesday, May 20, with Guardian Neighbor Rose Stewart presiding. During the session Mothers' day was commemorated with the following following program: Violin solo. Wanda Mae Brown, accompanied by Irene Lythgoe; song, Ogden High school quartette quartette composed of Wayne Simpson, Simpson, Helen Whitney, Phyllis Myers Myers and Herbert Smith, accompanied accompanied by Dorothy West; reading, Rose Stewart: piano solo, Ruth Whitney and duet by Helen Whitney Whitney and Wayne Simpson. A lovely lovely corsage was presented to each mother. At the close of the meeting a birthday party was held with Neighbors Violet Grix and Sarah Baumeister as guests of honor. Special guests for the evening were Neighbor Bess of the grand laws committee and her daughter from Woodbine circle, Salt Lake City. CLUB BEAR The Child in the drawing Ben Lomond on 21, at two-thirty S. Stone and Hooper as Mrs, H. M. main of the Greenwell accompanied Miss Majorie sang three vocal Thornelaw, piano by Miss played two violin S. Stone Apples." by Miss Ruth on the piano Finlayson, sang two 1 * + * SNYDERS ARTILLERY MEMBERS, Mr. and Mrs. Snyder entertained the 222nd field their ladies at evening at the rooms. Mr. the band. Roses centered the table, laid for sixty ladies. They encampment at May 30. SANS SOUCI The Sans Souci Pinochle club met at the Nob Hill tea-room Tuesday evening. Dinner was served to seventeen members and guests. Mrs. Kate Heyman and ·Mrs. M. L. Marks were in chargs of the afternoon. BRIDGE PARTY ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Agnes Busenbark, Mrs. Ada Gale "and Mrs. Ida Clayton sponsored sponsored a birthday party and bridge luncheon in honor of Mrs. Lida Morris and Mrs. Hannah Shepard and Mrs. Jennie Wilde. Floral decorations and other colors were yellow and green. The Live Oak club annual show was held at the Orpheum theatre and was followed by a luncheon in Keelcy's.' Members' present '· included: included: Mesdames Sophia Austin, Austin, Mary Bicker, Agnes Busenbark, Busenbark, Daisy Cashmore. Ida Clayton, Clayton, Susan Grose, Emily Grose, Ada Gale, Anne Greenwell, Maggie - . _ ,, . - Miss Marion of Mr. and who is home vacation, after course of Francis school of

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 24 May 1936, Sun,
  3. Page 18

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