Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
QL UBS The Parent-Teachers' association of the Hopkins school very pleasantly surprised Mrs. A. Ten Brink, Wednesday afternoon, April 21, at her home in West Ogden. Mrs. Ten Brink is a very active worker in the association and the women wished;to 1 show their appreciation for her untiring ef- forts in working, for the interest of the club. Bunco was the diversion for the afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. John Peterson and- Mrs. P. Leishman. ' Delicious refreshments were served. Sego Lily circle No, 174, Neighbors of Woodcraft, met in regular session on i Friday evening at the W. O. VK .hall with a. good attendance. ..Two mprÂ« members were welcom'ed .into the . Â· -"organization. A f t e r -.g-en'eral business": was concluded-.and the .closing admonition Klven, the'-- members -'went to the dining room, where a lunch, was served to more than fifty. Meetings- a're : -held the first and t h i r d . Fridays of each month and all members are asked:' to attend. , , - . . - Â» * * Â·The Amour club met Friday afternoon at thV home of Mrs. Alfred' Ashton.-Carnations were used decorate the tables and the r.opms. " Those, .present were the Mesdames. Samuel J. Smith, William -Si Wright.. Fred ' Summerill, Jr., .C. -~M.s -Stayner, F. E. Ward- le.iRh. Sterling Price, F. E. Thomas aid Roland- B. Farr. The .next meeting- will be held Friday, April 30, at the home of Mrs. Summerill. 'Â·Â·/ . Â» * * ', Mrs. Charles A. Stevens entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of the tenth birthday of her "daughter, Geneve, ' A variety of * games were played and the first -.prize was awarded to little Fay Luncheon was served on a table decorated in pink and white. , ... The little guests were Lola. Fevers, Ruth Parker, Eva Nickson, Orella Fowers, Clara t Parker, Arleen Arnold. Fay Staker, Leona Sandman, Jane Nickson, Ellen Warner, and the guest of honor. Mrs. Stephens was assisted Â· Miss Josle Kelly and Miss May Randall. AWARD PRIZES FOR ROSE SALES The Civic league has completed a pleasant and successful rose campaign in wnlch they, .were assisted 7 by' the" -schools of '.'Ogden, Through the courtesy of 'Superintendent. Karl Hopkins : . arid Â· the principals of all schools It was made possible to place' a large order of'first class two-year-old stock of .choice rose bushes at a. very reasonable price. The .first prize of $1.5 offered by the league for the largest number of roass sold -by a student won by John Newman' of the school who sold 61. : The -second price of "$10 w.ent to-. Thelma Ransom, who disposed of 5S bushes, and the third priie of $5-was by David Millegan with. '53 to credit. .' . . : The league officers made Â· this statement: "We wish', to' thank those who assisted us in any and for the splendid treatment received in the^ schools.', We all Â· citizens to come, .in with and make Ogden the Rose City Utah. We see on all sides of us this year the results of our in the past which have given Ogden many beautiful gardens. Help us to make our city attractive.".