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Sunday, August 18, 1935
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Women's Clubs Victor lodge No. 89, ladies' auxiliary to the B. of L. F. and E. will hold its next regular meeting Thursday at 2 p. m. in the Moose hall. The regular review of Mountain Hive No. 27, Ladies of Maccabees, will be held Friday at 8 p. m. in the K. of P. hall. Regular meeting of Ma-xwelt-Mc- Kcan W. R. C. will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 p. rn. at 322 1 ,-; South State street. T. H. Gordon circle No. 4, Ladies of the G. A. R., will meet Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Moose hall. The initiatory- work will be given at this time. The ladies' auxiliary of the Bethel Baptist church will meet for Bible study Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. A. Copeland, 824 East Eighth South street. Mrs. William R. Richmon will be assisting hostess. Summer Bride Board of directors of the Sarah Daft home will meet at the home Monday at 10 a. m. Mrs. Charles R. Mabey will preside. The Mission circle of the Catholic Woman's league will give a bridge tea Saturday, September 7, at the Newman hall. Mrs. A. Burgess Young is.chairman of the arrangements and will .be assisted by Mrs. John P. Reeves, vice chairman of the circle. Silver Maple circle No. 108 will hold a reunion at Black Rock Monday at 8 p. m. The grand circle album will be presented to the organization by members of the Provo circle. ' The Speech Readers' club \v>M hold an outing at Lagoon Saturday. Members will meet at the lake house at 6:30 p. m., and are asked to bring their refreshments. Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers and the ladies' society will ho!d a card party for members and their friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bain, 1810 Ninth East street, Thursday at 8 p. m. Lybia temple No. 39, Daughters of the Nile, will meet for sewing Tuesday at 9:30 p. m. in the Masonic temple. The arts and crafts section of the Wasatch Literary club will entertain at a 1 o'clock bridge luncheon at the cottage of Mrs. J. R. Clinton in Emigration canyon Friday. Cars will leave the East high school at 11:30 a. m. A special meeting of all members of the Delta Delta Delta sorority will he held on' Tuesday at 7 p. m. at the home of Mrs. R. B. Porter, S21 Twelfth East street. The Ladies auxiliary to the Veteran Volunteer Firemen's association will meet Thursday at 11 a. m. at the hall, 233 Canyon Road for all-day quilting. Mrs. Irving L. Pratt, of American Fork will be the hostess. The Alpha Bridge club will meet Thursday at 1 p. m. with Mrs. Emma Wormuth, 242 Fourth East street. The annual outing of the D. Twelve club will be held Monday at Lagoon at 7 p. m. The club was entertained Thursday by Mrs. Ksnry Miller 571 Center street. Summer flowers decorated the supper table. Bridge was enjoyed during the evening. Members of the Montifiore Sisterhood will hold a supper and card party Sunday, August 25, at 6 p. m. at Community Center. The regular meeting of the Lake Mrs. E. O. Olofson, formerly Miss Anne Barr, whose marriage took place Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Barr. Couples's Troth Announced by Bride's Parents Mr. and Mrs. Leroy G. Dinwoodey, 161 North State street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane, to Robert Roy Hampton Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Roy Hampton, 1205 Second avenue. The marriage will take place early in September. The bride is a former student of the University of Utah and a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mr. Hampton is a graduate of Stanford university and a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity. News of the approaching marriage of the young couple will be read with a great deal of interest by a wide circle of friends, as both are popular in the younger society set. Birthday Fete Mrs. A. F. Selander will entertain Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversary of her daughter, Genevieve, and also in compliment to Mrs. Minnie Cody of Denver, who is a guest at the Selander home. Breeze Improvement society will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Eva L. Jessup, 1859 West First South street. The Past Chiefs' club will hold a picnic luncheon Thursday at 1 p. m. at Liberty park. "Areme 16" club members of Mizpah chapter No. 5, O. E. S., will meet with Miss Ellen Crosley, 574 Wall street. Monday at 8 p. m. The constitution is to be.voted on. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. Doris K. Blampicd. Miss Naomi Kershaw is secretary. Auxiliary Union No. 218 will entertain members of Carpenters Local Union No. 184, at an outing at City Creek canyon Saturday afternoon. •Members are requested to meet at Labor temple 1 at 3 p. m. S. B. A. will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. at K. of P. hall. JTHE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. SUNDAY'MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1935. Many Social Affairs Given For Bride of This Month Miss Jean Anderson, whose marriage to L. Marcus Jensen will take place August 28 in the Salt Lake City L.'D.'S. temple, was the motif of a number of interesting affairs during the week. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eardley entertained at their home on L street honoring the young couple. Thursday evening members of Miss AlftJerson's former primary ... Sunday school class crtterUineci at Dr. "aim Mrs. L. R. cTurLia wiil a miscellaneous shower. arrives in Salt Lake City Saturday Ashton), will entertain at the Ashton home at 2185 East Twenty-first South street., Saturday evening Miss Norma Goddard is to be hostess at a party to be given at the J. Percy Goddard home in Emigration canyon in honor of the bride-elect, who will be the motif at a party to be given by Miss Cora Nelson at her home, 738 South Eighth West street, the following Monday, the members of the Merelyn club to be the guests. Miss Zelda Hedman, Miss Esther Sorenson and Dorothy Bradshaw were hostesses at a dinner party Wednesday evening at the Starlite gardens atop the Hotel Utah. Jvtiss a oridgi Ruth Jones will preside at ge supper Tuesday evening at her home on O street complimenting the bride-to-be. Mr. and Mrs. C. Leland Davey will honor the young couple Thursday evening at n. partj at their homo at 1190 South Eighth West street. Mrs. M. O. Ashton and her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Curtis (Miss Afton from Syracuse, N. Y., to attend'the wedding reception to be given at the Hyrum Jensen home, 2730 Highland drive. Mrs. Curtis is to be the attending matron. Quayle Cannon will also arrive in Salt Lake City this week from Washington, D. C., to be best man at the reception. Other members of the bridal party are Mrs. C. Leland Davcy, sister of the bride-elect, who is to he matron of honor; Miss Lucile Jensen, sister of the bridegroom, who is to be maid of honor, and Miss Cora Nelson, who is to be bridesmaid. Little Miss Gsraidine Rueckcrt will be flower girl. Visitors and Travelers Miss Irene Furness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Furness, with Miss Rhea Wickens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Wickens, will leave during the week for Los Angeles and Catalina island, returning by way of San Francisco. In San Francisco they will be the guests of Mrs. J. H. 'Henderson and Mrs. Gunner Larson, formerly Miss Gail Wickens of this city. Mrs. Paul F. Nolan of Portland. Ore., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. W. A. Pitt. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCarthy, 642 East Second South street, have as their guests Miss Nora Shay of Toledo, Ohio, and Miss Helen Shay of Detroit, and James Shay, an attorney of Detroit. The party is making a tour of the western and southern states and after a visit in Salt Lake City left for Yellowstone national park for a tour before returning to their homes in the east. The Misses Shay are high school teachers. Mrs. A. D. Roes and daughter, Sheila, of New York, have arrived for a visit with Mrs. Roes' mother, Mrs. Wesley Smith. The Rees family has resided in New York for the last two years. 1 Miss DeVeaux Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Jackson, 830 Garfield avenue, has returned home after an extended trip east. While in Boston Miss Jackson was the guest of her cousin, Francis Merrill Findlay, who is a member of the faculty council and head of the music department of the New England Conservatory of Music. She also visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wiederman in New York. Mrs. H. F. Laytcm and son, Herbert F. Layton Jr., of San Francisco, are the guests of Mrs. Layton's parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Alfred Winn, 837 West North Temple street. They arrived to .attend the wedding of Miss Norma Burns and Grant S. Winn. Miss DeVeaux Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Jackson, 830 Garfield avenue, has returned from an extended trip cast. While in Boston Miss Jackson was the guest of her cousin, Francis Merril Fir.dlayi v/ho is a member of the faculty council and head of the music department of the New England Conservatory of Music. She also visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wiederman in New York. THEY KNOW SO WELL THE ALLURE OF BEAUTY OT only in Italy, but all over ; s . Rich, velvety, deeply penetrat- Europe, glamorous women ing . . . but never irritating! say . .. "How any woman be truly alluring, unless face, arms, back— all are satin-smooth?" Their secret of this "all over" beauty can be yours tool Just use PalmoKve, as they* do, for the -v bath, as well as face, "o*"^™ A Sec how this beauty soap . . . Asa matter of fact, it is olive oil, its soft, olive-green color. This very color assures its purity. So keep loveJy "all over" with Palmolive. Use this wonderful soap made with precious olive oil for your complexion and bath. v oec now IBIS ocauty TO KEEP YOUR \ because it is made only with olive Learn for yourself why Palmolive SKIN /!)j/e&fi "'"* P' a l m oils... actually soothes is the favorite beauty soap in /J and beautifies while it. cleanses. Italy, France, Germany and ^/ See how utterly different its lather seven other European countries. THE WORLD OVER more women use PALMOIIVE than any other beauty soap Mrs. A. M, Jackson of Salt Lake City accompanied Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Johnson of Sandy on a recent motor, trip to Logan and Brigham, where they visited friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Carlson of. Spokane, Wash., who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frar-ier W. Talcott for the past several days, left Thursday for San Francisco en route to their home. Miss Dorothy Thompson and Miss Mildred Woltcrs returned from a month's trip in California, where they visited friends and relatives in San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. They also were the guests of Mrs. Roland Wight et Bonsall. Mrs. Wight will be remembered as Miss Wilma Senner of Salt Lake City, former dean of women at the University of Utah. Misn Jewel Pitts has gone to Long Beach, Cal., to visit her aunt, Mrs. Frank M. Prentice, and will also visit her cousin, Mrs. William Ball, at Hamilton field in San Raphael before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. William F. McCrea and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Jensen left Saturday by motor for a.'two weeks' visit in San Francisco and Los Angeles and the beaches of southern California. Richard Cahoon, who is studying law in Washington, D. C., will arrive home Tuesday to spend two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cahoon. Mrs. S. W. Cooke and sons, William and Richard, who have been visiting. Mrs. Cooke's mother, Mrs. Lily C. Wc'lstenholme, for the last two months, returned to her home in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford D. Gygi and Mr. and Mrs. George Z. Aposhian have recently returned from an extensive motor tour of the Pacific coast from Mexico into the Canadian Rockies. They visited Boulder dam, Yosemitc national park and the exposition in San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Packard and children, Russell Almond and Becky Patricia have motored to Seattle and San Francisco for a two weeks' trip. Mrs. R. A. Brower left during the week for Los Angeles where she will continue her musical studies. Miss Ethel Akert and Miss Leone Johnson will return Sunday from an extended trip to California. Miss Mary Joy Hall has returned from a visit of several weeks in Los Angeles and San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Charles Brooks and son, Richard, have returned from a six weeks' tour of Oakland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego and Caiientc. Miss Martha Brooks left Friday for San Francisco and southern California. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks are now .at home to their friends at 767 ginia street. Vir- Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Giles and children, Kenneth and Dixie Rose, and Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Harner returned Wednesday from a two weeks' trip to southern Utah. D 5 To Convention PROVO—Miss Lmiru Mcnscl, who left Timrsilny to attend the national convention of the Phi Delta Pi, national professional fraternity of women physical education majors, hcinjf held at Richfield Springs, N. Y., August 19, 20 and 21. The Thetn chapter of Ithaca ColleKC of Physical Education and the Buffalo aluinnnc chapter are the hostesses. Miss Mensel is a mcmhrir of the Xi chapter of Phi Delta Pi at Rri^huni Youni* university, of which she was president last year. Provo Society, Clubs PROVO—One of the most attractive social events of the season was the reception given for Mr. and Mrs. Tony Madsen (Gladys Fillmore) by the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fillmore, Monday evening. A profusion of flowers decorated the entertaining rooms. In the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Fillmore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Madsen, parents of the groom, the bride and groom, Mrs. Irene Merrill Peterson, who attended the bride. The bride wore a c'.yr. of blue georgette, with n. coj-- sage of blue roses and orange blossoms. Miss Ethel Roundy of Salt Lake City, an unt of the bride, had the program in .charge, which included the following: Piano solo, Miss Francell Christensen; violin solo, Miss Erma Anderson, accompanied by Miss Elva Deimison; vocal solo, "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," Miss Roberta Hindmarsh; reading, Miss Mary Brown; vocal solo, Mrs. Sarah Ramsey, accompanied by Mrs, Zenith Johnson; dance, "Go Into Your Dance," little Betty Jo Smith; solo, Miss Dorothy Merrill. At the close of the program the guests retired to the rose garden, where luncheon was served from a table covered with a handmade lace cloth over pink, centered with a large centerpiece of roses and orange blossoms. At each end of the centerpiece wore silver candlesticks with pink lighted tapers. The color scheme throughout the rooms and rose garden wns pink and white. Varicolored IMits fid spotlights added to the attractive decorative scheme. During the serving of 200 guests, music was given by a string trio. Those who served were: Miss La Verda Roundy, Miss Eloise Ramsey, Miss Leona Johnson, Miss Elvona Barrett and Miss Zelma Madsen. Those in charge of the gift room were: Mrs. Irqnc F. Collins and Mrs. Helen M. Oveson, sisters of the bride and groom, re- spending the summer in, Seattle, Wash., where Mr. Hutchings has been attending summer school. Clivell club members spent a pleasant evening nt the home of Mrs. Lois N. Billings Monday. Social chat, bridge and luncheon were the diversions. Those present were Mrs. Ethel B. Trcgeagle, Mrs. Stella Hill, Mrs. Grace H. Fullmer, Miss Mary Moir, Mrs. Sigrid N. Crandall, Mrs. Lillian M. Young. Mrs. McCene M. Grimmett and Mrs. Irene D. Roberts.' Mrs. Mabel R. Hansen announces the marriage of her daughter, Leona Ferae, to Joseph Woodrow Foust, a son of J. li). Foust. The ceremony was performed in Heber Saturday evening, August 10. The young couple will reside in Provo, spoctivcly. Many were received. beautiful gifts KAYSVILLE—The marriage of Miss Bessie Reeves, daughter of Mrs. Nathan Reeves of Kaysvillc, and John Edward Dahlstrom of Bingham Canyon will be read -with much interest by the many friends of the young couple. The ceremony was performed last Sunday morning by the Rev. John Edward Carver in Ogdcn. Mr. and Mrs. Dahlstrom left immediately after the ceremony for the northwestern states and will be home in Bingham Canyon after September 15. LEHI—Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hansen of Lchi announce the marriage of their daughter, Edith Valine, to Reed Davis of Susanville, Cal. The marriage took piace August 2 in the Logan L. D. (3. temple. They will live in Susanville. MORONI—Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley announce the marriage of their daughter, Thelma, to Thercn Madsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jrfadscn of Spring City, which took place Wednesday. The young couple were honored at a party for 100 guests, given Wcdnesuuy evening hy the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Amos Bradiey. MT. PLEASANT — Announcement is made of the marriage of Mrs. Estella F.' Haslam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. F.. Peterson of this city, to Orval C. Johnson of Ogden. • The marriage took place in Ogden August 0. MT. PLEASANT—The marriage of Miss Betty Clivc of Salt Lake City to Jay Erickscn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Erickscn of this city, was solemnized Monday evening, August 12, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Petersen. They will make their home In Mt. Pleasant. MONTICELLO—Miss Helen Ray of Lockery and Glen Palmer of Blariding were married last Saturday evening at Fruita. Their marriage was celebrated by their entertaining with a wedding dance at the Blanding auditorium on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer arc building a new home in Blamling, where they will make their home. BE A VE R —Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Ruth Hall of Payson and Chcsley Walker, son of Mrs. Mary Walker of Beaver. The wedding took place recently in Payson. They wiiJ reside at Modena. DenvcrHos Visit Maws Mr. and Mrs! L. Will Wclker of Denver, Co!o., were week-end guests of Mrs. C. E. Maw on their way to San Diego exposition. A number of social engagements were enjoyed by the Wellccrs during their short stay in Provo. Couple Home From Trip Completing a delightful 8000-mile auto trip to the eastern states, Mr. and Mrs. Alma Van Wagenen and daughter, Irene, have returned to their home. They motored direct to Chicago nnd also visited in Detroit, spent a day or two in Canada and at Niagara Falls. In Palmyrn. N. Y., they were met b ythe Van Wagenen boys, Frank nnd Dean, who are laboring as missionaries in the eastern states. A week was spent in PA!- myra, during which time they attended the dedication of the monument at Hill Cumorah. Accompanied by the boys, they drove to Ver- r.iont, where the home of Joseph Smith was visited. They motored through the New England states ^o New York,-Pennsylvania, Maryland nnd Virginia, where they visited the- historic home of George Washington on the Potomac. They returned to New York, which is Frank Van Wngcnen's headquarters, nnd to Albany, where Dean is laboring. After leaving the young men, Mr. and Mrs. Van Wagenen and daughter traveled for a week returning to Provo, stopping at the places of interest en route. They have been away five weeks. Forsyth Family Reunion A housewarming of no little interest was that given by Dr. and Mrs. A. Rex Johnson Saturday evening fit their new home on East Fourth North street. Old friends, Dr. and Mrs. Royden Dangerficld of Washington, D. C., were honored guests at the reception, which afforded them opportunity to meet their many Provo friends. Three hundred guests, including faculty members of the B. Y. TJ., where Dr. Johnson is a professor, called during the evening. Just-A-Mere club members enjoyed a delightful no-hostess party at Riverside park Tuesday afternoon. Bridge and luncheon were the diversions. Mrs. Karl Scherer and Mrs. Robert Reid won the high and low favors, respectively. Those present were: Mrs. Doyle Dastrup, Mrs. Harold Mitchell, Mrs. Thomas Hardy, Mrs. Ray Hoover, Mrs. Karl Scherer,- Mrs. H. A. Hansen, Mrs. Leo Parker,- Mrs. Robert Reid, Mrs. J. M. Grover, Mrs. Stanley Bonnett, Mrs. Bernard Jacoby and Mrs. Joseph A. Benson. Californians Feted Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Rasmussen gave a dinner party Tuesday evening at their home, in honor of Mrs. Rasmussen's si.ster nnd brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dcwey (Hilde Rasmussen) and Mr. Dcwcy's daughter, Miss Carol Dewcy of Scin Bernardino, Cal. The affair also honored their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Loman Hutchings (Lenore Rasmussen), who have just arrived from Out for Time Mrs. Elmer O. Leatherwood, who writes The Salt Lake Tribune's Sunday letter from Washington, is now on vacation, and, resultingly, this weekly feature from the national capital will not appear for several weeks. Mrs. Leatherwood will resume her writing for The Tribune in the autumn. Maxine Grimmett, Miss La Rue Startup, Miss Norell Startup, Mra. Bessie VVhiteheau, Mrs. Neva Ford, Mrs. Esther Noulton, Miss Kathryri Mitchell ant! Miss Ruth Menlovc. Luncheon was served during the afternoon. at Geneva Monday proved a delightful event and was enjoyed by 63 family members and friends. J. E. Snydor was in charge of a short program, at which time the following officers were chosen for the ensuing year: Grover Forsyth, president; Roy Harrison, first vice president; Ray Watkins, second vice president; Miss May Forsyth, secretary; J. E. Snyder, Charles Harrison and Earl Footc are the retiring officers. Sports and games were conducted by Mrs. J. E. Nesbit and Ray Watkins. Out of town visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Harrison of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Madsen and Bert Madson of Idaho Falls, Margaret and Harold Forsyth of Price, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas and son, Lloyd, of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Rny Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrison and Miss Mary Harrison of Spanish Fork and Dunne Hnrrjson of Salem. Monday Afternoon Club Meets Mrs. S. P. Eggertsen gave nn interesting report of her trip abroad, at the meeting of the Monday Atter- noon Social club, held at the homo- of Mrs. William Vincent Monday.. Luncheon was served to: Mrs. Parley Olscn, Mrs. Henry Brooke, Mrs. I/. L. Nelson, Mrs. Ole E. Olsen.-Mrs. ". Peter Groneman, Mrs. A. Will Jones, Mrs. John Vincent, Mrs. Alma Bourne, Mrs. Albert Halladay, Mrs. Fred Singleton, Mrs. William Mil- donhall, Mrs. Frank Halladay, Mrs. S. P. Eggertsen and Mrs. Henry Chipman of American Fork. Women of the B.'ineville ward Relief society enjoycc. a lawn party at the home of Mrs. Loin Pearce Tuesday afternoon, the affair being attended by 60 members. Beautiful garden flowurs were arranged about the Inwn in baskets and vases. 'Mrs. J. J. Weight gave a fine rcvisw of the book, "The Man in AVhite," after which Mrs. Sarah J. Ramsey led in community singing. Social chat was enjoyed and tasty refreshments' were served at the conclusion of the program. The residence of Mrs. Jennie K. • Mangum wns the scene of a happy affair Thursday afternoon when the . Nellie Reading club met in its reg- • ular monthly meeting. The program consisted of a book review and music. Refreshments were served to 05 meeting was in the form of an open session and each member invited one guest. One hundred and fifty descendants of the late Joshua Davis held their annual reunion nt Saratoga Sunday of last week. Competitive gnmes were followed by swimming and a program. An elaborate banquet was enjoyed by all. Bern Paulson of Provo was elected president of the family organization for tkc ensuing year. Mrs. Katie P. Mitchell entertained at a delightful lawn party in honor of Mrs. Clyde Dandgren (Zola Martin), who is visiting here from Long Island, N. Y. In attendance were: Mrs. Joseph Martin, Mrs. Annie Petersen, Mrs. Melissa Williams, Mrs. Annie Paxman, Mrs. Mary H--fen, Mrs. Grotta Merrill, Mrs. Lenora Randall, Mrs. Alta Westover, Mrs. Anna Harris, Mrs. Elva Dean, Mrs. Norma Harris, Mrs. Mr. anc 1 Mrs. Arthur N. Taylor • of Provo announce the marriage of •-. .heir daughter, Alice Louise, to El . Floy Nelson, son of Mrs. Adeline-, Mclson of Pleasant Grove, which :ook place. Wednesday in the Salt Lake City L. D. S. temple. The , :ouple are on a motor honeymoon , trip to the southern Utah parks and will go to Troy, N. Y., to make :heir home, where Mr. Nelson is head of the business administra- ,' tion department in the Russell Sage college. Both young people are " graduates of the Brigham. Young 7 university at Provo. The bride is a ' member of the O. S. social unit, .'• and the bridegroom is an Alpha ' Kappa Psi and will receive his Ph. D. from New York university in October. > New Library Books The following book> will be added to the public library Monday* MISCELLANEOUS Architectural Forum—House for modem Botiipmley—Art of home landscape. Busch—Leadership In eroup u'ork. Orosuland & Parrlsh. eels.—Wild life of our world. Eastman—Plus's of American ilfe. Furnrtny—European and American carpets and ruRs. Hobhousc—Fox, ' International Lahor Office—International ahnr orsnnir.ation, Kunlt/—Da\vn over Samarkand. Lctvln—Dynamic theory of personality. . TvOcniirr—Grow faster. Marie of Rumania—Ordeal. Maurnls—Dickens. Palmer & Baldwin—Men and ships of steel. Patterson—Week-end gardening. Plcthorn—Early Tudor Government. Rouliv-Fishes and their ways of life. fitowurt—Fellow creatures. Stlerl—Home craftsman. Wclenll—Life and times or Akhnaton. FICTION Brand—Hunted riders. Bunin—Grammar nf love. Cunnlrisrhnm—Quick triggers. W. P. Murphy, 140 M street. Mr. and Mrs. Pinch have spent six weeks touring the eastern and southern states and will be in Sale Lake City for two months. Mrs. Finch formerly was Miss Wilma Murphy. .1. A. Capnei' and his daughters, Mrs. Leiand S. Capner and Mrs. J. Ray Capner, left Friday for Los Angeles to meet Mrs. J. A. Capner, who has spent the last three months in Honolulu. PAYSON—The marriage of Miss Zola Carter, daughter of Mr. and jMrs. Delberf. Carter, and La Var of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur! piace Monday. The cere- ony was performeri by W. A. Me- Clellan of the First L. D. S. ward at • the Noon residence. Monday evening the young couple were honored guests at a wedding reception given in the Second ward recreation hall. Two hundred and fifty guests were in attendance. Dancing was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Noon will reside in Payson. PAYSON—Mr. nnd Mrs. William IConllmifcI on Pare B D) Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Price and children, Mary Jane and Harold W. Jr., left during the week for an extended motor trip through the the Pacific iiui lowest and along coast. Mis.s Edith Beless and Miss Ruth Belcss have returned from a visit of several weeks in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hamilton have as their guests in the Bransford apartments Mrs. Hamilton's niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bankofier of Reno, Nev. Mrs. Catherine Marsh of Alameda r Cal., formerly of Salt Lake City, visited Saturday and Sunday, in Salt, Lake City with her sister, Mrs. E. W. Bowland of Porto Rico, who is visiting here with her husband and daughter. Morris Durrani, and Reed Tud- denhnm left during the week for Berkeley, Cal., where (hey will attend school at the University of California during the ensuing year. Miss Edna Durrani returned during the week from a two months' cruise of the Caribbean sea, visiting the British West Indies and several South American ports. Miss Margaret Cornwall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Spencer Cornwall, has left for Phoenix, Ariz., where one will spend the rest of the summer as the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Claude C. Cornwall. Mrs. Cornwall formerly was Miss Evelyn Thurston ot Salt Lake City. Mrs. George A. Robbins, 330 First avenue, left during the week for an extended visit to Los Angeles, San Francisco. Ran Diego and the southern beaches. 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