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• D Old Timers' Club Will Give Dinner The first party of the season to be given by the ladies' auxiliary to Union Pacific Old Timers' club No. 12, will be a dinner to be held at the Elks club on Saturday evening. A musical program and cards will follow. Husbands of the members will toe special guests. Mrs. H. O. Williams is in charge <!f the arrangements, and will be assisted by the following committees: Mrs. H. J. Plumhof, Mrs. A. W. Lee Mrs. J. S. Hibbert and Mrs. H. A Erdman, cards; Mrs. A. F Barker, Mrs. D. F. Brown, prizes; Mrs. George E. Rossiter, Mrs. R. B Baird, entertainment; Mrs. Randal' Jones, Mrs. Harry Logan and Mrs A. R. Stout, decorations; Mrs. J. G. Riser, toastmistress. The reception committee will include the ensuing year's officers as follows: Mrs. Charles I. Hemstreet, president; Mrs. H. O. Williams, vice president; Mrs. Clifford Sadler, secretary; Mrs. Fred E. Lamb, treasurer. Board members include Mrs A. R. Stout, chairman; Mrs. Thomas Holding, Mrs. H. T. Farmer, Mrs, F. C. Sullivan, Mrs. W. T. Mulloy and Mrs. J. G. Riser. Reservations may be made with Mrs. A. E. Barker, Mrs. Harry Lo- tfan, Mrs. H. A. Erdman or Mrs. H. O. Williams. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNINO, SEPTEMBER 20, 1936. Group Heads Civic Center News Opening the fall term at the Civic Center Monday, vocational, cultural and homemaking classes will be held at the center from 10 a. m. until 9' p. m. daily. Special classes (for the business girls will be held in the evening. Mrs. Ardelle Irvine McGinn has outlined a practical course in the "hobby typewriting" class for club- women. Women with portables are invited to attend this class, which meects Mondny afternoon from 2 to 4 p. m. nnd Thursday from 2 to 4 p. m. Letter writing and business English will be part of this course. Mrs. E. E. Corfman will give a 12 weeks' course in parliamentary practice. This course will include methods of nominating, modes of election, forms of ballots, reports of tellers and the tally sheet. Forms of public speaking, impromptu, extemporaneous, prepared formal contest debates, set speeches and rules of debate will be given. Typed outlines will be fyrnished for Btudy. Mrs. Eunice Miles will conduct a class in public speaking which will enable women to acquire poise, to overcome fear and self-consciousness. Mrs. Miles has had wide ex? perience in and out of the state, and during the last four years has, in connection with Civic Center, conducted classes in rhythmic health work for women. A class in elementary principles of landscape and still life painting will be held on Saturday from 2 to 4 p. m., with Mrs. Viola Curtis as teacher. She will also have classes in wood fiber flower making on Wednesday from 10 a. m. to 12 noon. Mrs. Harry Knight will offer a Class in knitting and crocheting Wednesday, from 7 to 9 p. m. Tap dancing classes will be hald Thursday, from 6 to 7 p. m., for the adults, and on Saturday from 10 a, m. to 12 noon for childen. Miss Betty Hall is the instructor. The opening bridge classes will the held Tuesday, from 10 a. m. to 12 noon, and from 7 to 0 p. m. Mrs. W. H. Dalgliesh will welcome beginners in these classes. Mrs. Blanch Conclie will help young mothers with general home sewing problems, giving attention to children's sewing on Wednesday from 2 to 4 p. m. The hook reviews will bo resumed October 2. MM. Ve.sta P. Crawford will review the following books: October 2. "A Woman's Best Years " toy Dr. W. D. Wolfe; October 16, "Wake Up and Live." by Dorothy Brande, and October n, "Gone With the Wind," by Margaret "Mitchell. Mrs. Charles I, Hiimtrciit, ii|>per, president of the Indies' auxiliary to the. Union Pacific Olil- limcrs' club No. 12. Mrs. II. O. Williams, lower, who will he in charge of tho. iirrniij>cmo»its for a party to be given hy tin- organization Saturday ut tho. Elks club. School News and Views Teachers "Welcomed, Changes Reported JEFFERSON SCHOOL—The pupils of Jefferson were very glad to get back to work. The .school building- and grounds looked nice and clean. There have been some ihanges among the teachers. Miss Frieda Empey i.s tenching in the upper grades. This helps us to have a full-time library. Miss Srace Evnlis become Mrs. Martin Fernstrom this summer, nnri Miss Hazel Monay is taking her place. Miss Margaret Tanner and Miss Margaret Schoficld have been added to the teaching staff. Miss June Oler is assisting Mr. Dan Baker in the office. We shall miss the teachers who have left us, but know we shall like the new ones, whom, we welcome to our school. All of the teachers report a busy summer and many have taken trips. Miss Katherine Miers visited Mirror lake; Mis.s Fern Cox went to California arul to Yellowstone Park; Miss Freida Empcy spent some time on a. ranch, enjoying long horseback rides, and Mrs. Terrsn Buston took a "-OOO-milo trip through eastern ami southern .states, spending a month in New York City. find taking a cruise to the Bermuda tslands. The first meeting of the student council was lie id Tuesday. Representatives from each room make Jp the council. The; members have rrndges and hiive elected tho following officer.-:: Bt'.s.sie Jenkins, president; Beryl Lee, vice president; Virginia Erdm.-tn, .seoret;u-y; Wallace Sudbury and Eva Spangen- nerg, artists. Women's Glub News W. B. A. No. 11, Westway club, will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Jennie Enos, 423 North Tenth West street. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Mary Erickson and Mrs. E. Isabelle. G. I. A. No. 583 will meet Wednesday at the I. O. O. F. hall. The .St. Mark's hospital charity association will meet Friday at the nurses' home. The Ulna club entertained at a dancing party at Starlite Gardens at the Hotel Utah last Tuesday evening. Twelve members and guests were present. Mrs. Reba Bown entertained at a luncheon Wednesday at her home, 530 Wood avenue, for members of tbe D. D. club. The game of "500" followed luncheon. Camp 14, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, will meet Friday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. George A. Rossiter, 508 Center street. Silver Maple circle No. 108, Neighbors of Woodcraft drill team, will give a public card party Monday at 8:30 p. m. at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mountain hive No. 27, Ladies of the Maccabees, will meet Monday at S p. m. at Moose hall. Auxiliary to the Salt Lake County Medical society will meet Monday at 1 p. m. at the Hotel Utah roof garden. Mrs. Claude Shields will sing a number of Chinese songs in costume and a talk, "Self Diagnosis," will be given by Mrs. F. R. Slopanski. Mrs. Leslie Paul will report the recent medical convention. Salt Lake Valley camp No. 3072, R. N. A., will give a public card party on Friday at 2 p. m. at Moose hull. The camp will hold its monthly birthday party Friday at 8 p. m., with Mrs. Ethel Jones, 1403 Stratford avenue, The ladles' auxiliary to the Meat Cutters' local, No. 537, will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. at the labor temple. Mrs. Glen Wentworth and Mrs. J. Berger will be the hostess.es. Pythian Sisters will start a new series of public- card parties Tuesday nt 2 p. m. at K. P. hall. The Alpha Bridge club will meet witli Mrs. Emma Wormuth, 242 Fourth East street, Thursday at 1 !>. rn. The sewing section of Sego Lily division No. ISO will meet Monday nt 1 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Bessie Bell, 2504 Seventh East street. Utah Alpha and Beta Gamma chapters of the Delta Thcta Chi sorority will meet Monday at 8 p. m. nt the Newhouse hotel. Mrs. Ethel Kirkham will bo in charge of the program. The two presidents of the organizations will be in charge of the meeting. The Dorcas society of the First Presbyterian church will meet on Thursday at 2 p. m. nt 1357 Thornton avenue. The hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Ralph Beaver, Mrs. E. P. Anderson, Mrs. R. L. Arnold, Mr». E. H. Schraga and Mrs. O. R. Wells. A talk on "Fashion Notes" will be given by Mrs. Clara Clawson. The membership committee of the Catholic Woman's league will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. E. A. Leupold, 1417 Michigan av- \\Ve ...^^•^••^PlMI^^ />> *«• ssss^Sfrssss covM-:;A sVW- ^r^^n^^e^cvw-^ ^c^ t ^^H^si ^5^^^^Si "• •c^y ."Wec^ ^« t^ — vc^' The regular meeting of the Phi Delta Theta mothers' club will be held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. M. Nesbitt, 1716 Harvard avenue. Luncheon will be served at I p. m. Assisting hostesses for the dny will be Mrs. Frank M. Allen. Mrs. E. H. Berg nnd Mrs. Ray L. Done. Wasatch grove No. 1, Supreme fore.st. Woodman Circle, will hold its regular card party Monday at 2:ir> p. m. iit 323',4 South State street. The Sequoia sewing circle of that section will meet at the home of Mrs. Susie Ellison. 1209 Indiana avenue, Tuesday nt J p. m. The section will hold its regular meeting Monday at 8 p. m. at ,12.'! 1-2 South State street. W. B. A. No. 11, Westway club, will me ft at the home of Mrs. Jennie Kino.i, 423 North Tenth West street, Thursday at 8 p. m. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Mary Flrickson and Mrs. E. Isabelle. The Daughters of tlie Union Veterans of the Civil War will hold their regular meeting Monday at 2 p. m. nt the Moose hall. The Heather Sewing club will .meet nt the home of Mrs. J. B. Gallagher. 1565 Ninth East street, on Wednesday. The first section of the Women's Guild of St. Mark's cathedral will i,'ive a bridge luncheon Tuesday in the guild rooms of the cathedral. Reservations can be made with Mrs. Frank A. Rank. Ne\v Library Books The following books will he iridecl to the pulilh- library Momlriy MISC'KI.I.A N'EOUS Allen- -Hon*f! of Cuotlyear. Kon.sley—Michigan. BI.-u-U anil Atkins --Upward T.ooK JJfjrki'iiau— ParL'tn C!e:idi'HinK Health Chills F.illt --Racnc-l the Imr-nnrist. Knstcr -Birds amt nird Cluhs. fiotrlr.rer Brahms. Jrtrli.tnii -Mrxlrim Intnrilirlr. L,-*lnjirrUr~ -:ui..<>,-/nn.-> Tomorrniv. ^^^nllo She- Strive? ID Cnnrnicr. Rcnli-r Rotir>|.i.Tri' Finders -Trrr Klowcr.i of Forent, Park a:id Hlrri". Mho!well On the Rim r,r the AtHMH. Hternhcwr- liupromr Cansp. Taylor Odv-s.-ry of thi- Islands Thlrk-ll Trilmtf for Harm-tie Unfermnyer, <•>!.-—Modern American Poetry. Wolf -r.reciii-r ruptures Tlnrako-noroaky Art of Ches« Comlil- nat ioug FJCTTON Flnncy—Circus of Dr. Lfto. H.lnr.nck- G.iy Prct<!:ldiilK. K!:>K- Cane at the Constant Gorl. IV'jip sentence of Youth. F'rlrslley-—They U'nlk In the City : : i>."-.-i;.' f-rcencRtes. SI !j:er --Brother; 1 A.iriU<-rm7f Thompson Who Killed Stella rutneroy? Troth Is Told Forbes-Brodricic ALPINE—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Forbes of Alpine announce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth, to Arthur H. Brodrick of Emery. The marriage will take place Thursday in the Salt Lake City L. D. S. temple. A reception in honor of the couple will be given Friday in .the Alpine gymnasium ballroom. The couple will make their home in Emery. Okey-DaMe AMERICAN FORK—The marriage of their daughter, Helen, to Stanford Dahle of Lehi is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Okey of American Fork. Mr. Dahle is a son of Mrs. Karin Turner of Lehi. A house party was given Thursday night at the Okey home. There were 30 guests. In honor of Mrs. Dahle, 12 of her girl friends were entertained Wed-' neaday night at the home of Miss Jean Parker. HYRUM—Miss Virginia Kutton, daughter of Mrs. Irene Hutton, wlio.sn omjuKrinRnt to Clifford J. St:mffer, son of Henry A. Stauffor of Mriulon, is announced. Monday Bride Weddings in the State Anderson-Johnson SPANISH FORK—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Anderson of Spanish Fork announce the marriage of their daughter, Fern, to Leslie A. Johnson of Spanish Fork. The marriage took place Wednesday ip the Salt Lake City L. D. S. temple. A reception was given in their honor Wednesday evening at Spanish Fork. Dug gins-Lowery GUNNISON—Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Duggins announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss June Duggins, to Wen del Lowery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Lowery of Manti, which took place at Provo Thursday, September 17. Several entertainments and showers have been held in their honor. The Misses Mildred Baker and Helen Farr entertained at the home of Mr. aVid Mrs. A. M. Peterson Tuesday evening and Mrs. Waldo Villard and Mrs. S. J. Duggins entertained at the Duggins home Wednesday evening. .They will make Manti their home for the present. Hansen-Thomas MT. PLEASANT—The marriage of Miss Jessie Hansen, daughter of Mr. anc) Mrs. John H. Hansen, to Melvin Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas of Wales, was solemnized in the Manti L. D. S. temple Wednesday, with Robert D. Young, president of the temple, officiating. Immediately following the ceremony a dinner honoring the young couple was given by the bridegroom's aunt, Mrs. Isabel Shand, at her home in Manti. The bride wore a gown of white chiffon velvet with silver accessories. Tuesday evening the bridegroom's parents entertained the family and close friends of the young couple at a dinner at their home :n Wales. They will make their home at Rolapp. Bagnall-Nyberg CHESTER—Mr. and Mrs Joseph F. Bagnall announce the marriage of their daughter, Jean, to Wallace Nyberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Nyberg of Spring City. The marriage was solenrinized on Wednesday at the home of the bride's parents, with Mr. Bagnall, bishop of the Chester L. D. S. ward, officiating. The young bride has been honored at several parties and showers during the two weeks preceding her marriage. They will make their home in Salt Lake City. s^ssspsssBsssm^ „ NEPHI — Mrs. Ralph Mcrritt Christison, formerly Miss Aline Ellison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Ellison, whose murriago took place Monday. Tasty Crabmeat Concoction Has Husband App eal Husbands cion't like the sort of thing you serve the bridge club, but, then, neither does the bridge club, and just because your man prefers beefsteak to fruit cup or banana salad is no reason for jumping to the conclusion that he would not relish a little originality. The first American recipe for ice cream is in the handwriting of the third president of the United States, and Daniel Webster went to market every day of his life. Here is an unusual recipe which is tasty and different: Cream together two tablespoonfuls of butter with three tablc.spoon- fuls of flour. Pour onto this one quart of boiling milk and put over the fire in a double boiler, stirring while the following ingredients are added: Th-o finely chopped hard boiled eggs, grated rind of two lemons, one tablespoon Worcestershire sauce and half a pound of crabmeat. Allow to thicken nnd just before taking from the fire add one-half cupful of sherry wine and salt and pepper to Uiste. Hansen-Simmons PAYSON—Mr. and Mrs. James Hansen announce the marriage of | their daughter, Roma, to Dean Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simmons. A large wedding reception in honor of the couple was given Monday night at Arrowhead by Mr. and Mrs. Hansen. The bride was attended by Miss June Okelberry and Miss Dawna Johnson and James Hansen Jr. was the best man. The bridal party was assisted in receiving the guests by Mr. and Mrs. Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Simmons. The bride's gown was of pale green transparent velvet and she carried a bridal bouquet of pink roses and white sweet peas, tied with pink maline. Miss Okelberry was in blue chiffon and Miss Johnson wore pink. Their bouquets were pink roses, tied with silver ribbons. A group of young girls served and were in charge of the gifts. Dancing was enjoyed. The bridegroom is a graduate of Brigham Young university, where he was prominent in athletics. They will reside in Payson. Beaumann-rvladsen MT. PLEASANT—Announcement is made, of the marriage of Miss Thelma Bcaumann to Dr. George Bertram Madsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Madsen of this city. The marriage took place Tuesday in Salt Lake City. The bride is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Beaumarm. She is a graduate of Wasateh academy and a former student of the University of Utah. She is a member of the Junior Literary club and has been active in musical circles. Dr. Madsen is a graduate of the University of Utah and the University of Louisville, Ky. They will make their home in Mt. Pleasant. Swalberg-Ogden RICHFIELD—Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Swaiberg of Marys vale announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Phyllis Swaiberg, to Keith M. Ogden. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Ogden of Richfield, which took place September 8 at the home of the bridegroom's parents. Enoch R. Larsen performed the ceremony. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents for members of the two families and a few intimate guests. They will make their home at Marysvale. Honoring the bride, Mrs. Joseph M. Ogden entertained 25 relatives and friends at a miscellaneous shower at her home Monday afternoon. Borgqulst-Beebe RICHFIELD—The engagement of Christine Borgquist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Borgquist, to Claude R. Beebe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beebe of Green River, is announced. The marriage will take place in the late spring. Miss Borgquist recently was graduated from Occidental college at Los Angeles. Mr. Beebe is a graduate of the engineering department of the University of Utah. Smith-Draper MORONI — Announcement is made of the marriage in Salt Lake City Friday of Retta Graham Smith of Salt Lake C!:y to Fenton Thomas Draper of Moroni. Barlocker-Hall ENTERPRISE — Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Norn Barlocker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barlocker. and Dcward Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hall. The marriage took place September 9 in the St. George L. D. S. temple, and a wedding reception was held in honor of the popular young couple September 10 in the ward hall. Nearly 200 were in attendance. Lane-Bufters MORGAN—The marriage of Miss Joan Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lane of Preston, Idaho, and Harry Butters, son of County Justice of the Peace Thomas W. Butters and Mrs. Butters, was solemnized Tuesday evening at the home of the bridegroom's parents in Morgan. The ceremony was performed hy the father of the bridegroom. The young couple will make their home in Preston. Hutton-Stauffer HYRUM-—Mrs. Irene Hutton announces the engagement of her daughter, Virginia, to Clifford J. Stauffer, son of Henry A. Stauffer of Mendon. The marriage will take place in the Logan L. D. S. temple September 22. Miss Hutton Is a graduate of the South Cache high school anil a .student at the Utah State Agricultural college. She is one of Hyrum's most popular young ladies. Mr. Stauffer is a graduate of the University of Idaho and is a registered pharmacist. Miss Hutton was entertained Thursday by Miss Katherine Adams. Following the wedding, the couple will leave on a short motor trip through southern Utah, and will be at home in Hyrum a week later. DKAPER—Mrs. Lloyd Uawson, formerly Miss Luella Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Jnlmson. The marriage of Mists Johnson nn<T Mr. Lloyd, who in of Sumly, took place September II in the Salt Luke 1,. D. S. tomplo. Ellison-Christison NEPHI—Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Aline Ellison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Ellison of Nephi, to Ralph Merritt Christison, son of Mrs. Mabel D. Christison, also of Nephi. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride Monday at 7:30 p. in,., in the presence of members of both families. P. B. Cowan of the Nephi L. D. S. South ward officiated. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served, after which the young couple left for a trip to the parks of southern Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Christison will make their home in Nephi. Park-Crump SANDY"—The marriage of Miss Althea Park, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Park of Sandy and Howard Crump, son of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Crump of Bluffdnlc, took place Friday in the Salt Lake City L. D. S. temple. A wedding party honoring the young couple will be given by the parents of the bride next Friday evening at the Sandy recreation -hall. Miss Naomi Park and Miss Marjorie Meyers entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Miss Meyers in Sandy recently in honor of the bride. Johnson-Rawson DRAPER—Mr. and Mrs. N. M Johnson announce the marriage of their daughter, Luella, to Lloyd Raw.son of Sandy. The marriage took place September 1 in the Salt Lake City L. D. S. temple. Barton-Skougard PARAGONAH — Mr. and Mrs. John C. Barton of Paragonnh announce the marriage of their daughter, Eunice, to Carl B. Skougard. son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Skou- gard of Parowan. The marriage took place at the home of the bride on September It. The ceremony was performed by K. DeSraw-McKee SPANISH FORK--Mrs. Stella Do- Graw announces the engagement of her daughter, Vera, to Bert McKee. son of Mrs. Agnes McKcc of Springville. The marriage will ta'.vc place October 3. Idaho Bride IDAHO FALI.S, Idaho—Mrs. Donald Crockett, formerly Miss Mary McClellnn, whose marriage ,to Donald Crockett of Moiitpelicr took place September (i. Doyle Robinson and was followed by a reception in the evening. The young couple will make their home in Parowan. Idaho Couple Wed, Will Live Park City Atkins-Holyoak PARAGONAH—Nelson Holyoak of -Paragonah announces the marriage of his son. Thomas, to Thelma Atkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Atkins of Beaver, which took place Tuesday. The young couple will reside at Beaver. in IDAHO FALLS—Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Shepherd, 444 G street, announce the marriage of their sister. Miss Mary McClellan, to Donald Crockett of Mentpelier. The ceremony was performed September 6 at the Hotel Bonnevilie with John Homer officiating. ' The bride was very smart In a white suit worn with a black blouse and black accessories with A corsage of red roses. Miss Mary Peterson of Logan, her attendant, wore a tailored frock of black trimmed with coral and white. A corsage of coral and white gladioli accented the bright note. Elmer Krogne acted as best man for the bridegroom. A wedding luncheon followed the ceremony at the hotel for members of the two families and close friends of the young couple. The banquet hall was decorated with palms and multicolored gladioli and garden, flowers. A white grass linen cloth covered the table. Low bowls of pink sweetpeas and roses decorated either end of the table which was centered with a pink and white wadding cake. Immediately after the luncheon the young couple left on a honeymoon trip. They will maka their home in Park City, Utah. The bride was a student at the Utah State Agricultural college, where she was a member of the Chi Omega sorority and of the Spurs club. The bridegroom was graduated from. the Utah State Agricultural college. Moran-Finch SPANISH FORK — Mrs. Annie Mornn announces the marriage of her daughter, Annie, to George Finch. The marriage was solemnized Saturday evening at the home of the bride. H. Eugene Hughes officiated. Immediate relatives and a few close friends were present. Anderson-Johnson SPANISH FORK—Announcement is made of the marriage of Leslie A. Johnson and Miss Lorena Anderson, both of Spanish Fork. ' Taylor-Thomas SPANISH FORK—Mrs. Charles S. Taylor announces the marriage of her daughter, Bethel, to David W. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. David G. Thomas. The marriage was solemnized Friday. Miner-Kohler MAGNA—Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Miner announce the engagement of their daughter, Bernice, to E. Carl Kohler, son of Simeon Kohler of Providence. The marriage will take place late in September in the Salt Lake L. D. S. temple. Loveridge-Lambson SPRINGVILLE — Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Beth Loveridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Loveridge of this city, to Owen Lambson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Lambson, also of Springville, which took place Monday at the home of the bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grant. The ceremony was performed by A. W. Cherrington, former First L. D. S. Ward bishop. Immediately after the ceremony a reception was given by the bride's parents, with approximately 75 immediate family members and close friends in attendance. Miss Eva Starr acted as maid of honor and Richard Loveridge, brother of the bride, was best man. An entertaining' program was given during the evening, with a vocal dviet by the Misses Eva and Edna Starr; violin solo, Miss Phyllis Smart; reading, Lucille Thorpe; cornet solo, Richard Loveridge; reading, Miss Delia Baxter; piano solo, Mrs. Mary Bird; reading, Miss Dama Grant. The entertaining rooms w<?re decorated with a profusion of fall flowers. At the close of the reception refreshments were served. Mrs. Lambson was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Miss Dama Grant Wednesday night, given by members of the Boosters' club and friends. The TICW scientific treatment (or the hair and sc.ilp. • STIM cures dandruff! • STIM for dry brittle hair! • STIM scalp treatment with Sli;nnpoo and drlcil.. S «25 SPARKLE SHEEN For hr.intifnl Blossy waves normalizes dry, snarly hair— application ~" V BEAUTY * SALON UTAH'S LARGEST IVas. 920. . 42 F.. Broadwfty« Com[nj;--neauty Bath for Milady Watch for H! Games and luncheon featured the entertainment. Miss Pauline Clyde will be hostess at an informal social at her home Sunday in honor of Mrs. Lambson. Invitations have been issued to about 20 club members and friends to attend. Zabriskie-Maddox SPRINGVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Alva Zabriskie of Soldier Summit, formerly of this city, announce the marriage of their daughter, Loraine, to James H. Maddox of Soldier Summit, which took place in June. The young couple are at home at Kenilworth. Rothwell-Maynard SPRINGVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. James Rothwell of this city announce the marriage of their daughter, LaNell, to Cecil J. Maynard of Arco, Idaho, which took place Monday in the Salt Lake City L. D. S. temple. In honor of the couple a wedding reception was given by the parents of the bride at their home here Tuesday night. A program of games, followed by a luncheon, featured the occasion, with about 40 immediate family members and close friends in attendance. The young couple will make their home in Arco, Idaho. Coleman-Jackson LEHI—A beautifully arranged wedding reception of early fall was that given Friday evening in the Lehi L. D. S. Fifth ward chapel in honor of the marriage of Miss (Continued on Page 11-D) NOTICE ' A N AGREEMENT was en'* tered into on June 17, 1936, between the heirs of the late Charles Allcott of the Qualtrough-Allcott Co., who died April 15,, 1936, and Elmer M. Qualtrough, whereby the heirs were to deliver to Elmer M. Qualtrough the unincumbered interest of the late Charles Allcott in the partnership. This agreement was consummated on the 15th day of September, 1936, by tho cashing of Mr. Qualtrough's certified check dated June 17, 1936. This now puts Elmer M. 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