The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on December 17, 1933 · Page 14
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14 S i ' A N SUNHA V CAST TO REPEAT DRAMA DURING WEEK IN MORGAN MORGAN, Dec. 16--The Milton Ward Dramatic club presented the play "The Path Across the Hill" to a well fined bouse at the Milton ward amusement hall Wednesday svening. The oast 'included the following Y. L. M. I. A. members, Homor Nelson, Bernice littlefieW, Marie Johnson. Earl Meacham, Carl Nelson, Norine Randall, Mary Nelson, Sari Mecham, Clifford Spendlove. The cast will present the same play throughout the stake during the -week. Hugo Olsen, of Peterson, was operated on at the Dee hospital and is doing well. Mr. Olsen is the son of Mr .and Mrs, aeto- faardt Olsen. Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Williams were Salt Lake City visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Ernest Brain- well ol Salt Late City were dinner guests oi Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Geary Wednesday.. -Mr. Bramwell is acting L. D. S. church Commissioner of Education and visited the L. D. S. seminary here. John C. Davis, Ofden attorney, was a Morgan Visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Taggart, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Francis were in attedance at the funeral of Mrs. Taggart oi Salt Lake beld Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Coridie of Ogden spent fine day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Theron Taggart. Mrs. George Eobison was a week-end visitor at Logan as the guest -of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lundberg. While in Logan she attended the college play, "Counsellors of Law" IB which Miss Chloe Robison takes a leading role. · Miss Bobison is a freshman at the college this year. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bawle announce the arrival of a girl at their home Saturday. Burke Fry, . with Howard Law were named as Rhodes scholar candidates to Oxford .university from, the Utah State Agricultural college. Mr. Fry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. · Fry, formerly of Morgan. Jack Francis arrived .home from Sen Francisco- where he spent the past three months as the guest of his brothers. · Mrs. Harry Marioneau, of San Francisco, is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Francis. Mrs. A. Williams spent .two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James .Haray. has returned to her home, Point oi Rock, Wyoming, where Mr. Williams is employed by the XI. P. railroad. Glen Olsen, son of Mrs. Agnes Olsen, of Preston, who is employed as an officer of the C.C.C. encampment in southern rjtab was visiting with his mother last week several days. Lemuel Toone, of Croyden, and Mrs. W. H. Mason, who has been the guest of her sister, Mis. W. E. Criddle, the past summer, were married in 'Coal- vflle Friday., December s. They were honored at a wedding dinner at the home of Mrs- Mason's sister, Mrs. Clara Steed. of Fanrdhgton. Special guests were' Mr.' and Mrs. W. E. Criddle and family. · Keith Mecham,- little son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mecham, broke his arm, the second break in -the same arm in the past .month.. He is attended by Dr. E. M. Abbott. Mr. and Mrs. H. Klenkle and Mr. and Mrs. B'. Eckraad. of Salt Lake City, were guests at the 'home of B. M. Anderson here on.Sunday, Victor Nelson, of Milton, and Miss Helene Patch -of the same place, were married .Wednesday in Ogden. A no-hostess party was given at the.home of Mrs. Dr. Mc- Kirmon Monday. The evening was spent at bridge- games and a. dainty lunch was served on small tables to the following: Mrs. Harold Guild, Mrs. Wesley Schaub, Mrs. Rulon Scott, Mrs. Victor Shaw, Mrs. Lula UMch, Mrs. Peter -Evans, Mrs. Louis, Christensen, Mrs. Dale Hngree, Mrs, Robert Miles, Mrs. H, Pratt Wright, 'and Mrs. H. Neely of Ogden. Miss LaMar Criddle spent a few days at the oiae of her -parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Criddle. . A dancing party was given at' the Devil's Slide amusement hail Saturday - .evening to the following guests: Mr. and,Mrs. Waiter OTrich, Mr. and Mrs. L. Bell, Mr., and Mrs. · Everett Rygar, Mr. and UTS. Wililam Redden. Mr. and Mrs. Russel ·Cai-ri- gan, Mr. and Mrs. Wllalrd Nelson, Mr. -'and Mrs. Newton Toone. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wright, Joe Williams, Vance Heiner, Robert Campbell, Dee ·Williams, Everett .Robison, William Wildes. Merril Redden, Dean Butters, James Cornell, Reynolds Blackington, Lloyd Richards, Bert Robison, Cyril Richards, Joe · Toone, Harry Robison, Eddie Toone, Derlin Redden, Paye Williams, Afton Shand, Kathren Hopkins, Es- ttier^ 'Hopkins, Nida Taggart, _ Deone Richards, DeJla Nelson, Josephine Hall, Wanda 'Anderson, Valintine Parkinson, Florence- Wililams, Martha Rich, Leone Sommers, Fay Nelson, Mr. :ead Mrs: Lester Francis, Mtes Echo Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Malan,_ of Ogden. were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Criddle Monday. C. R. Richards, Morgan county agent of agriculture, Morgan Davies, Amos Btoghatn. Joseph Recce Jr.. all representing leaders of the future fanners of Morgan county, have returned to their booties after spending two weeks In" Logan. They attended a special training school for then-'duties. They, will be county leader? for the different boys' clubs of future farmers throughout Morgan county in the corning year's work. --M- . BANKNOTE FOUND ALBtJQUERQUE, Dec. 16--(AP) --Perhaps it's an indication Che depression is over and heads are up again though .there were .those who said probably people had · forgotten the appearance of money. Anyway, mariy postoffice patrons walked past a banknote lying on the floor of Che office today. Assistant Postmaster Don D. EtcheUs spotted the bill and unless the owner can identify it in some way, there's going to be a bigger and better -Christmas in the Etch'eUs home. Woman Writer Dies In Hollywood Home HOLLYWOOD, . Dec. 16.--AP-Mrs. Idah McGlone Gibson, noted newspaper syndicate writer and widow of Henry Gibson, magazine publisher and editor, died at her Hollywood -home late today' after a lingering illness. Mrs. Gibson, writer" of the first syndicated story ever published in a newspaper in tills country, was a member of the Toledo Blade editorial stiaff many years. She became widely 'known for her theatrical criticisms.' Later she worked for the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Evening' Herald and Newspaper En-, terprise association. Woman Stabs Girl And Self To Death SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. IS.--(AP) --Motivated by What physicians said was a sudden fit of insanity, Mrs. Ruth Anderson, 32, fatally stabbed DECEMBER 17, 1033. Farm Prices Drop To October Level WASHINGTON, Dec. 16.--(AP)-The bureau ol agricultural economics said today that farm produce prices, after advancing during November, declined again during the first week of December to the October level of 70 per cent of the prewar average but show promise of climbing again about January i. The bureau reported that prices of wheat, cotton, eggs -and hogs were lower early this month than a month previous while flue-cured tobacco was considerably higher and apples, potatoes, corn, lambs and t few other products were Improved. .The optimistic not.- on price improvements late this montJi waa based, the bureau said, on the financial and busienss Outlook, together with prospective smaller supplies of livestock, a butcher knife and then killed herself with the same weapon. Caxl Anderson, fas imsband *nd father, came home to find Mrs. Anderson dead and the iittle girl dy- He said the girl had been lil. her sleeping daughter Ruth, 6, with Unique gif t bargains and practical suggestions for Hie holiday season are to be found in the advertisements on this page. SHOP EARLY. FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS PAY FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS Te«, a null dam payment wfB fcoM ..M? anr ISM PH1IXX for Christmas Delivery. P*7 the balance Best yew --oa ti* eaneot of terns! Come ia-- inspect the new nedefe--vote PHILCO'S im»?"T BBperiority ia tone and performance *ad y*« vSl tawr why PHBLCO owtselto aB often! Take advantage of the special trade-in allowance now! Offer Eafls 9 F. M. Saturday, Bee. 23rd See and Hear the New Phiko-~3rd Floor WWLCO TIES GRAYCO Ties End-Lock Construction _ arts -· Men's ShavJi-g "Sets -Billfolds Cigarette Cases Ladies' Toilet Sets Leather Hand Bags Stationery · Waterman Fountain Pens SHUPI-WILklAM'S 1-lb, 2-lfo., 3-lb., 5-lb. 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