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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 August 1920

SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 14, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 It i A FOR SALE II Rai Estate W nv OWNfR- Vo'Urn wll built H home In hslt location In Hfr. H S,ii'Mr to miik four mlt ancrt H ni'Ms. NO Twrnt) fourih Ihon LrM H Rl 7. t -, r.r H Reel ntte tnans Irarjmrv H n opportunity to rt posse ton ( flr B rw.cn modern I'rlrk hmjralow. situated H with east front on Hrrton tirnrat l.irr H room, rwautlful flrplc. built In china H n.Ui I-illt In wsh tuba lt H SxlSJ Lawns, flower and nw rhlck-n LWM run This la a ml liarraln. Trie I6JO M ,"( room atru II mMrm brick b-inc . H low on banch. Home u in excellent 'on dltlon. Large lot. m-wr rams, lawn and i good shd. Price I40o0 Easy terms. KAVH Fir room roiiore in north part of tn H rf tvi frr.nl. lanr rm. barn, irar , W chicken nm Pnr t2f H IW VaVj i . ti Thirty saaal 1 ' itw H ly modem. Two four room modern, ex H rept hmi Tv enly seventh street railroad ' Bl i 1 WW M Amm . . ' i. .. f T brick Kv Reasonable for cash. JOT Thlrtj Mrrt. aW ' H...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 August 1920

i OGDEN. UTAH I yl SGiOL I LEADERS MEET Supt. Hopkins of Ociclen Tak ing Prominent Part in Con vention Activities W. Karl Hopkins, superintendent of Ojjden city schools is taking a proniln- ent part in the annual convention of nan district school superintendent, which opened a two-day session yestor day morning in S&t Lake Sevonty five educators, from all parts of the state, are in attendance. Mr. Hopkins was yesterday appoint r,i n member of the committee on res dlutions which will make a detailed report today L. J Mulr, state superintendent of) public instruction presided at yester-! d in s meetings, and opened the initial session with a brief statement of the purpose of the concntlon and objects; which it was hoped to accomplish. Governor Bamberger pave an ad-1 dress of welcome, In which he paid high tribute to the teaching fraternity' md praised tho success which has been attained uy Utah educators in I developing an educational system) which ranks with the highest In the na...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

-no Si OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 1571920. PRICE iRVE CENTS I PEACE EMISSARIES ON WAY TO MEET REDS I DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FLAYS G. 0. P. f'NORINGGAN BOSS ME,' SAYS GOVERNOR CO) Harding Held to Front Porcr by Senatorial Group, He Declares 4F REPUBLICAN PARTY IS V REACTIONARY. HE AVERS 4A Charges "Few Men Were ILL Banded Together to Buy 'M the Presidency" WHEELING, W, va , Aug. 14 Governor Cox today threw his fore Into the preside ntlal campaign with five apceehes here And In Ohio all BPS flaying what he termed th Kepub- HEfl Mean "reactionary candidate and leaders" and supporting the league of M he premier I W cause. fa itormed the Republican posl- II tlon. attacked the senate "oligarchy" H which he said, was trying to add the H presidency to Itn domination, denounc- V rd proposal for a separate peace with S9 Ofrmnny as "perfidy" and charged BU that a few men were handed together trying to buy the presidency. Million '"iM on millions of dollars h added, are 19 being taken ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

MORNING, AUGUST 15, 192U. M I Good Goto a ML I Business Asset ff JP handsome tban IuTAdee's turn out. - It's our job Vzirp our customers looking prospered. Incidentally, of 'I course, thst has 2 good deal to do with LSi . A suit h?.nd trdlorsd to your individual- ti a V rl&99 Ity from one of our faultless all wool ' ffcB fabrics wlU give you confidence in el! V yourself 3 pne-cp-jrous look that will Kftw tt ! ''ehA be mighty helpful to you in a'l your K&Kvf8HB Our choice fslJ woolens are now In. Let ua show them to you. M. '-. I OWEN BENNETT, Prop. On Hudson Ave. by the Alhambra Theater I PEGGY MARSH'S SON, WHO MAY BECOME MILLIONAIRE , , 4154 cleitly?yWaiIe soJ 'of' the merchant ' ' M. - orinee Mialbnh below. Is appearing ':. - ' ' In -i London ,ho, Tho will light ll - . v still on in Chlcag" H County Republicans H Demand Solid Front j H at State Convention (Continued from Page One) fnende to "not stop flghilng cntll I receive the nomination. I bbH The candidate mated emphat...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15 1920 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3 I To Ogden 1 l D y 7 17 Fl C0MPLETE SEWERAGE, LIGHTING AND WATER fAlUfDrTr' l I JF r V i JLF SYSTEM, CURBS, GUTTERS AND PARKWAYS. 'LUllL'RLlL I CTtKPTlTirinSlSHADE TREES PLANTED AND PROPERLY CARED fo7 j " C! tfl )3 J. K.HjjLj K (3 FOR DURING THE PERIOD OF TWO YEARS WW riL JJ JA. l3 H If ' You are proud, and well you d - ' 1 It's YOUR CITY of "honest en- should be "f terprise" and we'll FIGHT like We are investing one-quarter A.,CD rrucDc t million $$ in j 9 -A B the boys did OVER THERE to H $60,000.00 worth of lots al- ! M EH I keep our city clean that's H H ready sold to people around I ID jl H I I I why we have restricted this You could not live m a more W , ajw HI vf-j i desirable place than I fli Umbb I NEW ADDITION to high class Ltf Nor buy property that would " . , , I ' increase in value faster than HOMES and eliminated the in this NEW ADDITION to 11 undesirable. ' -) ur saiesmen are so anxious (and zealous of good ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

r SUNDAY MOHNTNG, AUGUST 1?, I! in , ,JJ1I. I J ... I ! ! ! i M n I I II I U II 1 I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Cla Matter at the Pottofflce, Ooden, Utah. Established 1870 Member of thf Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Aaaooiated Pre3 An independent Newspaper, published every evening and 8un. day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance 1 v::.v:.y:::::::::: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the uae for republication of any nawi credited to It not otherwise credited In this papar and also the local ni published herein. I OUR SCOUTS IN THE PARK, Our Boy Scouts. sonu seVenty odd, have been receiving marked attention on their hike through Yellowstone Park. Superintendent Albright declared that the visit of thf snouts was xho most important event of the year in tile Yellowstone. "You are tramping through tt wilderness," he said, "n rrgion set aside for ihe preservation of animal and plant life ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

r- - Jl ! SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER irA J" wwV-WWBBBBBJIBHiaBBSMMMBBSIBBaBHBBBIBBIBBBBBaBBBIBBISBBSnMSIBBkiSSM I BBMBSsBSBsBSsBSBsBSBsBSsSSBBBBSBsaBS i - - ii Swan Spends A Night In Kansas f. By O. A. Kennedy- fc 4W Swan Swanson always insisted that V, although lie was a sbi i ph r l r, he . )iad no unreasonahle prejudice against cattlemen, In proof of this d( Irabh mk mental attitude ho ofir-n referred to I! m t iho fact that he had been i coWbo 1 '" Oklahojnn for ni n Then B he would give a circumstantial ac- vB count of one of his experiences in HH about the following language. H "Ule Rufe Chaplin store at the H crossing of the Ctinaron was always a great r:illing point for the hoys of the Cherokee strip, being cen- B trails- located a for wagon roads arid HB about as far east as the cavalry allow- fflHj ed us to range HH "A little bit to the cast of Rufc's H place you conic to the old iklohomy H I line. That was in the days of the H "boomers" a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

r6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1920- H I BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROAD OFFICES HERE ENGAGED IN WORK COVERING WIDE AREA IN WESTERN COUNTRY The Bureau of Public Roads. Unit cd States Department of Agrii ulturc, has, clue to tho greatly Increased de m;md for road cons-trnctioii. very ma lerinlly Increased 1he (scope of its activity and the number of its om ploycs during the past year, aceord Ing to a statement issued by the local offices yesterday. The United States has been divided Into thirteen separate road districts, including from one to seven state each, and for administrative purposes I! a district engineer h.is beon LSSlgn. 3 in charge of each of these districts. District No 12 Includes all the area defined as district No. 4 of the Tnited States Forest Service, and includes I1 forest road activities in the States Of Utah. Nevada, Idaho and wrntern Wyoming and the federal aid or post rpad work in the states 6t L'tah and Nevada. FEDERAL MI PROJ1 I mW Projects o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

SUiNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 ' " I I CttfCSaAp.: ig I ABSOLUTE TEAMWORK BE- ra XJj Itween YOUR DOCTOR AND fC ufc-O DRUGGIST WIN 7 T A vV" (When your doctor write a pre- ! l l scnptlon It means that his ' J L. knowledge has prompted him to B., M prescribe certain drugs In cer- Sk"M lain definite proportions A drug gist who follows his orders to q the minutest detail Is the one JflP mj who helps him vln. That's wh Jf, V, we leave all tlie diagnosis and jmf prescription to the doctor. Then uSu. we follow his orders EXACTLY "Always Ready" Home Remedies Below is a partial list of the big line of home remedies we carry . They are all of a handy " character and things which every home should have. 11 3 safe to buy a11 home IP fi P f I remedies at Culley's. j If U 9 CASTOR OIL 25c ' At Half Price BORIC ACID 10c I gOuy eggs now and pre CPGOM SALTS . 10c serve them with the aid of x I water glass and then when CREAM TARTAR 10c prices go up you still have pui...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

MORINilNL,, AUGUST 15, 1920. I OGBENITE BACH I FROM 1RELAHQ M. J. Clifford Tells of Exciting; Experience With English Police Even Americans are not safe from Indignities. In Ireland at present, ac cordlnK to Mlchnol J. Clifford. -'41 Qulney avenue, who returned Friday morning, after having spent three J months in Cnland :tnd Irelaa'. BH "For five weeks I was i.i I.im- riek H and County Claire. Ireland Mr. CUf- Bj ford said, "and during n;ii time I BftBJ r!iv and ubmltted to Indignities that mfldo my American blood boll' BBBJ ' Ireland Is Apparently policed at present by renegades, and the on- BftBJ .stabularv BCems t be permitted to do BBBi t t ERED WITH RI1 LES BBBJ "On one occasion, my brother Jack. and I were returning to our home It BBBj was not later than 9 o'clock As we pnsaed the Monster Bank of Ireland a motor lorry drove to the curb. Seen BABl armed policemen accrued us and forc- BftBJ ed us to throw up our hands, all sev en eoverlnK us with rifles. BflBi SP'What the are yo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

wbbbbEbW bj BP'? SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 K ICOUGHLIN MYSTERY DEEPENED BY LIES By JAMBS IDEM LB, N. C A Stn.fr 0rrt-sxmlcnt, PHZLADMIiPHIA. Tortuous, eva- Jslvo. shifting, lying Augusto Pnsqunle. who has confessed to knowledge- of tlic whereabout of Hlakcly Coughlln after the child was kidnaped. In the Ictor, thus far. In the strangest con ttsl ever WBKfrt In police headquarter. Little BUkely was stolen from his home in Norrlstown, near here, on June 2. The tot was Just 13 months old. B KB OONFB88BD HUCB Pasqualc, under police grilling, has confessed much concerning the klrt I nuplng His stories, however. lme I varied to such an extent that officials L. sc f-ni BS far away from recovering the f mg bnby as the) before Pasq was arrested. His confessions have only deepened the mystery of the baby's whereabouts. I'aaquale has. Set a definite time for repealing the name of the kidnaper, but when the hour arrived refused to tell Played a '"waiting gam...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

I1ICAT1 10 BOOST VALUES OF WEBER LAND Creation of District for This County Will Have Far reaching Effect While much has bcrn !a'd and writ ten about the Weber county irrigation district, embracing Weber county, to Tgcther with a section of Box Elder "county, few comprehend tho enormity of the enterprise. Since the election hold August 1", ..which decided that the Weher county irrigation district would become a real ity, rather than idle talk of rlrcnmw, - new era of prosperity, not only for : "Weber county, but for northern I'tnh has started. FIRST USERS CF WATER Pioneers, entering Ogden valley and the Great Salt lake, were the first T-usera of irrigation water for crops Land was plentiful Water was ade quate for their needs and canals were opened on such lands as were easily available. As settlements became towns, and towns developed into cities, ajl of which drew on tin- ;igi ii -nl'iiral resources of the country for subsist "once, the water question became acute. ..About twenty y...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

1 SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EX AMitSfcK " tFishLake is Different 'Mackinaw Sporty Fish But You Must Know How I (By HOfd Tlmmormnii.) EH P'lsh Ijukt LMMMwM Th-u two wnriln may fail to RrOUW HB any great nmount of enthusiasm among poi-son who have never H thin tiny gem of a lake In the H Houthrrn pnrt of I'tah. but they art H crtain to raise the red blood to B bbMkl of rhone who have none there. JHfl have fished there and most Important frH of all have caught flah there. H Fly fishing ma) have Its . harms I B and excitement and Its admirers, hut I jH Just Imagine letting down 100 feet I 9MMM of enpper line, dragging It along the rHH bottom, and grabbing a IfacJclhaf W JL ' wel'hlnK from lis j ml- H twenty-aeven. Imagine the- fun that BH must follow when the young whale BJ suddenly dt ride to come upward BV faster thu you CJtn reel your Una and VMK when he has plenty of slacU decides IflH that the bottom Is a better place In BH whlrh to s i k :-h" 1 1 i and go...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 15, 1920. I AGGIE FOOTBALL CHANCES BRIGHT Coach Lowell Romney Elated Over Chances of Logan Team in 1920 Old "King Football, ruler Rupreme in the athletic world, will make his fifty first dobut early in September in high schools, colleges and athletic clubs in the country, and from present indlca lions the "old Rent" will have an even greater season than was recorded In 1919. It Utah alone last season, more than seventy grid machines took part in high school, college and club ath letic contests, almost double the num ber of any prrvlons season In many cases last season, many of the schools were playing the Ameri can game for the first time This is true of the Weber Normal college and L. D. S. eleveus. Both schools how ever, produced first rate teams EXPECTS GOOD TEAM. At the Aggie lair at Logan Coach Lowell Romney- expects 1o have one of the greatest elevens in the hlstor I of the school Captain ( lvde YVorley and other members of the 1920 aggre .-ration have be...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

SUNDAY MORNBVG. AUGUST 15. 1920. THE OGUL1N b 1 AiSUMKU-hAAMiitv A LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT OS BLANKED I Bf ALEXANDER I Braves and Phillies Divide; I Cardinals Beat Pirates; I Dodgers Lose to Giants Bfl CHICAGO, Aug 14.- (National) ILm Alexander shut out Cincinnati. ' to H o today Ruether's wlhlnesa account- B r-d for nil of the locals' runs In the first inninir. while four hits off Rue-' flfl. ther. with an error, hrought the other mm throe. EfentOg ni hit OB h head HH In the first Inning by a pitched ball I . snd retired nt tho end of ihe Inning. LWm Score R. H I MLw In'lnnn'l 000 i00 000 0 B Chicago 220 000 noil 3 9 0 Ruether. 8-ilUo. ir-lr nnd In K. Alexundor anl OFarrelL BOSTON. Auk 1 4 (NsMonsI Boston and Philadelphia again divid ed Hn'ihle header today, the visitors v. inning the first game. 4 to 3, and the loculs tht- 'c rnnd game by the . t:ittio score In ten Innings in the ecc- I 1 k im- th winning run wns scored " on Sullivan's sintcle. rlctehcr ohjectod to a decis...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER Y MQRN1NG' AUGUST 15' 19 V I UTAH MINE LIST I SHOWS STRONG South Standard and Iron King Advance on Short Ses I sion Trading A strong demand with prices lend Tng' upward was the feature of trad ing on the Salt Lake mlninp exchange yestcrdav South Standard, which closed Friday at 21c, opened at 24c and sold up to 25c. 'closing with 84e H bid and J K asked. Iron Kins Opened at 3 11-. i and advanced rapidly io 84c, closing with 28c hid and 26 asked Eureka Bullion also displayed strength, 11.000 shares being sold as high as 11c. Alta Con. changed hands at oc, A1 1. 1 Tunnel sold at 6Vc, Eureka Lily v 8 practically the heaviest trad I of ' the- day, 27,000 shares changing hands its high as 6ac, Columbus Rexall waa stead at 40jc, Iron Blossom sold ! from 25 to 26c. Lehi Tmtli sold up to 10c Emma Silver sold steadily at 5c, J'ljpce Con wns a.tl e from 2S'c i" 30c Silver King Coal waa practically the onl stock on the board to sell rrff in r,r''' ' . ih:mplnp lun...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

J SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 1 Mb J ft FOR SALE kE ft B dl Estate j fl nv OWNER-Meviern well built horn In location In Suitable in make four mall fr' H mntn 60n TwmU fourth Dion I E W CANNADT H RhI Ettt Insurance H New room brick bungalow finished In Hl cum; hardwood floor throughout. This Ik H nicely loco ted on bench and lr a very nt H timet T proposition Prlro JSCKiO. H Good i rom house, nicely lo-oted on H bench; has food basement, bathroom, etc. HH Adapted for wither one or two familie (fM 1! T'rlre 141'irt on ra.mnnhli I'-rmn. A jH Practically new four room cottar" In m' rood location, nnd In first class condition: haa hufmfnt. garage and rhtckn run. JttM Prlro 2fW on may terms tM 34 acrs In choice location and rnnven W.iM int to -if. improved as follow? 4 room a -JH brick hou.-o. garage, flowing well. shade aSi nd lawn An Ideal place f'.r oni desirir g H n cheap suburban home. Price $2cir on U mmm reasonable terms. I r. W CANNADT u-mmmw 2427 H...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1920. I J UTAH THEATRE I TOBMY I L 'v TMMTii 1 TH eTm 1 SF I TW I FE -w A L I C -:--"r v " f People, they sneered. . . and the: ' er: doubted key Virtue until, in the crisis of another Woman's life she proved, to boa tkoroukbreel . . . I See THE I MISFIT WIFE I ALICE" LAKE and an exceptional case cincL renew your faith, ui human nature it H AS so & Fiam $2mBdlj S I I IKGCSITINE OF BUSSESSASKFO C. M. North Seeks Dissolu tion of Partnership With H. F. Clark Chaunccy M Xorlh filed BUlt In th district court yesterday against Henry V- Clark, in which ho demands that Clark, his former partner in business, give a full accounting of his business transactions during the1 partnership and dilde the profitK made Mr. North sets forth In his complaint that on November 2, 1'JIS, he entered into partnership with Clark for the purpose of conducting a wholesale meat and livestock business. Trv agreement, he alleges. W an that he should contribute $4000 and Clark v. ;is ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

SECOND SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1920. I HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY! i i Eugene Barnes ' jfl And Bride Are Party Guests Jl Dancing Party and Shower Is Given by Parents at Mon- roe Avenue Home Complimenting their on Eugene HH Barnes and hln brldo, formerly MlSS Alia Bif'T Mi an. I Ml Barnes . i-'talned al a dancing party and shower Friday evening at their V lovely t-'.'i. net tkt Monro n enui , ojv V The young couple were married on I m jniv al Iflermington, thoti marriage Mr coming i prise to hen DVj nianv friend--. The Ruests gathered Ul during thi Mr time was spent In dan Ing f in. i ... rnt - hom wa I itefull H$fl dcoratel With summer flowers W: U glass basket, filled with pink and 'mm tlJH with pink malinc formed the attrac- 4 ti i o for tl ldJi IIW , 1 eon gladlo Vk of i lorned oth pa m of the room. Small howls of red I , ai marigold -'i-o found ! I i e thi dec- iglL hi,. where , mmw in i j Bmmm willlum and oilier lUmmer llowe.s. . "jmm Cre...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 August 1920

2 , iHh OGDEN STANDAKD-hAAMlfNhK SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1920. fl I Society The City Federation of Women's! I ulis met Wednesday afternoon al the lome of Mrs Ldwurd Blchsel. Im portant business was taken up at the i in eting, which was specially called by the presldeni Spanish War Ladles held a picnic at l.orin Karr park Thursday afternoon -nd evotilng The day wm one of the many enjoyed by the members Members of the gden branch of i lie Britannic association mot Mon .'iy evening at the Eagles' hall. The meeting was the regular business nesting and was opened at 8 o'clock. Plane were made for the next social, in he held In two weeks. Mrs. E. H. Wentz, who has been vis u'.ng for the past month In "gden at the home of her mother, Mrs. Wade Johnson, left Thursday afternoon for her home In Philadelphia. Regular meeting of tho Utopia club ,.s postponed last week. owing to tiinoaB, Mrs. Henry fjwilliam was un able to be hostess to the members. Mrs George Flster and children of B riff ha...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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