|Paper||Utah County Democrat|
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|Article Title||Provo Society|
|Paper||Utah County Democrat|
PllOVO SOCIETY. DOINQS OF THE WEEK IN SOCIAL CinCLES. Utah SnnHls-l'Jth Ccn nry--Fld dls Bendlx Couccrt-t'haractcr Bali -Progi csslvo (t3"-Ward l'nrtlcs -Other Social Events-lVrsnnals. Utah S.orols. Utah Sorosls mot Wednesday oftor-noon oftor-noon at tho club room with Vice President Presi-dent Mrs. O. W. Craig lo the chair. Tho regular parliamentary drill was omitted in thu absence of Miss Alice t Reynolds, "HlHtory of Greek Painting" was given by Miss Floionco Pike. ATtcr Mm uual reoess tho roll call was responded to by thirteen members Mrs, Fred Nelson then reud a paper otr"Greok Artl-ts and their Work." Mrs. E. A. Wedgwood was a guest of tt.o club. ln tho mothers' section Mrs. G. W. Craig told how huiicflclal art wd in a 'school room, XIX Century Club. Tim Nineteenth Century club met on Friday afleinnon ut tho residence of I Mrs, Chin. DoMnlsy. Tho members were entertained by a very Hnu paper on "The Stuarts" by Miss Catherine Senile, which was followed fol-lowed by an Interesting drill on parliamentary parlia-mentary law led by Miss Hollzscliuo. After a recess of live minutes a paper on "Cromwell" wus rou.i by Miss Moore, having boon carefully prepared by Mrs. Geo. Iluvotcamp who wus not present. A review of tho current events of thu past two weeks was given by Mrs. D.e-Molsy D.e-Molsy nod was followed by a lively discussion by the members. Altogether a good attendance and an excellent prngr-uu marked tho first meeting or the ulntli year of tho club, Fidclis Club. Tho Fidclis club met Inst Monday at the home of the president, Mrs. Muri-ctte Muri-ctte Bocsley. The following program wns given: Tho continuation of U. S. History by Mrs. Mary 15. Clow. Mrs. Ettlo Eggertsen handled current cur-rent news. A select rondlng was glyen by Mrs. Nellie Hardy, A review of thepromlnontchancters In "Ben Hur" was ably handled by Mrs. Ellzi Nelson. Parliamentary drill was conducted by Mrs. Sarah Egcertsnu CI off. Fourteen members responded to roll call. Ihu club moots next Monday at the home of ftlrs. Nellie Hardy. The Groat Bi-ndlx Concert. A large enthusiastic audience graced tho stake taberuacji) lust Tuesday evening even-ing to greet tho greateslAmerlcan violinist vio-linist and h'.f flno company. The occasion oc-casion wus. tho llrst concert of tin series of thrco grand musical festivals which nro arranged for by Frnfitsors McC'ellan and Bnsbnrdi the remaining two to occur April 1st and May 12th. The tabernacle looked lis best uud tho splendid acoustics of Ho building added ad-ded much to tho performances of tho m lists, Miss Jennno Scott opened the program by performing In a brilliant way thu Intricate "Eimle, op. 23," of Rubensteln. Sho was cordially reuolved and is a very line pianist, having a decided de-cided preference for the technical side of piano playing. Madam Otborn was a.favnrito trom the start. Sho Is un excellent artist. Her method of tone. production Is a propor one, as tho pure, smooth soprano so-prano quality of hor voice will uttent. Wo should cull her a mezzo-soprano, her lower mUldlo register being among tho finest and most snubsllrrinu wo have over heard. As linger she stands high in tho profession, and was vociferously voci-ferously encored after each selection Her rendition of the "Samson and Delilah" aria was thoroughly nrtlstlo and showed not only hcrsploudid dinging ding-ing qualities but her sound temper-ment temper-ment so all-Important. Mnster of thu violin is Max Bendixl How he swaved tho audience by his magic powerl Ono young enthusiast was noticed to swing ins body to-n-fro, so thoroughly entranced was ho. Tno "Mondelssolin Concerts" (second mid ihl'd movi monts) was performed In superb siy'e, especially the third movement, move-ment, which was taken at a terriflo rte ol jeed, and with thu accuracy of tho profound muter. MeuileUaohn hint self would havo feasted on sm-h a tn dltionof his Immortal Concerto, Tno yjullu used by Mr. Buttllx Is u perfect Inurnment, Its tones being full, tender and lucious. Tho"Hunga.r!nn Rhapshdio"of Lint was oleverly glyoh by Mls Scott and won for her much npplauso and com menibitlon. She gracefully responded to a hearty n cill. In (ho "ElTertnry" (Popper Bendlx) mid "Carmen Fatale," Artist Bendix surpassed himself and made tho audience audi-ence wild wth enthusiasm, being recalled re-called three times (anil responding) liter one of his numbers. The other numbers nf Miss Osborn wero charm-high' charm-high' given, and especially enjoyable was thu "Avo Marin" (Bueh-Oaunod) by Mhs Oshnrn, violin obligate by Mr. Bendlx and Miss Scott at thu pljtno. The audience reluctantly departed after this divine number py r formed I p such a superior manner. From SalLnkociinm Prof. Wiilard Wolhe, Utah's Una violinist, who said It had given him greatest pleasuru to hear the urtlsts. N. C SpnnoH.wlf o and daughter, Luhl; Harold Eldrcdgo and othurs, whoso names wo could not leirn. Tho chorus nf tho county were well represented; Pay sou brluclng over 42 people, Luhl nearly thirty and the other towns being nicely represented. Piof. Beesley of Lehl, Prof. G. II. Done of Paysan, Prof. W. M. Harrison of spriugvillc and Prof. John Jones of Spanish Fork wero utuutig thu musicians musi-cians present. Professors McCleHnn anil Hoshard deservu great praise for such a grand series of concerts. Gndowsky will bu next nt traction lu tho course, Saturday, April first. Character Ball. Only a fair crowd attended the character ball given by the First ward society In the opera house lust evening, but n very pleasant evening Is reported. MhsIg was furnished by thu Durum orchestra, und the floor wits In charge of Wm. Startup. Lunch was served ou the s'ngo during tho evening. The following fol-lowing were the most noticeable costumes: cos-tumes: America Mrs. S T. Epporson. Columbia Miss Maurio Taylor. Martha Washington Mrs. L. O, T.ift. Colonial Coslumu Miss Florence Pike. Ginnilma Miss Smnot. Daughter of tho Regiment Miss Minnie Startup. Popcorn Misses McConrd and Stubbs. Diamonds Mlis Clara Nuttoll. Schoolgirl Miss Annie Anderson. Geo. Washington L. O. Tuft. Undo Sam Wm. Duseuburry. 801101' Wm. Startup. Farmer Ben I3ul ock. Irish Policeman Wm. Jones. Scotch Hlglander Hyrum McConrd. Robin Hood A. D, Woodhouse, Cowboy Charles Giles. Yollo',7 Kid Dave Johnson. Foolish Hoy Wm. Walker. Bicyclist John Johnson. Progressive "0.1" Party. A larcoly nttunded and highly onjoy-ablo onjoy-ablo card party wus given at the homo of Mr- and Mrs. Alex Ucdqulst Thursday Thurs-day evening, TI.o house was beautifully, beauti-fully, decorated with natural flowers and during tho progress of the games Henry Giles furnished delightful music on tho piano. Progressive "03" was tho order of tho evening and tho prizes were awarded ns follows: first prizes, Mrs. Jos. T. Ferrer and Mr. J. H, Denh.iltcr; consolation prizes, MrtJ. Dr. Taylor nnd Mr. Jos. T. Farror. Doll-clous Doll-clous refreshments wero served consisting con-sisting of Ices, cakes, salads, dc. A unique and interesting feature of the ovenlug wus arranged by Mr. Hed-qtilst Hed-qtilst being thu report of the Sonntorlul ballot lug In prngrccs In Salt Lake. Tho following guests wero present; Messrs. and Mesdames G, U, Bug ley, J. R. Twelves, L. O. Tuft. (J. E. Howe, R. R. Irvine, Jr., .I.T. Farror. J. W. Firrer, J. R.'Futrer, John Denhalter, .1, C. Graham, Jr., W. II. Lee, Jrq Smith, Dr. Pike, Dr. Allen. Dr. Taylor. Tay-lor. Dr. Robtson. Goo. Taylor, J. O. dimming'), Leon II ichin.it), J. N. Stromr, Reed Smoot. G. E. Wrluht, Jacob Evans anil 0. M, Strong; Mes d imes S. A King, R. A. Barney, Dr. Richards, Maria Strong; Mines Florence Flor-ence Pike, Florence Taylor, Httu Fur-rer, Fur-rer, l.otta Strong; Mumis. II S, Mnrllti, Bert Twelves. Walter Whitehead, A. D. Woodhouse. O. E. Gary and wife have returned from spending the winter lu tho east. Win. P. Silver ami wlfu entertained rrtundtt at their homo Wednesday evening. even-ing. Mrs, Jos Page of Pnyson Is visiting her pirenls, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Thur-man. Thur-man. , Mrs. D. Wflrvino of Pajson visited her parent", Mr, uud Mrs. Fred Ucc.ln Provo this week. Mis. Andrew Watson entertained n party of her friends ut cards ut her home Thursday evening. Miss Cora Alexander loft last Sunday eveuJng for Goshen to take churgo of Mm school ut that place. It. Jay Lambert gives hut regular Saturday itfturaoou dancing matlueo lu the Provo operu house today. Tho commercial students of .tho B. Y. academy guvu a very pleasant ball at the academy hall Thuraday evening. Mr, and Mist E. H. Holt ontertuttied a few friends ut a pleasant evening social ut their hutuo Wednesday evening. even-ing. Tho academy classmates of Clarence Clark held a reception lu his honor ut the homo of Dr. uud Mrs. W. R, Pike last evening. The friends of Mrs. Magglo Stewart very pleasantly surprised that lady at her homo Monday uveulug. A pleasant tlmu i reported by thusu present. Mhs Hattlo Tr.ylor gave a very enjoyable en-joyable p.trtv to her young friends ut her borne last Tuesday evening. Thu evening wus passed with gumes und music. Otto F. Mulmbt-rg, Dr, George E. Roblson, A. V. Roblson, D. D. limit z, M. M. Wurner, A. O. Smoot uud A. J. Evans of Utah county attended thu McCuuu receptluti last uveulug. An old folks social was held In the Third ward assembly hall yesterday afternoon. Lunch nnd tin Interesting program wero enjoyed. A marrlud foiks bail was given In tho evening. Clarbnco dark will Icuyn on a mission mis-sion ou the ICtli Inst, An oujoyable danco was given in his honor Thursday evening In the Flint ward, and another will bo given tonight lu tho Third wurtl. A half dozon couples from thel'lilrd ward pleasantly surprised Mr. and Mrs. Philander Perry Thursday evening. even-ing. Tho evening wns paiscd with music, games and thu eojoyuiuut of delicate refreshments. Mrs. Dr. Hiirdv, Prof. Rrlmhnll, Prof. 13. Cluff. Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Barney, Mis. A. O. Smnot nod Miss Lott Nelson wero Provo people who accompanied tho Loulstatiiro ou their trip to Logan last Saturday, They speak highly of their hospitable treatment treat-ment at tho hands of thu Logan peo-I'le. peo-I'le. A mnrrled folks picnic nnd social was held In the First ward social hall Wednesday afternoon and evening. A I urge crowd was In uttcudanco und u very enpiyablu time Is reported. The plenlo lunch wits served In tho uflcr-noon, uflcr-noon, followed by an Interesting program. pro-gram. Dmiclng wus indulged In during dur-ing thu cvonlng.