-- A great social event of the week was the wedding reception of Mr. Christopher Burton Jr. and Miss Eloise Lewis, who were united in holy wedlock November 25, 1891 in Logan. On their arrival home a hearty supper was served for 200 guests. We wish them perfect happiness on their matrimonial journey.
-- Nothing is being done in political circles as of late.
-- Mr. Harry Taylor and Mrs. Cloie Pratt Bailey assisted by an able dramatic company will appear at the Music Hall on Friday and Saturday. "Maude Pearl" and "The Streets of New York" will be presented.
-- A shade of gloom cast over the town yesterday when it was announced Samuel L. Jones had died suddenly at his residence. He had eaten a hearty supper less than an hour before. Nearly all of the beautiful headstones in our cemetery will testify of the excellence of his work and will stand as a lasting monument to his memory.
-- Yesterday was a gala for the children of Kaysville. It was the occasion of the annual Sunday School Picnic and Dance. At 10am about 300 of "Utah's Best Crop" gathered at the Music hall for a short program after which they were regaled with a sumptuous lunch which was enjoyed immensely by the happy faced throng.
-- The progressive euchre and social party to be given Friday under the auspices of the "Social and Literary Society" promises to be a very enjoyable affair.
-- ESTRAYED: 3 head of horses. $10 reward will be given to any person finding them and reporting to George Webster, Kaysville, Utah.
-- The school under the able direction of principal J. H. Linford Jr. made a credible showing at their Thanksgiving program Thursday. The school room was nearly all taken up. The following program was carried out:
PHOTO - Kaysville School Thanksgiving Program - November 28, 1891 Salt Lake Herald.
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