SALT LAKE HERALD FEBRUARY 22, 1890
- We are having a heavy snow and the indications are we shall again hear the merry jungle of the sleigh bells
------ Agent O. A. Taylor is laid up with Erysipelas (a skin infection)
------ The store recently occupied by Willard Bishop as an Ice Cream Parlor has changed hands and will be opened in the near future by W. B. Jameison as a Gents' furnishing and clothing establishment.
------ The boom has struck Kaysville. Real Estate and other companies are being formed to bring us to the front. Phillips and Barnes is the name of the 1st Real Estate firm.
------The present City Council will give a grand ball on February 27 in the city hall to the ex-officers and officers elect of Kaysville City. The affair will be in the grand opening of the city hall and a means of showing all the appreciation of their labors and extend a welcome. Mayor Stewart, J. W. Thornley, and James H. Larkins comprise the committee on arrangements; John Barton, J. W. Thornley, James H. Linford and Mrs. H. Stewart for a committee on reception; and Mrs. J. H. Larkins, Mrs. W. A. Hyde, Mrs. D. K. Egbert and Mrs. T. H. Phillips will manipulate the refreshments.
------ A very pleasant party assembled at the residence of J. W. Thornley on the occasion of the marriage of their daughter Miss Mary Ellen Thornley to Mr. W. H. Mocker of San Francisco. Mrs. Mocker leaves a host of friends here who unite in wishing her a pleasant journey thru life and her path strewn with flowers
.------ A Social Party at Mrs. Mary L. Hyde's this evening and a ball at the Music Hall tomorrow in honor of Washington's Birthday are the amusements for this week.
PHOTO: Mary L. Galbraith Hyde Laycock (1864-1908) - Courtesy of Ancestry
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