General and Personal News of Davis County.
The dance in the Music hall last evening was well attended.
- Mrs. John Southworth and children are in from Tooele City on a visit.
- Miss Florence and Miss Cumorah Smith were up from Salt Lake last Monday.
- Mr. and Mrs. James H. Larkins were visiting friends in Salt Lake this week.
- The school children were out for a May-walk yesterday. They had an enjoyable time.
- Mrs. Elizabeth Layton and children left here for their home in Thatcher, Ariz., on Monday evening.
- The Young Men’s Mutual Improvement association held their last meeting for the season on Tuesday evening last.
- The School Literary society held their closing meeting on Wednesday evening. An interesting programme was rendered.
- John C. Jameson and O. A. Williams contemplate opening an ice-cream and confectionery parlor soon. We wish the boy every success.
- This time it is R. W. Burton’s turn to be happy. On Thursday morning his wife presented him with an eleven pound baby boy.
- Upon returning from their pleasant May-walk yesterday afternoon, the higher department of the district school were met at the academy building by H. E. Lewis who took their photographs in a group.
- Quite a number of young people spent an enjoyable time last Monday evening, as guests of Misses Minnie and Maud Barnes. They were entertained in royal style, and the evening was passed most enjoyably.
- Every person whose qualifications will admit of casting a ballot, should see that his name is entered upon the registration list, in time to admit of his voting at the August election. The registration officer will be on duty from Monday morning until Friday evening next.
- A number of the leading Democrats of Kaysville, have been corresponding with Mr. Charles Ellis, of Salt Lake, lately, with a view to having that gentleman deliver one or more of his lectures here. It is probable that he will visit usabout May 1.
- Owing to the decrease in the attendance, the trustees have found it necessary to close the lower department of the Eighth district school. Miss Lissa Ball, who has had charge of this department, intends to leave for her home in Coalville, next week. While Miss Ball has been here, she has not only won the esteem of the children under her charge, but she has given the very best of satisfaction both to parents and trustees. Beside this she has been an ardent worker in the dramatic club, and has formed a large circle of friends, whose best wishes will ever follow her. M.
KAYSVILLE, May 2, 1891