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i! C OREM-GENEVA TIMES c "And There Shall be an Abundance of all good Things!" cwt. Bright Baled Straw 85c Federation Seed Wheat 3.85 Idaho Grown treated ALFALFA SEED! Argentine ,381b. Utah Common or Grimm .47 Ibj UTAHYBRID FIELD CORN 50 lb. bag $6.10 $Jo. 330, early, slightly higher) Quality merchandise at fair prices are traditional at BUNKER FARMS Business Hours; Daily, except ex-cept Sundays 8 a. m. to 6 p. m Phone Provo 01GR-3 "Genera Steal Is Across From Us." 3 FERTILIZER Sulphate of Ammonia 20.6 Nitrogen Content $2.45 cwt. Delivered In V . ' 500 lb. or target lota Utah Valley Distributors K?i. i Provo, TJiah Phone 1829-J (Afiei 6 p. m.) KITCHEN CRAFT Heavy Aluminum VI Ware " . NOW AVAILABLE Shown by Appointment Write or Phone 067RS Prove R. D. 2, Box 28. Orem, Utah, RICHARD A. BREWERS ELITE BEAUTY SHOP It's Time For Your ' Spring remanent Jfow 4 -. Personality Hair Styling No, 1 Christeele Acres Thone 095-R4 v. .... Orem burpee ;: PRESSURE COOKERS Your Kitchen Craft Dealer Richard I A, Brewer Now Available. Get Yours . Before .. Canning Tin ;, Rt. 2 Box 28 Oren. Ph. 0I7RS Wanted To Buy Old model, truck or car, good or damaged.., 191 North 11 West Prove, VL Shoe Repairing Louis Keisch & Sons f ' Ra of Bootarte a 4 tfert Cortar , DR. ARTHUR VANCE " ' YXTERINARIAN ( I5i est 3rd North 1. Phone S5S-J Prove, Utah New SHoe Show orem shoe Repairing OpenTorJJusmess Shoes Neatly Repaired : While You Wait ' Located North;; State In Orem by Prestwich Lumber Company LESTER RIDING. Prop. - . THREE AUTO CRASH INJURES TWO Dick Nielsen, seaman second class, 20, 143 S. 1st East, American Ameri-can Fork, was in serious condition condi-tion Tuesday night in the American Fork hospital, suffering suffer-ing from injuries received in a three-car collision one-half mile north of the Geneva road in Orem, according 'to state highway high-way patrolmen. Seaman Nielsen, on leave from the navy, where he is assigned as-signed to the USS carrier Franklin Frank-lin D. Roosevelt, received a fractured Jaw, broken ribs and possible chest injuries in the crash. He will be moved to the navy hospital at Clearfield. The investigating officers said the accident occurred when Mrs. Emma B. Herron, 64, Route 1, Orem, attempted to make a U-turn U-turn while driving south on highway 91. Her car was struck by a coal truck driven north by Nicky J. Davis, 22, Price, and the impact threw the Herron cari into the path of a third machine driven south by Roy NJelsen, American Fork, officers said. The injured man was a passenger passeng-er in the third car. Mrs. Herron was ticketed for failure to yield the right of way, officers reported. Furniture Repairing Taught Club Miss Alys Price, county home demonstrator, met with the Better Homes elub at Orem and demonstrated retieing springs' in upholstered furniture. Mrs. Dora Dimick was hostess for the meeting and a hot dinner was enjoyed by Miss. Price, Mrs. Effie Millett. Mrs. Beth Baker, Mrs. Sadie Elder, Mrs. Barbara Skinner, Mrs. Cathryn FJder, Mrs. Marjorie Nelson, Mrs. Agnes Nelson, Mrs. Irma Josle, Mrs. Helen Miller, Mrs. Golda Mangum, Mrs. Ethel Dickey and the hostess. This 'N That By Ethel N. Hair -ON THE PERSONAL SIDE-HI SIDE-HI Folks: Here I am in S. L. working as a waitress at the UP. cafe, md like it. Made a bet that I could get a job In a half a day had three jobs In less than an hour (with the employment situation what It is) There's work if a person will work at the jobs available. My boss, Mr. Alberts, says the situation goes something like this: Mar. 23. Wanted a waitress, j Mar. 28. Hired Rosie Smith. Mar. 27. Wanted a waitress. We can't all be bosses or presidents, presi-dents, and -a naif a loaf Is better bet-ter than none". "YOU FIGURE IT OUT Some folks are "doers? some are "dreamers", and some are "sitters", but what I "can't figure fig-ure out la which group gets the most futt Out of life. Probably the--way the Individual It" constructed con-structed . . . ; 5 ; "MEMORY' . I think a man's; real possession posses-sion Is his memory.: In nothing else is he rich, in nothing else U he' poor thanks Mrs. Boothe for the letter of appreciation for the Valentine article, and for the grand time I had at your house when a girt- They are golden memories that make my days rich Indeed. -ITS SPRING Got a whiff of spring today, that means folks will start suf-fering suf-fering from love, and homesickness. homesick-ness. Poetry will drop from the pens of poets, small green shoots will take life and flower; sunshine sun-shine will be more golden; fleecy clouds will float hither and yon Yum Yum anrinr and spring tonics. TTS THE NEW SPRING BONNETS" While down town wntrMn the parade t spring styles, with trends of another era, bringing back the gaiety of the 90's, I was reminded of the ladles from grandmother's albunwwtth the hair do's high and hlghty glv, tag my lady an air of haughtt. ness. mts are glamourous and gay. flowers and veil xrlMna as spring's first daffodil, adorns pompoders, Her eyes peakaboo Junior Sugar Beet Winners Receive Awards All winners in the 194S junior sugar beet growing contest were guests of Utah-Idaho Sugar Company Com-pany Tuesday at Sutton's cafe in Provo. This contest will continue con-tinue again this year and will be supplemented with a livestock feeding contest- Rules of the contest are in the hands of 4-H and FFA leaders. These boys and others participating par-ticipating in the project have made a great contribution to the sugar shortage by adding to the supply of sugar. They also received re-ceived $11.79 per ton for each ton of beets delivered to the company. S. R. Boswell, Utah County Agricultural Agent announces the winners as follows: FFA winners: Dale Harding son of Roland Harding, Vineyard, first prize of $25.00 for growing 26.82 ton per acre. Foster Johnson, of Spanish Fork won second place and $15.00: Boyd Atwood and. Ray Huff, both of Spanish Fork tied for thira place add received re-ceived a prize pf $10.00. rweith Bover is instructor at Lincoln hiuh school, Leo Jex of Soring-ville. Soring-ville. and Farrell Olsen of Spanish Span-ish Fork were FFA leaders. In the 4-H club work, all the boys were from Benjamin, with Reed Cornaby as leader Glen Hawkins received first place, n-owing 28.24 ton per acre; Ronald Ron-ald Ludlow. Don .Ludlow, Andrew An-drew Caras and Ronald Jensen tied tor second place with 25 nn and a fraction per acre, and Allen Ludlow, third place, with M.29 tons. Their prizes were also $25.00, $15,00, and $10.00 respectively. Each contestant to grow at least one acre beets, contract to be in the boys name, beets to be measured and weights calculated calculat-ed from beets delivered in the boys' name. Final record books o be filed at the office of the County Agent by December 15. from the newest eye shadow, lips made up to tempt and smile truly the Gals are alluring for the boys returning home, but spring bonnets, how can male or female resist them? "TO DANCE OR NOT TO DANCE" The gang at the UP. have dej ciaea i am too young to grow old gracefully, so the question is to dance or not to dance, and the Jitter bugging leaves me out of breath just watching still I'll hold my own when It comes to an old fashioned waltz-While waltz-While at the "Dixie Land", a lovely colored lady, with a voice like an angel, came to my table to make my acquaintance, she said to me Tve oeen watching you all evening, and I will sing any song you request, as a compliment com-pliment to a lovely lady. -The Walts You Saved For Me", would make me very happy, I answered. Shades of surprise, one of .the young men In our crowd really does an old fashioned fash-ioned waltz. Lavon E. Payne District Agent RELIEF SOCIETY The Theology lesson will be given in Sharon and Edgemont wards Tuesday afternoon with; Classleaders Mary Watts, Sadie Elder and Alba Anderson In charge. Timnanoeos ward will meet Monday afternoon in their work and business meeting Geneva ward will meet Tuesday Tues-day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Martha Pyne. Members havinff articles for the bazaar are requested to bring or send them in. Those who can are asked to come early to sew, but the teachers' topic and report meeting will not be given until 2 p.m. All other wards of the stake will hold work and business meetings at the usual time. Debate Enjoyed By Ladies of Orem Clubs Orem Literary club entertained enter-tained the Orem Women's club and other guests at Scera lounge Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. Dean Park, president of the literary club presided at the gay affair- Lovely cut flowers and potted plants were attractively attrac-tively arranged. Mrs. Leora Calder was program pro-gram chairman, and delightful musical numbers were given by students of Lincoln high school. A debate on "Compulsory Military Mili-tary Training" was given by a team of Lincoln debaters, who led in the forensic meet of Region Three at BYU last week. Refreshments were served the 70 women present. BIRTHS Girl, to John Martin and Erma Cook McPhie, Thursday, Girl, to Stanley and Mirl Gull Miller, Wednesday, Boy, to Milton G. and Melba Edwards Thomas, Wednesday, Boy, to Edwin and Ida Davis Aiken, Saturday, Boy, to Manuel and Juanita Martinez Mascarenas, Friday, Boy, to Sterling and Lorna Storrs Jacobsen, Saturday, Girl, to Carlos J. and Villa Olsen Stolworthy, Saturday, Boy, to Lloyd S, and Phyllis Taylor Migliaccio, Saturday, Girl, to Floyd and Dollle Hill Oliver, Monday, Boy, to Henry and Ruby Hales Gerjets, Monday, Boy, to Grant F. and Marjorie Huish Taylor, Tuesday, Boy, to Verlin M. and Bessie Carter Hatch, Saturday, Boy, to DeLane and Beth Hill-ery Hill-ery Garrett, Sunday, Boy, to Lt. Col. Albert S. and Ha Lamb Law, Sunday. Girl, to Parnell and Golda Larsen Pratt. Sunday, Boy, to Arvil A. and Leeta S. Harris Swasey, Monday, Girl to Richard J. and Lola Smith Rowley, Sunday, Girl, to Reinwald and Florence Flor-ence Flrmage Liechty, Wednesday, Wednes-day, Boy, to Robert D. and Ruby Petersen Crandall, Wednesday, all at Utah Valley hospital. STATE FARM j INSURANCE COMPAlflES are pleased to announce the appointment of nULON L. B UiR R as resident Local Agent, for the better servicing of members and policyholders in this locality. You are invited to contact him at 326 East Second South, American Fork, for assistance with your insurance in-surance problems. In emergencies phone American Fork 676. If you have not investigated the advantages of State Farm's program of broad protection coverage at low cost, we invite you to do so- STATE FARM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY e and STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY M. S. Winder Stale Director SHARON It has been reported that Tom Boulter is recovering from his illness. Sacrament meeting will begin promptly at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. The program is being nwmsored bv the bishopric and musical numbers have been ar ranged. A good attendance is desired. A special monthly executive officers meeting will be held at Bishop Finch's residence on Monday evening, April 8, Instead In-stead of April 22. All officers of the ward are urged to attend as matters of an important nature na-ture are to be discussed. A social was held at the church Tuesday evening follow ing Mutual. Games, dancing and refreshments were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Simmons and son, Jimmie are visiting at St. George. In Service Leslie E. Leichty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Liechty of Pleasant View was promoted to corporal at the Fort Douglas personel center. Cpl. Liechty, served overseas in Korea and is assigned to the army ground forces liaison office. St. Sgt. Nolan R. Brown, is enroute home from Austria, where he has been in the army of occupation. He has been in the European theater for 18 months. He is the husband of There Is one best in everything. every-thing. That is why White Fawn leads them all. Carried by leading Mercnums. SPEAR LUMBER COMPANY PHONE 34 See Us For ASPHALT I9S W. Sxd South PROVO ililli ,;JW(,iTf tNH -- ROOFING Jean Gillespie Brown and son pi Mr. and Mrs. Reed Brown of Grand View. He will report at Pnrt TViiitrTa. where he hopes to receive his discharge papers. LINCOLN HIGH DRAMA GROUP AT BYU Lincoln high school is one of the 21 high schools who will participate in the 18th annual high school drama festival, April 5 and 6 at Brigham Young University, it was announced to day by Dr. T. Earl Pardoe, gen eral chairman of the event. "White Iris", a one-act playi will be entered by the high school in the competition, according ac-cording to L. L. Terry, director. Other events in which students will participate include dramatic dra-matic readings, humorous readings, read-ings, radio skits, retold stories, pantomime, oration and extemporaneous extem-poraneous speaking. Competi tion in all events will be divided into A and B groups; schools with 500 students or more be ing placed in the a groups. The meet will begin on Friday at 4 p.m. and close Saturday eve ning with a final meeting in College Hall at which awards will be made to the winning in dividuals and schools. A banquet ban-quet will be given at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday for the first 200, students who will register. A great expansion in aviation is forecast by the Civil Aeronautics Aero-nautics Administration. A 30 per cent increase in civil aircraft air-craft will by 1955 result in an aviation industry which will use 400,000 airplanes, carry 20,- 000,000 passengers, and direct ly and indirectly provide jobs for 900,000 persons. It is also predicted 280,000 of the planes will be used for personal busi ness and recreation, u,uuu Dy business concerns to accelerate sales and administrative activi ties, and 80,000 by commercial aircraft services in crop dusting, dust-ing, aerial photography, etc. The Religious Digest, informs us that for five years Mayor E-H. E-H. Cough of Guntersville, Alabama, Ala-bama, has been sending minor offenders of all ages to Sunday school instead of levying fines or jail sentences. Not one of more than one hundrel so sentenced sen-tenced has reappeared before the mayor charged with any crime. About half of the cul prits became regular attendants at Sunday school after their) sentence expired. Most of them before their sentence, had never been to Sunday school. Two Philadelphia manufac turers depict the train of tomorrow to-morrow as a giant steam turbine tur-bine gear locomotive capable of 130 mile an hour speeds, pulling streamlined, stainless steel cars in which each passenger can have his own room and radio, these pictures, given by the presidents of the Baldwin Loco motive Works and the Edward G. Budd Manufacturing Com pany are based on experiments; in which the steam turbin gear locomotive'' was run without fanfare for 40,000 miles as a test and proved 40 per cent more efficient than the regular railroad engines. A survey of the drinking habits of four hundred Inmates of Clinton Prison In New York, as reported by the Christian Herald, "shows that 1 per cent got their first taste of alcoholic beverages between the ages of five and nine years, 61 per cent between ten and nineteen, 31 per cent between twenty and thirty-nine, 6 per cent between thirty and thirty-nine, and 1 pe rcent after forty. During the past year, the Woman's Christian Temperance Union has had a net gain of more than 36,000 members. UTAH COUNTY 45 ACRE FARM Complete Unit Best Water Right Family Orchard Livestock and Implements Five Room Modern Brick Home Full Basement, Barn. Chicken Coops for 1000 Hens $26,000.03 SEE 03 WRITE HEAL & AUSTIN, INC. I6S West Center Provo, Utah Phone 4 r Simmons Lumber and Hardware Co. (Your Trading Center) Seeds and Tools HOUSE CLEANING SUPPLIES PAINTS, WALLPAPER ROOFING MATERIAL FLAMEWARE GLASSWARE HARDWARE OVENWARE GLASS And A COMPLETE HARDWARE LINE Phone 048-R2 OREM tLUl FOR YOUR.... Spring House Gleaning Bennet's Paints and Wall Paper Sold By- OremGlass&Paint Paints Varnishes Wallpaper Across from Scera GET YOUE1... Range Boilers Fixture Traps Repair Kits Shower Heads Sprinkling" Heads Electric Lanterns Ironing Board Covers Bath Tubs No Slip Pads -AT- Orem Appliance Across from Scera phone 0103J4 Let Us Fix That Leaky Faucett PROVO LOAN & JEWELRY CO. LOANS ON Watches, Guns, Jewelry, Etc WE SELL New and Used Watches. Guns, Cameras, etc SI No. Univ. Ave. PROVO PHONE S73 Entered as second-class matter Hoveraber 19. 1937 at the V office at Orem, Utah, under the Act ef March 8. 1879. Published every Thursday Thursday, April 4, 1945 Phone 0103J4 ORRELL DeLANGE. Manager V IBSSSSSS1 ,!.