Thursday, November 20. 1936 THE TIMES- - NEWS, NEPHI, UTAH Local News Ex-Goven- Dangerous Economy Miss Reva PouLson of Levan visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Foote. Silver Pel Mr. and Mrs. Clarence dowers of Lynndyl announce- the birth of twin girls, November 15th, Prices are steadily on the decline. And our store conscientiously strives to five our eiutomer the bene fits of the latest mar-k- rt change. But there Is one bljf thing to guard against with declining marked. That U, quality must never be sacrificed for Mrs. Frank Hudson of Fillmore and Mrs. Allen Simons of Payson were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Howard last week. tor Only Miss Eleanor Burton entertained the members of their "Gang" at a candy pull Saturday evening. The evening was enjoyed by the follow ing: Misses Venetta Bowles, Zoe Laura Powell, Bessie Greenhalgh, Morgan, Geneva Irons, and the hostess. Miss Burton. MP Mi ir' STORE 29 North Main St. Nephi, Utah Gac Economy It's smart to be It's JudgThrifty. to ment practice But It's economy. dangerous to econo- Q hail ip us 9 ' LEAD Del Monte Brand PUMPKIN 1 0pe Can 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Gallon Cans ALL-BRA- LOGANBERRIES 1 Can 1 10 Brands 2 i- Ui) -- 1 For For 25c 21c NONESUCH MINCEMEAT Large NAVY BEANS Pound Bag CORN MEAL or Packages 5 Pounds 10 35c 27c - Pint Bottle HEINZ KETCHUP 25c 2 " Pound Can Measuring Cup FREE Pounds For 39c Thanksgiving Dinner is a real occasion when celebrated Compare Our Prices Today and Notice Your Savings PORK BACK FAT To Render 1 Pound 11c PLASTER MORTON'S FIGARO SMOKED SALT No. iy2 Cans BEETS Pierce's and Blue Bunny vaivic 4 N 35c . fi9c 67c RICE KRISPIE BLACKBERRIES 1 , Large Package "He Builds Wisely Who Builds Well" TO BUILD WELL HAS NO EQUAL The Largest and Purest Natural Deposit of Gypsum In the World WEPHI PLASTER and MFG COMPANY DIXIE MOLASSES an 92c 15c 1 Pound 2 Surety of Purity" NEPHI Qt. Can 2 SUGAR CURED HAMS Half or Whole with our BREAD Our Bread is always Fresh! Baked Every Day 27 c BEEF POT ROAST 1 Pound 21c 15 c WE BUY LOCAL BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON AND EGGS PRICE AND QUALITY ALWAYS ASSURED In New S'argon Former Governor Clifford Walker of Georgia, twice honored with the highest office the people of his state could give him. Is prominent among the thousands of well known men and women throughout America who have publicly expressed their gratitude for benefits they have ob tained from the use of Sargon. lie recently said: "Not being stalwart In physical strength, it has been my custom for several years to recoup my physical energies at each change of season with some tonic. Owing to close confinement In my office, and rather sodentary habits of life my physical condition was such that I decided to take a course of treatment at Battle Creek. During recent years. In fact I have been comiwlled to resort al most continually to laxatives aud other special hygienic measures to maintain my health. "This season a friend of mine sugI was convinced gested Sargon. from literature which I read that it was a scientifically prepared product and decided to try It. "Almost from the start its invigorating effects were noticeable. I seemed more alert, my appetite improved, my capacity for work was Increased and I was conscious of a feeling of general have gotten by the summer and am now entering the fall season with more energy and in better physical tone than I have experienced In many years. "From my own experience I am convinced that Sargon contains certain therapeutic agents which are highly valuable wherever a tonic Impression Is required, and also for their Influence upon the appetite and digestion. From its effects In my case I cheerfully recommend it as a tonic and corrective worthy the trial of all tired business men." Ord & Mangelson, Agents. (Adv.) well-bein- SHO!! SHO!! SANTA CLAUS WILL COME THIS CHRISTMAS Come in and See How Lasy it is to Get a VANITY ANN DOLL She Has Soft' Rubber Arms, Sleeps, Winks and Cries! SPECIAL THIS WEEK! ST. REGIS WATCH, Stem Set, Non Breakable $1.00 Crystal, Fully Guaranteed NEW LINE OF GIFTS FOR PARTIES g. Ord & Mangleson IT PLEASES US TO Mrs. George Tubman of Oakland California is visiting for two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. William Ricken bach. Bishop and Mrs. Soren Jacobson and Mrs. Elvira Rees of Wales spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Hyrum Anderson. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ivory, November 18th, a baby girl which was still born. They have tne sympathy of everyone in the loss of their baby. On Friday, November 28th, the M. I. A. will give a bazaar in the amusement hall and also the folGirls chorus; lowing program: Instrumental selection; Quartette; One-adrama. Also a Reading; big dance in the evening for everyone. The Ladies Literary Club members met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rena Crowther. The following were present: Mrs. Stella Hannah Mlkkelson, Christiansen, Annie Jensen, Sarah Augason, Bertha Christiansen and the hostess. A delicious hot supper was served and a short program rendered. Mrs. Lyman Seeley, who returned home from Logan on Sunday, Nov. 10, reports a successful conference of the Adult Training projects held there. The course commenced October 2 and continued for two weeks. Training was given to 67 project leaders, representing practically every county of the state and offering courses in all The phases of adult education. conference of Social Welfare workers was held in connection with the TJ. S. A. C. adult training conference during the first week and all present were very fortunate in being able to attend the meetings of that group. Dr. Kimball Young of the University of Wisconsin and Miss Leah Feder of St. Louis, Mo., as well as leading social welfare workers of our own state were In attendance and conducted most entertaining and instructive discussions. The stay at the U, S. A. C. was most enjoyable and all who attended felt that much praise was due the leaders at the college. Sanpete county had five representatives for the first week and four for the second week. A delightful evening was spent in Friday at the home of Mrs. Ada Anderson, where members of the Elite club were entertained. A de licious Thanksgiving dinner was served and the evening spent in sewing and chatting. Those present were Lilly Oldroyd, Lena Johnson, Lillian Coombs, Jennie Anderson, Anna Cook, Kate Holman, Martha Edler, Edith Cook and the hostess. Parent-TeacheThe largest meeting ever held in Fountain Green took place last Wednesday evening at the Junior High School building. Each year, the offocers are released and new members given that repronsiblllty, but it was decld .ed to keep the organization as It Is at present, for the coming year, Abe Livingston being the president with Jos. R. Christiansen as vice presi dent and Clifford L. Mayer as the secretary. Dorothy Oldroyd and Ethel Anderson are the committee for refreshments and A. A. Borge-so- n, chorister with Lyda Guymon as organist. The coming school election was discussed and as there were four men who had announced for this office, it was decided to hold a straw vote at the tithing office on Nov. 15th, which was done, Clint Oldroyd receiving a large majority of the votes with Fred D. Smyth, C. S. Augason and Niels E. Mikkelsen as the other candidates from Fountain Green. The school election will be held on Dec. 3rd. After this business was transacted and refreshments served, the balance of the evening was spent y in games and dancing. ct FOR SALE CHEAP 1 3 PLEASE YOU! WOULD LADY Like to take care of children or do part time work. Phone 196 for MIDDLE-AGE- D It. particulars. MILK COWS FOR SALE FAT CAPONS. 2t. Mrs. J. W. Barnes. SEE new harness J. Ivan Tew. FOR SALE TWO JERSEY MILK FOR SALE and one Cows. See Jos. W. Vlckers. 3tp. two Jersey 3 WORK HORSES old mare. Also Mrs. John cows. tf. FOR SALE CHIFFONIER, Parlor Kendall. Phone 62. table, five living rooni chairs, one room one LOST BROWN PONY. DisappearCharter Oak living stove, ed from the Golden home Tuesupholstered rocker, and a rocker. See Jay Booth. day. See Ross Golden. IBM (SHI Famous Magician Here December 3, 1930 rs HOME-MAD- E A Pound SALT SIDE PORK Fresh and Sweet 1 Pound Firm Believer SKAGGS Ft. Green News CLASSIFIED use: OTHERS FOLLOW M. J. B. COFFEE expense or STORES "A Watch For Our Thanksgiving Specials November 25th and 26th WE P. FOOD Sondl at the mize of quality. Shop in our O. P. Skaggs System store today. Guarantee for yourself the market's lowest prices. But what is more important, assure yourself that the foods you buy are of the same high qualFor quality will ity. never be sacrificed for price at an O. P. Skaggs System store. t ALLE JTS CASH S expense of quality. This Is economy dangerous for the shopper. The Church History Class of the Ward entertained their South teacher. Miss Bessie Lomax, a bride of Thursday, at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening at the Lomax residence. The evening was spent In delightful games. Many beautiful and useful presents were received by the bride. Those present were: Grace Blackett, Elaine Sparkes, Maurine Stephenson, Alice BellLston, Melba Jenkins, Florence Memmott. Eks An Anderson, Alton Ellison, Marjorie Linton, June Elli son and the guest of honor, Miss Bessie Lomax. C. PENNEY GO. J.DEPARTMENT at the do so Vi-L- ue n, mer- chants, eager to make a big price spreading, Miss Dora Stanley entertained at here home Friday evening for members of the Beehive Swarm of the Nephi Ward. The evening was spent In working on their scrap book. A dainty luncheon was enjoyed by the following members of the class: Ruby Page, Ruth Carter, Geraldine Chappell. Enid Brough, LaRue Worthlngton. Mar-Jor- ie Gadd, an dtheir leader, Mrs. Floyd Sperry. Really a famous value! Silver Pel coat) have toft, smooth nap that looks like real for . . . they are warmly interlined and smartly styled with Johnny collars that can be turned up around tne crua , a ( leather trimming, Some price. PAGE FIVE X. L BAKERY Elgin Garrett, Prop. Insist on Our Bread - then-candida- Under Auspices of Studenti Body Association Of The Senior and Junior High School The appeal of magic and magi-clais genuine, powerful and universal. It is not confined to any nation or people and it is as poweras it fully exerted upon grown-up- s is upon children, who derive pleasure from a magic show that can only be equalled by the glamor of the circus. For this reason it is expected that Birch, the famous magician, will be host to capacity audiences of local people, when he presents his mystifying array of illusions at the High School Auditorium, December 3rd, at 7.30 p. m. The Birch production is one of the finest and most . magnificent now on tour and it Is undoubtedly the most complete ever presented here. Although he Is a young man, so great has been his experience and so ably demonstrated has been his exceptional talent that Thurston, the world's greatest, has publicly stated that Birch is the logical one to become the world's reigning king ns of magic when he retires from the stage. Included in the Birch repertoire are such magnificent illusions as the Vanishing Pony, in which a beautiful Shetland is caused to vanish while suspended in mid-ai- r, the Challenge Packing-Bo- x Escape in which. Birch will attempt to escape from a strong box constructed by a local lumber company, the beautiful Silk Mirage, said to be the most beautiful silk production act ever devised, the Canary and the Mazda Lamp, in which a live canary is shot Into burning light bulb and almost fifty other bewildering illusions. The advance ticket sale has already started and tickets may be from purchased School High students. Admission prices have been fixed remarkably low for an attraction of such high calibre and present an opportunity which has rarely been duplicated to see a master of his craft.