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PAGE FIVE' Ethel D, Rambeau Society Editor ; - , " Phone 494 : ' omein; .Club ancj . Lodge Newa PROVCy (UTAH) v EVENING HERALD AMONDAY OCTOBER . 3;f 1938 i rovo4vomen At Meeting In, opamsniiSi! ork Approximately '25 Irovo women attended the president's conference confer-ence of the;firetr district federated feder-ated Women'aclubs bfUUh, held Saturday fterhoon vin the new L. D. S. seminary building at Spanish Span-ish Fork. ... s ,. All of "the, -20 'clubs--comprising the district twere represented by the 75 women 'present, and a new club was Accepted; the Junior Thallan club of Spanish Fork, with Mrs. Roy Broadbent as president. presi-dent. This la the'flrst new Junior club to be accepted this year. Mrs.' Leslie Cornafcy, president, was in charge, and Mrs. H. C. Jacobs of Mt. Pleasant, state federation fed-eration president, and Mrs. Sterling Ster-ling Ercanbrack of Provb, second " vice president of the,stote organ- ization, made 'brief remarks. District appointive department- j al chairmen for the next year were ratified as follows: Public welfare, Mrs. S. W. Georges of Spanish Fork; press publicity, Mrs. J. S. Van Cott of Provo; International In-ternational relations, Mrs. Ada B. Straw of Springville; art, Mrs. Herald R. Clark, Provo. Education, Mrs. Arthur Gaeth 'of Provo; American home, Mrs. Hubbard Tuttle of Spanish Fork; legislation, Mrs. E. R. Mitchell of Lehi; junior club women, Mrs. J. Rulon Morgan of Provo; American Ameri-can citizenship, Mrs. Jarvis Ayde-lotte Ayde-lotte of American Fork; garden, Mrs. Neva Booth of Nephi; drama, Mrs. Lloyd Cullimore of Provo; Utah industries, Mrs. M. B. Wallace Wal-lace of Provo; music, Mrs. F. C. Packard of Springville; Club Women Wo-men G FW C, Mrs. Lee Snarr of Provo. y It was voted, to support as a project from the first district, the purchasing of much needed books for the training school at American Amer-ican Fjorir. Novel Favors Given At Qub Mr. and Mrs. Emeron Wall entertained en-tertained members of the Enevonte club Saturday evening at their home, progressive 500 being followed fol-lowed by a delicious supper. As Vavors, Mrs. Wall presented each guest with an attractive oil-painting oil-painting which she did on slabs of redwood during her trip through :he northwest. The scenes were favorite spots seen on the tour. Miss Ella May Haws, Robert Tcrrv and Miss Rema Allred of Dgden, weie guests, and the 'fol iowing members were present Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams, Mr. i nd Mrs. Percy Thatcher, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dixon, Mr and Mrs Rav Berrv. Mr. and Mrs. Beroell Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Hair, Miss Natella Nelson and Jesse Payne. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your common cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation, irri-tation, you may get relief now with Creomulsion. Bertous trouble may be brewing andr'you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy less potent than Creomulsion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble and aids nature to soothe and heal the Inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel germ-laden germ-laden phlegm. Even if other remedies have failed don't be discouraged, try Creomulsion. Creomul-sion. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied with the benefits bene-fits obtained. Creomulsion is one word, ask for it plainly, see that the name on tne Dottle is creomulsion. and youll get the genuine product and the relief you want. (Adv.) ROUGH DRY 75e. Includes thorough washing and rinsing, flat work Ironed, dried and starched. SIMPLICITY OF THE CURRENT FASHIONS IS GOOD SHOWCASE FOR NEW JEWELRY o - , ry rwnf. This array of new winter jewelry let in different shades' of gold; a sparkling jewelled center; a dramatic necklace of amethyst3 with a to wear with upswept coiffures; a choker (on the figure) of pearls and dhinestones; a chatelaine (lower (low-er right) and a cuff of gold beads. J- Junior Auxiliary Holds Nomination The older group of the Junior American Legion auxiliary nominated nom-inated officers at a meeting held at the home of lone Greer Saturday Sat-urday afternoon. Elections will take place al a party to be held in the near future. The following girls were nominated: nom-inated: For president, lone Greer, Edith Clark, Betty Jane Robison; first vice president, Edna Mae Hedauist. Shirley Harding, Ar- lene Knudsen; second vice presi-. dent, Loreen Newell, Mae Wag-staff, Wag-staff, Jane Hafcn; secretary, Helen Gardner, Algene Ballif, Veloy Singleton; treasurer, Betty Gray. Dianne Merrill, Arlyn Chat-win; Chat-win; historian, Oralyn Hedqulst, Mollie Young, Jacqueline Wragg; chaplain, Betty Jane Wood, Mavis Hafen, Nancy Cox; sergcant-at-arms, Joan Ballif, Annette Reynolds. Reyn-olds. Ruth Wood. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Birthdays Tuesday, Oct. 4 W. R. RITA MRS. A. N. MERRILL MRS. GLADYS S. SORENSON MRS. SIDNEY RUSSELL MRS. RAYMOND GREEN MRS FRED WESTPHAL MRS. ELSIE WESTPHAL HANCOCK MY WASHING IS SIMPLICITY ITSELF Basement slavery is moded! The modern to wash takes only 5 out-way out-way min- utes of your time! the TROY. way. That's simply gathering your clothes, send ing them to us, putting them away clean and fresh when we return them. "But the cost,!" you'll say, "What about that?" Well just this,' modern commercial laundering laun-dering has been proven more economical than home methods, everything considered! consid-ered! Choose from five economical services at the TROY! includes a tailored gold clip with flower pin with glittering jewels on ( Birthday Dinner Tendered Husband In compliment to her husband on the occasion of his birthday anniversary Mrs. C. H. McFar-land McFar-land entertained at a dinner party Sunday evening at the home. Covers were laid for: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cornell, Clifford Babcock, Mr. and Mrs. Elden Throckmorton, Mr. and Mrs. Emeron Wall, and Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Hair. Progressive 500 was played, Mrs.. Cprbell and Mr. Hair win- nine the favors. Autumn flowers were used to decorate. Prepare reakfast In Provo Canyon Nautilus girls of the B. Y. U. motored to Canyon Glen in Provo canyon, Sunday morning, where they prepared a delicious breakfast. break-fast. - , . . Later the group motored around the skyline drive. A. delightful time was enjoyed by the - following: Misses Marie Duff in, Shirley Redd, Mary Rowe, Orlene Bpyden, Doris Crane, Beth Pratt, Norma Crane. Jane Newell, New-ell, Kathryn Traher, Carol Driggs, Ivy Roberts, Helen Robinson, Dorothy Hedqulst, Mrs. Louise F. Heal, Mrs. Flo E. Robinson and a guest, Miss Patricia Higby. Bridge-Luncheon Proves Delightful A" 1:30 o'clock dessert-luncheon was given by Mrs. Arvel R. Morgan Mor-gan at her home Saturday, for members of the Cleofan club. Bridge followed, Mrs.. Wells Richmond winning the high score prize, Mrs. Roy Hoover, the second sec-ond favor and Mrs. Garn Carter, the guest award. Beautiful roses and other flowers of the season were used to decorate. Those present were: Mrs. G. R. Willett, Mrs. Ellis Peay, Mrs. David Goodman, Mrs. Arvel King, Mrs. Wells Richmond, Mrs. Neil Tuttle, Mrs. Frank Madsen, Mrs. William Whittle, Mrs. Roy Hoover, Hoov-er, Mrs. Melva Peay, and guests: Mrs. Leonard Sjoberg, Mrs. Frank Lawrence and Mrs. Garn Carter. - Saturday Night Dinner Party r A goup of friends formed a party and enjoyed a chicken dinner din-ner at. Riverside cafe Saturday evening. Later; they motored into . the canyon and engaged: in dancing at the Chalet in Vivian park. Included in the group were: Mr. and Mrs.' Rulon Greenwood. Mr. 'Snd' Mrs. Alfred Bennett, Mr, and Mrs. Roy ' Davis; Mr. - and Mrs. Andrew Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Rich-ardGrimmett, Rich-ardGrimmett, Mr.; and -Mrs.. Max Bills, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Eg gertaen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Borget, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Borget, Mr. and? Mrs?; Herbert Creviston, Mr. and Mrs.'- Bert ; Betersbn Mr; -and andi Mrs- Devy . and Mr.' and Mrs. Jack; Carlton of-IphL. crest of rhinestones; a bell bracei the petals; a gold earring with large pendant; a dangling earring meeUngs will be held ' . M. I. A Tuesday evening at 7:30 O'clock in the L. D. S. ward meeting houses. Reported programs apri pear Deiow. . , H- I A I I T. I I A I I AI U I UML KA . 1 I V ILOsAVjl second wabu , A go, program has been plan- An Era program, under ! thel,,.1! . t direction or miss rnyuis .tiaiia-day, .tiaiia-day, will be presented during the preliminary period. Short reviews of interesting articles from the Era will be given hy David Johnson, John-son, Miss Mary Dahlquist, Mrs. La Von H. Jones and Mrs. Emma Jone3. FIFTH WARD During the assembly program, a play, "Love Thy Neighbor, under un-der the direction of Miss Virginia Safford. will be presented by the following cast: Lillie Tidwell, Owen Robinson, Elizabeth Hill, Elden Ball and a Mr. Anderson. Miss Helen Holbrook will be reader. read-er. SIXTH WARD A one-act play, "Love Thy Neighbor," will be presented during dur-ing the .preliminary program by Patriarch A. M. Anderson, Paul S. Anderson, Afton Madsen, Earl Norton, Mrs. Miriam Christiansen and Mrs. Delia Loveridge. . The scriptural reading will be given by Zoe Bullock, and Virginia Freckleton and Steve Clark will also appear on the program. BONNEVILLE WARD The scriptural reading will be given by Shirley Harding and " skit, "Love Thy Neighbor," will be presented by the Second ward. A trumpet and clarinet -duet will be played by Rex and Noriene Miner! Provo Reports Whooping Cough One case of whooping cough in Provo City; two cases of whoop-in whoop-in e cough and one each of measles and scarlet fever in Utah county were reported for the week ending September 16 to state board, of health officials. rjfring Should De Eone: 'Digfifly Why Use! "Cjueap" Materials When YouCam& We Do Contract Viringr; Let Us Give You an Estimate 46North Univ. Ave! Cv 11 , Relief Society " Relief Society.s meetings- will be held : Tuesday afternoon to y the various ' Li D.' S.; ward' halls. The visitingteachers ' are to : meet at Xi45 o'clock and their atopic will be on Faith.; ? The theology, committee com-mittee has the 2:30 o'clock :pro-'lerrank.- to charsre. their subject to be .-'TheMediterranean . World to the Days of the Apostles" ; r FIRST WARD , MrsJMary Ercanbrack and Mrs. Josephine Johnson have the teach- ers"L todc in charge, venue mo theoloev lesson will be given by Mrs. Rust and Mrs. -Johnson. It 4s ursred that there be a full at tendance-: since special Business is to ibe, discussed. SECOND WARD The visiting teachers lesson wDl be presented by Mrs. 'Emma Jones: and the regular lesson will be elven by Mrs. Ruby reay, jars, Luella Washburn ana Mrs. jaerue Hiatt. Special music has been arranged, with Mrs. Ella R. Stubbs hi-charge. THIRD WARD Mrs. Vera1 Hunter and Mrs Goldie Kirk will give the lesson to the teachers, and Mrs. Georgia Bench and Mrs. Ziporah West over will have charge of the regu lar session. Music will be fur nished by the choir. FOURTH WARD The teachers will be given their lesson bv Mrs. Ann E. Wight, and Mrs. Agnes Crandall will present the theology lesson, a vocal soio will be rendered by Mrs. Evelyn McAffee. There will be a nursery for the children. FIFTH WARD The opening meeting of the season will be held Tuesday, the teachers' topic will be treated by Mrs. Lottie Anderson, and the theology lesson to be given by Mrs. Maude Richtas. SIXTH WARD The" first regular meeting of the season will convene. Mrs. J.' G. Webb will give the theology lesson, and Mrs. Lillian Anderson the teachers' topic. MANAVU WARD Mrs. A. R. McGregor has the "tteachers' topic in charge, and the B:S0 o'clock tneoiogy lesson win jgjven by Mrs. taisy Knell, I" f 1IM rM F. V .1 1 .MWLi WAnU y . itf Ehza Morrill and Mrs. Fiprence oaira win give iae ie- r - V' T-Vl . ' ... . . 1 ' son to the teachers, and Mrs. Em- mallne-Snow and Mrs. Hilda Farr will .present the theology lesson PIONEER WARD The' visiting teachers will be given their lesson by Mrs. Zella Moulton and Mrs. Lillie Dixon, and Mrs. Deon Webb will present the theology lesson. UTAH SOROSIS A meeting of the Utah Sorosis club will be held Wednesday at 3 p. m. at the home of Mrs. E. H Hansen in Springdell, Provo can- yon. Mrs. John E. Hayes will fur nish the program. O. S. ALUMNAE Members of the O. S. Alumnae will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Betty Westwood. LAS AMIOAS The Las Amigas club will meet at the home of Mrs. Louise An derson Tuesday at 2 o'clock, at which time election of officers will be held. FELICIA Members of the Felicia club will meet Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mary Bennett. An extemporaneous pro gram will be given by the mem bers. Primary Officers At Meeting Third ward Primary officers and teachers met at the home of Mrs. Inez 1 Anderson, with Mrs. Mont Wagstaff as assisting hostess. The lessons were planned and outlined, and each teacher presented pre-sented her group's work. Song practice followed, and a social hour was held after the meeting, during which refreshments were served to 20. . phone 418 V Programs - 3? Nothing Is As Flattering As A : Ddlmah-Sleve Frock PLAN THIRD HIKE Plans for a third Autumn hike next Saturday to Maple Flat were announced today by Mrs. Jena V. Holland, supervisor. The group THECIBJeaUS UALUES ARE RIGHT Ml THE FR0HT LIKES! (Dm DC Continues All This Week BY PUBLIC DEMAND At The Hundreds of Opening Safe Days, so ive are continnin;Tqmbrr' rqn this unexpected Var on Higfi Pricessp thai you can reapupj in Ladies' Winter Gbals Dresses-Hats - lYi ery - Shoes i Apparel . C" 1 'BY CAROL DAY -; How nice'' to ;Jiave" the "dolman Icome. back 'with a; bang!' Dolman sleeves iare so T soft' and rgracefuL See what an air of - elegance - and flattery they give td this otherwise very simple new design, Pattern " 8306.- - -v - ; . It's a perfect basic,: type, with" deep V-neckline that you, can vary ,"by - omitting the pleated, frill, and fusing triple-strand beads or heavy gOio cups, insieaa. au your cner- lished old-fashioned jewelry will look lovely against this dress, with smooth-hipped skirt and darts- on the shoulders. Dolman sleeves look best in soft. drapey materials. So for . 8306 choose velvet, rayon lereey- or pure dye silk. Pattern 8306 is designed ' for sizes 12, 14. 16, 18 and 20. With long sleeves, size 14 requires 3 yards of 39 inch material. With short, 3 yards; 7-8 yard of pleating for neckline. . The new 'FALL AND WINTER PATTERN BOCK, 32 pages of attractive at-tractive designs for every size and every occasion, is now ready. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn; a feature you will enjoy. Let the charming designs in this new book help you in your sewing. One Pattern Pat-tern and the new Fall and Winter Pattern book 25 cents. Pattern or book alone IS cents. For a PATTERN of this attractive attrac-tive model send 15c in COIN, your NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER NUM-BER and SIZE to PROVO HER ALD, TODAY'S PATTERN BU REAU, 149 New Montgomery St., San Francisco, Gal. will leave Maeser and Franklin schools at 9 a. m. with their lunches. Thirty five enjoyed the hike last Saturday. o n people were unable jrttMicmd Children's rJearirig ;srjic::onc3nnnD:c'SAUE- PDC8ES' 'ADEV Cl USD! Beta Sigma Delta ; Honors Bride-EIect: Honoring Miss - Edith Elmer of . Payson, bride-elect,-' members of -1 the Utah Delta chapter of - Beta1 Sigma Phi gave a breakfast at ' Haase cafe Sunday morning. The long table was gay with black pottery bowl of black-eyed. Susans, and pretty corsages were5 given as favors. The complimented : guest was presented with a beau-' tiful pair of silver - candlesticks, with the sorority insignia inscribed, inscrib-ed, also, a gay-colored bouquet made, from wash cloths. Plans were made for the first rush "party, to be held Thursday at the home of Miss Chris ta Olsen. The Misses Lois Hill and Inez Ott ; comprise the committee, Soror-ity Soror-ity songs were sung and pictures'-' taken. Those present ; were: Miss Edith Russell, Miss Orpha Law . and Miss Cora Vest of Provo, and the following from Payson:-Misa Theima Vest, Miss Florence Pick- :. ering, Miss Edith Elmer, Miss -r Kathleen Simons, Miss Inez Ott, Miss Annabelle Pace, Miss .-Lois Powell. Miss Jean Marie McKell, Miss Chris ta Olsen and Mrs Ruth Hill Weight. How Woman in Their 40's Can Attract Hon Hera's good adTle for a vomu Nutria her ehanr (usually from SS to 62), who Imi- hell lose ber appeal to men, who motrit bout hot flashec. Ion of pep, dixx7 ipeU. upset nerrea aod moodjr apeUa. Just get more freah air, 8 hra. aleep and It ra need a reUable "WOMAN'S" toaie Uke ydia E. Piokham'a Vegetable Compound. -made mperidUr for vmms. It heipa Nature -build up physical reaUtaace, thua help gi more vivacity to enjoy Ufa and assist calming calm-ing jittery nerves and those disturbing rymp to ma that often accompany change oi Lie. -rinkham's is WELLWORTU trying. . to attend th 0 - - j , sk. v Hin L y.