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Thursday, April 26, 1956 THE TIMES-NEW- p9 n NEPHI, UTAH S, Nephi Club News Mrs. David L. Bailey was host ess to the Chalice Literary Club rcently. Business matters were and Mrs. Jack Shaw discussed, gave an interesting talk on food and nutrition. Members present were Mrs. Madge Otteson, Mrs. Kempton Motes, Mrs. Frank Pew, Mrs. El wood Jenkins, Mrs. Lamar Paxman, Mrs. Waldon Reed, Mrs. Heber Metnmott, Mrs. bteve Greenwood, Mrs. Ronald Jones, Mrs. Clark Greerihalgh and the hostess,, Mr es. Bailey. FOR SALE 2 used washing machines Call 298W. 4 p. m. on Tuesday BAZAAR May 8 at the Third Ward Recreational hall Quilts, Aprons, many Mothers' Day gifts for sale Refreshments will be sold Sponsored by the Third Ward Relief Society. Mrs. Worthington Is Booklore Club Hostess BEDDING PLANTS ARE NOW Excellent supply READY everything transplanted into foil containers Petunias, Asters, Mrs. J. E. Worthinton was host Snaps, Salvia, Glad Bulbs, pepon members Club Booklore ess to tomatoes and others ., pers, many " , ' ' April 19. Mrs. Roy Greenhalgh, Nephi Floral, 213 East Fifth No. M f?li -J, . hnnden ..... vice president, was in charge of me rtii rorces -- anarx noses along wi HPD OWN As- flaminp rnrkpi flight course after launching from Patrick Air Force Base Fla First of the her over-watthe meting. Mrs. A. V. Gadd gave DO YOU WANT to get rid of nation's intercontinental ballistic missiles to be unveiled, the Snark is propelled by a an excellent talk on "Preparing your old rags? The Third Ward turbojet for Old Age". Refreshments were MIA can use them We can use engine. There s an automatic guidance system in the Northrop-develope- d missile which is served to Mrs. Greenhalgh, Mrs. all materials but prefer clean cotdesigned to search out a target, day or night. It is unaffected by weather or temperature. In test runs, the nose carries electronic equipment which radios performance data back to monitors. Wallace Garrett. Mrs. Glade San ton rags with buttons and zipIf launched during hostilities, the weapon would carry a warhead, presumably atomic In nature ders, Mrs. Roscoe Garrett, Mrs. pers removed. If you have any. Alton S. Gadd,( Mrs. Lonn j. please call 545 or 416W or have Mrs. Helen Lee, Mrs them boxed and on your porch Lua Stephenson. The history of son gave a report on the DUP Christensen, Mrs. Lee J. Olsen, the special by 4:00 p. m. on Friday April 27 Plushe Read Hanks and Ephraim convention in Salt Lake City. Re guest, Mrs. Gadd, and the hostess.r K. Hanks was given by Elizabeth They will "be picked up between freshments were served to the 20 Mrs. J. E. Worthington. 4 and 7 p. m. Proceeds to go The Fort Wall Camp of the Black. The lesson, the Price of present by Lua Stephentoward the Third Ward building Daughters of Utah Pioneers met Pioneering, was given by Olive members GreenVivian son, Pearl Paxman, fund. on April 13 at the home of Mrs. Broadhead. Mrs. Alliepp An,w. halgh and Florence Anderson. Club Holds Opti-Mr- s. -- -- -"- er NEPHI NEWS On Anril 9. Mrs. Norma Will iams was hostess to the Opti-MrClub. The evening was spent in discussion of the club's couple's party. Those present were Mrs. Jean Yates. Mrs. Vera Gable. Mrs. Vonda Hansen, Mrs. Phyllis Belliston, Mrs. vvanaa wsramon, n Mrs. LaRae Christensen, Mrs. Llewellyn, Mrs Beatrice Winn and the hostess, Mrs Williams. 23. Mrs. Beatrice On Winn had the regular meeting at her home. Tftose in attendance were Mrs. Voneal Ostler. Mrs. Vrn flrdile. Mrs. Ava Christen sen, Mrs. LaRue Christensen, Mrs. Vonda Hansen, Mrs. Wanda Mem-mot- t, Mrs. Phyllis Belliston and the hostess, Mrs. Winn. l many vaktM youll find l yOW IOA food Stor, during in Utl A iw of rh Hr V Ht arm produdi lhal you tccond btg wwfc of ttw v popular top brand and aU a oric thai mean added iavfl to you . satisladn know (Man suwanlosd vo mora at ICA. . and you'll find you Whan you chock out . . . chock up wl' CHEF BOY On Sunday, April 22, Mrs. Eva 3 for 35c NateMat J Arf DEE 3 2 bags PURITY COOKIES W Assorted JELLO 10 flavors GERBER 1 1 CEREALS GERBER '5 17 CEREAL QUADS INSTANT Gerber Strained C for RR CARNATION CHOCOLATE e 5 DRY MELK Orange Juice .... 0 RRi 9 for AQi Gerber Strained C for BANANAS SPAM or SNACK 12 oz Gerber Strained ...... MEATS FOODS EGG YOLKS w Evaporated MILK 4 tall tins Morning ggg BETTY regular price of 1 2 oz. can PRICE INCLUDES lOt OFF 6 for 1.00 TOMATO JUICE 46oz 2 for 49 JUICE 46 oz 25c CHUNK TUNA - - 2 for 49c lb bag SKINLESS FRANKS CUDAHY PURITAN BACON VEAL Q STEAKS-Ne- w - AND I GAVE OUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY. EVERYONE CAN HELP CONQUER CANCER WITH A CHECKUP AND A CHECK ! pkgs WHOLESUN6ozcans-yforlO- WHITE-- -3 Taste Treat TOMATOES FIRM, RIPE OPEN for Pontiac's power plant and for nothing else! The blazing action of 227 horses is g action yours in a flash with the positive, of gears plus an amazing liquid coupling for a smooth, uninterrupted flow of power to the wheels. Bring yourself up to date come in and pilot the surprise car of the year you'll soon see what especially high-steppi- ng Strato-Strea- k no-la- the talk's all about! And don't be afraid to ask about price, for that's another pleasant surprise the one that, will let you boss the best on the road for a great deal less than you probably think! a xtmt option. and the price won't stop you!r nm II LBS 21 1 - - 8 a. m. Strato-Flig-ht O CRISP SOLID HEADS . . . . . 39c lb CO ue all-ne- w - - 69c ORANGE JUICE RED OR 1956, King Features Syndicate, Inc. World right! pkg..U5 PICTSWEET STRAWBERRIES. LETTUCE 2 lb - Thick sliced CHOPS - - only MINUTE FROZEN FOODS CHICKEN THIGHS pkg -CUT UP FRYERS high-torq- The car says cQT. NEW SPUDS IVi -- 1.00 IT SALMI DRESSfNC IGA PEAS or Cut Beans McFARLAND'S PKGS CAKE MIXES 7 for 1.00 IGA ,P)7 tiny IGA XTRA WHIPT IGA PINEAPPLE WONDERFUL BLONDIE Hydra-Mati- c The word's getting around fast the big, handsome husky you see here is the big surprise that caught the industry a year or so off balance! But it didn't corne as any surprise to Pontiac engineers that they had the year's performance sensation. They knew all along that it would be, because they started from scratch and designed the most modern and efficient high compression, V-- 8 engine in America! l2 lb RED KARO 1 Then they tailored an the Surprise Car of the Year! Even Flo BABY OQ BOTTLES 8oz plastic CROCKER IGA CORN Cream or WK IGA I WENT FOP A CAHCEQ DAGWOOD, CHECKUP TODAY AND I'M JUST FINE! UTAH STATE SOIL CONSER VATION COMMITTEE Legal notice of the Results of Election for Supervisors In the Juab Soil Conservation District, Notice is hereby given by the Utah Sstate boil Conservation Committee that in the matter of the election in the Juab Soil Conservation District, such election was duly conducted by said State Committee within said District on April 18, 1956, for the election of three supervisors of said Soil Conservation District A canvass of the results of said election shows that Arvil Wank-ie- r, Edgar Christesen, and Hugh Sperry, being the three candidates who received the greatest number of votes, are hereby declared the elected supervisors of said Soil Conservation District. By order of the Utah State Soil Conservation Committee. ARIEL M. JORGENSEN Come in and Drive 25' 9 C LB carton to 6 p. m. Daily Pontiac Qatdimxo j TimH A LOCALLY OWI ,ID AND OPERATED COMPLETE SMOKING AND CURING SERVICE PHONE 57 NEPHI, UTAH 56 EAST CENTER OmilAl MOTOtS MASTHMICl- -f AII1Y FtlCID AMD MIHY tOU- M- KepM Mottjr Co. 105 West Center at or By Chic Young in the Performance Department ! Gerber Strained O for AQn FREE 3D COOKIE CUTTERS OFF J for OO Gerber JUNIOR CE1SCO or FLUFFO SPECIAL Blondie MEET THE NEW BOSS Gerber Strained C (or RRa "O FOODS I FOR SALE APARTMENTS FOR RENT Excellent Jersey Milk Cow H. Summer rates Phone 323J Kendall apartM. Golden ments, phone 344. Bonsteel of Provo, Kenneth Hoyt Chairman and three sons, Terry, Mark and Dennis, and the hostess, Mrs. Eva Date of publication: April 26, 1956 in The Times-New- s, Hoyt. Nephi. MEAT BALLS & GRAVY Hoyt entertained at a family dinner dn honor of her son Ballard, on his birthday anniversary. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ballard Hoyt and Miss Sandra Lflgj msf GOOD USED INNERSPRING MATTRESS and matching box APARTMENT OR RENT springs for sale reasonable at the furnished Chapman Furniture Co. Sleep 195 East Center unfurnished Phone 300. Call 593J. in comfort s. Jo-an- CAMPBELL TOMATO SOUP FOR SALE Boginners 2-heels wheel bicycle Balance Phone 460. practically new Two Interesting Meetings BRANDS YOU KNOW and TRUSTf v FOR SALE One used Ford New block last fall Tractor Call or see Jack Shaw. ANOTHER SPRING SHIP MENT of modern lamps and beautiful shades has just arrived Chapman Furniture Co. Phone 66 Nephi Utah !