|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
SECTION TWO PROVO (UTAH) EVENING HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1 9 3 6 PAGE ONE SPANISH FORK HAPPENINGS MRS. EFFIE DART, Reporter Phone 168 Mrs. J. H. Roese and children a gift of remembrance. There were Catherine and James of Los Angeles, An-geles, California, arrived here Saturday Sat-urday for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Sorenson, Jr. She was accompanied accom-panied home by Miss Ardena Sorenson Sor-enson who has spent the winter in Los Angeles. Mrs. Roese left Wednesday morning for her home, her husband met her in St. George to drive the remainder of the trip. Mrs. A i villa Thomas was hostess host-ess to the Utopia club at her home in Palmyra Thursday evening. Luncheon in which the Easter motif was carried out .vas served at the card tables at 8:30. Four tables of bridge followed, Mrs. Mary Gardner winning the high score for the club and Mrs. Catherine Cath-erine Hansen the guest prize. Additional Ad-ditional guests were Mrs. Parker Thomas. Miss Phyllis Ford, Mrs. Paul Ford and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas the two latter of Provo. Mrs. Leo Cutler and Mrs. Howard How-ard Zabriskie were joint hostesses at a bridge-luncheon, given Friday Fri-day evening in honor of Mrs. Olin Zabriskie who us leaving Friday to twelve present. The function was held at the home of Mrs. Cutler. The M. I. A. of Palmyra ward gave their closing social Tuesday Tues-day night in the form of a ward party with Mrs. Margaret R. Zabriskie Za-briskie in charge. Wm. H. Nielsen offered the opening prayer after which the following program was given: .Travelogue. Mrs. .Kate Thomas; rustic minstrel show, directed di-rected by Mrs. Minn Halvorsen and Mrs. Kate Thomas, soloists were Mrs. Catherine Hansen and Mark Roach and there were 3E members of tne M. I. A. taking part in singing, dancing and other features, auction sale, with Edward Ed-ward Thomas, auctioneer. This was a very amusing feature and caused much merriment. Refreshments Refresh-ments were served by the M. I. A. officers to 150 guests. Blaine Hansen Han-sen offered the closing prayer. ITALy DEFENDS HERSELF ROMX April 8 M'.l'i- The newspaper news-paper Giornale D'ltalia, denying charges that Italy is using poison gas in Ethiopia, charged that British Brit-ish firms are supplying gas and other war chemicals to EmDeror join her husband at Washington, ; f-aile Selassie D. C. Luncheon was served at the j card tables at s iclock, decorations decora-tions carrying out the Easter idea, j Grasshoppers, like other m-Four m-Four table.- of bridge followed, : sects, breathe through openings Mrs. Carrie Tripp of Springville ; in the sides of their abdomens and winning the high score. The cannot be drowned by holding hi not ed guest was presented with their heads under water. Pa-port of Condition of the FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Of Provo in the State of Utah, at the Close of Business: on Mar. 28, H3. ASSETS Loans and discounts $ l(j4,9L8.7S Overdrafts 4 59.11 United States Government obligations, direct and or tully guaranteed 88,511.03 Other bonds, stocks, and securities 170. 725.51 Banking house. $26. P00. 00 Furniture and Fixtures. SI 0.938.25 37.S3S.25 Real estate owned other th;m banking houe 14.205.08 Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 56.650. 56 Cash in vault and balances with other- banks 2.54,173.62 Outside cheeks and other cash items1 15.274.37 Other assets 1.049.39 TOTAL ASSETS SI. 103.816. 30 LIABILITIES Demand deposits except United States Government deposits, public funds and Vie posits of other bank.- $ 450, 075. 5 Time deposits, except postal savings, public funds and deposits of other banks 369. 318 3s Public funds of States, counties, school districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities 97.X3S.52 United States Government and postal savings deposits . . s. 730 49 Deposits of other banks, including certified and cashiers' checks outstanding '. ls.s63.96 Total of items 1 to 5: la i Secured by pledge of loans and or investments None i h j Not Secured by pledge of lo.ms ,.nd or investments $914,S27.20 m i TOTAL DEPOSITSN $944,827.20 Interest, taxes and other expenses accrued and unpaid . . 4.o,",3 51 Capital account: Common stock. 1000 .-hares, par $100.00 per share SI 00.000. IK) Capital debentures 25.000.00 Surplus 25.000.fK) Undivided Profits net 4.745.59 Debentures retirement fund 210.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT 151.955.59 TOTAL LIABILITIES Sl.103.spj.30 STATE OF UTAH County of Utah V .1 Bird, heir.g first duly .sworn according to law deposes ;ind .lavs, that ne i.s Cashier of the above named hank and that the above and forgoing report contains a lull, true and correct statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 2Sth day of March. 1936. - - V .1 BIRD Snln'i.'d . i r n 1 ;;worn to befoie Mr this tilli day o April. 1936 LEROY .1 OLSEN ' SEAL' Notary Public Residing at Pn.vo Utah My Com.inus.-ion will expire March 21. 193s Correct. Attest ""ALEX HEDQUIST J ELM ER JAfOP.SEN JOHN T TAYLOR Iire tor., STALL OF I T A 1 I Office Bank ( "'inn;is.4ioner I. Rulo;: F Starlev. Bank Com u.is.M.on-r o! the Stale oj Utah, do hereby crr!y that the foregoing is a true ..id correct copy of the stater,, ' 'he a hove named company. Med in n.v olfice on April 8. 1936, R F STAPLE Y Bank Commissioner TO CURB 'D. D.' f a : 5 c? cs? :;""": Report Reveals? Low Death Rate There were only ten deaths in Prcvo during the month of Mach, and but seven of these were in the city proper, three occurring in the Utah State hospital. This unusually low monthly death rate is revealed in the quarterly quar-terly report of Dr. C. M. Smith, city physician, whose report shows Salt Lake City is considering a new means of warfare on drunken drivers, installation of "D. D." plates on the cars of those convicted. con-victed. Robenia Hooper displays a model of the suece.-ted Dlates. OREM , Mr and Mrs. MRS. MERRILL ('RANDALL Reporter Phone 026-R-M The following people from Oiem attended the L. I). S temple excursion ex-cursion in Salt Lake Tuesday: ftom Shut on ward. Mrs. Neta Blair. Mrs. Stella Duffm. Mr John A. Vance. Mi Sam Johnson Mr. Sam Bradshaw. Mrs. George Sidweli. Bishop an.". Mrs. Joseph Finch From Tlmpanogos there were Mr. Moses A. Rowley David L Rowlt v. Sr.. Mr Mrs. C Wilford Larson! Lucy Rasmusse,:. Mrs Noia ler. Mrs. Amelia Latta and Beatrice Rowley. Mrs P G Peterson visited with her- .sister, Mrs. L. P. Condie, in Salt Lake City Sunday. Mrs. Ma i ia in Biadshaw gave t he theology lesson in the Sharon ward Relief society meeting Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Lucilc Anderson and Mrs. Adele Fielding .sang a duet and the remainder of tin time was spent in a testimony testi-mony meeting. Mr. and Mrs G YYilfoid Lar-son Lar-son spent f-v-veral days of the W'-ek with iclativ The Lake View :ented the play Susanna" in the am ust m ning. Mr. a attcnde Zea land Lalo nt hail s in Ephraim M I. A. nre- "The Charming Sharon ward Wednesday eve- id Miv J. Ailen Bellow.-the Bellow.-the reunion of the New missionaries held in Salt City Saturday evening BREAKzAfSEAl- andnjay tetth choice of 2IGUASTI WINES! There is a GUASTI Wine for every taste and every need. Red wines, White wines, sweet wines, dry wines. Wines for before, storing and after meals. Drink your choice with fu!! confidence con-fidence that not a drop will come from the bottle that GUASTI didn't seal in at the vineyards. Say GUASTI and get full-bodied, full-flavored wines. They h.;d attended conference during tht- lay-Mrs. lay-Mrs. Maitha Reynolds gave the teachi is 'topic lor the Timpano-Uos Timpano-Uos Relief ."ex-iety TiH'.-.iiay and Mrs. Lexy Ha iris gave the the-ologv the-ologv .s.-on. RFC LOANS AI'THOKIZKI) WASHINGTON. April 10 l Without a ttcord vote, the senate j today pa-s-ed a bill authorizing the Reconstruction Finance coi pora- : tion to make loans aggregating 550.000,000 for rebuilding property; damaged by floods. Several forts ylonu the Panama Canal afford it protection. They j are Forts Sherman. Randolph. De Lesseps Amador. Davis, and Clay- ton. L UNION PACIFIG STAGES lU'SKS EVERYWHERE! Fast. Convenient Runs. Stopovers Stop-overs enroute it desired at Low Reduced Fares. Now is the time to plan your trip. IMON KI S DEPOT I'HONE 310 that scarlet fever led all contagious contag-ious diseases in the first quarter of 1936. TV. V lfnMnl. . r- .... iuoi iuan.il waa a iuw poiiiu iui deaths is seen in comparing it j with January and February, when there were 22 for each month. Heart trouble and pneumonia are the leading causes. Births continued at a substantial substan-tial rate all three months, although February, the shortest month, had the most, with 41. There were 33 births in January and 33 in March. The sexes were distributed distrib-uted almost identically, with 54 males and 53 females. Scarlet fever led contagious diseases all three months, there being 43 cases in January, 40 in ! February and 39 in March. Close behind came pneumonia, chicken pox, German measles and whooping whoop-ing cough, with scattered cases of small px, measles, diphtheria and mumps. Dr. Smith has made 296 contagious con-tagious calls, 9 sanitation inspections, inspec-tions, and cared for 860 school children. He also gave medical aid to 138 indigent persons. TRAINING SCHOOL DIRECTOR SPEAKS PAYSON.-Dr. H. H. Ramsay, director of the state training school at American Fork and president of the Utah State society so-ciety for Mental Hygiene, gave an illustrated lecture, "Looking ahead with mental hygiene," at a largely attended meeting of the Parent-Teacher association held Wednesday night at the Wilson Little Theater. He brought a stu dent from the training school to assist with the musical program and also to illustrate the possibilities possi-bilities of the school. Miss Pearl Bigler, president ot the P.-T. A., was in charge pt the meeting and the excellent program was arranged by Principal Prin-cipal N. Blaine Winters. In Majorca. Balearic Islands Christmas turkeys are bought early so they can be shown off. The birds are taken for daily walks by the purchasers. 2 STOPPED UP NOSTRILS mil cf mm mmmam) om due to coldU Us Men! hoi a tun to lielp opm the nostrils and permil froer breathing. rprTTTTTir'Hli,,:" M If you. prefer noe drop, or throat spray, call for the MEW MEMTHQLATUM LIQUID In handy bottle with dropper FASHION "FINDS D O to 0 w,w J In EASTER FROCIC Aain Scars Low Markup Plan achieves the seemingly impossible! Who'd ever dream these sparkling new fashions with all manner of intricate "dres-srJaker" detail cost a mere $3.98? Gay iNnety sleeves pleated frills--organdy and lace edgings allover pleats and other delightfully feminine whims for spring and summer. Smooth acetates and rough crepes Flower-garden colors so flattering to wear. Watch for the Green Tag- it means GUARANTEED SAVINGS! Sizes 14 to 20. COLORS: Iris. Grey, Rose. Forgct-MeNot Blue. WATCH . FOR THE1 GREEN TAG NEW EASTER HATS C3 CSC All the new colors, shapes and sizes are waiting for you in Sears millinery department. You've never stepped into a store that offered you values like these. You save at Sear! " Ait" 1 - SHOP AND COMPARE AT SEARS HONEYSUCKLE" DRESSES $ 1 OO Fiosh new Honeysuckles . . . styles that will win your- heart. Dainty fabrics in sheers, organdy, dimity and voile.-. NEW SMART ! , - HAND BAGS 79c Fabrics and simulated leather's all ultra-smart . . and very roomy! Sensationally low priced. Royal Purple A GRAND ASSORTMENT NECKWEAR LOVELY NEW STYLES f.lESIl GLOVES 5c Frilly ruffs. jalx)ts. vestees and tailored types in hi;h and low nock typos. You'll want several at this low price. 45c ('"rdfd BengHlxniri(i;Kiiy(u Jklrvsh. Genuine Bembrg quality which. c(S you know is "tops". Hosiery 70c KNEE LENGTH OR REGULAR Ciear as a raindrop . . . Fine gauge full fashioned French heels, sandal soles. Complete range of smart shades. KNEE LENGTH Pure thread silk Genuine lastex tops, full 'TLOlt fashioned 3 for $1.00 r.lESII HOSIERY Fine or medium mesh. Full fash ioned, pure silk picot tops $1.00 TO COMPLETE YOUR EASTER OUTFIT $ en a : 'it's. ' , WW It's a wise foot, that chooses these shoes. Sheer magic, the way they combine comfort com-fort with friyolous modern style. They're phenomenal values at this price. Sizes 4 to 8. A and C widths. Shop At Sears and Save! ran mmm m m imp Every Day A Value Day!