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v PAGE- FOUR ' PROVO (UTAH)-SUNDAY t . 1 Missionaries Entertained At Party The residence of Mr. and Mrs. C A. Dahlquist was the scene of an enjoyable party Friday evening, eve-ning, when they entertained In nonor of Bill Clark and Wood-row Wood-row Washburn, who are leaving soon for the Palestine-Syrian mis- th in CLASSIC VEIN They're irresistable, these fashions for fall . . smartly suave will be milady's dress , . casually simple yet achieving that gay smartness smart-ness that is the "ne plus ul-tra" ul-tra" of the designers' art . and the man that can resist them - . frankly, be won't be worth bothering about. First, there's the color . . regal, mysterious alluring black. Lending the glamorous glamor-ous enchantment of its somber som-ber hue that charms and delights with its aid of the strange and unknown. What ccrold provsiore lovely! Then, taking its name from the current cinema is "Good Earth" ... mindful of the dignity and patience of the ages ... a shade bordering on quiet somber--ness, yet set to scintillating gayness by just the slightest tinge pf red. Quite by contrast con-trast . is the mellowness of cooling darkest green new ' tones, of which Scotch promises to be a favorite. Rust, and Browns nutoj and chocolates will blend with autumnal coloring in pleasing pleas-ing harmony. Dresses modeled ill the Classic vein will feature the smartly tailored with style, cut, material and colox combined com-bined In quiet richness of beauty. Shoulders shall be broad, gallant; waist and hips, firm, and small. Autumnal coats are cast in somewhat straighter vein, and for the sporting-minded, the reversibles, as in tweed and gabardine, are topstride favorites. Hats . . . what a gay variety there is this fall! Off-the-face models, berets, toques, tiny bretons, sports models in blacks and browns and rusts. Shoes . . two-tones are the peak, in suede with patent, duo-color duo-color combinations. Sports cast their spell on the fashions of milady with even here lines of classicism prevailing. What clever, becoming be-coming designs . . with woolen actionpleated skirts tweeds, mixtures, checks and plaids extremely popular. popu-lar. Sweaters in contrasting gayeties of color are excellent excel-lent accompanists with the high neck models featured 'neath buttoned full-sleeved cardigans. It's a season of classic simplicities, exciting and mystic, dignified yet gay. . Best, all these enchanting favorites of fall are here . . yours to delight in at Fir-mage's! Fir-mage's! And whether you're gayly set for that fall term at school, that honeymoon, that long-planned vacation, you'll find this great- season's kindly in cost. Be excitingly enticing in these .glamorous creations of autumnal days and eves, thrill to the classic glories of the entirely new" ... . and recall, it's Firmage's for Fall! t j owners, srru BEGIN '.V PROVO. tJIAU sion field of the L.D.S. church. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Clark and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Washburn were special guests, also the parents and wives of the 12 Second ward missionaries mission-aries who are out in the various fields at the present time. Community singing of mission songs was led by Joseph H. Taylor, Tay-lor, and readings were given by Mrs. I. Sander. A vocal duet was rendered oy-Mrv-Taylor and Mrs. Olga M. Cook and Mrs. Cleo Thatcher and Mrs. Cook sang, accompanied ac-companied by Mrs. Stella Taylor. Remarks were made by the missionaries mis-sionaries and their parents, after which various games were played, under the direction of Miss Mary Dahlquist and Mrs- Hazel Watts. Don B. Cottam of St. George, who is returning to his home from a mission in Germany, and who was a missionary companion of Robert Rob-ert Green, made brief remarks, and letters were written tp the young men, these to be read after they are in the field. Delicious refreshments were served to the honor guests and their parents, also to Bishop and Mrs. Benjamin H. Knudsen, Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. W. Raymond Green, HfS. Virjrinia Green, Mr. and Mrs T. A. Madsen, Mrs. Olga M. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thatcher, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mortensen, Miss Hazel Watts, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Halladay, Mr. and Mrs. Ole E. Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Spendlove, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stubbs, Mr. and' Mrs. Ara M. Davis, Bishop and Mrs. Sharp Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Emil K. Nielsen, Mrs. Ralph Stubbs. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Thatcher, Mrs. I. Sander. Miss June Fautin, Windston Dahlquist, Miss Bettv Peterson, Miss Mary Dahlquist, Stanley Gunn of Lojran. Mrs. Florence Flor-ence R. Dean of Shell v THahn Don B. Cottam of St. George wo4uiu ana uayien Dahlquist oiiu v. a. uaniquist. Sr. . Beauty Shop Changes, Hands -Mrs. Lorraine Eggertsen, well-known well-known Provo beautician, has taken tak-en oyer the Milady Beauty Shop at 87 North University avenue, formerly operated by Mrs. E. L. Parker, who has left to join her family in Canada. Mrs. Eggertsen has been here to make arrangements for the change, aand is leaving for Poca-tello, Poca-tello, Ida., to dispose of her beauty beau-ty shop there, which she has managed for the past four and a half years. She will be in Provo permanently perman-ently after Oct. 1, and will be assisted by Miss Lucille Parker and Miss Helen Spencer, who are now receiving patrons at the Milady Mi-lady shop, as they did under the management of Mrs. Parker. Can You Pass the Close-up Test for Body Odor? use HUSH and be sure! CREAM or POWDER 25C and 50c At Your Favorite Toilet Goods Counter III now Is the Time to Register at Provo School of Beauty Culture We cannot supply calls for professional operators! 11 East First North PHONE 2 . MOVING If moving call te Hard Transfer. Modern equipment and men who know how to handle the most fragile furni-tnre, furni-tnre, FJIONB 148 . . Many Attend Shower For Bride A bridal shower was given by Mrs. Enoch Muhlestein and her daughters, Miss Wanda Muhlestein of Provo, and Mrs. Ted Lewis of Spanish Fork, Friday evening at the family . home for Mrsi Jesse Muhlestein, the former Vivian Sparks. Beauitful garden flowers were used as a decoration. Tell Muhlestein Muhle-stein entertained with musical se lections; Bert Weight gave a toast to the groom; a reading was given by Wanda Muhlestein and a vocal solo by Inez Muhlestein. A number of enjoyable games were played and a deucious luncheon was served to 50 guests, including several from out-ot-town. Beautiful and useful gilts were presented to the bride, who wae also honored at a delightful affair in Nephi last week. 36 3f Surprise Party Proves Delightful A group of Spanish Fork friends pleasantly surprised Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Egilson Friday evening at their juome. Included in the party were: Mr. and Mrs. William Jarvis, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Keele, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson, Mrs. Maggie Braithwaite, Mrs. Emil Johnson, Mrs Sarah Warner and Mrs. Mary Higgeson. Five hundred was played, Mrs. Sarah Warner and D. E. Simmons winning the favors. A tasty luncheon lunch-eon followed. Pioneer Daughters At Enjoyable Picnic Camp No. 2. Daughters of Utah Pioneers enjoyed a picnic in. Pio - ... . neer park Friday afternoon. A variety of novel games were played, prizes being won ijv Mrs. Vera Nelson, Mrs. Emma Taylor, Mrs. Fannie Hedquist, Mrs. Hazel Lewis and Mrs. Ada Wad-dell. Wad-dell. A delicious supper was served, places being set for 22 women at one long table. sfc Ofr sj Dinner Guests From Coast Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Harding entertained at a delicious dinner Thursday afternoon at their home, in ionor of Mrs. Harding's brother, broth-er, and their wives, Mr. and Mrs William T. Nelson and LeRoy Nelson Nel-son of Los Angeles, also Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mills and son Bobbie. The entertaining rooms were beautifully decorated with French petunias, and music and chat proved enjoyable. Here Are These Famous Styles in . . . 1 PERFECT Always up-to-the-minute with the newest fashions ... and these lovely shoes are as comfortable com-fortable as they are colorful! Both the side tie and the pump come in blended shades of brown... or in black with vintage and grey!Seethem! 4 X-W; V X. f;t Jfl X 4 rJ NV . X 1v&Jt Ws SmdrtTo Be Thrifty" Prdvo i J- :- i t y. Briefs jjC t in ' i In i : " m Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Hood of Mesa, Ariz., were visitors in Provo Saturday. . . . C A. Olsen was2 removed to the home of his mother in Provo Saturday Sat-urday from the Aird hospital, where he underwent a major operation oper-ation 17 days ago. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Nelson left for their homes in Los Angeles after a week's vacation here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wil-liam O. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mills and son Bobbie and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills of Fair-view Fair-view returned with them for an indefinite stay at Huntington Park, calif. Mrs. Mattie West and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tracey and children, Audrey and Kenneth of San Francisco, Fran-cisco, Cal.. and Mrs. Augusta Gibson Gib-son of Salt Lake City, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gibson. . . Mrs. Lynn Hayward and daughter daugh-ter have returned home from Bear iaxe, Idaho, where they have been spending the summer with ner motner, Mrs. Eliza B. Cook. Mrsc. Ella Deal Strain of San Diego. Cal., a B. Y. U. graduate of several years aro. is vimnr friends and relatives in Provo and Springville for two weeks- Harold Anderson returned Sat-urday Sat-urday morning from Denver, Colo., where he has been attending sessions ses-sions of the National Underwriters Underwrit-ers convention. Mr. Anderson is connected with the Beneficial Life Insurance company. Mrs. Melissa Lewis rotllrnArl n001 Friday from a three-months' w4i inn v j ' which time she visited with her sister, Mrs. R. H. Cowan of San Francisco; her brother. Georsre Manwill of Concord and her son, Kenneth Lewis of Pittsburg! Cal. In company with Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth Lewis, she spent a week at Yosemite National park, visited Muir Woods and Coolidge national redwood park, Eurekji, Cal. On her return, she. had h enjoyable visit with friends ft Merced, and Los Angeles, Lj&s Vegas, and visited Boulder dam. In Los Angeles, she called on Mr and Mrs. Alfred Parsons Mr. and Mrs. George Alnge and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes, well known here. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert SulliviMi (Bessie Durnell) have retunted home from a delightful two weeks' honeymoon trip to San Diego, Cal., and will make their home in Logan Lo-gan after Monday. Mrs. Harry Sherwood and chil- REG. U. S. PAT. Nationally advertised . . . Guaranteed as advertised hi Good Housekeeping G I M )CH (QMGRATULAtlO)!? J llil Mr; sand Mrs. Raymond G. Peterson Pet-erson (Margaret Bruner) have a son, born Saturday at the Crane Maternity hdme. : Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Tippetts of D"ucfieshe, have a fine baby girl born at the Crane hospital Saturday. Sat-urday. The mother is the former Virginia Scheid. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gines wish to announce the arrnval of a daughter, daugh-ter, Saturday at the Crane maternity mat-ernity home. Mrs. Gines was formerly for-merly Myrle Norton. dren, Li la and Harry Jr.. have returned to their home in Bur-bank, Bur-bank, Cal.. after spending three weeks in Provo with her sister and mother, Mrs. C. F. Johnson and Mrs. Hattie D. Carter. . Miss Melba Clark has left for a two weeks' vacation in Montpelier. Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper and daughters, Joyce and Nadine, and Miss Dorpthv Kirkwood, are home from a delightful three weeks' vacation va-cation in California. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Afton Graham (Flor-is (Flor-is Kirkwood) at Boulder City, en route to the coast, and in Los Angeles, An-geles, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Pearson, (Nita Kirkwood). Kirk-wood). At Taft, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Gus LaBrut (Grace Kirkwood), Kirk-wood), and in Sacramento they spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Art Reese (Rae Simmons). Other places of interest were included in-cluded in the trip, a day at Cata-lina, Cata-lina, stops in San Francisco and Reno. Announcement Milady Beauty Service Has Been Taken Over by MRS. LORRAINE EGGERTSEN 87 North Univ. Ave. Phone 185 Operators Now in Attendance Lucille Parker Helen Spencer Present Mgr. Pencil Silhouette! Boxy Swaggers! Princess Coats! The new the new Coats in L SPWH FORK i mbs. mtntrus dabt i Reporter Phono 168 1 . ' Mr. and ' Mrs. Thomas Curtis announce the -engagement of their daughter. Miss Edith Curtis; to Lynn Hill, son of, Mr. and Mrs-J. Mrs-J. F. Hill of Payson, the marriage mar-riage to be an event of the early autumn. Miss Curtis is a graduate gradu-ate of the" local high school and was a student at the B.Y.U. last year. Mrs. True Dixon was hostess to the Beta Bridge club Monday evening. A tasty luncheon was served at the card tables at 8:30. Four tables of bridge followed Mrs. Emma Olsen winning high score for the members; Mrs. Ruth Anderson, the second high, and Mrs. Adelia Knudsen, the guest prize. Additional guests were Mrr. Sybil Patterson, Mrs. L.P. Vick-ers, Vick-ers, Mrs. Astrid Jacobsen, Mrs. Kate McAllister, and Mrs. Eliza Nelson. Members of the Ametie club entertained en-tertained their husbands Friday evening at a hamburger fry at the Arrowhead resort. Supper was served at 8:30 to the following couples: Mr- and Mrs- Merrill Mc-Kell, Mc-Kell, Mr. and Mrs. David Lar-sen, Lar-sen, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Argvle Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Boyack. Mr and Mrs. Ted Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams, Mrs. Edna Hawkins Haw-kins and Mrs.. Ruby Hales. Games , were played by the crowd and a. Jolly time enjoyed. Mrs. Ella Frampton of Salt Lake City entertained at a bridge luncheon lunch-eon Monday afternoon for a group of former school friends. A delicious de-licious luncheon was served at three o'clock at a large table centered with seasonable flowers. Three tables of bridge followed, Mrs. Mary Williams Bird of Springville, winning the high score prize. Attending the party were a&m av-' -.i "pick" of the season's furs... "pick" of the season's styles! with softer. jMiO- $0' v X - v vv iti w m' i,m h vi squared shoulders., newer, small collars,, col-lars,, smart sleeves! They'll be MUCH MORE later so BUY NOW! Lewis; 9 Store Vlr; rf bm Mrs. EvelvnWUM8jnar-Mrel-Ruth Williams, Mrs.' Hannah Thomas, Miss Mary Rigtrup, Miss Pat Bowen, aU c Spanish; Fork; Mrs. Mary Bird, " Springville; Mrs. Kathryn Matley, Coalville. The hostess was' presented with a beautiful gift. Club Calendar B. P. W. A board meeting of the Provo Business , and Professional club will be held Monday evening at 5siv .v;cfvo all the r snatlcanirastfavarllcsr: Ldviyvsyii' r.v.wtv.iav.T.v.'.riivr.'.'i-.tWflr.' TST 30 different stvles and $3.95 CS 99 "It's Smart To Be Thrifty" Lewis Ladies' Store Provo, Utah L ... W lift l-K lf) l)V P 4pt I" M 11 fill 'A 1" W .. mi ''5 m lay J 'W m .J&rt- i . 6:30 o'clock in the city auditor's office in the city and, county build-ing, build-ing, and a full attendance is urged by the president. Miss Rhea Taylor. Tay-lor. - . , v r 1 r , NOW LOCATED in New Ground floor Dental Office at 71 South First East, directly east of City and County Coun-ty Building. Phone 162. Dr. Frank T. Reynolds, Dentist -. " t A Guaranteed as advertised in Good Housekeeping You'll see them on the way to cla$s ... on the football field . . . and on career girls too! Swanky ghillies, kilties, monk or belted brogues... in REVERSE CALF. CALF or COMBINATIONS! All he newest colors! Come yours tomorrow! 5? rl .V , -4. - - - i - - -J - v - - " I ;-:-5-;- 51 . V !