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aron Slake M yi League to Start Dec. 5 I b Parlell Peterson I ,ness for prying 1 of the 19455 M-Men league to the Sharon will begin on Wed-vikft Wed-vikft f18' the Lincoln 4 & each Wed- KKSHi 7:00, starting at 1 30 nd no has been levied Afictoatin2.ThiS TeleTtopay rental on the f WfflMO registry? J" hp General Boara ana we nte oTtwo referees. Each ffSwquesteto see that iffl iiJHfw slroa are to to Parlell Peterson, nu-nea ,,---igoi. before fwar ys including JSdge- M- nmeva. Sharon A vn of entering Several lot these teams a weeks ana a -4? race is anticipated again &ar. Vineyard is the de- .feS? first half f ol- 3EMT0 HAVE ORTUARY BUSINESS h puilding permit has been Uted to uonei f TTurpka. to build a feand mortuary istablish- tnf at otn norm a Bw ., cost approximately $35,000 iv tM,iiiin( and eouipment. cavation for the building is to Irt immediately. . hnehMM rnv T.np nasi years In utan county anu cinitv. ana u .tvv- "Orem is a fine place, and I iav treat coniiaencet 4U its h-nwth" stated Mr. Fairbanks. Iho appears to be a very cap- tVtn MBit i He and Mrs. Fairbanks, the former Virginia tiircn, aaugnter of former President E. F. Birch of Tintie stake- and their daughter, daugh-ter, are making their home in Provo until their new home is fcompleted. , Veterans' Contact , Unit To Open In Provo I The Veterans Administration will open a branch contact office in Provo, about Dee. 1, 1948, ' according in Mr TL A.. Utttt. field, regional manager, at Salt , Law city. I Veterans nnd their ifonpnifcnta ', to this vicinity will be served by this office in filing claims for all benefits adminstered by the Veterans' Adniinistration. The I office will also function as an 1 information center for return ing world War n veterans, .where information, on the pro gram set up to aid veterans m readjusting to civilian life may beoMatned. Arnold V. Bergeson, contact Representative of the Veterans Administration, will have charge of this office, which will be located lo-cated at Veterans Council, 287 East 1st North, Provo. The benefits administered by the Veterans' Administration are numerous and may apply to veterans of all wars and their dependents. Voimn ltfria AvtAia tried FK00 Klub at her home Friday evening. A tasty luncheon followed fol-lowed the game, prizes going to Dorothy Fieldinff and Mrs. .lJa Brown. Others attending i Were Mrs Hamik rartar ftTra aroara Larsen, Mrs. Fay confer. con-fer. Mrs. Viola Smith, Miss Fern Tmnkey, Mrs. Mildred Gardner and Mrs. Doyne Clark. OREM LIONS CLUB WILL V I& A IS NextThursday Li 1 December 6 . AT SCERA THEATRE When they will sponsor an elaborate stage show, consisting of balancing acts, dancing, dog show, musical,; etc. in addition to the regular evening's usual ttoving picture program. : Proceed for benefit of additional recreational facilities for the youth of our community. See You at Scera Next Thursday - Men Basket Wed.. Dec. 5 7:00 Sharon vs Pleasant View. 8:00 Geneva vs Frioamnnt 9:00 Vermont vs Grand View. vineyard bye. Wed.. Dee. 12 7:00 Grand View vs Geneva. 8:00 Edeemont vs Vinovard 9:00 Sharon vs Vermont. Pleasant View bye. Wed.. Dee. 19 7:00 Sharon vs Grand View. 8:00 PI. View vs Vineyard. 9:00 Vermont vs. Geneva. Edgemont bye. Wed.. Dec. 26 7:00 Sharon vs Geneva. 8:00 PI. View vs Edgemont. :uu urand View vs Vineyard. vermom Dye. Wed.. Jan. 2 7:00 Sharon vs Edgemont. 8:00 Pleasant View vs Reneva 9:00 Vermont vs Vineyard. urana view Dye. Wed.. Jan. 9 7:00 Grand View vs Edgemont. 8:00 Sharon vs Vineyard. 9:00 PI. View vs Vermont. Geneva bye-Wed.. bye-Wed.. Jan. IB 7:00 Geneva vs Vineyard. 8:00 Pleasant View vs Grand View. 9:00 Vermont vs Edgemont. Sharon bye. JOBS FOR VETERANS SOUGHT BY R. F. G. Veterans throughout Colo rado. New Mexico. Utah, and Wyoming will be aided in the purchase of war surplus consum er mods bv a new Veterans Service Division of the Recon struction Finance Corporation, C. L. Edwards. Director of the 13th U. S. Civil Service Region, said today in announcing tnat oualified annlicants are Being sought to man the new division. Ton lob in the division will pay $6230 a year, and requires a background of successful ad ministrative and managerial ex perience In handling consumer ernnifa. Four liaison officers. who must have a minimum of 5 vears sales experience In spec! lized lines of consumer goods, will be hired at $4290 a year to complete the Staff. Full information about the lobs mav be secured from the nearest office of the U. S. CivD Service Commission, or from the Secretaries of Boards- of IT. S. Civil Service Examiners at any first or second class post office- AAA Community Elections to be Held Each vear a community com mittee of three members is elect ed in the various communities n work with the state AAA rpnrpsentative and to inform the farmers in their areas as to AAA programs. Also delegates are elected to attend the county convention to vote for the coun- v committee. These elections will take place in nnr community as follows American Pork OitV Hall. ThUTS. Dec. 6, at 2 p.m.; Pleasant urove rifW Wall Thurs-. Dec at 8 p.m.; Orem City Hall, for Orem- Edgemont district, xnurs., uec. a o ft n m T.ake View-Vineyard district, at Lake View church, Friday, Dec. 7 at 2 p.m.; The county convention will be held in the City and County building, Monday, Dec. 10, at 2 p.m. a ota AAA reoresentative will be present at each meeting held in the designated communities. com-munities. Information will be .,n n the 1946 practices Interested in elect ing officers to administer the AAA program should attend the election for his particular i OREM . THE STEEL CENTER OF THE WEST Volume 12 Number 20 FIRST REHEARSAL FOR "MESSIAH" Director E. B. Terry an nounces Friday evening at 7:30, in the music room at the high school, the first general rehearsal rehears-al for the annual presentation of the "Messiah" will be held. He extends a cordial invi tation to any member of the stake who has taken part in this great presentation other years, or anyone interested in Joining the organization this year, to bv present at this practice. The next rehearsal will be held on Wednesday evening, December De-cember 5, in the music room. Post No. 72 to Stage Benefit Dance Orem American Legion Post No. 72, has set Friday evening, December 14, as the date for their big event. The place will be Lincoln high school gym at 9 p.m. The affair is a dance to begin the fund for the erection of the new War Veterans Home in Orem, which will cost approxi mately $69,000. according to Ernest Conover, general chair man of the benefit committee. An added feature will be free barbacued Elk sandwiches, and the tickets will entitle those attending at-tending to chances on 20 or more fine prizes. Steineckert's orchestra has been secured for the gala af air- Tickets are now ready and may be secured from any mem ber of the Legion Post 72. Memorial Services For Leslie Miner Beautiful and impressive were the memorial services held Tues day evening in the ward chapel for Leslie Miner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orden Miner, who so nobly. gave his life for mi country on his sixth mission over "enemy ten4txry7Si rteMNfal3eif?;, 1 Beautiful musical numbers were rendered by the ward choir. Allen Brothers quartet, Mrs. Calder and Mr. Downs. Speakers who spoke words of condolence and comfort t the parents and loved ones were Stanley B. Harris, A. H. Lowe, Wm. Smith and Bishop LeGrand Jarman. Prayers were offered by Elwood Baxter, and Eldon Swensen. The services were under the direction of the American Legion.. Le-gion.. The colors were posted and Mr. Butler of Provo, Veter an of War War I, presented the large American flag to Mrs, Miner. The chapel was filled with friends and relatives who came to show their love and appreciation ap-preciation for this family and to a son who gave his life to help make this a safer place in which to live. "No greater .love hath any man,' than he who lay down his life for another." PLEASANT VIEW Quilting for the Welfare was done at the home of Mrs- Inez Muhlestein, Wednesday after noon and also at the home of Mrs. Judith Bone. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Allred Can non and children visited with her folks. Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Allred, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen and Mr. and Mrs. Juel Powell were Salt Lake visitors last Sat urday. Mrs. Arthur D. Taylor gave an interesting talk on Russia last Tuesday at Relief Society, with Mrs. Alta Taylor in charge. Robert Gammon has returned home last week from Tokyo, They are expecting Hardy Bean home on furlough this weekend as per his long distance telephone conversation to his parents last week. Mr .and Mrs. Garn Phillips are the proud parents of a baby boy. Orem City Court The following persons were fined in Judge H. Vera Wentz's court during the past week. William L. Pollic, speeding, $7.50. Robert I. Whelcker, speeding, $10.00, improper passing $5.00. Santo Lupe, improper regis-tratipn, regis-tratipn, $&00; no operator's license, $3 50. A. E. Miller, speeding, $9.00. Vj i Pres;. McDonald of BU Guest 'V J: Speaker at Sharon Sunday Nite President Howard S McDonald of Brigham Young Uni versity, will address the people if the Orem-Sharon area on the Sharon Stake Sunday Evening Hour at 7:30 p.m in the community auditorium. This will be President McDonald? first appearance at a Sharon meeting, and a Special Invitation is extended all resi v III Pres. Howard S. McDonald OREM LIONS SPONSOR DRIVE Additional recreation facilities for Orem's youth becomes the motive for a drive being inade by the Orem Lions Club. A need is felt for a broader field in the program that Orem now en joys. The club "is thinking in terms-, of quarters for teen-age bowlingS'craft & work-, dancing and around club activities. There ttlson opportunityorrbase ball activity and sponsorship" in addition to the present Softball program. The Lions wish to do their part in making Orem leader, in the movement for recreation re-creation facilities for youth and adults. Thursday, Dee. 6, is Orem's night to roar when they present a gala evening of entertainment at the Scera Theatre. For this occasion four sensational acts un the stage have been obtained. In addition to the stage show a mystery comedy Bewitched" will be presented on the screen. The committee, headed by J, Erval Christensen, promises an eventful evening therefore there will be a slight advance in the admission price. All the profits will be used for furtherance of recreation in Orem. LINCOLN HIGH NOTES Gene Devey entertained Lincoln Lin-coln Jr. high school students in an assembly Monday afternoon. He told some of the experiences experi-ences be had in acquiring and training with his seeing eye dog. He played a group of numbers on the accordion and also sang several songs accompanying himself on the piano. At Lincoln's annual football banquet, held Monday evening, Stan Cole and Don Ford were named co-Captains of the Tiger Football Team for 1946. Bob Halbersleben, who was named on Region Three Honor Team, received the Durham award for outstanding achievement. This award is made annually by Vic Durham to a member of Lincoln's Lin-coln's football team. The banquet was held November Novem-ber 26 at Provo Golf Club house. Toastmaster for the event was Ken Balser. Toasts were made by Eddie Durham and Bob Hair bersleben, Don Dixon, A. P. Warnlck, L. B. Bennett and Harold Nielsen. Coach Don Dixon was pre sented with a pen and pencil set and Dr. T. W. Notestlen was given giv-en a leather jacket by the football foot-ball boys in token of their appreciation. ap-preciation. After dinner the rest of the evening was spent dancing. Six members of Lincoln's football foot-ball team named on Region Three Honor Teams were: Start Cole, Bob Halbersleben, Don Griffiths, Shirley Loveless, Ken Balser on the first team, and Stan Ferguson on the second V dents or tne community to oe present. The music wall be fur nished under the direction of Stake Director, Elvis B. Terry. President McDonald is the fifth president of BYU and has a thorough background of train- mg ana experience in we new of education and religion. He served as president of the San Francisco stake in California from 1S40 to 1943, before returning re-turning to Utah, where he assumed as-sumed the position of superin tendent of Salt Lake City schools Which position he held for one year prior to his present appointment. appoint-ment. I He is a native of Utah, being born in Holladay, July 15, 1894, the son of Francis and Rosella Stevenson McDonald. I In his church activities, he has served in Sunday school and Mutual Improvement Associa tion offices in Utah and in San Francisco. He was senior presi dent of the quorum of seventy, a member of the San Francisco stake high council, before his ap pointment as stake president. He filled a mission to the East ern States, where he presided over the West Pennsylvania District Dis-trict for 13 months. Mrs. Mc Donald is the former Ella Gibbs, and they have two daughters, POW Labor Ended in Orem-Sharon Community German POWs are still at the Orem camp, but the contract with the army has terminated and It is a matter for the army to decide where they will be sent from therein Use of emergency IaW'.on Utah "county farms appeared to have ended last week, with all Mexican national evacuated from the Spanish Fork Camp, The German prisoners have done nor work since before Thanks-giving. Thanks-giving. On Wednesday 20 pris oners worked on two farms. Sharon PTA Meets December 6 The Sharon Parent-Teachers Association will meet Thursday nigra, December 6 at Sharon school at 7:30 p.m., with Mrs, Christine Yergensen in charge, The speaker of the evening will be Judge Dean Terry, his subject being "Juvenile Delinquency". Delin-quency". Music will be furnished furn-ished by third and fourth grade students. Assisting in arrangements are Mrs. Grace Fielding, program chairman and Mrs.. Dorothy Buckley, teacher advisor. An invitation is extended to all parents of Sharon school children chil-dren to attend. Alnine School Board Member Remains On December 5, there will be no need for an election at American Ameri-can Fork for a member on the Alpine School Board of Education, Educa-tion, as Thomas Barratt, incumbent incum-bent member, will automatically be re-elected, according to Elijah Chipman, board clerk. Deadline fof filing for the office is past, and Mr. Barratt has been the only one to-file. An election will be held In Provo and Nebo school districts on December 5. "Safety First" at Spencer School Mrs. William A. Cox has been named Safety First Chairman of Spencer School Parent Teacher Association. As a feature of this work, all students of Spencer school have made a Safety First poster. A committee have selected se-lected the best and most appropriate appro-priate posters, which were exhibited ex-hibited Wednesday evening at the PTA meeting and are now on display at Spencer school and In the various church buildings of the community. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1943 .,.m m, 1 1 a Vh 1 H N l wi mm wwwm v i CflD ULTnV IM CIIDnDC lUn P.LLU I 111 UUIIUI L . t L , I a general can nas oeen issueu u, oy me Keuex aocieiy ore.ru wk. uie wiura. w curc wnuranee xor eoou useu wova-u,. ing, which are to be sent to the European Saints, who are so direly in need of warm ciotning. The clothing collected by the visiting teachers is to be packed at luiiuuuusui wuu uwu vuinv.iom nf emnlnirm hfll b-la Monday afternoon, December 3, for immediate shipment. I The Stake Relief Society of- xicers asK ine cooperauon 01 auilowest p0ssihie level to hold thelganlzatlon plan are; - v., j-, persons in the stake, if the teach-,-ir1. ,anit - inrall 1 Surrender and cancellation AM riA MV Mali A ltlrAn'4 I via uv v vauf w v wui the articles ready when they caU, please get them to your ward cnapjel, or to your ward eu oociy wiwera 117 oun- day evening to be in this initial Shipment. I Everything in the line of I men's, women's, children's and babies' clothing will be greatly I appreciaieu, bimjcs buouiu ue 1 -1 -1 u u.ir." r 1 uea logemer ana nose, euiu uri two or three piece articles sew-1 ed or tied so they will not be-l come separated. . I CAPT. KEITH S. BOYER Capt. Keith S. Boytx ' This week we Introduce Keith S. Boyer, Instructor in Agricul ture at Uncoln high school, and advisor to the Future Farmer Association. Mr. and Mrs. Boyer (Helen Bott), formerly of Brigham City, and their son, Michael have pur chased a home and are now living at Chrlsteele Acres. Keith Boyer Is the ton of Mr. and Mrs. Selvoy Boyer of Springvllle. and graduated from Springville high school in 1937. He attended the Utah State Agricultural college on a schol arship from Union Pacific RR Co. He majored in agricultural education, graduating in 1942, Then he entered the armed forces, serving in tha, coast artillery ar-tillery at Washington and Ha waii. While in Hawaii he was consigned to Commanding General Gen-eral Staff as Information and Education Officer. During the early part of 1945 he was sent to Lexington, Va., where he graduated from the information and education school on V-J day, wmcn made possible his release from active service as Captain after 40 months spent in service. Orem Women's Club To Meet Wednesday Students of Professor Florence Jepperson Madsen of BYU will present the musical program at the Orem Women's Club Wednesday Wed-nesday afternoon at 3:15 in the Scera lounge. Mrs- James Norton Is in charge of the program; the flag salute will be led by Mrs. Merrill Mer-rill Kitchen and the litney given by Mrs. Edgar Booth. The door committee is Mrs. Wesley Robertson Rob-ertson and Mrs. Lewis Sand-Strom- Members may bring guests to this meeting. Fire Damages Home At Christelle Acres A blaze resulting from an overheated furnace, caused loss totaling $220, Saturday morning morn-ing at 11 a.m. to the home owned own-ed by Lornajklarrow, and occupied occu-pied by Betty Lynn as a combined com-bined beauty parlor and residence. resi-dence. The Provo fire department responded re-sponded to the call, and listed the damage at $200 to the build- ing and $20 to contents. 1 1 i . OFFICE WORKERS OF ALL KINDS NOW AVAILABLE Aeeordins to W. L. Milden-1 hall, manaeer of the Provo Unit-1 vailabie f or all kinds of loba that emDlovers may have. .v, v.. -wit- ,, M1 common or who are skilled in some of the less prevalent occu-l I nations are available and able for employment for the first , - ., fa order that reconversion can cfariei ofl , fin orderly w A .... -inlart -ni jomy at tte highest possible level lt . essential that all who can empioy a worker do so. witft cutbacks by I n. m, iarl,A- iant th eom i Utah count, and I every e0r should b put jorth I keep unemployment at the! mmi WMB lliff nianiS in OUT I - . .. . . . 1 vicinity are ready to reopen, Veterans are returning in hge numbers and Jobs are needed to care for the boys and eirls who gave so much, sw additinnal Information I -nil vnnileal United States em. ninvmint servle Office bv tele- l hnn in Mwm at 40 North University Avenue, ITOVO, Utan. I . 1 1 . - m pri jrr CflpiCTY iLLILr OUUILl I " rKUUKAr.ia During the first week of De- jcember the Theology lesson is presented In nearly every ward The lessons deal with v Church History, the topic for the month is "The Journey Westward". Those in charge are as follows: Edgemont Mrs. Alba Ander son, who requests members to bring pioneer relics for exhibit. Meeting' will begin at 1:30 p.m, Mrs. Blanch Woodward will give I the Teachers' Topic "Charity Envieth Not." 1 Grand VitwMay Davis Will give the lesson at 2 p.m. GenT Mm. Melba. Lunce. ford will give the lesson. The and Electric Bond & Share Corn-meeting Corn-meeting will be held at the home pany ownership of Utah Power of Mrs. Amelia Latta at 2 o.m. Tuesday. Lak View Mrs. Clara Tay lor will give the lesson at 2 p m. . j i Plaaianl View Mrs. ' Good rich is the Theology Classleader and Madge McKell will give the Visiting Teachers Topic Sharon Ward The Work and Business classleaders will be in charge. ' They are Mrs." Pearl jepperson ana jvirs. i.uiie jep person. Work will begin at 10 a.m. and lunch will be served at 12:30. Quilts will be made and all ladies are asked to bring thimbles, etc. The Visiting Teachers Topic will be given by Mrs. Ethel Finch. Timpanogos-Classleader Lucy Poulson will give the Theology lesson on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. She asks that any relics in the home showing the cultural development and refine ment of our early pioneers be brought to the meeting for ex- wwt- program at 7:30 p.m. - Vermont Mrs. Clara Sidwell - jh J will give the lesson at 2 p.m. -On Friday afternoon the. visiting Stake Genealogy teachers will meet at the home rArJiS. Tlv O yA of Mrs. Edith Kitchen. Mrs. Convention DeC. 9 4 Eliza Anderson will give the Teachers' Topic, Vineyard Mary Miner will give the Theology lesson and Mrs- Wlen Holdaway the vlsit- in teacners topic. Windsor Mrs. Golda Kirk will give the Theology lesson and the visiting teachers topic will be given by Mrs. Martha Keetch. LOCAL ITEMS Mrs. Henry D. Taylor was hostess hos-tess to Literary League members at her home Friday afternoon. A fine review of Eve Curie's book, "Journey Among Worri-ors" Worri-ors" was presented by Mrs. D. E. Ostler. Refreshments were served serv-ed the 22 ladies present. Mrs. E. H. Johnson underwent a major operation at the Utah Valley hospital Wednesday morning. Fred Ferguson, Sr., had his arm amputated Wednesday morning at Utah Valley hospital. He has been suffering from a severe arm Infection for several weeks- Basketball Begins BYU basketball will begin December 1 with the Jr. Varsity playing Weber Jr. College at 1 p m. and the Varsity playing BYU Alumni at 9 p.m. in the women's gymnasium. UTAH POWER GO. " ORGANIZATION PLAN APPROVAL! SOUGHT .Application of the Securities and Exchange Commission to en- I fnrr nrnvisirms of the Utah Power & Light Company's plan ox reorganization wmcn uiecom- mission has approved wiU be hnrrt Doppmher 19 In U. S. dis- trlct court for Utah, by ;Judge I Tillman D. Johnson. .r- ; The commission last week id- sued is order which,' among other; things, vests .complete ownership .of the company la the hands of its approximately 1 12,000 preferred stockholders, land simultaneously filed an ac I Uon that the plan be enforced. NoUce of the hearing, together with copies of the commission's findines. oDiniort and order, and CODV OI tn( plan are Deing mailed to preferred stockhold- ers of record as of November 13. Major provisions of the reor- - .1 k AAA AAA -1 t MAM ;. OI WW J.UUU.UUV Bimica vi. vuiu- imon stock and 2,100 shares cf preferred stock held by Electric Power & Light corporatlon. 2 Payment of Electric Power & Light Corporation of $650,000 as consideration for its sun-end- ler of stock and assignment to Electric of any claims Utah Pow-: ter & Light Company might have . . . . . against Electric rower c iiigii 5. corporation, or Electric cona land Share Company and releas ling Electric from any claims Utah Power & Light might have I against it. LSSSS5 & SSSS stock jor new common stock on the basis of 4-78 shares of the new nonpar-value common stock : for each share of $7 preferred , and 4-38 shares for each Bhare of the $8 preferred stock they hold. t ' 4 Elimination of a $30,354,- 628 deficit as of December 31, 1944, : but somewhat smaller now, in the company's earned surplus account which will permit per-mit the payment of dividends on the new common stock. President George M. Gadsby of the company said the plan will completely eliminate Jflec- Itric Power & Light L-orporanon juigmv . Approxunaieiy i,iiu of the company's 12,000 preferred prefer-red stockholders reside In Utah, Idaho, Colorado and Wyomlag, where the company operates, he said, and they own nearly 50 per cent of the 249,426 shares of pre-f pre-f erred stock. SUIiOAY SERVICES - i , .oTlA4T bnA n, mg be held in all the wards of Sharon stake, fast meeting being at 11:30 a.m. - - . Sharon Stake Sunday f , jJ Evening Service ' President Howard S. McDon- L1(j cf By(J wiU be the gpeaker at the Scera auditorium at 7:30 Windsor Ward ' . The Sunday school under the direction of Superintendent ;r:,. ZZrZZ Z A Stake Genealogy convention conven-tion will be held December S at 2 p.m. in the Sharon Stake seminary semi-nary building. All the stake officers of-ficers and Genealogy workers are requested to be there, also anyone who is interested In genealogy gen-ealogy are invited to attend. Mrs. Nellie Cordner, president Missionary to Speak At Edgemont SX Group, Tuesday Miss Orpha Laudie, recently returned from the Spanish American mission, will speak in the Special Interest class In Mutual at Edgemont ward next Tuesday evening, Dec. 4. Miss Laudie attended the Lamanite conference held at Mesa early in November and has worked with the Lamanite people during dur-ing her mission. This will correlate cor-relate with the lessons giveft b classleader Ethel Taylor on the Book of Mormon. Geneva Ladies Mend at Hospital, On Wednesday afternoon the following ladies from Geneva ward, went to Utah Valley hospital hos-pital to assist with the mending: Mrs. Winnie Graff, Mrs. Martha Pyne, Mrs. Dezzie Lamb,' Mrs,-Blanche Mrs,-Blanche Eager, Mrs. Maria Jensen Jen-sen and Mrs. Clara Rowley.