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OREM-GENEVA TIMES SMALL FARMERS NEED CO-OPS TO HOLD THEIR OWN Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson told delegates dele-gates attending the National, Rural Electric Cooperative Association As-sociation meeting in Buffalo, N. Y., recently that, farmer-owned cooperative are h most effec tive agency for the small farmer farm-er In holding his own in a big business economy. "The experience fanners are now getting through their own cooperatives is strengthening the spirit of self-reliance which throughout 6ufnational history has made the rural element of our population a freedom," he said. -uwauzy, April 4, ; "The nation and the world today to-day need the example of free men working together, m cooperation coop-eration with government of their own choice, in undertakings too big for them as in individuals." Saying production efficiency has given Americans a living standard unequaled in the world Mr. Anderson added: "We must find a way to introduce in-troduce similar efficiencies in agriculture and smaii business, both to perpetuate, our system in individual enterprise and to give the individual enterprises i fair share of the national income." EDGEMONT More than 176 persons were present at the Primary conference confer-ence Sunday evening, the delightful de-lightful program being presented present-ed by the children under the direction di-rection of the officers, Racheal Davis, Blanche Woodward and Inez Messlck and the fine corps of teachers. Ardith Richards was tne accompanist ana iaa Stubbs, chorus director. JoAnne Jones and Jimmie Boyce were the announcers. Joyce Gil lespie and Betty Lou Gordon of fered the prayers. ' m. The Literary club will meet of commerce the auto Industry of Mrs. Bernice Faulkner Mrs could have raised 'wages 23, had manufacturing costs 15 higher than in 1941, sold cars at 1942 prices and still made 40 more , profits in 1946 than in 1936-1939. Bread St Butter. MB ff fliHB H8SB Helping Hold The Line More and more people are beginning to realize that with the steady upward climb of prices that the family budget will have to be watched more than ever. Any help in holding prices in line should be gladly welcomed, not only by farm families but by all. Cooperative buying institutions, therefore, are becoming be-coming very Important! at helping to hold the line on prices. In this extravagant, boom age, it is reassuring to know that some institution is trying to save money for its members, ' Also it is realized that there must unevitably be an end to this extravagant age, an when tnat.end comes, cooperative institutions' such as Mount A' Lake will be very, useful, la helping tide farmers over the , tough. period ahead.. These are some of the reasons why Mount A' Lake membership continues to grow. Our Main Difficulty . . The main problem of the Association now is to get merchandise. .What we get now no more than reaches the floor before it is sold.. Last week we received a shipment of aluminum ; today it Is all gone. We have received some appliances s They have all been sold with one exception and that exception; ! milking machines. We have been able to get a steady supply of these and can fill all orders immediately, ? ' ; - However the supply situation Is beginning to ease a little and with the majority of strikes settled jnerch- ' iandise should be rolling off the assembly line in an increasing supply. . r After many delays and the overcoming of heavy handicaps, the bulk gasoline and oil .plant will soon be in operation.. The tanks are being put In place and within with-in a week the Association should be in a position to make farm deliveries direct from its bulk plant located on the Fischer property in Orera. Louise Trotter will give the book review and all members are urged to be present. The Youth Leadership meeting meet-ing and officers and teachers -of the Sunday school and Primary met Wednesday evening at the ward chapel. Mrs. Norman Smith is report ed to be improving at Utah Val ley hospital from a serious at tack of bronchial pneumonia. The Daughters of Pioneers will meet Thursray afternoon, April 11 at the home of Mrs. Florence Glazier. All members and those eligible for member ship are invited to be present. Mrs- Jane A. Brereton suffered suffer-ed a severe heart attack at her home Sunday and is seriously ill Edgemont Girls And Mothers Feted The YWMIA officers of Edge- mont ward sponsored a delightful delight-ful social Thursday evening for all girls of the ward from 12 to 21 years, and their mothers, at the home of Mrs. Jean G. Brown. Mrs. Maxine Davis, chairman of the LDS Girls organization was in charge of the program. which consisted of the play, "The Barretts of Whlmple Street" read by Miss Jean Reese and a duet by Miss Marion Johnson and her mother. Mrs. Eva G. Gillespie, stake chair man of LDS girls, explained the new program to the group. Tasty reiresnments were served the large group present. Hyacinths, vioieis ana. aanoaus were ar ranged attractively about the rooms. Members of the girls organ! Ization of the ward are Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Eva Boyce and Mrs, Beth Ferguson, assistants. Miss Helen Meldrum, Mrs. Brown Mrs- Maud Miller, Mrs. Bernice Stubbs and Mrs. Maxine Lloyd, supervisors. ,4 ' -a, , Farm Hardware Comes In t t ' -W are Just now beginning to get a supply of : ; farm hardware Here again we had many obstacles V In obtaining merchandise, but we finally found & " wholesale house willing to do business' with a co-operative; co-operative; It 'seems that some of the existing wholesale houses In this State have been; Worked - , ' on by their retail dealers' to the extent that the . wholesalers refused to do business with coopera- .-V-tives. Just what happened in this, field will make an interesting story. Some peoples' faces may get red when It is told. And" told it should be so that ? " farmers may know how much their business given these retailers has been appreciated, and just how . , ' these people showed their appreciation " " I . 1 - 1 ' ?' I . Old Officers Re-elected - Last week the Association Board of Directors met ; and elected its executive 'off icers as follows t President, " f John B. Strattoij,;Vi(;eTrresiden T.J. Weaver rSecre-, rSecre-, tary and Treasurer, J. Morris Bird. j Authorization i was ,alsq made, for the appointment ! of an executive ibmmitteelvhich will have active charge . of carrying out policies adopted by the Board of DU . rectors. ? More Plans Ahead 'The Association directors have under cooperation another important development for Mounts Lake. This new development will be far reaching and should prove of Immense Interest not only to the members but . to all people living to the Orem-Sharon area, News of this, it is hoped, may be released soon. - ..We can furnish cedar posts, a limited supply of cement (the coal strike has put aU dealers, on rations), and seeds, ornamental shrubs and tree also miscellaneous farm tools and hardware. Yes we have tires, batteries, auto parts, oils, greases, and can furnish complete auto service and repair re-pair and overhaul work. Retiring Officers Honored at Social Mrs. Ella L. Baum. Mrs. Bertha M. Salisbury and Mrs. Helen J. Gordon, retiring presidency presi-dency of Edgemont Relief So ciety were honored Tuesday afternoon at the ward Relief Society So-ciety rooms, with President Bernice Faulkner in chares a, the program. Mrs. Gordon sang two solos. accompanied on ike Diano bv Mrs. Ethel Tayljr Mrs. Clara Taylor f, Sharon stake board was present- a&t ;sboke. Mml Faulkner presT.ted fts f .. preciation from W ladies of the wara w tnose honored and re sponses were made- Tasty re- iicsiuiicius were served ins so Liaaies present, by districts No. iv ana u. Km it 4 . "The Farmer's Purchasing" Agent'1 ' Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Herrick Leave For Iloneymoon Mr. .and Mrs.; La Verne J, HerfJclc (Doris Harrison) have left for Los Angeles, California, wnere they wiU make their nome after a short honevmoon. Thpula young- counle were married March 27th at the home w?(Kwra t parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vera Herrick by Bishop Frank T. Bennett in a douhl ring ceremony. Mrs. Herrick is the daughter of Mrs. Agnes narrison or provo. A reception was tendered Mr and Mrs. Herrick. by the moth- er pr.uiebride at the H. B. lua&u) nome weanesaay eve ning, the bride wearing a love ly wwte satin . gown entrain. wiui ner veu of lace and bet caughk up by , beaded crown. Her brfde'i bouquet of roses was centered with an orchid. She was attended by Mis. Shlrle Herrick and Carl Peterson was best man... . , w String music Was enjoyed all during the reception and refreshments re-freshments served more than 100 guests attending. The lace covered serving, table was centered cen-tered with a tiered Wedding cake topped with a tiny bridal pair. Mrs. Flovd Herrick and M! Shlrley-'Jackson poured and those serving were Miss Velma Peterson. Miss Lois Harrison, WlssJt)eane,Taylor and Miss MarilynHerrlcfc: 1 Tbi gift pmrf am m j ma 1 riW'i'iN m it -i- h . if a 'Jo ifi U f m m m m f i . PHONE 04W2 T ' if, y T m PROVO 3rd West & Center PHONE 150 Wax Paper, 36 sheets .... 9c Iron Board, pad and cover 1.89 Iron Cords 69c Flashlites 89c complte with battries Tool Boxes 1.25 watertight, metal Sunglasses 29c and up Yorkshire Bond Writing Paper, 70 sheets for . . . 39c Glass Tumbler .... 3 for 23c Evenf lo Nursing Bottles gilt edge no limit, 25c each FISHING LICENSES room was presided over by Mrs. Lottie Harrison and 'Miss Nada Harrison. SHAROII Mrs. Pearl Jepperson Is at home n Pa in after snendinff v. eral Weeks with relatives and friends in Seattle, Washington. Kenneth E. McEwan is reported report-ed to be improving from a badly infected finger. Mr .and Mrs. John Balden (Dorothy Jean Twomey) from Tacoma, Washington, visited here with Mr. and Mrs. John Twomey, enroute to Silver City, Mexico, where Mr. Balden will study art. PLEASANT VIEW Sunday evening the Sacrament Sacra-ment meeting was under the direction of the Genealogy society soci-ety of the ward. Geo. F. Wells of Vineyard was the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Flnlay-son Flnlay-son went to Salt Lake Tuesday taking with them Mrs. Chas. McKell and Mrs. Stand. Taylor. It was Mrs. Finlaysoii's father birthday (Mr. James T. . Piper of Salt Lake) and they all spent the day In the. Salt take tempje together with Mr. and Mrs. Piper of Heber City. Mrs. Mary Cluff spent Wednesday Wed-nesday in the. Salt Lake temple also Mrs. Cluff went to meet her daughter from Idaho. The Explorers scout troop met at the Oliver Hansen home Saturday evening holding their initiation meeting under the direction of Omar Hansen and Harold Nielsen. After the meeting meet-ing refreshments -were served. The Relief society literary lesson will be eiven nv Mrs Afton Hansen this Tuesday Instead In-stead of the work and business meeting. Mrs. Edna Hansen is very desirous of getting in the rags for carpet making which the Welfare has asked for. An teachers were to collect from their districts enough rags to make a 3 or 4 lb. ball. Reinwald and Florence Firm-age Firm-age Leichty are the proud parents par-ents of a baby girl, born to them Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and family of Ogden were week end visitors of the Preal Jones and P. K. Nielsen families. Dr. and Mrs. Grant D. Richens have arrived home after speeding speed-ing a week hi Los Angeles. Dr. taMFLETE RALPH'S - RADIO AND APPLIANCE 63 Nou tTnlv. Ave. Phone CI I The Home at Guaranteed Service Richens went on a business trip, also visiting with friends and relatives, while there. GOAL Lump or Stoker Slack Prompt Delivery Harold Hansen Phone Provo 068J5 Pleasant Grove 2273 FOR SALE OR RENT Pianos, Accoreiions, Guitars. Gui-tars. Phone 940R, Prof & Williams, 808 E. 3 Soutn. Provo. J bay, sell, rent, and teach. AUTO REPAIRING ACETYLENE WELDING FPMER ; REPAIR SHOP 2 Block V7si of TexdcS Station. In Orem Id Kitchen Court rmTTTi 194fi A 7P rrri fN frh n Firestone in order to reduce bur working schedules TO CONFORM TO A 40-HOUR, 5-DAY WEEK On anlpfteApril 6th :.. as COMPAMY OFFIC ES WILL BE McCORMICK - DEERING 4-WTieeled, used Rubber on Front, Steel Back Wheels MINNEAPOLIS MOtlNE Jeep Type, 4-Wheel Drive 10 speeds forward, 2 reverse, 4$ m.p. hour road gear CARLOAD Tires And Tubes Tractor, Passenger, Truck PITS ALL MAKES TRACTORS ATTACHMENTS: Gravel Sand Bucket Manure Fork Buck Rake for Hay Bulldozer Blade Snow Bucker Lifts 2000 lbs. up o 11 Jfedt. Doei heavy lifting n farm. Pull posts, lift logs, trucks to change wheels ft etc njmw. "... I I DO ALL HEAVY LIFTING ON FARM 4 CLOSED SATUKDA YS MOUNTAIN FUEL SUPPLY CO 1PANY Serving Twenty-six Utah end Wyoming Communities $465 STEEL GARAGES , Erected for you in a few hours feTEEL HOMES . . . ....... $1726 up , Ready- to occupy- in short time - STEEL POULTRY HOITStiS SifiS OVERHEAD DOORif &rid HARDWARE LeV us give ; you an estimate i . '' - bCRAPERS and LANB LEVELERS - $124.60 up SAHA 0FF'SET HARROWS ;..-..... $39.95 n RwSPP FERGESON-i-hang or, 18-rpSSS5Itt,MebtlS 18-rpSSS5Itt,MebtlS n (used) '?SSP,nXERS' to small, available. gLfCTRIC WATER HEATER40gaL BEAR-CAT GARDEN TRACTORS !. $276.55 ROTARY TILLER Does away with plow; plant behind o OQ7 OQ It. Increase production 15 per cent WOliAi to 40 per cent SAVE time and j. mm i.a to $770.00 , WE ALSO HANDLE &?SiaiI0?' mU 8taonary motors, electric StTaSSSiif"1 W.1 M Wni power .livestock, grease guns, welding Outfit, StogIo ninriifiiii V1 - i WJ M mm m:X W M BB BB Buildlns under, cnn'tniotT Orders fiUed from our warehorse-Located in Orem f owks s-nrth of Canyon Road. . .