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"?'V Iincoln' FFA Receives Beehive Goidtidfcjat:. State Meet " Chafer FFA'igai teived the Beehive Gold Rat-j Rat-j M at the state fanner conven- Hh line- W? of represent Jve students from Lincoln In nr the oast five years Lin- 1 Mia has received this coveted ward. A total oi eignt were jiven tins y"i " ""wui intingiour. s navid Calder, son of Mr. and i ma H. Calder was the only Lincoln student to qualify for the state larmer nwstu. utre aj misunderstanding among L boys regarding qualifications (for this award this year, tout those who lost out planjto enter again next year. The boys be-iw be-iw that with a better under- standing of the qualifications i ilGy Will UC OMAW V VVV1IV V 'number of these awards next year. ! A total of 47 scchools were ? represented at the convention, i Lincoln received third place In f its scrap book, treasurers and secretary's book. I The dairy judging team, composed com-posed of Robert Holdaway, pale Harding and Don Allen receiv- jed 9th place; the crop Judging team, composed of Leo Holda-way, Holda-way, Alton KilpacK ana Charles Pulham, received 13th place and the livestock judging team, Shirley Loveless, Conrad Harvard, Har-vard, Que Steele and Lefcnd Gappmayer. received 15th place Keith Boyer, FFA instructor and advisor at Lincoln high, accompanied ac-companied the boys to the convention. cent -tometo. WMm OREM Volume 13 Number 39 THE STEEL CENTER OF THE "WEST 1 Boy scouts;. Look' Forward To Adventures of Campaign Trips VETERANS HOME TO BE BUILT IN NEAR FUTURE At the Orem Legion Post No 72 meeting held last Friday eve ning, a report was made on the CONTRACT FOR FIRE PROTECTION RENEWED Mayor J. W. Gillman announces an-nounces contracts have been re newed between Provo City and Orem, and Pleasant Grove and Orem, for fire protection during The Orem city commission feel that fire fighting apparatus is a first for consideration in the needs of the city, and are at THURSDAY, .APBII 11, 1946 f" ; "- Ball Ground, Being Prepared for Summer Sports Lenard 'Madsen. Clark Collins, Col-lins, E. E,. TwitchelL Julian Han-'sen Han-'sen and LeGrand Jarman have been, appointed by Orem City icouncil to develop the soft ball diamond -in the park adjoining ilhe city hall for the summer re-fcreation re-fcreation season. E. E. TwitcheH will represent the city commis-'sion commis-'sion on this committee. The. committee is trying in every way to get we oau ueia adequately lighted for the season, sea-son, and are getting estimates on the cost of the job. Materials ;are very scares for this type of 'construction, but every effort will be made to secure'this ad ded advantage for night games, Grand View Ward to Have Fun Night . I ' ' f Tuesday evening, April 16, at T:30, Grand View ward MIA m sponsor a "Fun Night", 4o which all members of the ward per twelve years and friends m mvitea to attend. I The program will inctaue a pne act play, skits, etc and there ill be a lot of good things to at, Which will be for sale. HOME AGAIN J SSgt Don Blair of the army air corps arrived in Salt Lake My Sunday from Japan. He telephoned his parents, Mr. and Jin. James Blair, and his two mm, Wayne Blair, who was OTnerly fa the army and Mer-I'D Mer-I'D Blair, former navy man, we at the family, home and mediately went to Salt Lake bring their brother home. He Was rolMsoil 4mr Vnr separation center on j mv ww ivi iv-A annjeerhoff, and Don are fling a few days In Salt Lake City. fMf and Mrs. Wayne Blair W children are living at Lay- ffie hC iS employed at tSs Nolan R. Brown arriv- Fort Douglass separation T luesday. He has been in mce for the past three years, overseas for 18 months in 'tance,; Germany. Austria and wtariani -His wife, the form- iMfr """sspiei met nun m atlakeCity. He is the son of I na Mrs, Grand view. plans for the new Veterans Present investigating the possi- Duucung. Tne site has hepn u""y OI securing a lire engine chosen and alloted to the Lesion i from the Tooele Ordnance De pot. The contract with Provo calls for $135.00 for the first hour or fraction thereof if a run is made, with a slightly reduced rate for each succeeding hour. The oy urem city council. Mr. Fred Markham of Provo, is the architect, archi-tect, with plans nearing completion comple-tion so the project can be well on its way by summer. It iS the Clan of the T.Pffinn in ' have a building that will be used 1 Pleasant Grove contract calls by the public, where varinn f $100.00 for the first tourr it a can proves to De a xaise alarm and a run is made, the price is Just the same, so every precaution should be observed by Orem citizens. organizations may meet, a project pro-ject for civic development, yet a living memorial for veterans. Meeting for Leaders of AB Civic & Church Organizations On Friday evening, April 12, in the city hall at 8 o'clock, an invitation has been extended to representatives of all civic organizations or-ganizations of the community and representatives from each of the ten wards of Sharon stake to discuss further plans regarding regard-ing the building project, with Legion officers. Attending the last meeting of the Legion were Les Mildenhall Union School Faculty Entertain Union school faculty members mem-bers and their partners met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mil-ton Holdaway for a gay social event Wednesday evening. Contest Con-test games were played and musical numbers furnished by employment Service, and Royof Pleasant Grove. Passey of the Juvenile court, A pot luck buffet supper was who all gave interesting talks ! served those named and Mr and jvir. t-assey toia now xne cnuaMrs Jesse Sumsion Mr. and welfare program of the Legion Mrs Joy Q aegg m and Mn can tie in with the work of help- Merlin Rasmuon, Principal and ing the youngsters over his ado- Mrs E A Beck Mrs Roge Rad. Sharon Stake Conference Next Saturday and Sunday mall, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Holdaway, Holda-way, Mrs. Donna Ash and Bishop Bish-op and Mrs. Taylor Allen. lescent age. and overcome the increasing delinquency of the youth of today. The local post is making plans to organize a gun club. Lowell Bigelow was appointed to represent repre-sent the Legion in cooperating with' Orem Junior Chamber of Commerce in their safety program. All members of the Legion in 1 1 111001 II CDITI AV this district are urged to attend ; LIllUULIl inlUA I the next regular meeting, April 19, at the city hall, when a definite def-inite labor program will be dis cussed, and other vital matters will be taken up. STUDENT BODY ELECTION AT Conference Program Saturday Evening at 6:30 Welfare Meeting for all welfare wel-fare workers of Sharon stake and wards. Seminary Semin-ary building. Saturday 8 p.m., Priesthood Leadership Meeting; Quorum presidents in Melchizedek Priesthood and advisors and instructors in Aaronic Priesthood. Seminary building. Sunday 10 :00 a.m.y General gession-at Scera auditorium. Sunday 2:00 p. m., Priesthood session at Scera. ; Sunday 2:00 p m., Mothers and Daughters meeting at Timpanogos ward chapel. Sunday 7:30 p.m., General session at Scera. Elder Alma Sonne, assistant to the quorum of the twelve of the LDS Church and a member of the General Church Welfare Committee, will represent the general church authorities au-thorities at all sessions of Sharon Stake Quarterly Conference, Confer-ence, Saturday evening and Sunday. EASTER CANTATA AT SCERA APRIL 21 ' The Lincoln high school music department under the direction of Elvi$ B. Terry will again present pre-sent an Easter Cantata at Scera auditorium Easter morning, Apraatt8:30fjn. j The script of the "Resurrection "Resurrec-tion Morning" has been somewhat some-what enlarged this year through the efforts of Victor C. Ander son, and therefore more songs and colored slides will be added. making the program bigger and better than ever before. L. L. Terry of Lincoln: high school faculty will be the reader The Easter Cantata and the rendition of the "Messiah" at Christmas time are the two out standing musical events of the year in this community, people coming from far. and near to hear these wonderful productions. produc-tions. The general public In Invited to be present, and e word to the wise should be sufficient, come early and get a seat. Final election for officers of : Lincoln high school student body for 1946-47 will be con ducted Friday, April 12, and much interest is being manifest. Climaxing the days events, an election "hc-down" will be sponsored by the Sub-Deb club with Miss Jean Clegg, president, general chairman of the party Tt will ho held in Timnannffn Another of the famed Windsor warj amiSpmPnt hall at eieht ward rodeos will be held Satur-0,clock with the "Gentlemen of day, Apru 10 ax we vvinaboi Swing furnishing music. WINDSOR WARD ANNUAL RODEO Reed Brown of I T5 Vefl T .Tant. -m - Thomas A. Jacob has WW his release after serv- Irtto oveeas as truck bLTt!KB 87tb infantry o2vHe entered the army b fir.1942' after graduat-Be graduat-Be ncolia ftigh school. ft.m?loyed BS mecaamc t " U1HX Tim i tW?7 J?sie nd husband lJ0-m!r Galdine Olsen ottfci. e served 14 Cftlie 222nd Wmm V1 JvisIn. He was k.S clerk before W 1542. v inf November 15, fSSiwn'w W. f. edAUsbandofthe,foii. is ra;ged ttm Port Doug-Wl2 Doug-Wl2 mTn7 ..He serv- 13 i ft entering service ward rodeo grounds In Nortn Orem. according to Elroy D. Laws, publicity chairman- The first event of the day win be the horse pulling contest at 10:00 fi.m. 2 Saddle nony parade. Par ticipants are asked to assemble at Orem Drug store at 12:30 p. m. 3 Steer riding. 4 Bun Taylor and his trick horse. 5 Bare back bronco riding. 6 Calf roping. 7 Keg race. 8 Steer riding. 9 Cow milking contest, in Saddle relay races. Barbecue sandwiches will be on sale throughout the day and tickets for the sandwlcnes win entitle the holder to attend the rodeo. Children under high .hni (xa will nav 50 cents for the fine barbecued sandwiches , Jraf f 1C Fine and adults win pay , rVllw.Al Don't forget, the grand old (jOlieCteCl cfarn ennrt. a RODEO and at 1 this glorious season of the year. Chester Olsen, 27, of Provo, j pa la a ?.uu HUB lOI uuuuiiB ou improper turn when brought before be-fore the Orem precinct court (Saturday. The charge grew out .' of an accident Friday afternoon ; about two miles north of Prove j . in,rA on the canyon road, involving Mrs. Maxine cn eer UV Olsen's car and one driven by and daughter Ann, left Salt LaKe Johnson 18. Fern Hamil- today for usnnasn, , . Dassenger in the Johnson Following the dance a huge bon-fire party will be enjoyed on the grounds in the rear of the church. CANDIDATES NAMED IN PRIMARY ELECTIONS Last Friday in lively primary elections, Kay Madsen and Dean Adams were selected to run for student body president; Merleen Smith and Faye Lunceford for vice-president; Marilyn Chris-tensen Chris-tensen and Lila Mae McDonald, for secretary; Donna Christen-sen Christen-sen and Aileen- Edwards for historian; his-torian; Leo Holdaway and Kath-ryn Kath-ryn Christenson as judge of student stu-dent body court, which is a new office this year; Joan Pyne, Coleen Kofford and Marie Mad-sen Mad-sen as cheerleaders against Joy Hancock, Joan Ercanbrack and Carol Bartlett. President J. Clayton Watts an nounces the first session Will be held Saturday evening at 8:30 at Sharon stake seminary building and all stake and ward welfare workers are urged to be present At 8 p.m. in the seminary building the Priesthood leadership leader-ship meeting will be held. All ward bishoprics, quorum presi dents of the Melchizedek Priest hood and all instructors and ad visors in the Aaronic Priesthood are requested to be present. The first general session will be held Sunday at 10:00 at. Scera auditorium to which all mem bers of Sharon stake and friends are Invited to attend. TWO MEETINGS SUNDAY AFTERNOON The mothers and daughters of the stake will meet Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Timpanogos Timp-anogos ward chapel, with Eva Gillespie, chairman of the LDS Girls' organization in charge. The Vineyard ladies chorus under the direction of Erna Holdaway, with Helen Allen as accompanist will furnish the music. Mrs. Anna T. Hart of the General Belief Society Board will be guest speaker; Mrs. Clara Memmott will read and June Vernon, chairman of Sharon ward LDS Girls will speak. All mothers and daughters daugh-ters are urged to attend, especially especi-ally members of the Girls' organization or-ganization of each ward. Also at 2 pjn. In Scera audi torium a Priesthood -meeting will be held for n" men and boys in the stake- At 7:30 Sunday evening the closing general session will be held in Scera auditorium. inere will be no meetings held, in the various wards at this time, giving giv-ing all members of the stake an Opportunity to attend conference. confer-ence. COMBINED CHOIR To FURNISH MUSIC The music for both general sessions will be furnished by the combined choirs from the ten wards of the stake, is announced an-nounced by stake music director Elvis B. Terry. The various numbers will be led by the choir directors from the different wards. FINAL CHOIR PR ACTICb FRIDAY EVENING Director Terry states the final choir practice will be held Fri day evening at 7:30 in the music room at Lincoln high school, All members are requested to be present. DEMOCRATS IN OREM DISTRICTS ONE AND TWO ORGANIZE To Join Navy Husband in Wisconsin where she will Wisconsin . -i i ? will visit wrni r, m8 slightly injured husband's parents. Mr- ana wirs. E. S. Lloyd. Ensign luoya ex-fv.ts ex-fv.ts tn receive his discharge from navy service and will meet his wife and daugnter ax n parent's home. Mrs. Lloya was accompanied to salt aise bv her parents, Mr. ana mrs. Claude Conder of Olmsted. MRS. STHATTON WILL ENTERTAIN OREM LITERARY CLUB LIONS ENJOY COLORED PICTURES At a well attended dinner meeting of Orem Lions club Thursday evening at Twin Pines cafe, colored pictures taken by themselves were shown by Henry Falkner and D. Orlo Allen, Al-len, which were greatly enjoyed. President J. W. Gillman presided pre-sided at the meeting, and Edgar Orem Women's Club To Feature Fashion Show Mrs. Lee Brooks, prograir chairman of Orem Women's club will introduce members of O. S. Trovata Unit of BYU, at the club's open session Wednesday afternoon, April 17, at 3:45 at Scera. The social unit will present a fashion review, with articles of wearing apparel being furnish ed by "Stevens". A number of musical numbers will also be given, by members of O PRESIDENT TAYLOR AT LDS HOSPITAL President Henry D. Taylor was removed to the LDS hos pital In Salt Lake City, Wednes day morning for observation, from the Utah Valey hospital, where he has been confined for the past week suffering from stomach trouble. Mrs. Taylor has been confined to the Utah Valley hospital for the past two months, but her condition and also that of her young son have improved to such an extent they have been removed to the family home. LINCOLN RATES HIGH IN DRAMA FESTIVAL With 26 high schools participating partici-pating in hte Brigham Young university drama festival for senior high schools, Lincoln was given rating as "Excellent" in Radioscripts with the following students taking part: Donna Christensen, Jean Loghry, Lorna Andersoil, Rex Eastman, Dean Adams, Joe Foster,. Dick West-wood, West-wood, Lois Stewart, Kathryn Christenson, Sharee- Weeks, Utahna Walker, Loye Allred, TJeLange, Pearl' Turman, Lila i Aileen Cordner, Joyce Farns- ?" . v t t i u - -ii ' worth," Marilyn Christensen and Mrs. Stephen Novakovich will . T . . i . ' In the dramatic readings contest, con-test, Miss Lois Stewart received honorable mention. In the dramatic one act plays, Lincoln deceived honorable men tion for the rendition of "White Iris", under the direction of Miss Lois Stewart, Student director. di-rector. The cast included Nina Stratton, Kathryn Christenson Joyce Farnsworth and Sharee Weeks. , . - preside at the function and Mrs. James Morgan will head the refreshment re-freshment cpmmittee. Joes Present-Assembly Present-Assembly Program On Thursday afternoon. April m. mm T C4mHah TT'l 1 1 IB. wrs. tfwn m. " . Booth and W. P. Williams Hub at her home A full at- were in charge of the pleasing I modeling of the old maids wherr tendance is desired. v"&- the fun came m. A great deal of merriment was produced Wednesday morning at the Assembly program at Lincoln high school, which was eiven by the Joes club. The ski was entitled "Tne Old Maids' Convention" with Margaret Faulkner as president: Donna Madsen, secretary and Luana Clegg, treasurer, with all other members of the Joes as the balance bal-ance of the convention. Leon Rowley as the professor introduced intro-duced fci$,iremodet6sc6pe pa n was the results of this re- Orem Democrats in District No. 2 met at the city hall and elected the following person to serve: George Brewer, chairman; chair-man; Gladys Spaugy, vice chairman; chair-man; Beulah Keech, secretary and Wm. Kocherhansr treasur er. The county central committee is composed of George Brewer, Leo Broadhead, Mary Edwards, Clarence York and Allen Dick ey. Local committee members are Allen Dickey, Mary Ed wards and Leo Broadhead. . S.. L. SpaugywasL Jiamed as delegate to the state convention on June 8, with George Brewer as alternate. Delegates to the county con vention on Apru 27 are: C. L, Spaugy, Gladys Spaugy, Mrs. Allen Dickey, Allen Dickey, Mrs. L. W. Smith, Mary Ed wards, M. Keech, Mrs. Beulah Keech, Wm- Kockerhans, Edna McDonald, Richard McDonald, George Brewer, Ardith Lewis, S. 5- Johnson, Ed Simons, Floyd Patten, S. A. Carter, James Blair and Jack McCarthy. Alternates are, Gladys Spaugy, acting sec retary, Tom Reese, Albert Sing leton, Farrell Neilsen, Farren Collins, Vernon Nielson, Ray Mangum, Mrs. Roy Mangum, Clyce Mimott, Mrs. Pearl New ell, Kenneth McEwan, Mrs. Ken neth McEwan, Mrs. Clark Collins, Col-lins, Mrs. Floyd Patten, Mrs. S. S. Johnson, Floyd Lewis, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Wm. Kockerhans and Mrs. George Brewer. DISTRICT ONE OFFICERS Newly chosen Democratic of ficers for Orem District One were announced Saturday: C. R. Gillman, chairman; Erma Swen-son, Swen-son, vice chairman; Mrs- LeRoy Nichols, secretary; Hazel Gill man, treasurer; Evan wiiberg, LeRoy Nichols and J. W. Gillman, Gill-man, district committee; C. R. Gillman. LeGrand Jarman. Evan Jarman, C. R. Gillman, LeRoy Gillman, LeGrand Jarman, Iona Wiiberg, LeRoy Nichols and J. Eldon Swenson, central committee; commit-tee; Gilbert Richardson, Glen Nichols. Mrs. LeRoy Nichols, Hazel Gillman, Erma Swenson, Elwood Baxter, J. W. Gillman and J. E. Swenson, delegates to the county convention. By BOYD C. DAVIS Chairman of Camping Utah National Parks Council ' Let's go camping out In the wide open spaces -where most men and boys are looking forward for-ward to some real' adventures. What is better medicine than UTAH LAKE AT HIGH LEVEL' " REPORT SHOWS ' i In 1933 Utah Lake had reached reach-ed i record low. Now, according to reports by T. Frank Wentz, Provo watershed commissioner, the lake contains five times as much water es It did then and has risen seven and one half feet. In 1035. it contained. 139,800 acre feet of water and was nine feet below compromise. It Is now only one and one half feet below compromise and contains 710,200 acre feet, , . j'o Mr. Wentz reports that although al-though Utah Lake and nearby reservoirs including Deer Creek and Strawberry are at record levels, current precipitation is considerably lower than last year on the Provo river and Bur-rounding Bur-rounding watersheds, , He explains ex-plains the lake's rise by the fact that the record precipitation of last year is still having its effect ef-fect Ground water from springs along the east edge of the lake and along . the feeding ' rivers doesn't usually show up until a year or two years after a wet season, and is now pouring into in-to the lake In great quantities. Mr, Wentz's figures revealed that precipication in' this region for the six month period Oct. 1. 194S to March 1, 1948 was only 62 per cent of normal, - Normal for this region in that period is 9.08 Inches but was only 5.64. A year ago for the same period the precipitation was 9.95. Deer Creek reservoir is higher high-er than it has ever been, with 66,222 acre feet of water. It is still, however, less than one half fulL;4f The Reservoir's maximum capacity Is 150,000 acre feet Reclamation officials have prophesied prop-hesied they will fill the reservoir this year. ' Strawberry lake, of vital in terest to south Utah county, has also reached record levels with a present content of 98,400 acre feet, more than seven times the 12,660 In 1934, lowest point in the past 12 years. Camp Orem to Meet At Anderson Home Camp Orem of Utah Daugh ters of Utah Pioneers will hold their meeting Thursday after noon, April 18, at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Luclle Anderson. All members and those eligi ble for membership are invited to be present. Captain Mariam Bradshaw requests locality his tories be brought to the meet ing. Orem Woman Public Health Nurse Mrs. Lucile Page of Orem, has been appointed to assist Mrs. Carol B. Ralle, in charge of pub lic health nursing In Provo. Mrs. Page is a registered nurse and received special schooling in public health nursing at the University of Oregon. camp by some mountain brook where mother nature has been kind with flowers, trees, and birds, a ?Yes, it's these outdoor adventures adven-tures that Boy Scouts look tor-ward tor-ward to. Moretboys join Scout troops in anticipation of going camping and hiking than for any other single reason. Let's put the "Outing" in Scouting. The winter weekly meetings are but training sessions to prepare pre-pare the boy for the year-round activities. Why train the boy in first aid, hiking, use of knife and ax, cooking, fire building; safety, camp sanitation, etc., if we never give him an opportunity opportun-ity to try his newly learned knowledge and develop a skill in the activity. Scouting? ft? "doing" and out in nature is the place to do it. - Scouting is a character building build-ing program through activities of games, hikes, and personal contact witm men who understand under-stand youth. The Scout oath and law becomes a reality in the boy's life. Out on the stream or trail, he learns to put into practice prac-tice the friendship and cooperation, coopera-tion, cheerfulness, industry, and other personality traits he hears so much about at church, schpol and scout meeting. One great leader has said "If you want to know what is the boy's heart, his ideals, character, char-acter, .ambition, and worth; take him out of his everyday environment en-vironment and place him under the natural light of stars where he is on his own around a camp fire, on the mountain top, or in a valley of trees and he soon measures his worth to you." Spring is just around the corner cor-ner and summer will soon be here. Some 6000 Scouts in our council are looking forward to a camping experience overnight,-week end, and the longer in council operated camp. It is our responsibility as parents and leaders to see that the opportunity opportun-ity is made for the boys to have this experience while they are young. Because of the confidence they feel in Scout training, not only do the people place responsibility respon-sibility upon Scouts in an emergency, but Scouts themselves, them-selves, ' feeling certain of their qualifications, voluntarily assume as-sume responsibility. This confidence con-fidence can only be justified if the Scouts have, i tested their knowledge under conditions that are a real challenge to their ability.' abil-ity.' ::sWe must .train the youth In the way he should go, and then go that way ourselves. EMPLOYMENT FOR 150 PROMISED Radio Quia Program In a recent "Quiz Kids" program pro-gram conducted by the inquiring inquir-ing editor of the Telegram-Tribune, conducted in the auditorium auditori-um at Lincoln, and later transcribed trans-cribed over radio, the following students took part: Richard He-bertsonSfcnl He-bertsonSfcnl Walker "Richard Millett, Eugene Stubbs, Darlene Ercanbracky Janet BaumFaye Lunceford and Patty Yager. Experiments With DDT for Farm Pests The Lincoln high school Future Fu-ture Farmers of America chap ter is carrying on experiments on the spraying of crops with DDT. They are working in co operation with the farmers on this program, and results of the experiments will be published in the papers during the sum mer. Members of the chapter feel this is very helpful and a worthy project to help in the fight fon better improved farming. UTAH RENT CONTROL AMENDMENT "ENEVA WARD BELIEF SOCIETY Geneva ward Relief society will hold their meeting Tuesday Afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. S. L. Maycock fSharlot Booth). Those who can come at an earlier hour are asked to come and work. With the inclusion of Utah county in the OPA rent amend ment permitting a maximum six months waiting period before tenants may be evicted from a newly purchased house, the en tire state of Utah Is under the ruling, Glen D. Reese, OPA rent executive, announced today. Fred E. Ray, Provo rental area supervisor, said the six months waiting period as in cases where a purchaser wants to occupy a newly acquired home becomes effective April 15. Previously, there was a three-month waiting period for purchasers of houses in Utah county. "The rent regulation is flex ible." Mr. Ray explained, "and veterans may be given special consideration in gaining occu- pancy of their homes." ' W. L. Mildenhall, Manager of the Provo office of the United States Employment Service said today that the business outlook for Provo and Utah county is much brighter . than for some time;. The reason for this opin ion is that a new factory to man ufacture ladies' lingerie is soon-Coming soon-Coming to Provo and that this-new this-new company will employ ar-v proximately 150 Utah county-women county-women to make these products. frui a... j t a : - completely ' new to this labor market area and all those hired will have to be' trained to operate oper-ate from single stitch to triple stitch sewing machines. The company will conduct the train- Ing of these -workers and nav them while learning to do their work. Some men will be em- men. and mechanics. i All hiring will be done-through done-through the . United States Env. ployment Service office. Persons who are Interested in this type of work are requested to file applications, with the Provo of- - lice hi u ranrrn iniuarcit.' These openings will materialize , in the near future, and workers - wm te employed as quickly as-they as-they can be trained. ' ' . i -j . t - - - .!f :. Officers Reelected at Orem Women's Club The Federal civilian avroll Is approximately $650,000,000: peri month. Forty members and guests of Orem Women club enjoyed a tour of the Springville art gal- . lery Wednesday evening. The husbands of the ; ladies S were special guests. . Mrs. . Mae B. Huntington lectured on the tic- tures and artists. - Preceding the tour a business meeting was held in the Little Theater, with an election being Conducted by Mrs. Leeman Bennett.' Ben-nett.' All officers were re-elect. ed as follows: Mrs. Stephen Novakovich, Nov-akovich, president; Mrs. L. S. Maycock, vice, president; Mrs. William A. Cox, recording secretary; sec-retary; -: Mrs. 1 Henry Falkner, treasurer, and Mrs. Thomas Yeager, corresponding secre- tarv.