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S UKUAMiJUJSJSVA TIMES il This 'N That "' By Ethel N. Hair "WHAT THE RETURNING Grs WANT MOST" HIFOUKS; A 'returning. GI told me he wanted to eat, and eat good old American food, and talk to some Dody that understood uie as It is ioaay. A troop train came In on one of those quiet afternoons; and the ,U.P. Cafe (S.L.) took on an air or activity. The era were lust home from corts'in other lands. They clamored into the caie ana grabbed menu while waitresses stood at attention to take Orders teaks. nf mllV and ice cream were the popular orders. Steaks priced at $1.10 and S 1.33. drinks and riowrta . tra. ; "Things surely have gone up, uiey exciaimea, "since we leu America." I said, "imagine nea at any price." 'Th'ejT were ' trlmttiliof talk about getting home and doing things of plans to go ahead in wis new world of soaring prices It, does look good to see the mothers' sons coming home by the hundreds. There are some of these boys who will not come home, but .the memory of then courage is fresh in the minds of weir Duddys. one such G.T. told me he was going' see a mother of a buddy who died In VKinawa. "li t we Hardest thing ; KITCHEN CRAFT Heavy Aluminum I Ware Burpee Pressure Cookers ; NOW AVAILABLE Writ or Phons 067RS PxovO R. D. 2, Box 28. Oram, Utah RICHARD A. BREWER ' I have had to do or face in this war," he told, me in tones f awe. "Pray about it", I said. He would have talked at length, but you know bosses. The returning re-turning G. I's seem to want to talk, and need some mothering, rather than a flirtation with the flirty little waitress. While having my ; luncn,, I talked to Dr. Curtis, wha was In. ternlng at the State hospital when I worked there vear men. He has changed, he is much older, but has rare intelligence ana insisnt.into the minds and hearts of people. He is being sent to tsusnneu nospital to straighten out the twists and kinks in the minds of some of our boys. He told me his buddy, Carl Jonas, wrote the book "Beachhead on the Wind" which he thinks will help the Home ioiks to understand what's In the minds and hearts of our return- ing G.I.'i '"THE BOYS HAVE CHANGED" He said. "Of course, the bovs have chanced nnrinMi will phnnffik anvntiA mnmA a ffiam O -. vw.m.v v' Ava have. taken-a mental growth and V dUUU MlWia I utners just can rtakeit, and he hones to heh this tvne of natlent I'll bet a cookie he can and will. Then we sot around to the basic training that caused a mental flaw In th maV nt tain individuals the neurotica. "A mother," he said, "was great- ijr tcapuiuiiui ; var cany irain-ing irain-ing in childhood and the Latin countries had a svstem that seemed to give results. There are no do's and don't, for a child of tender vears. that lav them uninhibited to become the individual nature Intended them to pe. ana irom tnai wav on. . amole was the only way to teach a cnud. ..a ihursday-, April 11, 1945, SPRAY NOW FOR PEAR AND CHERRY THRIPS SPRAT NOW FOR APHIDS In touring the fruit orchards orch-ards of the countv. Clarence D. Ashton, Ajs't county farm , agent, reports he has never seen so many aphids at this time for years as he finds in . the orchards, esoeoialhr peach; orchards. ' He warns the farmers to take care of this pest in their early' spray. Black leaf-40 is the prefect spray for this pest, but he advises the or chard men to check With their chemical dealer as to what is available for aphid control. Mr. Ashton asks the re operation of all -fruitgrowers m examining their orchards carefully for the aphid and spray now. j "And There Shall be an ? Abundance of all good Things!" 1 cwt. Bright Baled Straw 85c j Federation Seed Wheat 3.83 1 1 Idaho Grown treated I ALFALFA SEED! J 'Argentine .38 lb. . ; Utah Common or v . ; Grimm .47 Ibj ' UTAIIYBRID FIELD . 60 lb. bapr ... $6,10 1!. .. CNo. 830,' early, slightly'' ; . 1 , higher) ) ; Quality" merchandise at fair 1 prices are traditional at?J. ; ? BUNKER FARMS , Bu-iness Hours; Daily, ex. I cept Sundays 8 a. m. to 6 p. m Phone Provo 016R-3 . ' 'MOTHERS OP THIS NEW GENERATION" "What will life h lit- divorce, working, -; stepping, drinking mothers, who leave their children to the care of any individual available. When 9 mother is not there to tuck a child into bed and help with prayers, she loses the grand privilege to share a faith in God and His veerlasting goodness, to cement ties of lasting love. In fact, she loses everything that's sweet and precious allotted to motherhood.' he said. No, he Isn't married, wouldn't cam to. take a chance on today's women) lor ne stated with emphasis, "She has freedom and indenend. ence, and definitely, she doesn't Know now to use them to advantage. ad-vantage. When a woman throws away the priceless virtues be longing to her sex, all civlliza uon crumbles." PLANT A GARDEN "Geneva Steel Is Across ' From Us." 3 v FERTILIZER Sulphate of Ammonia 20.6 Nitrogen Content ?it ' $2.45 V cwt. ' Delivered ' la 500 lb. or larger lots, 1 Utah Valley Distributors - V Provo. Utah - ,t Phone 18234 (After 9 p. m.) Shoe Repairing 1 Louis Kelsch & Fn R etBooterie Every Utah countv famllv siiuuau, grow a,- victory garaen this summer ,to provide itself with an adequate' food supply ana .release grains for shipment abroad, according to S. R. Bos- wen,, county agents , Dr. E. Milton Anriertnn , tension horticultural at jftnh State Agricultural College who has Just returned ffom Washing, ton, D. C where hej attendea the national .garden conference which was called by President iruman, reports that the famine situation abroad is verv rent Mr. sosweil said. Victory gard ens win maxe u possible to produce pro-duce and conserve morfr food in 1948. The more trarrfpni w have and the better gardens they are,, me more, food we can send abroad and the more IItm r can save, he said., ' Economists predict Jhat the price of food will be continually high throughout the ycaf. ae- coramg io tne county agent so the growing -of victnrv Mn4n again this mmmr win a ttav county; families , financially, f weu a neming in the llgh aealnst famtn , 4 ,L - President Theodora Pnni first called attention in th need of conservlng.our natural resources at a meeting of Governors Gov-ernors held in th Whit ttn,,e. A- IYn 4 AAA It was in the flood mttml bill of 1928 that Conn fire admitted it to be th rttit m vue uniieq swtes to control uooas on tributaries of the Mississippi river. , :em Pear thriDS were found in the buds of neara nnd chnrrloa T110. day, April 2, for the first tone. tms year. From the number of thriDs in some buds. It is evident that they had been coming from tne sou for a day or two before they were found Tuesday. This insect Is the one which has caused serious damage to pears and cherries and lesser aamaee to annles and nrune in some orchards during the past two seasons. For best Control, an annlloa. Uon of 1 D.D.T. should hoin. puea thoroughly go that all buds are weu covered with the spray. A 1 solution can be had by using two pounds of D.D.T. SO to each 100 gal, spray, or 4 lbs. D.D.T. 29. etc. Use the snia1. er pr sticker recommended by your deaJer, but mix no other material with his spray. D.D-T. can be mine wifn a of the standard spray materials. oui au recommendations caution against mixlnff ntl r n m - 1tSt A . for fear of injury to plant tissue. oince k is top early for lime- SUlDhur gnravs. thera use 4n mixing this spray at this time. In Case of blarlc fhrrw snliMa it may be advisahle in baa material with .D.D.T. for their control. The aphids are hatched hatch-ed nOW and COUM he enntmnoA at the same time as the thrips. nun your aeaier wnat he has for aphid control aril whotw recommends its use with D.D.T. Rotenone and oil may be used ior wrips control. This spray gave verv cood result iak. .... - w - . w9 mi vna is available some chemical chemi-cal dealers. It la rMtnmma,ij.j as an aphid spray as well. For this reason, the spray may be vreierrea to, D.D.T. In cases where cherry aphida are to be controlled- Be sure the stormv V7aatl u cleared before nravina a warm day or two fniinu k prospects for continuel good weauier snouw be the signal to start on the thrips. Clarence D. Ashton, . Assistant County Agent Sharon MIA to' Present Storv ! Festival tieney primary., To Sponsor Dance The Primarv AftfAniVatlnn a Geneva ward is giving a dance Thursday afternoon. A,pril . 18, immediately xouowine aehooi. for all- Primarv children of the ward and theif friends, ft,A fine orcnestra nas Been secured. The children are asked to brins their nickles and dimes as the affair U to- benefit the Geneva ward building fund. -There Will he special features. PRETTY WEDDING AT DOWNS HOME Jane Ashtdn Brereton Funeral Service A capacity crowd filled Ed?e. mont ward chapel Saturday at 1:30. to overflmiHnif tn ra irioute to saran Jane Ashton Brereton, 62, .who passed .'away weanesaay evening at the lanv ily home following a heart at tack. ;, ' Bishop J. Golden Taylor con- New Shoe Stop OREM SHOE REPAIRING Open For Business Shoes Neatly Repaired ; . . While You Wait v Located North' State In, Orera by ' ' Prestwich Lumber Company LESTER RIDING. Prop. ' On Tuesday evening Anii 18, the Sharon MIA win nr, " vuvut a speech and story festival hon- oring me pioneers of the com munuy ana local camp of uaugnters of Utah Pioneers, A program of pioneer music, speech and stories win k. on pioneer history,?; under, the wrecuon or v Dorothys CampbeD speech director . Dancing wUl follow the pro- wun oid -tune and square uances oemg featured. All pioneers tf the and daughters of She pioneers are invitea: to attend 'as special mqnf wara. are given a special HEALTH REPORT ducted the impressive service. with prelude and postlude organ music being played by Mrs. Olea scnuman. Clarence Ashton of. fered the invocation. Mr. and Mrs- Frank Goold sang "The Picture mat Hung on the Wall". The speakers were James B. Ferguson and John W. Stuobs, close friends of Mrs. Brereton; Miss Nila StubbS slaved a violin solo, accompanied by Miss mare-. aret Mikelson and Elvis B. Ter ry sang "In the Garden", accompanied accom-panied by Miss Carol Memmott. Tracy Colvin Offered the benediction bene-diction and the grave at the Provo Pro-vo Burial park Was dedicated by wm. r. wiscombe. The pallbearers were nephews of Mrs- Brereton, Frank Ashton, AfVll' Ashtofl. Curtis Colvin Bert Ercanbrack, jonn Breeton una ioya erereion. MrS.' Brereton was horn .Tan. uary 25; 1884, in Provo, a daugh ter oi George ana Sarah Jane Hooks Cook." She received her education in the Provo City hals and was a;t!ve in MIA nd V. .'nary w '. In the lim church during her earlv life She married John Austin Brereton Brere-ton December 0, t903 in the Salt Lake temple and thev marfe thai home in Pleasant View, where uiey nave since lived. Mr. Brereton Brere-ton died July 24, 1935. Sh was a member of Camp Edgetnont, ' Daughters of Utah rioneers ana Edgemont Relief Society and was a mmtW nf Pleasant View ward choir for many years. Mrs. Brereton is survived hv eight sons and two daugmers, Morris A. Brereton. Edeemnnt- Verl A. Brereton, Payson; Clif ton n. urereton. Edeemont- Von R. Brereton, Sprrngville; Lynn E. Brereton, Edgemont; Pfc. Marvin J. Brereton, Colorado Springs; Kenneth W. Brereton and Rulon G. Brereton, Edge- nwm; Mrs. uyae B. (Erma) Jacobsen, Provo; Mrs. Max (Lucille) Philiipes, Provo. Also, 34 grandchildren, three sisters ana two brothers. Mr Trav (2eUa A.) Colvin, Mrs, R. G. (Ida A.) Ercanbrack, .both of Pleasant View. Mrs. Waiiw (Elsie C.) Lott, Salt Lake City, . mumas ana unaries H. Ashton Ash-ton of Pleasant View. Her ehts died when she was an infant and she was reared by her foster parents, air. ana Mrs. John Mills Asmon. - A nrettv affair of the week was the wedding of Miss Kate Bowen of Independence, Mo., and John Bieber of Denver. Colorado, who were united in marriage Sunday by President J. Clayton Watts at the CUuence Downs nome. The hride chose a nale blue suit with pink accessories and her corsage was pink rosebuds and gardenias. Miss Kathleen Downs was maid of honor and was attired in a rose colored suit, and black accessories, with an all white corsage. Howard Downs was best man. Robert Downs sang before the cere mony, accompanied by Mrs. John W. Downs. The entertaining rooms were lovely with potted plants and cut flowers, the serving table being presided over by Mrs. Clarence Downs and Gwen Holmes. The bride and her maid of honor, were attached to the US Marine corps reserve for two and a half years. Mr. Bieber has been in the marine air corps for five years as a warrant officer and is now on hospital leave. The happy young couple left for points east and will visit relatives in Denver and Kansas Citv. They will be in Califor- nia in May, where Mr. Bieber expects to receive his discharge Easter Seals for Crippled Children ': IS'-1 ilifBiHi Communicable 1 disenena .in creased materially rfnrin . . ... past wees: in uun. with fet.i of 784 being reported as against usw ior tne previous week. Measles leads, with 322 cases reported., re-ported., but is 13A tnan last week. One case of undulant fi was reported from Salt Lair county, one case of malaria fev er from Sanpete county and one case oi epidemic meningitis at Ogden, the patient belntf i W e years or age. - ' in Utah county 5 cases of chicken poxr 1 gonorrhea; 4 measles; 8 mumps; 9 pneumonia and 1 scarlet fever cases were reported, k A Texas dairy farmer claims lhat the only lines OPA is holding hold-ing are the headlines.. , Rcsumntion of IVTnil Service to Germany Postmaster Lyle McDonald announces a postal order, effective ef-fective at once, where restricted restrict-ed mail service to all parts of uermany is being resumed. Ordinary letters weighing not in excess of one ounce and non-Illustrated non-Illustrated post cards may be accepted for mailing to all of uermany. envelopes must not hav Inter-lihings nor carry any indications other than the ad-dress ad-dress of the sender and the address ad-dress and necessary postal directions. di-rections. Other details mv t secured from Postmaster. Such cdmmunications are restricted re-stricted for the present to tw of a personal or family charac ter, communications of financial, finan-cial, commercial or business character and any inclnsur eneciw, oralis, security or cur rency are prohibited. Postage antes are "Lett. cents each, post cards, 3 cents each." Airman, registered, special aeiiverv. monev A.. and parcel post service are not avauaDie at tms time. Marshalls Scott Wilkins and Sterling Harding have been ap pointed to represent Orem district dis-trict in the Utah Societv for the Physically Handicapped. Easter aeais are being mailed to fam Hies thouehout the state for eon. tributions and in case you do not receive a letter, you may mail your contribution to the Physically Phy-sically Handicapped, 613 Bea- son ouueung, salt Lake City. This new organization was born in Utah. January 18. .184R with a definite purpose to carry on programs for the handicap- pea persons throughout the State without duplicating serv-icet serv-icet given by other agencies. The mother organization is the national Society for- oinnw Children and Adults, Inc., Chicago, Chi-cago, with whom it is closely affiliated, af-filiated, and the Utah Society is the 43rd child. Maurice War-shaw War-shaw of Salt Lake City is presi- aeni oi tne state organization and' Howard McDonald Prod- dent of BYU, Provo is vice president. The firsf nroeram im.ri vvunvur plated by the Utah Society is me estapusnment of a Cerebral farsy Center where treatment will be given to those affiliated with this illness. The group is one of the most nontoA throughout the nation. children "The Forgotten Chil- aren are as numerous generally gener-ally as children crippled by infantile in-fantile paralysis and recent research, re-search, has shown" , that 70 percent of them are of normal intelligence, and can be taught. Besides- needing meaical care, they need physical theraphy, occupational, oc-cupational, therephy, speech training, and many other related re-lated forms of care. This type of handicap is only one of the 250j kinds of crippling conditions. Mrs. Harold Mendenhall of Lehl 'has been' named Utah m,n. ty chairman, and reports the mam source of funds for the new organization is from the sale oi seals at Easter. OI' COTWfl TO CHtTRCH rtvav tha nAi oaveral vraaVs n an tKara wa a Honata fihniit ... ... . wnetner tms country was losing ita rolierlnn nv not .Sn far as the debaters were concerned there was "no decision". But there must have heen a lot of nennle in tne audience who asKea tnem? selves just what did these debaters de-baters mean by religion? Did it mean certain philoso phical beliefs? Did it mean taking the Bible as truth- Did it mean Koine to church? Or did it mean purely "inside feeling' of sympatny with the world about vou and vour fellow man? Many men will answer these Questions in manv wnvs But there will be none of them who will answer them more sincerely sincer-ely and, perhaps, more accurately accur-ately than an old ladv. who. after the meet in e. held eoiirfc outsiae to tnose wno would lis ten, she said: Relision for me means en. ing to church, to be with others in . tne religious atmospnere of a nouse or worship. I care not what creed vou tnav follow. what doema vou may believe. those things may mean much or little. But inside the hnusa of God, you find a peace in your neart tnat goes Beyond under-standins. under-standins. I know, for I have been going to worship for over 6Q years. If there were more like her, there would be no auestlon of debate on the subject of whether this country Is losing its religion or not. RED CROSS ACTIVITIES During 1945. American Red. Cross workers were called Into action to provide rescue, relief , and rehabilitation to the victims of 261 disasters, including hurri canes, tornadoes, floods, and fires. With hosoital staffs He. pleted by the war, nurse's aides gave nearly fifteen million hours in z.aae civilian hospitals. More than 20,000 volunteers of the Red Cross Hosnital and Re. creation Corps in children's hos pitals ana other civilian institu tions served 2,540,000 hours. Chaplain. Mai. George n Wood, recently retired, charged specifically that many American Ameri-can officers are not fit for tha responsibility of leading youths who would be drafted under the proposed compulsory training measure. 3 -WAY MOGUL ft $24,75 table Models $8 to $14.50 00 ilPS UTAH COUNTY 45 ACRE FARM Complete Unit Best Water Right Family Orchard Livestock and Implements Five Room Modern Brick Hom$ Full Basement, Barn, Chicken coops for 1000 Hens $26,000.00 SEE OR WRITE HEAL & AUSTIN, ING, 163 West Center Provo. Utah Phone 4 Mrs. Maud Park and Mr ba Mrs. Lowell Gordon visited with Brent Dickey at the LDS hos pital during the week. Little BreAt has been ill for some lima He is the son of Woodrow and Naomi Park Dickey. ! HAVE YOUR TIRES J .LOST. THEIR i4 VITALITY?. 9 The U. S.. 387 militnn is, next to Russia, the world's greatest landlord. The Kansas Citv fits that White House expenses under un-der President Truman for the fiscal Year startins T..1- l: . mil be increased more than 100 per cent rne regular number oi employees will K j from 52 to 225. Cost of operating oper-ating the White House will increase in-crease $56,000 to a total of $833,660. 1 I y Whiti rwwN r5". ; 5 There is one best in everything.- that Is why White Fawn leads them alL Carried by leading Mercnwus. V- 'IjL. TIRE A-jfTCi aXa.. u ak 432 W. Center Phone 104 m - SPEAR LUMBER COMPANY PHONE 34 See Us For ASPHALT ROOFING M W. 3rd South PROVO Carriers $24.75 They are equipped with pneumatic tires, have a carrying capacity of three XO-galloncans, arid are 6o easily controlled that anyone can handle thesa cans without lifting. We still jiayfe a ?;suppiy garden Tools, but gomg fast. Simmons Lumber and Hardware Co. (Your Trading Center) -And A COMPLETE HARDWARE LINE Phone 048-R2 OREM r 1L FOR YOUR.... 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