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wW'-WW-W :'"-l-ltl" ''"-- OREM-GENEVA TIMES Thursday, Aprai8,1fl!t Niw anoe Shop OREM SHOE REPAIRING Open For Business, Shoes Neatly Repaired While You Wait Located North State in Orem by Prestwich Lumber Company LESTER RIDING, Prop. 3 OREM UTAH Doors open 7 :00 Matinee prices 7 :00 to 7 :30 1st show 7:30 2nd show 9:40 Friday Saturday April 19-20 - u6 wrrm.. -a-t 1 71 WUh Jack Bu8teL Walter Huiton nd Thos. Mitchell 'a . and THE BASHFUL BUZZARD" Cartoon i rathe News " ' ) ; Saturday Matinee 1:30 P.M. April 20 J HENRY AtDRICH fOR PRESIDENT . A hilarious comedy starring Jimmy Lydon and "Bashful Billiard" Cartoon I .... "Dirty Decade" Comtdy Chapter I "Mystery of the Rlverboat" ; ' M- nday Tuesday April 22 - 23 : LIFE WITH BLONDIE t Penny Singlalon Arlhw takeLarry Simi Carritt lota of fun and laughter for amy on! and "ROUGH RIDING JUSTICE" , A good action story featuring Charles Starrett! and rathe News And on the Stake "AMATEUR NIGHT ; Wednesday -Thursday April 24-25 ; THOSE ENDEARING YOUNG CHARMS Robert Young and Laraine Day i . A romantic comedy for those who enjoy an ' evening of sophisticated fun t t and PAN- AMERICANA Phillip Tarry Eve Arden A musical comedy wtih. a South American letting! :. ' : I PLEASANT VIEW The outstanding event of the week was the M Men and Gleaner Glean-er Girl banquet, which was held in the banquet room of the amusement hall Wednesday evening. The tables were decorated dec-orated with April flowers and favors were small umbrellas. Ferron Jones was toastmaster. After the banquet all went upstairs up-stairs in the Amusement hall for the dance. The hall was beautifully decorated depicting their theme "April Showers" with colorful umbrellas. The Relief Society will hold its meeting this Tuesday and all are invited to come. It will be work and business. A lesson les-son will be given. A surprise birthday party was given P. K. Nielsen by his children last Saturday evening at his home. Twenty-two of his children and grandchildrne attended the party. INSURANCE LOANS and REAL ESTATE SEE FRED E. RAY Offices 70 South, Second West TIRE REPAIRING VULCANIZING BATTERIES BRIMHALL BROS. 121 W. lt N. Pre Phona 200 a;;:;;:;;:;;;!:;::::;;:!:::;;:::::::;;:!;:;::::::;;:::-:;::::!: Tomorrow may lie too late The last minute or the lait mile may result in a bad automobile smash-up. With ear values up and repairs high you can't afford to drive without a itate Farm Mutual full service policy m your car. Call your local State "arm agent today. RULON L. BURR 326 East Second So. American Fork Pho.676 STATI FARM INSURANCI COMPANIES I Rlooalngton, Illinois IH Wwltft Ursnr 4 iff a ZitraraK C. Utah County Mattress Factory COMPLETE BUTTRESS and BATT SERVICE Only Factor In ttoak Gaunt Wt are not Represented by anj transient mattress workers, but will call for and dellvar without extra charge. Just Phone 345 Of drop us a card 68! Wet! 2nd North PROTO UTAP ELLSWORTH RADIO SERVICE GUARANTEED SERVICE ON ALL HAKES Orem Cash Store Building Pick-Up and Delivery Service Phone OlOS-J-12 Woman's Club and Guests Enjoy a Fashion Review More than 110 ladies enjoyed the open session and fashion review re-view of Orem Womens club, held Wednesday afternoon at Scera auditorium. Receiving the guests were the club officers, Mrs. Stephen No-vakovich, No-vakovich, Mrs. L. S. Maycock, Mrs. William A." Cox, Mrs. Henry Hen-ry Falkner, and Mrs. Thomas Yeager. Scout Troop No. 33 of Tim-panogos Tim-panogos ward, presented the colors, and Mrs. Stephen Nova-kovich Nova-kovich greeted the guests. A business meeting preceded the program. Mrs. Lee Brooks, program, chairman, introduced Kay Band ley and Claudine Marshall, accompanied ac-companied by Nadine Mitchell, of Provo high school, who sang two numbers, and Mrs. James Norton played a piano solo, "Romance in D flat major. For the fashion show the stage was beautifully decorated with lattice work, spring blossoms and butterflies. Mrs. Brooks introduced Miss Ruth Redd, president of the social unit OS Trovata of BYU, who modeled all types of wearing apparel from negligees to evening gowns, which were furnished by "Stevens" of Provo- Shirley Shir-ley Wilkes acted as commentator commenta-tor and models were Muth McDonald, Mc-Donald, Marian Owens, Shir ley Christensen, LaRae Reynolds, Rey-nolds, Bobette Peterson, Lou Stoddard, Jean Whitney, Shirley Shir-ley Romney, Barbara Weeks, and Hannah Williams- Agnes Pace Feted On77th Birthday Mrs. Sidney A. (Agnes) Pace will be feted at an open house Friday, the occasion being her 77th birthday anniversary. An invitation is extended to all relatives and friends to call at th family home between the hours of 2 and 6 p. m. Mrs. Pace has more than 100 descendants, including six sons, four daughters, 56 grandehil-d'en grandehil-d'en and 42 great grandchildren Her sons and daughters include Mrs. William E. Cox, Mrs-William H. Duffin, Sidney A. Pace, Jr., Orem; Thomas B. Pace, of Magna; Mrs. W. R. Priece, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Cleo Beer Spanish Fork; Mrs. Noal Ferre. "Vineyard; Mrs. Joseph H- Pet erson, Provo; and Carl Pace, Provo. She is still enjoying good health and is active about her home and LDS church activities. ac-tivities. Mr. Pace has worked In Mutual, Relief Society and is active in genealogical work and S a Relief Society visiting teacher. She is. a fine nurse and is noted for her needlework needle-work and beautiful quilts. Mrs. Pace was born in North Ogden, but following her marriage mar-riage has made her home here in Orem for the past 52 years. L0I1G QISTflHIE to. cnicHins UP (cx go through as you hold the who. Long delays are fewer The service is getting better, but we've still got a good way to go before be-fore we get back to pre-war service. Once we catch up with that, we'll keep right on going and try to make the service even better. The Mountain States Telephone anil Telegraph Company Hem's a real opportunity foe the young man who wanta good job with a future. An Army job is a steady job offering offer-ing good pay, the highest aecurity, every opportunity for promotion and a chance to tee the world. You get valuable training in technical skills, good food, clothing, quarters and medical care free. If you go overseas, you get 20 extra pay. You can retire at half pay after 20 years or retire at three-Quarters three-Quarters pay after 30 years. And you get a 30-day vacation at full pay every year! Many other advantages not offered elsewhere. If you are 18 to 34 and physically fit (or 17 with parents' consent), you can enlist now and qualify for one of these fine Jobs in the peacetime Regular Army. You owe it to yourself to get aQ the factt NOWI Apply at 17. S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION HAVEYOURTIRESV f VITALITY? 3 Si Spencer PTA Elects New Officers Mrs. Ronald Adams presided at Spencer school Parent-Teachers meeting, Wednesday evening eve-ning at Lincoln high school auditorium- A Spencer PTA song, written writ-ten by Mrs. Stephen Novako-vich, Novako-vich, was played by Mrs. Thor-val Thor-val Rigby and sung by the roup- iU , Dances and songs by the students stu-dents of the third and fourth grades were given. Mrs. Goodman Good-man Aiken read an article, "Home Influences," and Mrs. Thorval Rigby gave a "Prayer for Parents." I An election was held, Mrs- James Norton being named president, Mrs. William Cox, vice president. The nominating nominat-ing committee was made up of Mrs, Frank Woofinden, Mrs. Barbara Ebenstein and Mrs. Thorval Rigby. VINEYARD Miss Arva Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Williams, has accepted a call to fulfill a mission. She will leave for the mission home May 20, and will labor in the Western Canadian Mission with headquarters at Edmonton, Alberta, Can. On Friday a ward excursion to the Salt Lake Temple was sponsored by the ward chairman, chair-man, Victor M. Anderson, and Jesse Sumsion, of the Melchize-dek Melchize-dek group. Those to attend were Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Blake. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harding, Hard-ing, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gammon, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sumsion, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Davis, Mr. and Mrs- Clement Dalley, Mrs-Olena Mrs-Olena Gammon, Mrs. Ellen Holdaway, Mrs. George F. Wells Mrs. J. Alma Olson. Marcelle Young, Bishop Taylor Allen, Mrs. Rex Blake, Mr- and Mrs-Victor Mrs-Victor M. Anderson, and Mrs. Lewis Clegg. The MIA held a closing social so-cial meeting Tuesday evening, after a successful year. A program pro-gram featuring the following numbers was presented: Oration, Ora-tion, Barbara Harding. A little talk on the Theme, by Russell Gammon. The piano selections were played by Carol Madsen and Grace Gammon and the Gleaner girls sang two numbers- Short talks of appreciation wer given by Pres. Delia Stone and Pres. Harold Holdaway. Supt. George Ashby was present. pres-ent. Dancing and refreshments RHEUMATISM and ARTHRITIS I suffered for years and am so thankful that I found relief from this terrible affliction that I will gladly answer anyone writing me for information Mrs. Anna Pautz, P.O. Box 825 Vancouver, Wash. TAILORING Ladies' and Gen:'lemaea FINE TAILORING Beta SUITS and COATS at $25 up REPAIRING ALTERING REMODELING Se MITCHELL 491 South 2nd Wact H:-r- were enjoyed later by the gathering. gath-ering. A special Easter program will be given at the morning session ses-sion of Sunday School. DAY or NIGHT Phone 476 Phone 474 NAYLOR AUTO GO. 70 E. 1 North Provo Mrs. Norma Holdaw,, hostess to members of , club at her home. 2)-rook 2)-rook was played and S ments served to ten me A HOHE-LUE PLACE TO STAY HOTEL ROBERTS Provo, Utah - i "'En j YES we have the tools, paint and other things you need to fix everything from the cellar to the roof; from the front fence to the back garden ... and priced right. Simmons Lumber and Hardware Co. "Your Trading Center.' PHONE 048-R2 OREM ::::::::::::::::::::::: ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR Expert Watch and Jewelry Repair NEW AND USED WATCHES GUNS JEWELRY LOANS ON VALUABLES Owned and Operated By an, Ex-Serviceman PHONE 573 PROVO 0AH AND JEWELRY COMPANY 51 North University Ave. ssssssS ALL OVER THE NATION - r 4 rn mm M THE CAMPAIGN IS ON! CLEAN UP.PAINT UP-FK UP i a slogan worth lollowin i this Sprjnl' It's more than just a slogan . . . it planned city wide homefront attack on dirt; germs and other unhealthy conditions. m Plans have been made for a C3eao Up, Paint Up, Fix Up Campaign m aSnTptSj Si Md constructive effort h beutSoi1 1Ued t0 d M te can 'm M why movement of rehabilitation and OEER2 CITY " V" 10S West Center Provo 43Z W. Center Phone 104 i.