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'j HutBT SEIIVIGE uICIIHlATELY PIUCEI! .TBS' SSB1&A OREM - UTAH Doors open 7:00 . Matinee prices 7:00 to 7:30 : ; 1st show 7 ;30 2nd, show 9 :40 Friday and Saturday May 10-11 DRAGONWYCK Gene Tierney Waller Huston Vincent Price A tense, absorbing costume-drama set against the background back-ground of the early 19th century! --f r- and In. the Wilds" Speaking of Animals k "Gandy Goose and Fortune Hunter" Cartoon I Pathe News Saturday Matinee-1;3Q Ma 11 GREAT STAGECOACH ROBBERY A western story featuring Wild Bill Elliott as Red Ryderf " i'vv- and "Candy Goose & Fortune Hunter" Cartoon. ' "Congo" Cartoon "When Wife's Away' Comedy Chapter 10 "The Mystery of the Riverboat" Monday Only BLITHE Constancy Cummings and Rex Harrison A delightfully' amusing story of a medium! Filmed in Technicolor! and l ON THE STAGE THE I.IEHD0LSS0HN CHORUS Benefit performance sponsored by Sharon Stake to raise funds for purchase of organ for use in connection with religious services and community activities! Tues.. Wed. Thurs. THE YOUNG I , Jan Russell Louis Hayward - Kent Taylor This brilliant comedy makes Jane Russell an infinitely tetter actress than she appeared to her first picture "The Outlaw", There Is unusually fine photography, a good ' cast and a swell story! This picture is now running for a second week at the Uptown Theatre in Salt Lake, even breaking the records set by ''The Outlaw" This is the same record in all the bis houses throughout the United States where the picture pic-ture is now running. J ! New Shoe Shop OREM SHOE REPAIRING Open For Business Shoes Neatly Repaired While You Wait ' Located North State in Orem by Prestwich Lumber Company JfSTER RIDING. Prop. -r ' Brcause Provo families overwhelmingly over-whelmingly choose Berg Mortuary Mor-tuary to conduct their memorial services, we are able to include many features without added cost that are considered "extras" by other funeral firms. The number of services conducted By Berg Mortuary so reduces our overhead cost-per-service that we can provide the finest facilities and most modern mod-ern equipment at moderate mod-erate prices. May 13 SPIRIT May 14-15-16 Vermont Ward to Hold Reunion In Canyon Plans for the Vermont ward reunion are progressing nicely, according to announcements by Bishop Arch Pulham- A fine program of games, eats and dancing are being arranged for the later part of the month in Provo Canyon. Lost Package at Orem Post Office Postmaster Lyle McDonald announces the mail carrier on route two brought a package in for mailing, which has no Identi-fication Identi-fication mark on it at all. In giving a description, e says it weighs about a pound and is merchandise, apparently cloth-ing. cloth-ing. If anyone knows of this pack-age, pack-age, please call in and get it for address. 1KAMERA KINKS AND KWESTS , . jjKwesn What is the shutter jj speed of m box camera? 3 a What is the speed of its! a iens? ji iens? li A box camera has the sameU three settings as are found jj gon the most expensive cam- oa S4 41 . .. ft .". ui, uiey are au pre-3 pre-3 set; that is, they are set so '? that the camera can be used a only under ideal conditions. git's focus is set at about 13 g ijieet . it's shutter operates at Si a about 125 of a second: and! Hit's lens speed is about fll.p jj Therefore a box camera can jj be used only when light con-li jiditions are good, ' there is jj little or no motion in the sub-jj Iject; and not nearer than" II about eight feet H Darkroom fans: You can get ii jj your supply of darkroom jj H equipment, chemicals audi! if paper now at the I OREM PHOTO SHOP Ml. View Subdivision No. 3 Kill tu. 1, COX 241 Orem, UTAH SPEAR LUMBER COMPANY PHONE 34 See Us For- ASPHALT ROOFING 193 W. 3rd South PROVO INSURANCE LOANS and HEAL ESTATE 1 SEE FRED E. RAY Office! 73 South. Second Wert TIRE REPAIRING f'v ,.;v-- VULCANIZING BATTERIES BRIMHALL BROS. 121 W. 1U N.Provo Phone 200 For Mothers Day ' ' lyW INEZ BEAUTY SALON 720 W. 4th N. Beverly Place Orem Phone 080 J4 Legionaires Enjoy Fine Program Monday evening an enjoyable party was enjoyed by American Legion Orem Post No. 72 and members of the auxiliary at Parks cafe. Mrs. A. Ernest Conover, presi dent of the auxiliary, was in charge of 'the program, which featured "'Poppy Day". Lila Mae McDonald read the poem "Flanders Field" before the fine talk given by Mrs. Lottie Worth-en Worth-en who was Introduced by Mrs Conover and told of the significance signifi-cance of 'Poppy Day" to the veterans. Lila Mae then read the "Answer to Flanders Field." At the conclusion of the pro gram, Glen Burr played Taps. Lincoln Junior High Notes The 7th grade of Lincoln juni-or juni-or high enjoyed a delightful trip Saturday when they went to Salt, Lake City. by bus and enjoyed the day sightseeing, under the direction, of Don Dixon. Dix-on. - "Hearts and Blossoms' a comic operetta in two acts, was presented at the high school auditorium Wednesday . and Thursday evenings. ' Wm. M, Vernon directed-the fine presentation, with the following fol-lowing cast: Inez Aaams, Kenneth Ken-neth Ashton, Doris Beldon, Dave Nuttall, Carol ' Watts, ' Marlow Miller, Dolletta Kampman, Stanley Stan-ley Hortt, Geniel Larsen, Donna Madsen, Gene Taylor and Byron Stubbs, and a full supporting chorus and dancers.- ; Stephen ' Christensen i was elected Lincoln junior high school .president, with Nancy Taylor, vice president, Donna Madsen. secretary. - L- B- Ben nett, assistant principal, supervised super-vised the election.. --' f Lincoln Seniors Enjoy Excursion The Senior class excursion is being enjoyed by members of that class at Lincoln high school Thursday afternoon the entire class journeyed to the MIA Girls' Home in Provo Canyon, where a program and games were enjoyed and the night was spent under the direction of the class advisors, Boyd C. Davis, pCi. D. xeuy, jveuu Duyci um tiiiaa jvnuasen. The class plans to leave the home at noon Frida and will go to Saratoga for a swim, and will complete the day s events with a weinner roast. ' The committees .directing the affairs of the excursion are Don Griffith, Jean Conder, LaVen Isaacson, Leon' Isaacson, John Pino, . Eddie - Durham, Eugene Lotz, Janet Baum, Nina Strat-ton Strat-ton and Jean Clegg. ! New Student Body v Officers for Lincoln ' j ' :''" ft At a recent lively election, officers of-ficers of Lincoln high school student body were elected as follows: President, Dean Adams; Vice president, Myrleen Smith; secretary, Marilyn Christensen; historian, Donna Christenson; judge of student court, Leo Hold- away; advertising manager, Florence Westwood; boys' athletic ath-letic manager, Jesse Assay; girls' athletic manager, Hattie Hall; debate manager, Harold NImer; music manager, Doris Morrow; dramatic ' manager, Sheree Weeks; girls organization president, presi-dent, Marie Rohbock; Boys' organization or-ganization president, Kay Mad sen; Tigerette president, jean-nene jean-nene Watkins; FFA president, Dale Harding; Livewlre editor, Kathryn Christenson: Yearbook editor, Joe Adams; cheerleaders, Joan Ercanbrack, Carol Bartiet and Joy Hancock. These officers will assume their council at the beginning of the school year in September. Testimonial and (Dance for Miss Arva Williams Miss Arva Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Williams will be honored Sunday evening at a testimonial in the Vineyard ward chapel, prior to her leaving for the West Canadian mission. Make her happy with a New Permanent Wave TT-jfi. StvliW Manicuring ' , C. M. Stone- of the ward mis sionary committee will conduct the program, - A dance Will also honor Miss Williams on Thursday evening, May io. in the Lake View ward amusement ' hall to which all relatives and friends are invited to be present, - . :,. - GENEVA- LOST A heavy aluminum baking pan, about 24x14 inches. at Geneva ward bazaar and din ner. If someone has taken it home by mistake thinking it belonged be-longed to a neighbor or friend, please return to the home of Zenda Rowley or Reva Rohbock. The Genea ward Relief society so-ciety Workand business meet ing will be held Tuesday at the home of President Winnie Gruff. The' visiting teachers will give their report and the topic will be given. - AU ladies of the ward are invited to be present at 2 o'clock. . Sweeter, than the balm of Gilead, richer thaA the diamonds of Golconda, . dear as the friendship of those we love, are justice, fraternity, and Chris- nan cnanty. . Sunday, May 12th will be Mothers Day. Have you your mother in mind? You whose mothers are still alive; you are the ones to whom Mothers Day should appeal. Are you proud of her? You who , are away from mother, so you cannot see her or converse with her, have you written her lately? If not, be sure to communicate with her in some way, .Your mother who is in the sunset of life, whose form is bent, whose locks are almost white and whose hands are not as smooth as they were at one time, is the one to whom honor and respect is most due. Try to picture in your mind the smile on her face, and the tear of happiness that will come in to her eyes, and how her heart will warm up to you.' Pause just a moment from the hurry and excitement tnat you may be in and let your mind go back a little and reflect on a few things, that she has done for you, and you will wonder how she ever did it. .', Your mother would rather have a- smile and a . kind word, or a bouquet of flowers now while she is alive. than all the flowers that can be banked around her casket after she has gone. Many men spend more money on caskets, flowers and emb lems of mourning than they ever spent on their poor, loving, self- sacrificing mothers for many years while they were alive Men who, perhaps never thought of carrying flowers" to their mothers in life, pile them high upon their coffins. . Now, if you cannot write, but may be close to a telephone, call her. up. How. delightful she would be to hear your voice! Perhaps she has not neara it tor years and it would be a great treat. She surely would enjoy it, and if you neither write nor phone, send her telegram. costs only a few cents, but oh. how it would pay in gratitude and good feelingr AMERICAN LEGION GROWTH , The American Legion started the new year with, a gain of 549,637 membership over Its enrollment a year ago, says As sistant National Adjutant Henry Dudley. The Legion's nationwide nation-wide 1946 membership totaled 1,560,092 on January 2, with the two-million mark being reach ed on February 4. FOUR THINGS com not back: They are: The spoken word, the sped arrow, the past life, and the neglected opportunity, oppor-tunity, Arabian Proverb- 'LEGAL NOTICES . - NOTICE TO CREDITORS H- Estate of Verena C. CrandalL sometimes known at Verna C. CrandalL Deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned undersign-ed at her residence in Orem, Utah, on or before July 1st, 1946. VERENA C. HOLT, V- . Adminlstratorlx. Published AprU 25, May 2, 9, 16, 1946. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that Orem City will receive up to 10:00 o'clock a.m., on the 31 day of May, 1946, sealed bids for the construction of approxi mately 7050 L f. of 8 inch sewer lines, manholes, etc., in the City of Orem, County of Utah, State of Utah. Such bids shall be received re-ceived in the office of Orem City Recorder located in the Orem City Hall, and shall be opened and publicly read aloud at the above stated time in Room 1 in said building. Each bid must conform and be responsive to this invitation, the Information for Bidders, the Plans, Specifications, and all the other documents com prising the pertinent Contract Documents. Copies of tne Con tract Documents are now on file in the office of City Recorder Record-er located at Orem City Hall and of Hugo Price, Engineer, located at 455 East 3rd South in the City of Provo, and may be obtained by depositing $5.00 for each set. This deposit will be refunded if the set of Contract Con-tract Documents is returned in good condition within 3 days after the bid opening. Each bid shall be made out on a bid form to be obtained at either of the said offices in which the Contract Documents are on file. Each bid shall be accom panied by a certified or cashier's cash-ier's check payable to the Owner, or a satisfactory bid bond in favor of the Owner executed by the bidder as Prin cipal and a satisfactory surety company as Surety, in an amount not less than five per cent of the maximum amount of the bid. The check or bid bond shall be given as a guaran tee that the bidder shall execute the Contract if it De awarded to him in conformity with the Contract Documents and shall provide the surety bond or bonds as specified therein with in five days after notification of the award of the Contract to the bidder. - " The Owner reserves the privi lege of rejecting any and all bids or to waive any irregulari ties or informalities in any bid or in the bidding. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of 30 days after the date set for the opening of bids. ORLAND E. PYNE, ' City rtecrA-der, Orem T City, Utah. Published May 9. 16, 23, 1946. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Minnie Rainbow Johnson, " formerly Minnie Rainbow, deceased.- Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the under signed at 805 North Fifth West Street, Provo, Utah, on or be fore July 11, 1946. - - 3. JOSEPH JOHNSON, Administrator Published May 10, 17, 24, 31 1946..,. . NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING To the citizens of Orem City and all parties having any in terest in any way in the zoning regulations of Orem City, notice is hereby given that on the 17th day of May, 1946, A. D. at the Orem City Hall at Orem City Utah County,. State of Utah, at the hour of 8:00 P.M.. a public hearing will be held to consider the appeal of Howard Farns-worth Farns-worth to the Board of Adjustment Adjust-ment of Orem City from the decision of the building inspector inspec-tor of Orem City denying How ard Farnsworth the right to erect and operate a -s grocery store to be located at the north east corner of 4th East and 9th South Street on the north side of what is known as Christeele Acres.,, Every person present - FOR SALE ' Frame. Building' 20x40 ft. In good condition. Could be made into home. . DAVID JENKINS . Rt. 1 Box 344, Orem. TOR SALE i .' Reconditioned Mowers and Hay Rakes ' WM. WISCOMBE' Phone 023-J1 Radio News! r fi 1 ' it i-A Home and Auto repair work by expert now available in Orem Open all day CARLYLE ELECTRIC Next to B&H Itrns Store i Thone 04 fcJ5 F ash! hall have an opportunity to be heard concerning said appeal. This notice is given in com pliance with Title 15-8-100 of the Utah Code Annotated, 1943 and the Orem City Ordinance No. 74 Article II, Sec. 4, Subparagraph Sub-paragraph (3). ORLAND E. PYNE, Clerk of Board of Adjustment. NOTICE OF INTENTION Notice is hereby given by the City Council of Orem City, Utah, of the intention of such City Council to make the following improvements, to-wit: The installation of sanitary sewer facilities complete with manholes and appurtenances ac cording to plans, profiles and specifications on file in the office of-fice of the Orem City Engineer and defray the abuttors' portion of the cost and expenses thereof there-of by special assessments upon the lots and pieces of ground benefitted by such improvements. improve-ments. Said assessments to be levied against the following listed properties: (a) All of those lots and properties lying on the north and south sides of Fourth North treet and extending from the State Road (U. S. Kighway !7o. 91) to a point 700 feet East of Fourth East Street. The total estimated cost of the improvement improve-ment is $12,431.00, or $1.66 per front foot on the side nearest the sewer and $144 per front foot on the side farthest from the 6ewer. (b) All of the lots lying on the North side of First North Street and extending from the State Road (U. S. Highway No, 91) to Fourth East Street. Tne total estimated cost of the im provement is $7950.00, or $3-00 per front foot. (c) Extend the 8-inch sewer main from the end of the pres ent line in front of the Timp anogos church east along 8th South Street, 250 feet. The total estimated cost of improvement improve-ment is $750.00 or $1.61 pej front foot on the side nearest the sewer and $1.39 per front foot on the side farthest from the sewer. All work to be done according to the plans, profiles and specifications speci-fications on file in tne oifice of the Orem City Engineer and de fray the abuttors portion of the cost and expense thereof by special assessment upon the lots and pieces of ground to be af f ected or benefitted by such improvements, to be assessed according to the front foot of the properties described above under sections a, b, and c. All protests or objections to such improvements or to the carrying out of such intention must be in writing, signed by the owners of the property af fected or benefited, describing the same, together with the number of front feet and must be filed with the City Recorder on or before 5:00 o'clock p.m on the 27th day of May, 1946 The City Council at its first meeting thereafter, to-wit, 8:00 p.m. on the 29th day of May, 1946, will consider the proposed levy, and hear and consider such protests and objections to said improvements as shall have been made. . i By order of the City Council of Orem City, Utah. ORLAND PYNE, City Recorder. Dated May 2, 1946. Published May 2, 9, 16, 23, 1946. SUMMONS IN THE CITY COURT OF PRO-XO PRO-XO CITY, COUNTY OF UTAH, STATE OF UTAH. UTAH VALLEY FURNITURE, a corporation 4.:- - ; . Plaintiff, J VS.' - u , DON A. NIELSON, ' v- v. Defendant. THE STATE OF UTAH TO j SAID DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned to appear within ten (10) days after the service of this summons upon up-on you,' if served withjn the county in which this action is brought; otherwise within twenty twen-ty (20) days after such service, and defend the above entitled action; and in case of your failure to do so, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for relief demanaea in the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of said court, and will take judgment against you for the sum of $200.00, with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum since the 2nd day of July, 1945, together with plaintiffs costs and disbursements disburse-ments herein, and $"75.00 at torney's fee. 'i MAURICE HARDING, Plaintiffs Attorney Dated February 15, 1946. P. O. Address 232 West Center Street, Provo, Utah. Published April 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 1946. ; NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Elvira Felt, De ceased. Creditors will present verified claims with vouchers, to the undersigned, Administra tor at the office of Don Mack Daltori, Attorney at Law, Bank of American Fork Bldg., Ameri- Thursday, May 9, 194G can rorK, Utah, on or before the 22nd day of June, 1946. R. M. FELT, Administrator. First publication, Apr. 18. 1946 Last publication, May 9, 1946. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Richard O- Luke, deceased Creditors will pre- nt claims with vouchers to the undersigned at 90 West 5th South, Provo, Utah, on or before be-fore June 20, 1946. NINA LUKE, Administratrix. Published April 19, 26, May 3, 10, 1946. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Francis E. Wells, otherwise known - as raniiie Wells Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned un-dersigned at 224 South 9th West Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, on or before June 27, 1946. WALTER WELLS, Administrator. Published April 26, May 4, 10, 17, 1946. SUMMONS IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF UTAH, IN AND FOR UTAH COUNTY. JAMES CARL WILDE, Plaintiff, vs. MAGGIE B. THOMSON, WIL- LIAM M. FERRE, ERNEST WATKINS and MARY HANNAH HAN-NAH WATKINS, his wife, and all other persons unknown, un-known, claiming any right, title, estate, or interest in, or lien upon the real property described in complaint adverse ad-verse to plaintiff's ownership, or clouding plaintiff's title thereto, Defendants, THE STATE OF UTAH TO THE SAID DEFENDANTS: You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after the service of this summons upon you, if served within the county in which this action is brought; otherwise, within thir ty (30) days after service, and defend the above-entitled action; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered ren-dered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action is brought to quiet the title of the plaintiff to certain cer-tain real property in Utah County, Coun-ty, Utah, more particularly described de-scribed as follows, to-wit: Commencing 10 chains south of the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of Section Sec-tion 33, Township 6 South, Range 2 East of the Salt Lake Base and Meridian; thence south 2.50 chains; thence west 20 chains, thence north 2.50 chains; thence east 20 chains to the place of beginning. Area 5 acres. Dated: April 10, 1946. MAURICE HARDING. Attorney for Plaintiff. P. O. Address: Box 403, Provo, Utah. Published April 12, 19, 26; May 3, 10, 1946. NOTICE TO WATER USERS The following applications have been filed with the State Engineer to appropriate water in Utah County, State of Utah, throughout the entire year, unless un-less otherwise designated, all locations being from SLB & M. 17209 Claud Carter, 2001 W. 6th S., Provo, Utah, .6 sec. ft- for irrigation use from a 4-inch well between 175 and 200 ft. deep at a point S. 1490 ft. and W. 780 ft. from E4 Cor. Sec. 10, T7S, R2E, and used from May 1 to Oct. 1 to irrigate 6 acres of land embraced em-braced in NE, SEV4 Sec ;10, T7S, R2E. 17210 Preston Carter, 1895 West 6th South, Provo, Utah, .6 sec. ft. for Irrigation use from a 4-inch well bet. 1st) and 250 feet deep at a point East 826.32 feet from WV4, Corner Section 11, T7S, R2E, and used from May 1 to Oct. 1 to irrigate irri-gate 9 acres of land embraced in NWH SWV4, Sec. 11, T7S, R2E, and for year-round incidental inci-dental domestic and stock watering. wat-ering. , 17238 Orem City Corporation, Corpora-tion, Orem, Utah, 2 sec. ft. for municipal use from 12-inch well bet. 100 and 600 ft. deep at point N. 66.0 feet and E. 33.0 ft. from SW cor. of NW14, Sec. 11, T6S, R2E. 17308 Dean A. Johnson, R. F.D. Box 376, Provo, Utah, .03 sec. ft. for domestic use from a 3-inch well between 250 and 350 ft. deep at a point S. 585 ft. and W. 3120 feet from NE corner, Sec. 28, T6S, R2E. Protests resisting the granting of any of the foregoing applications appli-cations with reasons therefore, must be in affidavit form with extra copy and filed with the State Engineer, 403 State Capitol, Capi-tol, Salt Lake City 1. Utah, on or before June 14, 1946. ED H. WATSON. State Engineer. Published April 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 1946.