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D OREM-GENEVA TIMES Encred as second-class matter off-ce at Provo, Utah, under the Act of March 8, 1879- : , published every Friday Ey Utah Valley Publishing Company, Provo, Utah.'"';--, n FECIAL I -I For MOTHERS' DAY Mother will get a big, per thrill out of your gift if you give her one of those impractical things that she wouldn't buy ' herself a frilly blousecharming acces-; sories dainty lingerie She'll love it! Ladies' Aprons Waist style, fine sheer. Keal gift for Mother. $1.25 & 1.35 Gift Hankies Fine selection in white, embroidered and colors 250 49$5 690 Ladies' Kayon Panties Full clastic bands in good quality 790 & 900 0 363 W. Center St. HiUVO - Ml Every SUNDAY Afternoonv - ft ...v-f,.v---'Ti ... . ; i. .... .. I 11TB WW ROBERT ARMBRUSTER'S ORCHESTRA IH iJf JUf 1 W Station KSL DROUGHT TO UTAH POWER November 19, 1937 at the post' 4 Nylon Panties Fine quality in, white $1.69 r Bridge Sets - Cloth and four napkins $1.29 $190 Ladies Scarfs Lovely paisley chiffon. , A fine gift STATIONERY Extra fine grade. All in lovely boxes $1,00 Ladies' Aprons With adjustable bjicka $149 n Art 11 i j-1" I . . v. - T--f I at 1:30 p. . YOU BY & LIGHT CO. I I .V f '3 ". V-. -I.' -'- Kitfv .. yeta m t rjr m r j a. I m-r jm m aw ms T i I PLEASANT .VIEW Six babies were blessed al sacrament services Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wakefield named their girl-Helen Margaret; Mr, and Mrs. Ken Sophe, gave their little girl the name of Yalera; Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Anderson, a girl. Ranee; Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Perry, boy, Clyde Nolan; Mr, and Mrs. Bert Ercanbrack, boy, Gilbert G; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ward, boy, Jatt Joseph. - The Relief society will hold their literary lesson next Tuesday Tues-day at 2 p.m.- The t Bowing Tuesday "will be the Social Science lesson and also the clos ing meeting lor the season, A fine program is planned and refreshments will ; be served- The Daughters of Utah Pio neers held their meeting last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Leah Peterson. Janet Baum was among the few senior girls at the Lincoln high school who were chosen to attend the Senior convention Friday at the A.C. College at Logan, due to the high marks and "ability making them pros pective college students. .... Mr. and Mrs. Ferris L- Shaw and baby and Mr, and Mrs, P, K. Nielsen, spent the weekend at the home of Mr, and Mrs Harold Jones at Ogden. The girls' base ball team tinder, tin-der, the leadership ' of Wanda Gurr played Florence Muhle. stein's - team Wednesday and after the game the girls enjoyed a swim at Hot Pots la Hcber. SPRING ' FESTIVAL AT PAGE SCHOOL With more than 175 children participating, the annual Page School JHusic festival was held Friday evening, with a capacity crowd filling the Pleasant View ward amusement hall. The theme of the festival was "American Life In Music. and Dance" with every cnild In each grade taking part in costume. Mrs.. Clifford Stubbs was accompanist. ac-companist. The stage was attractive at-tractive in all white, with the music clef and notes "There Is Music In the Air", In black. "The Boy and The Goats" was cleverly acted out in song and dance by Mrs. Evelyn Knight's room; Mrs. Cockrane presented her thirty students as happy little negro youngsters In their songs and dances of the South land. Mrsl Wentz featured cow boy .and western dances and song numbers; ; Mrs. Barker's room chose early American songs and dances and Mr. Allen's class gave the pioneer music with typical costumes and ilances. In the grandfinal every child was on the Stage and sang 'God Must Have. Loved America". The school orchestra played two numbers led by Mrs. Helen Went and Ronnie Elliott play-ed play-ed the clarinet - solo "Symphony", "Symph-ony", i .'."',' ' Ice cream cones were sold at the close of the program by the PTA under the direction of Mrs. George Boyce, president, Dr. Grant E. Blake VETERINARIAN 156 W, 3rd North ' '-Phont '-Phont 2215-NW 559 E. 3rd South 'T' " Provo : SCRAP LUMBER For .Sale-rChcap For a limited time only, scrap lumber and Kindling, m - . . geneva salvage yaiu) Enter West gate:. Week days 8 tt m tft R nm $50,000,000- - State Farm Mutual has saved ' 4 its policyholders more thao that in the cost of their auto ' v insurancel You too CaUmWritt . . , RULOK L BURR ' ' 326 East Second So, ,r American Fork Pho.676 : ' Stat Farm Insurance Companies ; of Uloomington, IUinois ;' ' COMrLETE RADIO SERVICE .' AND APPLIANCE 63 No Uni. Kr. Phon lit RALPH'S RADIO The Horn at Gnarunleed Serrict FOR SALE 03 REM! Pianos, Accordions. Gul fnrs. Phone 940K, Prof o W. WWiar??, 303 K. 3 So . rrovo. IJbuy, sell, rent, pzri SCERA- CHATTER We feel highly honored to make the announcement that we have booked Jimmy Wakely and a cast of nine professional enter tainers to appear on our stage one day only, Monday, May 20. Jimmy Wakely nas risen to stardom in Hollywood within the last year, as one of the most pleasing and popular , western singers. He is bringing the entire en-tire cast of his most recent picture pic-ture "West of the Alamo". We will also have the premier show ing of the picture on the screen the same evening. The only other appearance In Utah for these popular artists is at the Lyric in Salt Lake City. Our only regret, is that we can only . have them one day and evening as' they must return to Hollywood to work on ; a new picture which is going into pro duction. The group will present a var ied vaudeville program for an hour and a half. There will be dancing, singing, roping and yodeling. Fun will be popping every minute. William Schoppe Dies in California Word was received by mem bers of the family of the death of William Schoppe of Grand View ward, Monday, May 8, at the home of his son Dr. Theo dore Schoppe at Berkeley, Cali fornia. Funeral services will be held Friday at 12:30 at Grand View ward chapel, under direction of Bishop Rodney Kimball.- Re mains may be viewed at the chapel until 12 o'clock. Rodney Kimball. V? BANQUET, ;.- REUNION AT SHARON WARD Members and friends of Shar on ward turned out enmass to honor the retiring bishopric and to enjoy a ward reunion and banquet Wednesday evening. V Emu Hansen acted as mas ter of ceremonies; Bishop Stanley Stan-ley Finch gave the welcome address; ad-dress; Howard Downs gave a trumpet solo; reading, Dorothy Campbell; yodeling solo, Beverly Bev-erly , Smith; piano . solo, Geniel Larsen; prognostication of ward, Mrs. Myrtle Rowley; two solos, Robert J epperson; humorous remarks, re-marks, Wm.M. Vernon. A book of the f,Life and Trav els of Parley P. Pratt"' was presented pre-sented 7 President J." ' Clayton Watts and E. W. Simmons of the retiring bishopric, who gave responses. re-sponses. ' ' The present bishopric were in charge, of the entertainment. with the Relief Society prepar ing the banquet; the MIA dec orated the tables and did the serving; the Priests quorum set up the tables, and the Sunday school and Primary organiza tions cleaned them away. Dancing concluded the delightful de-lightful evening. BEAUTICIANS MEET AT TWIN . PINES - A chicken dinner was enjoyed by . i thirty-five beauticians at their monthly meeting held Monday Mon-day evening at Twin Pines cafe. Ila Bigelow, president of the County Beauticians . was in charge, , . ; A demonstration, was given by'. Miss Brown, supervisor of the' Helens Curtis Cold Wave. Mr, George Tadesco gave an in teresting salesmanship talk on Monique Cosmetics. A teport on the meeting of the Women's Council was also fciven by Mrs. Delia tbveridge. - IN. SERVICE David Nielsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Nielsen of Pleasant View, has been advanced to PFC at Shepperd Field, Texas, where he is in training. - T Earl L. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs.. C. F, Peterson left Tuesday for Induction in the army at Salt Lake City, having enlisted for 18 months. He has served 18 months in the merchant merch-ant marines during the war. Vera H. Conder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.: C, C Conder of Olmsted.: serving as a WAC at the AAF : training station at Keesler field, Biloxl, Miss., has been promoted to sergeant. KITCHEN CRAFT Heavy Aluminum Ware Wriie or Phone 0S7R5 Provo R. D. 2. Box 28. Orem, Utah RICHARD A. FREWER Leon Hanson Home H. Leon Hanson, RDM 2c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson, Han-son, has received his honorable discharge from the navy at the separation center at Shoemaker, California. v ' " -. ' Leon entered the Navy In November. 1943. He received his boot training at Farragut, Idaho. He attended Radar school at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois and was assigned to USS LST 694 where he spent' two years In amphibious operations in the Pacific, wis snip par ticipated in Morotai, Philippine and Borneo campaigns. He also served at Okinawa. 5 He rates the followingjcam paign ribbonss American the ater; Asiatic-Pacific and Philippine Philip-pine .liberation. .He has four campaign stars. , ? The many friends of Leon join in welcoming.hlm back to civilian civi-lian life. SHAROII The following babies were given names at fast meeMng Sunday: Steven Lowell, son of Lowell and LaRue Park Gordon; Lynette, daughter of Nita Bone and Richard Park; Robert Henry son of Leonard L, and Katie Watts Morgan. . .. , Friends ol Mrs. June Kitchen Maynes of Logan will be pleased to learn of the arrival of a baby boy, April 21, named Steven Alden Maynes. The Teachers quorum enjoy ed a fine weinner roast and pro gram Tuesday evening at the Victor Chnstensen farm. Mrs, B- M. Jolley is reported as somewhat Improvea louow- ing a major operation at the L. D. S. hospital in Salt Lake two weeks ago. Mrs. William S. Clegg of Grand View underwent a major operation at the Utah Valley hospital Monday morning, fol lowing four weeks spent at the hospital for treatment. Marshbank Harris Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Leo. Marshbank of Orem announce the marriage of their daughter Shirley to Ray Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B. Harris, also ,of Orem. The ceremony was reform. ed Tuesday, May 7th at the Salt Lake temple. Aji reception honoring this young couple was held Thursday Thurs-day evening, at the First ward amusement . ball in Pleasant Grove.? Ray . has, recently been dis. charged from the Armed Forces. SUNDAY SERVICES Sharon Stake High Council meeting!. will be held at the Seminary at 9 a.m. Fine' Mother's Day programs will ,be presented in the Sunday scnoois oi tne stake at 10:30 or the usual meeting time. A special invitation is extended all mothers to be presenu Priesthood . Union meeting will be held at 2 o'clock in the Seer a auditorium. Laka View Ward: At 7:30 a Scout Court of Hon or will be held. , Vineyard WardJ Missionary testimonial for Miss Arva Williams at 7:30 p.m. Geneva Wardj Primary, conference will be held at 6:00 p.m. under the direction di-rection v of President Donetta Baker.- Vermont Ward: Primary graduation exercises will be held at 5 o'clock, with President Zina Ercanbrack in charge.. The ward has recently purchased a Bell and Howell amplifing system,' which will be used for the first time at' this program, and will make it pos sible to hear every child speak. Grand View Ward: . - The John B. Stratton family will furnish , the ; program , at sacrament meeting at ,7:30 p.m. Timpanogos Ward: . v Primary graduation will be held at 7:30, under the direction of President Fern Knight. , u Pleasant View Ward:" v . x . The restoration of the Aaonic Priesthood will be given at sac rament meeting at 7:30 ,n under the supervision of the ward bishopric, t v- .. Windsor Ward:. b The program in memory of the restoration of the Aaronlc Priesthood will be given at 8 o'clock. - - . 1 Sharon Ward: .v-. , The anniversary of the restoration rest-oration of the Aaronic Priesthood Priest-hood will be observed at sacrament sacra-ment meeting at 7:30 p m. r.'aemoni Ward: The Aaronic Priesthood will present the program at 7:30 p. D 1 11 OREf.1 PHONE 048-J2 Give Her a Box of . r ; . - Glade's Whitman's and Shupe Williams' CANDY - $L2STO$300 - Stationery Silex and Cory COFFEE MAKERS Photograph Albums Eversharp Pen Sets Albert Biggs Feted On 70th Birthday Albert Biggs, well known was honored Orem resident, 'Sunday at the family home with a xamuy ainner, xor uis ium birthday anniversary, which oc cured May 1. Many relatives! and friends called during the afternoon to greet Mr- Biggs. LJovely Spring blossoms wepe used attractively about the rooms. He was born in South Wales, May 1. 1876. He joined the LDS church and came to the United States in 1929, settling in Sun-nyside, Sun-nyside, where he was employed in the coal mines. His wife died in Wales, but ie brought their eight children to this country. Fifteen years ago he moved to Orem and recently married Emily BondMurdock Biggs. The three sons are Thomas, Wilford and Stanley Biggs, of Orem; five daughters, Mrs. Doris Peterson, Dragerton; Mrs. Ellen Cameron, Salt Lake City, Mrs. Amy Bradford, Spanish Fork; Mrs. Ivy Johnson, Orem; Mrs. Velma Shepherd, Spanish Fork; and there are 17 grand children. Mr. Biggs is a staunch mem ber of the LDS church, and is a High Priest. He has been ac- tive in all church activities; Since retiring from work in. the coal mines, Mr. Biggs has been engaged in farming. Love is never lost. If not re- ciprocated it will flow back and purify -the heart Now that the time is here when you finally can. . tale a vacation trip, you'U want to choose your destination with particular care. With that thought ia, mind; we call your attention to the . National Paris of Southern Utah-Arizona. They . -presentabrilliaiit array of the world's most col- S crful and unusual natural beauty. And all three-; parka . : Zion Bryce-Grand Canyon . ,'. are eo closely grouped that they may be seen" as one vast scenic panorama. " ' - ; V' Fast, comfortatle Union Pacific trains fake you ' Cedar Gty, Utah, gateway to the Parks. Your restful train Journey will in itself be a vacation. ' : vi " ..-. c.i; -r -: - - f a vLv J, ? 1,0,1 "ar""UtoB '.J? GRAND CANYON Natl Park-AriionB ab7Und of stone temple, outlet and S Awe-inspiring in its immensify-i 3 miles wide and faatasUotendbeUeLN mUedeeWlgicoloTcan best viewed fej Tkes. Nafional Parfa are open to aca provides comfortable and VX-Tj """"ovi lutuw aescrujing tbese regions. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD union pAcrnc eImoad""" Hotel Utah. Main s- t .n rf mE.p, ol S.UtJi-Aitoo Hi- Sail , -w vstj uiag fJff .:,-.?. Rpirnif1 MmrtP KeiUroeOJUdTine And Wife VlSlt IT TWne vroia icAds Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Duffin? j(the former .Carolyn Wright of Dallas, Texas) and daughter, Sidney Francine,have left for their home at Dallas, Texas, after spending two weeks here with Mr Dufhns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duffin. While here the two couples visited at Toquerville, in southern Utah; where the elder Mr. Duffin was born,,, with relatives, over a weekend. Last Wednesday Mrs. Duffin entertained at family dinner, covers being laid for her mother, moth-er, Mrs. Agnes Pace, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Millett and daughter, William Duffin and the honor guests. In the evening eve-ning the following couples joined join-ed the party, Mr. and Mrs Claude Downs, (Mr. Downs and Mr. 'Duffin were buddies,) Mrs. Lois Downs, Dale Bown, Barbara Burgi and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cox and a social time , was enjoyed en-joyed with' refreshments being served. -Sidney A. Duffin received his honorable discharge from the US Marines on April 17. 1946, from Louisiana, and this is the first visit home except a few short leaves during the past five years, when he feft home to work in airplane construction , in California and Texas. i He Joined the Marines juhp! 29, 1944, receiving his boot i training at San Diego, Californ ia. -He left Camp Jos. H. Pendle-1 IUND the public June 1st. reasonably oriced :if.T:f, "" - Nm Add Tom. T, U - J LrdWidl 1 t,n;er MOTHERS' DAY- CARDS ' mrf,AL ton or duty ln the Pacific November, 1944. He was at Hilo, Hiwail for some time, theit was assigned to USS Atheaii, and waS ta battle of lwa Jima, where only 14 of his regi- inent came out. At one time jne was jorcea to remam in a fox bole for 24 days. Shrapnel went wrougu ma canieen, dui ne kind. He was returned to Hawaii and; at this time met Claude Downs, his old chum and they ' visited the Hawaiian LDS temple. tem-ple. ... Since that time he. has nets in Koror, Palau; and Japan and reports re-ports that he is very glad to be back in the United States again. 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. tf FERTILIZER Sulphate of Ammonia 20.6 Nitrogen Content $2.45 ;cwi. Delivered in 500 lb. or larger lots Utah Valley Distributors Provo, Utah Phone 1829-J (After 6 p- m.J 1 ' ftffcfgis" '' 'r J City BRYCt CANYON) NATIONAL ZIONnatlpaix , iSRAND CANYON' NATIONAL PAH r i m . n tin K. ' -M Grand Canyon Lodge on the brink oi the North tun ZI0N Nat'l Park-Utah The Great White Throne, the Tempi o! Sinawava, and other natural monuments, r impreW their majesty. - J" i. . . ! I, :,rh m.