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ftREM-CENEVA TIMES FILES AS CANDIDATE FOR UTAH COUNTY ASSESSOR - Mr William H. Kockerhans of Orem has been drafted by the Democratic party as candidate fyj nomination ot Utah County Assessor. i Although active in church and iivic affair for the past twenty-three twenty-three (23) years in Utah county, and to Wyoming prior to that time, and although a veteran party worker, Mr. Kocherhans has not heretofore considered an elective office. ' - After completing his studies at the Erigham Young University Univers-ity he taught school for several FOR THE MOST COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE IN UTAH COUNTY ALT A JOHNSON and MAXINE WRIGHT Invite You to THE Elite Beauty Shop FOR PERSONALITY PERMANENTS Rilling Cooler Waves Lusterlox and Helene Curtis Cold Waves Hair Dyeing Special Scalp Treatments Eyebrow and Eyelash Dyeing Facial Bleaching. Featuring SPECIAL: FACIALS WITH THE STIMULATING HIGH FREQUENCY VIOLET HAY TREATMENT Phone 095R4 for your appointment today No. 1 Chrisleele Acres, Orem Utah Clyde E. Weeks. Prop. OREM 1st show 7 :30 Doors open 7 :Q0 Friday and Saturday DUFFY'S Aa all star cast including Bing Crosby, Betty Hutton, Paulelie Goddard. Alan Ladd, Dorothy Lamour, Sonny Tufts, etc.. Taken from the popular radio program, it is sure-fire entertainment for all ages and classes! Music, Songs, Dances, Comedy! "Ain't That Ducky" Cartoon "Where Time Stands Still" Traveltalk in Color Pathe News ON STAGE AT 9:30 Mr. Byron Jensen, accomplished musician of Provo will give a 15-minute recital on the new organ. Saturday Matinee 1:30 SAN ANTONIO KID and "Ain't That Ducky" Cartoon "Lonesome Lenny" Cartoon "Jiggers. My Wife" Comedy Chapter 2 PHANTOM RIDER Mon. - Tues - Wed. - Thurs. BAD BASGOMB Wallace Beery - Margaret O'Brien - Marjorie Main The picture was filmed in the beautiful Jackson Hole country! The story is filled with the adventures and hardships of the trek of the Mormon pioneers across the plains into Salt Lake Valley! Bad Bascomb was an actual ac-tual historical character whom the pioneers encountered at Laramie, Wyoming. Although he had been an outlaw, he became interested in the tenents of the Mormons through the friendship with a little Mormon girl! and Talaat Hyde Park" Pete Smith Specialty in Color Mlky Way" Cartoon Movietone News New Shoe Shop OREM SHOE Open For Business Shoes Neatly Repaired While You Wait - Located North State In Orem by V'". Prestwich Lumber Company LESTER RIDING. Proa. , -- years before devoting full time iu me Duuaing industry where uaa oeen a successful con uauur ana Duuaer for many years- Mr. Kocherhans is the father 01 seven (7) children. Three of the boys served their country in the recent conflict on the battle fields of Europe after which one of them served in the Pacific and was among the first troops to enter Japan. As a member of a school board mr. nocneriums served for two (2) terms and for two years as a director of an irrigation company com-pany besides serving on various committees for civic betterment An active LDS church nr.ir Mr. Kocherhans has served as ward Sunday school superintendent, superin-tendent, M.I.A. president and ward clerk as well as a teacher in tne various organizations UTAH 2nd show 9 :40 Matinee prices 7 :00 to 7 :30 June 7-8 TAVERN June 8 June 10-11-12-13 REPAIRING within the church. He honorably filled a three-year three-year mission to Germany and Switzerland and at the present time he is the group leader of the High Priests quorum in the Vermont ward. Engagement of Florida Miss Announced Mr. and Mrs. W -M. Hutchison of Chipley. Florida, announce the engagement of their daughter, daugh-ter, Ruth, to Ferron Jones, son of Mrs. Preal Jones of Pleasant View. The marriage will be an event of Wednesday, June 12, in the Idaho Falls LDS temple. A reception will be tendered the young couple by the groom's mother. Friday evening, June 28, in the Pleasant View ward amusement hall. They plan to make their home in Pleasant View. Death Claims Ellen E. Holdaway Funeral services will be conducted con-ducted Friday, June 7, in the Vineyard ward chapel for Mary Ellen Ekins Holdaway, 66, who died at Utah Valley hospital Tuesday evening of pneumonia. Bishop J. Taylor Allen will con duct the service. Interment will take place in Provo Burial Park under the direction of Quist Funeral home. Mrs. Holdaway is the widow of Elmer T. Holdaway, who passed away August 20, 1936 at Montpelier, Idaho, where they were spending a short vacation She was born in Provo, January 6, 1880, the daughter of George and Mary M. Mezenen Ekins. She attended Page school and Brigham Coung Accademy. She married Elmer T. Holdaway, March 11, 1903. She was an ardent LDS church worker having hav-ing served as president of the YWMIA and Primary organizations organiza-tions of Vineyard ward for many years. She was the first Sharon Stake Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association president, presi-dent, a position she held for five years. She has also served in the Vineyard ward Relief society presidency and as a district teacher. She was a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, and served one year as captain. As family genealogist, she secured secur-ed many records from England and Switzerland, and completed a great deal of temple work. Mrs- Holdaway is survived by two sons, Elmer Harold Holdaway, Holda-way, Vineyard; Dr. Reed A. Holdaway, Springville; two daughters, Mrs. Ellis M. (Lucile H.) Orme of Tooele; Mrs. Earl E (Alene H.) Jones of Ogden; two brothers, A. L. Ekins of Hinckley, and A- Ray Ekins of Pleasant View; and 12 grandchildren. grand-children. 4-H Club Future Homemakers Organise Mrs. Eldon Perry was hostess hos-tess to Pleasant View 4-H Future Fu-ture Homemakers. Tuesday afternoon. Plans for the season's work were discussed and election elec-tion of officers held, with Maree Brereton, ' as president; Elaine De St Joer, vice president; Reva Mae Wall, secretary and treasurer; treas-urer; Donna Brereton, song leader; and reporter, Earlene Foote, organist and historian. Dainty refreshments were served. serv-ed. SHOWER TENDERED YOUNG BRIDE Misses Diane Faulkner and La Vern Ercanbrack honored Mrs- Leon Issacson (Betty Pul-ham) Pul-ham) at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at the laulk-ner laulk-ner home. Mrs. Isaacson was married May 24th and left Immediately Im-mediately for a honeymoon trip through Yellowstone Park. Flowers were used attractively attractiv-ely about the rooms and clever games were played, refreshments served and gifts showered on the popular bride by her many friends present. Mrs. Durham Heads Democratic Study Group At a well attended meeting Friday evening in Orem City hall, Mrs. Vic Durham was named nam-ed chairman of the Democratic ladies study group. Mrs. Vaneese Woffinden is vice chauman; Gladys Spaugy, secretary; Mrs. Barold Hansen, treas.; Norma Bales, reporter and Erma Swen son, chorister. Mrs. Delia Loveridge, Democratic Demo-cratic candidate for state senator and Mrs. Eloise P. Fillmore, can. didate for re-election as county recorder was the speakers for the session. EDGEMONT Mrs. Annie Gillespie will be hostess to Edgemont Literary club Friday afternoon, June 14, at her home. Mrs. Lydia Slogan will give the book review and all members are urged to 'be present. Mrs. Margaret Pulsipher presented pre-sented the following students in a piano recital at her home Friday: Clifford Stubbs, Mar-veen Mar-veen Elliott, Joan Gillespie, Ver-leen Ver-leen Stubbs, Joan Blackley, Irene Hansen and ' Betty Lou Gordon. Special awards Of advancement ad-vancement were given Joan Blackley, (Joan Gillespie and Marveen Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan R. Brown (Jean Gillespie) are moving to Salt Lake City, where they will make their home. Mrs. Annie Faulkner left Saturday for her home In Bollywood, Bolly-wood, California after visiting here with her son, William C. Faulkner and family. She came to attend the graduation of her granddaughter, Diane Faulkner from Lincoln high school. Mrs. Monroe Anderson of Verdin. New Mexico, is Visiting here with her son, Arlo M. Anderson And-erson and family. She was accompanied ac-companied by her son, and daughter-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Anderson- The two brothers have not seen each other for several years. Miss Irene Hansen is visiting with her brother, Ronald Ban-sen Ban-sen and family at Logan. Edgemont Camp, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, met at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Ferguson Thursday afternoon, in commemorating commem-orating the birthday of Brigham Young. A gala time was enjoyed, much fun being had from the white elephant sale and pot luck luncheon. .The infant daughter of Lloyd and Emma Sundquist was given the name Ellen Mary at Fast meeting Sunday. A work meeting will be held Tuesday, June 11 in the Relief society rooms and all ladies of the ward are requested to bring scissors, etc. This will be first regular meeting of the summer months, when it is planned to meet the second Tuesday of each month. Willard II. Bradshaw Promoted Willard B. Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw, son of Samuel Bradshaw Herb's a real opportunity for the young man who want a good job with a future. An Army job is a steady job offer 1ng good pay, the highest security, every opportunity fee promotion and a chance to see the world. You get valuable training in technical skills, good food, clothing, quarters an4 medical care free. If you go overseas, yon get 20 extra pay. You can retire at half pay after 20 years or retire at three quarters pay after 30 years. And yon get a 30-day vaettioa at fun 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. Yon owe it to yourself to get all the facts NOW1 Apply at U. S. ARMY RICRUITINO STATION 108 West Center Provo, Utah KEEP THEM IN GOOD CONDITION It may be a long time before you can replace them with a new one! Bring them in for State Inspection, Steering alignment, align-ment, Wheel Balancing, Motor Overhaul, Radiator Repairs, Re-pairs, Brake Reline, or body and fender work and painting. Free Estimates Quick Service 12th North and of Orem, has been promoted from SSgt to TSgt, it was announced an-nounced today. Tech. Sergeant Bradshaw is assigned to the 127th Labor Supervision center, stationed in Erlangen, Germany where he is serving with the European Aviation Engineer Command. Tech. Sergeant Bradshaw entered en-tered the army in March, 1944, and served at Camp Roberts, California, and Fort George G. Meade, Maryland before leaving for overseas assignment In September, Sep-tember, 1944. WINDSOR Mrs. Ferry Nielson, Reporter Announcement is made of the engagement and forth-coming marriage of Bob Wright, son of Mr- and Mrs. Robert Wright of Orem and Miss Lois Hackling of Benjamin. Gordon Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker of Lindon and Joyce Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winf red Clark of Provo, were united in marriage at the Salt Lake Temple May 17. A wedding reception in their honor was held the same evening in the First ward chapel. chap-el. Gordon recently received his release from the U. a. army. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Emily Aston and family, for the loss of their son and broth er, Wm. Aston, who passed away in a Salt Lake City hospital hos-pital Thursday. Funoral services were held Saturday afternoon in the Third ward chapel at Pleasant Grove. The closing social ox the lie- lief society was held Tuesday afternoon at the ward chapel. The following program was given under the direction of the Relief society social committee, Edith Walker in charge: Two numbers by a trio consisting of Emily Long, Lucille Richardson Richard-son and Oreen Walker; a duet by Goldie Kirk and Norma Hales; reading, Barbara Jarman; jokes, Enid Johnson. After the program refreshments were served. serv-ed. Saturday afternoon the Wind sor camp of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers held a social at the ward chapel, honoring the birthday anniversary of Brig. ham Young. A delicious hot dinner was served at 2 p. m after which the following program pro-gram was given, with Enid Johnson, dressed as Brigham Young, in charge: Song, "Come, Come Ye Saints", by all present; State Highway o M mi Your Car or Trie! ARMY RECRUITS TWENTY III J.IAY Captain R. C. Henderson of the Army Recruiting office announced an-nounced today thaf twenty men from JProvo and vicinity were forwarded to Fort Douglas tor enlistment during the month of May. The following men were en-listed: en-listed: Dallas Peterson,. Robert B. Bolliday. William J. Martin, Earl Leonard Peterson,, Brooks E. Moore, Ardith Fish, Lester Qeon Atwood, Williamft Sat-ford, Sat-ford, Clyde G. McKee, Norman R. Cortsen, Jack Hodmes, Hil-liam Hil-liam D. Quinn, Nick Marvidikis, FranklinGene Grlmmett, Bud Binders, John R- Whiting, Syl-vanus Syl-vanus J. Bulet, Philip Binder. .June 30th is the deadline for many enlistment benefits. For further Information call at the Recruiting office located at 108 West Center Street, Provo, Utah. Home Again Pvt. Fred Gordon, son of Mrs, Eli Gordon, has been discharged from army service, where he has been serving In Greenland. Bis wife la the former Gena Dalla Fred was a student at Lmcoln high school before Joining the army. Sharon School Kindergarten To Begin Monday On Mnndav. June 10. kinder- 0orton will beein for all chll- dren of Sharon scnooi wno wm " -. tu he six vears old before Novem ber 1, 1946, and have not yet at tended school. School open from 8 to 11 am Welcome address, Captain Mary Jarman; duet "This is tne r iace Dear Utah", Hortense kmk ano Rertha Kirk: stunt. Vida Lys- trup, Inez Colledge, Emily Long RMttrice Walker. Oreen Walker a readlne and musical, "me Violin Protest," Dorothy Johnson John-son and Barbara Jarman; jokes, Jane Elsmore, original song a auartett by oreen Walker, Jane Elsmore, Emily Long, Lucille Richardson. The remainder of the time was went in composing songs in honor of Rrleham YounS. ' The G. W. Club entertained in honor of the birthday anni versary of May Aston at her home, Wednesday afternoon London Rummy was played Oreen Walker winning the prize for high score. A delicious luncheon was served, with Dorthy Johnson and Blanche Nielson acting as hostesses. gift was given to the honor guest bv the club members. Mr. and Mrs- A. G. Keetch was the honored guest at a fam ily reunion dinner held at their home -decoration day. Thirty- two family members being pres ent. Mr. and Mrs. MarteV Keetch and family, Mr. and Mrs Verl Kirk and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Keetch and son of Orem, Mr. and Mrs. Odeal Kirk and family, Mr- and Mrs. Ray Keetch and family of Magna. Mrs. Anna Anderson has left for Monticello, Utah, to make her home. Loran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Johnson had her ton sils removed by Dr. Bouston, at 'he American Fork hospital Wednesday. OREM Entered as second-class matter November 19, 1937 at the post office at Provo, Utah, under the Act of March 8, 1879. i v ' ' Published every Friday By Utah Valley Publishing Company, Provo, Utah. Feed Grains ! While feed grains of all kinds are extremely tight and hard to obtain at the moment, "we feel that those feeders who are wise, and use it judicious ly, will come out ail right, . FOR POULTRYMEN WE,; SUGGESTS 1, Cull out and cell all Hon producers." 4 2. Keep your pullets and care for them well. They are all-important. ,; - 3. Eliminate all' feed waste. I' We regret our inability to sup. ply new accounts at this time. BUNKER FARMS : FINER FEEDS V Geneva Utah LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC BEARING To the citizens of Orem city and parties having any Interest in any way in the zoning regulations regu-lations of Orem City. Notice is hereby given that on the twenty-fourth twenty-fourth day of June, A. D., 1946, at Orem City Ball, County of Utah, State of Utah, at the hour of eight o'clock P-M. a public hearing will be held for the purpose pur-pose of considering an ordinance amending the present Orem City soning ordinance, which bearr number 74. so as to establish a C-l district at the Intersection of Ninth South and Fourth East streets in Orem City, Utah. Said amendment has been submitted and recommended for adoption by the Orem City planning and Zoning commission to the Orem city council. Every person present shall have an opportunity to be heard concerning said amendment of the Orem City zoning ordinance. This notice is given in compliance com-pliance with title 15-8-92 of the Utah Code annotated for 1943 and the Orem city zoning ordinance ordi-nance number 74, article B, section 8. ORLAND E. PYNE,, City Recorder' Published June 0, 13, 1946. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Nels Anderson, deceased de-ceased CretUtors will . present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at 364 North 3rd West Street, Provo, Utah, on or before October 10, 1946. Betsy Duke Anderson, Administratrix, Published June 1, 14, 21, 28. 1946. SUMMONS IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF UTAH IN AND FOR UTAH COUNTY. ALEDA WESTON, plaintiff, vs ALFRED KENNETH WESTON Ueiendant THE STATE OF UTAH TO THE SAID DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, if served within the County in which this action Is brought, otherwise, withui thirty days after service, and defend the above entitled action ac-tion and in case of your failure so to do, Judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of said court " .', This action is brought to re cover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore existing .between plaintiff and defendant I. E. BROCKBANK. Plaintiffs Attorney P. O. Address, 211 Knight Bldg. Provo City, Utah. Shoe Repairing Louis Kelsch & Sens , .!rBe..ef Booterte ie 24 West Ccmfrt Pro Thursday, June 6, 1946 , FOR SALE ' 'Reconditioned Mowers and ",- t '- Hay Rakes ' -?WML F. 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