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July 4th To Be Gala Affair in Orem At the weekly meeting of 0rem City Mayor and City Council held Wednesday even-w even-w at the Orem City Hall, they unanimously accepted the oroposal to have a real July 4th ielebration to Orem. Former Major B. M. Jolley was select-ed select-ed as chairman of the entertainment entertain-ment committee, with the following fol-lowing members to assist in making this affair a huge success: suc-cess: Jess Cordner, Harry Butler, But-ler, Fred Fielding, Ivan Farns-Tporth Farns-Tporth and Ray Loveless. , space will not permit us to rive detailed program in this fcsuetbut Just enough to state that there will be a morning daylight salute. Flag raising "ceremony, Fife and Drum Corps, etc. There will be sports SgaFlegion BASEBALL TEAM The American Legion Post at Orem is sponsoring a Junior baseball team, and desires all 1 boys of the community in the age group of 15, 16 and 17, ho are interested to this great American Am-erican sport, to come to practice prac-tice each evening at 5:30 at the Orem City Ball Park. ,The first official game is scheduled for July 1st. Leaves for Navy Training Ronald E. Madsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Madsen of Lake View has left for Great Lakes naval training base at Chicago, Illinois. Ronald is a recent graduate of Lincoln high school and also of Sharon stake seminary. semin-ary. Three Day Festival Planned for 1947 At Pleasant Grove ' A. . Gibson, president of the Pleasant Grove chamber of commerce com-merce and chairman of the Strawberry Day committee, announces an-nounces plans are being drawn up for the 1947 Strawberry Day, to make it the most outstanding celebration in the city's history. A three day fete has been Included In-cluded in the centennial plans, with parades, children's sports, horse pulling, boxing, wrestling, dancing and other events. The committee reports the 1948 strawberry festival was one of the most successful ever taged. Results in the horse pulling contests are announced follows: 2900 pounds in the light weight class, J. Bodley, Syracuse, first; Archie Peterson, Woods Cross, second; Dean Gill-man, Gill-man, Orem, third. Medium weight class, pulling 100 pounds: Lewis Brothers, Salt Lake Sity, first; Mont Davis aiem, second and Pearl Peter-n, Peter-n, AxteL Utah; third. ,!avy weiSht class, pulling 3300 pounds: Lewis Brothers, Wt Lake City, first; Kelly) Jtayer, Clinton, Utah, , second ? GlenCloward, Salem, third. lU CLUB ENJOY CANYON SUPPER With their husbonds os guests, members of O P Club met Sat-urdav Sat-urdav In . ,v""s a canyon uien, .the closing social of the sea- nr k!fue dinne. a lively game baseball was enjoyed. Covers ere arranged for Mr. and Mrs. way Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Merl-D Merl-D Finch r j w . . mft T uu ivirs. wood-Jensen. wood-Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Smhh and LeRoy S and Mrs- Richard pS? ' ?' and Mrs- Harold and Mr. and Mrs. Grant Family party Honors Newlyweds irinlMr- Mrs. Leon S ltty Pulham) who 4 fam-i acson entertaln- W t hmfmers and neigh-vening; neigh-vening; efa" home Saturday fcie&Tra? W8S enjoyed, ttpor , J ad gifts showered v thA appy young- couple delicio,.;0 esta Present A by the nosts 60,1 Wa Berved yatijfet7oil anal- Uu .CCid!nts reP .uMt accidents on the high 'waW. anmany responsible SJg f toe ,ann of all kinds during the oay, for uum um ana young. Special honor will be given service men. For further information regarding re-garding Orem's Big July 4th celebration read this paper next week. BOAT LANDINGS CONSTRUCTED AT DEER CREEK In view of the high-water stage of the Deer Creek reservoir, reser-voir, the bureau of reclamation is establishing two new boat landing areas for the opening of 1946 fishing Saturday, it was announced an-nounced by L. R. Dunkley, construction con-struction engineer, Provo river project. One is being established at the upper end of the reservoir near the bridge crossing of Provo Pro-vo river (one mile north of Charleston); the other at the junction of the Wallsburg road at the upper end of Round Valley. Val-ley. All boats launched in the latter lat-ter area, however, must first procure boat licenses in the first-mentioned first-mentioned location as all boat licenses will be issued from the landing area near , the Provo river bridge north of Charleston. Charles-ton. Sportsmen are warned bv Mr. Dunkley to be on the alert for floating logs and other debris carried into the reservoir by tiood waters. Also, extreme care is urged in boating in the vicinity of the Charleston-Midway highway inasmuch as the partially submerged right-of-way fence along this highway , a necessary part of the area constitutes a boating hazard. Dunkley explained the bureau's bur-eau's role in regulating boating on the reservoir. "Many sportsmen' do not understand un-derstand why the bureau is required re-quired to charge fees for permits per-mits to boat on Deer Creek reservoir reser-voir and other reservoirs which it has constructed. The answer is 'for their own protection.' Were it not for recreational use of the reservoir, (construction costs of which are borne by, those receiving storage water) the bureau would not be put to the expense of maintaining safety patrols and enforcing boating regulations", he said. Dunkley pointed out that last year this expense amounted to $1059, of which $954 was collected col-lected in the form of boating fees. Fees range from $1.50 for a row boat to $7.50 for a house boat (all fees double if boats are used commercially). Sportsmen boating on the reservoir res-ervoir are required to have in their boats sufficient life preservers preser-vers for each occupant a re quirement which is credited with saving several lives. Orem Line to Pay-Work, Pay-Work, Tax Bills Two court orders were issued Tuesday bv Judge Tillman D. Johnson in federal district court authorizing payments by S. J. Quinney, as receiver for the Salt Lake & Utah Railroad corp., to two state commissions. One order permits the payment pay-ment of $10,000 to the Utah state road commission for removal re-moval of tracks and repairs to streets and highways. Parts of the right of way which are parallel paral-lel state highways, not separated separat-ed by fence, not sold and not to be sold to other railroads for, operation of trains, will be turned turn-ed over to the commission also. The second order authorized payment of $18,128.23 to the Utah state tax commission for assessments against the corporation corpora-tion levied in 1944 and 1945. The amount is a compromise and will be a full and complete settlement, the order states. Jaycees Make July 24th Plans President Keith Boyer announces an-nounces the Orem Jaycees are going ahead with plans for the 24th of July celebration, which they will sponsor. The entertainment is being planned primarily for children from 4 to 18 years and will be held at the city park. A pet or hobby paraae will be featured, so all young persons per-sons are requested to begin rooming their favorite pet and planning how he or nc may enter the parade. There will be fun for all, prizes galore for the parade, races, etc. Refreshment concessions, roller rol-ler skating, ball games and picture pic-ture shows will be a part of the day's celebration. rem -ftelt Emm . . .- J OREM - .Volume 14 Number 18 SPECIAL DANCING SCHOOL FOR JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS Miss Lorna Anderson will give a special summer course in tap, ballet and acrobatic dancing danc-ing at the Lincoln high school gymnasum. Registration will be next Wednesday evening, June 19, from 7 to 8 o'clock, in the seminary building. Small groups will be organized so much individual in-dividual work can be given. There will be a small charge of $5.00 for the course. Miss Anderson Ander-son recently returned from Los Angeles where she has taken a special course. She is also director di-rector of dancing for the summer sum-mer recreation work and is well qualified to do this work. Frequent Fre-quent opportunities will be given giv-en to her students to appear in various, public entertainments during the summer. Truck and Barn Lost In Fire The truck of Harry Orvin and the barn owned by Dan Kallas were a complete loss in the fire that occured Monday evening, as Mr Orvin was delivering de-livering hay to the Kallas home. It is believed the fire was caused from a hot exhaust on the truck. The Provo fire department responded to the call, but the barn and contents fed by the dry hay burned quickly and were consumed upon its arrival. Scera Pool Swi Op The swimming pool and dressing dress-ing rooms at Scera recreation grounds have all been repainted and everything is in readiness for the opening of the pool for the summer. JFrjd SuslweljiarlMeii m ployed as operator and lifeguard for the pooL He will be assisted assist-ed by John Hulick. Both of these, young men have completed complet-ed requirements for senior life saving courses which has been given at Saratoga the last two months. The instructive work at the pool will be given by Lor-in Lor-in Millett as representative of the American Red Cross. The time and place of these courses will be announced within the next couple of weeks. All instructive work at the pool will be free. It will however, how-ever, be necessary to make a small charge at the pool in order ! to help defray the operating expense. ex-pense. The suggested amounts which should be paid are 10c for children under 12; 20c for juniors and 25c adults. There will be no suits to rent, although towels may be rented for 5c with a 10c deposit. Miss Beverly Beck, recently graduating from the Lincoln high school, will have charge of the checking stand. It is requested re-quested that parents advise their boys and girls when they come to the pool that they must leave all valuables with Miss Beck at the stand. If this is not done, they cannot be responsible for any lost items. It is also advised by the State Board of Health that people should not stay in the pool longer long-er than one hour. There is no healthier summer recreation than swimming and a cool pool is much more healthy than in a warm pool provided people do not remain in the pool too long. The United States government is urging strongly that every boy and girl learn to swim and learn life saving. During the last war one of the greatest Building Benefit Show at Scera The MIA and Elders quorum of Timpanogos ward will sponsor spon-sor a building benefit show at Scera, June 26. The affair is under the leader ship of Mrs. Lurleen Loveless, YWMIA president; Luzell Rob- j bins, YMMIA president and Dale Larsen, president of the Elders quorum. The Symphony Singers, a ladies glee rlub, of Salt Lake City, will be featured; also the regular picture and comics of Scera s fine program. Tickets will be sold by the Elders of the ward throughout the community and the cooperation coopera-tion of all is desired in this project. THE STEEXi I Huge Crotvd Attends Official Lighting of Orem City Park More than 500 persons attends ed the official lighting exercises of Orem softbaU park at the city park, Monday evening. . Mayor J. W. Gillman in an appropriate dedicatory prayer, set the park of more than 3Cf acres aside for good, wholesome community recreation. He was introduced by E. E. Twitchelf, chairman of the committee' apt pointed to erect the lights and prepare the ball field. Mr. Twltchell outlined the progress of his committee in his brief re marks. - Leonard Madsen, a member of the committee, and, strong supporter of softbaU and ath letics in the community pulleo) the switch to officially turn ori the electricity. ' The Lincoln high school band under director E: B. Terry gave, a fine concert before the dedi4 catory exercises and1 played as the lights went on. Keith Boyer and Carl Terry of the Junior Chamber of Commerce acted as umpires for the lively game between be-tween Timpanogos and Windsor wards Men's teams. At the be-, ginning of the 7th inning, the rag mm ens Mon day handicaps the army experienced was the fear of water so many boys had and the difficulty in teaching swimming .after they had reached maturty. - - There are but few communities in the state of Utah with as fine. a pool and with the opportunity for free instruction as we have here at Orem. Each year we have been commended by the State Board of Health for the cleanliness that has been maintained main-tained in connection with the pool. It is the desire of the Scera management to maintain these high standards so that parents par-ents may feel safe to send their youngsters to Scera to learn to swim. SCERA RECEIVES GIFT OF BEAUTIFUL PAINTING Mrs. Clara M. Taylor, local artist of Lake View, presented a beautiful watercolor painting to Scera last Monday evening. The painting is a large vase of varied colored Cosmos. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Taylor met with the Scera Board at their regular meeting Monday evening to present pre-sent the picture. President War-nick War-nick acecpted the painting with appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Mr. Taylor was one of the charter board members of Scera and worked hard several years on the building program for the new auditorium. The picture at present is displayed dis-played in the Scera office. The people of the community are in vited to call in to see the picture anytime when at the show or in the building. Christensen - Hansen Reception at Lehi a a m 9 Jf l c n PTT50 r T I in the Salt Lake temple, Miss! T l rMrfonm. .!,at,i- nf Mr. and Mrs. Louis Christensen of American Fork, became the bride of Gordon E. Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. Emil Hansen of Orem. The ceremony was performed in the presence of members of both families and a few close friends by President J. Will Knight. A reception was tendered the popular couple Tuesday in the Lehi Second ward hall by the bride's parents. The flower decorations dec-orations were arranged by Rohbock Roh-bock Sons Floral of Orem and were outstanding, with lighted tapers adding to the attractiveness. attractive-ness. After a wedding trip to the Southern Utah Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen will make their home in Orem. CENTER OF THE WEST game was tied up 5 all. In tha last inning Windsor scored four runs and in their last effort to recover, Timp scored one more point. In the preliminary game at 6:30 the Pleasant View senior boys played the Sharon senior team in a hotly contested game, the score being 6-5. Victor C. Anderson, chairman of Sharon-Orem community recreational rec-reational program spoke of the projects planned and the pro gress made. More than 70 young people, took part in the various activities activi-ties Monday evening. Next week's program is as follows: Men's league at 7:45: Monday Pleasant View vs Vermont. Ver-mont. Tuesday Timp. vs Geneva. Wednesday Grand View vs Windsor. Thursday Edgemont vs Sharon Friday Jaycees vs Vineyard B Vineyard A bye. The same schedule applies to the Senior and Junior boys: the Senior teams at the city ball park and the Junior groups at Lincoln high school grounds. Monday Pleasant View t$ Windsor. Tuesday Timpanogos vs Sharon. Shar-on. Wednesday Lake View vs Grand View. Thursday Vineyard vs Ver mont. Friday Geneva vs Lake View. The same schedule also applies ap-plies to both girls' teams to be played at Lincoln high school: Monday Edgemont vs Vine -yard. - Tuesday Windsor Vs Timpan 'egos. ',, , 4 .- Wednesday Pleasant View, bye Thursday W Geneva vs Sharon. Friday Grand. View vs ver mont. SUNDAY SERVICES Sharon Ward: ' The sacrament meeting will observe the restoration of the Melchizedek priesthood, at 7:30 p.m. Timpanogos Wardi Members of the Sharon Stake High Council will be present at 7:30 p.m. Edgemont Wards Members of the Melchizedek priesthood will present the program pro-gram at 7:30. Vermont Ward: Commemorating the restoration restora-tion of the Medchizedek priesthood, priest-hood, all quorums of the ward will participate in the program at 5 p.m. The ladies chorus will sing. Geneva Ward: Sacrament meeting begins at 5 o'clock in the Timpanogos ward chapel. Theodore Farley, Jr., Joseph H. Rowley and Charles Moon will speak on the restoration of the Melchizedek priesthood. The Geneva quartet, quar-tet, composed of James Jensen. Dee Adams, Arthur Shephard and Moroni Jensen will sing. Windsor Ward: The restoration ot tne Melchizedek Melchi-zedek priesthood will be the topic at 8 o'clock. Grand View Ward: Members of the Melchizedek Priesthood will present the program pro-gram at 7:30 p.m. The choir will furnsh muse. Vineyard Ward: Max J. Blake will be in charge of the program commemorating the restoration of the Melchi- zedek priesthood at 7:30 p.m. ww nmiai The restoration of the Melchizedek Mel-chizedek priesthood will bt observed ob-served at 7:30 p.m. Pleasant View Ward: The LDS girls organization, under the direction of Mrs. Ada Green will present the program at 7:30. UTAH HIGHWAY PATROL 1 No person shall ride a bicycle ! inln.a It t. . a ' m cuiupyea Willi a oeii or other device capable of giv ing a signal audible for a dis tance of at least 100 feet: excent that no bicycle shall be equipped wiw nor shall any person use upon a bicycle any siren or whistle. THURSDAY; JUNE 13, 1946 BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAM GOING FORWARD " '. You need but to go up and down and crossways on the streets of Orem, to see the sup. port people are giving to the beautification program. The committees are all very enthusiastic enthusi-astic about their work. , Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rohbock, chairman of the landscape committee, are sponsoring a meeting where tha public is invited. This meeting will be at. the seminary building build-ing on Tesuday evening, June 18 at eight o'clock. r 1 Mr. Melborn D. Wallace, Professor Pro-fessor of horticulture at the B. V. U. will be present at this meeting and give valuable instructions. in-structions. Mr. Earnest Reims-chissell Reims-chissell of B. Y. U. will also be there and show pictures of Provq and vicinity, besides giving a talk on the fnudamentais of landscaping. Please be there. NEW PHOTO SHOP OPENS SATURDAY The M and R Photo Finishing Studio will open Saturday June 15, above the Max Andrews Cafe in Orem and an Invitation is extended the public to call. Two returned veterans, Clifford Clif-ford L. McCall, newspaper photographer pho-tographer and Journalist, recently recent-ly returned from navy service, and William I. Rawclilfe, who rendered service in the army, are the proprietors of the new concern. See their advertiseemnt elsewhere else-where In this issue for prices, time of service, etc. , Re-Arranged Music Program SUMMER SCHOOL V:y K B.Terry) : --t-T MONDAYr Beginning Clarinet players 8:00 Beginning Saxaphone players 5:45 Beginning Valve Instrument players 8:30, Beginning Trombone and Drum players 7:15 Advanced Junior Band players 8:00 TUESDAY Junior Clarinet Players 5:00 Junior Saxaphone players 5:45 Junior Valve Instrument players play-ers 6:30 Junior Trombone and Drum players 7:15 Conductors Class 8:00 WEDNESDAY The same schedule as Monday from 5 o'clock to 8 o'clock. At 8 o'clock Small Vocal group rehearsal. THURSDAY The same schedule as for Tuesday Tues-day from 5 o'clock to 8 o'clock. At 8 o'clock Senior Band rehearsal There will be a Senior Band party at Canyon Glen, Tuesday, June 18, at 6:30 p.m. All Senior Band students are invited to come and enjoy what the committee com-mittee has planned for them. Be on time and come prepared for a lot of fun and plenty to eat. Mrs. Arthur Watklns (Ruth Hansen) and daughter, Annette, of Palo Alta, California, are, visiting here. Mrs. Watklns came to attend the wedding of her brother, Gordon E. Hansen and Miss Lela Christensen. Mr. Watklns, who is attending attend-ing Stanford University at Palo Alta, arrived Wednesday evening. eve-ning. They will remain ten days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Emil Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Watkins. Miss Alene Edwards returned from San Francisco, California, Tuesday evening, where she has spent the past ten days visiting friends. She visited in other California cities while away. Clover 4-H Club Elect Officers The Clover 4-H club of Pleasant Pleas-ant View held their meeting Friday Fri-day at the home of Mary Jean Miller. The following officers were elected: Joan Pierce, president; presi-dent; Dene Cogtale, vice president; presi-dent; Mary Jean Miller, secretary; secre-tary; Edna Mae Penrod. historian his-torian and song leader; Coleen "eterson, reporter; Joan Eager, recreation leader. ARMY..SH0W III ; . ;j PROYO SATURDAY A mammoth Army Service Forces mobile recruiting cara van ' featuring the latest in scientifically-developed phenomena, phenom-ena, will appear in Provo on Saturday June 15, on the corner of First North and First West, advance public relations ' officials offi-cials said today. . -.The -unit, composed of ' 12 vehicles, will include displays set up by the Signal Corps.' the Medical Corps, the Chemical Warfare Service,. the Quartermaster Quarter-master Corps, the Corps of Engineers, En-gineers, , the Transportation Corps and Ordnance Department. Depart-ment. . Manned by appromiately 60 men; the recruiting caravan Is conducting a six-week toiu' of Utah and Idaho. . . r , ,;The Signal Corps display features fea-tures facsimile eqiupment which transmits and records photos and messages by radio or wire, a Juke box movie projector showing show-ing sound movies, and a "handi-talkie" "handi-talkie" device.. -,, The chemical warfare service will display a chemical mortar with projectiles, eortubie flame thrower and an interesting interest-ing clothing display, while lifeboat life-boat rations, rctic and tropical clothing and a photo display of a Quartermaster school are the highlights of the Qaurtermdster Corps display. ' The Transportation Corps exhibit ex-hibit Includes a diving, suit, display dis-play panels picturing trains, boats and other means of transportation trans-portation and such navigation aids as sextants, compasses, and others. The notorious , night sniper-scope sniper-scope with1 Its Infra-red sight will probably be the chief item of Interest In the Corps -of Engineers' En-gineers' display which also includes in-cludes a truck-mounted - AXr compressor and water purification purifi-cation system. Community Fair Planned For Fall LOCAL ITEMS Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Hunn, Miss Francis Hunn and Mr. and Mrs. Spencer S. Hunn and son, Joe of Salt Lake City, attended the Leven Simmons family reunion held Sunday-at-Arrowhead re sort. k - Jf vs . Among the many out of town people attending the funeral services of Ellen Ekins Zioid-away Zioid-away were Mrs. Leah E. Davis of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ekins of Hinckley, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Reed of Monticello;, Judge and Mrs. Martin Larsen of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Allen and Mrs. Sam Hilton of Pleasant Grove. Mr. and Mrs. j. B. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Allred and daughter, Elaine, went to Halley, Idaho, last week to attend the golden wedding of their sister and brother, Mr and Mrs. Scott Allred. Mrs. June Clark is leaving for Ogden Saturday, where she wii; spend ten days with ner daughter daugh-ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strate and family. Her mother, Mrs. Hannah Nielsen, who is making her home with Mrs. Clark, will visit with her son, Linden Nielsen and family in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Reva Rohbock, president of Sharon stake YWMIA, Mrs. Lorna Maycock, Geneva ward president, and Mrs. Moon, at tended the MIA conference ses sions in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Melba Pyne, Mrs. Evelyn Maeser Thompson, Mrs. Edith Scorup dinger, Sharon Stake Primary presidency and some members of their board attended attend-ed the general Primary confer ence in Salt Lake City. At a recent family gathering, a picture of five generations in the family of Mrs. Harriet Park ing Varley, was taken. Those in the group are Mrs. Varley, her daughter, Mrs. Irene Varley Wright, her daughter, Mrs. Zeila Wright Thornton, her son, Wil liam Jack Thornton and baby carma Jean Thornton. Mrs. Varley, who makes her home with her son, Lowell Varley Var-ley in Windsor ward, is the widow of William Varley, and for 50 years made her home on the homestead where the Geneva steeipiant now stands. FAMILY REUNION . AFTER SIX YEARS The family of Mr. and Mrs. J E. Green were iinited this week for the first time In six years. The two. sons and daughter-in-law V. S. Croon an4 f V ru and wife have recently been released re-leased from service, and a daughter. Mrs, Vivian ft RJrnK ton of Snawflake, Arizona, who YOUNG FARMERS TO HOLD MEET ' The next meeting of the Young Farmers of Orem will be held Friday, June 21 at Lincoln high school ag room. All veterans taking "On the Job Training" for farmers are requested to be present. President Junior Bounoua and Garth Gillman have the meeting in charge. Three Injured In Car Accidents Friday proved an unlucky day for three Orem ,tesidents injured in-jured in automobile accidents. Elwin Stapley, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Stapley, is recovering from head injuries suffered ; at 6:30 p.m. Friday when struck by a jeep on 16th South, three blocks west of the state highway. James Harps, 26, also of Orem, was driver of the jeep. The boy ran directly in front of the jeep and was knocked 12 feet by the impact. Mrs, Irene Fowler and Mrs. Bonnie Hood received cuts, bruises and shock Friday when a bumble bee flew into the car and caused Mrs. Fowler to lose control and crash into a truck on the lower Geneva road. The front of the Fowler car was demolished. de-molished. ; Canyon Outing For Orem Jaycees VS'The Orem Jaycees are sponsoring spon-soring an outing at Canyon Glen in Provo Canyon, Wednesday evening, June 19 at 7 o'clock. Game? and cats are being planned plan-ned by the committee, headed by Carl Terry. Bring your wife or girl friend and join the festive fes-tive event. At a special council meeting held Friday evening, the project pro-ject of a community fair to be an annual event, was discussed, and a committee appointed to work out plans to bring this about this season. Orem-Sharon community is one of . the most valuable fruit growing"," Tarni and 'dairy sections sec-tions of the state and with all citizens cooperating during the next few months with the committee, com-mittee, should make the affair most outstanding, and a fine beginning be-ginning for a centennial year fair in 1947. Roy E. Park was named chairman chair-man of the committee, with La-Grande La-Grande JarmarS vice chairman, Keith Boyer, secretary. Members Mem-bers of the committee include Lyle McDonald, William M. Vernon, Luzell Robbins, Clark Carter, Jesse L. Smith, Kirby Allen, Ivan Burr, Elvin Bunnell, Bliss Allred, Edgar E. Booth and Ray E. Loveless. The committee have neen given the green light by the city officials and will soon announce definite plans. HOME AGAIN Junius Clawson. son of Mrs. June Clark arrived home Sat- , iirdav from JaDan. where he has been stationed for the past few months. Junius' received his. honorable discharge from Fort Douglas separation center. He has been in service for 2 years. . Gerald Anderson, U. S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Niels And-1 , erson has received his release ,' from service after nearl three years away. jV .,1; J Reed Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Son Davis is also happy to be home again. , y Wallaec Chatwln of the Im- perial Valley, California, former Pleasant View man, left Wedne day for Shoemaker separation center, where he win receive his discharge from Navy service. He has spent the past several days here With friends. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Aldcn Chatwln. , St. Sergeant Don Edwards re-' ' turned Sunday from 27 months in army service, the past 18 months scent in the European theater. Don is the husband of Mary Conder Edwards and they ';: nave one daughter, Judy. He is the son of Bishop and Mrs. Philo . T. Edwards. . A family dinner was held Tuesday evening at the Edwards home honoring Set. Edwards. with 2t members present.. v came to Utah to attend Primary and MIA conference were all at the - family home. V. S. Green i living in Ocden at Dres- ent and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Green in Salt Lake City.