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pret Fair i Community Date Set For October 11 and 12 i . ... : 1 Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12, have been set Vor the 1946 community fair of Orem City. All committees m working out details for the many events anticipated, t chairman Keith Boyer of the exhibits committee states ! that to date there is a shortage on individual exhibits of fruit, ana asus '" "J- au iruu growers to select "mS GLEN M. VERNON iftSi'irlSfta ON SEMINARY STAFF cold storage iuvmh y-i"" for the displays. - : j The committees are anxious to have each bishop of the stake check on his exhibits committee jnd his eanaiaaie iur ijuccu her two attendants. One innovation of the show will be a $5.00 cash prize for the largest ear of corn grown ,nd exhibited. t,; for Canned Fruiti Ladies, attention! In canning your fruit be sure and select vaur jars for the community fair, for whicn valuable prue; will be awarded. Another pilgrimage of local tnickfers to Soapstone, where men are cutting more timber, to bring it to the saw mill, wil. be made shortly, and work on construction con-struction of the rodeo corrals and grandstand will begin immediately. im-mediately. f Watch this paper for additional addition-al information and tell your friends to reserve October 11 and 12 and come to the fair. mtm moM OREM - THE STEEL CENTER OF THE WEST Orem Huge Volume 14 Number 85 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 4-H Girls Entertain Mothers Miss Vaudis Mangum was hostess to the Busy Stitchers 4-H dub members and their mothers moth-ers Friday evening at her home. President Rena Mae Elder was fa charge; Doris Walters gave the 4-H pledge, Carola Maycock gave a reading, Gail Mangum and Judy Hooper sang and Rosa-die Rosa-die Josie gave a piano selection. In a display of their season's sewing, four girls received blue ribbons and three red Tibbon awards. - Refreshments were served. I - "v. :n ss -in-iiiT - Alpine Schoolsj Open Monday, Sept. 9 School books are being dusted off, and bells will ring out Monday morning, September 9, for all schools of Alpine Dis trict On Monday at 8:30 a.m., students of the 9, 10, 11 and 12th grades who have not already registered, may apply for registration. All students of these classes may come .H-LW fees and be asslgned Sharon School Melvin Becksted, Jean S. OREM MAYOR ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT OF MUNICIPAL LEAGUE Mayor J. W. Gillman was named first vice president to Mayor B. M. Stringham of Vernal Vern-al at the Utah Municipal League convention held at Cedar City ; during the past week. The election took place Saturday afternoon. " Another Utah County mayor, Dean Prior of Lehi, was named director. : ' ; ' Resolutions passed in general session of the league include, 1 Expressions of appreciation to those responsible for the convention; con-vention; 2 requesting the league legislative committee to sponsor legislation at the next session of the state legislature, . to permit counties to levy and i appropriate funds for construc- , on and maintenance of air- Ports on communities within their boundaries: 3 Urging a uniform community program of waffle control and directing the league to make every effort to obtain by legislation a share of the state liquor profits for local law enforcement without Imposition Im-position of additional tax; 4 Decision to seek legislation permitting per-mitting the $500,000 airport appropriation ap-propriation of the last legislature legisla-ture to carry over indefinitely until federal funds are avail-Ale avail-Ale to match the state funds in irport expansion. Price was selected as the convention con-vention city for 1947. Glen M. Vernon President Henry D. Taylor an nounces the appointment of Glen M. Vernon to Sharon stake seminary teaching staff. Mr. Vernon is a member of Sharon ward bishopric and is well known among the young people of the stake, having graduated from Lincoln high school and Sharon stake seminary, where he was active in music and athletic ath-letic circles. Mr. Vernon attended the LDS Business college in Salt Lake City, before accepting civil service serv-ice work for the war department depart-ment in Washington, D. C. prior to the war. He later enlisted in the armv air corps, where he will be no confusion In rooms UUlClt WOnC Of -. ... k J. T ' The 7 and 8th grades will AVeiT fire LOSS attended George Washington university at Washington, D.C. His wife is the former June Anderson of Mesa, Arizona, and both Mr. and Mrs. Vernon have been attending BYU the past and will continue their studies there. JJotict of Annual Meeting of Sharon's Cooperative Educational "creational Association The annual meeting of Sharon's Shar-on's Cooperative Educational Recreational Association will be Jeld Monday evening, Septem-16, Septem-16, at 8 p. m. in the west "xwi of the Seminary building. All adult residents of the em-Sharon area are members "id are therefore invited to attend. at-tend. The annual report of the nager and Secretary will be "yen. Also the election of the Rowing three year term di-"wrs: di-"wrs: one from Edgemont dis-one dis-one from Grand View dis-and dis-and one from Community 41 large. - Clorene Lamb, Secretary and Treasurer Seminary To Begin Classwork Tuesday J. Clavton Watts, Stanley R. Gunn and Glem M- Vernon will be on hand to greet new and returning seminary students at the seminary building, Monday, when they will register for classwork. Instruction will be given in Old and New Testament and Church History, and will begin Tuesday morning. The registration regis-tration fees for the Old and New Testament classes are $2.00 each and $2.50 for the Church History department. SUNDAY SERVICES Stake Presidency will meet at the seminary at 10 Sharon Stake High Council will convene at 10:30 a.m. Priesthood Leadership meeting at 2 p.m. at Scera auditorium. audi-torium. LDS Girls organization chairman, secretaries secretar-ies and advisors will hold xheir union meeting at Timpanogos ward chapel at 2 p.m. Primary Union meeting at Sharon ward chapel at 2:30 p.m. EV&HNG MEETINGS: Edgemonl Ward The Primary will be in charge of the meeting, with President Blanch Woodard conducting at 7:30 p.m. Vineyard Ward: A missionary testimonial hon oring Robert Pearson at 7:30 p m.. He leaves Sept. 9 for the mission home in Salt Lake City Windsor Ward: Meeting will be in charge of bishopric at 8 p.m. Pleasant View Ward: The Mutual Improvement Association As-sociation will present the pro-frram, pro-frram, under the direction of George Miller and Leah Gleason at. 7:30 p.m. Vermont Ward: Meeting convenes at 5 p.m. View Ward: Members of the Peter Madsen their lockers. Fees and deposits will be as follows: 7 and 8th grade, $1.50 deposit and $1.00 activity fee; total $2.50. 9th grade; $2.00 deposit and $2.00 activity total $4.00. 10, 11 and 12th grades, $2.00 deposit and $3 00 activity fee; total $5.00. Regular But Routes The buses will pick the students stu-dents up on the regular routes' as of last year, and on Monday will return home again 10 a.m. with the high school students The elementary schools will convene for regular school work on Monday, with the buses making mak-ing the usual trips at the usual time. Children entering school for the first time must bring their birth certificates. Any child born later than November 1, 1940 cannot enter school this year, as they must be six jears old. Classwork to Begin Tuesday At High School On Tuesday, Principal War-nick War-nick announces regular class-work class-work will be held at the high school and seminary, with buses traveling the same routes as last year to get the students to school by 8:30 and return home at 3 o'clock. Students should bring registration regis-tration cards with their schedule sched-ule of classes, which they have previously received, so thera Briggs, Sadie Ogden, Helen T. Wentz, Pearl O. Whitehead. Page School Marvin M. Allen, Mildred M. Barket, Myrtle T, Cockrane, Evelyn M. Knight, Mrs. George H. Hansen. Union School Earl A. Beck, Jennie G. Storrs, Merle Christiansen, Rose Rad-mull, Rad-mull, Nelda Rasmussen, Elizabeth Eliza-beth Shoell. SHARON ELDERS DANCE SEPT. 12 All Elders of Sharon stake who have not purchased tickets for the Elders' Ball should do so Immediately, Tickets must be obtained from your Quorum presidency as they can't be sold at the door. . . The evening will be taken up with dancing, social mixers, and refreshments. It is urged that all Elders, both young and old, turn out for an evening of social entertainment. The place Is in the ballroom of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building on the upper campui, Brigham Young ; university, Thursday, September 12, at 9 o'clock. Gentlemen of Swing will furnish the music CENTRAL MARKET FRIDAY AND SAT' '4 Lee and Rex Mendenhall, brothers, wish to invite the gen eral public of Orem and community com-munity to the grand opening of their new Central Market, formerly form-erly Drage'i Super Market, GRACE 6, NDTTALL TO LEAVE FOR MISSION 1 n j. Vw-w- , f I ... I Lh Mendenhall meet, Tuesday morning at 8:30 in the auditorium for assign ment to sections and teachers. Mr. Warnick announces the schools will run full day session? unless the board of education considers it necessary to modify modi-fy the schedule, owing to labor or other conditions. The following teachers have been assigned to their schools Lincoln Hiqh School A. P. Warnick, principal : L B. Bennett, assistant principal-KIRov principal-KIRov West, Keith Bover, Edgar E. Booth, Melvin Briggs. J Erval Christensen, Thomas Cord-ner, Cord-ner, Boyd C Davis, Donald M. Dixon, Robert Max Dowdle. Ralph B. Ladle, John E. Lewis, W. E. Losee, LeRoy Loverldge. Frank B. Newman, Harold K. Nielsen, Parlell G. Peterson Thorval Ripby, Carl D. Swen-on. Swen-on. E. B. Terrv, L. L. Terry-W. Terry-W. M. Vernon, J. Leslie Weight Nina H. Booth, John M. Freck-elton, Freck-elton, Mariorie Holdaway, Hilda Knudsen, Iva Reynolds. Spencer Elementary School Fenton J. Prince, Kenneth R. Whitwood, Bethel W. Allred, Marie G. Bennett, Barbara S. Ebenstein, Lois W. Johnson, Celia Luce, Edith P. Palmer. Boldwen Thompson, Reva U. Abman. Linden School Elwood Baxter, Leola K. Clarke, Ford Paulson, Norma J. Hales, Thelma W. Martell, Emily A. Pederson, Sylvia T. Peter son- family will present the program with P. W. Madsen in charge at 7:30. Peter Madsen was an early Lake View pioneei. Grand View Ward: A farewell testimonial will be given honoring Grace G. Nuttall who is leaving soon for the Texas-Louisiana mission. Meet ing will begin at 7:30 p.m Timpanogos Ward: Sacrament meeting will beglr at 7:30 in the ward chapel. Genera Ward: Members of Geneva waro. will meet at 7:30 p.m. In the Timp anogos ward recreation hall. Sharon Ward: Flake Rogers will be the evening's eve-ning's guest speaker. The Aaronic Priesthood winners will be announced. Meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. What might have proved very disastrious in a fire, was averted avert-ed Sunday evening when neighbors neigh-bors came to the rescue, at the packing house of Dave Cordner, when a gasoline stove exploded. The impromptu fire department depart-ment of neighbors, quickly run a hose line from a nearby water outlet and brought the blaze under un-der control, with a loss of but $35.00. The Provo fire department depart-ment was called but the Diazr was under control. The Prove chief commended the quick work of the neighbors. The Cordner property is located at 8th South and 2nd East and the property endangered was placed at $5,500. LDS GIRLS Organization Meets Sunday All ward chairman, their as-sistants, as-sistants, secretaries and advisors ad-visors are invited to attend the union meeting Sunday afternoon after-noon at 2 p. m. at Timpanogos ward chapel-Speakers chapel-Speakers will include Mrs. L B. Bennett, Mrs. Glen Vernon and Mrs. Joy O. Clegg. Miss Gladys Tippetts will sing. The secretaries are asked to bring their August reports if possible. . across from the Scera theater, Jriifty oASturdy,.Septmber 8 and 7, i These industrious young men are natives of Utah county and have been In business for a number num-ber of years; Lee has been In the grocery business for more than 15 years. He was manager of the Serv-U-All Super Markets at San Diego, California, for a number of years before coming to Provo, where he leased Hay-ward's Hay-ward's meat markets from 1941 to '43 and has since owned and MIA Girls Home to Have New Coat Of Paint On Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the stake presidency high council and Young Men'f MIA boards of Provo, Utah, and Sharon stakes will go to the Girls' MIA home at North Fork. Provo Canyon and apply a pre servatlve coat of oil to the log building. They are asked to wear work clothes and brin? paint brush and bucket. The Young Woman's Glrl home committee will (furnish refreshments for the workers. Lincoln Hisrh School Football Suits to be Issued .This Sunday Football suits for Lincoln high school football players have arrived and will be check-M check-M out this Sunday, Sent. 8, at 4 p.m., at the Lincoln high hool gvm. according to Coach Dixon of the faculty. All players play-ers are urged to be present. a- Flower Show Success ' Oae of the finest flower shows ever put on in Utah, in the opinion of AVY.M. Keller, of Salt Lake City, president of the Associated Garden clubs of Utah, one of the judges at the local show of the Orem Garden Club held Mooiday, Tuesday Tues-day and Wednesday at the Scera theater lounge. Chas Itoh-bock, Itoh-bock, local florist was the other judge. with more than 500 entries the decisions were bard ones to make, as the quality of the blooms were exceptionally high. Mrs. Luzon Crosby and Mrs. Irene Trucsanskl Wendall Car roll and Bish Farley, co-chair man of the show, are to be congratulated con-gratulated upon the fine display which was visited by hundreds of interested persons. JUNIOR SHOW RECEIVES COMMENDATION The Junior show was a novel event, and received a great deal of interested comment Flower Arrangement: First, Mrs. Ruth Peterson; 2, Mrs. Glen S. Healy; 3, Whit Watts. Miniature: 1, Irene Tur-csanski; Tur-csanski; 2, Milda Patten; 3, Myra Adams. Artistic arrangement; 1, Whit Watts; 2. Mrs, Glen S. Healy; 3, Irene Turcsanski. Corsages: ; First, Luzon Crosby; 2, Mrs. Edna , Nielson; 1, Mrs. Sharp Gillespie; 2, Mrs. Luzon Crosby. Weeds! .First, Mrs. Edna O. Stevens; 2, "V" 1 Ada Wallace; 2, Merle Wentz; Mrs. Grace ,C. Nuttall Grand View ward will honor Mrs. Grace G. Nuttall, widow of the late Wm. A. Nuttall, at testimonial Sunday evening at 7:30 in the ward chapel. Mrs. Nuttall has been active In all organizations of the LDS church, having worked in Pri mary, Mutual,, Relief society and Genealogy work. She is also a former member of the Relief society singing mothers of Sharon Shar-on stake. A fine program is being arranged ar-ranged by the ward missionary committee, which comprises Mr. and Mrs. Afton Harward, Mr, and Mrs. Clark Carter, and Mr. and Mrs. William McKennen. On Tuesday evening, September Sep-tember 10, a farewell party will be tendered Mrs. Nuttall in the ward amusement hall. Howard Nelson's orchestra will furnish music for dancing. All ward members, friends and relatives of Mrs. Nuttall are Invited to attend these events.. kiddies met at 6 o'clock Mon day, with their flowers and con tainers, arranging the floral pieces and dolls at the building; Winners (were, flower dolls, Robin Turcsanski," Evan Crosby, Gay Turcsanski; Large artistic: Helen Maycock, Gay Turcsan- 4 ski, Joan Adams; Sweepstakes: Valdls Gillespie, and Gary Palmer; Pal-mer; five year olds: Brent York and Shana Turcsanski; weeds: Barbara Carter. TESTIMONIAL III VINEYARD WARD FOR MISSIONARY AWARDS: In the flower show proper, awards were received as follows: fol-lows: Sweepstakest Gladioli Single Spike: Mr. and Mrs. L, N. Poulson. Asters: 3 of a kind: Teddy Ann Rohbock. Marigold: Mrs. I. N. Poulson. Gladioli Basket: Mrs. L. N. Poulson. , Water Arrangement: Glad- view Gardens, Mr. and Mrs. W. Reed Nuttall. Petunas: Mrs. Irene Turcsan ski. Gladioli. 3 of a Kind: Mrs. Luzon Crosby. Zennias, Pompons: Mrs. Lorna Maycock. Roses: Mrs. Sharp Gillespie. Max Mendenhall operated the Fifth Avenue Market on 8th West and 12th North, Provo. He is still assocl-, ated with the University Cleaners Clean-ers of Provo. Rex is a world war II veteran and was engaged in the grocery business in San Diego for ten years before going into service. Everything In the line of fresh meats, groceries, vegetables and fruits will be on hand at the grand opening and will be kept on hand at the store. Also a fine line of hardware will be handled. Come In and meet the Mendenhall brothers. Robert Pearson, son of Dr. E. A. Pearson of Logan and Mrs. Lewis Clegg of Vineyard, will be honored Sunday evenmg at 7:30 with a testimonial in the ward chapel. , The young man is leaving for the LDS mission home in Salt Lake City, Monday, prior to his leaving for the Australian mission. ' ' He is a graduate of Pleasant Grove high school and Timpanogos Timpan-ogos stake seminary and was recently re-cently released from two years service in the army air corps. The program will be under the direction of the ward mis sionary committee, consisting of President and Mrs. Walter B. Holdaway. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Williams and Mr. and Mrs. C M. Stone. President Holdaway will conduct the program, which will include talks by Wm. C. Smith, seminary teacher at Pleasant Grove high school: George S. Young of Provo, grandfather of Robert, and remarks re-marks by the missionary. Joy O. Clegg and company will sing; Kenneth Williams will play a trumpet solo, and Lois Davis will sing, both accompanied by Helen Allen. Contributions will be received receiv-ed at the door. All ward members mem-bers and friends and relatives of the young man are Invited to be present. Astms Single, 1, 2, 3, Mrs. Arthur Shepherd. Double Variety, 1, Teddy Ann Rohbock, also sweep stake; 2, M. L. Wallace. Three of a kind. 1. no name. Bouquet or arrangement, . 3 Mrs, Ada Crossman. Mixed single variety, 2, Mrs. Arthur "Shepherd.1 One Irlrul '1.9. Mr Arthur Rher . w m -, . herd; 3, Milda Patten. Mixed. Double variety, 1, Mrs. J. B. Hunn; 2, Mrs. L. NV Poulson; 3, j Mrs. Luzon Crosby. ' Zinnas: Three of a kind: 1, 2, 3, M. D. Wallace. Pompons, 3 of a kind: 1, Mrs. Lorna Maycock; 2, Mrs. Donna York; 3, Mrs. Arthur Shepherd. Vase of Pompons: Pom-pons: 1, Lorna Maycock; 2, 3 Mrs. Donna YorK. . Marigolds: Dwarfs: 1, Orvilla Delange; 2, M. D. Wallace. Marigolds: 1, Mrs. Lorna Maycock; 2, Milda Patten: 3. Mrs. Van Snow. Ar rangement of dwarfs: 1, Mrs-, r.. n n ;1 1 aua u. atevenson; 6, wi Delange; 3, Gladview Gardens. Arrangement of Marigolds: 1, Mrs. L. N. Poulson; 2, Milda Patten; Pat-ten; 3, Gladview Gardens. 3, Mrs- Edna Nielson. Rosen "' ., 1 Single: 1, Mrs. Sharp Gillespie; Gil-lespie; 2, 3, M. D. Wallace. 3 of a kind: 1, 2, 3. Mrs. Sharp Gillespie. Gil-lespie. Rose basket: 1, Mrs. Sharp Gillespie; 2, Mrs. Joyce XIarmer; 3, Mrs. Nellie Wilberg. Water Pianist First, Gladview Gardens; 2, Irene Turcsanki. . Chrysanthemums: 1, 2, Irene Turcsanki; 3, Mrs. Joyce Harman: Red, white and blue: 1, 2, M. D. Wallace. Gladiolis: White, single spike: 1, Mrs. Luzon Crosby, "Surfside"; 2, M. D. Wallace; 3, Gladview Gardens. Cream, single spike: 1, Gladview Gardens "Wanda"; 2, 3, Whit Watts. Cream, 3 of a kind: 1, Whitt Watts, "Shirley Temple"; 2, 3, Gladview Gard- , ens. White: 3 of a kind: 1, Mrs. Luzon Crosby, 'Surfside"; 2, M. D. Wallace; 3, Mrs. Vera Shepherd. Yellow, single spike: 1, Mrs. Edna Stevens; 2, Whit Watts; 8, M. D. Wallace. Orange 1, Mrs. L. N- Poulson; 2, Mrs. Edna O. Stevens; 3, Gladview Gardens. Yellow and orange: 1, Whit Watts, "Carol Glow"; 2 M. D. Wallace; 3 Gladview Gardens. Gard-ens. Salmon, single spike: 1, Mrs. L. N. Poulson, 2, Gladview, Gardens; 3, Whit Watts. Salmon '3 spikes: 1, M. D. Wallace; 2, Whit Watts; 3, Gladview Gardens. Gard-ens. Pink, single spike: lt"M-' D. Wallace; 2, 3, Gladview Gardens. Gard-ens. Baskets of Gladioli: 1, Mrs. L. N. Poulson; 2, Irene Turcsanski; Turcsan-ski; 3, Mrs. ; Luzon Crosby. Scarletsingle spike: 1, Mrs. L. N. Poulson; 2, Gladview Gardens; Gard-ens; 3, Whit Watts- Scarlet, 3 spikes: I, 2, Whit Watts; 3, Mrs. Vera Shepherd. Dark Red: 1, Mrs. Van Snow; 2, Gladview Gardens; 3, Mrs. L. N. Poulson. Purple, single spikef 1, 2, 3, Gladview Gardens. Smoky: 1, Irene Turcsanski; 2, Mrs. Edna O. Stevens; 3, M. D. Wallace. La vender: 1, Mrs. L. N. Poulson; Poul-son; 2, Paul Carroll; 3, M. D. Wallace. Lavendar, 3 spikes: 1, M. D. Wallace; 2, Gladview Gardens; 3, Whit Watts. Any other color: 1. Paul Carroll; 2, 3, Gladview Gardens. Baby Gladiolis: 1, 2. 3, Gladview Gardens. Other colors: 1, 2, Gladview Gardens. , Mrs, V. Emll Hansen has spent the past two weeks at Palo Alto, California, with her daughter daugh-ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Watklns. A baby son was bom to the Watklns on August 23. The new baby has one sister. ASSISTANT TO WARD CLERKS NAMED Under the direction of Sharon stake presidency, three new assistant as-sistant ward clerks were sustained sus-tained at recent meetings. John L. Duncan will assist E. H. Cal-der Cal-der of Vermont ward. President Presi-dent Taylor was in charge of this meeting. Elgin Oliphant will assist Le-land Le-land Black of Grand View ward. President J. Clayton Watts was present at this meeting. Joseph T. Blake will - assist Alton Morrill of Vineyard ward. President Walter R. Holdaway represented the stake presidency at this meeting. Dahlias: Large: 1, 2, 3, Mrs. Van Snow. Mammoth, informal decorative: 1, Mrs. L. N. Poulson; 2, Mrs. Luzon Crosby; 3, Mrs. L. N. Poulson. Formal: 1, Mrs. Luzon Crosby; 2, Mrs. Van Snow. Cac-tu Cac-tu svarlety: ,1, 2, Mrs. Luzon Crosby. Pompons: 1, Mrs. Luzon Crosby; 2, Mrs. Van Snow; 3, Mrs. Luzon Crosby. Cros-by. Arrangement: 1, Mrs. Luzon Crosby; 3, Maurine Harward. Dalphanium: 1, Mrs. Luzon Crosby; 2, Mrs. Glen S. Healy; 3, Mrs. Sharp Gillenple. , Cosmas: 1, Mrs, Edna O. Stevens; 2, Mrs. Sharp Gillespie; 3, Mrs. J. A. Pyne. Phlox: 1, Mrs. L. N. Poulson; 2, Mrs. Irene Turcsanski. President Melba P. Pyne announces an-nounces that 030 . articles of clothing for babies and children were received from the various wards in the drive which was sponsored by the Primary dur ins the summer months. , The drive included all types Miscellaneous: of rlofhing. shoes and stockings, First, Mrs. L. N. Poulsen; 1,1 and is to be sent to the needy Mrs. Arthur Shepherd; 2, Mrs. ' children of the European coun-Luzon coun-Luzon Crosby: 3. Mrs. Sharp tries. TrilomoBa: 2, Mrs. Joyce Harmon. Primary Union Meeting: Sunday "; ; . ."f t All officers and group leaders of the Primary organization are to meet in the first union meeting meet-ing of the season, Sunday at 2:30 at Sharon ward chapel. Melba Pyne. stake president, announces that each ward that is fully organized and has 100 percent of its officers and teachers teach-ers present at the meeting, will receive a subscription to the "Children's Friend", ... Response to Primary Welfare Drive Gratifying- i Gillespie. Petunas: Ruffled: 1, Mrs. Lorna Maycock; May-cock; 2, 3, Irene Turcsanki. Single: 1, Lona Jarman. Double Thanks and appreciation Is exnressed to the ward presidents nd their fine workers for the ne resDon.se. The oresidents re blanch Woodard. Edgemont: Liwile Hill. Pleasant View: 1, Orvilla Delange; 2, Milda v-Ha Rmmn n.n viJ A-aircn; 4, Aaa urossman. single bowl of ruffled Petunias: 1, Irene Turcsanki; !, Mrs. J. X. Pyne; 2, Mrs. Irene Turcsanki. Mixed: 1, Gladview Gardens; 2, Irene Turcsanki; 3. Milda Pat ten. . tIeo -Tohnson. T,k View; Ruth fie?, Vjnpvj-H; Thora Crawford. Craw-ford. Winder- Erijth Dke, Sharon: Zina Krcanbrack, Ver-ont: Ver-ont: r,niwta Tker. Geneva; Rnh Millett, Timpanogos wards.