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program Announced For Orem Community Fair I Following their meeting Tuesday evening, the fair board 'announces activities for the two day community fair, October 111 and 12, with tentative program as listed below. I All fruits and vegetables and other produce will be in Lace on Thursday evening or before 10 a.m. Friday morning, Wn judging will begin, 10 00 a.m me ten queens and the Orem Riding club will j give a riding exhibition on the s city park grounds. I 11-30 a.m. Dairy judging, 'chairman Keith Boyer asks that more entries be placed in the bred and graae aauy cat- li tie from this community. I Lunch at Jaycee refreshment I stands. m. Horse pulling contests ' with three divisions, ugm weight, miaoie weiBiiv heavy weight, with cash prizes of $50, $30, ano u. fcinraDAY EVENTS as on Friday, the exhibits will Ipe free and open to the public from iu:uu a.m. iu v p.iu. The queens will be featured in a parade at 1:30. 2:00 p.m. Ladies cow milking milk-ing contest with nylons for prizes. 2:30 p.m. Rodeo. Chairman Boyer requests that any person having questions or suggestions regarding the fair, he will be glad to receive same. Call him at 0101R4. Be sure and save your choice fruits and vegetables for the display at the COMMUNITY FAIR, Oct. 11 and 12th- New Bishop Alfred Madsen Counselor Karl W. Johnson Counselor " . . " W-'X V, I 1 H 1 I v j 1 n ! ')- : J ) j w Karl R. Taylor . NEW BISHOPRIC IN LAKE VIEW WARD Alfred J. Madsen was sus- tained as bishop of Lake View war(j Sunday evening at the ward conference, which was conducted by president rienry D. Taylor of Sharon stake. Karl W. Johnson and Karl R. Taylor were sustained first and second counselors, with Joseph LeRoy Nelson ward clerk, Weldon J. Taylor is the retiring re-tiring bishop, with Mr. Madsen serving as his first counselor and Robert J. Olsen,' second counselor and Clarence J. Zo-bell Zo-bell ward clerk. J. Clayton Watts, Walter R. Holdaway, John R. Naylor, stake clerk, and C. M. Wentz of the high council, were present at the reorganiation.z Bishop Madsen is a native of Lake View, the son of Charles and the late Roxie Madsen, and is a successful dairyman and celery grower. He has been active in all auxiliary organizations organiza-tions of the church, being especially espec-ially interested in scouting. Hir wife is the former Verda Carter and they have four children. Karl W. Johnson and family moved to Lake View from Pro-vo Pro-vo Second ward three years ago and now operates a dairy farm. He is the son of Brigham Johnson. John-son. He has been supervisor of the deacons of the ward and was recently sustained as a president in the Seventy quorum. quor-um. His wife is the former Cleo Clinger and they have three children. chil-dren. Karl R. Taylor .second counselor, coun-selor, also a native of Lake View, a son of the late William Joseph Taylor. He has followed farming farm-ing and has served on the ward missionary ' c6mmittee in the past. His wife is the former Margaret Reese and they have three children- Joseph LeRoy Nelson, is a native of Lake View, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nelson. He recently returned from two and a half years in army service, two years of which was spent overseas, was active in YMMIA work and served as secretary ' to the M-Men's organization before be-fore going into service. He ir employed at Sears store in Pro-vo, Pro-vo, is married to the former Maurine Boulton and they have one child. A baby boy was born to v"ern-on v"ern-on E. and Helen Rohbock Mitchell, Mitch-ell, Saturday at Utah Valley hospital. Ren C. and Margaret Wilkinson Wilkin-son Green are proud parents of a baby boy, born Thursday at Utah Valley hospital. MIA Opening Social In Grand View Ward Tuesday evening, September 24, at 8:30 p.m. has been set for the opening social for the Mu-tuals Mu-tuals in Grand View ward-Dancing ward-Dancing will be enjoyed, with dance mixers and prizes to be awarded. Howard Nelson's or chestra will furnish the music, according to Floyd Johnson, president of the YMMIA, who will be in charge. He extends an invitation to all members of the ward over mutual age to be present. Regular classwork will begin Tuesday evening October 1. Wedding Date Set By Popular Couple Mr. and Mr. Raymond Harding Hard-ing of Vineyard, announce the engagement of their daughter, Cleo, and Ornal Roper, son of Mrs. Ross Roper of Vernal. Plans for the wedding on September Sep-tember 25 in the Salt Lake tem- pie ,are being made, with a retention re-tention to follow in the Lake View recreation hall that same evening. ' Miss Harding is a graduate of Lincoln high school and Sharon Shar-on stake seminary. She .has attended BYU for the past two years, where she was a member of the Fidelas social unit. Mr. Roper has spent the past three years in military service, two years being spent overseas. 0xtm -toito OREM - THE STEEL CENTER OE THE AV KST Volume 14 Number 37 FIRE CONTROL PROBLEM STUDIED Declaring a definite fire haz ard exists which cannot be controlled con-trolled by the present inadequate inade-quate fire fighting set-up, Mayor May-or J. W. Gillman and council members have voted to do everything within their power to obtain a fire department for ,Orem by the first of tne ywar. Mayor Gillman and other council members visited in Pay-son Pay-son during the week to look over new equipment recently purchased pur-chased by that city. They have also visited at other cities in the state, trying to determine the best equipment for their own needs. At present the only protection protec-tion against fire provided is the services of Provo and Pleasant Grove fire departments. NEW ROADS PLANNED FOR PLEASANT VIEW A seven man neighborhood council composed of Clarence Ashton, George Ashby, George Johnson, Antone GJeason, Ed Stein, Bliss AUred and Stan Roberts, has been organized in Pleasant View to work toward a possible road plan for future. developments. The general area represented ; Provo Canyon road and south of the Rock Canyon roaa. At a recent meeting of the group it was decided to study the matter j of working out a road development develop-ment plan, and to take advantage advan-tage of facilities offered by the county planning office. ACCIDENT CAUSES $5,075 DAMAGE SUIT Seeking a total of $5,075-00. Reese J. Williams filed suit in ' the district court Saturday I against Katie Nielsen, charging he was damaged to this extent as the result of an accident July 21, 1945, in front of the bcera theater. He seeks $1,075 for loss of work and medical expenses, and $4,000 for general damages and permanent disability. He alleges he was struck by the defendant's car as he was crossing the street in front of Scera theater, and asserted the defendant was traveling "in excess of 50 miles per hour". He suffered fracture of both legs, one of which resulted re-sulted in , a permanent injury. Mr. Williams states he lost four months work and was only able to work part time for five more months. Vertyla Club At Rowley Home Vertyia club members were entertained Friday evening by Mrs. David Rowley, Jr., at the home of her mother, Mrs. Albert Rowley. Mrs. Herman Richards reviewed the book We Took to the Woods". Luncheon was served those named and Mrs. Carl Rowley, Mrs. Reed Hacking, Mrs Joseph Rowley, Mrs. Howard Farn-worth, Farn-worth, Mrs. Arnold Burming- ham, Mrs- Wendall Nielson, Mrs Franriton Collins. Mr Alvin T; t" w , . . s ir mrr. wnanes r.onDOCK ana ivirs. Moroni Jensen. Br 'dge Luncheon Hcnors Visitor i that thes Marine Corps enlist-PTrs. enlist-PTrs. W. G Ye-nnsen enter- r.cnts will be extended to 3 tair-d at a bridge-luncheon at i and 4 years after October 1st. her home Wednesday, honoring . The present 2 year enlistment Mrs. Ruth Vine Tyler of Mur ray. Fall flowers were used in artistic manner. Others enjoying enjoy-ing the affair were Mrs. J. Erval Christensen, Mrs. Stephen No-vokavich No-vokavich and Mrs. Donald Dixon. Dix-on. R. S. Teachers' Social At Sharon Ward The September social ot all Relief society visiting teachers of Sharon ward will be held Tuesday, September 24, at 2:00 o'clock in the ward chapel. New visiting districts will be assigned assign-ed and it is important that all teachers be present. A stake board member will be present and speak. Refresh-1 View ward recreation hall, Fri-ments Fri-ments will be served. day evening, October 4. . Reelected If r I I ) I I - Sharp C. Gillespie, Scera Board member from Edgemont district relected for three year term. John B. Stratton, of Grand View district, relected for three year term. A. P. Warnick, who has served as president of the Scera Board, reelected to the board for three years as representative represen-tative from the community at large. Relief Society Union Meeting Sunday All stake and ward officers and classleaders of the Relief society will meet Sunday at Timpanogos ward chapel in their monthly union meeting. A standing roll call will be made and secretaries are asked to report re-port number of visits made by visiting teachers during month. departmental worK will be car I ncu on- Marine Enlistments Extended Word has been received today will still be in effect for any one enlisting in the Corps before the 1st of next month. Young men who are interested are further reminded that the G.I. Bill of Rights will also expire ex-pire October 6, 1946. Parents Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hill of ; Pleasant View announce the en gagement of their daughter. Joy to Garth E. Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elden Adams of Orem. Their wedding date has been set for Thursday, October 3, in the Salt Lake temple, with a l reception to follow in Pleasant LALJl &. m mi n i Scera Board Members Reelected - -v At the annual meeting of i Sharon's Cooperative Educational Education-al Recreational Association, held Monday evening at Sharon stake seminary, the three board members mem-bers whose terms had expired were reelected for a three year period. They are, Sharp C. Gillespie Gil-lespie of Edgemont district; John B. Stratton, of Grand View ' district and A. P. Warnlck, from the community at large. . Orson Prestwich, vice president presi-dent of the Scera board, con ducted the meeting, the financial finan-cial report was given by Clorene 'Lamb, secretary and treasurer, snowing tne association to De in a fine condition. Manager Victor Vic-tor C. Anderson also made a brief report. EDGEMONT WARD MUTUALS OPEN President Royal Hunter announces an-nounces a swimming party has IIM-tll HMli.v- -. " ning for the ward over Mutual ' age. Members will assemble at the church at 6 o'clock, when cars will be ready to take them to; Luke's hot-pots in Midway. All are asked to bring a basket lunch. Watermelon will be furnished by the ward for de sert. Regular lesson work will begin be-gin Tuesday, October 1, and a special invitation is extended all to attend. ew Classleaders In Pleasant View R. S. t FA "Dollar Day" social was enjoyed by women of Pleasant I View ward Tuesday, with sub-Iscription sub-Iscription for the Relief Society 1 inagazine, being taken. New of-! of-! ficers were intrbduceoT arid a l preview of the lessons for the , coming season were given. ' The classleaders will be as follows: Laura Perry, theology; Louise Trotter, visiting teachers; teach-ers; Mamie Davis, literary; Ella Muhlestein, social science; and Melba Cluff, sewing course for young mothers and all members interested. Regular lesson work will begin, be-gin, Tuesday, Oct. 1, and President Presi-dent Edna Hansen invites all ladies of the ward to plan to be present. Big Exhibit of Local FFA AT State Fair Lincoln Future Farmers have seventy-five exhibits at the Utah State Fair. Included in these are grain, corn, potatoes, to- matoes, sugar beets, apples pears, peaches and plums. Ac cording to the, state director of vocational agriculture this is the largest exhibit of any one chapter in Utah. TheF.F.A. is also preparing for the Orem Community Fair. The chapter is making boxes for exhibits of fruit and crops. It is in charge of preparations for the dairy department of the show. CAUTION! Provo Officers Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out! A committee from the Orem Chamber of Commerce, while attending a committee meeting meet-ing in Provo. this week, were given parking tickets. In as much as Orem citizens spend most of their money in Provo it would appear that they could receive more consideration. consider-ation. Perhaps ii will encourage them to spend their money at home. Chamber of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Glazier and family of Keetley nave spent several days this week with Mrs. Glazier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Penrod. They came to attend the birthday party honoring Mrs. Penrod given by her daughter, Mrs. Albert Al-bert Conrad, Saturday evening at the Conrad home. Covers were laid for 24, and pretty floral decorations were used. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1946 Testimonial To Honor Mr. and Mrs. Axel Andreasen Lni and Axel Andrasn Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Axel Andreasen, who leave Monday for the mission home in Salt Lake City, John E. Lewis, chair man of the missionary commit tee of Timpanogos ward an nounces the following program to be given Sunday evening at 7:30 in the ward chapel. Bishop William Norman of Provo. Mr. Christensen, former missionary compuanion of Mr. Andreasen, of Salt .ake City. President Walter. R. Hold away and Bishop Philo T. Ed wards will be the speakers, and remarks by both Mr. and Mrs. Andreasen. The Jensen Brothers will furnish music and Hugo Christensen Chris-tensen of Provo will sing Danish songs. A special invitation is given Vineyard ward members and other friends of the Andreasen's to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Andreasen will enter the mission home in Salt Lake City, September 23, and are scheduled to sail from New York City, October 4 on the famed mercy vsh?p, SS Grips-holm. Grips-holm. They plan to be away about two and a half years. Both these fine people have been active in the LDS churcn, Mr. Andreasen having served one mission to the land of his birth in 1900-02. Mrs. Andreasen has been active ac-tive as a teacher in the various "auxiliary" 'organizations She was a classleader in the Sharon Stake Relief society for more than ten years. Mr. Andreasen came to Utah from Denmark in 1889, when but a lad of 15 years. He served as ward clerk in Vineyard ward for 15 years and also for 11 years as Sharon stake clerk. He and his wife were members of the Vineyard ward missionary committee for nearly twenty years, with Mr. Andreasen acting as chairman. The Andrea sens' made their home in Vine yard, where they owned a farm, until the influx of ,Geneva Steel plant, when their home was moved to Timpanogos ward, where they " have lived since , that time. The two sons of the Andrea- sens' Juel and Karl, now residing resid-ing in Los Angeles, have also served missions in Denmark. Orem Literary Club At Canyon Home Members of Orem Literary club were guests of Mrs. Elvis B. Terry at her summer home at Wildwood, Provo Canyon, Thursday Thurs-day afternoon at their opening meeting of the season. Autumn leaves and fall flowers were used attractively in the decorations decora-tions for the luncheon tables and about the rooms. Following luncheon a social time was enjoyed, with Mrs. J. G. Stratton, president presiding. Mrs- L. B. Bennett was a guest. Club members are as follows: Mrs. Stratton, Mrs. Thomas Cordner, Mrs. Boyd Davis, Mrs. J. Erval Christensen, Mrs. Dean Park. Mrs. John Park, Mrs. Clifton Clif-ton T. Pyne. Mrs. J. D. Pyne, Mrs. A. V. Washburn, Mrs. Thomas Jacob. Mrs. Rav Park Mrs. Curtis Gordon. Mrs. Roy Park. Mrs. E H. Calder, Mrs. Harold Calder. Mrs. Ada Skinner Skin-ner and Mrs. Mayme Welis. Ldv Lions At Dinner Meet Orem Lady Lions will meet Thursday evening, September 26. at Parks Cafe at 8 p.m. Prof. M. Wilford Poulson, of BYU. who has recently returned return-ed from several months tour of Euro'jfean cities with twenty-four twenty-four emminent educators of the United States, will be the speaker. speak-er. ' Mrs. J. W. Gillman is general chairman of the affair. HENRY FALKNER LEAVES OREM Wji.itWMyiflWW(li!tB) if , ksmj - - I " ' . 1 mi ! ; fx nf i i & K v;s, a 0 , ? n n ' - .4 Xv i 1 $ ' ' 1 LL Henry Falkner Henry Falkner ,who has oeen a resident oi urem lor tne past several years, has accepted a position with Westinghouse Electric Elec-tric Company with headquarters in Salt Lake City, and he and his family will be leaving for that city to make their home. Mr. Falkner has been affiliated with Utah Power & Light Com pany during his residence here. He has been a tireless worker in civic affairs of the commun ity, serving on Scera board, is past president of the Orem Lions Club and he has served as chairman chair-man in several wartime drives. He will be greatly missed in the community and best wishes for his success are extended. On Thursday evening the Lions Club honored him, pre senting a gold Lions ring to him in appreciation. President James Norton was in charge of the meeting, and past president J. W, Gillman spoke, relating the many fine efforts of Mr. Falkner in civic projects. : SUNDAY SERVICES Stake presidency will meet at Seminary building at 10 a.m. High council will meet with stake presidency at 10:30 a.m. High Priests quorum meeting will be held in the Seminary at 2 p m. Seventy Meet Bishop's council meeting and stake "presidency will - meet at 3 o'clock. Relief Society Union meeting at 2 o'clock in Timpanogos ward chapel. 123rd quorum of Seventy at Seminary building at 2 o'clock. BAPTISM for all wards of Sharon stake will be held at 3:45 p.m. at Utah Stake Administration Admin-istration building, 1st North, 1st West, Provo, with the Grand View' ward bishopric in charge. Recommends must be secured from your bishop before apply-! ing for baptism. Edgemont Ward: Aaron Mendenhall of Maple-ton Maple-ton will be the speaker at 7:30 P. : Pleasant View Ward: The entire program will be presented by members of the T. O. AUred family, newcomers in the ward. Meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. Sharon Ward Sacrament meeting at 7:30. Reorganization of the ward Re lief society under the direction of the ward boshopric Vineyard Ward: Wm. A. Moody of Salt Lake City, former president ot tne Samoan mission and active in LDS church activities in Utah, will be the speaker at 7:30 p.m. Vermont Ward The MIA officers will be in charge of the program at 5 p m. Windsor Ward Meeting will be under the di rection of the bishopric at 8:00 p.m. Timpanogos Ward Missionary testimonial hon oring Mr. and Mrs. Axel Andrea sen at 7:30 p.m. Lake View Ward Sacrament meeting will con vene at 7:30 o'clock, with Bishop Bish-op Alfred J. Madsen in charge. Seventy's of 123rd Quorum to Meet Lawrence Palmer announces a meeting of the 123rd quorum of Seventy. Sunday at the Seminary Semi-nary building at 2 p.m.. A guest speaker will be present and a special missionary theme will be carried out and quorum problems prob-lems discussed. A full attend- nnot nf minmm momWe le rio. 'sired. ALL STARS TIP VINEYARD 14 TO 7 ' A group of players picked from the rest of the men's league defeated the champion Vineyard Vine-yard nine last Thursday to the tune of 14 to 7. Playing before a large crowd of rooters the all stars packed too much TNT in their bats for the champions to cope with. , The stars exploded for six runs in the first inning and were never headed after that. Vineyard came to life in the fourth inning to score six runs and make the score read 9 to 6 for the all stars but that was all they got for the evening as Jess Beagley, Jr., took his turn on the mound and allowed the Vineyardites just two hits for the rest of the game. Johny Pino led the winners' attack with three for four, two of them being doubles. Bruce Bliss and Virgil Cook each poled out home runs to aid the all stars cause. Jack Shumway and Leland Wells hit homers for the Vine-: vard nine. Wells hit his when the bases were loaded in the fourth inning. That was the last chance for the Vineyard rooters to cheer as Beagley, Jr. shut them out the rest of the way. APPRECIATE LIGHTED FIELD . All players were unanimous in their appreciation for the lighted park. It has made possible pos-sible greater participation by older men who would otherwise mtes the games played in the afternoon. Spectators have also voiced their approval and appreciation of the activity that has provided them with many hours of recreation. recre-ation. Parlell Peterson, recreation director, takes this opportunity to thank all those who have cooperated co-operated in making the summer recreation a success. , , He also congratulates all teams that have participated in the various leagues this summer. sum-mer. The ward leaders who have spent many hours of time are commended highly for their efforts. THE LINE UP All Stars. AB H W Kalker, R.F. K. Fielding, L F. Bliss, 3rd Swenson, 1st . Pino, 2nd 1 4 5 3 4 F. Stratton, C.F. 4 Patten, S.S. 4 Jarman, C. 2 Cook, P., R.F. ' 4 Beagley, Jr., P. ,2 Beagley, Sr., C. 2 V. 'Stratton, 1st 2 V. Christensen, 2nd 0 r o 2.0 Totals Vineyard 37 12 2 14 AB H W 1 0 0 1 0HB2 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 8 4 7 Testimonial for Former Sharon Resident Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wolf-gramm Wolf-gramm will be honored Monday .evening at the 21st ward LDS chapel in Salt Lake City, corner First Avenue and K Street, prior to their leaving for a mission to the Tongan Islands. Mr. Wolfgramm is well known here, having attended the BYU before entering army service. He made his home with Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Laudie. Children's Books Discussed at Orem Women's Club Orem Women's club members met at Scera lounge Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. W. G. Yergensen in charge of the program. pro-gram. ' Mrs. Ruth Vine Tyler of Murray, Mur-ray, state chairman of education for the Utah State Federation of Women's clubs, gave a illustrated il-lustrated lecture on current books for children. .. The flag salute was given by Mrs. Frank Woffinden and Mrs. Donald Dixon read the litany. Hostesses for the charming affair were Mrs. Frank Woffinden Woffin-den and Mrs. Hugh Vern Wentz. To Visit Sister In San Francisco Mrs. Ada Skinner left Thurs day for San Francisco, Cali fornia, where she will visit with her sister, Mrs. Delia Smith. She was accomDanied by her daughter, Miss Mary Jean Skin ner, ; who is employed in the medical division at thp Uni- Minor, L.F. 3 A. Shumway, C. 4 F. Clegg, 1st 4 Wells, C.F. 4 D. Shumway, P..L.F. 4 Madsen, S.S. 4 Mills, R.F., P. 4 D. Clegg, 2nd 1 Sumsion, 2nd 3 Allin, R.F. - 1 Totals 36 vesity of Utah in Salt Lake City.