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OREM-GENEVA TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 PLANTS ready now by mail. . . DELPHINIUM COLUMBINE SNAPDRAGONS PAINTED DAISIES ENGLISH DAISIES PANSIES Frost Proof CABBAGE plants ROY BRADFORD Spanish Fork, Utah I Will Subdivide and Sell Your Farm For You ! Act Now while prices are good See BILL BAKER REALTY COMPANY 558 So. State St. OREM All Makes Typewriters and Adding Machines Repaired & Reconditioned We Call and Deliver Estimates Free ' Prices Reasonable 20 YEARS SERVICE IN PROVO PROVO TYPEWRITER SERVICE 52 North 4th West PETER J. WIPF Phone 69J or W Electrical Contracting AND SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY We Are Bidding Complete Jobs! Geneva Supply Co. I OREM Phone 056R3 con TWO-YEAR OLD Field Grown Roses Guaranteed to Bloom This Year! Flowering Shrubs Pink Almonds Rosa Acacia Bridle Wreath Shade Trees Norway Maple Silver Maple Chinese Elm DRIVE OUT and Select your EVERGREENS Here IH i!lfc BEET GROWERS, ATTENTION ! BBEET GROWERS Beet growers of Utah and Idaho are advised, in a letteV mailed Tuesday by Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, to re-examine their contracts in the light of a bill which was signed Monday by President Truman to decontrol decon-trol sugar on October 31, 1947. The passage of this act, the letter let-ter points out, will mean that substantially all the sugar from 1947 beets will be sold without ration or price restrictions, giving giv-ing growers additional profit possibilities in case sugar advances ad-vances in price following decontrol decon-trol next October 31. The letter also points out that while nothing can reduce the price of 1947 beets, except lower-than-average sugar content, con-tent, a number of things can now happen that might substantially sub-stantially increase the price of beets this year. To quote from the letter: "Just how much, if any, sugar su-gar may go up in price cannot be foreseen. This information Is presented merely in further explanation ex-planation of your beet contract . . . and not in any way as a prediction of things to come "Your company would not like to see sugar prices advance GRAY REALTY COMPANY 196 West Center Phone 370 Provo, Utah See Us Before You lUY I URN ORROW McIFF'S Painting - Papering 40 Years Experience 45c ROLL Phone 066-R3 Orem RABBITS WANTED 3 to 5 pounds. Vernon H. Younger, Youn-ger, 1008 E. Center Street, Provo, Utah. Phone 1751. ShaaaBBaMiaasaaai :::::::::::::::::::::::;:::.:: : !:::: r 1 Sprang S p ECJALS Special lot Men's Fancy Half Sox 35c, 3 pair $1.00 Boys Knit Shorts 39c Men's Fancy Knit POLO SHIRTS $1.98 Men's White DRESS SHIRTS $3.98 MEN'S DRESS HATS $2.00 Men's and Boys "LEE RIDERS" Waist Overalls $2.19 $3.50 BASEBALL CAPS 49c 69c 98c Men's and Boys' White T-SHIRTS 79c Ladies' House DRESSES $1.98 Men's Helmets 79c and $1.49 COVERALLS Men's Olive Drab $4.49 Children's Rayon PANTIES 35c 3 for $1.00 M i Fkte tars 368 West Center St. Provo unduly, because any undue advance ad-vance would hurt all of us in the long run; but some substantial sub-stantial increase over present levels is not unreasonable or unlikely." Choosing Good Tools For the Home Gardens "Good tools' help make gardening gar-dening easy, so select them with care," E. Milton Anderson, Utah State Agricultural College extension horticulturist, advised advis-ed Utah gardeners today. Garden specialists of the U-S. U-S. Department of Agriculture say that it is better to have a few, simple, lightweight, but substantial tools, than to biy many pieces of poorly designed equipment made of cheap o low grade materials, he reported. report-ed. Work in a small garden calls for a shovel or spading fork with a long handle, a steel bow rake, a seven-inch commflrf hoe with socket handle fitting, a strong cord for laying off rows, and enough garcren nose to reach all parts of the plot. In transplanting, a trowel is useful but not essential. If the soil is properly prepared plants can be set out more easily with the hands alone than with a trowel. In a garden larger than 2,000 square feet, the home gardener will find a sturdy wheel hoe worthwhile. It can be used for most work done with a common hoe and with much less effort. The single wheel type is prob- ably the easiest to handle although al-though some gardeners prefer other useful styles. Tools will last longer and do better work if they are kept clean and bright. After each use they should be thoroughly cleaned and wiped with an oiled oil-ed rag to prevent rusting. Hand hoes as well as wheeled implements imple-ments should be kept sharp for doing good work with little effort. DR. E. MANSFIELD Chiropractor and Naturopathic Physician 75 E. Center Street PROVO. UTAH FOR SALE BY OWNER Lovely Home 2 acres of ground, modern coops for 1200 layers, driving distance dis-tance of Steel Plant. For appointment to see, call 068 J3, Provo. Have Your .... LAWN MOWERS AND SAWS Sharpened and Repaired the Modern Way Carter's New Geneva Highway - Orem Phone 06-J1 Utah County Mattress Factory COMPLETE MATTRESS and BATT SERVICE Only Factory In Utah County We are not represented by any transient mattress workers, but will call for and deliver without with-out extra charge. JUST PHONE 345 Or drop us a card 661 West 2nd North PROVO UTAH TAILORING Ladies' and Gentlemen's FINE TAILORING Both SUITS and COATS at $25 up REPAIRING ALTERING REMODELING See , MITCHELL 491 South 2nd West Provo KELSGH'S I COMPLETE SHOE FOOT SERVICE 156 West Center Telephone 707 AT BOOTERIE Provo, Utah Syndicate Features Utah's Writings The "written word" of Richard L. Evans, tabernacle choir broadcast commentator, Improvement Era editor, and author, is now being featured by King Features Syndicate which distributes to every major ma-jor newspaper in , the United States. "The Authority of Print" is the title of a full page article used March 30, by the Los Angeles Examiner. The gist of the Evans article is contained in the following paragraphs: "In defending a statement that is questioned or challenged, challeng-ed, frequently someone will be heard to say: 'I read it in a book' (as though this were a final and unanswerable defense). de-fense). "Sometimes it would seem that one of the most appropriate appropri-ate replies to this (if not the most polite) would be the inelegant in-elegant phrase: So what!' "The books of men are no more infallible than men. "An error is an error even in a book! " .... a lie from the lips of a man may travel far and fast but it may be forgotten when breath fails or memory fades, but a printed lie enjoys a kind of infamous immortality. " . . . what is written is written writ-ten but if what is written Is not true, writing doesn't nviite it so." "Better 'Farming Electrically" Being ShownByU.P.&L. Visualizing the advantages of "Better Farming Electrically", an interesting and effective method of exhibiting various uses of electricity on the farm is being prepared by the Utah Power & Light Company for display at county fairs, stock shows, etc. in several towns throughout its territory in Utab and Idaho, in the near future. The exhibit comprises a large tent, inside of which will be shown, in a'cfudl operation, a number of various types of electrical elec-trical farm equipment furnished furnish-ed by local dealers, such as milking machines, pumps, water wat-er warmers, cream separators, milk coolers, poultry brooders, pig brooders, welders, soil heaters, heat-ers, sterilizing equipment tot dairy and other uses, home freezers, battery chargers, paint sprayers, hay hoists, portable motors, churns, feed choppers, running water systems, sterl-lamps, sterl-lamps, and many other items. In addition there will be shown a complete electiric kitchen, kit-chen, with ideas for "Better Living Electrically" in the farm home. The showing of this complete exhibit will begin the witter part of April and continue during dur-ing the summer and fall at locations which will be scheduled sche-duled in accordance with dates of fairs and shows that can be reached. WANTED Women Workers. General Dry Goods Company, 149 N. 1st West. Provo. has openings for sewing machine operators. 8 a. m., to 5 p. m. 5 day week. Good pay. Excellent Excel-lent working conditions. To Honor Utah Explorer A movement has been started start-ed by The Colorado River-man's River-man's club, to erect a monument monu-ment to three men who were killed by Indians in Utah in 1869 as they attempted to nake their way from Lee's erry, Arizona to Kanab, Utah. The men deserted the famous John W. Powell river expedition expedi-tion when it finally reached Lee's Ferry. They were Seneca Howland, O. G. Howland, and William H Dunn Any informa-ion informa-ion regarding these men or any ontact from their relatives vill be appreciated by Harry leson, Johnston Hotel, Richfield, Rich-field, Utah. New Shoe Shop OREM SHOE REPAIRING Open For Business Shoes Neatly Repaired While You Wait Located North State in Orem by Prestwich Lumber Company LESTER RIDING. Prop. OREM RADIO SHOP Formerly Ellsworth Radio Shop, is now under new management and invites the general public to their place of business to look over their new radios, in all makes, or call them for First Class Radio Repairs The shop, located in Johnson's Orem Cash Market building is open every afternoon from 1 till 8 p.m. Phone 782 if you wish your radio picked up for guaranteed repairs ::::::::u;;::u::::s:n::::::u:n::::su:::M'!ss:n:::::uu:i:Rsas:nssasa::s:nK::s:u We are pleased to .inform our many customers that we are now in our -New and Commodious quarters, located lo-cated about 2ls blocks South of the Orem Ciiy Hall. Our forty years experience in; the paint and wallpaper business enables us to render valuable? service to you. ' Let us give you the benefit of our experience when you want to PAINT, CLEAN, PAPER, Etc. We invite you to visit our lovely new store -11 both our old customers and new friends. II Orem Paint and Wallpaper V. EMIL HANSEN, Manager. km MUSCLE POWER IS EXPENSIVE NOW But Electric Power is Economical ! Just as tractors and modern farm machinery machin-ery have replaced muscle power in the field, electrical equipment is replacing muscle power in the farm home and yard doing more work in less time at less cost. There are more than 200 jobs that "electric "elec-tric farm hands" can do and they're doing more every day as more new electric elec-tric equipment becomes available. BUY FROM YOUR ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT DEALER A UTAH fOWEt A UOHi CO. MESSAGE . ( Sister seems to like that guy, y Bet I know the reason why,,,. ' ' ' ' - His way with gals is pjretty stick, He knows Glade's candy turns the hick! , m r m m r if if tAC CI0C91IUS 1 A till! CIHII e0MM Sll MM CUT. ITU 1 i Wmm- mr xwx rh if"