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tHURSDAPRILJ, 1951 OREM-GENEVA TIMES r Broiler litest Set by Poultry J than 100 prospective poultry producers, both irg airls, in various sect-- sect-- f he state, are participat-rf.5Snior participat-rf.5Snior Broiler" project jiSSed by the Utah a'nd Farmers Coopcrat-t1.? Coopcrat-t1.? conjunction with the ;-'In-of Tomorrow Contest. le junior Broiler program J set up under the duect-5 duect-5 f Dr Lawrence Morris, di-T di-T r of produced relations for f Poultry. The organization nniHin" many of the boys if as well as with feed, "e required. The young pro-rs pro-rs will house, feed and care 'the birds for about 11 lie At the end of that time 1 dressed and live birds will entered in a state contest and I s 'mm be awarded the win- r by Utah Poultry. ke broiler project is being tcted by Woodrow Jenkins, tension Poultryman at the i state Agricultural College j state chairman of the Chick-if-Tomorrow Contest. Entries the broiler competition have tn nominated by the Future riiers of America, the 4-H L and schools. The Women's iiiiary of the Utah Poultry j Farmers Cooperative will t in the directing of the ? liiram. jU the end of the contest, each the competing Doys ana gins Jl submit a story or report of j) words or less on their activ-;s. activ-;s. Prizes will be awarded led on the report and the re-Its re-Its obtained. Jhe broilers will be sold at I end of the contest and mon- advanced for the project by lh Poultry and Farmers Co-trative Co-trative will be repaid. All tfits, of course, will go to the Hing producers. It's a novel scheme to give ture produrers a chance to get jrted on their own. The pro-et pro-et has been enthusiastically neived and will be expanded year. A similar program in Jsing turkeys also will be irted shortly, according to Dr. arris. Planting Urged By Nurserymen Utah home owners and businessmen bus-inessmen will be activated during dur-ing the week of April 8 to 14 to make Utah more beautiful through the planting of public and private gardens. "Plant Utah Week" as part of a nation wide "Plant America" program is being sponsored througnout te state by the Utah Association of Nurserymen and the Utah Associated Garden Clubs. Civic betterment clubs in many cities and towns also are co-operating very enthusiastically. Benefits which will be cumulative from year, to year include better living, liv-ing, better business, healthful recreation and higher property values. Business houses in towns and citie where highway and park beautification projects have been completed have experienced experienc-ed steady business increases according ac-cording to Committee members Karsten Hansen, Calvin Boswell, and Douglas Walton, representing represent-ing the Utah Association of Nurserymen. Nur-serymen. cafes, hotels and motels has proved to be particularly valuable valu-able in towns depending on the summer tourist trade. Garden club officers in every district are urging their members mem-bers and all other citizens to participate in this civic improve-men improve-men program to plant their towns to help plant Utah. Garden Gar-den and nursery experts agreed that early plantings grow best and urged that all planting pro jects be started during "Plant Utah Week" and completed at the earliest possible date. WINDSOR Alfred Keetch is reported be improving from an illness Jich has lasted for several Snths. Rulon S. Rappley, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Rappley of Orem and husband of Mrs Dorothy T. Rappley of Enterprise, is serving aboard the ammunition ship USS Paricutin which is carrying ammunition to forces On the battle-line in Korea. Rappley, who was ordered order-ed back to active military serv-ive serv-ive July 19, 1950, first entered the Naval service March 18, 1942. Before entering the Navy, he was graduated from Lincoln high school. j Conducted by Blanche Nielson Windsor residents are invited to call 0689-R3 with personal items and other oth-er news. Mis. Nielson Blanche Nielson has been confined to her bed for the past two weeks. Oreen Walker, Jennie Jen-nie Harris and Dorothy Johnson John-son spent Wednesday at the Nielson home visiting and helping help-ing out. Presidents of the newly organized organ-ized ward auxiliaries were the jpeakcrs at sacrament meeting. New Primary teachers are Betty Hooley, Vera Cullimore and Ruth Billings. i Chosen to work in the Relief j Society are Olive Stark, secretary; secret-ary; Joyce Loveridge, organist; Hortense Kirk, theology leader; Rosa Baxter, work and business; Lola Fowlke, literature; Sylvia M o r 1 e y, science; Margaret Wright, teachers topic; and Florence Flo-rence Richardson, magazine a-gent. a-gent. New YMMIA officers are Har-ley Har-ley Gillman, president; Keith Johnson, first counselor; LaVell Swenson, second counselor; Mahlon Dittmore, secretary; Lynn Gray, Scoutmaster; and Grant Omer, activity leader. New Y WMIA officers -- are Mary Rowley, president; Helen Cheney, first counselor; Marlyn Hreinson, second counselor; Ila Young, secretary; Joyce Loveridge, Lover-idge, organist; Nona Gillman and Donna Shoell, Beekeepers; Zora Hansen, Junior Gleaners; Inez Marshbanks. chorister: Cleo I Kirk, attendance secretary; and Mr. and Mrs- Don Holdaway, dance directors. The cast of the MIA play motored to Bluffdale Monday evening to present "Susie Shoots The Works". Hollis Walker Jeanine Willett, Lorraine Ruth-ton, Ruth-ton, Donna Vee Hanson and Audrey Baxter entertained with a special act. Veta Louder will continue as superintendent of the Junior Sunday School, with Oreen Walker, Wal-ker, assistant; Janet Walker organist; or-ganist; Jennine Willett, assistant assist-ant organist; Nadine Hales, chor' ister; Marilyn Crawford, secretary; secret-ary; Rosa Baxter, Carol Walker' Enid Johnson, Maurine Nerdin; Emma Gillman, Alice Hunt and Glenna Johnson, teachers. Adult Aaronic priesthood ad- OPS Men Begin Survey A state-wide check Is now underway un-derway by the Office of Price Stabilization of all manufacturers manufactur-ers and wholesalers in the Utah area, according to Delbert M. Draper, district OPS director. Objectives of the survey are to determine if manufacturers and wholesalers are keeping a record of their ceiling prices as required by the general price ceiling regulation, and to determine deter-mine whether or not these firms are observing price ceilings. The check will eventually cover firms throughout the state with particular emphasis on manufacturers and wholesalers in the smaller Utah communities. communit-ies. Wilfull violators of OPS regulations regu-lations are subject to a $10,000 fine or a year in jail or both. Directing the survey is Elmer W. Pratt, district enforcement officer for the OPS. ri i SHARON For her dancing hours the I'd Maid of Cotton, lirown-cvcd Jeunnine Ilolhtnd of Houston, Texas, Tex-as, twirls in B sheer, delicate formal of pale lilue point d'esprit. This is one of the plamoroiu costumes in the around-the-clock wardrobe created for the cotton fashion am-bawadresa am-bawadresa to wear on her tour of the tinted Slates, England, France, and Latin America, The Maid's fabulous fab-ulous wardrobe contains beautiful cottons for every occasion and everjr teuton. MOST TEMPTING LIPS . . . Irish Constance Smith, now filming film-ing movies In Hollywood, has been acclaimed girl with "most tempting lips in America" by cosmetologists. Mrs. Carrie Kirk and Emma Em-ma Kirk were the dinner guests of Mrs. Lottie W. Harris on Sunday. visors are LeGrand Jarman Earl Johnson and Floyd Cook Jr. Advisors for other Aaronic quorums are John Wright-Priests; Wright-Priests; Kenyon Graff, Teachers and Chris Hreinson, Deacons. New ward chorister is Vern Marrott. Erma Swenson is assistant ass-istant chorister and Elaine Baxter; Bax-ter; organist. nr. j UTAH VALLEY j BUILDERS SUPPLY 8 stocked to the Jilt with everything every-thing FROM NAILS JO DOOR NOBS. 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Example in 9 x 9". AVery dark 8c C Light 12c Medium 9c D Very Bright.131 Utah Valley BUILDERS' SUPPLY COMPLETE BUILDING SUPPLD3S 435 North State, Orem Phone 0783-R1 TOMORROW May be too late INSURE TODAY Fire Automobile Low Rates. Dependable Fast Claim Service Alpine Finance and Insurance Co. 722 North Stale Orem Ph. 0537-R1 (Across from Utah Power and Light Co.) Nicodemus Came by Night IN THE BIBLE STORY He came to find life's meaning. mean-ing. His need to know bow Jesus did his mighty works broke the bounds of habit and convention. This is the need and right of every man. For die truth of God, and man's relationship relation-ship to Him, is not so strange and unfamiliar, as it has been supposed to be. The way of discovery is now at hand. A remarkable book, read and studied in every quarter of the globe SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO TDK 8CBIFTVBES by Mary Baker Eddy shows logically that the understanding of God is natural to man. Why is this important? Because knowledge of the actual Science of Christ leads anyone to freedom that is God -given. It brings new hope, new health, and best of all, new understanding understand-ing to any sincere seeker. I CHRISTUM IClENa r I H RLAIMMC ROOM I vuc tmami J ( " X The textbook may be bought, borrowed or read at Christian Science READING ROOM 105 East First, N. PHOVO or send $3 and t copy in the blue cloth Library Edition will be mailed postpaid. You ire invited to make full uie of the tboT ind other public Reading Read-ing Rooms (list in yout neighborhood neighbor-hood lent on requcithlnformatioa concerning free public lectures, church services snd Sunday School is tlio available in these Rooms. Conducted Roseltha f Vernon Sharon f-residents f-residents are invited to car 0757 Jl K with personal items and oth- er new. The M Men and Gleaners held a fireside chat at the home of Floyd Fullmer Sunday evening. Elon Smith conducted the discussion. dis-cussion. Group singing was enjoyed en-joyed and refreshments served to the 18 present by Janice and Marilyn Fullmer. Taking part on the Sunday School opening exercises were Carlos J. Stolworthy, Tornmie Stolworthy, Glenda Burr and Eva Mae Smith. Primary conference was held Sunday evening. President Mary Lou Hawkins gave the welcom ing address. Azona Lloyd, assisted ass-isted by Bessie Wilkinson and! Mary Lou Hight, were in charge of program numbers. Mary Wil-I kmson was reader for the presentation pres-entation and Leah Rowley and Ann Rowley were in charge of musical numbers. Assisting with the presentation were Vaudis Hall, Herbert Croft, Fern Lau-die Lau-die and Reed Rowley. Sixty Primary children were feiUurcd in the program. Stake board members in attendance were Bernice Rawlings, Donna Kitchen, Kitch-en, Mary McEwan, Genevieve Mangum and Nora Harding. Itl.p . U . . T T ..... I- i 1. . iuia. xjuiuiuy xiaii'u gave uie lesson in Relief Scciety meeting. MIA was conducted by Joy Hancock. Janice Fullmer presented pres-ented the theme and Rosalie Josie gave the scriptural reading. read-ing. Reta Hadlock and Rosalie Josie played a piano duet and a skit was presented by Janet Wilkinson, Clara Stolworthy, Zola Dickey, Marilyn Fullmer, Irene Lovell and Nettie Mae Sorensen- Rex Peterson has been named general secretary if the Aaronic priesthood, replacing Grant Un-german Un-german who will assist Elon Smith with the Explorer Scouts Jack Meredith and Francis Simpson accompanied the Scout Troop to Park Ro-She Saturday evening tor an outing and swim. Babies blessed and named in Fast Day services Sunday were the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elon Smith, named Shirley; the son of Mr. and Mrs. JoreDh Fow- ers, named Lynn Joseph; and the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Kune Dahl- gren, named Par Vilhclm. Mr. and Mrs. DeLynn Heaps and son returned to Richfield Rich-field Monday after spending Saturday and Sunday in Orem with relatives and friends. LEGAL NOTICE - NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Notice is hereby given that Orem City, a Municipal Corporation, Corpor-ation, will receive sealed bids for the construction and installation install-ation of four 6 inch welded steel water mains, one of which is 2700 feet in length, one of which is 2680 feet in length, . ne of which is 3340 feet in length, and one of which is 1570 fee! in length; that the construction construc-tion and installation of each of said water mains shall include trench excavation, back fill, and clean up sufficient to install a 8 inch welded steel pipe main a depth of four feet, together with ail valves, fittings and tees for fire hydrants and connecting lines and services as the same more fully appears in the plans and specifications on file in the off.ee of the Orem City Clerk. That each of said four 6 inch welded steel water mains shall be bid on separately and any bidder may bid on any one or all of said water mains; that the said 6 inch water mains are'to be located in an area and of a length more particularly described des-cribed as follows: (1) Commencing at the North-cast North-cast corner of 800 South Street and running thence Westerly on the North side of 800 South Street a distance of 2700 feet to a point 15 feet East of the West line of 400 East Street. (2) Commencing at the Southeast South-east corner of 800 South Street and Main Street and running thence Southerly on the Eajt side of Main Street a distance of 2G80 feet to a point ten feet North of the South line of 1200 f;outh Street. (3) Commencing at the Southwest South-west corner of 400 North Street and 400 East Street and running thence Westerly on the South side of 400 North street a dis-pnee dis-pnee of 3340 feet to a point 20 feet West of the East line of the State Highway U. S. 91. (4) Commencing at the Northwest North-west corner of 800 South Street and State Highway U. S. 91 and running thence Westerly on the South side of 800 South Street a distance of 1570 feet to a point ten feet West of the East line of Main Street. Said sealed bids will be received receiv-ed until 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 14lh day of May, 1951, at Orem City Hall, at which time a'l bids will be opened and publicly pub-licly read aloud in Room 1 at the Orem City Hall, Orem City, Utah. Each bid to be in accordance with the plans, profiles, and necifications now on file with City Recorder Orland E. Pyne at Orem City Kail, Orem. Utah; and at the office of L. V. Beck-man, Beck-man, City Engineer, at Orem City Hall, Orem, Utah. ; Copies of the documents may be obtained by depositing $5.00 with the City Recorder Orland K. Pyne. or L. V. Beckman, Engineer, En-gineer, for each set of contract documents so obtained. The a-mount a-mount of the deposit will be re- Mr. and Mrs- Verge Heaps have as their guests this week two visitors from Tallahassee, Florida, friends of Kent Heaps who recently filled a mission in Florida. They came to attend treneral conference In Salt Lake City. Larry Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Larsen, who has becn ill for several months is able to be out again. Verdun Watts Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Verdun Watts, is reported to be improving from a severe illness. 9 Glenn Vernon and son, Greg, of Pullman, Washington are visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Vernon of Orem for a week during school vacation. He is wfking on his doctor's degree in sociology at the Washington State University. f .mded to each bidder or intended intend-ed bidder who returns such set of plans and documents in good condition within five (5) days . fler tlie opening of bids. I Each bid shall be made out on a bid form to be obtained from the Orem City Recorder or Orem City Engineer and shall be accompanied by a certified or j Cashier's check payable to Orem City or a satisfactory bid bond ;n favor of- Orem City executed by the bidder and a surety company com-pany in an amount equal to 5 of the bid. The said cheek or bond shall be given as a guarantee that tha bidder will execute the contract in conformity with the Form if Contract included in the con- ; tract documents and furnish j bonds as specified within five I (5) days after notification of the award of the contract to the ' bidder. Orem City reserves the right 1 to reject any and all bids or waive any informalities in the I bidding. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for the opening thereof. OREM CITY CORPORATION J. W. GILLMAN, Mayor Dated this 2nd clay of April, 1931. Published April 5.. 12, 19 and 26 and May 3, 1951. 1 State Farm 'Provides the World'! 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