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THURSDAY, APRIL 5, S3TCLL VA3X3O-K3H0 135: The Pleasant View Camp DUP will hold their regular meeting on Thursday, April 12 at 2 pm. in the home of Melba Cluff. An accident caused one out! . EH Gourdin Mr. and Mrs. W. B Davis of every 17 persons in the Unit-1 ofSaU thJandMr8 Naomi Warwood went OREf.l COUNCIL DESIGNATES STREETS FOR OILING IN 195; Mr. and Mrs. D. V, Har- Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Han-wood Han-wood were guests Sunday at the sen. Victor and Pat, visited the home of Mr- and Mrs. Russell Art exhibit in Springville Sun-Schow. Sun-Schow. j day afternoon. ed States to suffer a disabling injury in 1950, the National weekend with Mr. and Mrs. "Wil- to Heber Sunday to see Mrs ford Gillespie. Mack Davis who is in the hospital. hos-pital. Safety Council reports, The Orem city rn. Saturday Come to ow w - r1 u n SA 3 3 DUFFET LUNCHEON SERVED ALL DAY SATURDAY HAM SANDWICHES DRINKS 'and ICE CREAM and CAKE ' of 50 GROCERY BASKETS GIVEN FREE DURING THE DAY BALLOONS FOR THE KIDS v THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE ALL WEEK -ap? uv U UlLJ r' f "Here'j the World' Easl.tt Mart' 3. i f-KANCO AMERICAN C odd STAR KIST I TU.'IA 27c ni?2 olivcs i (I UL UV Certified Light Amber 8 oz. cello bag . . . . Mission Brand, No. 303 T Can? A tender fancy green lima bean .. ..... ..... . . . .. It fo) "r A iAP??, 7 man sweet - I pineapple juice J J Del Monte Ige 46 oz. Noth more refresh! than sweet G MARGARINE with coudoti ROCKWOOO Get your beautiful TV Wcfer J J r For Easy Caking ' CINCH 1 CAKE MIXES L ca easy sfevy wif h it . aunpungs uisouirrr , V 5 0 oi... . inc UBBY'S t v Delbrook Margarine lb, 43c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE tr 25c PABSTETT CHEESE 83c LIBBY'S BABY FOOD can 5c ROYAL PUDDINGS 2 pkgs. 9c Breast-o-Chicken TUNA 29c Tfca f.ficf Lcxr.dry Clsach r N ..,v ; PARK'S ICE CREAI.1 ?f!i Quart spm::g values in MEATS iUElflSTTB- 1.1.67c iiatic whole or n. nr 1111115 SHANK HALF ,J - WILSON'S FRESH Potato Salad lb. 32c ARMOUR'S SKINLESS AIL MEAT Frcnlifcrtcrs lb. CSc FRESH GROUND BEEF QEMMS I FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES EVERY ITEM GUARANTEED FOR QUALITY AND FRESHNESS 1AQ YELLOW U)1L-Z) RIPE LB, CALIFORNIA SWEET EXTRA FANCY FANCY 1 LB. CELLO CARTON TOMATOES CAULIFLOWER SNOWY WHITE LB. Tender Spring Fresh 15? 7LBS.450 lid 9C .,riH''A Shurfine HALVED r,JLK BALLS Cello Package ) Shurfine T00TSIZ MIDGETS II I l l It nl I I n J I I b.R5c Ml - HTTVr'lT Ml 1 " IfFj V uiImOJ 3uljirlljiiir OPEN 9:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P. M. OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Monday night designate f streets to be oiled this 11 with the city's share of road money in cooperation property owners who haw 1 ed petitions requesting thp surfacing of streets runnl front of their propeSJ city's share of B and r money totals $16,572 buJS j .v.Iwl PODul-t ' fieure and nnmK.. roads within the city. Streets desienatpH i proved include Eighth t from Eighth South to South for 6.600 feet anticirJ to cost $3,000; 16th Soft Main Street to U. S 91 . tance of 4300 feet, $'2100 th East from Center to IV North, 2,640 feet, S13'0- f North from U. S. 91 to Fa East and Center, from Sec East to Fourth East, aoen," $3200. These improvement. eling. The subdivision ments will be reconstructiot'j all streets in Christeele Acr" two streets in Beverly inland inl-and the east street in thev View subdivision. The surtac-will surtac-will get underway as soon) streets are prepared and wa er conditions permit. City officials emphasized tt oiling will be done only in t, operation with nronprt . .1 x UWUfV abutting the streets Work will not commence or ' me stum ux monpv rnta! J UUiig cents per foot on each side d me street is received by the cir from property owners. Main Street Widening A delegation of Drnnprtv ers living south of 8th South j Main Street appeared at ivJ council meeting to di proposed widening of Mn' Street from 8th South tn South by the city. Spokesmcl for the deleeation vnii-oj J fears of homeowners on ft- street that the widening won;; make the road come too cIr to their houses. The nmhir of moving irrigation ditches n also pomted out. Mayor J. W. Gillman 1, members of the council told tt ! group that every precautk! 1 . 11 . I wouia De laxen to preserve ttl ditches and that the citv smA . . enaeavor to please the properf owners regarding the limits i widening the road. Rohbock Named Mayor Gillman read 9 I from the Utah Turf Associate a new group organized foi ffe purpose of developing turf 9: golf courses, baseball fields-parks fields-parks and nlaverounds. Th; organization requested the con ca to name a reDresentatiw from Orem to act in the assort lation. Georse Rohbopk. too! florist, was nominated and roved by the council for He post. The council aDDroved a reri ed firefighting agreement k IWeen Utah citipe whirh afire- lated that each citv will assim; liability for its own firemei wnen they are fighting fires 011 of the city. The request of Erastus "fete son tor the council to cancel ar proval for his subdivision as 1 site for homes was aDorovedt! plete the necessary papers to tt ven tne property to farm bk Mr. and Mrs. Raich Mi drum and son David visited s Sunday at Levan RENT OR LEASE Ten acres of land and wat in south part of Orem. j evenings at 432 W. 3rd Nf , Provo. Phone 1322 J. FOR SALE Day-old goslings. Improve Latham Raspberry plants. New Robinson and Sha- strawberry plants. All disea-" free. Satisfaction Guarantee-Call Guarantee-Call John W. Pulley, 0266 J.American J.-American Fork, Utah- AH' FOR RENT 5 ACRES FARM LAND for rent al 91h South and tsi ,East. wiir Big Bench wale'. Call H. E. JOHNSON o684 R2 or 2666 J.