Friday, November 19th. 1926 THE NEPHI. UTAH S. LEVAN NEWS A Few Questions i TIMES-NEW- Jlrs. A. E. Bughraau of San Diego, California, U in Nephi for a mouth's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Downs. Just to surprise was given at the home of Mildred Ord. in honor oh her birthday, November 11th; the time was spent in music and games, after which refreshments were served to the following: Georgia Francom. Jennie Lowe, Lorna Kendall, Eva Foote, Veradean Parkes, Phyllis Reid, Ituth Parkins, Gean Worthing-toRonald Belliston, Ralph Chase, Earl Warner, Thomas Beljiston, Far-re- ll Winn, and the guest of honor, Miss Mildred Ord. A gay time was enjoyed by those present. A Make Sure n, If fire consumes your house or other possessions are you secured against loss? If you suffer injury from accident are you protected? If you die is your family assured ample provision? If you have not met these questions wisely and well, have you done your duty by yourself and by those dependent on you ? It costs nothing to PAGE THREE Carter Bros. Cash Store WILL OPEN Monday Morning, Nov. 22nd We will be open for business in our Main Street Location Monday morning. We will operate on the "Cash and Carry" basis, and will have a complete line of groceries and meats. We invite the people ot East Juab County to come in and see our New Store, and give us a chance to serve you. Carter Bros. Cash Store D. Sheldon Winn, of Nephi, a junior at the Utah Agricultural college, has been given an invitation to join the Short Story Club, an organizaPHONE NO. 6 NEPHI, UTAH tion that studies short stories once every two weeks for the purpose of better appreciating and understanding them. He is this year's manager of "The Buzzer," the college year consult us. Old European Race Man' Will Supreme limiiii book, and is a member of the Phi The origin of ttie Basques Is unwe call men, should Why Kappra Iota fraternity. Is name a to The settled. peapplied unless It be to succeed in everything, ERMA'S BEAUTY of nothing, "Tbls is culiar race, dwelling on the slopes of "The Insurance Man" The Mona Relief Society board everywhere? Say PARLOR beneath me," nor feel tbat anything the Pyrenees. They occupy the proventertained for the visiting teachers Is inces of Biscay, Alava, Gulpuzcoa and ERMA LrUNT, PROP. our powers. Nothing Is imbeyond at the home of .Martha Garfield; Navarre In Spain, und two French depossible to the mun who wills. thirty-fiv- e being present. Sisiter Empartments, Bayonne and Mauleon. EXPERT MARCELLING ma Kay, former secretary of the Only Recognized Metal now Gold Is the only metal which Is Mona Ward Relief society, and I Almost Forgotten Poet PHOXE 50 FOR Of Mixed Composition made Into coins by the United States of Provo, came in unexpectedly, and we were indeed happy to have her APPOINTMENTS Sordello, a Provencal troubadour, German or nickel silver In the best government for anyone who deposits with us again. A splendid program grade Is 40 per cent copper, 34 per who lived from 1180 to 1255, owe bullion at the mints or assay offices. his reputation chiefly to Dante, who Good Elimination Is Essential to Good STANLEY BUILDING All other coins are made from metal was enjoyed, after which the evening cent zinc, 20 per cent nickel. For mentions him eight times In his 55 per cent copHealth. Is was It a common ware in and games, spent dainty MAIN STREET g purchased from time to time for that luncheon was served. A very pleas- per, 25 per cent zinc, 20 per cent Nothing survives of his are the blood filters. purpose as congress may direct. a and few THE kidneys poems. prose only ant and enjoyable evening was spent. nickel. fail to function properly A. V. PYPER I Keep in Trim! "Pur-gatorlo- ." there is apt to be a retention of toxic poisons in the blood. A dull, languid feeling and, sometimes, toxic backaches, headaches, and dizziness are symptoms of this condition. Further evidence of improper kidney function is often found in burning or scanty passage of secretions. Each year more and more people are learning the value of Doan'a Pills, a stimulant diuretic, in this condition. Scarcely a nook or hamlet anywhere but has many enthusiastic users. Ask your neighbor! Still With Hi.n Two men who had teaa married about the same time met after some months. One asked the other how he liked married life "Fliic," whs the reply. "My wife's an angel." Said the other, "Tou always did ntl the luck. I've still got mine." Tit-tJit- 8a gt-..-.fffci- w. I Jy .v ,4 g.- ' lk - t J ? V...I. wniimii' 'mi urn in Nephi Schools," Supt. Calvin S. Smith. The members present were: The oldest Christian hymn known Mrs. T. W. Miss Ida Parkes, Is one credited to Clement of Alex- Mrs. Geo. A.Allred, Sperry Jr., Mrs. T. H. andria and composed probably about M. Greenwood, Mrs. E. Mrs. Burton, M. Dexter 200. has Henry the year P. B. Cowan, Mrs. I. M. Petty, Mrs. given a free paraphrase of it In his Dennis Mrs. J. M. Christensen, "Shepherd of Tender Youth." which Mrs. E. Wood, R. Forrest, Mrs. R. T. Cowan, Is widely used in many hymnals. Mrs. Alberta Belliston and Mrs. Wm. Bailey, and special guest Mrs. Pryor Irwin. 60c Stimulant Diuretic to the Kidney Co., Mfc. Chem.. Buffalo. N. Y. Forter-Milbur- n fe. World" Oldest Hymn PILLS DOAN'S The Ladies Literary club met In the club rooms at the City Hall, Tuesday, November 16th; Mrs. P. C Cowan acting as hostess. The follow ing program was rendered: readings, Bobbie Shafts" and "On a Summer's Day," Miss Ida Powell; solos, "Always ' and "Memories" Mrs. Mabel Lunt; talk, ."The Testing Program Si mHxl .V: S 7 f CROSS CAMPAIGN A j new pair chosenbymeh . or all trades Decause they if vhey Rip. r . Floto-Plan- , ' FOR HEALTH Public Health Nursing, Nutrition and Home Hygiene Work Cover the Country. . Important y l!iSIiiL k fjMiimiiirrii!liili Ffotrt' Plane Von 77) Agitator mn mil mrtml, Hunt in 4 rfiMfor exclumva Vo femturm mmrktng 19 nonruattng, mn m new er Imundtsring r torn stifmction Save $35 to $85 on this 'I Faster, Easier Washer! HE simple truth about this Washer is that it is worth a great deal more than it cost. Completely by the oldest washer manufacturers, in one of the largest, most modern washer factories in the world, the price is Voss-bui.- t, low very low. Voss Washers are handed down from generation to generation valued bequests, because of their sturdy construction, and beautiful design and finish. You'd pay $35 to $85 more for a Voss if someone else made it. F.ieciftc Mod?) b'Htt. with r (' tub CMMlumlimm lid. Pour position vtth cushion rolt. Spc1 -c- m-Sf compactly nrlfyti. - impl irnsmiion. n Aittrf take d tha tendency of cloth lo of tha water. At 10 ih fturfa. tt funcriona whrra thia point u't af thickest w(th no rouhina; of clothes. It is this water-leve- l (ittof on clothes, that makes wahinft (eta them cleaner, tn leas time. Th Hvy fivante clr wringer tasily flalbU drtv Folding Wnclfc Plmo-Pts- oC Coma in and let us deinonatiata maun, araaber to you. this M. W. Mangelson Nephi Utah to public t hpftlth were made by the American Red Cross through it Public Health e Your Clothes! contribution! Nursing Service, Nutrition Service, and in instruction In Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick. In every State and Alaska, with the exception of Delaware and Nevada, instruction was given by the Red Cross, also in the Philippines, Hawaii, Porto Rico, and Virgin Island!. A total of 67,370 women and girla learned to make a hygienic home, and care tor the sick In tbelr homes. The United States Public Health Service estimates that adequate rural health nursing service would cost $X t'OQ ooo annually, but would save a billion dollars In value of human life, earning power, and economic conservation. The American Red Cross, through its Public Health Nurses, ol whom there were nearly 800 on duty the past year, is doing its part iu meeting this requirement. The Red Cross, through its nutrition Service, taught thousands what to eat for health. In this country, 24 States were served with from one t toil Red Cross Chapter nutrition programs in each State. In 38 Stales, nutrition instruction was given either through the regular nutrition instructors or through volunteer dietitians During the school year an average of 15,413 Individuals a month, Inclul Ing parents, teachers, pro school, and school children, were assisted to a better knowledge of food iu its rcla tion to health, and how to apply it to their daily lives. In March, 111,219 individual received this instruction, while during the year 3.5S8 classes were conducted and 6,450 conferences and home visits were given by nutritionists, thus reaching thousands of Individuals. The Annual Roll Call for Membership from November 11 to 25 is an invitation to all pprsond to assist In maintenance of such services through another year by enrolling In the m American Red Cross. Sphere of Comet The Naval observatory ays large comets have sometimes reached point near the sun before being discovered. This was the case with the great comet of IRiS. 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