Friday, November 16th, THE 1928. ROY O. WEST fti ; ft y NEPHI, UTAH TaViii a n t Provo are in town for a few days. Mrs. Matthias Allred and children and Virgil Jacobson are visiting their parents at Provo. A - A TVT mart T .Tnhnnnn Hkhnn cinrl Mra Reba Allred and Mrs. A. H. Allred motored to Provo Friday whern thev attended a birthday party given in honor of Mrs. Jim Guymon. 17! Spend Wisely The Predominating Vogues! Jasper H. Robertson is visiting at the home of his son, Prof. LeRoy Robertson at Porvo. New Silk Miss .Millie Peterson entertained the girls of the "H. G. L. G." club at the home of her sister Mrs. Jos, Roy O. West of Chicago, who was R. Christiansen on Thursday night appointed secretary of the Interior by A delicious luncheon was served. The President Coolidge to succeed Hubert color scheme of blue and orange was Mr. West Is Republican na- carried out in the table decorations Work. The following enjoyed the evening: Illinois. tional committeeman Macel Robertson Eva Llewellyn, Bertha Mikkelson, Winljfred Cook Geneva Crowther and Cleah Robert They say good times are to continue. In fact, it is claimed times will be even better in the But even so, wise luture. people will spend carefully,' realizing that ready cash cash in hand, is a great source of independence and a guaranty against suffering and distress, in winter months. especially in It is not necessary toin lay order big lots of our stores to save. Each can or package is sold at case prices, making it advantageous to you when buying as your immediate needs require. Put your surplus cash aside and buy foods as they are DRESSES fr at the J. C. Penney Company son. "He Builds Wisely Who Builds Well" TO BUILD WELL needed. Mrs. Gena Vincent has returned to Oakland, California after spending five weeks visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Mikkelson. nephT"plaster O.P.SKAGGS HAS NO EQUAL The Largest and Purest Natural Deposit of Gypsum In the World STORES Owned and Operated by JAMES A. KELLY AND SON Nephi Fillmore Delta WEPHI PLASTER and MFG. COMPANY The members entertained at a "misfit mock" shower in honor of Mrs. Alary Han son at the home of Mrs. Ed. M. Han son on Saturday night. A delightful lunch was served to the following members: Mrs. Jesse L. Hanson, Mrs Bardell Colard, Mrs. Kenneth John son, Mrs. Lawrence Olson, Mrs. Geo. C. Jackson, Mrs. Ellis Hanson, Airs. Earl Hanson, Mrs. W. R. Jensen, Mrs. Clarence Hanson, Mrs. Ivan Rasmussen and Mrs. J. P. Hanson. A jolly evening was spent. Airs. Urban Madsen entertainel tbe following members of the Club at her home Thursday afternoon: Mrs. Harry Holman, Mrs Perry Allred, Mrs. Burton- Holman, Mrs. Osmond Crowther, Mrs. June Oollard, Mrs. Matthias Allred and Mrs. Howard Allred. Special guests were Mrs. Farril Holman, Mrs. Paul Madsen and Mrs. Willie Jack son. The afternoon was spent in quilling. An elaborate supper was sedved to the members and their husbands. Just-A-Me- the Tailored Style For Women Full-Fashion- a new Saturday evening red entertained the club bands at a duck couples enjoyed the cards. Ford owners 'Just-A-Mer- e" men and women who have received new Fords in the last eleven months, there ia no need to dwell on the performance of the car. Yon have tested its speed on the open road. In traffic yon have noted its quick acceleration and the eufety of its brakes. You know how it climbs the hills. On long half-millio- n attention. Yet that doesn't mean it should be neglected. Like every other fine piece of machinery, it will serve you better and longer if given proper care. One of the best ways to do this is to take your car to the Ford dealer every 500 miles for oiling and greasing and a checking-u- p of the little things that have such a great bearing on long over and rough trips life and continuously good come have to stretches you its performance. easy riding appreciate comfort. Continuous drivSuch an inspection may ing has proved its economy mean a great deal to your of operation and low cot car. To you it means thouof sands upon thousands of This is an invitation to miles of motoring without you to take full advantage a care without ever lifting of the service facilities of the hood. tbe Ford dealer organizaFord dealers everywhere tion bo that yon may con- have been specially trained tinue to enjoy many thou- and eqfuipped to serv ice the sands of miles of carefree, new Ford. You will find economical motoring. them prompt and reliable The point is this. You in their work, fair in their have a great car in the new charges, and sincerely eager Ford. It is simple in design, to help you get the greatest constructed of the bent ma- possible use from your car terials and machined with for the longest period at a nnusual accuracy. It is so minimum of trouble and II In ... fori., expense. That is the ,mm. t. ! .,.,.;,. our. true meaning of wr..-...u..- v, p. 1 prisingiy nine f so value-fu- l, woman they are a tribute to so our buying staff soluoffer a varied, they tion to the dress-deman- ne numbers to meet variety of needs. Pair 1.49 Authorized Ford Dealers Complete Stock of Ford Parts Nephi, Utah Misses, ds Junior 1928 occasion! Mrs. Perry All- members of the and their hus Seven supper. evening playing ' a PASSINGthe clothes-pi- n firm jr IbK j I I The Roller Water Remover, exclusivand controlled by The Maytag Company, has many other features of convenience which make it handy. The safety-feemakes it easy to start the clothes through the rolls. The tension between the . ely owned Maytag Roller Water Remover, shows how the large, soft, upper roll hugs the lumps, folds and seams in the clothes, reaches down into the low spots, leaving no wet places to retard drying on the line. Buttons, snaps or ornaments go through safely. A soft top roll, working against a hard bottom roll, creates more effective wringing action than two soft rolls or two hard rolls. Practical Activity Mugazlne. TmnT!nt V JlNew and Better Way of Wringing Between the years iC:tt) and 1720 there were more than 2,000 pirates afloat off our coast? between Maine and Florida, according to Robert W, Chambers In an article In Liberty Still With U$ Is Those who declare thnl modi-stoverloolt thf mod t thlnof ofmoottheofpast Hoston nnr lncnmp esty ;JUi. he MAYING Mrs. Tom Hanson entertained at a quilting Friday afternoon. The following were present: Mrs. Francis J. iiarrison, Mrs. John Hanson. Mrs Rena Crowther, Mrs. Tom Mathls Mrs. Amnion Hanson, Mrs. Charles Allred, Mrs. Lena Livingston, Mrs Lauritz Wadien. Mrs. Harrv Hoi man, Mrs. Clara Coulson. Refresh ments were served. d automatically adjusts itself to a thin handkerchief or a bulky blanket. The drain plate automatically reverses it9elf, and pressure on the safety release makes it possible to separate the rolls instantly. For a Trial Washing won world mm The Maytag leadership by trial washings in the home. Telephone for a Maytag before next washday. Experience the advantage of the tub and gyrafoam action. S.r e the Maytag do a washing in an hour without it doetn't sell itself, don't keep it. anything. Deferred Payment You'll Never Mi IT cast-aluminu- m hand-rubbin- g t Sua. Hff ill 1 i 1 i. 1 I'- J1 THE MAYTAG COMPANY, Newton, Iowa Founded 1104 ii in it hi li ? i Z.fli 2- HOTEL Page Motor Company For Women, of each Autumn MAYTAG ItADIO - r i' f - j- -.. Foud Motor Company de- ... Three -- up-kee- will ... ed Mrs. Arthur Edler entertained at a duck dinner at her home Saturday afternoon for the members of the naite Club. Those present were Mrs. Ray Holman, Mrs. Hyrum An derson, Mrs. N. C. Nielson, Mrs. J. J Uidroyd, Mrs. G. J. Johnson, Mrs Andrew Anderson, Mrs. C. R Coombs, Mrs. Geo. E. Cook. The afternoon was spent In sewing. TO THE they light the fashion - wiso Pure Silk Hosiery re $19-7- 5 So smart, $1.98 - half-millio- n to practical tail med chemise with French pan-f- jr style bottom and bodice top with self straps. A dainty, comfortable undergarment fof Good-lookin- g, Mrs. Mary Hanson is home from Eureka visiting her parents and friends for two weeks. Mrs. Farril Holman is visiting at Pleasant this week. To la thrift-price- s $9.90 Rayon Chemise of the K. K. Club Mt. first A Word to the Thrifty-wise- :: Don't Overlook Our Assemblage of Mildred Allred is spending : the week at Richfeld where she is the guest of Bessie Harrison. Tiff PAGE THREE sJLCPENNEYC News Air. and Mr a. Khahll Shurtz an nounce the arrival of a baby girl born November 10th. Though summer is past and gone and many items have long since been harvested, November is the month of the largest har-e- st in most sections. It is at this time of the year that much of the crop money reaches the producer's hands. FOOD NEPHI, UTAH S. 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