Thursday. November 13, 1930 THE TIMES- Mrs. Wallace Carter visited with Mrs. Lf land Belllston was a week iclatives in Payson Saturday. end guest in Salt Lake City. She visaed with relatives and friends. Elmo Hansen spent the week end Mrs. A. P. Christiansen visited with his parents In Lehi. last week with her father. Jay Harvv Kay of Salt Lake City Mickleson and her sister. Mrs. visited his sister. Mrs. Charles Wil- Carlisle Munk in Ogden la.it week. son this week. Miss Jewell Sorensen and Miss Ruth Anderson spent Sunday In Mr nnrt Mrs John Hfittrpll of Morouni visiting with relatives and Draper sixuit Sunday night with friends. Mrs. T. W. MiUer. Mrs. Win. Bailey spent the latter Miss Olive Warner spent the past of the week in Salt Lake City with part week In Genoa visiting visiting with her mother, Mrs. A. friends. C. Nelson. She returned home Mrs. P. L. with her Marden Bcnnlon of Salt Lake Jones, who daughter, visited in Neplil dur Mrs. is his with sister, City visiting ing the week end. John Chase for a short time. Gave Substantially ,;..... on it Carol Bailey and Reid Bailey of Salt Lake City spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bailey. Women's Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pexton of Salt Lake City are visiting with Mrs. Pexton's mother, Mrs. Joseph W. Carter. I fffimmed ATS 29 North Main St NOTICE TO CREDITORS H. Patten, deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at the office of P. N. Anderson, Venice Bldg., Nephi. Utah on or before the 14th day of January A. D. 1931. WILLIAM H. PATTEN. Administrator of estate of Rosa H. Patten. Deceased. Date of first publication. 4t. November 13th A. D. 1930. Estate of Rosa the The adult membership American Red Cross for the year was 4,130,966. Membership In the American Junior Red Cross, through public and private schools of the nation, was 6,930,849. 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Burton and dau liter Blanche and son Alma and Miss Donna Garbett spent Monday in Salt Lake City on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Olpin motored to Salt Lake City Saturday. Mr. Olpin returned home Monday and Mrs. Olpin Thursday. They were VLsulng with Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Pyper. KIGO For Coughs Due to Colds 50c Size 24 Aspirin Free KITCHEN MADE BATH SALTS High Grade lls CHOCOLATES 49c A lb. Box CHERRY 39c CHOCOLATES Boxed Each 49c lb. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Andrews and s)ent a few days the latter part of the week in Salt Lake City. Mrs. J. W. Barnes and son Ber- nell Barnes and daughter Faye spent Sunday and Monday in Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Booth visited with their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Healy in Salt Lake City for a short time the latter part of the week. son-in-la- w A very delightful little party was given last Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Jos. W. Cowan Jr., in honor of the sixth birthday anniversary of her daughter Marjorie Cowan. The afternoon was spent in entertaining games. A birthday cake with candles served as the chief decoration for the occasion. The following enjoy ed the occasion: Harold and Rena Fowkes, Maida Goble, Kent and Garth Tolley, Bud and Eleanor Kessinger, Thelma Golden, Joyce Chappell, Frank Broadhead, Marie Beverly and Coreen Kendall, Don and Erma Brown. Billy Cowan, Eetty Cohington and the guest of honor, Marjorie Cowan. Melba Hay cock assisted in serving. IT m we have ever offered ... PLEASES US SUPERSTITIOUS SUE Radio 4chieuepfef?(j-- n of today! J r r t : : Ord & Mangleson , ma m Ft. Green News CSEtEAXEST MASTERPIECE Mrs. Ben Williams spent the week end at Spring City with relatives and friends there. Born, to Mrs. Gladys Hatch, Oct 30th, a boy. She is living at present with her father, Jos. S. Ottesoon. Ruby Stringham, who has employment in Salt Lake City, spent a few. days here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Allred. Mrs. Chris Otteson of Hunting ton, .has returned home to spend the winter, where her husband will join her as soon as the fall work m of the farm is completed. l I For 30 ynrt President James L. Nielson was I've stood for the best in music I III invited to attend the Armistice Day f 4 H Now I Have Three Jobs program at Moroni High School on I ' --1 i November 11th as the speaker. An The best in music excellent program was rendered The finest in radio there. Home Recording H. P. Olson and family have u I.i moved to Provo this week on account of the ill health of Mrs. F l r-- i Olson. It is hoped that with the medical attention she receives there, that she will soon be much imNEW VICTOR RADIO R-3- 5 proved. 2. IS. The first and only micrO'sy Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Barent-so- n radio. announce the marriage of their screen-griif. wi'uk less tubes daughter, Mary, to Homer Carver of Nephi, on November 5th. 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SHE HAD HEARD THAT A dirl BhouM h mora rarAfnl when out communing with nature ana not cross a stream where a guy is fishing, for she will not only be liable to hear a mouthful cf m titterings, but will put the kibosh on the fisherman's luck for the day. by HcClur ( Syndicate.) Ntwypam-- THE. II ' II 9 III NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION An election to fill three vacancies on the Board of Education of Juab School District, which expire January 1st, 1931, will be held Wednesday, December 3rd, 1930 in the folprecincts: lowing representative District number one, Mona, Utah. District number three, known as the Nephi South Ward. District number five, Levan and Mills. It will be necessary for each candidate, or at least five citizens in behalf of the candidate, to file with the Clerk of the Board of Education not less than fifteen days next preceding the day of election, a signed statement announcing that he or she is a candidate. The Clerk will furnish a list of said candidates to any citi- - TO PLEASE YOU! NOTICE OF HEARING OP PETITION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR JUAB COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH. In the Matter of Application No. 6044, Filed in the Office of' the State Engineer of the State of Utah, to Appropriate 30 Cubic Feet of Water per Second and 1000 Acre Feet of Water from Granite Creek, Juab County, State of Utah Notice Is hereby given that Neff Brothers Land and Livestock Company, whose name has now been changed to Howells Livestock, Inc. has filed a petition in the above entitled court asking that an extension of time to and including September 23, 1934, be granted in which to submit proof of completion of works, and In which to make application of the water to beneficial use, under and In pursuance of said Application No. 6044 filed in the office of the State Engineer of the State of Utah, to appropriate 30 cubic feet of water per second and 1000 acre feet of water from Granite Creek, Juab County, State of Utah. Said application has been set for hearing on the 15th day of December, 1930 in the court room of the above entitled court, at Nephi, Juab County, State of Utah, at the hour of 10:00 A. M. All persons desiring to make objections to the granting of said petition shall appear at such time and place and then and there make any objections they may have of said against the allowance petition. Dated this 15th day of October, 1930. J. H. VICKERS, County Clerk and Ex -- officio Clerk of District Court, Juab County, Utah 016-5- t. zen who may call upon him for same. The term of office for each candidate elected will be for four years commencing January 1st, 1931. In accordance with above notice, nominations will close at midnight, November 17th. 1930. 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