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Supplement THE Levan Happenings Ft. Green News Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Angell or Santaquln motored to Levan Sunday. Frank Crane of Delta Is here enjoying a visit with his school friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Angell spent witn Thanksgiving in Santaquin relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs of Nephl spent Sunday with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mangelson and family spent last Thursday with relatives here. of Caliente, Fred Stephensen Nevada is enjoying a short vacation with his family. LeGrande Mangelson of Salt Lake City spent Thursday with friends and relatives. Mrs. George Stephensen spent Thanksgiving In Nephl with Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Lunt. Miss Ruby Mortensen returned home last week to spend a short time with her parents. Frances Benedict of Provo Thanksgiving here with her mother and other relatives. Miss Una Jackman returned home last week after spending some time In Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hansen and of spent family Leamington Thanksgiving with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Mayland Jackman and family of Nephl were guests of his mother on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Asahel Christensen of American Fork spent one day this week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bosh. William Williams of Provo spent a few days of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Beard. Mr. and Mrs. Darral Childs ana family of Centerfield spent Sunday et the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Memmott are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy, born Tuesday, baby December 2nd. Miss Edna Buchanan of Logan spent the week end with her sister Mr. and Mrs. and brother-in-laTarrel Wankier. Raymond Jennings of Ogden spent Thanksgiving and the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mans E. Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Hawks of Salt Lake City were guests for a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Niels Lundsteen. Jessie Morgan spent Thanks-rivin- g and the week end with her mother, Mrs. Eliza Morgan after spending seme months in Nephl. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mortensen of Salt Lake City spent Thanks-eivin- g with Mrs. Mortenseri's par-rnf- "! Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brad-fiel- d. Word was received Monday by A, Holman of the death of his sister's husband, John Lowe of Beaver. His death occurred at Garfield and his body was taken by truck to Beaver by Warren Holman. A large number of relatives from Fountain Green attended his funeral, Thursday afternoon. Thanksgiving Day proved to be a real home coming day as well as a holiday for many families In our city. There was a children's dance In the afternoon and also one In the evening, which was sponsored A by the Primary association. beautiful quilt was given to the one holding the lucky number which was Mattias Allred. A very large crowd was present. The local Y. L. M. I. A. prepared a splendid program which was given Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Prayer was offered by Myrum Lund, after which "Our Yesterdays" and "In the Valley of Golden Dreams" were rendered by Bessie Anderson Jean and Crowther. Evanelle Anderson gave a musical reading, "In the Little Old School House." Then a one-aplay, "In the Making," was presented and everyone in the cast did exceptionally well. The players were as follows: Max Livingston, The Judge; Reva LivBarbara ingston, Mrs. Truman; Jensen, Mrs. Celesky; Beth Hanson, Leah Celesky; Reah Lund, Miss King and Clair Collard, Spencer Truman. Following this was a ladies chorus, "That Gray Haired Daddy of Mine," by Zola Holman, Geneva Crowther, Katie Allred,' Oleta Allred, Arvilla Mikkelsen. Clqsing prayer was offered by Lillian Ivory. In the evening an unusually good dance was held, where young and old participated. Mrs. Mary J. Oldroyd has JusC returned from Glenwood, Utah, where she has spent the past six en-Joy- ed . Supplement TIMES-NEW- S John ct weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Coombs and children spent Thanksgiving and the week end in Lark and Salt Lake City with their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fahrini. A shower was given Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Coombs in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Coombs.. On Tuesday evening a shower was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christiansen in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Booth Cook. Both were well attended by relatives and friends who presented them with many beautiful and useful gifts. Delicious refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Allred spent this week at Centerfield with their children there. son-in-la- Mrs. Hyrum Broadhead returned to her home Monday from a visit in Los Angeles, where she has been Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bown of Provo visiting with her daughter, Mrs. --spent Sunday in Levan with Mr. Daphene .Walker. and Mrs. Hans Anderson. Lynn Wright, also of Provo visited here Mrs. Allan Johnson and family of Richfield and Mrs. T. J. McClure, 'or a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Benedict who has been with Mrs. Allen and children returned to their home Johnson for a short time, came at Elgin, Nevada Saturday after here and spent Thanksgiving in spending a Joyous Thanksgiving the McClure home. with his mother. One of the social affairs of the Mr. and Mrs. George Nielsen season was the party given last spent the latter part of last week Saturday night by Mr. and Mrs. in Salt Lake City with Mr. and Earnest Sorensen at their home. A Mrs. Claire Mortensen. - also Reed sociable good time was had. Among Nielsen, who was married Wednes- those enjoying the delicious lunch were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kendall, day, November 26. Mrs. Thelma and Russell Gardner, Raymond Jen Zingleman children, Doris and Ronald and nings, Maida Ingram and the host i Rhen Grant came down from Salt I.r!te City Wednesday evening. The Misses Jessie Morgan and Miss Grant returned on Thursday Josephine Stephensen were hostess fid her sister remained until Sun- at a delightful party given Friday day. night at the home of the former. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Parcell of Those who enjoyed the affair were, Provo, with some other relatives Glenn Mangelson. Alden Bosh, motored to Levan Sunday to at- Rulon Sherwood, Lyman Christentend the shower given in their sen, Axel Stephensen. Olive Tayhonor at the home of Mrs. Parcell's lor, Inez Mangelson, Vinnie Chrisparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jack-ma- n. tensen. Mr. and Mrs. Elden Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Delyte Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Johnson the hostesses. A very delicious of Salt Lake City and Mr. and lunch was served. Local News Local News Mr. and Mrs. Owen N. Gibson Mrs. W. C. Murray left last week returned to their home in Preston. for Murray and Salt Lake City, Idaho, after visiting for a short where she will spend the winter. time with relatives and friends. Paul Grace, who will complete Raymond Garrett, a Junior at the his Junior year at the U. S. A. C. B. Y. U. spent Thanksgiving at spent Thanksgiving at home. home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Garrett, Jr. Mrs. Geo. O. Ostler is spending a few days in Salt Lake City with Mrs. Alfred Gowers left Wednes- her daughter, Mrs. A. W. Margetts. day for Lynndyl, where she will Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Squire and stay for a brief visit with her son Mr. and Mrs. family were the guests of Mrs. and daughter-in-laSquire's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Clarence Gowers. McCune at Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Spazier of Frank Lunt returned home SunWoodruff announce the birth of a Mrs. Salt Lake City. nine pound son on December 2. day from Mrs. Spazier was formerly Miss Lunt, who was recently operated on for appendicitis, returned with him. LaVelle Foote. The Business and Professional Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Walker Women's club held a business the Thanksgiving holidays meeting at the City Hall Thursspent with Mrs. Walker's sister, Mr. and day evening, December 4th. Mrs. L. W. Beason and family. Mrs. Emma K. Olsen of Salt Mr. and Mrs. Vermal Beck of Lake City returned to her home week-en- d of were guests Castlegate after a few days' visit with her Mr. Beck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T. D. Davis and F. M. Beck. They spent Thursday daughter, family. Beck's Mrs. with parents visiting in Ephraim. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McPherson and and Mildred McPherson, Miss Wanda Garrett, who Is Mrs. A. E. Smith, JessieBishop Mecham, and Commercial History and Nelda Vickers motored to Salt teaching work at the Milford High School Lake City Thursday. the holidays spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jorgensen, Geo. W. Garrett. Carol Bailey and Mrs. Blanch Irons and daughter. Iris spent Mrs. Rula Hudson will leave for Day with Mr. and her home In Cheyenne, Wyoming, Thanksgiving Mrs. Gilbert Bailey. after spending the past six weeks in Nephi, where she has visited Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Miller, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Van E. Miller motored H. Howell. to Provo Thanksgiving Day. They were joined by Miss Winona Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wright, Mar- of Lake Town and enjoyed dinner garet and Dee spent with Mr. and Mrs. A. Wright W. Edwards. Thanksgiving and the latter part of the week visiting with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ockey and nad friends in Salt Lake City ana daughter Lucille and Mr. and Mrs. Murray. Raymond Ockey and family of Salt Lake City were guests at the home Mrs. Vivian Kunder and Miss of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ockey SaturThelma Broadhead spent the fore oart of the week in Salt Lake City. day and Sunday. While there Miss Broadhead An attractive and delicious turkey a Permanent Waving Demonstration held at the Newhouse dinner was given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haynes Thanksgiving Day Hotel. at 4:00 o'clock at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Orson Cazier, Mr. Covers were laid for Mrs. Sarah land Mrs. Clarence Warner and Taylor, Leslie Taylor, Saphronla Miss Camille Cazier attended the Weir, Robert Quincy of Ogden; Mr. weddin? of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. and Mrs. O. D. Hansen and daughTempest in Salt Lake City Friday. ter of Provo. Mrs. Tempest was formerly Miss The following enjoyed ThanksGrace Blackett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Blackett and a giving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Houghton on Thursday: of Mr. and Mrs. LaVar granddaughter Mrs. W. H .Sperry and daughter, Orson Cazier. Nelda and son, Harry, Mrs. Etta Dan Wilkey, who is attending Blackett, E. S. Blackett, Ernest Elaine and Eleanor school at the local high school, Blackett, spent Thanksgiving with his par- Sparkes. Word was received from San ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Scannell in Caliente, Nevada. His mother, Bruno, California, that Loren GarMrs. Scannell and his sister Joyce rett, son of Henry Garrett of th:s had secured a jockey's license returned with him and are visiting city to ride on Tan Foren race track. with Mrs. Scannell's mother, Mrs. Mr. Garrett has done considerable D. K. Brown. riding on race tracks in Utah, and Clarence Foote called at the it is hoped that he makes a success home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brough of his riding on the California track. Tuesday on his way home from Los Honoring Mrs. Geo. H. Chambers, Mr. Foote took a truck Angeles. load of turkeys to that city. He formerly Miss Lenora Bowles, a states that he was in bathing at bride of Wednesday, Mrs. Leo Bowles Venice Beach on Thanksgiving Day gave a bundle shower at her home and although he thinks a lot of Monday evening. Games, music and Utah climate, Southern California a delicious luncheon were the feature of the entertainment. Many is very pleasant In November. lovely gifts were received by the A delicious Thanksgiving dinner honored guest. In attendance were: was given at the home of Mrs. Priscilla Wilson, Lettie Bowles, Amy Covers Wilson, Annie Garret, Fern Garrett, Joseph Carter Thursday. were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Jos. C. Emma Jenkins, Edna Bowles, Alice Carter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sudweeks, Susie Worwood, Flossie Viola Kate Bowles, Clarence Paxman and family, Mr. Sudweeks, Mayme Pay, Flometta and Mrs. Brent D. Hall and family, Bowles, Erma Geneva Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pexton and Bowles, family of Salt Lake City, LaVar, Garrett, Delia McPherson, The Farrell and Roscoe Carter and the hostess, Mrs. Bertha Bowles and The favors and decora- the guest of honor, Mrs. Lenora hostess. Mildred Bowles and tions were carried out with a Chambers. Bernice Garrett assisted in serving. Thanksgiving theme. " ed '