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Thursday. Dec. 8, THE 1932 Levari News SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW! TIMF.S-XKW- Xl-THI- S, UTAH. , We desire to call your attention to the fact that before Hal Oil Company came to town you were paying anywhere from 5c to 10c more per gallon for gasoline than you are today. W' doubt very much If this price reduction could have been accomplished If the Majors had remained In control. The Major Oil Companies have attempted to meet our price with a third grade gasoline and In introducing this cheap fuel they have of necessity, cut down the dealers margin to a fraction of what it used to be and this Is the real reason why these' dealers are not making any money and are asking for a reduced wholesale price. HAL GASOLINE IS THE FINEST MERCHANDISE YOU CAN BUY. IT IS GUARANTEED TO BE STRICTLY FIRST VALUE MUCH HIGHGRADE AND HAS AN ER THAN MOST FIRST GRADE GASOLINES. OUR OVERHEAD EXPENSE IS BUT A FRACTION OF THE MAJOR COMPANIES' AND WE ARE MORE THAN PLEASED TO PASS THE SAVINGS OF A FEW CENTS PER GALLON ON TO YOU. ANTI-KNOC- K The good people of this community have shown their appreciation of our efforts in their behalf and we wish to extend our thanks for the 100 increase in business that we have enjoyed this year. We hope to be able to merit your continued patronage in the future. OUR STATIONS IN NEPHI, CEDAR CITY AND SALT LAKE ARE OPEN ALL NIGHT FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Joseph Bradfield 8r. went to Salt Lake City Monday to attend Mrs. Joe C. Carter and daughter the funeral services of his sister Marjorie. Mrs. Alvin l?urlin and d Mrs. Jane Weatherson, who pus-te- Mrs. Jack Wright motored to Provo away at the hospital Saturday. Wednesday. Mrs. Joseph Parcell of Orem is Lawrence Chappell of Las Vegas visiting at the home of her par- U visiting in this cKy. a nuest at ents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackman. the home of his mother. Mrs. Unity Miss Naomi Winters and Jessie Chappell. Tunbridge. class leaders of the Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cole were In Blue Bird group of the Levan Pri- Salt Lake City over the week-en- d mary entertained their class last valuing with their and Friday afternoon at the latters daughter, Mr. and Mrs Angus B. home. Refreshments were served. Cannon. Mr. and Mrs. A. Earnshaw anMr. and Mrs. Williams nounce the arrival of twin boys, and two children ofLloyd Juab spent a born Friday, December 2nd. week at the home few days of this Mr. and oi Mrs. William's The Lahoche Bee Hive girls met Mrs. George Wllkeyj.parents, at the home of their supervisor Mrs. Serena Warner Thursday eve. A of the Ladies DemoThe time was spent in working on craticmeeting club of Nephl will be held their scrap books after which re- Thursday, December 15. at 7.30 p. freshments were served. m. in the city hall. All members of the club are urged to be present. Wallace, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Chrlstensen was taken to a to Mrs. Earl Complimentary hospital in Salt Lake City Mon- Worthington, a bride of last week, day where he will undergo a very Mrs. Archie Worthington and Mrs. serious operation Fred C. Chapman entertained Saturday evening at a miscellaneous Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bradfield shower at Worthington home. of Salt Lake City are visiting at Present at the the affair were forty the home of Mr. Bradfleld's' par- guests. The bride, who was formerents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brad- ly Miss Jessie Morgan, received field Jr. many lovely and useful gifts. Mrs. Annie Jackman of Nephi is An interesting meeting of the Fivisiting relatives and friends here delia Choral club was held last a guest at the home of her daughThursday evening at the home of ter Mrs. Marian Chrlstensen. Vivianj Hoyt. director. Following the usual practice, the club memA meeting was held Monday af- bers Mrs. Viola Ockey ternoon in the courthouse at which with apresented gift for her infant the financial statement of the Le- baby. A lovely delicious luncheon was van Irrigation company was read. Viola Lucille Lunt, An assessment was levied for next DaVedaby Davis. Ockey, Lillie Wright, Diane new were and three directors year G Booth, Alice Crapo. Lucille appointed to serve for two years. and Vivian Hoyt. the The directors are: Arvil Wankier, Booth, S. P. Taylor and Seymour Mrs. Charles R. Jenkins was hostess to members of the Child Owen Pierce, who has been away Study Section of the U. S. A. C. working for some time, came home Reading Group, Monday evening at last Wednesday to visit with his her home. An instructive discusparents. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Pierce. sion, "Psychology of the School was led by Mrs. Harry returned Child," Chrlstensen Lyman Black: Presenit: Mrs. Amos G. Irons home Tuesday evening after spen- Mrs. Rulon Bracken, Mrs. Vera P. ding a few days in Centerfield with Howell. Mrs. James R. Stanley, his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kate Bowles, Mrs. William Mrs. Darral Chllds. Bailey and Mrs. Jenkins. ed M. W. Mangelson of Salt Lake City was in Levan on business on Tuesday. Ward will hold its afternoon The Levan annual reunion Friday and evening. Miss Nina Little, Red Cross Nurse spoke in Relief Society meeting on Tuesday afternoon. She will conduct a class in Home Hygiene here Nephi, Fillmore, Beaver, Cedar City, during the three months commen Washington, Modena, Milford, Delta, Eureka, cing this week. Word was received Thursday (to Goshen, Springville, Mid vale, and Salt Lake day) of the death of Mrs. Sophia Chrlstensen, 73, formerly a resident City, (3 stations.) of Levan, who passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Ray. in Glendale, California. Unless other arrangments are made funeral services will be held SunPROBATE AND GUARDIANSHII with vouchers to the undersigned day at the Levan ward chapel. o at the office of Will L. Hoyt, Nephl NOTICES (Consult County Clerk or Respectiv National Bank Building, Nephi, Signers For Further Information.) Utah, on or before the 17 day of January, A. D. 1932. Albert N. Sowby, administrator NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of George C. Malloy, de of estates of Geeorge C. Malloy and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Despain and ceased, and Thelma Malloy, deceas Thelma Malloy, Deceased. two of Birch Creek met Creditors will present claim Will L. Hoyt, attorney for estates with children ed. an accident Thursday forenoon as they were on their way to town. startled and The team became Jumped and Mr. Despain became overblanced and fell out of the buggy. As he was thrown from the buggy he lost control of the team and they ran into an electric light pole demolishing the buggy and injuring Mrs. Despain and their Mr Despain and the four baby. year old son were uninjured, while Mrs. Despain received a sprained ankle, bad bruises and a severe nervous shock, and the baby received a bad cut on her chin. LOOK FOR OUR NEON SIGNS HAL OIL CO. U Ft. Green News A large number of relatives at tended the funeral Wednesday at Provo for Miss Lenlla Jackson, at Manavon ward chapel,. The body was then brought to Fountain Green for burial where a large number of people were present to pay their respects to the family A most enjoyable conjoint meet ing was held Sunday evening with a splendid program and interesting short talks by returned missionaries. President A. H. Belllston of Nephl was also present and gave a most Interesting talk. Music was furnished by the ward choir. IHI(5)RaiS was Christmas A new rug, chair, radio, divan, occasional chair or drapes will bring more lasting satisfaction per dollar investment than any other investment. Our floors are crowded with new gifts for the home at prices that are astounding. VISIT THE DTR STORE ell D. U. P. News Mrs. Richard Kldred Gardner Inscore and Mrs. were In Provo on Tuesduy visiting with relatives. The Daughters of Utah Pioneers of Camp Birch met recently at the home of Mrs. F. M. Beck. Life histories of Langley A. Bailey Sr., and his wife Sarah Andrews Bailey were given by Mrs. Kate Bowles and William Bailey. Two compositions of L. A. Bailey Sr. were sung by his children and grandchildren. Original poems of Mr. Bailey's, "Nephi in 1856," "Nephi in 1925," and "A Tribute to Thomas Bowles Sr. On His 84th Borthday" were given by Langley A. Bailey Jr. and by Mrs. F. M. Beck. Fol lowing the program, refreshments memwere served to twenty-fiv- e bers and guests. o MILLS NEWS Mrs. Tom Shiozaki and daughter in Yuriko spent the week-en- d California returning home Monday morning. Morris Blackett returned to his home in Scipio Tuesday after a two weeks visit at Mills with re latives. Co. Joseph A. Orgill arrived home Show of Moroni Stake was held on December 6 and was Saturday morning after a ten days The Road California. certainly most interesting, original visit in and instructive. ..The four wards Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hanson and out of the six presented plays, con at Nephl. cerning M. I. A. activities that had family spent Wednesday been written by the Mutual officers. Feedom ward has just recently been Men's suits and O' coats organized and is taking a very actLadies Plain Coats ive part along with the other wards. The ward choir is working very hard and most enthusiastically, in preparing a Christmas Cantata and also a Christmas program which will be presented on the afternoon and evening of December 23rd. The title of the cantata is "King All Glorious," which will also be dram atlzed in connection with the sing ing. Followlsg the cantata a dance will be given, the purpose being to buy new books for the choir.. Ladies plain silk Dresses Cleaned and Pressed 75c Luther Chase Linton, Cleaner 597 NORTH 3rd EAST PHONE 192 STATIONERY Ruth Haynes sient the in Provo. the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Blanche NECKLACE and EAR RINGS TO MATCH RADIO LAMPS FACE POWDER AND PERFUME CANDY, BEST GRADE Miss Virginia Spery and George Siwrry visited over the week-en- d with their sister, Mrs. Ruth Clayton in 8alt Lake City. CLOCKS Miss Mildred McPherson visited In Fountain Green over the weekend with her aunt, Mrs. Wllford SILVER SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS BATH SALTS ORIENTAL CONTAINERS MANY OTHER ITEMS THAT YOU SHOULD SEE Green. Nephl North Ward Gleaner Girls met Wednesday evening at the home of Ina Painter. A pleasant evening was spent in working on "Treasurs of Truth", Gleaner Oirl memory books. Ord & Mangelson House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs on Wednesday and on Thursday of last week were Mrs, Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. at their home in this city Included Mr. and Mrs. Mark Coddington and son Jack, Mrs E. N. Wagstaff. Kenneth Haslan and Glen Haslan, all of American Fork. M. R. Moyle Following a three weeks visit with relatives In Salt Lake City, Mrs. George O. Ostler returned to her home Saturday evening. While In the above city. Mrs. Ostler attended a reception in honor of the 80th birthday anniversary of her mother, Mrs. Emma L. Taylor. Enjoy your at visits the NEWHOUSE HOTEL Mrs. J. H. 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Dance under the direction of a delegation from the Stake Board. I M. Dose Myself With Mona Happenings One-wa- Perfectly." "I suffered with euros- la eoBstlpatloa for twenty years. I finally reached b point where 1 bad to tike soma fclnd of a laxa ttva every day, but an they did waa te purge my bowels and help ma for tha time being. Barton Fills brought ma my first and only Thsy lasting relief. ulatad my bowels perfectly. I don't be-era there Is another laxative like them la ha world." M. p. Harwood. Tfl Lenox Bt " No Longer Have To Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing a Specialty Tr one-hal- f celestial sphere can be the 50c. C. W. West Asst. Gen. Mgr. Since only telescope. RATES, $2 to $4, SINGLE Two members in family-Sing- le College. A big Democratic Victory dance and luncheon was held in the Mona Ward Hall last Friday evening. About two hundred fifty people attended and were served refreshments by the committee in charge. The party was one of the most successful socially, held in Mona for a long time. Half of Stars at a Time There are In the entire celestial xphere between six and seven thousand stars that are distinctly visible to an average eye without a At these special Rates Mr. and Mrs. Van Miller and in- Mr. and Mrs. X It Pleases Us To Please You Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Capson, Carl Capson and Miss Beth Butterfleld of Salt Lake City were guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs. present. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and Last Sunday a mountain lion was children of Adams spent Sunday the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charbrought to town by Herb Allred at and Rulon Johnson. The animal was les Williams. trapped and the two men had a John R. Hansen returned home real thrill before the lion was finnight after spending the ally killed. It weighed 80 lbs and Sunday past ten days at Nephi. measured 7 ft. from tip to tip, LASTING MEMORY d fant daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot arrived home Friday The Salt Creek Camp, Daughters after aMiller visit with Mrs. Winonah M. of Utah Pioneers, will hold their Fish Haven, Idaho. Mrs. next meeting at the home of Mrs. Shirley inreturned with them, for Keturah Bowers, Friday evening at Shirley an indefinite visit at her parents' 7:30 The rogram to be presented home. includes the fallowing ihumbers: Chaplain; Prayer, Community singing; Biographical sketch of the lives of Charles and Elsie Johnson Price, Mrs. Keturah Bowers; Instrumental selection, Louise Bowers Leavltt and Eva Pay Weltziel; ' Freighting and Stage Coach Days", Tola Stephenson; Reading, Marjorie Linton; Community singing. All members of the camp are invited to be present. THAT LEAVE A Miss A. J. Swenson, son Alfred and daughter Marie of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Guy Erlckson and son Rex of Ogden. r AT 25c, 50c and $1.00 Mrs P. P ChristLson and daughter. Miss Ruth Chrlstlson are visiting in Salt Lake City with Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Baldwin. week-en- x Gifts Mr and Mrs. E. H Steele and son Don were among the Salt Lake City business visitors Tuesday. " Nothing has suffered quite so much during the depression as the home. Give something that will brighten up that threadbare and jaded look. Dixon-Taylor-Russ- o Hanson spent last week-en- d visiting In Lehl with her sister, Mrs. Chell Slringhum. '&&:r 7 Chic Mrs. Joseph Miss Ina Fexcher returned Tues day morning to her school work here, after spending the week end and Monday at Moroni. She was unable to return on Monday on ac count of having an attack of the The Elders quorum sponsored a Flu. dance Friday evening where old Ernest Hanson visited at Scipio time dances were enjoyed along with the new ones. A large crowd Tuesday evening. 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