TTII7 TIHITC ,rT.r . the program to be given on Mother's Day at 10:30 A. M. in the ward chapel: Prayer, Wen-e'e- ll francom; Ladit-- quartette, Inez Mag'-Lxjii- ; sax a phone quartette, R C. liraithwaite and co musical reading, Robert Stephenson; qaurt-ett- e, James Christru-sen- ; piano duet. Norma Witners and co., song, Vernon Mortensen; Tribute to Mothers, Lorenzo Mangelson. Presentation of flowers. Following interested in Will Receive A Dig col ffi in real NEPHI v$ 1 s IOCKHO MPVJTII T TT Tlmrsdav. A 11 Mrs. Shell Adbinon of 8Ut Lake Mr. and Mrs. Joel Taylor spent City is visiting at Uie home of Hy-ru- Monday in Salt Lake City. Mr. Tayweek. this Haynts lor was there on business. m Mr. and Mrs. George E. Adams of Salt Lake City visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Irons during the week-en- d. Mr. ana Mrs. G. R. Judd were In Salt Lake City Sunday to attnd the funeral services for Judge Josiiua Oreenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Morten-i- s n. Mrs H. D. Ballow and James Mrs! John Riddle and Reed RidPaystrup attended the funeral ser- dle of Mantl wtrs gueaU of Muss vices Wednesday at Mantl for Mrs. Estelle McPherson Sunday. Johannah C. Peterson, a sister ol Tlriehain finrreit of Delta SDent Mrs. Ballow and Mr. Mortensen. the week-en- d visiting at his home Mrs. Delyle Morgan entertained in Nephl. Friday evening In honor of the Miss Effie Bigler of Eureka is birthday anniversary of her husband. Games and social chat were visiting at the home of Miss Estel-l- e McPherson this week. enjoyed. A dainty luncheon was served to Mr. and Mrs. Dan ShepMr. and Mrs. Elden Morgan, herd. Herman Memmott viiited in Salt Mr. and Mrs. Delyle Morgan, and Lake City Thursday of last week. Mrs. Mattle Morgan, the latter asMrs. Joseph Movie of Alpine and sisting tlie hostess In serving. Miss Gardner of Santaquin visited A. Mrs. J. Earley of Randolph Is with Mr. and Mrs. Myron R. Moyle enjoying a visit a the home of Mr. on Sunday. and Mrs. Augustus Shepherd. Mrs. George V. Ord left Sunday Mrs. Delia Lundxteen Sent last for Evanston, Wyoming, to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ord. Thursday in Provo. wood in Salt Lake City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edpar Boswell and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Boswell of Salt Lake City visited in Nephl on Sunday. They were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Roswell and Mr. and Mrs. Georgv Bean. Mrs. George T. Ostler entertain ed at a miscellaneous shower In honor of Mrs. Ned Ostler, a bride of last week, at her home on Tuesday evening. Many lovely and use ful gifts were received by the bride, A delicious luncheon was served to Mrs. Morgan Lunt, Mrs. Clark Morgan, Mrs. Alden Sharp, Mrs. Mar shall Hill. Mrs. Homer Lunt, Mrs. Roy Lomax, Mrs. Loren Chrlstensen, Mrs. Theodore Park, Mrs. Melvln Robins, Mrs. Arthur VanWagenen, Mrs. Clyde Shaw, Mrs. Maurice Chase, Mrs. Arthur Ostler, Mrs Floyd Sperry. Mrs. Bent Bryan. Mrs. Rex Kendall; Misses Aline Ellison, Alice Ord, Blanche Broadhead, Deon Winn, and Maida Starr. then-hom- WED NESDAY e Teachers of the Mona school act- -' Mrs Raymond Shepherd has returned home after spending a week ed as hosts to members of the Juab Teachers association Thursday after with her parents at Indianola. noon in the final party of the year. Mrs. Minnie King Is at home now, The affair was held at Starr. after spending three, weeks visiting Baseball, volley ball, horseshoe and wtlh relatives in Provo and Spanish various other outdoor games featFork. ured the entertainment. Following the games, luncheon The members of the O. N. O. was served and a bonfire program reading club spent a delightful eve- was enjoyed. Thirty five were in ning at the home of Donna Newell attendance. H rt.i.. P. Anderson. Mr. and Mr oifn- n- Wfa n at A nnn 'lB,V.iJVll InMr. and Mrs. William Bailey were motored to Fountain Green Salt Lake City Sunday to attend where they spent the day Sunday the funeral services of Judge at the home Of Mrs. Mannlcsn, r.n Mr. and Mrs. Vern Anderson. Mrs. Joseph Warr is visiting in Mr. and Mrs. Ral rh .larVmon v Burley, Idaho with her daughter and Mrs. L. S. Jackm An nnH fam Mrs. A. E. Price. ily spent the week-en- d in Salt Lake Miss Ruth Scottern of Fillmore is uity with relatives. Visiting In Nephl at the home of Mrs. Frances Jarkman Klunuul Mr nnH VTro T . T I t v V. n V. n ... n 1. Il iii iiuiuc ucre ounaay evening after spending the past winter in Mrs. A. P. Christiansen entertained Boise. Idaho and Salt ljkA at a family dinner Sunday, in honor with relatives. of her father J. Mickclson of Manti on his eighty-fir- st birthday. Wednesday afternnon t.ho two members of the family Thirty were Scouts of Levan motored to Green liieseuu. land Park in Chicken Creek canyon where they started a clean-u- p Mr. and Mrs. Georee Christian cam sen, Mrs. Fred Sorenson and Miss paign. Winnie Christiansen motored to Erin Poulson spent last week with Moroni Sunday to visit with friends. his parents here. He was inroute to Hobble Creek C C C camp from BREAKFAST FETES Washington. TEMPLE MARRI 4nv Of interest is the marriage of Smith, daughter of Mr. and College Radio Programs Olene Mrs. John C. Smith and Daken K. Are Scheduled May Broadhead, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Broadhead, which was solemniLOGAN The Utah State Agri- zed in the Salt Lake Temple, Moncultural colleee broadcasts ovpr rad day morning 'at l o'clock, with io station KSL every Tuesday and Elder David O. McKay officiating. Thursday from 1:30 to 1:45 P. M. Following the temple ceremony, a These t)resentations an irivpn h beautifully wedding members of the college faculty, all breakfast was arranged given in the presispecialists in tneir respective fields- dent's suite of the Hotel Utah. xne lanes are given on subjects of Ther bride was charmi nf? In a special Interest to people of the frock of turquoise blue with hat to state of Utah and the Intermoun- - match and wore a corsage of beautain country. tiful roses and lillv of th vaiioir Free conies will lv spnh unrn re A beautiful bank nf to the Information office, U. of the valley decorated the table at quest o. a. ixgan. wograms for the ine enos or which were white prinremainder of the month of May in- cess tapers In silver holders. After clude the following addresses: which Mr. and Mrs. Broadhead left A. L. Wilson, "Moisture for a ten May 15 days honeymoon. The Conservation by Cultivation". mother of the brids and the mother 17 L. R. Humphreys, "Fu- of the bridegrooom wore a beautiful May ture Farmers of Utah." corsage of orchard sweet peas and 22 Carl Frischnecht "Care lilly of the vaUey. May of Growing Pullets." Sixteen guests attended the wedA. J. Morris "Wnmo ding breakfast May 25 including the bride Made Ice Cream and Cheese" and groom were: Mr. and Mrs. 29 C. B. Clayton, "Go John C. Smith and daughters Miss May Ahead and Can" Elma Smith and Miss Beth Smith, 31 D. P. Murray, "4-- H May Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Broadhead, and Club Program," daughters Misses Blanch Broadhead, k ray ana rem Broadhead, and son Miss Birdie Rooison of Farmlne-- I Rnlon Rmorihotii ton was a week-en- d truest at the. Mrs r ,, t. t home of Miss Afton Kendall. Miss Miss Grace Jones. Mr anrt MVe was Robison enroute to her home Daken Broadhead will be at home after teaching school for the past to their friends in the Embassy season at Boneta, Utah. epartments after May 15th. 1 MAY 16 4 P. M. ADMISSION Mr. and Mrs. J. N. C Pexton were Mr. and Mis. Virgil Swasey of Mona motored to Provo Monday on Salt Lake city visitors this week. business. Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Isaacson vL.it Miss Ivy Seamons left for Salt in Moroni over the week-enLake City May 5th to seek Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pay annouces the birth of a daughter, born April Miss Katherine Kay, who is em- 27 at Brteham City. ployed at Salt Lake City visited Miss Mae Greenhalgh of Salt her mother and other relatives last Greenhalgh lake City and Frank Sunday. of Washington were week-en- d guests of their home Valna at the parents Mr. Mrs. Leah Jordan and II. II. were Provo and Mrs. Greenhalgh. Hlskey and children visitors Monday. was spent in time The Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Swasey are sewin?, after which refreshments svrved. The two previous meet-- ii rejoicing over the arrival of a son, v.tre wt-rheld at the homes of Mrs. born May 3. ps Valna Hiskey and Mrs. Almina Kay, Mrs. Ruth Garfield of Eureka Is at which Mrs. Martha Green revisiting with her sister Deon Eller viewed the book, "Sorrel and Son," t&on of Mona. by Warwick Dcplnif. and Mrs. Leah Jordoa reviewed "The Lantern In Mr. and Mrs. Roy Warner have Her Hand" by Bess Streeter Aldrich. returned home from Tooele after a There was 100 per cent attendance at each meeting. three weeks vacation. d. Wilford Bclliiton attended the funeral services of Jude Green- Ruby Haycock, Betty Starr Mrs. George Ostler, James and Herman McCune, Mrs. John E. Garrett nnH vrr Ran Mr. and Mrs. M. M. O'Gara and the guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Kans?n of Nephl spent Friday at family of Los Angeles have moved Ned Ostler and the hostess Mrs. George T. Ostler. the homes of Mr. and Mm to Nephl where they will wake Morgan and Mr. They are living at the home Morgan. of Charles Haynes. The Homo Rrnnnml Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris of Los of the Levan hieh whnni Angeles are visiting for a 6hort ed at the school house last Friday time at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 11 IT1 illMJU. L. DIVIDEND 1934 Local and Social Local and Social Mona Happenings Local News Levan News ALL flivi; 25c -- . HAVE YOU TRIED THE NEW OIL THAT'S o- ntr f , v " . Lov'me Face Powder Enhances Every Skin A million women every day prove in-- every natural beauty conceals every defect. It gives perfection to every A skin. finer, of clinging powder which type on all day. stays White Rachel flesh petal-smoot- h 75C Have you tried the new Melba ColJ Cream? It sells at only 25c EA iiP? Lov'tnc Powder If your dealer cannot supply you, send us his name PARFUMERIE ME LB A y , 580 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. U AND tor t pAr. U O Haven't tried it yet? Well, you want to! 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