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THE Two Pag TIMES-NEW- NEPHI. News of Nephi ASSOCIAHOJ UTAH EDITORIAL NATIONAL Published every Thursday at Nephi, Juab County. Utah. Entered at the post office at Nephi, Utah as second class mail matter under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. One year $4.00; Six months. $2.25. Subscription rates: rates Subscriptions are payable in advance. Advertising on request. A. B. Gibson and Roy C. Gibson Publishers Roy E. Gibson Editor Manger Office: 96 South Main Street, Telephone 196, Nephi, Utah Mr.- and Mrs. W. W. Stephenson visited on Mothers day with their children in Springville, Salt Little Lake City and Bountiful. Colleen Garrard, a granddaught-e- d returned with, them and will visit here while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Garrard are vacWeek end and Mothers day ationing in Spokane, Washington with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Step- guests at the home of Mr. and henson and Mr. and Mrs. Chan Mrs. Neldon J. Hansen were their children Robert of Ogden; Sheree Garrard. and a girl friend from Salt Lake Club of City, and Paul from Provo. The "Six Honeys", Levan, have held two meetings, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pett of the first on May 2nd at the home of Mrs. Kitty Beard and the Salt Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Los Angeles seeon don May 9 at her home. At the first meeting, opening were guests on Mothers Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert prayer was given by LaRue Mrs. Olive Poulson pre- Ohappell, parents of Mrs. Pett sented the routine of 4H work to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lunt had the girls and their mothers. A as their guests over the week end delicious lunch was served to their son Farrell and Miss Vivian Poulson and her mother, Weston of Salt Lake Rhea City, and Olive Poulson; LaRue Stephensen Hr. and Mrs. Sterling Fackrell and her mother, Nellie Stephen-seand son Michael of Springville. Morand Edra Mary Morgan The following Nephi people gan; Dorothy Wankier nd Vera Wa nkier; Shawn Shepherd ' and were in Garfield Monday to atMarva Shepherd Jnice Ballow and tend the funeral of Mrs. Jane Melba Bllow, and Mrs Kitty Elizabeth Smith: Mrs. Horace Beard. Assignments were made Ostler, Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. for the following week. y oFote, Mr. and Mrs. Edward '"At the next meeting, elections and Mr. and Mrs. James H. were held, Shauna Shepherd being Ockey. named our president. Vice president is Rhea Poulson and secretary Treasurer Is La Mary Morgan. oie Stephensen and Dorothy Wankier is song leader. Reporter of the club is Janice Ballow. - Nephi Local and Social Items 4-- H Step-hense- n. n; Oc-ke- Lady Lions Enjoy Annual Beta Literary Club Mothers Day Party Meets at Harmon Home; Mrs. Loren Garrett and Mrs. R. Elgin Gardner were hostesses at the annual Lady Lions Mothers Day party held Thursday, May 10 at Carter's Cafe. A delicious meal was served to members, and their mothers and guests at tables at attractively decorated with baskets of lilacs and honeysuckle blooms, and small baskets of candy. Dainty corsages were presented to each mother and special guests, Mrs. Gerald Cazier and Mrs. Robert Brown. Mrs. Allen Christensen honored each mother present with her reading of an original poem, "A tribute to Mothers". Mrs. Gerald Cazier gave an inspiring talk on "Motherhood and Family Relations". , Mrs. F. A. Heppler, president, in was charge of the meeting. Members and guests present were Mrs. Joseph Overman and her mother, Mrs. Lynn Olpin; Mrs Stanley Brox, Mrs. Lynn Parkin, Mrs. Merle White, Mrs. Theo Mrs. Westring and her mother, Dixon," Mrs. Ray Fowkes and her mother, Mrs. Hannah Wilson; Mrs. Dean Quarnberg, Mrs. Vern Davis, Mrs. Arthur Tranter, Mrs. Dean Winn, Mrs. Glade Sanders, Mrs. John Robertson, Mrs. Allen Christensen and her mother Mrs. Ernest Brough, Mrs. John Hershey, Mrs. Voil Howell, Mrs. F. A. Heppler, Mrs. Loren Garrett, Mrs. R. Elgin Gardner, Mrs. Robert Brown, Mrs. Gearld Cazier and Mrs. Dick Weteherell. Fort Wall Camp D U P Regular Meeting Held At Home of Mrs. Eagar Hear Talk on Switzerland The Beta Literary Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Milton L. Harmon to hear guest speaker, David Ostler, tell of his experiences as a missionary to Switzerland. Mr. Ostler brought colored slides that he had taken and they were exceptionally beautiful. For "melody time" the group listened to a Swiss folk song "I Miss My Swiss". The meeting ended a very successful year for the club. Mrs. E. I. Wilson, program chairman and all those who had charge of the topics for the year, were complimented on their programs. light refreshments were served by the officers to the following Mrs. Fred J. Chapman, Mrs. E. Rulon Brough, Mrs. G. Ray Phillips, Mrs. Roy W. Hanson, Mrs. Allen Belliston, Mrs. Arnold Brough Mrs. Byron Howard, Mrs. Allen Christensen, Mrs. Bert Powell, Mrs. Kenneth Nyman, Mrs. Harlow W. Pexton, Mrs. Geo. D. Haymond Jr., Mrs. E. I. Wilson, Mrs. Fred D. Morgan, Mrs. Sam Hayes, Mrs. Miles A. Anderson, Mrs. A. V. Jacobsen, Mrs. Othel L. Pay, Mrs. Max W. Bowles, Mrs. Jack Ludlow, the hostess, Mrs. Harmon, and guests Mrs. Udell R, Jensen and David Ostler. OF THANKS We, the family of May Petty, wish to express our deep appreciation to all the people of Nephi who have shown such concern during Mother's long illness. We have seen evidence of true friendship. Since personal contact with each of you would be impossible, we take this means of expressing our gratitude to all. Wanda Hestmark, LaVeve Whetten, Cleo Petty, Elaine Petty, Maxine Cameron. The Fort Wall Camp of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers held their regular meeting Friday, May 11 at the home of Mrs. Martha Eagar. First vice captain Nita Park was in charge. Prayer was given by Martha Belliston and the group sang "Love at Home". The lesson, Publications of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, was given by Ida P. Belliston. A continuation of the history of Thislie Read Hanks was given by Mrs. Elizabeth Black. A letter from President Kate B. Carter of the Central Company was read by Inez Brough. Fourteen members were present and refreshments were served by the following Zelma Golden, Martha C. Eagar, Leona Greenhalgh and Kate Ingram. Square Dance Saturday There will be a Square Dance Saturday evening at the Fourth Ward hall. Newell Day of Fillmore will be on hand to do the calling. Everyone Is invited to attend. Mrs. McCune announces Summer Band Schedule Released by Leader PVnrtic schedules for bands in Nephi during the summer have been announced this week by Hal Hancock, Director. Klmfntarv band will meet on Monday and Friday, from 4:30 to 5:25, with sectional arrangements to be made later. The Junior high band will meet also on Monday and Friday at 5:30 to 6:25, and from this group the woodwind in strument section will meet on Tuesday at the same hour, the drums on Wednesday, and brass instruments on Thursday. Senior high band will meet at 6:30 to 7:25 on Monday and Fri day, and the sections win meet same as the Junior band only at the 6:30 hour. Senior dance band practices will be held at 7:30 p. tcl, on Monday and Friday and ensemble arrangements will be announced later. This schedule will begin on June 4 and continue to July 27, Mr. Hancock said. Those having any questions on enrollment in the various organizations should contact Mr. 11 Stake Fireside Set For Sunday Evening at Mona Stake Fireside for Mia Maids, rsminrprs M Men and Gleaners groups of the Stake will be hold me mona Sunday at SI p. m.wasat announced ward chapel, it this week. Neld m Ottley of Provo, a former missioraiy to Norway, will be the Mrs. Leah Bosh of Levan spent George the marriage of her grandson, Monday ana luesaay wiui ner William W. (Bill) Squire, and daughter in law, Mrs. Hazel Kosn. Miss Jo Ann Davis of Portland. The marriage took place on May iu. Mr. Squire is the son of Wa F. and Leeta McCune Squire of ' CARD Thursday, May 17, 1956 JUAB COUNTY, UTAH Social Neighbors Club Guests of Mrs. Foote Belmont, California. Mr. Squire is employed ty an air lines company and is stationed at Edmon ton, Alberta, Canada where they win make their home. Word has been received that Gordon Linton, snn f Mr nnH Mrs. Leonard Linton, is being released from service with the U. S. Army. He and Mrs. Linton sailed from Germany on May 9. They will srriw in Ttfwur Vra-- Mnu IS and after visiting and sightseeing The Social Neighbors club met May at the home of Mrs. Harry Foote. The afternoon was spent in sewing and social chat. Members present and enjoying the affair were Mrs. Geo. D. Haymond, Mrs. J. L. Belliston, Mrs. G. R, Judd, Mrs George A. Sperry, Mrs. Gi- iminnmro i. HIIin Housework is easier with an ELECTRIC Wafer Heater! lbert Bailey, Mrs. T. W. AUred, Mrs. J. E. Ostler, Mrs. Earl F. in several Eastern and Southern Dunn; the hostess Mrs. Foote, and States, will arrive home about an invited guest, Mrs. V. M. Foote. June 1. Worlds most popular PROBATE AND GUARDIAN SHIP NOTICES. Consult County Clerk or Roapectlve Signer for Additional Information. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Vermeil A. Beck, deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at the law office of Udell R. Jensen, 125 North Main Street, Nephi, Utah, on or before the 18 day of September, A. D. 1956. IDA W. BECK, Administrat- rix of the estate of Vermeil A. Beck, deceased. Dates of publication: May 17, 24, 31, and June 7, 1956. if i pp- - Buick RoADMAsrot Right this ivay! more and more new Every year, are equipped with Power T Steering. Many a man has bought it "for the wife" then wondered how he ever got along without it And if you have in mind a new car with Power Steering consider this fact: Since the beginning of last year, Buick has sold far more new cars RECAPPING is the Answer to Low Cost Mileage ft Factory approved quipmant Factory controlled mothodt Factory trained man Gcnoral Tiro quality rubber TRUCK AND PASSENGER TIRES , equipped with Power Steering than any other car over 20,000 more in 1955 alone. That's the record and the reasons for it are just as impressive. 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