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J:. Helper, Carbon County, Utah, Friday, May 19, 1933 THE HELPER JOURNAL as, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson, Mrs. Hugh Taylor, Miss Mel Taylor, Miss Ida Moffitt and Jimmy and Mike Bottino. , Mr. Johnson and Miss Taylor were awarded the evening's prizes. 1 By MARION WOMEN' S CLUB PRESENTS BOXACCI Jay Turnbow, Jean Malakar, Mary Hughes. Ruth Sillito, Elizabeth and Josephine Martineili, Peggy Anderson, Ruth Parker, Their.ia Rask, Mary Llewellyn and Sylvia Dimiok. ley. EXHIBITION OF HANDICR AFT The social functions of the Women's club of Helper adjourned until September Thursday afternoon when they held an exhibition of handicraft at the Utah Service association club rooms. The singing of America opened thtbusiness meeting- after which the following program was given: Three vocal selections and dance numbers by Jill Vignetto accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Jack Vignetto, "The Old Kitchen Kettle", Throw a Little Salt on the Blue Bird's Tail" and "Shuffle e Off to Buffalo." Mrs. L. A. of Price gave a reading on Russian art; a lovely Japanese dance was presented by the Misses Yuta Yamasake and Chiyoko Oha-taccompanied by Mrs. G. L. Kel-leMrs. J. C. Hubbard of Price gave a short talk on the convention In Logan of the Federation of Women's clubs. After the program cake and coffee was served with Mrs. J. E. Gease and Mrs. James Charles-wort- h presiding being assisted by the Misses Charlotte Houtz, Ber-nic- e Kelley, LaVonne Bryner, Lucille Litizzette, Betty Fahring, Yuta Yamasake, Geneva Bonacci, May Jouflas and Chiyoko Ohata. A color scheme of yellow and white was carried out in the table decorations. A beautiful and interesting display of handicraft was then admired, comprised of lovely pieces of handiwork from Greece, France, Scotland, Italy, Turkey and America. Among the display was a spread belonging to Mrs. A. G. Deuel, which was made years ao on a spinning wheel. Modern quilts beautifully quilted were also on display. The officers for the coming year were elected as follows: Mrs. S. B. Bunnel, president; Mrs. A. Frank Drury, first vice president; Mrs. J. E. Gease.'second vice president; Mr3. M. P. Street, secretary; Mrs. A. G. Deuel, treasurer and reporter; courtesy committee, Mrs. D. C. Gibson; music and dramatic art, Mrs. James Charlesworth ; literature, Mrs. Frank Pritchett; soc-ciscience, Mrs. George Kelley. The Women's club was commented to present this exhibition of handicraft in Price in the near Mc-Ge- a, y. al MRS. WILCOX IS MOTIF AT INFORMAL PARTY Mrs. Alma Bryner and daughter Miss LaPreal were charming hostesses Thursday evening of last week when they entertained at an informal party at their home in honor of Mrs. B. A. Wilcox, a recent bride. ... Kensington and the playing of games were enjoyed during the evening which wa5 brought to a close with the serving of dainty refreshments. The honored guest was presented with a beautiful waffle iron. Guests enjoying the evening with the honored guest and hostesses included Mesdames S. B. Laura Dimick, Byron Bunnel, Carter, Iva Llewellyn, Cora Kelley, M. O. Porter, DeLos E. Brandon, Enock Bryner and Norde and the Misses Evelyn, Rea and Lavon Bryner, Mary Bacon, Bernice Kel- - Averill; Mrs. Walter V. Pace, H. Leute, Mrs. P. J. Pessetto, Mrs.', Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Fisher and W ARDELLS IN IDAHO first vice president; Mrs. Charles Nick Bernardi, Mrs. Delbert Kay,',daughter' Sun-were Marguerite, Mrs. William Steckelman and Mrs.; Ammon, second vice president; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Warden left ' C. Hanson. day afternoon dinner guests at the Mrs. J. Bracken Lee, secretary; Sunday by automobile for a sever I ;home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Tay- - al weeks' visit with Mrs. Warden's-paren- ts Mrs. Erin Leonard, treasurer; Mrs. Say your read ;i .n The Journal.' lor in Heiner. at Rexburg, Idaho. J. C. Hubbard, historian; Mrs. CurELKS' LADIES ELECT tis Ellwood, auditor; Mrs. Ruth NEW OFFICERS Flynn, parliamentarian. Directors At a recent meeting of the Elks' are Mrs. Reid Pace, Mrs. J. E. Ladies club the following officers Gease, Mrs. J. P. Phalen, Mrs. M. - r3 i 3 KIDDIES ACTIVITY CLl'U HOLDS FIRST SOCIAL The members of the Childrens Activity club held their first social Saturday evening when they met at the Griffs lunch to enjoy an evening of games and refreshments. Those present were Norma Laboroi, Danna Mae Miller, Betty Carter, Evelyn Feado, Betty Griffiths, Louis Bunnel. MacRay Lopez, Louis Brackett, Harmer Miller and Don anfl Dave Colton. Je TO BE GIVEN BY 77 - r li I" m VAUGHAN-BLACKIIA- WEDDING An interesting local matrimonial event of Monday was the marriage of the charming and talented daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Vaughan, Miaa Elenor A. Vaughan to Mr. William Blackham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Blackham of Kenil-wortwhich was solemnized at Price. The bride is a graduate of the Salt Lake City schools and a graduate nurse and for several years past has been head nurse at the Kenilworth hospital. The groom is a graduate of the Carbon county schools and now connected with the Kenilworth mines. The young couple are making their home in Kenilworth where they will be at home to their many friends. -- 1) Trim & Trellis Green stays green h, NATURE started her job has up. Do some sprucing up of your own. Just have your painter use Ju Pont Trim & Trellis Green on the house shutters, the fence any outside green you ever used. It's easy to apply. It dries quickly. It resists mildew. It's the green that stays green! Painters say this is the best MAY 24th, 8 P. M. r DAIRY FAR green they have ever used. Trim & Trellis Green is one swing gate, that of the famous du Pont line or bench. Here's the green that of finishes. We carry them all. HELPER FURNITURE & HDWE. CO., Local Deal ers faded-lookin- THE NEW BARN AT THE g SPRING GLEN VV. V. ILL HOLD BANQUET MONDAY The Business and Professional Womens club of Helper is sponsoring a banquet and program to be held in the Grill cafe club room Monday evening which will be attended by members and invited guests. This will be the last social activity until September. Mrs. Bertha Spratling, Miss Anna Crowley and Marie Deitz are in charge of the banquet. MOOSE WILL SPONSOR MONTHLY SOCIAL The Loyal Order of Moose will sponsor its monthly social Friday evening, May 26, at the Strand Sweet shop club rooms. A very interesting program is being arranged for the occasion and the public is cordially invited to V. CKRJSTENSEN TO TALK AT DEMO CLUB The Democratic Ladies club of Carbon county will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Legion hall at Price, instead of at the home of Mrs. Jones in Castle Gate. W. W. Christen3en, county superintendent of schools, will give a talk on the school budget. Cards and luncheon will follow. W. 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