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THE 1.1212. -Xr NEWLYNVEDS i HONORED LEAD on Saturday. Novrmber was per:otai'd by President John Iallywhiie :n the presence of the near re atives of the couple. The tncie was attended by her tester and Donald Anderson was best man for the i- re-c?- nr ury class holds party and supper was ser-- l nder of the ' ' occasion H..:; at Marble, - Sandail. Kerr were Lody and Wayne ;L of the .Si at a SN'OWVILLE, UTAH . Notice is hereby given afternoon dinner their husbands knight at the home 4wlns. groom's Mr. parents. .rZ. and ADDS 6 t. fx BACTERIOPAGE A- Immediate clinical improvement with the disappearance, of fever within twenty-fou- r hours has been reported in the treatment of typhoid fever with Bacteriophage, a drug developed in the Los" Angeles, California County Hospital. The drug is slowly dripped into the blood stream of the patient and is a promising treatment for this diseasa PAY by the Mrs. or . lliii x FREE DELIVERY ON TRUCKLOAD Just BILL ADAMS Phone A Few of the Many Christmas Bargains 4937 AT Hepp's 7T' IlOlfiliP w V TRUCKLOAD Basketballs 0 Pa ADAM'S DRUG STORE TON November 10th, 1949. Any stock upon which these' assessments may remain unpaid on the llth day of December, 1949 will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 10th day of January, 1950 together with the cost of advertising and expense of sale. Wm. Hurd, Secretary Snowville, Utah she-an- lGreea. WANT or residence at Stone, Idaho on celebrating Wilford Bir, Harry Taylor Liberty. LEADER that at a capitol so:k of the corporation also an assessment of 44 on the east canal stock and 64 on the west canal stock. Said assessment is payable to Karvev J. Harris Treasurer of the Co.. at his office her BONME OLSEN AND FRANK seventh birthday anniversary. TAYLOR TAKE WEDDING VOWS Following; an afternoon of playThe wedding of Miss Bonnie ing games and enjoying refresh- ,01sen of Brigham City and Frank d her fourteen Taylor of Bear River City took ments,; guests attended the show at the place at the home of the bride- V.G-F- . o' 'j meeting of the Board of Directors held November 9th, 1949, of the above named company, an assessment of 6 was levied on the m Hud "3 id SIMADA CLUB WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS The. Simada Study Club met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Ver-ne- ll Morrison as hostess. The lesson on the life of utortv n o i riven by Venice "Ewer and Mar- ATTENDS CONVENTION jone Del Fuhriman left Saturday '.The oyler presented excerpts from Marriage of Figgoro,'' and for Chicago, Ulniois to represent played recordings from that the western states at the Flying and Glenna Hales treated work the Farmers Convention. He will be opera "Don Giovanni," with regone for a week. cordings. Dorothy Whitney, Phyllis Mark-haand Chella Holland were welBIRTHDAY PARTY HELD comed as new members of the club. Miss Tamara Ewer, daughter Refreshments were served by the of Mr. and Mrs Orvihe Ewer was hostess. honored at a party on Saturday ! wr . NOTICE CURLEW IRRIGATION & RESERVIOR COMPANY PRINCIPAL PUCE OF BUSINESS class of the. First Ward MIA. had a party on Tuesday evening at the Utah Power and Light Building-- a large crowa attended and the evening was spent in playing games and enjoying delicious refreshments. members of the guests flubtrere Satur-;jWirheld Elder high school, and the groom graduated from Eear River high school. He served two yers in tne army ar.d has attended the BYU fur one year. Carol Craghead, &isur of the bride sang two solos and Bob Kates also sang two numbers. Box Following the wedding a bullet luncheon was served by Mrs. Taylor. A wedding dance and reception was held at the Wax Memorial Home in Brigham City on Tuesday following the marriage. Tne ceremony The bride is a graduate . '4. - groo-n- tk-re- d - monton. Vvih Ace Taylor Mr. nd Mrs. Prank Taylor, nswlyweds were honored at a dinner given by twenty QTJATRE CLUB MEETS mends of the groom. The dinner sen was Waldron Russ Mrs. hostess was nert trie 1 nurse held at Dewey Ramsdales ior Wednesday evening when the Cafe and the guests were for eveClub met their and Quatre Club seated X Hi 'Sell Puzey, ning of bridge. Prizes went to at one long taJale centered by a D. R. Waldron Mesdames and three Rath HriJ. wedding cake, compeGuy Johnson. The hostess served te-with miniature bride and luncheon. delicious a V flheevcr-- i ng. groom. . t Bob Hawks, Shirr (Gardner and mutual" Conley ChrLstensen were instiga' Folic s tors, of the dinner. The Young. .Married -- E R J i!n!Prnlf1fPP 3 3 y , u Genuine Reg-- . 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