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Thursday, May 10, 1956 11 LOIXiE MEMBERS ATTEND VISITATION Seven members of the Omenia Ribekah Lodge No. 15 attended the President's visitation at Vernal May 2nd. In addition to President Mayne Gillespie, others attending were Ethel Fortune, Ceeilia Doyle, Mcttie Lawry, Elizabeth Carter, Nel Wright and Nellie Hawkins. Members from the other lodges in the state were present as well as delegates from Pennsylvania and Colorado. During the 6:30 dinner served in the dining room of the Vernal hotel a bible was presented by the Vernal Lodge lo Mrs. Gillespie, the state president. The regular meeting of the organization was held May 1st at the Kraternal hall in Murray Get n ! 1 V-- r n I y III r, 1 m ft I I 14 Kfl I :l 6 r t.i W I 1' Vour 1956 n Fishing V JO A- i.l.kJfw"' t - 1 f SB. ill Tl " If M License EJ ML Here - mm? Complete Spinning Ouffifs SPINNING OUTFIT H- -l H Reg. $13.95. Rod. H- SI Value $30.20. Special Complete Outfit f COMPL Open face. Right or left hand Special Hollow Glau Spinning Reg. $15. Monofilament Spinning Lin. Spinning Reel 1901 I wind. Fishing BOOTS Reg. 5J900 Outfit on Fibre Glass Sale for Limited CASTING REELS Time Only $3.50 VALUE 1 approximate weight 4H-Oreinforced durable handle. Standard reel grip, etalnleae gulden and tip tep. v (0)95 39 REEL 't SALE Automatic Reel II-- I Reg. $7.00 I101 Hollow Two Pie PRICE ROD REEL FISH BOOT $1 FLIES 3 iJJ Tests feJK feC :linjVv-:JSS1'" 80"V " V weather stripping Colorful plaid flannel lining canopy top Extra heavy water repellant llipi U o, f "1 Bt Baeti t e.tch Cui,, s4 Rubberized Air Mattress J 8'i-ft.- - FLY CASTING . FLY - TROLLING 2 ,1995 Redi-Food- Page 1, Col. 3) (From Page X, Col. 6) tures of $992,810.00 No new building is contemplated during the coming year. However, the budget will show a sizeable jump for operating and maintenance, principally necessitated by salary increases. A year ago this category was $690,000 while the figure cited for next year hits $819,- 682. tlpt. Reg. GLASS SPINNING ROD $Q9S GLASS Reg. $6.95 CASTING ROO Reg. $6.95 .. $5i $12.95 2 $23 at Sala Prleet All 7 Sted Slalnlm Con- - ("'" TENTS " x yT''' l r l :, .Alt' $339 very lloht durable alu mlnum bow with hlohett 24" net rubber grip and rubber cord. Reg. A ' V'V' 5tot DELUXE MODEL i j ' ! X ! t J. z x i i--- $2995' USE OUR TAPERED LINE Court at Olympus are not yet definite, Dimas said he believes he will be a grid and cage aide and head the baseball program for the Titan institution. As such, he would again work with Mr. Farrell, who several weeks ago accepted the head basketball job at Olympus, LAY-AWA- ' loataMn Softball instantly f naaiai burnea Folds up like iuitcase f- - - l - - li tm. i7..i yardt mgneit guanty nn baked all finith. Slie 25 l&Pd $1195 4 Campl Outdoor! r ..ef" LEVEL WIND $189 I A SMALL DEPOSIT USE OUR REG. WILL HOLD YOUR LAY-AWA- Y BIG VALUE tl 35 IM yard! aapaelty preeltlea geart, aew level aty running wind featura. Weight FISHING EQUIPMENT All our Bogi ore Filled with Genuine First Quality Dacrort im El RADIO WEEK FROM MAY FAMOUS UTICA No. 5 $098 O J7.00 Reg. ritbermin'l feterlle. Bellt fat Yaarg el Wo 9 are the lewe't and with Plenty af Shoe la Murray where prlr Tree Chamber of Cemnerre Parking why fight down town tratfie 1 1 3 o o o erle 34863 FOUR POUND Sleeping Bags V it SOUTH STATE ST.C Iiiiy yotir flnhlne; equipment at Teln-er- t' and recHe a number for thin FREE FISHING OtTl IT. Drawing will lie Saturday evening, May 19. You do not have to be preewnt to win m It will be pouted In our window who the winner I. Any amount of purcha In our fWhlng department entitled yon to a numtier. Rod Reel Line H 4 I toiral Wind e,',7 Catting Reel Adiutt. l i able Cllrh Multiply. wear. Topi Far fin Metk Guide. Bait Cattleg. lea. 41 Tblt I pef be a. tut Qutllty t P'lre tf Beg Red Ctrl trt0rfp Alaetlnua Htedle M Gild teal Ilea Line Reel Rod Clett Catting RAINER MAY TO 1 No Waste I at. Automatic Reels I D D D 69 For the Scout For the Boy ft If PUP TENTS r - duties (From Page 1, Col. 2) to list high school players with a sprinkling of "older hands" at the game. Plans call for the teams to schedplay a double round-robi- n ule and determine first and second-half champions. A playoff will then ensue to crown the seasonal winner. Consideration Is being given as well to an August lournnment involving all teams. Players will be attired in full uniform, dishing announced, and a public address system will assist ppectators In following the players and game happenings. PLAN Y his coaching Although DURING NATIONAL ALUMINUM Complete with Floor Poles well. ft ttitti af'a w. Landing Nets WILL FLOAT panel discussion." r high-powe- ft Schools ft Lake, $10; Leonard R. Nebeker, halt Lake, $15; George E. May ors, Salt Lake. $10; Arthur Bees- ley, Jr., Salt Lake, $10; John N Cromer, Salt Lake, $20; Wllford R. Healy, 447 West 4800 So., $10 Hyrum Acocks, Salt Lake, $10 Loren A. Baker, Sandy, $10 Henry Unck, 4765 Atwood, $20 James II. Young, 1033 E. 45K0 So.. $10, and Wayne Richards 52H0 So. 2nd West, $10. Red light violations: Lyndon K Saxton. Salt Inke, $20; Max O Pavne, Magna. $20. Miscellaneous: Kurt Tadewald 4580 So. State, no Utah regis tration, $5; Don H. Carter, street violation, Kearns, one-wa- y 12" M7" ROD 9x9 Umbrella itruction. rounded I . r?T edgri water tight cov- - Hi ' er and bottom. 14" length. Reg. $4.75 COLEMAN CAMP STOVE Two s, far-sight- (From Page 1, Col. 6) Salt Lake, $20; Walter V. White, Salt Lake, $20; Allen W. Smith 4974 So. 3rd East, $10; Lorenzo L. Bate, Salt Lake, $20; Richard O. Romncy, 230 West 4800 So.( $10; John Plxton, 1052 E. 12400 So., $10; Denzel M. Baker, Salt OFF! SPINNING ROD Croit double built with the Golden Zone at power. With aluminum cata. Reg. $27. 95 VERY SPECIAL Hollow Glaii Spinning Rod Reg. J 5.00 Speolal NEW l Fiber Glata Spinning aad Fly Red Combination. 7 ft.. 4 oi. with Aluminum Red Caie. Reg. $21.95 SHAKESPEARE No. 1258 Combination Spinning Red. Howald fiber glata. Reg. $21 50 Spoelal NEW FLYM ASTER Glata Fly Red S aleee, 8',-lt- . Reg. $15 00 Special Longfellow $2.10. fV SPINNING to 50 H- -l BAMBOO $969 m 1 k Lights RODS -- 20 (eaeonl of eervica. TRAY I WILL HOLD ANY ITEM Tackle Boxes Reg. $12.50 AIR MATTRESS SMALL DEPOSIT Hundredi of Othert to Choota From $795 but is made of a tough, rubberized materiall T- FULLY GUARANTEED Made ef highest quality material, and will give many 29 two PLASTIC Pil JimW ?tiji!jL XgliS&Wglsm i i- . Famoui 4 Cups Famous manufacturer Full single size Life Time Guarantee This is not a plastic mattress f i with eafe- iid. willow A A Spinning Reels 2 Pots k k k RNJtALI ftSF? ix$Ht3frglh 99 1 T 2 Frying Pans 4 Plates k IfTrrriprrT tA V TrPpU FUri LAY-AWA- Y sr& . COMPLETE KIT Mat Redi-Food- Dimas (From Pare 1, CoL 4) contributions and Drs. Mildred (From rage 1. CoL 5) Nelson, Edwin Boggess, John Ball basketball during the past year. and Val Sundwall, who so graC' Upon Mr. Davis' departure for lously gave of their time and Brigham Young university, he talents in presenting an outstand assumed the reins of the Murray Ing. educational and informative high track and field squads as USE TEINERT'S W f COMPLETE OUTFIT CAMP KIT r5 one-thir- Cancer Store Hours Mon. thru Sat. 9 to 6:30 "nJQCiC' Moment $1595 LINE y Reg. $24.50 1 plated. In the wholesale field, Redi-Fooproduces specialties such as boneless rolled turkey breasts, used extensively by restaurants; cooked, boned chicken and various frozen vegetables and fruits. Eyeing figures that indicate d of the married American women work, Lou foresees a bright future for the frozen foods business. Obviously, the day of the woman spending all day preparaing food is on its way out. Sharing in the future expansion of the field will be for Lou Fischer is and capable and though he operates a small business in the midst of giants of the industry, you can bet your bots tom dollar will be In the front lines of new develop ments. Lou's a vice president of Mur ray's Jayceea, a member of the Toastmaster"s Club and active in various other religious, social and fraternal organizations. In most, he s long since been declared the "most eligible bachelor," married only to his job. "All things in good time," Lou opines, placing the success of his firm foremost. Here's a Murrayite you really Bhould know. fire-fighti- ng Evening Till 9 J$ total rod 8ryF.,G.Lr val n reel tattan China g ALUMINUM sPinnin9 Outfits 1 IW' l 95 outer Cross-stitchin- v' " FRIDAY i i Y;-7- OPEN EVERY Guaranteed Lowest Prices X Ilolls either single or double prevents lumping y, Debt service, for payment on bonds and interest, covers $80,- 000 of the new budget and capital Fire outlay for new sites and building (From Page 1, Col. 2) ence." completion will involve $93,810. A major budget increase, In Murray officials and firemen. particularly veteran fire chief addition to teacher salaries, Supt. Deb Townsend were extremely Parratt pointed out, was in the school lunch program, where a pleased that their hike from $82,000 to $94,000 was unit naa been necessary. ft TEINERT'S FISHING TACKLE QUALITY - --- Full All 'round zipper with $1900. lb$. 3LBS P 8ize-36x- VALUE TOTAL 95 l a steady growth. principal products for the retail trade are frozen pies, plus a relatively new line of apple and cherry cobblers. Other items are contem- showing Its ft SLEEPING BAGS f'" Reg. 25c Flys. Most Popular Fly 100 yds capacity AOC 10 r Ion Reg. $1.10 HIGHEST 111 SO ft. Cell Dupont Nylon Impregnated LINE Fly Line IIIJP 1, Col. 7) moderately-smal- is plant, car lot and Laury Miller, Inc., lost two baldy-hub- s from a car on their used lot. Robert Ritchie, 4840 Atwood, reported two hubs stolen from his Mercury automobile. Four more or leas minor traffic, accidents were recorded during the week. Two were on Thursday. One of them involved cars driven by Dale J. Lavender, Salt Lake and Paul S. Warele, Holladay and occurred at 5140 So. State. Damage was negli gible. The other, also on South State, was a collision of cars driven by Frank Latino 3578 So. 13th East and Helen Lancaster, 635 E. 5600 So., where the auto damage totalled $250. Cars driven by D. V. Birch. 3604 So. West Temple and Sherman R. Day, Draper, were in volved m a minor mishap Sun day. Vehicles driven by Live fong, salt Lake and Jack R. Thomas, 380 Belview, were In a rear-en- d collision Tuesday with minor carnage. HERE'S WHAT YOU GET SPINNING LINE First Quality, Light Weight, sizes 6 to 12 (From ms GUW8 Monofelament Dupont (From Pago though still a Theft -- Dnfi 'Vi FIRST QUALITY ft Murrayite May li. He resides with his mother, Mrs. Ilhoda W. Bonham, at 4815 TROUT OUTFIT 0 A REAL BUY p. Fisher, Midvale, following too close, $15 and Dale J. Lavender, Salt Lake, driving under the Influence, $150. Center Street. 95 I $5; and G. Wayne Roseman, Lehl, overparking; Henry Martinez, 4840 Popular, no driver's license, $13 and 3 days jail; Julia B. KETI'KNS l'KOM CONCERT TOCK David Ponham returned Sunday evening from the concert tour with the Olympus chorus. He aeompanied them on the tour as guest artist, playing several piano solos in each concert. David will be heard in a special Mother's Day program over radio station KMUR on Sunday, 5 Page 7 Donald Holgate, Salt Lake (UTAH) EAGLE MURRAY li OPEN EVERY FRIDAY EVENING lg95 34863 SO. STATE C TILL 'fiytan Una! lb. Tett. 0"tiadi Defeat My 9 p.m.