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rn. Jin v. nr. Thursday, January 24, ' -v? c-.- Pom 10 .1 957 .f Ogden iflerie Lauds Team MURRAY (UTAH) EAGLE Blessed (by Art 'Fat Eagle Nelson) The Utah state championship ritual team of Murray Aerie, composed of Wm. Peters, Glen Larson, Ern Wright, Floyd and Bryant Beeny, was highly complimented by the Ogden Aerie Thursday for the fine way they conducted the Initiation of a large class of candi dates. Our congratulations to this group of men who devote much of their time In promoting true fraternallsm among the many Aeries of the state. All these men are past presidents of Murray except Bryant Beeny. who Is now president.The ' Murray Aerie extends their sincerest sympathy to Ed Wright and family in the loss of tneir wife and mother, who died suddenly last week. On our sick ,io Gun-nerso- '" XCt y Vttbl n, , . reports,- 1 fhe New Way Foodliner, Many Many THANKS. Specials for Thursday, Friday and Saturday CHOICE 7 tru-- '1 , ' L,,X DOWUnK team wd.was missed verv tnuoh at Si Wright reported - that Ed the last two bowling nights. Ekman and Manasseh Smith are feeling about as well as can be expected. The bowling team sadly re ports the loss of all four in their series with Oldham Market This is the first time the team has lost all four. They promise to make a better showing in the future. Berry Belcher, chairman of the entertainment committee, urges all members to buy tickets and make reservations for the Valentine dinner dance, to be held Feb. 16th. Don't miss this one! stairs while visiting Jim and Stella Johnson at their apartment. She suffered bruises, abrasions, possible fractures and n cut that required seven stitches We hope at tlu writing she is much improved. Birthday wishes are extended to the following by officers and members of the Order: Ted Pulos. Jan. 26; Leonard W. Poole. J. H Stauffer, Jan. 28; Wm. J. Thompson, Jan. 30, Ray S. Miller, Mar vin H. Burgon, Jan. 31. BONE Lb. Brother of Murray Woman Passes Away Lb. 0 Lb. Chesterfield, Idaho where he was born Aug. 2, 1915 the son of David Ensign and Annie K. Sis-aButterfield. He was married in 1941 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple to Florence May Luker, who survives and was a World War n veteran of the Navy. Other survivors are sons Dar- rell Owen and Dennis Ray, both of Salt Lake and three sisters. one of which is Mrs. Zdunich. m PINK Don't need It? Can't use It? and tell it with a classified ad! Doz. - and Mrs. John L. Ballou; was blessed by Bishop Quintin Chris-tense- (From Page 9, Col. 8) Muray Clair Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle E. Harris, was blessed by R. O. Carlson. Beverly Janel Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Jenkins, was blessed by Langf ord G. Ostler. MURRAY SEVENTH WARD Robert Clyde Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. Hartley, was blessed by Ralph M. Davies. David Andrew Hilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hilton, was blessed by his uncle, H. Ray Hilton. i MURRAY EIGHTH WARD Karen Kay Balls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy C. Balls, was blessed by her father. Jeffrey i Glenn Elder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Elder, was blessed by his grandfather, s Curtis W; Dawes.-Richard Arlen Morgan Jr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Morgan, was blessed by Curtis W. ; DaweaA Jr; c fj.ijjf MURRAY NINTH WARD Val Dee Shumway, son of Mr. and Mrs, Edward A. Shumway. was blessed by Kay Hale.' MURRAY TENTH WARD Michael LItt Ballou, son of Mr. A ' "i ' if blessed by his father. Thomas Ernest Stamos, son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Stamos, was blessed by Bishop Quintin Christensen. Roger Dee Stephenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Steby his phenson, was blessed ' father. MURRAY ELEVENTH WARD Steven George .Wolfley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Wolf-lewas blessed by Bishop Rich- y, ard C. Howe. Bryan Lynn DeNann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. DeNann, was blessed by his father. Lou Larueen Naylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant L. Naylor, was blessed by her father. WARD SOUTH COTTONWOOD Sherry Kay Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gail O. Snyder, was blessed by Bishop Ferris L. Shaw. r "v' K j K SOUTH COTTONWOOD SECOND WARD 5 Rose Marie Harding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence L. Harding, was blessed by her uncle, Earl Hess. wen sP" for our January Clearance! Catalina Sweaters Long sleeved woolen Long sleeved nylon Sleeveless woolen $800 750 500 Hurry! Limited supply left! Curee Topcoats Some marvelous buys in this stock of topocats normally priced at as much as $55. Buy in the January Clearance for $49 $39 Pacific Trail Jackets Only a few of these nifty nylon jackets left they're going fasti We carry B. F. Goodrich Rubber Footwear Dress Rubbers and Dress Overshoes in sizes up to 14 IoltulI S.Rosc men's w ear 4873 So. State hMimy Dial AM AM 6-46- 0 1 FOODS FROZEN 7 FISH STICKS Pictsweet S'flOO MEAT PIES 5,o, Simple Simon II 5) (8) u &l CASEROLE SPECIAL MILD (UW Gef Porfers Macroni and Ds- posable Pan Free wifi Purchase of Cheese. In PEACHES PEAS G A- - the Monopoly States Group where people must order by brand name they call II 6,0, Cut $fl00 BEANS 6,0, II TnfP ? f&i DUNFORD BAKERY TrP A I frQ I ftCRD EC KZZS f Each lifRlKC And if you haven't discovered I:,:. NEW WAY f .. I.' f -- "'il More omomcN tall for IaIio Spring in the group of Monopoly Slates than any other straight whiskey! For tac, nothing matches iti mellow flavor. Its extra mnothnc can't be Inatcn. Call for I.Juj Spting yournlf anJ cc why it's truly rnst ji,t,.- TREAT WORTH REPEATING! ,.mf i biiu 1 O P EN SUNDAYS its quality too, why not try it today! A 5850 SO. STATE for ECHO SPRING more than any other Straight Whiskey! SOO Spring Garden , II 5 xJ '' . MwftJ) MNTUCRY Wmmmmm,wm ir if $.. mum ofuwr u hM n. Farel Scott Kinney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Farel H. Kinney, was Paul $.Rose $33 Owen D. Butterfield, 41, Salt Lake, brother of Mrs. Melba Zdunich of Murray, was buried Wednesday afternoon in Midvale cemetery with full military honors provided by American Legion post 125. Mr. Butterfield passed away Sunday. He was a native of FRESH CHEESE having had a severe illness for about two weeks, but i now. back to work. Skip is a member of the Maurice Cannegieter's wife, Velva, was reported as fairly good after a tumble down the POT lOAST PIES Skip nwii as Y r ported C 1 Pease cccepf our sincere appreciation for the fine reception or fhe New FoorJJner in your area. The turnout to our Grand Opeh-in- g was far beyond all expectations. So from all the personel of - Landers - rnh Suit Sirm. . STRAIGHT &QURB01 86 fROOF tCHO SnilNO OlSTllUNG CO., lOUlSVlllt, Kf.