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I THE DAILY HERALD OF UTAH COUNTY, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1922. I HOME M f n i&'Tdh and a delicious luncheon wore enjoyed invited by fifteen, including the guests, Mri Mary Hopkins Mrs. Georgia Gorrell. The Utah Soroxis met Wednesday afternoon al the home of i.Mrs. J. C. Clark. A splendid paper. "President Harding's important Messages," was given by Mrs. Chase iiwtrh. Mrs. Christen Jensen discussed current events. i A Most Important Demonstration of Sargent entertained a number of the younger set at a dancing party Wednesday evening. Games, music and refreshments also featured the pleasant evening. Ji! Miss Maud Type Crsefery Mrs. Rose Kartchner was hostess to the member of the Progressive Sew ing club at her home Wednesday evening. The dining table was pret lily decorated with cut flowers and covers were laid for the following: Members, Mrs. Agnes Crandall, Mrs. Mary Markham, .Mrs. Zlnu Seamount, Mrs. Ed Edwards, Mrs. Olive Milburn; guests. Mrs. Thomas Martin. Mrs. Fred Davles, Miss H. S. Pyne. Several In terestlng stories were read later in the evening by some of the club members. The Campflre Girls met this after at the home of Miss Gladys Smith. Luncheon was served at the conclusion of the program. rant Miles and Miss Hae Lake were the guests of Clayton Jenkins, Sunday. air. and Mrs. T. P. Pierpont and Mrs, lgar McArthur motored to Salt Lake hesday evening to attend the play ler Friend the - King,uat the Salt ike theater, featuring Henry Miller ' W Blanche Bates. Miss Connie Bles of Salt Ir, and Mrs. imixxxxx: Mrs. Addle Jenkins of Logan is here for a few days visiting her son, Clayton Jenkins. Mrs. A. N. McBride of Salt Lake City is the guest of Mrs. Robert Elliot for a few days. The members of the Ladies Literary club were delightfully entertained by Mrs. Norma Bullock, at the home of Mrs. Ralph Poulton this afternoon. Spring flowers were used in decorating the entertaining rooms. Mrs. H. R. Atkins gave an excellent paper on iMusic." A fine musical program was rendered and a dainty luncheon served to sixteen. Mrs. Elvon L. Jackson was hostess Parties SATURDAY, APRIL 29th, 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M. -- of us who really care about our appearance, pOitthose is important that we should understand mistakable styles. Fashion tendency SSSSXSSUXXXXSZCniKIKMIIIIIIIIINIIIlllSiaBBBXS9 f Mrs. V. V. Bott was hostess to a number of friends Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Benetta Nelson, whose 80th birthday anniversary on that day. The rooms were Distributors charmingly arranged in carnations and were music ferns. Social chat and the features of entertainment, followed by dinner. A large birthday cake formed" the table centerpiece. which, dancing and refreshments were , Mrs. H. V. Hoyt, The Provo Kiwanis club gave a enjoyed: Reading, Miss Ruth PierRose "The Ladies' Dance," the by at dance Wednesday night Misses gymnasium in honor of the Sprlngville pont in costume. The little and Spanish Fork Kiwanians and Marie Morgan and Grace Hughes gave in their partners. The hall was attrac- two excellent dancing exhibitions of Spring," "The colors Awakening national costume, in the decorated tively and the large Kiwanis club banner and "The Dutch Dance." ' added to the decorative scheme. The iMr. and Mrs. C. S. Vincent, Jr., en- following program was given, after d Inn s rvinij's To a Glorious Clooe Shadows of the South Seas, Seen on Broadway Two more days and the greatest sale Provo has ever witnessed will be of the past. Two more days in which the public is to share full benefit of value giving that is nothing short of sensational. Embracing merchandise of many kinds and of the quality so characteristic of Irvine's. This selling Is of such importance it has an appeal that is as powerful as it is wide. Come tomorrow! Come Saturday! It's your last and only chance to choose from this beautiful stock of Dry Goods, AppareL Shoes, etc., with EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED. Ready-to-We- WOMEN'S SHOES, $1.00 COTTON VOILES, 17c. big lot Women's Shoes in colors gray, tan and black, with cloth top, all sizes, values to $10.00; for Friday and fljl (1(1 V I iUU Saturday, to unload at, pair. One big lot of Cotton Dress Voiles, 36 inches wide, values up to 90c; for Friday and Saturday, to unload quick at, 17 One .... MEN'S 1 ar . .. v ::,5:,.v Jim lib yard COATS AND WRAPS f Li S14.75 AMD S19.50 Just received a big shipment of Coats and Wraps the season's newest styles and mateD C1Q Efl rials, beautiful colors. You must see these. CJI TR On sale Friday and Saturday at V Hi I $ I JiUU J INFANT'S CASHMERE HOSE, 19c PAIR Infant's Cashmere Hose, colors black, blue and white, not all sizes .to 50c value, to unload at mm llKniiiiT FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY GENUINE BARGAINS ; 19c WOMEN'S WAISTS. $3.95 One big lot Women's Beautiful Waists of crepe de chene, georgette and taffeta, all sizes, values to $10.00; on sale Friday and Saturday tounload at, OR each ydi of Quality Merchandise - Everybody's Store. lertamea at dinner Sunday evening of a reasonable moratorium. for Mr. and Mrs. O. W. liailny and "Third Indemnity for all damages Mr. and Mrs. John F. Thurgood and caused to foreigners. family. Daffodils were used as a "Fourth Restitution of confiscated table decoration. Covers were laid property. for twelve. Three other points, adds the diswill be drawn up the allies Mrs. J. H. Beck was hostess to a patch, and an effort will by be made to today number of friends at a kensington force Russia to reply at the earliest Wednesday afternoon. A delicious possible moment, in order to bring the luncheon was served to eight. conference to a close before May 10, when Prime Minister Lloyd George Mrs. J. E. Dillon and baby of and other of the leaders are Eureka returned to their home last to be obliged to leave Genoa expected owing to night, after a week's visit here with the pressure of home business. Mrs. Dillon's parents, iMr. and Mrs. C. F. Westrope. CARD OF THANKS. Members of the family wish to ALLIED NOTE ON ULTIMATUM thank all who so kindly assisted them through the illness and death of their LOXDON, April 27 The allied note beloved daughter and sister, Jewel to be presented tr the Russian dele- iStowell; especially the doctors, elders, gation at Genoa today, says an Ex- speakers, neighbors, and all who spoke change Telegraph frnm words of comfort, and for the beauti-- ! dispatch Genoa, will be practically an ultima- fill floral offerings. Such kindness tum demanding unequivocal replies on will never be forgotten. four principal points, as follows: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Denson and Family. "First The payment of war debts, either entirely or with a reduction The home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene based on Russian capacity to pay. GUtde has been gladdened by the ar"Second The payment of prewar rival of a fine baby boy. Mrs. Glade debts, with the granting, if necessary. was formerly 'Miss Edda Snyder. Swat the Fly! Your Home hr:' Is Fly Proof? It won't be long until 3 i m m m u H s m $ Jj x OTP v' One big lot Women's Purses they are beauties actual values cannot be expressed in print; for Friday and Saturday at, CO DC each yZiU FOR SATURDAY WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES, SATURDAY ONLY, 2 FOR $1.00. Seeing is believing the values of these dresses do not have to be told you. On aie Saturday only at, nn 2 FOR . ti vnuu ONLY Time. Screen early. Screen and swat. i mi Keep the Lfti V7 U livl EE OUR WINDOWS COME BOTH DAYS SATURDAY THE LAST DAY. BARGAINS GALORE AWAIT YOU HERE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. come over and get measurements and let us fit Suggestions for Fly S g first fly out. (iive Us a Ring Today. A U Better tell us to Door Screens LAST DAY OF SALE! uul-iih- home. Window and WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, SATURDAY ONLY, HALF PRICE. A most beautiful assortment of Women's Imported Swiss Handkerchiefs, on sale for Saturday only niir li Uil r nniPC at the pesky flies will be swarming into your up your house with J LOOK the un"personalized Gossard TYPE CORSETRY is an unfailing foundation for becoming dress and this special demonstration by an accepted style and corset authority is truly important to every woman who would make the most of her personal charm. - Splendid. Bargains Mtey and Satariay $2.95 toward Gossard artistry introduced the idea of women into nine ideal figure types and using classifying this classification as the designing fundamental to create special corsets for their varying needs. ll ;. WOMEN'S PURSES i: MissEo Jo Armstead Clubs A Vast Outpouring of One big lot By Mrs. E. J. Hall, Sr., was hostess at a miscellaneous shower .Wednesday complimentary to her daughter. Miss Arvilla Mangum, a bride of next week. The home war nicely decorated with ferns and flowers. Games, music and luncheonl made the hours pass pleasantly. The honor guest was made the at a prettily appointed utnner at her recipient of numerous beautiful and home Friday afternoon. Covers were useful gifts. . laid for fifteen, including the following, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Smith, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ben K. Smith of Fair-vieBertha Sumner, Mrs. Don C. Gee, Mrs. spent the early part of the F. A. Oee ond Miss Edith A. Smith all week in Provo with friends. of Salt Lake City. Miss Arvilla tMangura will give a Mrs. Byron Denhalter was hostess trousseau tea at her home Saturday this afternoon, to the members of the afternoon. Optimist club. The card game "500" President and Mrs. George H. Brim-haentertained at dinner at their MRS. FLOYD VIOLETT home Wednesday afternoon, compli mentary to Apostle James E. Talmage Experienced Pianoforte of Salt Lake City, President and Mrs. Teacher. F. S. Harris and Mrs. Eugene Crandall. Studio in Nuttall Apts. Mr. and Mrs. Hank- Johnson will Phone 754-- J. entertain the members of the T. O. N. O. club at their home tonight. The card game "300," music and a delic ious luncheon will be enjoyed by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson, Mr. and iMrs. Clarence Moore, Mr. and 'Mrs. Arnold Henrichsen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hansen. QApTOTV pwiUCa Ji l Mrs. T. Earl Pardoe entertained a )w friends at a kensington at ner tome yesterday afternoon. The affair fas in honor of her mother, Mrs. Catherine Bassett, and Mrs. Addle The rooms were fenkins of Logan. jrettily decorated in spring flower hd ferns. Present were Mrs. J. k. taelves, Mrs. J. W. Knight, Mrs. John forsley, Mrs. Myron Newell, Mrs. t: ii in noon Dances Visitors lit Cilda Gray, New York's most daring dancer, who introduced South Sea syncopation to P.roadway. At the famous Rendezvous Supper Club 6mart society gathers after midnight to admire Gilda's sylphic sinuity and listen to the tropical tones of " first fox trot of the South Sea? "Ty-Tee,- Smoot Lumber Co. BUILDING HEADQUARTERS 11! Phone Two-O- .