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THE DAILY HERALD OF UTAH COUNTY, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1922. TEACHERS association ot enter-me- d .?FranW --obocl district Frank-Vcbothe at evening Thursday The teachers building. guests ot the parents. A STuSram rendered, including ,iik on -- The Schools of the Past, iiint and Future," Prof. O.schoolD. sextete. Junior high ENTERTAIN I ol !n .Hi " mpbell; TV0 Clubs Parties OCIETY Dances Visitors PROVO MDI KNEW GRANT, HMD girls; solo, Mrs. Eva He&l; talk on Robinson, celebrated his Kivth hii-nBY NATION "Moving Pictures," Mrs. L. C. Potter; !day anniversary by taking his play- ny aiuo up state canyon. The sentiment, "The Parents' Appreciation uiBim hiked over th One Provo man yesterday celebrated party foothills and of the Teachers," Mrs. 0. A. Smoot; played games. A unique part of the the hundredth birthday of his "Great response, Principal George Powelson; delightful affair was the toasting of Commander" The Dally by telling humorous talk on "The Faults and weinies over a huge bonfire. Cakes Herald reporter of the days when he In the form of gingerbread and boys Failings of the Teachers," Mrs. Han- little when the together with ice cream marched in Grant's army nah Cardall. A beautiful bouquet was cones, ducks, were enjoyed by the happy Vnion couimauder buttled the Con presented to each teacher in apprecia- youngsters. All had) t royal pood ' federates in the Missisiiipi valley cam- tion of their past labors in the school. time, returning at dusk. Those who paigns and later in the Civil war when A delicious luncheon was served to participated were Alton, Grant forced Lee into a surrender Dorthy and Tom Parker, Martha Coleman. Robert at Appomatox courthouse. That man about 150, after which a "get-ac- quainted" social was enjoyed. Short Cannon, Phillip Ashworth. Virginia is Alpheus P. Mossman, belter known as "Dad" Mossman, and who is one talks were made by the retiring mem- - Vick, Ruth and .Maree Robinson of the two Civil war veterans In Provo. oer or tne Doara, John W. McAdam, The Rev. W. H. Bulkley has returned The other is W. C. Roberts, and the two newly elected members, "The last time 1 saw General U. S. Ole E. Olsen, Jr. and W. Monroe Pax-ma- from Greeley, Colo., where he spent .Grant was when he dashed out from S. W. Williams, president of the past week. the spot where Lee surrendered and the Home and School association, also Heber Linton has returned from 'galloped down the long line of Union made a few remarks. A delightful stretched out tor miles, every- Los Angeles, Cal., after time was spent by all present. spending four soldiers body cheering like mad, for we knew months with relatives. j the w ar was over at last and we could Mrs. Chase Hatch entertained at L. D. Rollow, late of the Larsen & go back to our homes," Mr. Mossman dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher ot Heber, who have Rollow student, now engaged in home said. "I never thought then that I recently returned from the east, portrait and view work, is spending a would live to see this nation celebrate where they have been spending the few days in Heber making pictures for the hundredth anniversary of the greaj general. past few months. Covers were laid the school. The following news story was teletor eleven guests. Mr. and Mrs. Frank f!ntwn inir nf graphed from Point Pleasant, Ohio, Miss Afton Newell has returned sail LaKe were Provo visitors Wed- the birthplace of General Grant: POINT PLEASANT. Ohio, April 28. home from Kanab, where she has been nesday. Standing in the shadow of the spot in dramatic art the Kanab teaching Miss Marie Jensen has returned to where General Grant was born 100 high school the past year. her home in Duchesne, after spending years ago yesterday, President HardDr. and Mrs. S. M. Clark are visit- two weeks with relatives and friends ing brought forth great applause from 15,000 persons when he expressed his ing in Panguitch for an Indefinite in Provo. belief that the great Union leader time. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A. Spear and would have approved "all the republic Dr. George J. Ramsey of Richfield family and Mr. and Mrs. George E. has so recently done in joining other is a Provo visitor for a few days with Brattan were Salt Lake visitors Sat- nations in lifting the burdens of armament and promoting understandings urday. relatives and friends. which make war less likely." The Mrs. Bert Whinnle has audience, composed mainly of Ohioans, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buckner are had Journeyed here to celebrate rejoicing over the arrival of a fine from Ogden, where she spent ten days who centennial of Grant's birth, cheerthe eight-poun- d baby boy, born yesterday witn ner sister. ed also when Mr. Harding declared morning. service The Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Bulkley, the "sacrifice and nation-widcommon Isaac Fox and Shirley Fox have re the Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Bulkley and in the world war revealed the turned to their home in Lehi, after a Mrs. C. T. Bleecker motored tn Salt American soul." Mr. Harding spoke from a stand imLake Thursday. few weeks' visit here on business. me annual convaction or the Episcopal mediately adjoining the spot on which where General Grant Frnost Kkins motored to Delta, yes tuurcn oi uian, neia at St. Paul's stood the cottage was born. Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Fred church. weelr. a for a business on trip terday Grant and many other distinguished Miss Loreta Clark people prominent in the official life Mrs. Jessie Fox and Mrs. George entertained Wed- of the nation and Ohio, were on the nesday a for Knit are visitinsr in Provo few evening for the A group of Grand Army platform. A. Fox. ArviIrSfn. days with Mrs. George veterans followed closely every word g eton mL"6!'"'81, i?'" Decker, Messrs of bestowed on their leader by Abe Powell of Lehi is a Provo visit Dayld Grimm. Ralph Thomas . Paul' thepraise president. and Byron Bown. A or today. de ightfu time was spent with games and music during wlich The first annual "Y" loan fund ball dainty refre CARD OF THANKS. bv the student body of were served. will he the B. Y. U. tonight in the Ladies' We desire to thank all those who "edquis an assisted us during the sickness and gymnasium. The hall has been attrac ughters, .,u Dcmice, were the dinner death of our beloved husband and tively decorated by tne art siuaems ana .Mrs. "l of the school, in a color scheme of and father. J. William Lewis. Especially family last ovenw oi."!d5.,llst do we wish to thank the bishopric and blue and white, the school colors, ine music will be furnished by the B. Y. the Relief society of the Second ward ncio iam j0r eigut. U orchestra. The purpose of the ball for the many kindnesses rendered. For the use of automobiles and for is to create a tuna tnai tne upper nrnvided With funds, if WflMvrS; Le."a. f.ace. a1 children of the many beautiful fjoral offerings we are school necessary, to complete their ... Lul MTS are indeed grateful. Pace's mntlur t ,ule guegts Mrs. Melissa Lewis and Family. rrlscllla swenson, 7Z ing. for mi "THE GHOST STORY" ,jir nftfirnoon. littleMrs. George Mrs. NelIie SchoffeId lUUiauoj J. W. f ,s Robinson, son f Mr, and visitine relative .epf "8 m vo Under the auspices of the Christian for a few days. Endeavor society of the Community church a play, "The Ghost Story," will DOINGS AT TIMPANOG08 SCHOOL be presented at the Procter academy this evening. The public Is cordially nfht the girls' ball. .leam invited. lfeSla,y Tmnannno r aD oiiuu! . """"irr an Overwholmnucieai io the girls' team of """""6 the Parker school The ! A Most Important Demonstration ,. of Type Corsetiry j i .fcifa (f Sss. COLD TEST Vico LOW Motor ,011 flows freely In cold weather, assuring that bearing surfaces will be prop- erly lubricated and protected and giving you the advantage of easy starting, saving your battery and your tem' per, . THREE OTHER POINTS Flash and Fire Test, assuring that it stands up under heat 1 High 2 No Free Carbon filtra-- , tion guarantees a clean and cool engine. 3 VICO Motor Oil Is refined from the highest grade paraffin base crude oil. There is nothing in it to cook out and gum up the pistons , and bearings. mil Kill ' MissEo Jo Armstead of Chicago an expert in Corestry of national reputation, will demonstrate the nine ideal figure types originated and classified by the H. W. Gossard Co. at our store, Saturday. ::: :i: April 29th. These nine types cover the needs for the foundation of perfect dress of the varying figures and the varying needs in individual attire. e This special demonstration of Gossard by an accepted style and corset authority is truly important to every woman who at all times desires to appear at her best. Type-Corset- ry SATURDAY, 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M. Consultation Free. ' Alwsyf jr;nna. .;,, T1 Q3 iUGAR .u, ' A For a limited time we will sell extra fine beet sugar at aim 4 MM o iu "Safety First" among the grades has SPANISH FORK NEWS . carro J,any ben tifur::r""5'"al j"'K"oaiiers - eau- - were handed in. Prizes were offered for best posters, one to go to the two the nri mary grades, the other ot the gram mar grades. Mervin Redden won the prize for the grammar grades. Donald Lixon handed in the best the primary grades. Each poster for received a prize of $1.00. SPANISH FORK April 28 A meeting of the Spanish Pork post of the American Legion was held Wednesday evening at the city hall, Commander John E. Booth charge. James Tolhurst, chairman of the house committee, reported on the different places which could be rented for the regular meeting of the legion. d per 100 pound bag OUR SATURDAY MORNING SALES and it was decided to rent the Frahall for the meetings and en tertainments. The next meeting will be held May 3, at the city hall, at which time the contract for the other meeting place will be presented for approval. The .Memorial day committee wa requested to meet with the msvnr nnd city council to plan for the Memorial day observance. A meeting will be held for this purpose in the ,near future. The report of the dramatic committed showed that the vaudeville show given by the Legion had been a success both socially and financially and a resolution of thanks to all those who had aided in making the show a success was passed and placed on the minutes. ternal j How about our roots? Are they plant-- ! Provo fountain to Wasatch county ed deep in the ground of common line. No. 603 6 miles; sense, poise, kindly interest and all the other things that make a man a Provo courthouse to Sprlngville bank. man. Then we sit under the shelter No. 605 Springville-Thistle- , 14.5 of the branches of our friend and miles; Midland Trail Junction to This- wonder about our own branches. Are jtle road Junction. 16.7 miles; No. 606 Thistle-Sanpetthey reaching out in helpfulness and Junction to Sanpete coun-t- y gathering under their protecting Thistle road line. leaves the'poor and downtrodden and Thistle-Wasatc607 24.3 No. those who are bearing the heat an' burden of the day? Say, that old tree miles; Thistle road Junction to Wacan talk for hours if you'll just start satch county line. Wasatch-Carbon- , 608 14.7 No. ' him goin.' miles; Wasatch county line to Carbon county line. ROADS OfJU Road Engineer Howard C. has prepared a number,' and mileage system to include all high ways of the state. Each road is numHOMEY PHILOSOPHY FOR 1922. bered and the correct mileage given. Now talkin' The following Utah county roads are that everybody's through the air, why not let the trees included, with their numbers and mileDo you age: hold a bit of conversation? Provo-Sal- t 01 No. Lake, 22.6 see one in the back yard tall, dignified, stately? Gee, when the wind miles; Provo courthouse to Suit Lake blows how it bends, but it don't break. county line. 12.8 miles; No. 602 Roots are deep and firm in the ground. State Means BEAZLEY & CHATWIN CANDIES. ICE CREAM Fountain Drinks ygv JJv lsf Company Graduation and Class Promotion kind that breaks evenly and Street. time is Down Comes Ibe Price of Coal at the Following Prices: At Yard. Delivered. Tmn $8.00 $8.75 Nut 57.00 $7.75 ' Slack loads It will be a pleasure to serve you, and if you will allow us the tunity, we will try to make it to your advantage. morel Ask Your Grocer. ROYAL BAKING COMPANY .$5.00 ill !;! 1:1 Utah Timber & Coal Co. USE THE PHONE Phone 232. Ii; 9 near--- - to look attractive for this Every young lady and young man will want important event. YOUNG WOMEN, AND YOUNG MEN, STUDENTS, we are prepared to equip you fully for your graduation and class promotion needs in attire. little cost. 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