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Junior club at Elmer's cabaret last I Thursday evening. Cards were the main diversion. Luncheon was served at 11 o'clock. Special guests were Mrs. J. V. tlagan, Mrs. E. T. Cluff and the Misses Minuie Williams, Vera Craven and Lucile Peterson. Friend of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse P. j . i program In the Lakeview ward was ; Warner pleanaijtly surprised them VINEYARD AND LAKEVIEW, j under the auspicen of the Aaronic last Thursday evening, the ocea-- ! The following priesthood. pro- - sion being the anniversary of Mr. SOCIETY PAYSON Katherine Jiansen, Vlda Murdock, gram was highly enjoyed: Quartet, Warner's birth. A variety of games, vocal and instrumental music were Burton Scott and Lowell Varley Messrs. Alfred Madsen. Irwin o'clock luncheon and son jenjevfd. WoT' was servedAtto11:30 to Salt Lake Monday to tie Nichols 4". Those from . P. song, the are Calf- -LaKe. Junior temple excursion. The party Clinton Shaw; "Our Mothers," Pro-wa-s were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey of WM Mr. and Mrs. chapercned by Mrs. Harriet feasor Swenson, B. Y. L; Quartet, Mendenhall. Mr. and Mrs. tMurphy rf ber parents, Alexander of Payson, Mr. and Mrs. Mutual presidency. '"nr)' tfflDS. William Hinks of ..Majrieton. Mi-. Kerby Allen of Juab is visiting Peterson Mrs. Eugene friends and relatives In Vineyard, Violet Jackson, Misses Artie and L little sons, John and Don, Mrs. Allen and family have been in Pearl Nesbit of Provo; Messrs. i"!'n Strong. Boyd Roberts, Glen i . ti.e weekend Vineyard for the past week. SPANISH FORK SOCIETY Alleman of Provo; Lloyd Ashcraft Satuiday evening Miss Leora Mrs. Peterson's mother, Holds way entertained at a card of Springville, and Wilford C'hrls-- j Huish A oriJe's shwef . as party. Those present were Miss Tut-da- y tensen of Salem. enter-Mrs. J. A. Lawhorn and daughter Vlda Mrs. Dave Shuler Murdock, Verona Clegg, afternoon by Mrs. !fae Dart, Arlene have gone to Pocatello, last Sunday tor Mr. Messrs. Leroy Gammon, Joseph for Mrs. Estella rrtw-oPurt. dinner " o r Wlehtman. Mrs. Clegg and Taylor Allen. i Tle rooms were with Idcha, to spend a month visiting J. A. Lawhorn. fErr.il of Montana and Mrs. . Vineyard and Lakeview were lilacs and apple bioss-miA I well represented at union meeting e-telling nr Salt Lake. both was muon enjoyed in Provo last Sunday. by the younger members of 'he Pearl Beck of Provo, Jena V. party. Mrs. Amy Carbell sang two Clegg of Vineyard, Clifford B. solos, accompanied by Miss Heat-ricirtnts, nr. auu Wright and Emmett Hayes of Carbell on the organ. Miss Pleasant Grove were Spanish Fork Helga Jones gave a comic reading, TAKES STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. ,., FYiday afternoon to the visitors last Saturday. Robert Crandall of Springville j Miss Eloise bringleson gave two A dance will be given in the classic dances and two club. U a, readings nas proved himself to be the fastVineyard ward amusement hall were given by the hostess. At 6 est on foot in a Clars Hean auu uusui dash in Mon- - next Friday evening under the auso'clock a buffet luncheon was have returned from tiAan Btate of Utah. state At the haa the dam M. A. of the I. Refreshments served by Miss Margaret Dart, aspices Mrs. wu ker A cordial invitation sisted by Misses Hattie Sorenson, track meet in Salt Lake City last will be served. tne year. Khool pwi i vim- - is extended to all who desire to at Helga oJnes and Eloise Bringleson. week, Crandall surprised the Saints Viuenn urofucf mo tend. iu kuh naay last guests were Mrs. James and all concerned by coming out yt L wjtii Mr. Nebeker at the Margaret Reese, Hazel Nuttall, H. Francom, Mrs. Argyle Evan3 and L r tt'unmlnf Erwln Bunnell and Kenneth Olsen Miss Electa Drollinger of Pay son; fully 20 feet ahead of all, taking I inhn R. entertained represented the Lakeview ward in Mrs. Bryan Stewart of Salem, Mrs. the Spencer Vfdal shower Tuesday after- - the junior temple excursion He is displaying two gold medals Marie Crandall of Caryhurst. There f i n oVi tat ho were 30 present. very proudly today for his good, friends of the Thirty-siTuesday the Relief society of the The marriage of Miss Etta Olsen clean work in the county and state Miss Lakeview ward held a special ses- to A. R. Carson of Salem was lady were present U1 be married early In sion at the meeting house. The pro solemnied 'May 10 in the Salt Lake meets. On Friday evening of last Cur Simons of Burley, Ida. gram was as follows: Lesson. Miss temple. The young couple left im- week 40 classmates and friends Vinna Bunnell; isong, Enid Shaw; mediately for Grouse Creek. Utah, surprised Crandall at his home, nd Mrs. John H. Scharrer Icing over the arrival of a piano selection, Margaret Reese. where they will make their home with cheers and good things to eat, f j, burn to them Sunday, Refreshments were served. Miss Suse Huntington entertainSunday evening the Mother's day ed the members of the Sorosli for the honors he had brought home. Miss Rilla Crandall of Salt Lake City was in attendance also. herBel's rooms. Then she threw Claud Smith, with a corps of civil self upon the bed. She heard Bel left Tuesday for Hanks-ville- , ?nglneps, maundering Incoherently to his to do surveying work Utah, valet; the valet seemed to be trying Mr. Smith and to make him listen to reason and for tYj government. expect to be gone until the falling ln the end. The neck of a party of this year. Their destination decanter chattered against the rim ind of a glass, there was a lull in the will require about 100 miles of travel by truck and pack mules. IBT I ml murmur of voices, then a thick cry and the thud of a fall. After that SCOUT HOME TO BE MADE. the quiet was little disturbed by ths LOUIS A plan to build a scout home in valet's labors with the body of ths drunkard. Eventually the man Spanish Fork canyon for the Boy went out and closed the door. In Scouts of the Nebo stake, is on the subsequent silence the clock foot. S. D. Strong of Springville know I wash here, shee? If she don' chimed BEGIN HERE TODAY has been asked to sell a portion of twelve. know I wash here, she's got nothln' r live years of married life, Luclnda rose then, and changed his ranch in the canyon for this So shee? on nothln' you me, 'tall, )A DRUCB decided mat to her simplest street suit purpose. Room for a ball park, don' know me, you never heard of ath, youth, beauty and social For half an hour or so she was wimming pool and other recreafor me, shee?" lion were not sufficient . tions will be required. busy at desk and dressing-tablpluu. The heavy drinking Mr. Druce." "Yes, book and her a promiscuous flirtation of her Sick with mortification, Luclnda packingwith cheque other belongings ln a jewels Ceduraeth, Wales, pays UIT, had destroyed his wife's turned from the sound of that babShe did not falter noPenrhyn small hand-bag- . for him and he has beea taxes. A movie promoter rents heard fool and her bling voice of a once or waste a single move through ntd thai his next escapade he town hall on shares and when meu a definite break. Events own name pronounced. Indecision. Indeed, it did not once the balance sheet was la this state when "The car is here, Mrs. Druce." presented rewas there occur anyto her that the studio of was discovered that the it In a wild stare she identified the ' cently meant she what DALEY, motion picture face of her chauffeur, saw that be thing to be done but municipal movie had done away to do. in, on the Invitation of understood the situation and was ,T LQNTAINE. husband of her one o'clock, she left with the necessity for levying any after Shortly taxes for the coming year. anxious to be helpful. glri chum, Bel snoring, crept down the stairs, T LONTAINB. LonUine Is "Wait," she quavered. herself let Infinite stealth with and to form a moving; picture it And then by a miracle of will out to the street. putjr In California. Luclnda is power she managed' to master her Interested In the work at Spurred by irrational fear lest Belfitly but laugrhlngly reJecU nerves and, putting aside her horror lamy wake up, discover her flight, offer of a chance to and humiliation, took thought quickand give chase, Luclnda made in kvt in the next picture. That ilr at the Palais Royal. Lu-li- U ly and clearly. haste for Fifth avenue; a cab slid up remem Ish to do "All wan' I with Daubeney you dancing to the curb. Its driver with two finn in intoxicated couple crash ber, If MIshisb Druce asks if you've to his cap soliciting a fare. Luthem and fall to the floor. seen me, you never heard of me, don' gers clnda breathed the first address that 1 ON WITH THE 8 TORT know me 'tall shee, Jtm. get what came to mind "Grand Central, Wt cackles and guffaws of I mean?" and shrank in, hopped please" As Luclnda approashed the porter i broke out on all sides, a space tearfully away from the windows. letred round the unfortunates, must have guessed who she was, for At the station a negro porter with he spoke to Bellamy in a low voice, e you all right, ClndaT" Dob-ute- and the latter swung round with a red cap opened the cab door, and took possession of her single piece of She nodded and tried to startled eyes and a dropping Jaw. and when she had paid off "Let's get out of this." She closed her fingers on his wrist luggage, and looked to him ln inde--waitr Luclnda Insisted. Per and all her strength into that the taxi put cision, prompted her with: "Whut ihe's hurt" grasp. train was yo' wishin' to tek, ma'm?" brushed his arm aside, only to "Come, Bel," she said clearly and An instant later Luclnda was woner that the overthrown woman not unkindly. "Please don't keep me dering why she replied: "The first regained her feet, and now train for Chicago, please." She knew watching her partner In shrew-tr-y no reason why she should have as, grinning foolishly, be named Chicago rather than any bled up. other city where she was unknown V dumbbell!" she clumsy and where she might count on being ed In a voles that rasping tree to think things out In her own have carried clearly half time and fashion. the room. "I hope to Gawd enough sense not to dance with XII Jl 4T ? ,issss' Win when you're pickled!" shocked. Ar- -I iTNEXPRESSIBLY t catching her first glimpse of on Will call tomorrow. rivingten a. m. Meanwhile Bank nan'i crimson face, Luclnda a. you Bettina, a Plymouth Rock hen d all at once to of Michigan will supply you with Daubeney's owned by Mrs. George Blevi8, Anfunds In any amount you may reidento be quire If you will to pleased thony, N. M., adopted a litter of he never air. Southard quite knew how tify yourself pups when she was deprived of her sot back to their table. there. brood of chicks. The author of this telegram, which XI on Ihe morning of delivered was T even with the three sides of fifth day ln Chicago, was the box affording their false punctual to the minute of his ap'bow of ! SUMMER SCHOOL privacy, it never pointment; otherwise he would hard--1 head to sit down and been che rectilinear gentlehave m school that ho nothing had happened, the man of the frock-coa- t to fly at once from this was. was still predominant that Harford Notwithstanding Willis was pledged to a code of morfn moment 8n rested stand-fM- e her eyes, darkly als and manners vinted ln the early dilate, II Daubeney's. and so Implacably elghteen-elghtieSHOULD FORGIVE "WHY I ' him, of course?" antagonistic to the general trend of HIM FOR BEING TRUE TO m made a vague gesture of present-dathought on the divorce question, his great affection tot LuTriBhtfu11- -' wrry i . . shrugged. "Don't be. It waiting. The car is here, we're go- clnda predisposed him to allow that your fault." the course she had taken with BeW ing home." : one his con Presume we Vuldnt have been For a moment the balance wav .my had been the only Dobbin ventured ered, then Bel's eyes fell, and she duct had left open to her. C!,' ' "My dear Luclnda," Willis intoned knew she had won. : It wa. Bej. x mnk "I must say you seem "Oh, a'right," he mumbled with deliberately, I. O. O. F. Hall, Provo, have the carriage- - strange docility. "Dldn' know you tc be bearing up remarkably well, wa,t ln 0 r.M ware waltin', Linda. Get rl' ln the all things considered, Miss Venice Jepperson Mney surrendered a car the oe with you in Juab a minute." well." and drum- HI announces the opening howling called for the check as "I've stopped "No," she said firmly "you're went out ming the floor with my heels," LuII of her annual Summer coming with me now." street door she "if that's what you HI clnda atgave ths She drew him away He yielded mean. admitted School of Ballet Dancing When I found It didn't do together without remonstrance, permitted illcriagneclt "And hurry, pleasel" her to lead him to the door of the any good, I gave it up, and Tve felt III for the season 1922. ever since." Wuted respectfully and and more cheerful Willis car, stumbled ln on his knees, repeated ln a i "Cheerful!" ' OPENING DATE seat. crawled to the up ed . the street., move sepulchral voice. t? closed door the Luclnda m followed, beiflmnd immediate human an like "More average reason to behind her with a clap sweeter than JUNE 5th k hurt but ly a tent foot . B, And with tas who's been horribly be should life see lth an affecuonau arr muslo ln her hearing. who can't why III the car shot out of counted Thorough courses in j a total loss for all that." shoulder, of the door- - purringof gears those leering faces. Ballet range bo would Technique, Pan- "You dont think it ol nnning by-Luclnda had forgotten Dobbin as worth h.r already Willis suggested as i tomime and Esthetic while," begun to utterly as If she had never known one ln duty bound, "to forgive BelII Dancing for children and ij flBarh. him. .. give him another chance?" HI jjl adults. Bellamy lay ln a loose slouch, lamy, "I don't know that I've got any ,, The passing heavily. breathing Willis. S Nttled on ,7. "Tl-Mr. him, to forgive i - lights revealed the stupidity of his thing The course will con- - ji! U bad ruuiuorWhy should I forgive him for being III tinue six m . v worry congested features. His eyes were true weeks, lessons ill himself? It's myself I cant to half closed, he seemed to be ssleep. was I lj because to silly enough be iSthTta given three days a ill When at length the car stopped, forgive, to let him go on as long as i aia, llj week vsryhoa mh.1. - she Mondays, Thurs- - ni out and, leaving Bellamy jumped stock . . to the care of the chauffeur and making ms a laughing j!: days and Saturdays. ij) I'm not so sure It's good for us m oouar footman, ran up to her rooms. 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