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muETYi Dances Visitor furnished by the Kiwanis members. A rose bush was draws as a prize by Nepht Straw. Supper waa served to the visitors and membera by Mrs. Flora McPherson. gft. SPANISH Harding, JIIki Lole Miner, Miss Loii Larsen and Miss Vida Mur- II dock. AND VINEYARi LAKEV'tw j w aegg Md Wallace cleg motored to Cottonwood canyon of Thureday, where they will spend Hia scott, daughter W ye" . . t w.i hn ra-- the week-enWells and daughter r?tnher home, after spending Mrs. O. F, aon Louis are spend-K- J f ivweseful year at Dixie, Merlene and the weekend at Provo with been tag teaching has she attend school at Berkeley. The children and teachen of the Second ward Primary spent Monday at the home of Mrs. John Cfcilds. The time was rpent in playing games, a program was given by the children and dalaiy refreshments were served. Mrs. Blain L. Kindred, litle Btab Jr., and Miss Lois Miller of Spanish Fork are spending the wwk u Misses Lole Miner and Lois with relatives in Mammoth. aen were Provo visitors last Fri-Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pierce of day. Brigham City were guests last Loais Clegg and Murray Mur-r- j week of Mr. and Mrs. Jolin dock of Vineyard were Lehl visitors last Wednesday. MIsk Pearl Palfreyman returned home Wednesday, after spending two weeks in Salt Lake with her sister, Mrs. Corn well. SPRINGV1LLE SOCIETY The following Beehive Girls of the Third ward enjoyed a weinie roast at Round peak Tuesday night: Miss Velma Mendenhall enter- Lucille Straw, Virginia Packard, tained the Novelty Circle at an Ruth Smith, Josephine Menerary! afternoon Friday. The rooms were Marie Kindrew, Fred Brown, Alton decorated in lilacs. Packard, Grant Packard. Eldon Pal- charmingly Those present were Melba Nelsen, freyman, Maurice Anderson. The Vesta Anderson. Ella Ward, Clara hours were merrily spent in games Clyde, Mary Bird. Melba Tew, and campflre stories. The young people were chaperoned by Lela Priel Hutchings, Hannah Carrick, Boyer and Helen Groesbeck. Hazet Hanner, Pauline Southworth, Mrs. Dwight Packard was host-esKate Frandsen, Marjorie Parker, at the Sorosis club of Provo Vivian Harrison, Annie Starr and Wednesday afternoon at the home of M. O. Packard. An interesting Alius diiu. , Mrs. Charles Binks spent Wed- - program was given and dainty renesday and Thursday in Provo with freshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whitney have her mother. Airs. m. b. Btreoie oi rrovo spent returned home, after visiting in Wednesday in Springville. Oregon. At the regular meeting of the Mrs. a. urown or cotton spent D. Kiwanis club, held in the club Sunday with her mother, Mrs. W. Bird. rooms Wednesday, May 24, G. L. Miss Eliza Packard who has been Barron acted as toastmaster. A. O. teaching school in Davis county, Smoot of Provo was the principal returned home last week. Miss speaker. His subject was "ImprovePaplrarrf " left Mnnrlav.. tn .1n(n ment of Dairy Stock and Benefits " parents in Los Angeles. She will .Derived Therefrom." Music was J zL j Wllliamt was host- appointed dinner party her home in Lakeview. Kdtiful bouquet of buttercupe M attractive centerpiece, were laid for Miss Vera WilWVlu Alice Whipple, Walter tinhead Jr., Seymour uray ana r D uh nn a Bessie Men-denhal- L r ytry yassen of Provo and Wm Lystrup were the gueato of fci Mrs. C. E. Lystrup of Vine- last Sunaay. L amusement committee C Lakeview of ward will give a n the ward house Fri- at 8 o'clock. The mem- Vhive worked persistently at lesiroui of a hTlteL j lagre crowd. All s Inlay evening Mm Jens. V. a entertained at a card party A lanso uiihuoi. ut ' bOUe. n a cut glass bowl formed table centerpiece at a well apThose particl- ted luncheon. t m the pleasant aiiair were Alice Olsen of Richfield, who v.; ding school at tne a. nh E Clegg, T. Ford Roberts M. and the hostees. Se following from Vineyard at- G the Primary meeting at the Hh ward meeting house Friday Lum Mrs Michael TJnvd. 1 ' RM Hyrum Larsen, Mrs. Roland i. SPANISH FORK, May 29. John aon of Mr. and W, the Mrs. Joseph Argyle of Lake Shore, died Friday afternoon after a lin gering Illness of eight months from cancer of the glands. The disease attacked the little boy soon after a spell of influenza. Besides the parents, the boy is survived by three brothers, Rell, Evans and Lorenzo, and two sisters Leah and Lenora Argyle. The funeral services were heu at Lake Shore meeting house Saturday at 1 o'clock. NEW SPANISH JUNE BRIDE Hoosieir Special 4) See 40 FORKER. SPANISH FORK. May 29. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dudley announce the birth of a son last week. MEMORIAL DAY NOTICES. As Tuesday, Decoration day, Is a legal holiday, no mail will be delivered by the city or rural letter carriers. Our Window Exclusive Hoosier Display Features No Relief society meeting will be held ln the Fifth ward Tuesday on account of Memorial day. DELIVERS YOUR HOOSIER The Service Star Legion desires every member to be at the Pioneer park at 8:45 o'clock Tuesday morning. All husbands and fathers of Service Star women are cordially Invited to be present. EASY TERMS. BALANCE ON FREE! FREE! FREE! f. 10-PIE- m life iti LOUIS JOSEPHVAN ouslir whsn she felt Summerlad's From Our Last Issue) XXI a of Hollywood, and forgot to think It Strang s Oat sha should not resent love to by a man with on chesks and lip and ye ll mmm wiin masoaro. Ibi foaling that sha had oast Kail in strange Places was Quick Mr off, in those three days of k with the Summerlad company, MONTH TXfiW Lu-Snd- be-pe- y altai for the first time enfold ben tad whin, murmuring ths terms of endearment appropriate to both the parts the man was playing, he put his lips to hers, she knew, both despite and because of the tumult of her senses, that she was lost. Control of the situation between them passed ln that Instant from her hands to his. Released at length, aha looked round, dased and breathless, to find tun of It wasn't Ludnda threw that, durlna-- the business of the kiss, nU Into the detail of every hour a party of uninvited onlookers hadis tnoandous test, and liked It been added to tneir proreasionai aucu1 41 tbt seldom had liked anything A motor-ca- r had slipped up en the .1m was another side to the buai- - group and stopped, and one of Its of course. One heard dark two passengers had alighted and id of the uglier side, one even drawn near to watch. raMit lUmpsas of it as Ui the This was Bellamy. of Nelly Marquis. But aware-- S XXII of It had no perceptible effect ,3b ttti spirits of those with whom stunned eyes )cbte found herself associated tor MOMSNTABILT of Bellamy only kdm being. Some of the younger .. as a swimming blur of flesh-colWwi of the acting dtvlslon shaded by a smile of hateful md to taks life a thought serious--Ttfe- " mockery, her wits handicapped by them--tm- t as a rule, meaning, conviction that it waa all up the more experienced panicky now with Linda Lee. tu about their work with Jests In another minute or two, every- ir on their lips. The common at-a-' summed up to this, that makpictures waa all a huge lark and rtctly between those engaged In It) aimed good joke on the people paid the bills. kt for the part she was supposed pity in this picture of Summer-!'- , Ludnda never managed to serf an intelligible exposition of tt ta'ion to the plot. Both Summerlad d Jacques seemed strangely vague their own minds concerning it, and if Drake frankly confessed she dn't read the 'script anl hadn't faintest notion what the picture ta or To tae best of ber observation her &wu that of an involuntary vampire: vamp. A vamp longer means of necessity a aplre, a scarlet-mouthesedu6-of itrong men's wuls. A vamp r be a far more socially possible won than that. an Involuntary vamp, Mise Lee to meet Mr. Summerlal under mantle circumstances and lnno-"itl- y n r It wean him from strict fidelity PARTY CF UNINVITED ON the ehfljTns of his betrothed (or it LOOKERS HAD BEEN ADDED TO AUDI Js wife), Miss Drake. THEIR PROFESSIONAL ' Antic circuit. stances thrilling. Miss Lee with by her horse W6 takiiig an early morning can-- ' ln the mountains conveniently iiacent to her family's suburban MrSummerlad, similarly en-'happened along at the right ,,e t0 observe her peril, pursue, " "natch her bodily from her sad- his arms at the very Instant ner mount was plunging head- a precipice. After which sorted her n vai t &y the two Indulged in ejhuu normal P ttpected and Summerlad were VZ? fctographed time and again. In ' to6llun hoM, and olose-la- rr 'r die-CrJ- 5 fi lde by "At the Hollywood, of course. Many thanks." Bellamy waa punctiliously gallant about helping Ludnda and Fanny Into their car, then returned to his own, wagging a cavalier farewell to Summerlad as the latter sptd away ' with Jacques. They had been some time under way when Fanny broke ln upon Lu clnda'e meditations with an ecsUtlo murmur: "Priceless!" Luclnda came to with . frown. "I'm glad you think so," she said shortly. "Don't be upstage. Tou know it's Why didn't you tell ms priceless. your Bel was such a lamb?" "He's not my Bel any mon, and I don't consider him a lamb." "Then I presume you've no objeo-Uoto my vamping him?" But Luclnda was inattent've; ho had lapsed swiftly Into an abstraction which had less to do with the reappearance of Bellamy than the issue of the Summerlad affair; Nothing that had happened s'r.ce hnd . served to erase the impression that first kiss, nothing conceivable The could seem half so momentous. presence of the camera had meant nothing, they hf.d kissed In earnest! mute, her lips had confessed too - about. i . Bel." ENCE. body present must learn, by nightfall the studios would be agog over the news that Linda Lee was no less a personage than Mrs. Bellamy Druce. All at once Ludnda discovered bow passionately her heart had be come implicated In this adventure. To hear the Inevitable verdict read upon her career before it was fairly so launched. "Another screen-etiucdeto I" an were aront woman ciety cent by the side of which It seemed a trivial matter that Bellamy, no more her husband but by tha oraca of the flimsiest of civil fictions, had caught her ln the act of much. It remained lost woman. She was possessed with a species of rapturous alarm . . . XXIII k self-estee- N sequel Luclnda knew two days made up of emotions singularly stratified. Most of the time, of course, all of it spent with Lynn or ln dreaming of him, she wa merely but comprehensibly a young woman in love and glad of it. Nevertheless. dark hours alternated in apprehension of what she was resolved must be her final talk with Bel. Luclnda found it by no means easy to compose an attitude which ohe could depend upon to dishearten Bel decisively, without going to the length of telling him point-blanthat she was in love with another man and meant to marry him as eoou as her professional commit-m-it would leave her free to go through the mill of Reno. "Go ahead, Linda, by all means on It' divorce me If your heart's one could almost hear him say "but don't tell me. you're doing It his just to marry a man who paints nose for a living." Somehow one got scant comfort of the retort obvious, that if Lynn did paint his nose be at least did It With nothing more hsrmful than, I dismounting kissing another man. .. Notwithstanding, her cheeks were sylvan ,wt of the stream; and glade by finally In hot, she experienced Infinite vuxa-ttoarms, with Miss Drake of the knowledge ahe was P surprUe them as they shaken by gusts of irritation In whose grasp ahe could almost withsuch scenes ars a oom-w- , out a qualm have murdered Bellamy Picture-takinLudnda where he stood, if only to quench his -v grin. 7. n Was to - a..MM. graceless 1.1.1 w-im Bis gay salutation fell upon ears fflrtbeen Incredulous. "4 iwtt dangeruoely for the "How d'you do, Miss Lee. Don't say you've forgotten me so soon! Druce, you know, Bellamy Druce" "Don't be ridiculous, Bell" Wwlt to his kUa. and kkM "Can't blame me for wondelng can your seeing the way you stare, vfl nada nA a If f sura a host" "So you are," Luotnda retorted, shocked Into gsspto ooherence by Ktm tmnnJana. ""l cant Imagine a TO wthlt with ail th stoicism. greater surprise UK. vou. But think of mine"II X mean, of course, thf astousnmani paint. . M 1 JTV a nv pv ' kHrt WU Uinmntn. e,,r4- (Continued lde- - W r n 1,7" ' g, Tv1 u only to be de termined whether or not Summerled had understood their message. If he had, Luclnda well knew, she was a HOOSIER. MARKETS The Bride's Elect The New 'Hoosier. Special9 Cabinet Saves Yoia $20.00 Hoosier Special saves you $20.00 gives you all conveniences of the best ordinary kitchen cabinets delivers it to your home. HOOSIER CABINETS save MILES OF STEPS. & bjjgf. It" and $1.00 CHE II SB&& Buy Now Jffiggss Save Money- - Taylor Bros. Coinpaey fc ri1 1J THE BIG DEPARTMENT STORE EUREKA 56th Anniversary- - PROVO $1500 Given Away July 5th. was some scattered local and com-- , more than a year. The mother is mission house buying, but the grief stricken as this is the second locals were disposed to await for ; daughter Mrs. Gunnel has lost something to happen. The early within a year, her daughter iMauriel dealing in the May delivery were having died of the same disease fairly liberal and mainly of an even- just nine months ago. She is sur ing up character. Deliveries on vived by her mother and the folGeorge, Arthur May contracts this morning were lowing brothers: 1,400,000 bushels and fresh receipts and Frank, and one sister, Jessie. were 300 carloads of wheat. After Plans have been completed for opening easy with values showing a the electrification of the railways to 1 loss of May $1.25 to $1.26 and July $1,22 4 to of Java. the market rallied slight$1,22 A bell is rung mechanically ly then began to sag. whenever a Tocamo Inventor's door SUGAR. knob is turned. NEW YORK, May 27. With the Chinese kill millions of ducks raw and refined sugar market closed today trade in raw sugar each year to supply the demand for was mostly of an evening up their feathers. character, but prices were firmer An attachment for circular saws on covering and buying by trade interests, closing 2 to 4 points net has been invented to keep their higher, July, 2.70; September, 2.90; teeth free" of chips. December, 2.96; March, 2.95. A producer gas driven French Refined futres were nominal; July, 6.05; September, 6.10; Decem- motor truck uses charcoal, coal, coke or wood for fuel. ber, .0t. Sugar futures closed steady; approximate sa'.es, 7400 tons. July, A Californian has patented a 2.70; . September, 2.90; December lock nut that hold3 tight even on 2.96; March, 2.95. a bolt lacking threads. . A Swiss town is populated solely POTATOES. CHICAGO, May 27. Potatoes-Fir- m; by women, who carry on an extenreceipts, 43 cars; total sive dairying business. United States shipments, 693; Wis:::rr!f::::::::::f::::: consin sacked and bulk round whites, $l.501.60 cwt.; Michigan bulk round whites, $1.50 1.60 cwt.; Idaho sacked rurals, $1.60 cwt; Idaho sacked russets, branded, $2.00 cwt.; unbranded, $1.7018o cwt; new stock, weak; Alabama sacked Bliss Triumphs, No. 1, $2.90 3.00 cwt.; Texas sacked Bliss Triumphs, $2.502.75 cwt.; Florida barSpaulding Rose, double-headerels, No. 1, $6.00; South Carolina slat barrels, Irish Cobblers, No. 1, few sales, $6.00. l-- 2 c, -- d Jepperson School of Dancing I. 0. r ll m F. Hall, Provo, Utah. Miss Venice Jepperson announces the opening of her Hiannual Summer School of Ballet Dancing for the season O. 1922. OPENING DATE JUNE 5. Registration day Saturday, June 3 : hours, 8 a.m. to 3 :30 p. m., or call at any time 444. Thorough Courses in Ballet Technique, Pantomime and Aesthetic Dancing. The course will continue six weeks, lessons to l e given three days a week Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Terms, $10 the course; payment in advance. Miss Jepperson is a pupil of two famous m !' teachers, Marguerite Stewart of the Metropolitan .Ballet, and Stefano Mascagni of New York, known as the world's greatest dancing master. i ii::i::::::::::::::::::i::::: IF YOU BUY YOUR EDIBLES AT MARIE GUNNELL SPANISH FORK Anniversary 56 th Speed Memoiria! Day Where Yon W: I 3! BURIED k st ( With every Hoosier Beauty purchased during month of June we give you absolutely FREE this Beautiful CUTLERY SET. FUNERAL SERVICES HELD. Funeral services were held at the chapel this Hatch undertaking afternoon at 2 o'clock for Lillle May Slutter, 55 years of age, wife of James B. Slutter of Thistle, who died in Provo Saturday evening after a prolonged Illness. Mrs. Slutter had lived in Thistle for twelve years, going there from Cripple Creek, Colo. She was a member of the Woodcraft, Camp No. 61, of Cripple Creek, at the limn nf death. Rishnn Georee Powelson of the trail Third ward was the speaker. Musi U th fell, one or tne most w ucoa sns naa cal numbers were rendered by Prof, sj ever experienced . . . i w McAllister. Interment was 'Bur wherever did you bob nil made in the city cemetery. t "from the east. lleTaVst nighPglndfl. the msJfbefore. ott entertaining. Congratul Mr. Summerlad on th LIVESTOCK. played your little scene Jui SAlLT LAKE. May 27. NORTH Only for tne camera over ti steady, 146; Cattle Receipts, have sworn you both meant "Don't nut too much trust In 3trone demand. Prime steers, $6.75 camera, Mr. Druce," Summerlad 7.25; good steers. $5.256.25; terposed blandly. "Rumor to the taeA m- - steers. I4.505.50; choice bl the trary notwithstanding, cows and heifers, $5.005.50; fair " lie to been has known thing 4.uu "H'are you, M. Summerlad?" Bel- to good cows and heifers, 5 nd! cutters 12.0003.25; canner3, with irre lamy met his impudence ii.ROiai2.00: fat bulls, J2.503.00; slstlble audelty. "fJo we meet again, boloena bulls, $2.003.00; light thad Weill pleaeai Aer 'Jroumstances vodI pal vps. t7.00(3'8.00. last time, whatr wnr ReceiDts. 264: market 20 "Conditions are what one makes cents steady strong demand. higher, In California. out I here hope them, top fat hogs, 175 to Choice prime healthlel climate find the you'll 225 lbs., $10.60; bulk of sale3, $9.95 than Chloago's.' feeders. $8.609.35. ... "Trust me for that," Bellamy re- fliin.15: Sheeos Receipts. 1,126; steady torted in entire good humor. "But, t demand. Choice say" he glanced In feigned appro to higher; good choice fat lambs, henslon toward the camera "not ob8.50; fat wethers, $7.50 yearlings, am It? traffic, structing $6.007.00; fat ewes, .uu(gi.ou. "No fear, or Jacques would"ve bawled you out long ago." GRAIN. "'Bright," Jacques averred, com CHICAGO, May 27. Trading ln "AS Ing forward to be Introduced. and the marwas through for today, folks," he called wheatwas light today ket easily influenced. There back to the company. "La's go"! "Anxious to see you, Ltndev of course, and have a talk, some time when you're not professionally em gaged' said Bel as they strolled to ward the machines. Tou may call on ma Friday, hr 56th Anniversary FORK BOY DIE8. SPRINGVILLE, May 29 Funeral services for Marie Gunnell, the daughter of Mrs. Myrtle Gunnell, were held in the First ward church Wednesday, May 24 at 2 p. m., Bishop O. B. Huntington in charge. Prayer by John S. Boyer, Jr.; p?ng, "Sometime We'll UnderManwaring and stand," Helen Hazel Bird. Bishop G. Ray of the Second ward and Bishop Huntington were the speakers. Song, "Face to Face," Frank Bjarn-son- ; benediction, Orson Hutchinson. Marie died at her home Sunday night of heart trouble, from which she has been a sufferer for May-coc- k W HITHEAD You will be sure to enjoy your dinner or lunch. We are always prepared to serve you with the best in fresh, canned j id green groceries We de- - "4 1 liver promptly. PHONES 67 AND 68 We Are Always at Your Service. 9 '