|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
THE HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922. Los Angeles, Calif., where will spend the coming five m fails IN RESPONSE 9 a.m TOTHIS OFFERING - SATURDAY GINGHAMS DRESS SILK UNDERWARE 25c Value. Values to $6.50. silk Lovely underthings an such an finest brands obtain-2l- e, Ajl kinds, the excellent quality. These are all we are selling staple goods, such as every day. For Saturday only $2.95 IRVINE Wche FIRST WARD. sneaker and musical has been arranged for the at the iday evening services wrA. Meeting will be in A. and rge of the ward M. I, commence promptly at 7:30 oct All are welcome. WARD. PIONEER Mutual will be held in onjoint Pioneer ward 7:30 o'clock. Sunday evening A good speaker been arranged for, also a ndid musical program will be n. The public in general is lially invited to meet with us. BONNEVILLE WARD. serv--f egular monthly conjoint will be held in Bonneville Good speak- fi Sunday evening. musi-prograhave been secured and the a will be furnished by ibers the ward. Meeting and all are of start at 7:30 p. m.( led The 174th quorum of seventies will hold a meeting Sunday morning at 8:45 in the Fourth ward meeting house. All members are requested to be present. BRIGHAM YOUNG'S BIRTHDAY and Verdell Rigby, who will leave Saturday for their home in Hinck ley, Utah, afer spending the winter here while attending the B. Y. U. The rooms were prettily decorated with spring flowers. Games and music were enjoyed, during which dainty refreshments were served to nineteen. Assisting Mrs. Whitehead was Mrs. O. T. Whitehead of Canada. H mothers have found it the most successful baby food. ISordapf EAGLE BRAND MIU. T9 CONDENSED Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crowther have received word to the effect that their son, Osmond Crowther, has been released from the Newcastle conference of the British mission. 1 UllCUOOU. Jlf it Mrs. J. R. Boshard and Mrs. Hedqulst left Thursday for will Mo., .where Louis, they . . T. r 1r i . airs. Dosnaru s aaugnier, jai b. r r Jamison for a month. (ha J i 'Mr. and Mrs. Glen Madsen of 4 Lake and Mrs. EH Day of Fairri J t are the guests of Mr. and (Mrs. I Madsen this week. Mrs. Eamonn DeValera, wife of the Irish republican leader, who has liiat nraeanted him With twins. t i i Bedroom --m r rHrri. ri 11 Of AW il 1 H i K if. (is 4 are sure to find some article that is just what you want to give to the bride at a very REASONABLE 'V-- Co. t i PROVO SPANISH FORK $1500 to Be Given Away July 5th. 5 56th Anniversary. a For your best bib and tucker this eason usa organdie. Or dotted Swiss, if you prefer. Sea green with white and black dots, bright red , with blue with green dots are, favorite combinations. for very blue-dots- the Princess tonight and Saturday. -- tic IK V ! 0 ti particular choice. Today we are showing for the first time the very latest in the Whtye Sport Strap Maxine Slip per with black patent 1 - Why Are Piggly Wiggly Prices Loner? the collection is ample trimmings at only $5.50 Don't fair to see these A Men, this is what you have been waiting for a Sport Oxford in a sensible last. Our newest Whitehouse product is specially $7.50 priced at . . . Rn 1 16-o- 17-oz..- ..9 14-o- Sugar f . 8-- oz 8-- oz sack Per hundred 24-l- b sack b sack I 2 HOSIERY You will be surprised CUV 10-l- at the exceptionally big i. . 4- . . .y. ww.v. - '0 .yS lift "",. for 1 f:a8aaaiisi SCEKB FROM "WITHOUT LIMIT At the Strand Theater Monday and Tuesday. Sego, tall Pollyanna, tall Pollyanna, baby Eagle, Brand y our Get a pair of Spe--' cial Thread Silk Ladies' Hose $1.00 $1.45 $2.85 75 35 b. week. MILK values we are offering in our high grade White Thread Silk Hose for M Cn ladies. Real value at, pair. . . I luU ..9tf 81 4 ..19 POTATOES Idaho White, cwt. $1.25 Less than sack lots, lb 14 ONIONS Fancy Crystal Wax, lb 8 Onions, Chow, Mixed Sweet, Chow, Relish, ........19' 19 16-o- z. ..34 16-o- z. . FISH Dunbar Shrimps 1 Codfish, lb. .34' 15S 30tf Lobster Quarters ... .24 Geisa Crabs Halves. . .44S B. & M. Fish Flakes. . 7l5 SERVE YOURSELF AND S AVE... v ". z. COFFEE Golden Gate FREE with each purchased of a 21u-lcan of Golden Gate Coffee during the coming . ZJfr' Buster Drown Shoe Store Location 81 North University Ave. islxa i. 9 No doubt you wonder why PIGGLY WIGGLY prices on QUALITY FOOD are so much lower than is being charged by other stores. The answer is very simple when you become acquainted with our system. PIGGLY WIGGLY buying power enables us to own goods at lower prices than others pay. No credits extended consequently no lost accounts. No delivery expense, no clerk salaries to pay. If you will figure for one minute you will understand why we can sell QUALITY FOOD at lower prices. BREAD SUGAR JIFFY JELL z Royal, 9 Regular 10c package, our Sugar advancing almost price, 2 pkgs. for. . .11 daily. You will pay higher Better Crust, z All flavors. Lay in a sup7 French, soon. our While prices very BUTTER ply while it lasts. stock purchased at the old Best, quartered, price lasts we can supply Utah's PICKLES lb 41 PreFine with Extra you A wonderful value in 39? Tulip serving Quality SOAP pickles; full new line just at $6.95 received. our Remember Free big FLOUR ! deal on soap will be on all of ARO BRAND Pride of Leland High Pat- the coming week. This u a Spiced, mixed, . . 16$ ent, none better, and every wonderful opportunity to Chow, . . . .16 plain, sack guaranteed to give get a supply of soap at, a Sweet, plain, mixed, low price. satisfaction. 48-l- b. 1 a PRICE. ::: jji ::: EUREKA The new and dainty bits of footwear in oxford and pump type have been trickling in steadily for the past six weeks. Now t You THE BIG DEPARTMENT STORE 56th Anniversary. -- Beautiful display of Gifts that are needed to make the house a home. Tavlor E rdS, Seasonable Foolwear , is complete with useful suggestions for the JUNE BRIDE'S NEW HOME. Rugs and Carpets-- will reveal to you some of the most exclusive designs and patterns at exceptionally LOW PRICES. com- f . Furniture-Din- ing Furniture-Linole- ums Appointments can be made by calling 527-Registration tomorrow, June 3, at the Ladies' gymnasium, B. Y. U., from 2 to 5 p. m. At I wkh r Our Gift Section : : Room Furniture Furniture-KitcRoom hen Living MISS CLARK is the student of Mrs. Algie E. Ballif, Proi. L. P. Christensen of Salt Lake and Stefano Mascagno of New York. WILLIAMS ; ' rV flip8855? Omr Display AESTHETIC DANCING Technique, Pantomime and Aesthetic Dancing, . , mencing June 5. VITAGRAPM If , We Furnished Your Grandparent's Home We Furnished Your Parent's Home- We Will Furnish YOUR Furniture That Will Be Your Pride MISS NELLIE CLARK will give classes in Ballet III i'- , liTi m- k AmunoiuiEcemeimit Use Organdie ii tin Miss Lila Ellertson and Miss Vilate Jones gave a shower Thursday evening at the home of Miss Ellertson complimentary to Miss Martha Ellertson, whos engagement to Byron D. Jones of this city has been announced. The rooms were prettily decorated with snowballs and ferns. A delightful time was spent with games and music, followed by luncheon served to twenty. The guest of honor received many beautiful and useful gifts from the guests assembled. For 64 years ft I worth. Miss Ella Brown. Miss R'('W Taylor, Messrs. Reed Gardner, L land Ekins, Robert Anderson, C,j. Mortensen, Rulon Morgan and R at her home Wednesday evening in honor of her nephews, Wendell Continued Scores of the .descendants of Brigham Young, the pioneer who led the early band of Mormons to the Salt Lake valley, yesterday gathered at the Salt Lake temple to observe in religious ceremony the 121st anniversary of bis birth. Members of the Young Family association from all parts of the country took part in yesterday's observance, and more will participate in the commemorative exercises to be held tomorrow evening. At that time, in the Le Grande ward chapel, the descendants of Brigham Young and his father, John Young, will honor the memory of both and of the nine brothers and sisters of the Mormon seer. Upward of 500 members of this family association are expected at tomorrow's exercises, for which a special program has been A m. was served to Uw following: I Celestia Johnson, iMlsa ' Marts Mother oi Twins Mrs. G. & Whitehead entertained arranged. Mrs. Lula Young Moore, granddaughter of Brigham Young, has been in charge of many of the arrangements for this anniversary. 1L f Com- binations, Chemise and Vests for SPECIAL MEETING. liames ana music were tajo ji delicious lunch! durinr which BRIDES OF JUNE unusual opportunity to secure them at a low price. Silk Bloomers, 19c 1 they June 28 for the eastern states, six where be will labor as missionary weeks. for thf L. D. S. church for two S-O-C-I-Eyears. 1 Games and music were fea'Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lopez of Os tured and -T-Y enjoyed, during which den were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. luncheon was served to the followB. V. Duncan last week. ing: Misses Lois Myrup, Naomi James, Erma Richmond, Jessie RusP. D. Shand has returned home sell. Ethel Scott, Ethel Parker of Mrs. Lucy P. Taylor gave a re- Mr. Crowther has labored thirty from the Salida hospital in Colo- American Fork, Messrs. Eldon Tayin the First ward social months. He will be at his home in rado, where he underwent an oper- lor, A. Glen Hubbard, Carl Henrlch-sen- , ception hall Thursday evening, compli- Provo within the next few weeks. ation tor injuries received last winVaughn Bird, Lamar Bird, ter. He is reported as doing nicely. Rulon Nichols of American Fork. mentary to Mr. and Mrs. George Martin, who were married in the Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Gardner The Elks' ladies gave a card Miss Mabel Stubbs entertained a Salt Lake temple the same day. Mrs. Martin was formerly Miss entertained at dinner at their home party in the Elks' clubrooms this few friends Wednesday evening in Pearl Taylor of Provo. The hall Thursday evening for Mrs. E. G. afternoon, followed by dainty re- honor of Miss iMargaret Pierpont, Clair Mortensen and Robert Andervas attractively decorated in a Lloyd and children of Murray, who freshments served to sixty. son, who will leave soon for miscolor scheme of pink and white, are here visiting Mrs. Lloyd's paMrs. O. G. Bird entertained at her sions tor the L. D. S. church.4 Car spring flowers and foliage were rents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Murdock, home Thursday evening in honor nations and ferns were used in dec also used In decorating. The bride for a few days. Spring flowers of her son, Lamar, who will leave orating the entertaining rooms. in were a a used as of table decoration. gown appeared charming white brocaded satin, with over-lac- e Covers were laid for six. trimmings. Her veil was of tulle, caught with Mrs. James Holmes and daughbridal wreath, and she carried a bouquet of bride's roses and a ters, Lillian, Elizabeth and Clara, shower of sweet peas. Miss Isis of Salt Lake City, spent the weekJohnson, as bridesmaid, wore an end in Provo.-old rose and gray colored taffeta gown, and carried a bouquet of IMrs. Ben F. Rea has returned rose. Roy Taylor was best man. from an eight weeks' trip in Grand During the evening musical selec Colo., where she has been tions Were given by Dr. Thomas L. Junction, friends. Martia of the B. Y, U. and Prof. visiting Ernest Paxman of American Fork. Dancing was enjoyed and dainty Miss Venice Johnson and Miss refreshments, in the colors pink Velma Vincent left, yesterday for and white, were served to 175. Mr. and Mrs. Martin will leave Saturday for Chicago to reside. or J J' r i.