|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
' ' ; ' - . . THE HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY SI,' 1923. s,it37T .. ' - " - . j. , - - - . i Mr. ad Mrs.. Charles Wright, Mr. and Mrs. KarL Kelleretrausa,- - and UrA ana Mrs, J. C. Snow, tormed a party - and enjoyed supper at the Snow rest ;dence, following tha dance in the i Fmirth wnrd amnnfmont hnll Mnndsr ! evening. A most enjoyable time was For Your I .1 i ' T, i JU, - . . it has. more" than the ordinary 7 leavening .. strength; it raises, millions of because bakings every day , i light. , to--a spent -- mm. vine wnere tney were dinner guests home of Mrs. WillianTFtaygare. at the ' " g iMfE mm Ufa-- . "I " 1 -- .T The Elks ladies met Jnlreiculkri ociai session in the. Elks' club rooms Monday evening. The card game '500 j was the feature of the entertainment. Mrs. John W. Guy and Mrs. Boshard receiving the prises, the latter being awarded the consultation favors .Dainty refreshments were served to FRIDAY- , m;. II zr i-v- : -- 20.- " of the Pioneer ward will give a dance in the amusement halt this evening. Wilde's orchestra will furnish the music. " All 7 areinvtted,- - -- I Wjtt 3atjS! TOMORROW'S WATCH , PAPER . The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers camp No. 3, will meet at the home of Mrs. James Bullock, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. I I I : i , '.".. HEW amusement hall Thursday evening'at 8:1$ o'clock,. All -- Araieiiialialtyavitea toattend. - Lovely bouffant styles in Canton and Flat Crepe, Trico Sham, Taffeta, and other charm aU JhejRewjstf!; ing materials with adorable lace collars and clever ribbon trjm min shades: Cocoa, Rust, Mouse, Sand, SageGreen, also Black and Navy. The Sunday school officers and teachers of the Bonneville ward will: give a dance In the ward amusement hall Thursday evening. The Jepper- eon ui That invited: tmi a TONIGHT ; T A ?;45 ; YELLQWMEN AND GOLD" J? :a pefruit, 2 FancyiJ flmrtorwiSa for Am Tj KK it It t i 1 -- S .Ca friends. . The Ladies of the St. Mary's Guild mot Monlirry afternoon at the home of J frs. H. K. fasewalk. - Durinir tha : n'.l lr i K UCiU f I i Also better thanThe Old Nest"! FAHLEff and COMEDY was Bervpn in ium-iicu- a. Riy. r 0 .10 i ar; 3 IEUI PHONES 19 ' III know ' it does only half of your ' hMd laundry work. The, Simplex does other half quickly and easily; " m iJwashii.g machine had. made .' ttS(T fi'llt fauUleaslyOpfln vv..' w your part. mm v w. half a day to do by hand is Aa.Jts Px an hour. in . . : dispoj Beate&tplerlroner. - PROOOCW BY HARRY - Miss Earlene Bray was pleasantly surprised by a number of frienda at her home Monday evening. A merry ' ',lpi"j!gii.1ivm wMi c"''? and musivj during which a delirious 'luncheon was served to the following: M! Oknda j , Miss The'.nia" Oatherutn. Miss Mary Ftiehl, Miss I.oulse IUekie, Ml.-Martha liray, Mi.us Fay A'xler- bergi Miss jaabelle ilenrie. Miss, Vera Jackson, Miss Oeralditie Selman.-Mfss- t Dorothy IJray, Mis8 Teira Stiehl. Miss Vonda Gatherum, Messrs. Max Kleskie, Robert Gatherum, Dan Rlexkiov and Ross Bray. v a- il ' i X I --r- For s it I inthe An. interesting session, of the First ward Relief society was held Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jackson gave the lesson on the "AdolescentPerlod." Bishop JJA. Buttle gave a tiilk. A gnlendid stove and xanger be sure to select Knight egg coal size. - and comedy: Matinees 2:45 to 5:30;-Evening- 7:00 to 11:00.' It A . . - ... - - ' . j t. IN M Min;.--f- i h if . ffl ' RIAL' OFFER 9 PWer&LiflMCb; I f- - : - ' . '... i exclusive Agencs Jior.. j?8gagSttgr?rrr A m- --- AT L--m . . ..A JH PRINGCA or the Home. ISmZAJ ' APT OnJlicr-im- l,fc.0U THE DETAILS OF OUR 4V . j ajfor hours no tired arms no ruffled an iron withaamile while comfortably There.f U'iiJeWi Phone 459 tra done" . Siunue-Jet)person- j Ihe preferred vein canyon, thus gjving: unequalled jnarket-prepar- '' mouj 5 toge Succos j Ml , Mined onbCirom - washing Veveral wearlsomeThours of ironing by eaaly , - i;. bam ' W an aiirtv du Special the for, Wildes orchestra will furnish o dance music. AU mamea-x. ,. cordially mviiea 10 auouu. . SpringCa Note the weekly disposinglorthlTamily ViJ jtt jW I much easier one. But tit m The Relief society of themrst ward will give a dance for .theiarried folks the First ward sdcttl hall; Friday f The arraTr will be in the j electric of . r . jYoOTeohviriceTlha . vJ In a t Ib helP. but kn nif features nave x : H r yera" cBl03 with VaJentine. he -- Fa , M-rMrT"and Mrs. and Mrs. Shijley Hco, Mr." and Mrs.! R.'T. Joiies motored to Spriiigviife , Sunday een4(- wMre- theT""were guests at a dinnnr given by Mr. and fkr.- - Ivan yfhildsTind .Mi". and Mrs. V. WhUtng. Cut fTowers were used I'ro-- " In d;efirating the dining talile. greiye games and -music were later enjoyed. II In ordering coal, it will beio your interest to that there is' only one ' Jl anmjIEIlEIIUIXXXKZXXIXIEEIIEflEI Ia-- YUR electric washer is a wonderful H Uri 'r -- KAMffi mm a isacque apron and haU has beeiuattractlTeir-cro- er T :r O, tf TONIGHT AND THURSDAY "WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME" - IVIeat n form THE STRAND A .large' .c'rowjl attended and thoroughly enjoyed the play ."The Wild- Man' From Horiieo," presented jiby the Third ward" Dramatic dub tof j the Second ward amusement hull i&n The entertainment was a evening. complete success, wa f n elrj5ft of-th- .... .22 ORDERS EABLY 1 ajMJ The Mecoratetr--for-tXlrgeparty. in- - w. Lee. of Salt Lake' City, was the guest of Mr. and Mrn. AhK Hed-- ' quist Tuesday'. : KE YOUR musical program was furnished, thoroughly enjoyed by the in attendance. H.- ........ XlM .iv.;.;.,:7:....l7 . 1 - delicious, D .. ; IIIElIIEIIIIIEiailUIIIIIElllllllllllKlKllimiicisiiKmiKiiKillISHEIllXlXXX::! An STEER SMfflirS trrrrrrr. T. 777. . . .".". . . . . . ..... .Rib MU... . . . . CORN-FE- .. UydnaVIUl "REMEMBRANCE" ...J.ttA1.25c t 81 AA 9 iln a DistributorsofQuality Merchandise - Everybody's Store. Husbands Deceive Has written and directed the new Goldwyn Picture is even I nen RUPERT HUGHES . & A O50 TONIGHT AND THURSDAY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Here's a Pklure That You'll Love . S to .... . ainro,regular85c, for. ., . . ..... .20 Chow, regular ?1.00, for. 75 Bantams Cross il iWllIl and RICHARD DIX VHELlEjN CJIADWICK ' " ' I Also t VAUDEVILLE? PANTAGES ACTS SIX . special February i, 2 and 3. ' 0)1- 0- ' a j PRINGESS ' - : o cyays Only ci3 uary lr2-- 3 PorkSai TIM R 1ST : 5 '' 75 ;: - Mrs. Fred Wilson is spending a few days iff "Martin, with relatives and ' -- 1 1 . rnI .1l : 1 OlEAJEST DAZING POWDER 1 riceRatigingFrom orchestrawltr TBrTTsFthe liiuslc. Refreshments will be' seryed. All are 1 ij tDMampowDEm v wji SUPREME OF The Walters Stockuompany will present "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie," in the Sixth ward k vkmss it,-- ' .a AN I -- ' - want " ' Mrs. W. O. Flygare and' Mrs, A. T. Harding spent Monday In Spring-- perfectly baked perfection that cannot be equaled. , becausejt containsrwhitev the vital element that gives the. housewives protection .against using a baking powder that has lost its original leavening strength. . It assures light, tender, tasteful things every time youtak& because' it is eraiomical- -pure, sure and wholesome. That's why the sale ofCalo-- r met is over lou greater .x:. f than that of Any other bak..:.-.:- . ; ing powder. A pound can of Calumet conthrnm fall 16 nrtnTL. SamM ilit powden com in 12 ounce ing SnmtmttA nf IS aniiM can. Rm tare yoafetjapoundjwhenyou I - ". of-eg- 1 COLUMBIA, TONIGirr, WITII FIVE OTHER ACTS AND FEATURE PICTURE. wd .