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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
A" ' avs-t--v ." r s'' " J "V ' tf - FEBARY 8, THE HERALD, THURSDAY. 1923 i D m i 0 n FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY in are here No .wonder this store is thronged with enthusiastic shoppers these days. Special values sion Low prices predominate on qualities which cannot be surpassed by any store. . t 0 f - SALE OP TAFFETA DRESSES - See the newest Taffeta, D re s s e s just received --JKarrented fast Greatlyreduced for this NEW VOILE WAISTS Values to $2.25, for i O'CLOCK FROM 9 TO Gaze Marvel TISSUE GINGHAMS to sun and washing; 75c yard value. yard value. ti lue. - -- Extra :,, 24c ma-gram- STYLISH S values mm $3.95 . ia $35.00 , -- : -. ,- r Sale lasts for one week onlyonty one week in which to avail yourself of this splend id opp ortun ity . - and Mrs. William M. Roylance tertained a num'oer! of frienda at The their Mmc T.nesaayevntmj. rooms were most attractively deco-I rated with re 1 hearts and carnations, 'in keeping with the Valentine spirit. A delicious luncheon, carried out in the Fame decorative schehie, was after which, seven tables-jD- fj j served, ".IftO" were olaved and tlii?artl J ... , savings; - Values to $12.75 for "Eh- COATS-Tremendo- us In visiting our WHITE SALE you willhnd some of the most wonder ful bargains offered you in years , nd wiU include a. banquet and an afternoon of games and music.' All those who have reached the age of 60 and over, all missionaries' widowers.' widows. wives, and the bishopric anTIhelr wives are cordially invited to attend. 1 98c This Reductiori on CHILDREN'S-COAT- - 39c The old folks committee of" the wards are Sharon and Timpahogos ipreparing for an old folks' entertain ment to be held Monday, February 12. in the Timpanogoa ward' amusement hall. .The affair will commence1 at s 29c NOTICE Sold by the piece only. "39c Taiueryard large for LARGE TURKISH TOWELS 39c value for til far-sight- ed -- 98c itot-tchlki- ie Cotton goods have advanced and are still advancing, and women wilhwelcome this chance to replenish their summer supplyffngrand Wash Goods at the extremely low price we are offering. - ONE LOT SILKS 98c 60c. --A An enjoyable time was spent' by those who attended the dance in the Second ward amusement hall- last eveuh:s. T'hi".. was ft? swrrd of a: series of five'danres to be given The Peslffsij the ward Mutual. Players furnished the music. The next dance will be held . Wednesday eyenhig, February 21, All are invited. -- rvalues to DEVONSHIRE 50c BATH TOWELS . -- 29c - profu- 31USLIff AND FLANNEL LADIES' FANCY HOUSE GOWNS ' DRESSES Values to "$2.25. Values to $1.75. BRASSIERES All sizes y ybur choice' at, yard 98c 98c. SUEDE GLOVES 1 19c ROMPER SUITS Values to $1.50. to $1.95 J while " they last 69c 98c Lot 1 KID GLOVES JValues TABLE DAMASK $1.25 I glk-pancig- g. KNIT-GLOVE-S 49c Yard ' - is v w officers and WKarerT ot the ward and their partners at a shower af- their home . Tuesday even-InThe affair was in compliment to iMrs. Lawrence Jlaycock. formerly Miss Lorna Booth, a bride of last month. Poftvd planta and ferns pret-lildecorated the entertaining rooms. Games and music were enjoyed, dur- Tnf wTOch. a deliclousnrarlieoir was served to 21.- - .Many useful and beau-- ! f ifuU gifts' were presented the Honored j guest, Ladies' and Children's WOOL Vplnpft to 75c, for -- EX1EAJPEG1ALFRIDAY ONLY a : r: uu 1 ' ' o r n t n kS mi ii i ii rv n 1 rt'j 7r ; rrayiur mtertainea 1 NO RETURNS-- NO NO EXCHANGES REFUNDS EVERY SALE FINAL. ' .. - ' " i m him Biifc ;o Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olsttn. Alma, Van Wagenen and Mrs. J. W. Farrer,' ii'itt- -r two receiving the .consdla- th iu I H II I i- -n I I A A I I " I I I I 1 II IA II II M I . l r-- s. v m A J I L If iZ! 1 . n. . . Mrs. E. C. Rodgers was hostess to the members of the E. L. E. club at her home Wednesday afternoon. The rooms were attractively decorated with sweet peas, and daffodils. Luncheon was served, after which two tables of bridge were played, Mrs. Sam J ones receiving ' Present were Mrs. Sam Jones, Mrs. John "U. Buchi, Mrs. Robert B. Patterson, Mrs. Frank W. Demlng, Mrs.- - Mark Ander-son- , Mrs. 0 R. Thomas, Mrs. Mark Tripp, Mrs. fted G. Richmond. the-favoi- v Mr- - auu Mr. i. " Jdsi-ii- t: i (i. Hughes, . Farrer, .lr. and ISu" Mrs. Fred Jnbutor3 Mr. and Mrs., Alei Mortensen snent the week-enin Salt LakrtyTheH weni lo attena the weddlnrreceDtion given Fjidy .evening at the .home of rror. ana 'Mrs. J. W. Jensen In rnm Pllment to their dan eh tnr Cram and L- - t t0 ' whT&l . - . The'"Sun Jay "scHogrsuperintendenoy of the Pioneer ward and their part- ners entertained the officers and teachers of the association and their partners at the home ot Button Miller Wednesday evening. Games and music were enjoyed during 'which a delicious luncheon was served to 25. - r - r-- - vW i t'V - . Mrs. H. B. Ashton entertained at a bridge luncheon at her . home - this afternoon, In compliment to her sister, Mrs. Francis . Jones of Bellevue, Idaho. who is here ' visiting her :. ; :"'' . self-invite- tabehnacle choir' : - lectures TONIGHT 7:3ft, 9:15 ELAINE IIAMMERSTELN ' v.v 4n ,i -.',- UNDER OATH And Comedy ' " FRIDAY f AND SATURDAY jYNPIIAM STANDING : ?THE INNER MAN" ssMnd1 ' 1 TRAVELAUGIIS 1 1 Send your portrait for a Valentine. The only greeting that only yovL can send. ad j i Columbia Theatre Bldg. Provo, Utah i i jr. ' f , ikvr. ;: j?tft -- " - --' : r 4 J - -- - - 1 . i i Salt Lake & Utah Railroad , OFFERS SPECIAL RATES UTAH STAKE TEMPLE WORKERS' EXCURSION A GKmpsie of ' :,iv'-- -- : , ., ; Starting mm " grow your own: Phone Eight-O,- " C ; tlJ- " s- . - . ! TUtOcrrDUdaro . Globe-Wfml- t V rk Sectional Bocae If you have anything in this line to sell, call J . on us and get oui prices. We guarantee a square . deal ( r ... - -' G BT IT A TJ:.. -- X BROTHERS COMPANY JAYLORFURNITURE DEPARTMENT r . j SbfeflVStt<c Agency 1 , ASK AGENT FURS, HIDES AND PELTS .''Where the FJowerTGrow. , JL WE ARE PAYING HIGHESTPRICES FOR iraperior. We are pleased to show them or will send illustrated catalog on request. 1 Trappers, Sheepmen and ATTENTION Caltlemen In construction, design and finish the uiobeWernicca case .ma no "-- " i...i,..:ar5ijj - Fare for Round Trip From Utah Stake Points. TrainsfLeave 6:15 A. M. and 8:12 A.M. ...v. . . . ..$1.75 Springville i 1 n a ji IL95ii One Way Provo i1: Globe-Wernic- ke applied. i Pro vo Greehhoue : sections a-fe- Sectional Bookcase is recognized as standard by the legal profession. The sta-bility of the makers is a guarantee that future needs can always be The -- which completes the setting. yASi S y : l 'W. is z grmoing Ubrarknd the VtlJSK.ivtlM eUllSJIi- - to when the. florisOs called upon to arrange flowers for The Pussy Willow added to the Spring Flowers is just the touch of nature ; The Lawlaibrary, firstirall Pussy Willows, the Har binger of Spring, Valentine's Day and Easter, are the twajr days we have .to look forward gifts. February 9, 1923 Sectional ' - -- -: next spring. VALENTINE ... from now till Spring, then plant them in the garden and --. the course, t inter-media- te We have them now. Buy a few eprays, place in water, watch them grow and bloom PRINCESS :.: t- l, d Ir. Bowen of Ogden, who were united in marriage in Salt Lake Wednesday - . wi last.weeK. , Store. Mj-s.- ' Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mortensen spent In Salt Lake City. They the week-en- went to attend , the" wedding reception given Friday evening at the home of Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Jensen, tin and Mr. Bewen of Ogden, ,wha were united in marriage in Salt Lake Wed nesday of last week. , - Everybody's of Quality Merchandise OUeri, Judge and Mrs. At B. Morgan, . Vr. and 8wm O'. Nielson, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hedquist, Mr. and Mrs. obe . given at 7:30 unrh Mnnria avmi. Mr. and Mrs. Abe W, WOMEr NOTICE is. - An in- - I air. and Mrs. J. B. Sylvester, jurner, 10 gins an 1 Mr. arid Mrs. Mart Roylance, Mr. nd rtfnUnJLeeuueu The class in personal grooming, women lnterested- - Mrs. Alma Van Wagenen, Mr. and E. Maw. 4 Mrs. J. W. Hagen of Spanish Fork, under the direction of Mm C. met Monday evening in the Central ancTMaster Billy Roylance. cSfj high school auditorium. This class is given free of charge to the girls CARD OF THANKS. Prof. 3. 1 R. Boshard has and women of Provo, and Mrs. Maw announces that they can still accom- work on the opera' "Ermanie,We desire to thank the many kind modate a few more. There will be presented by the Tabernacle cBblr ? neighbors and friends who assisted us more in one Stagg, Miss Phoebe Carter, Miss excellent program, dancing was en Carol! joyed in. the amusement hall. Wilde's Miss Helen Kavochevich. orchestra furnishing the music. A Stubbs, Mlsa Lenore Vincent, Miss ost enjoyable time' was spent by-a-ir mother, Mrs. F. L. Allred. Helen Leavitt, Miss Nita Johnson, who attended. .Mrs; Maria Jacobsen was pleasantly Miss Norma Knight, Miss Billie Bean, The amusement conimitee of the Surprised at her home in Lakevlew Miss . Etta Ellison, Miss Margretta Third ward will give a married folks three Tuesday afternoon by her children Ferrer, Miss Lucile Strong, Messrs. during our recent Bad bereavement, Eiden and grandchildren. The affair was Frank Field, Latham Klmber, West-phathe death of our be Wilde's will orchestra through evening. Karl Johnson, John son and brother, Robert KesblL In celebration of her 70th birthday an- NfelBon,Biil nish the music, AU are' cordially Thompson, Alden Johnson, : cially do' we feel grateful to the niversary 'which occurred on that day. Glen Vincent, Jim Durrant and Ralph vlted. members' of the American Legion for An elaborate dinner was serVed, after Ellison. during the The members; of the Ladies' Aid the use of automobiles which games and music were enjoyed services. For the many kind words the met of church d Community society the of following guests: Salt Lake by Mrs. Dave Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Albert jacobsen, Mr. City is a Provo visitor for a few days, at the home of Mrs. Richard' Beesley of condolence, which made our burden ana for the many beauand Mrs. W. E. Williamson, Mrs. Dora the guest of her parents, Mr. and ins. Tuesday afternoon. During the after lighter fc bear, we are indeed floral tiful of offerings nonn refreshneedlework, Miss and dainty Johnson daughter Ethel, J. "S. Linton. 25. were to ments served appreciative. Eothiel and Miss Avis Jacobsen. Mrs. O.' J. Poulson and Mrs. Elmer MItS. FA DTI? XEST1IT AND FAMILY. , Mr. and Mrs. T: J. Young and Mrs. -The member of the second J. S. Linton motored, to Salt Lake third year class of the Sec- j Tuesday and spent the day. ... ond ward" Sunday school, with their ... ......... ... . teacher, Miss May Johnson, enjoyed An interesting program was given ELIMINATE YOUR ERRORS a sleighing party Monday evening. at tho "Artivitv Viffiit" meefinef of lunch-tn- e a. the delicious ride Following Third ward Mutual Tuesday even Headache, eve strain, dizziness eon was serve at the Johnson resi- - ing. "Resolved, That continual effottil nervousness. How? Yes, brings greater success than does ex-- ! ceptional ability," was the subject ofexamine your eyes. My nie let an interesting debate. The affirmaI of ion Side the and tive quest winning glasses are guaranteed to give was upneio uy .viiss tviium uuuunuge positive results and Miss Rhea Dixon, while the nesa- tive was represented by Paul Dix'on and James Needham. The judges were " DR. G. H. IIEINDSELMAN Powelson. Prof. George Bishop ThomajTRomney and Miss LaVieve HuiSh. Three instrumental selections With Heindselman Optical and Jewelr.vercpaAy were rendered by the mandolin club.: Prof. E. D. Partridge and company; a Uk A successful surprise party was carried out on Kenneth Shaw at the home "of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shaw, Wednesday evening. The affair was in celebration or Bis birthdayTuinlversarywWcn occurred on that day.. Gaines were enjoyed and an interesting program furnished, including" th following- Reading;- Miss Wilma Good ridge; vocal duet. Misses June and Enade Shaw, accompanied by Miss Ruby .Taylor; piano selection, Miss Mary Poulson. A delicious lunch, eon was served to Miss Mary Poulson, Miss May "Wilcox, Miss End Menden-hal- l. Miss Margaret Reese, Miss Mae 'ScottMiss Bessie' Williams, Miss Wilma Ooodridge, Miss Grace Williamson, Miss Ruby Olsen, Miss May Jef feries,. Miss ReU Williams, :. Miss Ruby Taylor, Miss June .Shaw, Miss Enade Shaw, Messrs. Carl Henrich-seCannon Jones, Vaughn Bird, Preston Glade, Wesley Jorgensen, Walter Whitehead, "Lynn Goodridge, Alton Kartchner, Willis Robinson, LaMar- - Scott, Clinton Shaw and Kenneth Sbaw. Many useful gifts were presented the guestr of honor from his assembled. i Mies MabeKJohnson, f Jenson, and Wss LaVIeve Hulsn gave Thompson, Misa :Connie a. splendid reading. Following this Hardy, j Thomas Miss Ellen t..i, l : VLer Pen8Uaw' .jir. twilLrer, t?r? 5frK?BSiil' HP Provo Jlido Fur-Company - Warehouse 6th S. and 2nd E. (Old Cannery Bldg.) . : ' ' 1- 7 - . " -P- hone 367 . . . v ; ' .