|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
THE FROVOEVNGTIERAIJTDNKDAY, MARCH 18 1925. PAGE TTir.EC Springville Society J o. i THE ONE-PRIC- K sweti i - v Th the NIke Bead-- A 'missionary beeefit party wljl been held tw siren ta the Fonrth wanUusuat Ing club thaC ' (o Mrs. Elisabeth Whltmore went to t the bume of Mrs. rrestiw G. nieut hall Thursday eveuing. Sptea.- - Eureka last "Friday t be gone fur a did music haa beea arranged for bug been pokpimed fur one . short time. f everybody to Invited. . ....... HOUSE" ' y Mr. aad airs.' Sterling Lawrence of Ogdea were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, W JL McKenxle Saturday and Sunday. b" l'terin a4 Sf - - .- "vr 9: - -- : - If Little Miss Marias Miner who has Mr. J. D. Watsoa will entertain been very ill with mumps is improvU1 W. P. dub bold Tbe U the Thursday Afternoon ll Bridge executive board aieietiug at' Ute club at her home Thursday, March ing friends will be glad to learn, Prov public library Thtjrsday 19. Bridge will be the eotertaln-meu- t Mrs. W. O. Mt'Kenle and son bare Blgbf at T o'clock. for the afternooa and refreah-meut- a gone to California to visit with Mrs. .. will be served. McKensie's sisters, Mrs. Knob The advanced Beehive Girls of dea of Berkeley and Mrs, Ella Burk The ward the Mutual club Third Elks' a entertained at of San Francisco. Iniprowfitm-n- l : aM(iiition ntertaiDed their very successful 8t Patrick' day moUiera Twsdjr utht at the ward daaciug party la the Elkav hall A baby girl arrived at the borne of Games and- - n'fretJiuietita Tuesday evening. The hall was euufx'L were eujoyea, aner which -- eaca decorated in St. Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Tbonns Ta timer last mother was presented with a carua- - colors, luncheon being carried out Monday. in the same color scheme. tiwn. V Mrs. Orlaaa Cellventra, Mrs. Rosa As a special attraction for ladlet Ward and Mrs. Maude Crandall at ont gave they the dance, during The S. C. S. club will meet at some twenty or thirty slip giving tended the state ramp of R. N. IVJW the home of Miss veva Peters permission to make a wish at the at Spanish Fork. Wednesday. Thursday eveuluK. The time will Irish wishing is tK Sti3eii f PaiiHing, Kalsomining, pool. A gypsy was be BjK'nt m,h uellework,' pajues ako on hand to tell if the wish was The Black Hawk committee enter I aud interior dccoralins of a!l und masic. I.iiiuIhh'U will be served. cowing true. As other entertain tained at an' invitation dance r for Spring llouscckaning Time. ment for the evening, Mrs. ray Thursday evening of last week in The en Third wiird Helief swiety loose -- Stiehl sang "April in Kll- - the Mapleton amusement ball. The Ha4 life-lon- g Tke experience and tertained t a syecial Su Patrib'i larney"; an Irish dance by Mist proKraiu at their rceultir Tuesday Venice Jepperson; stunt songs fey J' I I I. rvice. Keuilliics ven riven .... by the orchestra and dancing. Lunch SPECUL Miss Libbie Cook; violin solos by eon was served to about 200 te3 tr--s your wants' and cs guest. solos Uiiymond Iios.; by Limit 2 pairs to a purchaser. will be rendered. Charles Francis the first piinutes prMcf 1 s4 cMtfsl Miss inei Jesaee, eounryTecorder, f of the Third aociety ras at her surprised orpnuizutiou were, read by Miss home pleasantly in Springville, by the Gleaner i Elsie ''. i'ii" Riws; The Aim of the of the. Sprlngv ill Seoond w i: Mrs. Martha Eves; a girls .. I;, iKj 1 SocU'ty," by Miss iig Games and a radio concert furn Lois Gilbert, folreading: by ished the entedtainment for the lowed by the regnliir lesson, given . TVe aw Stews mUct&s f Wall Paper are in " by Mrs: Thomas Hontnev. Refresh evenlngiafter which a delicious . !: ;i; .Wi' M iiiiiiilii I luncheon was served. in cer Wall Paper Department. are ments consisting of home-mad- e Miss.ines Jeisee was presented candies were served to .85 members. Setert pxjxr now and avWt the Spring rush. iTbe filial numlier war an anthem with a book. QinESnONNAIBJS TO M.1BS.' evening was most eujoyabl?'- spent -" e Refreshments were- served. stiiic by the Third ward. Relief DecoratinR If it pertains t Mrs. Reed Bailey will entertnln snwiety cboir.: Hello, Mars, the earth U talking - Uie fMetTa cltib "at her "home Thursday-aftthe has it or does it. Do your flappers bob tljeir hair! motored Mrs. ernoon, Dallin Glen Mr. and ldeasatly-en Cards will be the Do your graadnia dance the Java J tertained the Columbia Sewing club feature of the entertainment tfa!'ii:1i''Y f to Salt Lake City Monday and reHave you prohibition there! and inyited guests at her home at a vlll be served. v turned home 'Tuesday; e bathing suits, high prices St Patrick's social Monday even-inr-- v Ladies' knickers, near Jade beads, The Amasta club will meet Tiw. - The entertaining itx)jiswere -St. Pat- day evening at the home of Mis F. IT. Cellventra has gone to Petting-partiheantifully decorated--ijasv eex novels,. Alice The occult creeds) Taylor. Saxaphones, weird, rick's be the cotors luncheon will evening will en be be . where being . Helena, Mont, v Have you fluffy female bandits? carried, .ftuLJlLUie feame color siHfnt- with music, games and sew- Green gaged In buslnes for sometime. mg. KerreshuicntH wlirbrerrpir: scheme. . M 1 Mil fMl 1 ,JL-Booms and tootrCTE3ngBe Uses -A leasant.evenin-waspent with ci romaiux from the Fr Don't- forget the Relief Society Autos that you start with crank? ' games, music and socinhebat and a The Alpha Tona dob win tmt East. For Tree Te Japan "Fun Makers", will repeat their per Free verse, soul mates, hooch tod (Iniiity luncheon was servetl to the atjfae honie of MisrThdma Bfrangi bring! home to your tea formance tonight at the opera bouse. flivvers of the the following: Mrs. Einma JonesMr8. fragrance cup cemng. iue evening will Admission 25c for downntanrs seats, Vamps and would-bfineat tea garden. Orient' movie stars? Flora Mrs. Vincent. Nellie be Johnson. ... T I in . II "TMt Ok! spent music and tramea. for re- No? Why, then yen must be heaven; 2c tip stairs and Mrs. liste Vincent, Mrs. Hannahl Might refreshments will be served. served seats.ICrandall, Mrs. ilorence . Meiers. ijn coming over Mara. Mrs. Millie Thurftood, Mrs. Nellie tlisen," Miss Anna Booke, Mrs. Mary I)blluist, Mrs. Kuth Farrer. Mrs. lintli Farrer, Mrs. Sadie Iwhs, Mrs. Stella, Davis. Mrs. Leah IL Mrs. N'atilln L. Nelson, Mrs. era Gray, Mrs. Ellen Anderson, Mrs. Flora Knmlseu, Mfa. . Frena . Brooke and Ms. Sarah Ames. ' AW fr war tmste pared with ancthm bridge. "In nbl. Fit?--A timcs," he saj8, 's)ectaeles were ....... USX XXy A BIS IW VwM 4MSKiif. a b dcprrlption written by Haptista Por, visioned out of ''the thin air by tin n nd published in 1558 under the l ""rt,4'v wwfV fctltff" taWSfjr$ rf r'iUIS means of very clever trickery never mum, of Tlie Magic Naturals." effects were common cnlircly explained ,by histoiimis. ' in l!'e 14th century when glass len-?lV9.iu.llM.' Thov timi.'in and Uoninn priests prod iW W; Vi! f c..mpr4i. or geBcrally, kfisvn, Bjiiiear ilbwhttw. the ISsvuwaw rvprrfc TVi ktctr tst Mr,ui.n principal one Uing to throw sptkla- - Roger Macon, almnt the year 1260 trla images uixm t bo smoke of wluite a glass lense as to give good i'tirjiing incense it. is thought by telescopic and Inlcroscopic effects. ! means of concave metal iiilrror. So ve are not, so advanced after air. Amt m3 rain I rassi Thcs iuuigc w,en representations If you delve Into science of divinities passing liofore the spec- - and arts you waitraiscover Ibat tat?rs in canftilly darkened chain there is nothing very knew and we -of fotirteeiiTBrifuTfe- - bave s in VRStde t,'p Leonard Remember, of moving objects liiiuliiiir to those of motion picture work Vinci .made sketches that were fore- A and charmino; mode, it is indeed ncre pr.Mlu.ril. ami Sir Joiin Ma- n- ruiiiiers of the modern flying machplays triple role in the way of Fashion. A So it is possible tKat dfViiitt writes that he saw these ines. the Vc4jh-9d!(;sa Vsnaa)4a ?5w.ks-'clever the combination of frock and suit and behorse, flying carpet, the piclorinl illusions nt the court of the winged m awl 1lBiito, H m Klmn ni AsfiT; In the middle clonk of invisiltllity and the magic f f,;v cause of the new suit coat beinsr lofcijv.it makes rtfSi ajjBSni;In A'SilTTiitoTtlft- r.f t be i a suitable t. "Anyone shown in our larjre" 'r!lii.i sjiw pliniitasuiiigorii' six'cters not have astonished our earliest ke aM i3urs tbilik". mow to the prnjif-tewe as much as uncut will prove a versatile and fashion- -' smoke nt iiiht They upon1 t!h&'n- css ioc aexlerti sfnn- in the Coliseum at Koine. The had 'sonic wonderful tricks of their able member of the wardrobe. lass as cxisteiifv of the camera nt thiit time own that might he wonderful even (ai- - sntnc a 10 our Kophisiicated eyes. is cMjUllied tif Ptoto Ncphi SpringviUc B - Payson'v - $10 value. Pure Silk Thread Decorat Gives Unusual Service 7R1 rrr; a4 R--- B, m D. X R. Interior nc It Co. DixorirTaylor-Russe- ' '' art at yar smit Wit kite CIocEcdHose ' m m ..' lii (C .14 t8 t tle rw V on srice Y ml ward-Relie- Wall Paper ha a! "a m 1 in H jw - Hml rcriia C. : - -- One-piec- es, Japan I i JtWlV aV 31 m m mm, s -- . a? ctirt -- I- h Voa : J wr" . . uu,j ?I ..... e fr 5 .. VJ t - Mxm . The Ensemble Costume Grows In Popularity-Da- i mm up lost-som- lp WTjc-yfrrlfliH-tion- It vertile a y. top-coa- wmv S--vr s HAY GRADES TO 99 A comic opera in two'acts,"prcsentcd by the 'I. "MUSIC DEPARTMENT. . - i PKOVO HIGH SCHOOL . Pnder th direct snpervidon of Mr. Paxman and Mis?csVoolcy ad Egrertsen Jlarch 18th-- aird49thS:15P.M n 4 HIGH SCIIOOIa AUDITORIUM Prices General, S;c? Reserved, 50c , 5pmair Ccslumc? Sccxtry grid Music. . . Reserve Ywrr.Sests I mmmmmmmmmmmiam: . . B II f mf it the Thornton aaTaaaaaalaamaaaaassaaaaaaaaa tick lai II m sat - ; brag Store. PM'aaW aiaal II From ar .-j- A public bearing will be held; at rthc; stockyards in, Ogden; ctftah, March 28, at 1 :30p. m., for the purpose of conducting a public disens- slon Tchitive to the adoption of grades on alfalfa hay. . This demonstration. Is to be conducted by the V. S. department', of agriculture) and the Utah state Ivoard of agriculture. W. A. Wheeleri in charge of the hay. feed and seed division of the bureau of agricultural economics, V. S. do- lwrtnient of agricullurewilU -- la I present to - eonduet the work. Samples' of hay will be provided to work with, but growers anddca lers who' desire to brIiig" :or send in samples, of hay may do so. ; Mr. ' Wheeler visited Utah last May, Investigating alfalfa hay: for the purpose, of establishing grades on it. Ilia investigations have recently, been completed and tentative grade-ba- v. been .drawn up. Before the establishment of permanent" grades on itlfnlfa ha!r, the '' above "pulillcearTiig Is to'MTiehir""" AIIthav producers and bay dealers who are interested In this .question . are luvitwl to be present . . - dfthc Priced Upwards BE ESTABLISHED iissm'sms BaIIBBaBaaBBBSBBaBM Sports Coats Priced Upwards JFrom-- .. . Mil ILIII JIHBssaaaaaBaaaaaCKatma ' T"T SSSSB - $16.90 i V ; a BVIOR J? departAaEnt sibia: of pspvo- . W - , 9 ITf . Jill - "