|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
1 -- TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1925. V.": TOE PROVO EVENING llEILUJ). ' 1 I 1 .L ; ' i - mm Z2 5? A"R J) t! I if PROVOWOMEH U LAME we ffave To the first six purchasers of LIVING aswonderful our UT and TABLE. NOW the tables have all been sfren iway-Bsortment of lamps still are real gifts with your purchase of Living Room Suite before April 11th. V,- the Counril'a "ADnul Member- - , ahlp Affair" ALL, jremea our Joy to We luTlt ; -- r" share; Wa hope to meet you there hrlng a friend; , The time In interest ' TOMORROW ot women - ,':" weTl upend; y Speeches abort and maslc Inspiring, nothing tiring, Joy, fan, surprise Ffcrget your, trouble or break a rule Come to our Baaqnef on "April , Pool" e, corner TJnl- Women's Terslty avenue and Third North. April 1, 1028, at T;30 p. m.. pUte arantee We guarantee a Special Attractions in $1.00 Tbe beautiful blue bird quilt will be siren away darinic the early evening. All ladiea Of Provo are cordially Invited to abare in the evening'a pleasures. also . giving a Mr. L. R. Edwards will be host- to the members of the Utah Herod club at her homo Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. William Roy- lance will be assisting hostess. The Aleeetls Story by - Euripides wiU be riven by lira. 8. I Hlckrf All member are lnrlted to be present BeautifuLLamri FREE This is your oppor tunity to save. Mrs. George Startup Mrs. S. C Vincent and . The MANY SUITES ALREADY SOLDp rove our values. KILLS THREE NEWARK. N. Games, music and luncheon were the dlvergiong of the evening and were enjoyed by the following: Mr. and Mra. Carl Peterson. Mr. and - .' FARM BUREAU Folly Guaranteed. lS-pla- te ..... 12-ro- lt . Come ut and look them ovef mm.mcKERs 170 - " a year nan ativc. They could not le otherJUr. TayW. "Mr. Wekh went wise. It is impossible for any memthe dirertwrs of Jhe or-- ber ot the organisation to reap bem-titaltwe h'Wap-epaniKHito. las I have aeea..tUi and UrswtTheBi to tote fiw aaaT'T by his neighbors who are also hae Anne eerythug poeedble aaembera of the organisation." t rrate aaore haraaony- - between rresideht Taylor, when pressed VrM and the r$aiaatMa and to give other dt--t ailed information tM the: awsaibeis t the exerwtlTe e6cernlng ihe eonlroversy, was vtaittee that wew' w4 have the told hot to do so unless Mr. Welch will of Sir. was present. ..' smii'es and the Welrh. andlhy have agreed with Suggestiona were made by several of the farmers prvseut that Mr. Welch be invited to attend the "There haw bev three different meeting but this Idea, was discourtiresiilritts and three different aian-- ) aged by lYofessorrteriBrhode; assis T the farm bnreau and the clared that nothing good could come ! saate dtiMtioh has attended every from debate xia the question. any e: Mr. Welch has nnt bee wilt-- j Chris Jeojicrsoj and Leo J. iwe t ftwwraie with thein. I also ntade statements rela: Knight was Mr. with , fe.Kt the tnaWe service rendered in tlve to Hanw-M- . mr ftooer pireiMdeiii. lie their the good Mr. WelchV . by locality rewored and the Mr. Welch Mr. Keilson'of Palmyra expressed E. IX Wad-- ; set issildat the earnest desire that no Injury to Icy- rf rieawah Grovtk y the farm bureau" should cone , no Mr. Wdky wwa Treinowdya matter what the outcome of the conMiimarr f the organuatioa and troversy would be and that the UX . "hiMs. a tfrancer to all 4he farmer of the county would unite formers and to Sir. Welch, was .ap- - stronger than ever to see that the " Mttted manaser, and then we life aad theTsefuhietss of the farm able to wrmild (set bureau be tfcW5W,w organisation should be ex ' t'hiACS dos. The wood wee Mr. panded. Oritts was in the office he toM me j that it wxxaM be InapossiMe to iret d LnX!HX-Th- e Times ttday i y eooperatioa from Mr. Welch Texa a aupple- ed aiM a apv : it ok? s eid i ! ; Special Prices : 1 Spring and Summer Weights ,. MISTS NEW STYLE RbW fcj&vWu llkafk Ctt KSsfe4 aV-wit- pjr f ...10 l- Si&StrrpeR3U4. ... LADIES" NEW, STYLE - . ! I .si.oo lacfci h pub-lishe- va ' . i - ""i j '"rrr- - ' MrmtM. L.D.S. Mmruc4 libte 338 W. Center, Provo, Utah fr h4 wtt Kbfcl - ; WILFORD PERRY Phone 175. y.UriiversityyeProv - A covered dish supper will be held In the Mena Trope hall Thursday, April 2 at 6:30 p. m. sharp, to Your choice of any LAMP in the store with purchase of SUITE. WITH FREE LAMP eeifni Silk Stripe .... it costs you nothing. - EggertMen. cawiatmw rial Kait Inc. e, Garden Seeds. v flower Seeds Grass Seed Clover Seed Gladioli Bulbs Dahlia Bulbs Canna Bulbs Vegetable Plants Flower Plants r Perennial Plants 2 Lawn Mowers Rubber Hose Hose Couplings Garden Tools Incubators a Poultry Supplies Seed Potatoes Asparagus Roots No Interest Ao Interest the eiwuitj fitrta Go Down WILFORD PERRY Easy Terms Easy Terms (Cortiawd lWMt faiije ''; 81. whkh members and friends. of the church and parish are cordially invited, eapecialiy those interested id the proposed church building program. While some unsolicited food Is contributed by each housewife, the supper will be tinder the direction of a committee from the z: Ladles Aid. The social committee under tbMIrectlon of Mra. Lenhart will arrange a program. Clayton 8. Rice, newly appointed home missionary superintendent pf I evinced as I ran be that the farm lteMe. the Utah, will pay an official visit to ! ' the the church at this time.' There will iW 2trdw that fitted spirit existing between Welch and hureau will not endurewithtinder orthe I urbanisation. f.waF nrar lrtw preeeat relationships be a meeting of the churoh cabinet i4rj A was BMialy thro.h the ef--1 ranizatfftn and the. county agent. 4 . the .waurty w and board of trustees. . . . ' ..r I1..LJ. at..! t.M t was "The benefits from the farm bu-- ONLY $163, " 90 ampere hour in Rubber Case. . . .$14.75 105 ampere hour iir Rubber, Case. . .S17.95 for Dodge In Rubber Case. . . ...$21.25 l$-ph- te d high grade finish March New Batteries made by Prest-o-lit: Mr Baker Cut Velour This Loose Cushion Suite, very ioftnd comfy; J V . Dattery Prices Alf Ridge, Mrs. AUIe Conningham, Mr. and Mra. Ottal Green, of Pleasant Grove; Mr. and. Mra. Bert Smith, Mr. and Mrs. 8ydney Vin cent, Mrs. 0. W. Bailey, Mrs. HytUffl Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Borg,' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunn, ilr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ponn, Mr. James Dunn, Miss Lorn Dunn, Mr. and Mi Hteka; Mr."nntf-1Ralph Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Joehna Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. .8tartup, Mr. and Mrs. hnrCj5en,--Mr-anMrs. Kenneth Crayen, Mr.1 and Mrs. Ralph Craven, Mr. and Mra. Elwood Dunn, Miss. Mauri ne Dunn, Miss Carol Dunn, Mr. and Mra, Grant three-piec- e mobile In which they were rldliig crashed Into a tree In Branch Brook park., una uann. Mr. fH'rsous were killed (XV) Thn and three ot'ra prolwbly fatally hurt early today when the auto- AUTO CRASH assisted by lira. Arthur Craven entertained at a surprise party at the home of the ; former Saturday, evening In honor of Mrs. THIS IS A SALE OF REAL MERIT f Our-Me- n's Department club-hous- every. mm Besides J GIVE BANQUET SOLD SIX SUITES ALREADY a beautiful R00MSU1TES saving on Suite from PAGE THREE. 1 : n. ..... ..f ....... SO - ;.1.00 singly e beeae-MWelchfw- he nntacoafctic to the tana b- -j ' reaa'etfice. ' We reaaowd Mr. TOM and ria(vd Mr. Warnirte la chars of the tfW writh the saaie twult. -. Mr. WeWfc will refl tw that he and then he iwiH eoorerate with 1 BMHit" containing an elaborate re Than-day-att.h- f. t GmU wl m rsXx. st. JENKINS KNIT GOODS CO. aci. l4'wlthyyr bt .. " the The Alpha Tono club will meet at the homo ot Miss Edna Johnson Thursday evening. April Z , Needle-wor- of j althoo$h,he Is hrn hwreaa and the officer that A4nt ' 4saaiaA. knows what Quaker oats. For richness, for smooth deliciousness, no other, has ever compared. Now we offer it in a quick cooking oats-Q- uick EVERYBODY It ttndard foil else tad weight packag- e- , Vadhat lMpoodst Lara9cinda,7os, . sfilewdid work with the la-dhidiwil farmers... I am . Jn?4 a k, EVOIYCITESADSUCH1 music and luncheon will be the main feature ot the evening, "ryiiy;'.T. "v""?;"?"; .J.'';:';:MS3;t- Quaker. cooks in 3 to 5 minutes; makes the richest breakfast how the quickest Millions have turnedto this new Qjuaker 'delight wonderful it is. See how vTry it yourself. Yflar grocer now fcaa two kinds - ef - Quaker: kind you zLartkSQrjh!3Quakerpti fhojabel. prhat means Quaker flavor the "hot oats . :Oatithe bare alwtye knoajra tod Quick Quaker. ; acthr the trouble: he Twa not ewHwrate with the otfSee, of That 1 ; Get QUICK QUAKER Cooks in 3 to 5 minutes - hro helter m set quick cooking Ju5 creamy ricliness Mrs. Devere Chllds entertained at her home Saturday- evening In hon or of her son Orlo, whose eleventh birthday occured on that day: . The entertaining rooms were prettily decorated in an Ehuter scheme A large Easter banket extended from the celling In the dining room with streamers going to each place and fastened with a tiny v Easter place card.. A beautifully decorat ed birthday cake containing eleven lighter candles formed the center piece for the dining table. A birthday dinner was aerred, covers being laid for the following s U tmi are kauri to voar spetkl acissfct--- at family dinner Sunday at ' her home. A bouquet of rosea formed the tynterplece x)f the 4inlng tabler t overs Were laid for Mr and Mre. William Ashworth. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Ashwortb and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ash worth. The Root Fol club met last home of Mrs. J. W. Boardman. The entertaining rooms were prettily decorated with earn tions and potted plant - Needlework and music were the main features of the afternoon af ter which a delicious luncheon-wa- s served to elgnfeenfnewl8, .The In- vited guests included the following Mrs. Joseph Ward, . Mrs. Dean Strong, Mr Edgar Simmons of Richfield Mrs. Hans Chrlstensen , and Miss Vesta Strong. view of the resource and industries ot the lone star state. A special message from Governor "Ma" Fer guson was a feature of the aupple- - guests, Louise Russell, Millie Lamb, Katherine Jones, Helen Van Wagenen, Lnclle Collins, Fay Brown, Whocm-Ue- j sell good ctadj j Cyril Condon, Johnnie Lamb, Billy . rroanbeA. He has tohl at time and Howe, Max Warner, Miles Romney I Want to ewpera and the guest of honor, I SCtl the farm Nrea Following' the dinner; progreeslTe ' 4fic. Close dwn games were played and prises farm etfice and do all of awarded to Lucille Collins and Cy ' that wrfc. la far a yonr It ia per--' ril Condon, wTresibK lhrtt$h Bay office, and Miss Ethel Lewis was assisting ' ihr a be aMe to ret alouf we hostess. 1 OLD STYLE Mrs." ATE; Booth entertained' a St and milk" breakfasts doctors are urging In 3 to 5 minutes. . . . That means the superfine oats you want the finest grown, the most delicious in all the world,- - - .