|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
ground and Abouf Springville Gets New UTAH COUNTY lly MILDRKD Fit HALL U, I I 3-85- 63 - t, , ;' 'h ",V , y ' '. Cale and Marilyn Whipple of Los Angelei, Calif., spent the week end in Provo with Mr. Whipple's parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Daniels. He Is employed with the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce while Mrs. Whipple is employed with! the telephone company. r ' " sh ', ?'r - cv . ;( v.-- . r ' J - .v , , ' - Jh .' . ' . .T- - ;-- k Rhett and Lynn Potter returned to Provo during the past few "days after spending five weeks in Helena and Butte, Mont., with their parents and other realtives and friends. They are packing their effects prior to leaving for Oregon where they will be making a home for the time being. j Ms. j; yr:y '', ' ;' ' ' ' .... ' y : ' , -- -jLS '" - ' - , . - T"the intersections . ,. Pi W. A. Rossiter of Helena Mont., visited in Provo on Mon 'JZy , day with her son, David, who has resumed his schooling at Brighara, Young University. She also plans to attend sessions of the LDS .General Conference during the week in Salt! Lake City. SmL t ff' VZA"--"-- l . it j Among- the returning- - college students is Claire Hendrickson of - university here. j The 73th birthday anniversary of Vernerj A. Powell, well known Provoan was noted at his home Sunday. Mrs; Powell gave a winner, covers being laid for their daughter, Mrs. Walter Bench and her two daughters, and Max Powell and Mrs. Powell's sister, and husband, Mr. and- Mrs.. Jack Perry. Telephoned greetings were also received. from children in California, Mr. and Mrs. Reed M; Powell and amily, Encino; and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Powell and family, Fullerton. . Springville city workmen Mnstall new, modern traffic lights on Springville is Main Street, replacing old ones in use for many years. The lights were installed in cooperation with the Utah State Highways Department, because the TRAFFIC AIDS . Street is a so U. S. 1)1. - Mr. and Mrs. John P, Madsen, Duchesne, were among Provo visitors for the weekend. They were guests at the home of a sister and brother-in-laMr. and Mrs. Vcrner A, Powell, w, Mr. and Mrs. Grant J. Carter. of Beverly Hills, Calif., and Mrs. JMchard Turn In and son arc in Provo visiting Mrs. Carter' mother, Mrs. Frank J. Carter of Provo and relatives in Lchl and Salt Lake. A o 0 Open Mondays 'til 9:00 p. m. Free parking at rear of store m : i Lt. (J.f.) and Mrs. William B. Cox flew from Yokahama, Japan last week to Provo to spend a month's leave with their parents, ' Mr. and Mrs. William A. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. DomJnick ContrJ. Salt Lake. Jack Cox, also a son of Mr. and Mr. Cox, arrived home recently from Ft. Campbell, Ky. where he! was serving with the Army. e win auend byu. m j Wedding gifts and 141 Shop; lay-a-wa- North University. "''.' (adv.). Lake Shore Girl Hospitalized Karen Ann Shepherd, Marie and Helen Simmons, Ruby Ann. Carolyn, and Maurine Tuckett, Jeanette' Larson and Kent Mea-soDartlcloatcd in the vouth choir that furnished the music for the Palmyra Stake conference Sunday. Leslie Youd reported on his mission to South Africa and Clyde Argyle was sustained as president of Lake Shore and Palmyra Elder with Bud Jones Shepherd as a counselor and Ted Gordon as secretary. m 0mmmtmmm llMlTMII tl BIIIIISIl!! .. ... !;.,..-- J it 0 twLwvi4& Jm ""n'iliiiiff Ben Roach and Mr. and Mr. Eldori children, Barney and Gardner Barney visited, with Mr. William Barney to bring gifts for her birthday Friday, Sept.j 30. Doctors say that for the ultimate in sleep relaxation, we should, use good, 111 l purified pillows! KKAYr' . FAMOUS PURIFIED PILLOWS res-crvatlo- ns ON Mrs. Edward (Dona) Stone of Former residents of Lake Mt. Pleasant; has spent several Shore, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Parks of Murray visited with i SALE BY THE PAIR FOR r I'm f. ingfeather v i j moth-proo- Guaranteed own, sterilized hospital clean Covered with finest quality printed or striped A. C tick Size 21x27, proof - corded seams all around White Goose 100 Mrand Reg. 9.98 each! r I nRs7 sterilized hospital clean, with finest quality cotton Covered guaranteed all around. Size 21x27. featheriproof ticking Corded seams 25 75 Duck, Down, moth-proo- Duck Feathers, f Reg. 6.98 each! t mmmmmBwmmm Mr. and Mrs. William . Barney and - ANNIVERSARY OUR Mrs. Dean Beckstrom recently. uTI-S- co SALT LAKE CITY rctary of Agriculture, Ezra Taft BcNixcifT ha returned to Halt Lake C!ty ps?lor to taking two "celling" ff Houth AmerlcB and th my o) Mr. . ID mi IT 11 CP m ent. 00 000 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and children of Spanish Fork were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beck-stroSunday. the homes! to renew subscriptions for the Children's Friend, thi week and! next. The magazine makes excellent Christmas pres Don't be embarrassed by loos teeth slipping', dropping or wobbling; when you eat, talje or laugh. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder elves a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding plates mors firmly. No gummy, gooey,(non-acidpasty). tast or feeling. It's alkaline Get FASTEETH at any drug counter .! night fishing trip, at Strawberry. President Erma Harwood announces that the Primary officers and teachers will be around to Slipping pr Irritating? fals M must contact Mrs. Elliott Sabey by noon Thursday. Benson In S. L. Prior To Two Tours FALSE TEETH ' aSU i ; for for Mrs, Ben Roach and children drove over the loop road Hunday afternoon to cc tho fall colors, T. iim ; - (o) L E-- mrmbiTS llv ' L and ... to vl4t fam attend confer ll... i .11. A Saints Church. JIc plans to be in the vdty intermittently between now and the end of conference. ' The secretary plans to leave Oct. 20 for South America. He will try to expand outlets for surplus farm products. - Benson will visit Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, T Chile and Peru. His Far East trip beglnsNov. and will take him to Japan, 9 the Philippines, Laos, Hong , Kong, Burma and possibly Australia and New Zealand. Benson is making both of the "selling" trips at the request of President Eisenhower. Stir thr.ee tablespoons of honey into' a cup of milk to use as a topping for the favorite morning cereal. Same as Sunbeam, only Jumbo. Size 22x28. Reg. 11.98 each! Utah Power & Light Co. for is looking toward I the future j - studying peacetime development, application and Purofied Dacron Puff Pillows. Size 21 x27. Corded seams all around. power. 2 (2) NOTICE j I Frot-Berr- y. for t79& Imported DOWN, sterilized hospital clean Sizes 21x27., Guaran Covered with finest quality "ticking. Corded teed moth-proo- f seams. 100 Grey Duck quality cotton 2 for Feathers. feather-proo- f 5izes 21x27. 2 Finest Sterilized hospital clean ticking Corded seams all around Reg. 4.98 each! for . HARRY CONOVER AGENCY 8268 SUNSET LAi 46 licking. it Reg. 7.98 each! THE HARRV CONOVER AGENCY, WORLD FAMOUS FOR DECADES, WISHES TO CONTACT A RESPONSIBLE PERSON WHO WOULD LIKE TO BECOME MANAGING DIRECTOR (NOT TEACHER) OF THEIR "COVER GIRL" MODELING SCHOOL OPENING HERE ABOUT NOVEMBER 1ST. OPPORTUNITY TO NET 1,400 PER MONTH AND UP. PRIOR EXPERIENCE IN THIS FIELD NOT NECESSARY, REQUIRES ABOUT 13,000 (RETURNABLE). A, splendid opportunity to enter a highly profitable buslnee with no permanent lnvetment. Applicants must be used to dealing with the public. All inquiries will be contacted. Write quality Reg. 5.98 each! utilization of nuclear . Fine New : Worry of (yT 7 Jm " Directors named include Glen E. Bergc, Orson J; Brown, Gordon. 3ywatcr, K. A. Randall, J. Edtffe Stein. FR CENTER STREET 1 H. C. Peterson, Elmer and Theron Huff and Joe and Dean Bellows left Oct. 3 for an over- Mr, and 13, j 250 W. t There will be a bus Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellows Oct. 8 leave morning, visited with Mrs. Bellow daugh- - Schroedcrfs cornerthat will 7 a. m. at tcr and family, Mr. and Mr. Rex for the DUP Convention in Salt Patten in Salt. Lake. They also Lake, Those wishing to make attended a session in the Salt 'Err t, . fnir,n returned Meets Wednesday At Wt Center G. Smithy treasurer. mm V .Lake temple. Provo Legion Post Dean Mendenhall Provo Post American Legion, will meet 8 at local water supplies. p.m. Wednesday at the VetThe court, tossing outij a law erans Center. Officers urge all calling for ' fluoridationf said: members to attend. "The" County Council cannot comLeukemia is live most common pel everyone in the county1 to subform of cancer among children. mit to dental treatment."! LAKE SHORE Patricia Huff, days visiting with her parents, of Mr. and Mrs, Earl Mr. and Mrs. Archer Clayson. daughter fection. year. served for the past year. Other officers are Gregory Austin, vice president; Weston Garrett, secretary, and Williard i it I 51. . Huff is in the Hughes Memorial Hospital for treatment of an In- ELECTED James V. Mazurie who will head t activities of Club as Riverside . Country president during the coming ' FLUORIDATION RULINQ ST. LOUIS (UPI) 4- - A St. Louis court has - declared unconstitutional the practice of fluoridating i . Wedding; receptions as low as $25, Timp Dining Room, FR (adv.).'. Mr. Mazurie, general superin ttndcnt of the rolling mills at Geneva SteeU takes office from A. W. (Art) Adamson, who has Fourth South and Center Street, there a're two lights for northbound! traffic and two for southboundj traffic, all of which operate thirough a regular traffic cycle of red!, yellow and green. At the Second South intersection in the center of the business district, there are also six lights, but they flash through the yellow caution, red and green sequence. i , -- t Club at the annual ejection meet lng held Monday night. off or Christmas. Christensen's Gift ys V. Mazurlc was. named president of Riverside Country James X . Helena, Mont., who has. matriculated for her junior year at the Riverside Club Elects New Officers SPRINGVILLE New,! traffic lights have been Installed at three Intersections along Sprlngvlllo's Main Street with the 'aim of facilitating the movement of traffic. . The lights, six at each Intersection, will replace the old cen ter semaphores which have been used in Springville for a number of years. Equipment was furnish- ed by the state and installed by Springville City employees. ' The Rogersons are leaving for Blanding where funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. They will be Joined there by Albert L. Hurst Sr., of Payson, a brother of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and small son Stanley have returned home to Provo after a pleasant three weeks visit in North Carolina with4heir parents at Charlotte. r f i 5 DAILY HERALD Semaphores i Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Rogerson in Provo of the death of Mrs. Hogerson's father, George A. Hurst, 89, of Bland-in- g. ? TUESDAY, OCTOBEJl 4, UUh County, Vth Ta ke Up to 6 Months To Pay With Our New Flexi Charge Credit Plan!