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December 4th, Thursday, 1958 THE NEPHI. UTAH TIMES-NEW- Page Three are avaialuble for adult classes mans and save. STEAM CLEAN your car, truck, North Alain, Phone 433. Come in and F Couple Honored at and whore additional teachers or tractor, farm see the new Vibra-BeImaction! sHcdists are needed to supplement proves efficiencyimplements. of any engine. NATIVE CHRISTMAS TREES Following ot Reception that the. local agricultuie teach- Makes do it is FOR SALE New Eureka yourself jobs a While they last Available on er, they will he secured. Alost modem pleasure. Vacuum Cleaners $18.88 and up and alter Decenilier 7th John Those who may bo interested in Marriage Last Week 740 Savings up toJO'r Chapman Chevrolet V. Garrett. at Pax. Buy the be who dass but unable may An aduJt dass .n Fafm Mech. to attend may contact Jay Dailey The Ward L. 1). S held in he duab Mr. and Mis. Carl Rasmussen o( ancs,wl1 Vgh for additional information. hall was the scene of a wedding on Thursday, last Wednesday evening that un- Logan, and Air. and Airs. Duane wlU 1,?cludl: ited in marriage Miss W lima Alary Brough and family of BounUlul emrf4th' Th? cul,se work and home at short, the Thanksgiving spent PresidTolley and Duane T. Ilone. lt.h the TT"?' U. S. 1). Instructor Gives demofnsratons Air. W. and Mrs. Lee of Bailey ent E. Rulon Brough performed being on Friday, Mr. and er the ceremony in the presence oi in Nephi. and construction. Dynamometer Instruction Mrs. Bailey and Mr. and Airs. "Pa,r1 wortk the two immediate families. and demonstrations were enroute to P1 Rasmussen yait A wedding suppe followed at will be on new and modern methOn Saturday, November v 22, the home ot the bride's parents, Lake City whenon their car went I ding use Pwer and at the Juab High school, Von Jar.of, near control of out roads icy Air. and Airs. Allan Tolley of toolsh?nd servlcf and operation re tt, professor of agricult utul enAir. and Airs. Lelloy T. Hone Spring Lake. The car turned over f farm including larm gineering at the Utah State Uniequipment down went into and harrow the brideof of Orem are parents the and was described as a com- - tractoi s andr motors. 1 here will versity held a school on me use pit groom. classes held. At- - of the tractor dynamometer lor On Friday evening the newly- plete loss. Airs. Rasmussen, who tendance is not required for all agriculture teachers of the schools weds were feted at a reception was driving, suffered a cut hand.. Masses, near Nephi. The school was to Air. Bailey and Mr. Rasmussen ward recreat- were at the It is estimated that 85 per cent acquaint the teachers with the Mrs. now is unhurt. Bailey ional hall. from a dislocated ver of all farm equipment is out of functions and values of the dynaThe bride was attired in a bro- recovering investment with and mometer in securing the maxitabrae received in the accident. adjustment, caded taffeta gown with long treatment at Payson of nearly as much money in equip- mum horsepower and minimum sleeves with tapering points over Following ment as the farm it is worth fuel consumption of farm Tracthospital they were released to while for infarmers the hands and scalloped neck line. their owning equip ors. It was shown that tractors home. A finger tip veil caught at the ment to take additional schooling adjusted at the factory needed to crown by a tiara of seed pearls Airs. V. A. Beck visited in Eph-liorder to have more efficient be to the altitude in orand rhinestones made the lovely raim with her brother, Howard operation and longer life for their der adjusted for them to be operated efWillardson on Thanksgiving day. equipment. gown complete, The contents of this ficiently. It is hoped that the Attending the bride were Aliss gjie imports that 27 members of class will aid in accomplishing this dynamometer will bo available tor by Truval Joyce Tolley, a sister, maid of jier family were at the dinner. purpose. use in one of the adult farm honor; Aliss Lynda Jackson, Aliss, Any one interested in attending mechanic classes. Air. and Airs. Ralph B. Bolhston thin class or in Airs. Robert J. JoAnn Price, organizing any in the Thanksgiving holiday d other dass connected with Houghton, Airs. Evan Frampton, spent Aliss Katheryn Booth. Aliss Ogden visiting with Air. and Airs, riculture is encouraged to attend Diane Tolley, the bride's sister, Lawrence Bond and Miss Flora the class on Thursday evening 7 to Nephi News Briefs On Saturday they at-IParkes. was junior bridesmaid. p.m. Examples of classes that Carolyn Warner spent ThanksPetite Jane Rasmussen, Ann, tended the funeral services for can be taught in addition to the giving with her parents. Air. and Air. Rasmussen and little sister Betty Guy Cardon in Logan. Alechanics class include: Airs. Harold Warner. She is a stuin don was of law father were flower girls. Tolley Carlparni aw; Livestock or Poultry dent at the University of Utah Joe Ahlin stood as best man Lelliston, son of Air. and Airs. production and farm electricity. and reports that she is enjoying I Belliston. Robert while Rex AlcPherson and The services of the department her school work very murh. Terrance Vest Garrett ushered. Mr. and Airs. Kay Bendixsen played piano music during the and family spent the Thanksgivline and wedding march. in Salt Lake City vising holiday home The couple will make their his with mother. Airs. Alary iting in ElPaso, Texas where the brideFt. Bendixsen and other friends and groom is stationed at near-brelatives. Bliss with the U. S. Army. vvas at A personal shower given Air. and Airs. Clark Austin and the home of Aliss JoAnn Price. daughter Pam spent ThanksgivThose giving the shower were Mrs. ing day visiting in Delta with her Evan Franpton, Miss Lynda Jack-so- parents, Air. and Airs. Clarence Miss Jo Ann Price and Airs. Gowers and other relatives and Robert J. Houghton. friends. tli!! Nephi Local and ta)",s Social Hems I at s"ed equip-nien- t. - First-Secon- d f11 mmmvd " - Ne-ph- n i. - I First-Secon- three-hou- d ARROW SHIRTS - - WEMBLEY TIES PAJAMAS - ROBES - SOX n WHITE WASH N WEAR SHIRTS I 2.95 I ag-an- Ute 1o.(f,aefia g Car-jr,apj- n Congratulations to y CHAPMAN CHEVROLET n, Air. and Mrs. Ray Aston of Pro-- 1 vo visited in Nephi Sunday with their son and daughter in law, Air. and Airs. Keith Aston and family. Airs. William Bailey spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Cedar City as a guest of her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Airs. Robert C. Hansen. Other Nephi guests at the Hansen home were Green-- 1 Air. and Mrs. Clarence halgh and family. Air. and Mrs. Gordon W. Bailey NOTICE OF SALE To be sold for labor, material and family of Salt Lake City visand storage at 875 South Alain ited ATonday at the home of Mrs. St., Nephi, Utah, on the 18th day Alice F. Bailey. of December, 1958, at 1 p.m., the Thanksgiving day guests at the following motor vehicle: Year, not home of Mr. and Airs. Jesse Baiknown; Alake: Reno Road GradAir. and Mrs. R. H. were ley er, Alotor No. S309311, Serial No. of Levan, and Air. and 302, registered in the name of Rex Gardner Mrs. Burraston of Salt Allen, whose last known address Lake Merlyn City. is Delta, Utah. Amount now due $1547.67. Guests of Mr. and Airs. Keith DATED this 2nd day of Dec- R. Bailey on Thanksgiving day ember, 1958. were Air. and Mrs. Sheri Ferre DICKS SERVICE, INC., and family of Nephi, Dr. and Airs. Lienholder. John W. Schofield and family of Salt Lake City, Mrs. Esther Scho- Dates of publication: December field and family of Provo, and Mr. 4 and 11, 1958, in The Times-Nevvand Mrs. Duane Brough and fam-- 1 Nephi, Utah. Air. and Airs. Angus Haynes were in Provo on Thanksgiving where they were guests at the home of their son and daughter in law, Air. and Airs. Clark Ilaynes. Other guests included Air. and Mrs Alerle Haynes and family of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Airs. Elmo Haynes and family of Nephi. Air. and Mrs. Merle Haynes and family left Sunday for a vacation in s, NEWEST MEMBER OF THE BUICK QUALITY DEALER FAMILY 740 North Main Sfreef Telephone 433, Nephi, Utah wlmle new generation of Buicks is now on ICpIay in their newest home in Nephi. methods and equipment have been set up to give all Buick owners more reason than ever to bring their Buicks home for service. new class of fine ears within reach of 2 out car buyers. Buick will he sold and serviced at Chapman Chevrolet, under the direction of Fred Chapman. A Buick Motor Division extends a hearty best wishes to Chapman Chevrolet and joins in their invitation to you to come in and inspect this new Buick headquarters. Come on in and see for yourself the most exciting new car of the vear T1IF CAR: BUICK 59. ot 3 new At Chapman t hevrolet the latest in service Fred Chapman, recently appointed Buick Dealer in Nephi, has been successfully active in automobile sales and service for a number of years. Mr. Chapman has lived in Nephi BUICK MOTOR DIVISION . . . GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION since 1957. Santa ot. Pec. 5th Only ALL STATIONERY OFF 20 ALL ELECTIC SHAVERS OFF 10 ONLY WRIST ALARM WATCHES - S60.00 value, Each 2 25.00 ALL PENS - PENILS OR SETS OFF 20 C LEATHER UTILITY KITS 20 OFF in f BOXES OF CHRISTMAS CARDS 10 ikfx fey r 4 OFF Supply Limited to Supply in Stock! E SABRE TtotbrifM Buick The most spirited Buick ELECTRA Tki bm( lawrNui Bock mnilr" i .