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Thursday, December THE 1958 4th, TIMES-NEW- S, NEPHI, UTAH Nephi Local and Social Hews Happenings Nephi News Briefs Members of Mrs. Ilazel Hosh's family who were here for Thanks-- ! giving were Mrs. Leah Posh of Levan, Mr. and Mrs. Farrell I Josh and children Michelle. Luann and Lisa of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bosh and Kevin of St. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon George, Clarence and Jean Holman Bowles are parents ot a son born at the Juab County Hospital on November 29. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowles ol Nephi, and Llmer Holman ol fountain Green. Great grandmother is Mrs. Zina Jacobsen ol Fountain Green. fiosh and Carolee and Roger of Spring City. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Posh and son spent the week end with Mrs. Bosh and daughter Mary and then returned to St. Recent births at the Juab CounMr. and Mrs. Frank George. Christensen of Moroni visited with ty Hospital include: Son, born to Max and Natalie Mrs. Bosh on Monday. Ellertson Orme, of Nephi, Nov- ember yrtraagauKasae n n f j IK - - 3rd Soutji on Main - Ph. 330 Nephi News Briefs CARNATION INSTANT DRY MILK 8 quart size Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ilintze and family had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clark, Mrs. Lydia Jensen, Deuwaldi Durfee, all of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. J.avar Hinton and family of Hurricane, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ogzewalla and family of Centerville. Jack Meyerhoffer of Salt Lake City was a guest at the Hintze home Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kelson and family of Nephi were Thanksgiving dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beagley. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pass and family of Murray were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowers. ggc BLUE BONNET MARGARINE - - 2 lbs 70 C BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIX Vhite, Yellow, Chocolate and Honey Spice 2 packages for 55c KELLOGGS RICE KRISPIES Each Large packages TOILET TISSUE - Guest 26c Ranch Mr. and Mrs. Dix Grace and family of Payson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zumpano and Bobby of Salt Lake City were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Grace. 4 rolls for JQc just right 2 lbs 6QC PEANUTS Roasted MIXED NUTS - No 2 - Peanuts A CAMPBELLS TOMATO SOUP jeans 23c HEINZ TOMATO SAUCE 3 : 25c for CALIFORNIA NAVEL ORANGES - New Crop - 2 lbs 15c COMPLETE MEAT PROCESSING SERVICE - Cutting, Wrapping and freezing - Using Miss Sonia Peterson, a student B. Y. U., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Irons, were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Cook in Fountain Green. at the latest in wrapping materials c w mi. tefc'rO m Qift imt&fi r" irTUff SiuaaedtionA 3or SLIP 6 PANTIE SET - White Nylon - - Lace Trim - - - X QQ SLIPS - - NLYON - French 2.98 Pastel Shades GOWNS HOSE - - Popular Winter Shades - Stretch or Regular -- - 79c up Plain or Printed - Q.Q0 QUILTED NYLON DUSTERS CAR COATS - - Hooded - - Only a few left at 5QQ Rose, Mocha, White Nylon and Rayon-.)Q-2.903- 9.8 3- Jit - DRESS PANTS-- - Many Colors and Types - f 9QtoQ Q0 Van Heusen VANTAGE SHIRTS - No Ironing S.flfl With sox or Handkerchief Priced at TIE SETS Q8 to Values $22.50 - - - NOW 19.75 SPORT COATS up The Most Popular Type JERK SOX per pair l.flfl 3r Chill Priced Right!! LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TOYS GIRLS DRESSES Many Styles! 2.98 to 5.90 Colors --- 2 BOYS DRESS PANTS 90 and CORDUROY SPORT JACKETS 5.00 --Ch- 986 oice 70 to 5.90 HOUSE SHOES - - Styles for the Entire Family GOOD ASSORTMENT OF XMAS CHOCOLATES 9c 2Vi pound box 5 pound box i--47 - - 2.67 We special Order those Darling Dresses Made by Christensen's Bonnet Get your Order in NOW for Christmas Delivery! Shop SHOP AT J ALWAYS... C SE O y, CL iitmad Siojjjjlng NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS AND LAY THEM AWAY ON OUR LAY-AW- PLAN AY Pay a deposit and we will reserve them until Christmas! By doing this you are assured of a better selection of styles, colors and sues. The items listed below may give you an idea for your gifts: V. Ord Mr. and Mrs. Don Taylor and Colleen of Salt Lake City had Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Broadhead on Thursday. They then all went to Salt Lake City where Mr. ami Mrs. Broadhead spent the week end visiting with relatives and Iriends. LEVAN NEWS Micss Beth Ann Taylor, a stuMr. and Mrs. Douglas Day and children Michael and Eugene, and dent at Snow College at Ephraim Pete Cortiz, a friend, of Salt Lake visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Taylor of Levan over City were Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and the Thanksgiving holidays. She Mrs. Elmont Carter and family. recently attended the A. W. S. convention at Logan as a represMr. and Mrs. Boyd Caiter ol entative of Snow College, with Springville visited Sunday in Ne- three other students and two facphi with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace L. ulty members from Snow. Day-guest- CARD OF THANKS We desire to extend thanks and appreciation to our friends and relatives for their kindnesses in our behalf in time of bereavement following the death of our Mother. Especially do we want to extend our appreciation to Dr. John G. Steele for his attentive care during her illness; to the nursing staff at the hospital for their kindnesses to her, and to the Bishopric of the Nephi Second Ward for arrangement of and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Davis spent conducting the services. For each the week end visiting in Salt Lake act of kindness in our behalf we City with Mr. and Mrs. Brent D. truly are grateful. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Chase Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Tom .Davis spent Mr. adn Mrs. Othel L. Pay Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Olpin Thanksgiving visiting in Nephi with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and families T. D. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. N. Cooper. ,i Captain and Mrs. R. L. Can-dria- n and Bruce, Michael and Jimmy of San Rafael, California have just left for their home after visiting for 10 days in Utah with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. P. Cox in Nephi, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Crane in Salt Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Cox of Bountiful. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. P. Cox served Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Pack and family of Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rohletter and family ol Centerville visited on Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mr. W. Duckworth. and Mrs. Pack and family also spent the week end in Nephi. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Burton and family of Salt Lake City also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Duckworth and other friends and relatives in Nephi over the holiday week end. Thanksgiving dinner to Judge and Mrs. F. W. Keller of Price, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Crane of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. B. Cox of Bountiful, and Captain and Mrs. Candrian of San Rafael, and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Black i' PLA-N- We your selections GIFT-WRA- P IT DOES NOT TO BE at no extra charge! COST A LOT A GARBETTS WELL DRESSED! QsBB'fa&tt's Exclusive lAidirs Shop Wishing For You A Merry Christmas with these For Dad Wear DRESS SHIRTS SPORT SHIRTS TIES AND SOX ' 4.00 5.98 -- - 2.S8 - 55c to 1.00 WALLETS 98c fo 3:95 SHOES 6.98 to 14.95 SLIPPERS 4.93 to 7.95 HANDKERCHIEFS - 10c to 49c i' ' OVERALLS AND WORK -- UNIFORMS 2.88 to 3.98 --- 1.00 MUNSINGWEAR Winter Pest Control To Be Featured UNDERWEAR On KSL Radio A program on Entomology ,, '' SLIPS 1.79 to 3.98 AND LINGERIE 89c to 5.98 DUSTERS-ROB- 3.98 ES SHOES AND HOSE 79c to 10.95 SLIPPERS 2.98 to 4.98 HANKIES 29c to S8c GLOVES 69c to 1.98 PURSES 2.98 and 3.98 DRESS SHIRTS SWEATERS SPORT SHIRTS Knit, Broadcloth TROUSERS SHOES -COWBOY BOOTS MITTENS LINGERIE - SHOES IIANXIES-GLOV- ES AND HOSE - STOCKINGS -ROMPER - DIAPER SETS SHOES DIAPERS-QUILTS-BLANK- - -- WRANGLERS For the Family For Baby SAMSONITE LUGGAGE -SHEETS AND PILLOW GASES BLANKETS TOWELS AND WASHCLOTHS ETS Shop and Save for Christmas at Light fo 9.98 SWEATERS AND SKIRTS Just like she wants! - tt BLDUSES For Brother SLIPPERS DUSTERS SLIM JIM PANTS State University Department of Entomology will give val- uable information on keeping Utah farms and homes free of pests during the winter. On Friday, December 5, C. W. Dawson, a prominent Utah County fruit grower, will talk about crop storage for Utah farmers. Monday, December 22, the advances made in low cost feed for poultry, will be discussed. This program is supported by a grant from DRESSES AT SEHSATIDNAL SAVINGS For Sis BLOUSES on THIS BUSINESS OF FARMING on KSL RADIO, Monday, December 1, Pro- fessor Anson Call of Utah FARMING heard week davs 12:15-12:3- 0 over KSL RADIO p.m., is brought to you Monday, Wednesday and Friday by the Utah Division of KENNECOTT COPPER For Mother Van Heusen All Cotton Wash 'N Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Walker and family of Provo visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Jackman of Levan on Thanksgiving day. effective crop storage lor Utah farmers a discussion on low cost feed for poultry and the annual Candle Light Service on Christmas Eve, will be featured during December 4 GIFT SUGGESTIONS!! Dugway, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Black and family of Kearns, and Mr. and Mrs. Reed Smith and family, and Miss Alicia Reed were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black. It also was a going-awa- y dinner for Neil Black who left Tuesday for South Dakota, for his next place of employment. Mrs. Dellis Painter accompanied Daisy Crawford to Springdale last week where she assisted her in moving to Salt Lake City. Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Smurthwaite and five children of LaGrande, Oregon, and Miss Sanoma Irons, daughter of Chaplain and Mrs. T. H. Irons of Fort Hauchuca, Arizona were guests for the Thanksgiving holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Irons. of THIS BUSINESS OF UR LAYAWAY EARRINGS EAR RINGS AND NECKLACE SETS 98c 1.98 fo 4.98 COTTON BLOUSES 2.98 to 4.98 JERSEY BLOUSES $5.95 BAN LON SWEATERS Short Sleeves 5.95 Cardigans 7.95 BULKY KNIT SWEATERS $7.95 to 10.95 Its PRATTS their annual Candle Service. DEPARTMENT STORES --U- DhinL ZJo 2)o IJt Robert Ingram were Thanksgiving day guests at the home ol Mr. and Airs. Leo Ingram. Robert spent the week end at the home of his parents belore returning to the University of Utah where he is a student. in Utah. Christmas Eve Wednesthe Bingday, December 24 ham High School will present IT SHOP EARLY J)ti zJlalcr Uhan There is still time lot t to take advantage ot the bargains you'll lmd at the Delphic Club's Christmas sale. The club will continue its sale at Allen's Cash Store on Friday and Satuiday ol this week. bile you are shopping at Allens Annh ersary sale be sure to see the aprons, doll clothes and miscellaneous Xmas Hems the club will display there. Prices w ill bo amazingly low so come prepared to buy more than jour groceries. Tickets may still be obtained lrom any Delphic member or at Paxman's Appliance on the beau-ti- l ul oil painting which is displayed there. The painting is the work of a former Nephi lady, Donna Jarrett Beard. The painting will be awarded later in the month. Mrs. Catherine B. Bossies of Nephi, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barker and tamily and Miss Catherine Bowles of Provo sixmt Thanksgiving day as guests ol Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Keefer and family ot Provo. Miss Bowles accompanied her mother home from Proso and spent the ss'eek end visiting svith friends and relatives in Neplu. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bracken and family spent the Holiday sseek end visiting with Iriends and relatives in Northern Utah, one ol their stops being at Promotory, where Mr. Bracken formerly was a teacher. Mrs. Bracken's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney I toss-m- o NEWS BRIEFS n and son Francis Huber of Poughkeepsie, New York are v isitMr. and Mrs. George ing in Nephi at the present time. and Ken-neco- BEST VALUES Delphic Club Sale of Gift Hems Continues belated Thanksgiving dinner Carter. was enjoyed Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hedberg. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Von Jarrett and family of Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones and family of Brigham City, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jarrett and family and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jarett all of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jarrett and family and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilson and family of Nephi. Mr. and Mrs.' Edwin Jackson (Jean Ingram) of Spanish Fork announce the arrival of an adopted daughter, born on November 27. They ailso have an adopted son, Redgie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Angus Ingram of Nephi and Mr. and Mrs. George C. Jackson of Midvale. 79 c pound bags, Each 8 oz cans 24. Son, to Mr. and Mrs. William Sorenson, Nephi, November 26. Son, to Ross and Alice Rowe Newton, Mona, November 27. Daughter, to James W. and Melda Vickers Fackrell, Nephi, December 2. Page Five JE mu" PRATTS87 A '!