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Thursday, December. 25, 1958 ALL TYPES of sewing machsix ines cleaned and adjusted years experience. Phone 375. THE TIMES-NEW- NEPHI. UTAH S. Page Seven Mrs. Frank Brough and Mrs. Earl BIDS will be accepted by Ralph The right is reserved to reject any H. Steele. Boswell for the sale of a 19.")6 oi all bids. 10 per .cent of the Those present were Mrs. Frank Ford Sedan. The time total required at the time Brough, Mrs. F. A. Matheson, Mrs. will extend until December 26. bid is price Fine Arts Club Party placed. Earl Steele, Mrs. V. A. Beck, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jensen of tival the Mia Maids Mistletoe Mrs. Clarence Rio Linda, California are visiting dance, under the directoion of Mrs Ernestine Vest, A very pleasant evening was Paxman, Mrs. L. Kizsack, Mrs. L. at the home of Mrs. Chloe Ander- - Dcon Rosequist was held in the Olpin, Mrs. R. son. enjoyed on December 18 when theli' 9? ,Ward recretational hall. Refrr.sh- Fine Arts Club met at the home IF; Wl- - Mrs. Clarence Warner !mentS were serve-16December On anc rs evening, re( Tuesday of Mrs. Frank Brough for theirlfi,', Px' MIA Ward Levan the Wetherell of Provo. presented ! The Levan Lady Lions met annual Christmas party. All Arts Activity festival last Wednesday afternoon and the The guests were seated at a Praise Ye The Lord. The pro arranged 33 baskets of holiday long dining table centered with a I MID gram was under the direction of cookies, and home made candy, beautiful Christmas decoration. At I lOrmCr lUl UIlICciS Mrs. Vera Wankier, Mrs. Arlene which were distributed to the VgyVT each place was a little Santa McPherson, Miss Caroline Pay aged, homebound and widows of I strup and Miss Mary Louise Shep Levan. The Christmas Hhought was giv- - Hold Christmas Party herd. en by Mrs. Brough and prayer I Mrs. Eileen Ballow wes hostess Immediately following the fos memI The Board Juab Mrs. Ed. P. Cox. County by club last Wedto the Civic-EttI te1-of of Utah the After a very delicious luncheon Daughterse home was Her nesday evening. the guests returned to the living I Pioneers that served on the board decorated in Christmas tasiefu'Jy News Briefs room where Mrs. L. J. Gore gavelwhen Alligee L. Anderson was Nephi " jlors Gifts vere exchanged and an excellent review of the book I president, held their Christmas lunch was servec to the t ilnaing was L. Dr. Jones P. awarded MrsI 1,16 home of at PartY Far Above Rubies by Agnes ladies. Mrs. I tlba Ballov, Mrs. The book depicts the I son Tuesday night. The home was the Delphic Club project Oil Paint Blench hie; i r.sen, Mrs. Louisa very beautifully and ing last Saturday. life of women of the I decorated every-da- y Mrs. Gwen Stap i sv .i, Taylor. To each of oar many Bible. The stories chosen were gave everyCne the spirit of the Mi ngelson, M:s. IrMrs. ltuliie who Christensen is Elder Pharohs Daughter; I hoHday. They enjoyed a delicious serving Joseph Bethsheba, in the Hawaian Mission ene Mangelson, Mrs. Jew 1 C r friends, we wish a very a which luck dinner after Maid of Gennesareth; IPOt Naomi; called Miss Jolene Anderson Sat Mrs. Enid Wivvood, Mrs. F r Bride of Cannan; Wife of Pontious I Christmas story was given by M s. Codeal Br ;gh, night to wish her and her Wankier. urday Amy Warner. Miss Rheta Mrs. Vcndn Pilate; Maid of Emmons; and TheMrshappy Yuletide seasoa Mr. Bosh, Mrs. i.- - n..ie Christmas. a and family merry I Vow of Hannah Sperry gave live sparks and Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mary D. Pnystrup, Allen of Christensen, parents a holidav. Beth Ostler led the group in sing, The remainder of the Elder Christensen were on hand Mrs. Cm- 1 Hanson, Mrs. Ma:va I nS Christmas carols. The remain-froCARTER CLEANERS & was spent in exchangingevening Mrs. Stephen-segifts to speak to him and wish him Shepherd, Myrtus under a large Christmas I der of the evening was spent in holiday Mrs. Alice Shepherd, a guest, greetings. I Those Mrs were j present chatting. SPORTSMANS SUPPLY tree. Mrs. Ellen Bowles of Nephi and The committee in charge con-- J Maude Robertson, Mrs. Carol Stu-sistMrs. Pearl B. Snarr of Provo the hostess. Mis Ballow PHONE 280 AlNEPHI Mrs. Mrs. Black. Elizabeth of Mrs. F. A. Matheson, art, visited with her sister in law, Mrs. ":c The Levan Lady Lions enterberta Jones, Mrs. Susie Worwood, Alice F. Bailey on Sunday. Mrs. Beth Ostler, Mrs. Olive tained their partners at a ChristMr. and Mrs. Neil Black and mas party Thursday, December 18 Mrs. Amy Warner, Lula B family of Kearns, Mr. and Mrs, in the City Hall. Games were playMrs. Cora Wankier, Keith Black and family of Dug ed, gifts exchanged and a delicMemmott, Mrs. Blanch Cooper and the host- way were week end guests of Mr, ious dinner was served to the foland Mrs. Harry Black of Nephi. ess, Mrs. Anderson. lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Heb-e- r Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jackman, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Paystrup, Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Howard, Mr. and Hrs. J. O. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Golden Mangel-soMr. and Mrs. Rulon Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. Clark S. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Brough, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Vem Mangelson, Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Wankier, Mr. and Mrs. LeGrande Mangelson. Dee Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Niels Anderson, is home on leave from the Navy. Mr. Anderson has been stationed in Hawaii for the past three years. Mrs. Brough Hostess To Levan Local and Social News Items I , CWim! MeMy - es Ander-Trumbu- ll: ft ft Best wishes for bright A'-v-- m n, ed NEPHI LUMBER CO. 1 n, fANDERSON CONOCO SERVICE! Variette Club Members Guests SLMD TTIIMMZS ! Time brings many changes, but our message to you clings to tho traditional spirit of the Yuletide. RAINBOW TAVERN at Kendall Home TS The Variette Club held a Pot Luck Christmas party on Thursday, December 18 at the home of LaRae Kendall. Members exchanged gifts and enjoyed games in charge of Marba StUart and Jean Linton. The home was lovely with Christmas decorations. Those present were Betty Erma Carter, Gwen Chapman, Marcile Jackson, Norma Jenkins, Florence Kendall, LaRae Kendall, Joyce Memmott, Maxine C Bel-listo- n, Parkin, DeGn Paxman, Vera Thelma Reed, Marjorie Steiner, Marba Stuart, Helen Worthington, Verna Wright, Jean Linton and Jennie Hintze. Pax-ma- II HINT 1! i f; TIME! Let the resounding jcy of the holiday festivities echo through your house! n, EDS 66 SERVICE & i 'dc A fX r X r. 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Ray and Diane Kelson CLOSED ON CHRISTMAS DAY 8 The carols of Christinas fill the air with cur jf sheerest wishes for harmony and good cheer during your holiday. PARKIN MOTOR CO.