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Christmas Parties Mark Club Activities 11 Nephi, Utah Thursday, December 22, I960 Page Five Nephi Local and Social Items Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jarrett announce December 20. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newton of Mona and Mrs. Delta Hedberg of Nephi. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Park and da. lighters Sandra and Chris of San Pedro, California, are the Christmas holispending days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robertson. Robertson Home Scene Salt Lake City Mrs. Anderson Hostess to Beta Christmas ParfyiMrs. Boswell Is Hostess of the birth of a son on Of Yuletide Gathering The annual Christmas party of the Beta Literary Club was held at the home of Mrs. Miles Anderson on December 15. Melody time was led by Mrs. Bert Powell and consisted of Christmas Carols. A full course dinner was served in the dining room, at one large table, beautifully decorated with traditional Christmas centerpieces. As the members of the Ladies Literary Club of Nephi entered the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robertson on Monday evening, December 19 for their annual Christmas party they were greeted by the hostess and by a beautiful Christmas scene the tall tree with many colored shining lights, tinsel and ornaments, the mantel over the flaming fire pace, holding a miniature sleigh with Santa and eight tiny rein deer. The shaded lamps gave a feeling of fairyland as the small tables were centered with lighted red tapers in a setting of real holly centerpieces. The committee arranging the affair were Mrs. James R. Stanley, Mrs. E. A. Ellertson, Mrs. John Berwick, Mrs. Marvin Anderson, Mrs. Ferry Ostler and Mrs. Dee Wright. The committee had planned a turkey dinner and assigned the members different dishes to bring. The hot dinner was served buffet-styl- e from a decorated table. After dinner, carols were sung stories were and Christmas told and experiences of memO, I remember bers with were enjoyed by those when present. Holly favors were given to those attending. Exchange of gifts marked a highlight of the evening. The gifts had been piled under the tree by the 18 members and one guest present. Those present were Mrs. Anderson, Miss Mabel Mrs. Lucille Smith, Sperry, Mrs. Wm. Bailey, Mrs. Joseph Bedson, Mrs. Ralph Belliston, Mrs. Leo Christensen, Mrs. J. H. Cotton, Mrs. E. Alton Ellertson, Mrs. ecil Furr, Mrs. A. V. Gadd, Mrs. A. L. Gar-bett- ,. Mrs. G. R. Judd, Mrs. Ferry J. Ostler, Mrs. James R. Stanley, Mrs. Jack Wright and the hostess, Mrs. Robertson. Special guest was Mrs. Mrs. Geo. D. Haymond Jr., Mrs. Sam Hayes, Mrs. Othel Pay, Ray Christiansen, Mrs. Harlow W. Pexton, Mrs. Al en Christensen, Mrs. Bert Powell, Mrs. Ra Boswell, Mrs. Arnold Brough. Mrs. Leo Christensen and members of the committee: Mrs. Fred D. Morgan, chairman,. Mrs. Jack Ludlow, Mrs. Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Roy W. Hanson, Pres- Jack Brough, Mrs. Fred Chapman, Wilkey, ident, said grace. Mrs. Mrs. Roy W. Hanson, After the dinner, games were Thad Nebeker, Mrs. Allen BelNebek-eMrs. r with Thad played liston, Mrs. John Parkin and in charge. the hostess, Mrs. Miles AnPresents were exchanged by derson. pleasure in extending to you our BEST WISHES n fora HAPPY HOLIDAY Marvin SEASONI I PREMIUM EVAN 751 NORTH OIL COMPANY BLACKETT, MAIN STREET season thtomf per' o7 MrsStel-Mrs- . la Boswell was opened for the gathering of the Ladies Literary League for their annual Christmas party. With bounteous decorations of the season, and a crackling fire in the fire place, together with the beautifully lighted Christmas tree, the atmosphere truly was a welcoming one. A hot buffet supper was served at small tables decorated with snowy white table covers and with a red Santa at each plate as a favor. During the supper Thad Riddle favored the group with a number of piano selections. At the close of the evening gifts -- Eugene Wilkey, Mrs. Ronald Gowers, Mrs. Reed Greenhalgh, Mrs. Raymond Pay, Mrs. Rex Tolley, Mrs. Hosmer Grace, Miss Rheta Sperry, Mrs. Dean Miss Ireta Carter, Sidwell, Miss Pearl Nielsen, Mrs. Roy McPherson, Mrs. Velma Hansen, Mrs. Howard Brown, Mrs. Mont Sperry, Mi'S- Max Orme and the hostess, Mrs. Stella Boswell. Mrs. Roy McPherson was chairman of the affair. We take sincere I doTof f Present for the festive affair were: Mrs. Eugene Lunt, Mrs. Reese Painter, Mrs. G. Mp i miedevei Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Park and family, Pam, Kathy and John Cotton spent Sunday in American Fork as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Binnall. Mr. and Mrs. Farreil Carter and Mrs. Clarence Paxman attended the wedding reception Michael Garrett, a student of Weber College at Ogden, is visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyi Garrett during the Christmas holidays. Miss Kathleen Allred of Fountain Green is spending a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gadd, this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hal Gadd and daughter Sally and her girl friend; and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gadd of Provo visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Gadd on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferguson of Provo, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ton on Friday night at Spring-vill- Hartvigsen of Spanish Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cazier of were exchanged. Mrs. Ronald Kearns visited with Mrs. Milo was Gowers, club president, Mrs. Angus Haynes, Mrs. Ru-lo- n Cazier, and also at the hospresented with a special gift Bracken and Mrs. George pital with Mr. Cazier. from the club membership. Bingo w'as enjpyed. aEf r , Howarth visited in Provo on Friday. NEPHI, UTAH Robertsons daughter Margaret of California. Pex- e. MOTOR TUNE-U- P FRONT END SERVICE LUBRICATION Hosts Varietfe Club The Variette Club held their Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Verna Wright Thursday, December 15. A pot luck dinner was enjoyed and gifts' were exchanged by Norma Jen-- 1 Marcille kins, Grace Ostler, Jackson, Jean Linton, Florence Kendall, LaRae Jarrett, Beth Ostler, LaRae Kendall, Maxine Parkin, Marjorie Steiner, Manager of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Del- la Dailey, Vera Paxman, Betty Belliston, Gwen Chapman; two Sarah Bevin special guests: and Lillie Wright, and the host-es- s, Verna Wright. Mm BRAKE SERVICE PHILLIPS 66 GAS & TROP-ARTI- C MOTOR OIL Automatic Transmission Service ED S 66 SERVICE Second South and Main - - Nephi, Utah Mr. and Mrs. Warner Host Friendly Club One at noon, one at night, One along the way . . . You never outgrow your need for Milk, Drink three glasses every day I AMERICAN DAIRY ASSOCIATION OF UTAH The Friendly club held their annual Christmas party last Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner. The home was beautifully decorated in keeping with the holiday season. A hot supper and games were enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bowers Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beagley, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Belliston, Sure there's a Santa Claus... Wanda Burridge, Mrs. Lucille Lunt, Mrs. Lois Nelson, Mrs. Ruth Wells and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner. in Utah there are hundreds! To a starry-eye- d child, Santa Claus is a jolly, plump old gentleman who lives at the North Pole. But the spirit of Christmas is not limited to the North Pole. It is shared by all and is reflected in the willingness to see that Santa Claus has help when he needs it. Here in Utah, there are hundreds and hundreds of men, women and children who help spread the warm, friendly spirit of Christmas to thousands of their neighbors. They represent every JUAB COUNTY OFFICERS AND EMPLOEES Utah Copper Division walk of life. As Santas helpers, they come from businesses, clubs, schools, fraternities and churches. They all have one thing in common, the sincere desire to make sure that Santa will visit every home with food, clothing, toys and trees. These devoted people want neither praise nor reward. Theirs is a special sense of deep, spiritual satisfaction that comes from knowing their efforts will bring a joyous sparkle to the eyes of thousands of children on Christmas Day. Hbnnecott Copper Corporation PROUD TO BE PART OF A GROWING UTAH .