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Nephi, Juab County, Utah 84648 Thursday, May 13, 1971 Your Insurnce Man Suggets: Mr. and Mrs. LeGrande Mangelson, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Westring, Jerry Westring and a friend .students at the SUSC in Cedar City, all spent Mothers day in Payson as guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Mangelson and family. YOU'RE REALLY not safe on the highways these days . . . and definitely so if you don't have "V Mothers day visitors at the home of adequate automobile coverage, including public liability insur ance. See us todayl u Ns,w'fV. I Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Mangelson were Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hansen and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reed and daughter of Salt Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. Golden Mangelson and two children of Levan. Larry Peterson CENTRAL UTAH INSURANCEAGENCY 33 Sooth Main Street Office: 623-025- 623-003- and Mrs. Vaughn Mathews and family of Murray: and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mangelson and family of Levan. 9 - FULL POWER FULL SIZE Mothers day visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vem Mangelson were Mr. Nephi, Utah Residence 0 HOOVER CANISTER ALLSTEEl CONSTRUCTION Mrs. Garrett Heads Booldore Levan Area News Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Tolley and daughters Myma, Jeanette, Leslie and Karen of Salt Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brotherson and son Bruce of Layton, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Christensen of Nephi, Mr. and Mrs. Brent Aagard and son Todd visited with Mrs. Dulcie Francom on Saturday in honor of her birthday anniversary and Mothers day. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Christensen gave a birthday dinner for her mother, Mrs. Dulcie Francom on Sunday. Twenty relatives were in attendance. Week end visitors Mrs. Wallace Garrett has been named president of the Booklore Club for the 1971-7- 2 club year. She succeeds Mrs. Theo Westring. The election was conducted by Mrs. Westring when the club met at the home of Mrs. Alton S. Gadd on May 6 for the final meeting of the current season. In addition to Mrs. Garrett, officers selected are: Mrs. Jesse Bailey, vice president! Mrs. Dee Spaiks, secretary-treas-ur- r; Mrs. Alma C. Jones, reporter. Mrs. Westring expressed her appreciation for the cooperation given her by the club members during the year. Several matters of business were discussed, and the secret pals for the past year were disclosed, and new ones chosen. The remainder of the evening was spent visiting, and showing various types of handicraft made by the members. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Jesse Bailey, Mrs. Ronald Belliston, Mrs. Roy Greenhalgh, Mrs. DeLos Garrett, Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. Theo Westring, Mrs. Dee Spaiks, Mrs. J. E. Worthington, Mrs. Wallace Garrett, Mrs. Alma C. Jones, Mrs. Ralph E. Chase and the hostess, Mrs. Alton S. Gadd. at the home of Page Four Nephi News Briefs Mothers day guests of Mrs. William Paxman were Mr. and Mrs. Preston Pax-ma- n and three children; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Memmott and four children of Bountiful; Mr. and Mrs. George Paxman and five children; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pax-ma- n and Richard Paxman of NephL Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jarrett spent Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee O. Jarrett Mrs. Joseph P. Jensen has returned home after spending a week in Salt Lake City with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lamb and family. Mrs. Gibson S. Cowan returned home Sunday from a ten day visit In Salt Lake City with her sister, Mrs. Winifred Wilson. While in Salt Lake City she enjoyed the Ice Follies at the Salt Palace. Mothers day visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reid were his mother, Mrs. Charles Reid of Springville, his brothers, Marvin of Midvale; and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Reid and son Randy of Spanish Fork. Mothers day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tranter were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Memmott and four children of Bountiful, and Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Memmott and children of Nephi. WE DO IT RIGHT! .. are the A GOOD LOOK at your present roof in and sumlet to there Are spring shinges curling? gaps Is you attic bird proof? It will pay you mer moisture? in protection, convenience and d to TODAY with shakes or asphalt shinges installed by a licensed contractor. Call today for an estimate! TAKE RE-RO- peace-of-min- LYNN PACE 246 South 10th East, Salt Lake City, or call Nephi and leave word for us. 623-197- 5 DON'T BORROW SUBSCRIBE TODAY!! Mr. and Mrs. Heber Shepherd were their POWERFUL MOTOR LIGHT WEIGHT DISPOSAL BAG 1-Y- EAR WARRANTY 2M5 Model 2011 LOW NORMAL daughter, Mrs. David Sholes and children Jodie, Chuck, Danny and Tammy of Pocatello, Idaho. Mrs. Shepherd also received Mothers day phone calls from her daughter, Mrs. John Calhoon of ElCajon, California, and her son, Orvin Shepherd of Oxnard, California. Shop the Ads for On Monday of this week, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Francom of Springville visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray Francom. CARD OF THANKS Our relatives and friends of Mona, East Juab County and area have been surrounding very kind to us following the CARD OF THANKS Our deepest thanks are extend-t- o to everyone for their numerous acts of kindness during the illness, and at the death, and funeral of my wife, Beth Allred Sperry. Your contributions, your calls at the home, cards, and letters all are appreciated. We appreciate the Bishopric and the Relief Society and their many kindnesses. Also, we thank everyone for the many floral tributes, and for the lovely food brought to our home. This will always be a comfort to us, and we will never forget your kindness and your thoughtfulness. C. Lee Sperry, Becky and Bart Sperry (Some plates, dishes etc. were not labeled. Please call at our home any time after 5 p.m. if you have dishes that were left and have not been returned to you. Thanks). Savings! death of our husband and fath er. We appreciate the kindness es and solicitious service by the Bishopric of the Mona Ward and by the good sisters of the Relief Society. The remarks, musical selections and prayers at the services were all uplifting to the family. We sincerely appreciate the food which was sent to our home, the floral contributions, and each and every kindness in our behalf. Mrs. LaVon Swasey and family THANK YOU! Members oft he Juab Rodeo Club wish to extend thanks and appreciation to all who helped wit hour rodeo. Thanks to all those who have given contributions in the form of money, buckles, time, etc. and for the other clubs who came and supported us in the events. We also want to express our special thanks to the advisors who have given many hours of their time to help make our rodeo a success. YOUR SHOPPING BASKET has been climbing skyward these past 10 years. At least this is true of the prices of most of the things that go into it. In fact, the overall cost of living has increased over 30 percent. On the other hand, the increase in the cost of electricity is very small. UP&L's residential customers pay on the average less than 1 percent more for each kilowatt hour they use. It's been eight years since our last rate increase in Utah and seven years since we raised our rates in Idaho and Wyoming. Chances are you're using about the same amount of groceries as 10 years ago. But far, far more electricity. This is why your bill is probably higher. If you don't believe you're using more power today, count up the number of new electric appliances you have now that didn't even exist in 1961. .. Elegance is standard equipment on the Marquis. Instrument panel is distinctive, beautiful. The luxury ride of them all in the medium price field. Settle back. ivimvivtf iimuvno, power steering, power front disc brakes. Better ideas make better cars. And a big We've got power to spare in the area we serve, and we've done better than most in offsetting inflation with more efficient operations. 429-2V- 8 makes it go. Every Vbar Electricity Does More For You UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO.