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Nephi, Juab County, Utah 84648 27)1 2imco-itU- fi Thursday, June 3, 1971 Nephi Local, Social Items ai ,k CJ xC Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Pace of Pleasant Grove were in Nephi for Memorial day, and visited with relatives and friends. c. ' Memorial day and week end visitors H. Cook were Mrs. Don Costar of Carpinteria, California and Mrs. Linton Bozant and daughter Patsy of Whittier, California. ji min at the home of Mrs. W. v- X 0 NOW SELLING RADIAL TIRES . INADEQUATE INSURANCE can be as "valuable" as counterfeit 8e sure you insurcurrency. ance is genuine full coverage so you're not wiped out by a fire or serious accident! j , v .X Don Jahuaz of Akron, Ohio is staying with his grandmother, Mrs. W. H. Cook and his aunt, Mrs. Lawrence Broadhead for two weeks. He will enter the mission home on June 12, and return to the BYU Language Training mission In preparation for a mission to the East California Spanish Mission. Visitors during the Memorial day week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Bailey were Mr. and Mrs. Mer. lyn Burraston and children of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Corfield and son Scott of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Bailey and son Brett of Las Vegas, Nevada; Lois and Oale Bailey, recent graduates of the Brigham Young University. Visitors at the Bailey home on Memorial day were Mrs. George G. Connelly of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christesnen of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. G. Grant Gardner and daughters Zoan and Geniel of Pay-soUtah. CENTRAL UTAH INSURANCEAGENCY , Week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lunt were Mr. and Mrs. Farrell D. Lunt and family of Ogden; Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Fackrell and children of Springville, and Mrs. LuDean L Park of Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gibson of Pleaasnt Grove spent Memorial day in Nephi visiting with relatives and friends. $$& Visitors over the Memorial day week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Robertson were: Mr. and Mrs. Shirley fiiWli'lliK of Proenix, Arizona; Mr. and Mrs. Sowby j ' -! 'n ' ? L. M. of Downey, California; Mr. Sowby Sk. ui i a d and Mrs. Ernest Sowby and daughter, A TREE IS A TREE . . . only this ones special Its scientific and his sister Ethel of Salt Lake City. name is Aesculus Hippocastenum Baumanl . . but to the average Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson had as person its a DoubleFlowered Male Horse Chesnut. This special tree is located adjacent to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. their visitors over the Memorial holiday, Gadd at 207 East Second North, and it is one of the rare and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Park and daughters unusual trees of the state as defined in a study made some time Sandra Lee and Chris; and two grandMr. and Mrs. ago. The study defines a rare and unusual tree as one found children of Midvale; Amer-nca-n In not more than five locations of the state. Two other trees in Ralph Binnall and son Ralph of Miss Kathy Cotton of Salt Fork; this category are found at ehe home of Margaret G. White, one a Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowers Silver Linden and the second a Purple Beech. A Pin Oak of Magna; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell tree, also in the rare and unusual category, is found at the of Midvale. Mr. and Mrs. Russell also residence of Mrs. Ernest Foote in Nephi. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Russell. INSURANCE MAN suggests: Your c Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lunt of Nephi, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Bracken of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rolph of Salt Lake City spent two days last week on a short vacation trip. They visited the Arches National Monument, Hole in the Rock, and other places of Interest. Captain and Mrs. R. L. Candrian of Greenbrae, California spent several days this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. P. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Cox accompanied them to Price where they visited with Judge and Mrs. F. W. Keller. They also visited at Greenriver with Mr. and Mrs. Hal D. Cox. ... fj o Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wetherell during the past week were their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haynes and children Robby, Holly, and Justin of Phoenix, Arizona. Mrs. Hanes is the former Jayne Wetherell. While in Nephi they attended the graduation exercises at the Juab High School where Mary Lou Wetherell was one of the graduates. 33 South Main Street Office: 623-025- Allen Kendall who is Treasure Island, California S. Navy, visited at the grandmother, Mrs. Verda Sunday before reporting base. - stationed with the home of Kendall back to at U. his on his Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Cazier were Charles Hale of Fairview, Wyoming and son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Williams of Idaho Falls; also Kitk Allman of Idaho Falls. Mrs. Williams is a teacher for the blind at Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Loras Park of Springville visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milo Cazier. x: WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS IN THIS AREA FOR Nephi, Utah Residence 0 623-003- 9 c Miss Mikalene Webb Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Newell Webb of Springville announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Mikelene Webb, and Randy Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmont Carter of Nephi. The marriage is planned for Friday, June 11. An open house honoring the couple will be held at the Springville Third-Nint- h Ward chapel, 55 North Main in Springville the same evening, with the line from 7 until 9 p.m. Inasmuch as no formal invitations are being sent, all friends and relatives are invited. Miss Webb is attending Springville High School, and Mr. Carter is a graduate of Juab High School and LDS Seminary. The couple plan to make their home in Nephi where Mr. Carter presently is employed. YOU CAN BUY 4 Yokohama Wits! 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