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Levan news ,vT5 Mothers day guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Winter home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern and children Gary, Lynnette, 4. Mangelson were Mr. and Mrs. and Kay of Bountiful spent Vaughn Mathews and sons of Saturday and Sunday at the 4 Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Paul home of Mr. and Mrs. Alma 4 Mangelson and daughters of Winter. 4 Levan, and Mrs. Nancy Mc4 at Pherson and daughter of Nephi. the visitors of home Sunday 4 Mr. and Mrs. Clark S. Wood 4 Pay-struMr. and Mrs. Clarence were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wood 4 Alan Paystrup, and Dan of Salt Lake City and Mr. and 4 4 Paystrup were in Sandy on Mrs. Ted Bennett of Holden. 4 Sunday where they visited with 4 Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Squire and Terry Baxter of Mesa, Ari- 4 zona spent last weekend at the 4 family. home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray 4 Mrs. Stephen Brough and Winter. 4 4 daughters Brittany Anne and Mothers day guests at the 4 Jalena of Tempe, Arizona are spending two weeks with Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. William 4 F. Sorbe were Mr. and Mrs. 4 and Mrs. Lawrence Brough. Clair Paulsen and children Cin- 4 4 Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Taylor had dy and Kurt of Salt Lake City, 4 as visitors on Mothers day: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Sorbe of 4 and Mrs. Robert Belliston and Orderville, Kathryn Brazieal 4 daughter Wendy of Provo; Mr. and daughter Mimi of Manila, 4 and Mrs. Lawrence Higginson and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sorbe 4 and daughter Nan of Nephi; and daughters Paula and Karla 4 4 of Salt Lake City. Mrs. Louise Taylor and daugh4 ters Mary and Susan, and Mr. 4 and Mrs. Jimmy Taylor, all of Mr. and Mrs. Romain Mangel- 4 Levan; and Ronnie Taylor of son visited on Thursday and 4 Mrs. Jack Brough visited on 4 Nephi. 4 Friday evening at the home of 4 Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jarrett of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben MangelProvo spent the weekend at the son. home of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. SPRING-WIS- FARAH SLACKS . . boys Blues browns, cranberry . . $7,50 IRRIGATION BOOTS WORK BOOTS to be honored May 25 FUTURE j .$15,95 - 8 inch . . $17,95 e Z4Z-tWSody"&iaii- cAlleq,"1 Keaton LEVIS LONG JEAN COATS New Style fi - priced at $19.95 The Toggery lG0J3Cl Sunday, Monday and Tuesday SB. v May United Artists 19, 20, 21 HOW TO ENTICE A WOMAN Vi (R) Keith Bendixen of Kearns spent Thursday and Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erhart Bendixen. Jensen of Provo on April 30 in Elko, Nevada. The reception will begin at 8 p.m. and last til 10 p.m., Mr. Draper said. Voguettes hold dinner for . NOSTALGIC LOOK AT THE Worwood. Newly-wed- s father. Steven was married to the former Linda Dickerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron W. WOODY ALLEN TAKF3 A BVD Brand KNIT T SHIRTS with pocket . . Now, only 2,19 u Mr. and Mrs. Steven Draper will be honored by their parents at an open house in Fountain Green, scheduled for May 25, according to a recent announcement by Dick Draper, Stevens E TMrsk df St Visitors over the Mothers day weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erhardt Bendixen were Mrs. Onita Wade and children James and Janice of Bountiful. 1 Ml? rin In! mothers The Voguettes club honored their mothers at a special dinner held at 1 ays Supper Club on May 10. After the dinner, Christy Steele gave a tribute to mothers. Mike Cowan and LuAnn Tha. man also sang several songs accompanied by Jeannie Wil-keEach mother was given a favor as she left to show the clubs appreciation. 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