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|Paper||Box Elder News|
J PACE FIVE BOX ELDER - Ser-etn- ' City, Utah Brigham iCTteet NEWS -- In owned Nashville elec-- 4 ley Authority powee-4n-494May Tyson following which rethis financial A second song "A Spanish Cava- - Jane Wood, Amelia M. "21Welling The city was the of. completion kilowatt "mem trie service largest sin- terms of maximum freshments were served by her, was sung by the group, land Lilly Y. Johnson to a project. gle distributor of Tennessee Val- and two guests. and bers Smith, Emma Johnson and the minutes Following A sketch of the life of Maren Mary Ellen Hollingsworth. roll call, a Bulletin from the ChriMcn.sen Nielsen Larsen was Central company was read andl by her Mrs. discussed. Jane Wood Ft. Brigham DUP Camp givenLaVerda Lee. May Nedbalek a of life of h sketch the read gave two short humorous readEnjoy Good Program Wood, which was followings, "Bargain Transportation ed by an acrobatic act performThe Ft. Brigham camp of the and "Painful Politeness." ed by Bella and Zella Wood of The lesson, "Utahs First NewsOF Daughters of Utah Pioneers met Tremonton, at the home of Mrs. Melvin Pe- paper, was treated by Melissa ters of the great ofgranddaughthe 6ketch. I subject UTAH PIONEERS tersen with Wamta Whitaker Peterson. After closing remarks Mrs. Prudence Wood Boothe presiding and Marjorie Petersen by Jeanetta Olsen, the group played two accordion solos, I CAMP NEWS joined In singing, "Put Your conducting. a favorite of her Shoulder To the Wheel." The Billy Boy." " and grandfathers, The opening song, was offered by Gather closing prayer Beehive DUP Camp Seeds of Kindness," was follow Emma R. Facer. Pd by prayer from Rebecca The lesson, Utahs First Refreshments were served by Holds Meeting At Korth. Roll call showed 28 mem- Maud Anderson, Sadie Pett,' El- Newspaper, was given by Stella Y. Phillips, who exhibited a I bers and four guests present, len Hess and Effie Welling. ISeretha Smith Home of the Deseret News of copy Forty good cheer visits were re contained The regular meeting of 9, 1887, which Sept. ported. Of DUP the death Seagull Camp notice and report of Beehive camp of the Daughters Seeing Things, was the title the funeral of President Brigof Utah Pioneers was held Fri- of a Meet At Home Of reading by Peggy ham Young. 28, at the home of 'Mecham and given day, April Intermezzo was (Ars . Petersen April 21 Seretha Smith. - A report of the convention I played on the The meeting commenced at Petersen. The piano by VerLee held Lake in of the The Salt camp City was given Seagull Spotted Calf was 7:30 oclock in the evening with then Miss Mecham, af- Daughters of Utah Pioneers met by Capt. Petersen, May D. Smith given by Big 64 ft Ford F 1 Captain Violet Tingey presiding ter which a sketch of the life of at the home of Mrs. Jane Wood and Lillian Widdows, and a fiPickup shown hr and Second Lieutenant Lucy William Lorenzo and Sarah Mi- on Friday, April 21, at 7.30 p. m. nancial report on the status of ) hti a 95 h p 6 cyl100 inder angina Johnson conducting. randa Hanehett Marble was giv- with Capt. Chloe N. Petersen pre the camps quota for the Meh p V 8 available at axtracast was only The opening song was Count en by a read fund slight Vice morial Captain Agnes sid'ing and building G V W rating it Your Blessings, after which the Sarah Marble. Three 6hort read- Stander conducting the meeting. by the treasurer. . 4 700 lbs Body cubic fact acity-45 The closing prayer was proopening prayer was offered by ings, An Old Prayer, A Royal The opening song was Ode to Williams. Hazel invocation Jensen. Pioneers and nounced the the Mary by Soul and The Diet were was given by Edythe Bowring. The practice song was Refreshments were served by Our by Ruth Black, after whichgiven the Noble Pioneers. The Beehive lesson, "Utahs First Newspa AT NO EXTRA AMERICA'S NO. 1 TRUCK VALUE GIVES camp flag was again presented per, was given by Ruth Phil-lipALL THESE 10 EXTRA VALUES! to the camp and hung during RUGGED FRAME-- 10 YOU BIG CAPACITY A representative from the the meeting. 1. 43 CU. FT. iODY CAFAait tor bulky loads, lowest EXTRA VALUES AT NO EXTRA COSTl county camp, Mrs. Orson ChrisPickup looding HtigM of ony After the minutes were read tensen, suggested ways for meet2. 140 I. PAYLOAD CAPACITY tor horny loads. new Pickup on the market today with and approved, a roll call show-e- d ing the quota for the Memorial There is no 3. STRONG SONUS SUIIT PRAMI with wclton modulus ot 2 65 20 members and six visitors building and Afton Olsen a lower list price than the Ford 6 cylinder, F- Pickup! Yet gave 4. UP TO 13 MORE MAKE LINING AREA for sofor, cost. no but extra at extra taints, in Ford you get so many present. Three were excused. her impression of (he building uroc stops. CLUTCH with low podol but Todays smart truck buyer knows this. That's why so f 5. BIO 10" Joseph Peterson and wife, Ann during her visit to Salt Lake. 1 slippage. high plot preuuret for long lining war, many truck buyers are suhehtug to Ford Trucks. hat's W. Peterson played .The Coni' lbs WEIGHT LIGHT CURB 6. 3,220 large only We give Love Thee , was Utah, why Ford Trucks are currently making the industrys flower Waltz on the guitar, bar then load carrying capacity. sung and closing prayer 7. ALUMINUM ALLOY PlIGHHIOHT PISTON! tor biggest sates gatnsl monlc and mandolin. was given by Loylne Hansen. D lighter bearing loads, longer bearing life. A sketch of the life of Mary B. OIL FILTER AND OIL BATH AIR CLEANER (standard) Come in and see us today. Get the facts on Americas Luclla Anderson, Irene Reedfit prolong engine life, cut oM cost Jenson Iverson was read by hoi er, Lulu B. Reeder and Elizabeth No. 1 Truck Value. Over 175 diflerent models to your 9. FORO LEVEL ACTION CAB SUSPENSION insulates 145-BIG to p. from Soretha Pickups Smith duty from vibration, noise and frame weave- light job cab particular daughter, Seothern served light ! refresh-ment- s BABY PEPPERELL 10. DOOR GLASS AIR WING VENTILATORS (standard) JOBS and the only truck line in America which gives Utahs First Newspaper" was to 28 membenr and four coop in fresh otr, sweep out stale air. or V 8 power. the title of the lesson given by guests you your choice of the social that during IIIUU TERMJI GOOD TRADE IN IUOWLNCEJ PROMPT Melva Ann Whitaker. OtllVtRT followed the business session. County company , members, Rae Christensen, Vera Earl and Ideal for Lyaette or Gifts Sego Lily Camp Of DUP Melissa Peterson were present. County member Rae Christen Holds Meeting Thursday sen gave a report of the DaughFord Tracks Inal Ian sort ters of Utah Pioneers confer The Sego Lily camp of the Using Inlesl registration data on t, 592,000 tracks. III Insurancn axp.rls prova once, held in Salt Lake City with Daughters of Utah Pioneers met PEPPERELL instruction to the camp. She Thursday evening," April 27, at presented an award to the camp the home of Mrs. Ed Olsen. First Receiving BLANKETS for the memorial building fund Lieutenant Jeanetta Olsen con59c each Phone 56 ducted the exercises. The open 323 South Main completion. Captain Tingey read a letter ing prayer was offered by Sarah SHAWLS, all wool, fringed $1.29 to $5.90 from the county camp and Longson, followed by the group SATIN COMFORTS, crib size $6.50 thanked the members for their singing, O h Ye Mountains 27x27, $1.95 DIAPERS, Birdseye, special pkg per in reaching the building High." help PLAYTEX CRIB SHEET, washable, waterproof, fund goal. The roll call showed 23 mem comfortable, long lasting. 18x27, 69c; 36x54 ... $1.49 Fifty-six (Minutes of the good cheer visits bers present. PLAYTEX GIFT SET, baby oil, powder, were reported during the month. previous meeting were read and cream. SPECIAL $1.49 A musical Yester approved. Berniece Earl was number, wasof a the member as Roses, by played accepted days Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Peterson. camp. A duet, If I Knew You and Reports were given by La Ypu Knew Me, was sung by Verda Lee and Alfreda Jepper Irma Hansen and Juanita Stef sen on the financial status of Dri-Ettes, a perfect baby pad. Set of 4 . . $1.69 the Memorial building fund, to fen. Good 'cheer and refreshment date. Under the direction of ,WE iCARBM. - i. . I Csssfc.r committees were appointed - for CaptAnna Jensen,- ways and ' . Kwiki , , Apco rompers, sheets, togs baby ac were . means and the May meeting. presented sleepers . . . gowns, robes; infant sheets . . . Benediction was offered by cepted to further advance the Playtex air nurse, pants . . . bibs, dresses . . . and about everything for layettes, or grow1 taMi to' tosfefe smM P Jo-sia- (UP) Vale otitMAN, Mass, class at me VBUrnf the 19 Kria" btelf school Is Evelyn Jtmn Her sister Kuth enhonor in 1944 in 1941. 'Id hefsister Frances daughters Leiber-straum.- ,(iaaiKr& IS s. full-siz- THREE IN -l IWifKWil TO OYRO-OR1- P full color pictures r.nlum AnlUM trick. in the TvienMaiW foil color Mreoopic than of more one 1U This u Kssls avuUM St man acana end toali n View Muter Stereonopen include Tarean PnKcion. Other aobjecu Telee. peo Eeitor Story, Feiry h CRIB BLANKETS dlte AUeke. Igrpt, Italy. 35c ee. 1 fee 11.00 Hill ftMUSTH a moactOR Ford Trucking Costs Less Decause $1.98 ; wliJVk j COMPTON'S Aft & Music Co. to $3.49 PQE 'OmUDGCIS D.Z&SF D.rJ(3GI iiroEBSEEJS South Main 102 ti SIP (EC AILS deptum. Pr(orm Zo Low Witch DIMENSIONS -- 4 Baby Toys, Etc., 49c to $1.98 i ! - 1. -- ing babies. 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