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THECENTERVILLE??? Page Two THE CENTERVILLE ? ? ? Issue d Monthly at Centerville, Utah Editor Vestll S. Harrison Features Clinton Barber. ...Sports and Service News Clubs and General Alta Blood Cleveland Cook Organizations Statistics and News Eva Cardall Lois Clayton SEND NEWS AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO ANY OF ABOVE OR TO THE EDITOR, BOX 143, CENTERVILLE Icoiiinued from page ond for your used as a clearing-hous- e ideas and opinions, as a town bulletin-boarand as a sponsor for many worthwhile events. When your Bishopric was apd, proached with the idea, they allowed us to pay for the cost of the first two issues with M. I. A. funds feeling that if we could interest you sufficiently in two issues, you would get behind the paper and keep it going by your contributions. We lay our cards on the table: We do not intend to sell subscriptions, for then some homes would not get it. We want every family to receive not only one copy to keep in the home, but where you have sons or daughters in the service we will leave enough copies so you may send one to each. When David G. Winn heard of the plans for this paper, he generously offered to pay for the printing of the third issue, so whether we receive further support or not, you are at least assured of getting three issues. The basic cost per issue will be $16.00. When pictures are run, the cost will be a little higher. Three issues are guaranteed. Whether or not we are able to continue will depend entirely on you. If you like it well enough for yourself and for your boys and girls in the service, you can help assure its continuance by your Lets financial contributions. go, Centerville! Patriarch Smith Heads M. I. A. Class Patriarch Joseph F. Smith, formerly Professor of Speech at the University of Utah, will guide the destinies of our special Interest Class commencing Tues- - December, 1943 Those in Service From Centerville M. I. A. Class Makes Phono-Recordin- gs The Special Interest (adult) Department of the M. I. A. had two evenings of FUN during November which will be talked about for a long time to come. Vestil Harrison brought his recorder to class, and the talented members recorded several comical little skits sound effects and all! And, whats more, they were played right back at them immediately! Joseph Cardall and Arno Kirk-hawowed the Studio Audience with a truly humorous hat store dialogue titled Make It Tender. A clever bit of wit, A Little Deaf, was given by Lucy Price, Dorothy Meyden and Areta Rushforth. The customers really rolled off their chairs laughing when a visitor, Jim Prince, read a droll drunk scene and Clinton Barber furnished the hies and not always at just the proper m places. Alta Blood was announcer for a bit of foolery called Good Gra- cious, which starred Mary Porter, Mrs. Alvin Nessen, Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Cardall. We drafted Stake Board Member Carl Buchanan to play the lovers role opposite Milly Walton and persuade her to give him The Answer. John F. Porter and Henry Cleveland bro u g h t memories surging back when they recorded a comical song which they first wrote and sang together thirty-fiv- e years ago. This deserves a place in the Ward Record Library which we hope to sponsor as soon as high quality recording discs are again available. Brother Porter also mimicked a couple of old, old timers just for the record. The entire Mutual gathered to on both listen to the play-bac- k evenings. day evening, December 7. This is a matchless opportunity for all and you owe it you grown-ups- , to yourself and Brother Smith to be a regular attender. Army Air Force Sutherland Duncan, Frank Clayton, Jim Evans, Kenneth Nessen, Jack Pettit, Sheldon Pickering, Dale Randall, Gem Randall, Roland Reading, Sheral Rigby, Tony Riley, Thomas Sorenson, Dale Smith, Osro Smith Jay Streeper, Dale Tingey, Robert Trump, Dwight Walton, Gordon Walton. Army Leslie Beer, Domnick Divino, Bill Evans, Dick France, James Gannuscia, Jim Kirkham, Jack Lewis, Wendell Nessen, Glen Peterson, DeWayne Randall, Max Rich, James Riley, Douglas Roberts, Raymond Roberts, Stuart Steed, Keith T i m ms, Derrell Tingey, Warren Tingey, Wesley Tingey, Jim Torry, Franklin Walton, Ed White, Thomas Williams, Robert Wilson, Bill Winn. Navy Golden Allen, Earl Brown, Archer Clayton, Nelson Clayton, Leon Earl, Thomas Linge, Stuart Smith, Franklin Tingey, Andrew Torry. Army Nurse Corps Ruth Adams. Navy Air Corps Spencer Hatch. Marine Corps Charles France. Coast Guard F. Carlos Rich, Lowell Steed. Women's Army Corps Beth Adams, Mary Holmes. Merchant Marine Frank Brown, Wallace Smith. Released From Service Harvey Mann, Frank Napley, Ralph Tingey. Killed in action. T , We invite all r . , families of serv- ice men and women to send us any interesting information about their sons or daughters. When they are home on furlough, please inform the Service Mens editor.