Local and Personal -opiii Cledhill, the merchant, was a Maiiti visitor last Wednesday. L. Frank, the Nephi merchant, was here for a few days this week looking after his local interests. t A. Rowen of the Gunnison Drug store, spent, the early days of the week at Salt Lake, combining business busi-ness with pleasure. Mrs. Charles Rasmussen and son, Moyle, were travelers to Ephriam yesterday. yes-terday. They will be at sent several cays visiting with relatives. Chris Madsen left for the Delta country the early days of this week. He was looking over .some of the lands in the big sugar section. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Reigert and -son .Milton motored to Salt Lake Sunday morning. They spent Labor Day at the state capitol. returning to Gunnison Gunni-son late Tuesday evening. Mrs. Annie Madsen and son. Le-land, Le-land, of Green River, were th( guest's afcvthe home of Mrs. Madsen's' mother, Mrs. Annie Larson, last Saturday. Sat-urday. F. F. Dalton and F. B. Critchlow, c-.udUors for the Consolidated Wagon & Machine company, were here the first of the week looking over the af- ' fairs of the local store. I Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Hagen and children and Miss J. J. Thorpe motored mot-ored to Richfield last Sundty, spending spend-ing the day at the Sevier county metropolis me-tropolis with friends. : Miss .Virginia Peterson gave an in-toi'mal in-toi'mal party last Friday in honor of Ikt guest, Miss Dorothy BiuHke war, i returned to her home at Poca'.ello, Idaho. Saturday morning. Mrs. Niel Sorenson and daughters, Belva and Marjorie, will leave for Salt Lake next Monday. Mrs. Soren son will be absent a month or sis woeks taking treatment from a specialist. spec-ialist. Mrs. Beda Kuplielt, who was just returning from a short vacation trip to Fish Lake, spent a few hours with her mother, Mrs. Annie Larson, last Saturday, before continuing her journey to her home at Lark. Mr. and Mrs. Daunt Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Dick i'aoe motored to Salt Lake last Monday. Mr. Sanders was at the city for the purpose of meeting a brother whom he had not ?een for nearly twenty years. Noble Mace, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mace, accompanied by his wife and foinily, were here for a short visit, from Benjamin last Sunday. Mr. Mace is highly pleased with the progress and development being made in Gunnison and the valley and ! he predicts a great future for this I ::t ction .