X MAPLETON 1 MAPLETON The Mutual or-t-mization was reorganized lasi liX -th Clifford Sharp as president, Elmer Sn:"p; counselor; George Btirbank sec OIld counselor; and Dorm 1 oUe. secretary of the young men. ung 1:ues leaders are Luella Sha P nresident- Lettie Burbank, lust counselor ; Violet Burbank. second counselor and Dorothy Burbank secretary. Fred Porter was named scoutmaster. Mr. and Mrs." Bernard Inglet of Fairview visited with Mr. and Mis. Earl Bow,cuit. and daughter Earlene, last Sunday. . Mr and Mrs. Reo Newbold o Hiverdale visited with Mr and Mrs. Elmer Sharp and family last Sunday. . . A surprise party was given m honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Taylor Tay-lor last Friday evening. A very desirable lunch was served and many games were played and enjoyed en-joyed by those present. A birthday dinner and party was given in honor of Miss lvalue Porter Por-ter last Sunday. A, very enjoyable time was enjoyed by all of the people peo-ple who attended. Leonard Butterworth of Franklin made a short visit at the home of George Porter last Sunday. Mrs. Armina Sorenson and children chil-dren of Preston visited with the Burbank family Sunday. Thomas J. Gregory and son, Seth. of Lewiston visited at the home of Fred Porter last Friday. Carl Stoddard and Mr. Rogers of Lewiston visited at the home of Fred Porter one day last week. Mart Porter and George Porter motored to Salt Lake City, Utah, last Tuesday on business.