Mount Pleasant. From the Pyramid of April 2: . Mrs. Reagan came in on Thursday's northbound train. Mr3. R. C. Skillicorn who has been visiting in Nephi, returned home Thnrs-day. Thnrs-day. How nice it would be now to have sidewalks, on the principal streets at least' Misses Pora McCarty and Lydia Dra, p r will leave for Salt Lake city next week to remain. Dr, Allen, Jts F. Jensen and C. F. Jensen went to Salt Lake Monday, returning Thursday. Miss Mary Nielson came home from the pretbytery at SpringvlUe very ill and is slowly improving. A visitor arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mela Rolfson last Wednesday morning, and it came to stay. It was a girl. Week before last iiisa Miller gave a party to her pupils of her department at the academy. It was a very pleasant affair in every respect. Rev. X. E. Olemenson of Richfield stopped over in Jlonnt Pleasant a few days this week on his return from the presbytery at Springville. A mistake has been discovered in las8 week's issue of the Pyramid. It was staten that Mount Pleasant's city election elec-tion was lo be held on the 22d of May. It should have read the 2d of May. At tne l.tst meeting of the Utah presbytery pres-bytery which closed at Springville last Tuesday, it was decided to hold the next meeting in Mount Pleasant. The teacher's couvention will be held at the same time.