II ' . . r j Fairview Dan James came home fro m Peacharosa Monday. , He reports everything in a glowing condition. Whiiewe have been having winter here it has been spring and summer there. He states thatalfalfa is from twelve lo eighteen inches high. He will return Saturday with his family who go to spend the summer in the employ of Swen 0. Nielson. Miss Vera Sanders who was operated oper-ated upon last week at her home is improving nicely Mrs. Will Bohne of Garfield is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Mart Peterson. Mr. Fletciier, the sjhoemaker, has ; gone to Los Angeles to remain. Miss Dora Day, who is teaching in Gunnison spent part of last week at home. Miss Nettie Brady has gone t Provo to spend ten days with relatives rela-tives and friends. Mrs. Beth Poulson of Richfield is visiting with her mother, Mrs. James C. Peterson. Miss Belle Vance entertained a number of her friends Th ursday evening, ev-ening, Supper was served to about twenty five guests, after which the evening was very pleasantly spent in games. The Ladies Literary club met April 25th at Mrs. H.. S. Olsen's. It was decided to take up the Bay View Magazine and course of reading foi the coming year. Dainty refreshments refresh-ments were served. Miss Gladys Stewart underwent an operationat the Winter's hospital hospit-al April 24th f or floating kidney She is reported as doing well and at so Mrs. Hartley. May Day will be celebrated toda? the third. Miss Vida Jones is to b queen with Misses Anabelle Prii chett and Lettie Brady as attend ants A meeting will be held at tei "'clock at the Zenith buildinp Features of the afternoon's progran are: A dance for children, baseba same and two basket ball 'game; The festivities will close with a gram leap year ball. Mrs. Richard Snow ot Sterling i spending the week with relatives . She is on her way to Garfield wher. sbe will join henhusband. Born, to the wile of Lewis Mower a boy. Born, to the wife of Raymonc Sanderson, a girl. I Born, to the wife of Wm. Bohn a baby.