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JMMMwMMMMiiMB " All nationalities, we know no race, creed or color; women, men are desirous of preparing for the detective profession, com-municate with Scotland Yard De-tective Bureau, Gorman Bldg., A f.6 Division St., Albany N.,Y. Mrs. Elsh Burrows left Satur-day for hrr home in Heber after spends:: the winter in Bingham. Mr. and Mrs. Itussel Robertson announce the birth of a daughter Sunday, May 18. Miss Jennie Dclaurente of Rock Springs, Wyoming is the guest of Misses Evelyn and :Nor-rin- e Vietti. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Richards en-tertained the Contract Bridge club Monday evening. The Firemen Auxiliary No. 2 entertained in honor of their h un-hands Monday evening. Progres sive games were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Atha Lee, Mrs. John West, Mrs. Oreu Tim-othy James, Householder, II. S. Linnell and Oren Timothy. Those enjoying the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Timothy, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Timothy, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Linnell, Mr. and Mrs. John West, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence West, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Buck-le, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Nerdin, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Masters, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Robinson, Mrs. Ross Marriott, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Householder, Miss Rita Gard-ner, Melvin Christopherson, C. II. Lee and Bert Hocking. "Our Gang" club met Monday evening at the home of Miss No-- : ma Nerdin. Games were enjoyei.j Supper was served to Miss Nell Huff, Norma Olsen, Lucille Olsen, Jane Steele, Katherine Williams, Anna Steele, Mary Masters, Ev-elyn Vieti and Jennie Dclaur-ente. Mrs. Joe Norden entertained members of the A. U. L. club Thursday afternoon of last week. Luncheon was served to Mrs. Lc-lan- d Walker, Mrs. Louis Buch-ma- Mrs. Paul Ransom, Mrs. Robert Hone, Mrs. J. 1). Shilling, Mrs. M. A. Cotter, Mrs. Leslie Breckon, Mrs. Lawrence Snow, Mrs. Eugene Norris, Mrs. A. ,0. Cole, Mrs. Harvey Garrity, Mrs. Charles Bray and Mrs. Thomas Caulfield. Mrs. Edna P. Wade will enter-tain at a tea to say goodbye to her friends, Friday afternoon, May 23, at Smith Hall. Two hundred and fifty invitations have been issued. The lady teachers of the Bing-ham Central School entertained Monday in honor of Miss Montez Chrisfensen, a spring bride, Miss Lavon Pyper acted as toastmist-ress- , with responses by Mrs. Lef-fle- r. Miss Adele Peters, and Miss Lucy McComb. Music was fur-nished by Miss Nell Huff, Miss Dora Hansen and Miss Vern Baer. Martha Sewing Circle met Wed-nesday afternoon with Mrs. J. A. Tngals at her home in Highland Boy. The M. I. A. cast which pre-sented "In Secret Places" at the district contest at West Jordan last week, was awarded second place. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Nix en-tertained a number of their friends Saturday evening at their home in Copperton. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Christen-se- n are visiting at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burke in American Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirele of American Fork were dinner guests of Mrs. James Nerdin Men-da- y evening. Mrs. Mark Hansen was hostess t:o the L. T. B. club Wednesday of last week. Prizes at bridge: were won by Mrs. Theo Chester and Mrs. Elmer Knudsen. Oth-er gueKts were Mrs. C. L. Con; tryman, Mrs. Charles Sullenger, Mrs. Jane Jackson, Mrs. W. II. Harris, Mrs. Vaughn Christensen, Mrs. William Keim, Mrs. Harry Steele, Mrs. Win. Atkinsen, Mrs. Mike Pearee and Mrs. Tracy I'wj-mir- S2 The committees chosen by the Ladies Civic club to act for the ensuing year are as follows. Pro-f.'rai- Mrs. H. II. Higgs, Mrs. Frank Davis, Mrs. L. R. Fry and Mrs. R. G. Prazier; entertain-ment, Mrs. II. S. Linnell, Mrs. Howard McColeman, Mrs. Ken-neth Russell and Mrs. James Ner-ilin- ; refresmcnt, Mrs. John West and Mrs. George Robbe; recep-tion, Mrs. J. B. Myers and Mrs. Joe Kemp; welfare, Mrs. L. II. Mas, erx, Mrs. Eugene Chandler Mrs. John Robertson; historian, Airs. Bert Roberts. Mrs. Roy Shilling entertained Friday afternoon in honor of the birthday anniversary of her daughter, Patricia. The Firemen Auxiliary No. 1 entertained Monday evening at the home, of Mrs. Kay Tatton in honor of Itlr. Wayne Hansen. Those present were Mrs. Hansen Mrs. Tatton, Mrs. Clinton Rob-inson, Mrs. Bruce Ivie, Mrs. Ir-vi- n Stillnian, Mrs. Arthur Cook, Mrs. W. 11. Harris, Mrs. Sofia lieniis, Mrs. Alvin Peterson, Mrs. Jack Householder, Mrs II . C. Me Shane, Mrs. Kenneth Gibson, Mrs. Ralph Evans, Mrs. Eugene Jen-kins and Mrs. John Creed on. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Poulsen and Miss Thelma Thompson are visiting relatives in Fairview and Mt. Pleasant. Dr. and Mrs. Feno Shafer have moved to No. !i Alexander Ap-artments. WANTED Reliable gentleman with good personality for splen-did selling photo coupon proposi-tion. For details address O. E Jorgensen, H South 2nd West Salt Lake, giving age, experience and references. WANTED Reliable man about 'iO years old wiih car, to call on farmers :n all counties adjacent to Salt 1 .:!.-- county. Make $3 to $15 dailj. No experience or capi-tal needed. Write today. McNess Company, Dept. 1L, Freeport, III. Today's "Magic Carpet" is the telephone. It will carry your voice anywhere and at little cost. The Long Dis-tance operator will be glad to give you rates to any towns you wish to calL I Two Outstanding Values! SHIRTS and TIES of specially selected fabrics chosen for . Superior Quality-Co-l or Harmony Authentic Style TU-TO- T imagine! Shirts of Tu-To- J pastel broadcloth, specially woven BROADCLOTH for Mrt with , Nu-Cra- ft I rfc collar, attached or separate u you pre-- 8 Sr1 i1 I1 I O fer cven button front, with buttons I sewed on to stay, j 1 98 Ties of heavy, durable silk ... the kind that gives healthy-lookin- g knots R and will stand the wear-aod-te- ar of HAND-- regular use . . . smart, likeable colors I t0 narmonize Wltn the shirts. : TAILORED j qqS J.C. PENNEY GO. j 70C 476 Main St. wi 'nr --J' rpiTirn"----- 1 rr"" Fashions for the Smart Woman Mviav Rfci IPM r' y Monogroni567 5211 J THE DRESSMAKER SUIT The conduct o( the little silk Jrom-mak-suit is the subject o( f.islii ii interest everywhere. It may be man-nish-tailored, softly tailored or frankly feminine, but always, its nvnt distinctive feature is its iucvit.it lc tuck-i- n blouse. This little suit h.u soft dressmaker lines. Its tuck in baa an embroidered monogram on its en-crusted plastron giving it the hand-made touch that characterizes ail t'u: new French blouses. The widely flared skirt is intricately seamed at the hips in curved lines that repeat the outline of its cutaway jacket. Pictorial Printed Pattern No. '22. Sizes 14 to 46, 65 cents. Monogram No. 567, 60 cents. 4 TALKING PICTURES AT THEIR BEST PRINCESS THEATRE Bingham ALL TALKING AND SINGING WEEKLY PROGRAM Matinee daily at 1 :30 p. m. Evening 7 :15 and 9 :00 p. ra. Friday and Saturday, May 23-2- 4 "DEVIL MAY CARE" With RAMON NOVARRO Hear him sing one georgeous song after another, see him fight his way, ever debonair, to a lovely lady's heart. The perfect romantic figure, dasLing gallant-golde- n voiced. Admission 15c and 2Z2 Sunday and Monday, May 25-2- 6 MARION DAVIES IN "NOT SO DUMB" You must meet Dulcy she's pretty, but oh how dumb, And how she'll make you howl. Every time she opens her mouth, she puts her footin it. Admission 15c and 35c Tuesday and Wednesday, May 27-2- 8 "HAPPY DAYS" 100 brilliant stage and screen headliners blend their tal-ents in this greatest of all musical extravaganzas. Cos-tumes and stage settings more lavish than anything you have ever seen. With music by George Olsen and his or-chestra. Admission 25c and 50c Thursday and Friday, May 29-3- 0 RICARD DIX IN "SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE" Hear Richard Dix as a two fisted writer of two-fiste- d tales hunting solitude in a deserted mountain lodge finding adventure more breathless than any ever im-agined. Admission 15o and 35c s COMMING ATTRACTIONS Y Next Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. June "HIT THE DECK." "LIGHT OF WESTERN STARS." "WISE GIRLS." "VAGABOND KING." "SKY HAWK." Phone 272 or 145 For Daily Program WE USE THE WORLD FAMOUS , Westert0Ekctrk S Oil N Pkdl SYSTEM ( "Yes, I used tcA Sp) suffer ya ssLr awfully from gas ODonnell & Co Funeral Directors Bingham Canyon, Utah Phone 17 Salt Lake Phone Wasatch 6461 fm a few dmjs Only Your Old VICTROLA entitles you to AIXWAXC OX THE PURCHASE OF YOUR NEW VICTOS-RADI- O WITH EI.ECTROLA SAVING FOR YOU! IK TJCTOR makes this amaz r. W ing offer toVictrola owners only because Victor knows that j the Victor Radio-Electro-la will C give you a totally new concep- - i tion of modern musical enjoy- - ) ment both from radio and Victor Records. A most gencr- - j ous offer to valued customers, i Cash in on the value of your old Vktrola . . . TODAY! fi i f!S:4M?t? k I 11 LIMMoalOOO 41 B 1 Ask Us About i The Greatest Offer Ever iR 31abeixHabio I o I For VICTROLA I owners i only! HIGHLAND BOY 1 IRC. 1 Phone SO I 1 i i I Rj 11 mmgniii 'I ! C4j , - II $(pc?00 In I Given Away 1 i p i SaturdayJay 241k 8 p. m. 1 $ M You Must be Present to Claim Your Prize. Save on H Every Purchase NOW P& 1 i Greater Bargains in every Department, now These Last J Few Days M I LIVING ROOM SUITES 1 1 BED-ROO- M SUITES ' I & N EVERYTHING p ' I Wonderful Bargains In j RADIOS PHONOGRAPHS PORTABLES AND 1 PIANOS RECORDS AT HALF PRICE If Kg ei Granite Furniture Co. I i I BINGHAM CANYON g ten i m j A few Suggestions for j j n3DHQS(S5llaimisBg I n THINGS YOU WILL NEED TO REPLENISH AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME M WALL PAPER Always necessary at clean-u- p time. We have a big stock on hand from which to make your selec- - i $ tions. I WALL PAPER CLEANER FURNITURE POLISH I 1 PAINTS VARNISH ENAMELS I To brighten up your old furniture and woodwork, etc. i LINOLEUM FOR THE KITCHEN I LINOLEUM AND CONGOLEUM RUGS FOR THE I i BEDROOMS P 1 WILTON AND AXMINISTER RUGS FOR THE 1 LIVING ROOM I i Some new pieces of furniture to take the place of the old & . and worn and to brighten up your home a t Now is the time to get this work under way before the hot f: weather arrives and the place to find all these goods and at the right prices and terms is j Bingham Merc. Co. 1 "The Big Store"