Page U South East Independent Sugar House, Utah Thursday. September 12. 1957 tfSj&Sd YOUR CHILDREN'S EYE I Cfe--S COMFORT IS MORE W IMPORTANT THAN WMf CLOTHES TO START v BACK TO SCHOOL FOR THE VERY BEST CARE have their p53v .FSV EYES j &SJ EXAMINED by a medical doctor I Ask your family doctor for a recommendation .or j ve will be glad to help you select a good doctor. Bring the prescription to us for best first quality material and craftsmanship. BEE-HIV- E BAKERY Your Cake, Pie, Cookies or Sweet Desires Made fo Order Specializing in American T'A and European Pastry c jetn0 Vk. Jewish Rye Bread iLs? typ I Ais cmPiete Line f Y6 ' 1irC If I Delicatessen and ,a ,- - f Grocery Items - --J ' 'ifA A OPEX DAILY: T 6 A.M. until 9 P.M. 2016 So. Nth East Dial IIU 4-78- 61 FRITZ IIAERTEL, Proprietor THE OPTICAL SHOP 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 420 Boston Building, EM3-52G- 2 352 East 1st South, EL9-996- 1 1062 East 21st South, IN7-111- 2 "Homemade Candy Ice Cream and Sand witches VaLora Candy & Ice Cream " Company Two Stores in Sugar House 2124 So. 11th E. IIU4-228- 6 2119 E. 21st So. IIU4-252- 3 USED SEWING MACKS $3.00 and up make your own deal Skinglelon Sewing CENTER 1533 South Nth East Phone HU 33 ROLLER SKATING For Fun and Health Hyqeia ICELAND 12th East. 21st South J" IB 6-8- 61 1 4 Ds VGai? DflffiSJflDKICp Ealmfl It is a good idea to have your heating equipment checked now so that it will be in first class condition when the heating season begins. It is our suggestion that you have your furnace .' , man, plumber or heating contractor do the follow ing work: Flues See that flues and chimneys are clear, clean and tight. Filters Replace or clean dirty filters, oil the motors and blowers, and check blower belts. Dirty filters arc I often a cause of improper heating and high bills. A Automatic Controls I Jfm Sec that burners, thermostats, safety pilots, and safety UjUljl limit controls are properly adjusted, and clean and J free from obstructions. naC3A0M FUEIL SUPPLY f.lPAMY Serving 73 Utah and Wyoming Communities with Natural Gas DONT BUY ANY CAR UNTIL YOU SEE THE . RAMBLERS and HUDSON COMING SOON HARRY LUFF MOTOR COMPANY 7h East 17th South It Happened at The BEAU BY LA RAE McMANAMA The Sugarhouse Rotary Board met for lunch and their regular business meeting . Tuesday to be-gin the Beau's busy week of social events. Later that same day, Mrs. Claude L. Shields entertained four out-of-tow- n guests at a bridge luncheon. Mrs. George F. Hughes made reservations for her bridge group which held a farewell luncheon for one of its members, Mrs. Murray Moler. Mrs. Moler's husband is associated with the United Press and they are planning to move to Omaha, Nebraska. The group pre-sented Mrs. Moler with a lovely going away present. Mrs. K. E. Rosenlof of Portland, Oregon held a wedding breakfast j for their son and his new bride Tuesday. Twenty of the family's friends and relatives attended the breakfast which followed the wed-ding at the L.D.S. Temple. On Wednesday, Mr. W. R. Tep-p-er was hostess at a luncheon and bridge party held by her club. Mrs. M. Harvey made reserva-tions for six school teachers to attend a lunch and business meet- - ' ing. Wednesday evening, Mrs. L. D. Oster entertained six guests at a dinner party. Mr. C. Derrich was i host at a dinner which he gave for ten guests. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Barton gave a family get-togeth- er ; dinner for their children and their i families Wednesday evening. Thursday afternoon the Sugar House Rotary Board held its lunch-eon and business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Coles of Provo gave a wedding breakfast for their son and new daughter-in-la- w, after their Temple marriage Thursday morning. Miss Betty Jean Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Clark turned eight years old Thursday and her family helped her to cele-brate the day with a birthday party and a beautiful cake. Friday's schedule began when Mrs. Harold L. Link served as hostess for a luncheon and bridge party given for her club. Mrs. Raymond Johnson and se-veral friends and relatives were there when Doug Johnson delebrat-e- d his birthday Friday. Doug is a member of the Beau's Birthday Club and ice cream and a deli-cious cake was served to Doug and his party, compliments of the . Beau Brumell Restaurant. On Sunday, the Raymond E. Beer family celebrated the birth-days of two of their sons. Stephen, who will be five on September 12 and David, who turned four years old on September 4th were the lit-tle guests of honor. The boy's bro-thers, Douglas and Scott and their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Beers were there and helped them cut their large birthday cake.