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iff .n..v,.v SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30 I'm
i SATUBDAY,, DECEMBER 30, 1922. , , AMRHICA.V 'H lK.S ;, LJSL
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I! v I LOCALS AND pERSONALS
! jjjjn M1h Almoda Pratt celebrated hot
jifjl ttth birthday with her aunt,, Mra.
jjjc Cera Loveless of Proro Tuesday.
I .Mr. and Mra. Foster Nicboles and
i '& I MB spent Thuradny and Friday In
I ! fait Lake visiting relatives.
f Jvan Foster Is spending the week
'L fa i gait Lake, visiting at the homo ol
J tU Sister, Mrs. Clinton Larson.
a .Miss Elma Collins of Provo, spent
I ifew days hero this week visiting
i Sill with Miss Lavoae Bromley.
I,Misi Route Mlllor of Salt Lake, is
feeding the holidays here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Miller.
.Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Paxman and
family were Xmas guests of rolatlves
te fait Lake
Miss Florenco Prlday of Santaquln
spending tho holidays hero with
fear parents, Mr. and Mra. T. S. Pri
nt. Clyde Ovard, who was operated up
M at tho St. Marks hospital Friday
fast for appendicitis, Is getting along
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tracey Wootton and
children of Salt Lake, wore holiday
gvests at tho homo of Mrs. Woottoa'a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Chlpmnn.
Miss Ruth Ashby of Provo, studont
of tho D. Y. U. Is spending tho holi
days horo with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Ashby.
Mrs. A. B. Sandmalor and children
et Provo, is spending the week end
feere with Mr. and Mrs. Dyron Crook
ftori and family.
t Leslie Hanson of Salt Lake, spont
tk forepart of'tho week In American
Fork visiting Mr. and Mrs. Parley
A winsome baby girl arrived at tho
neme. of Mr. and Mrs. Angus, Cun
ningham Christmas day. Mother and
frabe doing flno.
Mrs. Clara Southworth and chlldron
returned to Saratoga Tuesday after
'ponding' Christmas hero with Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Kershaw.
Mrs. Clarence Knudson.. of Salt
Lake, was tho Christmas holiday
guest of bor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. Hunter here.
Membors of tho Nash family enjoy
ed a family rounlon at tho homo ot
Mr. and 'Mrs. James M, Grant Xmas
day, covers at dlnnor wero laid for
About 20. All roport a most enjoy
,, able ttmo.
B Fon Orecn, who has spent tho past
1 ? seven weeks In Los Angeles, Calif.
. 'V arrived homo this week. Mr. Qreen
m fa preparing to take his family back
jM with him In ten days, and they will
jjll make Lou Angeles their home.
fjj ChrlstmaB dinner guests at tho
M borne of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bromley
'jy ware Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wootton and
MSt family of Salt Lake, Mr. and Mrs.
jlnjf Eugene Nlcholcs and family of this
lr Mr. and Mrs. J. ,P. Werner and
jMIJ family spent Christmas In Provo,
in guests ot Mrs. Wernor's slstor, Mrs.
gij C. L. Riding and' rumlly. Miss VI-
K della Riding accompanied the Wor-
Hj sera home and spent a short visit
wmi with them.
rjj " CARD OF THANKS
19 Wo wish to extend to our friends
RB hero our olncoro appreciation for
H their kindness shown us during our
K recent bereavement, especially those
Hi who assisted at tho services.
MI Bp. J. A. Wright and family.
John Woods spent Sunday In Salt
. Lake visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stove
Woods and Mrs. Roy Woods,
1 Dr. and Mrs. II. E. Robinson ot
1 Ogdon, spent Xmas hore, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Lauronco Brlggs.
Juno Lynch spent Sunday and
' Monday In Salt Lake visiting her
Clyde Chlpmaa of Mil ford, spent
Christmas horo with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fon Chlpman.
Misses Nina Halllday and Mae Wil
cox, students of the B. T, V., are
spending tho holidays at home with
relatives and friends.
Misses Melba, Mary and Helen
Chlpman, students of the U. of U.,
Salt Lako, aro guests of their par
ents hero for tho holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith spent
Christmas Day In Pleasant Grove,
guests of tho parents ot Mr. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Smith.
Mrs. Ray Coddlngton and son spent
Sunday at Garfield with relatives,
and Is spending tho week at Draper
and Sandy with relatives.
Mrs. Rachael Henrold rourncd home
Sunday from Magnn, where she spent
tho past month visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Ross Ballard.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kennedy Thorn
ton and baby of Salt Lake and Mr.
and Mrs. Alan Plcrson and bnby. ot
Provo, wero Xmas day guests at tl.v
homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Thornton.
Mrs. Rose Grant, Misses Lillian
Grant Dena Shatter and Claronca
Grant 'motored to Lako Shore Friday
evening to attend the wedding recep
tion given In honor of a niece of Mrs.
Grant who was married last week.
Clarence and Melvin Grant and
Miss Rhuemma Ovard motored to
Provo Sunday to visit Mrs. Mary A.
Evans and Jacob Ovard, both Inmates
of tho County Infirmary who aro both
in good health.
Mrs. Boyd Jackson was hostess to
the members of the Prlscllla Sowing
Club at her homo Wednesday attor
nooiii Aftor n pleasant time spent
in sewing and social chats, a dainty
lunch wan sorvod.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Galsford and
chlldron ot Stnndardvlllc, spent the
Xmas holidays hero with relatives
and friends. Mr. Galsford returned
to his work Tuesday, while Mrs.
Galsford and children remained for
Llttlo Misses Emma and EloUo
Paxman, daughters of Mr, and Mrs
Ed Paxman, had their tonsils remov
ed at the hospital Wodncsday. The
two small daughtors of Mr. and Mrs
Walter Hansen also had their tonsils
Pisa for Mercy.
Teach me to feel another's woe, to
hide lltu fault I see; that mercy I to
others show, that mercy show to me.
New York's Famous Park.
New York. In I8.'flt lumgln tlm 843
acres of Imrrcn rooks unit ctngimtit
Hwniiips which Is now (Yntnil pink.
at an oventge price uf $7..'tOO tin acre.
Millions for development have been
spent slnro then.
Wonderful "ower of Love.
Whnt n souse nf pintm-llim Is given
by the consciousness ot liWng loved,
nnd whnt nn niWHInnnl xonse over
anil above this, by being near the one
hy whom one Is, nnd who hits to bo,
loved tho best From Josm Stunrt
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Talent and Character.
Talent forms Itself In secret; char
acter, In the great current of the
A Square Deal. ,
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'I want n chicken," said little Rose
to a farmer. "And I want It alive with
the head cut off."
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Cartoon Review of 1922 1
Living With Her I
New Daddy Now I
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play on the grounds of her new
. daddy's exiled retreat at Doom, ;
Holland. She is the youngest '
daughter of the farmer kaiser's new
New Secretary of; I
Legion Auxiliary I
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lliu Bess B, Wltherholt, of Cj 'M
Hpolis. Oa new secretary of tM
America Legion (Auxiliary. As set ,
rctary of the Ohio tfepartment sm .,
tripled ks mcs-etrsMe. -
Umbrellas Considered Effcmlnatt.
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irucel Into Anicrlin. In the hitter P"
of the Eighteenth rontury, their u w
wns cnntlncl almost exclusively " .
women, as It was regnnlcd o Ttt' :,U
cITeinlnnto to rarry one. ..,
Service Station I
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Hendiitinriers ' for il
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Yours for Servlco,
I.. S. HAHHINtiTO.V. I'roP.