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of OR EM ! Timpanogos Ward ) f Sharon Ward I I MBS. MERRILL CRANDALL | | Reporter—Phone 026-R-S j » * A successful dancing party was sponsored by M. I. A. officers and teachers in Sharon ward Tuesday evening as the closing event of the M. I. A. work for the season. Music was furnished by Steine- kerts'. Mrs. Edwin Lytle of Ursine, Nevada, is visiting with her sisters, Mrs. Clarence Kofford, Mrs. Arthur Newell and Mrs. Elwood ft. is Mrs, Blanche Christensen reviewed the opening: chapters of the book "Lorna Doone." as the literary 'lesson in Sharon ward Relief society Tuesday afternoon. Mra Ethel Pyne and Mrs. Nina Stratton sang a duet with Mrs. Venice Finch as accompanist. Final plans were made for a Bazaar, to be sponsored by the Relief society at the church. Tuesday, April 25th. Mrs. Pearl Jepperson, Mrs. Georsre Lunceford and Mrs- Jennie Thome, are in charge of arrangements. The bazaar will be a miscellaneous one, with a candy booth, and booth where choice flower plants will be sold. There will also be a "white elephant," table. The public is cordially invited to attend. Ford Jepperson was pleasantly surprised'by a group of relatives at his home Tuesday evening, the occasion feeing his. birthday anniversary. Games were played and tasty refreshments were served) the.-following. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jeppersoir, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jepperson, Mr. and* Mrs. Perry Jepperson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jepperson. Mr. and Mrs. Farrel Nelson, Miss Elizabeth Gordon, Robert Jepperson and Mr. and Mrs. 'ord Jepperson. The final M. I. A. meeting of he season was held in Timpanogos Lange and Booth Maycocfo duet, a Scout song, "Thm Turns." A dramatization, -of M. I. A. theme was given Lena Lamb as reader and: representatives from the differeftt classes as follow, Shirley; Christensen, Dan Bigelow, Mabel dwjb- tensen. Gordon Hansen, Ileta R»y- nolds, Lowell Bigelow and Cordner. Awards for the yeas'* I work were presented by Virginia J Poulson for drama, Harold Maag> j for athletics Reed; Hansen :6» music and Zenda Rowley for'dattC- ing. Mr. Fenton Prince and Mi». j Orvilla De Lange each gave a short talk of appreciation for tlw "splendid" cobperatfbirthey hav* «i- ceived in their work and Bis Gappmayer gave a short talk. Mrs. Madge Olsen is visiting? \ with her sister. Mrs. Hellen, Nw- ; son in Garfield. - ' ; Richard Bigelow, Gale Loveh** j and Garth Boyce visited inr Sfflt j Lake City Tuesday. They . shown through the state pent tiary. Mrs. Edna Larson gave the; cial service lesson for the fe» of the Timpanogos Relief soft Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Graff sang'a solo with Mrs. trude Weber accompanying her the guitar. Sharon stake honor night «BJ be held in the Lincoln high School auditorium Friday evening, April 21st at 8 o'clock. The opening number will be tft» Flag ceremony by the Boy Seoul * followed by a drama presentatfe it "The Gift," with Stake DrtiS » ward Tuesday evening. Gordon De one to attend this event. Leader Dorotha Jones in chaCJ Master "M" Men will be presen*" by Stake Leader Parell P.eteMli ; presentation of Honor Beekeepi * by. Stake Beekeeper, DW Gal ; presentation of ward achievemen * by President Lorna Maycocl ;: theme dance, "The Good Samafc tan," under the direction of VB I Allman and Daryl Stewart; chotf » by Vineyard Bee Hive girto. ^ I special invitation is given to every-

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  1. The Daily Herald,
  2. 20 Apr 1939, Thu,
  3. Page 11

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