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TIIURSDAY, FEBRUARY , 1 TIIURSDAY, FEBRUARY TIIB LEIII SUN, LEW, UTAH . . m-iii .1 .. ..M. ' AM THE LEHI SUN Published Every Thursday at Lehi, Utah, by the LEHI SUN PUBLISHING CO. Entered as Second Class Matter, Mat-ter, at the P o s t o f f i c e a t Lehi, Utah, under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate Il.W Per Tear UTAH STATE Pftf. ASSOCIATE Local Items Mrs. Marie Goates, Mrs. Phyllis Lott, Mrs. June Carter of American Fork and Mrs. Edith Haws were guests of Mrs. Lois Dahl in West Jordan, Monday. Mrs. Verno Larsen of Clearfield spent Friday and Saturday here visiting with her mother and sister, sis-ter, Mrs. Rachel Anderson and Mrs. Stanley Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Mitchell attended at-tended the funeral services held in Salt Lake City last Friday for Apostle Reed Smoot. Apostle Smoot was Mrs. Mitchell's uncle. Friday, President A. C. Schow, President Virgil H. Peterson, President Presi-dent Rodney C. Allred and Bishop S. I. Goodwin attended funeral services for Apostle Reed Smoot In Salt Lake City. Mrs- Afton Peterson entertained at a gay children's party last Wed- - nesday afternoon, February 12, in honor of her son, Kay, who was ten years old that day. A number of little boy and girl friends made merry with games and were later given a treat in the form of delicious refreshments. A beautiful birthday cake was an important feature of the party. The guests were Joyce Wing, Carma Wilklns, LaRae Smith, Connie Peterson, BoNeta Russon, RaNae Russon, Patsy Milne and Brent Milne of American Fork, Wesley Turner, LeRoy Littleford, Robert and Paul Brown, Stanley Gordon, Howard Austin and the guest of honor, Kay Peterson. World's Largest Selling Liniment 4,4(10,050 Bottles of Watkins Liniment Sold in 1939 ' '. ' '. With your purchase of each bottle of Liniment or double-strength Vanilla, get your choice of a 60c can of Pepper for a dime or Large Petro-Carbo Petro-Carbo Salve for a dime, or Baking Powder or Cocoa. ' 5 FROM YOUR i WATKINS DEALER j I Arnold C. Brems ji i DurNxrc or w t tttt ttt a tj 1 I I I T rru -n r a ' " I t ' i -fe lit i$ WHAT'S A MAN (AIncient greeks 'jI WERE SOLD AS SLAVES- Tjl LX'iftl rJlLGRIM FATHERS 5&U J HAD LITTLE CASH THEIR WEALTH WAS WHEN GREAT GRANDPA SET OUT LARGELY GUN AXE CABIN N F0R CAUF0RN,A '500 LARGELY OUN.AXE, CABIN. NC0ME UJn FREE, DEMOCRATIC U.S., -JSyM HALF OF ALL MEN OWN lAVSiSSf HOMES ; 64,000,000 LIFE p&i f7 INSURANCE POLICY-HOLDERS 4$ fniMMlMLl HAVE PROVIDED AVERAGE g---fi&ia fc: r -1 ' fj OF $3700 FOR FAMILY ljT PROTECTION -fejsfvtl 45,000,000 HAVE SAVINGS JfeHyjJgJ! THERE ARE ENOUGH AUTOS TO . SEAT EVERY MAW.WOMAN, CHILD. Mrs. Elma Burgess and children of Alpine were Sunday guests of Mrs. Frank Martins. Mrs. Virgil H. Peterson spent Wednesday visiting in Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brown spent Tuesday In Blufftlale, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Giles of Salt Lake City spent the week-end In Lehi with Mr. and Mrs. Af ton Giles. Mrs. J. C. Nlcholes and children of Draper were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brown Monday evening. eve-ning. Keith Trane, who is attending the U. S. A. C. at Logan, spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Trane. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith and son and Mr. Joseph Smith of Provo spent Sunday In Lehi, visiting with Mrs. Sarah A. K. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Hansen and two children, Bobby and Kathleen, visited in Salt Lake City Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Hansen and baby. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hunter of Provo visited here Thursday with Mrs. Ellen Thomas. Later Mrs-Thomas Mrs-Thomas accompanied them to Salt Lake City, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Jones- Honoring the sixth birthday anniversary an-niversary of her little daughter, Diana, Mrs. Joseph Robison entertained enter-tained at a delightful children's party Monday afternoon. Twenty-seven Twenty-seven little friends were entertained enter-tained with lively games, sang songs and were served delicious refreshments. re-freshments. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Jackson of Cedar City spent Sunday and Monday Mon-day here with Mrs. Samuel Jackson and In Pleasant Grove with Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Halliday. Sunday evening Mrs. Halliday and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Jackson visited here. On Monday Clifton and his mother spent the day in Salt Lake City visiting. Union Pacific k i t , Ay ' , - z$ 1 , Jr , t I i I -y ' ' , ""?- 4 4 I - A B. W. Hanson, (right) new traffic manager with supervision ol Union Pacific traffic service in Idaho, Utah, Montana, eastern Oregon and western Wyoming, and Donald II. Voltz, (left) promoted pro-moted to general agent of the freight department. Supervising the origination and solicitation of traffic for the Union Pacific railroad in Utah, Idaho, eastern Oregon, western Wyoming and Montana is B. W. Hanson, recently promoted to traffic manager with headquarters headquar-ters in Salt Lake City. Mr. Hanson Han-son brings to the post of traffic manager a thorough personal knowledge of the intermountain west and a wide acquaintance with shippers. Mr. Hanson, who started his railroad career as a traveling agent in Utah and Idaho, "served 22 months during the first World war in the division of purchase, storage and traffic before enter Mrs. T. F. Kirkham and Mrs. A. W. Davis were visiting in Provo Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mitchell Davis. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. P- Johnson Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Evans, Mrs. Roy Boley, Miss Virginia - Woods and Robert McCarthy of Salt Lake City. v Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan W. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Larsen attended a banquet and meeting at the Hotel Roberts in Provo Saturday Satur-day evening, given in honor of Mrs. Cook, national vice: president- of the American Legion auxiliary, who was .making a tour of this section. The Bridgedere club members were entertained at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Evans last Wednesday Wednes-day evening. Bridge was played at small tables, Mrs. Doris Rick win ning the high score prize and Mrs. Vera Hutchings, the traveling prize. Later a dainty luncheon was served. Mrs. Mirl Cook was a special guest. Mr. and Mrs- Joseph Calton entertained en-tertained Sunday In honor of their son, Keith, who leaves with the National Guards for a year's mili tary training. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Zent-ner Zent-ner and son, Billy, of Ophir, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cammack and two children, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Jones and four children, all of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barkduu and two children of Farm-lngton, Farm-lngton, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Calton and three children, . Mr, and Mrs. F. S- Shambow and Glen and Jeanine Hutchings of Lehi, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Sabey and four children chil-dren of Provo and the Calton fam ily of Lehi. Mrs. Don R. Coombs, formerly Miss Lauraine Clover, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower party given last Wednesday evening eve-ning by Miss Fay Beck. A group of girl friends were present and spent the evening in games and other social diversions. Many lovely love-ly gifts were presented to the young bride. Friday afternoon Mrs- Clara Clover was hostess at a mis cellaneous shower party given in honor of Mrs. Coombs. A group of ladies were present, enjoyed games and refreshments. Beautiful and I useful gifts, were received by the guest of honor. luncheon given last Friday after noon by Mrs. Stanley Taylor, Mrs. O. R. Ivory and Mrs. Verno Larsen, Lar-sen, honoring the seventy-fifth birthday anniversary of their mother, Mrs. Rachel Anderson. The affair was held at the Anderson home. A beautiful Valentine scheme was carried out In the table decorations. decor-ations. The flowers and favors were carried out in red and white. Present at the affair were a group of friends, including Mrs. Mina Webb, Mrs- Sarah Taylor, Mrs. Ella Manning, Mrs. Emma Jane Roberts, Mrs. Hannah Anderson, Mrs. Rachel Wing, Mrs. Christie Willes, Mrs. Julia E. Taylor, Mrs. Mary Ann Southwick, Mrs. Annie Goates, the guest of honor and the three hostesses. Traffic Officers ' f y ' ' ing Union Pacific service. Advancing Ad-vancing from, statistician to chief clerk, he became general agent of the freight department in 1929. As traffic manager he succeeds Harry L. Lauby, promoted pro-moted to eastern traffic manager at New York City. Mr. Voltz, who succeeds Mr. Hanson as general agent of the freight department, has been in Union Pacific service 23 years, starting as a station helper. He has had 20 years of traffic experience exper-ience in serving shippers in a variety of positions. For the past year Mr. Voltz has been genera agent of the Union Pacific Pa-cific at Cincinnati. WANT ADS FOR SALE 1941 Ford, 1937 Ford, and 1935 Chevrolet Sedan. Allen Wells, Lehi. ' ' 2-20-tf FOR SALE Cow. See Ivan Webb, Lehi. 2-20-tf , FOR SALE Air Hammer and Drill Steel; also De LaVal Separator. Separ-ator. (Will trade Separator for hay). E. W. Shelley, Lehi. 2-20-tf FOR SALE One acre Garden lot. See T. F. Kirkham. 1-3 -3t Baby Bed For Sale; also mattress recently renovated In good condition. condi-tion. ; Call 90-W,!ehi- " 2-13-tf MUST SELL4-1935 Oldsmobile. New tires, heater, - radio- Cheap. Owner drafted In Army. See Or-ville Or-ville Gunther, Lehi 2-13-tf FOR SALE Alfalfa hay and alfalfa alf-alfa seed. See W. E. Winn, Lehi 2-13-tf FOR SALE Modern Home and Lot. See Herbert Austin, Lehi. i-30-atp FOR SALE Kitchen Cupboard, $4.00. Mrs. Cassel Willes, Lehi. 2-8-tf FOR SALE 19 shares of North Bench Irrigation water, 5 shares of Provo Irrigation Co. water in Alpine Al-pine district, and 8 acres of land. See Alfred F. Adams, Lehi. 2-6-3t u m AKANTEED Expert Watch and Clock Repairing. New low iuw ynucs. oee uien Boyle, or phone 91-J, Lent 1-30-tf HAVE YOUR MATTRFSfl Minn OVER er made Into an inner-spring ow, Dy uie Utah County Mattress Factory of Provo. For Service. phone 90-W. Legal Notices NOTICE OF SALE OF STOCK FOR DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT South Mercur Mining Company, a Corporation; Principal Place of Business, Lehi City, Utah County, Utah. Notice: There are delinquent upon the following described stock, on account ac-count of Assessment No. 3, levied on the 30th day of December 1940, the several amounts set opposite the as follows: Name No. of Cert. Dave Shuler. 15 No. of -Shares Amt. 7,900 $ 3.95 40,000 20.00 V. F. Wilson 30 And in accordance with law and the order of the board of directors made on the 30th day of December, 1940, so many shares of each parcel of stock as may be necessary will be sold at 287 East Third North. Provo City, Utah, on the 8th day of March, 1941, at the hour of 2:00 p. m .to pay the delinquent assessment assess-ment thereon together with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. A. R. Shelton, Secretary Office: 287 East 3rd North Provo, Utah. First publication February 20, 1941. Last publication March 6, 1941. Citizen Celebrates 85th Birthday Mrs. Esther Powell, one of Lehl'a beloved and highly respected citizens, citi-zens, celebrated her eighty-fifth birthday anniversary on Monday, February 17. In honor of the occasion members mem-bers of her family entertained at a gay birthday party in her honor. Hostesses were Mrs. May Bone, Mrs. Nichollne Powell, Mrs. Helen Powell and Mrs. Ilene Jackman of Levan. Those present in addition to the hostesses were Fern Stewart, Edna Rolfe, Mrs, Myrtle Clark, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs- Jennie Wan-lass, Wan-lass, Emma Ashton, Olive Powell, Mary Ann Southwick, Mary Jane Peterson, Genevieve Dransfield, Katherine Clark, Mrs, Rene Whim-pey, Whim-pey, Mrs. Sarah E- Galsford, all of this city; Mrs. Elsie Ashton, Mrs. Reva Ashton and Mrs. Ethel Hog-gard Hog-gard of American Fork. The many friends of Mrs. Powell join with The Lehi Sun in extending extend-ing happy birthday wishes to her, including wishes for continued health and happiness in the future. Date Announced For M Men-Gleaner Men-Gleaner Banquet Plans are now underway for the annual M. Men and Gleaner Girls banquet of Lehi stake, which is expected ex-pected to be one of the major social so-cial affairs of the season. The date has been set for Saturday Sat-urday evening, March 1. The banquet ban-quet will be held in the stake tabernacle tab-ernacle basement The theme to be carried out in the decorative scheme, toasts and the entire program will be "Spring.'' All Gleaner Girls and M. Men of the stake are looking forward with interest to this big annual event and are planning to attend. More complete details will be announced an-nounced next week, according to Mrs. Rula Dorton, stake Gleaner Girl leader. Airplanes Protect American Soil With Conservation Maps Five Utah counties now use aerial maps to determine acreages under the Agricultural Conservation Program Pro-gram and if present plans materialize mater-ialize maps of all farm land in the state will be in the hands of county AAA officials. David H- Jones, chairman of the Utah county AAA committee, said today that at present aerial maps are being used in Cache, Box Elder, Weber, Salt Lake and Davis counties. coun-ties. However, only a part of Davis county has been mapped from the air. Through cooperation with the Soil Conservation Service, the Forest Service and other government govern-ment agencies, aerial maps for nearly all the farm land in the state are expected to be available before long. "While we are shooting pictures of our farm land in a program of peace iri a great cooperative plan to save the soil of the nation across the Atlantic giant bombers are destroying property and human lives in a terrible program of destruction," de-struction," Mr. Jones said. "While we are making aerial maps as a part of conservation program of soil defense, they are tearing down with like machines the work of hundreds of years," he added. MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Of social interest to the people of this community is the announcement announce-ment of the marriage of Miss Mary Jean Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Urban Johnson, and Mr. Marvin Mar-vin Goff of Murray, which was solemnized Tuesday, February 18, in Salt Lake City. Miss Johnson is a graduate of the Lehi high school and has been active in social, church and school affairs in the community. She has a nost or mends who join in wishing wish-ing her much future success and happiness. Mr. Goff, too, has many friends in his community who are extend ing countless congratulations and wishes for success and happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sunderland and daughter, June, attended fu neral services for Thomas Fair-child, Fair-child, 68, held Tuesday in Burley, Idaho. Mr. Falrchild, husband of Mrs. Amelia Sunderland Falrchild, lived in Lehi some years ago and is quite well known by a number of citizens here. He is survived "by his widow, sLx sons and five daughters, and thirty grandchildren. Mr- and Mrs. Sunderland and daughter returned home Tuesday night. WANTED!!! HIGHEST PRICES PAH) FOR Bones, Wool, mi Pelts, Furs and Dead or Useless Animals. peU p - Paid for Dead or Useless Sheep Prompt Servi8 Utah Hide & Tallow Co PHONE 88 Three Miles West of Spanish Fork' DEER HUNTERS We Pay Highest Menus Listed For Student Lunch Mrs. Maude Glover, supervisor of the School Lunch, announces the following menus for this week and next: February 17 to 21 Monday Cream of Tomato Soup with Rice, Cabbage Wedges, Bread-sticks, Bread-sticks, Prune Betty. Tuesday Beef Liver Meat Loaf, Creamed Potatoes, Buttered Carrots Car-rots or Carrot Sticks, Raisin Bread Buttered, Cocoa and Fruit. Wednesday Scalloped Tomatoes, Bacon Strips, Cornbread or Cora-meal Cora-meal Muffins, Rice Pudding. Thursday Bean Soup, Carrot Sticks, Graham Muffins, Cocoa, Applesauce Cake. Friday Creamed String Beans, Bacon Strips, Mashed Potatoes, Graham Bread Buttered, Fruit. February 24 to 28 The Texaco Service is now Under New Management . . . . Keith Evans has taken over the station and invites you to give him a call. Let him MARFAK your car and give it a thorough washing. You'll be more than pleased with the results. Fill up with Texaco Gas and The Best That Money Can Buy! ACCESSORIES Drive to the Texaco for A No. 1 Service TEXACO KEITH EVANS, Mgr. State Street Lehi Electrical Appliances can be purchased on convenient, conven-ient, easy terms, of course! SEE YOUR UTAH POWER Prices for DEER SKINS Monday-Chili, Cabbage edJ Cornbread, Cocoa, Fruit ' Thujrsday-.Potato Soup? L wich, Fruit Salad and CoSe i Friday-Creamed Peas or ', J Sf"6' or Cabbage wSgTl Tuna .pwi Sandwiches, Cocoa iS;, The lunch center is in. need J eggs, butter or potatoes- Any cia zens having these items, it ouM be appreciated if they would brine : them to the center in exchange to luncheon tickets. Market valued be allowed. ; Mrs. Hannah Mott entertained' her Lark class at a gay Valentine' party last Wednesday afternoon, a program was presented by the girls of the class, after which dainty re. I f reshments were served and Valen-' tines were drawn from a box. I SERVICE You'll be surprised at the low-cost of electrical appliances now. Today you receive re-ceive much more for your money than you did a few years ago. And the new electrical appliances cost less than ever to operate, op-erate, for they use less electricity, even though electricity is cheap. Reproduced Re-produced here are only a few of the many electrical, elec-trical, items available at especially attractive prices. There are also many other low-cost appliances ap-pliances at Utah Power & Light Company Stores and Electric Appliance Dealers. DEALER OR & LIGHT CO.