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TIIURSDAy, NOVEMBER ? THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1910 TIIE LEIII SUN, LEHI, UTAI1 i : 1 n " : ' Mow Shi A r.irls DRESSES I v aa ava v i - - NEW HOSIERY and FALL ANKLETS for the Girls NYLON HOSE Ladies' SWEATERS and LINGERIE Men's and Boys NEW FALL OVERCOATS Men's and Boys' Sweaters, Leather Coats, Blazers WINTER UNDERWEAR SHOES FOR TIIE FAMILY Men's and Boys' Dress and Work TROUSERS RUBBER FOOTWEAR FOR TIIE FAMILY WE SELL FISH AND GAME LICENSES A Few Used Shot Guns For Sale POWERS SHOE STORE Main Street Lehi, Utah Mr. and Mrs. Louis Christensen and daughter, Cleo. spent Saturday visiting In Salt Lake City. Mrs. John Hutchings and daughter, daugh-ter, Laurel, were visiting In Provo on Sunday. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. David I. Gardner attended a party at the home of Mrs. Ford In Sandy. Local Items Ralph Trane and Bill Shuback of Salt Lake City visited here Sunday Sun-day with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Trane. Boyd Larsen, who Is attending the University of Utah Medical school, spent the week-end here. Little Ray McDonald of American Amer-ican Fork was a guest of his grandparents, grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gray, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tarvel Hansen and sons and Mrs. Carl Ashton spent Monday and Tuesday in Salt Lake City.' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson vit.'ted In Provo Sunday with Mrs. Peterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ehvood Davis. Ferd Evans of Magna visited here during the week-end with his parents, par-ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Evans. Clifford Willes and son, Kenneth, of Salt Lake City visited here Sunday Sun-day with Mrs. Christie Willes. A big dinner, dance and entertainment enter-tainment is being held in the Sec-ond Sec-ond ward on November 14. Keep this date in mind. adv. Miss Alta Christensen and Mr. Dean Fuhriman of Logan were visiting in Salt Lake' City, Saturday. Mrs. J. N. Butt spent from Saturday Sat-urday until Tuesday of this week visiting in Cleveland, Utah, with Mr. Louis Whimpey and Mrs. Carrie Car-rie Cowley. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Owen and Mrs. Victor Madsen of Brigham City spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Kirk-ham. Sunday Mr. and Mjrs. Bernard Bradshaw and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bradshaw. Leonard James of Declo, Idaho, was a guest of Miss Beth Stewart here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nile Burrow and family of Magna were guests here of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Petersor, Sunday. Bruce Willes of Benjamin, who is employed at Nevada, visited in Lehi Monday with his mother, Mrs. Christie Willes. Mrs. Edwin Aiken of Bingham epent Monday and Tuesday in Lehi, vis', ng with her sister, Mrs. Ernest Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ashton served luncheon Sunday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dickerson, Mr. and Mrs. Kennetjh Hartsen of American Amer-ican Fork and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Russon. Friends will be glad to hear that Mrs. William L. Stephenson, who undorwent an operation last Tuesday Tues-day at the L. D. S. hospital, is getting get-ting along nicely. Mrs. Stephenson Stephen-son was formerly Miss Madge Brown of Lehi. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Brown, now living at Delle. ELECTED By the People as the Best Place to buy your FAMILY SUPPLIES Ready-to-Wear for her. House dresses, better dresses, undies, II u filming fil-ming Bird Nylon and silk Hosiery. New fall and winter styles in Shoes. Warm Clothing for the youngsters. S w e a t e rs, Jackets, underwear, hos iery. Dress them warm to prevent colds. Men and Boys Come in and see our Leather, Suede and Melton Jackets. Jack-ets. Just the thing to keep out the cold winds. Gloves for every need, hats, caps, sportvvear for the school boy; Riding boots, dress and work shoes. See our tables for your household items and sewing sew-ing heeds. You'll find hem here. See our selection of Gifts for every occasion. All at the One Stop Supply Depot GOODWIN'S The Home of Humming Bird Hosiery for her and .Wolverine Work Shoes for him Mr. and Mrs. Morris Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woffinden were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Price in Orem, Sunday evening. Mrs. Morris Trane and son, Paul. of Salt Lake City have been here spending the past week with her mother., Mrs. M. S. Lott. who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Owen of Brigham City were week-end guests of Mrs. Owen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Kirkham. Elwln Beck left Thursday night for his home In Los Angeles, California, Cali-fornia, after spending ten days here with his mother, Mrs. Alma Beck and other relatives. Kathryn Brown entertained nineteen nine-teen little friends at a delightful Hallowe'en party last Friday evening. eve-ning. Interesting games, a scav-anger scav-anger hunt and a delicious Hallowe'en Hallo-we'en supper were features of the party. Members of the Junior Athenian club will be entertained tonight (Thursday) at the home of Mrs. Wane Christensen. All members are urged to be present. Good Eats! Folks Come In for a Snack! ' TRY OUR Giant Hamburgers Chili, Sandwiches, Tamales Delicious Pies Coffee, Cold Drinks, Ice Cream & Confections Refresh at Gilmore Lunch Service Main Street Lehi Mrs. Sherman Peterson of Provo was a guest of Mrs. Wallace Glover here on Friday. Reserve next Thursday, November Novem-ber 14, as a special date to attend the entertainment in the Second ward. adv- Marriage Mrs. W. A. Evans entertained at a quilting bee last Thursday after-. noon. A group of ladies spent the day quilting and were served a delicious de-licious dinner. In the group were Mrs. Reuben Davis, Mrs. Mary Winn, Mrs. Joseph Woolstenhulme, Mrs. Roland Tidd, Mrs. Hazel Allred, Mrs. C. F. Johnson and Mrs. Evans. Mrs. Jennie Nostrom is planning to leave Sunday for Los Angeles, California, where she will spend her two weeks vacation visiting with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Beck, and her son, Glenn Web- . Shirley Peterson, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Peterson, was hostess at a gay Hallowe'en party at her home last Wednesday evening. Hallowe'en stunts and games were enjoyed by fifteen little girls, after which delicious Hallowe'en Hallo-we'en refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dansle an nounce the marriage of their son, Elton Heber Dansle. and Miss vi-late vi-late Edna Forsyth of Provo, which was solemnized on Saturday, tober 26th. Both young people have manyj friends in their respective communities com-munities who are showering themj with wishes for much future success suc-cess and happiness. Saturday evening Mrs. Dansle and daughter Elvera, entertained at a miscellaneous shower party in honor of the young couple. The entertaining rooms were beautifully decorated for the occasion occa-sion in a color scheme of yellow and green. Yellow and green streamers and hearts were used and large baskets of flowers formed a beautiful setting for the affair. The evening was spent in games and delicious refreshments were served. Attending were the following: follow-ing: May Forsyth, Leola and Jerry Forsyth, Mrs. Delia Fox, Mrs. Ag-noo Ag-noo rft yivc Marip Oarson. Delia I Carson, Lucile Littleford, Thelma ' Littleford, Edith Davis, Lexia Bate- man, Reva Goates, Zina Anderson, Mrs. Lela Gray, Mrs. Ila Hadf ield, Miss Berniece Bradshaw, Bertha Clark, Mrs. Julia Gurney, Metta Christensen, Edna Rolfe, Tern Stewart, Beth Green of American Fork, Mrs. Dansie, Elvera Dansle and the honored guests. Get on Your Mark Get Set-Go ! ! ! Beat the Holiday Rush by racing to Ruth's Beauty Nook for striking new creations for all the coming events. Holiday Season requires you to look your best! Phone 45 or 113-W for. Appointment CALL EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH Ruth's Beauty, Nook GIVES TIHS SERVICE Hospital Notes Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rothe are rejoicing over the arrival of their first child, a fine baby son, born at the hospital Saturday, November 2. All concerned are doing nicely. John Fenniman of Kanab is receiving re-ceiving treatment at the local hospital hos-pital for cuts and bruises suffered in an automobile accident on the State highway last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carr of Salt Lake City spent Sunday visiting here with Mrs. Carr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Adamson of this, city were guests at a party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bate in American Amer-ican Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buckwalter of American Amer-ican Fork and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Her-man Swenson enioved a nhPiuont j dinner Sunday evening at the uwciusuh nome. ,., uuares ana worine Fox visited in Salt Lake City Saturday Sat-urday with Miss Rhoda May Goates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Goates of Blackfoot, Idaho, who is receiving medical treatment at the L. D. S. hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schow and grandson, Fred Brown, of Wendov-er, Wendov-er, Utah, visited here last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schown. Mr. and Mrs. Schown just returned from a two weeks visit with relatives rela-tives In Butte, Montana. They report re-port a very enjoyable trip. Mr. Schown- had not seen his relatives there for over twenty-five years. Mr. and Mrs. Lott E. Russon in company with Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Cleve-land Brown and Mr. and Mrs. William Wil-liam L. Benson, attended funeral services for a niece, Lois Brown, In Blackfoot, Idaho, Sunday. Lois was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Brown. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Joe Linchoten of Salt Lake City entertained enter-tained at a luncheon for Mrs. Wil-ford Wil-ford Russon, Mrs. Alva Wing, Mrs. Glen Wing, Mrs. Tom Woffinden, Mrs. George Wing, all of this city; Mrs. Val Spencer of Riverton, Mrs. Chris Linchoten, Mrs. Delbert Adams Ad-ams and Mrs. Margaret Linchoten. all of Salt Lake City. The ladies spent the afternoon In needlework. Mrs. Geneva Stewart has been visiting in Salt Lake City during the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Orien Burgess and children of Alpine visited here Sunday Sun-day with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil H. Peterson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Webb and small son of Spanish Fork visited here Sunday evening with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Royle and Bishop and Mrs. Ernest N. Webb. Mrs. Jack Whipple received word this week that her nephew," Lloyd Thompson, of Marshall, Illinois, had volunteered for service in the United States Army and was now located at a camp in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wanlass and Mr. and Mrs. Urban Johnson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sam-uel Wanlass in American Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boley of Salt Lake City were visiting here Sunday Sun-day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Johnson." The Mothers club met at the home of Mrs. Kate Holmstead Monday afternoon to honor the birthday anniversary of one of their members, Mrs. Lottie Peterson. Peter-son. Social diversions were enjoyed en-joyed and a delicious luncheon served. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sunderland Sunder-land and family were in American Fork Sunday, attending funeral services ser-vices held for Elmer Thomas Chad-wick, Chad-wick, 53, who died Thursday at the American Fork hospital of a heart ailment Mr. Chadwick was Mrs. Sunderland's brother. Mrs. Ben Rose, Mrs. Ellen De-Witt De-Witt and Mrs. Grace Wray of Salt Lake City visited here Saturday with Mrs. Alice Tuckfield. Thursday . evening Mr. and Mrs, George Carson entertained a group of friends at a Hallowe'en party, Enjoying the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Cassel Willes, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Fagan, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Woffinden Wof-finden and Mr. and Mrs. Carson. Mrs. Ralph Davis entertained the Pandora club members at her home last Thursday evening. A prettily-appointed prettily-appointed luncheon was served at one large table in the dining room. A patriotic theme, in keeping with the times, was carried out in the room and table decorations. A crystal crys-tal vase of red and white chrysanthemums chrysan-themums centered the table and on either side were tall blue candle tapers. Present at the affair were Mrs. Lowell Brown, Mrs. John Southwick, Mrs. LeRoy Loveridge, Mrs. Jay Haws, Mrs. Warren Goates, Mrs. Armond Webb, Mrs. Hugh Rhodes, Mrs. Byron Whipple, Mrs. Joseph Robison, Mrs. Herman Swenson, Swen-son, Miss LaPriel Goodwin, the hostess and one guest, Mrs. Frank Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. LaMont Smith are proud parents of a fine baby daughter, daugh-ter, born at the hospital last Wednesday. Wed-nesday. All concerned are doing nicely. Local Items Mr. and Mrs. George Strasburg were visitors to Salt Lake City on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Adams spent Monday visiting in Salt Lake City and Tooele. Mrs. Nettie Phillips arrived here this week from Aberdeen, Idaho, for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Ball. m r cYcra- you can use same ticket on the TR AIN OR BUS to points on Marysvale Branch ONE and One-third FARE for the ROUND TRIP Rio Grande train tickets now intorni,,. Rio Grande Motor Way tickets. Choose scheZ most. rnnvpniVnt fnr hncinooo a i r. wa auu jleasure j. Go both ways by train . . .or bus . v and return the other. O TICKETS ON SALE DAILY ... GOOD FOR 29 DAYS. For information about this NEW SERVICE LOW FARESV. see your " RioGranBe Agent ... or Rio Grande Motor Way Agent Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stewart of Salt Lake City have been visiting here during the past several days at the home jof , Mr. Stewartfls mother, Mrs. Geneva Stewart. Mrs. Sarah E. Gaisford, Lila, Pete and Dewey Gaisford and Mrs. A. D. Christofferson visited at : the Bingham hospital Sunday with Robert Rob-ert Gaisford. Mr. and Mrs. David I. Gardner and children were visiting in West Jordan Sunday with Mr. Gardner's Gard-ner's mother, Mrs. R. B. Gardner, who was celebrating her eighty-fourth eighty-fourth birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Burgess J oaby son of Salt Lake City n visiung nere Sunday with U Burgess' parents, Mr. and Junius Banks. Mrs. Margaret Potter and i and Mrs. Calvin Swenson of Pie J ant Grove attended the tei services held for Kenneth Tar: in Provo, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fjeld of m Lake City visited here Sunday t: Mr. Fjeld's parents, Mr. and m Andrew Fjeld. They also vteted American Fork with Mr, and U Fred Carter. . Mrs. Hugh Rhodes entertained Saturday afternoon at her home for a group of girlhood school chums. A dainty luncheon was served and the afternoon spent in social chat. Present were Mrs. Emery Em-ery C. Smith of Salt Lake City, Mrs. John C Gilchrist and : Mrs. Glen Wasden of Provo, Mrs. Rex Holmstead and the hostess of this city. Do You Enjoy Good Food! If you do Let us serve you. Folks say our meals are really delicious and satisfying. We serve full-couise dinners, plate lunches, sandwiches, short orders, coffee, hamburgers, meat pies, chili, etc. Open Early for Breakfasts! ICE CREAM CANDY CONFECTIONS If You're Hungry Come to DANNY'S DINER State Street Lehi I t WANTED!!! HIGHEST PRICES PAH) FOR Bones, Wool, Hides, Pelts, Furs and Dead or Useless Animals. Pelt Prices Paid for Dead or Useless Sheep Prompt Service. Utah Hide & Tallow Co. PHONE 88 Three Miles West of Spanish Fork DEER HUNTERS We Pay Highest Prices for DEER SKINS KELVINATOR RANGE 1940 DELUXE MODEL COO p .ft. - ' v. ,v v v '" ' MODEL ER39 Wa ALLOWANCE for Old Range 81 $1305 Features . . . One-piece welded to construction -enamel on steel cabinet inside in-side and out (Wffl not rust) One-piece acid-resisting porcelain on steel top. Insulated oven big eno for festive holiday mesA 16 inches wide by 16 toe high by 19 Inches deep i w door closed, and economical for small family fami-ly dinners. Fibre glass insulation. justable nickel - 1JJ shelves, convenient matic oven light. Oven heat control r& thermostat with ;J-J preheat cut-out, exw with Kelvinator". Electric Clock a8 Timing Oven Control. EXTRA FAST TJnits-5 Heating Sp TERMS LEHI HARDWARE CO.