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, i THURSDAY, THE LEIII SUN, LEHI, UTAH TtttmSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1940 I Specials For the Week-end! Electric Heat Pads $2.50 and up $1.00, Ambrosia Cleanser 59c 50c Hinds Honey and Almond 2 for 51c Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic and Shampoo 69c 1 lb. Cherry Chocolates A 25c High-Potency Cod Liver Oil $1.00 50c McKesson's Dental Cream 29c 1 Quart Puretest Cod Liver Oil $1.49 Super D Cod Liver Oil 89c $1.00 Mineral Oil and Magnesia Milk 79c Quart Agarex Compound $1.49 75c Baume Ben-Gay 65c 25c Talcum and 35c Lavender Shave Cream 39c 1 Tablet a Day Vitamin A and G 35c and 65c Rex Seltzer 19c and 43c 75c Puretest Mineral Oil 69c LEHI DRUG CO: MAIN STREET LEHI Hospital Notes Mrs. Merlin Prestwich was removed re-moved to her home In Pleasant Grove Sunday from the Lehi hospital. Mrs. Edwin Aiken and baby of Bingham were removed from the hospital Saturday to the home of her sister, Mrs. Ernest Peterson. Mrs. Douglas Willes was admitted to the hospital last Wednesday for medical treatment. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. William Wil-liam Street was admitted to the hospital last Wednesday for medical medi-cal care. Mr, and Mrs. William D. Wat-kins Wat-kins are proud parents of a fine baby son, born at the local hospital Saturday night. All concerned are doing nicely. The New 1941 EASY WASHERS Are Here! Let Us Show Them To You You'll Be Interested Regular trade-in allowance on your old washer. Old washers repaired and original parts replaced. Arnold C. Brems WATKINS DEALER Phone 86-W - - - - Lehi, Utah Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Evans of Salt Lake City announce the arrival of a lovely baby daughter, born at the local hospital Sunday morning. Mrs. Evans was formerly Miss Madge Worlton of this city. Local Items Mrs. Elwood Davis of Provo spent Tuesday In Lehl visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Peterson. Mrs. Vera Hutchings. will entertain enter-tain the members of the Brldgedere club , at her home this evening (Thursday). Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Miller spent Thanksgiving day In American Fork with Mr. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Rowley Goodwin and three children spent Thanksgiving Thanks-giving day in Fountain Green with Mrs. Goodwin's mother. Mrs. Samuel N. Crane of Draper spent last Tuesday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gray. Russell Bone left by train Friday for Pensacola, Florida, where he will complete his aviation training at the United States Government air base. He recently completed his preliminary training at the air base In Oakland, California, and will receive re-ceive advance training at Pensacola. Pensa-cola. He expects to be there for seven months. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bone, George and Ray Bone, and Mrs. Ruel Evans accompanied him to the train In Salt Lake City, Friday. Our First Grade GAS 19c sallon For Easy Starting On Cold Mornings! Drive out and Save F. B. Grant SARATOGA ROAD Lehi, Utah Dale Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Miller, celebrated his 11th birthday anniversary Tuesday evening eve-ning bv entertaining a group ol fifteen little friends at a gay birth day party. The little guests came at 5 o'clock, enjoyed lively games and delicious refreshments and then were Dale's guests at a show at the Royal Theatre. For HER Xmas Beautiful Canary Marriage Announced Guaranteed Singers Cottage Tea Room American Fork. Utah ' 2 ........ V Mrs. A. F. Gaisford, Mrs. Earl Gaisford and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gaisford in American Amer-ican Fork, on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. John R. Bone and sons, George, Russell and Ray, spent Thanksgiving day in Garland with Mr. Bone. Mr. Bone came home with them and visited here until Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Boyack of Spanish Fork visited in Lehl with Mayor and Mrs. Dean Prior from Wednesday until Sunday. On Saturday Sat-urday Mr. and Mrs. Prior and Mr. and Mrs. Boyack visited In Salt Lake City. THE WISE MEN, Followed The Star The Wise Xmas Buyers are Following the Crowds Here to SANTA CLAUS TOYLAND Headquarters The Merry Xmas Store You Are Doubly Welcome At GOODWIN'S The Home of Humming Bird Silk and Nylon Hosiery for her and Wolverine Work Shoes for the man who toils. Mrs. Edwin Aiken and baby were removed from the hospital last week to the home of her sister, Mrs. Ernest Ern-est Peterson, where they visited until un-til Sunday before returning to their home in Bingham. Norine Aiken spent two weeks at the Peterson home. Miss Huitua Allred, who teaches at the South Summit high school In Kamas, and Miss Arlene Allred, who teaches at Duchesne, were home to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with their parents, President Presi-dent and Mrs. Rodney C. Allred. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gray are rejoicing over the arrival of their first child, a lovely baby daughter, bora on Sunday, November 24. Mother and baby are reported to be doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Allen of Vineyard and Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gray of this city are the proud grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson entertained en-tertained at a family dinner on Thanksgiving day. (Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Alma Peterson and family of, Mercur, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Boley and family of American Amer-ican Fork, Weston Pratt and children chil-dren of American Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Woffinden and daughter daugh-ter and the host and hostess of this city. Buy Practical Presents for Xmas Select your Presents and we will lay them away for you New Merchandise for Christmas SHOES FOR THE 'FAMILY BLANKETS to keep you warm! Boys and Girls' SHOE SKATES RUBBER FOOTWEAR for all members of the family. Keep your feet dry. Men's OVERCOATS , ' SHOP EARLY AND; SAVE! POWERS SHOE STORE The marriage of Miss Mabel Sims, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Sims, and Wesley Ainsworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ainsworth of Crescent, is being performed today (Thursday) in the Salt Lake tem ple. Both young people have hosts of friends in their respective communities commun-ities who are showering them with congratulations and wishes for future fu-ture success and happiness. During the past week the young bride has been extensively entertained enter-tained by relatives and friends. Friday afternoon Mrs. Maxine Dunn and Mrs. J. L. Ainsworth were joint hostesses at a delightful party at the home of Mrs. Dunn in Crescent Cres-cent in honor of the young bride-elect. bride-elect. Interesting games were played and refreshments were served. Thirty guests were present. Many lovely gifts were presented to the guest of honor. On Monday evening Mrs. Thomas Sims entertained at a bridal shower I in the Lehl Second ward chapel in Mabel's honor. A program was 1 given, games were played and J dainty refreshments were served. Program numbers included an instrumental in-strumental duet by Misses Carma Clark and Edna Norman, accompanied accom-panied by Leone Jones; a reading by Mrs. Lucile Rhodes, a song, "Memory" by the Second ward girls' chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Alta Webb, a reading by Miss Ger-aldine Ger-aldine flflnomson, and two vocal solos by Miss Ada Phillips. The games were directed by Mrs. Lester Peterson. In charge of the gifts and serving were Mrs. Levi Phillips, Mrs. Sims, Miss Virginia Austin, Miss Elsie Calton, Miss Betty Wilson, Miss Jean Johnson and Miss Bessie , Smith of Salt Lake City. The young bride-elect received many beautiful and useful gifts. Tuesday evening the members of the Second Ward girls' chorus, of which Miss; Sims is a member, entertained en-tertained at a miscellaneous shower party at the home of , ,Mrs. Alta Webb. Lively games were enjoyed and dainty refreshments served. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Jackson of Cedar City spent Thanksgiving day here with Mr. Jackson's mother, Mrs. Samuel Jackson. Mrs. Jack son and her guests were dinner guests at the Niels Nelson home in American Fork.' Mrs. Mrs. Ben Rose of Salt Lake City visited here Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Alice Tuckfield. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Adams were guests of Mrs. Leonard Chip-man Chip-man In American Fork, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Ravenscroft of Salt Lake City spent Sunday here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Holmstead. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gardner spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs.' Robert C. Pixton of Salt Lake City..";, -v . . ,;. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Adamson and daughters were guests of Mrs. Ad-amson's Ad-amson's mother, Mrs. Pearl Wad-ley, Wad-ley, of Pleasant Grove, at dinner on Thanksgiving day. v Mrs. Samuel Jackson spent Sunday Sun-day in American Fork visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Jackson. Mrs. Andy Trane and daughter, Delores, was visiting in Salt Lake City on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Evans spent Sunday visiting in Magna with Mr. and' - Mrs. J Ferd Evans. I'LL Mr., and Mrs. Elmer Jackson entertained en-tertained at a family dinner on Thanksgiving day for members of their family and Mr. Roy Lovell of Provo arid Mr. Jack Stanger of Salt Lake City. - Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Thornton, Julia and May Thornton of Delta and Phil Thornton, who is attending attend-ing the Branch Agricultural college at Cedar City, spent the Thanksgiving Thanks-giving holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Garrett. Delyle Hitchcock of Westwood, California, arrived here last week for a visit with relatives. His wife and two children have been visiting here for the past six weeks and he came to take them back home. Dear Mr. Santa Claus; I would, certainly like to receive re-ceive a Beautiful Hair Dress, Permanent Wave or one of the gifts that are now at Ruth's Beauty Nook I hope you will make my appointment early and avoid the rush. Sincerely, A Lady In Need. Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Evans were Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boley, Miss Virginia Woods, Robert McCarthy, all of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Inez Olsen and son, Junior, of Provo. . Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Glover entertained en-tertained at dinner on Thanksgiving day for Mrs. Rachel Hitchcock and son, Bud, and daughters, Geraldine and Chell, Mr. and Mrs. William Ball and children, Lee and Marilyn, Mari-lyn, of Garfield. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Glover entertained at a cold turkey luncheon for Mr. and Mrs. Delyle Hitchcock of Westwood. California, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Price. Mrs. Afton Giles spent from Friday Fri-day until Sunday in Salt Lake City at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Mer-lin Giles. Mr. Giles and sons, Stanford Stan-ford and Harold, spent Sunday there. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Webb and two children, Dan and Susanne, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, visited here from Wednesday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Webb and other relatives. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Haws at dinner on Thanksgiving day were Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Rhodes and family of Hunter1, Mrs. Joseph S Broadbent and son, AMn, Mr. and Mrs. John Broadbent and Mr. and, Mrs. LeRoy Loveridge and family. The Holiday Season is at Hand! Get Your . Xmas Candies NOW Lovely Boxes and by the pound 15c lb. and up. Mi Let Us Make Your Xmas Puddings ORDER THEM Nnw Give a Magazine Subscription for a Christmas Gift We will be glad to take care of your orders Christmas Cards, Wrappings, etc Trmnaman s Cafe LEHI MAIN STREET Order Your COAL To-day We Carry The Best Peerless & Huntington Canyon Coa Otto Fatheringham and Son First East Fourth North . . Lehi, Utah Use Three-Bar Dairy Mi For Cooking! An adequate diet is one which contains plenty of Milk, because it is our best source of calcium and an excellent provider of Vitamin A, both of which are essential for the maintenance and development of Good Health. Our Milk Is Pasteurized THREE BAR DAIRY Paid for STATE PURPOSES Total Utah Tax $29,906.24 Paid in Utah County $7,394.23 Paid for SCHOOL PURPOSES Total Utah Tax $385,680.53 Paid in Utah County $92,660.97 H'l'HuSy Paid for COUNTY PURPOSES Total Utah Tax $136,251.82 Paid in Utah County $32,000.61 Paid for ROAD PURPOSES Total Utah Tax $52,118.17 Paid in Utah County $8,567.11 Mrs. James H. Gardner visited at the Utah Valley hospital in Provo Monday afternoon with her grandson, grand-son, Grant Gardner, who is there for medical treatment. Grant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Gardner of Detroit, Michigan. He k attending the B. Y. U. at Provo. lti)::5fc i i krw wau mm II i f - mf,. Miiat LiUKB "V il' H en Delivered to Your County J Paid for CITY and TOWN PURPOSES. Total Utah Tax $69,334.74 Paid in Utah County $10,430v94 Rio Grande Propertg Ta Paid in Utah Last Yea ' $673,291.50 RIO GRANDE PROPERTY TAJ PAID UTAH COUNT $151,053.86 m. . t x. Rin firemde We Railroad, serving vast and poau j areas of Utah, pays one a u -individual property tax bills in up-mi. up-mi. . d.. n,r,s is croud- among uran s uiy that, year after year, it can contr c mnterirtTIv to the support .a schools, good roads efficient county and municipal aorernrne Yw be interested W , tm r"vTTMTY . . . O" I ' ures lor i uun ww- - 6 ri proof that Your Home BbJJ only a progressive vavv-vant...butagoodatizen;.- 1 ing shoulder to shoulder jtfJJJ ii wl ritizens in wrtDB , J advancement and prosper community. GEORGE. I InL moffat ,n4i 3 SCENIC LIKE j J.