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lixxvi . ; ; LERI, UTAH, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1911 Stake Hi-Le Fest Will 5e Grand Celebration ! T VpWpI Bag ... blans for Lehi stake's celebration, -The Hl-Le now cPleted 611(1 tfcn for three days ? entertainment. Next Wed-mursday Wed-mursday and Friday. Feb-. Feb-. 7. members of the : 1 will Join together In real j, class enierv"uC" - TspWt of wholesome fellow-i fellow-i good will during the gay e general conumn.cc .'L thrpe day celebration an- Ue the following three-day pro- E'erfay, February 5 ..Up miance ioi imuici w tary school age. in the high jol gym riA vwiuj ffl to 7:30 p. m. Hot dinner in iffiient of tabernacle, conces-.A conces-.A refreshments. 30 to 8:00 p. m. wana uyeu-df uyeu-df Hi-Le Fest. Crowning of hen, music, species auoiwuluu ; tabernacle. 130 to 9:30 p. m. Grand concert - K-piece band of the Brlgham & university, under direction Professor Sauer. j jo p. m Auction sale, under ettion of Seventies Quorum ditorium of the tabernacle. Con dons in basement after auction. hnrsday, February 6 J OO p. m. High class program - boys and girls of junior and .-jot high school ages. Candy, corn and other refreshments on Je-Auditorium of tabernacle, e 00 to 7:30 p. m. Hot cooked incr in basement of tabernacle, reshments and concessions. !:00 p. m. Three Act Comedy, ty of Living", by speech depart-4 depart-4 of Brigham , Young univers-j, univers-j, under personal direction of Dr. Earl Pardoe. This is a royalty ;jf by Frank Vreeland and won liar acclaim in its screen show-! show-! with Irene Dunne and Douglas ' jknks Jr., co-starred. The audi ts Is promised a laugh every ten s- Fifteen players are Into In-to the cast. After the play there will be an sale, concessions and re giments. , February 7 S00 to 7:30 p. m.-Hot dinner-in Sflnent of tabernacle. Itefresh- 'nt and concessions. 100 to 9:30 p. m-Varietv show pa by McCune School of Music F Art, supported by other out going talent. At this conclud-program conclud-program of the Hi-Le Fest a treat is promised, fully up to swiaaras of the first two nights. ;M tO 12:00 I. TYl Oliaon'o IKall FDansArt . : between 7 and 7:30 d. m. on each "eainga 4 laugh with ihifA w ui 1UVA1. M Battle Creek Hillbillies" and f Wtendid features will be in- concessions win inrfiiH q :DtirTf ct, j, .. "k ana otner novelty itures. lie Hnhhv l , ... . , ucycu ument will in- "any fine features. See what "er8 do in their 1. wM-iV, VG OllU expert m their hobby. " 7 " w side shows, barkers ;;iing to give a touch of hv t . . 1 rnivai. i Lehl stakp i m. F'uucut nave ; the following statement in - j me affair: '"Saints of laj stake: ,e neartUv mm.j x. h n, -uciiu to you me outlined x. owledge every at- .u 0I unquestionable ter and fniitr . the committee. "Value re- rotlr for th- - - . . nrr0 uays 01 whole-creation whole-creation and fun. A- Carlos Schow, fdney c. Alfred. H. Peterson. Stake Presidency. menu for the hot dinners The .mo.r "oniary 5 Roast d. brown gravy, iir, turnips, salad, plum hot sauce and Suam FebrUary &-Southern Galloped potatoes. N aB; eelatine salad, corn fbak '-wiss steak, K s ring beans. 6 aiao, hot rolls and Cedar Valley Miss WillReign as Queen Of Hi-Le Fest Miss Nettie Cook, attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cook of the Cedar Valley ward, will reign as queen of the Lehl stake Hl-(Le Fest on February 5, 6 and 7, having won the queen's contest which drew to a close Tuesday Tues-day evening at the stake Merry-Go-Round dance. Miss Cook won the contest with a total of 361,000 votes. Miss Clara Orton of the Lehl First ward came second "In the contest. Throughout the evening the race was exceedingly exceed-ingly close between these two young ladies, Miss Orton holding the lead at various intervals and then when the final votes were counted at 11 o'clock Miss Cook lead by quite a large majority. Miss Orton received a total of 270,000 votes. Other contestants finished as follows: Miss June Anderson, An-derson, Lehl Fifth ward, 103,000; Miss Norma Price, Lehi Third ward, 67,500 votes; Virginia Peterson, Lehi Second ward, 44,000 votes; Maurine Russon, Lehl Fourth ward, 38,000 votes and Ruby Carson, Fairfield, Fair-field, 34,400 votes. Miss Cook has selected as her attendants at-tendants LaRae and LeRay Strickland, Strick-land, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. James Strickland of Cedar Fort. The queen will be officially crowned as queen of the Hi-Le Fest on Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. In the stake tabernacle. She will reign during the entire celebration and on the last evening, Friday, at 9:30 o'clock the Queen's Ball will be held in the DansArt in her honor.' Governor Maw To Be Guest Of Lehi Lions SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION MEETING NEXT SUNDAY The regular Sunday School Union meeting for Lehi stake will be held next Sunday, February 2, at 8 a. m. in the stake tabernacle. r ; T. . MHn to attend all attractions except dinners din-ners and concessions 50c. Children's dance and program 10c. Concessions 10c. Queen's Ball 50c. Extra Lady 10c. Dinners, per plate 35c. The articles at the Auction Sale ; will be sold for a little more than j the other fellow bids. The Lehi Lions club will hold their annual Valentine party, which is also a zone party for the Central Cen-tral Utah clubs on the evening of February 13. The affair will be held in the Lehl First ward amusement amuse-ment hall and the ladies of the First ward will cook and serve the dinner. 1 Governor Herbert B. Maw will be in attendance and will be the principal prin-cipal speaker of the evening. During the dinner a program will be given and dancing will follow. A Valentine scheme will be carried out in the hall and table decorations decora-tions and a fire burning in the fireplace will lend a touch to. the atmosphere. Clubs throughout this zone and some clubs outside of the zone have been issued invitations to the affair af-fair and local dub members expect a good response. Clubs invited are Heber, Provo, Payson, Pleasant Grove, American Fork, Ogden and Salt Lake City. The committee in charge . take this means of extending an invitation invita-tion to everyone who woujd like to attend this party, hear Governor Maw, and participate in the festivities. festiv-ities. Citizens of , the conimunity who would like to join in the affair are most heartily invited, however, all those attending must make reservations res-ervations with the attendance chairman, chair-man, Leo Hanson, not later than February 10. It will be necessary to know how many are planning to attend, so that proper arrangements arrange-ments can be made to take care of the group. It has been stated that during the sessions of the legislature, Governor Gov-ernor Maw restricts his social engagements, en-gagements, so the local club members mem-bers feel it an honor and are gratified grati-fied that he has accepted the invitation invi-tation totcome to Lehi on this evening. By Uarda McCarty Fairfield Resident Honored On 81st Birthday Inductees5 Benefits Under Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act Of 1941 Many benefits have been madethose policies in force prior to Oc- are w follows: available to all those on active duty in the military services at this time, as provided in the Soldiers Relief Act of 1940. The Act applies to everyone on active duty, including members of the National Guard, Regular Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and all those called to duty through Selective Service. Wide discretionary discretion-ary powers are given the courts in giving every protection to an individual in-dividual who may become delinquent on instalment contracts by reason of his reduced earnings through military service. All individuals who desire information infor-mation are urged to contact any attorney who is a member of the registrants' advisory board for specific spe-cific advice and interpretation. The law covers, in general, judgments and also puts a moratorium on all statutes of limitation during the period of military service, and affects af-fects rents, taxes and assessments, mortgages, instalment contracts, homestead entries on public lands, erazine nermits. mining claims, min eral leases and permits, irrigation rights, life insurance and income tax. Specifically as to life insurance, any individual owning a legal reserve re-serve life insurance contract, who by reason of his military service is tober 17, 1940 or issued not less than 30 days before the individual military mili-tary service. In connection with income taxes, an individual in military service still has to file reports as required, but if by reason of his military service ser-vice his ability to pay a tax is materially ma-terially impaired during the period of service and for 6 months thereafter, there-after, a moratorium is allowed with no interest or penalty accruing. All claims for deferment on income taxes must be made to the collector of Internal Revenue for the district in which the claimant resides. Of special interest is the regulation regula-tion relative to automobiles purchased pur-chased on instalment contract. According Ac-cording to Section 303 of the Act, if an individual has paid 50 per cent or more of the purchase price of an automobile he can, if necessary, ask for a moratorium on the balance of his payments until such time as he is relieved from active military duty, during which time all payments pay-ments are waived. However, the finance company may require the car to be placed in storage during this period of moratorium. This only applies to automobiles on which 50 per cent or more of the purchase price has been paid. All individuals now in military service, or' contemplating military ujr icaouu hij v--.rf i unable to meet premiums that fall J service, are urged to acquaint them- due. can on application to his in surance company arrange to have the Veterans Administration advance ad-vance premiums that fall due during dur-ing the period of military service. Tki. nil TnlS1pC 11TI frt O. A A1U B 1J pilLa Ull nu r maximum of $5000 and applies to J registrants' Advisory Boards. selves with their rights and privi leges under the companion legislation legisla-tion passed along with the Selective Training and Service Act, and full Information can be secured from Government Agents and members of Business as usual and plenty of it has been the rule in both branches of the current Utah state legislature despite failure of Governor Herbert B. Maw's governmental reorganization reorganiza-tion bill to reach the solons last week as expected. In fact, the legislators kept noses to the lawmaking grindstone by in troducing many and sundry bills during the past two weeks. Eighty-nine Eighty-nine saw the light of day in the senate. The house was not far behind be-hind with 69. Only one measure has passed both upper and lower branches, H. B. 3, permitting Ogden to continue with one city judge. Many of the introduced bills seek establishment of new commissions. Others ask existing state departments depart-ments to assume added duties or make departmental changes.; Some carry appropriations, while a few require additional tax levies. All in all, the legislators are proceeding along familiar lines and in so doing giving little heed to the sweeping department-commission changes and eliminations proposed in . Governor Maw's reorganization program. Among the more important measures meas-ures seeking departmental changes are five bills replacing the present public welfare department with a 3-member, full-time public welfare commission; abolishing county administrative ad-ministrative boards, transferring the division of old age assistance to the new commission, and giving it Jurisdiction Juris-diction over state schools, hospitals, prison, and self-help associations, children in custody of the Juvenile court, and all other welfare activities. activi-ties. The bills follow recommendations recommenda-tions made in the governor's reorganization reor-ganization message. ' Other measures introduced during the first two weeks of the session would create a state course of study committee to recommend school textbooks and changes in courses of study; housing authorities to undertake under-take slum clearances; state board of forestry and fire control; state meat inspection service; state board of pharmacy; state barber board; state apprentice council; zoning commission commis-sion and board of adjustment, and a legislative reference bureau. Creation of these bodies may or may not fit in Governar Maw's reorganization re-organization plans but their introduction intro-duction shows that the legislators are not awaiting submission of the reorganization program before airing air-ing their individual legislative desires. de-sires. There was every indication, too, that the lawmakers sought to clear the way for speedy considera tion of the chief executive's proposals pro-posals as embodied in the measure to be presented early this week. The Miller bill repealing allocation of $800,000 annually to cities and counties for streets and roads was withdrawn with the understanding that a substitute will be considered after the reorganization program has been placed before the legisla ture. Bills introduced provide for uniform traffic laws, abolish primary pri-mary run-off elections, ask local option op-tion on sale of liquors by the drink, adopt wage and hour regulations for intrastate business; exempt all house furnishings for personal property prop-erty taxes provide industrial compensation com-pensation for victims of occupational occupation-al diseases, fix a tax for noxious weed eradication, set up life insurance insur-ance cooperatives and reserve to the state, minerals in state lands and in navigable waters. Representative Burton H. Adams of Pleasant Grove co-sponsored H. B. 66. He was named chairman of the state training school committee of the house and to membership on the following committees:' agriculture, agricul-ture, appropriations, corperations, and military affairs. Mrs. Emma Petersen of Fairfield was honored at a delightful party at her home on January 18 by a group of Fairfield ladies, the affair honoring her 81st birthday anniversary anni-versary which occurred on the following fol-lowing day, January 19. The afternoon .was pleasantly spent in chatting and singing hymns in which Mr. Hans R. Petersen, her husband, age 90, who has been bedfast for the past five years, participated. par-ticipated. Mrs. Petersen, the guest of honor, played the violin, and Le aone Carson played the organ. Mr. Petersen said he has not enjoyed such a treat for a long time. Later in the afternoon delicious refreshments were served and lovely love-ly gifts were presented to Mrs. Petersen. Pe-tersen. Those present were: Mary Carson, Rebecca McKinney, Lovira Hog-gard, Hog-gard, Minnie Tegan, Leaone Carson, Car-son, Anna Carson, Leatha Carson, Myrtle Erickson, Edna Hoggan, Iris Dahl, and Clara Clover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Petersen. Members of the family called and sent gifts to Mrs. Petersen on Sunday- Date Set For Gold & Green Ball The date for the annual M. I. A. Gold and Green ball of Lehi stake has been set for Friday evening, February 14, announces stake M. I. A. officers. , Plans are already going forward for this big social function, and everything points to a- very lovely affair. The queen will be chosen from the Lehi Fourth ward this year and each of the other wards in the stake will select one attendant. A number of features are being planned at the present time to make this year's ball a wonderful occasion. occa-sion. Each of the wards will assist as-sist in the hall decorations and all will work together to make the 1941 Gold and Green ball the best in the history of the stake. Ordinance Creates Electric And Water Utility Board For Lehi City Lehi's Oldest Resident Being Feted Today SOPHOMORE GIRLS FORM CLUB "The Gay-Teens" Music Club was organized Monday, January 27 by 17 Sophomore girls. They elected the following officers: Cleo Chris-tensen, Chris-tensen, president; Ada Phillips, vice president; Leone Jones, secretary; Maxine Webb, reporter. These girls have been singing' together to-gether for about two years under the direction of Miss Ada Phillips with Miss Leone Jones as accompanist. accom-panist. They have provided the citizens of Lehi with a great deal of entertainment. Regular meetings are to be held on Mondays from 4 to 5 p. m. A big majority of Lehi's older residents are expected to Join in the annual mid-winter Old Folks outing being held today (Thursday). The committee have planned a full day's entertainment for them and have taken into consideration every detail that will help in making the outing one of the most successful ever held here. The festivities will get underwey about 11 a. m. when the guests will assemble in the stake tabernacle and visit with friends and acquaintances. acquaint-ances. At noon the usual delicious dinner will be served and the cooks have planned a very tempting and delicious menu. A program will be given during the afternoon and dancing to Car ter's orchestra will also be enjoyed The program will include the following fol-lowing fine numbers: Several selections se-lections by the high school orches tra, vocal and instrumental numbers num-bers by students of the high school, under the direction of Frank Shaw; reading by Mrs. Ruth Wanlass, vocal vo-cal solo, a. and b. numbers, Mario Gardner; reading by Miss Maxine Webb and short speeches by Invited guests. In the early evening luncheon will be served and the Lehi high school students will present a three-act three-act play, "June in January." Later the regular dance will be held in the tabernacle basement and this will be the closing feature of the day's entertainment. The public pub-lic is invited to Join in this affair. Everyone in the community 60 years of age and over, widows, widowers, wid-owers, missionary wives, bishoprics and stake presidency are invited to attend. Missionary Parents And Wives Will Meet Friday A meeting of the Missionary Parents Par-ents and Wives association will be held Friday evening, January 31, at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Bishop and Mrs. Henry Erickson. The meeting was previously announced an-nounced for Thursday evening, January 30, but because of the Old Folks outing it was changed to Friday Fri-day night. All members and all those eligible for membership in the organization are cordially invited and urged to be in attendance. Lehi Scouts Will Observe 31st Anniversary Week School Lunch Menu FEBRUARY 3 TO FEBRUARY 7 Monday Cream of tomato soup, peanut butter and grated carrot sandwich, fruit and cookies. Tuesday Beef and liver vegetable vege-table stew, prune bread, cocoa, cookies and fresh fruit. Wednesday Creamed vegetable (string beans), mashed potatoes, cornmeal cake with fruit sauce. Thursday Baked beans, cocoa, carrot sticks, graham bread, cocoa, and grapefruit. Friday Vegetable soup, corn-bread, corn-bread, rice pudding- The Boy Scouts of the Lehi DiS' trict with other Scouts throughout the national will join in observing the Thirty-First Anniversary Week of Scouting from February 7 to 13, inclusive. The theme of the week is: "ScoutingStrengthens "Scout-ingStrengthens and Invigorates Democracy." Scout uniforms should be worn during this week and every troop should have a window display of Scouting, Campcraft, Handicraft, Literature, Outdoor Scenery, etc. in prominent buildings all during the week. The week's program follows: Friday, Parents Day Feb. 7 A troop Parents and Scout banquet ban-quet will cement the spirit of Scouting, Scout-ing, and thrill everyone. Saturday, Recommittal Day Feb- 8 All Scouts of the district will gather as a troop for a radio hookup hook-up and join with the broadcast over KSl,. in a Recommittal of the Scout Oath and Law in strengthening strength-ening and invigorating democracy. Every Scout and Scouter will recommit re-commit with the 1,200,000 Scouts End Scouters in America. President Presi-dent Franklin D- Roosevelt and Chief Scout Executive Dr. James EL West, win be on the air. Other features of this evening will Liclude garnet and - refresh- mtnts. Scout Sunday February 9 Every troop will feature Scouts In Sunday programs: Sunday School Two and one-half minute talks, songs, etc.; special Sunday program, or a Court of Honor. Resolution "Every Scout to Re ceive a Recognition." Attend church in uniform as a body. "Good Turn" Day February 10 Every troop and patrol will make arrangements and conduct a special Good Turn. Suggestions: Feed birds, chop wood, paint fences, clean yards, fix bridges, remove trash, sweep snow, spread cinders on icy Walks, gravel or cement sidewalks, etc. Lord Baden-Powell Day Feb. 11 Scouts will present special pro gram in Mutual in their own troop meetings in honor of Lord Baden-Powell, Baden-Powell, the founder of scouting, v ho passed away January 8, 1941-Scout 1941-Scout School Day February 12 Lincoln's Birthday Appropriate Scout exercises in school. Arrange to have every troop present a program pro-gram In school and eivic club gatherings. gath-erings. Thursday, Good Turn Day Feb. 13 Each Scout should perform special spe-cial home good turns, and the troop participate as a body in one larger good turn. An ordinance creating an electric and water utility board for Lehi City and providing for the name. the number of members, the term of each member, the salary of each. member, etc. has been passed by the Mayor and City Council and is published In another place in this Issue. The ordinance states that it is deemed necessary, convenient and desirable by the Lehl City Council to create and establish an electric and water utility board and to give this board all necessary power and authority to manage, govern and administer the system and all matters mat-ters pertaining thereto in a nonpartisan non-partisan way on the basis of highest high-est business efficiency and in accordance ac-cordance with the highest obtainable obtain-able public good. , The board shall be known as "The Electric and Water Utility Board of Lehi City", and shall consist of three members to be appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the council. The ordinance states that the three members of the board shall be appointed on or before the first Monday in March for the following fol-lowing terms: one for a term of six years; one for a term of four years; one for a term of two years, and thereafter biennially at the expiration ex-piration of said terms and thenceforth, thence-forth, all appointments shall be for a term of six years. Each member mem-ber of the board shall be compensated compen-sated for the performance of the duties provided and shall receive $2.50 for each official meeting or the board attended by the members, provided, however, that said sal ¬ aries shall not exceed the sum of $40 per year for each member. To be eligible for appointment to the electric and water utility board, the candidate must be a citizen of the United States, Lehi City, and a resident tax payer of said city. He must be of good character and possess qualifications necessary for the administration of affairs connected con-nected with the efficient management manage-ment of the utilities of the city. The board shall select its own chairman chair-man and secretary subject to the approval of the Mayor and City Council. The board shall hold regular meetings at least once a month and shall make a monthly written report re-port of Its actions to the Mayor and Council. This utility board is given the general direction, general supervision, supervi-sion, general control and general management of the electric power plant and lighting system and water system and of the erection, construction, con-struction, repair, additions, enlargement, enlarge-ment, extensions and replacements of the same- This board shall appoint a utility util-ity superintendent and such other clerks, employees and laborers, under un-der the recommendations of said utility superintendent as may be necessary to carry out its duties and rowers. The board is also authorized to fix salaries and wages of the utility superintendent, necessary neces-sary employees and laborers and is authorized and empowered to supervise su-pervise and direct the collection of rates to be paid by the inhabitants of the city. The offices and duties of the superintendent of water works and. electrician of Lehi City are consolidated consoli-dated into the office and duties of a utility superintendent of Lehl City In so far as said offices and duties do not In any manner conflict con-flict with the office and duties of said utility superintendent of Lehi City. , It shall be the duty of said utility superintendent, on being deputized by the city clerk to collect money for the use of electric power and light and water supplied by said utility. It will also be his duty to purchase things necessary for adequate ade-quate operation of the utilities. Citizens are urged to read the ordinance In detail, which gives all of the information pertaining to this new set-up. PLAY SCHOOL SUPERVISOR WILL SPEAK TO MOTHERS Mrs. Jenna V. Holland, state su pervisor of the W P A Play Schools. will be at Lehi on Friday. February 7, and will address the mothers of the Play School children. Her sub ject will be "Sex Education for Preschool Pre-school Children." All of the mothers are urged to keep this date in mind and plan. to be in attendance.