THURSDAY, MARCH 13 THURSDAY. MARCH 13. 1941 THE LEHI SUN, LEHI, UTAH- ' THE LEHI SUN Published Every Thursday at Lehi, Utah, by the LEHI SUN PUBLISHING CO. Entered as Second Class Matter, Mat-ter, at the Postefficeat Lehi, Utah, under the act of March 3, 1879. Btbscriptlon Bate $1.00 Per Tear Leo Goates of Salt Lake City visited vis-ited with Lehi relatives on Saturday- Mrs. Ralph Davis, Mrs. Hugh Rhodes, and Miss Lexla Bate man were visiting in Salt Lake City on Monday. MEMBER. rTTI "KTT Qi THE- ASSOCIATION UTAH STATE PRtSS Local Items Mrs. Niron Fowler and Mrs. Bert Beck spent Saturday visiting In Provo. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wanlass and daughter, Pay, made a business trip to Salt Lake City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Davis of Salt Lake City spent Monday visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. William Wil-liam Trinnarnan. Mrs- Ellen Thomas in company with her daughter, Mrs. M. J. Davis of Provo, spent last Wednesday in Salt Lake City. They went through the temple and later visited with Mrs. U. A. Jones. Mrs. Alta Hansen is entertaining the members of the Bridgedere club at her home this evening (Thursday). Mr. and Mra. Alton Wilkins are proud and happy parents of a fine baby son, born Sunday evening-Mother evening-Mother and baby are reported to be doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan W. Clark attended the concert in the Salt Lake tabernacle Friday evening given by the great Norwegian opera singer, Kirsten Flagsted. A group of Lehi ladies attended the show, "There Shall Be No Night" by Lynn Fontaine and her husband, Alfred Lunt, at the Utah Theatre in Salt Lake City Monday afternoon. In the group were Mrs. Elmo Eddington, Mrs. T. F. Kirk-ham, Kirk-ham, Mrs. George Lewis, Mrs. Alton Al-ton Giles, Mrs. W- L. Worlton, Mrs. D. R. Mitchell and Mrs. A. W. Davis- "Rush that order! "Ship it now!" "O.K. let's go aheadP When you want action reach for your ' " telephone I It takes you to other towns and brings an immediate, spoken reply. Ask the operator for rates to any town. The Mountain .States Telephone and Telegraph Co. Make Larsen's Your Food Supply Depot-Your shopping headquarters "To keep a man happy feed him well" and that applys to all members of the family. You can get the Best Quality at the Right Priees At Our Store. PHONE 17 FOR PROMPT DELIVERIES LARSEN BROS. Main Street Lehi Make Your Life More Happy With a NEW EASY WASHER 34 Major Improvements 15 Exclusive Features J The Biggest Buy in Washers mi Priced to Set New Standards of Value! " Don't put off the purchase of your New Easy Washer when you can start enjoying all its advantages ad-vantages by buying Now On Easy Terms. SEE YOUR DEALER All other makes of washers repaired and original parts replaced ?j WATKINS DEALER j Arnold C. Brems PHONE 86-W LEHI, UTAH 2. OUR DEMOCRACY PREPAREDNESS AND DEFENSE ft WW? t Beginning with the musket BEHIND THE DOOR OF THE CABIN IN THE WILOERNESS, AND THE VOLUNTEER. FIRE DEPARTMENT IN THE NEW, GROWING TOWN-PREPAREDNESS TOWN-PREPAREDNESS HAS BEEN NATURAL TO AMERICANS -ONCE THEY KNEW THEY HEEDED IT. sfiC"- B . W-w, m 8 Art "'"M-M 1 Coast guards -forest rangers-pusuc health workers - FIRE INSURANCE -LIFE INSURANCE -THE POLICE - WITH THESE WE ARE READy TO AVERT, OR IF NEED BE, WITHSTAND cwn piav a MIC MflW POP PA EE WITH ,, vii- w-w r- - .-v. - &s -v TANKS AND PLANES AND HOWITZERS. V CLASSIFIED TWO COLTS for Sale or Trade. Call at Lehi Cereal Mill. 3-13 FOR SALE Good Seed Barley; also Wagon. W. R. Hardman, Tel. 154-W. Lehi. 3-13-2t FOR SALE AH Enamel Gasoline Stove. See Mrs. E. B. Dickerson, Lehi.' 3-13-2t BUY OR SELL Livestock of all kinds. Archie Boren, Pleasant Grove. Phone 3391. 3-13-9tp FORD COUPE FOR SALE Owner Own-er gone with guards. Inquire Harold Har-old W. Barnes, Lehi. 3-13-tf FOR SALE Building Lot. See Mrs. A. T. Gaisford. FOR SALE Alfalfa Seed; also bottled Jersey Milk. J. P- Royle, Lehi. 2-6-tf Stake Bee-Hive Buzz Is Lovely Affair The stake spring "Bee-Hive Buzz" held last Thursday evening, March 6, in the stake tabernacle proved to be an outstanding success. It was, Indeed, lovely In every detail and was Immensely enjoyed by the large crowd of girls and their lead ers, who proclaimed it one of the most outstanding social events of the year. The affair was in the form of a luncheon and the decorations were carried out In a St. Patrick's day theme- The girls at each place had an Irish black top hat trimmed in shamrock, a green plant placed In the center of each hat. Green myrtle was extended down the center of the tables full length. Each girl made her own napkin, which was 'trimmed with green shamrock, and her own place card.. Each swarm prepared their own luncheon. Special invited guests included the stake Young Women's presidency, Mrs. Naomi Chatfield, Mrs- Hilda Allred and Mrs. Thelma Webb and the stake secretary, Miss Zina Anderson, An-derson, and the wives of the stake presidency and clerk, Mrs. A. Car los Schow, Mrs. Virgil Peterson and Mrs. Herman C. Goates. The program given during the evening included a few remarks by Mrs. Opal Adamson, stake Bee-Keeper; Bee-Keeper; the Bee-Hive Cheer Song by the group, led by Miss Ada Phillips. Phil-lips. Miss Naomi Skinner was pianist Grace was offered by Miss La-dene La-dene Van Wagoner. Other numbers num-bers included a vocal duet by Kath-erine Kath-erine Brown and June Erickson; a toast to Bee-hive work by Bonnie Jean Whyde, piano duet by Glenda Hunger and Elaine Peterson; toast to the Bee-hive Girls by Ruth Wilcox, Wil-cox, Bee-Keeper; a response, toast to the Bee-Keeper by Naomi Skinner, Skin-ner, vocal duet by Azalia Aimon- netti and Naomi Turner, accompanied accom-panied by Shirley Barnhart; read ing by Ada Dransfield, group singing, sing-ing, two comic readings by Mrs. Lucile Rhodes, chorus from ell Bee' Hive Girls of the First ward and a one-act play, "Alice Blue Gown" by the Second ward girls. Included in the cast of this play were Miss Enna Adams, as Paddy; Yvonne Ash, as Alice; Beth Adam-son, Adam-son, taking the part of Dizzy; Vea Jean Brown, as Celeste; Marie All-red, All-red, as Miss Prescott; LaRae Whim-pey, Whim-pey, as Jane; Bessie Turner, as Lola, Lo-la, and Margaret Worlton, as Dodo. Miss LuDene Bushman offered the benediction. Each girl who took part and prepared pre-pared her part for the affair will receive an honor badge. In charge of the "Buzz" were the stake leaders in charge of Bee-Hive Bee-Hive work, Mrs- Opal Adamson, Miss Mia Christofferson, Mrs. Ethel Webb and Miss Ada Phillips, who is in charge of the music. One hundred and thirty-three people were in attendance at the affair. Mrs. Dan Frost returned to her Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Bunker visited visit-ed here during the week-end with Mrs- Bunker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David H. Carson. They just arrived home Saturday night, Mr. Bunker has been on a mission and Mrs. Bunker left five weeks ago to meet him. She visited In Sante Fe, New Mexico, with her brother, Junior Carson, who is serving as a missionary mission-ary there, then continued her trip to Mexico City, where she met her husband. .They visited points of interest in that section for two weeks, they came up the west coast of Mexico to Los Angeles and then to San Francisco, California. They report a lovely trip. Mrs- James Comer is entertain ing members of the Social club at her home Friday afternoon. A PAGE FROM A MO.r ' - "I nOMEMAKER'S NOIUjOOK .... .. . Here is the Answer Come To D-T-R'S MONARCII COOKING SCHOOL at 2 p. m. NEXT MONDAY MARCH 17th ooo The Most Interesting and Convincing Demonstration of the Advantages of Modem Mod-em ELECTRIC COOKING COOK-ING Will Be Presented. The Proper Use and Care of Your Kitchen Servants, Together with Novel, New Ideas in Food Preparation Will be Shown by Factory-Trained Factory-Trained Demonstrators. OOO ATTENDANCE PRIZES For All Who Come! Everyone Attending Will Receibe a Handy "Food Turner." In Addition . . . Many Valuable Prizes Win Be Awarded at Each Session. Ses-sion. OOO ' REMEMBER THE DATE Bring a Friend! D.-T. R. CO. For Sale 525x18 six-ply tire. Also Swamp Beaver or Nutria. See Dean Willes,Lehi. 2-2T-ip. 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 Order Your COAL To-day We Carry Th r Peerless & Spring Canyon Coal Trucking of all Kinds Anywhere, Anvtim - PIIONE 131 -w Donald C. Fotheringhain, DeaW First East Fourth North - . . Lr,7.Cr Baby Bed For Sale; also mattress recently renovated. In good condition. condi-tion. Call 90-W, Lehi- 2-13 tf Local Items Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson spent the day visiting in Provo and Springville. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Littleford were business visitors to Provo on Monday. Mon-day. Mrs. James R. Otisof Mt. Pleasant spent from Thursday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Holmstead. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Littleford and children had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Deveraux in Pleasant Grove, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gill of Salt Lake City were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Littleford, Sunday evening. FOR SALE Alfalfa hay and alfalfa alf-alfa seed. See W. E. Winn, Lehi 2-13-tf YVOODSAWING Holmes. Lehi. See David 3-6-tf FOR SALE 1941 Ford, 1937 Ford, and 1935 Chevrolet Sedan. Allen Wells, Lehi. 2-20-tf FOR SALE Good Electric Stove, cheap. Telephone 18, Lehi. 2-6-tf FOR RENT 80 acres in West Canyon and 20 acres of Pasture. See J- Ferrin Gurney, Lehi. 2-27-tf P. G. Defeated By Lehi In Final League Game How the teams finished: W. L. Pet, B. Y. high 9 1 .900 Provo 7 3 .700 Pleasant Grove 6 4 .600 American Fork . 4 6 .400 Lehi 4 6 .400 Lincoln . 0 10 .000 Lehi finished the season with a victory over Pleasant Grove, 30-18, in last Friday night's game, to throw Pleasant Grove out of the race for second place. Previous to this game Pleasant Grove and Provo were tied for second, however, Provo won their game Friday night, which gave them the undisputed second place spot. The B. Y. high Wildcats finished their season with a record of nine won and one lost. They had plenty of trouble with Lincoln, but won out ag&in in the final minutes, 36-35. Provo will now have to play it off with Nephi of the Nebo league for a berth in the state tourna ment. The Lehi Pioneers took control of the Pleasant Grove game at the out set with Reed Nostrom tossing through 16 points. They led at all times except for a short time In the second period when Pleasant Grove took a one-point lead. Lehi was obviously pointing for this game and too much pressure was on Pleasant Grove. Don Evans played a nice floor game for the winners and Ralph Roberts played a bang-up defensive game. Byron Carter, leading scorer of the Alpine league, was held to ten points by the Pioneer guards. 5 LEHI G. T. F. P. Evans, f ..... ....:, 13 13 Nostrom, f 7 8 2 16 Roberts, c 2 10 4 Mitchell, g .... 2 2 0 4 Ash, g 1113 Stoker, f 0 0 0 0 Eddington, g 0 0 0 0 Lambert, g 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 13 IS 4 30 PLEASANT GROVE O. T. P. P. Bezzant, f .. 0 0 0 0 Carter, f 4 9 2 10 Sndberg, c 3 117 West, g 0 2 11 Walker, g 0 10 0 Gillman, f 0 10 0 Cobbley, c 0 10 0 Baxter, g 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 7 15 4 18 Officials: Greener and NuttaH. Arrested On Traffic Violation Roy Healy of Provo was arrested February 27 for driving a caterpillar tractor on the oiled road on Third South east to Locust Avenue. He was fined $50 or twenty davs in Ian according to Marshal Golden Peay,' Mayor and Mrs. Dean Prior and two children attended a birthday dinner party at Spanish Fork Sunday, Sun-day, given in honor of Mrs. Prior's brother, Arthur Boyack. Mrs. Junius Banks , l SnnrtB until sPent w Mrs rtoT j ofSaltlakeat; Sundnv m,tn a here imm parents, Mr. and her parentsMr M Bushman. ms' Mencef Mr. and Mrs. Myron BurgeTZ; babv of Rn.it. T.ai, Bess end guests of m SKT Mr. and Mrs. Junius 2S Miss Amy Stevenson and iw David Gimmell entertained at j luncheon in Salt Lake city &L i day afternoon in honor of Z'l James R. Otis. The afternoon W spent in playing progressive gar I Mr!j Richar Thurman wtaiiinglj high score and Mrs. Merlin Holm t stead, the low score prize. Mrs Om Putnam and Mrs. o. A HolmstS of this city were in attendance, j iprrs swTT7rsi' warns. ' T'"r. ul" .,WKi.w.i ii'MiUjHiiw?Mni-MnaMaMi " ' IT-TI-i TT EVERYBODY LIKES MILK AND MILK BENEFITS ALL! What other food can claim the universal popularity popu-larity of milk and dairy products? What other food is so healthful, beneficial and good? What other food is so inexpensive? There's no answer to these . . . milk stands alone. Drink more milk, it's the best food from all the above standpoints, and ifs as good for grownups as it is for chil-dsen. chil-dsen. , A QUART A DAY FOR EVERYONE PROTECTS and PROMOTES HEALTH Drink Pasteurized Milk From THREE BAR DAIRY State Street Lehi Planting ime 8s Kere For more successful tree, plamt and shrub growing, PLANT EARLY WE HAVE THE Largest Stock: Ever or FRUIT TREES EVERGREENS SHRUBS-ROSES, ETC GET OUR PRICES FIRST Because They Are Reasonable American Fork Nursery East State Road American Fork it wno maae tne arrest.