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THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1947 THE LEHI SUN, LEHI. UTAH THE LEHI SUN Issued each Thursday at Lehi, Utah by the LEHI SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second Class Matter August 5, 1914, at the Post Office at Lehi,. Utah, under the act of March 3. 1879. RUTH S. BANKS, Editor, Publisher, Owner CATIONAL CDfTORlAL. MEMBfe..4.r " :. . Or THB- yjjZ UM ml toS ASSOtiAFION Subscription Rate $1.00 Per Year -AT LAST- We are able to offer you THE SERVICE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR We have been fortunate in securing a high Fidelity Recorder for making PERSONALIZED PHONOGRAPH RECORDS. We offer the following services either at your home or at our shop. Recording personal letters and greetings to friends or relatives in the natural voice of the sender. t Recording music, speeches, recitations of yourself or your children for a permanent treasured record. Recordings of the voices of relatives and friends at Birthday Anniversaries, Family Reunions, Golden Weddings, etc. CALL US FOR AN APPOINTMENT AT YOUR HOME, OR CALL IN THE SHOP AT ANY, TIME DURING BUSINESS HOURS Our Prices are "Reasonable Banks Appliance 189 W. Main Phone 20-W New Arrivals at LEANY'S Lorraine Knitwear VESTS PANTIES BRIEFS G OWNS SLIPS Girls' New PERCALE DRESSES Sizes 2 to 12 $1.65 to $2.30 Girls' RAYON PANTIES, sizes 2 and up INFANTS' WEAR Wool Soakers, Knit Gowns Other Needs FEATHER PILLOWS $1.00 Each 5 Wool Sheet and Double BLANKETS OTHER NEW ITEMS ARRIVING DAILY Electric Appliances Arriving Daily Please call and check your name Phone 4. About Tern Members of the '.34 club met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Powell Thursday for an evening of sewing and refreshments. Mrs. Leland Price will entertain the group this week. The Olympian literary club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Joseph Lambert. SU SALE NO. 71 ATTENTION 'HH' 'MM' PRIORITY CERTIFICATE HO.DERS 1 You are Invited to Inspect detailed lists of the following items be- , tween January 21 and February ! 1, 1947, and arrange for pro- ' curement of available materials. 4,900 lbs. Cement Coaled Wire Nails, 4'4" 726 gals. Pigments, paste in oil, umber (burnt) 1 3Z pes. Window Class, double strength, 24" x 24" x '" 5 ea. Cate Valves, 3 1-2", 250 lb pressure, 5 ea. Cate Valves, 4", 200 lb. WOC pressure 6 ea. Cate Valves, 5," 500 lb. WOC pressure 5Z ea. Enamel Basins, comb, faucet with pop-up drain, 17 1-2" x 18" x 5" high. Business Hours: 9 s.m. to 2 p.m. (MST) Apply to Housing Expediter, Room 234, Atlas Bldg., 36V2 West 2nd South. Salt Lake City, for certification. I WAR ASSETS ADMINISTRATION SALT LAKE CITY REGIONAL OFFICE 1710 So. Redwood Road Phone 7-5411 P. O. Box 2220 Salt Lake City 1. Utah Mail Your Film 24-HOUR SERVICE Any 8-exposure roll " developed with Qft 2 sets of prints ODC Film For Sale X-ACT PHOTO P. O. Box 713 Lehi , Darhl L. Tingey Phone 345-J1 Mrs Leo Hadfield entertained last Wednesday in honor of her daughter, LaVee, whose eighth birthday occurred on that day. little friends enjoyed games and refreshments. A large pink and white birthday cake with candles was served. Mrs. Junius Banks returned home Friday after spending a week in Salt ake City with her daughter, daugh-ter, Mrs. Myron Burgess. Mrs. Lynn Lewis will entertain her bridge club Friday evening. Members of the Seminary, accompanied ac-companied by Principal Lester M. Norberg, attended the Passion Play in Salt Lake City Tuesday afternoon. The Junior Prom committee at the high school, under the direction direc-tion of Bob Allred, chairman, are readying plans for the prom March 28. The theme is "In the Still of the Night." Other committee members mem-bers are Sherman Ingram, Grant Smith, Gloria Brooks, Beverlee Winegar and Geraldine Hitchcock. Mrs. Earl G. Beck is spending some weeks getting acquainted with a new little granddaughter at Elberta, Utah. The baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kay Jolley at the Payson Hospital, on the last night of the old year, and has been called Carol Jolley. Mrs. Jolley will be remembered by her friends in Lehi as the former Carol Beck. Earl Beck and son, Treston, visited at the Jolley home in Elberta on Wednesday, enjoying the new baby, the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Beck and the eighteenth for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur V Jolley of Payson, Utah. A. H. Warnick, former basket ball coach of Lehi, who now resides re-sides in Pleasant Grove, was the speaker in the Fifth ward Sunday evening. Music was furnished by the Third ward choir, directed by frank w. Jones. o - The new board of the Lehi Rid ing Club, E. J. Christofferson, Ward Webb. Dean Wilcox, and Harold W. Barnes, met at the Webb home Tuesday evening to discuss plans for the year s pro gram. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Loveridere attended the Passion Play in Salt Lake City Wednesday evening. Mrs. Joseph Rothe is reported feeling better, having been ill for a week. Among relatives attending the funeral for Reed Taylor last week were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin T. Jones, Mrs. Charlotte .Beard and Mrs. Ruth Ball of Henefer, Mrs. Gladys Deardon of Heber, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fowers of Hooper, and Mrs. Evelyn Peterson of Ogden. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Loveridge, who has been very ill, is reported much improved. Beth Adam son and Margaret Worlton. both freshman students at the USAC in Logan, were recently pledged to the Alpha Chi Omega sorority on the campus. WASATCH Products Grant Gas & Oil Saratoga Road rhone 322-W Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jackson entertained a group of friends at their home Friday evening. The time was spent in playing Monte Carlo whist, after which a luncheon lunch-eon was served. Those attending' were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Greenwood, Green-wood, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Devey, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Adamson of American Fork, Mr. and Mrs. M. Lott, Mrs. Viola Brown and James Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Trane of He ber spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Trane. Mrs. Lettie Gudmundsen is spending the winter in Inglewood, Calif., with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gudmundsen and family. Mrs. Geneva Stewart has returned re-turned home from North Hollywood, Holly-wood, Calif., where she has spent the last three months visiting with her son, Russell, who is an announcer an-nouncer at KFI, Los Angeles. Card of Thanks We wish to exDress our sincere appreciation to all who . helped in any way at the time of the death of our beloved husband and father, Reed Taylor. To those who took part in the services, serv-ices, for the manv lovelv floral offerings, and for the words of consolation, we are truly grate ful. Edna Jones Taylor and Children. Virgil Thomas To Marry A. F. GW Mr. and Mrs. William D. Baxter of American Fork are announcing the approaching marriage of their granddaughter, Miss Lois Baxter, daughter of William F. and the late Margaret Edith Baxter, to Virgil Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas of Lehi. The young couple will be united in marriage at the home of the bride's grandparents, grand-parents, January 25. The bride-to-be attended the American Fork high school, and Mr. Thomas is a former student of the Lehi high school. He is employed em-ployed by the Union Pacific Railroad Rail-road Co, at Lehi, where the couple plan to make their home. Twenty-five members of the Anderson An-derson and Goates families met at the home of A. B. Anderson Saturday Sat-urday for a social evening, honoring honor-ing four family members, Evans L. Anderson, retiring bishop; Warren L. Goates and Herman C. Goates, newly chosen bishops, and Ralph Anderson, just released from the army. Louis Phillips of Parma, Ida., visited with his mother, Mrs. Alice L. Phillips, during the week-end and the fore part of the. week. Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Leany arrived ar-rived home Sunday from a delightful delight-ful honeymoon trip to California, Mrs. Leany is the former Relva Larsen Wagstaff. Centennial Queen to Be Honored Consummating weeks of preparation, prepara-tion, the Pioneer organizations, the Daughters and Sons of the Pion eers, have arranged for an honor program for Thursday, Jan. 30 at 8:00 p.m. in the High School auditorium audi-torium to pay tribute to the Utah centennial queen, Miss Nadine Mitchell Mit-chell of Provo, and her two attendants, attend-ants, Beverly Powell and Glenda Hunger, local girls who have brought a distinct honor to our city. A splendid Pioneer program has been arranged for the occasion. The local organizations are sponsoring spon-soring the program with the officials' of-ficials' endorsement and support. A meeting was held at the home of Inez Peterson, captain of the Fort Wall Camp of the D.U.P. Sunday to discuss plans for the program. Other camp captains attending at-tending were Hazel Allred, Evans-ville; Evans-ville; Lavinia Royle. Snow Spring; and Gladys Trane, Bluebell. Want Ads Will pay $100 for 3 shares Lehi water. Phone 167-W. 1-23-ltp. YOUR WASH WILL DRY QUICK DURING COLD WEATHER if your wringer rolls are in good condition. Replace your old ones with new Lovell ', white wringer rolls now. BANKS APPLIANCE. Free pick-up and delivery service on all house-h house-h o 1 d appliance repairing. Phone 20-W. FOR SALE Elgin sewing machine, ma-chine, good condition. Phone 190-R. 1-23-tf. FOR SALE Good Kimball Piano $165. Terms. Banks Appliance Phone 20-W. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS . for AUTO PARTS and ACCESSORIES for all makes Lyon and Healy Grand Piano, tone and action excellent. Finish like new. Terms. J. E. Brown, Draper. Phone Midvale 337-J3. i-i6. FOR SALE BY OWNER 42 acres of land. Mrs. Inez Smith, 190 W. Main, Lehi. 12-19-tf. FOR SALE Good used ninnn bench, tuned. Delivered, terms'. Banks Appliance Lehi. Phone 20-W. ll-21-5t. Remodeling, Altering, Mending, sewing oi an Kinds. Children's coats made. Phone 321-M. 12-5-tf. THURSDAY, JANUARY,, La Venna Thomas Became Bride On Jan. 8 Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas are announcing the marriage of their daughter, La Venna, and Mel-vin Mel-vin Thompson of Boulder, Utah, the marriage taking place at Provo, January 8. Judge Joseph E. Nelson officiated at the ceremony cere-mony in the presence of the bride's father and the groom's sister, Mrs. Myrtle Woolsey. The bride wore a black-and-white checked suit with black accessories. The bride is a former student of the Lehi high school. The groom recently was released from the U. S. Navy, after two years service. , The newlyweds plan to make their home at Boulder. Douglas Willes and family, who have been living in Parma, Ida., are moving back to Lehi. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jackson spent Saturday in Provo with Mr. Jackson's mother, Mrs. Martha Linton. , . Only Experienced Hands i Toucn vour tw. radio when y0u ' bring it f0 ' BANKS APPLIANCE' for repairs Full niilnneJ cision testing equips to nivA vnii lL. i ma ceij service. Phone 20-W uh . a law . w LEAVE SOME FOR ME Hey Fido, leave some for the boss! Sure, we know it's the best ice cream in town, but Butch, there, likes it as much as you do. Rich . . . Creamy . . . Delicious . . . Pure EVANS CAFE UTAH THE A T R E Adding Machine Paper Rolls at eun otnee. ; MAIN STREET LEHI "The best in entertainment at popular prices" LAST TIMES TONIGHT DOUBLE BILL "Slightly Dangerous" and "Pursuit to Algiers" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, January 24 and 25 "THE DALTONS RIDE AGAIN" with Kent Taylor, Lon Chaney, Noah Beery, Jr., Alan Curtis Plus Second Feature "PILLOW OF DEATH" with Lon Chaney and Brenda Joyce SUNDAY, MONDAY, AND TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 27, 28 the picture you've been waiting for Rodgers and Hammerstein's "STATE FAIR" in technicolor with Dick Haymes and Jeanne Crain Plus News and Cartoon WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, JANUARY 29 and 30 Charles COBURN, Ginny SIMMS, Robert PAIGE in "SHADY LADY" with Alan Curtis, Martha O'Driscoll N Selected Shorts and Comedy MOTOR REBUILDING and MACHINE WORK CENTRAL AUTO PARTS CO. Main Street - Phone 11-J FOR SALE CHEAP Monarch coal range, circulating heater, gas water heater. Morris Clark Phone 141-J. 1-2-ltp' FOR SALE Practically new tank with all connections complete, also Heatrola, priced very low Ben C. Lott. 1-2-tf EXPERT WATCH REPAIRrvn une year guarantee; one week service. R. Leo Robert.? o Ziniks, 116 South Main, Salt Lake City. Leave work with Ray Roberts, Lehi. l-9-14tp CONTINUOUS SHOW FROM 3 P.M. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FOR SALE Heater, new. 209 N. 1 W. practically 1-9-tf. SCHULTZ CABINET GRAND PIAXO FOR SALE Good cond. nice looking, bench included 329-R. ia2tp; why fdhi m . " i m m m - mm ai m m m a t ROR REXT-Fumished room or 2 gentlemen. 78 South 2nd West, Lehi. 1-17-tf BETTER f - TO SEE BYl Banks Appliance Co.