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r THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1947 THE LEHI SUN, LEHI, UTAH THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 - 600 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS 35c Each - 3 for $1.00 We were fortunate in being able to purchase a record distributors distri-butors overstock of new records in order to offer you this" amazing low price. Among them are such popular Hits as: Love On a Greyhound Bus Come Rain Or Come Shine You Keep Coming Back Like A Song It Couldn't Be True Or Could It) This Is Always If I'm Lucky South America Take It Away The Gypsy Without Ypu Laughing On the Outside And Many Others Also Many Old Time Favorites Such as: I See Your Face Before Me : ' Begin the Beguine ! Time On My Hands Let It Snow Let It Snow Let It Snow ' All Through The Night Moonlight Sonata Jeanie with The Light Brown Hair Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes 35c Each 3 for $1.00 Well Known Recording Artists are featured, such as: - Bob Crosby, Skinny Ennis, Artie Shaw, Francis Lanford, Hoagy Carmichael, Judy Canova, The Town Criers, etc. All these records are brand new and in their original envelopes. This is your chance to build a record library at a bargain of the year price. About fou Mr. and Mra. William R. Shaw and son, Rowland, of Salt Lake City were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shaw Sunday. Miss Miriam Lott and three of her girl friends who are employed with her in the Church offices in Salt Lake City spent Lincoln's birthday with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Royle. j Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parkinson (Dona Kirkham) and daughter,' Dona Lou, of t George spent several days last weeek with Mrs. j La Verde Kirkham. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whiting and two children of Ogden were guests ! of Mr. and Mrs. Marvel Comer j Monday a.nd Tuesday. Mr. Whiting is Mrs. Comer's brother. We flmouwce Mth Pri4 si I nil T I I II II I I Mr. and Mrs. John W. Zimmer- ' T- J 1 ft T7t .I . reierson leu rriaay morning ior California, where they will spend a week visiting with Mrs. Peterson's Peter-son's sister, Mrs. Ole B. Peterson in Long Beach, with Roland Zimmerman and family and Lester Zimmerman in Los Angeles. Mrs. J. F. Royle spent Monday afternoon in Provo with Mrs. John Johnston. In the evening she was Joined by Mr. Royle, and they attended at-tended the community lyceum concert in the tabernacle. Mr. and Mrs. Marvel Comer entertained en-tertained at dinner Monday evening for Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Evans and Mrs. La Verde Kirkham. REBUILT VACUUM CLEANERS WE have a number of FIRST CLASS sweepers, all thor-oughly thor-oughly rebuilt with new factory parts. They look and run like new and carry a new sweeper guarantee. Priced from $9.95 . to $29.95, most of them with attachment sets. Good Standard ; brands, such as Eureka, Hamilton Beach, BeeVac, etc. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE I II See the new Coolerator, electric farm freezer and home cold storage unit. l6Va cubit feet of storage space and a quick freeze compartment. Ideal for the farm or large family. Other smaller sizes will soon be in stock. . BANKS RADIO & APPLIANCE MAIN STREET PHONE 20-W Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rasmussen and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sudweeks of Salt Lake City spent Saturday visiting with Mrs. Mary Winn. Mrs. Clara Webb has returned home after spending a week in Salt Lake City with her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Atkinson. Previous to that, she spent three weeks at the Wesley home in Pleasant Grove, while Mr. and Mrs. Jense were in the east. Mr. and Mrs. Jense report that they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Raich Roberts in Wash ington, D. C. , who send greetings to au their iriends. Word has com from AlhiimioT.- que, New Mexico that Earl Banks, formerly of Lehi, has been appointed ap-pointed clerk of the Albuquerque branch of the Western States Mission. He has been serving as Sunday School superintendent during dur-ing the past year. He is stationed there with the U. S. Weather Bureau. THIS IS National Sew and Save Week Featuring YARD GOODS Sewing Needs White Cottons Plain Cottons Printed Cottons Cotton Crepes Flannel Denim Shirting Ticking Nylon Marquisette Rayons Woolens Chintz Table Damask Curtain Goods Net Curtain Goods Drapery Material N. L. Jorgensen NOTARY PUBLIC Income Tax forms filled out and notarized '"' phone 301-w : For appointment f R. F. D. Lehi Sewing Accessories for Every Purpose QUILTED COTTON BATTS, 2y2 LB. SIZE Quilting Pattern Books OILCLOTH and WALLTEX, by the yard Mail Your Film 24-HOUR SERVICE Any 8-exposure roll developed with 2 sets of prints 35c Film For Sale FLASH! We now have a full stock of HOSIERY Rayon. Silk, Nylon From 39 to $1.89 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS and BIB CALLS WORK GLOVES All kinds Leather, Leather-Faced, Leather-Faced, Canvas, Jersey. Where Your Dollars Go Farther "Enjoy Greater Savings by Trading at Home" X-ACT PHOTO P. O. Box 713 Lehi Darhl L. Tingey Phone 345-J1 '. 1851 mm mt PLENTY OF Natural Rubber TIRES in all sizes Sample Price 6.50x16 4-Ply $13.73 WASATCH PRODUCTS Grant Gas & Oil Saratoga Road Phone 322-W LET BEAUTY go to your head &w Try our easy-to-comb waves for a versatile and lovely hair-do. And a manicure for well groomed, color-tipped nails. ' Plan your Spring beauty now. Lehi Beauty Shoppe ERMA BUSK, Manager State Street . Phone 24-J WE HAVE PLENTY OF WHITE GASOLINE .Atlas TIRES and TUBES 6:50x16 6:00x16 v 5:50x17 5:50x18 5:00x19 4:50x21 WE FIX FLATS Accessories Candy Gum Soft Drinks UTAH OIL PRODUCTS STATE STREET SERVICE L. O. Glathar, Manager At the Lowest Possible Cost FULL STOCK OF TUBES for aU models Phone 20-W for Quick Service Banks Appliance 189 W. Main Phone 20-W You'll be satisfied with choice gRO&ERY. IT EMS Til AT WlNTA CHORUS OF 44QUSCVtVS APPROVAL at LARSEN BROS. "Your Friendly Food Store" DUP Camp-Snow Spring Members of the Snow Spring DUP camp met at the home of Mrs. Rose Lott .Thursday afternoon. after-noon. Mrs. Sadie South wick read a history of her grandfather, Christian Twede, and Mrs. Leota Peterson, class leader, presented the lesson on "Ghost Towns of Utah." A Valentine scheme was employed in decarations, a-bouquet of red roses centering the table, and tiny candle favors were given. Mrs. Geneva Loot and Mrs. Vera Schow were the assisting nusiebseq. Bridge Club Mrs. Melba Rolfe entertained her bridge club Friday evening, with the following members attending: Mrs. Beth Young, Mrs. Violet Lott, Mrs. Lucile Ingram, Mrs. Reta Shelton, Mrs. Irma iioimsteaa, Mrs. Beulah Lewis, Mrs. Sopia Carson, and Mrs. Nioma Smith. Mrs. Lewis won the high score award, and Mrs. Young received the traveling prize. Sewing Club Mrs. Lynn Lewis was hostess to her sewing club Thursday evening. Those attending were Mrs. XNeara Ball, Mrs. Vera Hutchings, mrs. latin America Interlaced With Extensive Air Routes Latin America is today laced with interior networks of. airline routes rivaling anything, the-world's major ma-jor air powers have produced, making mak-ing remote hamlets and isolated natural na-tural wonders as .accessible, as the metropolitan charms 61 Lima, Caracas Car-acas and Mexico City. Brazil alone boast? more than 39,-000 39,-000 miles of unduplicated airline routes, without even counting flights across Brazilian territory by Pan American Airways. Mexico's total airline mileage, again " excluding Pan American as well as competing compet-ing American Airlines .routes, totals 18,673 miles by latest Civil Aeronautics Aero-nautics board figures. The overall total for ' all Central and South American countries exceeds ex-ceeds 130,000 miles of unduplicated airline routes; representing almost a 200 per cent increase over the 1944 figure. Many of the national 'airlines now operating in Latin America were developed by German Ger-man and Italian combines before the war, and seized by Latin American governments' ;sboh after Pearl Harbor A' majority, however, how-ever, repress hew development and enterprise, often in the face of acute materials and personnel shortages short-ages and almost-unbelievable na-tural na-tural obstacle. s w - -. - Vera Whimpey, Mrs. VaiH; j worth, Mrs. Reva HaS Ila Milne of American p d,' Mrs. Velda Gilchrist of prnrM Orlyn Davis and MrTv Clark were special en,... li nt t a wart if of Lehi have a new I H born in American Fork vH 17. Mrs. Ethel Goates of Satt City and Mr. and Mrs. rant -of American Fork ll grandparents. The mother M former Leola Goates of tfci. J They have three older cgJ Mr and Mrs. Dale Russon 0f i Lake City were dinner en. J MVnMrS- Ra,ph Wngi week. Thev remain I Wilford Russon. a Mrs, Alpv Jamac . 1 , - r" was Host to a group of neighbors and fr J 1 "ua nonoring Angus Gardner, Mrs.' Freda H son, Mrs. George Bone and 1 Azer Southwick, whose birtW anniversaries occurred recently. ocimuig tiic winter m Uphir 0 f Anit ietf yxoilcu in ueni last, WceK, an nvemiclit o-nof o e "a tus para Mr. and Mrs. Randal Schow nesday. He has been taking fljf lessons, and has recently obtai his pilot's license. Mrs. Raymond Stewart eni tained at a family dinner on I ruary 14, honoring her mo9 Mrs. Sadie Sabey, oh her birthday anniversary. All of 1 Sabev's children. Mrs, Stc; Roland Sabey of American Ft .Bishop Wen babey of Park d and Mrs. A. H. Wing were prerf together with her 12 grandchild 4 Mrs. Grethel D. . Young daughter, Clara Ann, of Salt k City visited with A. J. Powell j Mr. and Mrs. James A Poj last Sunday. ;j Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carls a Pleasant Grove and Mr. and La Var Carlson attended the theatre in Salt Lake City evening. i Wayne Russon, who will i the. mission home Feb. 17 pri leaving for a mission to Denis visited his grandmother, I Mary E. Russon, and other tives during the week. Heisi of F. Joseph Russon of Salt L City, formerly of Lehi. ' ? Before the Show Bring the: family to dinner f ' After the show Bring'Em Back for a tasty ice cream treat. Home cooking and shorj orders that satisfy. EYANS CAFE Now open under new managemen! TRIANGLE SHELL SERVICE J. D. SLUSHER, Manager PARTS TIRES . ;... BATTERIES ' ACCESSORIES t to Shell Gas and Oil Products .7 i ' ' ; 'i '" OPEN ALL DAY . SATURDAYS until 10 P. M.