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the ehi Free Press Combined with the My ton Free Press The City's Only VOLUME VIII Home-Owne- d Newspaper LEHI, CiTY. UTAH, SEPTEMBER 1, 1932 NUMBER 20 New High School Study Church Sets Conference Forty Cent Butterfat Guaranteed Producers Room Floor Laid For October 7, 8, 9 At a meeting held in the Chamber of Commerce room in Salt Lake Tuesday the distributors and producers at last agreed to come to terms on the price of butterfat The milk war that has been raging in that city for the past few weeks, and has threatened to drive the producers out of business, looks as if it were over. The distributors have agreed to pay forty cents a pound for butterfat, by which the producer will realize a ten cent raise. This raise is due to the loyal support and organization of the producers. By saving a ten cent cut to the producer organizations have proved its worth in the dairy business, as they are doing daily in other school audiSECOND QUARTER When the new high November 28th Second the balding Monday, constructed torium was would be a study Quarter begins. so there was planned December 24th to January 3rd, ; h nosteirs of the building. 5 The school board it wise not to at that time thought put a lioor m until the building at that time; up been a not present time there has the At present room. floor in that time the floor is being completed by wood floor from using the old hard 1933, Christinas Recess. February 24th Second Quarter ends. THIRD QUARTER 27th Third Monday, February Quarter begins. May 19th, class work ends. Fees are as follows: Registration Senior High, $3.00; registration Junior High, $1.00; Locker fee 25c same to be refunded if locker is left in proper condition. Fees to be paid at time of registration, require an additional $1.00 fee. A teachers institute will be held at the Lincoln High School Friday, Sep' tember 2, at 8 p. m. building. Part of t. tha fhnildinsr is also floor in the being used to rebuild a Lehi High The J Lincoln schools. lS A School has been for a long time in and library, (need of a good study hall were all K available rooms the but I j Aeeded for class work. With the ad-Iriitinnnl room now being made avail- FREE CHEST CLINIC is. able this need will be taken care of o U and the prospects look very favorable A free chest clinic under the State ifor a good library in the future of MRS. CLAIR MARIE Board of Health for Utah County the Lehi High School. SOUTHWICK MESERVY will be held Saturday, September 3rd The first quarter of school will CALLED TO THE "BEYOND" from 10 a. m. on, in the City and .commence Tuesday, September 6, at in Provo. This clinic Buildng County 8 a. m. when the teachers are to reClara Marie Southwick Meservy, is to determine the health of those port to principals. The teachers ;are 63, prominent church and Daughters who have not made good recovery as follows: of Utah Pioneers worker, died Sun- from pneumonia or flu or who have I Lehi High School D. R. Mitchell, day at her home, at 577 East First a cough of long standing off and on Principal and instructor in Economics South Street, Provo, Utah, following that do not yield to normal treatment and Sociology; Margaret M. lhur-.tna- a lingering illness from a stroke suf- and has caused the individual loss of instructor in English; Junius fered several months strength and flesh. It is also for ago. Banks, Biology, Science and Jr. High Besides her husband, she is sur- miners who are not well or Tor those 'Algebra; E. B. Garriet, Agriculture vived by two sons and two daughters, who particularly during childhood and Attendance; Joseph Coulam, Edward S. and Oliver S. Meservy of have been exposed to tuberculosis, or Mechanic Arts and Mathematics; Salt Lake, Mrs. Helen Lindsay, Heber who have a family history of tuber Abraham Anderson, Music for the I City, and Mrs. Leah Wheeler, Provo, culosis, or who have this disease. grades, Orchestra and Band; Ray and an adopted daughter, Miss Nellie This clinic is under a chest specialist Purnell, Social Science and History; Gudgon, Provo; two brothers, Arthur from Salt Lake. It is for men, women t Evan Croft, Typewriting; Ross Niel-l- k J. Southwick and Edward Southwick and children and is without cost pn, Physical Education; Jean Cole-a- ir of Lehi; one sister, Mrs. Dora May Those needing such a type of 'man, Foods and Art and Design; Fuller, Farmington, and nine grand- examination would do well to grasp t fcorothy Stewart, Textiles; Elizabeth children. this opportunity. le1 Education and jRomney, Physical The funeral services were held in People wishing examination may re let Speech; Calvin Walker, Auto Mech-n- f' Several Lehi port directly at clinic or if more inknics and Junior High Shop; Dean Springville yesterday. formation is needed, this may be had people attending. x . Prior, Junior High Science and Agri- rrom Mrs. Heber Webb, Lehi. I culture; Joseph Robison, Junior High Mr. Charles H. of Caliaf History, Civics and Senior High fornia, who with hisLloyd and wife family THIRD WARD Y. L. M. 7. A. nor Physiology; J. Nile Washburn, Junior are with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. visiting PRESIDENCY jm High English and Senior High Public Osterloh in was a Salt Lehi, Lake n Speaking; Cecil Ash, Principal of visitor last Thursday at the home of The presidency of the Y. L. M I. A. ifc' Junior High and Instructor in his Mrs. John Heber Lloyd. of the Third Ward was mother, Mathmatics. tt Monday evening. With Mrs. Fern nv' f Grades Basil Dorton and Ida Johnson, president; Mrs. Walter Wil sixth Love-grade; LeRoy nj Thurman, cox first counselor and Mrs. Herman Vidge and Ethel Hall, fifth grade; Swenson as second counselor. Mrs. Ann Proctor, Primary Grade Prin-,t- ;0i Swenson is taking the office formerlv cipal; Ann Proctor and Ruth Rothe, held by Miss Ethel Coates who is em j third grade; Norine Putnam and La-ployed in Salt Lake City. Priel Myers, first and second grades; m Norine Putnam and Miss Warnick, Where The Best Sound Pictures LOYAL first grade. BUSINESS Are Shown School commences September 6, at t MEN OF LEHI ' t I a. m. We Cater To Particular People i The Calendar for the high school Lehi has always been proud of her follows : loyal citizens and business men. I FIRST QUARTER Tonight Thursday, Sept 1. and HOME TRADE means LOCAL Tuesday, September 6th, 9 a. m. to Friday, sepetmoer & PROSPERITY. 1 p. m. Junior and Senior H. S. regist-- ,' JOE E. BROWN in The following business and proration. men of Lehi are boosting fessional 4 Tuesday evening from 7 p. m. to for a bigger, better Lehi and believe 9 p. m., Senior H. S. registration, in boosting for Lehi and the slogan Wednesday, September 7th, class TRADE AT HOME, and are 100 per Vork begins. Thursday and ; He'll Be Wearing Red Pajamas Friday, cent loyal for a Lehi paper for Lehi ; November 24th and 25th Thanksgiv-y-'t When He Comes. folk. ing recess. whole darn town will roar 'till The Lehi Lions Club November 25th First Quarter ends. it's weak when they see this Broadbent's Store I comedy riot! You'll have a R. J. Whipple Lumber Co. howl of a time and probably stay to Goodwin's Golden Rule see it twice. Van's Cash and Carry Gilchrist Hardware M. S. Lott Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Quality Shoe Shop September 3. 4 and 5 Lehi Bakery and Cafe Otterson Confectionery Barbara Santwyck Central Service Station role in her greatest Dean Powell Service Station the Central School . n m ; n, di COZY - , I j "Fireman Save My Chilci" ! four-alar- m : "Forbidden" il se EXAMINATION FREE Even if you think there is nothing the matter with your eyes, be on the safe side and come in for an i :f examination. It will cost you absolutely nothing to find out, and perhaps you will save yourself untold worry by discovering slight defects now. f Satisfaction Guaranteed ! E. N. WEBB Jeweler and Optometrist f At The Gift Shop Jain Street Lehi I Lehi Motor The love story you've been waiting for and it exceeds your expectations. There never was a picture with actgreater finessee, more brilliant We direction. urge ing nor superior you most sincerly to see this wonderful production. If you haven't been getting your All the coupons ask for them. prominent merchants including Lehi Motor and State Street Service are Get them, then bring giving them. see tliese special to families your programs at this unusual offer and 10c. COAL 5c Carlton Peterson Electric Shop N. C. Christensen & Son Cozy Theatre October 8th, under the Dates of the one hundred and third Sat. evening, direction of President Heber J. Grant general conference of The regular session for all ward nrf Th of The Lehi Free !the churcl m S11 Lake Cit were bishoprics and Aaronic Priesthood Press is in the mail today, the third, ,8et Saturday by the First Presidency supervisors wil be held also under and Sunday, fourth, fifth, etc., will foUow as the!for Fdav. Saturday the supervision of Presiding Bishop October 8 and 9. 7, weeks go by. The Lehi Free Press is Sessions of the general conference Sylvester Q. Cannon. here to stay. Wfe justify our existence t nt and 2 p m. The by the words of Abraham Lincoln: on ch ot Spirit of the Lord is the life thre day are most "Inasmuch as good things and light of the world. It is the ous "Mormon" tabernacle under the produced by labor, it follows that all fountain of revelation, manifesting rresmency ana eternal truth and such things ought to belong to those making known to oi iweive. council whose labor has produced them. But man the mind and will of his Maker. erw Aumomies wiu ine it has happened in all ages of the AU Elder Orson F. Whitney, of the of Elder John A. Widtsoe, ception world that some have labored, and Council of the Twelve. 18 P"tent of the European others, without labor, have enjoyed 0 a large proportion of the fruits. This m,8S,on and Elder OB& W. Me-i- s JUNIOR BAPTISMAL of First Seven Presidents wrong, and should not continoe. To ;Mnrrin EXCURSION who is ill in California, Seventies, secure to each laborer the whole pro- - jo to be present There are duct of his labor as nearly as pos- - are A Junior Baptismal Excursion will stl11 two vacancies among the general be conducted to the Salt Lake sible is a worthy object of any good Temple those of second counsel or government.' In other words the next Tuesday, September 6. Five First pidency and the y boys and five girls will be chosen people of Lehi must pay for papers I1" get. It is only just that the,811"1 In addltlon to the general authorit-buil- d from each of the wards in the Lehi money should in return be spent to I. stake and each five of these will be Presidents of missions within up the city from whence it !f ? accompaned chaperon to the aui Cumdn; many temple wherebythea work came. The employees of The Free jthe, Un,ted for the dead Lehi Free Press and the owner are ol . P"aenM ana ocn stake and will be done. Those who want to go Lehi citizens, living and owning ward officers as well as auxiliary should in touch with their bishop get leaders will be in attendance. The homes in Lehi, spending their money mission presiednts will arrive several and from him they will receive inforin Lehi and the plant in which the to the general conference mation as to bow this can be done. days paper is printed is in Lehi. The Free for a prior .; o meeting with the Geneal AuthorPress is not a paper to run down any ities. other paper, it may be forced under Sessions separate from the general present conditions to run competition. THANKS meetings are being plan- tiii. it i t.rvinr tn .void and has tried to avoid in the past The press "f1 f,the aiNary organizations, We wish to thank our many Relief Society conference will be The 'J is here to serve the people. and business associates friends Prior to the general conference, manager, editors and whoever else fve,d At . their for hearty support and w,c umea 10 pe announced "u i; may contribute to its mntonts &r the given our first reception ' a8 wel a the program. merely tools working for the press. (la our loyal merthank issue. We The regular Sunday evening ses The press probably is the only thing men for business chants and sion of the Deseret Sunday School that does its part in a perfect way. Union is who those their advertising, being planned and as always We, others, are the ones who make will the and of interest many who be an outstanding feature of the the mistakes but as each week goes items news other or contributed confrence. Other auxiliaries .planhave given us subscriptions. by we will try to improve so that some ning meetings especially for officers Our aim Is for a better, more day probably we will be able to fill and workers are the Young Men's of -- our press, which and united Lehir May our associLadies' Mutual ImproveRobert H. Davis has so well describ- ment Young ation be long and friendly. associations and the Primary Lehi Free Press. ed: association. I am the printing press, born of The genealogical society is planthe mother earth, my heart is of steel, ning a special feature in connection my limbs are of iron, and my fingers with the conference. It will be in the are of brass. nature of an ancestral pageant of the the of world, the "I sing songs Joseph Smith, showing in pageantry with the month of Beginning oratorios of history, the symphonies tne of the Prophet. This is August, 1932 all , monthly bank lineage of all time. in the course of preparation and will statements will be held until called "I am the voice of today, the be inade attractive p appropriate for. Customers will kindly take weave into the herald of tomorrow. I and historical material. costuming notice and call at their earliest fu the of woof warp of the past the The usual General Priesthood and of stories ture. I tell the peace will be held in the Tabernacle STATE BANK OF LEHI war alike. I make the human heart meeting beat with passion of tenderness. I stir the pulse of nations, and make brave men do braver deeds, and soldiers die. "I inspire the midnight toiler, weary at his loom, to lift his head again and beyond, seeing tTie consolatios of a beyond, seening the consolatios of a THE BEST IS NONE TO GOOD FOR OUR PATRONS hope eternal. "When I speak, a myriad people to my voice. The Saxon, the Latin, the Celt, the Hun, the Slav, the 1 Hindu, all comprehend me. "I am the tireless clarion of the news. I cry your joys and sorrows : It's 10c nights! every hour. I fill the dullard's mind with thoughts uplifting. I am light, HOOT GIBSON and SALLY EILERS in the knowledge, powe. I epitomize conquests of mind over matter. "I am the record of all things mankind has achieved. g My comes to you in the candle's glow, Adventure Red Blooded Ac Hon Romance of the Real West I amid the dim lamps of poverty, the Packed with daredevil thrills! splendor of riches; at sunrise, at high noon and in the waning evening. Also Chapter 5 of "THE AIR MAIL MYSTERY "1 "I am the laughter and tears of the Don't Miss It! world, and I shall never die until all things return to the immutable dust ADMISSION ONLY 10c. "lam the printing press." THE PRINTING PRESS semi-annu- r,r ! ' Ptd j "nte. I j f8 ,? ht i .1 NOTICE" Royal Theatre Thursday and Friday, Sept. off-sprin- "Clearing The Range o Send in your order for Butter Wrappers to The Lehi Free Press. Hardware and Coal j Sunday and Monday, Sept. 4 and 5 GEORGE BANCROFT in his greatest role "Lady and Gent" The story of a man and a girl who thought they knew everything, but it took a ten year old kid to answer the cry of their hungry hearts for decency and happiness. Admission Only 10c and 15c. Also a good comedy- From The Best Mines In Ernest La r sen Utah. No Better Coal CanTBeDelivered Nut orLump Call BROADBENT'S and 2 r Building Material Dr. W. L. Worlton X the-purpo- se ALL KINDS OF Bernard Bradshaw pre-the- Parch. J. R. Goodwin Guy's Auto Servire Phillips Shoe Shop Park Service Lehi Drug Co. A. H. Wing Robert Roberts Val Zimmerman Dr. J. G. Jones Charles L. Johnson al R. J. Whipple Phone 10 STORE COUPON This coupon and one ticket bought at our regular admission will admit two to the Royal Sunday and Monday, September 4 or 5.