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THE LEHI FREE PRESS Sgptemberjgg Thursday, September 1, 1932 Mr. and Mrs. James Comer Mr. Woodruff Berry of Cedar Fort, Lehi. in Lake visitors on Monday. Salt visiting Saturday spent I Miss Madge Worlton is visiting in Glenn Webb spent Monday visiting Lake this week. Salt Lake Salt in Trane Morris City. with I y Misses Arleen Goodwin and Norine Fox were Provo visitors, Saturday. Mrs. R. B. Worlton was Lake visitor on Monday. a Salt I LEHI LEHI Mr. Robert Hartshorn Mrs. Luther Coates spent last ., Lake the Salt in friends week visiting job in People's some ill time. for ing City. Co-op- DRUGS, STATIONERY, CANDIES, ETC. ! LEHI LEHI SCHOOL St PPLIES Otterson's Confectionery 1 Bathtubs are on the LEHI LEHI WE ALWAYS WERE and STILL ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR were is back on after be Not for 19 years have you been able to buy plumbing fixtures and fittings as cheap as you can today- - These prices won't last They are made deliberately to induce you to buy your plumbing fixtures NOW! LEHI Miss I la Spencer was visiting with Miss Glenda Taylor of Salt Lake is visiting friends and relatives in Lehi, Miss Zola Brown last Friday and Satweek. urday. phis AT YOUR SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. DAINTY GROCERIES BEST MEALS Rock Bottom Prices We Serve You Every Day, Every Hour CITY BAKERY and CAFE PHONE 54 JULIUS JENSEN, Prop. MAIN STREET Local Items Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Bone were visitors in Salt Lake City, Friday. LEHI I Christensen Dr. and Mrs. G. Q. were Salt Lake visitors Wednesday. Ross Nielson of Pleasant Grove, was a Lehi 'visitor last Thursday. LEHI Miss June Hansen is spending the Mrs. C. H. Neff of Salt Lake, spent weeek with friends in Murray. Sunday visiting wth Mrs. Elias M. LEHI Jones, Sunday afternoon. ln:i,nn n? Mrs. Joseph Smith LEHI 1,1 Mr. and Mrs. Wl A. Knight and visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. daughter, Barbara, of Salt Lake, were .Dunkley of Salt Lake, Friday. LEHI i Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Banks was a FredjWanlass at Jordan Narrows. LEHI home in (a visitor at the Jack Hackett Mrs. W. A. Knight, Miss Barbara j Salt Lake, last week. LEHI Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Minor I 4 I I Mr. and Mrs. Ross Nielsen of Trereece of Los Angeles, California, were Lehi and Pleasant Grove visiti Provo, were Lehi .visitors on ors, Wednesday. I f . J" Miss Margaret LEHI LEHI Mrs. James H. Gray, daughter Friends will be pleased to learn that Bishop S. I. Goodwin, who un Leona, an Mrs. Samuel Crane, son and daughter, Betty, visited at to derwent his second operation last Clyde, f home of Mrs. Dick Durrant of the ,4 week, is making satisfactory progress. American Fork, yesterday. LEHI ) Mr. and Mrs. Horace Makin of Salt cm, Mrs. Hattie Bezzant and son of ' Jj Lake, spent Sunday visiting with Mr. Pleasant Grove, were visitors Lea, 'and Mrs. Joseph Coulam. week last at the home of her daughLEHI t Mrs. Eldon Bone of this city. ter, ia spending I Miss Maud Hackett LEHI this week, a euest of Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Sorenson of Leht, re E. Annie Valentine in Salt Lake. home 'to turned here after a her LEHI II week's the of her homes visit at 1 1 Miss Esther Wunderlich of Salt in children Lake Midvale. and Salt flUke, was a guest of Miss Eva LEHI y Gunther from Thursday until j' Mon-da- of this week, for JV Miss Huita Allred and Miss Nelda LEHI Davis spent last week in Salt Lake. While there they attended the civic opera, "The Vagabond King." tic LEHI s Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Nielsen and 1 son, Stephen, of Mt Pleasant, are f guests at the D. J. Thurman home 'nethis week. E I LEHI at " Equipment SERVICE AND GOOD MATERIAL ARE YOURS AT THE Quality Shoe Rebuilders 1 HAROLD OSBORNE, Mgr. 213 STATE LEHl STREET LEHI ' 1 I I I Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brown, Mrs. Eunice Gray and Mrs. Alice Hutchings returned home Monday after a week's trip through Idaho. While at Manan, Idaho, they held a reunion which was composed of members the Molen, Stoddard and Brown families. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Odell Brown at Idaho Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Hoge and Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoge at Rie, Idaho. LEHI i j Dr. L. W. Jones VETERINARIAN PHONE LEHI 174-- J I 1 WILLIAM ASHER Mrs. Alice Tuckfield and granddaughter, Leone Jones, were Salt Lake, guests of Mrs. Dorothy Jones and Mrs. Ben Rose on Saturday. LEHI Nel-se- n, ar-rv- Shoe Repairing LEHI Laurel and Esther Hutchings acconv repanied Mrs. Eva Oxburrow on her Mrs. Nevada. to Eli, turn trip home Oxburrow has been spending the last month visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Colledge, and other friends in Lehi. The Hutchings sisters expect to be back for the beg- Several state road employees were ginning of school. LEHI busy last week putting a cement floor in the garage or equipment shed Mrs. A. E. Manning and Mrs. S. J. owned by the state on the state high- Taylor were guests of Mr. and Mrs. way. Heber Hart from Tuesday until FriLEHI day of last week. On Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. John Hunter and they attended the Vagabond King at children of Provo, were Sunday Nibley Park. guests of Mr. and Mrs. William LEHI Thomas. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. LEHI Heber Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Jones of Cedar Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Manning City, are visitors at the home of Mrs. formed a party to Big Cottonwood Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Canyon where they had supper. Mrs. Gerald Taylor entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Thomas. Taylor's birthday, covers were laid LEHI in . for Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dalton of Oakfamily, Mr. Myles Taylor and Mr. land, Californa, announced the al ) ! i and Mrs. Gerald Taylor and family. of a baby girl last Monday. ie. LEH- IMrs. Dalton is the daughter of Mr. The home on Second West and and Mrs. S. I. Goodwin, and friends Second North, owned by Mrs. Leiter, will remember her as Arema Goodwin. sr. I Itas been remodeled Inside and out. r! I New cement porches and walks added, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Adams and a screen porch built andwith the ad-p family, Miss Ruth Walker of Brigham edition of a new garage, is a decided City, Mrs. Eva Oxburrow and family, ! improvement in the town. and Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchings and family enjoyed a bonfire supper at a " ' I y party up the creek last Thursday. INSTANT l Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Sorenson of Arley Clark and were visiting relatives in Mrs. of were Carina Bingham, guests daughter Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Lehi on Saturday. LEHI of Spanish Fork, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sorenson of LEHI Mrs. Stanley Goodwin arrived Bingham, were Saturday guests of home Sunday after a few days visit Mr. Soren Sorensoa. LEHI with her parents in Sandy. Mr. Ross Nelson of Torrence, Cali LEHI Misses Alma Beck, Lela Coates and fornia, is a guest at the Junius Banks Bert Beck returned home Saturday home this week. LEHI after an enjoyable trip through YelMr. and Mrs. Junius Banks accom lowstone Park. panied other Lehi Stake members to LEHI Mr. and Stanley the Salt Lake Temple, Thursday. Mr. J. W. Wing LEHI Lake m Salt were City visitors Lott Mrs. W. F. Welsh, Miss Jayna last Friday. Welsh and Miss May belle Clavton LEHI and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wilson Adams on Friday and Saturday. family attended the air circus that LEHI was held at the Salt Lake municipal We print Butter Wrappers when air port Sunday. you want them. LEHI Mr. and Mrs. Afton Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of Mrs. S. J. Taylor were Provo visitors Cedar Fort, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Monday afternoon. Cooper and Mrs. Sarah Berry spent LEHI Monday in Salt Lake City. Mr. filliam Hadfield and two sons, LEHI Heher and Dale, were Salt Lake Miss Maxine Berry daughter of visitors last week. David Berry of Cedar Fort, is a Lehi LEHI this week. visitor, Thomas Gray returned home SunLEHI day after a ten days vacation, attend Misses Barbara Lott and Phyllis ing the annual blind peoples outing Kirkham and Morris Trane and Ted in Cottonwood canyon. He reports Bagley of Salt Lake, attended splendid time. dancing party at the Hermitage, in Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jones and two daughters, Barbara May and Shirley Lenore, returned to Chinook, Montana, Tuesday, after spending two months in Lehi at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elias M. Jones. Mrs. Elias M. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. John Southwick accompanied them as far as Salt Lake City. LEHI WANT ADS 1 f -tf at are in a position to meet any competition. Patronize local business and keep your money home. ML S. ILdPTTT i PLUMBING and HEATING PHONE 23 OIAlIli Oluliul Miss Fay Beck was a isitor on Wednesday. LLIU.U1AU Salt Lake LEHI Misses Alma Beck and Lela Coates were in salt Lake, l uesaay on ousi-nes- s. SB M Messrs. W. A. Evans, W. S. Evans, Roland Tidd and Ferd Evans, went lb Layton, Saturday on business. LEHI Mrs. Annie East, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Asay and Mr. and Mrs. C. W, LEHI Holmes spent Sunday in Liberty Mr. Henry Sorenson and Mr. B. W. Park with relatives of Mr. Holmes. Richardson returned home Tuesday LEHI after a week's fishing trip at Fish Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor of Salt Lake, were Lehi visitors, Monday evening. Miss Glenda Taylor who Mr. and Mrs. Guy Walker of has been visiting friends and rela Provo, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bez- - tives in Lehi for the past week, re were visitors at the home of Mr. and turned home with them. Mrs. Eldon Bone, Sunday. LEHI "FORBIDDEN" A BEAUTIFUL Mr. Soren Sorenson and Mr. Ellis LOVE STORY Sorenson spent Sunday in Provo Lake. Canyon. There ia something aobut a lifetime devotion a love that burns in a steady flame through years of heartache as well as joy. Such a devotion is a rare and beautiful thing and is the subject presented tenderly, lovingly, exquisitely in "Forbidden," the Columbia picture that without a doubt is the greatest thin Barbara Stanwych has done. And this ia no small thing to say, for Miss Stanwyck has never given anything but a true and inspired performance. Her career has been short and not in any way attended by cicus publicity stunts, yet she ranks among then greatest emotional actresses of the screen on sheer merit and performance. "Forbidden" will open Saturday, Sunday and Monday at the Cozy Theatre. So moving was Miss Stanwyck's performance of a woman who sacrificed her own ambitions to be the secret power behind a man's success that there was not a dry eye in the house. She makes Lulu such a real woman, torn between two desires but, in the end, helpless against her great love, that you never lose your respect and admiration for her courage. Adolphe Menjou poves, if such proof is needed, that he can be more than the gay boulevardier. He gives a splendid characterization of Bob Grover, the lawyer who indulges in a flirtation while on a vacation trip without his wife. But this flirtation turned into a love he could not live awe-inspiri- ng LEHI Mrs. Ellen Dowding and Mr. Dewey Dowding were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dowding, Sunday. LEHI Raeldon Goates returned home FriOgden Canyon, Friday night, LEHI day after a week's visit with Mr. and Misses Barbara Lott and Phyllis Mrs. G. N. Adams of Lavton. Kirkham were Salt Lake visitors on LEHI Miss Lois Adams returned to Lay Saturday. LEHI ton, Tuesday after spending the Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Jones nf Rinff. week, a guest of Miss Pauline Goates, LEHI dale, spent Friday at the home of Mrs. Joseph Calton. Miss Reta Cal-to- n Mrs. Elza Rhodes and two sons, returned with Mr. and Mrs. 7ones Neldon and Allen, and daughter, to their home in Bluffdale for a short Geraldme, Mrs. Day and two child visit ren, were visitors at the Broadbent home on Tuesday. LEHI Miss Betha Allred returned home Mrs. Juliette Goates returned Sunday afte ra week's visit In Salt home, Thursday after an enjoyable Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Beck. vacation in Southern Utah, canyons, Mr. and Mrs. Beck accompanied her LEHI home and were guests at the Allred Misses Eva, Marcille Gunther. Geo home during the day. Larson, Mrs. John S. Smith and Mrs LEHI Joseph E. Smith were Provo visitors. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Larsen, Mrs. Monday. Edward Johnson, Harold Johnson and LEHI Monte Smith returned home Sunday Mrs. B. W. Richardson of Salt Fourteenth after attending the was visiting with her sister, Lake, Convention. Annual American Legion Zimmerman in Lehi, last Mrs. James was given Friday evening a banquet and Lehi was represented on the pro Tuesday. gram by a cornet solo by Harold Mrs. Clark Allred, Mrs. Willard Johnson accompanied by Mrs. Fern Larsen on the piano. Harris, Miss Betty Harris, Mrs, Lamar Green and Mrs. Hattie Bez LEHI all off Pleasant Grove were zant, Miss of dinner guests Sunday visitors Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Phyllis Kirkham were MTsses Laura Bezzant's Hattie daughter, Mrs. Lee Parker, Effie Barrows and Mr. Eldon Bone. William Moore of Logan, Utah. LEHI After dinner the party enjoyed a ride Mr. Mrs. Dee Elder of Los and over the loop. Angeles, announced the arrival of a LEHI boy, which was born August 29, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Adams enter baby Mrs. Elder was formerly Miss Alice tained at a birthday party for their Hadfield of this community. daughter, Dora, at Saratoga on SatLEHI urday. The event was in honor of Mr. Mrs. and John Barrette of Dora's thirteenth birthday. Those were of Mr. and Mrs. Magna, guests present were: Mrs. W. F. Welsh, Miss W. H. Johnson Mr. and Tuesday. Jayna Welsh and Miss Clayton of Mrs. Barrete were enroute home Salt Lake, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Winn, after a (successful fishing trip to Miss Martha Phillips, Miss Dora the host and hostess. The Strawberry Valley. According to Salt Lake City recreation officials over 24,000 people enjoyed the excellent presentation of their ninth civic opera, "The Vagabond King," which came to the close of its season last Friday evening at the Nibley water theatre, and in which Mrs. Frank McGhee, formerly a resident of Lehi played a leading Several of Lehi's citizens part. saw this production when it was playing and reported that the structure of the Nibley water theare was well suited to the stage design of the re quired settings of the opera and the adequate costuming combined with the structure to create an authentic atmosphere of old Paris at the time of Louis XI the period in which the action of the "Vagabond King" takes Adams, in swimming, lunch place. The opera was of such quality time was spent and games. that critics were doubtful whether ing LEHI any other city of equal size could held in Lehi of A interest party present it with entirely local talent. was weeK trie Dirtnaay in the last LEHI Mr. Charles honor of in given while re party Wednesday afternoon The F. Johnson, Saturday night turning from cutting grain, Mr. L. Lehi like would to Press Free offer I. Wardle narrowly escaped serious its best wishes to Mr. Johnson and injury. Mr. Wardle was traveling his seventy-thre- e south on the edge of the cement congratulates him on to service of the upbuildyears highway, a car traveling north waa and this of tne com community ing passing him, when a south bound car, munities he served before coming that traveling very fast tried to pass be- here. Snappy games made the party tween Mr. Wardle with his harvester, to all present? (in fact interesting and the northbound car. The south the games were so snappy that some. bound car struck the back of the harof the women had a different vester, turning completely over and word for the present games tftey thought they making the two passengers prisoners. were thrilling, which also was due to Mr. Wardle assisted the two people, a one of the games). Dainty refresh man and a young lady, out through ments were served to all present. the window, helped them turn thefr which were as follows: Mr. and car over and push it back onto the Mrs. W. A. Evans, Mrs. Gladys Beck road. While Mr. Wlardle turned to and Mr. and Mrs. Charles take care .of his frightened team the L. children, Mr. and Mrs. John An Johnson, couple climbed into the car and derson, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gray, speeded away, never asking what and Mrs. William Hadfield, harm they had done. The car was Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allred, Miss badly damaged and contained several Clarice Allred, Mrs. Maud Mr, Udall, broken whisky bottles, also some full and Mrs. Melvin Reynolds and Mrs ones. Mr. Wardle escaped with a few Dean Udall. LEHI ATTORNEY AT LAW Mrs. Verda of Draper, enterCrane f Office Hours 8:30 A. M. to tained at a I birthday party in honor 4:00 P. M. of her son's birthday at Saratoga MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH last Thursday, the guest of honor being her son, Clyde. All present enjoyed a swim after which luncheon was served and games were played. Those present besides Mrs. Crane and Fiva Room Modern Hnnw and 1 Clyde were as follows: Harold, WriBale Inquire Guy Wilson. Lorna, Willa, and Betty Crane; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Durrant, Keith and Nelda Durant, Mrs. James H. Gray, fVFX)R SALE Good cooking and Howard, Florence, Dbrothy and tatmg apples cheap. Will trade. Leona Gray. I Andrew Chriatnt faranti scratches. J 'i We LEHI LEHI Counter" Bargain without Jean had been naughty and had been sent into the den to "think things over." After a while she came out all smiles and said: "I thot and I prayed." "Fine!" said her mother. "That will help you to be good." "Oh, I didn't ask God to help me to be good," said the child. "I just told Salesman: That's easy, just send him to help you put up with me." LEHI Man: will LEHI If I buy this car, what I do with my old one? your boy to college. Miss Donna Garriety returned to LEHI her home in Eureka after an extendHere, you, pull Motorcycle Cop: ed visit with Mr. and Mrs. Alma over! Beck. Autoist: LEHI Whasamattter? C: You were doing fifty. Miss Ruth Rothe entertained at a Autoist: Will you write that down shower for Miss Ora Clark, a bride of and sign it so I can show it to my this week Monday evening. The en friends?Allston Recorder. " rooms were decorated tertaining LEHI with garden flowers. The evening She: Will you please tell me if was spent in games, music and social is the third turn to the right this chat. Dainty refreshments were after the left turn at the second served. Miss Clark received M. many useful and beautiful gifts. cross-roads- ? Judge. Notice of PoultrymeiVs Meeting The regular meeting of the Lehi poultrymen will be held in the Memorial Building, Friday, September 2 at 8 :00 P. M. Mr. Perry and Mr. Wood of the Salt LaJte office will be the speakers of the evening. Mr. Perry is our auditor and will give a talk on finance, etc. The question of exhibiting poultry in the J .r,: community fair to be discussed. Dr. Jones and Mr. Steffens will talk for a few minutes each- RANDAL SCHOW, President DELBERT NORMAN, Secretary.