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Lehi, Utah, Thursday, Lehi, Utah, Thursday, THE LEHI FREE PRESS Not. 3, 1932 Lehi you c&i have them near at hand for all time to come. SNYDER PHOTO STUDIO . First East Lehi, Utah Make Your Appointments Early Prices Reasonable THE LEHI FREE PRESS Lehi, Utah Phone 8-- W WHY A CH Published by Lehi Printing Co. ANGE? Every Thursday thought will convince any thinking man or woman that the devastating Hoover Panic cannot be lifted by the same leadership and policies that caused it, nor by mere tariff tinkering. To the extent that tariff can help, we stand for protective tariff for our products. Don't be Want A Moment's fooled about this. Governor Roosevelt has given his word and our State candidates are emphatically in accord with his pledge of fullest agricultural protection and rehabili- tation. If tariff alone would cure-a- ll we would be prosperous. ARE WE? We have the highest tariffs and the lowest prices. The price of WHEAT is the lowest since the reign of Queen Elizabeth, although the tariff rate is twice as much as the price. SUGAR is down to the point that factories refuse to guarantee a price. Half the sugar factories of Utah are closed. IT IS BECAUSE: (1) Philippine sugar comes into our markets absolutely free. In 1931 they shipped to the U. S. 15,331,281 bags of free sugar, to compete with our total U. S. pro- duction of 2S,C55;5C0 bags. (2) Because Wall Street manipulation, under the approving eye of this Republican administration, controls the money market and keeps the value of the dollar at a high premium and the value of commodities extremely low. In this conflict of interest between "managed money" and fair commodity prices, this administration is on the side of "Big Money". Ads 10c Per Line 5c per For First Insertion and line for each additional insertion. ! Church News The Sunday evening services are in charge of the M. I. A. officers in all the Lehi Wards where the regular M. I. A. conjoint meetings will be held. Following ae part of the ward pro- grams: SECOND WARD 1 Song. Prayer Gleaner Girl. Instrumental Bruce Nostrum. Man. Ms. Myrl Olsen. Speaker John Hutchings. Talk-- M. Solo Instrumental. Prayer. All ward members areurged to Song Prayer. THIRD WARD "Carry On." so the work can be done h PiMFatI Straight HIGH SCHOOL s $2.35 Federal i &tttfB S1 $1.30 Federal (Station-to-statio- l T After 8:30 P. Tax I E lit Plus Federal t as speedily as possible. Sewing machines will De installed in the Memorial Building and they are asking all ladies who can to volunteer as much of their time as possible in helping make up this material into shirts, dresses, women's and children's clothing, as no material will be given out until it is made up, ready to wear and many children are in need of more clothing before cold weather comes to stay. Any donations of clothing, bedding, furniture or anything that can be used will be gratefully accepted and f given to some one in dire need of it At no time since the World War have so many needed the help of the Red Cross locally. Any one who Dossiblvv can snare anything to help some one else through the cold months ahead should notify Mrs. Sarah E. Gaisford or phone Mrs. Ethel Goates or Mrs. Alex Christofferson. Two hundred families in Lehi district received flour from Lehi Red Cross this last year. On November 1 the new shipment of flour was being put into distribu r by TELEPHO! o Musical selection Bishon Hadfield, accompanied by William Kirkham on the banjo. A and B numbers. Arnold Brief talk on slogan tion. Brems. Violin solo Edmond Wellington. Talk "Music as a spiritual force ARMISTICE DAY PROt THE DEMOCRATS OFFER: in character building" Beth Turner. GRAM BEING PLANNED "Dama as a factor in education" 1. Freedom of the Philippines, stopping the influx of free Wingel! Swenson. sugar. Short talk on "Retold Stories" The people of Lehi will all be in2. All the tariff protection needed for our products withAlta Sunderland. vited to attend the program now beout destructive discrimination and loss of trade. Esthetic and spiritual values in the ing arranged by the special program dance H. W. Barnes. 3. The use of silver money and a medium of exchange adeof committee of the high school, comSoul" "Sun Closin? My song quate to meet requirements, so that commodity prices Mired chorus. of Mr. Ray Durnell, Joseph posed can rise. Benediction. Coulam and Dorothy Stewart, and the 4. A restoration of buying power and markets, foreign Everyone invited. American Legion commander, Afton FOURTH WARD and domestic. Peterson. is A prebeing special program 5. A sound platform program for rehabilitation and real The program will be one of the outpared by the M. I. A. All ward memprosperity. bers are invited toe ome out and enstanding programs of the season, with 6. A Democratic Senator, Representatives and Governor joy this special treat. a special patriotic program and in harmony with the next Democratic President and SUNDAY MEETING FAST speaker in attendance. Congress. It will commemorate the fourteenth 4 REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP OFFERS: The regular monthly fast meeting annual Armistic day. Fourteen years " of the Lehi Stake will be held this having past since the guns stopped The same pilot that wrecked the ship. " with the Sunday Schools the firing in the greatest and most month 2. More of the same medicine that made the patient sick. y The Sunday terrible war that this earth has ever as last month. same 3. Four more years of "Cheer up, it might be worse". at near seen since the beginning of the man Schools will 4. A campaign of false fears and intimidation. eleven (11) o'clock and Fast Meeting as he now is. A war that killed more 5. A fatuous hope that Providence will save the crew that the people per day than anything commence. will scuttled the ship. world has ever known except possibly o COSTUME DANCE SUCCESSFUL the automobile. DON'T APPROVE THIS DISASTROUS DON'T BE DECEIVED And now in times of peace it is just REPUBLICAN ADMINISTRATION STAND BY YOUR to honor and remember those boys The masquerade ball, sponsored by who sacrificed their lives for the love held M. at A. the I. Ward the Fifth CONVICTIONS VOTE FOR A CHANGE selfishness DansArt, Monday evening was pro- of their homes and for the nations and of the management poor nounced very enjoyable and successof the world. attended. ful by all who Dr. and Mrs. Jones carried away ANOTHER LEHI the prize for the best waltzers. (Paid Political Advertisement) PAINTER HONORED Mr. and Mrs. J. Nile Washburn ' Democratic State Committee costhe for were the winning couple Delbert M. Draper, Chairman John Hoyden, Secretary A painting made by Joseph Russon tume prize. former Lehi citizen has been chosen to hang in the State Capitol. Each Witches, gobblins and various kinds three paintings of Utah artists year of spooks, surprised Mrs. S. J. Taylor her home Saturday evening. The receive this honor. Mr. Russon is a at to be the guest of the losers at a son of Lott Russon, Sr., and is teachHOSPITAL evening was spent in games and er of art at the East High School in Thanksgiving Turkey dinner as is the Hallowe'en stunts. Dainty refreshMrs. James R. Athkinson and new usual custom. (The losers have the ments were served to fifteen guests. Salt .Lake City. Mr. Russon's many friends in advantage this year for the fact that baby returned home from the Lehi LEHI Hospital, Wednesday. Lehi will be proud to hear of this turkeys are cheap). lehi honor received by him. Mrs. Sarah Carter left the Lehi Dr. Elmo Eddington, city health Lehi will play its last home game o is now and at the Monday Hospital of the year Friday when Spanish physician met with all Lehi teachers home of Mr. and Mrs. s. Hutch-ingD. Ralph N. A. EXCHANGE Fork, regional contenders, come to Monday morning instructing them to PROGRESSING be on the LEHI cases for alert of scarlet Lehi. Thornton Garrett, 10 years old, PHOTOGRAPHS EASIEST AND The local branch of the N. D. A. Spanish Fork and American Fork fever, and informing them of the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Garrett, are making satisfactory progress for are tied for the top, the Beetdiggera early symptoms of this disease. BEST TO GIFTS BUY was operated upon for a ruptured apthe short time they have had their According to the U. S. Bureau of and having toppled Payson 14-- 0 Christmas-tim- e at the Lehi Hospital, Thursis approaching, and exchange open. They handle any kind pendix health standards Lehi now has day. From the latest reports Thorn- soon we will be in Provo The Cavemen defeated public the happiest season of produce, furniture implements or Lehi 19-humiliated Pleasant Grove an epidemic of this disease, the U. S. ton is as well as can be expected. of all the year. Your Christmas surplus fit for trade. Many local LEHI 62-- 0 and played a hard driving game B. P. S. considers the disease an people will welcome its new addition need not be shopping troublesome nor to the town as this year there seems son of Wilson, against Lincoln fumbling at crucial epidemic when one person per 1000 is MrLaMoine to be a surplus of farm products and Mrs. Guy Wilson had a expensive. and ill of Lehi the has reached malady intervals hut Uiold$ng the .'score i$ This year, more than ever, photo- little cash. The exchange is in charge arm set at the Lehi Hospital, 20-that standard and 11 that is possible broken Sunday. graphs are the ideal Christmas gifts. of W. D. Phillips and Nate o Lehi will go into action probably by is being done by health directors and There is no other gift that is so disBOY'S ARM BROKEN trying the air attack which proved so school teachers to check the spreading tinctive and so greatly apprecated by ' THANKS successful 'against Pleasant Grove two of the disease. CRANKING CAR relatives and friends. We have such weeks go. Coach Prior is getting a When Sterling Davis attempted to a wide range of sizes and styles that The Lehi Relief Stake Term cards are being sent out this reputation of being one of the we can suit ny taste or purse, whether Board wish to thankSociety his crank the Junior the car, night Saturday week school. the by coaches in the division. It high Democratic Club of Lehi for their engine back fired and Sterling suf- you buy one or more pictures. Drop contribution will be remembered that last year the of farm products given A special program on citizenship fered a broken arm as a result The in for a moment to our restful studio, to aid the needy in this Lehi boys started off fine and won in accordance with the time of the district. in no time and, at LEHI the game from the supposed strongest year is being arranged by the edu- accident happened in American Fork is all done. And all, your shopping you can rest assured REPUBLICAN LADIES TO teams in the division, Springville, but cational committee of the high school where Sterling had attended the that dance that evening. It was while you are giving the most approfor Friday. HOLD RECEPTION to to sickness due and injury he had txm trying to start the car for the return priate and personal gift possible. rebuild his team and could not keep The Dramatic Art Club of the Hifjh home that the accident happened. The Are you really interested in havine The Ladies Republican Clubs of up the pace. This year altho practi- School held a hallowe'en party in the arm of your loved ones to Utah set was Lehi at the photographs and Hospital County are holding a reception cally all the team were new, in prac- speech room of the high school last at last reports the arm is doing fine. remember them by in later vears? at Hotel Roberts in Provo, Saturday, tice he lost two of his best prospects Monday night. There is no other way to retain the November to from injuries and sickness that put theThe members were introduced 3, at 3:30 p. m. All ladies party by the following of a string EXCHANGE LIST childhood days of your children The of Utah the two out of running for the com- through are invited. County haunted places. Natural Development Association happy faces of your young grown L1HI Games wee played and then the Main Street plete season. Besides this some of Lehi ups, the patient loving smile of PROPERTY TAX PAYERS NOT the, huskiest fellows in school have party moved in body to the cooking room where fresh doughnuts were Commission basis on produce, furni- Mother, Dad's famous everyday grin failed to qualify in scholarship. AFFECTED AS MISTATED washed down with sweet and ture. imDlements. livestock nr or the sparkling gleam of grandany The line-u- p that will start in Fri- the taste of cider was mixed cider, s. with thing in the form of surplus for parents' eyes. There is a tomorrow in By American Legion Lehi Post No. 19 After which the all marched iraae. days game barring no accidents or the life of every home. (a new word for a mixture of runhard luck will be as follows: Strange Commander Afton J. Peterson. Call and see what we have. ' break the family ends ning and walking) acoss the street to L. S. Evans and M. Alired.. E. PHILLIPS Shoe Statistics 1930 census made public Repairing, things the "DansArt" where the evening was Harness circle without warning. . and , Saddlerv.r i Main Srut Hi Half completed by dancing to Mont's Band. Webb i v v, by the Department of Commerce, How comforting it would be to April, 1930, there were Tackles The dance being sponsored by the Lehi B service. D. Evans and E. Davis 29,904,000 WjM. ASHER Attorney at Law. L. Half Fifth Ward Mutual. Smith 14.- Home tihone 22.1 AmonVnn Vnrir Mother, as she spends lonesome hours families in the United States. at home, to pick up Bob's picture and 002,000 or 46.8 C. Wilkerson and E. Davis... Guards percent owned their Mrs. Sarah E. Gaisford will attend office Main Street, Lehi B service. T. A. BATEMAN Roberts Blacksmithing, love her boy in silence. What a com- own homes, farms and city dwellings, ....Quarter B. the State Service Star Legion board Main Street, Lehi B. service. fort to look at sister's and think of 15,319,000 or 51.2 Center N. Larsen percent rented 1.9 held in Salt Lake, CHAS. W. HOLMES Shoe Re- her child In E. Back meeting to be a home of her own. Or percent not reported, these are the J. Edwards pairing 69 E. Main St, Lehi B. ser to look at the faces of loved ones, no taxes which have been Some of the students of the Lehi vice. LEHI increasing so a more a part of the GAY WHIPPLE rmi.nt circle. High School are already m fair shape ten years, these tax family the last rapidly Mrs. Lunceford two and Harry cabinet builder, Main St, Lehi A run and training for the inter-claToday is the opportune time to es bear no relation to federl taxes or v children of were guests of Mr. service. have that Is held Just prior to Thanksgiv- and Mrs. C.Provo, photographs taken so that when federal payments to disabled war CROnKRTftN rA 7TTWTPPfAM C. Edwards the past such come into your home, veterans, 1928 there were Main Lehi A ing each year. The winning class is week. St., changes service. Barbers, $4,070,000 Vote Los Angt RED CROSS George P. Price, Manager ADVERTISING RATES The local Red Cross chapter under SOc per inch Display their nresident Mrs. Sarah E. Gais 10c per line Readers ford are perfecting plans for making up the cotton material allotted to tne SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in advance $1.00 Lehi district as soon as it is received, HAVE YOU BEEN DISTURBED BY THE CAMPAIGN OF FALSE FEAR RECENTLY INSTITUTED BY THE FRIGHTENED REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP? No amounts of Jamil 50c have S TELEPHO) persons who paid federal U irna es of this total 4,028,000 h of the federal taxfj tax 000,000 paid by each of "tten cI:J sons was $64 on net incomes Ande each $ leaving person 4,606, 42.000 persons or 1 percent Arlee total number of federal itJ ms' payers whose incomes exce tPec 000, per year each, the av one-fift- tfe $150,000 each after paying fc. come tax they had left $12$ which does not place a ven load on them. Therefore fW A I owner or tax payer of state i Nortl " government does not pay for 8UPP' abled war veterans com But is paid by the federal p ?nJ with federal income tax a of ti ', tenni HOOVER HAS ANOTHER ispf BANK TO TALKIE 1 A. The People's State Bank iZmrn can Fork, closed since Jans 1 . was opened for business A. . o - V.- Watkins f.iImwl;'P0rt v.Tiir1r "ft"" r of the bis pric for the fits, day and approved the plan i Tiunti Ms! A. and approved by John nown banking commissioner, who of tb along with George P. Part best torney, presented the petitia awj bank is able to open by meat q of the depositos bank and the Reconstruct!; e ance Corporation, which other bank opening to foun ! Hoover in the words of boosU'8 the baii'3 The depositors of 25 percent of their depositor; ,"Port es balance of the deposits are an over a five year period of Ifthe P first installment to be paidg from the day of opening and tfth B four installments to be paid Talus more equal payments with ir, Th Only one other bank kliighe county that has closed in tpurdh year now remains with skdiscr; the Payson bank and it is pkthese ot ti ! . -- 1 ji n. INSTANT Shoe Repairii Fmiini" in fell SERVICE AND GO' MATERIAL ARE YOSort ATTHE anytb Sho Quality Places Rebuilderhanc HAROLD OSBORNE, XTif 213 STATE STREET H ? r.ouso Christmas Is Just 'round the Corne. I 7-- 0. 0, 0. ty See L. I. Wardko be Kcs For Automobile InsurBKjj.gjjg, The best for the lest mMpersci Let me explain it to yo"r 51 motor LEHI, UTAH ?ght Geo. M. BrocktU Special Representatfa BENEFXIAL LIFE INSU CO. Provo, Utah i oft-tim- es ss 4 , ; Cor iCente Noel G. Knight INSURANCE COUNSEL a "If it's insurance we hafl rn te . pop-sickle- ti WILLIAM ASHEBte, ATTORNEY AT Office LAfH Hours 8:30 A 4:00 P. M. MAIN STREET tvti . 71; Llias r setjuffv WANT AB Cole's Hot Blast Heater good as new. Mrs. John F &f When thprn'a A want the'youy it's a Free Press Want A4 IkhjM "7T T i II Get your new Cozy Coitrocl.j yot tc your local merchants.