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The Lehi Free Pre The City's Only 32 JME I s. r for Hyrum Kirkham Injured Tuesday 3Sp aiter-Mr- eye injury s. mom-men- i ts "3 I : Mark-lan- d - Niel-so- ussor D1 IndL- - judges. The banquet for the seniors was held Wednesday evening. IORS WIN FIRST IN I CROSS COUNTRY RUN - ?- c4 n, rep"i the victors belongs the turkey, . I, ai , r .: i rigni 01 meir vicwiy in uic cross country turkey run the class is the one that will be rkey by the other two classes CI n J 1 ne ear. ml seniors maae ;j.oo for" 89 their out of a possible which was 7 points above the s and 12 points above the soph- These Masses scoring 17.1 12 points respectively. ne runners finished the run aintr I CELEBRATES 86TH BIRTHDAY V 1 X win i danrj - f f A,il !an 11 ; $o senior class was led to victory idward Fox of the Third Ward Sf.nt.lv the Ion? walk from school od training, anyway the first winners in this years and last $ run were both from about tne I part of town) . Fox went around p'l i?i Ke Sut'4 i ong course, which led two blocks of the high school, north to the 1 ran 3 the Mr. and Mrs. John Goates, Monday. A program was given by members of the two wards as follows: Two accordian selections Hershel Manning. Reading Mrs. M. A. Dorton. Solo Mrs. Alice Tuckfield. Reading Mrs. John Brems. Tributes to Mrs. Glover were given by Mrs. Julia Brown, Mrs. Ellen Jones, Miss Violet Barnes, Mrs. Hannah Jones, Mrs. Annie Rivers and Mrs. Emma Phillips. Reading Mrs. Winzell Swenson. Dainty refreshments were served. Center street and CLINIC in seven seconds. It ,.i tes and twenty-eiga good run, made more interest- by a dark horse to Lehi, Don jperald, who pressed Fox through-Hh- e race, but could not quite equal if stamina of the winner. Don is ifson of the new seminary teacher, ted here last fall and was immedi-f- y elected class president (The or is that the girls of the class ed young Fitzgerald of in honor of Mrs. Harriet Glover on her 86th birthday, at the home of TO BE HELD I to the high school; 1 les, C"r id lital, west to The Sunshine Committees First and Third Wards entertained FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 ht I fc'v, one-hundr- The regular health clinic will be held Friday, December 2 in the Memorial Building. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Reese of Salt Lake, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Homer and family of Magna and Miss Marie Bringhurst of Salt Lake, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith, Thanksgiving Day. Cozy Theatre We Cater To Particular People WHERE THE BEST SOUND PICTURES ARE SHOWN Thursday 24th Thanksgiving CASH FREE Two irst rize $2.00 Prizes $1.00Each A'l Coupons on Previous Drawings Good. We are very proud to announce . . . . ko we i j nave secured tne most OUtStanaing aramuuc sensanuu ui.f me age ...(. for Thanksgiving Day. I JAMES CRUZE Production - f Washington Ilt at heart It Merry-Go-Roun- d" dares to expose the naked truth. It's a blast of dynamite that will nation. cvnnooo nil a tVirillinc romance. A cvclone blast that Don t wait for God jfill tear your stings and tangle your emotions. save the United States. Two days only, Thursday See this masterpiece. fid f nday. I MATINEE THURSDAY 3. JO P. M With Coupons 5c and 10c. I Evening 10c and 25c. . f Saturday, Sunday and Monday "A Bill Of Divorcement" ; OW Vftll Port JOHN BAKKYlUKLi tVifl rrrontpct Tinman documents the staere m Scarlet Fever is a very contagious Grown people and serious disease. may catch scarlet fever, but children under 15 years are most likely to have it, if exposed. It is especially dangerous ofr children under 5 years, and for babies. Do not let your children take any chances with scarlet fever. Call the doctor as soon as the symptoms described are noticed. How to Recognize v your child is going to have scarlet fever, the first signs you may notice are that he seems tired, restless and out of sort. Usually, there is a sore throat, chill, vomiting, or convulsion. The child has fever. His skin is dry and hot. His tongue is furred, and, under this white cover- Thsee ng, it is red and swollen. signs are followed in a day or two by a rash. Little flat red points, close together, appear first on the neck and chest. Soon the rash is over most of the body and brilliant in color. How to Protect Others in the Com If munity. The doctor is required by law to report the case to the Health Depart ment. Do your part by following carefully the quarantine instructions which the Health Officer will give you. Children who have Jiad scarlet fever, or who have been exposed, must not return to school until permission is given by the Health Officer or physician. The same precautions are necessary for a mild case as for a severe one. Remember that scarlatina is the same as scarlet fever. A severe or fatal case of scarlet fever may develop from contact with some one who has only a light attack. According to latest opinions of Public Health officers there is no protective serum that is entirely safe and advisable to use as a routine measure. Probably within the next vear this will be available. Dr. Eddington reports that the epidemic is well under control and of with the continued the public experts to have the disease soon stopped. LEHI BOY ASSUMES RESPONSIBLE POSITION FORMER ii in For The "M" Men The ward 44 M" leaders met in con Ward, "Fourth vs. Second. junction with the stake supervisor, January 26 Fifth Ward vs Second Dean Prior, last week and outlined Ward, First Ward vs. Third Ward. February 2 Third Ward vs. Fifth this winter's activity program. Dur Fourth Ward vs. First Ward. Ward, the meeting the election of stake ing The officials as picked were; Arley officers took place. The officers for Clark, Karl Evans, Dick Evans, Glen the coming year are as follows: THE LEHI FREE PRESS Alma Peterson, of the Fifth Ward, Timothy and Joseph Robison. The who president; Louis Smith of the First chaiman beine Joseph Robison. several will call meetings prior to Ward, Karl WVhh f discuss the rules and to to the game the Second Ward, secretary and trea of them uniform a understanding get surer; and the following executive so that all teams will be judged to committee: Fay Evans, James Edwards, Heber Hadfield, Tom Roberts, the rules and alike. Paul Jones, Herbert Johnson and The following article is from a San LAREE COLLEDGE Louis Smith. Francisco newspaper: BURIED SUNDAY The committee DRAFTED AS decided WILCOX, that their PRUNE POOL MANAGER, recommendation for the 44M" Men PLUNGES INTO TASK and Gleaner Girls Funeral services over the remains banquet would be of Laree San Francisco, Oct. 9. Complying Colledge 22 months old, the that affair should take place in with the request made by leaders of Thomas A. and Ida Hol-ma- n of the California Prune Pool, and Unit- February providing the girls agree daughter who died Friday night, Colledge to ed Prune Growers of Carlornia, the same. The reason for Februoff the University of Cali- ary is that his has been the usual November 18, of scarlet fever, wa held at the graveside, in the Lehi fornia, on recommendation of President Robert Gordon Sproul and Dean month, along with valentine. Duet The "M" Men will not only take cemetery Sunday afternoon. C. B. Hutchison today granted F. R. Mon- -' Beatrice by Hope" "Whispering marup basketball this year but they have Wilcox, extension specialist in keting in the College of Agriculture, decided to have one hour after each son of Pleasant Grove and Marley offical leave of absence to assume his to play Volley Ball indoor Steele of American Fork. new duties as general manager of the practice Prayer George F. Barnes. baseball for the benefit of those who industry-wid- e prune Speakers were Mayor I. W. fox do not have "the opportunity of playWilcox was drafted for the post by and Bishop Olpin of Heber City. the unanimous action of the executive ing basketball. committee of the prune pool. He will "One Fleeting "Hour' Ferrel Solo, The "M" Men are getting into have full managerial powers, accord' Brems. ing to statement made by the com- shape for the tournament in basketW. W. Dickeraon. Prayer ball it was mittee. reported Coaches for the The grave was dedicated by John Rendered Signal Serwce five wards have been chosen. They R. H. with Professor Together are as follows: Fay Evans, First Hutchings. Tolley, director of the Giannini Many beautiful floral tributes were Foundation of Agricultural Economics Ward; Ferd Evans, Second Ward; to the graveside. sent Bert WilBeck, Third Ward; at the University of California, and Jay Laree Colledge was born in Lehi, in the Whitman, Fifth Ward. cox rendered signal service was taken ill campaign to create the new prune The schedule as drawn up last January 31, 1931. She 10th with scarlet fever November marketing organization, according to week is as follows: statements made by Hugh Hersman, sur-- ! is She 19. November died The games will be played on and president of the California Prune two sisters, vived her parents, by Pool, and Arch Wilson, secretary of Thursday nights. One game will be Reta and Reva Colledge, and grandthe United Prune Growers of Cali- played at 7 o'clock and the next at fornia. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 8 o'clock. More than 1,000 prune growers are a grandmother, On December the 1st the First Colledge of Lehi, in the new association, the tonnage to Pleasant Grove. Annie Mrs. Holman, be handled will exceed 160,000 tons, Wrard will meet the Second Ward and 14 packers are participating, and the the Third Ward will meet the Fourth BABY LAREE output of the United Prune Pool will Ward. 85 be approximately per centof the The rest of the games are as liststate's entire production. Baby Laree, she has gone Wide Marketing Experience ed: innocent little flower, Wlilcox has had wide experience in December 8 Second Ward vs. Like an For two Third is cut down by the frost, That marketing. Fourth Ward vs. Fifth years he was general manager of the Ward. Ward, And numbered with the dead, her National Pecan Marketing Associ little body lies, December 15 Second Ward vs. ation, which operated in seven southern states. As extension specialist in Fourth Ward, First Ward vs. Fifth But when Jesus calls her from the tomb, marketing on the staff of the College Ward. of Agriculture, he has served many We shall asrain behold her. December 22 Third vs. Ward California farm commodity groups in with bright array, First Ward, Second Ward vs. Fifth So in her crown Resurrection an advisory capacity. ' Day. the until Rejoice wil new "That the Ward. organization Grandma Colledge. have the support and goodwill of the December 29 First Ward vs. entire state is a foregone conclusion," Fourth Fifth Wrd vs. Third Ward, said Wilcox today. "Everyone wants TRADE AT HOME to see the growers succeed. What has Ward. Second Half been done in increasing the consumption of other farm products, can, we (Continued from last week) 5 Fourth Ward vs. Third January believe, be done with prunes." Of your prices fair and low, To Increase Consnmption Ward, Second vs. First. And it is very unkind to go The new organization, it was said January 12 Fifth Ward vs. First To trade in a nearby city; today, is going to stress the advertisconWard, Third Ward vs. Second Ward. ing of California prunes in every Losses will be yours oh what a California prunes, ceivable way. 19 Fifth Ward vs. First January pity. leaders of the organization say, are obtain to a a to fight going put up large place on the dinner table of the world. Wilcox holds a B. S. decree from the Utah Agricultural College, and did two years' graduate work at the University of California. Prior to coming to California, Wilcox was to the dean of the school of commerce at the Utah Agrcultural College. Re-gef- nts i nt Francis Wifnv. son of Alfonzo Wil cox of Lehi, has been appointed gen- eral manager of the United Prune Growers Association. Get Your Rubber The Lehi Free Press wishes to congratulate Mr. Wilcox on his appoint- Powers Shoe Store. ment and wish him success. LEHI I at Footwear Keep The Cold Out We carry a complete line of Weather Strips, Door Strips, It will pay big Window Strips. dividends in Comfort and Coal Bills if you Weather Strip your Home. In this week's issue we are publishing a story "Freedom," written by Mr. J. Nile Washburn, English teacher in the junior and We hope senior high schools. has Washburn Mr. it. like you written a number of short stories, some have appeared in other publications. Mr. Washburn is be ing recognized as one of the coming writers of the near future. We hope to be able to print more of his writings. o Lehi Lumber Co. PHONE Webb's Annual Prize Drawing December 31, 1932 adv. STORY WRITTEN BY LEHI MAN IN THIS ISSUE .Bring coupons. ws More Basketball Are utyanliful Some Facts On Scarlet Fever fas ever sriven to tho roon A nirtnrp that ran a solid year in New York. f'o human beinc can sit drv eved in the tidal sweep of this heart pounding STATE STREET rama. NUMBER 13 24, 1932 We are thankful for our many friends and supporters who have helped us in our beginning. For the bounteous harvest and good health. As we join in the rest of our nation celebrating this Thanksgiving let us all be thankful for our present blessings of peace and plenty of food. May all our readers enjoy this glorious Thanksgiving Day and numberless ones to come. en cf a moil luesaay percent in the election; I dont supKirkham went to the wood pose they knew they were picking get some wood when a little such a fast stepper at the time; but ion playing near by threw a their ability to judge men at a and struck wood in play glance proved good this time, EET tirkhamln the eye. Mrs. Kirk-a- s or should 1 say as usual). rushed into Salt Lake for Individual honos will be bestowed treatment and it is not upon the winner, Edward Fox, next hether the eye sight can be spring, providing he keeps the coach not. in good humor by entering a few JSS off rjthe time of Mrs. Kirkham's in-- y track events. The honor will be in It was impossible to reach either form of a gold medal awarded at the local doctors. A call was sent honor day annual program. t P0l ."lean Fork and the doctor re-- i Others who finished near the front his car in the garage and were: J. Wilson, senior, 3rd; Harold feed to come if they would send Degelbeck, senior, 4th; the If Sterling rs. U: I m. A relative drove post haste Allred, Sophomore, 5th; and doctor but he 10. jjle neigboring Allred, senior, 6th. S what is particular very . tly Wayne Sunderland, graduate and If conveyence he makes his calls winner of last years race, acted as f Mr J he refused to make the trip starter and the three coaches, rs. l to Lehi in a truck. Prior and Robison, acted as ' Newspaper LEHI CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER qm I Home-Owne- d The Endowment Excursion for the Lehi Stake, to Salt Lake Temple will be held next Monday, November 28. All those who can go are urged to do so. Special rates of 60c round 15 trip can be had on the rem on th two cars, one leaving Lehi at 8:18 a. m. and one at 4.17 p. m in The following prizes will be given away FREE: 1st Prize LADIES DIAMOND RING 2nd Prize BEAUTIFUL 400 DAY CLOCK 3rd Prize GENTS' WRIST WATCH.... 4th Prize LADIES' LEATHER HAND BAG 5th Prize FOUNTAIN PEN and PENCIL SET GLASS WATER SET 6th Prize-C- UT $25.00 ?15.50 $10.00 $5.00 $3.50 $2.00 A ticket will be given with every dollar spent from now until drawing. at our store above Buy your Christmas gifts from us and get in on the prizes. IE. M. WEM m Jeweler and Optometrist THE GIFT SHOP MAIN STREET ree Turkey Thanksgiving Night at DansArt rriday, Regular Llance November Zbth.