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Thursday, Hecember Thursday. P ember THE LEHI FREE PRESS 1. 1S32 SCHOOL ELECTION DEC. DEATH SUMMONS SAMUEL T. PANNELL A Complete Line of Xmas Merchandise Shop Early NOW ON DISPLAY Complete line of toys and Christmas goods. Pay by the week. Buy now. Samuel Thaddeus died at his home in the Fourth Sundav. following a three days ill ness of pneumonia and heart trouble. He was born in Addie North Carolina on February 19, 1882, and was the son of Marion J. and Matilda J. Ensley Pannell. He came to Utah in 1907 settling in Mercur where he worked in the mill for six years, later moving to Ophir where he worked in the mills for sixteen years. In 1929 he moved to Eureka where he lived one year. M is In 1930 Mr. Pannell moved to Lehl where he resided until his death. it He married May Newman O' Rourke, July, 1909, at Tooele. Surviving are his widow, two M sons, Kenneth and Thad Pannell, a y Mrs. Jay Smuin, all of John O'Ronrke, step-soa Lehi, Eureka, his mother, Mrs. M. J. Pannell, Sylvia, N. C, 9 brothers and sisters, also four frm Memorial Building on Wednesday, December 7, from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. the election will be Charles C Hedge and Mrs. Charles Gurney. Leona Cook M and Pleasant Grove are bv th member. voting for a school board TVp. r,A. eaoable men are running from Lehi, A. B. Anderson, Edward Larsen and Joseph Broadbent. Nels Fugal, Ben v alker ana a. h- Lowe are running from Pleasant Grove. Anv registered voter living in the district is eligible to vote. Every person in the district snouia be interested in this school election and cast their vote. May the best man win. Ml Commercial Savings Department Banking Insurance Safety Deposit Vault WHITE-KILHOL- Bonds Surplus $20,000 Capital $25,000 step-daught- n, GET YOUR TICKETS FOR THE DRAWING. step-childre- n. i--0 Gilchrist Hardware Phone 5-- BOYS' BIB HEAVY OVERALLS 39c. POWERS SHOE STORE, adv. LEHI The Lehi Lions Club will hold their J MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH meeting in the regular First Ward Amusement Hall Tonight n (Thursday) at seven o'clock. The guest of honor will be Mr. Ray prominent lawyer and former aviator of Salt Lake City. Mr. Els-mor- e, Els-mo- will, give a short discussion PINK t AJLMON LB. !Oc o VANGUARDS ATTENTION The vanguard classes of the Lehi stake have been invited to hear the discussion by Ray Elsmore on avi ation Thursday night by the Lehi Lions Club in the First Ward Amuse ment hall. The vanguards will come to the meeting about one hour later than the Lions or about a quarter to eight. All vanguards interested will be in attendance. After Wednesday of Next Week. Buy your salmon while the price is low. Where the best in eats can be obtained. PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 17 MAIN STREET Quality footwear Goodwin's. LEHI, UTAH M there is a possible fracture of back. Miss Morene McKeller was operon for appendicitis ated Tuesday. Fred Pearson had his tonsils reMrs. J. Chamberlain and baby were moved Saturday. removed to their home Saturday. A splinter was removed from the leg of Miss Ivadell Sunderland SatBOYS' BIB HEAVY OVERALLS urday. POWERS SHOE STORE, adv. 39c. W. E. Pratt was rushed to the LEHI hospital Saturday with a hurt back. was Beck a Provo visitor Bert known no The extent of the hurt is for certain yet altho it is known that Sunday. QUALITY HOSIERY Always Outweighs "Bargain" Price rVVVN and now her friends pass her by She risked her reputation by giving "cheap", nameless hosiery and thereby committed an unpardonable error. juinrn?riq B?rd FULL FASHIONED Shr, or medium wight . clear chiffon till to thm top. 79c to 1-5- 0 a pair GOODWIN S MAIN STREET HOSIERY bears a trademark as good as a bond . . an assurance of smartly fitting ankles and exquisitely fine silk. The gift that is always flat- tering to jdur friends . . and to your own good taste. Give Humming Bird Full Fashioned Hosiery. GOLDEN RULE LEHI, UTAH Goodwin's for practical Xmas Gifts. LEHI DANSART'S TURKEY EATEN The following young people en joyed a turkey dinner last Saturday night (the printers devil forgot the correct night before he wrote this up so if the night is not correct the supper and guests are). The victim of the supper was the turkey, which Tom Roberts won at the DansArt night. Academy on Thanksgiving Among those enjoying the turkey's plight were the following couples: Louis Phillips and Fern Hitchcock, Merlin Fagan and Verlan Fowler, Cecil Webb and Cleo Royle, Keith Lott and Beatrice Monson, Erse Fagan and Mary Peay, and Tom Roberts and Nedra Lewis. Ponr Tom (meaning torn the turkey not Nedra 's Tom. Couldn't be Tom Roberts yet. He isn't married at least as far as we know. o prices. adv. RED CROSS NEWS LEHI MRS. GRACE N. STEWART TO GIVE READING the Hospital Notes 1 at easy Ki-hol- m on Wing. Mrs. Grace N. Stewart, teacher of Dramatic Art at the U. of U. will give a three act play Tuesday, Decem ber 5th at 7:30 p. m. at the High This entertain ment is sponsored by the stake M. I. A. and the Dramatic Art Club of the School Auditorium. high school. Those who have heard Mrs. Stewart will all be anxious to hear her again and those who haven't are assured a real treat if they attend. The entertainment is free. Customers will kindly call at the statements. Reed White, son of Mr. and Sirs. H. 1. White and Miss Adeline of Shelley, Idaho, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kiholm were married Wednesday, November 23rd at Shelley, Idaho. The yorng couple will make their home in Shelley. Mr. White is well known in Lehi and has many friends who wish the young people happiness and success. re the field of aviation and being a capable man in this field the talk should Be interesting. prove exceedngly sides this the committee in charge have arranged a good musical number to fit in. The committee in charge are W. L. Worlton, Byron Whipple, and Alva WHOLE or HALF I 7 School election will be held in Lehi Lehi on the Pannel aged 50, to select a member in the Board, District School Ward Alpine Now Showing i jj? 1, Mrs. Sarah E. Gaisford and Mrs. Ethel Goates were in Provo, Monday and received the prints, shirting material and outing flannel to be used in local relief work. The ladies of the five Lehi wards met at the Memorial Building, Tuesday afternoon and cut outing for babies and children's clothing. Resulting in many pieces being cut and distribtuted for sewing. All finished pieces are to be returned to the Red Cross for distribution to the needy before more can be taken out. The Lehi chapter have had their time extended to finish the annual Red Cross drive. The officers in charge report good results so far in MRS. CARL GUNTHER INJURED IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT WED. the drive. The local Red Cross officers are to be congratulated upon their good Mrs. Carl Gunther received work in helping Lehi's needy prepare cuts and bruises and narrowly for the cold months ahead. escaped serious injury and possible death when the car in which she was Vote for Edward Larsen for School riding collided with a horse Wednes- Board Member. adv. day evening near the Richard NorLEHI man home. Mr. and Mrs. Gunther BUTTER FAT QUOTATIONS were returning from Provo, bringing ON UPGRADE hack home some of the B. Y. U. stud ents for the Thanksgiving holidays Utah country dairy producers are and were taking Thelda Evans home, over prospects of a better rejoicing when some horses, traveling quite Butterfat fast came into view. Mr. Gunther market for butterfat. turned to miss one horse when a raised eight cents in ten days, which horse on the other side became fright- should bring smiles to the faces of ened and jumped onto the car, his the many dairy men who have been one hoof going through the top of struggling heroically to maintain the car the other through the wind- their herds in the face of disrupted shield. Mrs. Gunther saw the horse market conditions for a long time jump and dodged back of Mr. Gun- back. The past conditions have been ther which undoubtedly saved her discouraging, in fact so discouraging more serious injury, as the horse that many have sold their cows and broke through the side on which Mrs. gone out of business. Gunther was seated. Butterfat went up to 30 cents a Mrs. Gunther's face and neck was pound last Saturday on the coast cut and bruised by flying glass and market after several similar advances one eyeball was badly cut. during the ten days before. Ten days Two men from Salt Lake, who were before butterfat was at 22 cents on passing rushed Mrs. Gunther to the the coast market. The new quotation Lehi Hospital for treatment. will bring to the producers locally In the car with Mr. and Mrs. about 26 cents as compared with Gunther were their daughter, Mar- eighteen on November 0th. seille, Ruby Christensen and Thelda At 29 cents a lb. W. J. Thayne, Evans. Mrs. Gunther being the only manager of the Dairy, one injured. estimated that the increased quotaThe horse was cut up and the car tions would bring more than $1,500 badly wrecked. additional money into the purses of Utah county dairy producers. This is BOYS' BIB HEAVY OVERALLS based on 19,000 cows producing 200 39c. POWERS SHOE STORE, adv. pounds of butter-fa- t per year. Since LEHI this estimation butterfat has raised another cent which will add to the RELIEF FUNDS AT WORK above amount. A noticeable project has been startA drop in producion with the coned by means of the relief money from sequents of the amount of butter in the national government. The men storage is held responsible for the employed by means of this money are market rally. Experts hold the view making a great improvement on the that the price will continue to imstreets and sidewalks throughout the prove until storage catches up with city. the normal amount. bank Sitate HBaaik for it their monthly, Lelii Telephone 85 Notice of Poultry Producers Meeti A meeting of the Lehi poultry men will be held in the Lehi Mettl Building, Friday, December 2nd at 8 p. m. MrClyde Edmonds will be$ to discuss the proposed change of the of the Utah Poultry Prod. Association. This is in regard to changes in our stock. by-la- Every poultry man should attend this meeting: and eret a thorour lri&uiiJUJiig ui una ciictuc. LET'S HAVE jie A BIG CROWD. - w RANDAL SCHOW, President. .:ie t DELBERT NORMAN, Secretary. A "GOOD OPERA the audience. Probably the strttf characters was portrayed by and Mrs. Larsen whoj;. supposed to keep the audience injjj humor and did. jf The usual, comment on the oper as follows: "A food audience, g I opera and a good east." The Second Ward mutual put on a very good opera before a packed auditorium last Saturday night The only critism that could be made was the leading pair were not the leading Dick Evans and LaVerl lovers, Allied and should I say company O took the glory away from the leading BOYS' BIB HEAVY OVERS couple, and received the applause of 39c. TOWERS SHOE STORE SALE i Sale! Sale! FREE! EXTRA PANTS TO MATCH WITH SUIT For a limited time only I will givP an Extra Pair of Pant vr each suit free. Hand made, individually cut to your measure. Pu: Virgin Wool. Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed M OVERCOATS $12.50 and up $17.50 and up SUITS 500 Sample Shown on Request J. E. - " Your Home or Mine. Racker "THE SUIT MAN" dl. ie xiaru lO i . o. uive mm a tailor LEHI, made suit for Christmas. Prices Unheard Before NEW RAISINS, , . 15 oz. UT.il 7 Of tl Packet POUND CAN COCOA CRYSTAL WEDDING ... OATMEAL BEST MIXED NUTS, Pound 9 OZ. CAN PINEAPPLE 9 POUND SACK OATMEAL . . . . . . . . ! i '.V.V.V.V.V. TALL SALMON ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES Utah-Wasat- 12 Bars et.i (Why Pay More?) Bob White Soap X I Shop at BROADBENTS and Sav AND NOW IS YOUR TIME-RI- 'AT look NOW? to come and the grandest assortment of Christmas Gifts ever shown in v,o manvB'1 it win be our pleasure to show von an m niuuico wit j uv4 f, gifts. SHOP EARLY COME JOIN US IN TTIF. RTP. iTP AT GHT If - M M i T w BROADBENTS 4 I !