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Lehi .Free TfoCity's Only Home-Owne- d Newspaper LEHI, UTAH, THURSDAY. Robert Fox, Prominent JANUARY 19. 1933 Contest For All Children Lehi Citizen, Called Home. Between Ages of 6 and 14. 12 Prizes Free! were held in Lehi spent several months between what Wednesday is now uunnison and Circleville. r FIRST PRIZE ONE MONTH PASS. Coulam Mr. Fox is survived by five daugh fmon with Joseph SECOND PRIZE TWO WEEKS PASS. ana ters inree sons: Charles D. Fox, TEN PASSES TO SEE LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE. Peck. L Salt Lake; Mrs. Alfed Hansen, Wen-del- l, A Pilgrim" by Coming Soon. Idaho; Mrs. W. E. Dunkley. Qaartet-- Tm To the one who can get the most four letter words Booth oan out of LaKe; aiayben Fox, Ogden; Mrs. Frank Sharp, Joseph Coulam, I 1 gorenson and Armond Webb, accom-miJoseph E. Smith, and Mrs. rwa- P. Hunter, Lehi; Mrs. Ambrose Call, I by Mrs. Frank Sharp. I goio"Sometime Well Understand" lx)gan, and Dr. Barlow Fox, Salt RULES OF CONTEST - nr W. R. Worley of Salt Lake, Lake. He also has three full brother. 1. No more than one letter can be used more and sisters, all past the four score than once in any ,ompanied by Mrs. Worley. remarks-Jos- eph mark: one word. Mrs. Martha Ann Taylor, 88, Biographical sketch and and Isaac Fox, 83. both of Lehi: and 2. All words spelled correctly. Codam. 3. Words to be in The Lehi Fret Press office not g0lo"3Iy raitn in inee cy rranic Mrs. Carrie Nielsen, 81, in Arizona. later than Mrs. Sharp. Seven and Monday, January 23, 1933, by 5 :30 p. m. Sharp, accompanied by Mrs. Thomas Clark, Lehi, Mrs. Alex G. Allred. Eemarks-- J. 4. No proper names are to be used. SoouO, My Father" by Dr. W. Hales, Salt Lake; Mrs. George WhitIf you haven't a paper see Lehi Free Press. Start right now man, Mrs. Alma Beck, Jesse W. Fox, E." Worley. get your words in. Be a winner. See this picture "Little Orphan Roy Fox, George Fox and Eli Fox, all Remarks A. B. Anderson. Annie" FREE! Stars at Cozy Theatre, January 26, 26 and 27. of Lehi; 37 grandchildren and 24 Solo (by request of Brother Fox) Send your words in or take them to the Lehi Free Press. WinBeneath A Rose" "Lay My Head ners will be announced in the Lehi Free Press next week. 0 Ula Cutler of Salt Lake, accompanied Goodwin. by LaPriel Biographical Sketch Robert Fox was born on October Prayer Max Rothe. Interment was in Lehi cemetery 28, 1847, at Deepear, Yorkshire, Engbeing the son of Isaac Wilson where the dedicatory prayer was land, i Fox and Marearet Ann Slvnn Fox. L. W. Worlton. offered by Dr. He was baptized when eight years old A chapel filled to overflowing and by his father. numberless floral tributes told of the When he was ten years old, his lore and respect for Brother Fox one father was called to preside over the Stake Conference of the Lehi Stake Bob Ballentine, an airplane Glasgow, Scotland Conference of the will be held of Lehi's best loved citizens. mechanic Saturday evening, Jan. Sterling Evans Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da-y Robert Fox, 85, retired agricultur Henrietta sessions 21 and three 7:30 at Sunday, Whipstitch, a romantic Saints, and took his family to ScotHawk land with him. The family remained January 22. The meetings will b$ Nola Comer ist, Utah pioneer and Black sptnister one of Lehi's in Scotland until the early spring of held in the Lehi High School Audi- Dick Taylor, from the Super-SupreIndian war veteran, I860, when they returned to England torium. The Film Co... Russell Worlton citizens, died at the home to Sunday sessions will be set sail for America. . Mrs. Joseph Von Adamaoa of bis daughter, o'clock a. m., 2 o'clock p. Bill Burke 10 held at The Fox family crossed the Atlantic The Mr. were 7 :30 m. Frank Sharp, Smith, Sunday. Death was due to old with a m. and at judges p. group of Saints under the Mrs. May The session on Saturday night is Miss Lillian Knudsen, leadership of William Budge in an ige infirmities. sailing vessel "Wlliam Tapsehot" for everyone in the stake as are the Knight Hacket, and Mr. . A. Beck, He was born in Deepear, York-ihir- old The boat was commanded by instructor of music in th Pleasant thres Sunday sessions. England, October 28, 1847, the Bell, and due to the mode ofCaptain travel Grove High School Smith of Albert n of Isaac WHeon and Mary Ann and. George Apostle contrary winds and stormy He came to the United weather had a long and tedious trip. Salt Lake, will be present at all four Slyon Fox. LEHI TO PLAY A. F. FRIDAY The day after arriving in New sessions. This fact alone should inStatei with his family in I860, and westward took the train York, stake The house. presidsure full Btarted a across they the immediately plains and boat to The Lehi High School will play the that all stake members who in Captain Johnson's and traveled by train by Winter Quarters, which was Just ency urge next league gam in the Lehi Gym,, company, arriving in Salt Lake, Oct across the river from the present site possibly can will be in attendance. will 12 be Friday night, January 20. The Sunday night meeting Brother of Council Bluffs, Iowa. 10, the same year. Although but This his at Winter M. left Conference. game promises to be a good Fox's father A. I. walked Robert old the family at the time, regular years while he went to Omaha to as this is one of the traditional one, Quarters The services The distance. the promise entire night Sunday practically buy a team of oxen, a wagon, etc, to to Lehi Fork games. give the people of Lehi an unusual family moved to Lehi shortly after cross the plains. They crossed the won she has both the M. A. I. league games The musical entertainment their arrival n Salt Lake and except plains in a company of about 50 Stake and Ward music directors have has played, this year. for short intervals Mr. Fox has since wagons under the leadership of CapThe following splendid athletic promade Lehi his home, He was married tain Nephi Johnson, at a time when worked very hard in preparing ladies, tribes the Indian two of the largest gram will be carried oat: to Lucky Ferguson, daughter of Jas. male and mixed chorus numbers. Sioux and the Pawnees were at war 5 to 6 p. m. Seventh and Eighth. will Smith Feb. Albert on and Lucy Nutting Ferguson Apostle George with each other, and they had many 6 to 7 Lehi F. F. A. vs. A. F. F. also. be AH 16, 1872. of the present harrowing experiences. F. A, were required to walk all The program is as follows: During his life in Lehi Mr. Fox travelers to 8 Lehi Second Team vs. Am. 7 on last page) : (Continued filled many responsible Opening Hymn Congregation. civic and Second Team. Fork M. I. A. member. church duties, and for a number of Prayer 8 to 9 Lehi vs. American Fork. Mixed Had "If Wings" Lehi My Songs years was a member of the The following bouts will be held Chorus. Fourth Ward bishopric. He was albetween the games: the so a member of Reading Ora Clark Hardy. the original Lehi Cliff Wilkerson vs Malan Peck. "Steal Memories" and "Southern brass band. He was a member of the Grant Evans vs. Kyle Gray. first company from Utah county to Away" Male Chorus. Reed Hutchings vs. Bobby Crabb. Retold Story Douglas Phillips. go to the seat of the trouble irt the vs. Glen Street. John Shepherd Mixed Chorus. "Sanctus" Black Hawk war, in Sanpete and and Stream" Bendemeer's Sevier valleys. "By May 1, 1865, he joinLIONS NOTES Ladies Chorus. "Calm as the Night" ed the company headed by Captain Abraham G. Conover, of Provo, and Reading Winzell Gray Swenson. The Lions w ill meet in the Second "Prayer" from Cavalleria Rastic-an-a Ward Thursday night (tonight). Mixed Chorus. Lions Eddington, Durnell and Fickes A. member. M. I. Prayer are in charge of the program. Committee in charge Gail Webb, Douglas Scalley of the Utah-Idah- o and LeRoy Mrs. F. D. Wbrlton KEEPS BROOM STRAIGHT Sugar Company will be present and Some- - Worley. discuss with the club the possibilities Lasts Longer, Sweeps Cleaner. o . . nniMKyiiatfl woman of a sugar factory for Lehi. John win nypi thing every ... OPERA CAST CHOSEN i r i eacn uj. with Hutchings will give an illustrated lecGiven FREE purchase ture on the "Green River Country." broom prices 39c, 59c and 73c or if Four music critics had the opporMusic will be furnished by the Lehi casn spent iur you have a broom $l.uu tunity to display their skill in chosing quartet composed of broom a receive will merchandise Joseph Coulam, the opera casts for the Annual High Frank Sharp, Armond Webb and holder. School opera, which will be the "Belle Booth Sorenson. SPECIALS of Bagdad'' this year, in a competiA FEW WEEK-EN23c 9. Pounds Moat iu: tive try-oopen to all high school Clell Jackson and Allen Fjeld made 10c students last tijaiu,j 1j. DmitiH rnrtnons Friday after school. A to Provo Monday on business. a out trip tried of students Flavored 2...29c number 3 Star Malt Hop AT large 49c m Pounds c representing all classes in the school, 1 Pound 21c and the judges found plenty of talent, Coffee', Big Ben with not much difference in abilities Milk, Tall Cans "lC BaCT Q Pniind to play the part. They finally chose riotc " ivuueu uawi " 0c the following cast: Pounds 2 Honey, Mrs. J. Horace McCann . . Eva Stewart Elsa McCann, her daughter Nelda Davis c For Hamberger of friend For Another Sixty Days a 10c Anne Blackwell, YOUR tj-HEATER or FURNACE t,.. Huitau Allred Extra Quality Stove Lump Elsa's 28c 2 lbs. is Steaks.... Sirloin, Archie Fitzgibbons, from dear old ECONOMICAL See us for lettuce, celery, parsnips, Elwood Loveridge London onions, carrots, sweet potatoes, yams, "It Lasts Longer" Marjorie Lott Zelinda, a dancer and grape fruit. of the a Rose, daughter iUL " Oranges Helen Gardner Caliph Coupons. Your Cozy Get pr Quick Service Telephone 168-Lily, another daughter Audrey Johnson or call Ali Ben Mustapha, the perfect Billie Smith p0jCP Hassan El Carib, the Caliph of Funeral services chapel, nrtb Ward con-Pray- er ei "Little Orphan Annie" u- half-brothe- rs half-sister- s: n. State Conference to be Held Sat. and Sun. n e, m Lehi-Americ- an FREE! Broom Holder The Dftestt T5 NUMBER 21 Leadership Week January 23 to 27. The Brighara Young University has again extended an invitation to Lehi along with all of the rest of the state to attend their annual Leadership sessions next week. All departments to be held at the University have been decided upon, and authorities selected to take charge of each, announces Dr. Lowry Neison, director of the extension division. Lectures and discussions of the week will have as their background the general theme, "Spiritual Foundations of ing. Mr. Carter became an Eagle scout in November, 1930, and has received the bronzed and gold palm since then in the order named. Besides applying for this badge, Norval holds the highest number of merit badges of any individual in the Lehi district. The badge will be awarded in connection with a special awarding court along with other badges passed at the Court of Honor which will be held sometime during the Anniversary Week of Scouting, in February. The examing court, composed of The departments and those who the bishops of the stake, passed on will take charge of them are "Re- this award and also 32 merit badges, creation," Miss Wilms Jeppson, head taken by a total of fifteen boys. The of physical education for women; others were: "Health," Dr. Vasco M. Tanner, head Troop 3 Norval Carter, machin-er- y of ecology and entomology departand painting. ment; "Reconstructon in Education," Troop 2 Garth Abbott, first aid Dr. Amos N. Merrill, acting dean of to animals; J. G. Allred, first aid to the college ol education. animals; Ward R Clark, first aid to "Biography," Mrs. Susa Young anmals, music and poultry; Craig; Gates; "Home and Family," Miss Crabb, personal (health) (music and Effie Warnick professor of home first aid to animals; Kirkham Crabb, economics; "Rural Reconstruction," electricity, muse and farm layout; Dr. Thomas L. Martin, head of the Dean Fox, handcraft and woodwork; agronomy department, H. Grant Ivins, Boyd Johnson, poultry keeping; professor of animal husbandry, and Richard Mitchell, farm home and Its Seth Shaw, horticulturist; "Character planning; Del! S. Peterson, farm Education," Dr. Hugh M. Woodward, home and its planning, music and professor of philosophy of education; first aid to animals; Ralph Trane, "Spiritual Values in Literature," Prof, Alfred Osmond, head of the English department "Religion and Life," Gny C. professor of religious edoeaton; "Philosophy and Screnca," Dr. Carl F. Eyring, dean of the college of arta and sciences; "Social Work in Recon struction," JoKn CL Swenson, prof, of sociology; "Economics and Political Reconstruction," Elmer Miller, professor of economics; Psychology, M. Wilford Poulson, professor of psychology; "Arta," E. H. Eastmond, art department head; "Speech and Drama" T. Earl Pardoe, speech de partment chief; "Music," Dr. Franklin Madsen, professor of music. A special assembly will be given each afternoon at 1:30 in the college assembly hall. Special lecturers have been arranged for. Among which are Adam S. Bennion, speaker for Monday, and Governor Blood, speaker for Friday. Wil-ao- n, LEHI SCOUT APPLIES FOR HIGHEST AWARD animal industry, personal health, and first aid to animals. Troop 4 Mahlon Peck, automobil-in- g, scholarship, cooking and safety. OLD FOLKS TO MEET THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 The old folks day will be held Thursday, January 26. All over 60 years of aga, widows, widow era and orphans are invited to at tend. A splendid program is being arranged from 10:30 tmtil 12 o'clock in the Fifth Ward chapel. Dinner will be served at 12:30 in the Memorial Building followed by a show at the Cozy; following the show a dance and program will be held in the Memorial Carters Ochestra will be Building. in attendance in the afternoon and evening. A more detaled program will be published next week. mid-wint- er o TWINS BORN TO MRS. MORRELL EVANS The stork paid a visit to the home Norval Carter of Troop 3 applied for the highest award in scouting, the of Mr. and Mrs. Morrell Evan Eagle Silver Palm" award, at the Tuesday, leaving twins, a boy and a Court of Honor held Wednesday night girl. All concerned are happy over of last week in the Memorial build- - the new arrivals. Cgdej TrJheaulirce We Cater To Particular People WHERE THE BEST SOUND PICTURES ARE SHOWN 1 D Thursday and Friday January 19th and 20th VICTOR McLAGLEN in ut Special niiJ Low Price King Coal Meat Specials Bin $5.00 Delivered $5.50 Broadbent's Store Phone 20-- W Lehi Lumber Phone 6 Bagdad Jewel, his favorite RKer Price Co. Phone 15 State St. I - Z A. M The biggest Lallapaloosa Comedy in captivity. Burns on the campus and the campus on the bum. In an football scream ! What a picture. With coupons only 5c and 10c. 'tBMi,mmWttiit 'IIWs. isW ii "The Half Naked Truth" A million candle power romance, loaded with laughter. Based on the actual confessions of a press agent, in a picture packed with love and thrills ! Good Shorts. With Cozy Coupons Only 5c and 15c. Vera Anderson USA J Saturday. Sunday and Monday, 19th, 20th and 21st January LEE TRACY and LUPE VELEZ in daughter.... 10 ,o 60 WaUs 20c Each LAMPS MAZA Electric General Watts I Oc. Made in 60 and l 30 i 5. mns p p JUlllhV M "Racket Rax" Radio & Electric Shop Phone 78 State Street 1.