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THURSDAY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1HE LEHI FREE PRESS 26, 1933 f Tburman Saturday in Salt Ltike City. Miss Margaret M. THE LEHI FREE PRESS Phone Lehi, Utah epent Sirs. Jcseie Patrick Salt Lake Temple. t sj-n- K. ijay in LEHI Mr. and Mrs. A. Calfo of Topliff, were dinner guests or Air. ana sirs. Robert Allred. Sunday. 8-- W Published by Lehi Printing Co. LEHI The crew of Lehi men who have been getting out lime roc at Topliff, finished their contract Ust week and all returned home. Every Thursday Mr. and Mr. Aim Bc-cLake visitors, Mmiuay. k were Kail LEHI visitor. Friday. Salt Lake Georee P. Price, Manager visitor Saturday. ADVERTISING RATES LEHI LEHI 30c per inch Alva Wing spent Wednesday in Mrs. Murray B. Allen of Salt Lake, Display 10c per line spent Monday in Lehi visiting with Salt Lake City on business. Readers LEHI her mother, Mrs. V. J. Thurman. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mr. Van Albert LEHI Wagoner was a Salt ? 1.00 One year in advance Mrs. Heber Hart and Mr. Lake visitor, Tuesday. LEHI Want Ads 10c Per Line For and Mrs. Arch Nelson of Midvale, of Mrs. S. J Dick Holdaway and Mr. Mrs. aiid were guests Sunday 5c line and Insertion First per of baby Vineyard, were Sunday guests Taylor. for each additional insertion. of Mr. and Mrs. Alma Beck. LEHI LEHI Mr. A. F. Webb returned home Sat The way it looks now, the seller urday from Idaho Falls, where he has been employed during the factory cam seeks the buyer and the buyer the cel lar. Weston Leoder. paign. Local Items Mr. and Mrs. Edward Street were Eatl Lake visitors, Thursday. LEHI were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hutchings Provo visitors Monday. 1 r thin-blad- "Ttt m ed Free Family Pass To Cozy Theatre With Each Subscription LEHI Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allred, Mrs. Lenora Otterson and Laverl Allred attended Leadership classes Monday. They also attended the band concert given by the B. Y. U. Band of which Milan Allred is a member. LEHI- - Send In Your Subscription Today One Year for $1.00 Six Months for 5Qc LEHI FREE PRESS The Only Paper Printed in Lehi Dig tpi-u- Dance-G- and daughter, &GSZJ3t 1 in Salt Lake .trv -, sv-.-- 1 LEHI Music Ward T.me-o- od ood . . Everybody wvitea. Monday, XfeU, January For dearest friends, "rj and the children, MOTHEj V and FATHER, no gift fj the same carry personal seas. I ment, your portrait so f. U fhir. iu. LEHI was a Mrs. T. F. Klrkham Salt Lake them your photograph. Snyder Studio Phone Glenn Webb has registered In the Marta Oatman School of Dramatic Art in Los Angeles, California. Gluin will specialize In laboratory work in voice, developing dictation nnd technic. Mr. Webb's many friends In Lehi wish him success In his studies. LEHI Mrs. Howard Ricks entertained Satin honor of Mr. Ricks' The evening was spent in birthday. cards and refreshments. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. IT. W. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sorenson, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Coates, Mr. and Mrs! Rodney Dlckeron, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harr, Miss Thelma Hansen and Mr. Don Hansen, all of Salt Lake; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson, the guest of honor and the hostess. urday evening & nu PHONE Few Cents a Day 0 si'! r ing The home with a telephone has many advantages for few cents a day. A telephone provides prlc. less protection against delay b case of sudden illness, accident or fire. XV a It provides the convenience of saving countless errands, ft brings social calls, invltatioia, and banishes loneliness, it's a contact with employers who want to reach folks the quic- 8-- W of If you have any news , 150 For a LEHI LEHI Tilings Uou Newr KhQU) I Thar Soap Vfaufd Do Pnnt SLargaret, City. . visitor. Tuesday. LEHI Misses Arleen Goodwin and Reva and Mrs. McCandlass UiKe in Tui3e bait Goates spent Saturday Fork American of Albert' Tregaski, on business and pleasure. R. J. Mrs. and Mr. of LEHI were guests is attending Hutchings, Thursday. Southwick John Mrs. LEHI this the Leadership courses at Provo are Mrs. Bert Hutchings and r week. with City Park in visiting this week, Mr. aim Mrs. Hutchings' parents, Mrs. Amy Smith spent a few days Berry. Mrs. Lawrence the past week visiting friends in Salt LEHI home Saturday. ot Lake, returning Mr and Mrs. Sidney Trlnnaman LEHI the at visiting are City, Idaho, of Sugar Mr ami Mrs. v. J. Fitzgerald Wallace Soren- home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs of were guests Monday Draper, i. Chase Featherstone. LEHI Mrs. A. C. Jensen of Salt Lake, is Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bone and son T. Mrs. Margaret Bushman spent Hon the week in Lehi, with her McAfee were Harmon spending the Salt and J. at John Southwick, day visiting LEHI mother. Mrs. A. M. Stewart. Lake visitors, Friday. Arland Udali spent Thursday In Salt home in Salt Lake City. LEHI LEHI LEHI Lake Temple. Y. B. Mrs. BIttinger and daughter, Lavon, Miss Gall Larsen who 13 employed Jay Clark who is attending the LEHI d week-enhis with of were In parof TJ. Salt Lake City, spent the week-en- d Salt Lake, Sunday guests spent the Mr. and Mrs. Lu I. Wardle attended Clark. W. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dickerson. W. James and Mr. visiting with her parents, Mr and Mrs, the Farm Bureau Convention In Salt ents, LEHI LEHI Edward Larsen. Lake, Thursday. LEHI Mrs. Juliette Goates and son, Eldon Cough of Idaho Falls, returnwith Raeldon, were Salt Lake visitors, after visiting; ed home Saturday Mrs. and Mr. Ralph Hutchings en of Mrs. John H. Steed Farmlngton, tertained at dinner Sunday for Mr. was a Lehi visitor from Saturday until Lehi relatives for the past three Thursday. LEHI weeks. and Mrs. Carlos Coates and family Thursday this week. Mrs. Sylvester Evans and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. William Powell. LEHI The family of Mr. Thomas Russon Sterling and Keith, spent Thursday in LEHI Evans Anderson, Joseph Anderson received word that Mr. Russon, who Salt Lake City. Herman Allred enter Mr. Mrs. and and Ben Lott were among; those from has been LEHI very ill with Influenza at tained the Allred family members of Lehi who attended the State Farm Mrs. Rose Blackett and Mrs. Ellen his daughters home at "West Point, Is at dinner Saturday evening. Bureau Convention in Salt Lake, Crandell of Springvllle, were guests of improving. L1HI Thursday. Mr. Enoch Russon, last week. N. O. Meiling and Mrs. Edward Mrs. LEHI Mr. and Mrs. Henry Erlckson and Larsen attended a bridge party at the some-- of Mrs. Reuben Chipman in Am Mr. Alva Wing spent Thursday in erican Mrs. Fork, Friday. Meiling Salt Lake City. score prize. winning high LEHI Mrs. Inez Peterson and family are Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Meiling and invited to attend the Cozy Theatre spent Sunday In Payson, guests family or Saturday Monday as guests of The of Mr. Melting's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lehi Free Press and Cezy managers. P. C. Meiling. LEHI LEHI Now all the Democrats hove to do Mrs. 3. G. Webb and Mr. and Mrs is to pay the eoldiers' bonus and at J. T. Atkinson and baby epent Friday the same time reduce federal taxes. in Provo, guests of Mr. and Mrs, X Northwest Insurance (Minneapolis). fl 1 Clothespin Wesley Jense. LEHI LCHI Booth Sorenson was called to FounMrs. Chase Featherstone returned tain Green, Thursday on the account of the serious Illness of his mother. home Saturday from Salt Lake City Jtejucne Putty from WLiJous He returned Saturday and reports where she has spent the past five weeks visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sorenson as "much better." Mrs. James Featherstone. LEHI " lubricant in f LEHI Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Timothy, son, r the House Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Peck entertained Blllle and daughter, Essie of Green River, Wyoming, were visitors of Mr. the Allred family at dinner Wednesday CrxfJe and Mrs. H. Timothy from Sunday in honor of Mrs. Lenore Otterson of from Montana, who is a guest of her Dripping until Tuesday of this week. mother, Mrs. Orlnda Allred. LEHI LEHI Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bone and V. A. Watkins of Provo was Judge family are Invited to attend the Cozy Theatre Saturday or Monday as guests a caller at the Chase Featherstone of The Lehi Free Press and Cozy home, Monday bringing a gallon of the famous Utah Cold Pack Straw Theatre managers. berries as a token of appreciation of LEHI The Athenian Club was entertained Mrs. Featherstone's work In the at a social at the home of Mrs. A. F. berries last season. I'reveut Clothespins from Freezing dle in the hands until it is thorwith coated LEHI being lather, oughly Hos- Webb Wednesday afternoon. To prevent clothespins irom careful not to touch the wick. When Ferrell Brems gave a very Interest tesess were: Mrs. I. L. Lott, Mrs. D. freezing, soak them In Ivory suds dry. the candle will burn with a on to the Seminary talk Alaska ing not R. have L. Mitchell, Mrs. E. and let them dry without rinsing. bright, steady light It will Chipman, Mrs No matter how cold the weather, to be snuffed, but will burn without T. F. Klrkham and Mrs. A. F. Webb. classes Tuesday. Mr. Brems spent they will not freeze on tlte line smoking; will not smell; will not part of his mission in Alaska and was LEHI after being so treated. spoil table covers by dripping Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Evans, Keith able to give the students some very grease, and will last much longer. Remove Putty from Windows Evans, Dick Evans, Dorothy Smith of interesting facts about Alaska and Lubricant In the House American Fork, and Mrs. Juliette her people. Take a cup of rich Ivory suda. LEHI Goates attended the funeral services rubbed A little Ivory soap add kerosene, stirring constantly along Following the funeral services for the edges of a door prevents it held for Carol Halliday in Santaquin, until a thick emulsion Is formed. Robert Fox, Mrs. M. A. Taylor served Spread liberally on the window from sticking. Likewise, the sliding Sunday. pane, and let it stand for about half doors of book cases and cabinets, luncheon to Miss Lela Cutler, Mrs LEHI as hour. This will soften the putty and the drawers of sideboards and Lehi relatives received word Wed Douglas Scalley and Mrs. Charles Fox so that it can readily be scraped off kitchen cabinets can be kept In knife. A single good working order by rubbing with a nesday of the birth of a baby boy to all of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs edged razor blade is particularly Ivory soap along the edges and in Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Spurrier at Fort Clifford Taylor and Mrs. Aggie Mc the grooves. useful for this purpose. Collins, Colorado on Wednesday, Jan. Kee of Springville. Window ropes will run up and LEHI 11. Prevent Candles from Dripping down with more ease If rubbed The boy is to be named Howard with a piece of Ivory soap. If the Mrs. Edward Larsen entertained the Mrs. was Stanton. formerly Spurrier Wet the hands and rub tbcsn on window sashes are tight, rub well Social Club in honor of ber birthday Miss LaRetta Anderson. a cake of Ivory soap until a thick with Ivory soap where they work down. can LEHI then and roll anniversary is afternoon Thursday up dry lather formed; Special guests were: Mrs. A. F. GaJs ford, Jr., of American Fork, Mrs. Geo uewis ana Mrs. tin tfatchelor. High score prize was won by Mrs. A. Gaisford. Jr, and consolation prize by Mrs. Leo Hansen. Dainty refresh. ments were served. r Tarv A.Clark f LEHI LEHI Mr. and Provo visitors Monday and Tuesday. LEHI Mr. and Mrs. Alma Eeck were Provo Mrs. A. F. Webb was a were Mr. and Mrs. Eli&s M. Jones s?alt Lake visitors. Friday. LEHI Aaron Allred were Mrs. and Mr. JAKUAEY,. In- any Job terest, any in want or anything printing line. the printing Seme with a $tnil. advertising-- kest way. These, and many other are part of the telephone's service. Straight Bean Diet Too Much for Welsh Miners brown beans, d Beans, were responsible for the first labor strike in Cariboo, and perhaps In western Canada, writes Louis Lebourdals ocin a Vancouver paper. The strike of curred in the winter when 28 Welsh miners employed by "Captain" John Evans on Lightning creek. Cariboo, walked out as a protest against a straight bean diet "It was not the noise and It was plenty made by 28 men trying to crack open and masticate a plateful beans at each meal, of to which we objected." said Harry Jones, recalling the Incident "It was the smell of the cursed things, as much as anything, while they were uses, dally hard-boile- The Mountain SUt Telephone & Telegraph Ox 18G3-18G- INSTANT Shoe Repairing Equipment SERVICE AND MATERIAL ARE at the half-cooke- d Quality GOOD YOURS Shoe I Rebuilders being cooked. "The cook, a Welshman like ourselves, was entirely unfamiliar with even the first essential in the preparation of beans ; and for a long time he refused to learn. We suffered as a consequence. "When we struck, Captain Evans was furious, but he was forced to compromise by adding flour and rice to the bill of fare." HAROLD OSBORNE, Mgr. RTAT'R STRFF.T T.lCHl Formal Notification of Call to Domestic Duty n It seems that the wife of a member of the Central Manufacturing TJistrict club, whom we shall name fictitiously for obvious reasons, has experienced considerable difficulty in persuading her spouse to assume a share In the family responsibilities. Particularly would she appreciate a helping hand in the morning when there are breakfast to get children to dress, and a host of other cares to discharge In a minimum of time. Other means falling, she finally resorted to the formally ironic and, wakening him one morning, thrust before his astonished eyes the following neatly done card: x Mrs. Easton Weswood requests the esteemed company of Mr. Easton Weswood at the robing of their children, Edward, Eleanor, and Edelweiss, this morning at seven-fiftee- n in the main and only bathroom of the Weswood domicile. (Overflow will gather in the south hall) Exchange, well-know- See L. I. Wardle INSURANCE COUNSEL0B "If it's insurance we have ft. For Automobile Insurance The best for the lest money. Let me explain it to you. LEHI, UTAH Geo. M. Brockban! Cnatia 1 Pimrospntfltive Poor Outlook BENEFICIAL LIFE INSUBANCl An anonymous English poet doesn't CO. take very kindly to the Info that our Utah Provo, longevity is increasing. "So we're all getting stronger, are bound to live longer? There's nothing consoling in that! It's reallv no blessing; in fact it's distressing to mink we may rival the cat . . for bI "The chap who has married will Hay For Sae Will trade wish he had tarried : Nine lives with milk cow. See Lynn Fowler. one wife. In a bog of credits for dresses and crimps In her tresses vlj Slightly Used Piano-?- 600 would equal nine lives of a doe. can De naa lor "Whoever's elated to learn we are slated for ancient Methuselah's role, Free Press office. Is perfectly sappy or maybe he's har Radio sample, Value $l56-?'py at thought of nine lives on the be had for $79.50. Tnmiire I1" aoie." Boston Transcript. Press office. WANT How Shoes Are xne umerence lu ih- ADS Let us repair or sell ybu yur Prices the lowest S 1th sizes of Iron cord. and Electric Shop. State an inch, bp- - l ..ured snoes is oi cording to the standard system of measurement, The selling urge of good Pathfinder explains Magazine. Widths are Indicated al- influences people whether w phabetically by letters; as. AAA, A A, what to tobo buy and where A, B, 0, D, E. The first letter stands for the narrower widths and the When there's a want there'i greater widths are indicated it's a Free Press Want Ai to R By width Is meantprogressively the amount of ball room in the shoe, that is, the Get your new Coxy widest part of the front section of CoupJ the shoe. Combination lasts are often your local merchants. used. An A width may be used for WICKER BABY the heel and a B width for the ball SALE Call This gives a snug fit to persons hav" ing small boned ankles. ir'UUWi) Key ring on. Owner may haev same By at this pffice and paying for li 8-- '