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I ALL ARRANGED
I VERY ELABORATE OUTLINE OF
8P0RT8 AND HOLIDAY EVENTS
The I'lonoor Colobratlon 1b all work
od out and from .advanco Uopo the
pcoplo of tho town can rost assured
that tko colobratlon will bo ono, ol
tho best la many years. Tho varlom
committees have boon at work foi
tho post ton days and to data have
accomplished wonders In gottlng c
colobratlon under way. Thoro pro
gram Is nil outlined and ns will be
soon bolow contains features for the
Tho sports program la bolng work
cd out to a very lino point. Thorc
will bo fentures of an unusual nnturc
that will plcaso overyono. Tho num
bors Vlll bo enough to suit ovory
ono and of a vory diversified naturo.
Tho basoball game for tho day will
also provo a real battlo. Tho Sail
Lako County Flromon aro rated as a
vory strong club and with Ldiil
hitting tho strlod alio has maintained
tho past month thoro Is no question
of tho class of a gamo tho fans can
4 A. M. Daylight Salutes.
C A. M. Sunrise salutes, Hag rais
ing and seronndo by band.
9:45 A. M. General assembly,
10 A. M. Program In tho High
Invocation Chaplain El! Kendall.
Song "Our Ploneors" Irvln Itoas.
Heading Mrs. Loonard Peterson.
Violin Trio Minuet In Q. Prof.
Charles Hopkins and sons, Clifford
Oration Prof. A. I). Andorson.
1 Vocal SoloMrsT'Eunlca Edwards
Anderson, (leading contralto in "Tho
Organ Solo Prof J. P. Smith.
Toasts and Sontlmonts May M.
Quartot Undor direction of Prof.
1 P. M. Lohl baseball team clash-
es with strong Salt Lake county flro-
mon's team. Doth aro playing a good
brand of ball and. a real exhibition Is
1:30 P. M. Freo Children's danco
in Smuln'fl Dancing Academy.
' 3:30 P. M. Sports at City Dall
Park, llaces and contest for young
and old. Llboral cash prizes to tho
Closing Event of Day Dig danco
I In Smuln's Dancing Academy In oven
I Ing. Special music.
' Any ono having a toast or sentl
I ment on or for that day pleaso hand
1 It to Miss May M. Lott, as sho has
1 boon asked to tako chargo of that
, FARM BUREAU ENCAMPMENT
Tho socond annual aummor on
ampmont of tlio Farm Duroau will
bo hold at Logan, July 20 to 29 In
clusive. Evory farm bureau mombor
and lady farm bureau mombor is in
vited to attoml-and from all advance
dopo thoro Is to bo a big rbsponso.
Each day thoro will bo special
topics taken up which really rosolvos
Itself In a special summer courso.
Visitors will 1)0 furnished with
bods and tonts whllo thoro.
Utah county mombors will Ioavo
Z- Lohl at 0 a. in, Wednesday, July 20,
" from Stato Street,- noar Pooplo's
1 Tho wator shortage In tho City
system has roached a very serious
Btago tho past ton days. Tho drain
1 on tho system has boon so groat that
' by night of each day there Is llltlo
wator loft In tho sottllng tank and
ovon in tho mornings tho pressure is
Water Superintendent A. D. Christ
offerson has been using ovory effort
In his power to got tho tank full and
tho proasuro up, but 'this will bo Im
possible unless tho people of the
town cooporato In using tho water
for only tho purposes paid for and
then nt only Uiolr alloted tlmo. Mr.
Chrlstofforson reports that thoro 1b u
good stream coming Into tho aystom
from Alplno and lftliousora will coop
orato thoro will bo no shortage the
remaining summor months.
Notices of tlmo of sprinkling lawno
aro bolng gotten out and citizens w'.ll
bo asked to llvo strictly up to tho
regulations. Thoso using water for
other purposes than tlioy aro paying
aro naked to dlscontlnuo this prac
tlco and help save as. much water as
It is also pointed out that If a flro
should broak out with tho prea&uro
as low as It has ibeon at various
-times the post fow days there would
bo no water with which to light it
arid consequently thoro would bo
great damago and loss to our citizens.
A farowoll mooting for Miss .Mnfy
Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. D. Anderson, who leaves July 26th
for tho California mission field, will
bo hold In tho High School Auditorium
Sunday ovenlng, commencing at 8 p.
A spoclal program will -bo arrangod
for the ovoniug consisting of spooch
es and musical numbers. Meetings in
tho First and Second Wnrds will bo
called off In order to allow their mom
bors an opportunity to attend this
PAGENT AT MUTUAL DELL
"Awakening of Tho "Wost," a
Pioneer Day art pagont, under tho
direction of Elbort H. Eastman of tho
D. Y. U., will bo given by tho
Mutuals of tho Alplno Stnko July 24th
at Mutual Doll, Amorlcan Fork Can
yon. Tho pageut Is. a mammoth af
fair and will bo of great interest to
old and young.
In ordor to mako traveling up and
down tho canyon aa safo as possible
there will bo but ono way traffic bo
twocn tho hours of 8 a. m. and 11 a.
wi. and C p. m. and 7 p. m. Traffic
will bo permitted to go only up tho
canyon during tho abovo a. m. period
and only down during tho abovo p.
LEHI BUSINE88 CLUB MEETING
Tho Lohl Diisluess Club mombors
will moot tonight (Thursday) on tho
John F.!utlor lawn. Tho plans for
putting over Utah Mado Goods Cam
paign, July 27 to August 0, will bo
8ELL1NG FORDS AGAIN
Ira Itncker is again on tho Job soil
ing Fords. Ho formorly was connect
ed with tho American Fork agency
but now has tied up with tho Lohl
Motor Company which Is Just open
ing up hero.
Make Your Pioneer Grandma Happy
ifl MmmK i n,lV0 llor cyes fitte(1 wittl
sm WmJEfc- -b Ymii l0 Pl'P01' glnsses so snc
ss 1- Vmtm enn onJy wading.
ty 1 - dm JP1 Satisfaction Guaranteed.
l JML E.N.WEBB
1 0 Am Jewelor and Optometrist
LEHI GIRL LOST IN
HILLS IN PROVO CANYON
MISS EMMA BRAD8HAW SPENDS
MOST OF NIGHT IN WILD BRUSH
COVERED HILLS. RESCUING
PARTY LOCATE HER IN HEAD
OF GULCH AT 3:30 A. M.
Tho most nervo wrecking night ovet
spont by Miss Emma Droshaw, one1 pi
tho most trying ton hours for hei
parents and a real strenuous night '6l
mountain climbing In tho dark fo;
twonty-flvo Lohl mon and boys canic
to a close at 3:30 a. m. yesterday
morning when tho soarchlng party
found Emma at tho head of a gulch
Uireo miles from a canyon camp at
tbo Thomas and Giles ranch In Soutfe
Fork, Provo Canyon. Tho soarchora
had combed miles and miles of the
brush covered hills and valos with
Hash lights In pitch darkness before
thoy wero rewarded by finding the
Tho call for a searching party
roached Lcht Just after 11 p. m. Tues
day ovenlng. J. F. Dradahaw, father
of tho girl telephoned for a party tp
help find his daughter after all eiforU
of tho canyon party had failed to
locate hor. The word was quickly
spread and somo twenty Lohl men aaa
boys rosponded and after gottlsg
flash lights for tho search woro load
ed Into cars and speed to tho Giles
and Thomas ranch In South Fork,
They arrived thoro shortly after
midnight and after organizing with
tho canyon party, which had been
out 8iuco dark, started a systematic
search of ovory Inch ot the thickly
timbered and brush covered hills to
tho west ot tho ranch. The search
waxed into a very strenuous under
taking. Tho slopes aro stoop and the
brush so thick it was impossibility?
get-through in places. This togbther
with tho fact that tho night was ab
solutely pitch dark mado covering tho
territory yory had and strenuous. It
was feared tho girl had fainted and
would 1)0 lying somo whoro In tho
brush or streams and so mlnuto
searching was necossary.
After between threo and four hours
of scouting tho long waltod for signal
of threo shots rang out telling all of
tho searching party that tho child
Tho search canio to an end at the
head ot ono of tho small canyons bo
tweon tbo South Fork and Provo,
threo miles from tho camp at tho
Gllos and Thomas ranch.
Whllo Uio search was sorious and
of a worrying naturo a numbor of
laughablo things happened. On ono
occasion ono of our osteomod
citizens, always sober and usually
fleet of foot, was pulled out of tho
mountain stream whoro ho was hoard
to plungo aftor missing his footing.
Two others mado a completo circle
of a largo open flat In tho South Fork
and woro planning to got tho rost of
tho party togother to rush tho camp,
thinking it was a M ox lean shoop herd
ors camp which was In tho vicinity
whoro tho girl was lost, when mem
bers ot tho camp called and ask them
If tho girl had boon found. Thoy
mado tracks without saying much
and caught up with tho ot'uor search
ars. Miss Dradohaw, 15-yoar-old, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dradshaw,
with two othor girls, started up tho
Hill wost ot thoif' camp at tho ranch
tvhoro soverul Lohl families aro
spending tho week. It commoncod to
got closo to dusk and tho two
trionds roturnod whllo Emma wont
n wishing to roach tho top and got
x viow of tho surrounding country.
3ho found a largo flat at tbo top and
wont out onto this open placo for a
llttlo way. Tho country horo Is all
lioavlly covored with largo oak brush
and othor bushy growth. Sho lost
hor directions when dusk caught her
and wont north instead of east. Sho
says alio finally wont down what she
thought was Into South Fork but
which In reality was another smallor
canyon. Tho brush prevented hor
from Booing any lights and oho wan
dered off up tho stream of tho can
yon which headed toward Provo.
Whon found sho was at tho head of
this guloh threo mllos away from
camp. Tho top of tho hill she first
assonded woh only about a half mile
away from camp.
Sho would not- say much about her
i oxporlenco being so tickled and re
lieved at bolng ablo to got back say-
i ing nothing ot being nearly oxhaust-
i od. Sho said sho had decldod to re
main whoro she was until daylight
A tow minutes sloop was all sho had
oeen able to got and tho thought of
snakes would not permit hor to llo
Those of tho canyon party making
tho search woro: Mr. DradBbaw,
Leon Taylor, Alex Drown, Horbert
Taylor, G, It. Taylor and the ranchor.
Those of tho Lohl party wero:
Charles Earl, Lowcl Earl, II. P.
Hardy, Domoro Hardy,' John South
wick, Daylo Cutler, Frank Earl, N.
O. Malan, Edward Southwlck, Alex
Christofferson, II. J. Evans, Floyd
, Uoatos, Francis Qoatos, Art Dock,
Ralph Hutchings, Earl Roberta, Syl
vester 'Droadbont, Boyd Holmatead,
S. Holmstead and Stanley Taylor.
SUNDAY SCHOOL GIVING
Tho Lohl Fifth Word Sunday School
has arranged a special program fok
Sunday afternoon, July 23rd at 2 p.
m. Tho affair will bo given In tho
High School Auditorium.
Following Is tho outline ot tho pro
gram which will be soon Is of a vory
Interesting naturo. Tho public Is In
vited. Sony Miss Edith Evans.
8unday School CO Years Ago
Bishop Andrew FJcld.
Doys Chorus "Como, Como Yo
Fifth Ward Sunday School In 1950
Miss Eliza Phillips.
t-faag Primary Department.
...tajemarks Jjako Doard Membor.
Song Fffr 'Intorinedfaiot""Bccond
Cucumber It a Fruit.
The cucumber Is reully u fruit, and
Bot a vegetable.
LEHI STILL HEADS I
CENTRAL UTAH LEAGUE I
1 Club Standing
' ' Won Ijbat Pet.
Lohl XpLx 4 J ,80o
Spanish' Fork.... 3 2 .000
Mldvolo ..v..... 3 '2 .000
J'rovo .. .... r2 ' 3 .400
Hobor ..i.. 2r 3 .400
Amortoan Fork 2 3 .400
Payson ..... ....... 2 3 ' .400
Amorlcan Fork 7, Springvlllo 4.
Mldvulo C, Hobor 3.
Provo 13, Payson C.
SPANISH WINS GAME HERE.
ONLY CONTEST LOST BY LEHI
Tho baseball gamo horo yesterday
botwoen Lohl and Spanish Fork was
not lOBt to Lohl until .the third strike
in tho ninth Innings and then only by
ono run. Tho final score was 5 to 0.
Tho breaks going to tho visitors
with Lohi's inability to hit In tho
pinches lost us tho contest
Tho gamo opened with each toara
scoring in tho first tramo. Spanish
was retired with no runs in tho
socond and Lcht pushed ovor ono in
hor half. This samo thing occurred
In tho third but Spanish got tho run
and Lohl failed to score. Spanish
scored threo In tho fourth and was re
tired wlth gooso oggs until tho eighth
when ono moro run was mado. Lohl
scored ono In tho sixth, ono In tho
eighth and aiiotbor in tho ninth.
Tho Inst Innings looked like another
id Innings affair. Tho first man up
was safo on first and tbon Colledgo
sent a threo baso drlvo Into right
fiold. This scored ono and put
Tommy on third. Evcryono was then
sot for a real rally but Koough had
tho dopo and fanned two mon retir
ing tho sldo.
AD it II O A
Anderson, 2b. . 5 114 4
Edwards, If 5 12 10 Wfr
ltowo, 3b." 4 0 10 0 W$i
O. Drown, a..ij. 4 .0 1 ,J7 1 Ef
Elmer, lb.. . g 1210 0 fi
' Hnzo, cf. i..w f...4 2 1 3 0 h'hj
1 L. Do won, bs.-..a. 4 0 0 0 1 WQ
1 D. Dowen. rf. ,"...... 3 1110 Jt
Clark, p .w-U 4 0 0 1 G m,
Koough, p .JL,'.. 0 0 0 0 0 IB'
AD II H O A 1e
Cojledgo, 2b.,. ..4 0 13 2
'Darnos, If. , ..:. 4 O 2 2 0 9
II. Atwood; cf.w . 3 2 0 0 0 SS3
Thrasher, lb. . 3 0 2 12 0 wSt
Wobb, 3b. 40112 IH
A. Atwood, c :.,, 3 2 2 5 0 In
D. Smuln, Wilson, rf. 2 0 1 1 0 fH
HoluiBtoad, H . 4 1 3 2 G Iffi
Jackson, p. . , 3 0 0 14
Homo Huns A. AtWood. Two . a
base hits Darns 2, Wabb, Elmor, D. ,
Dowen. liases on balls, off Clark 1, ' M
Koough 2, Jackson 1, Throa baso hits l I
Thrasher, Colledgo, Edwards. Urn- j fl
plro WoymlghL fl
Lohl meets Spanish Fork thoro Frl- j
day and Mldvalo horo noxt Wodnos- 9
day. - H
FIELD ROAD TO SARATOGA OPEN ffl
For tho first tlmo slnco winter tho . fl
Mold rond to Saratoga is open. Work
ot grading and filling was- oomplotod fl
last week and trulllo ullowod to ' fl
travol tho road on Monday of this H
woolc. Tho county crew has boon re- ! H
pairing tho road. fl
It has been reported that tho road fl
Is now In good shape which will be ' fl
appreciated news to tho Saratoga fl
patrons. 1 H
Tho' msHftgomeit; at Saratoga, la fl
planning oh a big crowd thoro on S
tho 24th. Spoclal foaturos will bo M
pulled oft on that day to nmko m
tho day aa entertaining to tho pooplo "J
as posslblo. 6
I JULY I
I CLEARANCE SALE 1 1
I STILL GOING I I
I STRONG r I
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I People's Co-op. Inst. 1 1
The Busy Store on State Street X
S UTAH PRODUCTS OAMPAiaNLEHI, JULY 27 to Aug. 5. 8 I
Royal-National Attractions if I
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2 AGAIN TO-NIGHT MONDAY, PIONEER DAY COMING S m
W Blj Double Show. AND TUESDAY MAIlY .... Fq MTVln, ... Jfc i.
1 W. KING DRIGG8 and COMPANY 4lIB IIH VM s rm , 1 8 I
j$ IN HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE "THE CRADLE" UIL HIUIIT SPLCIALIST" I
J in connection with our big feature A tromontous drama of toT0-rU ood'yKool
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3f FRIDAY-8ATURDAY, JULY 21-22 ., ,, J L ' "SATUKDAY NIQHT" X vl
m "DOCTOR JIM" JULY 2627 HOOT OIDSON IN "8UUB FIHB"5
9 A spoclal plcturo wltli Frank "TRAVELIN' ON" .MARION DAVIBS IN 2 I
6 Mayo. Reports glvo this a won- "DBAUTY'S WOItTII" m
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Sand see this plcturo tho Bocond with nnothor big favorite DOltOTHY DAJ TON IN &
5 tlmo and then want to go again WILLIAM 8 HART "MOHAN OF TUB LADY I RTTY" S
the second night woll Its suro william a. haht nnnn T
jjOK. Also "Itoblnaon Crusoe" In tho two gun fighter In an eplo or tiip rmWAJRS. t mriv.
chapter seven and a good comedy, tho wost. And Larry Somon In a , 0, ""i BT i'0VJ3
6 A splendid program with the hair raising uprorlous comody BL8IL FHROUSON AND S
usual big crowd, start oarly-tho coNcnDTE" WAIM.RSI? IN I
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