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jBgriH. ' ' ' LBHI, UTAH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER'l4rit22 r - "N0T7' ' I
HY SUCCESSFUL YEAR
lASSURED IN LOCAL SCHOOLS
BSaBLY 100 PERCENT OF GRADE
TJUDENTS ALREADY IN. HIGH
CH00L ADOVE AVERAQE IN
KTho prompt wny In which students
ye ontorcd tho grado classes und
Iilrcady lnrgo registration In tho
high school, togotlior with tho
up of exporlonccd Uvo teachers
iuvo this year, bespeaks ona of
best school years tho town has
had Nearly 100 percent of tho
studonts enrolled aio already In
1 'and ovor ICO high school
nts had rogtstcred last evening,
expected that tho high school
ilment will reach 250 this year,
rk aimed at for somo tlmo.
glstratiou at tho high school has
In full swing sinco Monday and
ilscs to continue at a good rato
romnlndor of this wcok and well
next. According to comparisons
othor schools of tho district the
tratlon would iudtcato a strougor
o of students to got Into school
' hero than In somo of tho othor
schools. This yoar students of
school ago nro not bolng com
d to go to school as was triad
yoar. It Is up to tho studont this
m whothor ho wishes to attend
d1 or not and It is generally foil
this plan will result In a higher
lard of work.
Registration To Yesterday,
limon . .. . . .C8
rs ... 32
I of yesterday's registration is not
dod in this list,
a Commercial courses given hero
year aro. proving popular with
studonts. Many aro signing up
ho various classes. Somo chungos
ass rooms aro being intule. Tho
work nnd agricultural work is
j transferred to tho now building
tho basement of tho Auditorium,
nary classes will Ibo held in tho
torlum basomont until tho now
Inary Is complotcd.
actlcal farm mechanics work con
ig of leather worfi, soldorlng,
will bo undertaken along with
ral wood work this year, thus
ing tho courso inoro practical
of greater value to tho stdonts.
o grado schools bava attained a
;d hard to equal in oarly nttond
. In many departments 100 por
of enrolled studonts aro already
ft an and only ono or two from tho re
I malnlng fow rooms aro yet out. Tho
teachors and scholars aro already in
I tho collar and off for a hard yoars
H work. Much stross is to bo laid on
U organized play during rocoss, Frln
M clpal Loo Hansen announced. It is
IH known that tho recreation at rocossos
doos much to kcop tho children in
H goqd health and by organizing and
H directing tho play all of tho chlldron
H will bo brought In, which Is not tho
H enso whoro tho students aro Just
j "turned looso." Every toachor will
H tako part and koop tho play going, it
H Is planned.
H Students By Grades.
8lh W. B. Davis 4G
8th Clinton Thorno ....45
H 7th Principal, Ilnnson 35
7th Wnllaco Andorson .3G
B 7th Woodruff Borry - 29
R Cth Miss DocIa Southwiclc- 40
cth Miss Edith Qoatos 39
Gth and Gth Mrs. Iono Oilchrlst ....28
Cth Miss Ida Thurman 41
Gth Miss Ora Holmstead 39
lth Miss Eliza Phillips, Principal 38
Ith Aroma Qoodwln 30
3rd Miss Eula Evans .'.39
3i d Miss Lllllnno Pernoux 38
2nd MIs3 AHco Jones Threo classos
2nd Miss Volma Wing 88
1st hMIs8 Velma Wing Threo classes
1st Miss Amco Walkor 89
Parents aro requested to obscrvo
tho ruling on ago for boglnnors. Tho
rulo Is "chlldron not'slx before October
1st are not eligible to enter school
Board Let Contract
Por Alpine Gym
Tho Alplno School Hoard mot last
week In regular sosslon with all mom
bora present. Mr. Waro, tho archi
tect, and Mr. John Hunter woro
present, and presented tho proposed
cuts to bo mado In tho Alplno gym
nasium building. Thoro woro many
cuts proposed, and tho architect de
clared that thoy would not mako any
dlfforenco in tho value of tho building
and stated that the cuts would mako
It posslblo to erect tho building for
the sum of money available. Mr.
Hunter then proposed to build the
structure for tho sum of 13,7C7.
Tho school board has $13,800 to build
tho ibulldlng, and It was deemed ad
visablo to glvo tho contract to tho
Chlpmnn Merc. Co. for tho sum of
$13,767. Tho building Is to bo com
pleted by January 1st, and work has
already commenced on Its construc
tion. A. K. Ovorlado was granted a
yoarly lncroaso of $75 to covor his
transportation bctweon tho Lincoln
and Pleasant Qrovo High Schools as
his tlmo is to bo divided botwoen
theso two schools.
Tho matter of registration fees
was discussed at somo longth, nnd
somo comparisons woro mado with
Uiqso of othor districts. TJio registra
tion foo in this district Includes lab
oratory fees. In the Nebo district a
registration feo of $5.50 is chargod,
nnd at Provo $5.00 is tho feo. ThlB
doos not Include tho laboratory Iocs
In cither case. Tho average labora
tory feo at Provo is $5. Tho avor
ago in tho Nobo district Is $3, al
though tho superintendent of that
district roports that tho foo was not
sulIlcleiU to maintain tho labora
Tho school board folt that tho
$8.00 horo would not bo sufllclont
to glvo all studonts laboratory cour
ses freo, so thoy d6cldod that a foo
of $10.00 would nocossarily hnvo to
bo chargod this yoar.
M. S. Lott was proHont to discuss
tho plumbing and heating for tho
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SCHOOL STARTS NEXT MONDAY
M HOW ARE THE KIDDIES EYES?
B Ppor eyesight holds mimy a boy and girl back
H in their classes.
B If yon have any doubt as to the condition of
their eyes, have them examined and be sure.
H E. N. WEBB
M f Jeweler and Optometrist
" Main Street Lehi
111 Mill ' ' ltlllttltH
DELEGATES TO CONVENTION
HERBERT TAYLOR CHOSEN
Tho Republicans of Lehl in mooting
Saturday ovoning choso 27 dologatos
to go to tho County Convention at
Amorlcnn Fork, Friday, and solocted
Horbort Taylor to lead tho party in
this precinct. Mr. Taylor was choson
chairman of tho party by a unani
mous voto of all present. Other olllcors
woro as follows: Mrs W. A. Knight,
vlco-chalrmau; Frank Qatsford, socro
tary. The Precinct Commltteo as so
District 1 S. A. Wllles, Jamos
Holden, E. A. Uushman, Jr., Mrs, II.
C. Fcathorstono and Mrs. Charles
District 2 Molvln Johnson, James
Trlnnaman, Joseph Collcdgo, Mrs.
Molvln Johnson and Mrs. Charlos
District 3 iLoRoy Davis, Loon
Taylor, Leonard Petorson, Mrs.
Frank Oalsford, Mrs. Thomas Kirk
ham. District 4 Thomas Webb, James H
Gardnor, J. V. Wing, Mrs. J. W.
Wing nnd Mrs. Jamos II. Gardnor.
Tho mooting tbon procoodod to
elect tho following delegates:
S. V. Uoss, Dort Jonos, Horbort
Taylor,, J. W. Wing, James H. Gard
ner, Mrs. James H. Gardnor, Richard
Norman, James W. Holdon, Molvln
Johnson, Mrs. W. A. Knight, Mrs.
Charlos Gurnoy, William Ashor, Emma
Jano Roberts, Ron CJ Lott, W. A.
Knight, Ruol Evans, Jos S. Rroadbont,
E. A. Bushman, 8r., J. E. Cottor, Leon
Taylor, Ralph Loiter, Dr. Maboy, Matt
Carson, Hornco Wolllnden and Joseph
Josoph Collcdgo was placed on tho
County Ticket as Precinct Constable
and Henry Low Is as Precinct Justico.
Tho mooting voted solid to ondorso
W. A. Knight as candldato for Stato
Roprescntatlvo and E. D. Jones for
Cedar Fort school. No action was
Virginia Smith was roloased from
hor contract and Mrs. Mary Ann
Davis was employed.
lllds wore opened for tho transpor
tation of students. Don Rates was
given tho contract to haul tho Alplno
studonts at $180 por month, although
ho was not tho lowost btddor, but
bottor accomodations woro provldod.
Tho contracts for tho Lincoln dis
trict were let to Niels Andorson of
Shnron for $150 por month and R.
Cecil Wentz of Tlmpanogos for $150.
It was doclded that transportation
was unnecessary In tho Ploasant
Grove district as tho now location
of tho high school will mako most
of the LIndon students within tho 3
mllo limit. Studonts living outsldo
tho 3-mllo limit will rocolvo mllo
ago. Tho threo mllo limit now
reaches as far south as tho LIndon
Second ward chapel.
Wm. Kendall of San Francisco, Is
horo visiting his father Ell Kondall.
Ho will go on to Idaho to visit rela
tives. FALL MILLINERY
Opening This Week
Brdadbent ft Son's Store
AVe invito you to call and havo
a look at the now fall creations
and models. Our nullinei will
be pleased to entertain you and
hIiow you all the new modelB and
trimmings, as to prices you will
find them very much less than
last fall. "We invite you to call,
-o- , t "
And while in our Htoro ask to
see all tho new ginghams, per
cales, dross crepes all colors and
fall dress goods. "We like to show
tho now goods and quote you our
new low prices. It will be a sav
ing to you.
Another shipment of those
good school shoes just unpacked.
Let us fit you up with the next
Now cotton and wool bats and
quilt linings at greatly reduced
Our aim is always to please
you and on each sale savo you a
It will pay you to stop and shop
I Broadbent ft Son's Store
Farmers Lose Horses
Harry Manning lost flvo hoad of
I horses, tha last ono on Sunday, and
j Virgil Goates ono, from poisoning,
j Examination by Votcrnnrlan C. T.
t Jonos disclosed tho fact that second
. crop hay that had boon piled too
j green or ralned"on during Its curing
hud caused tho poisoning. Ho- ox
' plained that tho poison acted tho
, satno on animals ns ptomalno poison
ing doci with tho human raco.
n Other fnrmors should tako pro
cautions to savo animals.
Ton head of cattlo woro also lost
j by Mr. Uonnion at tho Point of tho
. Mountain from their eating polsonod
5 vogetntlon on tho railroad right-of-way.
Tho poison horo was bolng
i sprnj cd to kill tho woods.
Convention To Be
Held September 20
At a mooting of tho Democratic
county commltteo, held In Provo
Thursday evening, it was decldod that
tho Democratic county convention will
bo hold In Provo, Wednesday, Sop
tombor 20. County Chairman J. W.
Robinson, who has Just returned from
tho oast, was proscnt, and presided
at tho meeting.
Tho tomporary olllcors for tho con
vention woro choson ns follows:
Chairman, J. W. Robinson; vlco
chairmen, Inez K. Allen, II. T. Rey
nolds, William Roylnnco, Allco Rey
nolds and T. N. Taylor, all of Provo,
A. J. Evans of Lehl, nnd T. F. Tol
burst ol Payson; socrotnry, L. T. Ep
person,, Provo; assistant secretary,
Ettas Warner1, Spanish Fork; iyer-goant-nt
arms, J. T. WUllamB, Provo;
Chaplin, Justin A. Lovoless, Payson.
Tho precinct primaries will bo hold
on or boforo Saturday, September 1C.
Tho Second Word Relief Society
will hold conferonco nt tho ward
houso commencing at 2 p. in. Sunday.
Tho following program has boon ar
ranged: Lesson Mrs. J. F. Cutlor.
Quartet Mrs. Mary E. YatoB and
Talk Stako omcor.
Solo Mrs. Sadlo Klttlngor.
Instrumental Mrs. F. D. Worlton.
Tho Second Ward Relief Socloty
hold a vory successful bazar In tho
ward houso Thursday ovoning. Thoy
cleared $110 on tho ontortalnmont
Tho First Ward Relief Socloty is
arranging n vory good program for
their word conforonco Sunday aftor-
noon at 2 p. m.
Tho Socond Ward is having tho
stand and choir seats remodeled nt
their church houso.
MR8. LUCY GATE8
TO TALK HERE
Lehl pooplo will bo given a treat
Sunday ovoning -when Mrs. Lucy
Gates, mothor of Emma Lucy Gatos,
will dollvor a talk in tho High School
Auditorium. Tho program com
mences at 7:00 p. in. nnd Is undor
tho direction of tho Oonoology
Socioty of Lohl.
Contract for tho excavation, found
ation and ibrlck work on tho Lohl
Somlnary was awarded to II. C.
Fcathorstono Saturday ovoning. W.
W. Dlckorson will ovorseo tho work.
Tho Fifth Wnrd has outllnod a very
good program for Rollof Socloty Con
foronco In tholr ward Sunday after- ;
A spocial program In honor of tho
136th Constitution adoption nnnlvor
sary Is bolng nrrungod by tho Fifth
Ward for Sunday ovoning.
There will bo a mooting of tho
Domoornts of Lohl Precinct held In
the High School Auditorium, Satur
day, B)ptombor 10, 1922, at 8 o'clock
p. in., to olect delegates to thy County
Convention to bo hold at Provo, Sop
tombor 20, 1922, to nomlnato n pro
duct ticket; to oloct a precinct com
mltteo and to transact such othor
bufllncis as may proporly como bo
foro tho mooting.
A. D. ANDERSON, Chairman.
Transient Loses Arm
Josus Cudoas 18-year-old Mexican
lad, foil undor n freight train nt 3:30
yestorday nftornoon Just north of tho
D. & R. G. dopot. Two whoola passod
ovor hta arm JiiBt below tho elbow.
Ho was rushed to tho Lohl hospital
by Marshal Chrlstofforson whoro tho
arm had to bo amputated at tho elbow.
Tho lad could not talk English but It I
was learned ho was from Southorn
mi ! i ii- m -,
ANOTHER BIG CORPORATION 1
PLANS UTAH PLANT 1
UTAH LAKE SITE FAVORED BY
Unusual Interest hns dovolopod in
this locality in tho nnnouncomont
that tho Paclllo Stool corporation
organized by somo of tho largost in
terests on tho PacIIlc coast togothor
with Salt Lake capitalists has plans
woll undor way for tho ostablishmont
in this stato of a stool Industry which
It Is contemplated will bring togothor
in ono vast ontorprlso 75 por cont of
the stcol manufacturing capacity of
tho Pacific alopo and tho largost
privately owned iron and coal prop
erties on tho continent.
Undor tho plans, which call for tho
expoudlturo of $8,000,000 in Utah,
provision will bo mado for a produc
tion of pig Iron at tho rato of 400,000
to 500,000 tons annually, using tho
rich Iron oro from tho J. 8. Mllnor
corporation holdings In Iron county
nnd tho coking coal from Carbon nnd
Emory counties, with Utah llmostono
nnd othor raw matorials roqulrod for
,1.1m linitln .t? nil mlA..M Ii.t1l.4.liil
lino UMOIU Ul UII lUUUUlil lUUUBlllUl
Ufa, stool. - '
While thoro has boon no nnnounco
mont concerning tho location of tho
projected furnaces and coko ovona, It
Is bollovcd that tho shores of Utah
lako will probably furnish a sultablo
slto, It being polntod out that trans
portation, living conditions and ac
cessibility to tho doposlts of coal,
iron, llmostono and othor matorials
mako tho Utah lako an inviting point
for such an enterprise ns Is lndjcatod
by tho attention glvou to this locality
by tho Columbia Stcol corporation.
Iron and coal properties of tho
Mllnor corporation which aro to bo
mado tho basis of tho Utah opera
tions of tho Paclllo Stool corporation
aro sttuatpd In Iron and Carbon coun
ties, rcapoctlvoly, und. may bo con
nected with oxlstlng railroads by now
linos not moro than 2D mlloo In
length, according to J. S. Mllnor, sec
retary of tho Utah corporation.
Stolen Car Found
A Dulck touring car, belonging to
a Mr. Morrison of Salt Lake, which
had boon Btolon from hlfl resldonco
Sunday ovoning, was located noar
tho William KIrkham homo TuoBday
morning Tho rear tiros had boon
Samuel Wells ' HI
Died Yesterday in
Satnuol Wells, 78 years of ago, nn
early Bottler of Lohl, passod away at Mm
tho homo of his daughter In Taylors- M
vlllo yestorday morning. Death camo ; WU
suddenly as ho was 111 slnco Monday Bw
only. However, ho has boon falling UJf
llo Is- survived by throo children, BvL
Mrs. Alox Hussoy, of Taylorsvlllo, 'mWl
Mrs, Edith Mcomlo of California and IBS
S. L. Wolla of this city. Wg
Funornl sorvicos will bo conductod MsA
at tho Second Ward Chapel Friday sSf
at 2 p. in. IBW
Heber Central E3
Utah-League Champions Ijjjl
How Thoy Finished. Won. Lost. Pet. II
Hobor Eagles 3 2 .COO Iffl
American Fork 2 3 ,400 IH
Friday's Game. jl
At American Fork Hobor 12, HI
Cavemen 0. Ill
Winner of First Half. Ill
American Fork Cavomon. Man- fl
agor John Ilorg, Captain Earl Holm- mmm
Winner of Second Half. Ii
Hobor Eaglos, Manager Josso HIatt, uM
Captain F. C. Montgomery. IB
Winner of the Pennant, IBVI
Hobor jEagloa, ono ot tho two IWt
leaguo tcaniB Mint employed no. "out- fHJ
sldo talent" during tho season;' Lohl Ai
was tho othor. Imm
Hobor Eaglos aro tho 1922 chain Vfl
plons ot tho Central Utah basoball jHj
league. Thoy dofoatod tho Amort- iBfl
can Fork Cavomon Friday In a ono- ''H
aided gamo, winning their third HJ
gnmo in a flvo-gamo aorlos. Amori- BJ
can Fork took tho 11 rat two games BJ
and Hobor mado a cloan-up of tho re- flMW
malnlng gnmos. Tho score waB 1.2 nil
to I L
IcillHdts are in the Qinfj jfl
And you don't have to guess about tho kind tVBj
you're going to get. Step in the well dressed BVJ
circle by picking your favorite from
Stan' Hats Hj
Favored in style, in quality and in price. itKB
OOMIB IN AND TIP A PEW OP THE OTW PAL7L Kgfl
HATS PROM THE CO-OP. g?,
"What is the most important thimr that happened H-.y
in your home to-day" asked tho teacher. $"-.
"Daddy bought a new Pall hat at 'the Co-op." if
replied Jennie Blank a little pupil in the Primary . -, P
Smart Girl Smart Hats and it's smart men0 who V
will come and try on the new blocks while tho dew wL,
is on the selections at a store where thoro fe never JK
anything overdue on tho pricos! IJK
t $2.50 to $5.00 Hg
People's Co-op. Inst. B
The Busy Store on State Street H
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