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I' ym Eig)lt THE LEin SUN, LEHI. UTAH Thursday, December 28. moo
A Local Items
,'' Mr. and (Mrs. J. E. Bono nnd
children were visitors nt Salt Lako
I Christmas Day.
j Mr. and Mrs. Murray D. Allon nnd
r Ki ' Mr. Wolls of Ogdcn, aro tho guests or
,'J ' ; Lohl rolativos nnd frlonds.
IS Ooorgo M. Gaislord nnd sons,
Dowoy nnd Cedric, nro down from
: Mammoth, to spent tho holidays.,
' f o ,
Matt Knudson of Provo, was a Lohl
business visitor yostorday. Ho hns
'. Just completed tho salo of his homo
on center atro'ot.
Miss Margaret Thurman nnd IUch-
nnl Gilchrist nro spending tho holl?
days in Mount Pleasant with Mrs.
' Miss Margnrot Cox, who is nttond-
l)ng school in Salt Lako, is spondlng
Hbo holidays horo with hor parents,
Mr. and Mrs, Edward Cox.
Elvin ailchrist, who is attending
school in Salt Lako City, 1b spending
I tho holidays horo with his parents,
i, ! . Mr. nnd Mrs. Sydney Gilchrist.
Mr, and Mrs. Clarenco Knudson and
Clifford Knudson of Salt Lako City,
'' wero visiting horo this wook with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Christian Knudson.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thrasher on
, tortalnod at Christmas dinner Mon-
' day for Mr. nnd Mrs. E. 0. Madson,
v . of Provo, and Mr. and Mrs. Jamos
Miss Froda Lott, who is omployod
; nt tho Stato Capitol, was homo with
hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don C.
wr . Lott, over Christmas.
1 k '
It - Tho Athenian Club mot at tho homo
Hi.1 of Mrs. Sydnoy ailchrist yostorday
Sfij, nftornoon whoro thoy onjoyod a very
& ploasant and prodtablo aftornoon.
Jtf: )i Mrs. H. D. Merrlhow gavo tho losson,
If I t "Hamlin Garland," Sketch and Story.
IM i Mr. and Mrs. Harmon McAffco on-
ml , tertalnod at Christmas dlnnor for Mr.
ll and 'Mrs. E. A. Bushman, Sr., Mr. and
j f Mrs, Ooorgo Lewis and family and
i 1 ' K Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klrkham and
l ! family.
I j- Mr. and Airs. Edward Larson ontor
II1, tninod Tuosdny evening nt a vory do
If llghtful card party. Ooorgo Holm
U stead won first honors and Mrs. Frank
I Galsford tho consolation prlzo. Twenty
1 guosts woro prosont. Tasty rofrosh
1 , monts woro sorved during tho oven
I ' ing.
Ill f "
jjm Tho missinary wives and parents
'. association of Lehl will moot at tho
( BlJ homo of Mr, and Mrs, Julius Ottorson
11 1 - on December 28th. Tho following pro-
I I gram has boon arranged.
jj'l t Spooch of Wolcomo Mr. J. Ottor-
h'I I son.
j I Letter Reading Edward Southwick,
tl I Song -Brothor and SlBtor Ooorgo
1 1 Klrkham. '
; neodlng Slstor Emma J. Itoborts.
- TO CITY WATER USERS
There are still a few users of City water who
liavo not paid their rental for 1922. These users aro
hereby notified that this is the last notice they will
receive and unless payment is made before Dccembor
31, 1922, 1 will proceed to shut off the water service.
Rates payable at my residence, Main Street,
south of telephone office.
A. D. OKRISTOFFERSON,
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Bennett wero
Provo visitors on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Malan aro tho
proud parents of a flno baby girl which
arrlvod on December 22nd at their
homo in Ogdon.
Miss Martha Harvoy, Dan Harvoy
and Byron Harvoy of Salt Lako,
spent Christmas with tholr parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Harvoy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Clark and Mr.
and Mrs. John Whlmpoy formed nn
auto party to Ogdon yostorday. Thoy
will visit rolatlvcs thcro until this
Monday aftornoon tho First Ward
Primary ofTlcors and teachors ontor
tahiod tho Primary at a Christmas
treat and program, Tho kiddles had
a real good ttmo enjoying several
hours of morry making.
Tho Third Ward Sunday School and.
Primary mombors woro given a
Christmas treat during tho wook by
tho olllcors of tho associations, Sun
day 200 Sunday School kiddles on
joyod n social and on Thursday 2C7
Primary mombors mot Santa Claus
and received prosonts and candy and
Alias Delta Harvoy, daughtor of Mr.
and Mrs. Goorgo W. Harvoy, was
marrlod Friday, Decombor 22, to
Edward Blnkorhoff of Huntington,
Utah. Tho mnrrlago took placo In
tho Snlt Lako Tomplo. Tho young
couplo will mnko tholr homo in Huntington.
Farm Loan Meeting
Thero will bo a mooting of tho
Lohl National Farm Loan Association
mombors, Tuosday ovonlng, January
0, 1023, at 8 p. m. In tho Momorial
Building, for tho purpoao of oloctlng
ofllcors for tho onauolng year and to
transact any other business that might
E. B. JONES, Socrotary.
li FM&M 3tatmBtPlfip j:
j j! IN THE SPIRIT OF HOLIDAY HAPPINESS, !
I ; IN APPRECIATION OF FAVORS PAST AND j
. : IN KEEPING WITH THE TIME-HALLOWED
j i : HOLIDAY CUSTOM, WE EXTEND TO YOU
j! : OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A GOOD, OLD-
I ; FASHIONED
3 HAPPY NEW YEAR
I J. E. Racker Mercantile Co.
I I Better Goods For Less Money.
li ! I MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Davis entertain
ed at a family Christmas dlnnor.
Dlshop Henry Lewis mado a busi
ness trip to tho stato capltol yestor
day. Bl hop and Mrs. Henry Lowls gavo
a Christmas dlnnor to a number 'of
relatives on Monday.
Mrs. David Walnsguard and child
ren arrived Tuosday for a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wlllcs.
Mr. Walnsguard will Join hor during
Big Christmas Dance
Ono of tho blggost dnnco crowds to
gather In Lehl this yoar was prcsont
Christmas night nnd enjoyed tho holi
day dance at tho Smuln Acadomy.
Tho big hall was (lllod almost to
capacity with local and neighboring
town pooplo. Klnnoy Bros, orchostra
of Salt Lako furnished tho music for
Tho Fourth Ward choir, under tho
ieadorshlp of John II, Smith, will glvo
a concert nnd danco next Wednesday
evening in tholr ward amusement
hall. An excellent program has boon
arranged, It is roportod, and will com
pensate all who attend.
A general Invitation to tho public
is Issued by thoso In chargo. Funds,
go td purchase noodod choir books,
CARD OF THANK8
Wo aro vory much lndobtod to tho
pooplo for tholr sympathy and for
tholr nsBlstanco In tho burial of our
baby, and wo extend our hoartfolt
thanks to each and ovoryono who In
any way holpod ub in this hour of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hyrum Whlmpoy.
CARD OF THANK8
Wo wish to oxtend our thanks and
gratltudo to our frlonds of GaTfleld
and Lehl, who gavo thoro old during
tho sickness, death, and burial of my
wlfo nnd our daughtor, also for tho
Christian Hanson. '
Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Klrkham.
Too Much to Expect.
You can't expect foreigners to under
stand a language that says a man Is
down and out when he Is hard up and
all In. San Francisco Chronicle.
To Clean Brass Articles.
Do not throw awny squeezed torn
ons; uso tlicin for cleaning brasses
and dish covers. Put a pinch of whit
ing on.th article to be cleaned, and
rub it In well, using tho lemon as a
ponro. You will be surprised to see
hew much dirt yon can remove In a
very short t!m and with llttlo troubl.
Brasses cleaned In this way ksep
clean longer than whoa dM with or
T1i Minora Hav Privileges.
The men who work In th Cornish
tin mines aro a class by thomsetvea,
nnd all their differences aro adjusted
by the stannary courts, as they are
called from the Latin word stannum,
meaning tin. Theso curious courts
bavo existed In tlielr present form
since tho mlddlo of tho thirteenth cen
tury, nnd, In a simpler form, much
esrller; and tho miners claim to ba
free from all other Jurisdiction "excopt
In matters affecting tb ld Ufa cj
Pre-Inventory Cleanup Our Entire Stock has been gone through and j
I All Holiday and Winter Merchandise put out at greatly reduced prices.
GS We have determined to reduce our stock a great deal before inventory 1
K and at the same time raise $5,000. $
U We know that we have undertaken a real big job at this particular time g
6 but when you see ?
I Our Sale Prices I
j You'll agree we are in earnest. 1
Space will not permit of a general listing of prices but the few below will &
t give you an idea of the big savings you can make here. Jo
I LADIES' COATS AND SUITS MEN'S CLOTHING g
I Entire L"10 33 1-3 TO 50 OFF
1 PRICE 1
OUTING FLANNEL B(YS CLOTHING ,
C Full Standard Quality. ' 33 1-3 OFF
j (Not tho cheap land) . $
15c Yard LADIES' WAISTS
J LADIES' AND MISSES' Vz PRICE
PURSES AND BEADS , '
I 12 PRICE LADIES' SWEATERS
Sj SHEET BLANKETS 1'8 0FF
66 x 88 Size $2.69 - J
J MEN'S ARROW COLLARS y0 price j
10c and 15c Each. " 1
1 MEN'S AND BOYS' SWEATERS S
I ES'?DKERCHIEFS , 33 1-3 TO 50 DISCOUNT I
5 Cool Quality 5o ' J
I LADIES' AND MISSES' CHILDREN'S HOSE 4
f UNDERWEAR Good Cotton Hose 10c ,
1 15 TO 50 OFF Good Wool Hose 35c and 39c $
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! S
A general cleanup of our entire stock of shoes will be made regardless of
cost. Shoes for the entire family at unheard of prices. You must see our J
offerings in this department to appreciate the saving. &
m MEN'S and BOYS' OVERCOATS HATS CAPS
5 At Almost Your Own Price.- For Men and Boys jl
8 You can't afford to go without Prom 50c UP- 1
an overcoat or wear your old ono A big stock of new goods to select 1
r with such bargains being offered. - from. &
j You'll always be sorry if you fail to attend this money saving sale.
J Store Closed All Day Friday to Prepare for tho Big Event. S
$ Sale Commences Saturday I
December 30th, at 8 a m. $
I Watson Mercantile Co. I
l: We SeU For Less. $
MAIN STREET leh UTAH "
Raclratkall Lehi state ChamPW vs. Weston, Ida., Inter-Mountain Champs
Ud&lMUUd.l At High School Gym, Friday Dec. 29
One of the Greatest Games Ever Played Here Admission 25c
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