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' KSi- - hT' J5a7IY 1921 '- '' , A J I
Ipine Stake Celebrating
I Twentieth Anniversary
L in Honor of Founding In
KrU Today.-Stake Presidency
WU of Honor.
ft teople of Alpino Stake uro to-
iraJay. cdcbratlng in honor
e found.. tho stake twenty
K Tlu- celebration la In tho
BhlJo'of a reunion nnd Is largely
aH- in all of the
K are entirely closed or working
a .mail port of their help this
Loon Hds of th0 Vnrl?UB
Kuations ho had the planning
Hrepatory ork In hand and are
Ue ol the program of tho day.
K program as outlined Is as fol-
fteral services hold In tho Stake
""made, beginning at 2 p. m.
ML musical numbers wIM ho ren
WL and an historical narratlvo of
progress of tho stake will he
HL short spec lies and reminlse- -8
ft appropriate to tho occasion, aro i
t prepared.
the evcnii.B n special program i
L ghen under the direction of i
Bctrie mublial lommltteo. Many i
Bested and original features are
K prepared for this program.
Ki!olng tho program all will bo
Hrtilned In tho Am.isoment Hall,
Hr the direction of Coach Kugone
Hrls of the I). Y. U. and n special
Kslttee form our stake.
Hb program will ,consliit of social
Hliles, dancing, gnmos, etc.
Hfttsninents will bo served.
Keotthe largest attendances over
H b the stako is expected to Join
jHLt reunion. All members of tho
Btne been invited and all por
Hsvout of the stake? who ovor
Hi it like nfllco, huvo .been sent
JHyUca Church ofllclals of Salt
Wm in Invltod. AinongftTiose who
lUtnd Is President Hehor J.
Ktibosuggost the name "Alpine" i
Hp tireo stakes woro mado in Utah
l; la 1900.
It .takes havo boon so highly fa
Hlntbo Alpino Stake In having
Hite Presidency, wh"o havo served '
Hoot change lu their organization '
ttntr years, Tho progress mnde
Br their direction merits tho honor '
respect of ovory Individual in this
" Jc and It Is very fitting for all
flpcoplo to meet togothor and com
Boralo tho occasion.
I Be original corpso of olllcors so- '
Hat tho tlmo of tho organizing of :
Hoe Stake aro: '
ephen L. Chtpmnn, Stnko Prosl- ;
l H. Clarke, Firsf Counselor. '
el John Kvnns, Second Counselor. '
Wh Council Warren D. Smith,
Anderson, W. W. Hunter, Milan
Btvood, Jamos T. Thorno, Stephen
'Mpman. Thomas A Shollo)'. John
"Ilndley, John K. Iluckwnlter, Ell
'"Ml, James Kirkham, A. I).
iWternalo n.gh Council: Louis P.
William A MolTott, Don C.
Strong, Ooorgo II. Wobb, Hener C
Austin, Samuol 1. Uoodwln.
Pntriurch Henry Moylo.
High Priests Quorum: Wni. M.
Uromely, I'rosldont; Geo. Cunning
ham first counsolor; Androw It. An
dorson, socond counselor.
Stake Clerk, Charles (3. Peterson.
- Ilollof Socloty, Jemlmlii II. n.tr
rant, President; Annie C. Hindley,
1st counselor; Harriet Jacobs, 2nd
Sunday School, Leonard S. Har
rington, superintendent; Jos. .1. Jack
son, 1st assistant; .las. L. Drown, 2nd
Y. M. M. I. A.. Oeo. N. Child, Jo.
C. WagstafT, John Y. Smith.
Y. M. M. I. A., Lydla II. Lund,
President; Cordoltn P. Thorno, llrst i
asslstatit; Kllza Chipmau, 2nd assist
ant. Primary, Mary K. Whllby, Prosl- i
dont; Colostla Noah, 1st aasfstant;
Gusslo May Dakor, 2nd aaslatnnt. ,
Hollglon Class, Win. K. lloblnaon, i
supt. Howard It. Drlgg8 1st assist- i
ant; Josso W. Johnson, 2nd assist-
rifteon promlnont National, State
and County Kami Iluronu ofllclals will
come to Utah County next .Monday
and Tuesday. Thoy will hold meet
ings in ovory town In tho county and
on Monday night thoro will bo a big
reunion and dance at the Armory In
Provo to which all tho farmers and
tholr wlvoa will bo invited. U. 1).
McKay, stato prosldcnt, and U. G.
Hurtno, national organizer, and
County Farm Unreal, presidents from
Cache, Sanpete, Millard, Box Elder'
and Carbon Countlos will bo present.
Talks of special Interest to tho farm
ers will bo given. Nover beforo was
there such n crisis in tho furmli.g
busInosH. There Is a nationwide
movement among the fanners to taka
steps to got a "squaro donl" and
thoso meetings noxt week nre a part
of this movomont.
The Lohl mooting will be held Tues
day at 10 o'clock a. m. In the High
Sohool auditorium (Tabornaclo), and
the farmers aro not only asked to
como but to bring tholr wlvoa also
Mrs. Fred Merrill and Mrs. T. F.
Kirkham, who nttonded tho Stato
Housekeeper's Conference ut nt Logan
Inst week, will alio bo In attendance
and givo vnluablo Information to the
ladies. Thoro will bo good music In
cluding selections from the Juvonllo
school band.
Indian Textile Workers.
In North America nlone there aro
four distinct types of spinning to ho
found and ome half a down typos of
weaving In use by the linllun textile
workers. Also il.ey hnvo most Inter
esting devices for warping, fur nhri'd'
ding. fn piitternuiMkliiK. ev, In acldl.
tlon. cnuntlefm secrets for dyeing.
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How Much Will You Give ;
For a Good Watch & Chain? jj ;
I ZZZZZ. 17 Jewel Movement fit- jj
cT lc(1 in a olcl fillc(1' ?on -I
StM faco case. Guaranteed 20 A
M !!r years with fine gold fill- i:
aia cd Waldamar chain. :: 4
M -SJfe - - Complete outfit worth : j
TWkV 2(U)0, ! 5
mttirJl1 lk GOES TO HIGHEST ! j
iff 10 J'f BIDDER ij
(9 r 2jpnt vour name and bid
IrV Q xfT Alml st'ealed envelope and ;;
I v'vPr7Pir- Mf 1"(1 in t() us 1,orro I
I ufK&Fdjw February X 1921
I 'LiJLl$&lr No tickets accepted on lj
above. (
We stand back of everything we sell. ij
I E. N. Webb
m Jeweler and Optometrist
,A, "At Tho Gift Shop"
Russon Garage Broken
Into Tuesday Night
Car, Tlras, Tubes, Tools and Accessor
Its Taksn. Car Located In Ditch
Badly Damaged At Draper Yester
Borne time during Tuesday night n
thlof, or thieves, broke n rear window
of the Rtisson Oarage on State Street,
reached In anil unbolted the door ond
then loaded up a Studebaker car,
that was there for repairs, with tiros,
tubes, tools and accessories and loft
through another rear door. Tho loss
was not dlnnered until yesterday
when olllcors of all neighboring
towns wero notirted. About 1 p. m.
word was received that a ear answer
ing the description" was wrecked near
Diaper and tho local Marshal and
Oarage owner K-lt to Identify it.
From all Indications the burglars
knew the conditions of the garage as
Ihey easily gained entrance and took
their tlmo In selecting from the gar
ge stock. One of the small windows
aoKt to the door, at tho roar of tho
milillng, was broken and the bolt,
fastening the door, removed by readi
ng through. This door and tho big
louble doors at the rear wore found
On gaining ontranee tho visitors
took plenty or time to go through tho
slock. As near as could bo deter
mined by Manager Kearney, two 311
by -I IT. 8. Cord tires; three 30 by 3",
two 30 by 3, and one 28 by 3 fabric
(Joodyoar tires; one IlruiiBWIck 32 by
SHt! one Undue cord, 32 by 3'; six
yarlous bIku tubes, twolvo spark
plugs, lamp globos, s'peo wrenches,,
etc., woro tnkon. Thoy had tried to
tart Mr. Kearney's car but on falling
loaded tho plunder Into n Studohakor
belonging to Charlie Hclnulst, which
was In tho gnrago. Thoy loft by tho
rar door. From the trnok and a
broken fence post nt tho rear of tho
garage they had tiouble In gottlng
out. It appeared that thoy wore
stuck for n time.
No one in tho locality hoard any
noise. Tho only thing noticed by
nelphbors.was n light in tho garage
near 10 p. m. Tho proprietor had
closed near 7 o'clock so the entrance
must have been mado about 10 o'clock.
I.nte yostorday n telophono from
tho sheriff's olllco nt Salt Lake I old of
car In tho ditch at Draper. Mr.
Kearney and Charllo and Maurlco
Helqultt wont up Immediately upon
learning of the word from Salt Lako
to view tho wreck an.J got what in
formation and plunder remained In
the car.
It is hereby directed that In all the
stakes and wards of the Church of
Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints to
which this notice Hhnll como, 11
Special Fast Meeting be hold on Sun
day, January 23, on which oeonslon
jollectloua will be made nnd contri
butions received for tho "Noar Kast"
Uollof Fund which is dealing with the
distress prevailing In Armenia and in
oilier oppressed sections of Asia, and
also for the Kuropean Uollof Council
which is planning to provltlo food for
three and-a-hair million hungry child
ren in Mid-Europe.
Hlshops uie roQuestod to Invoko the
.cervices of their ward teachers and
all other available agencies In mak-
1 l"Ka thorough canvass of tholr
wards, between now nnd tho dato
named, in order that every family
shall bo Invited and encouraged to
contribute tho equivalent of at least
tho two ineals contemplated by tho
fast, for tho feeding of thoso who aro
confronted by long months of soml
starvation. Wo should Ilko to know
that, overy man, woman and child in
all our communities hnd dono this
much In responding to this most
piteous nppeal to tholr humanity;
whllo of courso thoso who fool so In
clined may contribute as much more
lis thoy chooso.
Tho condition of those millions of
undcT-nouriBhed llttlo ones In Kuropo,
as cWscrlbed by thoso who havo visit
ed tho countries of control nnd south
eastern Kuropc, is tragic in tho ox
Irenjo. Whatever may havo been tho
causes of tho prosent woo, tho child
ren uro not responsible. Thoy must
not ho allowed to porlsh, If an out
otreched hand offorlng sustenance
nnd 10urlshmont can savo them. Lot
ovory paront In our land of peaco and
plon(y and lot overy child also bo
stow' a sympathetic thought upon n
situation of such suffering ns happily
thoy havo nover known and tho re
sponse, wo feel suro, will bo spontane
ous and liberal. It Is an extraordin
ary emergency, calling for unusual
measures, nnd m'ust bo mot promptly.
As followers of tho Mnstor who drow
tho little children to Htm and blossod
themj our Immcdlato duty Is to seo
thnt no hungry child cries lu vain for
rWiatlia pll?t' lrofl,lIonc5r'
Tho Old Folks Henodt Danco, given
Tuesdny evening In Smuln's Acadomy
for tho purposo of raising funds (o
dofrny expenses of the MId-Wlntor
dinner to bo given Lchl Old People,
was mora than a success.
A very largo crowd was out and all
had n splendid tlmo from nil appear
ances during tho ovoulug. Confetti
was sold adding to tho fun.
Tho commltteo In chargo is to bo
congratulated for tho spirit with
which thoy planned and "put over"
tho affair. And thoso buying tickets
aro also duo thanks for tholr help.
Tho local high school basketball
quintet lost two of tho thrco games
played on tholr trip to tho southern
part of tho stato last week. Itlchflold
and Monroo trimmed' the local boys
whllo Sallnn was beaton by thorn,
Now doors and delayed arrivals aro
said to havo handlcnped the lineup
On one occasslon thoy arrived In tho
town only forty-flvo minutes boforo
the game.
Tho sohool and town fans ara on
edge for tho opening of tho Alpino
I.enguo which commoncos this wcok
Lohl goos to Provo Friday.
And Not tie Dlue.
When you know n man to be ycl.
low It Is just ns well to draw the
rolor Hue. Cartoons Magarlno.
Beet Cutting Completed Yesterday,
8uccescfu Run Has Been Mado.
Tho Lohl Biignr factory will com.
Pletb tholr 1020-1921 run this week.
Tho run, from n standpoint of amount
of beets cut nnd sugar obtnlnod, is
second to only ono yoar. Tho record
was mado lost year whon tho mill cut
about two weeks longor than this
Tho entire run has boon exceptional,
ly steady nnd only a fow minor trou
bles nnd accidents havo been experi
enced. Hoots from this county,
1 'I
WnBatch and Salt Lako countloa has jM
been convoftcd Into sugar by tho 4M
factory. fl
Cutting of tho boots commenced , l
October 7lh and continued until G n. " '
m. yostorday. Tho final work of tho ,'M
campaign will bo finished by Satur-
day, It is reportod.
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Point for the Dog.
Do animals think? nsks a scientist tl
Well, n dog turns around three or foui JH
tlmo before lying down fo go to sleep, ,'
whllo a mnn, without giving the mnttoi m
any thought, lies down, goes to Bleep 'H
. nnd then turns ovor several tlmea, ,l
waking hlmsolf each time. LoulavllU '
' Courier-Journal.
Coming Monday, Jan. 31 I
Consisting of thirty-two artists, all Indies. .
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Famous Dnnccr, with Ladles' Columbia Symphony Orchestra H
Will be tho biggest attraction that ever appeared in Lehi. II
Kenicmber tho date, Monday, January 31. (
And order your scats early $1.00 and tax. 9
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plays-the sweetest Saturday, Jan. 22 f 1
3 Story eVCl tOlU Regular prices order your seats early. jl

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