Lehi and Henrietta visit Hintzes in Penns>lvania. World War I. Rass a n d Martha Jones. Lehi M. and Kass in army. Will enlists. Death of Bert Gardner. Will goes on mission. Lehi Jones and Bernella Gardner. William L. Jones and Claire Bennion. Picture of Main Street 1917. The Hintze visit Cedar City. Picture Mr. and Mr. Lehi W. Jones.
In December, 1915, Lehi and Henrietta went to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, to visit their daughter and her husband, Henrietta and Ferd Hintze, where Ferd was teaching in a men's technical engineering school called Lehigh University. They went sightseeing to New York City and Philadelphia Pa., on Dec. 8 and Lehi made the following comment: "I have seen more man made t h i n g today than ever hefore in my entire life - where I'm from, we see t h i n g made hy God and few things made by man." Henrietta and Ferd did not have a car and were not able to attend an L.D.S. church berause there were none near where they lived; consequently, they had not named their 11 month old daughter, horn Jan. 17, 1915. Lehi decided this should be done and suggested that they name her Beth, after the city in which they lived. They traveled to the nearest Mormon church the next Sunday and Lehi named her. During this visit, Lehi read the entire book, Darwin's Descent of Man, which was a very large volume, and Henrietta made a suit for her grandson, Alma, out of a circular skirt given to young Henrietta by a neighbor.' World War I began in 1914 but the United States didn't become involved until April, 1917. This war had a far reaching effect on evenone. O n May 18, 1917 the government passed the Selective Service . k t which gave them the power to call all men between the ages of 2 1 and 30 for military service. The men in the Cedar City area registered on June