|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
'rUE JORDAN --~ - .--- __E__ As__ TM __ In__ vA__ LE__ ~ BEDROOM NEWNESS G. I I I I weeks. • • * East Midvale. • • * Mrs. C. F. Cole was a guest Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Thompson, of of Mrs. Ann Burgon and Mrs. John Provo, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Dave Smart. H. Walker. • • • * * • Messrs. Floyd and Irvin Anderson Mrs. Nephi Greg'Ol)' spent Sunday are visiting friends in Davis County with Mrs. Sarah Lemmons, of Hollifor a short time. day. • * • * • * Mr. and Mrs. Raynold Brady spent A number of children of Mrs. W. C. Burgon met at her home last Tuesda~· Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William evening in the interest of family af- Steadman, o!f West Jordan. • • * fairs. FollO'Wing the business meeting the time was spent in a social Mrs. Mary Van Valkenberg left on Tuesday evening for a few days vis;t WJLY· • • * with a party of friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. James Oborn and in EJmigration Canyon. Conjoint M. I. A. Services At East l\'lidvah~ Chapel Sunday Eve MIDVALE CITY, UTAH A LASTING CURL Satisfied stomachs are our best ad vertisement. • * • Your Friends Eat Here Mrs. W. A. Garrett entertained last week for her neice, Mi::;s Edla Garrett, of Nephi.* * • Mrs. Lygia Larsen and children spent Friday evening in Big Cottonwood canyon. * * .. Mrs. Cora H. Pierce and children of Payson, and Mrs. Mattie Olrphant, of Salt Lake, were dinner gue:sts on Monday, of Mrs. Lester Forbush. • • • Mrs. Emma Greenwood wa::; a l;nion visitor Monday, spending the day wth her mother, Mrs. W. E. Burg!On. * * .. Mrs. Agnes S. Kite ' and children, of Salt Lake, were dinner g-uests o. .vi iss Blanche Sharp Sunday. .. * * STEWART'S CAfE 11 N. Main St., Midvale Marcelling as done by us produces a curl that lasts much longer than ordinary. We have made a special study of this work and know we can satisfy you. ERMIL BEAUTY SHOPPE .Midvale, Utah Mrs. P. A. Swenson had as het house gut>st Friday evening Mr. and Mr;:;. Ed Orgill, N. P. ::>wenson, o1 West Jordan and l\Ii:::s Gneva Swenson, of Salt Lake. .. .. * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowrey, of Murray spent last Thw·sday evening Wd&h Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Swenson. • • • Friday Mrs. C. E. Tholan and Mrs. Jl()hn Malstrom entertained for Mrs. A. Roland and daughter, Mamie, ot' Salt Lake and Mrs. Margatet Gaulin, of Kaysville. ,. . .. Mrs. J.-p. Terry, Miss Ruby Shepherd and Mrs. Andrew Sugden all of Salt Lake, Mrs. George Andrews and Mrs. Wan-en I. Terry both of Magna were guests during last week of Mrs. Ethel T. Millerberg. .. .. e 1vere * Mrs. W. J. Bennett emte1tained on Saturday evening for Mrs. Fred M. Sharp and children, of Salt Lake. .. . The Junior Girls met Wlith Miss Bernice Jensen last Wednesday evening. Mter the regular business hour, refreshments were served to Misses Nellie Sharp, Lygia Larsen, La Rue Burgon, Bernice Jensen, Hazel Mille;-berg, Phillips Larsen, Mrs. Bernice Young and Mrs. Orson Jensen. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millerberg, President and Mrs. John G. Sharp, Bishop and Mrs. T. T. Greenwood and Mt"S. W. E. Cox were special guests at a M. I. A. conjoint session held on Sunday evening in the Union Ward Chapel. FRANK· C. HOWE 4. Murray • Dealer Utah SAND\ I. LESTER Artificial Ice are being quickly n.anufacterers a.ncl capitalists. lf you have an Invention, send us a model or sketches for search and report on patentability. Our book on!.atents and tr&de-marka o:tosuifFT A co. 7th &. E. Sts., Washington, D. C. Established In 1889. H. E. Phelps Floral Co. Special attention given to Summer Funeral Designs * • • Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Garrett spent a few hours in Brigham City Saturday. • • * Mrs. Frank Knigiht, of Woodland, and mother, Mrs. McBride, and sister, Miss McBride, of Provo, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Grace G. Thornton. BETTER THAN A GARDEN Shopping here for your green foods is better than owning a garden of your own. you get the very choicest of the vegetables grown in many gardens. Compare our prices only when quality is considered We pride ourselves on stocking only the choicest the market affords Corner Meat & Grocery Gilbert and O'Brien. Props. Midvale, Utah • • • 1480 MIDVALE PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE Office-6500 State Street Phones-Midvale 175-J, Murray 445 Mrs. Grace G. Thornton had as her guest Saturday, Mrs. Fay D. Olson and daughter, Peggy Lou, of Kansas City. Mrs. Olson was former]) Miss Fay Dooley, of Midvale, who is here on a visit. • MURRAY * * * Mrs. Robert Milne, Sr., spent Sunday afternoon with 1\hs. Sarah Bennett. * * * • West Jordan Lumber Company • * .. Mrs. John Neff and children are the By Special Correspondent guests of Mrs. A. E. Smith. Conjoint 1'4. I. A. services were held • • * Sunday evening in the Ward Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robbins en Musical numbers by Mr. Lorus and Miss Reva Hand, of Sandy, Miss joyed a trip to Park City, Heber anl, Brown, of Murray, and Mr. Charles Pro>"' Canyon' last Wednesday. * * .. Schmidt and Miss Ella Dahl of West Mr. and Mrs. James Olson, Ivan Jordan we1·e rendered. Mr. John R. Barratt of South Cot- Shepherd, Miss Cihn .a Wiheele1·, ot tonwood delivered an excellent lec- Murray, Miss Blanche Glover, Mr. Rodney Gunnerson, Miss Effie Johnture. son and Kenneth Gunnerson enjoyed a Moonlight Bathing Party followed by supper at Crystal Hot Lakes last Saturday evening. •• Look for the Cork-Wall Window It identifies every genuine Alaska Cork Insulated Refrigerator Sold By- Mrs. Clarence Nebon and children und Mr::;. Leroy Wilson both of Salt Lake were guests Sunday of Mrs. M. J. Thomton. * * * Mrs. Beatrice Bennet.t and Miss Gertie Forbu.sh were Salt Lake vis.tors Friday. JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S LATEST PICTURE COMING ••• MANAGER HONORED BUYING a refrigerator would be a simple matter, if you always knew just what the insulation in each refrigerator was. For the ice economy of any refrigerator depends entirely on the materials that are used to keep heat out and cold in. But this insulation has always been completely hidden within the refrigerator walls. You could never see it runtil the Alaska Refrigerator, with its visible insulation, was built. Now you can buy a refrigerator, knowing e ·actly what its insulation is. You can see the cork that saves ICE--that keeps ice bills low-in the Alaska Refrigerator. On the fr011t of every Alaska Refrigerator is a little window through which you can see the pebbled cork used as the main insulating material in Alaska Refrigerator. This Cork-Wall Window is your safpguard in refrigerator buy ing-your guarantee that the Alaska is properly protected AGAINST HEAT. .. * • Mrs. Alma Powell and daughter, Marian, of Munay, spent F11iday at the home of Mrs. Neils Anderson. daughter, lona, expected to leave on Miss Gertrude Forbush, Correspondent Thursday morning for a week's trip by auto to Zion's and Bryce's CanMrs. D. A. Proctor has as her house j yons. guest Mrs. Alice Vance, of Idaho. "Steele of the Royal Mounted" will • * * Mrs. Irene Parry and children, of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berrett re- Roosevelt, are here on a short vil'it open at the IRIS Theatre on Sunday turned to their home in Soldier Sum- They are guests of Mrs. Lucy E. for a run of 3 days. mit Friday after spending the week This picture is an adaptation of Green. with Mrs. C. F. Cole. • • • . James Oliver Curwood's sto1·y of ad• • * Mrs. Nettie Walker has as her venture in the Far North. The cast Mr. and Mrs. George Hughes who have been Mrs. Coles' gue;;t:, left on guests her daughter, Mrs. Fay W. includes Bert Lytell, Stuart Holmes, ,\iontlay morning on a fishing trip to J Lake and kiddies, of Ashton, Idaho. ' Charlotte Merriam, Mabel Julienne the Strawberry locality. * • '" Scott, Sydney De Grey and John * * * Mrs. Nephi Gregory entertained on Toughey. Mrs. Archie Burgon is vbiting with . Monday after noon for Mrs. Art.hur he1· mother in Milford for a few Casper, and Mrs. Delbett Stone, of I I Correspondent • • • L_''T~h~ir~t~y~Y~e~a~r_::s~O~f~P~l~u~g~g~i~n~g~"----------_:,M=i:.:d:.V;..:a.:...l~e.:...'_u_t_a_h___....,:· UNION You can SEE the cork that saves ice in the ALASKA REFRIGERATOR Louis S. Cates, vice president and manage1· of the Utah Copper Co. has been appointed by Secretary of Commerce Hoover this week as a member of a committee of nationally prominent operators to oonfer at an early date on new policies a choice of a new director for the United States Bureau of Mines. Appointment comes to Mr. Cates on this committee as the result of his wide reputation as a skillful operawi· * • • and successful executive. To · the Mr. and Mr::;. Andrew Swenson o... committee he will bring his thorough Sandy spent Tuesday evening w.th knowledge of mining conditions in the .1ir. and 1\.h-s. P. A. Swenson. west and the prestige of his position as president of the American ConMiss Bessie lllc(.luire of Draper i~ gress. vbitmg with her tilSl.er, Mrs. D. L. Bowen. Miss Mildred Hardcastle is visiting * * • in Salt Lake the guest of Miss Mary Misses Hazel and Mildred LennBemhisel and Mdss Leah Fotheringberg attended a Missionary Fare·well ham. on Miss Ruth Jorgen::;on in Sand:r last week. Miss Jiot·genson will leave Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Swenson visitAugust ~6th on a l\li:'sion to the Ha- ed friends in Murray last Monday waiian Islands. evening. o. ere. Forbu~Sh, IUTAH COPPER Mrs. George Fuelling and children of Murray, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Wilford Thayne. * * * . Would be thieves broke into the Midway Service Station Monday evening by breaking a rear window. They succeeded in breaking loclui olf the private off}ce of Mr. Gillam buL umst have been frightened before Lhey were able to get hold of an) 'aluables. 'l hey will do it-the young Adding a touch of newness to your Bedr~ont is a hapPY suggestion, as a vi'3it here will prove. Dainty creati~ns in full sets or individual pieces bring to your attention many economies in refurnishing your room to your taste. Our furniture show room is being completely r~model~d and enlarged. It will be one of the finest furniture d!splay rooms in South Salt Lake Coun~y. Any one desiring a set of the finest two tone furniture made, can save ten per cent by purchasing beforz t~e sets a~e unpacked and placed on the floor. Good3 will be delivered to your home and unpacked subject to your approval. 00 JOURNAL -- • ' We deliver flowers to any part of the county. Telephone Midvale 49 =============== - A SNAP HOT DOGS and HAMBURGERS 124 foot LOT on Third Avenue Sewer and Sidewalk Paid Price-$500-Terms DAN RADOVICH Phone 274 Midvale, Utah Lee Stauffer, Manager 5550 South State 8treet Free Camp Grounds Groceries "DRIVE IN'' =--------------, Q.K.LUCE 103 N. MAIN STREET Midvale City, Utah Successor to Fred Rosse MIDVALE PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY Phone Midvale 159 Job Work Promptly Attended To I. 0. 0. F. NOTICE Midvale I. 0. 0. F., Wildey Lod ge No. 39, has been granted a special dispensation for a period of ninety days during which time applications for membership accepted may be. admtitted for the minimum fee of $15.00. The first class will be started about September 15th, and thereafter cla~s es will be started at regular intervals. Curtis Hansen, Secretary. IMrs. George Webb . Entertains Primary Officers Business Meet By Special Correspondent Mrs. Geol'ge Webb pleasantly entertained the Primary Officers at their monthly Preparation and Business meeting last Wedne day even· ing. Plans for summers work were discussed, followed by dainty refreshments. Mrs. E. J. Everett and son, left on Tho;;e to enjoy the affair were Mrs. Friday of last week for their home Mima Nielsen, Mrs. Edith Glover, .in Lo~ll. Wyoming, after visiting Mrs. Joe Jacobsen, Mn;. Terese Milseveral wee~s with t·elatives here. larbel·g.