|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
" _..._ THB JORDA N ~ ~=~o~fy: spendi'll' • month Mr. eed Jim. W. A. · Mr. ud M·r.s. her-- JOURN AL sTANDS FOR tile gU8IIt ol Jr. acoompt"ied ... A. R. Rock Mr. Elmer Cole. of -)Joeb spent a ..., days ben last ..-. lba. "" are wiling tb WliU fi-nd you a Good- Audrey P. Bruce left -.t week t.r Webster GIIOft8, Mi:Sisiouri, after !IIIIIMing . some time here with Mr. . t M!rs. W. B. Perkins. Mr. am.d lire. T. F. Greenwood had M :their diDner cuests Sunday, Mr. and lrlrs. OMOn Thompson and flamily of Salt Lab. Mw Ora Pate ~ 8pellding tlliil week wi'tih relatives at Sprin.gville. Mr. a.Dd lrfr& Ralph Ellis ol Wood• rut!, U;tab were guests lut week of Mr. &Dd M·ns. T. C. Cook. :a&e. M. J. 'l'horn.ton and Mr.s. Radltl Forbush visited Friday with Mrs. Rose aod Sarah AleXliUlder. Mrs. D. L. ·Bowen eute:rta.ined at a bir.thday party Friday in honor of her little daughter, Ka.tilierine. Re£resb• menta and games were enjOyed by tyentw-two little guests. Mre. Re.i.ta Wilson 8lld Mm. Wanda Nelaon ·w ere guests Sunday of Mrs. M •. J. 'l'bomton. Miss Myrtle Peterson of Saody vi· sited Sunday with Miss Gl'IIICe Middlellon. Mr. Cla.reoce Sharp, l!f· Leonard Sharp and Mr. Ber.t Sharp spent the week-end on a hunting trip at Cor· riDe, Utah. Mr. and Mr& S. W. Sharp had 88 thel.r guests . l818t week, Mr. and Mrs. Didc Middleton, Mr. and M.ra. Ray M:iddletion, Mrs. Caroline Peterson 8Dd Miss Myrtle Peterson of Saud'y Big Mask And Costume Ball FricLy~ October 30th ( l RENDEZVOUS MIDVALE'S BALLROOM SPECIAL FEATURE S Prtzea for the Best OOSTUMES Prize for Lucky Lady Pn!Sellt SCARE CROW DANCE ADd Other Numbers Something DiJferent -Can'~ Aftord To Miss ThisGeat&-50 e Ladies 15e Political Advertisem ent and Bey Bloomqulst of Salt Lake, Mrs. John LanSOID. was a Sa1t Lake 1904. In 1915, tlhere were only 100 Mr. Charlie Oison ud wife and two visitor Sunday. •· institutions in the Uruted States fur dau..~~.+-s of Sprin• n:....... Mn~. Grace Thornton and Mrs. Eu- the care of tuberculosis patients. Now 6"'"'" ., -.-z nice Jensen of Union visited Friday ·M.iM •M adge Miller «~f Mlll'll'ay W88 . with Mrs. Orrel Bateman. th~re are 700. The number of hospia guest Sunday at :the home of Mr. tal beds have increased in the same and Mrs. Jaek l.arSOil. GEO. D. KEYSER RE-ELECfE D period from 10,000 to 60,000. Six Mra. Grace Thornton was a guest ON HEALTH BOARD dispensaries have grown to 700. The of Mrs. Evelyn Knd.ght of K~ and force of 135 public health nurses has was one of a party that attended the (Continued fr0111l page 1) • been increased to 12,000. 1n fortyWilkes Theatre Friday evenil!g. eight states there are 12,000 public Mns. G11aee FurgenSen of BiDiibam children, will go far toward discover- health organization s and 1,000 openwas a week-end guest of Mr. and ing the foundation of youth and pro- air schools. Mra. G. T. Slharp. longing the span of human life." Dr. J~hn A. Widtsoe, chainmtan. for Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Sharp vislbed • . the Chnistmas Seal Sale in Utalh a.nSU!nday with Mr. and MM. P. A. Swen'lTh.e keynote of an address wrltten nounced as the women's com~e to aon. by A. C. Rees, m81Dager of the Utah have charge of the sale in Salt Lake lrlr. 811ld Mrs. D. L. Bowen were Associated Industries, on "lin.dustry Mrs. Harry R. Allen, president of Tooele V>isiotors last week, gussb& of and Tuberculosis," was industry's re- bhe Sa:lt Lake Cilty Federaltion of Wolrlra. H&nl:IIILh L. Bowea. cognition of the d.mpontanoe of health men'~ Clubs; Mrs. Arthur H. S. Bird, Mrs. Rachel Forbush atteDded .tlie . . . preSident of tlhe Catholic Women's Religion Class Convention of the Be.r-~1 !.or lts empLoyees and the desire on League; and Mrs. Jacob A. Kalm of refit Hall m. Salt I..a.ke Sunday. the part ol. the heads of big manufac- the Jewish Relief Society. Mr. a Mrs. Rai·pb Ellis of WIOOd- ituring OOIIICerns to co-operate wtith - Other speakers on the program were ruff and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cook at- health forces in sun"'unding em- Miss Gerda M. J•a.eobson of Ogden, tended the Wilkes 'l'hu.rada.y even.i.ng. ~loyees wiAil. the best wo~king co~- who spoke on "The Public Clinic as Mr. W. H. Perlains. left last week t.ion and to safegua.rd thel:l' hea1th m a Means of Tracing Early Tubereuflor a :trip to !dalbo Fatle. every way. Lous Tendencies;" Dr. L. E. Viko on Mr. and lrlra. E. A. Beteman were M. S. Winder, secz-etary of the "Tlhe TubercuLosis Situation in Utah" cuesta of dle Jordan Club he1d at the State Farm B\l:reeu in an address on and Senator LeRoy Dixon on "Knockborne of Mr. A. F. Smith of Sandy, "Reiation of the Farm Bureau to Ru- ing at the Door of tJhe Legislature. " Saitu.rday of last week. ral Health Work," to1d something' Olf :1f:r& Lameu. Gu8tavi&on of )(dd. title contribution made by the bureau Ruby Pate Midvale School vale md J&s. Ruby Goramge of Salt in the line of health education in ru- Age 13 7-B Grade Lake were g'UfiSits Thmaday of Mn. ral communities and pledged the supMiss Peterson, Teacher Grace Thcmlton. SEVEN BIG IMPROVEMENTS port of tihe State Farm Bureau in A HALLOWE 'EN STORY The many friends of Mr. John the work of the Utah Public Health Tom, Mary and I had .g athered nuts lUke tile SUNBEAM a hetter eleetrie iron thaa you eould Andrew..s will be gnieved to hear of Association. , all day in the forest. Darkness caame '1M17 Wore. 1st-the Jaatm. unit is hand wound ud en- Ibis death Wbis happened Oetobelr A di9CilSSIIOD "Safe Gu811"di!l£' the on bef.ore we knew it, and soon we 19th at his boine in Downey, Ca1if- Healith of Our Ohildren," waas ably were lost. hetween whole sheets of llldia mica. It will aive the omda. MT. A~ formerly lived handled under tllree heads a:s follows: We could lhear faint weird sounds. 011. 1lbe W. H. Perkms pi&A:e on State "By the Publdc HeaLth Nurse," Mrs. A strange feeling came limpet serviee ud never needs repairing. 2nd-Pe~ over us and we Street and waa loved aDd tespected Ruth Ward Mumford, Community seemed to be growing smal~er. We Mat distribution. 3rd-IJDPr oved shape. 4th-Perfe et ftnby all who knew bim. • Nu:rse of Provo; "By the 011ganized ~ooked up and there, a1Jl covered in JIJr. a'Dd Mn. A. E. Bateman at- Women of Utah,'• Dr. PaDe SkoUield, autumn leaves were two guides, the lth-Coole r handle. lth-Refnf oreed plug guard. 7th !beDded h "HDme Coming" celebra- chai.nma.n of the Hela.tlh Department I!IIIJtle size as ourselves. -Mew stewart lfaltiplug. Does the nicest ~toning aad lasts tion wb'ich was held 1aat week at the of the Utah Fedemtion of Women's They said, "We have been sent to U. of U. tU ......._ Sold in a heat proef steel ease by the Clubs, &Dd "By tihe Modern Health take you to our kDng and queen." Jlr. aDd lin: Lester Forbush en- Crusade," Mrs. &idie Orr-Dwn:'bar. It seemed the king of Autumn feartertafDed at dillller Suaday for M.m. In an address on ".Aibtaddng the ed that old Cracker Bones would get F. C. Bmdieh aDd ahUdren, Oormelia Tuberoulosis Problem," Hrs. Saiidie us if we were out after dark. Besides, Fl.oreMe, Bobert, Kaaine and Do:ro- Om--Ihmbar tnu:ed the progress in they '\Wre far 1:100 kind to let three u.:~ 1_ thy ol. Salt lAliie aDd Mr. TheG JohD- the control and prevelltioD of tuber- children remain alone in the faorest. ......... __., aon Uld llowa:rd B-Jipmp;n ol. Biqr- culosis since the organization of the .As we neand tihe great yel:low . . ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __. bam. National Tubercuioais Association in castle, '" could hear music. Tlhe JaiJig I Political Advertisem ent and queen came out •to meet us and bid us welcome. We entered and f ound supper prepared. After eating a sapper of pwnpkin pie and chocolate cake we were escorted to our rooms where we spent a most glorious night sleeping under great brown toad-stools all covered in autumn leaves. In the morning, we were awakened and after breakfast started for home. As we passed through .t he door, we were changed baek to our natural size. Now can you guess wihere we had slept? In just a mere jack o' lantern! J. LAWRENCE MEYERS Utah' Protectog raph $15 (Pille-· ,,., Tnouou It costs cmlr $11, tbe new Personal Protectograp h wiD guard the amount line on 70111' own personal checks b,- tbe method used for years OD tbe checks of "big business " Jt shreds the amount IDto the verr ftbre of the paper. The bol4 closely spaced figures are IJII1I1'o ance against raising the amouat, • even by "pen changes," the elevu method that doea not need erasures. A postal card or a teJe. phone eall will bring a chedlproteetioo expert to esplaiD • The Jordan Journal Distribu tors TeL Midvale 178 de••• west Jordan Lumber Co. The new Personal Hall 's Cata nia Medl elae ~='11: local and and hu "'=•• CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Internal, beeD ful In the treatment of Catarrh fat . forty years. Sold by P. 1· CHENEY &. CO., ToWo, Ollie an em..,... ON THE CITIZEN'S PARTY TICKEr Municipal Election in Midvale November 8, 1925 Political Advertiseme nt E1111land Lilla S.Im• lllnrlaad buya moN c:ana~ • • • from Amertc:a than doea ~ . . , to1UltrJ.