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" -1 ' , - f i T T - PROVQ (UTAH) SUNOAY HERALD, SUNDAY AUGUST 29, 1937 PAGET SIX A. 9 - S- ITALKiOE Q uakiries From Year's OutstanfeiScreeOTt Atf anorait J 99 Radio pSi SUND ATiGtJSX 3C3 I. MRS. S3 X CRAKDA1X njnrpnriizvTT V -7 Asoe ns Phon TC6-R-S A. M. ' -r j-"- r o :-,'? t..:??--x if : (B.Y.U. : Alpine Summer School '-' ' Noter ' - By CSABMOJT CULMSEB . ' " . This is the last time that the " Quakings will be Inflicted upon - a ' weary public "thii year, my dear public. "Tea, lone reader, you constitute my public. - Indian " ceremonial dances in .New Mexico haVe' attracted Pro-' Pro-' feasor and Mrs. Karl E. Young to Gallup. Skillful himself at per - forming Indian dances. Professor Young has also a strong interest In the folklore and religion pf the aborigines. oOo- The Alpine faculty bonfire season sea-son culminated in a party given Thursday night after the plays by Professor Elsie C. Carroll and Miss . Edna Snow. Besides Al-plneers, Al-plneers, those present were Mrs. J. Fleming Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs. Kiefer B. Sauls. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lloyd of Salt Lake City. Ke pyramided with ice cseam -fwas served. - oOo LAST PLAYS Slender Isa belle Romney, from Old Mexico, gave an appealing per formance in "Murder, Murder, Murder!" Thursday night. Arvid Larson, who has had connections with perhaps more plays at Aspen this season than any other stu dent, did another creditable job m tnis comedv. Dick Kerley of Arizona, and Doraine Farnsworth of Salt Lake Citv, did some hard-boiled hard-boiled acting that was wholly fit ting. As a headstrong: show-off of an adolescent, Jimmy- Fletcher of T ... ew xotk, was an mat was necessary. That boy has histrionic promise, no doubt about It. Mrs Frances Tucker of Ogdert, Carol lanner or frovo. and Milbert Levi or xaaho, rounded out an able cast. oOo With lrresistable comedv. Dr George H. Hansen virtually stole "Across the River." They say some of his richest gags were not in the play as Mrs. Sarah Black of Monticello, wrote it. And knowing the geologist's skill RE-SHINGLE BIGHT OVER YOUR OLD SHINGLES Economical and durable Job See us for Estimates. Mutual Coal & Lumber Co. 7 THE HIKER As built by LANCASTER, with the heavier sole, for wear, and more flexibility for comfort. Colors: Smoked Elk, Brown and Black. TAYLOR BROTHERS' COMPANY Ladies' Shoe Dept. PLAN TO BE OUR GUEST THIS DELIGHTFUL The Very Center of RATES to 400 Rooms 400 Baths mn HOTEL Mrs. J. H. Waters :,: VPresident i - t: i 1 v - Pearl Buck's thrilling Pulitzer Prize novel, lives on the screen, of tne Paramount starting today when "The Good Earth" is shown at popular prices, exactly as presented as a roadshow production throughout through-out the nation. A cast of thousands is beaded by Paui Muni and Louise Rainer who are seen above in a close-upland also in a scene from the production. at campfire story-telling and repartee, re-partee, 'I believe them. Mrs. B. F. Cummings, Mrs. Edna Culmsee, Earl Nlelson of Vernon, May Hodsen and James MacDougal of Wisconsin, made up the rest of the cast, which put on a stirring production of this original play, despite such occurrences as the dynamo dying out and leaving the stage dark for a time, except for the honest- to-goodness campfire. Credit goes to Mrs. Black for writing a drama of this type. More plays based on early Mormon and Utah experiences should be written. And credit goes also to Dr. T. Earl Pardoe for producing the play. Heendeavors whenever possible, to encourage the crea: Hon of such original work. oOo While we are tossing floral tributes, we should give one to to John A. Carver and his staff, for their excellent work in putting put-ting out the "yearbook" of the term, The Alpinian. It contains more than 150 views of Timpan-ogos; Timpan-ogos; Alpine summer school, with its faculty, and students engaged in 'Characteristic activities; and candid shots of dignitaries and others who have visited the, campus. cam-pus. To the 148 students who are HEALTH SHOE Hospitality AND Good Fellowship ARE TRADITIONAL AT THE HOTEL r Salt Lake City, Utah SUMMERTIME Summer Attractions NEWHQuSE The National Parks The Beautiful Cool Canyons The Gorgeous Mountains Th Great Salt Lake The Historical Mormon Temple and Tabernacle. THRILLING RODEOS WEEK OF JULY 24Uu Rhest Food in the West At Reasonable Prices DINING ROOM BUFFET CAFETERIA - NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR MEALS SERVED IN YOUR ROOM 11 Chauncey W. West Manager. 1, fs . . traveling now to their homes in many parts of North America, this book will become an inexhaustible inex-haustible treasury of picturesque and tender' 'memories as time goes on. For the i6th Alpine term, which passed into history Saturday, Satur-day, has been one rich in productive pro-ductive study and whole-hearted sport, adventure and romance of a high type; and the Alpinian tells the story. Coast League Standing Oxl Teams W. L. Pet. Sacramento . . t 86 63 .577 San Diego 86 65 .570 San Francisco 79 71 .527 Los Angeles 79 71 .527 Portland 74 73 .503 Oakland ..70 80 .467 Seattle 67 82 .450 Mission ..57 93 .380 Portland San Diego Radonits and Cronin; Chaplin and Detore. .8121 .4132 Pillette, Missions 3 7 1 Sacramento 4 7 1 Tost and Sprinz; Freitas and Cooper. Los Angeles .4 10 4 Oakland 7 Evans, Garland, Collins and Gibson; Gib-son; Miller, Hard and Raimondi. Seattle 0 7 4 San Francisco 3 9 l Gregory and Spindel; Shores and Woodall. I National League Club Standing W. L. Pet. Chicago 70 45 .609 New York . 67 46 .593 St. Louis 63 52 .548 Pittsburgh 62 53 .539 Boston 55 60 .478 Philadelphia 48 67 .417 Cincinnati 45 65 .409 Brooklyn 45 67 .402 Friday's Results Pittsburgh 1-2, New York 0-3. Philadelphia 4-6, St. Louis 1-3. Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati 0, (called in eighth, rain; second game postponed, post-poned, rain). Chicago at Boston, double header head-er postponed, rain. St. Louis 6 9 1 Philadelphia fl 12 6 Warneke, Weiland, Blake, Owen. Jorgens, Johnson and Grace. Second Games: Pittsburgh 1 4 2 New York 3 10 1 Bauers and Todd. Schumacher and Danning. Chicago 10 13 1 Boston 7 13 3 Root and O'Deal. Bush and Mueller. . . . at Cincinnati ..... 1 9 0 Brooklyn 2 6 0 Schott and Campbell.. Butcher and Spencer. (ScsOcSlbffaiS art b rr- ' " Golden Onion Days and Home Coming featuring RUNNING HORSE RACES SENSATIONAL NITE CIRCUS . " .- . - v -T s -. Baseball - Programs - Dances Carnival - Parades - Boxing - Utah's Greatest Labor Day Celebration! American League ft 1 A Club Standing W. L. Pet. New York 79 35 .693 Detroit 68 47 .591 Chicago 66 52 .559 Boston 62 50 .554 Cleveland 56 56 .500 Washington 53 58 .477 Philadelphia 35 77 .413 St. Louis 35 79 .307 Friday's Results New York 4, St. Louis 3. Washington 5, Chicago 0. Boston 8, Detroit 5. Cleveland 5, Philadelphia 3. R. H. Washington 2 7 Chicago 3 8 Batteries: W. Ferrell and Ferrell; Lyons and Sewell. E 0 0 R New York 5 St. Louis 9 Malone and Dickey. Walkup and Hemsley. Boston 3 Detroit 0 Grove and Desautels. Poffenberger and York. Philadelphia 4 Cleveland 5 Thomas and Brucker. Whitehall and Sullivan. 11 12 10 3 10 9 DiMaggio, Yankees . 37 Fpxx, Red Sox 31 Gehrig, Yankees 29 Greenberg, Tigers 28 Medwick, Cardinals 27 York, Tigers 27 League totals: American, 636; National, 502. din, ittetd H Medwick, Cardinals 184 Gehringer, Tigers 158 P. Waner, Pirates 178 Hartrtett, Cubs 93 Gehrig, Yankees 159 Travis. Senators 126 Frank Reynolds To Install Officers SPRINGVILLE Officers of the local post American Legion will be installed at a regular meeting of the post, Wednesday, September 1, Commander LaVar Anderson announces. Dr. Frank T. Reynolds of Provo, district commander will officiate. Officers to be installed are: V. O. Hafen, commander; Jack Miller and S. T. Roberts, first ' and second sec-ond vice-commanders, respectively; respective-ly; Orland Thorn, adjutant; Leo Robertson, chaplain; George Nelson, Nel-son, sergeant-at-arms; U. P. Cherrington, historian. m m i Mrs. J. D. Pyne and Miss Glen- da Taylor are visiting - In California, Cali-fornia, the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmont Russell of May-wood. May-wood. They will visit with Mrs. Pyne a son, Lloyd who- Is employed employ-ed at Maywood, John Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Orlo Allen, accompanied ac-companied them and will visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Erval Christensen, until their return home. Mr. and Mrs. George Ladd had as guests Wednesday their sons, Frank and George and their fami lies of Salt Lake City. Mrs. J. D. Park is spending a week with her husband who is at St. George for the peach sea son. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cordner and daughters, Carrol and Maxine left Thursday for their home at Stillwater, Oklahoma, after a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends here. Wednesday evening a family party was given in their honor at the Park Ro-She. Swim ming and a delicious picnic lun cheon were enjoyed by the' following: fol-lowing: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cordner, Cord-ner, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cordner, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cordner, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cordner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cordner and Miss Reva Cordner. Mrs. Earl Mecham entertained at a quilting at her home Thursday Thurs-day afternoon. After completing a lovely quilt a delicious luncheon was served to the following guests, Mrs. Roy E. Park, Mrs. Loraina Allen, Mrs. Paul Millet, Mrs. J. D. Bishop, and Mrs. Earl Mecham. Mrs. George Yusuda entertain ed at a birthday party for her young son. Tommy at her home Thursday afternoon, games and dainty refreshments were enjoy ed by the following, Dan Bishop, Mack Cook, Howard Peterson, Hai Kerguson, unnora Burming-ham, Burming-ham, Midea Yusuda and Tommy Yusuda. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kofford and their daughters, Miss Alene and Jean returned home during the week from a delightful vacation va-cation trip in the Pacific northwest. north-west. They visited with relatives at Medford. Oregon, 3nd at Crater Lake, Oregon and also at Vancouver, Van-couver, British Columbia. BENJAMIN NEWS Mrs. Bessie Ludlow Christenson and baby son Duane of Los Angeles An-geles who have been visiting here for the past month will leave Sunday for their home, they will be accompanied by their grandmother grand-mother Mrs. Sadie Hand who will visit with her son Ernest and family fam-ily at Long Beach as well as other relatives in near by towns Mrs. Pearl Hand entertained gfPE THE BIC P1CTMMS "Cr; Breaking Attendance Records All Over the Nation ! The Huge Roadshow Production in Its Entirety is Here To Thrill You Now at REGULAR PRICES! Cost a Fortune To Produce! Three Years To Make! Thousands in the Cast! Pearl Buck's Great Novel Comes To Life! lp ro MAN C E "JitlNC l of a woman's sacrifice I " for a man J- 7 Wtmh DRAMA J 0 JJ -,; ,.- .. , . f Sally Eilers and Ricardo Cortez on the double feature Droeram. in mystery with a new angle. . the El Cautro Bridge club on Wednesday night. Mrs. Maud Ludlow Lud-low won the club prize, Rosella Stewart won the guest prize. Mrs. Roy Millet entertained her bridge club on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Lulu Miller won high score, for the club and Mrs. Lena Los-ser Los-ser won the guest prize. Miss Elsie Johnson left here Wednesday night after a week's stay for her home at Berkeley, California. Miss Johnson has tnntrht oohnnl in California for a nUmber of years. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bingnam from Park City spent the week end here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roe Bingham. Four children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brimhall from Spanish Fork have spent a week's vacation at the farm of their grandfather, Mr. Thomas Ludlow. Word has been received here that Mr. and Mrs. Mark Robertson Robert-son of Los Angeles are the proud parents of a new baby girl. The mother was formerly Cleo Han-Fen. Han-Fen. . PREACHER KILLS WIFE LINDIN; N. J., Aug. 28 U.E Lloyd Pusey, tall, gaunt Blue Ridge mountaineer, asked for a bible today, rested it on his knee and told police that he had killed his red-haired evangelist wife because be-cause she didn't tell him that he was her fifth husband. Death came to Mrs. Pusey, 40, at the end . of a trans-continental evangelical journey from Los Angeles, where she and Pusey, 44, were married last October. To Fully Enjoy. "Good Earth .See It From the Start at U t 1:40 4tl0 6:45 9:25 p. m." who are seen at the Uinta Today "Talk of ine Levu" an amusing New Suits Filed (City Court) Utah Piggly-Wiggly company, plaintiff; E. W. Mower, defendant, 50.32: Dlaintiff's attorney, Geo. S. Ballif. The Commercial Bank of Span ish Fork, plaintiff: Lorenzo and Joseph Areyle, defendants, $250; plaintiff's attorney, A. U. Miner (District uourt) Ernest B. and Merle T. Garrett, nlaintiffs: Estates of William Cutler and Nathan Pratt, deceased, deceas-ed, and Administrator Virgil H. Peterson; also estates of William Cox, deceased, and Lenore Kay, administratrix, defendants; judg ment on property ownership; Els more and Wpotton, attorneys. Delbert Ellis and Marjorie B Ellis, plaintiffs; Estate of Edward Warburton, deceased, and Administrator Admin-istrator Edward Warburton, Jr.; also the estate of Jens C. Christensen, Chris-tensen, deceased, and Levina Fu-gal, Fu-gal, administratrix; judgment on property ownership; Elsmore and Wootton, attorneys. Stephen W. Moyle, plaintiff; Estate of Leah E. Moyle, deceas ed, and Mrs. Lawrence Hutch-ines. Hutch-ines. administratrix; judgment on property ownership; Elsmore and Wootton, attorneys. MATS. I 3 I V Jli PliTax n N i pTy A vQ eves.-. Vtah's Biggest Entertainment Bargain Scores Again! 1 f ..gSSSitij...,., a. .IT mmmi HE KNEW ALL If' i " blond-e qucsticiL3 I if?' f: 4& Cx . 7:00 CBS Church of the. Ale. - 7:30 CBS Romany TraiL 8:00 KSL Uncle Tom and I the comic strips. 8:30 CBS Major bowes Capitol Theatre Family. i f 9:30 CBS KSL presents the Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir and Organ. 10:00 CBS Church of the Air. 10:30 KSL Christian Science Radio Ra-dio Service. 11:30 CBS Living Dramas of the Bible. 12:00 CBS Everybody's Music. P. M. 1:00 CBS Srvlling Bee with Dr. Harry Hagen. 2:00 KSL The Friendly Philosopher. Philos-opher. 2:45 KSL International News. 4:00 KSL Melody Fashion Parade. Par-ade. 4:15 KSL Magic Island. 5.45 KSL Cactus Mac and hla Saddle Tramps. 6:00 CBS Universal Rhythm. 8:30, KSL L.D.S. Sunday Evening Radio Service. 9:00 CBS "Texaco Town." 9:30 KSL Littl e Theater of Music 10:30 KSL International News. 11:00 KSL Pacific Paradise. 11:45 KSL Sunday Evening on Temple Square, MIDNIGHT 12:00 CBS Door of the Moon from Portland. 12:30 CBS Jan ' Gather and his orchestra. 1:00 KSL Good Nrght. MONDAY, AUGUST SO A. M. 6:00 KSL Sunrise Serenade. 7:00 KSL International News. 8:00 KSL International News. 8:15 KSL Breakfast Time Tune. 9:00 KSL Morning Matinee. 9:15 KSL Jenny Lee's Timely Tips. 10:00 CBS Gold Medal Feature Time. 11:00 CBS Big Sister. 11:30 CBS Your News Parade. P. M. 12:00 CBS "Heinz Magazine o Air." 12:30 KSL Words and M:islc 12:45 KSL International News. 1:00 CBS Myrt and Marge. 1:15 CBS Pretty Kitty Kelly, 2:00 KSL' Rhythm Revue. 2:30 CBS News Thru a Woman's js, with Kathryn Cravens. 2:45 KSL Melody Minutes. 3:15 KSL International New. 4:00 KSL Melody Parade. 4:45 KSL Adventures of Sonny: nd Buddy. f Heres a Picture With A New Twist! mcAnoo conTEZ SALLY OASIt SYDNEY " ' Ah d As 4 Our Companion Feature : j r THE ANSWERS... $QUNDrNEWS, SI fx if - j r I t.