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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
THE A FUl\'IE OR TWO AS THE SMELT ER GAS PASSE S THIS WAY JORDA N . JOURN AL Sandy City News STORY IN PICTURE SHOWING WHERE WEST .JORDAN GARAGE MAN, GUY YOUNGD ELL, LOST HIS LIFE Mrs. A. G. Robinson, of California, is the gue,;t of her mother Mrs. Tripp. ·--- At the The atre sFRIDAY ONLY, MAY 29th 300 Prizes FREE "The City Store" Regular Prices Regular Picture Program TWO GRA1 rD PRIZES 100 Th SUGAR 100 ttJ FLOUR * * * Carlos C. Hansen, the assistant timekeeper at the Smelter will leave on June ht for his annual two weeks vacation. It may be that he will take a round each day with the new born son. Miss Theresa Limlell entertained at dinner Sunday at her home. Covers were laid for .Miss Yanda Ander::;on, and Mr. James Mather, of Salt Lake, M17• Edmond Hanson and Mr. George Carlson, of Pocatello, Idaho. * "' "' * * Glyn Lewis has been· appointed as assistant weigh master anu is now in·· stalled at the Scale House . . He hails from Salt Lake City, SATURDA Y ONLY, MAY :Wth F R ED THOMPSO N IN :i.: Mr. Lynn Brady represented the Scouts of Jordan Stake at Liberty Park Scout day Saturday. * * * Mr and Mrs. Fred Christensen lef t Sund~v for a trip to Californ;a. * * * . SUNDAY AND MONDA Y, MAY 31 & J "CNE 1st Mr,;. R. White, Mrs. A. R. Gardner. Mrs. L. W. Nielsen and Mrs. A. M. Nelson were •ruests at the U. Club Banquet at the Utah Hotel Mon tla ~ evening. After the banquet a theatre party at the Pantage:; was enjoyed. * * * Additional rooms are bein~ erected in connection with the company houses on Holden Street. Also !''red Hyke and his kalsomine slingers are giving the houese their yearly spring bath of kal::wmine and paint. .. TLoYe'' EVIL QUEMADO" ''THA "One Cylinder "Leather Stocking" * Fish Lake, Bear River, and Indian Creek enter mto most of tile convlr:;ations at the Smelter these days. The gang thereabouts certain!;~-· have a weak spot for the bamboo rod and the cat gut leader. • b,.Pat!J.~ &O!!!edY. * * • Mrs. A. Hughes was hostess to th<' Elite Club at her home Tuesday eYen ing. Supper wa:'\ sen·ed to fourtee n members. * * * Franz Lennberg drew a new Chevt·olet last week. He takes out a new one most every year. Must be the interest f1·om some Liberty Bonds. ·., * * The First Ward Primary Boys pla~ ed the Midvale Boys Base Ball !\Ionday afternoon the score wa:-; 11 to in favor of 1st ward. After the p_·am e a. Primary Social was given in the Ward Chapel. Refreshmen ts wen served to 81 gue~ts. * * * The second installment on the Black mer .Maxwell pathfinder was paid recently and promptly. Evidently the old bus is giving entire satisfaction. The proud purchaser says the "relic' is worth it's weigh in lead. • • * * * * * * * Mrs. C. C. Jensen attended the Re lief Society Conference at Binghan Sunday. * * • Mrs. W. W. O'Brien left for a trip to Califomi<>L. Brent • ; • ID 10 '; ''Silk "Tire ., lf. * "' * Grading for the track at the New Flotat,ion Mill is finished. Work OJ• the foundation is proceeding smoothly. The following named fourteen men took out a working license at tht Smelter and decided to work on tht claim the past week; R. T. Adamson; Clifford BulJdey; Lavern Jensen; Milan Canning; Arvel T. Adamson; Wm. T. Adamson; Willard D. Oliver; T. Gonion Brockbank; Jack P. Monahan, S. J. Cundick; Willard K Nielson, D. H. Sainsbury; Delbert Stones and our old friend and co-worker, Gumecindo Pedroza. Our Gang Ct Mrs. Hilda Nelson entertained at <: ::s famil v dinner at he1· home on Malll 0 Street Monday in honor of Mr. and ::X:: Mrs. Victor Engman who are leaving ., to make their home at Pioche, N eY- .,<:; ada. Covers were laid for 40 gueslf Special guests were Mrs. John Uv ~ ingston, Mrs. William Vincent, Mrs. Annie Murriay and Miss Loretta Mur rairy of Los Angeles. Sam Clark, Mervin Naylor, and A. L. Lambson have purchased g·as buggies and are now reg·ular callers at the ;:;erYice stations. The fifth wedge roaster is completed and will soon be in operation. Evelyn Stocking Trouble'' Sal" Laughs Blg , . from ~ ~· .1..4ttle l<tda ciCOMEDY TUESDAY , WEDN ESDAY, T HIIRSDAY , JlNE 2, :3, lth Reg ula r Prices Cecil B. DeMille's Wednesda ~ ' * * * . The 2nd Ward Bee Hive Girl::; and friends enjoyed a steak roast at the old Paper Mill in Big Cottonwood Tueway evening, * * * Mrs. H. Hendrickson and children left Wednesday to visit her m9ther, Mrs. J. G. Stone at Blackfoot, ldahq. * * * The creat or of ' 'The T (' n Co 1 ll art l'"lfnts" br eak ' h.s own record for lavi shness w ith ' ''l'r'umph .'' 'l' lle wh r l of fa shionahl f' ociPt y rnd the world of m odern indu<itry mou'ded into the most lusci ou., . crren f east ::;ince De Mille's ''Ma le and F emale" and " Mansl a ughter.'' THE IR S THEATR Mrs. E. B. Tripp, Miss Lavon Tripr l. Close up view of the Stutz in which Guy Y oungdell was killed early Monday morning. 2. The Bingham High- and Mr. Ray Tripp of Los Angel e. way looking toward the Redwood Road intersection at West Jordan. 3. The Apperson as it appeared after the col- were guests of Mrs. Wm. F. Bugle>. "'l'he Hou se of Quality " lision with the Stutz. 4. Another vitw of the Stutz showing the complete wreck. It was turned completely around sister of Mrs. Tripp Wednesday. * * * and pointing in the opposite direction to which Youngdell ·was travelling. 5. The West Jordan Garage, of which Stake Relief Soci e t ~ Jordan The Mrs. C. I. Goff atten ded t he annual .1-lr. Youngdell, the unfortunate victim, was proprietor. 6. The new West Jordan School Building going up. held in the 1st Ward was conference of th e " U" C ub given at th e dmner HE YOUNG LADY Hote l Utah Chapel Tuesday members of the g en Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Olson of North Tu esda~ eveni ng . ily of Woodruff were week end guests LOCAL TEACHER WILL eral board were present. * ., ACROSS THE WAY State St., Sandy, Utah, entertainel of Mrs. Erma Cook. They also vis* * * FIRST JUNE MARRY evening. at a chicken dinner Monday ited relatives in Sandy and Union I V\' om en are so carl'lt>. s. Bc .hele m,Mrs. R. H. Kenner, Mrs. D. C. Lron Mi;;s Marie Johnson was a special home. '(Pa.) woman "hot at her ma n th e - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - before returning and Mrs. L. Brady, Mrs. A. Cook and guest with Mr. and Mrs. E. Sodermon · * * • t1mes h itt ing h irr on ly once. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Boyden an- Mrs. C. Johnson, of Bingham wer ~ of Midvale. Sweet peas were used a . .\Irs. Rachel Forbush, Corresponde nt Mr. and Mrs. Ray Middleton were guests of Mrs. S. L . Brady Tue sda y. decorations. guests Monday evening of Mr. and nounce the marriage of their daughXo :raJ J>< wo rth 1 e-;~, but om(' .a re * * * o1 M rs. A . H . R ock . Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Walker, u: en worch l e~s t'wn others. Mrs. H. Lavering of Salt Lake Mrs. Grace Thornton had as her ter, Helen Elizabeth, to Mr. Eldon Blackfoot, I d a h o, and M r. n llnam mother her tertained at the home of * * ::iharp, of Rigby,,are vis1tmg wit.h ~Ir. guest Thursday, Mrs. Laura Tripp. Charles Elkington, on Monday, the Mrs. C. Rogers Saturday evening in dramatJ, poem?" our y about "\\hat Mrs. Earl Furgeo;en, of Brig,ham and .11t·s. S. W · Sharp. honor of Mr. T. S. Green. Dancing 1925. June, of day first it f or no n -..:;ens~ took s mi editor "An is visiting with Mrs. George T. Sharp . * * * 15 to served upper s and enJ'oved was · h" t." "Dod t lm~ b to h d otferen B nd a . e ver • ' m M 1ss oy en as een eac mg Mrs.. Wanda Nel::.on and . clnldren j Mr. D. W. McDonald was a Holliday guests. DRESSMA KING-Dres ses for gradb..sif;'?" that on it haw· im h let you and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilso,n, of visitor Monday. * * * bhe Midvale SchoolR the past year uation and commencem ent exercises. Salt Lake were dinner guests .1:' nday "Sure I let him ha' e it" * "' . Miss Mary Iff, of South Jordan , Also plain sewing and children', of Mrs. M. J. Thornton. and Mr Elkington is employed by Da Florence Miss convulbe Davis, to Gladys appears Miss Washington · clothes. Midvale 159. 87 West An Iowa man who wcip hs 300 lbs. "' * * the Schramm-Jo hnson Drug. Co., of 1 vis, Mr. Thomas Davis, and Mrs. Da1:\ul:f d a wift' wf-Jo weighed 2q7 be· Center St. Isabel Rosse. Mr. Geor~e Smith, of Spanish Fork sed by the .:: ;fteenth amendment. vis motored to Lehi Sunday where Salt Lake City. Can you beat it? ~au~e ;;he was fat. spent the week enu with rnend::; an,l joined Miss Sy!vja Allen, Whitthey Midor 28 Midvale all MOVING-C * * relatives. * ' IS IT SEW ALL 7 The newly married couple will take tney Allen, and George Lethum an d vale 141-M when moving. Prompt * * • Accountin g for Proverb a honeymoon trip to Southern Utah, all motored to Sa1·atoga Springs and service. Careful, experienced. Also Miss Rozilla .Pate who has been HE New England SewnliR and Ont c f lh t l.Je::;t t;.tw wn p ro v .rbs "'s spent the day. z· , C • C B · · · general hauling of all kinds. Bing teaching school in ::iage, Wyommg, The First Ward M. 1. A. enjoyed ryce s anyon, 10n s anvJsJtmg of satisfaction the have ells Hew 11i.;s is ll:; good us 11 mile." It Is l " returned home last week and will McRae. I work day or night. Cottonwood Little in feast Weiner a and interest of desC'enderl points other were ey and tJ n o ythat knowing •le that thl ot·ig nu l prover!.. reHd: ~o..;si her .opend her ::;ummer vacation with m!!m75 Coven1 of mayor evening. Sewall, Monday A mls Henry Canyon from at! 15th Avenue. July 3rd 1:; us good as A milt." on after 'Anlis lots 2 home at be SALE-2 will Pate. FOR parents, .Mr. and Mrs. K G. 1 bers and guests were present. Gan:es Henry son, His of 1606. rs p In olui ~ England, try, [!'f;t'lllLH·y we1·e See AlllilP •·d paid. all sidewalks Sewers and 1 * * * were enjoyed. Utah. Payson, and I<Jngland :"l:ew to gn:.1t came l.Jeing es Sewall, d ~ 111 . and entertained "lle, ll H rlt 'lla t Greenwood Miss Mirla Dan Radovich, Phone 274, Midvale. •t·'L•nds . \H J'f <:O•tsiderahl ~- llk e one unSunday for Miss Phyliss Greenwood settled In Newberry, Massachuset ts, An- of Sandy. LOST~Ail·dale, black and tan. in 16~4. By hiR wife Jane Drummer SAND\ othP r' in appearan ce. T hc·Y were faMIDVALE MURRAY • Sewall Samuel Renamed son a "Dutch". had of he swers to the name ntuus as the ht>J'""' of 1 widely l<nown * * * baby, and Cook C. ThO'mas Interesting Mrs. most the of one was who 'Png' (,HI P !' !liP\" Pn t<> red ihlO the Ira • ward of $1.00 paid for informatior• Friday evening of the l\Inssuchuset ts f'OionlstR of his home returned Ros;;, •l't •ns ' f t11e ·, 111 rt 11 and '' et·e In· leading t,o recovery. Tyler Vincent, aitel' a three weeks visit with her day. He gives :in f'xcellent chance to Hence th e pr ov· ~ell lull tren•ntly. at Miller Drug. sisters, Mrs. May Brown and Mr~. know him In his famous diary which erlJ. !''annie Elis, of Woodruff. and humor quaintness, with 1·ecounts PLANTS-O ur lease is up. All kinds * * * t·are truthfulness the det~tils of bls l'hP J <lll ll;.; l<t <J0· <H' I'<IS>:' tll,• w ay 311YS Trees and Air of fine budding plants-6 doz. for Mr. Horace Young of Murray wao; conrt~hiJ• in later life. hPr tired t h P Wit\' th ey say makPs 1 cents $1.00. All perennials only 50 Po mor<' '' lt " <•som " pia •e s i Thet·e a visitor here Sunday. Hi~ first wife was Judith Quincy a womun r nn't la•t>p a il<'ere t and s he per dozen until Friday night. Goplay thun u1 1o ng th e urll' lin to * * * anrt when he was married to her never told <lliP ~·et will out mu klng tn e h H J I J ~l •Jwy th J''"' vff oxygf·n ing fast. Bowen's 6487 South State Mrs. Eleanor Cuthbert, of Salt Lak Hull p<'rfornwd the l•yer~·hoLly )IJ'olni><P ll••t !•• tell n souL 1 throu g h tiny po1·e:; in tlJe leaves und Street, Munay, Utah. was a guest of Mrs. Mary Sha1·p on novernor Rradstre<>t DELIVER Y SERVICE PROMPT It was on thiR oecasion (@by M cC lure Z'\ t:~ws v a p er Syn llica t &.) ceJ'PJJJony. tlri nk in p rd~ OJWJJ S gu S€'!> :MIDVALE Hotel and Apartments . Sunday afternoon. the prf'sented father b1·ide's the that * * ... 39 Main St. Remodeled and Repaint Office--65 00 State Street Wallace Millerberg retumed home young bridegroom with n chest full ed. New Managemen t. "Service • of pine tr(>(' ~hilling~ equaling the Phones-M idvale 175-.J, Murray 4c15 Tailoring Ladies t1 last Sunday after an extended bw:;iOrder To Made and Cleanliness" our motto. Ruits ness trip to South Chicago, Indiana. brld<> In weight. At his second murrlage Ramuel's FOR RENT-Two office rooms ove1 W aHace has been operating a weed A Specialty First Class Work Guarantee d Cornet· Meat & Grocery at the in- killing plant machine for the U. S. own >on officiu ted. Samuel Hewell waR onE> of the judge!< tersection of Main and Center Sts. Smelter and his many friends are O'Brien & who took un active part in condemn$10.00 per month. Gilbert O'lad to see him home again. * * * Ing the wltdtes. Luter he saw the ,. . FOR SALE-Olds mobile Coupe. Four dinner a was Simper Miss Beatrice error of his ways und did not hesitate TAILOR Passenger. Inquire 206 East Cen- guest of Miss Margaret Forbush Sun- to confess his error and lanwnt over 2t day afte1·noon. ter St. Midvale Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired the action he had taken. It was his cu.stom to S)lend frequent days In * * * of insulation Midvale, Utah 64 West Center Street Miss Mirla Greenwood was a Salt prayer und fasting by way of repE>ntLake visitor Thursday. lng fo1· hls action In the wltehcraft Phone Mid\'ale 117-W * * * trials, although he unllouhtedly acted BETWEE~ THE ICE AND FOOD CHAMBE R Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sharp, Mrs. Ray according to ·hi>' best judgment at the Kite, Mrs. Henry Hanson, and child- time. AND THE OUTSIDE AIR, IS WHY ren, of Salt Lake and Mr. Andy BradSewell made large bequeHts Samuel Sunday The JOURNAL mean word puzzle ford, of Murray were guests to Hnn·Hid. Joseph Sewell, one of of Miss Blanche Sharp. desPenllants, declined the pres! his was solved within three hours after * * * of Harvard In 1724, and deney Harry Schrader of Mr. and Mrs. publication day last week and solved grantlson, named Samuel, was Jospph's H. D. Schrader is reported as being from Massa· correctly. Almost one hundred an- quite ill since Saturday. We hope he memher of congress will soon be on the road to recovery chusetts. .Jonnthnn Sewell, horn In 1766, swers were received, many of them again. justlce of Lower Canacla, was Use So Little Ice "' of Salt Lake, ehlef • Emma Ashman correct, but Laura Bateman, of Mida memher or this family; born at Mrs. vale, Utah, was the first to hand in is the guest of her daughter, Mr;;. ~amhl'idge, Massachuset ts, he !>~pent No Higher In Price Than Other Lines Bennett Cash. his boyhood In J<Jngland and from I the conect solution and she is thereUJenl'e went to Canada. * * * The name 1s usually spelled here For Gertie Miss Sharp, Nellie Miss fore entitled to the $5.00 worth of although lt Is snld that at 81'\\llll bush and Mr. Clarence Sharp were of the RE>volutlon members time the merchandise and may have same by guests of Mrs. Caroline Peterson on who remained !oval family the of Monday evening. calling at the JOURNAL office any d Iwme on I took the !ipetilng Sewell. Appare'nt· p* t * *i n . M ISS nu th a e re urne s of them swere11 revolutionist h ti•me that suits her convenience . 1 Th ursclay f or a 1oca 1 osp1't a 1 a ft er lv tl f mo~t 111 s very rare successful operation for re- or te spe ng ewe Some of ou1· subscribers said the a very "Service Our Motto." ·Everythin g for the Home hen•. feeling is She '· oval of appendix. STORES" RE In name "H. GRASS FURNITU On<> of thP eurliest of the puz de wa:::'t right, couldn't be work- just fine and expects to be out around j' archEngiHnd w:ls Se\\~all de Sovlll, in a short time hi shop of York. ed, etc., but this world is full of peo* * * (@by McClure No~opaper Syndicate.) Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ellis and fam-1 ple who would rather ride than push. Mr. and Mrs. Soderman entertain ed at dinner Sunday for a number o , friends. The honored guests wen Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Johnson, of Sah Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Olson, of Sandy City, Utah. EAST MIDVALE 'T I • I . WANT ADS T I. LESTER Artificial Ice --------------------------- SEVEN WALL.S H. F. Rasmussen YOU CAN'T WIN IF YOU DON' TRY-I T WAS DEAD EASY .. • rs rato rige Ref r Ou i MIDVALE FURNITURE CO. I Box 367 Midvale 119 MIDVALE, UTAH ~--------------------------------------- Booth's , Midval e, have just receive d the La Fluer Hosier y for the ladies- -- "The These silk hose are Hose With a Rose." In the wanted shades and just below the knee IS a beautif ul rose 1n color worked in the stockin g. I .29 Priced at h rc . ' c• ..