|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
THE JORDAN ies. The gymnasium, 60 by 90 feet, the standard size, has a balcony for spectators. It is most suitable for social and physical activities. The study hall is a well-lighted room containing 80 seats of the best modern type. Besides the rooms described, there are 27 rooms adapted to recitation and laboratory work. These have been especially designed for domestic science, domestic art, mechanic arts, agriculture, physics, chemistry, biology, and other classroom work. The building is thus well adapted for modI ern high-chool activities. The heating and the ventilating plants are likewise well equipped. The former has two 80-horse power boilers that are fed by electric stokers. Only Vi ce Versa The latter has a large electric fan connected by air ducts with all the Our Food Entices, Fills rooms. The boilers h~at the rooms by and Satisfies means of stea.m radiators, while tihe fan draws in pure ait· from a height of 25 feet on the outside and sends it warmed to all parts of the building. The temperatUre is regulated automatically, so that it ranges constant11 N. Main St., Midvale ly between 65 and 68 degrees Fahl'enheit. The campus has 23 acres of ground. This is devoted to agriculture and to athletics. 'Foot-ball courts, tennis courts, base-ball diamonds, and running courses are laid off for use in athletil:s and sports. Around the building is converted into appropriate lawns and flower gardens. On one corner of the campus are new brick cottages for the superintendent of schools and the high-school principal. Another corner is occupied by the engineer who has charge of the buildings and grounds and is engaged the year round. This plant is that of a consolidated rural high school. Located in the open country, as it is, it is not in any sense local. The nearest community, Sandy is one mile away. Other communities that patronize the school range from 2 ¥-Ito 12 mil~ distant, These communities separately are too small to maintain a modern high school; conjointly in consolidation they have established one of the largest and best high-school plants in the State. '11he buildings and grounds, which have cost to date about $225,000, will accommodate 750 students. They will probably meet the needs of the distriet for the next eight or ten years. Six hundred fifty students in grades 9 to 12 were in attendance last year. The transportation is thus far mostly by automobile stages. Coming as the students do frmn small communities, ranging from 1800 inhabitants down to 200, highschool opp01-tunities would not have been accessible to them had it not been for consolidation. The sc'hool is la1·ge enough to give breadth of scope to its activities. It has the usual social and athletic act1 ivities. In addition it has a broad curriculum, flexible enough so that students can· find something to fit their native bent. The school here represented and the elementary schools that feed it are administered by a board of five men who work not for pa1-ticular constituencies but fot· the entire people. Under the old district system over fifty men as trustees would have administered separate schools without even a possibility of high-school work. This administration of the education of all these communities with one central high school by the board of five men who engage· a competent superintendent· is attained in these rural communities only by means of See our windows this week for low priced consolidation. Consolidation thus enables rural KITCHEN CABINETTS communities to establish modern high ALASKA REFRIGERATORS The plant, including campus, schools. ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND OTHER KITCHEN building, and equipment, can be of N-E-E-D-S the best type. The curriculum can be broad enough in its scope to give opportunity for the development of individuality. The curriculnm and social ·~ MIDVALE CITY, UTAH activities of the school can be adapt! ed to the enviroment and to the needs _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 of the community. H. C. Pardhum, of South Jordan has begun the erection of his new residence directly across the road from the South Jordan school house. The basement is completed. Mr. Paraduhn has a desirable location for a dwelling such as he comten11plates building. The Bee Hive Girls of South Jordan Ward met at the Ward House on Tuesday evening to plan their work for the summer. JORDAN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL The Jordan Consoli'dated School building is located near the geographic center of the Jordan District, Sandy, Utah. It is 235 feet long by 166 wide and 45 feet high. It contains 30 large, well-lighted rooms adapted to various high-school activities. Tfhe auditorium contains 900 opera chairs of the ' best design. It is well adapted for assemblies and dramatic activit- !We Touch the SpGt STEWART'S CAFE MIDVALE Feea & ·seed STORE M. L. McNamar~, Prop. Phone Mid. 4 7..w • Midvale, Utah WeSt 1Ofdan Lurnber Company ~ ·-~},,.,. Murray Society .. .. . • • •• Mr. Edward Ottley and son, Ernest II ROOFINGS ' A roof of Barrett Giants is weather-tight and firesafe. Moreover these modem shing!&s will not rot or rust-never need painting or staining. Come in. We'll gladly figure on the quantity of Giants needed for your roof. There's a Barrett Roofing for any type of building-at a reasonable price. West Jordan Lumber Company iiiiii iiiiiiii riiiiiiiiiii iii iiiiiiiiliii .. * .. Hr. and Mrs. Earl Simper retuTned home last week after a thoroughly m Oasis spent Tuesday evening <Yf enjoyable trip to Bear Lake where last week at the home of Mrs. R. they report there is good fiSihin.g ; Reid. then to Woodruff and Evanstan, Wwo * • * ming. Mrs. Pearl Lewis had as her guest * .. * her husband's mother, Mrs. L. Lewis of Midvale. A large number of young friends .. vehy pleasantly surprised Mr. Jack Miss Eirena Reading spent Tliurs- Cox Thursday evening the event beday of last week at the home of Mrs. ing his birthday anniversary. Games Emma Anderson of Midvale. music and refreshments were the main diversion of the evening. • Mrs. Denzil Watts had as her guest, • * • Mr. and Mrs. Sundry Sanders and Miss Vandis McGhie of Sandy spent family of Idaho. Thursday evening with Miss Luetta Milne. * * * Mrs. Ann D. Ballard has as her • * • guest, her niece, Mrs. John DarringMr. C. Hendrickson and fanlily on ton of Declo, Idaho. Green\wood Avenue have moved to • * .. Salt Lake to make their home. Mr. Hyrum Sundstrom and family .. nwtored to Saratoga Springs Sunday Mrs. A. E. Smith entertained Wedof las.t week. nesday for heT daughter, Mrs. Ruby .. * • Lake. Mrs. Lam·a Erickson was the S. Gorringe of .. Salt .. * guest of Miss Bernice Watts Th~rs Miss Susie Brady very pleasantly day. ente1-tained the Bee Hive Girls last Mrs. C. MalstrQm was the guest of Thursday evening. After the usual Miss Laura Duckworth Qf Magna on business hour, refreshments were serv er to Miss Delsa Christiansen, Rose Thursday of last week. Allen, Ruth Taylor, .Rosalie Olson, .. • * Miss Mirle Greenwood, Ora Pate and Mrs. Charles Edwards had as her Mrs. Golda Soffe. ·g uest Thursday, Miss Lucetta Mal* • • strom. Mrs. T. F. Greenwood was a dinner guest Thm·sday of her mother, Mrs. The Gleanor Girls of Grant Ward W. C. Burgon of Union. were entertained at the home of Miss Edith Aumondson Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ruby Worsley and son La Vel'! The evening was well enjoyed ~ are visiting in Salt Lake indefinitely. sewing followed by refreshments. .. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keyor and Mrs. Alma Erickson ha.d as her family of Salt Lake spent Saturday guest, Miss Mary Erickson of Union and S!lllday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuseday and Wednesday. Evans. .. • * Miss Laura Bills was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Alexander and Miss Bernice Watts, Friday of last little daughter, Katherine are visitweek. ine- relatives in Idaho for about two Mrs. C. Hansen left Wednesday for months. * .. .. Idaho wihere she will spend three Miss Fern 'Larsen participated in weeks visiting relatives. 'tihe annual "'U' Pilgrimage last • * * Mrs. Vern Smith was the guest of Friday evening. Miss Mable Gustaveher mother, Mrs, L. Kenny of Sandy, slon was her guest. Every year the students of the University choose a Friday of last week. day or evening in which they hike • * • to the big U on the mountain side Mrs. Charles Edwards entertained and give it its annual white washing. at a birthday party Wednesday in honor of her moth&·, Mrs. Ella Mal- This of course is acc<mupanied by strOim. The time was well enjoyed and more or less festivity in which hundreds take an active part. later refreshments were served. . . . .. . . . . .. . • • • • • • • • • .. . tl STONE MOUNTAIN MEMORIAL HALF-DOLLARS ARE READY FOR YOU HERE In this new and artistic coin, authorized by Congress, the South's great project to honor her heroes will be perpetuated. The coins are One Dollar each-the fifty cent premium on each one goes to the Stone Mountain Confederate Monumental Association. You'll want at least one of these new Half-Dollars Just stop in any time-we'll supply you right away -- Midvale State Bank MIDVALE, UTAH • • • Meet our Meats • • • * * * • * • Miss Beatrice Simper was a Club Mrs. R. Bateman entertained at a guest of Miss Larue Simper of Murbit-thday party in honor of her busray last Thurs&y evening. Miss hands forty fifth birthday annivet·sary Simper was hostess to the C. Y. C. Sunday. .. Club. • * .. Miss Lillace Brown entertained at The Ward Reception Committee nea miscellaneous shower Thursday evening in honor of Miss Hope Gaufin, tertained at an Old Time Dance in the Amusement Hall last Wednesday eva bride of this week. enin.g. .. * .. • * .. Miss Cora Ramshaw has as her Mrs. C. E. Tholan entertained the guest, Miss Virginia Fleming of officers of the Relief Society at her Ogden. home, Monday evening. Mrs. Carl Wahlquist entertained in * .. * Mr. Darwin Hill of Nevada is honor of Miss Victoria Peterson, who left during the week for California spending a few weeks witih relatives to spend the summer. Covers were and friends" He was the week-end guest of Mr. AI Swenson. laid for twelve. .. . . . .. . .. .. The Laugh-a-lot Club girls met on Thursday evening of last week at the home of Miss Jane Rothwell. The members included the Misses Rothwell, Amy Jenkins Mary Nelsen, Margaret Short, Florence Holmes and Helen Rothwell. Miss Margaret Short will entertain Thursday of the coming week. can be. Tender and juicy, the choicest cuts of the choicest stock, it is easily digestible and full of nourishment for every member of the family. It's a wonderful feeling to be able to order meat by phone and know you'll get the best without substitution or delay. Get in with the satisfied ones today. CORNER MEAT &GROCERY Gilbert and O'Brien, Props. * .. .. • * * Dr. W. R. W10rley, prominent leading tenor <Yf Salt Lake will sing at the Union Meeting in Sandy, Sunday afternoon a the ffigh school. Mr. Worley is an excellent singer and we urge all that are interested to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Delroy Gardner are .. * .. receiving congratulations over the arMrs. D. L. Bowen rival of a son, born to them during meeting of the Clover the week. Mrs. Gardner was formerly Draper last Thursday. Ballard was hostess to Miss Irene Rich of Logan. hers. , * * • Miss Ella Tripp who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Louis McMaster Robert Miller Cleary of Bremerton, Wash, returned will spend the summer Mrs. Niels Nielsen. to her home in this city Tuesday. • • • Then you will realize just how unusually good, good meat Mrs. Alvin Lindahl was a Salt Lake visitor, Tuesday. . .. .. Shingles 100% Right for Re--roofing When your roof starts to leak, take our advice-and we speak from years of experience-put down a new roof- But get a roof that will last-a roof of Barrett Giant Shingles. These thick, tough shingles are extra large (12 x 14 inches). They're specially adapted for re-roofing-can be laid right over the old roof. This gives extra insulation against heat and cold and saves expense. EAST MIDVAI.E Misf\ Rose Reading had as her gues.t last week, her cousin, Miss Mary Miss Violette Sharp, Mr. Leo Hansen of Logan, Utah. Glover, Olive Swenson and Ruben Sh~rp enjoyed a campfire pat-ty in * * * A dance was given at the Baldwin Big Cottonwood canyon last WednesRadio last Wednesday evening in day evening. honor of Miss Gladys Walters, who will leave soon to spend the summer The Bishopric entertained aoout with her brother in Richmond. forty choir members at a strawberry * * • bust last Thursday evening. After a Miss Lexie Sundstrom had as he1· spicy rehearsal, g.a.rnes, music and guest last Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. dancing" were enjoyed. Mineer of Salt Lake City. • * * . '1. JOURNAL . . .. ;!fi!fi!:Fi!fi!:fi y; y; ~ attended the Leaf Club in Mrs. Henry twelve mem- y; of Salt Lake with Mr. and · Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beaver of East Miss Lenore McCloy who is attendForty eight South street announce ing summer school at the B. Y. U. at the arrival of a daughter, born to &ovo spent the week-end with her them a few days ago. Mrs. Beaver was parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick McCloy. formerly Miss Marga1-et Jennings of * * * Thirty-third South street. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Garrett were guests Sunday of Mrs. C. M. Young Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallace are of Salt Lake. 43 N. Main spending ten days in Provo Canyon. Mrs. Rachel Forbush was a guest Miss Madge Howe entertained at on Tuesday of her sister, Mrs. Marian a dancing party Friday evening of Hand of Sandy. • * • last week at her horne on Vine street in compliment to Miss Hope Gaufin, Mrs. D. L. Bowen entertained at a bride of Wednesday. dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. NeL A. Nielsen of South Jordan. Mrs. F. E. McMann of American .. • * Falls, Idaho has been the guest of Miss Maurine Hanm:on of Manti is R. 0. Simons on her way to Califor- spending a week or two with Dr. and nia to spend the summer. Mrs. M. Kilpa~. * * Mr. A. H. Rock returned from Moab * • * Mrs. Albert Glover Sr., had as her on Monday. Mt·s. Rock will accompany Mrs. Ray Arnold has as her guest guests, last Tuesday, Mrs. Mark him back on a weeks trip, WednesMrs. Byron Bird of Salt Lake. Bt·own of Provo and Mrs. Frank day. Mrs. J. R. Drink:wa:ter has as her Sharp of Lehi. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McDonald spent • • • Sunday afternoon as guests of Mrs. guest, Mrs. Katie Moran. * • .. Mrs. Lee Beckstead of Salt Lake Me Donald's mother, Mrs. J. N. Rock entertained a number of friends at of Salt Lake. Mrs. James Nelson and daughter, Margaret left Sunday for Portland, dinner Saturday evening among Mr. John Gustaveson visited over Oregon to spend three weeks visit- whom were Mr. and Mrs. E. Allen the week-end with his family. He is ing relatives. Bateman. employed in Southern Utah. .. .. .. . . . .. . • • • .. .. . The Home of Home Made Bread and French Pastry Phene 47 -J Bread, 3loaves for - !fi Cinnamon Rolls and Doughnuts, per doz. .. - - I 2Sc 20c ~ !fi y; !:fi~!fi!fi!fi!fi!fi!fi!fi!fi!:fi!fi~~!fi!fi!fi!fi!fi!fi!fi~ Mrs. Annie Greenwood of Salt Lake spent Sunday afternoon among her children who reside here. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Obon were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Margetts of Salt Lake last Friday evening. Misses Winifred and Isabel McDonald are guests of their gTand mother, Mrs. J. N. Rock of Salt Lake for this week.