|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
·-· THE JORDAN ... JOURNAL ~~~~~~~~~;~~~~~5~~~ffi~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ PROGRAM Committees LY1 Reid Beck, Spes•ker of the Day. H. C. Parduhn, Master of 19 2 5 Hyrum Stocking, Readings, Lee A. Palmer, Chairman, Publicity Patriotic Committee. Entertainment at the South Jordan Opera House. S. A. Holt, Chairman, Sports Committee. 12:00 Noon. Hot Dogs and Refresh- ments at the South Jordan W. E. Brockbank, Chairman He- Park. Served from 12 to 6 p. m. Continuously. ::-:outh Jordan Ward. Cetemonics. 10 :30 Songs, Bishop, freshments Committee. Everybody Elof Nelson, Chairman, Decoratin•: invited. Committee. 1 :30. Games and Sports of all kinds for all ages. Clarence Prizes for the Beckstead, Chairman, Park Arrangements. Winners. Elmer Palmer, 3:30. Ball Game. Chairman, Danr" Committee. 9:00. Dancing at South Jordan Opera House. GOOD COME MUSIC ers 00 COME~~~COME :~~~~!!:ffi~~~ffi!gfi~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~tlffi~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i MIDVALE MURRAY SAND\ I. LESTER Artificial Ice PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE Office--6500 State Street Phones-Midvale 175-J, Murray 445 You Can TeII 'Em Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Jensen and baby be sentenced to spend a day in close motored to Mantua Sunday and spent confine~ent at the rate of a day for each mile. the day visiting relatives in Mantua and Brigham City. * * "' There are many ways by which an The driver who whizzes around a The visiting teacher~ of the Secautomobile driver may be judged as I street corner is a fit subject for the ond Ward Relief Society surprised a good or bad <hivet:. It. is n?t al- whipping post. He or she should be and banquetted the officers and class ways necessary to ride wtth h1m to . . . leader of the soeietr in the Second determine his ability or me'lltal make- ptlloned 1 ~ the hot sun on a summ~r up, either. Just obo;erve the little day for eJg~t hours. at some promt- Ward Chapel Tuesday aftemoon. Miss Maud Egbert of West Jordan details, and you will know the man nent street mtersect10n, where eve.ry and Mr. Clydee Racldon were married or woman instanter. ~a.sserby could. get a look at the hvin the Salt Lake Temple, Wednesday. * * * mg example of pure !(..tssedness. • * * . If the fenders and the car are full of dents, set it down that the driVIer Columns have been w~·1tten about is a road hog. Good drivel1S are lia- the road hog,. but we still have. the ble to suffer at the hands of the care-1 1'0ad hog.. Ditto all the other km~!s less drivers of other cars, but their I a!ld speci~s of ~ogs, and. they st~ll dents are few and have been smooth- nde by wit~ then· nos~s m ~he an·, ed out by the repair man. and see nothtng but thetr own Import* * * ance. - YOUR COIFFURE MAKES A DIFFERENCE "My Work Is My Reference" Ermil Beauty Shoppe 13 North Main Street "Distinctive Hairdressing" , \ I .. ' \ ' I .. '- \l I ~ / • \ • ' I The Second Ward Primary officers will ente11:ain at an othe1· old time dance in the amusement hall Friday night. Every one is inviter! to attend The admission is 50c a couple. Mrs. A. M. Nelson, Mrs. A. G. Cusling, Mrs. Van Dam, Miss Atha and Alice Burkin.shaw were guests at a shower given at the home of Mrs. Fred Sjoblem of Draper Monday evening in honor of ::\Iiss Melba Dow, sister of Mrs. Sjoblem, a June bride. • * • . If the car is ~arked carelessly, .an.d I Verily, the automobile is responsi~awuned up . agamst t~e n~xt cal • 1t bLe for more carelessness, more crime. Is a su_re thmg the dnveQ' 18 reckle;;s more general cussedness than Whiskey otherwiSe. ever nro<.luced in men or women, and * * * t' is directly respon;;ible for more vioIf the driver pulls away from the lent deaths and maimed limbs. Yet cu1·b with a , flourish, he is an Alecky there are more and more automobiles daredevil and sooner or later he v.rill sold every day. kill somebody or himself. * • • * • * And the automobilists ask: "What If the driver starts his car with a are you going to do about it?" deafening racket that can be heard "We answer: "Nothing. What can be a block away, and drives with his done about it?" cut-out wide open, set hffi:l down as a bull-headed ignoramus that never will Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dewey will know machinery or how to handle it. make their home here. They have seHe would sing a ballyhoo at his cured the home of Mrs. Benson in the mothers' funeral. Third Ward. Mr. Dewey has signed up to teach in Midvale. * * * If the driver hun·ies across an in* * * tersection, t·egarclless of the number Mrs. Emily Brown and family of of people on the crossings, he would Provo were guests of Mr. and Mrs. defy any Jaw. He's in no real huiTy, Carl Gustaveson the past week. Mrs . for he never has any particular place Brown made her home here two years to go. ago and has been visiting friends • * • here. If a drive1· tries to pass the car ahead of him in a traffic jam, you 'fHERE'S ONE THING WE KNOW can depend upon it he or she is bound for a killing, either as the killer or WE CAN DO-MAKE THE BEST killed, and everybody hopes it will be MALTED MILK IN TOWN the reckless. drive11:. * * * If a driver cuts through a parade he is lacking in the first attributes of decency, and will just as readily stop a funeral procession if it gerves to attract all eyes to himself. He's just a poor boob that has had no "bringing up." * * * IT'S DANGEROUS to Ncol"t Your Car INSURE YOUR CAR The cheapest insurance -good oils and greases B. J. O'Connor :Exi~e BATTERIES We Handle Veedol Oils and Greases E. E. Elieson 0 &E Electric Service ZS E. Center Phone 272 Midvale, Utah If possessed of a speed mania, in the city or out of town, the sooner he is killed the better off others will be. In the days of the horse, the ordinary speed of the city auto would mean a 1·unaw.ay horse, and people would flee the streets in a huny. * * * If you see a car spattered with mud all the year at'Ound just size up the diive1· as a sloven, intent upon getting by, merely, wi'tfuout ev:en a bath for himself. • • • The good driver takes pride in his car and handles it at all times so as to avoid accidents to his car, himself or to others. He has regruxl fo'l' the rights of the pedestrian, road ruLes and city ordinances. He would not think of honking his horn near a house where a funeral service is being held or crepe is displayed, nor in the vicinity of a hospital. He is hu<man. • * • If you want to buy, sell or trade, try a want ad A fine of a dollar a mile fl()ll· speeders it too light a penalty. They should Howard E. Phelps 17 N. 1\IAIN STREET • Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Smith \\ere thE' guests at a Cafateria dinner, 'l'uesda~ evening at the home of Mr. a Id Mn. L. Cahoon of Holliday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nehon ·etumed home la;;t week from a two weeks visit to Shelley, Idaho. 1\lrs. V. Bateman and chi1dt'€n of Salt Lake were guest:. o" Mrs. Bateman's parent~, Mr. and Mrs. R. MarTow.