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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
. THE JORDAN I ·~ JOURNAL Miss June Srnart Reviews First Organization -Brigham Young THE SURE WAY· There is one sure way to avoid Autoing. Troubles. Have us look over your CAR periodically and regularly. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. B. J. O'CONNOR E. E. ELIESON 0 & E Electric Service E. Center Phone 21'3 MIDVALE, UTAH By Special Co'ft'eapondent A special conjoint meeting of the M. I. A. was bel~ Sunday evening for the purpose of revising historical r~ ords and officers of the organization from the time of its First organi:zlng by Brigha1.11 Young in 1877. A number of Ward Officers who are now in East Midvale Ward were present. , M1sa Anna Johnson gave a history of every corps e>f ol'tlcers serving in the- Ward since its first organiz.at1on _ alld down to the present time. · The first organization of Y. L .. M. completion of the new Chicago I. A. by Br1gham Young was g1ven I Union Statton marks a noteby Miss June Smart and the Y. M. l worthy accompllshment in the history M. I. A. was given by Mr. Harold , of important engineering undertakings, Jensen, interspersed with musical.: from which travelers from all parts of numb«s. , the United States will derive pleas' ure and bene1it. I The stat,ion is without doubt one of i the 1inest and most eftlelently designed 1railroad terminals in the ~rid. It ' forms a vital link In the realization of "Lucile Bateman, Correspondent :the ''Chicago City Beautiful Plan." SimI plicity, accesslblllty and convenience Mr. E. M. Olson and family motor-) for the traveling public are the essened to Le.hi and Saratoga Springs, Fri-' tlal virtues of the new terminal. Rest day and spent the day. j and recreation rooms, ticket otft.ces, • • •' , barber shop, dining rooms, stores of Ida Egbert is spending the week at various kinds, and almost every conMa a as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. venience known to travelers, are to be Ha:d Egbert. found on the one level, no steps to • • • climb. The main station Is a low monumenSan Irene Olson spent Sunday in f Ar Ohl tal type of bulldlng with a row of dy as guest o Ice .son. massive columns of classic design edl s dm was est · along the entire east front. Once InMiss Ros a tea an (1\\l' side, the traveler finds himselt' in a ()L Mrs. Al,bert• ~e, .. Monday· gigantic waiting room more than 100 Lak feet high and brllllantly lighted Miss Etheline Gardner 0 f Sa It . e through skylights in the great arch ,s spending a w-eek as guest of Ora celllng. Colonnades 1Jlclose the room, 1~d.nlayson. the walls of which are patterned after • • • I the architecture of anrlent Rome. Bor• • dering this room are the ultra-complete Misa Wanda Potter, ot Park City, passenger terminal facilities. An lun()o is visiting with Sadie Dwight, for vatlon in railway terminal design Is a several weeks. eQnference room accommodating 126 • • people, which Is available, without Miss Arvilla Richardson held the lucky number at the tent show s~ day night, which won the Grand pnze of a 84 piece set of Silver Ware. MIDVALE BAKERY • The Home of Home Made Bread and French Pastry THE ch11rge, to patrons of the Union Station lines tor conferences and other meetings. To give some Idea of the Immensity of the new station, It may be stated that the m11ln building covers an area of shout three acres with a conrourse covering 60,000 square feet. The en· tire terminal facllltles cover more than 35 acres and wlll expedite the prompt and satisfactory handling of 60,000 passengers, 400 tons of baggage and 300 trains dally with room tor future expansion. FlftE>en acres of glau were used In the various coverinp over the train sheds, which extend more than 1,200 feet beyond the main structure. A total of 17,000 tons of structural steel, 175,000 cubic feet 'of Indiana limestone and 10,000 cubie feet ~f granite were used 1Jl the sta· tlon bulldtn~ and coneoursE.>. The foundation consists of 449 eyllndrlcal con· crete piers from four to ten feet ID diameter, reaching to a depth of more than 60 feet below the level of the Chlrago river. Those who have had the privllep ot inspecting the new station pronounce It a marvel In terminal coostructlon and are urging their trlenda to see It on their next vtslt to Chicago. The station Is used JolntlJ by the Pennsylvania Railroad: Chicago, Mil· waukee & ~t. Paul Ry,; Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R., and the Chicago & Alton R, R. WEST JORDAN Oliver Plow and Oliver Disc Harrow One Fourth Down. ·Two Years On Balance This Special Offer Lasts Only to August 27th. Now you can buy thP FORDSON tractor together 1with an Oliver plow and hanow on easy terms. an advantage every farmer will really appreciate. With this equipment, increase your crop pJ'IOftts sufficiently to make extremely easy the long deferred payments which yOIUr FORD dealer wUI arrange for you. You can spread the cost over two Fall payment& or secure a di~~eount by payiar Cbe balanee .evea sooner if you wish to do so. C. ]. RIDD MOTOR CO. LINCOLN-FORD-FORDSON Midvale, Utah. Next Door to Journal Office. I I • • • • • Bread, 3 loaves for - - Cinnamon Rolls and Doughnuts, per doz. - - thout the laboring man this bank and every other bank in the country would be useless. Our very ex'7 istenei! depends upoP our active and earnest co-operation Labor and Banking • ID Driving Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harper and children, Kathryn and Anlllis, au.o Mrs. Grace Nelson, and daughter, .lAna, of Pleasant Grove, were runner lillests of Mr. and Mrs. CharJes Webber Sunday. .. Mr. and Mrs. William Tham'as, and family, of Blackfoot and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Pixton and family of ~alpalo, Idaho, spent the week end w1th Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pixton. . . labor. you to come We welCIOme here at any time to consult us upon financial .. . 20C !fi 1 wJ;th Miss Olilie Warner was hostess at a chicken dinner Sunday. Th-ose who enjoyed the affair were Florence and Grace Lancaster, Mable Warner, Sadie Dwight and Gwi!nth Silcox. ' 25c y;y;y; !fa-mfi~~!fi!fiYiy;y;y;y;y;~ • • • Safety I Phone 47-J 43 N. Main Midvale State Bank c.IJulJUBt MIDVALE. UTAH- 19·20~11·21 Salt Lal\.e Ci REDUC:ED ON RAILROADS RATES matters. All MIDVALE I bers of the Unity Club at her home last Wednesday evening. After the busy hour the followling guests enjoyed a very dainty luncheon; Mrs. Golda Soffe, Mrs. Rachel 1 Forbush, Mrs. Melva Evans and Ml\S. Mr. and Mr.s. Geo11ge Dimond and The stage is being rapidly set for Alice Burgon. dily family, of Salt Lake, visited Mr. and the big wild-west classic, officially known as the Second Annual Sa!t Mrs Robert Dimond, Sunday. · • • • Lake City Frontier Roundup. Thts M . 'and Mrs. Linol Henson, cxf Lark, year, as last, there will. be four fulf days of the fun and excitement, Aug. ~ Wllham Houghton, of Eureka, were ust 19 to 22. That it will exceed last Ment guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Yates year's show in spectacular interest, last week. numbers participating in. the contes~a • • • and crowds attending-Is the conf1· Willard Malstr<ml and family left dent belief of the c~mmittee in charge. for Bryces Canyon Monday. mol'Illing The Roundup w~ll be produced at to comlplete the silver purchase under and. Clyde A_· Helle1·, Nevada; F. M. the Utah State Fa1r Grounds, where the Pittman act. . ' 1Smith, Washmgton, and Jesse MeDonwhere they Wlll spend a week or more. there is plenty of room for the big Practically all of the members of aid, Colo:ado; Jerome J .. Day, Ida:lw; 36 W. Cent~r Street • • • riding, roping and bulldoggin_g areTnha, Arrangements for the meeting of rd . f h . 1 Robert E. Talley, of Anzona; C. F. Mrs. Ada Goodrich arrived home and a fine oval course for racmg. e officers of the Silver Producers asso- the boa of directors o t e assoo1a- Kelley and F. H. Brownell, of New Saturday erening from an extended new concrete and steel grandstand is oiation in Salt Lake August 10 are tion have signified an intention of at- York, directors at large. trip to California, where she visited now completed, with a seating capac- rounding into shape. The principal tending the meeting on August 10. her children. She spent some time ity of 10,000. There are bleachers . M ber h. f h b d . enough to accommodate a .few more matter t:<' come ~p Will be proposed ern. s IP o t e . oar 1s as folat West-Wood, Oakland, Frisco, Croc- thousands. All in all, the fatr grounds . congressional act1on for the purchase lows. W. Mont Ferr~, F. Y. RobertWa.red Anxiety ket, Pittsburg, and many other places are an ideal place.. . . of 14,500,000 ounces of silver by the son and Walter Fitch, Sr.,. Utah, L. Nothing In life Is more remarkable BE WISE of interest. She has been g·one six The program w11l follow, m the government for $1 an ounce. It is 1 0. Evans and Charles Bockmg, Mon- than the unnecessary anxiety which 1weeks and enjoyed her trip very main, the l!nes of last ~ear. Each claimed by the silver producers that tana; A. M. ~orris, Ariwna; Alfred we endure and generally occasion ourAnd Buy the I much. day there w~ll bt; twenty-five or dmore the government failed by that allll()unt Harrell, California; John G. Kirchen, !Of!lves.-Reaconsfield. events offenng hberal cash ~w~r s to winners and numerous mctdental Misa Edna Nelson, of Flleasaiit tricks, feats and stunts sandwiched in. Grove is a guest of Misses Margaret Everything that properly belongs _to and Eva Webber. a roundup will be provided at 1ts • • • No expense is being ~pared to THAT SATISFIE S 1 Mr. Brandon Woole, of Los Ange- best. bring to Salt Lake the best r_tders and ropers in the country. W1ld herds M les, is visiting wit h Mr. and rs. from the ranges will be captured and Robert Pixton. corralled for the roping and bulldog• • • ging numbe_rs. The meanest h?rses Mr. and .Mrs. Oren Beckstead en- now roving in untamed herds w1ll be tertained at a chicken dinner Satur- headed through the chutes to chatMidvale day in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mo.ss lenge the mettle of riders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. _. ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. , ._ _ _ _ _ _. . : ~<'...l.. f s lt Salt Lake City will be prepared to "" Egbert, Mr. Robert ~..ert, o a entertain a vast throng of visitors. Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Raddon, Last year proved beyond do~bt tJ:tat Mr. and Mrs. H-enry Egbert and Min- the Frontier Roundup has nabon-w1de erva Egbert. patronage. The towa was full of • • • tourists who happened at the lucky Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pin and fam- time or logged their. trips purposely · ily Mrs. Clara Swan and Miss M. to be here for ~he btg show. Then there were the tmmense crowds that Srn1th, of Salt Lab, were dinner came from all points of the Interpests of Mr. and Mrs. John Stead- mountain region. Even larger throngs assortmen~ man, Sunday. · are expected this year. A roundup is Ford AeeesSorles, 00, Gas, Tires, Tubes • * • a thing to see over and over agamM d 'M Jl088 Egb rt and no two da,ys are alike. The unex- Small Hardware, Brooats, lfiscellaueous Items r. an rs. e pected happens at each new performMrs. Cl.a.ra Egbert wereguests of aiiiCe. It is the keen suspense of ALWAYS OPEN Mrs. Henry Egbert last week. wondering what will be the outcome • • • in each contest that keeps the specM"'vale, Utah Mr. and Mrs. John Steadman, Mr. tators on their toe~. . d .... _ N 1 The railroads wtll offer reduce and Mrs. Rupert Silcox and ..,.dy e o, f t S lt L ke City for the Fron• ~=·friends and relatives at Lark, tt::sRc?u_n_d_up_._a_-~:__~ -The ·several different accessories which we offer for your car mean more th&ll just adornment. Each one is sturbuilt fGr a definite purpose and it adds its share to your greater safety in driving. Then too, our REPAm Departwith the fixed charge system is at. YOUR SERVICE • • • I SECOND FRONTIER ROUNDUP TO BE BIG AFFAIR STORE SILVER PRODUCERS TO MEET SOON MIDVALE GARAGE Feed & Seed M. L. McNamara, Prop. Phone Mid. 4 7-w Midvale, Utah I ••• I FLOUR lI West Jordaa Fall Fabrics of Unusual Beauty Milling Co. Visit Frank Soter's I '. the growth of the Journal, Mrs. ' In patterns and in colors, these Fabrics for Fall sur- . pass in beauty and any collection we have previously offered for your approval. We welcome you to come aid see them soon. Our name is the guarantee. • ••• William Crooks and children, Mrs. Horace W. Burgon of Salt Lake, Mlr. and Mrs. John Steadman, Rosella ~n. and Mrs. Eliza. HOU!iek. were dinne1· guests ol Mr. and Xra. Albert Rose Monda)r, Entertains Recreation Committee Members Mrs. Horace W. Blll'lgon entertained a few Recreation Committee mem- ''Thirty Years of Plugging" Midvale, Utah 0.