|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
THE JOR.DAN EHUB FOR THREE DAYS she rode across the desert with the man who had bought her. She dream· ed of love but he crushed them with his viciousness until It's all told in "The Great Divide" JOURNAL FORCED into marriage, taken on a lonely threeday trip 8.Cl'088 the desert in Arizoaa, what was to become of this highly bred girl from the East? See "The Great Divide." ALWAYS AGOOD SHOW Hey! Kids! Jackie Coogan comes next SundayMondayTuesdayAug. 23, 24, 25 16-17-18.. I L-------------·· Smelter News The Great Divide Is Filmed in Desert West Jordan M~ You Can't Afford to Miss it. .."'. . -~~-r Prices fi!:li!fi!fi! .,.l!fill:::ilfi! fi!..... li!:fiYi! J.... fi! liYiYi! R:li!fi!fiYi IJ;...... Mrs. Z. C. Mitchell entertained at Mrs. John Cornwall and Mrs. K. H. ~Yi!:liYi!fi! fi! dinner Sunday, in honor of her bus- ' Norberg gave a shower at the home band's 53rd birthday anniversary. 96 of Mrs. Cornwall, of East Midvale, in :n FRIDAY AND SATURDAY guests were present. Out of to~·n honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum NordIt's Real Good Harold Bell Wright's guests were Mr. and Ml's. Bert M1t- berg. chell, Mr. and Mrs. Burtey Mitchell,: The following guests of West JorMr. and Mrs. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. dan were present; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Branley, Mr. and Mrs. Dome, Mr. and Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Sanborn's, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cooper, Browning, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mit- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper, Mr. and novel Clhell, Mr. and Mrs. Colmen, Mrs. Ma- Mrs. Wallace Bateman, Mr. and Mrs. ronia, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bolton, Mr. Charles Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Wheadon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bird, Mitdlell, and Mr. Melvin Mitchell, of Mr. George Wheadon, Seth Nordberg, Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bolton Hyrum Glover and Miss Alice BeckMr. and Mrs: Ray Bolton, Mr. and stead. Many beautiful presents were llrs. Walk, Mr. and Mrs. Thorenburg received and refreshments served. and Mrs. Hardy, of Granger, and Mr. The millennium will be here soon and Mrs. Vernal Mitchell and Mr. jlnd .Mrs. McDonald, of Magna, Mr. and after all uplifting begins where charalso ity does. Mrs. J. Smdth, of Murray. "Sure Mike" and "40th Door'' The idea· behind the Communists is What the average woman wants is . that if they can make the rest of the SUNDAY ONLY a strong, inflexible man who can be' world as bad as Russia, then Russia wrapt around her finger. be as good as any other country. "The Fighting Coward" M•. and A. E. Bucl<ley en..,_ tained at a ch.iclten supper last week The Painted Desert of Arizona, one J. J. Mulligan, superintendent of in honor of their little son's birthday of the wonder spots of the world, and the U. s.. Lead Refinery at Eaat ~i- anniversary. A cake holding two can- particularly of the Southwest, which caco, lncbana, spent several days VIs. iting tlhe plant and watching the dles formed the center p1ece, covers is barely known despite its beauty and wheels go around. Thi8 company is were laid for the following guests. Mr fascination, forms the settmg 10r a subakliary company oi the U. S. S. and Mrs. J. J. Williams and grand- some O'f the most important act.on B. and M. Co. daughter, Juanita, Mrs. Elzina Tut- of "The ureat lAvide" the Me~ro-• • • Goldwyn picture which is commg 1.0 tle, Mr. Bert Bucld.ey, Mr. and Mrs. th H B T .., _,._ M Denzil Watbs, of the Assay Office . . , . . e \.J beatre on .;u.....,...y, Qnua> is taking his vacation touring the William McBwan and son, Bllhe, Mr. and Tuesday, August 16, 17 and 1Htfi. state of Idaho in his baby LiDA:oln. and Mrs. Hugh Buckley and children "The Painted JJesert with all n::; • • • Calvin and Beulah. . wonder and mystery and lure ot color B. 0. .Jolmson is making prepara• • • and light and rentoteness, Wtl.h the to speDd a few days at Moon Mrs. 0. H. Bateman, Mrs. Lydia tang of high cool, lavender bloommg ;~~~-, Be - . • • to interest the fish Bateman, Ross and Lucile Bateman, mesas set hke islands ot l'Q<;.i(. in shlt•uw fly that he has invented. Miss Vesta Laneaster, motored to ing seas of gaudy colored sand, wt~h • • • Sa~t Lake, Thursday evening and were the romance and bhe adveuture anu. Ben Thomas, Wedge :furnace fore- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gloyde the movement ot the most picturesque man, baa just returned from a trip Bateman. horsemen in America." & this umtlo Butte, Montana, where he visited • • • que land is desCrJbed by ~es C. tebdiivea. The old Nash stood up well Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Walker ano Laut. for sUeh a long trip. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Youngdale are Land of the Nnajoe • • • receiving congratulations on the arri"Go up to the top of one of the re~ Frans LeDallbe:'rg, roaster foreman, val of daughters. sand knobs-you see these Nav!lj<> ia teldng hill -..cation roaming around • • •~ riders everywhere, coming out of their the CDUD.tr)' and visiting the " 'ole Mr. and Mrs. Aostin Peterson and houses among the • juniper groves, ~· 'ole." baby, Douglas, left Monday for Scipio, erossin~ the yellow plain, scouring Beauty of line and excellence of quality add to the attrac• • • where they will visit Mr. Peterson's down the dry arroyo beds, infinitesThe night may have a thousand eyes parents. tiveness of our showing of Fall Footwear•...Come here shopimal specks ot color moving at swift but the neighbors have twice as many. • • • pace across these seas of sand. Or ping before you buy. • • • Mr. Ottie Yates and Olive Yates, else you see Wlhere at night and lllDl'nSee the newest goods arriving daily. Our prices are in Ray Allsop, assayer, wUl taJr.e two Mrs. Lydia Bateman, Mrs. Orlo Ba.tc- ing the water comes through the arroaccord with the new policy of low margins and quick tumweeb at home and rest up a bit. man, motored to Brigham City Sat- yo bed in pools of silver, receding over. It is being talked throughout the valley that "You Home is a good place in which to urday where they visited Mrs. Lydia only during the heat of the day; out can do better at Booth's" stay. Bateman's mother, and attended the from the ochre rocks that screen the • • • last day of the American Legion .Con- desert like the wings of a theatre. Howard H. Hays, bas been added vention. the clerieal force and at present is • • • Stewart EdwaTd White, author and in the warehouse. Mrs. Armi~ta Egbert and daughter big ga1me hunter, killed a leopard • • • . Ida, ~ft Friday of last week for with his bare bands. The dry offiKemay Vincent, the smiling mk Thatcher, Idaho, where they expect cials should draft him to tackle the llliapr o:f the office, bas been vacat- to visit Mr. and ~rs. C. Smith for 3 blind tigers. ag around the country and putting weeks. Mrs. ~m1th was formerly in hia time. Miss Ethel Egbert. Tuesday evening and was dinner • • • • .• • guest of Mrs. Glen Egbert of Magna. Al White, warehouse clerk, hasn't Mr. and Mrs. Roland Page and A large number of people fro.n here mw:h to do so he is inventing a new family, of Riverton, vi.sited Mr. and I joined Bingham friends at Liberty l'adio to be operated by his Ford. Mrs. James A. Bateman last week. I Park Friday and spent Utah C-oppet Mr. and Mrs. William Pixton and fam Field Day. Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson of Oak- ily of Walpalo, Idaho, were dinner • • • lud, Idaho, anoounce the birtJl of a guests Monday after which they all Miss Ella Nordberg is visiting Mrs. "-'dlaugb.tefl', Mrs. Anderson was former- formed a party and motored to Salt James Farmer, at Bliss, Idaho. ~ "Thirty Years of Plugging" ly "111iss Rea Holland, of Sandy. Lake and attended a theatre. j • • • • • • • • • 1 Mr. Randol Walker had the mislliss Nora Lydick, of Salt Lake bas Miss Reta Gardner, who has spent 1 fortune to break his ann near the ;.. tlautP'lt in the Sandy School the past the last year in California, is home 1 wrist Saturday afternoon while at few yean visited friends her Tuesday on a vis~t. She expects to remain w.ork in the railroad shops at Salt prior to her leaving . to attend the, here for about 2 JMnths before re- Lake. ~'Unh·eradty of Southern California. J turning to California. • • • • • • ' • • • Mrs. Charles Beckstead and Edna Miss Hazel Jensen, Miss Phylli.s Mrs. R. Nelson, of Seattle, Wash. Malstrom attended a party at Sandy Vblteent, Miss Eliza Clyde and Miss was the guest of Mrs. L. Pearson last given by the mutual board in honor Monahan entertained at a week. of Rutlh Jorgensen who will soon leave La.Wll Party Friday evening at the • • • for a mission. home o:f Kiss PhyiUs Vincent. ProMelva Gardner left for Blaekfoot, • ~ve games were played and the, Idaho, Sunday, to visit Miss Nora Mrs. Catherine Toifey, of Monroe, "llrliUJR won by Miss Ardella Lloyd and Jones for 2 weekls. is here visiting relatives for some BM'Old Nielson. Supper was ser•· • • time. .Mrs. Toifey was formerly Cath to 35 Mrs. Ada Goodrldh joined a party erine Beckstead. I FRIDAY & SATURDAY Jack Hoxie in "The RED RIDER" Ha•old Bell a ht' s I a :will -~ j Footwear for All Booth Mere. Co. ---=:.....---------- Note the Cast: Ernest Torrance, Mary Astor, Noah Beery 8lld Cullen Landis MONDAY,TUESDAY,WEDNESDAY You will like it as well as "The Covered Wagon", RegtUiar Prices Long trains of covered wagons winding Silowly into the land of adventure, with hardship and danger lurking in t'he distance. A stirring drama of the powerful men and valiant WOOlen who struggled to build a new empire. Interwoven with a love tale tlhat will hold you enthralled. ,_ _ Reliable Merchandise Since135l • • LEVI STRAUSS Clara Bow Robert Frazier Makers of Two Horse Waist Overalls A new Pair FREE if They lip Of IRIS THEATRE 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 the FORDSON traetor together with an Oliver plow and harrow on easy terms, an advantage every farmer will really a ppreciateo. With this equipment, increase your crop profits sufficiently to make extremely easy the long deferr-ad payments which your FORD dealer will arrange for you. You can spread the coet oyer two Fall payments or secure a discount by paying the balance even sooner if you wish to do so. COOPER'S MIDVALE Community store will be open for business about August 25. In time for your purchases for School Goods C. j. RIDD MOTOR CO. LINCOLN-FORD-FORDSO N Wait for us and save money /.. Bajoy aa outinK in Salt Lake City durinc the Second Annual Frontier Roundup. See the createlt accre~ation of cowboy•, cowcirll, jockeys, ropers, balldoccera and trick performera in existence. BnJOY the thrill• and tpill• of the nation'• moat picturesque roundup. Twenty-five event• each day. Cath prizea total $15,000. Three and a half boars of fun aad ezdtement. Don't miaa it.l Reduced ratea on aU railr~da. Fine hotel accommodatioDL For reaervationt addrea SECRETARY FRONTIER ROUNDUP Chamber of Commerce J ~- -· Salt Lake Cit7 A SNAP 124 foot LOT on Third Avenue Sewer and Sidewalk Paid ~ce--$500-Terrns DAN RADOVICH Midvale, Utah Phone 274 0 ....