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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
MIDVALE ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE ANY PEBSO:N FROM II (VAT/ON-WID£ INSTITUTION- 'NC. DEPARTMENT STORES MIDVALE, UTAH - 0 lin. M:. J. Jo-y entertained Wednes.. claF .IIUJJ,_~ed afternoon. The peste number- ING ON 'l'BE STREETS OF eiaht. VALE CITY, UTAH, WITH HIS WedDeaday ot last week, :Mrs. 1L R. FAC2 OR ANY PORTI 0 N Perm and lln. Geo. Goetz were the THEREOF COVERED BY A g1ieata of Mrs. Blanehe Bennington, MASK OR OTHER DISGUISE. of Salt Lab. ed • Miss Fern Lindsay return to Provo Sunday after spending the week "Be It Ordaiaecl B7 The Cit7 CoUDCil at her home in Midvale. Of M'd a1 C't Utah." Mrs. Alex Beckstead and son, Farol 1 Y 1 " e of Soldier Summit, spent the early SeC. 916x1. u:NLAWFUL TO part of the week here. . WEAR A MASK OR DISGUISE UPMr. ~ Mrs. Youngs Cutler will ON THE STREETS OF- MIDVALE entertain officers and te~rs of the CITY lt hall be wful :t' 0 r ~ D. S. S~day School Fnday even• . 8 . un1a . any mg at their home. l p.er~n e1~er smgularly or m assoMr. and Mrs. RufUs Ray are re- I clatlon ~th ot?er persons to appear ceiving congratulations on the arrival : or participate m ~y. parade assem- of an addition to their famiiy. I bly or demonstration m or upon any Mrs. Wm. Waters will entertain 1 of ~ .str~dts, par~ or hilo~her pu~'1" members of her club Monday of next plaCes m M•. val~ City, w . e weanng week at her new home on Center St. any rwu.:k, disgwse o_r deVIce whatsoKiu Lenore Jenkins is spending ev~ which shall be mten~ed or shall the week with relatives in Bingham. h;ave the effect of preventing the enMrs. Wm. Maycroft and daughter, tire face and featun:s of such pe;l'son Ruth, of Salt Lake, spent Monday of or .perso~~ from bemg a~ all times 1.1st week in Midvale. plainly VISible to the public. I Sec. 916 x 2. UNLAW~'UL TO APMr. and Mrs. Geo. Goetz and Mr. P~R IN P):(.Ot;J!;SSION Wl'fliOVJ. and Mrs. R. R. Fenn were among .l:'.t<.RMIT OF CITY .MARSHAL. It those who attended the Sousa concert shall be unlawful for any person to Wednesday eveJJing. !ippear in a parade or procession o.. Mrs. R. J. Patience entertained · Wlf nature whatsoever upon tho: playmates of her daughter, Dorothy, ,Meets of .Midvale t:ity, unless tnt: Thursday afternoon on her tenth person in charge of said parade or birthday anniversary. I p10cession sbali have first obtained a. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson of permit to hold said parade or proces- Holliday, were dinner guests Tues- · lilon trom tne l;tty J.UaJ~nal., lipcci.Ly- day evening of last week at the home mg the name of the perm~tee, the of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Roberts. ... dte upon which said parade or procession is to be he.ltl and tne pu1 ..,v'"ior which such parade or procession is ~ be held; provided, howt:ver tn..t this ordinance shall not be deemed to apply - to a funeral procession. ~gularly paued by the City Council ot llr1i<tvate (;ity, this :mu d~&y u~ i"ebruary A. D. 1926. I hereby certiiy that on this 2nu day of February, A. D. 1926 the above and foregoing ordinance W&li <.tuly approved by me.. L. A. PORTER, REXALL CHERRY BARK .Mayor. COUGH SYRUP I, .Mary B. Stokes, City Recorder, Excellent f o r of Midvale City, Utah, do hereby cercoughs, hoarsetify that the above and foregoing orness, sore throat, dinance was duly pasied by the '-'ity a n d bronchial ~ouncil of Midvale City on the 2nu. day of February, A. D. 1926, and wali catarrh. duly approved and signed by ~t; A combination .i.\!ayor. o f expectorant, Dated at Midvale City, this 2nd day soothing and of ~'ebl'uary, A. D. 1926. healing agents. MARY B. STOKES, City Recorder. 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Patent Pump For Growin• CMa $3.98 I Dec:pite the low price. whi h our large buying 1 pO\\ er secures, our shues a r e fine quality. This patent pump w1th decorated trap has uuLeatable ::;tyle. I $2. 69 1 Phyllis Freeman Age 14 8th Grade Herriman School A. J. Rees, Teacher A funeral was held in the Herriman wardhouse Saturday afternoon ior Mrs. :Mary Ann Tempest. A group of young people wem. .:~leighciding Saturday eveaing. A spelling contest was held in the upper grades Frida;y afternoon. 'l'nt.: .Jdds against the evens. The average of each side was taken which showed a score of 881-2 per cent to 88 4-5 per cent in favor of the odds. The loosers buy the peanuts next Friday. Mrs. R. W. Quick was hostess to members of her club Tuesday evening, Games were played. Mrs. H. E. Phelps and Mrs. A. A. Larson wou prizes. 1 Mrs. M. J. Joy entertained at 4inner Thursday of last week. Covers .vere laid for nine. Mrs. P. E. Sullivan was hostess at a luncheon Thursday given in honor of Mrs. W. H. McMullen, of Los Anaeles, who is visiting at the home 0 • her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hansen. Covers were laid for nine. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miaa Dorothy Bennett to Jesse M. Briggs, Saturday of last week. Mrs. J. W. Farmer was hoateaa to members of the U. A. Club Thursday evelling at her home on Lincoln St. A large number of Jordan Hig: School Students attended tiJ,e Souaa concert given Wednesday in sat' Lake. Mrs. A. P. Rasmussen was hostess at a f::~m·•,. dinner Wednesday even. intr of la t ·week given in honor of Mrs. P. C. Rasm'ussen on her birth day anniversary. Ill's. L._ A. Porter will entertain REXALL LAXATIVE ASPIRIN COLD TABLETS AMERICAM. @ Note: Box Office opens at 6 p. m. Length-11 Reels. First Show- 6 :30, Second Show-S :45. PRICES-15 AND 35 CENTS Six months in the making in the majestic Arizonacanyons. According to the New York Sun "The Vanishing American" is a film that reaches epic grandeur at Rexall Laxative Aspirin Cold Tablets Clear up the stuffy feeling ~d fever by keeping the bowels open -a very necessary condition for the successful treatment of colds. times, spectacular beauty at other times, 8lld deep , Where Quality Counts,- a. Midvale '"CI ft SW. Utah THE STORM to ward off the bitterness o~ the cold i Viola Beckstead 8th Edna O'Connor 8th GradE' trosty morning. :Soon a tog swep So. Jordan School .Midvale School Age 14 over the countrY, the cold broke tor Carolyn ay Teicher Miss Peterson, Teacher a time, and the snow began to tall. The South Jordan Sunday Sehool It was a small dreary cabin by the It came in soft, feathery flakes presented the ward with a very fasea. An old woman with her only covering houses, fences and fields teresting three-act !'laY entitled "An grand son, Jack, lived there. Years with a aowny, soft blanket. At noon Old Fashioned Mother." Two pernad passed since Jack's tather had , it ceased. The sun came out. The formances were put on Friday, one in sailed for the Indies in his ship, £11- world lay a great white sheet, glisten- the afternoon and aaother in the evzabeth. Since tnen word had come ing in the sun. ening. that he had gone down Wlth his ship. lt was late afternoon when the cold r The Seventh Grade of South Jor::;till Granny kept a light in her at- again became so intense that even dan went on a aleigh riding part)r tic years and years. ~ut rinaUy sue I the fire in the kitchen couldn't keep Wednesday evening. Two bob sleighs also gave up hopes and was salt ue- the windows from becoming coated took the crowd. Candy and nuta were .soia~ creature who sat bound up in with trost. The dogs froze in the served and everyone had a good time. ner previous years, au uay and piU'\ kennels the cattle noze in the bam. I Mr. and (Mrs. Charles Smith of of the night. Not so w1tu lltr g«utu- Woe to' any belated traveler abroad I West Jordan visited the Mutual of son, who worked and kept the house on such a day! But slowly the sun j South Jordan Tuesday evening. from being completely submerged in 1 sank, a great red disc in the western Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Wardle andesolation. But V.:ith all his wit he sky, and the cold gray day darkened rnounces the birth of a baby girl could not make his depressed grana- into night. mother smile. AN ENGLISH CLUB BASE BALL One night his Granny was sadder . u. s. MINE SCHOOL NOTES 1 GAME than usual and Ja4:·k himself dtdn'' · Fay Brown Age 14 feel very well. It was a horrible 1 u. s. Mine School 8th Grade LaPreal Bateman Age 14 night; the sea was •·aging and the Mrs. Elsie Nelson, Teacher Sandy School 8th Grade darkness fearful in the storm. The U. S. Mine school has had a Teacher, Miaa Winn When Jack finally went to bed he 1 perfect attendance this week. No one We often hear of the COIDDIOil onlf couldn't sleep. He tossed and turn- has been absent or sick. ~ base ball games bUt not aa ~ed until he thought he hAd better get 1 We expect to have an new pupil lish. claas base ball game. Thltn waa up. J!:ven then he was restlesa, he at the U. S. Mine school Monday, a Pitcher and batter, one for t:1MJ b011 couldn't take his mind off the storm; Grace Urban, who came from South and another for the girl&. T a.te&;;; the ships and the men that would I Dakota last week to live at the U. S. "!as asked a question eonce~ ERa· surely go down in the storm. Mine. 1iah by the pitcher. The plllie wu It was not until midnight that he Last Saturday night Laddie .Martin yery interesting. The girls MY· decided to put a light in the attic had a birthday party. He received mg a score of one to ~ 'l'lu. window to guide lost sailors through many lovely presents. The children game was played by the 8t.b. Grade the storm. Aftei' going to bed again played games until 10:30 and then a boys and girls last week. he seemed relieved but waa soon delicious luncheon was served. Bernice Holt 7 ..... awakened by TOices Jn tlae kitchen. The mine inspector from Salt Lake So. Jordan School 11:*1,.• On going down he aaw his grand- visited the U. S. Mine Wednesday and Carolyn Ba~, Telcllm:: mother in his &'I'&Ddfather's arms. found the mine in very good eondiThe ISecOnd Intermediate I I I ------ I I 1 ~~Fri-~~a~~~e~~ ~fi~~~~~;~;;~;~;s~~;~~~~~~~;;~~~~~~;;;;;~~~~~~ en •Qel~ee· like ~ I I · I prinei~ \M Tlleaday evening officers and teach- face. After greeting Jack his grand-! We have had spring weather at the of the M. E. Community Sunday father Aid, "Instead of saving U. S • .Mine the past week; but this 'JJII""·OI'i."pep>' and soakIt was a succeasful meeting to say School met in regular aeasion. A so- strangers by putting the light in the morning it started snowing so looks Water in a the least, and one of those 'gather- cial hour was enjoyed following the window, :you saved your own grand- like winter again. ings that calls for more. busineu meeting father." One of our sixth grade $tUdenta, the lordan High baaket ball ,_.. w.aa indulged Myrtle Brown is going to have a • •: PrinelJWI's Club the of North In Scoutdom, John Hosmer, 17, of The Jordan high school butetball A COLD DAY birthday party tomorrow night. AU Wfn.,a meet. of the SoutJlera ~- of the Troop 61, now has 61 awards, making team provided the biggest upaet of 1of her elau-matea are invited and we lt. waa llotl~ eonte..ted and him tbe p~mier scout in the state the year in the lordan divisie by de- Arnold Anderson llldvate School are anticipating a pod time. culminated :1!1 a VIctory for tJle 8911th aiid one of the ranking ones in the feating Gnntaville in a league camej7th Grade Feb. 2, 1926 1 ~realbeil!\!Iu~ * eountey. ViDcent Lowe, of tbe same by a deeiaiye aeore of 86 to 23. The The morning broke without a That you oa.n be considered a lo:>..l • !'~ te. tbe troop._ with 58 awards runa aeeond ~Jb! tbe Beetdigers Jarred the A hard dull bittemeas of cold swept · citizen when Y4JU boost your town , ~!htii41LJace hall where ili•JieQ!c wu eaJowcl aDd Bichud BUh, of Tlooop 89 is Gnm hoopRerll from off tbe top throqh the valley. '1'he f&l'lllftll at like the Florida people boost 1lheir of the e.-eaJnc. IthUd With 67. of the leqae sf:udiq. 1tbllir daily chorea, piiC8d up aDd down jiltalte. T We Win IRIS THEATRE Midvale Drug Co. • humanity at still other times." aun.l I ~J~~ s~h ri~g Tuesday qdll\;;0. . enne Oliver was cbaperoa. i Thurada:y the ofl'jqn of on ClaA eerved lunch ~ tiM~·· children. -i- Friday evening, Bluffdale a~~. South Jordab ty Firat. The S. B. S. girls were by 11118 Elva Naylor KOJIIdll~t1'"-.- ~ .-ra. C. C. BoliDe of ?iaiting her tlaqinp, Wardle.