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everybody's cooperation," an MY Music Students To F spokesman said this week, "and we are very eager to raise Report Monday AM Methodist Youth To enough money to take the entire All students interested in takWash Cars, Seek To membership to the camp this instrumental music instrucing summer." tion during the summer have Attend Summer Camp ft been requested to meet at West In order to raise funds for Keams school on Monday, May attending the "Crusader Camp" 28th, at 8 a.m. at the YMCA site above Kamas, Verlan Braithwaite, instructor Utah in June and August, memof music in the school, will then Felbers of the Methodist Youth set up classes. lowship of Kearns have scheduled a car wash for Saturday, June Thursday, May 24, 1956 Page 4 Kearns Girl Hit By Car, Escapes With Minor Hurts r old Kearns girl escaped serious injury Monday evening when she was struck Sy an automobile at 5151 West 5740 South. Jean Gill, 4141 West 5740 So,, was the victim and Sheriff's officers said she darted into the path of a car driven by Evelyn Bea-ma41, 4103 West 5740 SouUi. The tot suffered head lacerations, shock and bruises. A four-yea- ; Catholics In Ritual For Church Hall Hicks Is New Bishop Takes First Legion Head On 2nd. Location will be 4565 West 4925 South and the wash will begin at 9 a.m. and last throughout the day. The charge for cleaning and washing will be $1 per car. "We'll certainly appreciate n, Eagle Want Ads (UTAH) EAGLE MURRAY t Kosults! FINEST Monday Spade Ground was broken Tuesday morning in an 11:30 a.m. cerehall mony for the new to be erected in connection with St. Francis Xavier Catholic church in Kearns. The Most Rev. Duane G. Hunt, Bishop of Salt Lake, lifted the first spadeful of earth before a gathering of church and civic officials from this area. The hall, which will cost an estimated $100,000 will be situated at 4501 West 5215 South, which is the northwest corner of the church property. Its construction will leave adequate room for recreation and parking facilities on the property. Architect's plans call for the structure to be 124 feet in length and 52 in width with space for a gymnasium, kitOLD CROW chen facilities, classrooms and living quarters for the custodian. On hand for the ground-breakinVnwn Stwuom in addition to Bishop Hunt, were Fr. Mark O. Benvegnu, pastor of St. Francis church; Rt. Rev. Msgr. Martin Burke, pastor of St. Vincent's of Murray; Rt. FRANKFORT, KY Rev. Msgr. Patrick McGuire, pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes, Salt Lake; Fr. Charles Freegard, pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes, Magna; Fr. Robert Pollock, of the Intermountain Catholic Mackin, president of Register; mm the Men'sAlClub of the Kearns church; Mrs. J. P. Brennan, presf ident, and Mrs. Floyd Bircum-shavice president, of the St. Francis Altar Society; Mesdames Al Mackin, Pat Langron, Harold Johnson, Clement Cararelli, Messrs. William Beaudry, Bruck Fol-soand Ed McCowan Hunt, as well as Mrs. Rex Oberhansley, representing the Kearns Town Council. KENTUCKY BOURBON EVER PUT INTO GLASS! 3b 86 PROOF sir Ken t u cky S traigh t Bourbon Whiskey OLD CROW DISTILLERY CO., DIV. OF NATIONAL DIST PROD. CORP., DeLisis Ends As Post Commander Clarence Hicks was elected commander of Kearns post 132, American Legion, during a regular meeting held Wednesday night, May 16th. He succeeds Leonard DeLisis in the No. 1 position of the post. Other officers elected include Jack Mitchley, first vice commander; Lloyd Coley, second vice commander; Vivian Elliott, chaplain; Glen Brixey, historian; Bysergeant-at-armron Humphreys, Berdell Blair, LeRoy Alexander and Tom Larson, members of the executive committee. Mr. DeLisis will serve as senior executive committeeman. Named adjutant by the new commander was Roy Cooke. New officers will be installed at the next regular meeting on Wednesday, June 6th, starting at 8 p.m. On hand for the meeting in the community center will be the commander of the Legion's eighth district. Those interested are invited to attend. s; Kindergarten Start On di-t- or If m West Kindergarten To Makeup On Saturdays MONEY TROUBLE? NO VACATION? it will be necessary to hold classes on Saturday, June 2nd, and Saturday, June 9th, as a makeup measure, Principal Max Jackman of West Kearna school, announced this week. The session of kinder garten will close on July 6th. six-we- MURRAY FINANCE CORP. littie old Chauna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil J. Kimberly, 4591 Weat 5540 So., six-ye- ar 4962 South Siate AM was guest of honor at a birthday party at her home Tuesday. rSJl YOUR PHONE ORDER TODAY AM 6-35- . Monday At Southside ft WSCS Installs New Officers W. S. C. S. installation of officers was held Monday night at the Kearns Methodist church Parsonage, under direction of Mrs. H. T. Poole and Mrs. Glen Taylor, Ogden and Mrs. A. A. District and Conference officers, Brunner, Mrs. H. H. Odell and Mrs. Roy Cabell, both of Salt Lake. Mrs. Brunner had the honor of being the Installing Officer. Robert Burroughs, president ; Mrs. Richard Johnson, vice presi-Neofficers going in are Mrs. dent; Mrs. Ronald Toogood, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. John Matthews, Missionary education secretary; Mrs. Russell Andrews, social relations. At the conclusion of the Installation services, refreshments were served by hostesses, Mrs.. Vi Pearson and Mrs. Burrough, to 20 ladies. W. S. C. S. denotes Women's Society of Christian Service. w the PROWLER . , . with . . . little things a nose for the up 'n down State street The new Topps Drive Inn, to tort nt 4750 So. State, Will be opened within two to three weeKS, me rruwicr icamo. be owned by Pete and Wilma Bordeaux and a branch of their Salt Lake location which has been in operation nine years. Those who know say Topps' "speak for themhamburgers selves". That's something you folks will have to decide for yourselves, though. The Prowler has 'nuf trouble being a coniseur of news, much less food. . . . young fellow who recently came here from St. George. equally-pleasa- nt prowler Judge Phil Hansen sporting two new additions this week. One's a sizeable cast on a finger, the result of meeting a finger-firs- t during a workout in preparation for the Murray City Softball League season. The other is one of those new- soft-ba- ll fangled telephones in your automobile. With a flick of the wrist, (Prowler, Page 8 Col. 1) prowler Talk up 'n down State street the semaphore so frequently sug-i- s more favorable than ever to gested by the city administration at 56th South. No doubt the misold boy hap involving a there last week had the effect of making folks realize there's no use closing the barn door after the horse is out and the time to get that semaphore innot when the stalled is now State Highway Department is ready to concede there might be a death because there's no protection at that locale. prowler Bob Vance, that friendly young man who's been in charge of the downstairs store at Penney's for the past two years, will leave this week to work in the Provo store of the Penney organization. His new dutiea will be as head of the Ladies Wear Department, a "jump" in rank with the firm. Replacing Bob in the Murray store will be Darwin Gilger, an SOLVED CARPET CLEANING PROBLEM Research now has the answ- er to carpet and upholstery cleaning with the new pro- duct. Blue Lustre. It is completely safe for your finest carpets whether woolen, ray- on, nylon or cotton. The nap is left open and fluffy as colors return to their original beauty and lustre. No residue remains to cause rapid resoiling. Clean entire carpet or just spots and traffic lanes with Blue Lustre and a long handle brush. One-hagallon of odorless Blue Lustre concentrate cleans three 9 x 12 rugs. lf OTTLEY DECORATING 120 Vine -- Am New Floor Care Ends Waxing "1 ft One of the difficult jobs of housekeeping is to wax linoleum and asphalt tile floors. Now, thanks to Glaxo, it's no longer necessary to wax and scrub; just apply Glaxo about twice a year. ii maintains a. mgii msue, huh slip coating that seals out dirt. Glaxo dries in one hour and is water clear. It's cheaper than wax in the long run, besides saving a terrific amount of work plus li uiy a ucaui.ii.Ui iiwi. Summer kindergarten will begin Monday, May 28th, at the McDougal-Macka- y new South Kearns elementary school, it was announced this week. Newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. RuThe kindergarten session had J. McDougal, greeted recepearlier been' planned for the East bin tion guests Monday evening at Kearns school. West Jordan Stake Center. ft Earlier in the day the bride, the former Miss Ann Mackay, exchanged wedding vows with her bridegroom in rites solem111 II f Y UN (IKn 1 Nli nized in the Salt Lake Temple, C&vvg Hosts at the reception honoring A day-lon- g observance of Memorial Day is being planned their daughter's marriage were h--mt ViU AM 120 Vine Street by members of American Legion Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Mackay, 2177 West 4700 South, post 132 of Kearns. The bride wore a gown of lace g Plans call for ceremonies at both West and East and tulle. The bodice was enKearns schools at sunrise. The hanced by a lace bolero fashioned a mandarin collar. The boufLegionaires will then decorate with ballerina-length skirt was of graves of veterans in Taylorsville fant cemetery and Valley View me- alternate tiers of lace and nylon morial park, placing flags on tulle. Her fingertip length veil of illusion fell from a tiara. graves of unknown veterans at bridal Matron of honor Mrs. Robert the latter place. At 6 o'clock p.m. the group I. Bowles, attended her sister will attend Memorial Day cere- wearing a peach colored gown. monies at Ft. Douglas, where an utner attendants, Mrs. R, David hour-lon- g McDougal, Mrs. LaVarr Coats program has been and Mrs. Morris Lewis wore planned. I I 1 The Legionairres, too, will be gowns of aqua. They carried bou1. Oval cofft rablt top. 1 Chtst of drawers. 3. Bowtd 4, Curved front in charge of the Founder's Day quets of carnations and chrysanend table. end table. parade in Kearns on July 4th. themums. N. Richard stood as McDougal LeRoy Alexander la chairman of the parade committee which Is best man for his brother. R. David McDougal, Gilbert McDounow making plans. gal, Dan McDougal. Edmund McDougal, Dclmar McDoural and 5. Dctk or drtim top. James McDougal, all brothers of 6. Kneehole desk top. 7. Square Taylorsville Bee Hive une onaegroom, were ushers. end table. Swarm Held Friday For her honeymoon trip to Taylorsville Stake Bee Hive Milwaukee, Wis., the new Mrs. Swarm Day was held Friday McDougal chose a white linen evening, at the new Bennion suit with pink accessories. Future home for the newlyweds ward chapel, under the direction of Stake Bee Keepers, Mrs. Lee will be Salt Lake City. M. Rowberry, and Mrs. Erma The bride and bridegroom are 8. Desk or drttser top. 9. Round 10, Kidney dressing, table Albertson. Twenty-thre- e Honor both retired missionaries who table top. were tn Bees the Northwestern presented awards and labored a number of individual awards States LDS mission field. Protect your fine furniture . . . preserve its lasting beouty were give. parties honoring vith these fine Sparkling Glass Tops. It's easy to order. One hundred eighty girls from the bride were given by Mrs. R. the eight wards of the Stake David McDougal, Mrs. Morris Merely cut an accurate template or pattern to the exact size participated In the following pro- Lewis, Mrs. LaVarr Coats, Mrs. wonted. We do the rest. You'll be amazed of their low cost. Bengram. Flower ceremony, Fred Flnlayson ami Miss Jean nion and Taylorsville wards; Holder. Award were presented to the ft First year girls; Song. TaylorsValley Junior Hith (rruduatinn ville awards, directed by May exercises will be held at the Shields and Betty Tye; Presenta- school evening. 7:30 p.m. tion of B e Hive Program, Tay- uanctngFriday AM win conclude the even- 120 Vino Street lorsville Second; narrator, Marg entertainment ing's Townscml; Dancers. Kearns First and Second wards, directed by Potty Kiniber; Hive Building ceremony, lionnion, Kearns First and Fourth wards and Tnylore-villAwards were presented to th' Second year irls, A lovely ' T';i iv;.s presented to cu ll of the -i Honor Bees under the di- tion of Tlielma ;hoonr Talk, Slake President. Wayne Player. Punch and cake (with n Pee Hive on each piece) were served, under the direction c.f Minnie 300 p.rimhall. Approximately nple enjoyed the evening's en Vows Exchanged f'TffiSS Memorial Day Rites Planned 1 R-av.,.n- Since kindergarten classes will not be held May 30 or July 4, Don'f despair. You can settle your debts and still have a summer vacation. Let us tell you about our debt consolidation program that'll ease your mind . . . and your pocketboolc! Term Brownie course and will be invested from the Brownie group into the Girl Scouts They are: Belva Jean Poulton, Susan Pace, Patty Edwards, Bonnie Wiseman, Nancy Shreve, Shari Peters, Patricia Mors, Barbara Jensen, Karen Bennett, Carol Smith, Patricia Ann Gorman and Peggy Jones. Leaders of the 2 troops from which the girls are being promoted are Mrs. William Glasco, and her assistant, Mrs. Celia Jensen; Mrs. Spencer Parkin and her assistant, Mrs. Jenie Speaks, will present the girls to Mrs. Carl Nicholson, Girl Scout Leader, who will accept them into her troop No. 198. These 12 girls will be presented their Wings, insignia of their advancement and repeat the promise: A Song, "Make New Friends" and "Taps", will be sung by all the girls. Refreshments will conclude the services. flag-raisin- L IS?, 65 Pre-nuptl- lis &mmm r; mil . itiy$$o cMw DECORATING OTTLEY NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT ."- Bedding Plants r-- Annuals over 30 varieties to choose from. tertainment. Set For "Fly-Up- " I will be conducted pfSyl, 'rtr nWAVf i 'wt mkni it MURRAY Jkik gv 4, STORE I order your set today QUANTITY $ LIMITED vifiiE& ttrrt te' , " ,r OPEN MONDAY EVES -- mi C Order Accepted 1 I I vh 1 ltl ' r5ljl jtfrQI 3ri J (i - Prions Brownie An U. I U Mnr II Horth Main In MIdvak I I i tomorrow i evening, 7 "Fly-Pp.- the Community Center. All patents, Hcouts and scout-r- i and others interested are urg- ed to be In attendance. Mr, William Smith, neighborhood chairman, will conduct the ceremonies Including flag ceremony, led by Mrs Ronald Whittle; "Little Brown Clal", dance, Brownie troop. N 122; Skit, "How to be a good Girl Scout," by Troop No. liH; Flute polo, Linda Collin.; nil Brownies will ing their group song. "Ach-Ja.- " Candle lighting ceremonies will bo prencnttHl by the 12 little girls who have completed their HOW CHRISTIAN i ; , . ; - - .". 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