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Poga 4 Thursday, MURRAY (UTAH) EAGLE January 24, 1957 Remember When Murrayifes Contributed To Red Cross for Flood Relief School Children Purchased Defense Stamps; "Mother's March On Polio" Was Planned . TWENTY YEARS AGO, as reported In the Murray Eagle local representative of the Red Cross to receive donations for aid to flood sufferers in Ohio and of January 28, 1937. Flood suffering T. Ray Kingston was named Mississippi. Special to help you begin the year beautifully . . . our popular LANOLIN BASE PERMANENT $P50 U Regular $12.50 1 1 reached unprecedented proper tions ana tne rcea wross regaraea it as the greatest emergency since World War I . . . Flans were made for the President Ro osevelt Birthday Ball to be held Jan. SO at Murray high school. Proceeds of the ball were ex pended for aid of sufferers of In fantile paralysis both locally and in the national campaign . . Murray Aerie, Fraternal Order of Eagles celebrated the 39th anniversary of the founding of the order . . . Mr. and Mrs. El don Boggess were hosts to mem bers of the Country Cousins club at their home in Union . . . E. Phillips, Los Angeles, Calif., visited in Murray with his sister, Mrs. Ruth Miller . . . Mr. and Mrs. Franz Westover entertained at a dinner party after which the guests spent the evening playing bridge . . . Mrs. Audrey Blomquist of Kansas City arrived in Murray for an Inde finite visit with her brother, W. E. Belcher and family . . . Bar bara Bradford was hospitalized for an appendectomy . . . Mrs. LaMont Bennion was hostess at a bridge party . . . Lowery Smith arrived home from Los Angeles because of the death of his father, H. B. Smith . . . Mrs. Doris Ottley entertained seven guests at a dinner party . . . Mrs. LeRoy Richardson was hostess at a luncheon for twelve guests . . . Dr. Mildred Nelson of the Utah Health Dept. described Utah's rural "home delivery service" before the western regional public health conference in San Francisco . . . Ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary planned a luncheon to be held Feb. 11 In the Murray City Firemen's Hall . . . Heralded as the "greatest show on earth" with a cast of 205 speaking roles, 200 Glorified American Beauties and 5000 extras topped by the stellar triumvirate of William Powell, Myrna Loy and Luise Rainer, "The Great Ziegfeld" opened Its engagement at the Iris theater. long-await- Your cholct of lovely Lanolin Bus permanent that'i completely attuned to today's smart styling . . . and to kind to your hair . . . ao nica for your purte, for you aavt 16 at this apectal price. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO, as reported In the Murray Eagle of January 22, 1942. Children enrolled In Murray schools participated in a defense stamp drive and nearly every child In the elementary grades had a book and collected stamps . . . The Red Cross drive in Page 9, CoL 7) Call NOW for your appointment Ex-Cel-C- BEAUTY SALON is 4843 SOUTH S TA AY-A- er 6 - 8 5 7 7 U Among the present officers are I Scene from New Cofor Movie ACROSS Kind of futJ 6. Posieuivt rronouo 8. Hita a ban 1Z Shield bearing 13. Salt 14. Aloud 15. Rob 17. Amazing event la 21. 22. 26. 27. 28. 83. 85. 86. j37. 140. Turf Squaihed Stammer Street Coiuume Shut off air God of war Japanese aaah To challenege Covenant Narrow inlet Part of to be Salary More weird Weight of India 23. 24. 25. 29. 80. 81. 82. 84. 88. 89. 43. allowance American Indians Loose garments Colors lightly Weight Uncommon Ireland Expired Soiled So be it row Self estec. Minced oatn Sea eagle Ceremony a 3 h s y wpci o Canine Negative word Male heir 61 Period of time 67 Toward sifkusiu-tvo- "Ski-Jum- 50. 62. 63. fH ' U a 11 Hatty i! if 31 1 - it ' 4 "'-'." ., .. . 'i - t- ; .' SI " ,' ' ; - .'"-v."."- .;: ' X ir ;' f ft, i- - - :V: - - ' .' ' n i.y . ... " . ' V 4'-'- '' " w I J . ; W ' 57 6 i I I pleasure dial 1230 SATURDAY ONLY 6 :00 a.m. 6 :00- - 9 30 Sign On Top of the Morning (Top of the Morning News at 8 a.m. I Curtain Cill 9:30-10:0- 0 10:00-1- 0 Magic to Kemember Jamboree :30-100 Carefree Rhythms 12:00-12:1- 5 World News 12:15- - I :00 Variety Time 1:00- - l:30-Me- lod Matinee 1 :30- - 2 :00 Sugar and Spice 002 8 00 llnll of Muale 8 :00- - 5 00 Music Land 5:00- - 5 :30 Four Star Serenade 5 :30- - 6 ,00- -A (iuv. A Oal A A Band 6 :00- - 8 :15-V- orld News 6.15- - 6 30 Music In America 6 30- - 7 00 -- Mds In Melodies 7 00- - 7 In the Air 7 :30- - 8 00 Spotlight on a Stsr 8 00- - 8 :30 Cavalcade of Mimic 8 .30- - 9 00 -- Soft l.lulits A Sweet Music eet the Classics 9 00 10 .00 -- A I'ate wlttl a Dream 10 00-112 Midnight Slgu Of! 10.30-1- 11 11 iislr 00 11:30 A M SUNDAY ONLY 7 :S0 a.m. 7 :30- - 9 :00 Slcn On Cheat of Trure (World News st 8 Melody a.m.) 9 00- - 9 :.'I0 - Spring Serenade I 30 10 00 Call 10 00 10 30 -- Truplrana 10:30-145 at Random (HUB 10 :4S-- II 00 11 12 12 30-1- 1 00 Murray's good music" 00 00 12 15 2 30 t 4 30- Memories of Hawaii 30 - Unllz Time 1 12:30- - I 00 1 00- - I 30 1 :30- 00 2 00- - 3 00 8:00- - 4 00 4 00- - 4 30 Tones World News tierenmle In Rlue -- I niterslty In Concert -- Music by Mantoranl -- All Star hvus -- Miiah'al Showcase -- Sim.Uv Svncopstlon -- Thru the Listening (Mass -- Tor.-h - -- Ithuhm 5 5 00 5 30- - I nlverlty Musicals 5 :30- - 6 .00 - Itrmember When 6 00 6:30 -- Music In , Time 30. 7 00 - Proudly We Hall ilcal T :00- - 8 Csraraa 8 00- - 9 Melody Roar eet 9 00-1the Classics -10 (to II 00 A Hate with Dresm 12 Midnight Sign Off Station 5792 So. 4530 M Jan. 10. Other children In the family are Kathleen Rae and Christine Lynn. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gayard W. Mendcnhall. and Mr. and Mrs .lark D. Kecsor, all of Salt Lake ,' V Wk MEUft BOYS Stephen J. and 53G8 Montrose St. Jan. 18. G iry J. Merrill. Other children in the family are Bruce and Raymond. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oborn. ami Mrs. Elsie Merrill, South Jordin. MAXFIELD, Gary and Mary Manning. 4573 W. 5335 So. Jan. 18, Other Richard Maxfleld. children in the family are Elaine and Michncl Lee. Grandparents are Mrs. Ltn-- Manning, Bonham. Texas; and Idonda Maxfleld. Kearns. JOHNSON, Richard L. and Mid-val- .Ij L-fc- : '1 :: ll - Marlene ill ifc:t:i i. a new motion picture, "Color Harmony for your Home", now offered to groups, club and tchoolt by Its tpomor, Ottley Decorating, 120 Vine in Murray. The film, In beautiful Eastman color, shows in terms how fo create exciting color schemes by relating the colors in your carpet, droperies ond furniture with the paint colors on your walls. The movie was produced as a contumer service by Coloriier Paints, famous for 1,322 colors in all interior and exterior paint finishes. Interested residents of this area may moke orrongements for a free showing of the picture Due to popularity of the film, it is suggested by contacting Ottley Decorating, AM be made well in advance in order to be certain of obtaining the film. In eotily-undentoo- d Old Fashioned STRAIGHT WHISKY e; 1365 W. 4800 Snn-nsc- Jan. 15, Richard Lyman Johnson. Jr. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sorcnsen. Murray: atvl Mr. and Mrs. L. Ilyrum Johnson, rrcston. Ida. In Salt Lake Many Murray and Kearns arc parents of babies born during the past week In Salt Lake City hospitals. So. reol-den- 1. THRU FRIDAY Hlgn on Top of the Morning (Top of the Morning News at 8 a.m.) 9 :30-1- 0 00 Curtain Call 10 00-1- 1 00 -- Hour of Strings 11 00-1- 1 :80 A. M. Jamboree 11 30-1- 2 00 Strictly Instrumental 12:00-12:1- 5 World News 12:15- - 1:00-Var- lety Time 1 :00- - 1 :30 Melody Matinee 1:36- - 1:00 -- Sugar and Spice 2 00- - 3 ImII of Music 8:00- - 5:00-M- usic Land 5:00- - 5:30 Four Star Serenade 5 :30- - 6 :00-- The Stars Sing 6 :00- - 6 :15 World News 6:15- - 6:30 A Star Sink's 6 :30- - 7 :00 Moods In Melodies 1:00- - T 15 Armed Forces Program 7:15- - 7:30 Rhythm Rendezvous 7 :30- - 8 00 Spotlight on s Star 8 00- - 8 .30 On Stage 8 :30- - 9 00-- Sft l.lchts & Sweet Music 9 00 10 00 Meet the Classics 10:00-1- 2 :00 A Date with a Dream 12 Midnight Sign Off W. i r( ort ihown & sT" J SI h; I I Bevcrlv Oborn, SECRETS OF HOME DECORATING in JT MERRILL. I -- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brill, 222 Births at Cottonwood Matern ity hospital thus far this month E. 5600 So. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ostberg, have reached a total of 75 with 4439 So. 4000 W. 39 girls and 36 boys. Mr. and Mrs. Dale W. Groves, Visiting hours at the hospital are from 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p.m. 4450. W. 5780 So. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cowley, daily. New parents of the Murray 4666 Meadow View Cir. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Sparks, and Kearns areas are: Kearns. GIRLS Mr. and Mrs.. Darrell Hafen, CLANDY, Edward L. and Pa 4291 W. 5655 So. tricia R. Prescott, 4880 S. 4380 West, Jan. 12, Rose Ann Clandy. Other children in the family are Murrayite Will Sing Carol Hope, Marilyn Jean and With U of U Chorus James Mark. Grandparents are A resident of Murray, Robert Flossie Prescott, Reedsport, Ore.; is a member of the 111. Shelley, and Ruby Clandy, Carlinville, FREEMAN-LEE- , University of Utah Men's Kent and Sally Sue Anderson, 346 E. 4800 Chorus which will soon launch So. Jan. 10, Cindy Ann Freeman-Lee- . its annual Spring tour of southThey also have a daughter, ern Utah and southern CaliforRibon Susan. Grandparents are nia. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Anderson; Robert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Beagley, W. R. Shelley, graduated from all of Murray. Murray high school, where he Junior F. participated in the high school BOGENSCHUTZ, and Darlene Losser, 4075 V. 5540 band and chorus. Mr. Shelley is majoring in So.. Jan. 18. They also have a son Joey. Grandparents are Mr. Physics at the University of and Mrs. Losser, Murray; and Utah. Mrs. Bophie Bogenschutz, Kearns, BRAITHWAITE, Robert C. and Louise P. Graves, 4566 w. Murrayites To Attend 5295 So. Jan. 15. Other children Veterinarian's Convention in the family are Steven R., G. GrandVickie L., and Susan Murray veterinarians are exparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. S. pected to be in attendance Jan. at the 29th annual meeting Graves; and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Braithwaite, all of Salt Lake of the Intermountain Veterinary Assn., which will be held at City. McCLEARY. Kenneth E. and Hotel Utah. A lengthy list of speakers will Iris Green. 1957 E. 6400 So. Jan. pro14. Other children in the family appear on the three-da- y are Kristine, Kraig and Chad. gram which will be climaxed on Grandparents are Mrs. Ben Pet- Friday night by the annual banersen, Murray; and Mr. and Mrs. quet and dance. Wives of the veterinarians will George Green. Salt Lake City. GWILLIAM, T. Dale and Jean-In- e take part in several meetings and Dundas. 2260 Fardown Ave. luncheons as well as the banquet. Jan. 14. Other children in the family are Kristine, Tommy. Eiff. Debby and Carrie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy N. Dundas, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Gwilliam. all of Murray. REESOR, Gilbert Gene and Carol Mendcnhall, For your listening MONDAY Area Babes Put In Appearance At Cottonwood and Local Hospitals City. .vM'Jllr n 5i To ' - H 6 00 a.m. 6 :00- :80 so ST r w VI M " " 30 pm ij " U, "".H Li m 37 I " H J 24-2- It mm, Z8 si ao. Devil 22. A chair Ski-Jum- Ht jL i if s Curve i" 1 long-tim- Pfc. Charles Beckstead, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Harold Beckstead of 11 W. 4 th Ave., and Pfc. Jem J. Spencer, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jern J. Spencer of 5300 So. 2nd W., Murray participated in with the "Operation 1st Marine Division between Jan. 7th and 23rd. o i1 p" ittUt H cap rj ' "iili'Miifij.'; Am 10. Story 11. Winter vehicle 16. Parrel of land " lj it is DOWN Rind of lettuc Worthless particle Malt drink Smallest amount 6. Kind of 7. sienoer 8. Bragged iw i7 i i TTT Solution 3 Funeral rites were conducted Friday for Wilford F (Doc.) Comstock, 45, the father of Kenneth W. Comstock of Murray. e resident of The Sandy passed away Tuesday after a lingering illness. He was a native of Montrose, Colo., where he was born Nov. 20, 1911. Survivors include his widow, whom he married in Montrose on Jan. 1, 1930, two sons and a daughter in Sandy and the son in Murray. Murray Marines Take Part In A 1 man- Away the Ladies Auxiliary program. 44. 45. 46. 47. Network 41. 42. 44. 48. 49. Smiled 61. Wash lightly 65. Poker stake 8. Small child 68. Portal 69. Art 60. Self 61. Volcano a large-scal- e "Ski-Jump- ," Dr. Royal A. Bagley of Murray, euver utilizing land, sea and air Com- forces of the Marine Corps and who is secretary-treasure- r. California-Fath- er pleting his term In the presidency Navy, took place In is Dr. Hugh Hurst of Salt Lake. Mrs. Grant Boam of Taylors-vill- e Of Murray is a member of the committee on local arrangements for Man Passes ts GIRLS Mr, and Mrs. Jay M. Hone, 81 E. f.600 So, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Jcnn-ini6112 Vdar St. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Townsend. 4770 So. 4 40 W. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey D. Mcpherson. 47 46 So. 4 4 so W. Mr, and Mrs, Gordon Brclnholt. 4647 So 1175 V. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kendrkk, 4361 W. 5175 So. Mr. and Mrs. Richard James, 4786 W. 4775 Bo. Mr. and Mrs. Merwln Gillis. 410.1 W. 570 Fo. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Holt. 1450 E. 4043 Bo. nors Mr. and Mrs. Harold 4785 W. 4895 So. Marko-wiU- , - , - I au. "Han" I Melrose on a label means "tho very best" MELROSE DELUXE STRA1CHT VHISKY. 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