|Sugar House Bulletin
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|Sugar House Bulletin
You cannot dream yourself ' Into & character; you must hammer and forge yourself into one. Troude of looking aide of more is worth things than a thousand a year. Samuel Johnson The habit at the bright I A Community Paper Published hi Sugar house INDEPENDENT A BULLETIN OF NEWS AND EVENTS OF INTEREST NEWS - NOTES - SPORTS - N NUMBER 7 SALT IJVKE CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1934 VOLUME 2 9 NON-PARTISA- WARD ACTIVITIES WASATCH REACHES SEMI FINALS CANADA FIVE FALL BEFORE GRANITE COURTIERS) WESTMINSTER COLLEGE very good and there is some very promising young Friends of President and' Mra More in the class. ) The Canadian team, (Cardaton speakers H. W. Reherd of Westminster - Ward) gave a (me sided game to success to them. Clive Brown College, who left last week for s the Wasatch cagers last night three week stay in southern Cali4 which The final score Was fornia, will be grieved to know makes a new scoring high mark Business that Dr. Reherd was taken sudTherefore for this tournament denly ill last Saturday night and League Meeting was removed to the Pasadena the Granite men enter the semifinals and are favorites by far to Hospital where an emergency take the Church Crown. The last The League will hold there re- operation was performed on Mongames of the tournament will be gular monthly meeting Thurs- day. His condition is reported played tohlght and Saturday day evening, March 14th, at 8 P. fairly good, and it is earnestly M. in the Library., A very fine hoped that he may make a night has been It was necesprogram arranged. The speedy recovery. SUNNEYSIDE GAME EASY business will be transacted first sary to cancel all of his speaking The game Wednesday evening engagements for which he especiwith the Sunneya.-- 3 quint markally made the trip. ed Wasatch as a favorite for the LIGHT PETITION SENT Church honors. Sonny Campbell . Mr. Clarence Hawxhurst, gen AROUND and Rod Knight peppered the lal manager of the Mario Theatre, nets for 18 and 16 points and is the laugh on his friends It looks as if the Sugarhouse thishaving because they have thereby gave the Sunneyside boys week, little chance for a victory. Ralph Business Mens League are going been so slow finding out that he to have lights on 11th East north On Janwas recently married. Knight and Hoxey displayed some This street has nice defensive work while Dal of 21st South. 22nd, he and Miss Dora uary Brown played a good floor game, been considered the darkest spot Maycock, who has been in the In A light Is going ticket booth at the Mario for feeding the ball constantly into to Sugarhouse. there be if the City haa some put scoring zones. time, slipped away and to rob some other section for it Score By Quarters: were married without any publi' Wasatch 12 30 S3 43 It will be done," says Mr. Young, city. Even if it is a trifle late, 2 6 8 12 secretary of the League. The Bullentln" extends best Sunneyside Every member of Sugarhouse wishes for happiness to Mr. and In the other tilts the other two should sign the petition as it is Mrs. Hawxhurst. Salt Lake representatives pulled sent around. If you all will do through while Springville, St. your part the officers of the Hugh B. Brown, counsel for Johns of Arizona, Ogden 4 th, league will do theirs and it will the Utah Home Owners' Loan Cordston of Canada, and Elsinore go thru. corporation, who is a loyal Southlikewise were victorious in the easter, will address the Lumber Mr. W. V. Powers and Mr. Dealers convention, which will be first round. The defeat of Glendale California, Church Champion Henry Engh will open a floral held Friday and Saturday. Ilia of 1933, was the surprise of the shop at 2166 South 11th East subject will be Functions of the Home Owners Loon Corporaevening. early next week. doing 52-1- Mens tion. Policeman George Phillips, who has been stationed in Sugar-hous- e several years, suffered a The Granite Stake Genealogy) partial stroke Thursday, and la Society held their monthly Union confined to his home. meeting in the Stake house last It was The french fry" kettle at Sunday at 2:30 p. m. well attended by all wards. Buds Sandwich Shop caught on fire evening and caused It was Temple day for the a Thursday deal of smoke and excite-megreat Granite Stake Wednesday, March but very little damage. 7th, 1934. There was a very fine The turnout from the Stake. unemployed and women went to Gus Backman, who is in Washmorning and afternoon sessions ington, D. C, says that at least while our working fblks went to the N. R. A. has successfully solved the unemployment problem the evening session. in the national capitoL" Every Ward In the Stake has appointed a couple to teach the Mrs. C. R. Coin and her son J. young folks the Golden Green Seymour Coin o f the Select Waltz" one of the contest dances. Shoppe, have secured the excluIt has been reported that they sive right to manufacture and are having a huge success as distribute Mary-Lo- u Frocks in many are anxious to learn the Utah. These frocks are distincnew dances. This class is held tive in style, and have been after Mutual in the various enthusiastically received by the wards. women. The frocks are made in the factory in connection with The public speaking contest is the Select Shoppe on 21st South getting ready to start Some Street signs of this are, that the M Men and Gleaner Girls of. the different wards go to the Stake House at Mr. Heber Burningham, Mana8:30 p. m. every Tuesday and ger of the Hyland Market reFrom turned Thursday morning from practice for the contest the reports we receive they are a bu,ness trip to California.! Stake News e n, Furniture Warehouse Robbed Early Sunday morning burglars entered the Southeast Furniture Companys warehouse through the A radio and set of skylight. radio tubes were among the things missing. Women are now saying I told B Next Monday and Tuesday you so," to their menfolks who Governors of the Western States have ridiculed them so many will meet in Salt Lake in conferyears over their efforts to make ence to discuss problems peculiar themselves beautiful. Dr. Blood-goo- d jo the West. The Western Highof Baltimore says: We way Officials will also hold their need more Women in medicine to- conference on those days. We once considered her day. inferior but now that shes educated shes proving to be a In commenting superior being." on the prevalence of skin cancer among men. Dr. Bloodgood said) No beautiful woman has cancer of the skin because she pays attention to any blemish that may appear." Through his efforts no s damage resulted to the buildin, but he will be several weeks recovering from the painful burns he received. Easter Sunday this year falls first. Small boys should on April enjoy April Fools day doubly, since everyone will be in their new Easter outfits. Gus P. Backman reported from Washington, D. C., that armories at both the University and the Agricultural College are among the proposed public works build- -, logs for Utah, L A back-to-la- nd w Miss Florence E. Allen, a native of Salt Lake, was appointed this week by the President to a post on the Circuit Court of appeals. This is the second highest court in the United States. for of Republican the Senators and representatives next fall is waxing furious in Washington just now. B The political campaigning B Wouldn't the burglar that looted the U. S. Treasury display of ten gold bars and 875.00 in gold coins be surprised to find that the gold bars were fakes 7 ' Orman W. Ewing, Democratic National Committeeman from Utah, is now the only one to retain his office while practicing Not Much law in Washington. to credit Utah. Southeast Man Appointed Snelgrove Repaints The regular annual painting of the Snelgrove Ice Cream Company took place the early part of the week. Mr. Snelgrove says we paint up every year and its the best form We of advertising we can do. Mr. congratulate Snelgrove on his place. of fat caught on fire. honest payment providing for for honest service." Pan-Americ- an Sugarhouse Man Burned Roy's stand on 21st South was severely burned about the head and arms when a pan of deep This week President week ask- ed that legislation make it possible for new mail contracts to be issued to competitive bidden, The Union Pacific System held a little fashion show all it's own Thursday when they displayed SI Reuben J. Clark, Jr. head of the latest idea in trains an streamlined affair. the Foreign Bondholders Protective council, returned to Salt Lake this week from the Henry Ford said this week: I conference held in agree with President Roosevelts South America. recovery program. The only way; j to hire more men is to create B After a 15 weeks trial Dr. more markets. The Alice Wynekoop was found guilty proposal is the solution to indeNo stumbling of murdering her daughter-in-lapendent people. block should be put in it's way. in Chicago. up-to-d- Mr. Roy Dennis, proprietor B Mr. Alex Brown of 1324 Bryan, Avenue, was appointed this week by the City Commission to supervise the construction of a 84000.-0- 0 dog pound. The building IwllI he located near the Warm Springs plunge, and will be heated from the springs, and furnished with the latest humanitarian equipment. NOTICE To League Members and Their Employees Dr. Dilworth Walker of the University of Utah will speak to the League Thursday evening, March 15, at 8 P. M. in theLibrary instead of Wednesday evening March 14. The subject will be "President Roosevelts Mone- tary Program.