|Sugar House Bulletin
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|Sugar House Bulletin
Wa can never be the better for our religion If our neighbor lathe worse It for William Penn I A Community Paper Published INDEPENDENT iimm k Folks who never do any more than they get paid for, never get paid for any more than they Elbert Hubbard do. Sugarbouae A BULLETIN OF NEWS AND EVENTS OF INTEREST VOLUME 2 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH NEWS - NOTES - SPORTS NONrPARTISAH NUMBER 8 16, 1934 WARD ACTIVITIES - WASATCH GAINS CHURCH CAGE THRONE ONE DEFEAT MARS BRILLIANT RECORD i 6 The victory over Ogden n 5 decision over and the lifted the Granite courtiers to a throne which represents supremacy over all the M Men quints in five states and In Canada. Coach Glen Andersons team indeed proved to be one of the most remarkable teams ever to gain the lead in the Church league. There are many reasons why Wasatch made such a splendid record during the past season. First of all special credit should be given tot the coach. Glen Anderson is one of the best liked coaches of the stake as well as one of the most capable. The Ogden Fourth Ward game de- monstrated very ; well, what a good coach can do. Falling Into some MoffhessM which had the Wasatch roosters somewhat fearful of a defeat, Coach Anderson forces with critic. peppered his isms and suggestions which brought the Wasatdi team into its old stride during the second half. Another reason for Wasatchs captain, Dal Brown, probably the best captain that a M. Man hoop team has ever had. Likewise the splendid material In Rod and Ralph Knight, 37-2- Ben-nio- 37-1- , . Sonny would Campbell, and Hoxey make any squad strong. Reserve power, also gave Wasatch an advantage. Especially fine did Dave Fullmer and Bus perform In the city and church tournament Finally the organization found in the Wasatch group was very valuable. In this respect Nils Hansen, Frank Fullmer and the athletic committee should be honored. Mil-ha- m Parleys Scores defeat mars the mode by the record outstanding Church Champions. On Nov. 9, Only one legal the flashy Parleys squad tripped 5 In one of the most Wasatch dunning upset of the 1933-3- 4 season. Gwynn was the dead eye of the tilt while Buzz and Marv Ashton backed up with some stellar play. Platt and Duffin made a defense which was as tight as any found by Wasatch all year. 20-1- A Coach's Dream A coachs dream came true! The Sugar House Lumber quintet which enters the A. A. U. frays next week.' ' ' Manager Wend all Ashton has scheduled several practices which should snap this flashy array of material into a powerful organization. The complete lineup, so far consists of Jack Fitts, Sonny Campbell, Dal Brown, Mack Corbett, Marv Ashton, Owen Jacobs, Jack Matsen, and Elmo Garff. . - Stake News Surprise Partv Held I Mrs. Anna Tonnlson, proprie- tress of the Success Cafe on 21st South Street, was surprised on her birthday when the members One Thousand dub, of the came in a body and bad lunch at her Cafe, and presented Mrs. Tonneson with flowers. This Club Is composed of a group of Relief Society women from the Eighth Ward, who have determined to do Temple work for One Thousand before the Temple closes. The following ladies are members of the Club: Mrs. Anna Ton nlson, Mrs. John Fetzer, Mrs. Al- bert Quellmalz, Mrs. George Hal- verson, Mrs. Joseph Reece, Mrs. Clarence Kenney, Mrs. Ammon Foote, Mrs. 1L Holland, Mrs. Thomas Crow, Mrs. Dell Young, Mrs.. Maty Adamson, Mrs. Annie M. Smith and Miss Ruth Keysor. Saturday, March 17th, is the anniversary of the organization in Fairmont of the Relief Society. All the wards In Granite Stake are giving, programs for thd adults. All the programs' are reported as being very good, and the officers Under the direction of the are looking for a good turn out Parks Department, work City was started Monday I n Fairmont Sunday School union meeting Park, located just South of the will be held next Sunday at the car tracks, and west of All officers and Drive. The Park will be Highland, Stake House. thorough-teachers are urged to attend. The ly renovated; will be planting Stake officers have an Important done; and bleachers will be erected at the baseball ground, so the message for them. games can be enjoyed by the The M. L A. union meeting lpyal fans of Sugarbouae. was held Sunday, March 11th. The talks were about boasting the M- Men, and asked that they be given better support . The Millinery Shop Stake Basket Ball Team, from Wasatch Ward, was praised for To Open their skill, which made them Church Champions. Work Park - Do You Know! Traffic'Runs Around Sugarhouse The residents of the Southeast when on their way to business and employment, and have found it necessary to pass through the Sugarhouse district, are now taking advantage of the newly opened streets that have bee n opened for traffic in the past few months. Anyone observing the number of cars that use these new streets going and comihg, wonders how there could be any other than local business left for the Sugarhouse merchants. As one merchant of the district remarked Why come in here and get tangled up with street cars, buses, stop lights and cars that are parked all day, when they have through streets, pass markets with plenty of parking space and want to get home in a hurry. Another observer remarked "That the number of cars passing through the business center had dwindled plenty, ih the morning and at night, and that it was no trouble now to cross the street at anytime of day. Isnt This Something To Think About? - V The LueJeanne Millinery Shop will be ready for business Saturday. It is located first door west of the Granite Drug Company on 21st South. Mrs. A. E. Jarvis, the proprietor, announces that she will carry an line of ladles and childrens millinery, as well as a line of ladles' ready-t- o wear, and lingerie. Mrs Jarvis Invites her friends to visit her at her new shop in Sugarhouse. The Utah wool crop for 1933 B Salt Lakes ranking for autoshowed a reduction of 530,000 mobile death rates for 1933 was pounds compared with the 1932 only exceeded by four other cities of the United Slates. That la crop. entirely too high considering the Another luncheon honoring a wide streets of the city. Salt Laker Was held Wednesday at the Newhouse hotel. This time B The Firestone Tire and Rubber William R. Wallace was the hon- Company have taken a twenty-fiv- e or guest Among the noted guests year lease on the property were the governors who have at Second East and Broadway, been attending the governors where they will construct a conference. building designed for retail sales and service. j One death directly attributable to the earthquake Monday occurvessels were red Tuesday when Charles Bithell, B Two an employee of the city water destroyed this week. A submarine department, died as the result of owned by Japan was ; wrecked Injuries received when a trench with a loss of one hundred lives, In which he was working, caved and a U. S. Cunboat off the coast of China, was burned. Nat in during the tremors. lives were lost In the fire but several members of the crew B Tuesday was the warmest were Injured. March 13th in the history of Salt Lake when the temperature reached 69 degrees. B Dr. Virgel. Jordan speaker at a luncheon of the New York Board B Colonel Chas. A. Lindbergh, of Trade, predicted Government Orville Wright and Clarence Railroad ownership before 1940. Chamberlain were appointed by Secretary Dern to Investigate the Colonel army airmail fatalities. B During the week In Chicago a to declined act Lindbergh horse fell 'and refused to get up until he bad been given a pint of B As a result of the German whisky. Next day another horse EviGovernments ban on the export horse did the same thing. of money, former Kaiser Wilhelm dently the Information has been may be forced to return to his passed on for the third horse followed suit a few days later. native land. one-sto- ry sea-goi- ng - The Reliable Oil Company have a small station just the Business Mens League of the Police station, and South nounces that the League dance are ready to serve their custowhich had to be postponed, will mers. be held Friday, the 23rd of March. Tickets will go on sale The conduit on 21st South st., Monday to all business men of that usually leaks during the Sugarhouse, their employees and water, was repaired this high their partners. week. the Entertaiifinent Committee of An- opened up . N Dance up-to-d- ate J. H. Avenue, Museum the Old Ehlers, of 1018 Wilson who Is head o the Utah Society, la urging that Mill In Liberty Park be converted Into a Museum. It is now used to store tools of the park employees. . Mr. Bob gowardj Chairman of FRIDAY EVENING MARCH 23 Mr. Bob Howard, Chairman of the Amusement Committee announces the Sugarhouse Business Men's League Dance will be held Friday evening March 23, in the Granite Stake Tabernacle. Tickets will be sold all next week. Big drawing of Prizes to take place during intermission.