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'VOLUME - THIRTY-EIGH- T BINGHAM CANYON, UTAH, SEPTEMDEK 13, 1928 ' C Going Home from a Homecoming " r ; : ; : ' " t r'"'- - ZZ7ZZ.. "' ' t, 1 928 Utah State Fair ; To Be Golden Jubilee ........ t ? Martha E. Gibbs, eretary. ' ' Governor George H. Dcrn jri an ftp-pe-to the people of Utah, said: f "The Utah State Fair will this year celebrate Its fiftletn birthday. It U the Intention of the State Fair Board to magnify this anniversary with an exhibition that shall excel any of its predecessors and shall contain unique) features appropriate to the occasion. It Is expected that the quality and var-iety of exhibits and entertainment of-fered wiiramply jtiBtify an unprece-dented attendance at the Fair by tb people of Utah. This goldea annlver- - That the 1928 Utah State Fair. Octo-ber 6 to 13, will be staged as a golden Jubilee exposition and portray the ylvldly Industrial and agricultural prog- ress of more than seventy-fiv- e years, Is the assurance of the management of the Utah State Fair Association. . The exposition this year Is said to be the fiftieth fair held by the Territory and , the State. The occasion will accord-lngl- y be used to depict the develop- ment of resources and to present In a distinctive array of exhibits the vast wealth and resources of the State of Utah. Every department of the Fair Is in-dustriously preparing for the finust Buowmg in us History. "The climax of fifty fairs", Is the slopan adopted for the forthcoming exposition and the directors are cooperating to tho end of making it a truly climactic b!io i Besides reflecting the 'Historic prio- ress, the Fair will present the wldcit variety of exhibits and the choicest specimens of products ever seen at the local exposition grounds. A vigorms effort will be put forth by tho men and women in charge of the 192S expos!-- ' tion to secure the attendance of every man, woman and child In the St'ite of Utah and Hdjacent territory. The Fair will U not only educa-tional and Inspiup?, but r.nmin? a i well. The management has boon..! av.ry becomes all the more Interesting and important because it will give the people an opportunity, through exam-ination of the exhibits, to visualize how far we have advanced during tnls hist half century. .. . , "The State Fair belongs to the peo-ple of Utah, and they will be proud to note the many improvements that have been made In the physical condition tf the buildings and grounds, the -- additions to exhibit space, the increase ii tho number of exhibitors, and tho ex-cellent character of the exhibits. The State Fair ic essentially educ.tbnal. It was orl&InaUy created to give tl e people a cross eocllon view of tue products of the fields, mines and fac-tories, from which tin commonwealth derives its prosperity. Such cxhllilts ntlmulute a friendly rivalry anion? ,: r the greatest can! of entertainment fea- tures ever offered at a lliah Rilr Every hour of every day will be pack- ed full of thrills 'Mid excitement. Hour-ly all of the Tun f jiUurr--s win in the open area of tin grounds -'- 1 ') . will be i!() extra vlmlnsion charges tcr any of tha events, eseopt ths Irirrnns races. The ofilcors rad "directors of ' the Ut:ih State Fair Association are as follows: W. C. Vlnder, proaident; II. L. Mulliner, 1st Louis S. Cardon, 2nd George S. McAllister, treasurer; A. G. Mac-kenzie, Charles II. Smith, John F. Mendenhall, Mrs. Jennie E. Leslie Mrs. D. W. Moffatt, George G. Smith, Jesse 8. Richards, and George Abbott, directors; Ernest S. Holmes, manager; producers, and have a tendency to Inv ;Vove the qurlity of our prodnctn through emulation of the methods if tho prio wliftiers. Thnt purpose con-t'nr.- to puldo tho directors of the undertaking. Tho 1023 Fair will cot v$'S shov the progress that hiss been mis, tat will give a Klimpso of the 'B"6"tcr future d3volopment. of our state. ; "it. Is my earnest hope that" all IH take advantage cf the opportunltiea aflorded by the Fair to come to a better understanding of Utah's vast resources and possibilities. I am cer- - : tain that a cr.reful study of the exhlij-it- s will yield bit dividends in educa- - ., tion and In appreciation of our own state." v HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES The largest enrollment ever .regis-- 1 tered at the Blngha High was the record made last week.' Most of the & routine of organizing classes, f stud- - ' t - dent bodies, etc., was completed and '.' the period of class work and study is on in earnest. The largest increases ' were noted la the fflnth grade of the High School and In the Seventh grade ot the Junior High.' ; ' i 'i Full classes have been enrolled for I all proposed additional course. The , ' requirements were so great for Span- - ' ish it was found necessary, to divide thig course Into two classes. Ait, which heretofore has attracted but few students," seems to have niddi) good gains this year and a large class is now enrolled In this course, 1r, Practically : -- every desk iln ever class will be occupied at this eession, any increase in the number of puplla here will make necessary f additional classrooms. ' Athletics will be a bi& feature oC the school again this year, '"25 to 30 boys reported - to Coach McMullin last week anxious to try out for the football team. ,' Bach of, these boys will be given a fair chance to 3how what he can do and .. there will no " doubt be much rivalry for places on the team. Tommy .says that while many of the boys are a little shy In weight, this" reqeirement is not so im-portant as it has "been heretofore, as football la becoming more and pjore a game of skill and speed. The boys have been indulging in a little skull ; practice on the campus and took "their j finst real workout at the Ball Paw . 'Tuesday. 1 j Class officers who will serve during J . 'the current term are as follows: " ' , CLASS OFFICERS 1928-20- . ' f ::SENIORS - t President, Mitchell Melich. Vice-Pres-., Anna Steele. ... Secretary, Ethel Watkins. Representative, Mary Padjen. Athletic Mgr., LaVeil Timothy. ' '' C --JUNIORS - President, Runnor Martinson. VIce-Preis- ., Erma Fullmer. t ' Secretary, Norrine Viettl. Treasurer, Leo Cook. Ath. Mgr., Richard Herviila. Representa ive, J. p. Caulfield. Yell Master, Douglas Streadbeck. SOPHOMORE - ' President, Kenneth Harker.' Vice-Pres- ., .Wilma Rimby. Sec. & Treas., Mern Nerdin. Representative, Mary Krashovltz. Ath. Mgr. Louis Johnson. ' . FRESHMEN ' ' President, Arthur Mullett. : Vice-Prw- ., Florence Dellanola. " ' Secretai-y- , Hope Ingols. i , ' Eugene Shaffer. ' Sinie Johnson. (Treasurer, Lloyd Bolton. Billy Johnson. I GRADE President, Francis Mead. ' Vice-Prea- Don Carpenter. ' ' See. & Treas., Ruby Pezzopane. Yell Master, Ivor Pickering. Ath. Mgr., Dan Caulfield. Class Reporter, Rhea Forsek. , , "7TH GRADE . President, Hyland Caulfield. Vice-Pre- s., Rae Cook. Sec & Treas., Russell Sumnich. ' Yell Master, Howard Smith. Ath. Mgr., Hugie Hubner. AMERICAN LEGION ELECTS OFF!- - cers. .. , At the semiTmontlily meeting of the " American Legion held Friday night at , Masonic Hall, officers wrre elected to serve for the ensuing year ag follows: Paul Ransom, Past Commander; H. Shilling, Commander; 0. E. Mordberg, First Vice Commander; Scott Wilson, Second Vice Commander; Stanley Jacques, Adjutant;' Finance officer, John Kennedy, Post Chap-lain, David Lyon, The meeting was well attended and enthusiastic Considerable rivalry was apparent between supporters of the candidates for the different offices, but altogether good natured and en-thusiastic. The . new officers will probably installed at the next regular meeting. bingham mines pay stock ? Dividend. ' . , k Notices are out for payment of thV 26th regular dividend of the Bingham Mines Co., payable on October 6th. This company la in a very prospori ous condition and has a long record of dividends to its credit. The curr rent dividend is for 50c per 'share oil all outstanding stock. , The present favorable price of jiu tal, while not colorful, seems to be well established and a further im-provement la looked for which means a continuance of dividends for this company. ' ' i ; t " HIGHWAY COMPLETED. ( As we gi to p ress the last few rods of pavepient completing the highway to the city limits of Bingham is being poured. After a delay In get-ting started the road has been com-pleted in Bplendid time. The people here will breath a sinrh of relief when thl8 road is cased and uncovered for traffic", which will be about 30 days hence. The rock, chuckhole8 and mud which everyone entering the Canyon for 40 years, haa had to combat, is now a thing of the past and the old boat will now Hd along moothly right up to the city. Now, that is that! Why don't we get busy and pave the city streets? Mrs. George Robbe entertained at a Bridge luncheon Saturday honoring Mrs. J. B. Meyers who left Tuesday for an extended visit in the East. The guest3 were seated at one table which was attractive with fall flowers. Cov-er- s were laid for the guest of honor, and Mrs. Eugene Chandler, Mrs. R. G. Frazier, Mrs. Robert Hone, Mrs. Andy Anderson, Mrs. George Bihler, Mrs. W. W. Showalter, Mrs. Paul Ransom, Mrs. Louis Buchman, Mrs. A. C. Lar-ric- k, Mrs. Paul Richards, and Mi. J. Buchman. , Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborne enter-tained at dinner Saturday evening at their home in Copperton. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hudson and family, Miss Marjorie Brimhall and Mrs. Marjorie Elli.son. Members of the Just-A-Mer- e Club met Wednsday afternoon of last wejk at the home of Mrs. Mark Hansen in Copperfield. The affair was a one o'clock Bridge luncheon. The guest j included Mrs. Heber Nichols, Mts. VV. Atkinson, Mrs. Elmer Knudsen, Mrs. Tracy Pugmire, Mrs. Basil Doman, Mrs. Wllllain Kelms, Mrs. Howard Fisher and Mrs. Jannibelle Sullivan. '. Mrs. Ray Buckle was hostess to the U O I G Club last Thursday eve-ning. Five hundred was played. Those present were, Mrs. Jas. Denver-Mr- s. O. C. Jones, Mrs. Clinton Poul-sen- , Mrs. A. O. Mugfur. Mrs. Charles Hudson, Mrs. Richard Wells, Mrs. G. P. Johnson, Mrs. Glen Long, Mrs. W. Kelms, and Mrs. W. E. Scott. i Mrs. J. B. Meyers and son John left Tuesdiy for Salina, Kansas, where John will enter St. John's Military j Academy. From there Mrs. Meyers will go to Erie, Pennsylvania for a three months visit with her sister. Ij Mr. Leland Walker and son Letand Jr. returned Thursday from Morrison, 111. Mrs. Walker accompanied by hv sister, Mrs. Theo Peterson, have gone for a trip to New York and Canada before Mrs. Walker wijl return. ' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Chandler and daughter Grace ' returned Sunday from Moran, Wyo., where they spent the past two months. I '.., Mrs. John Robertson spent the week end In Salt Lake with her daughter, Mrs. Vern Christensen. DEMOCRATS NAME GOUNTY TiCKET ,. ... The Democrat of Salt Lake Coun-ty held a mtoer " stormy seEski' in tho Hippodrome Theatre during the . week which ended in the choice of a county ticket to be pitted against the Republicans in the coming county election. Nominations for practically all of the offices were made in groups of from 2 to 10 and at no time v iMi the possible selection of the nominee for the county attorney's posiion were the delegates in what could I termed complete harmony, The ticket as selected however Is Very representative of the Democrat- - ic party in Salt Lake count v and it is thought by Democratlc leaders to be exceptionally sfirong. The most noticed disruption in the county this year seemed to prevail when Wilson McCarthy, for many years one of the mpst prominent De-mocrats of Salt Lake County,-refuse-tc accept the job as County chairman in the stead of Mr. Stricgfellow who has served the party in this capacity for some time. ' Following is the list of candidates for the various offices in Salt Lake County to be filled at the coming No-vember election: ' ' ; County Commissioners Bernard F. Qulnn, Salt Lake, and Edward E. Howe,- - Murray. County Attorney John D. Rice, Salt Lake. State Senate Burton W. Musser, Wilson McCarthy, Delbert W. Parratt and Albaroni K. Wool ley. , State House of Representatives Mrs. Emily Carlisle, Holiday; William C. Crump, Jr., Bluff dale; "George A. Cfitchlow, Chris Greenhagen, Frank D. Hlgginitham, John Holley, A. (J. Lavin, Grant McFarlane, Herbert B. taw; Mrs. Anna T. Piercey, Mrs. Martha. Purser, Magna; Isaac A. Smoot, Mrs. rFank Page Stewart, Major S. Grant Young, Oliver Hod.ij-so- n and C. F. Ludwlg. 161m tis COPPER TITLE Whatever doubt there has existed about which of the Magna and Mid-val- e teams were the sueprior was de-finitely and actually decided for all time Sunday when the Magna boys romped rough ehod over the Mid-valer- s and big Jerry Dunn breezod his fast ball by the Midvale hitters with heartbreaking, regularity. After the two teams 1 had battled to two consecutive tie scores the hoys from Magna came from behind and won their first game to the tune of 10 to S. The be' ting sharps then pro-ceeded to lay all they could get on Midvale In Sunday's game. Thj bet-ting boys were laying , the dough on the efforts of the Midvale pitching ace, Robertson. When the smoke had cleared away and Bobby Evans, Major, Bonnel! and Orr had added their bits to tho spectacular battle there remained no doubt In even the minds of the gamb-lers who had bet on Midvale that the winners were the real champions. Strong Bingnam followers were heavy loser8 as they had placed the money on the line in anticipation that the S,meiterites would cop the title. C Magna flashed exceptionally in th little world's series. On two occasi-ons did the teams that was supposed to have lacked hitting power come from behind and tie or win, and as the Magna boys were a far superior defensive team the result could not possibly go the other direction In the series. Miss Jean Gordon was a Salt Lake visitor over the week end. ' Miss Lucille McComb spent the week end in Salt Lake with her par-ents. '"- - Mr. and Mrs. Sam Steier of Salt Lake have come to Bingham to mal:a their home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Snow re-turned home Sunday evening after an absence pf three weeks. "' '' - 4 , ' f. Mr. and Mrs. "Chick" Adderly, and daughter, and Mr. Burt Hocking re-- turned last Friday from a. two week3 trip to Grand Canyon and the Nation-al Park. They also visited Gold Strike where Mr. Adderly is interest-te- d with Mell. Little and a number of other Bingham people in the devolp-men- t of mining property. The parry visited Lehman's Cave near Baker, Nev., and report this cave as being a most remarkable scene and well worth seeing. The trip of 1800 miles was made in a new Essex six, without a mishap of any kind, with plenty of power for the hardest climb and lots of speed for the open road. Mrs. Fannie Woolf and Miss Bar-bara Burhmas returned Sunday from Kellogg, Idaho, where they visited with Mrs. Woolfa son. Mrs. Frank Davis and son returned Saturday from a month's visit with relatives In Ogden. ( Mrs. Cecil Buck returned Saturday from Woods Cross where she visited jwilth her mother, Mrs. F. R. Nelson for two weeks. l ,'" ' Mrs. Willis Perkins of Woods Cross and Mt .and Mrs. J. P. Katvenmler of Oakland, Cal., were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Higgs. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Breckon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wardlaw, and Dr. and Mrs. Paul Rlchardsa enjoyed picnic in Little Cottonwood Canyon Saturday evening. , NEPHI L. MORRIS TO SPEAK. -- At the weekly luncheon of the is Club to be held at Kiwanis Hall tonight Hon. Nephi L. Mori is will deliver an addi-es- s on tho subject of tariffs. x " , Through the' efforts,, of Mr. H. C. McShane, who will have charge of the program, Mr. Morris was induced to come and address the club. Mr. MJorris is known Throughout the! Intermountain country as an orator and exceptionally logical and forceful speaker. A large attendance is anticipated. NEW PLANT AT COPPERTON. The Utah Copper Company has a force of men at work putting in the foundations for a precipitating plant by the highway just above Copperton, This plant will be 1000 feet long, of permanent construction, and with ca-pacity to handle a large volume of copper water, which will be piped from the mine in Bingham. . ' The Denver & Rio Grande Rail-road have extended itg tracks to the site of the new plant and are ready to serve their freight requirements. I 'BINGHAM STANDARD PUTS ADD. jv TIONAL MEN ON ITS WORK, i I ' Word from the Bingrham Standard I Mines Company Is to the effect that 1 they have put o nadditional men this If' "week to rush the work in drawing the j lower tunnel, Work is" progressing I atlsfactorily. Construction of !arr J tiuters for the men will soon be un- - 1 der way, and according to the man- - 1; agement they hope before long to be I f la position to take care of men for J three eight hour shifts per day. Excellent showings of ore have been encountered In the lower tunnel considerably ahead of whera I 1 anticipated. The management is more than pleased with the progress being made, and esepeclally enthusod about the excellent showings being p encountered . Mrs. Joe Norden entertained the A W L Club at her home at the Apex Friday evening. Bridge wa3 the feat-ure. A low bowl of fall flowers form-ed the' centerpiece for the supper 'ta-ble. Covers were laid for Mrs. Louis Buchmaa, Miss Jennie Buchman, Miss Lucille MrComb, Mrs. Robert Hone, Mrs. O, S. Jensen, Mrs. Eugene Mor-ris, Mrs. A. C. Cole, Mrs. Leslie Breckon, Mrs. Harvey Garrity. Mrs. Neva Able, Mrs. J .C. Leiser, and Mrs. Maurice Cotter. . Mrs. Robert Hone was hostess to the Martha Sewing Circle Wednesd-da- y afternoon. Bridge was played. A delicious luncheon was served to Mrs-Mrs- , Roscoe Casper, Mrs. J. A. Ingalii, Mrs. W. W. Showalter, Mrs. Earl Sep-Pie- , Mrs. A. C, Larrlck, Mrs. George Bolman, Mrs. Will Trevarthen, Mns. George Robbe, Mrs. Theo Chesler, Mrs. Max Brisk, Mrs. John West and Mrs. A. Weldman. TRADE. Every Indication points to better business in Bingham Cany ononis fall Without exception, every merchant here reported improved trade during the past week. ... As cooler weather approaches we require more of the wares carried by our local dealers, vacation time is over and the resorts are closed. All these things tend to stimulate local trade and results in an Improved fi-nancial condition for the community. Payrolls here are large indeed and if the major portion of these av spent with local people, Bingham surely will prosper. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Macke and family returned Wednesday from a two weeks trip through Yellowstose and Butte, Montana. : Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Doman return-ed Friday ftrotn a tour through Yel-lowstone. I f Mr. Boyd Barnard and children were j 'Salt Lake visitors Sunday. i ; '