CONGRATULATIONS LI fr: fc A I ' 4 I : :ES2?V 5 1 iltrr:::::: T'l 5 lilt: : .... ""' j-V , f ! . iiilli ,M& ' : v , fi MR. WALT HORROCKS of 1202 McClelland Street receives re-ceives the Birthday Congratulations Congratula-tions of The Bulletin to Sugar House residents this week. Mr. Horrocks has lived at his present address for the last five years. Walt was born November 26, 1903 in Salt Lake City, and here in the local schools he received his education. He entered the ?m-ploy ?m-ploy of the Utah Light and Traction Trac-tion Company on November 17, 1925 as a car cleaner and at the Amateur movie making is one of Walt's chief hobbies, but he is also an ardent baseball fan. And during the bowling season Thursday Thurs-day evening you will find him at the Alleys where he bowls in the UPLACO league. He consistently maintains an average of 155 pins per game. . Walt reversed the usual procedure pro-cedure of celebrating birthdays by spending the day Instead of the evening at home with his wife and fourteen year old son. present time holds the position of Auto Mechanic 2nd Class with that company, the entire period being spent on night shift. You can't exactly say Walt is in a "rut," but he claims he never held a day shift job, as prior to the time he was employed by the Traction Comparjy he spent 12 years on the' night shift in - the employ of the Sherwood Pharmacy. CONGRATULATONS also go to the following residents Of Sugar House, also employes of the Traction Company: Franz Recourt, 2128 McClelland street, Helper. J. D. Winward, 1345 South 4th East, 1 Operator. R. F. McArdle, 1501 Lincoln Street, Test Forman.