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Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, June 21, 1919, Image 12

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12 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
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H Never a bolt where a rivet will do. Tight fittings m
H guaranteed. Good for a generation of service.
H LEONARD C. NOUUIS, DlH- II. MITCHELL SHEET METAL
H trlliutor. Office a3 Jmlrrc WKS., Agents. WorkH 48
h iruiiiiur. unite .i-.i Jiuiffc ElHt gth Sotl, Si vhime jIy
H IIulldliiK, IMiuiic Wan. 3170. 2008.
H lertained at a dinner Monday night at
Hj their home, 3340 South State street,
B in honor of Miss Walton and Mr. Lat-
M imer. Tuesday evening Mrs. Roswell
Hj Coin entertained in honor of the
m hride. Wf nesday evening the Miller
B ward Sunday school entertained for
m the bride and bridegroom at the Wal-
H
ton home. Thursday evening Miss
llve Marensky entertained at a show
er for the bride, and Friday evening
the Miller ward gave a reception for
Miss Walton and Mr. Latimer, who
will leave soon after the wedding as
missionaries for the Mormon church
in the Society islands.
WE PRINT GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
OUR CRAFTSMANSHIP
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
Centurp printing
Company
W. G ROMNEY J.' Q. RYAN
CENTURY BUILDING
231 EDI80N STREET
Phona
Waifltch 1801
Printers. Binders, Designers, Linotypers
A HE entertainment committee of
the Country club has arranged
regular Wednesday evening dinners
and dances, in addition to the Wed
nesday lunches and the Saturday
evening dinner dances. MubIc is fur
nished by the McCool orchestra, both
Wednesday and Saturday.
TNOUNCEMENT is made by Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Marion Cross
of Merceed, Cal., of the engagement
of their daughter, Helen Angeline, to
Julian Young Burton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles S. Burton of this city.
The wedding will take place in the
fall. Miss Cross formerly resided in
San Francisco. She is a graduate of
Stanford university, class of 1918, and
is a member of the Kappa Kappa
Gamma sorority. She is also a former
student of Mills college. Burton is
also a Stanfordite and a member of
the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Recent
ly he returned from overseas, where
he spent two years in service with
the Stanford ambulance unit.
MRS. W. Edward Fife was the hos
at tea Monday afternoon in her
beautiful new home on East South
Temple street, between the nours of
4 and 6 o'clock. June loses decorated
the rooms. About 100 called during
the afternoon.
MR. and Mrs. Guy Bolognese an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Janette to Mark Pitt Ingalls.
The wedding will take place the latter
part of June.
A WAR JOKE
(Continued from Page Five.)
stories and to write technical dope
about artillery fire.
The articles were as full of mathe
matical calculations and signs as the
Milky Way is of stars.
Peter's friends were working over
time. He kept them busy making cal
culations or supplying technical
phrases for his articles.
There was some thought of naming
him an instructor in higher mathe
matics at St. Cyr, but when he heard
hint of it he urged that the honor
be conferred upon Major White. It
was a noble revenge.
Such is the modesty and simplicity
of true greatness. And in order not
to add too much to his fame he
stopped writing those technical articles.
DELINQUENT LIST ASSESSMENT, Ik.
NO. 3.
Big Cottonwood Coalition Mines Com
pany, June 4, 1919.
Principal place of business, Salt
Lake City, Utah.
NOTICE There is delinquent upon
the following described stock, on ac
count of assessment No. 3, levied
upon the 5th day of March, 1919, the ,
several amounts set opposite the
names of the respective shareholders,
as follows:
No. No. J
Cert. Name Shares Amt.
10 Alt, Chas 1000 $ 10.00 &
100 Allen, Milton 2000 20.00 'V
194 Bell, T. W 44G 4.4G
391 Bell, T. W. 3167 31.G7
384 Bell, T. W 5000 50.00
385 Bell, T. W. 5000 50.00
386 Bell, T. W 5000 50.00
387 Bell, T. W. 5000 50.00
388 Bell, T. W '. 5000 50.00
389 Bell, T. W 5000 50.00
390 Bell, T. W 5000 50.00
392 Bell, T. W 1000 10.00
393 Bell, T. W 1000 10.00
394 Bell, T. W. 1000 10.00
577 Bell, T. W. 251 2.51 ''
222 Bell, Wm. T 5000 50.00
223 Bell, Wm. T 5000 50.00
224 Bell, Wm. T 5000 50.00
225 Bell, Wm. T 5000 50.00
503 Baker C. W. 1000 10.00 j
514 Baker, C. W 1000 10.00 j
229 Bell, Clarence 1340 13.40
228 Bell, Clarence 6250 62.50
633 Bell, Clarence 1403 14.03
16 Donovan, K 500 5.00
28 Donovan, K 500 5.00
609 Donovan, K 1000 10.00
610 Donovan, K 1000 10.00
Gil Donovan, K 500 5.00 v.
612 Donovan, K 500 5.00 V
613 Donovan, K 500 5.00
G19 Greenhagen, A. C. .. 500 5.00 '
620 Greenhagen, A. C. 93 .93
53 Grow, Jos 200 2.00
145 Grow, Jos 200 2.00
635 Granter, Geo 200 2.00
134 Hurd, A. E '. 304 3 04
159 Hurd, A. E GOO G.00
161 Hurd, A. E 250 2.50
162 Hurd, A. E 200 2.00
163 Hurd, A. E 450 4.50
239 Hurd, A. E 5000 50.00
240 Hurd, A. E 5000 50.00
241 Hurd, A. E 5000 ' 50.00
242 Hurd, A. E 5000 60.00
244 Hurd, A. E 1000 10.00
245 Hurd, A. E 1000 10.00
246 Hurd, A. E 1000 10.00
247 Hurd, A. E '. 1000 10 00
248 Hurd, A. E 500 5.00
249 Hurd, A. E 500 5.00
250 Hurd, A. E 4000 40 00
243 Hurd, A. E 5000 50.00
451 Hurd, A. E 250 2.50
584 Hurd, A. E 5000 50 00 f tj
585 Hurd, A. E 4000 40.00
586 Hurd, A. E 4950 49 50
587 Hurd, A. E 975 9 75
588 Hurd, A. E 51 51
621 Hurd, A. E 2285 22.85
G22 Headlund, J. A 15 .15
444 Ilawley, G . E 500 5.00
551 Holley, C 500 5.00
40 Hubbard, W. E 1000 10.00
11G Hubbard, W. E 1000 10.00
519 Hurd. J. D 500 5.00
186 Headlund, Collin 300 3.00
192 Headlund, Collfn 500 5.00
55 Hurd, Jos. H 929 9.29
591 Hurd, Jos. H 1000 10 00 ,
592 Hurd, Jos. H 1000 10.00 Jf
593 Hurd, Jos. H 330 3.30' i
397 Hurd, Jos. H 500 5.00
19 Hurd, E. 100 1 00
95 Isaac. Rachel 150 1.50
94 Isaac, Ellen 150 1.50
61 Iaccino, A.' 1000 10.00
442 Lewis, Jos. G 500 5.00
443 Lewis, Jos. G 500 5.00
4G Litteri, F 500 5.00

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