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I' j THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY. JULY 1. 1920 I
.;r- 60 SCOUTS Tfi
1 MAKE PARK TRiP
f Delegation to Leave Here
j July 20 for the Yellow-
'Ji I Mora than forty boys of troops 16
yUl and 21 of thr local Boy Scouts have
fl Already si-m-d ii to tukr tin- trip to
H Yellowstone during th" latter part of
Bfl the present month ami It Ik rxp- ted
K that more than 60 will be on hand'
jflHHj when the train depart for the north.'
BHH i .Movies of the trip will he taken byi
HHJi a local photographer and will be I
ifH I screened at an I (?dcn theatre. Thf ,
1 now of the doing each day will be .
1 li to th- Stundard-Examln i
HHI from points In the park, the hcoiUs
Kjftl " lioi,,i j, i .-.ftinc
liur f th. tour
rJL 1, I r. Charles ' Plummet, Utata nnt-
i, i urallat; th park nipervlaor, w 0
II I J'tdg-. 1 1" Steele. Scout Exeru-
BBr I i tlvo G. A. Goates and several other
jfcHn I local ncout men and physicians will
P I accompany the scouts on the trip.
B I I They will have Ogden about July -0
m and will he away two weeks.
3L j Flyers to Perform I
Bj j at Butte on Fourth
I Lieut. Harold Smith and Captain :
MVH I Harold Worthman, former army flyers 1
fjM g were Ogden visitor! today en route to;
mP I Hut t-. Montana, where they will thrill
w tho it mdi ind thousand! of people on.
Jul; I :i n.l 'lo lat,. mod.-l Hants
B, , I tvere shljincd from San Francisco to
Hum I Montana last week and will be pilot-,
H I ed by the two men.
Jwfj I One of the big features of their j
g Showing . i Butt( and other Montana
tfl I Cities will be the stunts performed b
VTH I Daredevil Lockleari formerlj of thej
HUH f serxtce.
R Locklear Is expected In gden today!
from the coast. He has been starring
A at Los Angeles in the movlo world, be
reaV I mg featured In ri :it alp picture,
T I '"The Gr it Air Robber
W I oo
j bam uapiiam Leaves
M I After Vacation Here
H I Ban Clapham, light heavyweight
H t champion wrestler of England and
H I holder of the Lord Lonsdale belt, af-
H I tor spending more than a month vaca-
MH ; , tlonlng In Ogden canyon, departed to-
3H i ( day for Colorado, where he la sched-
H uled to meet two of th" best men In
sjH i I the west during the holidays.
H I Clapham has a number of matches
i heduled In the east and after the
tfll ( Colorado matches will return to his
H Chicago home to rest until the gong
H Bounds next fall.
" HEBE TOMORROW
Kirkendall to Join California
Delegation as Ogden
One hundred and twenty-five dele
gates to the Elks' national convention
it Chicago will arrive In ogden at
1.41 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from
San Kranclsco and other coast points
In a special train, according to offi
cials of the Southern Pacific line.
At Ogden the men will hr met tyj
representatives of the Salt I,ake and!
ogd-n lodges and shown over the city
It is said.
P. F. Kirkendall of the local lodge
vlll depurt with the California dele
gates as a representative of It!.
Phil Kohn, of ngden. who Is now in
the east will attend the convention as
a visitor. The special train will de
part from Ogden shortly after 3
o'clock for the east.
COME ON, KIDS,
1 LET'S GO; CITY
POOL IS OPENED
Come on. kids, get your bathing
6ults and let's go.
Today Is the banner day of the year.
At 1 o'clock this afternoon the south
Washington swimming pool opened for
tho season. Chris Klygare. commis
sioner of parks this morning prepared
everything for the big rush and the
cool water g now awaiting.
Hour for th boys each day will be
from 1 o'clock to 4 o'clock. The girls
will have the pool from 4 o'clock to
7 o'clock, and from 7 to 10 the adults
will bo permitted to solash around.
The pool will be closed on Sundays. j
A lady attendant will be on hand at
nil times during the irls turn at the
pool and a man attendant will keep
careful guard over the boys. Mr Fly
gare said thl.s afternoon that the pool.i
bath houses and all fixtures are In
first class shape and awaiting the
swimmers. Let's go.
Ogden Boxer to Enter
Fistic Bout Tonight
Bill Glasmnnn former middleweight
champion of the Pacific coast detach
ments during the world war. In the
mlt class, will tangle tonight In the
hi ml-flnals of the boxing tilts which
.ire li'-ini: singed at Portland, the win
ners to Journey east and mix with win
ners In that section for honors to rep
resent America at the Olymph games
, DIES IN IDAHO
Mrs. Lillian Broadbent Turner
Passes Away at Soda
Mrs. Lillian Broadbent Turner, wife
'of George A. Turner, died at the hoe
pltal at Soda Springs, Idaho. Wed
nesday morning She was 27 years
She was the daughter of Mr and
Mrs E. J. Broadbent of this city and I
was a member of the L, D. S.
church, having acted as secretary
of the L. D. S. mission in Japan and
as a Sunday school teacher in the I
Sixth ward She was also first j
counsellor in the Relief society at
Grace, Ida., where she resided.
Before her marriage ?.Irs Turner
was head cashier for W H. Wright
& Sons' company.
Surviving are Mr. Turner, a baby
daughter, her father and mother and
these brothers and sisters, Orson L., I
Lel&nd F., E. Ardon. William H and j
Lorin Broadbent and Mrs. Portia '
Shreevefl The body will be brought
to Ogden for burial.
to Visit Ogden Canyon
I More than T.00 delegates to the!
' Democratic national convention nowi
' in session at San Francisco will vlsiti
Ogden canyon and other points of ln-
' terest on their return. n ordlng to in
formation ghen out at local railroad
uffir s today
I The States of Nebraska. Tennessee.
Virginia, North Carolina and Penn
sylvania have voted to visit the won
ders of this city, it Is said. Other
states are expected to follow suit.
S. P. Engineer and
Ogden Woman Marry
R. E Carlson, Southern Pacific en
gineer and Mrs. Elisabeth Onnlston,
both of Ogden, were united In mar
riage at Farmlngton yesterday after
noon i irilhi Hlackman and Jack
Cramer were bride's maid and best
man at the ceremony.
The couple are well known in
Ogden. They departed on a honey
moon trip to Portland and the north
west last night and will mako their i
home In Ogden on their return.
Miss Josephine Randall Grati
fied Over Opening of Her
Thp grnss play hour commenced this
morning In Lester park. Miss Jose
phine Ilandall in charge is most opti
mistic over the commencement and
declares that ''gilen bids fair to make
a good showing in the organised J 1 a
"Therf were more In attendance at
the school hour," Miss Randall said
thH morning. "than 1 had expected
and the ones attending were mofll
capable in their potentialities t"r pla
leaden This in the hopeful phase of
the work for if Ogden secures .i niim
l r of women Interested anil capable
along play lines the future of organ
ized grass play here Is assured
' There were 76 children In the
games of grass play In Ix-ster park at
11 o'clock This is ron-Hi. t.,i ir)
good Indeed for the first day. The
children will tiring tnelr friends from
: to day and thvs the group devel
ops in numbers.
Tonight at 7 o'clock Mics Randall
and seven oi the women who are help
ing her will meet rho children on City
Hall park to commence the play hour
on that park. The children whose
homes are in th apartment and room
ing houses and hotels are with all the
in of the dov n town community
asked to attend.
Seventeen of the women who at
tended the classes this morning en
rulle.i for the monih's course. Other
'lll Join later. Instructions is given
from 9 a. m to 10 a m and from 11
a. m to 1J m. the play hour demon
strates the morning instruction.
Trapper Kills Huge
Lion Near Morgan
The killing of a huge female moun
tain lion near Morgan Is reported by
Burt Mien, trapper for the State llve
slo' l; i oiiin - ion. lie is preparing to
return and capture the kittens in the
Allen reports that the lion has kill-'
rrl SO shup belonging to the Rleh-M
! ards company, and about 90 sheep be
I longing to the Droubay company in
Business of Importance. Eull at
tendance desired, Friday evening,
E J W ATKINS, Dictator.
I ROY REEDER, Secretary.
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by Auto Tourists
"Sunnyland'a Special." a one-ton
truck hearing: four people from Penn
sylvania on a KVPfly tour of the rea
in search of a desirable place to lo
cate, was in Ogden estTila en route
to the coast. The party consists of
Milton Rock driver and repairman;
Mis. I.ouisi Rock und Mr. and Mrs
Frederick Itelcher. all of Ardmore, I'a
The truck, unique In construction,
has traveled through eleven states
since leaving Pennsylvania, April 2ft
Bcrawled on the sides of the truck Is
the slogan. "Philadelphia t Loa An
I gele.-i. ' The truck has been In the
following states since departing from
the east: Pennsylvania, Maryland,
Wi I Virginia, "hio, Indiana. Illinois.
i Mia ourl, Kansas, Colorado. Wyoming
The automobile resembles, from ap- H
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Two tents, four cots, rolding table j H
and chairs and other matorials pro- ' H
j vide conveniences en route H
Physicians of Brest. Fiance, are do- L I
mundlng an eight-hour day. v H
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Frank Kramer has been compet- I ifl
1 Ing in bicycle rnces for 25 years. E'fl
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