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I TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 3. 1920. 5H?g tattUarft-g XattUttPr i
Itt HAROLD
jfiBUlBRiftH& . IN BIG COMEOY SPECIAL
HI ! THAT WILL RATTLE YOUR
HlJij RIBS. SHIVER YOUR LIVER
BJVtdL fSlE AN TICKLE Y0UR "TUM"
DIZZY MV" - '
OLIVE THOMAS
"Youthful Folly"
OGDEN THEATRE
CREAM OF PICTURES NO YEARLY CONTRACTS
I WILL
ADDRESS CLUB
Assistant Federal Game Ward
en to Talk at Rod and
Gun Meeting
The monthly meeting of the Weber
County Rod an'l Gun association will
be held at the Weber county court I
house Friday evening, according to I
President A. T Hestmark Several Im-j
portant problems will be discussed at.
the meeting it is said
Irving C. Emmett, assistant Fnlted
Slates federal gain.- warden, w ill be
one of the speakers on the program
ffr Kmmett, formerly in charge of i
the western district Is expected to re
turn frcyn northern Utah this week,
where ho has been on an Inspection I
tour with other government men.
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HT SPEKCER
WHS RACES
By ankling away with 3l straiKht
races in the first half of the national
championship bicycle events at the
Newark. N J. Velodrome. Art Spen-j
. cer. riding a Dayton bicycle, has prac
tlcaly .laid claim to the 1920 title
While six races are scheduled for
the second halt, nothing short of a
broken limb can keep Spencer from
wining the crown, says, Olson of
Browning Lros. Co.. who soils the Day
ton bicycle here. The six victories give
him a total of 30 points while his
nearest competitor has registered only
13 points.
The events won by Spencer are- one
third mile, one-half mile, one-quarter
mile, one mile, two miles and five
miles.
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I 18,090 Carried by
I R. R. During July
'-.Passenger traffic east and west out
JH of iffden continues to be heavy, ae-
Cbrdlpg lo railroad Officials Jun- . .-.
rcorrl ,1 om h- record breaking month
due to th fad t! a thn :"'irinors con
ventlon at Portland was In session and
JH the Democratic convention at Ran
Inn la o was held. Despite bhat fact
k. ' on i 1. 1 i 1 passengers were Og-
JH dn visitors east and west bonnd dur-
lag the month of July
JH The Ini rease for July was mere than
twenty per cent over July for lh
Hi 19 season. Thus fa,- this mortb iht
JH Atigu--t re'-oriK nopesr to 'r 'Inn-
H ger of b'-lnr: shattered as the passen-
ger travel continues to e i.e;, . ..
MAY ATTEMPT
NON-STOP TRIP
Idaho Flyer to Try Continuous
Flight From Boise to
Ocjden
H. H Barker, former army flier,
now engaged In the airplane business
in Idaho, will attempt a non-stop
flight from Boise to ugden during the
latter part of August, according to
word given out today by officials of
the I'tah-Idaho Central railroad.
Barker made a record flight from
Granger. Wyo. lo Oondlng. Ida.. Inst
month, coving the 337 miles In near
world record time lie hail as his
psssenger "Pussyfoot" Johnson, pro
hibition lecturer
Barker has made sevenl success
ful long distance flights and expects
to clip the distance between ogden
and Pols? In better than three hours
o: flying time.
The Idaho flier has been engaged to
thrill visitors at the annual " Peach"
celebration at Brlgham City, according
to word given out toduy. Barker has
a pnssi nger plane, w hich Is capable of
carrying thieo passengers.
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San Diego Scouts on
Way Back From Park
i After spending more than two weeks
in Yellowstone national park more
thi.n thirty Boy Scouts of various
troopj of San Diego Cal . arrived in
t'sden today en route to the crust.
The scouts nikod more than 200 miles
through the wonderland during their
trip, according tu Scoutmaster George
Hine'a
Scoutma.Mer Mines stated that Lis
jpsH'ty met the Ogden scouts last Fri
riaj morning Shout twenty miles from
jibe west entrance of the park. He
stated 'hat the CrCdfn scouts were in
llie highest of !-plrit3 and having a
wonderful time.
Was d to Hold Mat
Event Next Friday
Jack Hrherteon. gden pride on
th'" mat. and Sam Chapman. British
liht he.i weigh! champion will wres
tle beat two in three falls to a finish
at the Tourteenth ward amusement
hall Friday evening according to In-
fi-rmation k'lven out today. llerb rt
! son will also wrestle Bishop Clarence
Morris. The proceeds will go toward
Improvements being planned for the
ward.
r
Tuck a couple of bottles of STANDARD CLUB
I n; beside that cool chunk of ice.
I Forget it iintil you feel your Pep evaporating
J Tfaieu think of what thai ice chest has in Btore
H I for you !
You are missing something if you haven't a ease
H m the cellar.
I Standard Club A DEL GHTFUL I
I COMBINATION
I tiinOrPf AlP ,J,ace tw,J botll of Standard
J VI IDVl AiV Club and grape Juice on Ice
i' PHONE FOR A GCC W a"d S'iCC thln ono lemon-
. I CA8E TODAY SK)-V '"I T V'i,"
a block or ice Into a bowl. rn.p4y
Into this the ginger ale and
Standard Bottling Co. mvt juice, 8ur weii and serve
J Ogden Utah
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REGISTRATION
AGENTS NAMED
County Clerk Prepares Lists
and Announces Dates for
City and County
Registration agents and thoir dis
tricts were announced today by Coun
ty Clerk Waller N Parr There will
be eight registration days thill year,
August 9. 17, 28, and October b. 6, 12,
1 26 and 2 7.
Ttie list follows:
I 1 Isabella S. liarner, 312". Wash
ington avenue.
2. Ida M. Flinders. 321' Grant ave
i nue.
3 John Tlngen, 3260 Stephens
I enue.
4. DianthS Wilson 102 West Thir
tieth street
6. Neta Austin, 14 1 Thirtieth st
(, Lennie Welch, 3003 Grant ave
1 tie.
7 Anna Dunham. 2874 Grant ave
nue. 8. Alice W. Naisbett, 2C4S Grant
I a enue.
9. Mary H. Gelger. 268 Twenty
eighth utreet.
in. Kthel Tincock. 128 Twcnty-
eighth street.
I 11. Mary E Jones, 2731 Wall ave
' nue.
12. Dora Wagslaff, 2436 "B" ave
j nue.
13 Sarah S oung. 2171 Reeves
.avenue.
14. Nellie Major. 17o Twenty-fifth
I street
16 Lleuella Thomas, 365 Twenty
third street.
16 Mary H Evans. 2248 Lincoln
a enue.
17. Elizabeth Tracy. 241 Twenty
First street.
18. E. V Wright. 1935 Grant ave
nue 19. Joseph M. Harbertson, 341
Eighteenth street
20. Mary R. Williams. 1639 Hud
son avenue.
21. Anna S. Hansen. 1904 Giant
I avenue.
22. Edna M. Clcgg. 339 Fourth
street
23 Caroline Myers, 540 First
street.
24 -Minnie Weslemclr, 456 Thlr
Iteentb street.
I 25. Mary E. Shaw, 1011 orchard
avenue.
26. Myrtle Badger, 1220 Jefferson
avenue.
27. Lottie C. Norrls, 1660 Wash
ington avenue
28. Pearl Baxter, 2064 Jefferson
avenue.
29. Kato Van Dyke. S50 Twenty
first street.
30. Grace M. Jones, 2249 Eccles
avenue.
31. Fidelia Trorllcht. 884 Twenty
j third Blreet.
32. Lucy Jensen, C29 Twenty -S 60
Icnd street
33. Frances Huss, 215S Adams avc
I nue.
34 Elnora Wlntle. 2106 Washing
ton avenue.
36. Clara Carv er, 2357 Adams ave
nue 36. Evelyn E. West. 52S Twenty
fourth street.
37 Eliza J. Jackson. 2355 Madison
avenue
38 Charlotte B. Tillotson. 748
Twenty-fourth street.
39. Martha B. Cooley, 2 4 5 4 Monroe
I a enue.
40, Ireta C. Evans. 2340 Eccles
avenue.
4 1 Mary L Harrison. 1132 Twenty-fourth
street.
4 2. Sarah Gettens. 2530 Van Bu-
t en avenue.
43, Maggie Purrlngton. 2660 Ec
jcles avenue.
44 Merrlbell Stevenson. 2625
j Qulncy avenue.
45. Emma Shreeve, 254 Madison
avenue.
46 Eva Browning, 667 Twenty
sixth street.
47. Evelyn Halvcrson, 2619 Jcf
I ftrson avenue.
48. Nona Raul, 439 Blnford avenue.
49. Rosamond Backer, 478 Twenty-eighth
street.
50. Mary A. Hussey, 2970 Adams
avenue.
51. Elizabeth Lockhead. 2740 Jef
ferson avenue.
52. Dora i'. Eiolther, S21 Twenty
! eighth street.
53. Harriot J. Jackson. 3024 Ad
lams avenue.
54. George F. Hunter. 304 1 Wash
' Ington avenue.
WUflXl HIM K14 I B
Burch Creek William Royle.
Eden Olive M Q rah am.
Parr West Zenis Chugg.
Harrisvllle Levi J. Taylor
Hooper No. 1 John W. By Ington.
Hooper No. 2 Jennie Child.
H untsville ESmnla Peterson
KaneSViHe Thomas Fowle.s
liberty David E. I'hnrd
Marriott John J. Powell.
North 'gden No. 1 John Hall
North ogden No 2 T. E . Berrett.
Jr.
Plain City Aunie Rhead.
Pleasant View Leo Cragun.
Randall Mary L. Rand ill
R'.verdale John 11 Thompson.
Roy Ollvo Hollands.
Slatervllle J. M Wheeler
Taylor Evelyn T. Hunter.
Warren Arthur W. Marriott.
West W-arren Serena Muirbrook
I'mtiih Walter M Perneliiis
Weat Veber James R. McKarland
Wilson Vlnetta Martin
Motorcycle Races I
j Planned for Aug. 15
' What gives promise of belnc one of
the most complete .ards of motoi
races ever staged In the .wtnte will be
held at the Lagoon rare track Sunda.
August 15, according to officials of trie
motorcycle club
The Indian team w ill he one of the
best that over represented the "Red
I'Dcvils" In competition according to
'the announcement made toda bj
i President A Applegatc of the ogden
club Ixin Claflln, Indian agent at
i!t Ilk.- wired the local offl-rials
' todav that he would have three rep
resi ntatlves In the professional events.
The card of the events Is now being
completed and some fast time Js ex
pected when the professionals clash
Al Ward, Ray Peck, Fred Whlttlcr, I
'Larr Kllckenstein. Lon Claflln and
other noted stars will lie een in action
A special race for Kord bugs" will
I be one of the features of the card.
A race for high powered automo
biles is also being contemplated,
owners from Salt I-ake and Ogden be
ing anxious to display their speed on
the mile track.
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Notice
I. the undersigned, will not be re
sponsible for any bills contracted L
nnvnne but mvxelf.
.(Signed; RUFFS WA'fSoN
4057
PAVING WORK IS "
WELLUNDERWAY
Three Steamshovels at Work
on City's Half-million Dol
lar Program
Three steamshovels are operating In
different parts of the city excavating
for th. beginning of paving work to
Complete Ogdcn'a half-million dollar
paving program.
The Utah Rapid Transit has about
n mile of trench dug for the paved
section for car tracks on north Wirdi
i Ington avenue, completion of which
will signal the beginning ol the Clty'l
work on paving the east side of the
:-t reet
On Capitol street, between Van Bu
ien and Harrison avenues, the Wheel
wright Construction company Is oper
ating and P J. Moran hrR started
i itws to work on Jefferson avenue,
which Is to Vic paved from Twentieth
to Twenty-fifth street.
Paving on Grant avenue will bo
completed by the end of the week,
according to City Engineer J M.
Tracy.
It Is Intended to have of the
paving work finished before the snow
files.
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Body of Salt Lake
Soldier Taken Home
The body of Private James J Wal
las, B battery. Tenth field artillery,
arrived in Ogden today en route to
Salt Lake City from Germany. Wallas
died of pneumonia while in the p rv
lce February 2o. 1013. Private John
W. Eakln of Fort Russell, was In
(charge of the body
Eakln stated today that an average
of 21 bodies weekly are now arriving
In ("beyenne from overseas and that
the remains are being delivered to the
parents In various sections of the
west
To Honor Retiring
Bishopric at Wilson
A social In honor of the retiring
bishopric of the Wilson ward will h.
held in the ward hall next Friday
nlRht, according to announcement
made by Mlshop James H. Plait.
A special program. Including a farc
and a dance have been provided and
all members of the ward and friends
of the retiring officers are invited to
be present
The retiring bishopric includes Bish
op E. A. Bingham, Carl V. Andersen
an Jajnei H. Patt, the present bishop
of the ward.
SUGAR GEM?
IH PRESERVING
Free School at Wright's Store
Gives Lessons in Fruit and
Vegetable Canning
The high cost of sugar need not dis
courage you In the putting up of fruits
and vegetables for winter use. A class
Is now being conducted In the down
stairs stoi,. ;n Wrights' store, in which
the Instructions are given by which
this is accomplished.
The classes beprin at 10 o'clock each
morning, and all women are Invited
to attend. Every day a different "les
son" Is given in which the various
fruits and vegetables now on the
market are used
In the class-room there Is now a
display of products that have been
put up during past classes There
are bottles of vegotables and fruits
that look as fresh as the day they
' were picked from the vines or the
I trees. All of the fruits and vegetables
I that are put up at the class are to be
' Kiven away to those who attend the
! classes. The new series of classes be
i gins at the store tomorrow morning
j al 10 o'clock.
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Naval Aviators to
Enter Non-stop Try
Lieutenant H. P Woods and Cap
tain Manning. both naval aviators
were Ogden v lsitors today en route
to the Atlantic coast from San Diego.
Both men are scheduled to take part
In a proposed flight from New
York City to Pensacola. Florida,
which will be attempted by
the government In the near fu
ture The flight will be attempted as
'a non-stop performance according to
the officers.
Both officers have locn In the ser
i ice since 1917 and served In France
1 1 during the war being stationed al
1 1 Rret. Fram
1
The Colored Republican Club of
Weber County Will Give a
GRAND REPUBLICAN RALLY
on August 4. 1920, at the Eagles'
hall on Hudson avenue, in the City
of Ogden, Utah.
The speakers will be J. T. More
Imd and George A. Thomas of Salt
Lake City, who will make 6hort
speeches on the issues of the day
County Chairman Arthur A. Wool
ley will make a short speech on
"Republican Organization in the
United States."
P L Turner of Ogden will speak
on the Constitutional Rights of Citi
zens of the United States Leading
Up to the Next President of the
United States W. G. Harding.
A grand ball will commence after
the speaking and muoic will be fur
nished by Professor Easley's string
band from Salt Lake City. Every
body come early, as the hall will be
decorated for the grand rally at 7;30
p. m.
RICHARD BY AS,
President ,
H L. MARQUE.
Secretary.
COUNTY STARTS
RDCKCRUSHER
Plant Near Pleasant View in
Operation; Roads to Be
Improved
The county's rock crushing plant
at Pleasant view started operations
this morning. The crusher has an
eight-hour capacity of 30d ions.
The crushed material will be used
ot repair md Improve roads through
out the county
Work will be started Immediately
on Harrisvllle road. This section, two
miles west from the City line, to Farr
N est, Is the worst stretch In the
county, according to W. H. Taylor,
suite road agent.
The Wilson road will also be Im
proved. Crushed rock will be laid on a two
Inch black' base, tho road agent
sai
With the completion of these two
projects county roads generally will
be In first-class condition.
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Tickets on Sale for
'Stone Legs' Tomorrow
The ( igden stakes big musical com
edy, "Stone I.ogs. ' which will be pre
sented ol the Urpheum theatre Thurs
day and Friday evening.
Everything is ready for the big
show, and the final dress rehearsal
will be held tomorrow Rehearsals
havo been held dally for the past five
weeks and each member of the large
ci-st of 100 has mastered his or hor
part
Photographs were taken of different
groups of the cast the first of the
week, and have been placed In promi
nent show windows. where they arc
attracting much attention.
The reserved seat sale for "Stone
Legs'' will open tomorrow.
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Heninger Family
Hold Reunion Today
Members of the Heninger family
I are holding a reunion at Lorin Farr
park toda A program has been ar
j ranged for entertainment during the
afternoon A lunch for tho family
membership present will bo served
j loward evening
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Grass Fires Keep
Department on Run
Grass fires in all sections of the city
are causing many runs for the fre de
partment. ith dry conditions prevailing sev
eral grass blazes occur every day, but
thus far none have succeeded in start
I lug a serious fire, firemen say
Continue Sentencing of
Hampton Two Weeks
Sentencing of Walter M. Hampton,
who was convicted in the district court
on a forgery charge has been deferred
until August 16. it is understood that
I Ms counsel will then make motion for
a new trial.
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Fruit Shipments From
Coast Keep Up Record
Two hundred and fifty cars of fruit
are arriving In ogden daily from tho
west, according to officials of the Pa
'.ii' Fruit Express. The majority of
the fruits are being received from California.
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Two Autos Collide
at Riverdale Bridge
Two automobiles were badly smash
ed last night on the east side of the
Riverdale bridge n a collision between
(cars owned by Joseph Parsons 614
Thirty-first -treet and J. M Cline of
Salt Iike
Parsons, It is claimed, was traveling I
east at a speed of about u miles per
hour The other machine is alleged
to havo been traveling at 30 miles per
hour
Chauffeur Ed Rutterfiold and De
tective Stevens Investigated the acci
dent. The left front end of the Parson s
car was badly smashed, while th-- left
side of the CUne car was damaged
conslderablv . Occupants of each car
escaped without Injury aside from a
' sev ere shaking up,
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Moran Day to Be Held ;
at Lagoon August 14
Moran day will be celebrated by em
ployes of Pat Moran, the paving con
tractor, at Lagoon August 14
Automobile ra 68 on the Iogoon
race tra k together with horse rrv 1 B
j motor races, foot races and other
SVentS will be featured The com
p!l te program for the annual outing
I will be announced during the week,
according to those, In charK-
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Harold Lloyd
'Load mo 10 the Rrooklyn .Bridge
and show mo that spot where Steve
j Brody Jumped off ' Harloy M Walk-
er requested of Harold Lloyd, n Io n
the Pathe comedian his sub title
! writer, and Hal E. Roach, producer
and dlrertor of the I lovd comedies,
I arrived In New York for a combina
tion business and pleasure trip fol
owlng the completion of 'High and
Dlssy."
As Steve Isn't Rrody-mg "Beany,"
as Lloyd calls Walker, and "Speedy."
BS Walkei allfi Lloyd, didn't get
much of thrill, to they went to Coney
Island and Atlantic City, which Lloyd
declares made him dizzier thrin "High
and Dizzy' showing at the 1 .dn
Theatre Today and tomorrow with
olive Thomas In "Youthful Folly."
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A play of today a picture every
woman and girl should make it her
business to see.
MOW PLAYING AT UTAH I
IsyowMsbabd I
jffie-nouse of Toys $
flim 11 111 111 iimih in ssssesssjsejBt'SjjSBSSSMSBSBjia j
Cool and Comfortable, Always a Good Show.
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BUT WHERE DOES
FISHER PICK UP
THESE HERE CUBES
You've heard the story of Aladdin,
I well here's a new one.
Fish yarns come and go. but this
one goes on forever
The ogden river has been tramped
from one end to the other thus far
this season some of the fishermen
luivp been lucky others have had 111
luck. Muny havo obtained the limit
while others have fished, and fished,
and fished, but without results.
Two fishermen were chewing the
lag near Wtldwood last night, ono be
ing a veteran and the other a young
ster at the Walton art.
How many have you caught '''
chirped the veteran
"Caught, huh, I hove been over this
stream for the past six weeks and
haven't even as much as got a strike,"
said the youth.
"Well, let me give ou some advice."
said the vet.
'Advice'.' Say that's all I've been
! receiving for the past few wreka. and,
I ellcvo me, one might Just is well for
get the advice. cause it Is all the
bunk." replied the youth
"Have It your own way, my lad."
sald the vet.
"Bellove me, I am.'' said the vouth
"Three week ago one of the so-called
veterans told me to bait my hook with
cubes of tobacco, which I did. Ho
stated that the fish would swallow the
tobacco and In time would come to the
'edge of the river to spit
"When they come to spit, it is an
'easy matter to catch them, as they arc
half stunned," he informed me, but
do you know the darn things took the
j tobucco but 1 haven't been able to de-
tect a single Individual fish coming
to the bank to spit, and that was three
weeks ago.'
The veteran doffed his hat at this
and started up-stream satisfied that ho
had met a chap that was equal to the
occasion.
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Freight House Nine
Trims Yard Office
The freight house baseball aggrega
tion in th' railroad league had little
trouble In trouncing the yard office
nine yesterday afternoon In a league
game, tlo score being 10 to 3 Halll-
day. on the slab for the winners, al-:
lowed but four hits. Tho hitting of
the members of the winning team w is
the feature of the contest. The teams
lined up as follows
Freight House. Yard 1 ffiec
Hill c . . ... Talmadgo
Halllday p White
Walburg lb .. .. Hobson
Leoklnburg .... 2b Kevos
Rirnle ss Pagan
I'oxey 3b.. .. Hulmstron
Sorenson If. .. . . M. Fagan
Lodell cf Thomas!
Lindeman ....... rf Chilton'
GUNBOAT GUESSES
TWO ROUNDS FOR 1
BIG CHAMP BOUT
Gunboat Smith, the boxer, was HBraB
I an ogden visitor today en route Bfll8E
to San Francisco from the easi. BBSbS
Smith looked fit and staled today HSwr,
that be was open to meel any man I
of his weight In the world Smith ismS5'iofl
Is a veteran at the mil game and BHBfflp
has met the best in the country Ih$$s6b&
At the Union depot today when IBai'ftffiv!
asked as to the chances of Car- ieBMnSJttfS
penticr when the Frenchman 8Pf-i':'
clashes with Dempaey he said; WwHWWhiN
' The French war hero won't M" "BBflpj
have a chance with Dempaey. I l
have boxed both men ami I think f V
I am in a position to know, pomp- Ictt '
sey Is the class of the world In the J
heavv weight class and when he f
put me to sleep a f- . irs ago, SH t s
I was ready to admit that ho had riHiUni
somo wallop. It would be a good Rb?5s '
fight as long as It lasts, but It R3Wm-:' i''J"
won't last long I would guess S! -' : ?
about two rounds." tfiisDrf '.' ' " I '
Ogden Newspaper Man
Takes Eastern Job Hu
A. A. Rrandon and family left Og- ML; . .
den yesterday afternoon for James- LHsT ''ti'
town, New York where Mr Brandon bWSe't;
"ill take up duties as circulation man- J ,
ager of the Jamestown Post, Mr. I l . t
Brandon was circulation manager of Pas'';"Vl'
jthe OsTden Examiner for several years Kt&''t"'!
'prior to the consolidation of the Ug- KIF -U "'-('
I den papers jBtfvJ''.' j , '-
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Pennsylvania Man V
Weds Cousins Widow jjL
Henr Overdbrf of Madisonberg;, J v
Pa. and Bllzabetb Ovordorf of Mo-
desta, Kan., wore married by Bishop rBt'i M V-
'. M. Sanderson at the coun'tv court- Sjif ij:
house todav The bride Is the widow pSxl fifr-
of her husband's cousin (Vilsl f '
A marrlagi license was issued to 'm
Charles T Worley and lMlth Hansen
of Salt Lake. ivBHLw' '
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Means of Escaping the jBSf
Heat of Summer
A number of tho people In Ogdet.
are escaping the intens,. heat of sum
mer bv Installing asbestolate insula
tion over their ceilings, which renders
their homes cool and comfortable.
Tho cost Is nothing ompared to the
comfort. Call Asl.rstolite Product
Co. Phone H16-W Adv
lIsTCP What Did You Get ' MJ1
Pnfoij For Your $300? Bk
X IE The average wage earner and family head
Ty Wt In Utah spent $300 on pleasures that were v
EE taxable last year. The total "pleasure ex
penditure" was doubtless double that
amount. ImC
In many Instances that have come to our
attention n large part of that "pleasure
money ' Just slipped away because the S5r"9 i
pleasure seekers had no systematic sav
Pi"H Ings plan, and no checking account to
sStSIS I keep a record of their expenditures. Wy- -
'Ss fj F'rSt N;ltlonal c;n help you Doth
fH i FirslMional Bank J 961
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CAPITAL V SURPLUS 350,000? DEPOSITS 4,000,000? j
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