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Wt ' ' ' lfT THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN TUESDAY. JUNE 10. 1919
I I BACCALAUREATE SER- W L VICES AT THE U. r a. c. M' ' (Contnucd from rag One) B mUcfl? Do you npprcclato the sanc- H tltv- of solitude? In what kind of H company are you when alono? Wo H' i can elanslfy mankind Into two groups H. 1 -those who aro In good company B 1 when alone and those to whom It lfl H' T a cnUiAtropho to bo lott by thorn- H iiclvcs. What kind ot room havo H yon prepared In your ooul for your H nclfT I have looked Into somo hearts H ' and ,mlnds and I have' found hablta- H ) tlona fit only for those ot tho gut- H tcr, I havo found cobwobby and H 1 musty npartmonts. Who would sit jH there? Who would go thcro to rest? H But I havo seen nooks In tho secret H , minds of men aud women porvaded H with sweetness and sanctity, holy B spots inviting retreat and reposo. H How havo you furulshod tho apart- H I ments of your soul's retreat? What B kind of pictures hang upon tho wall? BBI I havo scon somo walla with plc- BBS turcs frescoed Into thorn that ?how Bfl nsrencs that tho kecpor of tho house Bfll uhould never havo wltncssod, that BBb j Dhow incidents in which bo should H never havo participated, that show BBb ' hnowlcdgo that ho should not poss- H ess. Yet somo hang plcturos ot an- H , other sort pictures that brine only Bflfl I memories ot happlneBS or plcturos, Bflfl whilo sad, bring no horror, no regret. J If they bring tears, they aro tears Bj of happiness. I would that wo could poparo for ourselves and entertain ourselves duilng tho raro and pro- J clous moments of solltudo allowed J us, In such attractlvo nooks. Et "The man who can kcop for hlm- St self such a holy placo within his BBBBJ soul is the man God has promlsod us Jj tho man of character tho man H, moro precious than fino gold and HB moro to bo desired Uian tho golden H wodgo of Ophlr. Such a ono is true ' through and through. Ho is cot cam- BhJj ouflaged. He Is not afraid ot being Bj found out. Ho can walk down the B Street with a firm tread and uplifted face, not fearing that somo ono will confront htm boforo whom ho must drop his eyes In shamo. "Today Is tho day of counterfeit and of substitutes. Even in tho ne cessities of llfo wo find tho counter felt. Thd dress too often passes for the true gold. Lot us remind you that Satan Is tho master counterfei ter of thorn all and that the devil's workshop Is well Mipplcd with brains for gold and paste for diamonds. I would rather bo a genulno diamond weighing one-hundredth parth of a caret than a diamond tho slio of the Kohlnor mado of paste. If you woud succeed In developing that character which Is to bo so highly prized, put yourself Into your work. Don't substitute. Don't counterfeit. Qlvo of your personality, of your own heart's blood. Thero is too much machine mado stuff today. Too much is mado by machine that should havo boon fashioned with loving care of hand. Too many ot us aro content to do our work cor rectly according to rule but aro un willing to put In our work that Iovo without which our product la dead. Plgmonts and paints alono do not mako a greav painting. The painter must glvo pait ot his soul. I have soon teachers who wore skillful as losson givers but who wcro failures ad teachers. Thoy gavo from thoir books but not from themsoves. Man must receive a symmetrical dovolop ment'of body, mind and spirit. This typo of man Is needed but It should bo tho usual an not tho unusual man that Is so dovelopod. "Lot us leave you with theso truths. Do happy In your work and learn to distinguish between happi ness and pleasure. Do right bo causo you love right. Ho honest not becauso of that Infamous Injunction 'Honesty Is tho best policy' for it you reflect you must seo that an honest man could never havo framed such advico but because you lovo honesty. Be truthful because you 'are truthful, not because you bavo L been commanded not to boar false ' witness." Honorable A. Ivins, president of tho Hoard of Trustees, presided at tho exercises. The- Invocation was spoken by President Serge F. Balllf. Honorable J. W. Funk delivered the bonedlctlon.- Musfc was furnished under the .di rection of Professor C. II. Johnson ot the Music department. ' Tho choir Bang "Just A I Am," by Parks; tho Ladies chorus sang "Soldier Cap," by Mabel Daniels, and "I Waited for the Lord," was rendered by Miss Ruth Sporry and Miss Claire Qoasllnd assisted by tho choir. Miss Kenna Cragun was at the piano and Miss Krma Adams a, the organ, In a recent issue of this paper It was announced "Every High School boy In Logan is to enroll in a beet thinning squad." and tho wonderful response was met by several hundred boys appearing at our oftlco for "squad organization." Arrange ments were completed nnd tho boys dispatched to various fields tho re sults accomplished by these "thin ning squads" has been phenomenal, and for that reason we havo boen required to rot urn quite a number of theso boys to their homes dally owing to a temporary lack of work to bo done at this time through tho unexpected nnd rapid advance of the squads. Wo desire to extend our thanks for tho splenld accomplish ment of your "Boy" In this worit, and In their hearty support In start ing this campaign so successfully, and we will endeavor to ' furnish such work as consistent, as quickly as posslblo or when our fields open for development. Tho Amalgamat ed Sugar Company. Adr A Pun. Xhvro'a man in our town whom they, call "the human sponge" he never feels swell unless he's soaked. Ontatlo Post. A B! Doing Your Duty by Your Clothes H is increasing their values to yourself. Putting on BI your clothes right, adds to their effectiveness and to your attractiveness. H LANGHAM-HIGH CLOTHES Hf J are specially designed for you Y ounger Young Men. HHl and they are built on the principle that you want your clothes right HBEJI deliveredqjght and looking right always that you want them to help you HH represent thegtarndard of excellence that you have set for yourself. H Suits with all the latest style touches HH j Cleverly pocket-ed, seamed waist effects. MM THATCHER CLOTHING CO. HH YOU'LL UKE THATCHER CLOTHES RIB i iP - ' ' MM, ' ' WSSm - - ' J ' & .lil-' M.. K ; ;, I Jl 'SWk A S"!1' Musical -Instruf " 1 ) f,Ww It,5 a New Idea ?hono'; :'r ' ' ' I KllIiHBmrl Hear your Favorite giRec:. I' HBHVV ordonit. You'll Find New J- E -RnyrYmir MSOU? NfeS.- f On The Easy Payment Plan:-;-;: I ' ' ', -THE PHONOGRAPH SHOS-.r , .. STODrO OP GOOD MUSI ..OPPOSITE INTEROTnAN STATION . tV , & , -rtW, I , ' ' ' " . ' ' : j ' J NOTICE OF SAIjK OP BONDS Publlo notice is hereby given ot the Intention ot the Board ot Trus tees of the town of Mlltvllle, Cache county, Utah, to Issue, negotiate and sell Its certain cleftrlc light bonds In the aggregate of Eight Thousand and no-100 ($8,000.00) to be issued vtor tho purpose of raising funds to bo used In constructing nnd instat ing an Electric Light System within the corporate limits of Mlllvlllc town, said bonds to bo duo and pay able twenty yearn after date, and bearing Intorest at tho rato of 6 per cont por annum, Interest payable semi-annually. Written bids will bo received by tho Board of Trustees ot tho town ot Mlllvllle, Cacho county, Utah, to and Including tho 2 Oh day ot June, 1919, and all tondors and bids or offers tor purchase must bo wlhtout condi tions and qualflcatlons and all bid dors must bo willing aud prepared to tnko up and pay 'for said bonds I within fifteen days nftor tho bids Bball bo accepted nnd tho town Board reserves tho right to reject any and all bids, and to sell said bonda at prlvnto sale If It is deemed for tho best Interest ot said town. Dated at Mlllvlllo, Cacho County, Utah, this Wth day ot Juno, 1919. CHAS. ANDEnSON, Presldont Board of Trustees. Attest: J. W. E. SCOTT, " Clerk of Board of Trustees. Adv-C-21 i Tho many peopo who aro attend ing tho concerts given by tho Logan Military band on Tuesday and Sat urday evenings of each week on tho tabornaclo square, shows that tho band Is much appreciated. Tues day evening at 0:30 o'clock tho band will render a special program. Tho band is holding many rehearsals and with tho splendid talent It will bo able Ato compete with iany band )n ' theisUte, J '.!;. . ..? J 'Grand Opening At Ideal Beach Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 13, 14 and IS will be held the Fifth Annual Opening at Ideal Beach on Bear Lake. Beginning noon Friday will be held the biggest colobratlon Ideal Beach has over known. Sports of all kinds, for adults and children, .foot races, boating and swimming .races, diving contests, etc. A merry go round for grown ups as well as children. A full lino ot usual resort concessions and prize winning games. Our cafo Is open and sorvlng first class meals at all hours with best of service. Havo just completed twenty-one now framo sleeping cabins complete ly furnished as bedrooms and wo will bo ablo to accommodate a largo' number of gucste. Boating and bathing have nover been better and our tennis court is in excellent condition. Band concort and matinee danc i Ing for kiddles on Saturday after noon. Grand ball Friday and Saturday ovolnlngs with famous Ideal Beach Jazz band to furnish music. . Don't forget tho dates 13th, Hth and 15th, Adv is fa - , ; Mr. William M. Howell and E. jTaft Benson, prosldont and Cashlor ot tho Farmers nnd Merchants Savings-bank drovo to Salt Lako City last evening by auto to be in at tendance at tho Bankers convention on Tuesday and Wednesday, Mrs. Howell accompanied Mr, Howell. Up on Mr. Benson's return his wlfo nnd threo sons will accompany htm whon thoy in 070 into their new homo -recently purchoecd from John O.Pet- LEGAL NOTICES Consult The County Ckrlc Or The Refpective Signer! For Further Information Probate And Guardianship Notices NOTICE I IN THE DISTItlOT COUKT OF THE A FIHST JUDICIAL DISTItlOT OF f THE STATE OF UTAH, IN AND FOIt THE COUNTY OF CACHE. A . , In tho Matter ot tho Application ot tho Jensen" Investment Company, for an order and decree dlBslovlng. the same. - Notice Is heroby given that tho said corporation" has nppllcd in the above named court for a voluntary dissolution ot said corporation, un der cha'ptoi 72 of tho compiled laws '; of Utah for 1917. Any person hav ing objections to tho dissolution of said corporation and tho granting of said application will fllo such objec tion with tho clerk of said court, '7 within 3B days of the dato ot tho first publication of this notice. Dato of first publication, Juno 10, . 1919. I s A. M. MATHEWS, , Clork. A. A. LAW, .,''", j Attorney for Petitioner. Adv-7-lD Jl - ' " 1 A Mr. Wesley O. Howell was bidding 3& his friends goodbyo on Saturday preparatory to leaving for tho Now York mission. Mr. Howell Is tho f youngest son of Mrs, Josoph Howell " ' nnd a member ot tho firm of Howell Brothers, clothing merchants of this city. Ho leaves a host of friends who wish him success In I1I1 new v work, I Wore. , ')(i 44 p Even wore tlinn.tbo vnnnjvhb.bor ' ,J rowstrqublo JSih'ej(fell6wiSAvhoi"IVMQ. v - J lt-Boton fTranc7ipE-9'';, , . -.