Bountiful Davis County Clipper Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1950, Page 1

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Bountiful Davis County Clipper (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Bountiful, Utah It Al r 4 in pm 4 t m for i t l 0t j Vaj a j i 5114 i 1 d i a. 7 ii i v Tih Nass c in t j is i1 volume sixty Bountiful Utah junes 23 19500 number Eig i glorious fourth Celebration slated for Davis residents plans for the biggest fourth of july Celebration Yett held in bound in Tifful Are progressing under the diligent efforts of chairmen and committees sponsored by the George r. Day Post of the american legion and the Bountiful first Ward the object by d is to provide the Besta in entert a Ter Tain ment for All Ages for the enjoy Joy enjoy ment of a glorious fourth at Home the Celebration Forl saturday july 1i monday july 3 and guess us Day the fourth of july on the grounds of thoe Bountiful City Park and the Junior High school 104 Queen contestants master of ceremonies at the Queen contest saturday at 8 pm. Will ill be Rayh Fadel and an exceptional dec been planned All concessions will be in full swing i and an open airmen air Daniece will follow the contest judging will Bee by competent outside judges on a lager stage to be constructed on the i Tref Park where bleachers also will be ill erected to accommodate the huge crowds anticipated asm the audience assembles forr the Queen contest band selections will be followed by the National Anthem the color guard of the american legion wit ill Advance the colors and Plant the hags a on each Side of the stage a Solo the Flag without a stain will be followed by an10 address of01f Welcome then As Theo forty Queen contestants Marchu b de Stoker at the Organ will promo vide the music a program of bal bal let and tap dances nce will be present resent de while thoe judges make their b decisions the grand finale will ill be the presentation of the Queen and her two attendants concessions and Booths first opened the evening of the Queen contest will ill also Beo open the Evee a Ninga of july 3 when an open Eirdance is also scheduled july 4 schedule july fourth thoe Climax of Theo fourth of july Celebration at Bountiful will begin with canno Anno Nading at Sunrise followed o de by band serenading a Parade at 10 am. Will proceed North on main from fifth South to the Junn a n i Oral High school grounds on third North three prizes Arce being offered i Forl civic club entries three for Church organization floats and three Forl business floats first prizes will ill be 25 second prizes15 and third prizes 10 prizes entries Arec also under consideration by thoe Parade com my floats arc asked to assemble at am. Fifth South and third East streets As thoe Parade will Bee be Ginnif be of promptly at 10 Una m the mor morn ing of thoe fourth of Julyan exceptional sports program Booths games concessions an hourly prizes Pruet and anti excellent evening at 8 pm. Arc ally re help Davis county Restini dents rf4 enjoy a glorious fourth of july at Home burned child i listed fair w at Hospital Clearfield Yea two Ronnie Wood who suffered Sebec Ond s a and third decree Burns while being rescued f n a flaming Bedd a room by his Herfa Heri wednesday night was admitted to Hoess Pital Vit l in Salt Lake City thursday night in fair condition neighbors came to the Aidi of the seven Brothers and sisters1 of the burned child by taking them into i their Homes and coring g for them until the damaged apartment at31 Lane c. Anchorages housing project has r been made u Agoain Ronnie s father Udell Wood Unn employed Loyed disabled veterans Colt tool lapsed from the effect of of fumes after the Rescue hut Aat a Rafter treatment at Clearfield t depot flames in the bedroom destroy Troy de almost Allut the of t eight children damage to the f we we at w bit mar. Wood Mvi g Owea f. Mccarry Gar y r some be t8 the unit Wmk Curotz ats car Navall depot pot firemen theoc the of fireside to other rooms by tical i Bountiful Lions ions club to install officers monday june 26 at the meeting monday june 26 at pm. At the serous us drug will see the wives of the Lions members As guests at a banquet and to witness the installation of new officers for the coming year wit Hith lion Vee As the new president this being the Climax to the past year with Aldin Hay Warday As presi Dentis Davis county is to be represented at scout National Jamboree Davis is county is to be represent resent presented at the National scout Jamboree at Valley forge by nine scouts and their adult leaders the scouts making the trip Arec Dean Larsen r. More Bill Trowbridge Jame Smedley Gary Purcell Sherrel Van Orden Joe Mcdonnell All from Bountiful and Elden Benton and Don butchers from Kaysville the adult leaders from Davis county making the trip Arec Ron Ald Onn i Purcell Darrell and Gordon Oborn Davisa county boys Arec a part o bore Ore troop 17 from the Salt Lake e Council and is composed of All boys making the trip from Davis and Summit counties As Well As a number of Fellows Fromm a gnat and too Lethe troop is patterned after a regular scout 4 troop and has 32 boys in four different patrols James Smedley is patrol Leader of the patrol and Elden Benton is patrol Leader of the patrol Ronald Purcell is scoutmaster Forl the troop with i Darrell Servos As assistant and John Hichman from Magna As the other e assistant Gordon Oborn is the senior patrol Leader the Salt Lake Council delegation leaves Salt Lake thursday the 222 at 6g pm. On a special train the route Calls Forl a Short Stop at Den acre and Omaha the first major Stop is at Chicago for about ton hours one Day at Detroit and a portion of a Day and evening at Niagara Falls a half Day at Rochester n. Y an a half Day at pm a where visits Arec arranged Forl the important Points of interest in the Church history from there to new York City where two Days of sight seeing sight which includes Empire Statel building radio City a boat trip around Manhattan Island and a baseball Gme Between the Yankees and Washington the trip then leads to Valley forge Pennsylvania for six Days Encampment president Truman and his entire Cabinet Aco scheduled Force Oneo Day at the Jamboree Theo Salt Lake delegates will Check out of thoe Encampment de on july 60 spend two Days Hashshash in ton d. from there they wellhead for Home and make one Stop top Over Lover Ina Louis for a Daych and arrive Home about noon july 11 lady Republican Seet Luck Dat Ell i the Bountiful lady republicans have Setd Friday june 30 As the Date for their Bricke luncheon into in be t it held at the ussury us drug Bannon Quet room at pm. Allu ladles Are invite Din to attendant May Rece Veite tickets u by aun mrs Mani Arrin olsonj13 or by Christensen specially invitation Hasu been exc tended to Musij Bracken let Andersin Roy f. Printriss to attend table decorations tril Sill be under the direction of Mislai Henry lunou10 Andu mrs Frank promo vats Ramsin ii mrs Otis Carde tables mrs Glen Riley luncheon. Ursyn Hampton St Edwasd Byirt i bin Clarks Anda mrs Aco 11hii i t there will be Povl Eli i doer s so10 Gete l you rear Nuen Tehin Early has tickets arca hashed Alt 1 up Raj re 1 r7 r Tda w t1 t r r 1rlj Fiflis ral to a t c i 4 3i q l guv Al t Jont i1 feb r frit r 5tf r3 f Kojl ii f r 1 11 t r r r4 4 t i f 4f i q i if i qi0 h in. C t d t 1 t i r j1 j 1 t ir11-1 la j. 4 in a1 Bountiful Queen candidates left to right Helen Barlow Lund Floral Winona Hepworth Garrett Brothers drug Janete Hutchings Farmers state Bank Virginia Leec Peterson Jacksons s fruit Market Carol Mackay Security in vestment Karin Wood o. K Beauty Barber shop Audrey Gwynn 0o. P. Skaggs Maraly Beesley Union Furnire i uni Ture co Nancy Morley Alder service Rowh 2 Joan Newcomb c. Penney co Merrilyn Holbro Kook Andy by tailor shop Marjorie Blomquist Bountiful Auto parts Marjorie Barlow Davis county Clipper Sheri Lynne Bryce Hayward s locker system Dixie Kremer a Gardners s Lucille Reid service Joyce be Anderson Arvins s gardens Phyllis Mother shop Call Goose shop a. Row 3 Normanna Jean Holbrook Bountiful drug Virginia Barlow Hii sporting goods Audrey Wallace Classy mens shop june Meyer Grants s Beauty Salon Joan Riley Newman jewellers Marlene Brey Star Kirk jewelry Wolenec Roundy Irv be Market of Woods Cross Lou Ann Richard sic s Hayward s Market Marlene Call vinegars s Market r Row 4 Jeanne Frandson of proc p shoe Dorothy Pace Wilkinson m motor service to Ballard Phillips Petroleum co Louiseul Moss usus drug Mary la Blakee Hunter ice Cream Carma Argyle rays shoe service Lorraine Pope Bountiful theater Jeanninne Gar Queen theater Janet Bird Bountiful realty sales Row 5 Carol Lofgreen Bountiful Dairy three Queen candidates who entered too late to Bec on the picture Marilyn James k w linoleum Jackie Smedley Union mortar yet and Marian Hepworth sits curve inn deputies Huntt Ucol b looters Weber and Davis county Sherr sheriffs deputies late tuesday were searching for persons who broke into benevolent hand club two Miles Southwest of Farmington sunday june 11 and carried led offre refrigerator electric stove Large hot water Heater fiver Beds and living room furniture the theft occurred after sheriff Legrande Hess Davis county and his deputies had placed a hasp and padlock on the door in addition a lock already in place the club was locked after it had been raided Early Roll june 10 an Fourl women a maidu and a1 William s. Davies and his wife Linc inc Oln ave Ogden were arrested on morals charges the breaking was discovered by Deputy Arch Peterson when he checked the club june 12 at 4 pm. Two Bountiful girls Are delegates to Utah girls Statel Beth Graham daughter of or and mrs George Graham and Darby Ara Goodfellow ii of daughter of or and mrs Jesse Goodfellow will Leavee sunday to attend Utah girls state june 25 to july 2 on the Utah state College Campus More than delegates representing Utah Highl schools Arec expected to attend the two Bounty full girls Arec sponsored by their american legion auxiliary and other local women s clubs Utah girls state sponsored by the Utah state american auxiliary is planned to educate the girls in the duties rights and responsibilities of citizenship Reeo i Stratioti is sunday and official duties will get under Way monday auditor sri i praiser is Davis finances a1recent audit of Davitti county accounts reveals the county Hasu never been on More solid u footing financially accorded Cord Ingi s to Hyrum c. Brough county clerk the audit Wash made by the firm of Wood child Manno and Smith covering county affair sir Forton theye arc a imd1940 it Wasu noted the Generalee funded stave Hoo a balance att the end a eco 1040 arid that Alt at to counts were in Good eco condition i Lambert to head Centerville first elder sri ring card Dyb Clinton barbed Centerville the biggest and Best smoker Centerville has Ever had that is the prediction for the Centerville first Ward elder Sci is quorum Benefit smoker be held outside on the Ward Chapel grounds saturday night june 24 at pm. Headlining a colourful card will ill be Jay Lambert 1948 u. S. Olym pice heavyweight Champion and Unn until recently a professional Boxer with Marv Jenson of West Jordan Lambert is hanging up his gloves for the medical profession butt will stay in circulation Long enough for this show Leish opponent in an exhibition match will be Chuck Gillespie Tooele heavyweight Gillespie is a fraternity buddy of Lambert att the University of Utah but has fought with Lambert before so that the crowd should be00 in Forl an interesting fight also featured on the program will be Al ladies wrestling match which everyone will enjoy ladies rec especially invited to the smoker in Theo Pastu they have been prone to stay away because they he have thought it was t a lady is place to be but they Arec especially invited to be there saturday night four other top Uchto notch boxing outs three wrestling matches and a kids Battle Royal will Complete the Cardu Preston Hughes will referee the boxing Golden Allen will referee the wrestling and Harry Fletcher will emcee the Eventt a Large crowd is expected and quorum meteorologists predict Good weath Ereath in event of a storm the fight will ill Beo moved into the soldiers memorial Lull a refreshments r will be sold inline Cludine hot dogs Wodajo l pop and Candy an and doughnuts Price Owoc admission is set to fit anyone s pocket Book for those Whoso have a Large family pm and Caneman not afford to buy ticket Sud la for All the family they May buy a family ticket Forl 2100 which Bleb Willin admit the whole family pm except those Over 18 Yea surs old eighteen must buy an adult ticket for a single adult ticket of course is and a single childrens s ticket under 12years uis tickets will be Romany member of the first Ward elders quorum or Suslu news h in Bountiful and Cen ten tickets will also be sold Alt the late thoe night of the fights i ii three sought As Sailor reports beating robbery Farmington Davis county officers were conducting a search for three persons who allegedly beat up a Sailor who was visiting in Salt Lake City while on leave and robbed him of his Wallet Conn con Taining personal papers 80 inf traveler checks and change the beating and robbery report port edly Early tuesday morhorn ing the Sailor Donal Chall Norli from Chicago ill and stationed at san Franciscis co was found at 4 am. By officers walking on pages s Lane Between Highway 91 a Amandd fourth fourth East North of01 Bountiful Eclie was carry mar Ying his trousers which had been ripped from his body and so badly damaged they were Challinor told officers he and girls to Friend joined a1 party of three in a Salt Lake tavern and got an automobile to drive some place to continue their party when they reached a1 spot in Davis county the three beat the Sailor r robbed him and left him by the Road officers said the girl Friend whom the others reportedly recce fused to let out of the car was returned to a Salt Lake hotel at 7 am. Tuesday she did not report the incident to police the officials said officers took Challinor to the Clearfield naval Supply depot and he was removed from there to the Hill air Force base Hospital Lieh Here Portelly suffered severe bruises and injuries about the head and i face Theo three alleged assailants re t were driving a late Model Ford officers obtained the License number thre Erh is Tak Ernea fro main owners theft of three two month Oldt female Boxer Dou pups valued Atit sino each Vadiu been reported to the Dav sub county sheriffs office by Prsir k j. Cranney 03 South sect dec Ond a East one Pup was described at Bine Owoc Brindle cohort t within Black face and White breast the second Waar i Fawn la n with Black face Fourl i White feed and Whitel breast the i third was Darku a warm with Darku face two White hindu feet anac White breast 1 f arraignment set for seven taken in raid f arraignment for six Ogden women and an Ogg Den Man arrested Friday Ida on Morr or als charges will Bec held before re Justice of the peace ii Rob Obinson either tuesday or thu surs Day hurs Day an attorney Forl the group said monday the arrests were made Friday when deputies for the Davis count Oun to sheriffs s office swooped Down on the Plush benevolent hand i Friendship club quarters i meanwhile it was reported that warrants Forl five persons named in a License had not been served charged ged with operating a House Owoc ill Fame were William Bill Dun Davies and his wife Rossetta queue Cirii n Davies girls arrested and charged with operating without a License were identified As Marlene Dayly 29 Betty Baker 23 Virginia Lamson 23 Mary Appolo 25 and addle Davis 28 they each posted 1000 Bond i Justice of the peace Robinson Farmington before whom charges were filed said the no License charge was made Only until the county attorney can be consulted about other charges no other charges had been filed at noon monday or and mrs Davies each posted 2000 bail the five girls were free after posting 1000 Ball each Ovis budget set for Over a million Farmington Davis is county qty school Board has approve prove a school budget for 511950 of sl1 greatest expenditure of funds will Rogo for instruction which to Talshir salaries for teach Ach Ersa of textbooks and supp a plies adult and vocational Educa Tion and clerical salaries Arce Inin clouded in the instruction category second highest expense is capital outlay which includes construe Struc Tion of new schools set at equipment at and Sites Amelr third highest expenditure will be for operation of the schools and plants which totals largest outlay of or this sum will go for salaries of custodians who will receive 56fuel costs will approximate to pay Forl theut Cost of the school program some 891300 is expect text petted from the state of Utah for the units Davis boy mends after nearly being i drowned sunday Farmington Inin two months Dale Schryver 13 son of Ivan no Schryver Farmington will Havee a cast off his leg and be allele to Gost fishing again thanks to two Salt Lake men who rescued him from drowning sunday Dale had been fishing with his father and two Sisters Sally 7 and Maralva 2 and had caught a prize 1 Trout As Hec separated from Alst 1 i family t momentarily his foot t Dis Dis lodged an 8 by 7 foot t Boulde which threw him into the Stream i and pinned him beneath the surr Facen Eric g. Janke 1005 Denver rstst1 noticed Dale walking near the Bank and when they heard the rumble of falling stones they 1 they found Dale his leg broken just below the hip pinned Benea Tii the Boulder while one held Delecc head above water the other tried to Budge the Rock failing they called Forl helped Smith Farmr Arington came to the Rescue and the combined efforts of thoe three Sli duet the Rock from the boys legs and to was pulled to the Shore a local doctor administered an aesthetic and the boy was taken to a Salt Lake Hospital where he was reported in Good condition i m Flora Flora Dell club to conduct j Garden tour 1t Bountiful s Flora Dell Garden club will conduct a tour of four Bountiful residents gardens do e ass thursday at pm. When Memoe Bern will gather at the Bountiful memorial Rose Garden Prsir Sybil Hansen president and Justin Coleel Man first vice president will con on duct the tour to which the Public is invited Flower gardens toured will be q those of Coy Hayward from therefore to John Goodie lows from theret Ere to Robert Stewart Sart s and ending up at Harold Calder ers mrs Dorothy Shields club pub a licit i director said the tour would last about two and a on half to urls Davis county maps Campaign to wipe out potato Beetle 1 fan in ton Davis county is planning a Campaign to wipe out the Colorado potato beet Lebe Shatla stat year started making inroads the in potato crop last year according to de Lorbert Nichols Davis county agricultural agent beetles Werner discovered in the Clinton Clearfield and wests Point districts it Wasu generally found Fri Nichols said that the Beetle was not found on the farms of the larger re producers As they sprayed their crops but Waas found on the lands of Small producers at a meeting held in Clinton potato growers agreed to a Ira planto have All potatoes sprayed Inin the Clinton Sunset West Point North of the West Point Street and in Fiel Clear cast of u. 01dl District commercial is l l n. Or l.1 Ujj in Fields and in Garden spots cooperation with Utah state Tate i agricultural colleges la e Extension l service state department of Argiri Agri i Griscul Ture 1culture Davis is county commission Nerer s Weede d and pest control and pest control committee and potato promo Duckers a detailed plan of Spray Ray to inc will be followed la j or Nichols also said four Crews of three men each will make and Dee de tailed Survey of potatoes grown in the area from West Point Street to Farmington Junction to search out any further movement olt the beetles should any infested areasa1 i Bec found or Nichols said Theo areas will ill be sprayed o notices will be sent out to Alln potato growers informing them of Theo Beetle control measures Anali outlining the control program Lou x no r 1n a ii i r

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