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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - March 6, 1927, Ogden, Utah THE OGDEN SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH'S, 1927. "Ben Lomond club" was _the namo chosen Saturday nicrht by approximately 40 men who mot in thje Weber club room to form an organization, similar, to ,that Ponnevillo club of: which has for its" ..purpose''the brinsrinfr of nationally" noted'men us speakers. Nino men were elected at thr conclusion of the meeting to form boru-il of provernors. They are: M. Rocder, Jr., Georpe S. Glen Frank M. Draffs, -three-year ti-Vns- Charles 13. Empoy. R. Kiuiball and Dr. K. P. Mills, two- vcar terms; B. J. Finch, A. V. Mc- jp.toKh and the Ttuv. J. K. Carver fo- one-year torrn.i. Governors horourttr will be for three- car terms. The names "Ben Lomor.d, "j.lil'xs Goodyear" ar.d "Fremort" xv.-m voted upon as prospective rjr.l' Some humor aroge1 1n the meet- ing over the I'.ict that many of the siiss'ostcd were used rre- in' business enterprises. Al'cx-t. of such wore with- Discussion was hfld as to it should be made a club Loth men and women. It was finally decided only or.c.voto ib cpare that raeii only should JT- eligible to nmir.'jorships, with v.- man's nipciit annually. over 21 year? of ase are for memberships in the subject to tho ap- proval of the. irv.-mbership com- Tho annual to2 will be Slu. It was said the meeting that j iT.O persons; have expressed de- iiro to enter the club. T'ie board of governors met fol- the regular mcf-tins. elect- ed officers and choso a speakers committee and banquet eomnut.- IUr. DrijTKS was elected pres- ident Mr. Glen vice president, Mr. .secretary and Mr. Mcln- tosh treasurer. Mr Kimball was chosen clmir- D-an'of the speakers' vtli Dr. Mr. Carver, Mr. and Mr. liecdor as mem- Gl'-n was chosen chairman ot" tho banquet committee, with Mr. Empey and Mr. Finch assist- Ti S j The sppp.ki.TK1 committee was reoueriti-d to attempt to secure tvnntor Borah of Idano as the first, speaker, The American legion .auxiliary "flag- contest, now. under way in tho Osden public schocls, in which tho Ogdcn Elks are assisting. wil1 -end A committee of judges was announced Saturday to examine tho papers and' make the This .'committee is made tm of Captain C. J. Docker, "W. T-'-Purdum. 'E. E. Pratt, J. Francis Fowles, Mrs. 'H. Earl' Belnap 'and airs. Olpa Ellis. SHIP, AFIRE, SPOUTS LIKE LIVE VOLCANO NEW TORK, March Associated- charred hulk of the Spanish freighter Cabo-Hatreras, was drift- ing- out to sea tonight, spoutincr fire and smoko like a floating volcano, 'while its crew of 40 men leaned safely on the rail of a sister ship and watched the flames that, almost had destroyed them. Twenty-four hours after the fire started hope of salvaprinsc the burning craft was generally aban- doned; but still the sister ship, which had made the rescue, tho Cabo-Torres, stood by. DENY REPOET OF MARINE DEATHS WASHINGTON, March Tho Associated corps headquarters denied ag-atn tcday that any casualties had oc- curred among- the marines in Nicaragua. ENJOY THE One of the New Phonographs Expert Barbers Barber "Dick" and his pleasant assistant have cut only ladies' and children'c hair for years. So they know just how to do- it as you like it. Children's cutting, 25c. Third. Floor. Funerals body of Miss Ktiu'l M. (Bet- 1v) Kilv.-arcis will arrive; tonight 1'i-om L.GS Private funeral j services will be. held at Uio grave in. Mounlain View cemetery, the cortege, leaving the Kirkondall mortuary at o'e'.qrk Monday af- Ifrnoon. Kev. John TV. Hys- lop will officiate, i Services for KUwnrd C. Peer- man will bo lu-ld t.oday at o'clock in I.arlcin ii Sons' chapel. The body may b-> viowecl today irom 0 o'clock until time of serv- ices. Inter'.nont will be in the o-don City Mr. reer- is survived his widow, Xiiile 3'eennan. -and the I'ollcwinsc brothers: Mari-y. Thorn- ;is. ilorbi-rt and Clinton Peerman. Mr. died at the. family Soulh Second street, Salt Lake, on -Jttarch 3. S'-rvires 1'or John Van Zwederv v.-cns iK-Ul in Die KiK'rth ward on SaUn-duy afternoon with J.'.ishop's Counselor Kph.r.um Man- ning in The cldera' iiiiornm att--nded in a body and I IK- p.-illbearers. Grand- of Mr.- Van SlxveUen I .'iclC'l as flower bearery. "Plains of 1'eace" was sung by Gardnoi-; "Slurubei-" by Mrs. Ad- die. launders and Mrs. Kcliel I Is a Land" and "O My KiUher" Josepli Fi-rnolir.s: "1'ace to seth. Speakers were ,1. W. F. Volker, Kvarl. X'-uteboom and E. A. Larkin. Tin- irravo in Osdon (Miy eeint-iery was dt dic-l'-ej by O. A. Olit-n. ------------00------------ 1 A workable sowing-, machine, a piano and a of which jnay be placed on a box, the Xur- I jiishiiiKs oC a model house less j T.ian three foot Ions, recently made. I by a man of Hyde, Ensland. Silks of Fashion Featured This Week 98yd. Printed Crepes; 'A full range of 40 shades makes this excellent crepe de chine a.favorite with, many women. In. the new beige, blues, yellow, greens, roses and dark it makes delightful pastel shades it is ideal for lingerie: 40 inches wide. Washable Crepe de Chine, A new shipment of printed' crepes'brings many designs and colors to inspire frocks that may be worn for almost.any day- time function. These silks are in neutral tones, with small checks and circles, flower and criss-cross designs. 40 inches wide. Wright's Second Floor Girls' School Blouses At 51 65 and Blouses of broadcloth and dimity The ones at are mostly blue or. tan In regular stylo. The ones at are or tan. Some with novelty trimming. Sizes 6 to 16. Wright's Second Floor The Popular Madrid Credtenza Model Price SS3C Powerful 1 Model 32, 7-tube single control. Complete with Cunningham tubes, including new power tubes. Eveready Layerbilt "B" batteries, Exide storage battery, Utah cone speaker, Westing- house charger and antenna.......... Equipped with Balkite socket power.... 831 With Larson Sporting Goods Company Corner Twenty-Fourth St. Kiesel Ave. Telephone 3074-W Tubes tested and rejuvenated free New Styles and Shades in These shoes, all brand ne-w, have just.ar- rived. When you see the diversity of styles, and the" smartness of the models, you will realize that NOW is the time to buy spring footwear. Fine Workmanship and Leathers Slippers and oxfords of Wright's quality; in soft kidskin and patent leather. 'Care- ful trimming detail marks these.shoes-raS' unusual. Here in high, and meditmuheels, The New Shades Shell gray; rose-blush parchment, black, beige. Wright's Downstairs Many Brilliant Designs Remarkable, such prices on scarfs this high quality. You'll -want several, and there are" scarfs suitable for street, sports or evening wear. Shimmering radium'silk in batik designs, sticking prints on georg- ette, diaphanous, hand-painted chiffons, in gorgeously blended as well as the favored black and combinations. Single or double -widths, for "misses and. women. Wright's Second Floor Gold Stripy Hose Here Only Gotham silk hose in all the dainty spring shades, of pastel, beauty of -.lustre and un- excelled for Wright's Main Floor Children's Hose Are Checked 50c Pair speeding tram brings new things. Every floor bicls you welcome to see the pretty mer- chandise from everywhere. Gome for a vis- it. Always" ypu're welcome. The Music Room On the" Third Floor are the musical in- struments. Wonderful pianos, new or used. Ampico recordings. Orthophonic Victrolas and records. Come for visit.' Newest Topcoats of Spring, When 'you slip 'into -one. of these new topcoats, you'-11 '.be ,impressed with .the snug of shoulders. Then glanee- a.t the mirror 'for'the-slim, -youthful ef- fect. are --plaid' coats >ith .natural wolf collars. Wright's Second. Floor Georgette Frocks You'll Want, New, the long-sleeved georgette frock, so important in .the mode, is offered at this-very attractive price.'for misses and women. This group is brand new, in styles. One with fluted raffles, one with! "bolero and tiered skirt, the third with shirred cascades. Wright's Second Floor With Attractive Colored White Turkish Towels, 39c Every woman rejoices in displaying nice, even, stacks of snovry turkish towels in. her linen closet. And every liome-maker -wants enough so that she doesn't have to think of "running short" bef ore laundry day. Absorb- ent, double-thread turkish towels of good, size 22x44 inches. The borders are of blue, pink, gold or lavender. Wright's Main Floor Penin Gloves For Spring Perrin kid gloves in all our new spring styles and colors. Fascinating turndown cuffs. Fine French kid or slipon capeskin. S3.95 and S4.5O Wright's Main Floor THE CHILDREN'S You'll Approve of Leather Purses Trimmed in Color up Gleaming smartly among the accessories for spring are these 'stunning hand purses of leather. In wanted styles. The long pouch or top-strap, with contrast- ing trims of green, blonde, tan, red-or gray lizard grain leather. Clasps, linings and fittings show how carefully, these bags are made. Purses of distinction, at a moderate price. Wright's Main Floor for Two T_ these-adorable little frocks. Such tiny, tiny tacks, .too newest mode of. giving fullness .to little dresses. Many of of all hancl.made. Can't you.just see the in a sheer dress of a.soft blue voile with tiny tucks in a little maybe ..an orchid rrock very narrow, collkr :arid cuffs, There are so many styles and colors. You 11 surely want to i'see-: them all.. Wright's Second Floor WAXED FOTERS? Half Price CARD TABLES, at ?2.95 We have just 7a-new slilpinent of -waxed' flowers -in 'all; ttie. nsweift. colors. .Espe- cially attractive for table decoration. At WrifltitV.Third-FIoor- Card -tables made good heavy wood, in the regular size, covered with. heavy greea oilcloth'. New shipment _ just received. Each Wright's Third Floor These are hrightly. checked hose, in allover "designs. Sev- en-eighths lengths, a variety of color combina- tions. Rayon .plaited, they are most comfortable for_ springtime wear. Silk Very Good Values in Luster Tea Sets Special, Really very good looking, and very unusual values are these pretty lustre tea sets. Twen- ty-three plates, cups and-saucers, teapot, sugar and creamer, In a choice of either a French blue, or a golden tan border; on a rich iridescent background.' Wright's Downstairt f Crepe .-de nightgowns, some attractively .trimmed with.-frothy ]ace others; tailored with, hemstitching and tiny French flowers .as only trimming.. Extremely feminine. When lace is used, in straps 'or.Vas-edging around the top or bottom'of the (gown: ,-In pastel; shades. .Women s- sizes, ?6.95. .Wrigh't'i Second Floor Premier Duplex Cleaners Have Two Important Actions .'Premier i isv'. called- cause., of'.two revolv- bristle brush which picks up .alt the--lint- dust, and high- speed suction, jwhich swiftly draws dust1 into the And 'men like: it': for another reason, -it- is 'so- light--in i.weight can .be-.handled .eas- ;'ily. The ball-hearing motor needs :'no. oiling for years. Wriflht't Downstairs... Fone For Food Monday Morning Is Monday your', busy day? call We'll bring your food to .the door, liveries free on "ordert. ROE AH Just baked' in clean wrapper----.......... "WHITE KING iize3'.., Package 240. FLOUR K' m. Green, Kitchen 39c 47c g., 48-pound en, Kitche y2 OLEO Pound 20c 45c ;