1963 Vinal Barlow retires, SLTrib 24 June, p. 9

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1963 Vinal Barlow retires, SLTrib 24 June, p. 9 - Clearfield Native Long Career in Mining SALT...
Clearfield Native Long Career in Mining SALT LAKE CITY-- A mining career spanning more than 40 years will end July 1 when V. S. Barlow retires as mines plant superintendent for Kennecott Copper Corporation's Utah Copper Copper Division. He has directed activities at the company's famed open-pit mine in Bingham Canyon since 1954. Barlow was guest of honor today today at a luncheon at the Alta Club attended by his colleagues. A gift was presented by J. P. O'Keefe, Utah division general manager. Barlow was born in 1903 on a Clearfield farm operated by his parents, Jess H. and S a r a h Stoker Barlow, who had settled in Syracuse in 1892. The family later operated a general store in Clearfield. Barlow was graduated from Clearfield High School and joined the old Utah Copper Company Company in 1922 as a member of a surveying crew. He left the mine for short periods to be an underground underground mining engineer in California and to serve as a civil engineer for the U.S. Forest Forest Service. He returned to the Bingham pit in 1936. Barlow is a member of t h e Utah Section of the American Institute of Mining Engineers. He and his wife, the former Lois Carrigan of Morgan, whom he married in 1926 in Ogden s live at 218 Roosevelt Street, Midvale. They have two daughters, Mrs. Eldred A. Haws of Magna and Mrs. Gordon Bodily of Copperton. Copperton. Barlow's brothers and sisters include Jesse D. Barlow, executive executive vice president of the Clearfield State Bank; Eldon H., part owner of Western Auto Supply in Ogden; Gardner W., Union Pacific dispatcher in Ogden; Ogden; Ivan I., retired Clearfield businessman; Wilmer, owner of Barlow Furniture in Clearfield- Ora H. of Salt Lake City, retired Mountain States Telephone and Telegram Co., executive; Mrs. C. P. Tree of Ogden; Mrs. K. C. Tanner of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. John Peacock of Mesa Ariz. V. S. BARLOW 40 Years in Mining Chain Store Expansion Plans Told BOISE (AP) -- Albertsons plans a $6 million plus program, including stores in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana and Utah. J. L. Berlin, executive vice president, said some of the stores are already under construction construction and work will start others in the near future. Albertsons had announced earlier its intention to add 100 grocery stores. It got out of the drug store and department business with sales during the past week. Berlin said in the Seattle locations have been selected stores in the Mountlake Terrace, Lake Forest Park and Mercer Island districts, and a new will open in a new shopping center in Lacey, Wash., a suburb of Olympia. OREGON STORE In western Oregon Berlin stores will be built in

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 24 Jun 1963, Mon,
  3. Page 9

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