Kimball Vance judges x-mas lights
16 jfolHCakt gTfUmnt Monday, Dec. 24, 1945 S. L Finns Receive Jaycee Award for Yule Lighting The Auerbach company Sunday received a scroll i^a first prize in the special awards and commercial commercial division of the Christmas lighting and decorating contest sponsored by the Salt Lake City junior chamber of commerce. Ernest C. Kimball, Auevbach's display manager, accepted the scroll, printed in blue lettering and mounted on a gold frame at a spc clftl presentation program. For their rollicking Santa Claus window, Z C M I was awarded second second prize in the special awards division. First prize in the building dlvl- VETERANS' AFFAIRS By KENNETH MILLER Back in Nov. 18 and 19, 194 tltah's selective service boari called the first group of state sons for duty in the armed foro of the United States. Of that first contingent of ( who went off to World War I 43 have returned to civilian lif Available information from loca boards throughout the state sho that IS are still In service. Two were killed In action an one died as a result of service 1 i the army. Christian F, Schtienman of Bo Elder county was killed on Sep 1, 1913, and Milo C. Mortensen o Iron county was killed in Julj 1945. state selective service rec ords show. Robert C. Wilson of Salt Lak City died March 4, 19-S2, as a re suit of military service. He I been released from the army, Jan 1. 1942. on a certified dlsabillt; tu'schargc. , By a peculiar coincidence mos of the mer. In the first group saw action in the Pacific and Asiatic theaters. Many were overseas from early in 1942 and this is their first Christmas at home or as civilians in five years. slon was presented D, E. Lambourne, Lambourne, manager, Keams bldg. A brilliant lighting display rising several stories spans the Kearns building front. Utah Oil Second An artistic arrangement Of brightly colored strands of Jjg-hts on "its Main street front won for the Utah Oil building second prize in the building division. In the window display division, first prize was awarded Chandler's shoe store, 39 S. Main, RaJph G. Rogers, store manager, installed and prepared an artistic suggestion suggestion of a cold, wintry night emphasized emphasized by a pale blue background background with snowy white foliage Beauty and splendor of the Christmas season depicted in an Humiliated three-window display placed the Mrs. J. G. McDonald Chocolate Co., 143 S, State, in second second place in the window display division. Neal McDonald was presented presented a scroll for'his company, MakoK Firm Wliu Third prize waa awarded the Makoff shop, 60 E. South Temple. Edward Spitzer was awarded the scroll. for Makoff's. In the grocery store and market division, the Gregory grocery market, 208 W. 1st "North, won first prize for a clever decoration in the store window. Harry Gregory, Gregory, manager, accepted the prize scroll. Honorable mention waa given Tanner Jewelry, Mountain Fuel Supply, Axel Madsen, Walker Bank, First National Bank, Sharp Electric, Florsheim Shoe : Shop, American Savings & Loan, Deseret Federal Savings & Loan, Ernest Lambourne Florist, Miller & Ellison's, Ellison's, Hayden Furniture Co. and 0. P. Skaggs. The Salt Lake City junior chamber chamber of commerce sponsored the contest as part of its project to brighten the yuletidc season. Judges were Kimball Vance, lectrical display expert; A. B. "aulson, prominent architect, and lanch Kimball, commercial artist. Homes and apartments will be udgcd Dec. 26, 27 and 28.