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will north it After will Stub Hol- of baseball school to the composed a'wind- with rout!" YARDS robbed of on a Two same him' his men w-st the Plain City Men Would Eliminate C u r v e Thought Dangerous A delegation of ··- residents of Plain City appeared before the "Weber county board of commissioners this morning and petitioned the board to order a new course for the malrr county highway at a point near where it crosses the Utah-Idaho Central railroad tracks at Farr West, in order that two dangerous curves may be eliminated. H. J. Garner acted as spoltos- man and explained that work of macadamizing the road is to begin soon; that elimination of the curves and routing of the road to run parallel with tho tracks will shorten the highway and make the work less .expensive. Others who appeared were Thomas England, Carl Olsen and Oscar 'C. Richardson. Chairman John M. Child and members of the board assured the delegation that an early investigation will be made and If the iiew plan is feasible the re-routing will be done. Sunday vacuum 2979W Con glass loans. been for Richards, wearing state night Club club James, Wednesday Farr Asael fourth arrest Martin, the to K. Wall drawn bank deserted 22 of Ice

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 19 May 1924, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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