1945 Galena Days Article Dale Johnston in photo
1, j j | | ftnd '^ \ wartimfl ears< Eingham - , . is preparing to "whoop it up with resumption here of the annua" Galena days celebration Sept. !•: and 15, Dale Johnston, genera chairman, .said Thursday. "Miss Galenn," celebration NICE WAY TO PLAY TEN OR NO COUNT Maybe there won't be a beard-pullins contest at BiriKham Galena days celebration in September, September, but the idea is tried out on Dale Johnston, general chairman, and Dan Delaney, Vigilante chief, by Sybil Archibald and Rose Camara, pretty entrants in "Miss Galena" contest. Bingham Plans 'Whoopee' In Galena Days Fiesta BINGHAM — After three "safe and her two aiclft, Copper" mid "I'rinceHu Silver," wil named at a Galena days hall Saturday ni^ht in Bingham civic Judges will be Salt Lake 'representatives of the motion pic- turo industry. ~" Pastor Waits Church Fete Salt Lake and Ogden churches of N'fgro membership Friday and Sunday wil! honor Rev. William A. Lucas, pastor of Calvary Baptist Baptist church, 679 E. 3rd South, with special services in observance of his three years as head of that church." Entries in the queen contest must be registered before noon Friday, Friday, according to Mr. Johnston. Any unmarried girl between 16 and 25 years of age who is a resident of the Bingham canyon, Lark, Highland Boy, Copperton, or Cop- pcrfield areas is eligible for nomination. nomination. A cash prize of $25 will be given the girl named "Miss Galena" jiml other gifts will be made to all entrants. Nominations have been made of Beth Cowdcll, Carol Mitchell, Isabel Isabel Rose, Sybil Archibald, Rose Camara. Lois Peterson, Jcnna Vec Olson, Donna Rose Koren, Ardellu Salazar, Marie Aczelio, Bobbie Thompson and Mattie Jean Adams, Committee chairman assisting Mr. Johnston are: Finance, Elliott W. Evans; entertainment, Bob Jimas and Eddie J. Arata; queen contest, Harold Cheslcr; "Old Timers" banquet, Bert A. Hocking; Hocking; Chief of Vigilantes, Dan Dc- lanoy; publicity, Leland G. Burress; Burress; parade, Harold Nielsen; contests contests and street events, C. I. Stillman, Stillman, and costuming, W. V. Robinson. Robinson. Earl T. James is in charge of the museum. CASUALTIES Continued from Page IS over' Europe, including the first daylight bombing of Berlin in 19-14. Since returning to the United States, he has been assisting assisting in aviation development at Elgin, field. Survivors include his parents; a brother. Lt. Robert H. Edwards, with the army air corps in India, and a sister, Elizabeth Edwards, attending the University of California California at Los Angeles. Funeral services will be conducted conducted in Salt Lnkc City. Perry L. Johnson Jr. Y ,3/c Perry L. Johnson Jr., 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Johnson, Johnson, 1019 S. 1st West, and whose widow is Mrs. Patricia O'Shea Johnson, Union City, N, J., is reported reported killed June 16 off the tip of Okinawa when his ship was torpedoed torpedoed by a surprise enemy attack. attack. Born in Salt Lake City Dec. 21, 1925, he was a South high school student at the time of his enlistment enlistment in the navy. He received boot training at Farragut, Ida., and was assigned to overseas duty in the Atlantic on the U SS Bnlcf- win. After serving aevernl months, he -was assigned to the U S S Twiggs and sent to the Pacific. Pacific. He was a member of Thirtieth L D S ward in Salt Lake City.