1939 Bingham Election, Dale Johnston councilman
-OctoKer 8, 1939 B 5 [ Noiipartisan Party Gains Clear Field at Bingham BINGHAM—There will be no opposition to Nonpartisan party candidates in the November 7 city election. The deadline for filing expired Saturday without the Independent Independent parly naming any candidates. * To be elected are a mayor, five councilmen, a recorder and a treasurer. treasurer. This is the first election since Bingham became a third class city in May, 1938, necessitating a city Salt Lakers Purchase D.A.V. Forgcl-Me-Nols Saturday was "tag day" for Salt Lake City with thousands of blue paper forget-me-nots being pinned on coat lapels' of persons in the downtown district. Made by disabled disabled war veterans, Ihe blue flowers flowers were sold to raise funds for the veterans, their widows and orphans. orphans. The Salt Lake sale was directed recorder instead of clerk, who was appointed, and an additional board member who will also be treasurer. Running for re-election are Mayor Ed Johnson and Councilmen Councilmen Dale Johnston, C. A. Morley, Art J. Sorenson and Al J. Ablett, and Eugene Morris, present clerk, for recorder. Alvin Hall is candidate candidate for treasurer.