1947 Dee Johanson submits old Temple photo

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1947 Dee Johanson submits old Temple photo - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TribuiM Ont«in«»l Photo...
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TribuiM Ont«in«»l Photo PICKET FENCE'S GONE Few Conference Visitors Cap Recall This Scene Conference vi»Itors know thl« jicene like their own front yarda, but only » few of them ever «RW it just like it i* in today 1 * Centennial Centennial contest photo. Perhaps the most arresting part of the view is the absence of tower* and spire* from the temple, Then, too, the various structures In the southeast corner of the block hadn't appeared At the time. Earlier Flan* Recalled Few know that once th« plan wa* to build the tempi* of Sandstone Sandstone from Red Butte canyon ea*t of the pre*ent Fort Doujrla*. A wooden track railroad waa laid from the city to the canyon quarry for haulirig »tone, but the final deci«ion wa» for granite from Little Cottonwood<*anyon, Not many year* after th<i picture picture wem taken the building* .on the corner at left, now occupied by the Union Pacific building, were replaced by a white-columned "Hall of Relics" for the Pioneer Jubilee of 1897. Dedicated In 189S The temple tower* were completed completed and the cap*ton* laid April 6, 1892, and ju*t one year later dedication ceremonle* climaxed more than four decade* of work and planning. Of course, the tree* in the foreground foreground long have been gone from Salt Lake City'* Main at. A* In other communities, the contest between trees and concrete wa* lost by the trees. Mlas Lillian Taylor, 1024-lit ave., contributed the picture. Last week'* winner of The Salt Lake Tribune Centennial photo contest showed two views of Bingham, Bingham, one of the town when big mining operation* had juat started in 1909 and the other a modern view .showing how much of a mountain has been moved. The photograph* were submitted by D. F, Johanson, Blngham, and appeared in last Sunday'* i»*ue of The Tribune. Judge* for the week were Eunice Johnson, *ale»clerk, Owl Drug Co.; Mr*. Geneva Beckatead, houaewife, Rlverton; S. T. Gillmor, Gillmor, radio patrolman, Salt Lake police department, and W, A. Savage, manager, Brook* Cu»tom Tailor*, Beauty Honors Go To Ex-S. L. Baby Tiny, blond* Vickie Ann Udy, year-old daughter of Capt. and Mrs, Frank N. Udy, formerly of Salt Lake City, now of Vallejo, Cal,, recently toddled off with second-place second-place honor* in a baby beauty contest held in Vallejo, it has been learned in Salt Lake City. The youngster is a granddaughter granddaughter of Mrs. Jennie Udy, 768 Emer»on Emer»on ave. Special judging point* were health, beauty, personality and charm, and physical char- aeterifltica ' considered included hair, eyes, »hapc of the head and backs of the leg*. Little Vickie, m year old, last July 28, left the contest clutching a plnK ribbon and a certificate acclaiming her beauty. To Discuss Chest Role Marvin J. Bertoch, chairman of the speakers' committee, Salt Lake county Community Chest, will discus* humanitarian work conducted by varlou* chest agon- cle* at the weekly meeting of the Executive Assn. Monday at 12:15 p.m. in Newhou«e hotel. Colored films will portray the red feather sp.rvlces of the chest, UEA to Honor Leader of National Unit Dr, Glenn E. Snow, St. George, Dixie college president and recently recently elected head of the National Education Asen., will be honored by the Utah -Education Assn. at first general session* Thursday at 8:30 p.m. of the UEA convention n the Salt Lake tabernacle, Church of Je«u« Christ of Latter-day Saint*, The association'* three-day convention convention will be opened however by a meeting of tht House of pele- gate* Thursday 'at 9 a,m, in the capitol. 'World Cltlienihip' Talk The Congres* of Parents and Teacher* also will meet Thursday at 2 p.m/ at Barratt hall, $0 N. Main, to hear an address on •World Citizenship" by Dr. Ralph McDonald, chairman of- the committee committee on World Citizenship of National Congress of Parents and Teachers. Dr. McDonald is execu- ;lve secretary of the national commission commission on teacher education and professional atandard* and dlrec- ;or of the N-E-A division of higher education. Muaic will play a major role this year at the UEA convention. Ralph E. Rush, University of Southern California, nationally recognized recognized as an outstanding music educator, will conduct an orchestra orchestra composed of 100 of Utah's best music student* Friday at 7 p.m. n the tabernacle. Other musical groups participating during the convention .will be South high school a cappella choir, Lincoln high school girls' chorus and Regional Regional boys' choir. Aftftoclated Group* Meeting with UEA during the convention will be associated organizations organizations such as Utah Association Association for Health, Physical Education Education and Recreation, Utah Association Association for 'school Secretaries, Salt Lake. City Wednesday even- ing to addrew the convention. Reclining Formerly 98.50, Kroehler A luxurious, comfortable position, with handy

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 05 Oct 1947, Sun,
  3. Page 23

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