The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on August 18, 1943 · 7
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · 7

Ogden, Utah
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Wednesday, August 18, 1943
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WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST 18 1943 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER Two Layton Lads Drowned in Davis Reservoir o Jack D Coonradt Marvin Grantham Are Tragedy Victims I'm In You're Out ir 5 WISTFULLY Private Thoma Stanberry gazes at Private Norene Sparks and the desk which he once occupied Norene 24-j ear-old WAG from Arkansas Is the first to replace an enlisted man at Hill field this happening in the Supply Section of Base Military Personnel Oh well Thomas was Just waiting to go to OCS anyway I - LAI TON Aug 18— Two Layton boy drowned Tuesday at five p m in the Holmes creek reservoir four miles east of Layton on the moun tain road where they and two other hoys had been swimming Dead are Jack Dean Coonradt 12 son of Arvill Dean and Ora Wat ton Coonradt and Marvin William urantham 9 son of William Howard and Marie Coursey Grantham According to their comrades Jyamea Coonradt 6 and Lee Coon radt 10 brothers of Jack Dean " Coonradt the two victims grabbed each other while sinking J Leo t- Ware Layton town marshal said the two boys ran to a home about one-fourth of a mile from the scene of the tragedy to report that their brother and friend "didn't come back after they went under the water" Because the home had no telephone it was necessary to drive one mile to summon the Layton volunteer fire department members of which removed the bodies by 0 five-thirty p m Dr Noall Tanner pronounced both boys dead when their bodies were recovered Jack Dean Coonradt was born March 26 1931 in Salt Lake City He was a student at Davis junior high school and a member of the L D S church He is survived by his parents two brothers and a sister Lee James and Beverley Young Coonradt and a grandfather O F Walton all of Layton Marvin William Grantham was born March 3 1934 in Monte Vista Colo ' He had attended elementary V 1 j t : nr 4 in rn T::VhV:rnr THE SECOND WAC to be placed in an office at Hill field is Wn'rsV-tii-mrinrf tViroi Private Evelyn J Glass also in Supply Section 23 years old and fVandparents Mr and Mrs Tom comes from Denver She's not replacing an enlisted man however he has the distinction of being replaced by two women which should ' make him feel worthy at least — v Random Reierences Visitor— H Marksheff le general superintendent of the Union Pa cific with Headquarters in oau Lake City was In Ogden today on business Skylark face powder and perfume ' combination for the price of the face powder alone $100 Lienhardt Drug Store 2800 Wash Blvd (adv) Hostess— Mrs Elsie Allen will entertain the members of Dix Logan Relief corps auxiliary to the G A R with a bunco and card party at her home 1972 Washington Thursday August 19 at two p m Spencer Corsets — Individually designed Nelle H Meyer telephone 2-3633 (adv) Dance — The Friendship Social club will hold a dance in the Utah Power auditorium Thursday Aug 19 for members and their irienas ! ' V I J '' -rrhnmnsftn nf Trrtiif r?nl Ors and Mrs Fred Koenige of HomeLake Colo Both bodies are at the Aultorest mortuary in-Ogden Burglar Takes Cash Officers Told League Appoints Funerals Sessions Aide Frederick O Mulligan A Service Flag for your boy In the ervice 49c Glen Bros Udvi Medal— Corn Anton E Raven- bere husband of Mrs Erma Rav enberg of 2665 Grant has been awarded a good conduct medal a Camp Shelby Miss Pioneer Merchant Of Ogden Dead f 7:vMWAVWWy¥W'WUlll i - - - "X - ( ( 'A I V I " ' X I 1 'v ( f x r: f f " " - 7 1 inwt '"'''nimifniyi iViTi — mitt mm Probation Granted In Theft Case Pleading guilty In city court to-day to an auto theft charge Ma-pals Wortbington 18 of 3039 Por ter was placed on probation to Traffic Lieut DarreU E Shaw and ordered to report at the end of each two-week period It was explained that other I youtha were involved and will doubtlejss be placed on a like pro bation by the juvenile court R B Smith of Ogden Is at lib erty on bail of $100 following his I arrest Tuesday on a drunken driv ing charge John Vanzant 20 of 541 Twenty- seventh was ordered to appear Monday Aug 23 to fact court Ion a charge of reckless driving George Fong 50 address "city" forfeited $150 on gaming charges H M Sorenson entered a plea of innocent to disturbing the peace by tumultous and offensive conduct Delay in the action was granted until Monday GOG" AN t m Melting daze — Except for Sol in jail where he's In the "cooler And it's cooler As the ceiling said to the walls -Hold me up I'm plastered" Once there was a drunk who got on one of the N Y doubledecker busses and the conductor told him to go upstairs and sit The drunk went up and came down after a while and said "I'm not going to sit up there — there 1 no driver!" Weather: 89 degrees maximum Tuesday with 62 degrees minimum early today — no precipitation Lamonl Grix Furniture of all types for every room at Schoss Furniture & Electric Co 355 Twenty-fourth (adv) In Georgia — Aviation Cadet Don L Campbell son of Mr and Mrs Lester H Campbell of RFD No 3 North Ogden is taking basic flight training at Eainbridze Ga He 13 a graduate of Weber high school and attended Weber college Officer— Miss Frances Carolyn Gillette of 832 Twenty-fifth Ogden recently was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U S army nurse corps and will report f 01 active duty at Camp McQuaide Calif — Returns — Corp Orrin Kartchner son of Mr and Mrs O K Kartchner of i Wilson has returned to duty at 'Camp Adair Ore after spending a two-week furlough with relatives here Nurses' Aides — Enroll at the Red Cross office — city-county building now for evening course in nurses' aide starting Sept 13 City Commissioner William D Frank Peterson of the Van Ness Wood today was in receipt of noti- Services for Frederick Oren Mul ligan 30 of E-9 Navy Way Wash ington Terrace who was drowned Friday in Pine View reservoir were License — John William Turner and Margaret Rose Jensen both of Mantua have been issued a mar riage license in Utah county Lamonl Grix 87 pioneei mer- Two WlVCS Institute chant of Ogden died at hi home 9 2549 Gramercy avenue Tuesday at UlVOrce AcllOIlS nine p m of causes incident to DivQrce complaints had becn agxV n-w w iwirh filed in Second district court to- Mr Grix Ayas born in Norwich day by Mona Nye Taylor against England Oct 7 1855 a son of Robrt Edward Taylor and by Jonathan and Sarah Florence Grix EUeen Camery against Donald He came to Ogden as an L D S Camery convert Oct 16 1869 on the firat Mrs Taylor charges failure "to railroad train bearing L D S im- provide and asks th r- migrants straight from New York tody of one minor child attorney juy ana naa resiaea nere inee iees suit money court costs and He married Sarah Lawson in the temporary alimony They were Salt Lake Endowment house Feb married in Preston Idaho March l 1878 She died in ugoen x eo 30 1942 v 1899 Mrs Camery charges cruelty and I Mr Grix worked as a clerk in asks restoration of her maiden Joseph Stanford's merchandise name of Eileen Pasorske The store on Twenty-fifth street just Camerys were married In Brew- west of the Broom hotel for six ster Minn Sept 14 1941 years later going into business for himself He was the firat mer chant to move into the new Broom hotel building in 1883 He continued in business for 40 years re tiring in 1907 A devout member of the L D church Mr Grix was in the high priests' quorum of Mount ! Ogden stake Survivors include seven sons and daughters S J John Arthur Florence Mary B and Winifred Grix and Mrs May Bybee all of Ogden The body is at Larkin & Sons' mortuary Death— Joseph Henry Lewis 69 hotel reported to the police today fication of hla appointment a3Lnn Tupv nvpnin? in the Prominent Cache county farmer he night and $305 in currency and tee for the state convention of the Aultorest mortuary chapel Dy ben- of Ogden died Tuesday in a Lo-ihree or four dollars in silver Utah Municipal league in Ogden ior Patrolman W L Gilbert of Hill gan hospital of complications fol- stolen - Sept 2 and 3 field lowing an operation Charles Russell of 450 Twentieth Gerald Irvine former Salt Lake Prelude and postlude were played laid ms car had been stolen ana city attorney-ana nuion wnite or Plltu pnB onj Rina 11 A A IT 1 then recovered Two tires were said Ogden speaker of the Utah house bv RutTh Capp and Mrs Rozina I hnf fifnn 11171 ON ' to have been damaged beyond re- of representatives were named to Nicholas Invocation and benedic- ilJikJll Ut lUl llUllltU pair while the car was in the hands assist Wood in formulating the leg- on were ouerea ay uie j of the thief J islatiVe committee sessions Hansen of the English Lutheran T rmifr llnffnt Warner Bruestle of 3542 Ogden George H Harrison mayor of cnurcn apeaKers were mr nan- jj 1U3 illttHUl reported his auto radio and two Roosevelt and president of the sen Patrolman R W Kirkham and lencue announced the annoint- Mr uruoert musiu was presemeu rph u uv nmm men by Philo Peterson Jack Jeffs Ed- -inn mifinff nn Tiv Vei Commissioner Wood stated he ex- e Porter Ln uiioertuiaays van that Vernon Crockett is the name pects lively legislative meetings in Dnmmelen and Grace Slater of tne abstractor against whom view of the large number of prob- onowmg tne services tne ooay charges were brought by Carl G iems or otner cities tnat nave ai- r """""i u"y zetterlund The commission re- ready been called to his attention opnngneia ure wre auuiuoiuu solved that the city recorder should Last year Wood said the league services ana Dunai win De neia inform the county attorney of the voted to consider no new legislation — " charges made by Mr Zetterlund and except when it could be shown to r Tfcrf also the state tax commission have direct bearinc on th micress- X-'Cllrt u 17Lji am tVicbo Instriipfmn nr hoinor far mm V W V MVhlVtlO V — WW A robes were stolen from his car dur ing the night Police Asked to Find l4-Ycar-01d Girl T)AliMik Mnlmil I aj4 Ait kmm fcha I ° X U11VC wcie Mniu vuuajr UJ wiw 1 nmeAKnt nn nf Via mar suit in her return home from which Services for Mrs Dena Anna Jans ried out by the citv recorder Van DeGraaf 62 of 3711 Adams widow of Peter Van DeGraaf who died Sunday will be conducted Thursday at two p m in the L D S Fourteenth ward chapel by One year ago maximum was 95 degrees with 60 degrees minimum No precipitation Akron Beacon Journax guild members have started a community victory garden Since many of them admit they don't know the differ ence between a radish-in-the-roueh and a slide trombone daily com muniques are being offered on life on the aoil by sports WTiter Eddie Butler head of the Akron Guild Butler'i first communique lists the necessary implements and ma terials with suitable definitions For instance: Plot—What the government does every time you get a dollar ahead Rake — The kind of fellow you wouldn't want your sister to date Hoe — Song slang used by Cab Calloway along with 'Hi" and "De" Plant— A stooge who works in the audience A shiU Seed— Usually bears the prefix "hay" One born and raised In a country community and transplanted through mischance Seedling— Hii son City Court Continues Morals Case With Heber C Carver serving as judge of the city court while Judge Charles G Cowley it oa Vacation a city c&se against Mary Mahon 19 of 2115 Pingree was continued until Tuesday Aug 24 for trial The date was determined by the court' after a brief verbal joust between attorneys Mi&s Mahon is at liberty on ball of $300 after an arrest Mocday on charges of lewd and lascivious con duct Defense Attorney Joseph H Evans opposed a request of Assistant City Attorney Derrah B Van Dyke that the case be continued It was stated that the county attorney is Investigating the possi bility of filing more serious charges against the defendant Under theae conditions Attorney Van Dyke stated that he does not wish to proceed with the city cas which is a misdemeanor The defense attorney declared he had three witnesses In court today and that it would be an Imposition upon thtse people to defer action on Miss Mahon's plea ot Innocence 1 Acting Judge Carver found that the argument of the city merited "reasonable additional time" —FURNITURE-CLEANING We make your used furniture look like new ALL WORK GUARANTEED PARAMOUNT FURN STUDIOS 2153 Wash Blvd - Phone 7316 21 YEARS EXPERIENCE rorncriy tUi amlta ftrtdia Os Wheelwright Family Sets Reception Mr and Mrs D R Wheelwright extend an invitation to attend open house at their home 1286 Twenty- fifth Saturday between the hours of three and nine to schoolmates friends and relatives of their son and daughter-in-law Dr and Mrs Sterling Wheelwright Dr and Mr Wheelwright will arrive here to-! night from Washington D C en route to Palo Alto Calif Dr Wheelwright has accepted a position to direct a course in music and society in the school of hu manities at Stanford university where music is taught as an ex pression of people's life and culture she has been missing since last Sewer Cancellation Monday morning : This is the first missing person Request Denied report received by police this week 1 Last Friday five juvenile girls all ? Citv commission todav refused to Bishop Olvie Cramer under 15 years of age were report- errant a reauest bv I L and May Friends may call at the residence ed missing Baker Richards 558 Twelfth street after six-thirty p m today and The last missing girl was said to I for cancellation of a sewer assess- Thursday until time for the serv be about 5 feet 4 inches In height ment ices Entombment will be in the Qnd weighing 100 to 105 pounds Also at the meeting Lawrence Aultorest mausoleum under direc ith medium brown curly hair She Turpin stadium caretaker reported tJon ' Aultorest mortuary " may be with a girl named Gladys that 30 chairs borrowed bv the In a dark-colored Bulck auto the Ogden USO had not been returned TVtt: Q TUr report said Commissioner Saunders said he iCllie o i eiJiey Wnt° Nathan O stadium u-tu wuv pebiey who died Monday evening Pvmlnf tonn w vw at the home of a daughter Mrs Payment of $200 by Monte Young Wnrt wm 348 v r m m TT1 fnr Mm val mk T1 Ofl T — 4 nlf n IlliaC aV V " " " i"Vr ?ir' " 1 be conducted Thursday at ten a m 1 1 aijR 1 UlllillL "Clc" 1 m Lindquist & Sons Colonial " Gviw funeral chapel by Bishop Thomas Van Drimmelen of the L D S ern railroad track between Salt Wnrrl FWim Pmci Friends may call at the mortuary Lake City and Denver will be w 1 rilsUI1 today from four to nine p m and ithor double track or eauiDDed for I wora nas been received bv Mrs Thursday prior to services Burial centralized traffic control J C DeHart of 3211 Jefferson that will be in the Aultorest Memorial n Edward A West of Denver gen- ncr nepnew jerry A Craven radio- park -4ral manager for the railroad said secona class is in excellent the worK was Deing rusnea to com-1 ijut:u aim 13 ut unaer fj"l T it 1 cletion to handle an anticipated I treatment at the Japanese military IVarl i tlODSOn m X I mmmm Railway Improving Within a month all but 157 miles of the Denver & Rio Grande West- record volume of fall traffic West is Inspecting company in stallatlons in this area r CI AUTOrlOOILi oivnins! Have you complied with the Utah Safety Responsibility Law? Without protective Insurance lyou are taking undue chances - " The beat way to be protected sgalnst this law Is to secure an insurance policy with bodily injury and properly damage limits for required amounts Den Eleff Ins Agency Eccle Building Dial Office 6843 Home 5335 orison carrin Ttfn 1 nn fVia TSKn-n nin islands wa tin Services for Karl Rollins Hobson with the navy when the islands 20- ciyUi" er?Plove t Hill field were taken who died Sunday in Ogden will be 'wwMwwtsM I conducted Friday at one p m in F NFRAI niRCrTnDC the Lava Hot springs L D S mwww chapel by J R Maughan bishop - - - I IiiAnia mo-ir ra 1 1 e ¥ T e KIRKENDALL-DARLING Sons' mortuary in Ogden Thursday anernoon itnu evening ana at the MORTUARY DIAL 4659 chapel in Lava Hot Springs Friday irom eleven a m to one p m Burial will be in the Lava Hot Springs cemetery - s a u n va irrs x ' The first OF VICTORY ast Everywhere men and women know again the enjoyment of the second cup of coffee and have been cheered and encouraged And it restores a simple enjoyment in daily living that cannot begin to be measured in money value The downright satisfaction of that second cup of coffee is actually many times what it was before restrictions The restrictions of Rationing did something else They forced people to learn a lot about coffee The need to make every pound of coffee deliver the greatest possible number of cups of good coffee brought about an unprecedented demand for Folger's Surveys have indicated that in many localities the demand has about doubled People discovered the importance of the extra richer Folger flavor They discovered what thrifty housewives had previously reported— that they could use Uth less of mountain grown Folger's Coffee and still get a better cup of coffee than was possible with ordinary weaker flavored brands ! ! In spite of the greatly increased supply of coffee now available shortages of packaging materials and labor present many production problems to the whole coffee industry But we're working harder than ever to supply the tremendous increased demand and provide plenty o(re$b vigorous Folger's Coffee for everyone J May we suggest that you drink Folger'i vigorous flavored mountain grown coffee and enjoy it to the limit- Drink as much as you want but please don't waste a drop It is too precious to waste and others want it Also if you should discover Folger's out of stock at your grocer's be assured such a situation is temporary Probably only a matter of hours You can now insist upon and receive your favorite coffee! cj MYERS & FOULGER FUNERAL DIRECTORS 633 26th st Dial M97 Ada M R Way ment rLVJrvlO I O I Ada May Rose Wayment 45 of i I Warren wife of Neal Wavmn ±±f "r wno cuea saturaay were conducted Hrom rEaSu in the Warren L D S chapel WaS? BTvT Dial 9958 afternoon by Bishop Ar- 9449 thur W Marriott and Counselor '- -i " ' Maurie Skeen ' vjaden VltV rlOral UO Prelude and postlude were nlaved 2277 Washington Blvd Dial 4761 b Gladys Wayment who with 80S9 1 ula Marriott accompanied the Dumkt Floral Co ' 1600 Grant vocaUsts Ruth Butler- Jay Gib- Flowers for All Occasions Dial Tin son ana una Hansen Invocation ana benediction were offered bv r t ± Buses are crowded Hotel reservations are hard to get in some places We regret this condition However we are doing our best to handle essential travelers If your trip is essential call your bus agent well in advance advising when and where you are going He will tell you which are the best days to travel and least crowded schedulesTravel light and be on time U N I ON HJP mans 48-hour week no Sundays $20 per week 1 meal a day uniforms furnished pleasant working conditions LUNCH DEPARTMENT P 7 VoolvorS!) 1 Marvin Wayment and William Knight Speakers were Herman VanBraak Willard Carver Joseph Skeen Counselor Frank Stewarf and Bishop Marriott Burial was in the Warren cemetery Clyde A jumaquist aeaicatea tne grave EASY TO- BUV I PACIFIC STAGES DEPOT 25th and Grant Ave Dial 5573 Be sure to insist on genuine St Joseph Aspirin every PURE ASPIRIN Quality Assured time You can't buy aspirin that can do O m H more lor you so why pay more World's B largest seiJer at 10 S3 tablets 2Qi-l pffwfffyyYywwwwBfcj I vtujr msy wk jWB&fM mmi ir riiiliWiMig $1000 WILL BE PAID CffM AccH y Fl§r ti!im m4 Vti m Jvcfy wmi Jomm f wk tmigw vrtitiiiy Letters thnUJ tell of the tnyorment of rtHj good coffee— tell bow rationing tautnt tht unpomac of folfcr'i richer flavored moontiia grenra cofet tutgest the friendlf tmnalating ben£ts of cap cf Folger'c Coffee in the dtily Lives of men in A veoea who ire doing ttieir ptn m wianinf the wtx J 1000 will be psid to the writer of etch saca ktter accepted by Sept 15 AH letters become tne properrrofj- A Folferk Co None will be retumed Geoerti interest nf siuubdirr will determine sciec- nons Think joq for foot letter Addrta mU Utters ' " JUDY ao JANE p- n PO I0X S4 EARS AS CTT 19 JRISSOOtl THERE'S A MOUNTAIN OF FLAVOR IN EVERY SPOONFUL fPQDatlilf (S c c r rr r r n cl

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