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TRBLMONTON CITY, UTAH. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1941 VOLUME XX DEMOCRATIC RALLY AT HIGH SCHOOL TUESDAY I ! Democratic leaders of the counfor a big rally ty have arranged River Bear high school, t the 17, at October evening, Tueiay Dana Mrs. to i o'clock, according Lwcutt, county senator Elbert D. Thomas, Representative Walter K. Granger and tofovemor Herbert B. Maw, other with county candidates will , in attendance, with Thomas, as principal Granger, and Maw seakers. a good musical program is also btdng arranged. The public is cordially invited. vice-chairm- an, t X D.Sargent Ketires From Railroad Service I and Mrs. A. D. Sargent left Thursday morning to make their home in Oregon, after spending 3ie past eleven years as local agent for the Union Pacific Railroad. Mr. I, Mr. SCHOOLS AID IN PAPER SALVAGE BLUE CREEK FHIST TO REPORT ON ' UNITED WAR FUND Sargent has served forty wars as agent and operator at rarlous stations in Idaho and Utah, Gar-Un- d Uving spent eleven years at and eleven in Tremonton. He retirement age and ilecided to quit "railroading." :Mr. and Mrs. Sargent have been active in church and civic affairs aid they will be greatly missed ty their many friends. tad reached I Last Day 7or Overseas Mailing r.Ionday Under the direction of James Blue Creek is the (first community to report over the top on the United War Fund quota, in the northern part of the county. Two Tremonton Men Reported Prisoners According to a news release, the War Department has made public the names of Pfc. Acel E. Thompson and SSgt. Lavern R. Maisak as prisoners of war, held by Ger- r- i1 i .. ct fd . . it i- - If.. ' ft if how Bei-fourch- e, Utah-Idah- v-ii- (V McKinley School Gathers Ten Tons Of Scrap Paper "Over the top," "Successful has been reachagain," Our ed," were general comments from happy pupils and teachers at the McKinley school last Friday with the completion of the Paper Drive. Everybody was in a celebrating mood for the award assembly on Friday, after 10 tons or 5 big truck loads of paper were in the freight cars. Seventy-fiv- e per cent of the studentbody brought a bundle. 290 children had enough paper to become a Paper Trooper. Twenty-fou- r children had between 100 and 150 pounds, arid the following children received honorable mention with over 150 pounds: Clyde Brough, Trbde Bjorn, Astrid Strand, Donna Lou Peckenpaugh, Richard Beard, Gary Adams and Ned Frisby. The highest number of pound? collected was 400 pounds, brought in by Paper Trooper Jack Johnson, sixth grade, ,who was made Paper Captain of the school with his two assistants, LaWana Harris, 268 pounds, fourth grade, and Jimmie Waldron, first grade, 372 pounds. Splendid cooperation from every one contributed to the success of this activity the school was asked by he War Production Board to do, and they wish to thank everyone who contributed. g-o- DAVID STANDER NOTES REPUB LICAN RALLY A large number of prominent of thia good woman, Bear River Valley has lost one of its valley Republicans went to Brigearliest pioneers, and grand old ham City, Monday evening to attend the opening GOP rally in Box ladies. Elder Leo J. County, where Adams S. Stokes conducted Bishop the services with Mrs. George Bennion, candidate for United Summers playing the organ pre States Senate, was the principal lude on the organ. A vocal duet, speaker. Congressional candidate "In the Garden of Tomorrow," by Bryant H. Stringham, and other Vesta Jensen and Maurine Toone candidates were present, except J. a s the first musical number, fol Bracken Lee, candidate for Goverlowed by the invocation by May nor, who was unable to attend. The entire state ticket wo intronard Summers. A violin solo, "Estralita," v.H3 duce.!. Attention was cailed to the two played by Dr. D. B. Green, aftrr which the first speaker, John L. constitutional amendments which Hunsaker, a long time, friend of will appear on the November balthe family, paid high tribute to lot, and citizens were urged to Sister Anderson, as a mother and study these carefully so that hey friend to all the rommunity. He can vote intelligently on them. Musical numbers were given by related a conversation in the early married life of the Andersons when Mias Donna Peterson, Miss Elaine they had a large family of small Hansen, and the Orpheus Chorus. children, and he had asked them passing- I X. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gaddie. of Garland, were notified Tuesday evening of the death of their son, Lt. Mark Gaddie, on September 28th in France. Lt. Gaddie was born May, 30, 1917 in Parker, Idaho. Survivors are his parents and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Winona Mulliner of South Dakota; Mrs. Naomi Bishop, Mrs. Mary Linford, Lola Jean and Hunter Gaddie, of Garland; and Malcolm Gaddie, of Chinook, Montana. Factory V-1- V"1fv KILLED IN FRANCE Pulp and Molasses ,.. v GARLAND BOY test Increase In I ... i Good going, Blue Creek! Needed At : t , Beet Growers ld - BENNION KEY The large family and numerous friends of Mrs. Sophia Anderson assembled Friday afternoon in the Bothweli Ward Chapel to pay final respects to her memory. With the r t Blue Creek was given the quota of $30.00 and Wednesday Mr. Roberts turned in the re sults of the drive, $336.00, just( a little over 1000 per cent of ' the quota asked. an-:to- us -- EARLY PIONEER LAID TO REST Roberts, many. Acel is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Thompson, and Lavern is Fred Postmaster James Walton is son of Carl Maisak. a that everyone understand Both young men were reported October 16th the is tiat Monday, as several weeks ago. missing : st day when Christmas packages mailed i ay be overseas, and that ; Propackages must be refused after t lat date. Remember the directions on ireful wrapping, etc. and do not ,'day after Monday, or it will be possible to mail that boy over-- i Opposition to a proposed iniaa a Christmas present. crease in the price of pulp and molasses to growers was registered today by the board of directors of the Utah Sugar Beet Growers AsHelp sociation with representatives of Ctiffar the Utah-Idah- o Sugar Company, the Amalgamated Sugar Company o The Sugar Company and the Layton Sugar Company at i urgently in need of more help a. meeting held in Salt Lake City, 4 the factory in Garland. Men Tuesday. r id some women are needed. All members of the board agreed Make application immediately to according to Noble Hunsaker, presJ. M. ident fiftory superintendent, of the growers organization, Ciddie. that when the contract was negotiated at Pocatello, Idaho last "ATCH REGISTRATspring, that all conditions of the ION DAYS contract should be no less favorK'ext Tuesday, October 17th is able to growers than previous cont next opportunity for register-- 1 tracts, including the price of pulp 1 for the national election. After to growers. Any in and t M. day, there will be only two creasemolasses to of in price 1 3re days on which registrations growers would in effect reduce ;3 be accepted: October 31st and their net return for beets grown. f jvember 1st Those citizens who Representatives of processors not registeredd are urged to stated J that they did not undert le note of these dates. stand that agreements at Pocatello included the return prices of ' iRRY FAMILY pulp or molasses and therefore, JN'ORS SON when, and if. the OPA permitted the family of Mr. and Mrs. M. an increase that processors would G Perry, of Deweyville, met at advance the price. - f family home on Mr. Scallev. manager of the where a delicious dinner Sunday was served in Utah-Idah- o Sugar Co. pointed out t tlOT Of Merle Ppitv xihn ia loo v. that the costs of plant operation k in f the near future for the arm-'- l had increased enormously during forces. the war period and that the govChit of town members who were ernment "hold the line" order had I fent were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver prevented any Increase in returns Hereon of Petersborough, Mr. to the processing companies, mc M Mrs. Elli3 Perry of Bear River stated that unless some relief was y Mr, and Mrs. Alton Perry riven soon, beet production and Ogden. processing of sugar beets In Utah would be a thing of the past. I GEE WINCHESTER The Growers aereed that gov 1 KES BRIDE ernment regulations had increased Announcement is made of the the diffictuties of processors dux of Eugene Winchester to maintained that costs of producfT,ae increased rapidly also and ?s Ruth Bolt The marriage took tion had were ' w In Seattle, Washington, Sat that many of the growers reea-er- s u livestock and . October also dairymen 7th, tugene is a son of Mr. and Mrs. who depended as much upon as upon the returns . far Winchester and has been in the in the cost of Increase beets. on for thTW ycars; w would be a serious in 1 . BEARD justice to the producer and would 'rENDs convention result in merely passing the trouble from the processor to tne Km. aiff Beard, who is the vice cnt of the Western Division producer. A protest to the OPA is alw NaUoal Blue Star Mothers f made according to Mr. Hunbeing ta in Toledo, Ohio Ration, wer.it to attend the convention saker. hf organization. WT THRIOI . fore home, Mrs. urns. returning i" artf plana tn am cuu. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL wh 'a m the Mrs. Walter Wuthrich was takNavy 2 pro-- j nd is studying at the um- - en to a hospital In Brigham City on Wednesday. Mrs. Wuthrich has been ill for about two weeks. .... Vt ,, u, vi tmii LaKe miy, ' if1 vral Mrs Ira Warburton and baby, dayg this week at Verslieus Treof Centerfleld. is visiting this week Uiarry home in titon. with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morris. . J NUMBER FOUR - much flour it took to feed Boyd Borgstrom pected Home Friday the family, Mr. Anderson's reply Exwas, "If we have potatoes, a sack of flour will last seven days, with out potatoes, five days." Mr. and Mrs. Alben Borgstrom, Pictures of activity at McKinley Vesta Jensen then sang "Lay My of Thatcher, have waited anxiousschool during paper drive. Head Beneath a Rose. this day to arrive, for their for ly Above some of the high point in Milton his D. Marble, Bishop is expected home today, son, Boyd, winners: Standing, Lois Iverson, remarks, pictured the difference Uruce Stevens, LaWana Harris; in the pioneering done by Mrs. after having been honorably disRonald Ransom, JacK Anderson and her husband and the charged from the service. Members seated, of the family planned to meet him Ned Frisby. Johnson, Jimmy modern field of machinery, and Waldron, another high pointer, is brought out the difficulties endur at Ogden, Friday morning. The parents have received letters not in the picture. ed by these people. He told of the Lower picture: John Neal, Prin- accurate tithing paid by her and during the past week from all cipal Leon F. Christiansen, Carl the benefit he had received through over the United States, with each mail bringing an average of fifty Nelson, Floyd Kunz, Jerry Buchan- his association with her. an, Sharon Archibald, Leon ConThe next musical number was letters or cards from sympathizing people who have read of their ger, Leo Conger, Jay Bennett, Den(Continued on Page Five) sacrifice and loss to this great war. nis Miller, Dale Crompton, Ros3 Mrs. Borgstrom has requested Mason, Jack Hodges, Berthell that part of a letter written by Christiansen. Mrs. Adam Brenkman to Senator Opens Elbert R. Thomas be reprinted, in After an arduous two days of appreciation for her efforts. Folmore see Utah duck hunters will loading a freight car with tho lowing is .part of the letter: ereese ducks the duringcoand waste paper, which has been "I know Mrs. Borgstrom will 7:08 llected in the northern end of the season opening Saturday at be since season very depressed if something a. m. than during any county, Mrs. Joe Burges3 reports done to release Boyd. I visitisn't 1920's. the earlv of a of total that 31,245 pounds her ed of yesterday (Tuesday) and Such is the bright prediction paper had been collected by Tre told me that the only thing she in B. Dr. Low, expert Jessop monton, Deweyville and Bear River her n wat up is looking forward keeping City, and Garland had succeeded charcre of to home. She says Fish Boyd coming for Utah erfowl the in gathering 16,163 pounds. projects he is her only consolation. Mrs. Burgess and Mrs. Fred and Game Commission. "She made the remark that In a special survey and report Gephart, in charge of the drive, God was good to the Sullivans. . . of 1944 on the eve duck hunt, the appreciate the assistance of those He them all at once and that took Dr. Ross to Director Leonard, who helped in the collection. mother didn't have to receive Low declared: "Census of ducks on the impor shock after shock. She lives in TESTIMONIAL TO HONOR marshes indi mortal fear of bad news all the tant state-owne- d cates that Utah hunters will shoot time. MR. AND MRS. MITCID2LL "I just feel," the letter contin-us- e, at a maior share of the huge 400 A farewell testimonial will be "as everyone in this valley waterfowl in the increase cent ier conducted Sunday evening at the population, estimated since the does, that it isn't right to keep Tremonton First Ward chapel for low of 1934-3Leaders m the that boy away from her. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bentley Mit Utah field at the present time are "That family should have some chell, who will leave in the near the snortv teal, the national recognition. The Sullivans future for Tahiti to serve as pintail or sprig, the wirgeon or were honored by having a ship named for them and a movie was president on that island. erav duck, and the baldplate.' President C. E. Smith and Mr. made honoring them. Why aren't will of mallards prob"Flights and Mrs. Mitchell will be the cold these on in come first the people worthy of something? ably "I am not asking for these honspeakers, and special musical num storm, followed by blue bills, bers will be given. and the diving ducks ors, I am just pleading for the The public is Invited to attend. Many cinnamon teal and locally- - release of this dear boy for his reader redheads have already left mother's sake, as she can't stand our mrshes. any more. You should see her. "Last week, there were nearly Since one week ago when I last a quarter million ducks and sev- saw her, her hair has turned aleral thousand geese on the 5,000 most white and she is gradually d acres of marshes open losing weight, "I don't believe our government, to hunting. public Mrs. Abba Miller has received Christian as it is, can deny this. word from the War Department We are not that short of manpower MAN" IN that her son, SSgt. Marvin J. PLYMOUTH CREW that one marine could lose us the BULLDOZER DARING of Miller, is held as a prisoner war. THE ARMY, FIFTH WITH According to the Internation war by Germany. m which we al News Service, bulldozers With spearheadItaly Letters received by the family a were com infomed an th.t frrlough for engineer from some of the flight officers ing the attack, been denied, Boyd had had Ninety-Firdivision, Boyd of the pany assure them that the entire crew paced the infantry up a vital high- sail that the marire corps had went down together. a been fair with him rbout furMarvin was reported missing a way in northern Italy during Com loughs, but he still tMnks he could recent drive. Fifth Army short time ago. aid to the manded by Capt John K. Mead of be of as much New York, the en- government on the farm and ho Island. Long JAYCEES APPOINTED TO gineer outfit repaired roads and could be with his mother. STATE COMMITTEE "Please, Senator Thomas, do cleared mines left by the retreateverything you can for this dear At the state meeting of the ing Germans under heavy fire. "For two days and nights wc mother . . . the whole community Junior Chamber of Commerce held at Salt Lake on Sunday, the Tre- worked, clearing the road for the is so concerned over the situation." monton Jaycees were appointed as infantry, with shells dropping all Miss Yvonno Briggs spent the chairmen of the Americanism around us," the Captain related. "At one stretch we had weekend at home. Miss Briggs is committee for the state. Those who attended were Mel to fill 16 shell craters in the road attending the Weber College at Foxley, Ferd Elm and Kloon Kerr. as well as clear treos the Jerriee Ogden. Duck Hunting Season - 80-da- y - Pittman-Robertso- 5. green-winge- d mia-sio- s IN HOSPITAL David Stander was taken to the Veteran's hospital in Salt Lake early this week after being taken ill last week. He will remain there for treatment. Fred Gephart and Tony Stander accompanied him to Salt Lake. Marvin J. Miller Reported a Prisoner of War EVANS WARD HOLDS RELIEF SOCIETV SOCIAL The opening social of the Evans Ward Relief Society was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Bertha Hansen with President Mrs. Hilda Stumm in charge. A nice crowd of ladies were present to enjoy the afternoon of games and luncheon. Mae Jensen and Mary Rigby of Brigham City, members of the Stake Board, were also in state-owne- fr st attendance. WESLEY GEPIIART RETURNS HOME Wesley Gephart. until ten days ago, a private in the U. S. Army, has now returned to civilian life and will take up his work at Gephart Stores again. Mrs. Gephart joined her husband had used as road blocks." at San Francisco last week, where Mrs. Capt. Mead commended his bullwith Mrs. Williams and Brig they spent a few days visiting relatives in San Francisco and Henry Foxley spent Tuesday in dozer operators highly. They are Corps. Dale Steed of Plymouth. Sacramento before returning home. Logan. Utah, Spencer B. Smith of Dnggs, Idaho, and Fdward Mark of two-mil- e Du-lut- h, Minn. CITY OFFICIALS WARN AGAINST "They did a swell job with those 'cats." he said. "It's tough for DRIVING TRACTORS ON CITY STREETS big thpm whfn we're being bombed. A warning is Issued to operators ing lug type tractors on the hard They can't hear the shells come in of lug and crawler type tractors surface highways, and the city has becat w of the noise of the motor. to avoid driving on the streets in an ordinance on which prosecution Then there's always the chance of Tremonton, according to Mayor can be made for the same viola- running over a mine left undetecttion. ed. Ruwell B. Waldron this week. Each implement dealer should The city has spent around Dinner guesrts on Sunday at the $15,000.00 the past month in re- provide a loading platform to acsurfacing a number of the city comodate farmers and other trac- Ovde Morris home included Mr utreets and when tractors other tor owners, who may bring or take and Mrs. Merrill Porter of Morgan. than rubber tired ones are driven tractors out of town by truck. Full cooperation ia asked by the Mr. and Mrs. Cole Wlnwlcr over the new surface, considerable so that the new street will announce the arrival of a baby done. ia city, damage There la a state law against driv- - not be broken up. girl, b orn September 25. j HOSPITAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Don Winn, of Tre- monton, announce the birth of a son at the Valley hospital October 6th. A eon was born to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Whitaker at the hospital October 10th. Tonsils were removed during the week for Moana and Vaughn Korth, Stewart and Amelia Rhodes. Carol Kent, Allen Spongier and Elaine Watkins. Carol Bishop, daughter of Ion-ar- d P.iJihop of Garland, had her appendix removed on October 0th. Her condition lfl good. Junior Randall was operated on October 12 th.