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LMB VOLUME XI TREMONTON CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1936 As the Editor Sees If COUNTY OFFICIALS S. P. R. R. FIGHT HffltQSS ; COMMEMORATED w thmm i County Attorney Lewis Jones and the Box Elder county commisioners are to be congratulated upon the successful fight they have made against "Mid Summer Nights r Dream" to be Present ed Here Thurs. April 9 Thfijjlasslc comedy, 'Mid. Summers Night Dream," by William Shakespeare, ' has been produced for the screen after years of work and will be presented at the Liberty theatre Thursday, April 9. Beautiful melodies of Mendelssohn assist in making . this the outstanding picture that it is ' acclaimed to be. A pageant of 15 film stars, in a cast of 1000; brilliant ballets, a symphony orchestra and a great play are combined in this one production of a love story the whole world has thrilled to. . . Mar. Shoot of Tremonton Rifle Club Is Given The standings for the March shoot of the Tremonton Rifle elub on team scores are as follows:- - High team, Bill Goldsberry's team, 3696; next Virgil Weddmann'a, 2823. Individual scores, Harry Taylor, high point man. Next high - point point single scorer, Harry Taylor and point signal scorer, Harry - Taylor and Bill Goldsberry tied, 92.- These two men were also the high point men for the winter's shoot with Taylor 1304 and Goldsberry 1267. -- . NOTICE OF REORGANIZATION A meeting for the purpose of selecting a chairman, a chairlady, a secretary and treasurer, and a committee of three to act as democratic officers for the Tremonton precinct for the ensuing two years, and to transact any other business that may come .before said meeting, is hereby called to convene in the Tremonton ward recreation hall, Friday, April at 3, 1936 (Signed) 8 TREMONTON, UTAH ; Friday and Saturday BARBARA STANYCK and In ROBERT YOUNG RED SALUTE" CONWAY TEARLE In 'TRAIL'S END" Monday Sunday DICK POWELL and ANN DVORAK In Tuesday y unt " Comedy . Hearst News Wednesday and Thursday NORMA SHEARER and FREDRIG MARCH in 'SMIUN' THROUGH' Temple Observed by Services Friday k Vl WcvUngtoa. who wat en oi tho and rich t oi Viioinla to hit education from the oatdoon and practt-ea- l bacco planim, who was chosos romnwmdor-te-chld th army whoa smb. not from boob, who was owkwuid with woman, tho Colonic MTOtod, who Ud a who at II wot a public sur- - wak. untrained, unequipped band oi patriot through th privations of who rciTd lm through India country to I- kMM Ik riaiHi m WMo Volloy and Into cm IcfrfllUd tint from raft, who Am British army undWfVv.' ' vmijf i f VraUeck altar a! arpnse asacx aunna mermen V St ind I f B NEW PROGRAM DR.LH.CREER FOR FARMERS TELLS IDEALS OF Features of the new national soil program which will serve as the basis for the development of state and county programs were explained by federal officials at a meeting held at Salt Lake City, 7 March for western states extension representatives. Only crop lands were considered at this meeting. An intensive study is now being made looking toward the development of a range improvement program. When , this preliminary study is completed, further meetings will be held with the range interests, WEBER COLLEGE conservatlf- - Lions Club Enjoys En- tertainment Furnished By College Dr. L. h. Creer, president of the Weber college, John Benson, instructor and four students, Chester Chrig tensen, Donna Pickett, Ruth Sessions and Ethel Fenlayson, were special guests at the regular semimonthly small in numbers, poor and scattered. officials said. luncheon of the Lions club held at the They were continually harassed by George E. Farrell, director of the M. E. church Wednesday evening. bitter persecution from their avowed western division of the AAA, was in Dr. Creer was the principal speakenemies. But with undaunted spirit charge of the meeting. States in the er with the students furnishing a very they completed it in less than three western division represented are: pleasing musical disyears, at a per capita sacrifice pro- Utah, Arizona, California, Colorado, playing a wealth ofentertainment, with their ability to bably greater than that required Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, voices. John Benson spoke briefly at build any other religious house in the New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, the conclusion of the program. world. Washington, and Wyoming. Declaring his belief that the junior Great throngs attended the dedThe general outlines of the national was college The services. icatory Prophet Joseph program which state agricultural of Americanthe creator and preserver ideals, the speaker- - laid Smith read the prayer of dedication, workers studied are described as bebefore his hearers the position which given him by revelation, which was ing largely a composite of the recom he thought the Weber college held in most sublime and impressive. Many mendations of the four regional conaccounts preserved by eye witnesses ferences held recently at Salt Lake this important work. He said that the institution intended to provide courstestify that many remarkable and City, Chicago, Memphis, and New es to meet the requirements , of the . spiritual manifestations attended this York City. event. The field set-u-p is to follow in gen upper touniversities for those who deIt was also in this newly dedicated I eral that which prevailed under the sired continue their schooling and Kirkland Temple, on April 3rd, that J AAA programs, with county and for those who did not intend to continue, to offer them courses i that Joseph Smith, Jr., records that he community committees, and one state would best fit and prepare, them for and Oliver Cowdery were visited by committee for each state. These comthe course in life they desired to folElias are to made of mittees be heavenly messengers Moses, pro- low. up and Elijah who restored' to earth ducers. He said, that it was bis opinion that National Goal keys of Priesthood and authority v the school ought to educate the stuwhich made possible the gathering of new The national goal, under the dents for complete living, saying that modern Israel from all lands, the pro- program is to add approximately 30 the mark of education should be an of acres to in the million all the ; the mulgation Gospel of the things about us, world, and the administration in tem- crops. : There were approximately 100 appreciation with emphasis on the finer cultural ples of saving ordinances for : the million acres of fiuch crops in 1930. things. He gave an illustration of : dead. Procedure what he meant by saying that an orIn commemoration of these epochal Under the soli conservation proevents the Genealogical Society of gram farmers will receive payments chestra was engaged from the northUtah is holding a solemn assembly ser for planting certain crops and for west, one of the finest in America, vice in the Salt Lake Tabernacle, at certain practices which comply with and in Ogden, a city of 50,000 people, 7:30 P. M., Friday, April 3. All are the purposes of the new law. Fori 60 people were in attendance at the invited to attend, and will be welcome. this purpose, available appropriations recital. A block away, a vulgar picture show could not accomodate the The detailed program follows: total approximately $470,000,000. crowd with standing room.-- . "Now Let Us Rejoice in the Day Under the national program crops of his visit to a national He told of Salvation,!' Tabernacle Choir and are divided into three main classes: " educational institute and of some of suchas wheat, the Congregation. crops subjects emphasized as tending to crops "'"Prayer . corn, cotton, etc; the ideal conditions. An honest day's1 song - by the Tabernacle Choir,- such- - as grasses pastured, or cut for work for an honest remuneration, was as And Then Shall Your Light Break hay; and crops such offered as a principle that would con; Forth", from "Elijah." ; ; legumes. tribute largely to an Ideal desired. Reading of the Dedicatory prayer (Please Turn to Page Two) He said that it was pointed out that of the Kirkland Temple. we are too much concerned with pro"The Spirit of God Like a Fire is perty, and not enough with human valBurning," by Tabernacle Choir and ues and sighted as an example where congregation. deeds to certain land had beien traced Remarks by President Heber J. back to the very beginning and in the Grant. ; same city where all this work was Selection from the Oratorio,"Elijah" accomplished, there were many huby the Tabernacle Choir, "Be Not A!- In a final decision handed down by man beings without even their names ..' fraid." commerce commision or births registered on the vital star the inter-stat- e Reading of Section 110, by a reader, in Washington Monday, the Southern tistics, with the result that it is alor to come oyer public address sys Pacific railroad was denied the right most to connect family reimpossible , tem. to abandon the west end of its Prom- lationship. ' Address by President Joseph Field- ontory branch. It upheld the contenof In cleanliness speaking personal ing Smith on the historical and doc- tion of Box Elder county, its Com- and pure speaker told of an trinal significance of the events cele- mercial club, the Northwestern Wool illustrationlife, the where 63 cent given brated, outlining the accomplishments growers and others who had protested of all janitors and nurses in per the eduof one hundred years, and foreshad- the . cational institutions of a certain city application. owing what is yet to come. Section The decision was similar to some were dismissed because of veneral ' 128. of the Supreme Court's New Deal de- diseases. The same peaker pointed Anthem "Song of the Redeemed," cisions and was a 5 to 4 decision and out the urgent need for spiritual by the Tabernacle Choir. was based on the grounds that con- things. . ., i . Benediction venience of the public did not justify In conclusion Mr. Creer said that the granting of the railroad petition. the Weber college intended to spend County Attorney Lewis Jones and at least $1,000.00 in bringing highly the Box Elder county commissioners, cultured people in the higher arts, of Re-elect- ed who have carried the burden of the music etc., to the school to give the fight against the abandonment based students and all other citizens an opNello Christofferson was elected to their claims on the fact that tne cat- portunity to acquaint themselves with succeed himself by acclamation in the tle and sheep Industry would be the higher things of life. He said the meeting of the central committee 6f greatly injured, as well as national programs would be free and inducedemocrats of Box Elder county held defence would be crippled in this area ments would be made to get as many in the court house Saturday evening. by its abandonment. people as possible to attend. To enThe dissenting judges were Meyer, joy the better things of life one does Other officers were named as follows: Harold Reese, Bear River City, Maffie, Miller and Caskie. They crit- not always need to make money, he Mrs. Emelia Welling, Brig- icised the majority opinion for forc- said. ham City, chairlady; Mrs. Clarence ing the carrier to operate at a loss Summers, Bothwell, associate chair- each year. The Garland and Tremonton AmeriThe matter has been before the lady; George Frodsham, Brigham can Legion Auxiliary are holding a City, secretary; and Harold Olsen, commision for three years. Hearings C. at and D. meeting Monday, April 6th at joint at held were Washington, treasurer. All were Brigham City, Salt Lake City. County Attorney 8 p. m. at the Legion hall. There named by acclamation. Ie was decided to increase the ex- Lewis Jones was present at all will be a program and the winning Fldac essay papers from .the high ecutive committee from five to ten hearings. school will be read. The public is members, two to be seelcted from cordially invited to attend. the ladles organization, two from the junior democrats, the balance to be D. B. chosen geographically from the county. They will be selected by the chair! VattT fora to ricMry orm th trained British regular, two trm a first who Pretlden t of th new-ba-n m v TWENTY-NDn- EXPERTS EXPLAIN 26-2- March 27 was the one hundredth anniversary of the dedication of the Kirkland Temple, the first temple erected by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints. This acred ed ifice was built when the church was ni aMnd pubUe and HoHtmtm, ho was truly Tint ini war. first to peace. first to th harto of hi cavalry . Second Annual Music Festival Set For Friday, April : -- 10 Try Outs for Entries Will Be Held Thursday; Band Mothers Club Urges Cooperation I be named for the high school band. Mothers have organized chairmen of committees on different events and ,- they are now actively engaged in . : f working out details. to are will 7 solicit the m., at expecting They p. evening, commencing be the preUmhmry tryouts for All so- business houses for prizes and proloists, drum majors, twirlers, ensem- grams. They will also start a ticket bles and north and south district campaign to raise funds to help build bands. The public will be invited to music in the valley. They have allisten to these tryouts free of charge. ready purchased 80 caps and a banOn Friday, April 10th there will be ner for the junior band and hope to parading; twirling and concert work be able, with this year's receipts, to in Garland at 1 p. m ana in Tremon- purchase capes for juniors. The mothers committees are hoping ton at 2:30 p. m. Friday evening, commencing at 8, for 100 per cent cooperation on this p. m., the grand concert win oo ueiu, second annual festival in, the cause in which students qualified for the of more and better music for the events will appear, including the high Bear River valley. school band, junior band, girls glee They are charging only twenty-fiv- e double cents a ticket for all events but are trio, mixed chorus, girls club, and all soloists qualified to enter the hoping everyone in our communities region music festival to be held in will purchase at least one ticket for this cause. Brigham on April 17th and 18th. Remember the slogan: "A Band Following the concert theie will be a grand ball in which sponsors will and Orchestra in Every Community." Bear River valley's music festival sponsored by the band mothers club will be held Anril 9th and 10th. The general program as now for mulated will be as follows: Thursday ? 3.06 Inches Moisture City Will Accept Bids; Falls During Storm Clean Up Week Set Bear River valley witnessed one of the heaviest snow storms in many years, commencing Monday evening and lasting for a period of 36 hours, 3.06 inches of moisture fell, representing possibly from 10 tb 12 inches of snow and resembling the dead of winter with a heavy frost Tuesday and Wednesday night. a is at standstill, with the Farming fields covered with a heavy blanket of snow. From reports from several sections of the dry farm area, snow has come as a blessing to many of the dry Teachers Will Get Increase In Wages The board of education of the Box Elder school district, with the aid of Superintendent Hervin Bunderson, Is making plans to increase salaries of the teachers in this county for the next school year. Wm. T. Davis, clerk of the board, - said that in a short time the contracts will be mailed out to the . " "Thanks A Million" Todd-KeU- wauunatea. wha W Centennial of Kirtland whom tatlur nMka dted whi ha was atovw, - Orpheum Theatre J R. farms. Previous to the storm, considerable freezing and thawing, for the past two weeks, had been going on; the process of pulling much of the dry farm grain out and leaving the ground badly cracked and checkp. m. LAVON CRYSTAL ed. It' is felt that with the heavy f Chairlady. snow that considerable damage will be repaired and insure those fields not heretofore effected of a1 good AT THE standi ' : ! OF L.D.S. CHURCH WIN the application of the Southern Pacific railroad to abandon the west end of its Promontory branch. In addition to the inconvenience it would have caused cheep and cattle men, and lessen the efficiency of our national defense, the grounds upon which the county based its opposition, its abandonment would have meant a considerable loss to the county in taxes and would have effected every taxpayer in the county. Recently an application was made by a bus company for a permit to operate a bus in competition to this line. County Attorney Lewis Jones and the county commissioners displayed a spirit of fairness and consistency when they appeared before the Utilities commission and vigorously protested the granting of a license to the truck company, on the grounds that the railroad company, which pays approximately $222,000.00 in taxes each year, should be given a first consideration as against anyone who could not offer more efficient and economical transportation than the railroad. ' ' In expressing commendation and appreciation: to these public officials for their long and valiant fight, the editor feels that he is expressing the feelings of the citizenship of this county. They have accomplished an outstanding piece of service for the citizens of this county and it should not go CAH NUMBER EPOCHAL EVENTS HISTORY QF-AMSI11- WW - - soil-buildi- Final Decision Denies Right To Abandon Promontory Branch - The city of Tremonton will consider written bids if presented at the regular monthly meeting, Monday, April 6, 1936, for the following: County Democratic Care of city park for summer season, including proper and timely irrigation of trees and lawn, proper and timely cutting of lawn and removal of any and all rubbish. Care of city cemetery, including sprinkling, lawn cutting, weeding and grave digging under supervision of City Sexton P. T. Meister. ' Clearing and hauling of all rubbish, garbage, ashes and properly disposing of same, including all rubbish from streets for a period of one year. Citizens are to haul all ashes accumulated previous to April 15th, i936. They are urged to comply with city ordinance requesting that garbage be placed in metal containers on alley property line. Ashes should be wet and piled separately on same alley property line. Citizens should burn in metal containers, all boxes, papers, packings and properly guard fires until burned man in the near future. out. A committee to draft rules and Fines will be levied abainst any to govern county patronor regulations feeding flys within places breeding city limits. Manure piles will not be age, etc., for the guidance of elective tolerated, . neither will garbage, tin officers was named by the chairman cans, dish water and fly producing as follows: Lewis Jones, chairman; Mrs. Lettle D. Christofferson, Mrs. V. elements strewn in back yards. April 6th to April 13th is declared V. Phillips, Earl B. Hales and Dean Hall. clean up week. Another committee that will be of Comand. order Street By Alley named by the chairman will be one mittee, City of Tremonton. to govern party patronage one for L. D. S. recreation hall at 8 p.m. for state, one for federal and one for the purpose of the pre- county. Officers n; teachers by the superintendent and at that time the amounts of the sal- cinct. A chairman, asary increases will be determined by sociate chairlady and secretary-treasurthe board. News. Brigham, will be named. Considerable interest has been man. lfest in the coming reorganization and Democrats of TremonIt is expected that a large number ton Organize will be present to help select the new officers. ,: AU democrat are requested to take' The Democrats of Tremonton precinct will meet Friday evenlnf .at the notice tad be present at the meeting. n, er to . Friday 1 Green Named President Soft Ball Teams Monday Eve. In a meeting held Monday evening, By DR. JOHN W. HOLLAND at which a large representation of the soft ball players of the town were present, Dr. D. B. Green was elected president, with Hamp Bradshaw orPlans for the as ganization of the teams, as well entrance the for making preparations into a good league were discussed. From the players available there will be three strong teams put into the field from this city. President Green has received comSCHOOL TO PRESENT munications from the state president, OPERETTA, APRIL 11TH Mr. Jones, and everything is all set "The Blue Belt," an operetta' in two to go for one of the best and most acts (will be given by the pupils of successful seasons. All those who are interested in the Tremonton school April 17, at 8 o'clock p. m. In the recreation hall. playing are requested to sign up with Over 400 children will take part in Secretary Hamp and deposit one siltola colorful production. Tickets will ver cartwheel and Hamp will do the rest. oenta. be twenty-fiv- e 'i He who acts like a higMrew la usually merely high-hA deserted Ideal or dream flghti against a person when the rub of life cornea. Do not get angry at the human knocker. Merely thank Ood for waking you up. What this country neede very ' badly Is a more perfect of blend gasoline and horse-sensat I'd e. start up anywhere if he has the will te give himself the proper push. Nations will pass peace pacta in vain tmur they learn that peace must follow Justice. A young; person can VwtwaKtwmPMVMM.