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THE I 1kUi9 Munson P3rcnce Uyton Lnt Neville of visiUns eek e;s Inland Burton ifj? - Mrs S. - i- 5 George Manning visited with Mr. --y Wily h : lPeck and Steven Saturday. S Friday in Ogden of Mrs. Will Godfrey Sam Mr and o f clarkston visited Godfrey and flU -- wr" S and OenH Bom Lana Rae, of Bountiful visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bums, Thursday evening. Clifford Robinson of Farming-to- n and Mr- and Mrs. C- W. Bourne w,?re Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bourne and family. Mr. and Mrs. LeMoyne Hess of Salt Lake City visited with their uartfits, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hess, and family last week. Munson Mr. and Mrs. .lmo and son, Forrest, spent Thursday at Logan. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mason spent Saturday evening at Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Morgan of Kaysvilla were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Hess and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Burton and family, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs- - George Crookston of Logan spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sjoblom, at Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood Hess spent Saturday at Logan. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mason visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C A. Mason, at Ogden this - - Mrs-Ellwoo- week. Mrs. J. D. Munson spent Thanksgiving Day with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Farnsworth, and family at Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Earl and boys of Mendon, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Earl and boys spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bowcutt and family at Salt Lake City. They also visited with their father, J. I Earl, who is receiving medical treatment at the hospital there. Mrs. Marguerite Evans and children of Ogden visited with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hess and E Hew family Sunday. Amazing Mrs. Stella Rich of Provo and Portabla Dishwasher Mrs. W. Bean of Salt Lake City were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Ends Kitchen Sink and Mrs. E. H- Packer. Lyle Hess of Ogden spent the Slavery! weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hess, and family. saiing new Mr. and Mrs. Claine Petersen E Portable iihwuher of Salt Lake City spent Thanks s i'! the hard giving with their mother, MrsA lot you Elma Petersen and family. ,a dishes, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Stokes and mei, silver, of Tremonton, Mr. and family 4, and pans P. Mrs. J. Christens,en and family the flick Mr. and Mrs. Garland. East of i iwitchl Wood and family of Dewey- Glen jmpletely ville and Mr. and Mrs- M. J. ttable no Wood and family spent Thanks 'taxation cost sit today! giving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood. DEMONSTRATION f. ;ef Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown 'A Coll todoy. No obligation. of Sahara Village, Ogden, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gardner and GENERAL ELECTRIC family of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. LaVere Welling and family DISHWASHER of Tremonton and Elaine Christ-ense- n of Brigham spent Thanks0 visiting with Mr. and Mrs. giving OSS ELECTRIC Clifford Welling and family. Ray Morris and Joseph Palmer J 5111 Tremonton of Park Valley were Sunday over v G-- night guests 5on nome. at the Glen LEADER Trmontm, Utah - Mrs. Ralph Grover and family time thev "IU1U oi bieward, Saturrfav Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Smoot of Corinne were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. i4aore( Jack Hodges of Penrose spent Snowville. Idaho Elmer Coombs and family. Mr. 'and Mrs. Ralph Hastings Mr" and hom Mr. and Mrs. Tim Richards of of Ogden were Sunday dinner orth and children of Opdcn Salt Lake City were Sunday dinDr?llette and two ited wUh Mr and Mrs j D of Mr Elmo' Mrs ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clif- Munson and faSlV .Munson Sunday. Mrs- Munson are ford Welling. ' accompanied r. them back to Mrs. Mary Morgan of Logan, Mr. suul Mrs. Dananv Glen Severson spent Monday da's-Car10 den vlsit few for a l and Mrs- Ellwood Hess and Miss Bonnie Kay Hansen of at Salt Lake City on business. Mr arLd Mrs- w'nn Hansen Hess sp?nt Thanksgiving Logan spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Hansen n,uv. i ... r-. r uuuj SDent the nt Salt." Tjikf w uciH Ti new anuj v,Q "cl yaivuta, iir. ftliS. vvyiin mi. uiuj iviia. and daughter, Bonnie Kay, and th?re vhle t011?Hansen and family. they wcre din- family at Garland. son, Scott, were Thanksgiving 6X16515 KIiss of Berni Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bourne Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rudd and guests at the home of Miss Bessie :n ison, Norman, were shopping at ,n' Saturday at Ogden. Irs. Eugene Cannon Hansen at Brigham. dinner guests at1 Ogdvn Friday. Thanksgiving d Mrs. John Owen and daughter, the home ElancJ.e Richards were of Mr. and Mrs E. cJ Mrs. Wayne Gam and daugh- attended a Trousseau Beverly, SatUrday Tea at Clarkston Sunday for Mrs. Wendell Tarbet. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Garn and Voorhies and family of Clear- - family spent Thanksgiving Day Garland Puzey horn? was family of Ogden spent Sunday field, Helen and Phil Mason of with Mrs. Elva Korth and family theThe scene of a family dinner on with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thankstnvinfr day. Guests in Dan Garn. Mrs. Elva S. Bezzant, Salt Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Overmyer and Gam eluded Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keyes and Miss P.pta Masrm nf rvrrion rvn announre the arrival nf tViptr Lake; Miss kjiiella heiuon, iJn as- Magna and Mr. and Mrs. France Standing of Ogden and Saturday the same group visited first preat grand-chilThe Pierce, Mr. ana Mrs. urove; juii Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Miller of at, uic iw.auon nume at wnicn,uttuJ suu pocuus ie wr. mia ,Verl Bishop of Cottonwoodinayn? Tremonton spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Standing. "IT HAPPENS EVERY DAY" By PLOTNER Mr. and Mrs. Horace Peck and -- AND op rut.m IS ALL WEA12D ABOUT family spent Thanksgiving Day TUtt . I with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mc- s Murdie and family at Tremon ONE SUV fBOM" V ton. Mt- - I'M Miss Colleen Packer of Loean weekend the her with spent par ents, Mr. ana Mrs. k. h. pacfcer. Mr. and Mrs. Lvle Holdawav CA1& BECAUSE and baby of Bothwell and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Smith were Thanksgiving dinner guests of meir parents, Mr. ana Mrs. MONt$T JoESA7? 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