|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
to."toDAY. NOVEMBER Aid Offered On Leave Pay achcrs Improve .ting Conditions 1T-- BEAR III V EH VALLEY LEADER 28, 1946 READERS HEARD ON PROGRAM have Noble W. Ftshburn, State Vetinstalled in the gym by the erans Representative, who has em School Supply company his office in the Utah Power and Light building in Tremonton ,lt Lcke City each Thursday from 9 a. m. to . . ITT 4 p. m., announces he still has an . vtuit-snun ti:e y nayne 90 are feet ample supply of terminal leave Pennsylvania, If' i?,nd v. ill seat approximately forms for veterans who have not 4 CO persons. Although filed for their enlisted men's un600 persons used leave. about warily ' He will assist veterans in fillbe crowded in to the same those who gain the seats ing out the form and will proissured of a comfortable vide free Notary service. So far only 6.000,000 of an esto sit. bleachers are finished timated 15,000,000 veterans elfur wood, which is better igible for terminal leave pay the ordinary wood com- - have applied. v used. Numbers have been The deadline for filing claims ;d into the wood to aid ush is not until September 1, 1947. Fishburn can give information n quickly seating patrons on Phases of the G. I. Bill of Rights and other information TO VGF veterans may want relathat jrxss tive to rights. j. D. B. Green entertained He is particularly interested in liesday evening for the VGF promotion of the training program under Public 'reshments were served. Law 346. All necessary forms and Information for both the employer and the veteran may V bleachers folding n' v 1 - "on-the-jo- $225 Bobby Woodhead. The program was and presented by arranged Phyllis W. Pope. W S. C. S. MEET ing. Mrs. N. E. Shaw gave the son, "At Work Together." les- CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere and appreciation to everyone who assisted during the bereavement of our beloved hus- thanks band and father. Mrs. Eli C. Anderson and family b" be obtained from Fishburn office. BEGIN AT 7:00 P. M. BOXES 49 c at his fice use. caIshIoTIjT'ou 7-- 1 32-J1- 9-- 12 1. tfn connections " 0. s. s. Light Weight $3.25 NAVY "SHE WROTE THE BOOK" : Friday and Saturday, December $11.50 Christmai ALAN LANE OFFICERS' and 6 and Double Feature Program Cartoon LARGE Serial DOLLS SCOOTERS Stuffed GAMES OF ANIMALS Large and Small Fronts Firestone Products (Blfis for 11-- fontc WILL BE APPRECIATED THE ENTIRE YEAR BY EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY. OUR ! f l STORE IS CROWDED WITH MERCHANDISF THAT WILL HELP YOUR HOME REFLECT ' Q THE TRUE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. 28 11-- 2. End Tables Coffee Tables Magazine Racks Hassocks ltp 28 Lo- - FOR SALE Estate heatrola. rin F. Larkin, Thatcher. ltp 28 make the loveliest of gifts. We've every conceivable table in the styles and woods you want. Drum tables, end tables, nest tables, occasional . . . Coal range, 7 or 9 wheatland plough, turkey camp, International No 31 Harvester, six sections of harrows, house trailer. 11-- K Elcar 3tp 28 1 i tables, all perfect for Christmas 42FordT Jee p."" A- -l mechanically, practically new tires. Phone 3252. ltp FORSALEENAELiDION-ARCcoal range. Excellent condition. Sylvan Korth, East Gar8 land. ltp FORS ALE H ' 8 11-2- ly 1 $5.95 ALL KINDS TABLE AND CHAIR SETS WAGONS FOR SALE NEW U. S. NAVY Wool. 35-J- 11-- $225.00 BLANKETS yw i 10-1- 38-R- Mounted on Wheels 100 Minneapolis-Mo-lin- APT. FOR RENT to woman who desires to do the Motel cleaning. Phone Apply Taylor Motel. H COMPRESSOR Grey, tfc grain choppers, also manure loaders, grain elevators, 102 FEDERAL BUILDING l. Auger type. Phone LOGAN, UTAH 0 tfn ROBBmsTMPLHffiNTcSer-vic- e CARD OF THANKS and Repair work on all The loss of our wife and types of farm machinery. We mother so soon after Ernest's also put In ledger plates on all death, brought additional 0 tfn and shock to all of us, butgrief types of mowers. we want our friends and neighbors DEER HUNTERirTENTION We have a great demand for to know that their kindness and deer hides. Call ' or bring your sympathy were a boon to us at this time. We have found much hides to the Utah 3 or Tremonton comfort through your considerGarland 159-- J. 0 8tc ation, and we want you all to know that we deeply appreciate FOR SALE Used living room all you have done for us during suite. A. L, Smith, Penrose. these trying days. 1 , E. II. Cornwall and family 2tp WATERW! ling machines available for winter drilling. "Can arrange terms. P. O. Box 224, Tremonton. 8 3tp R. "RENDEZVOUS 24" $170 '( f 6 HELPVANl farm. Modern 5 room brick house, furnished. Harry Taylor. Phone 38-ltp 7 HELEN TALBOT in plus WM. GARGAN and MARIE PALMER in succeyiNG JACKETS oxe 6-- 11-2- "TRAIL OF KIT CARSON" Regular All Leather 1iar Preston, Id.iho. Sightseeing and sports are 11-2- plus JOAN DAVIS and JACK OAKIE in - Excellent Condition : 5 "VENGEANCE OF THE DEEP" PEA JACKETS TIES 11-2- encouraged. The work is interesting, educational and of vital importance to world peace. Overseas pay starts at $90 a month for a Private, plus food, clothing, quarters, medical and dental care and other benefits. Enlistments open to men 18 to 34 inclusive (17 with parents' consent). Full details at your local U. S. Army Recruiting Station. 10-1- Wednesday and Thursday, December 4 and Double Feature Program A Real Action Picture , . 1S4S. e, ts. News Jasper Cartoon RUBBER HIP BOOTS - 3 Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, December ALAN LADD and GERALDINE FITZGERALD in week only! fay. and . . z iuuL-is xiereuy given mat at a meeting of the directors, held CALL t OU BIDS the 15th day of November, 1946, Garland City v. ill rtceivp L an assessment of 7T'c was levied for sale of the City cn the capital stock of the Cor7:30 p. m., Dicemter n, poration; also an assessment of which time bids a ill Jx 1943, at forty percent was levied on the publicly opened at the Garlit.rl Wit: UUU ttl UDrarv- assessment of thirty-fiv- e percent me uunumg, rohJirwCifU oi on the stock In the West canal metal, both w corrugated an.i payable on the 20th day of Nobe con roof, may inspected by to Jesse vember, 1918, Arbon, the treasurer of the company at his tacting the City Marshall. All bids must be sealed at.il office or residence at Snow-villby a check cr cash accompanied Utah. Any stock upon which these assessments may re- in the amount of ten percent of main unpaid on the 20th day of bid. The building must te mover! December, 1948. will be delin and the premises clearl within quent and advertised for sale at 30 days after acceptance cf bidL public auction and unless payThe City reserves the right t ment Is made before, will be sold on the 10th day of January, 1947, reject any or all bids. J. J. White, Mayor to pay the delinquent assessEthel Rogers, Recordf ments together with the cost 24 3 16-1- $15.00 This V SO Serial 1, 2, gallon capacity if I piano? VEHAULUverrs. e Cartoon TANKS 85 'X a a piano from among six. WE O We have new "THE PLAINSMEN" HO T WATER 'id doou 'want COMPLETE . November 23, r. r "'"T" mtp i of p. Write today. HART PIANO QO. and Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November GARY COOPER and JEAN ARTHUR in $10.50 $16.25 All famous Infantry Division 72-R- OT PLATES k ' 8 ALL EXPENSES PAID AND A cash for dead or useless cows, hor- MINIMUM STARTING SALARY ses, sheep or hogs. Fhone TremonOF $90 PER MONTH tfc ton 159-- J or Garland The 6th Infantry Division, U S. Army, known from its insignia Garn, 453 N. 2nd West, Brighani as the "Red Star Division," had Phone 693. to p an impressive war record. After MIKESELL COMPANY Paint- heavy action in New Guinea, the unit moved on to play a vital ing, spray and brush. Commercial, residential, farm buildings role in clearing the Japs from and roof coating. Papering and Luzon. Stationed today in Kordecorating. Best of materials ea, the 6th is continuing its and workmanship. Free esti- great record as a peacetime ocmates. Phone tfc cupation force. Young men who can measure SELL Your freshly dead and use- up to high Regular Army stanless horses and cows to White's dards and who enlist for three trout Farm for hipheet prices and years, now have an opportunity Phone Hyrura to join this famous division, on quick pick-u011-R- 2, collect. duty in the Orient, following initial training in the U. S. "iffisljR& There's no finer life anywhere INSURANCE" and "Be sure you for a soldier. Excellent living insure where Insurance Is a conditions and recreation facilitibusiness." James Brough Agency. es. choose 28, 29 ed 11-2- THE ORIENT 3th At no obligation our sales van will stop at your door ad you can SHOW AFTER 9:30 P. M.! only .ed I" A and PAGE FIVE of advertising and this sale. Curlew Irrigation and Reser- voir Company, Principle Place of paying 35-J- The WSCS of the Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Adam Brenkman, Tuesday even- NOTICE tire and truck TRAVEL TO s Staplhv-Machine- STARTING OCTOBER 1st OUR EVENING SHOWS WILL AMMUNITION One wheel. Owner may have same by calling at the Leader office 5- -9 72-R- Tremonton RAIN COATS -- Readers featured at the Evans and indentifying Ward program last Monday ev- FOR SALE All kind used fa Rohhins Bonnie were Joan equipmervt. Implement. for this ad. Korth, ening 3 of blk. N. R. R. Merrilee rhone Station, Jean Allen, Jeppson, l. tk Cochran, Jaleen Harris, Biilie Woodhead, Linda Marble, Joan SLMlLmSTrCH Hamilton, Francom, Marilyn and staples for sale Careen Peck, Judy Beeton and at with the the Leader. For home or of- Liberty Theatre ARMY FOUND CLASSIFIED ADS 9-- 26 U. S. Tremonton, Utak i H gifting. Shop early while our selection is still 11-2- Leather top Rubber bottom 2 FORSALE194 $1 B-1- cal condition. Phone L FLIGHT 5 JACKETS Fur collars SAIN JACKETS This week only Big 1.49 $6.95 ASON AND .AIiNT CENTER 3? r G- -J Tremonton 4, 1 SAT UEIDAY, 11 fPi 30 Visit Trcmonton's Largest TOYLAND '"" 0- ltp 8 GIFT LAMPS SHOP aTarkjtsIsinger and treadle used electric abort our guaran- - I overhaul job. Cover ed buttons, belts, buckles, metal spots, hemstitching, sewing no3 tions. ltp h A few Ask 11-2- White saddle horse, one white eve. wire cut on left hind Wayne's Home & Auto Store - bull from Wayne 11-2- Ics. Call Newell Udy, land. L.,,, Itc 8 LOST COAL HARDWARE & Francom. of ! I 11-2- 65-R- Opening c.,....,- J. Spangler, FOR SALE Holstein good stock. Phone models. W 4 teed-a-ye- ar Plenty of Them Galvanized HOOTS A KIDDIES DON'T MISS THE DAL BUCKETS D 1 SAYS. NAVY i;rnnru-LACF- M. 34-R- IU.JU j G MC 6 R FORCE I TIton truck, over load springs, dual tires and wheels, 6 new 7010-1spare, motor in perfect mechani- Gar- 31,-- R 11-- 23 Itc FARMERS and RANCHERS INCOME TAX Now is the time for farmers and ranchers to start1 getting their income tax figures together, in order that they can file thfir estimated or final inDecome tax returns cember 15, and January 15, as required by law. If you nerd re-- 1 turns or assistance in prpar-- i lng them, you will find both at my office, first doer north of Orpheum Theatre, Tremonton. Utah. Mail requests will be handled promptly. R. B. Garftc ner, Public Accountant. 11-- 28 Floor and Table Models Single or Combination Globes Sc pleasin? her with a handsome Traditional and modern de- Kiiin.s all beauties. by "t lamp. j X Make it a bright and cherry Christmas !.. r. l I i MIRRORS TOY JEEPS juu:mi.e DOLL BI OGILS THROW RUGS GIFT ITEMS Till BIKES -- SCOOTERS CHAIR AM) TABLE SETS TAYLOR-TOSTItOILLKS T i ii LEADER WANT-AD- 3 PAY!