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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
i AG E .BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER EIGHT Cocal Happenings ORPIIEUM Mrs. M. Hansen returned to Hier tome in Salt Lake Tuesday -After a week's visit with her slighter. Mrs. N. Earl Marble. THEATRE "BOYS' RANCH" MATINEE EACH SATURDAY at 5 p. m. Cartoon ' TIIURS., FRL and SAT., NOV. 28, 29, JACKIE "BUTCH" JENKINS in Mr. and Mrs. Londy Harris Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barton Monand family spent the week-en- d Great of and Falls, baby th N. E. Marbles. tana, called Monday on Mr. and in Salt Lake. , Mrs. H. J. Ault. Mrs. C. G. Carlson of Salt Lake Mrs. La Preal Moody and dauu a ?uest at the home of her Mr. and Mrs George Abbott ghters, Joan and Linda, of Oak. H&y Ashcraft, last week. were in Salt Lake, Saturday. land, California, are visiting with Dr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Hawkins. Mrs. Esther Hillman and Joe Mr. and Mrs. Jake Dodd of Tibbetts of Logan visited SunMrs. visited Sunday with and Clearfield Mr. George day with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Garfield. Abbott. Shipment' .Oust Received Mrs. Frank Christiansen of COLLEGE EDUCATION STILL AVAILABLE UNDER G. I. BILL Mayfield was a guest this week at the home of her son, Leon educational Christiansen. College and other benefits under the G. I. Bill of Rights are still available to IT'S GOOD BUSINESS young men who enlist in the re- ALL THE YEAR Convincing employers that "it is good business to hire the handicapped," is important 52 weeks a year, according to Secretary of Labor L. B. Schwellenbach. Responsibility for the job rests with the United States operation of which reverted back to the 48 states November 16, the Secretary said in an address in Washington, D. C, highlighting the Nation's observance of first peace-tim- e f National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week. USES throughout the year will continue to encourage employers to give handicapped applicants a little more than an even break, the Secretary added and will try to induce employers to consider the ability and not the disability of the applicant. The impaired must have the opportunity to prove their worth on the job, in direct competition with the unimpaired, he said. IN GENUINE "USES personnel must counsel with the impaired job applicants, advising them to secure the available means fo vocationIV al rehabilitation and guiding them in acceptance of jobs emergency. "After the soldier has served which they are able to perform. 90 days he accures educational "The United States Employcredits for one year and three ment Service has developed a Then he receives one selective placement program FOLKS, it's true the ex- months. month's credit for every addit which has won the recognition tra comfort, extra wear in ional month served until the war of large numbers of employers. ccuutne Wolverines. You ends. The four-yeeducational This program calls for matching maximum allowed are always money and comby the G. I. the skills and remaining abilitof disabled veterans and othBill of rights still stands. fort ahead! They wear Financial allowances also re- ies er handicapped persons with the actual requirements of the jobs. longer are super-toug- h main unchanged." This process has given a vital soft and lyefc always pliable LYCEUM PRESENTED meaning to the slogan, 'Hire the as buckskin. The triple-tanne- d AT BEAR RIVER Handicapped It's Good BusiShell Horsehide in " he continued. both soles and uppers Stays "Torronl and Phyllis," noted ness,' Reports from USES offices Soft even dries that way magical team, presented a throughout the country indito the students of Bear cate that National Employ the ftcr soaking. No other high school Monday, No- Physically Handicapped Week rork shoes on earth are River vember 25, in the high school resulted in developing widenade like Wolverine Shell auditorium. public understanding of lorsehide Work Shoes. "Torroni and Phyllis," origin- spread the employment needs for hanCose In. . .see for yourself. ally Mr. and Mrs. G. C Jeffer- dicapped persons, Robert C. son of Atlanta, Georgia, have Goodwin, Director, announced. been touring the United States He said USES offices which color the past seven years as pro- operated with the Veterans' Adfessional magicians. yv ministration, the Office of VoWtfli ftOHSElUDE WOKK SHOES Besides being a magician, Mr. cational Rehabilitation, the DisJefferson showed himself as a abled American Veterans, the fine cartoonist when he demon- American Federation of Handistrated his ability to draw capped, and other members of "TKyTor Cash and Pay Less"' the Committee of sketches. Retraining and Administration, arranged scores of special events dramatizing the employment needs of handicapped persons in every state. USES representatives made hundreds of calls on employers. USES JACK & RADIO SHOP posters and pamphlets emphasizing placement of disabled persons were distributed throughtheir new location out the country. Meetings of personnel directors, employers' institutes, exRADIOS - PHONOGRAPHS - NEEDLES hibits in department stores and RECORDS and PARTS public buildings, newspaper and poster contests, radiobroadcasts, and other public interest events Pick-uand Delivery marked the observance of Natfor TRFMONTON and GARLAND ional Employ and Physically Handicapped Week in practically every large city in the country Tremonton and in hundreds of smaller ones. Employ-mentJServi- ) SUNDAY, ( MONDAY, TUESDAY v ce, and WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2, 3 and and OUY MADISON in MriTTTP LITTLE THEATRE WILL PRESENT TWO PROGRAMS a continuation of the Little Theatre series, Mrs. Edith Moore will present two programs within the next week. Tuesday afternoon, December 3rd at 4:15, the "Peter Pan Players" classes, grades four, five and six will read. These are Carrol Green, Bonnie Jean Turner, Gayle Nessen, Lloyd Duane Bunnell, Glenna Faye Richardson and Dianna Gaye Foxley, Oneta Bunnell and Marlene Harris will also read on this program. Friday, December 6th, in the evening at 8 o'clock, the "Junior Thespian" classes will be on the stage when the curtain opens. These are students who are in grades seven and eight and are Jaleen Allen, Jack Fronk, Jack Peckenpaugh, Rayola Miller, Oneta Bunnell, Edna Westmoreland, Gaye Laub and Marlene King. Wu-thric- h, Technicolor Comedy y "MAKE MINE Mrs. Kenneth Shaw and Mrs. Ray, Max and Dean Anderson Shaw were in Brigham of Tremonton, Verl Anderson, Monday. Fielding; Mrs. Maurine Toone, Croyden; Mrs. Dorothy Paskett, Elaine Christensen has been Henefer; Elolse Anderson, trainconvalescing at the hospital fol- ing at the Dee hospital in lowing treatment for a severe Carlyle Anderson, Mantua; cold. and Claire Anderson, a grandwhom they raised; sixteen child Mr. and Mrs. Kleon Kerr were grandchildren and the following in Salt Lake Monday, brothers and sisters: R. D. An Mr. and Mrs. La Rain Marble derson, Tremor derson,Bothwe5T; ' son. California, v Coalville; Mr5' , Salmon, Idaho' ler, Ogden; Malad; Fred Nina Jensen, elfC Mrs. Annie Keln and Ed Andersen ', " ho. u Og-de- n; of Salinas, California, arrived here this week to spend the holiday with their children, Vern and Peggy, who are attending the DISN" WALT N. E. As vrw Thurs., Fri. and Sat., 4 The End of Time" '77 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nielsen of warn visited Tuesday evening gular army Captain John M. Schneider, U. S. Army recruiting service, 2416" Washington blvd., said this week. In a statement issued to clarify a situation which has arisen over the expiration of certain provisions of the armed forces voluntary recruitment act, Captain Schneider said. "Men who enlisted in the regular army on or before October 5, 1946, were assured education benefits of the G. I. Bill of Rights for the full term of their enlistment. Thus a man enlisting prior to this date for three years was guaranteed four full years of higher education, regardless of when the war was officially ended. "Now that the October 5 deadline is past," he pointed out, educational credits still accjre, though without any specific guarantee as to amount. According to the law, men who enlist in the army now continue to re ceive educational benefits un der the G. I. Bill up to the time that the present emergency is officially declared ended. These rights continue throughout the 30 THURSDAY Tremonton, Utah. t cc M CYB) USAC VL Friends Mourn Death Of Eli-CAnderson . S A t tl M II w a' tl GBANTSVILLE (Continued from page I) ried Ella Hunsaker, May 30, 1907, in Honeyville and they later went to the Logan L. D. S. tem- w si a: (CLASS B STATE CHAMPIONS) cs VS. ple. At the time of his death, Mr. T BEAR RIVER HIGH Anderson was an elder in the and Mrs. Oscar Dockstad-e- r Bothwell ward, a rancher and of Rupert, Idaho, visited this turkey raiser and an enthusiastic week with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. sportsman. He was County road Laub. superintendent for six years. He is survived by his wife and the following sons and daughTRY A LEADER WANT. AD! ters: Mrs. Vesta Jensen, Keith, I R Friday, November Mr. Iv' 29th C tl Bear River High School Gym . Students 23c d ADMISSION P E plus activity card o: T at I I I The ClaSSiC Shop S Great on Mark-dow- n Si READY-TO-WEA- R Pre-Christm- as n Clearance Sale begins Saturday, Nov. t 'ti t Room Must Be made For Late Winter And Early Spring: Merchandise s Coois ar 4 'f Includes SHORTIES t and FULL LENGTH STYLES in the new- est coat fashions. En tire stock reduced i ly-ce- 1 9 ,t " J J'l Sequins studded silhouettes created with an eyer holiday parties coming up. Beautifully draped in supple rayon crepe. glattery as' I niSh as 50 H7 A V mzs o ",""Jf j A 'ft vr H A , V. - i i I I p 1 vGEP HARTS Inter-Agen- r .Nv. cy at ! A ' I f i.s Combination Radio and Phonograph portable and Battery sets. "Sewing Cabinets I TOASTERS ELECTRIC HEATERS $17.95 CHINAHandLAMPS Decorated VACUUM CLEANERS ' KITCHEN and DINETTE S E TS XMAS TREE LIGHTS ; ) i i V L v . i ! 1 SI I ft i I i a SUITS it BLOUSES -- SKIRTS! WiJo selection of skirts and hi ouscs Drastically Reduced! EMMERSON RADIOS 521.60 ctt j- iRADSHAW ;s a f 1 Dress it up or down. Wear, it morning, afternoon or even ing it s a suit that fits in the scheme of things anytime. Formerly $39.95 and $24.95 lor every occasion Gilt Suggestions J ' VISIT PATS 3 Now On Sale 26 95 SWEATERS Gems by Rcgina, America's loveliest sweaters 100 All Wool-Ha- nd Sewn. Formerly $6.95, now on sale at $3.95 The C L A At $ and 16 95 DRESSES These and more an outstanding many value taken from our better price lines. You'll find nailhcads pery, dra- Now on s;dc at ; all sequins, new style ideas to choose from. of their regular value ii grade . Ill c Cf LI O LARGE SELECTIOH OF LINGERIE ; JUST ARRIVED r Come in and choose your Christmas Gif from this fine new selection SSIC SHO'I'