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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, TREMONTON, UTAH Page Eight Thursday, December TTK BEAR RIVER HIGH II 2j Ciit)i- - o o OGDEN HIGH B. R. H. S. GYMNASIUM First and SALES HELP SERVICE MEN WANTED j : . j as GAMBLES Store Agency - fnir f left for overseas. and Mrs. Walter Sudbury and family were made happy by the arrival of their son and brother George, of the Navy, who came home to spend the Christmas Mr. Ray Chidester, of Deweyville, received word recently that their son, Gene, had landed in England Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson, Tm 3c, son of of Deweyville, is spending the holidays home with friends and relatives. He has been in the service nearly three years. Has been a torpedoman on a submarine and has served in the European and Asiatic theatres of war. A. F. Lawson Dr. R. G. Woodhead, who now holds the rank of Lt. Commander in the U. S. Navy, arrived home last week for a fifteen day leave with his family. Mrs. Woodhead is spending most of his leave at their new the hospital, where daughter was born on the 23rd. Dr. Woodhead has been in training at Camp Pendleton, California. Mile O. Thompson C. M. 1c is spending a 30 day Leave at home with his wife, Nola S. Thompson and his father. He has been in the Aleutians and just arrived home in time for the holidays. The publishers are happy this . OJ1U flir HTl-- l. . week to have received a letter of Murray send from Sgt. Eugene R. Forsberg in their friends in the Netherlands East Indies. Sgt Forsberg is a son of Mrs. Jack Winn. He has been overseas thirty-tw- o months and has encountered the Japs several times. Following is an excerpt from the letter: "You have probably heard of our action against the Jap troops. They dislike us very much, because Friday and Saturday we have spoiled their honorable plans. East Side Kids - ,(Kin Sla "I have read of the cooperation in of the people there on the bond drives, and would like to say that Leader' the men in the troops appreciate what the folks at home are doing. BUI Elliott - Anne Jeffj, k We feel that we are superior to the Japs because we have superior Wag-oWest weapons, and we had them when we wanted them. Without the help Sunday - Monday - Tuesday of those at home on the war bonds it might be impossible for us to Eddie Bracken Ella have them at the right time." in Sgt Forsberg is now a with the group which was originally the Arizona National the Guard. He reports that he enjoys reading the news in the Leader Hero" as it comes to him. greSfr Thw LIBERTY "Follow the Bush-mast- Q$ Christmas weekend was enjoyed Mrs. Orval Ewer and relatives in Logan and They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ewer and her mother, Mrs. E. by Mr. and family with Providence. his parents, J Mrf WV A. IIII N Men's Dress PANTS Feb. j Plaid coat with matching solid color pants. in plaid, checks and plain worsteds. SNOW SUITS d an $4.00 and $g.00 Sizes 1 to 10. de: clt Ladies' fat DRESS SHOES SKIRTS $1.98 Boys' Zelon Treated JACKETS $ II .00 Sizes 1 to 6. Children's Pleated 150 Black, Army Russet and White in Pumps, Straps and Ties. L50 Sizes 3 to 5 WORK SHOES $2-0- 0 Girls' Corduroy Da frc irk Cm iri Dn I i cat 10,1 tSor JACKETS and $3.50 Children's $3.98 tee Vv: Jobs OXFORDS Sizes 7 to 12. the Ii fcr Ladies' RAYON PRINT DRESSES 2-5- 0 and $4.00 Ladies' Vflo $1.50 Jumper Skirts and JERKIN SETS One and two-piec- e styles in new Spring- colors and $4.00 and $g.00 patterns. Sizes 12 to 20 - Glass Top 2 COFFEE TABLE 1 675 Dark Mahogany finish. Some for dress and some for sturdy school wa. Round Top Pound FRUITCAKE LAMP TAffl noo ?800 65 fruit and nuts. $i4 00 - ne t iiti f.ir af Tali U ?ve Drastically reduced. Company j fat chi .( Heavy, warmth giving fabrics in latest colors and styles. "Buy for Cash and Pay Less' Ific p!j SKIRTS ONLY Men's er ma e.ii Ladies WinterCOATS JSSK President tic S STORES D. E. PECKENPAUGH, Clyde Sorensen, son of Mr. and Executive Vice President 'Mrs. J, II. Sorensen of East Gar- Tremonton, Utah, Dec. 14, 1944. land, has been sent to Little Rock, Date of first publication Dec. 21, Arkansas from Ft Douglas. 1944. fa 66 Children's Jumper 4-0- 0 I GEPHART: te Sizes 10 to 38. , Spring Merchandise and a $19-0- 0 18 SPORT SUITS 7 d Children's Boys' P. March LADIES SUITS 9; ar By-la- Jan. Li vi ;ff and $4.50 $2-0- 0 B-1- 7, CO. Ui I fct m t, BE SMARTLY DRESSED All-wo- ol al STORES fU mm rf things you can use Now! $14.00 SLACKS ed GCPHART in u :k and P. A.M. "My Buddy" d; "Casanova Brown" Effective Until Further Notice in DITTIU SaveToday-o-n 7 . Wednesday and Thursday Donald Barry - Ruth Terrj at Providence. Robinson "Third Finger, Left Hand" e, er "Hail, Conquering THEATRE post-hast- Tracks 090 n ORPHEUM B-1- j ADMISSION j e, - Games at 7 and 8 o'clock Second Teams thinking about you each day, and especially at Christmas. I'm sure that you realize that we aren't happy here at home without you kids, but we are thankful for every-- 1 thing we have, and I know that we can't know the heartaches and Mrs. Carne A, Christe risen, oi you boys are going hardships this is Bear River City, happy us, but we do miss you for week to have her son, Sgt. Hardy through we are so lonesome, and terribly, on Cliristensen home furlough after need and you at home, but we are ZZ months in the Aleutians. Sgt. full cooperation for every giving Chri3tensen is an aviation engineer (Male or Female) while worth thing that will speed some varied seen experand has iences in the north. He will report the day of Victory. "Our government is appealing to Santa Barbara for Apply at to us to put forth further efforts' after his 21 days home. to enable it to bring the war to has written an end in the shortest possible! Troy il. Miller Mrs. Mr. and James time, but if we have any extra! his parents, which will help our gov-- j H. Miller, from Farragut, Idaho, money, furnish our armed forces; eminent that he is kept busy at his training the implements and materials to! there. He expects to finish his boot Tremonton the war, we make every ef-- j training sometime in February. fight war bond sales. to the support Pfc. Dale Miller, another son of fort "Please don't forget the Christthe Millers, former residents of used to be here East Garland, is located at Fresno, mas spirit thatremember that we Second Lt. and Mrs. Kenneth A. and at home, California, and is training for the and al- Anderson are spending the holiAir Corps. He too expects to finish are thinking about you could be days here with Mr. and Mrs. Roy we wish that you though soon and will be here to put your feet under the C. Anderson Lt. Anderson gradtable and to hang your stocking uated from Pampa (Texas) Army The publishers were handed a the fireplace, just remem Air Field December 23rd. He reletter this week, which had been nearby ber that this darn war can't last ceived his training- at San Antonio, sent to a service man overseas. In Field, University of rH that snmo da won will Sheppard the opinion of the parties con- all be home and be together and Arkansas, Sikeston, Missouri, and cerned, it represents what a soldier we will be happy. Don't give up Independence, Kansas. He will likes to hear from home. We are be prayerful, and no matter, turn to Pampa on January 5th to reprinting here parts of the letter, where you are, get down on your, serve as an instructor, in the hope that it may be a sugMrs. Anderson and baby will knees, ask guidance and seek pro- -' gestion to other letter writers: with her parents, Mr. and remain tection, and I'm sure our Father "I want you to know that I'm in Heaven will bless you and help Mrs. Vernon Bishop of Garland. you, and every prayer and wish1 Bishop and Mrs. Joseph Nelson, will come true." of Thatcher, received word that First Lt. Quentin Stokes, brother their son, Sgt. Joseph Glen Nelson soon of Bishop Leo Stokes and Mrs. stationed in California, will leave for overseas. close some had has Rudy Miller, calls and frightening experiences Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adams and over foreign territory. Lt. Stokes Thursday - Friday - Saturday has been awarded the Air Medal, family of Thatcher, were rejoicing December 28, 29, 30 three Oak Leaf Clusters, and the over the fact that their son Golden Distinguished flying Cross, and would be witn ms iamuy ior MYI1NA LOY and has earned a trip back home for Christmas, only to receive news MELVYN DOUGLAS in a visit with his folks who now; later tnat he naa naa ms iuriougn cancelled and was shipping out live in Boulder, Nevada. On one occasion, early in Lt. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Anderson Stokes' seven months of navigation experience over Fortress Eur- of Thatcher, received word that Short Subject Sgt. Farrell was up as a spare their nephew, T ope, his Medical of Donald Duck in the Dept. Archibald, anwhen and it was in assembly "BELL BOY DONALD" other ship exploded above them, at Camp Rucker, Alabama, had and the parts showered downj Sun. - Mon. - Tues. - Wed. BEAR RIVER STATE BANK around them. They soon noticed Dec. 31 - Jan. 1, 2, S Tremonton, Utah the gasoline was leaking from the in cne of their NOTICE OF INTENTION TO tanks wings. They could see something out on the AMEND ARTICLES OF INCORStarring Gary Cooper and PORATION AT A SPECIAL wing that appeared to be an inTeresa Wright MEETING CALLED FOR THAT headed were bomb. They cendiary Donald Duck in PURPOSE and back for the field "A SKY TROOPER" landed like a man walking on eggs. Notice is hereby given: Theatre will be closed January It was an incendiary bomb all That at a special meeting of the had of right, magnesium, and it 4, 5, and 6 to Install new stockholders Bear River rot landed at the right angle on State Bank, toofbe the sound equipment held at its bankthe wing for the pin to have triping quarters on Tuesday, the 16th ped. . . so for that reason and day of January, 1945, at 4 o'clock that alone, the pilot of the ship p. m., a proposal and resolution was able to get the bomb as a will be considered and voted upon to amend the a rticles of incor souvenir. of said corporation in the poration Lt. Stokes has also had experrespects: following ience with German To amend Article 7 a3 it is now planes. He reports that these amended, which provides for a cap-tstock of $25,000.00 divided inplanes streak up at a fabulous speed and at one time one of them to 250 shares of $100.00 each to shot through their formation so read as follows: ARTICLE 7 close that they could see the grin"The capital stock of this corning faces of the Germans as they fired on them. poration shall be $35,000.00 divided into 350 shares of He has been over many German WEEK DAYS each." $100.00 and has targets including Berlin, To strike Paragraph 9 of Article 9 6 M. M. had 18 mission on the famed "Lib- 9 as is now erty BeH" being lead navi- vides itfor the amended, which pro-of regular meeting on many occasions. gator the Board of Directors to be held SATURDAY Pvt. Ross Olsen called his par- at Wellsville, Cache County, Utah, Mrs. Ernest Olsen, and amend the said paragraph so 9 7 M. ents, Mr.theand week to wish them a that Paragraph 9 of Article 9 will during Merry Christmas and a Happy hereafter read as follows: ARTICLE 9 New Year. He is located at Camp, Shop Fannin, Texas. "Paragraph 9. The regular meeting of the Board of Directors shall be held in the of Shirley Beard arrived home Sun- fice of the Bank at Tremonton, to with week a day morning spend Box Elder County, Utah, at his folks and friends. He is at such times as the Directors by resolution or by their tending the Western Reserve Colshall prescribe. No notice need lege at Cleveland, Ohio. be given. Such meeting of Board of the Directors may be Leon Hunsaker is at home for called at any time by any ofhis first furlough since entering ficer, by giving notice of such the service nearly three years ago. meeting at least five (5) days He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleone prior to the time of holding such meeting, said notice to Hunsaker of Deweyville. He has contain the purpose for which been taking pilot training, and will said meeting is called. Notice be assigned to a crew for further must be given and served eithtraining after his present furlough. Every day through er personally or by registered mail." NAPIER FIELD, ALA., Dec. 23 To strike Paragraph 11 of - Noel Laker Cook, 9 as it is now amended, which 26, of Tremonas ton, Utah, received the silver wings provides for the holding of the an of an Army Air Forces pilot and nual mating of the corporation In 'was sworn in as a Flight Officer Wellsville, Cache County, Utah, so said Paragraph 11 of Article at ceremonies at Napier Field, Al- 9tnat will hereafter read as follows: Will be arriving daily an advanced single engine abama, ARTICLE 9 pilot school of the AAF Training "Paragraph 11. The stock'Command on Saturday, December holders shall meet annually on 23rd. the second Tuesday in January Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cook in the office of this corporation of Tremonton, Flight Officer Cook at Tremonton, Box Elder is a graduate of the Bear River County, Utah, at 4 o'clock p. m. of said day." high school. He attended the Uni And to transact such other and vcrsity of Utah and Utah State further business as may properly to Previous Agricultural college. come before the meeting. his acceptance into the Army he By order of the President of the was employed with Elbert R. Cur- Board of Directors, tis in Denver, Colorado. ALMA THEURER, 13- 291 "Friday o o TS. 23. &S Till !!a V i Mr a Hoi Hi, 'frht - $20'