BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, PAGE EIGHT Tremonton Locals 1 ' r j H" and daughter Mrs. Frank Dalt-jGloria, went to Provo, Tuesday to attend the Lewis family reunion to be held at Vivian Park, in Provo canyon, on the 30 and 31. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bosley and family, Bernice Rogers and Margaret Jenkins, were Ogden visitors, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wadsworth visited relatives in Hooper, the n J Twenty-fourt- h. Mrs. Guy Johnson and children visited relatives in Richmond, this Miles of Conveyors in Ford Plant week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dalton spent the Twenty-Fourt- h in Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Manning and familv visited relatives in Clinton, the Their little daughter had the misfortune of breaking her arm while playing. Mrs. S. B. Watland entertained at Rn'rlfr Saturday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Wapples, of Los Angeles. Mrs. G. H. Watland received high score and Mrs. Londie Harris low A delicious luncheon was Rcftre. served bv the hostess. Betty and Buddy Gibbs had their tonsils removed Tuesday at the Valley Twenty-fourt- JULY 31, 1930 h. rwT u ' - '."'', - J' ,1 " Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Bosley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Watland, the week-en- d. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Watland on a motor trip through Yellowstone Park, this week. Elsie Imthurn and Anne M. Cook, hosDital. Mrs. Sarah Allen, who has for many motored to Tooele Friday. Mr3. Cook remained in Tooele, for a two week s years been postmaster at Corinne, has resigned and is visiting her daughter, visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Max Gailey are the Mrs. Harry Drew. Mrs. Allen expects few weeks for an indefiproud parents of a fine baby boy. ; to leave inona the Pacific Coast. Miss Esther Schmied arrived Mon- nite visit Mrs. Harry afternoon, and relatives. friends .to Thursday with day .visit Mr: and Mrs. Warren Conger and Drew, Mrs. Sarah Allen, Mrs. Eli WinLadies Club party, family, Mr. and Mrs. Buel Frazier and zeler, attendedofthe Mrs. S. Owens, near at at the home family, spent the Twenty-Fourt- h a Corinne. Udy Springs, where they enjoyed Mrs. Harvev Heed of Wendover, swim, and delicious picnic dinner.Fred McDowall of La Grande, Utah, was the guest of Mrs. W. W. Oregon, is visiting his uncle, J. W. Shuman, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Getz and son McDowall. left Friday, for a week's Rebecca the Dallas, Lodge Monday evening, entertained at .Mrs. Edgar Win- vacation at Monte Vista, California, chester's' in honor of Mrs. Sarah where they will visit relatives. Grace Thompson is spending the Hartley's return, and two visiting at Ontario, Oregon, as the members: Mrs. Mary, Coil, of Cali- week-en- d fornia, and Mrs. Mrs. Sarah Allen.! guest of Mrs. Melvin Castleton. Mr. and Mrs. Demont Dockstader, Cards were played during the evening, after which dainty refreshments were Mrs. Sam Getz, and children and Hulda Meister, celebrated the Twenty-Fourt- h served. at Logan. Mrs, W. W. Shuman was hostess ai a delightful party, Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Barfuss and given in honor of her guest, Mrs. family motored to Logan, last Thurs- Harvey Heed, of Wendover, Utah. Four tables of Bridge were arranged. Beautiful bouquets of gladiolas and garden flowers decorated the rooms, High score was given to Mrs. Eli Winzeler and low score Mrs. A. W, Heed. An elaborate lunch was served by the hostess, at eleven o'clock. day celeday and enjoyed the Pioneer ' '' bration. A very pleasant swim and breakfast was enjoyed early Sunday morning at Udy Hot Springs, by Mr. and ! Mrs. Lloyd Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marble, Mr. and Mrs. John Rauber and Mr. and Mrs. Parley Archibald. SPECIAL FEATURES Smith Bros. Nationally known Radio and Vaudevile Artists are coming to "The Headliner felt an alT-fur expert$TJa'Je in every detail and.'gtyled and finished . ENDLESS chain conveyor, three and a half to tour miles long, said to be the longest in the world, has just been completed at the Rouge Plant of the Ford Motor Company at Dearborn, Michigan. On It parts of Ford cars In the procen of manufacture are transported from one building to another and completed parts are carried direct to railroad cars for shipment to branch assembly AN plants. The conveyor, which carries Its cargo on suspended hooks, has a daily capacity for 300,000 parts weighing over 2.000,000 pounds. It supplants freight cars and trucks which nave been used for the transfer of many parts from one point to another In the Ford plant. This longest conveyor of them all is a development of the Ford policy that nothing should be done by manual labor that could better be done by machine. In the early days of his manufacturing career, Mr. Ford devised the as er Wednesdays, Saturdays and Holidays. sister-in-la- ZEE How is your roof? w commission. Mr. anH .,.u. Mrs Tlinmo .iiwiuHo cnn aiiuj uuoji, family, returned Wednesday after a iwu weeits vacation, the greater part if Of Which tlieV SllPnt in VullniirQtnno Park- - They report having had a de- ugnuui outing, the only drawback being that the vacation could not be extended a couple of weeks longer. y Mrs Lee Young, of Corinne, is the proud mother of a new baby boy, who made his appearance at the s it If it needs repairiing, right now is the best time of the year to do the work. , The roof is one of the most important parts of your house and a little repairing now may save you a great deal ; of trouble and expense later. You will find here roofing material of all kinds, from Wood Shingles to almost any kind of composition roofing. Also and shingle stains. TRY WEATHERCOAT, the Pure Lake Trinidad cold process Asphalt Roof Paint, for your composition roofs. It gives you as permanent and durable a job as hot asphalt without all the muss and bother. Call in and talk over roof problems with us OR Phone Us and well come and see you.' roof-paint- s , Valley hospital Wednesday morning, i Friends of Miss Endora Rogers will be pleased to learn of her marriage to D. W. Fife. The marriage took place July 5th at Los Angeles. Mr. and Mas. Alf Getz and son, John L., and Mr. and Mrs. George Getz and daughter Margie, arrived here by auto from Peoria, 111., on Tuesday, and la visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Meister. the latter being a sister of the Getz a. Thursday evening the visitors will be treated to a party at Crystal Springs, by Mr. and Mrs. aieisier, wiin Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mr. and Mrs. Eli Winzeler and Mr. and Mrs. Basil Adams as guests. Thursday morning, the risitors paid a Rhort visit to Willard Wyatt, an old friend of George Getz, at Logan. Saturday they will leave for Elko, Nv., to pay a visit to their brother Dan and will return here for the week-enleaving on Wednesday for their home by the southern route. Dr and Mra. Odeen Luke and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Wadsworth and family, left Thursday morning for a vacation. Their immediate destination is "somewhere in Idaho, and after that they will probably visit Yellowstone Park for a few days and then, wherever fancy takes them. E1U-Ro- n. d, Wilson Lumber Co. "EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING" PHONE 11 TREMONTON, UTAH sembly line a moving track on which cars in the process of assembly went to the workmen instead of the workmen carrying parts to the car. The assembly line, perfected in many ways, is now used by automobile manufacturers generally. The value of the conveyor in reducing physical labor, in saving time, in preserving system and in cutting costs sooq became apparent and its use was extended to other purposes about the plant. Now there are literally miles of conveyors of various types in the Ford plant. Some of them carry parts from one building to another and are carefully synchronized so that the parts arrive at precisely the right moment and in the exact spot where they are needed. Others transport red hot ingots of steel weighing nearly a ton each. Still others move outgoing shipments. If it were not for the conveyors, according to officials of the Ford Company, mass production would not be possible on Its present scale. . The Times "The Times" features the new type leather sweat anil silk band. Quality materials and ex- 98 $3 of high crown and smart carl brim with welt '' dge. Trimmed with fine pert workmanship employed in every stage of production. Mr. and Mrs. John Barfuss were among Logan visitors at the Pioneer day celebration. Capwell Jenkins received a painful injury Monday evening when hit by a base ball bat above the eye. He was taken to the Valley hospital and several stitches taken. Myrtle Davidson, county home demonstrator, will meet the Farm Bureau ladies of Tremonton and East Tremonton Monday afternoon at 2:30 in the basement of the L. D. S. chapel. All ladies are urgently requested to be present. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Bates returned Wednesday night from a four days' tour through Idaho, visiting in particular Oakley and Twin Falls. They report a very enjoyable trip. Relatives and friends and Mrs. D. S. Johnson enjoyed an outing and luncheon at the Crystal Springs Sunday. The following day Mrs. Johnson left for her home in Los Angeles. Her mother, Mrs. J. A. Frazier accompanied her as far as Ogden. Walter Calderwood and family, former residents of the Bear River Valley, who for some time past sought greener pastures elsewhere, has returned to Tremonton to make their future home. Welcome back home. Mrs Ann Cook and Mrs. Jane Brough, two pioneers, Mrs. Agnes Waldron and Mrs. William Bosley, of this place, attended the entertainment given at Brigham City to the Daughters of he Pioneers July 24th. Mayor James E. Halverson and Attorney B. C. Call were the principle speakers at the program. A variety of musical selections were also given, after which the management of the Liberty Theatre opened the theatre to the pioneers. Miss Mildred Stone left for Salt Lake Thursday morning for the purpose of assisting in instruction in physical education and swimming at the Deseret Gym. To be chosen to fill this position is a distinct honor to Miss Stone and a recognition of her ability. Mrs. A. R. Dickson has been selected by the W. C. T. U. to take Miss Stone's place on the public playgrounds during her absence. Mrs. W. H. Stone is visiting in Salt Lake over the week-en- d with her daughter Fae. Egg Market Stronger At Close Of Week The New York market, Utah's commercial egg outlet, which has been very unsettled for sometime, strengthened considerably during the past week with egg prices advancing several cents per dozen, it was announced recently by Clyde C. Edmonds, general manager of the Utah Poultry Producers Cooperative Association. Mr. Edmonds has just completed an Intensive survey of egg and poultry marketing conditions in the east, based on personal observation and visit study made during a three-wee-k to New York, Chicago and other large eastern cities. Low prices of eggs and poultry, which have been existing the past two months, have tended to greatly increase consumption, resulting in the price advance, it is indicated. The present great demand for the products should give the market a still health- - "The Forecast" Young Men's raw edge, snap-bri- $4-9- 8 m model ; expertly fashioned, from fine quality hatter's. furs and carefully finished to givt comfortable fit and retain lis style under conditions. trimmed with Handsomely satin lining, genuine leather sweat and silk band. hard-weari- ng C. PE N N EY CO. J. UDSPARTMEMT STORE. East Main Street, Tremonton, Utah ier tone in the immediate future. Figures just released by the United States Department of Agriculture at Washington, D. C, indicate an increase of 33.3 per cent in the poultry consumption so far this year over last. Providing this rate continues, the surplus stocks in storage will be reduced and the market will take on a normal tone again. The surplus of eggs and poultry in storage does not indicate an overproduction in normal time, but was created by underconsumption resulting from demoralized industrial conditions. In his statement, the association official issues a caution against any program of too rapid, expension until the market and industrial conditions completely right themselves. While an extensive expansion is a little unwise at present, there is no good reason why the poultrymen should not carry out their building program to house this year's pullets and continue with the normal development. The depression, which now shows signs of breaking, is viewed as a temporary swing of the business pendulum that will soon adjust itself. It is quite similar to the low cycles encountered by the poultry industry in 1922 and 1927, and likewise should be of short duration. In any event tho membership of Utah poultry associ- , , ation, as producers of highest quality products, are assured of the best prices obtainable through their efficient marketing agency in New York. Plant Corn Is Advice Of County Agent The Western Yellow Blight, in many of the tomato fields, has destroyed a large percentage of the tomato plants. This means a very great loss to the producer. If part of the plants are left throughout the field the same amount of labor and ir- ligation expenses are required, and many spaces are producing either weeds or nothing at all. ' There is yet sufficinet season to produce roasting ears if sweet com is planted; or considerable fodder for livestock feed if field corn is planted in these open spaces. This will not only help to pay the overhead expenses of a field of tomatoes that may perhaps not produce sufficient profit to even pay all expenses, but it will also, more or less, shade the field and thus aid in keeping the field cooler and damper. This will help the balance of the tomato plants very materially during the remainder of the hot season. Robert H. Stewart, County Agricultural Agent ; - The GARLAND BAND will give CONCERT at UDY HOT SPRINGS -- 1 TUESDAY, AUGUST 5. ,4 J'.LC and introduced the speakers. Others on the program were: ymn Eddie of Brigham, Mrs. Jarvis Brig-haMrs. Eedling, Corinne A bountiful chicken dinner was served to fifty guests. Mr3. Spencer Taylor, who gave oirtn to a line Doy at the Valley hospital ten days ago, is getting along nicely and on Tuesday was sufficiently recovered to return home. Mrs. Leslie Garfield gave birth to a baby boy at the Valley hospital, .Sunday, July 27. Mother and son are getting along fine. Mrs. Hobart G. White, of Logan, of Dr R. H Whi is paying the family a visit, had her tonsus removeu Tuesday at the Valley Betty and George Gibbs, children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank nihh v,i. tonisls removed Tuesday at the Valley hospital. N. E. Iverson, of Salt Lake, a member of the firm, of Shaw & Iverson, of this city, was in town for a few hours Wednesday, on his way back to Salt Lake, after vacationing with his family in Yellowstone. Mr. Iverson is an adjuster for the state industrial COME AND HEAR THE SINGING FOOLS . This picture shows two types of conveyors in use In the Rouge Plant of the Ford Motor Company. s Saturday, Aug. 2 $0.98 I'br the best'ol taste. v Offered in the season's newest shades. An excellent valiie considerinsrauality and price, "MARATHON," A fleliVhtful snrinp-nartu wp given Tuesday evening at Crystal Hot Springs, with Mrs. Sarah Allen as Cuest ftf hnmnr Mrs Allen ia n charter member of Corinne Lodge and is leaving soon lor Cahtornia. She was paid many tender tributes by the SDeaKers. and Mrs. S. Owen a nf iTnr- inne, on behalf of the lodge, presented Mrs. Allen with a beautiful ring in expression of their love and friendship. Mrs. S. Owens acted as toast-mast- Moonlight Gardens DANCES: "The Headliriir" Come and enjoy a swim and the music J?