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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
vf it iLUME XXII i I I t 1 ft V v r r 41 BEAR RIVER STAKE CONFERENCE Tremonton business houses will be closed Monday, November 11, In observance of Armistice Day, Mb. WJ4 HOW TREMONTON high on the Republican wave that swept the nation AND GARLAND CAST THEIR VOTES sday, Box Elder Republicans lered all but four County poms. Following is the unofficial sRoy R. White, Democratic count of votes cast in Tuesday's resentative from District No. election in Tremonton 1 and 2 defeated, his Republican op- - and Garland precincts. e, ;nt, Grant S. Nielsen; BASKETBALL TO MEET CALLED FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Weber President Talks To Lions r LAYERS 1 r-- Soren-P.epublic- d a o- an o nc 178 168 245 217 181 183 168 267 181 161 ao a s torium. At this time officers will be elected and the season's schedule drawn up. ; . . JOHN FLETCHER DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS V- H y rival, ublican For Congress: ns. William Griffiths, 186 Granger (D) County Surveyor, was 208 Wilson (R) de-rned to office over the Cour A. Carruthers, Republi- - For Supreme in-be- G S tfr. 5r f T3 Democratic to office with a l' over Fred margin candidate, C. ry Nielsen, former County k who has been serving with armed forces, was returned For Senator: iff ice with the highest ma-;Murdock (D) vote in the county over his Watkins (R) W. Jesse incum-returne- All basketball players who will play in the league this winter will meet Friday at 8 p. m. In the Utah Power and Light audi- , it War-Hyd- : Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at noon at Shaw and Rogers Funeral Home for John Fletcher, who passed away Friday at the Valley hospital after an illness of several weeks. Bishop Clifton Kerr was In charge of the service which consisted of prayer by Conrad Steffen; vocal solo, "I Need Thee Every Hour," by Moroni 'Ward and a second number, "Morning." Mrs. Delbert Walker was the accompanist. Jesse L. Roberts was the speaker for the service and the benediction was offered by Bishop Kerr. The grave in Mt. View Cemetery in Ogden was dedicated by Wilford Rogers. Mr. Fletcher was born September 29, 1877 In Iowa, a son of Delbert and Lena Hurst He' was reared in Colorado, but had been an employee of Eph Jensen for several years. He was a past member of the V nt of Justice : 185 165 256 Larson (D) last minute check with the 182 167 205 Latimer (R) aty Clerk's office Thursday For State Repreun-drnoon gave the following Dist. 2: county tolals as follows: sentative, 187 148 187 Waldron (D) 213 202 240 Senator: Kerr (R) al lirdock (D) 2875 atkins (R) 3713 Congress: anger (D) lLson (R) For Commissioner, 3224 3348 838 4 124 113 132 Udy (D) 287 224 Allen (R) For Commissioner, Supreme Court 2 Ice: year term: 185 201 339 145 89 '304 246 317 91 103 110 216 Nielsen (D) 165 Owens (R) For County Treasurer: 190 Brough (D) 378 205 Sheffield (R) For County Recorder: Morrison (p) 83 Adams (R) 314 413 For County Assessor: Homer (D) 232 Hansen (R) 158 For County Attorney: 69 Davis (D) 198 Mann (R) 189 201 145 305 161 272 186 155 69 281 191 214 For Sheriff: 171 Sorenson (R) For County Clerk: Hyde (D) 1969 1798 elsen (R) Repre-itiv- e, Dist. 2: Udron (D) 1212 1590 rr Commissioner, ir term: 2964 3577 y (D) en (R) ir term: Commissioner, ;lsen (D) nsaker (R) Sheriff: S244 3313 3846 de (D) renson (R) 2733 County Clerk: !lsen (D) 3978 rens (R) 2562 Treasurer: County 2757 5ugh (D) ef field (R) 3807 County Recorder: irrison (D) 2679 ams (R) 3892 County Assessor: mer (D) 2975 nsen (R) 3569 bounty Attorney: vis (D) 1113 1416 inn (R) ounty Surveyor: Iffiths (D) 3385 rruthers (R) 3146 NDMENT YES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 23 217 133 264 164 169 179 240 187 For County Surveyor: Griffiths (Dj 203 203 277 Carruthers (R) 178 147 150 1050 1213 SOUTH CACHE AT HYRUM FRIDAY 594 Bear River's Bears meet the strong South Cache Spartans in the last gridiron encounter of 145 the season for both clubs. The game will be played on the 239 Spartans' home field at Hyrum at 1 o'clock today. The Bears, still smarting under NO the to 0 setback handed them last Friday at the hands of the powerful Logan high eleven, will 953 be all out to1 win. 1037 The South Cache club last 1219 Friday turned back a hard driv19 2999 2818 3582 3278 2528 1047 1209 1742 2001 4949 2004 ing Weber eleven to win by an 1870 8 to 0 score and will be primed 468 to try a anty camps of the Daughter Utah Pioneers will hold a ty convention at the First hall in Brigham City, Sat-1 7, at 2 Ter-willig- 121 BEARS TO MEET I SELECT CONTESTANT 9 j s. Local Legion and Auxiliary To p. m. this time a contestant for i of the Centennial celebra- will be selected. Any girl e county may enter if she is t, 6 inches tall, Is between id 25, is a descendant of a pioneer and is a non-us)bacco. Those girls desir-- o enter the contest should t the meeting at 2 p. m., kg a formal. repeat performance at the expense of the Bears. In the game played kst Friday at Logan, the Bears twice stopped Logan when the Grizzlies were less than one yard from the goal line. They were, however, unable to stop the rampaging Logan eleven from making three touchdowns and one conversion er In observance of Armistice S- - er in-cir- ls or r-- 72-J- 3. of Loveland, HEART ATTACK FATAL T0MNEST C. CORNWALL er Colorado; Mrs. Grace Pameater, Denver; Mrs. Minnie Morgensen, Casper, Warren Terwllliger, Wyoming; Long Mountain, Colorado; Mrs. Mary Egger, Glendale, Califor- nia. The death of Ernest Chilllon grams under the auspices of the Cornwall early Thursday mornAmerican Legion, De Vere Wat-ki- ing came as a shock to his Post No. 76 of Tremonton. friends and relatives in the valMrs. Douglas Cannon of the ley, as he had seemed In good Auxiliary, Ed Stenquist, chair health up to that time. man of the Americanism com Mr. Cornwall suffered a heart mittee, Commander James Rob- attack about 1 a. m. shortly aferts and Mrs. Ed Heslop of the ter reaching his home. He died Auxiliary have made all arrange at 3:15. He was born July 6, ments. 1899 in Salt Lake City, a son The McKinley school children of E. H. and May Miller Cornwill receive the program at 10 wall. When he was a very small a. m. President Robert J. Potchild, the family moved to Idater of the Bear River Stake will ho but returned to Salt Lake in be the guest speaker, two har- 1909. They moved to Tremonton monica solos will be played by to make their home in 1911. Alden Thompson, two tap dance He numbers will be given by girls 1, 1927married Ulalla Harris June in the Logan Temple. Mr. of the school and a girls' trio Cornwall was one of the first to composed of LeAnn Marble, Introduce turkey raising in Bear Pamela Toland and Jean River Valley. He was an elder will present a humerous in the Tremonton First Ward, musical selection. At all pro was recognized as an ardent grams the colors will be advancand was owner and sportsman ed. of the Western Billard operator The Garland Post of the A- - Co. merican Legion will present the Surviving are his wife, one program at the Bear River high daughter, Mary, his parents of school. Tremonton; and the following Monday evening, the Tremon-tobrothers and sisters: Mrs. Ruby Post will give a program for C. M. the public in the Tremonton Sec- Christensen, Thatcher; Mrs. Marjorie Cornwall, Elwood; ond ward chapel at 8 p. m. Stenquist, Mrs. Valaine Auston George Nelson of Salt Lake and Kenneth H. Cornwall of City, a past commander of the Tremonton and Mrs. Virginia Utah Legion department, will be Anderson of Bothwell. the guest speaker and remarks Funeral services will be conwill be made by Kleon Kerr. Maxine Norr will give a reading. ducted Saturday at 1 p. m. in First Ward Music for the evening is to be the Tremonton with chapel Bishop Wayne San-da- ll furnished by the Victory Male In Friends may call charge. Chorus. All servicemen and the public at the family home Friday even-inand Saturday until time for are invited to attend. the service. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Richlns Interment will be In the were In Ogden on business last Cemetery by Shaw and week. Rogers Funeral Home of Tremonton. Mor-tens- S. Dil worth Young of the First Council of Seventy and Wm. E. Ryberg representing the Church Welfare Committee will attend Dr. Aldus Dixon, president of sessions at the quarterly conWeber College, was the guest ference of the Bear River Stake, speaker at the Tremonton Saturday and Sunday, November Lions' Club Wednesday evening. 9 and 10. Two meetings will be hell He used as his theme, "IntelliSaturday. At 6:30 p. m. stake gent Organization." The program was undor the and ward welfare workers will direction of the Lions' Educa- meet and at 8 p. m. priesthood tional committee with Jesse Ro- leaders, all quorum and group berts, chairman. Musical sel- officers and teachers will conections were given by Lorry and vene at the Stake Tabernacle. Meetings will be held at 9 a. Bonnie Ryttlng. Russell B. Waldron reported m. Sunday for the priesthood that all details for the purchase members and the women and of the new ambulance were com- girls of the Church. At the pleted and that it should be priesthood meeting, short talks delivered here within a week or will be given by Blain Johnson, Fred Rucker and Vernon Smith ten days. of the Tremonton Second Ward and Merwin Christensen of the Dies Stake High Council. The program for the women will Include congregational singing, selections from the Garland Mothers, introduction of Mrs. Gertnir'e Sanders was Singing the theme which will be the taken to the Valley hospital this same as the M. I. A. theme by week with a fractured hip, which Lolita a talk, "How Can Hodges, she sustained in a fall. She died I Know That This Work Is Thursday morning of injuries True," by Loreta Darkle of and old age. selections from a trio She was born May 20, 1870 in composed of Jean and Joan Fos Montana, a daughter of Mr. and ter and Idella Durfey of the Mrs. William Church. She moved Beaver Dam Ward, a talk, "Into Tremonton twenty years ago, spiring Testimonies," by Joy and there are no known sur- Miller of the Penrose Ward and vivors. a talk, "Obedience to the GosFuneral services are pending pel Brings Joys Eternal," by word from distant relatives. Dorothy Gee. The Invocation will be offered by Connie Dean LOCAL DRIVERS INVOLVED Hunsaker and the benediction by IN AUTO ACCIDENT Gae Deakln. At 10:30 a. m. the general Elva J. Eggli and Mark J. Udy session will be held. Talks will Jr. were Involved in an automo- be by La Mar Ashby of the given bile accident early Wednesday Garland Ward, Beverly Adams morning at the corner of of the Tremonton First Ward, Street and 6th north. Be- Mrs. Franke Johns, Stake girls cause of frost on the windshield, program chairman, and Ed Mrs. Eggli failed to see the Udy Deakln, Stake Aaronlc Priestmachine and crashed into the hood chairman. Music will fee back end of It causing it to over- furnished by the Seagulls and turn. No one was Injured and Guides of the Stake Primary. no charges were made. The afternoon session will convene at 2 p. m. and music will be heard from the Tremonton First Ward Choir and Grant Anderson. Speakers will be S. D. Young, Wm. E. Ryberg, A. N. Mrs. Sanders After Fall That Fractures Hip Dew-eyvil- le, Tre-mo- nt Rvtting and members of the Stake Presidency. The Stake M. I. A. will give the evening program at 7:30 p. m. The theme is taken from the Mutual reading course book. "The Book of Third Nephi," and Is under the direction of Lolita Garn and Emeron Wright. Readers for the dramatization are Clarence Perry, Merrill Was-soEmeron Wright and Donald Stenquist. Music will be furnished by the Harmonettes, Grant Anderson and Max Bruncker of m, m, , Immmi ii hi am; Ogden. hi milling Public Warned About Diphtheria en n Hospital News "h Surviving are the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Sophrona Hazel and Arthur Ter-willig- kick. Logan's first touchdown was made when Adams passed to Garner on the five yard line. On the next score Moser flipped a pass from the 10 yard line to Adams in the end zone. The last score came when Adams went around his right end and galloped 15 yards to pay dirt. During the second half the and Mrs. Francis Moore Bears more than outplayed their i Wednesday In Salt Lake heavier opponents, holding Logan to two first downs while they accounted for five. Coach Rasmussen's boys drove as far !CII CONTEST as the 10 yard strip once but Births: ANGED BY WCTU Mr. and Mrs. Weston Sale, a were unable to push over a score. son, November 4th. Axel Fredricksen, presi-o- f Mr. and Mrs. George Hemmert, D. W. HARRIS a son, November 1st. the Women's Christian BUYS OUT PARTNER Mr. and Mrs. Don Hunsaker, perance Union, announces Dee Garfield, in the a daughter, November 6th. plans are underway for a Mrs. Glen Jensen and Mrs. Classic Shop has sold her entire contest, and she and boys of high Interest in the Company to D. Esella Bennett received medical 31 E"e to contact her to ar-f- W. Harris, who Is now the owner treatment; Lonny Anderson had his tonsils removed and Sherentering the contest. and manager of the shop. Mrs. Garfield and Mr. and man Oylcr was treated for a interested Is requested Mrs. Harris opened the new dress fractured shoulder received in an MU-- r at accident with a tractor. shop September 3rd. T'--- Elks Lodge. Present Armistice Day Programs Monday Day on Monday, November 11, several patriotic programs will the be presented throughout American Legion the Valley by and Auxiliary. Grade schools In Tremonton, Thatcher, Bothwell. Elwood and Bear River City will hear pro er. ns 3182 3327 ' ' 200 ssive, Dist. 1: lite D) 285 140 year term: Nielsen (D) Hunsaker (R) 3150 3364 json (D) timer (R) State Repre- November r NUMBER EIGHT HOLIDAY MONDAY Iding ber ber ber ber ber ber ber ber i .TREMONTON CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1946 epublicans Win All Bui our Positions In County State i g Rlv-ervle- ELAINE NORR TO BECOME STEWARDESS w 'I'M I f-- ( ' ' V rf Concert Association Members Promised Entertaining Evening At Next Musical The Bear River Valley Concert t Ass'n will present their next In The Justice's Court con-cer- in the Stake Tabernacle, Thursday, November 14, featuring Jean Herres, talented harpist and Florence Barr. soprano. Miss Herres is noted among women harpists of the country and will present an outstanding program of classical numbers assisted by Miss Barr. Miss Herres is appearing with the Denver Symphony Orchestra and the Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra and is a member of the faculty of Lamont School of Music, University of Harry Geiger, shooting pheasant hens. Complaint filed by Howard Frels3. $50 fine. Calvin Jensen, shooting pheasants out of season. Complaint filed by Evan Green. $40 fine. Harry Price, thru stop. Complaint filed by Evan Green. $7 fine. Holly Burgess, shooting pheasant hens. Complaint filed by Ed Rosa. $40 fine. Arnold Johnson, resisting an officer of the law. Complaint $50 filed by Henry Morrison. Denver. fine. Leland Johnson, resisting an NOTICE TO MISSIONARIES officer of the law. Complaint AND FAMILIES $50 filed by Henry Morrison. fine. La Vern Jones, drunkeness. The publishers will be glad to Complaint filed by Al Smith. $5 mail the Leader each week with- fine and stay of execution grantout cost to all missionaries from ed. One minor offense. Dismissed. Bear River Valley who are serving in the field. . Mrs. C. V. Lilrnquist was In Those who desire to receive over the week-en- d Lake Salt their forward Leader the may Elaine Norr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Norr, has completed all requirements and passed examinations to become a stewardess for the United Air Lines. She will leave on November 23 for Chjcaco where her training will begin. Miss Norr graduated from the Bear River high school where she was active in studentbody activities and attended the address to th? publishers whenUSAC for two years. ever convenient. Parents were warned today against diphtheria by County health nurse, Mrs. Agnes Ster. ling. Two cases of this disease have been reported in the State and all parents of infants and preschool children are urged to have them Immunized in prevention of an epidemic. For information concerning nhvsicians should v,te family be contacted or the health office. BOOK WEEK PROCLAIMED The week from November 10 r 17 has been pro claimed as "National Children's Nrtvf-mbe- Dock week." According to reports from the local library, about seventy- fiv new children's books have been added during the past week. It is hoped that the pubhc will take advantage of the Juvenile section of the library. Mr. and Mrs. John Barnard and sons of Heber City and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Abbott of Salt Lake visited here last week. ATTENDS FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Le'and Crystal attended a funeral In Salt Lake City Monday for his father. Peter Crystal, who died last Friday. vlrltiniT with her parents, Mr. Burial was in the American Fork cemetery. and Mrs. Jesse Barker.