|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1936 By ta ELWOOD Mn. B. P. Kwmiw r are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Tuesday, April 14th. All concerned Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hansen are feeling fine. The dramatic company FAGS presented May Hestop. Veda Rasmussen left for Salt Lake Sunday where she will visit with her brother and sister for a month. Fred Barfus accompanied Mr. on a mining trip to Idaho on Sunday, v Mrs. Marian Miller and children, her sister, Ada Chadez and baby and Mrs. Dwayne Frank spent the weekend at Logan, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bes-sing- er their show in Honeyville Wednesday and in East Garland Friday. Val Frank. NATURE BY EROSfON CARVES PERFECT ARCH KJ BRYCE PARK V ... f. - I V8t i " proud of their first grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Hunsaker Saturday, March 18th, at the Valley Hospital. Mother and son are doing fine. f the Bear River Saturday. The girls tives and friends. who enjoyed the trip were Edith Abel Mayor Orvil J. Niah and Clark Elmo Romer, Dora Hunsaker and Et- -i Rudd was transacting business in Salt Lake City Monday and Tuesday of last week. Bishop Dewaine Lamb and Anes L. C. DR. DON JAMES Udy motored to Salt Lake City Wednesday of last week. They returned OPTOMETRIST home in the evening. Will Be In My Store Mrs. Sarah K. Josephson of Brig ham City arrived here Monday of 27 MONDAY, last week. She is visiting with her Make Your Appointment Now eons. Olean and Carl, who are look tag after the Josephson property in this neighborhood. The Plymouth Relief Society held another .very: interesting meeting at the home or Mrs. vuaie ArcniDaux, Tuesdav afternoon. " at which 44 guests were present and enjoyed the bxwmm . - ! zi" sS i CLEANNERS Greatly Improved Method In Dry Cleaning ODORLESS We Call and Deliver E. M. FLACK, Proprietor femltvt.-- vJtoUmk aisjgilW mw gro' m$ itHtilf torn P -- i MY BROTHER BILL ' Thw show WillUm helping oat iwhen your order get heavy. He's like the rest of know every step in u turning out good whiskey. 1 m Engineers may easily learns jssson from nature which throo the ages by erosion caused by wind, sun, rain and frost has camd perfect arch to form the naturaHsTidge in Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah; In this colorful region fantastlo sculptuesquo formations 'yeal the weird quirksof nature atwork, of whica tb -- atural bridge is. but one. $?':-Z'- ' j' ; r lesson. ; j The stcfck; holders' of ISe, PIyntou& Water Co., held their annual, meeting in the Plymouth ward chapel Wednesday of last week. .New officers were chosen from the members of the organization, for another year .Mrs. Janet Steed was elected . president, with Mrs. Sarah E. Josephson as vice president and Olean Josephson, sec-io- r treas. Don R. Lamb was appointed - the Childrens Hospital in Halt laks pity, while he was in the city during jthe week, gave a very interesting account of conditions which he found Ithere and 'as the Primary has as one ftit its aims to gather donations to as sist in paying the expense of support ing the institution and making it possible to enlarge the building, as many turned away on account of insuf ficient room. He advised au wno J could to place in the hands of the water master. y Thos. J. Nish was takeii suddenly Primary officers their contributions ill Wednesday while doing his monir, for this worthy cause. Mrs. Lawrence Archibald gave a very excellent reading chores, having an attack of ining on things that took place in the at on is the testinal flu, .but improve r A' V hospital and made the audience feel. this writing.. v -V memDewaine called Lamb Bishop bers of the ward out Thursday of last a:M:.ivr.KrrtEia:M:t:i:i:i:i week to assist in cleaning the ward chapel and surroundings. There be r it' m i i . i l l.: ing a good turnout much was ac complished, making the building and grounds look much better. The paint BiM Ti ing of wood work inside and out will be taken up and other improvements l .. t.l l (,t:t:. will be continued Friday of this week. A number of our people attended the Logan temple Friday of last week and an effort will be made to send a large company from our ward on the 8th of May .which day is set for the High Priests of the Bear River stake. Primary conference was held here Sunday evening in connection with the ward sacrament meeting. A large crowd of people were in attendance. Bishop Dewaine Lamb, who had visit- - This here Family's Whiskey have learned concerning ways of mildmaking whiskey with a genuine r ness and tastiness to it I And here's one thing sure. There isn't one bottle but what's got every bit of the quality to it that we distillers are enjoying ourselves. 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Mrs. Cannon has been visiting in Salt vuiung Mr. Lake City for some time at the home were and Mrs. Glen Oiristiansao Logan visitors Sunday. of her daughter, Mrs. Krause. Alice Brougn of Logan, O. Mrs. Mr. and E. spent the Wilcox, Sr., of weekend at the home Logan, spent Tuesday visiting their Mr. and Mrs. O. L. of her parents. . . Brough. son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eben The J. A club will Frimeet Bridge Wilcox. They also visited around day evening at the home of Mrs. Oral with some friends while here. Stewart Mrs. Stewart and Frances) Bishop M. A. Garn and Oleen Garn will act as hostesses. . left Friday for Kansas City, Mo., Brough Mrs. Alice Buxton of Evans, and load of a took car to cattle the Mrs. Hazel Van Lueven of They Downey, market in Kansas City. ' called on Mrs. Elton Newton, ThursThe Social Development club held their regular meeting at the home of day. Mrs. Rose Peterson and children Mrs. Dan Gam Thursday of last week and Pearl Goss of Tremonton were Musical selections were furnished by ' Cleo Roundy and Faye Bowcutt Miss Sunday visitors of Mrs. Earl Cazler Preston. Ruth Johnson of Garland, reviewed of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Garfield of Ogthe book, "North to the Orient," writ-- 1 ten by Mr. Lindberg. A large crowd den, were Monday visitors of Mrs. , was present to enjoy the program. Rose Peterson and family. The sewing club met Thursday at social was the luncheon rour, During the home of Mrs. Doris Fridal. The served by the hostess. time was spent in sewing .on theor Mr. and Mrs. Rishmond Young of Delicious refreshments wet projects. vis Mr. ted with Mrs. W, and Logan, to served the members and leaders. A. Welling and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kay and family Garn, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Earl, are quarantined in for Scarlet fever Sunday. Chicken Pox. and Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Packer visited in John Fridal of Salt Lake City, over Lake Salt the weekend. City the weekend at the home of his Mrs. Arland Wilson went to Brig- spent parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Fridal; ham City, Sunday. She will vkit for Jr. . , a week or ten days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Little are spend Tuesday night in mutual the Junior tag a few , days at Promontory. girls, under the direction of their Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Merrell of Brig-haleaders, Mrs. Vera Bourne and Mrs. called on their niece, Mrs. Glen Severson, presented a play en- Doris City, Fridal on Tuesday, titled "Waiting for the Stump Hollow bureau was held at the home Farm Train." of Mrs. Edna Brough Friday afterMiss Veida Gibbs of Portage, visit noon. ed over the weekend at the home of Beth Cannon. Mrs. W. M. Welling and daughter, Enid Welling, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Packer to Salt Lake-ove-' - " - the weekend. Mr." ahd Mrs; W. E. Potter, Mr. John Potter of Farmington, Mairey Sandall of Layton, spent Sunday visWhen'youB head iting with Mr. and Mrs. Herman PothpIim.- whnn Neil- - v ter and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Severson. raigia tortures you Mr; and Mrs. Howard Oyler anwhen Muscular Pains make you nounce the birth of a baby boy, bora miserable taka a ' Dr. Miles Wednesday at the home of Mrs. DewAnti-PaPill. was ey Wood. Mrs. Oyler formerly Mr. Smith is one of millions Miss Orpha Wood of Fielding. who have found this easy way to prompt relief. Ho says: Flood sufferers learned that mur'7 keep Dr. H hs' Anti-Pa- in Pills in my pod'c! end ky water would clear if just allowed to set. Cease agitating your troubles a dull kery fecUng in my and watch them clear up. head, I take . Dr. Mi's' :Anti PoinPillandt'-kuc3 off." as though they were in this building ' DP). MlUiS' really seeing things as they were j APRIL iM By Maty Frktol l By Phone H4C EAST TREMONTON j PLYMOUTH Mrs. Don R. Lamb TREMONTON I I Mrs. Owen Rasmussen accompanied Miss Ruby Burnett spent Sunday tfie Beehive girls on a nature study to of last week in Logan, visiting rela- Robert I , Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Clarkson and Mrs. Fred Barfus accompanied Mr. daughter, Bertha of Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Wayne Larsen to Mink were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Creek, and Preston, Idaho, on Sunday Rasmussen over Thursday night where they visited relatives at both They left Friday morning for Jerome, places. Idaho, to visit their children, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. June Thompsen are Mrs. Ernest Clarkson and Mr. and spending this week in Salt Lake. Mr. Mrs. F. F. Shaw, who both live at Thompson is on the Federal Bureau Jerome. ' H. P. Rasmussen accompan- and Mrs. Thompson will visit relatives ied them on their trip. at Salt Lake City and Midvale. Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks of Miss Helen Thompsen and others Ogden were guests of Mr. and Mrs. accompanied the seminary students V. L. Hansen last Friday. 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