|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
1949 The BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, Trraonton. Utah with lions (3 kittens.) The master of ceremonies was Glen Williams from Salt Lake. Tne program included many musical numbers from the young people of the ward. A ball game between the married and the single fellows and the married and TREMONTON Hansen. jthe Elwood church, to discuss Mrs. Harris of Salt Lake City is and decide kuestlons pertaining visiting with her son and the new to the culinary water project granddaughter Mr. and Mrs.; Please come prepared to make Richard Harris and family. known your decision regarding Barbara and Carolyn Cornwall, this project. are spending their vacation vis-- ! MMMMMMMMaMMMa iting their sisiter Mr. and Mrs. Rock Kenneth at Springs' Pyle was single girls good. Many H people were more interested Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Hansen; however in the horse pulling and family of Howell were in at-- ! than anything else. In the evening fireworks were tendance at fast meeting here! displayed and the day was fin- Sunday where Mr. Hansen blesshis new ed little' granddaughter ished with a dance. There were Karen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. many out of , town visitors. met The eight sew-etMr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards Leland Hansen. Tonier and day at the home of Dianne To-spent a couple of days in Salt Mr. and Mrs daughter Mira and son Bryan land. They discussed preparatLake during the week. Three babies were blessed Sun Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Tonier and ions for camp and finished Merna and Ton Father daughter their in laundry bags and shoulder church, the daughter of day Mr. and Mrs. Jack Welling. ier all of Salt Lake City visited protectors. Delicious refreshments were daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Petersen C. and Han served by the hstess. Udy and son of Mr. and Mrs. sen on Sunday and Monday. All The next meeting will beheld Dale Udy were given names. Ra Nae Welling spent a couple these men worked together as at the home of Bonnie Jean of days at the girls home in misionaries in Denmark some Turner. twenty seven years ago. This in Logan Canyon. was a grand reunion for The Bothwell nifty stitchers really Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ward went to Billings Montana, for a long them and more Interesting be club met at the home of Sherrie weekend visit with their son and cause Gilbert son of Gerhart is Christensen Tuesday. The evenMr. and Mrs. laboring as a missionary wth ing was spent sewing, ani a light daughter Willis Petersen. lunch was served. Karl Ward. Friday night at 8:30 P. M. a Reporters Donne Eberhard and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ogden are mass meeting is called in Sherrie Christensen. spending the long weekend with public her parents Mr. and Mrs. De Los 1 CSV- The Blue Ribbon Stitchers met Sardra Mae Kansn Shyrt Friday at the home of LuArma Spackman was a guest RefreshSkinner, where they finished ments were served. cutting out pajamas and started the sewing work on them. ReChoose Shuet Wisely freshments wiere served by the A little more time spent in j hostess. choosing the shoes you wear wtH return big dividend In comfort and health, in ability to work well and to enjoy life. Moana Korth, reporter. News of4-CLUBS j HOME OF FRIENDLY MERCHANTS Buttons and Bows 4 II club met Friday at the home of Rhoda Welling, the leader. A discussion was held and refreshments served to the five members present. Reporters Medra Draper. i i The Stitching Stars club of Fielding met at the home of Jean Coombs, Thursday. Sewing projects were continued. Eight members were present and Shyrl Spackman of Farmington was a guest. Refreshments were served. Reporter Margurite Burton. 4-- ts , 4-- H FORMER. ANNOUNCED irt- 3 GIRL of , of :ly es of music there and been a member of Chansonettes, a women's Choral group, and Alpha Eta Mu, an honorary music fraternity. Before their marriage, the bride and groom were honored at dinner gatherings by their parents, the bride's sisters Mrs. Norma A Gunnell of Ogden and Mrs. Ara. A. Richards of Clearfield and the bride's sister in law, Mrs. E. Milton Anderson of Lothe gan. Since the wedding, groom's mother has been hostess at a gift shower for the bride, and the bride's sister in Clear field, Mrs. Richards, has been hostess at a wedding dinner for both families. Betty Lee Andersen, Hwood, have receivher marriage in the i d S temple to Alfred J. r of Logan. of liter Mr. and Mrs. Elias raised a family rood before moving to Lo- few years ago, Betty Lee from one of Bear River s oldest pioneer families, pndfather, one of Bear City's first residents, died rater of 1879 of pneu- who sen, - contracted while helping temple in which she 4 the two weeks ago. sew husband, Mr. Glauser, of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T of Logan and is well a Logan L D S church and at Utah State Agri- -i where he will college, tTied i spring with a and English. Form-- ; Cleveland Ohio, he was j appointed president of pi Tenth L D S ward's Men's Mutual next ma-lee- ch n. Improve-issociatio- a student at the majored in vocal also J Lee, I has The Riverside Ward had a real celebration for the Fourth, on Saturday. It started with a bang, first a parade which included floats, children's trikes, doll buggies all decorated. One of the outstanding things was a lion tamer on a bike to which was attached a cage filled RIB ROAST raving about Petersen i,,, ' tJl a ;. doz.nl PORK , tf Jr fptj "hat 'mgerfp . Slurmg makci "Ford I Mog.e Action Brokti work . 3J foor 'f K(tT olmoit ei low Like Freth Tcke tha wheel try the new Ford l'&L.r 11 TRI-MOTO- i 1 R TREMONTON AWARDED THE FASHION ACADEMY FORD Hottett 19f No. 1 Toll 2f 6 Money ...large pkg. 25 WHITE KING 21 largo PEARS PAPER TOWELS Highway, Packed a Peak of Flavor M: 2 37 Zee Red No. IVt can coo - 27c 15 BJ Milk lot .12 39 . Northern Toihrt Tleeoo ,25?: BROOMS Too Ouolity, Peanut Butter Aladdin, Good Quoltty lacb Pino Straw 35 1.43 AEROWAX CHEESE 37c Mild Wetter TOILET SOAP 1 For 25 Crystal White 2121 CAR OF THE YEAR" GOLD MEDAL AS THE "FASHION I ,. 20 $,dieh Fr"" ei. TretT"" Sletpy Hollow, Rich 26 oi. in Maple Wattle Pancake now ...sv ibt. Coffee, Popular M.IIow Fla.or lb. I Freth Rootled Hill Been Cotfee lb. Ind. Attorted t Suzanna . AirWay NOD Post Tens Wneaties TT Libby's c.r.ait Brtakfott champ, Vienna Sautaae 4 ot. 2 r I5v 180 310 Beverage Yum Nehi 470 410 430 470 Attorted Hewlett'! Flavor pint Attorted F overt 6 far (Plut Bonlet) Attorted Fla., S pbgt. Schlili 12 oi. can Flavorade Beer koot nuecr n p.. 310 of n ei 200 liquid Ovart CANTALOUPES PoStM U. Hire't (Plut boiumi 6 tor 320 250 200 180 250 430 I. No. 1, 3 for I. 20C j. - .54 large the 15 I. No. 1 "A" White Rata U. 12 c f. No. I, Largo lombertt U. 23c ! 17c TOMATOES CHERRIES Poond Larre Slicers 37c Re, Cren CORN 12c Golden Bantom 28 PRO0UCI PRFCCS fUBCT LEMONS Sunkltt, Juicy ..lb. TO OAHY MARKIT CHANCEI OXYDOL ,.,:.-ks- Soap ' large pkf. 28 r 8c 3&c Ib. 15c ORANGES BANANAS Sweet, emaO tlie CUCUMBERS 07c IFancy aieth bog SUPER SUDS loop U. S. No. 1, Thick Mear Vint Ripo, lb POTATOES Sweet Red Santo Roe Crisp - hip ib. bo PLUMS BEVERLY CO. 70 Watermelons TISSUE e 31c 14 Quart Monica, Delkiovt For DEALER'S DIAL 29tf PLUMS Regular 250 D 140 CeeTS Sauerkraut No ican 150 Lunch Meat Zttnx. 370 Spaqhetti l.X ot. can 210 no Z.70 food 2 Breeze Mrt.Tatty Wrl9ht' 43c BLEACH NEW PAR 1 pint .26 ot. Harvett Blsttam, tor n SyrUP package The Finett Soap Can Buy AT YOUR . il i ... "Fed" pint Shady River, M.d. wi s ot. Ttllow tad can . Houte el George, Tatty Oiced, No. 2 can Colombia Breakfast package Tatty Dtvtert, Attorted Flavort COCKTAIL Armewr'e, Ready to . lunch Meat SxS 29 Grated Tuna lOtf 2 can aua, inrimps quart Sandwich Spread . ft I5 01. 22c Sunnybank . 6 fo Siie Dinnerette, Tatty Beam At A No. Saving ot. JV4 Freth Moyoenaite tall can TREET ""' package 25f 31 1 Any Meal . 7f ,b. To Fry Flour Hoete Bakioa 50 Ibt. ihlT .'n 820 Royal Satin Cheete Clover Club . . 1 Salad Dretting. Tender Flavorful IS; oi. glati 21 Delight wuMlltaimiiMi'irt AO A lb. Canned Foods French't Prepared Lunch Box 3ro, Tatty Peocr Pineapple funf driving Red Hill. Top Ouolity I mm I White Magic prut, .IV WHITING or Regular Meat Tomato Juice That Tattei Jutt ..46 oi. can Tomatoet True Fruit Flavor JIFFY LOU y. Freth Water Fiih lb. 39c rc""' opu'1" BEANS & JELL-WEL- L fZ 5Zt IMUMViaUB fin' A"or,m,nt SUNNY DAWN AX lb. imMwmmmw PRESERVES more luggage 0$ DILL PICKLES Em "57 Attorted For That Salt G,UA4 w''9'y' - 65c SMOKED FILLETS Catsup Mustard Duchess D0I.n9i CANDY BARS Hut? y .... Penny Savers o,19?! ,S KZZ R!PE OLIVES Al f 55c No Bone, No Watte, to Bake or Broil I KM "Solid feel in that 'Lifeguard Bodyl" Fry LUNCH MEAT .lb FRANKFURTERS POTATO CHIPS lVftViV Ready to Pan Ready f.ll fc Li.- - "PUntu nf room for tix big peoplel" ..lb. HALIBUT 75c SkinUst !u.l!.!!.i Lcn'un jars (tH 55c D.27tf. CAPS Ik cJS lb Whole or SALMON All LIDS ,75 Grade PORK CHOPS lon Canning Supplies S j:.T 69 Smoked, Half . A Sliced, Cold Plato WAX ?&k - Cut-U- PORK LOSN ROAST lb. 57 T.nd.r ... Cantor Cult Moat . prize-winnin- Ready for Pan 51c HAMS Good Grado Engineil" iff .1 ..lb. SIRLOIN STEAK BLUE RIBBON TAMAIE FIE walked off with 1st honors in Family Circle Magazine's recipe contest The recipe for this dishes g and seven other are printed in full in the July Family 5c. Circle now on sale at Safeway-on- ly 9 FRYERS Good Grado Shoulder Cutt . "What power you feel in thoto They're 1 Excellent Dry Heat Roast, U. S. Good .lb. Grade Beef BEEF ROAST U. S. PECTIN "That 'Mid Ship' Ride feelt mighty TREMONTON Fine flavor ... no excess fat . . r uniform high quality guaranteed! Safeway ground beef is made only with selected beef ground daily. Guaranteed to hold its I T Mr. and Mrs. Earl Francom of Salt Lake City spent the holiday weekend visiting with her parents Mr. and Mr. T. A. Meldrum. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Carlson and daughter of Preston Idaho spent the holiday weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. W. 'Equa-Pois- Askmft's 0 Capener. Mrs. Clair Lundberg and twin sons visited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hales. Mrs. Joe Bowcutt and children visited with her mother Mrs. Rule Macfarlane. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ward of Salt Lake visited with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Ward. Valeea Crowther of Salt Lake visited with her mother Mr. andJ Mrs. Ed Udy. A number of Riverside people attended the wedding reception in Logan for Mr. and Mrs. Don Welling. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bowcutt had a number of their family from Willard, Nevada and Ogden visiting them. By Mrs. William 10:30 p. m. last night If he will come In any day during our store hours from 9:00 A. M. to at mads vilh , te seen looking In the windows of ASHCRAFT'S on main street mittee, Lor,ene Burton, Esta Jones, Elaine Adams, song leader Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Welling of Salt Lake are spending the Fourth weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Karl Welling. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams of Salt Lake spent several days with Bishop and Mrs. Leland C. Mrs. Merle Udy To the gentleman who was The first meeting of the Trousseau Bees club met at the home 6:00 P. M, we will reward him of Mrs. Ezra Mason last week. with the pleasure of owning a Six members were present. Linda Bulova from as little as $24.75. Coombs, was elected president, Dora Scott vice president, Vir ginia Welling secretary treasur er, Helen Mason leader, Com- in-la- w, .jfltfJJ H .