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V OSEM-GENXVA TIMES Thursday, November 8, ig With Our Service Boys & Girls Leo 6. Rowley, CM 2-C sea-bees, sea-bees, has Just arrived from 20 months overseas and has received receiv-ed his honorable discharge from the service. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rowley. Mr. Rowley served on the Gilbert Gil-bert and Marshall islands. He was made hjfid of a group of LDS boys while serving on Kwajalein, and did much missionary mis-sionary work during his three years in service. His wife, Donna Don-na Billings Rowley lives in Pro-vo Pro-vo at 409 East 5th North street Pvt. Glade Wright is home on a ten day furlough with his wife, the former June Calles and his parents Mr .and Mrs. Elden Wright. Pvt. Wright has been stationed at Camp nobens, California. Cali-fornia. Pfc. George W. Watklns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williamson, William-son, telephoned his parents Fri day evening from New York City, where he had just arrived from overseas. He has been overseas since April, 1944. He expects to receive his discharge when he reports at Fort Douglas. Doug-las. Merrill E. Blair, boatsman 1-C USN, received his honorable discharge dis-charge at Shoemaker, California, Californ-ia, last Monday, and his wife is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Blake, where she has made her home during her husband's hus-band's absence. Another son-in-law of the Blake's, Glen Rowley Row-ley is in service at Camp Wol-ters, Wol-ters, Texas and their son, Joseph Rowley is stationed at Mare Island, California. Eldon Harding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Harding of Vineyard Vine-yard has been released from the air corps, after serving as a Cadet for 22 months. He was stationed at Enid, Oklahoma. VINEYARD OREM . UTAH Doors open at 6:30 1st Show at 7:00 2nd Show at 9:19 Friday and Saturday Nov. 9-10 THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY George Sanders Hurd Hatfield ponna Reed Magnificently produced and'excellently acted, this will hold tense, fascinated interest! Strictly ail adult picture! and- '; "Here Come the Yanks Palhe News Saturday Matinee 1:30 Nocember 10 MILLION DOLLAR EH) An exciting comedy starring the East JSlde Kids. , o-Hsndt . Two Cartoons fas Color "Dissy PiloU" Stooge Comedy Last chapter BLACK ARROW Monday and Tuesday Nov. 1243 SENSATIONS OF '45 Eleanor Powell and W. C Fields A musical mystery Stum fare! "and" TWICE BUSSED Preston Foster and Gail Patrick Light comedy program that will please? everyone! j and Path News Wednesday and Hursday Nov. 1445 THIN MAN GOES HOME William Powell Myrna Loy . Gloria DeHavsn A good entertainment combination of " mystery and Tuesday afternoon beginning at 1 p.m. the Relief society will meet in the ward hall. A membership mem-bership social will be held and two quilts will be made. Refreshments Re-freshments will be served and all members are invited to attend. at-tend. The Boy Leadership Group met, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harding Wednesday Wednes-day evening. Thursday evening the officers and teachers of the Sunday school will hold a business meeting meet-ing and social at the home' of Miss Mae Louise Muzzel. Superintendent Super-intendent Marcell Young requests re-quests that all workers attend. Roy Allen'of San Jose Calif., and Mrs- Mary Brinkerhoff of Bicknell, Utah, have spent the past week here, due to the illness ill-ness and death of their mother WANTED; CUSTOM FLOWING Have- Good Tractor for CUSTOM PLOWING Call 053J3 or See FAY FIELDING Mrs. Lydia T. Allen. Morris Clegg was sustained a deacon. Gerald-Muzzell advanced advanc-ed to a teacher, and Kay Davis and Eudell Clegg advanced to priests in the Aaronie Priesthood Priest-hood Quorums, Sunday at the Fast day services. v- The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ferre was named Shirl D. and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rawlings. was given giv-en the name of Price Floy, and Aria ' Clegg was confirmed a member of the church at the Fast day services Sunday. Ellis Bilboa. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bilboa has been given his discharge from the army he has been stationed at Amarillo, Texas. Mr, and Mrs. Marcell Young have had as their guests her sister, Mrs. E. D. Nowland and twin daughters Ki.tty and Kathy of Blythe, Calif. Miss Beth Madsen who is employed em-ployed in Salt Lake spent the weekend here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lenord Madsen. Mrs. Joy O. Clegg has gone to Alameda, Calif., where she will spend two weeks with her sister sis-ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Eason. Sgt. end Mrs. Wayne Gammon Gam-mon arrived here from Souix Falls, S. D. Sgt- Gammon will return Saturday to Sous Falls and Mrs. Gammon will remain here. Swamp Yields 1 Rich Iron Ore Marsh in Michigan Drained And Upper Dirt Removed To Get at Deposits. 23,500 VETERANS GIVEN JOBS humor! and HI, BEAUTIFUL Martha OTSriscoll and Noah Beery. Jr. A light musical comedy! rathe News Orem Cash Store, THE NEW GOLD STORAGE LOCKERS Are Now Ready At Orem Cash Store ELLSWORTH RADIO SERVICE Guaranteed Service On AH Makes of Radios Dealers in "Meek" Radios and Sound Systems Located In Orem Cash Store i Building WRECKER SECICE PHONE, PHOTO 055J4 OREM MOTOR CO. ELITE BEAUTY SHOP OREM No. 1 Cfcrisieele Acres SOFT WATER SHAMPOO Phone C93-R4 laiaiMnBTOBSinsaaiSRi n Beautifully Marked .Springer Gnan5el FOR SALE ' Ska ftOYAL A. HUNTER. 1st house West of R. R. Tracks In River Bottoms on Uneoln-Edgentont high- j way. , MJIPS SERVICE - QUALITY VALLEY MORTUARY PHOXK raovo aula a hatch lkrot johxsoic gpAxisB fork vru. bjbx rooms in , ' FATSO WALTEB M. BIOBT fHOXB 107 i - . '1. ' m - i is Mjp9s 9 O dm WHEN our boys come home, there's always a rush of Long Distance colls to many parts, o! the country. They mean a lot those colls home We know you want those returning vet erans to get good service as much as we do and that's why we feel we can ask you to make none but necessary calls and give the servicemen a chance We are worldna hard to sneed the dav when there will be circuits enough lot cU all the time. TEE KOHIM STATES TELEPEOXE t TELEGRAPH C0. ALPHA. MICH. Lest than two yean ago, in October, 1943, survey on discovered that a swamp area 28 mile northwest of Iron Mountain, Moun-tain, Mich., concealed one of the richest deposits of iron ore in the upper peninsula. Tests of orej samples brought up from 40 feet be- J low the marsh surface showed very . high quality, the kind of ore ur-, gently needed in our production of' war materials, sayf the Milwaukee , Journal. i The first job in getting at this1 rich iron deposit was to drain the marsh and strip away the 30 to 40 foot deep surface strata of rock and j soil This was the start in the de- j velopment of the Book mine by the j North Range Mining company. The stripping was used at fill for ; truck roads, railroad siding and a stockpile base. After about 10 months of intensive effort by a large crew of workmen, the area bad been excavated to the depth of the ore deposit, and in July of 1943 actual operation of the new open pit mine got under way. Prediction Rising. With a crew of 80 men, recruited from the near-by towns of Alpha, Crystal Falls, Iron River and Iron Mountain, the North Range Mining company started a steadily increasing increas-ing flow of this rich ore toward the teel mills. A big steam shovel ate its way into the ore at the rate of 240 tons a day. Forty railroad ore can day rolled down the spur line to Escanaba to dump their load into the big ore boats headed for Cleveland, where the ore goes into the building of tanks and other vital war equipment requiring this high quality of ore. In Its first six months of opera don the Book mine produced 291,000 tone of ore. Thus far in 1944 It has produced 813,920 tons for shipment and additional thousands of tone which have been stockpiled for future shipment Today the huge pit, a quarter mile across, yawns 170 feet deep where less than two years ago was desolate swampland. Circling up from the bottom a narrow ledge forms the only roadway out of the pit and over this trucks haul 11 ton loads of ore to the crusher at the edge of the pit From the crusher the ore runs down the conveyor into the ore cars. Ore Very Hard. The trucks hauling the ore out of the pit are specially built for the job. When they are received at the mine, Lee Sutton, master mechanic. and his assistants make several changes In the trucks in order to condition them for the tremendous abuse to which they are subjected. The mining company maintains complete machine shop for this purpose. The trucks are built with reversi ble seats and the same speeds tor both reverse and forward opera Hon. This Is because they cannot be turned around they are run for ward out of the pit with their loads of ore, then are backed down the mile long ledge roadway for the next load. The ore from the Book mine is so hard that the points on the pow er shovel wear down every 16 hours and have to be replaced. Two weld- en are kept busy repairing shovel points. During the summer months the mine operates on two eight-hour shifts. In the winter months it is operated op-erated continuously on three eight-hour eight-hour shifts. This is because equipment equip-ment would freeze up from the intense in-tense cold if it were not kept in constant con-stant operation. A complete laboratory is also maintained for the Book mine, since samples must be run on every car of ore shipped to determine that it measures up to the high quality required. Of the nation's total of more than 23,500 veterans, who were given civil service appointments during the month of September, 547 joined federal payrolls la the Rocky Mountain states, according ac-cording to C. L. Edwards, Director Direc-tor of the 13th U. S. Civil Service Serv-ice -Regian. Service men and women from World War H made up more than 86 percent of the placements place-ments in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, and the appointments ap-pointments of 8 wives or widows of veterans were recorded. Throughout the United States, 157,759 veterans found government govern-ment jobs during the first nine months of 1945, and in the same period, 4,882 were appointed to duty in the 13th Region. Announces Marriage In England Mr. and Mrs. Earl Evans are announcing the marriage of their son, Pfc. Glen Lamar Evans, and Miss Joan Williams, of Cornwall, England, at Bristol, Bris-tol, England, September 13. According to the news received receiv-ed by Mr. and Mrs. Evans, a wedding dinner followed the marriage rites, with a sister of the bride attending. The dinner din-ner was attended by relatives and close friends of the young couple. The bride has been engaged in a technical gas plant near her home throughout the war. The groom is a graduate of Lincoln Lin-coln high school and has been overseas the past year. He has been In service two years, and Is at present stationed In France. He expects his release In a short time to return home, and his bride is. making the necessary arrangements to be admitted into in-to this country. TTHT TKTTTTTft smmm COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE RALPH'S RADIO ANO APPLIANCE 3 No. Univ. Ave Phono 818 The Homo of Guaranteed Service Prices are Apt to Advance BUY NOW! 50 lbs. PATIO PRINT 1.79 WHITE FAWN 1.78 RED STAR 2.03 PIKES PEAK .... 2.27 AND SAVE! Bunker Farms Phone Prevo 016R3 Geneva Sleel if Just Across From Us. Hours 8-12 a. in. and I-S p.m. Closed Wednesdays i AUTO INSURANCE wllh State Farm Mutual COVERAGE Yoall like Our Service N. CHICKS Phone 699 59 E. Center. Prevo rifibki Ohm Baildise BOBf ; took P ' MCTJU MINING INDUSTRY of UTAH Under New Management of MRS. ILLA BIGELOW HAIR STYLING PERMANENTS AND MANICURES I invite my friends and patrons to call in. . PHONE 048-J2 FOR APPOINTMENT (At B & H Pharmacy in Orem) Ancient Dog Race Sport Is Revived in England LONDON. A sport more than 100 years old draws heavy wagers in the fields about Whitehaven. Hound-trailing, a race In which a Held of SO to 40 foxhounds participate, partici-pate, was born decades before the efectric rabbit The winner's time is usually under 30 minutes over a 10-mile 10-mile cross-country course of plowed fields, crags, tences and other handicaps handi-caps which mark the foxhound route. Hounds follow the scent left by a rag dipped in aniseed, turpentine turpen-tine and heavy oQ with scouts along the pathway to guard against inter terence. the event is popular with the wealthy, farmers, miners and factory fac-tory workers alike. Dog owners stand at the finish and whistle their pets home, but otherwise are not permitted to take any part in the dramatic race. Japan Drafts Women and Girl for Labor Service NEW YORK. N. Y. The Japa' aese oomet agency said in a broadcast broad-cast that a compulsory labor service law tor girls and unmarried women trout U to 40 years old in Japan went Into effect recently. Domed Indicated that the girls and women would be mobilized as needs arose Into labor corps consisting of SO to. I (0 workers each, and would then be sent to factories and workshops "for term of ana year. , J 01190! A NEW SERVICE TO THE PEOPLEJjF OREM AND VICINITY - IP H SCHOOL SUPPLIES HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES PACKAGE DRUGS Get Your Favorite Candy anc Ice Cream At Your Across From Lincoln High School In Orem Open Evenings and Sundays for Your Convenience R. K. (Ken) YEATES W.C (Bill) FAULKNER ,w ..4...U.