MWl BEAR " : YALLEY LEABEl TREMOXTOX, UTAH, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY . CARD GAME ENDS XUMBEB21 14, 1929 I Hunter Does Three-m-On- IN FATAL SHOT FARM CLASSES Original COMMUNITY Act e Escapes From lions; Killed by Train AT HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS MAKE LAURA JOHNSON PASSES AFTER J. S. Hull, deputy game warden we have of Box Elder county, paid The Leader office a pleasant call Wedcome to 'look upon eventful hap anu ic nesday and while here stated that penings as commonplace he was kept pretty busy taking not to be surprised at anything care of the birds and fish that y that happens, we just natural All some day will help to make a could be that would it what wonder in cause us to stand in amazement. paradise. sportsman's Will According to Mr. Hull there are Well That Francis Norr of Blue Creek is now hundreds of thousands of tiny Be passed through this experiencewho fish in the hatcheries that will be net to be doubted by anyone Laura Rebecca Luster, daughter of this spring in the streams planted this conducted reads this article. And if we could classes The being of i the and Rebecca Luster, was born Josiah the more Once of goers play Sam that to the delight of the disciples mildly suggest to Uncle in Adams county Illinois, July 30, valle According to the decision of the the with This Walton. deliberations Isaac hi3 preparedness expert men in the different lines 1886, and departed this life at Ogden jury at an inquest held before Justice1 in should of the Chinese pheasants performances of " 'Afs It," by thelbv not overlook the above of agriculture, are meeting with a watching and last Plavers W the Peace John J. Shumway of he Thursday duties Community other the numerous keeps Feb. 8, 1929, age 62 years, 6 months and we would be doing farmers the from liberal gentleman, Auditorium. tv. patronage arhnc of and 9 days. Harry, afternoon, Friday t?,) warden plenty busy. ' fcjLarland country a service. This incident, Bad weather and blocked roads pre- - of the valley. The first day s pro- -, the game came to his death from a Ilingenpeel that deer doe She moved with her parents to Lita of Hull told Mr. a had never precedent con- -' -perhaps, has vented the usual large attendance to gram was Hay Grading, and wascerti- on the track tle Rock, Mo., when but a child. She jullet wound from a gun in the hands in train the killed was by history. did not ducted by Dr. lieber J. Vebb, f Joe Reed, 65, of Garland. near Willard, the engine striking was united in marriage to John Pink-ne- y when Mr. Norr was these players. That, however, It happened which fied U. S. hay inspector for the w- -' in zeal the least after in the affect The shooting occurred shortly Ogden, April 27, 1881, and to this the animal on the shoulder and coyotes field his hunting in out over from the first termountain country. was D o'clock Friday morning in the up- of the three children were born Cella union put the into way. the play at it right them of knocking appeared that three He advised earlier cutting of hay Wood of Ogden; Josiah Pinkney of was immediately dressanimal stairs room of the Richards building, same time. The one on lead came Kpr.tf nee to the last bursts of laughThe that greeted the for more food value and improvethat was occupied by Reed. It aped and the meat put in storage. It Price, the other having died in into a stop and almost at the same ter and applause ment in quality and showed by the will be sold in the near future and fancy. Her husband died May ' 12, pears that a card game had been in instant the othf.r two came along players. and value of hay the to afternoon be prices 1887. figures should since given Norr Mr. Thursday the If proceeds will either bee given animal. progress any praise side the first On October 21, 1888, she was unitabout 4 o'clock and that an argument the state or county fish and to one more than another we think Ella ranged from $11.00 to $40.00, dependdown on them and fired his pulled on the time it was cut, how cured, the for in marriage to Amos Ford Johned ing commended be astonassociation. arose over the game. Testimony givshould Homer his to and game Army Springfield ta tio holipf of Mr. Hull that son and to this union five children en showed that Reed arose from the ishment it fell dead. efficient manner in which she handled- etc. A general discussion oi uus all three coyotes the animal was chased from the were born, only two of whom are livMr Mnrr. when telline of the !the role, substituting for Wilma An- subject followed. table, talked over to his bed and todiscussion turned and class a was Second a time ing, Rebecca Lucinda, Grace Frances there procured hills by mountain lions. day's gun ueiSOn OH a lew nuuia raiuw.1 experience, said he had a hard and Elva Olatha having preceded her her was At this point, it to seed certification and weed conit original of as ward Clingenpeel. same the though tne uuug. part from doing keep in death. Those living are Amos Fil- conducted was and We trol enjoyed Fayette by was stated that George Riley, also particularly assignment. He i? brun Johnson and Llsie Gladys Wm- state Phyllis of Ogden, and a member of the party, pest crop inspector. by Irish woman, played the Stevens, OI lOUtn ea--1 certifiof seed herself was value out Comedy the cheste, both of Tremonton. Other who has interceded. The gun proven aiscnargea, pointed Paxton, To o TVirillirnr living relatives are John C. Cobb, a the bullet striking Riley in the left pable of handling any part with grace cation and the methods of growing i nephew, of Connne, and nine grand- elbow, and passing on, struck Clingand .skill, in tact, me puuuu nu good clean seed. Also that in the most as the best and of the stomach, these weeds of look in control the to players come upon pit enpeel Mrs!" Johnson, with her husband, Youth rollicks and riots triumph-- ! lodging in his back. capable of putting over any play they effective was the use of chemicals, motion Bureau the Farm Elwood refreshing through the 1918 mQyed to Corinne in April, 1899, later In select and attend the perform- sodium chlorate and calcium chlorate, antly The wounded man made for the as may arama oi jug" bewhencomeay outfit, a to sodium decided chlorate threshing that two the assurance picture these buy moving to Tremonton in 1910. Her of of the calm with head ances the stairway falling at husband died March 11, 1921, and was a large crop of gram in ever they go they are going to be ing the best that can be had at the davs, entitled "Uncle Sam's Choice," stairs and rolled to the bottom and there of atrhf. nnd the nrosnects were that ex Mrs. Johnson continued to make Tre nresent. The other not available at which is included on the program entertained. royally there died a few minutes later. some advantages, be the North Box Elder County Farm monton her home until taken ill last treme prices would be asked for had but firlad to A rormrt. of the affair to the sher know TinhHc will be present Thn Bureau, to be shown at thirteen fall. It was not with the ob- - that in the near future this play will ing of a nonexplosive nature. iff's office brought Sheriff John H. threshing. towns a money oi lot throughout the north end of " Her parents were members of the of in view on making in for the benefit of ject The third day class was on Plant Zundel and Deputy Charles Cheal D,e Prehe'aeu themselves the county. Methodist church and she was brought hut rather insuring those who were unable to attend fy Diseases and was conducted by Prof. the scene. They arrested Reed and or of the strug- - up in this faith. , She united with the "held "passed an up" story It's He amusing being .T. A. C. C. U. of Hosrenson against the stated. took him to the county jail. ana not getting wieir gia reasons already of the banker s son and the far Methodist Episcopal church at Cofurnished by the Carter said copper carbonate was the best fries According to Sheriff Zundel a quan- up" music The threshed. mer boy for the favor of the senior rinne, July 22, 1906, and was later tity of whisky was found in Reed's Concert orchestra added much to the known method of treating for smut, belle. Of course youth must be transferred to the Methodist church class in rot root A committee was appointed to sowhere showed He sugar room during an investigation after entertainment. evening's so tempers are spilled ana the at Tremonton where she remained a and stock for buy the served, counteracted licit subscriptions by beets had been Me shooting occurred. in x before love achieves its ap faithful member until her death. 1 flies stockholders fur when a machine. Sixty-siThe wound received by Riley application of manure. The deceased since coming to Tredestinv. But there's a whole pointed interceded was not considered Boys corporated themselves into tne was egg grad- some lesson in the tale for every boy monton has spent much of her time program Thursday's Machine purCo., Threshing by the attending physician. On in nursing the sick. Always in aning, conducted by Willard Garr, manwho sees the picture. When approached on the matter chasing from the Bear River Valley Tre- or girl and of the City Brigham swer to a call, no matter at what ager a see Advance will Tn Moore Rumely they Attorney Implement Co. an Friday evening County monton grading plants of the Utah lfi7.v. Harrv rich time or where, she responded and of son namnered sneakin?. spite of Marriner Monk is in the Valley hosLewis Jones indicated he would prob- with a kerosine engine. In unfoundassociation. and efficient service. and cuts about Poultry Producers' scornrui, ana gave faithful with pital suffering from severewhile ably file a first degree murder charge all the expert criticism FriHav. Dairvinsr and Poultry Rais parents, perpetually her sweet disposicoast-incoupled This, from "one old rise that airs lunger domineerine ed skepticism, that the face received Sunday against Reed. will be conducted by Professors wtih tion and motherly ways, was responsiof his on the reliance his power can be heard for ten hours .a day for near his home in Howell. The ing Ceo. T. Caine and Byron Alder of the back to health a great 4fi tn 50 davs during the threshnig money to get him what he wants. But ble forofnursing boy was on his hand sled coasting TT A. C. of this commucitizens the many lad tViA hill and ran into a barbed athletic Dick season making the farmers and their White, sturdy, conducted by in her will miss who Dairying, Saturday, greatly and nity ashamed their xvi in makine Vinrmv him bv who grain isn't thu wirp from the country, Club School vac T. Caine. who will cherish her memory for the ever who stands and work reaay marketable at a reasonable cost, with the corner' 0f the mouth, cutting a fipo. of This course is made possible by in dis- service she has rendered to humanity. no cooking or fussing, getting dinner gash in the cheek about four inches of the agricultural di- to aid either a kid or a kitten Because of housing limitations and the Beautiful and impressive services cooperation wuu ox the the crew have men, a large right con were just tress, they'll long and penetrating through school, River Bear of vision High the lack of class room facilities, it will for held at the Methodist church for next moral. the and until day to point a proper do cheek for mere than two inches under the supervision of Mark Nich- trast at noon. Rev. A. R. Dickson be necessary to limit the number of breakfast Tuesday and of the balance the stuff supper Eating almost through The story isn't "preachy" ols, the extension division of the U, 23rd Psalm and 14th chapter leaders who attend the state club supper. read the lunch own 24 some their and home at cut was bringing The prerequired way. II. Stewnrt, county either, because the picture Robert A. C. followed by prayer. Mrs. school in March. St. of John, this confined be company used by is system stitches to close. He will Box Elder Conn pared by the American Farm Bureau C. R- Steffen sang "Jesus, Lover of North the At a mpeting of the county Farm andthe anl agent, be the men are paid accordingly. to the hospital several days more, Federation with the idea of suggest- My Soul." Dr. O. D. Luke spoke of Farm Bureau. Bureau officers and extension agent, to This enterprise has been fairly suc- ing unable to take anything out uqum tv All to the attend to selected be will repreing to country youths the needDick farmers leaders urged p.r? the splendid character and sweet disthe an investment point of foods. The boy is reported to be dofrom cessful fit physically. held. to eternally kepp be classes sent the following projects: Clothing, as he had known her under remaining cash an average as well as could be expected. having paid will get cheers when he licks position White ing Food and Nutrition, and Home Man- view, many trying situations. dividend of 18 for the eleven years the bullying Harry to a irazzie in a Another case of the exact nature, in the Arms ot jesus" was "Safe agement. to a addition patron in nf Man nnprnt.inn. soul not a breathless fist figh and but not attended with quite as severeThose leaders will be given a sup rendered then by Mrs. W. G. Carter. first the allowed examidividend during to the small fourwill b surprised when at the happened R. Rev. Thos. Manwanng of looele, an results, from the agent's office entitling them ' age R. nation for West Foint Dick's healthy old friend of the family, gave a splen son or Clarence tJiauie oi vear-ol- d tn rrmbprphiD in this school. No few years. TVip nractice of doing the n pair rviiincfnn nhnut the same time. The habits again win the day against did discourse, taking the life of Dori other leader's expenses will be paid William Maori was found erniltv by shed with two men and i;tic kind same the oi the fVinn in work rpppived local. or as his theme, l.Llt.lV : .1 ... cas from Acts 9:36-3Uimim c ' rr l yt trt Hl'1 fr - Harry. by county n with machinery in cut in the same manner while coast-- 1 a ; all the story there are inThrough was Now" The leader selected will not do work going out to workwith f sung by Mrs. "Resting juy v.. a full crew, is ino- near his home. He is recovering nam y.)1 iiuiia.y condition . . .. timate glimpses of Farm Bureau ac- W. G. Carter, Mrs. C. R. Steffen, .i with anv definite club but will act as ramuuu. h in factors find and will obstructing all perhaps one of the important tivities. Project planners from his cuts in a satisfactory way, iniunns' Mrs. A. R. Dickson and Mrs. S. L. county "advisor and leader for She was all of a circontributing to successful and eco- and no serious effects are expected The evidence, which showed that tele- the picture suggestions for dental Hadley. After the benediction was groups enrolled in her project. cumstantial nature, and baby clinics. The the funeral from the painful experience. Rev. will be responsible for the training nomical operation. and demonstrations be thrilled to recog given bywent toManwaring will folks graph wires, storage batteries, vounir At the annual meeting held Feb. the Corinne cemetery classrs which will begin in March and cut-owere cortege on the m "ther club initiation equ'pmpnt nize an actual will he assisted by the district home 11 the following board of directors where interment was made in the destroyed and that the defendant was action on the screen. But prize in- were elected: J. L. Weidmann, presiagent. plot. at family that the only person in the tract nil will be the appearance beautiful floral offerings and dent; Elias Andersen, vice r;president; Many tine. himself, secretary-treasureof General John J. Pershing of many friends and acJune Thompson, the to presence Dis ; was by state represented Thp ; but smiling ana tne d were evidences of the Teter Weidmann, Lewis Hunsaker, K. of Tremonton, trict Attorney J. Wesley Horsley and Brenkmann quaintances E. E. of Dick's ideal of perembodiment Fridal and J. M. Mortensen. esteem in which Mrs. Johnson is Mrs. By M Men H. Someone touring high Brenkmann, Countv Attorney Lewis Jones and the fect manhood. P who, with. once said the eighth held. was Leish-rais experiencing some ui defendant by Attorney A. P. Beside the general Sam H. Thompworld was ten farmers Europe, basketball final Tn the M Men kind of weather he would have in the case were The sajjie jurors of the American Farm Here direction. same in the had he remained in Thomas Wheatley, Tom Wise. L. J. son, president nagames there are two teams tied for pulling ana 66 farmers doing had to "enjoy" otner omciais ui of Hureau. is an sent card example to a team in the Tremonton, according first place. The Fielding Smith. Lewis Germer. Alvin Stander. tional Farm Bureau organization are that very thing. to The. Leader. Mr. Brenkmann says: Earl Grazer. Frank Greenhalgh and revealed, while in the audience sits North division and the Bothwell team in the South division. "By the time this card reaches your Noble Hunsaker. These "shots Dick. d our pvps it. will be six months since we The first of the tie off games to be The United States department of General Pershfilmed were during will that must I two teams and these say Tremonton between left of annual played agriculture announces the following meeting ing's visit to the time flies fast. We keep moving he at Fielding Thursday, FeH 14, and in Chi radio talks relative to agriculture and Bureau Farm American the The talks begin at the second game will WSJIayed at right along and have been at many raising. cago in December, wzi. mis epi- stock mountain A large number of the members of places, although the winter is colder time, and are Bothwell Saturday, Feb. 16. If the a. 11:15 m., you reason why sode gives ample (KO A), OmaDenver s from Sam third game is necessary it will be the Tremonton Commercial ciuo jour here than for many years past. We broadcast "Uncle internal revenue should not miss seeing B. M. Maughan, nln vpd at the Bear River High school neyed to Bear River City last tuaay are treated fin everywhere by the Kansas City (WDAF), ha (WOW), will be at the following Choice." over the .National attend the banquet and people. Living is high here in Switz- insDector other and stations, gym Monday, Feb. .18, all games to evening towind-uwill of a two days' cel- erland, some better in Germany. Hol- cities on the dates specified and p dance, the begin at 8 p. m. Broadcasting company's chain: "The to render assistance in the The runneiup teams in their re- ebration that drew hundreds of people land is expensive also. France is be glad out February 18 E. J. Working, W. S. tax income of reports: somewhat better for the tourists, but making Situation in February"; World spective divisions are Deweyville, to their city. That these people Know 1 the at and 2, Comedy Tremonton. March Vinw tn f wH and entertain their visit not for the French themselves, we "Know Your Insectivides and South, and Plymouth, North. Abbott, Afirilnnrl hotel. Unusual interest has been mani- ors is attested by every person mat will go to Vienna, also to Nancy and Fungicides." Garland, March 4, at the Garland "Tnnp." a eomedv drama filled with Paris. Hoping you will be as well as Vintol fested in the games in spite of the attended. February 19 G. C. Edler, "Seed be will present from and lauehter. of us. thrills A fine connection sportsleaves in was card Greetings and Prices This bpnng ; u. this spirit A program bad weather. given Supplies the at 5 and March 6, Brigham City, ed under the auspices of the Tremon- S. Burch, "Livestock Improvement manship has been exhibited through- with the banquet, at which M P. E. E. and Ida M. Brenkmann. The nnstnffire. ' World." ton ward Mutuals Wednesday, reb. out the entire season. Brown of Ogden was the principal Leader comes regular." March 7, at the post- 20. The fact that Miss Phyllis Wil- Throughout the Wellsville, of "The A. the S. 20 Jones, progress February speaker, discussing office. son has this play under her direction Trend of Poultry Production"; R. L. farming and the need oi cooperauuu 8. at the postoffice. March stellar pera attend who Hyrum, all assures of all to build up a community. Shrader, "Poultry Farm DemonstraRichmond, March 9, at the post- - formance. The general admission is tions and What They Mean." A number of readings, vocal solos, U. A. C. or' .n4office. Bear Matinee in the aiternoon 21 Roy C. Potts, "The February duets, and selections from thebalance at 15, 14, 13, 11, 12, n;,' 10 cents. Logan, March the . Market Situation"; J. B. BarDairv Miss Ethel Holmeren of Tremon A letter is out to all bishops and River City band composed tne posiomce. ker, "Twenty Years of Cow Testing. wards from ,S. Dilworth Young, Scout of a splendid program. ton, a senior at the Utah Agricultural furof Girls Brigham The Gaiety February 220. C. Stine, "George Room is at practice doing executive of the Ogden Gateway Logan, dance and college N. Master Farmer"; C. F. in Washington, home rminril. announcing a training course nished the music for the the work at college practice fanthe the Calendar. in light ".Simplifying all Budancing Marvin, be the to held at joined Farm of order to complete the requirements the Cooperation for all Scoutmasters Througs R. M. the of 25 evening. Cooper, "Can balance the week tastic February for a degree in home economics. The U. A. C, Logan, beginning the reau and Extension Service. of Farming? I Improve My System Tn ronnpetion with the Home Man Sii'eb. 17th and running to the 23rd. practice house-- is an ultra modern Miss Pearl Bergstrom and Mrs. A. D. McNfir, "Dove26 I iThc college will furnish him with Homos February obtains each Better the which pracand home in girl agement project Stand to nan j.k; V ninp accommodations for the imnrnvempnt dem-la- tailing Crops From the Labor K tical experience in housekeeping un- rJthe Miner went a Tremonton to campaign, L. returning a. Monday, Ulmstead, "iveepu Couple - point"; eek. All he will have to pay for is der modern conditions. i onsiruuon win TiiPKflav pveninir. tillage. All women With the Joneses," a talk on Coombs, months. three next tiis food and the registration fee. This the Miss Holmgren is majoring in foods Salt for left N. A. Fishburn today 27 Whitney rooms adis 00. February Miss all or than be $15 more and not in any should Clarence R. Brough in the school of home economics. She Lake to attend a meeting of the Utah who desire hein Valuation and Farmers All Scoutmasters are urged to at- Marble were married in the Salt Lake holds the position of student body vice of the home, give your names to yourj "Assessed At this fairs. of association county Tax Bills"; E. A. Hollowell, "DomesThe termileaders. tend this course if possible. temple last Wednesday. has president and is also a member of the meeting problems will be discussed home management vs. tic counImported Red Clover Seed. extendas be srlected that will Six homes nation of a courtship of the Theta Thi sorority. the to Sigma 28 C. E. Gibbons, ''Prosoperation pertaining February the state speThe ed some time before and during of the state: also as to ty demonstrations. fairs Lamb Market"; D. A. U. A. C. Glee Cluh in the C. Art pects of the U. A. time the groom spent in tne mission i the schedule of the dynometer used cialist, teachers Methods of Rais"Modern 1 field, proving once more that there is Too the district home Spencer, in th horse nu hnir contests, i ros- - department, and Lambs." 11 r i and ing love. true and than suggest ways - agent will visit nothing stronger E. Eckles, "The Egg March -C. lOr OCOUt OW V OW pocts are bright for the most tosuccesssaved Tho bride is the accomplished young Presi- - means by which steps may be M. A. Jull, "Proever held, according ful Through the efforts of the Tremon-n- n fair Situation"; Market Mar-blcolor schemes improved. and Mutual Improvement association daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. for the Fishburn. was dent wow that The big Scout pow Some time in April a county tour ducing High Quality Eggs Deweyville and the groom the the U. A. C. Glee club will put on a son of Feb. Market." for scheduled 8th, last houseFriday. of which the G. R. at Brough will be conducted of Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE program in the L. D. S. chapel Friday, East Tremonton. These popular had to be postponed for one week on wife will explain the before and after of Tioneers of the March 1. There are some forty peoThp Dnuirhtprs Mr. and Mrs. Ceila Ogden and sons cold weather terrible the of music young people are of the type that account cuv ivill rivf n hip dance and make suggestions ior oinurs iu of Ogden and Josiah Ogden of Peert),. two last the of winds ple in this organization and to and the high home tra:ning hear have had the proper Feb. 22. at the Bear River follow, lovers will be given a chance less have been in Tremonton this week are ably fitted for the new duties weeks. The Scouts and the Bee Hive Friday. ir-- funeral of n uooa something of unusual quality. These and music, house, had a opera very pleasant rs. Reniamin Winchester on account of death and girls, however, nf iho mnkinir of a home. i mother of the Lome ana nave u 1aura dance in freshments. Mrs. and a in people will also bring with them aa Mrs. Johnsop, of of funeral program host the evening their with attended leader The . .. joins and .nnta nor rniinlo. extra OI..... Viff.r , two men. high class dance orchestra , UgucnTftvn son Tuesday. ui, v....., r friends in wishing them a long and spite ot tne iaci mar vneir iw wuw m dance will be given after the oe viie neiu not iuita uurin could uuj. life. married happy tk.c t AT GARLAND ii'mns WELLATTENDED LONG ILLNESS in Farmers of Valley Are Taking Advantage of Rare Opportunity Useful Career Is Ended When Death Claims Known Lady USUAL BIG HIT ii Production Keeps Ogden Man Is Killed Early Morning Row; Peacemaker Shot - I Laughter; Play Repeated - j Kio-V-i I - ! ' i ' iij'"i Fllm Cooperative Concern Ends Successful Year ""e PlPrliri S I , .t Coasting Receive Face Severe Cuts se-'fe- sr Limit Set On Number to Attend ! not-com- e -- - Who Tampered Convicted With vvuiii--'vv.- ' i "' i Tremonton Tourists Encounter Icy Blasts Be 'w 9 i - tip-to- t) ;ie Off Games Played , i . - - ff 4-- H ctprn-mmitbo- won-tVi- C " L1J-, n. Farmers and Livestock Men to Get Radio News Bear River City Puts pop-eye- Revenue Inspector Is Coming to Tremonton Over Big Celebration Ward Mutuals Will Play Present ; Scoutmasters' Course for Week at Ethel Holmgren Doing H6me Economics Work . V," Improvement Fishburn Pres. A. Off to Fair Meeting Well and Favorably Marry Known , '",, i at st Much Weather Tremonton, March l 1- j I o j i)ii. I !