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BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, Associations of State Sponsor House Bill 82 kindergartens on petition of parents should be passed because, 1 Only a small proportion of the children of this state are haying the House Bill No. 82 by Piercy is f.pon- - advantage of early systematic trainxorf-r- l hv tVm l'tili Qtoto t:rA ing. 2 A mandatory - on - petit'on law association, backed by the Parent- i'ucncr cssoc:ation. the Dausliters provides for hral optic n. It docs not of the Pioneers, the U. E. A. kinder- force kindergartens upon any commugarten Section and the Salt Lake nity but makes it easier for parents Federat'on of Labor. These organi- to obtain this educational advantage zations feel that a law providing for for their children when they desire to j Every Monday at Miss Adams' Beauty Shop Duart Permanent Waving No finger wave, no water waves and ringlet ends. Deweyville Plymouth Bishop R. T. Nish, with men and teams, wsi.t to Portage Monday to mow his well driving outfit to the 0 S. L. station there where he will dig. some wells for that company. Frank Carr of Salt Lake City, who has had much experience in digging deep wells, has been working with Mr. Nish since early last fall drilling do so. wells for Dell Adams in Broad canof 3 In no state where this type yon west of P lymouth to furnish k.w is in force has the extension of water for his sheep during the sumthe kindergarten been precipitant mer. They were successful in getin a resulted gradual The law has some water, but not enough to ting number and orderly increase in the Work was sussupply his needs. of classes provided. pended on account of winter setting four between 4 the years Utilizing in but will begin again as soon as and six, when the children's services We hops they strike opens. spring are of no economic value to their oil. families, is the most logical means Mr. and Mrs. Lional Mason were in of providing additional schooling for those of the very poor who are forced Tremonton on business Monday. They at a very reported good sleighing all the way. to become bread-winneThose who were victorious in the early age 5 Statistics show that in the aver- shooting match last week were feted age city of the United States one at a free dance Monday night by the A number of young people child in four repeats the first school losers. year's work, which proves conclusive- from neighboring towns who like a ly that the first grade does not meet night of real enjoyment were present the need of the little child who has and enjoyed themselves.. Among them The were Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Hess, a just left his home environment. which and Eleanor Potter of Garland, kindergarten is an investment brings large returns to the state by Miss Bertha Archibald of Tremonton and Miss Grace Udy of Riverside. The preventing retardation. 6 The legislators of eleven other famous Plymouth orchestra furnished states have been convinced of the wis the music. dom of this legislation and have en Virgil Nish, Orval Nish, Merl Hess acted petition kindergarten laws. and Louis Zundel were in the county 7 California has had such a law seat on business Tuesday. since 1913 and in consequence has adMr. and Mrs. D. R. Lamb were in to first place Tremonton and Garland vanced from ninth Wednesday. among the states in providing km Mr. Lamb was in attendance at the children. for education its dergarten held in Gar 8 Will C. Wood, for many years Farm Bureau meeting Brown was the main speak of public in land. Mr.showed state superintendent He what cooperation struction in California, has said that er. the farmers, which was the kindergarten law of his state has means to out very clearly in a picture proved satisfactory to both taxpayers brought that was shown. rs Given by GEO. HODGES of Brigham City f Baby Chicks From the famous Vestal Hatch- -' live delivery guarery. 100 anteed. Quality unsurpassed. Ask any of the many satisfied customers in Bear River valley. White Leghorn Chicks $12 per hundred delivered Tremonton. Order from F. B. Barlow, Tremonton, or direct from Vestal Hatchery Petaluma, Calif. Garland Milling Company Manufacturers of the Famous "PRIDE OF UTAH" FLOUR V.lso all Kinds of Mill Stuff, -the Best Mill in the Bear ..Yfiiver Valley. Highest Cash Price Paid for GOOD WHEAT Near the Depot Garland Utah Ov-en- and educators. 9 By reducing the enormous sums now spent upon our criminal classes largely the result of neglected childhood the kindergarten will even tually pay for itself. Although Utah ranks twenty-secon- d compared with the other states in the nation, its mothers have demonstrated to the nation that they know the value of early trainnig. During this last year they have led the nation in effort put forth to obtain kindergartens for their little children. They realize that it is the character-forminage and that truth, honesty, temperance, fairness, chairty and have to be learned as well as other things. The p'i rents of this state now ask the members of this legislature now in session to make it possible for them to obtain kindergarten education for their children. g self-contr- ol KILLING NOT MURDER If ever I'm shocked to death or hung 'Twill be because of a woman's tongue When over the phone one lisps this quiz: "Hello there, Dearie, guess who this is." Leo Lamb motored to Brigham City Wednesday morning, returning in the anernoon. Our Scout basketball bovs got con ceity and challenged our Mutual team for a game at the Bear River High. The game was played Wednesday afternoon, the score being 3 7 to 41 in favor of the Mutual team. Austin Nish and Wayne Hess were m Tremonton on business Wednesday of last week. A number of our young people went to Riverside to see the game between Fielding and Riverside Thurs day night. All enjoyed the dance af ter the game. Plymouth orchestra furnished the music. The Green and Gold dance given by the Mutuals Friday night was not very well attended on account of the extremely cold weather and sickness. The Mutual players of Collinston met the Plymouth team in a well matched game before the dance. It looked as though the locals had it easy at the beginning but Collinston had them guessing at the finish, the score being 44 to 45 for Plymouth. Hot dogs and nunch were served by the young ladies. George Smith, who has recently re turned from a mission to the southern states, has been visiting with his sis etr, Mrs. Asenath Potter, has gone to Logan where he will work in the tern pie for a few days. We have been experiencing some of the coldest weather of the winter, the mercury dropping to 17 below zero Thursday and Friday mornnigs. E. H. Rudd, the coal man, was lucky in getting a car of coal here before the cold weather set in, which brought warmth to our homes just when we were in need. Mrs. Thos. Haws of Ocden is visiting with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Marshal. Brig G lover of Lewiston, who has been spending the week with his sister, Mrs. Asenath Potter, returned to his home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James Estep are rejoicing over the safe arrival of baby boy that came to bless their home .Sunday morning. Mother and babe doing fine. Preston Steed, Ralph Rose, Jsse Lamb. Ella Pierson, Bertha Archibald and Kenneth. Burnett were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Archibald Sunday night. A chicken supper was served after which some games were played and all enjoyed themselves. A number of our people attended conference at the stake quarterly Garland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eberhart Zundel, who live at Driggs, Idaho, are visiting with relatives and friends here. Mr. Zundel has been in poor health for some time. Mrs. Leona. Hall is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Nish, for an indefinite period. E. H. Jones, Jr., of Malad, Idaho, was in town cn business Monday. Mrs. Adelia Johnson, who has been working at Bishop George Ward's at Washakie for the last three weeks, returned home Sunday and Alie Jensen took her place. Mrs. Dean Harris of North Ofden is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Rhoda Archibald. See the Improved Electric Washer At the same low price g 0 (During February Down a Month only) You will be amazed when you sec what c the will do this is the greatest duo-dis- washer value we have ever offered. Utah Power & Light Co. Efficient Public Service Love-lan- J covery. Mrs. Harvey Miller gave birth to a fine babv girl Friday, Feb. 8. All concerned doing nicely. Mrs. Israel Hunsaker is confined to the hospital for treatment and rest. .She is improving as rapidly as could be expected Bo: Cheer up, old man, why don't you drown your sorrows? Zo: I can't because she's bigger than I am and besides it would be murder. Very shortly now, most all country people will be having a surplus of eggs. It has always been our policy to pay cash to our country customers for their eggs or other produce we buy from them. The price we pay our customers for eggs is always the price paid by the local shipper for eggs, when bought in big quantities. The old plan of boosting the price paid for eggs two or three cents per dozen, when paid for in groceries, is almost a thing of the past. The average farmer knows that the grocer, who does this, must make up this loss in the price he charges for the groceries he exchanges for the eggs. d, great-grandchildr- Buy If You Like y. Our customers, who sell us eggs, are not compelled to spend their cash in our stores for groceries. We want them to buy if they are in need, but if they are not, they are at liberty to spend the money paid to them for eggs, for other purposes. Hundreds of thousands of people in our various towns appreciate this policy and we know you will do so, too, if you will think it over. We are featuring another bargain in fancy cakes. A real buy for everyone.. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Orland Dewey and sons of Ogden visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. I. Dewey, during the week. Honeyville The public school children, under the direction of their teachers, presented a very good operetta Friday. It was enjoyed by everyone in town. Miss Aileen Christensen of Brig1 ham and Miss Ethel Lund of Logan spent the week-en- d visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hunsaker. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Pierce of Los Angeles announce the birth of a daughter, Barbara Gae, on January 29. The mother was formerly Miss Gladys Bowen of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Narris Boothe are rejoicing over the birth of a daughter City preparatory to filling a mission at their home in Montana. The baby in the northwestern states. arrived January 12. On Saturday the bishopric and ward Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Chlarson are entertained at the L. D. S. hall. The rejoicing over the arrival of a son at was enjoyed by a large numprogram their home January 17. folMrs. D. Jenson of Brigham spent ber of Orvil's friends.wasThe dance encertainly program a couple of days with her daughter, lowing the joyed. Music was furnished by the Mrs. Cyril Howarth. orchestra. There were many There are several families in town Elwood out of town friends here to bid good in radios the last enjoying purchased luck to the young man. A purse of two weeks. Miss Erma Harper, who is spending $150 was presented him. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hunsaker enfViA winter f S'ilf T.tikn rSfrv with Retha Tolman over the week- tertained a number of relatives and friends at a card party Tuesday eveend. Miss LeOra Hunsaker, who is em- ning. Arnold Wintle, who recently underployed at Ogden, visited her parents went an operation at Ixigan, is back here over the week-enWednesday night the young people at school. of the ward entertained at a shower Subscribe for The Leader only for Arvil Hunsaker, who left Sunday for the missionary home at Salt Lake $2.00 a year. i 0, SjjSgCgpS viifl OWEC TO SKIRTS Old Adam and Eve came back they say To see what the gowns looked like today. But they turned around and went back because They were just as scant as they used to was. ".See that fist, Midnight? When I hit your face with that you're going to look down your back without turning your head." "Huh, am dat so? See dat foot? Once I kicks you with that, every time you sit down you'll leave a footprint," d. n A Did you read about the liberal Scotchman who died and left twenty thousand dollars to the mother of the "unknown" soldier? Clew Aim the music with THE MODEL 46, the mew all --electric Foll-vibio-h receiver. Dial. Uses 7 A. C. tubes and t rectifying tube, with doubU power tube (luge. Without tubes, $87. MODEL F-- 2 (Electro-Dynami- speaker. True to the whole range of music. $36. COME in and listen to Atwater new Electro-D- y n amic radio. You'll appreciate hishabit of perfecting a set before putting it on the market, You hear all the deep low notes yes, indeed! But they don't intrude, don't boom. You merely know that when the or- chestra leader calls for the drums, the tuba and the bass viol they respond with their MODEL 53, Mrs. Max Kloerig of Garland is in the Valley hospital suffering from an abdominal disturbance. At this writ-nishe is reported to be slightly better. George Welsh was taken to the Valley hospital last Friday suffering from runtured appendix. He was operated the same day, his condition at this time being very favorable to re- Cash Paid For Eggs Thursday a dinner was given at the home of Mrs. M. A. Lish, it being her 72nd birthday anniversary. The following children enjoyed dinner ar.d a social evening: Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Ault, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lish, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lish, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Burbank and the following grandchildren: Mr. and Mrs. Duett Mabel Ault, Irene, Tillie, Nomi, Lucille, Gloria, Renay, Luella, Barbara and Jessie May Lish and Darrell and Mildred Jean Loveland, being the of Mrs. M. only A. Lish. The picture show was attended by a large audience Friday night. Saturday night Thatcher's basket ball team came here and played the Deweyville M Men. The score was 56 to 27 in favor of the Deweyville team. Mr. and Mrs. Con Fryer entertain ed the following at an oyster supper .Saturday night: Messrs. and Mes- dames Frank Germer, J. A. Fryer, Clarence Fryer, Alvin Norr, Wilford Miller, Duett Lowland, Marvin Dustman, A. R. Burbank and Tom Wheat-leCards was the diversion of the evening. Mrs. Duett Loveland was in Ogden Hospital Notes VALLEY HOSPITAL 1 FEBRUARY 14, 1929 Electro Dynamic act. Compact. 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