BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY. APRIL 10. 1930. PAGE EIGHT Tremonton Locals Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winchester made a business trip to bait Lake WeVe AU Boyfrig Our mesaay. Mrs. G. H. Watland was visiting in Brigham, Tuesday, Mrs. Mattie Stone returned to Tremonton, Sunday and has assumed the auues oi uoranan, naving oeen ta that Twv;it.inn in Januarv PASTER OUTF d make the Library mora efficient to serve the public. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sorensen and daughters Wanda and Beth accompan ied Dy Mrs. j. n. rams, an or Anmo atoDsied in Tremonton. Friday on thir way to Salt Lake and visited with Mr. and Mrs. frank Meldrum. Mr. and Mrs. David Conger were called to Rock SDrincs. Wvominir n account of the death of the 11 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hawkes. Their two children were both stricken with sninal mononiriHc The younger child is reported im proving. Mr.and Mrs. Parley Archibald and children were Sunday guests of Mrs. Sarah Archibald. Thomas Hawes of Ogden was up ounaay visiting ms wife, who has oeen nere visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Peter Marshall. Mrs. Zina Barkle has accepted a position as saleslady in the store of w. A. Westmoreland, on the corner of zna south and Tremont Street. Mrs. Frank Taylor returned Wednesday from Burley, Idaho, where she has spent two weeks visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Call. course and will fyg OPqnnoy Ca.Stor w Paris ln$pWd theie ntw f Mr. and Mrs. Glen K1HriH tained Mr. and Mrs. Hector Haight, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor. Mr .and Mrs. James Ransom, at a birthday uiimer, r nuay nignt. Mrs. Ellis Fowles, of Burley, Idaho, IS visitimr with her aiofor Mrs AWnlr ClLWh ' f Taylor. Mrs. Fowles, formerly, Miss caiis iaii, is a Dride of this month th 'dress fashions that Trench aesfgntrs Introduced . . . adapted for roar needs at only $14.75. Hneerle Every important detail is Included touches a t , the fitted hlpline , , , longer tldrt eSects, EPWORTH LEAGUE BUSINESS" MEETING AND SOCIAL The members of the Epworth Leacrue met at the home of Rav. and Mrs. A ,R. Dickson, Tuesday evening, lor a Dusiness session and social. Those present were: Margaret and William Jenkins, Bertha and Elias Landvatter, Odessa Wyatt, Lillian Morris, Mane MeDowall, Lucile Crop ley, Gloria Nichols, Anna Marie Rrenkman. T.vdia Mpistpr. and .Tamest Supan. After the business session, pames were enjoyed and light re ija ... we I if' Broadcloth Shlrfi 98c Marathon Hats $3.98 These sQk hose are e value that clever shop pers wffl recognUe. The tope snd soles are of mercerised hm a new bet and Marathon la the hat to buy, Styles and colore In the spirit of Spring. Fancy shirts ere the TOfne for Spring but if yon prefer them, there ere solid colore and white. Smart Oxfords $3.98 Spring Neckties 98c Tan or black which Is your choice? We have them both -- and we have them in a style to suit your taste. A looking necktie can do more for your Easter out fit than any other accessory you buy. . Nw Hah Silk Hotel $3.98 Straw hare come back , these are the new light weight fabrics in many new s IP. 1 $1.98 Ton most ed .111 offeu apptamprfla fitricT&rV E W til hp Song then Cka fcotuervtthre styles yottflf feOowB want their's brisk and smaru-w- e have the right suit to ' ... etylea, 1 Spring Suits $0.75 . $14-7- 5 That Ife 6Z i law l For imart men . Spring Frocks MI KID GLOVES Spring Footwear $3.98 freshments were served. a small price to pay SJSS such an Important part of your outfit . . , choose rem many new styles. 98c trn Rayon " Aria 93c Is APRIL FOOL PARTY Miss Pearl Bergstrom proved her self to De a very hospitable and charmini? hostess to the S. O TV H. club members and partners. The event being an April Fool party. Everything was a surprise to Miss Chemise, bloomers, pant?:s ;and stepins . . . so dainty '. . . so cool . , , and so inex- -' 'pensive. . d a. , Bergstrom but she showed her resourcefulness and ft crnmi thno g enjoyed by: Anna Miller, Phebe Jensen Maudell Seager, Edith Foxley, Pearl Peterson, Grace Madsen, Irene Pack. Lela Jenson. F.dnn Wnrt.Vino4in Thelma Harris, Ethel Miller, DeEsta Phvllis Paxton, Chet Holmgren. Frank, Willard Newman. Darrel Jones. Harry Woodward, Ned Bill Sommers, Rudgy Beck, Walt uaer, urvai urover, Mike Giles, Kudy Miner, Maurice Pack, Koss Coombs, Eldron, Waldron. Wal-dro- Boys' Suits Smart new models. Girls will find it hard to resist these adorable styles. With 2 Pairs of Pants For Spring n, Sizes 2 to 6, . Sizes' 7 to 14. $4.98 and $6.90 4 I East Tremonton munity is with them, at this time. Mr. and Mrs. George Abbott motored to Salt Lake Citv last Saturday. They were accomDanied home by their son, Emerson, who had been in the hospital for several weeks as a result of a broken ler received last winter while sleiVhing in Logan canyn. Elmer Woodruff and Lila Madsen of Madsen surprised their many friends last Saturday by slipping away to Farmington, where they wew cim'etly married. They are now in Salt Lake City where they expect to reside for the present. 0. L. Brouch and Elmer Anderson went to Salt Lake City on Saturday, to he present at the opening sessions f the Centennial conference. Mr. Bromrh returned Sundny. and Mr. Anderson remained until the first of the weok. Mrs. Hymm Tibhets and little son, of Lo""n visits her sister. Mrs. Geo. .Abbott on Monday evenintr M. Woodruff was a conference visitor in Salt Lake City, the week- end. K. H. Fndal. Jr. and sons, motored to S1t Take City. Sunday nd. attended Conference, returning in the Ho was accompanied home bv "irs. Fndal, who hd been in Tke City, since Thursday, also bv us Mas pndai. who has returned home for the summer. Mrs. RG. Brough and daughters. Mr. Frwes Hill, Mrs. Iavon Garfield nnd Donna, were Ogden visitors on Thursday. Mr J""1 Mrs- JGarfield. ami Mrs. Charles Garfielft. and Misses Vanda and Leona Garfield were visitor, jr. Salt Lake City, Sunday and Monday. Mrs. 0. A. Senn-e- r was conference visitor in Salt Lake Citv, Thurs-daand Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cook, of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Ero nd .Anstin Seager. motored to Salt T,ake City. Wednesday, to witne- - the Pageant, "The Message of The Ages." r. eve-"ms- slt , - - - oon-rer,- v n, ' NOTICE! The organization cla hf the Frm Burepu will moet S'tuntav rt o'clock at the cluK rnnrva W, D. Porter of the IT S A. C. will h" present to conduct t class. Tt i, worth ybwr while to attend flaws on Organisation, and all of nil organizations are cordially invited. "'n 7i end wth FabrcbcaSmam two peire of lenifes, end twists fa Sprmg ehadee. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson received the sad news. Sundav momincr that their son George, had passed away in California, as a result of injuries received in an automobile accident last week. The sympathy of the entire com- i totf SLker. Spring Hats Fancy Anklets 19 to 49c $1.98 - f . $9.90 Jojt $7.90 to $12.75 -f- Pit Qirls' Coat$' Boys' Caps 98c I Boys1 Shirts I 49c o.u.jra 5NNEYC. TTvi M EAST MAIN STREET, TREMONTON, Mr. Humphries' talk the orchestra and the Girls Glee Club each gave a numI School ber and Fern Capener gave a reading. .i Spring fever is prevalent among the The Bear River chapter of the entire student body. The physical edFuture Farmers of America. Drovided ucation classes are the only ones that are able to take full advantage of the Vernal W. John was the speaker. The beginning to realize that we only have Garland Ward Quartet gave some in- six more weeks of school. teresting numbers that were entirely appropriate. Howard B. Gunderson presented the pins awarded to the boys for their work in agriculture. Ford Richards was the nnlv nn whn received a "State Farmer" pin. Most of the boys who have had agriculture W. A. Lemmons from the western for two years received their "Future part of the county, plead guilty to a Parmer" nins. Tho hnvs wVin Vinvo haA charge of manufacture of liquor, in agriculture for one year received their the city court during the past week, reen nana pins. These pins are and was sentenced to six months in for the regular work in agriculture, the county jail with three months not special awards. in the event a fine of $299 is The special awards that were made paid. The complaint was sworn to by went to Reed Anderson and Fred E. D. Taris, federal prohibition agent Sommers. Reed Anderson received from Idaho, who reported that his the first prize, a gold medal, from the office had information to the effect uian Mate canKers Association. He that liguor from the defendant's raised the heaviest litter of pigs of locality had been supplying Burley any high school boy in the United and Oakley with unlawful beverage States. Fred Sommers won second ior some time. in the grain growing contest He was given a silver medal by the John Juan Aoruila. Mexican, was rfnvift Deere Company. The school is proud of the way the boys are bringing ed by a jury in the District Court of honor to themselves and the school voluntary manslaughter in connection by their verv fine work in mrrimlhirp wjmi me aeatn 01 ,usebio Gonzalez at The Atrenda plnh mt. TWertnv arA Promontory Point some months ago. Mr. Aguilla was sentenced by Judge carried out the following program: Harris to serve an indeterminate term flnncr rs.V.. l.i UUIB IjUtM in the stat prison. Marim-iStnVoo Reading Piano solo Norma Anderson Aftfr the nrocram th nnoetinn nt Benita Juarez of Garland plead club Dins Was taken nn nnrl riianiucnrl guilty to a complaint issued by by the girls. Orders were taken by County Attorney Lewi Jones, sworn the officers for pins for the senior to by John H. Zundel, Sheriff, charggirls. ing him with two offenses, one with Mr. Smith attended th possession of "raisen jack", an intoxand Administrators of Schools Con icating liquor, and the other to possesvention, Thursday and Friday of last sion of a fire arm, contrary to the week. laws of the state, he being a foreignThe bovs clubs also mrt TWe.lnv er. Mr. Juarez, through nn interSome of the boys seem to be inter- preter, plead guily to both charges ested in science and literature, but the and was sentenced to thirty days with majority prefer to study and talk dur- the alternnt've of ?50 in the Honor the ing h;Jf hour period. rase, and a f 25 fine on the fire arm. At the assembly on Wednesday. Mr. The arrest of Juarez came as a result Humpheries was tho speaker. He is of search and seizure warrants issued the supervisor of agriculture for the hy Justice John J. Shumway, of high schools of Utah. In addition to High Notes -I- District Court News sus-pedn- ed o - UTAH Salt Lake City Plans completed for installation of lights on Main to Thirty-thir- d representing Street from Twenty-firSouth streets. Methodist Church NoteS V??iy' Junior Sunday school 10 A. M. Church service 11 A. M. Story sermon. "Photographs." Special music by the Junior choir. Epworth League 7 p. M. Lucile Cropley, Leader. Service of worship 8 P. M. Sermon subject: "THREE GROSSES." Special music by the Junior choir. Alvin R. Dickson, Pastor the National Wool Marketing Corp., ' decided advantage can be Mr. Don McLoughlin st will be there and will explain the detailed plan. He will be prepared to advance $1.00 per fleece so those interested in the market of their 1930 clip had better be on hand. Monday night at 8:00. They will handle all farm flocks from one to 700 fleeces. Leland J. Hansen. Harden Bennion, State Commission- er of Agriculture, reports Utah's peach crop wlil be up to average this year. Coalville Bee. Salt Lake City State Road Commission discussed estimates of cost of applying crude oil to State highways insouthem Utah, as far North as Beaver. Three flower shows Taylorsville Ogden Weber County Poultry will be held here this year. Association held meeting here. Pro-duce- NOTICE . All wheat and grain growers of the Bear River Valley, Blue Creek and Hansel Valleys, are requested to meet Saturday, March 12th, at the Commercial club rooms at Tremonton to organize a local and to sign up wheat contracts with the Intermountain Grain Gowers of the National Grain Marketing Corporation, W. H. Barrett mgr. So as not to conflict, the dariymen's meeting called for the same hour at tho L. D. S. Hall will meet just previous to the grain meeting in the Club rooms at 8 o'clocK. Peter C jC .Peterson. Rperptnrv Bear River Valley Bairymen's Ass'n 1 Stop luntm for the best there is to be had in Spring Clean-U- p PAINTS - VARNISHES GLASS BRUSHES STAINS PUTTY FURNITURE POLISH CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mrs. Cythiann Hinman, who passed away at her home in Garland on Tuesday, April 1, desire to express their heartfelt grati- tude for the many kindnesses and sympathy extended in their hour of bereavement, which sought to lighten the burden of their grief at the passing of a loved wife and mother. M. L. Hinman and family. We have the best that money can buyand we are here to make good if the article we sell doesn't. , All farmers having a few sheep on their places will be interested to know that the North Cox Elder Co. Farm Bureau has arranged for a local wool pool with tho Utah Wool Growers for the markptimr f thmr wool through the National Wool Marketing Coro. A meeting of all wool nvn is called for Mon. Anril 14th 8 P. M. in the Commercial Club room.i Tremonton. If 700 flrerfs or tnnrp rnn ho 1n.wl in a marketing pool in the materials Wilson Lumber Co. PHONE 11 n w "EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING" mi rs'