Pie Four BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, Broach, were shopping in Ogden, Sat-- j urday and on the way home-- rialUd I? I with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dodd of j Harper. I By Mrs. P. E. Ault Mrs. George Abbott and daughter, i Katherine, motored to Logan Friday. :x: Mrs. Amoa Hansen and children of They were accompanied home by Rae, Elvrood and her mother, Mrs. George who spent the week at home. 0. L. Brough was a business visitor in Salt Lake City Friday and in Brigham City on Monday. Monday evening Calvin Kay, our genial bus driver, was pleasantly surSWIMMING prised when a group of neighbors and friends called at his home and spent AND a few hours in honor of his birthday anniversary. DANCING Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrison of Burt, visited several days with Mr. Special Rates to Schools and Mrs. Thomas Kay. and Clubs Miss Leona Garfield was a visitor in Lewiston, Sunday. Arthur Nell and Miss Zoie Garfield of Lark, were Saturday and Sunday guests of J. 0. Garfield and family. I 4- - . TREMONTON IDEAL CRYSTAL SPRINGS Hartley and Stokes Just Home Folks mmmmmmmmm SATURDAY SPECIALS SOAP No. 2 ft A TO IO 15c 2 Cans Costal Wedding Ui M 1 0C Per Package BEANS RIPE HILL 15c Ld, oo Fancy IIead 5 ZjC Pounds PORKandBEANS Large 2'z Can M. CLEANSER (Chore Boy FREE with each can) STRAWBERRIES ORANGES Per Cup . 9C 5c 10c Large Head 5 K. 12c LETTUCE i 25c , CORN TRMONTON I NEWS AND SOCIAL ITEMS I I 1 etf i :x: Demont Dockstader motored to Salt Lake City Friday returning Saturday accompanied by his wife who returned home after spending the past two weeks in the L. D. S. Hospital. Hulda Miester returned also after visiting her sister, Mrs. Dockstader, for the past week. Mr .and Mrs. Dan Getz and small daughter of Elko, Nevada, called on relatives and friends here Wednesday and Thursday. T. O .Harris returned Sunday after spending a week in Portland and Bak er City .Oregon and Boise, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Pierson, Jr. of Edmunds, Idaho, were week end visitors at the home of George A. Pierson Mr .and Mrs. Oscar Dockstader of Rupert, Idaho, visited Tuesday at home of Mr. and Mrs. Demont Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson and Mrs. C. T. Thompson left Tuesday for Gunnison, to attend the funeral of Mrs. C. T, Thompsons sister, Mrs. Lena Fjeldsted. Mildred Stone of Brigham City, and Denton C. Black of Salt Lake City, were week end guests of Mrs. Mattie Stone. June Winchester entertained her Sunday school class at a marshmal- low roast at her home Saturday evening. Mrs. Carrie Drew was hostess at a silver tea given at her home Wednesday. Twenty ladies enjoyed the afternoon. Later refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Keller and daughter, Doris, and Mrs. H. C. Haight and two children attended the funeral of Mrs. E. T. Capener in Salt Lake City, Wednesday. Margaret Woodsides, Mrs. Ruth n ,Mrs. Sallie Gephart and Mrs. N. E. Shaw visited the Miriam chapter of 0. E. S. in Ogden, Tuesday evening. Mrs. D. W. Jenkins was a business visitor in Salt Lake City Tuesday. She attended a meeting of state executive committee of the W. C. T. U., also with the prominent dry forces of the state of Utah. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas and two small children visited Sunday with Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr .and Mrs. J. G. Bennett at Malad. Mrs. Gertrude M. Hanson returned to her home in Mink Creek Sunday after spending the winter at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Keller. A number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of J. A. Frazier Sunday in honor of his birthday, he being 78 yers old. A delicious dinner was served to firty guests. A great surprise occured when his son, J. J). Frazier and family who have been gone 18 months, drove in from California. All enjoyed a delightful time. Miss Edythe Gephart was hostess at a bridge luncheon and shower Sat--1 urday afternoon in honor of Miss Jennie Peck, whose marriage to Wes- ley Gephart is to take place next month. Miss Peck was the recipient1 of many beautiful gifts. Those en-- j joying the afternoon included: Miss- Su-pa- I UpRtl LaVera Manning, 1&3 Mary Gddie, Myrle Limb, Blanche Thompson and Mesdames Hunter Gaddie, Virgil Carter, Connie Driggs, Delos Thompson, Milan Peck and Miss Virgie Fraugh-to- n NEW:U.S.CAF& Now Open for Business of Logan. ' IN OLD SHIELD CAFE QUARTERS Miss Edythe Gephart entertained at a six o'clock dinner at her home on Under New Management Sunday evening to the following guests: Miss Virgie Fraughton, Miss Jennie Peck, George Blair, Dean Mus-sand Wesley Gephart. Friday afternoon the girls, of the primary, surprised their teacher, Mrs. Rodney Morrison, it being her birthday. A social afternoon was spent telling stories and playing games, after which lovely refreshments were served. The girls presented Mrs. Morrison with a cannon set. Mrs. Harry Taylor was hostess to the V. G. F. club last Wednesday. Besides the club members there were six special guests invited. After spending the evening sewing, a delicious luncheon was served at small tables. HARRY KOZIM A, Prop. er I i r'i ai I ii 'll ami m n X Kalsomining ALL WORK GUARANTEED DEWEY RAMSDELL : : : : PHONE TREMONTON 134 Special Spring Prices Complete Line of Wallpaper Samples E G. By. Mrs. David Larson PHONE Scott Drug Co. 47.. . TREMONTON, UTAH rirwir rt m I Prescription Specialists FINEST OF FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND LIGHT LUNCHES recently returned missionaries, were speakers in Sunday sacrament meet1 ing. Roy Barnard and Wayne Jensen, of Los Angeles, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Alva Rhodes and family. Mrs. L. R. Shaffer, son, Kenneth, daughter, Carmen, and Lenna and Mrs Joseph Oyler, and daughter, Lucile, This is your drug store, come and make yourself at home Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Laub. Mrs. Bertha Korth of Brigham returned to her home after a pleasant week's visit with her son, F. G. Kcrth and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Deem, of Brigham, were Sunday guests of Mr .and Mrs. Edwin Isaacson. Misses Laetta and Fay Madsen of Salt Lake City, and Magna, and Mrs. Delbert Madsen and Leon of Magna, motored here to spend Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Mary Sorensen and Pointers to Economy motored to Logan Sunday to visit with At GEPHARTS family. MEN'S Mrs. Laura Oleson of Brigham City, is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. E S. m Da!n4iriff - DaitAiilianMinM EAST GARLAND Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Edwards and children, of Los Vegas, were visiting with the L. R. Shaffer family, Saturday. Mrs. Ross Rhodes and children spent last week in Ogden as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom White. William King and Chester Boss of Garland and Miss Aileen Calderwood, inn in i dMi Dress Shirts Hansen and family. East Garland feels complimented to have been awarded second place among the six one act plays presented in the stake M .1. A, contest, Tuesday evening, at Garland. Mrs. Orval Gro Ver directed the winning play, "Peg gy." 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