|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
PAGE FIVE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1933 EAST TREMONTOJ? Mrs. P. E. Ault Sixteen members of the Ladies farm bureau enjoyed an outing in Logan can yon last Thursday. The party made the trip in the bus of Calvin Kay, leaving at 5:30 in the morning. Breakfast was prepared upon arriving in the canyon and a bounteous dinner was served later. The day was spent hiking, visiting, resting, tak ing pictures, etc. All returned in the evening feeling refreshed for spending a day in the cool, shady canyon. Miss Augusta Brough was hostess to the T. T. T. club Thursday evening. .Tie evening was spent sewiner and ty refreshments were served the N4--'iests. The Misses Mabel Michaelis. l)orothy Riser, Marion Johnson, Max-in- e Austin of Garland, and Miss Edna Mae Ward of Riverside, were guests. Mrs. 0. L. Brough had as guests Mrs. Mae Sunday, her Toone of Salt Lake, and niece and hus ban, Mr. and Mrs. Monson of Pleasant sister-in-la- Grove. Miss Mary Friual returned Saturday evening from a week's visit with her aunt, Hazel Wright of Salt Lake City. Mrs. Louie Veteto, Mrs. Madsen and Mrs. Ivy Madsen of Modsen, were callers at the P. E. Ault home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hill, Mr. and Mrs Seymore Hill and Oral Hill have spent me past, wees visiung in jegranae, Oregon. GARLAND DEWEYVILLE Mrs. Geo. A. Beal Mrs. Thomas Ault On Thursday afternoon at the home Saturday after six weeks traveling in of their leader, Mrs. James Gardner, the junior girls of the Y. L. M. I. A., Canada and the eastern U. S. A. Miss LoVera Manning motored to entertained their mothers. A short Salt Lake City Sunday to meet her program was presented after which parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Manning various games were played. Refreshon their return from a trip east. They ments were served to twelve. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gittens return all came home Sunday evening. ine weiisvine ward choir gave a ed home on Wednesday after visiting very fine musical program in Garland, at Boise, Butte, and Cardston, Canada. Sunday evening. The meeting was Their son, Edwin, returned with them held in the tabernacle. There was a for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hansen of Salt large and appreciative audience pres ent. Lake visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Annie A. Munns returned Sat- Mrs. M. M. Gardner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dewey spent a urday from her trip to Chicago and few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. other eastern cities. Mrs. Virginia Nowland, Mrs. Law John Werble and their grandson, Bobrence Woodard and Emery Marriott bie at West Jordan. Mr .and Mrs. Inthus Barlow of Clear went to Ogden Saturday to meet their Slarriott were visiting friends here on Mrs. on her field, mother, Brigham return from a trip east. Wednesday. v Theo Harmon of Murray, Jay Har Mrs. Joseph Johnson and children mon of Boise, Idaho, and their sister, and Mr .and Mrs. Ralph Keeler of OgEdna, visited at the Geo. A, Beal home den spent a few days at the home of Wednesday. The young folks are rela Mrs. J. W. Spackman and Mrs. Hor ace R. Barnard of this place. tives of Mrs. Beal. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Marble of Salt Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Leonard of Wash ington, D. C, are here to spend a few Lake City spent the week end here weeks visiting at the home of Mrs. with Mr .and Mrs. S. A, Marble. Edwin Gittens of Butte, Montana, Leonard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Sweeten. Charles Cashell, also of visited his parents here on Thursday. Thora Dewey visited relatives .at Washington D. C, and a friend of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, came with them West Jordan. and will visit at the Sweeten home Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jensen and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Axel for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hansen came Hassel and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Suds-berr- y Lorna and Arthur Evans returned to their home in Oakland, California, Mon home Tuesday afterpending the past day evening, after a month's visit with week visiting with relatives in Wartheir grandmother, Mrs. George ren. Mayor Lorenzo W. Anderson and son, L. W., Jr., and Mrs. Amy Hansen, The Merry Maids cooking club of all of Brigham City, visited with Mr. Elwood, met at the home of their and Mrs. L. O. Johnson and Mr and leader, Luella Romer. The club start- Mrs. C. E. Anderson on Monday. ed at 8:30 Thursday morning. The Orval Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter morning was spent in preparing break-,fa- t. Hanson and family of Warren, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. r E. Louis Johnson, this week. Mrs. J. L. Harvey came home Wednesday after spending a month with relatives and friends in Salt Lake City and Lehi. The Misses Edna Capener and Ver-n- a Hansen left Thursday for Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith and two IF dead notify us at once. sons, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and Phone Logan 49 and Reverse family of Salt Lake City, were guests at the A. R. Capener home last Charges Prompt Service V- - Dead or Alive Colorado Animal Bi-Produ- and children, all of this place, met with other relatives at the Crystal Springs in honor of Mr. Couch of Garland, father and grandfather of the above mentioned. A dainty dinner was enjoyed and the afternoon spent in visiting and swimming. The only remedy for love at first and that doessight is second-sigcome until after n't marriage. Co. cts ht SAVE 2c on GAS Mrs. J. Our Finest One Grade Only Gasoline for 21c Per Gallon Any person proving this gasoline not a first grade product selling regularly for 23c a gallon will be given $10. W. H. DUNN. Prop. YES In the ball game Snowville played Howell with Snowville winning the game. The game between Stone and ..;iirniilTI I 1 Samaria, was a tie. Mrs. Jos. Dunn entertained her par ents from Poeatello last week. Her little sister is visiting her for a few days Giles Vanderhoof and son, Melvin, of Sparks, Nevada, visited his mother, Mrs. L. M. Vanderhoof last week. Misses Thelma Hansen and Miss Bradley of Salt Lake City, were guests at the home of Mrs. H. J. Robbins last week. Mrs. D. J. Cutler entertained in hon or of her daughter, Darlene's fourth birthday, Monday. Eight little guests were present. J. H. Garn of Fielding frac tured her left arm Wednesday. Mrs. UTAH OUfc 17 gXTITXXirXXrXirTTITTTTTYYTT Government Tax of 70c per hundred does not apply on wheat exchange for flour. Grist To HONEYVILLE Arid Get Our Best BIG J FLOUR M Bring Your Jensen Brother's Mill Honeyville, Utah t tfAVAV v.vava .. , CONSERVATIVE! .'I Womens Black Kid, 3 Eye Ties In The Newest Heels. , ! AVA'A'AVAVAV VAVAVAVVAA Mens Black Kid Dress Oxfords Plain Toe - Solid Leather $2.99 $2.99 Others at $2.49 & $1.99 Misses Nifty Novelties wiht solid Oak Leather soles .W.V.'?.V.V.V. I........... VAVAYAV 99c $1.39 $1.79 Regular " Boys Black Elk Oxfords t Childs Patent Oxford ft' 99c $1.99 ::t'. WORK Mens Black SHOES Kid Oxfords for Dress Soft Elk Leather MENS SCOUT SHOES Now on sale for a short time only .... Pair $1 19 $1,99 $2.49 visited friends here the first of last week. SERVICE LEA'S LEA DUNN, Prop. M ! iw,; t Girls Black Elk Oxford Mrs. P. W. Rogers of Logan, is spending the week with her cousin, Mrs. A. P. Larkin. Mr. and Mrs. Al Robbing of Ogden, visited their parents here last week. Mrs. W. F. Larkin of Ogden and Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Larkin of Howell we will trade your old ones Associated Gasoline and Oils TREMONTON v. 'i v.. i::: Miss Annie Hurd Prices Are Advancing frf W& liVERSON TIRES! for j. At the Prices You Want to Pay SNOWVILLE BUY NOW! XSL . v The Relief Society held a social and foods demonstration at the J. H. Ward home Tuesday. Thirty jauies were present and stake visitors were Mrs. Dora Brough, Mrs. Clara Fridal and Mrs. Mable Abbott and daughter, Ray. Lila Tubbs, Alma Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Laub spent Sunday at Bear Lake. Mrs. Francis Hess and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hess of Farmington, were visiting with Fiances Tubbs tne first of the week. Glen Walker of Poeatello, spent the week end here with her family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ward were in Salt Lake City last week. ., John I. Adams and wife and their IT IS WISE AND THRIFTY TO ' -. Af-to- n, Wess' Service Stcftion KJ) f.- NEW SHOES -F- ASHIONABLE SHOES SHOES FOR EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY 0. Hadfield thre daughters were visiting with rela tives and friends here last week. They returned to Center ville Sunday with Gilbert ringey. Mrs. Jesse Davis entertained at children's party for her son, Donald, last week. Mrs. Geo. Hales and daughter, have returned home from South Dakota, where they spent six weeks at the home of Geo Hales, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hadfield and daughter, Arlene, were calling on friends at Willard, Sunday. Horace Udy and Robert Macfarlane were in Qgden on business, Thursday. Mrs. Leland Capener will entertain the Clio Circle club today (Thursday.) v v RIVERSIDE . Wanted Animals 1 :x: :x: Miss Ruth Johnson returned home M M M MAKE GOOD OR WE DO Fronk Chevrolet Co. Treman ton, Utah Phone 21 ExttiraS ExtfiraS ExrtraX LAST - MINUTE - NEWS You can SAVE on your Blankets if you purchase them now, or even lay them away! Sure we agree it's hot weather now but the Savings you will make by buying NOW will merit your purchase. 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