|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
PAGE SEVE3 BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1933 STOP GAS PAINS! GERMAN ELWOOD HOWELL REMEDY GIVES RELIEF Mrs. IL P. Rasmussen Acting on BOTH upper and lower :x: bowels Adlerika washes out all poiMr. and Mrs. Elias Andersen and sons that cause gas, nervousness and daughter. Norma, returned last Tues bad sleep. One dose gives relief at day from a trip to Provo, visiting Mr. once. Scott Drug Company, Tremon-ton- , and Mrs. Dennisen and daughter ana Utah. (Adv.) other friends. They also visited relaj tives at Ogden. Mrs. Ira Andersen and children, An- the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. nie and Bobbie, Mrs. Amos P. Hansen Lawrence Hansen. and children, Ardes and Boyd, were! A telegram was received last MonLogan visitors last Tuesday. Bobbie' day by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hunsaker Andersen remained to visit with his of Sugar City, Idaho, that a son was cousin, Jackie Christensen until Fri- born to Mr. and Mrs. Marion ! Mur-doc- ' day. k, July 31st. Mrs. Murdock was A babv firirl was born to Mr. and formerly Miss Gladys Hunsaker. Mrs. Andy Jensen, Friday, August, Word was also received of a son 4th. All concerned are quite well. born to Bishop and Mrs. Fond Hun-- ! Many neighbors and friends of Mr. saker of Los Angles, California, born Frazier, attended his funeral at Tre-- j July 7th. Mrs. Hunsaker was formermonton, last Friday, to show the love ly Miss Marie Adams. respect they had for our old pio- - j Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sorensen and friend, being a resident of El-- 1 daughter, Abelona, of Winsor, Coloj vlfyt for over thirty years. rado, were week end guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Frazier and and Mrs. Ira Andersen. Mrs. Sorenchildren. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Frazier sen and Mrs. Andersen are cousins. and children, Buhl Frazier and Mrs. They have corresponded but never J. D. Johnson and children, all of met. This was ended by a joyous California, came home to see their meeting. father and remained to attend his funMr. and Mrs. Sorensen were on their eral and comfort their dear mother. way back from Portland, Oregon, Mrs. Lawrence Durant and baby where they attended a golden wedding daughter ,of Salt Lake, is visiting at of her uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Kroksh left Saturday in company with friends from Both-we- ll on a trip to Bear Lake. There they went through the power house that pumps the water from the lake into Bear liver. On Sunday they went to the Henry stampede at Soda Springs, returning by Lava Hot Springs arrived home Monday, having J j aat nef III j FULLERWEAR Floor Enamel 'What an opportunity! Imagine Fuller' fines floor enamel at prices like tbeael But remember these specially redneed prices are for two weeks only from August 3 to IS (inc.). Fullerwear Floor Enamel is the finest mad. hard wear. it lasts. Doesn't waters-pIt stands And is easily washed. Many colors to choose from. Sara money. Refiniih your floors now. See one of the Fuller Psint Dealers listed below right away because this offer will not be repeated special Again this year. -- ot. two-wee- DELINQUENT NOTICE Blue Mrs. Roscoe Stoddard t X :x: Mrs. Rebecca Cutler, Mrs. Wm. Nel son of Snowville, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Adams of Thatcher, have been visitors at the home of Bishop and' I Mrs. C. B. Gunnell, this week. Willard Cranney, who lately return- - j ed from a mission in California, is Animal Bi-Produ- n faints the paints that last ECK PAINT . Qaort Lustrous, Many colors. .... Pint Hard, touch finish for all interior ENAMEL ' uses. Your Most Precious Gift YOUR EYES interiorfin-iiJsh- . long-lastin- g Quick-dryin- SPEED: 7E VARHiSH Quart Fullerene Wax gives a silken sheen that beautifies as well as protects. Stands hard wesr. Pound POLIJHIriG WAX West's most popular finish for interior walls and woodwork. Washable. Quart fUUERGLO .... Wess Service Station W. H. DUNN. Prop. MM FOR ICE Beverages & Coal SEE BESSINGER BROS. TREMONTON, UTAH 36: : 0sXanmam STAKE M.I. A. OUTING Bear River Stake M. I. A. Swimming and Dancing Party Will be Held at Crystal Springs, Tuesday, August 15, 1933 (corrected date) . Luncheon and Program to Start at 7 :30. Danc-at9:0- 0. Adm. to Dance 35c Per Couple. Ladies free. cts mmm ty POACH ft JOB-FRE- E With Each Oil Change Wanted Animals Dead or Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Hansen, for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Gertrude Hansen on Sunday. It was in honor of her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs.A. J. West and daugh ter, Dorotha, of Lehi, called on Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Mann and Mr. and Mrs. Kim Mann Monday on their way home from Yakima, where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Orwin Mann. Mrs. Syril Wright and children of Ogden, visited relatives and friends here last Friday. She was accompanied back by her daughter, Larraine, who has been visiting with Norma and Ellen Hansen. 95c FREE -- GREASE son-in-la- Why waste time and money on cheap-qualipaints, when you can buy Fuller Stands hard outside use. Glossy finish. Doesn't show water marks. NOTICE There are delinquent upon the following described stock on account of assessment levied on the 15th day of April, 1933, on the several amounts set opposite the respective shareholuers as follows: Name No. Cert Shares Amt. 37 3 H. P. Barber $ 30.50 visiting with his daughter and 152.10 Antone Kaiser .... 26 120 Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Munk and H. P. Barber 28.60 34 28 j family. 23.19 40 Ellis Wood 40 Mrs. Norman Nelson and children G. J. Wood 66.70 50 64 hav returned home after having spent Est. J. B. Brown 72 29 89.53 the summer at Logan and College C. E. Gunnell 144.12 99 77i Ward. j Fred 151 82.29 Douglas 76 - 120 The friends of Mrs. Peter Hansen' C. B. Gunnell 78 - 85 19.76 62 will be pleased to learn that after her Jesse Rock 26.65 19 87 serious illness, she is improving nice- - Victor Fonnesbeck 96 27.40 20 75 Nesson .. 101 13.75 Edgar 28.75 Douglas Merrill of Clifton, was call- - J. A Shriber ...... 104 115 And in accordance with the law and ing on friends here the fore part or the week. an order of the board of directors C. E. Gunnell is spending the week made on the 5th day of July, 1933, so i here with his family. many shares of each parcel of such Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Wood were Salt stock as may be necessary will be Lake business visitors, Friday. sold at the office of the secretary at Miss Cora Forsgren returned home Howell, Utah on the 2nd day of SepMonday after her trip to Chicago, tember, 1933, at the hour of 2 p. m. where she reports having had an ex- to pay delinquent assessments thereon .together with the costs of adverceptionally fine trip. Farmers in this section are having tising and expense of sale. considerable trouble with their har CARL C. SHRIBER, vesters. The grain is so thin that t4. Secretary. break downs are not a rare thing and it looks as if the harvesting season will extend well into the fall. A number of our women attended the Relief Society stake social held at Tremonton, Tuesday. Alive Mrs. Mirl Mason visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker, Wednesday. If dead notify us at once. Miss Florence Anderson who is em Phone Logan 49 and Reverse ployed at J. C. Penney's at Brigham, Charges Prompt Service spent the early part of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Anderson. Miss Maud Anderson, who Colorado has been visiting at Brigham for a Co. couple of weeks, returned home with spent a very enjoyable trip. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Larsen and children went to Franklin Saturday to visit relatives. Mrs. Larsen, Orpho and Darrell stayed in Franklin for a visit.H. P. Larsen was accompanied back by Irene and Miss Dale Lowe, her. When coasting down the Beaver Dam hill he lost control of the car when it went over in loose gravel and turned over 3 times landing on its wheels again. All were badly shaken up and Miss Lowe received a wrenched wrist. The car was almost demolished. Deon Christensen gave a lawn party to her Sunday school class on Thurs day. She was assisted by Fay Han sen and LaVern Petersen, All enjoy ed the day. H. C. Hansen went to Mink Creek, at such regular prices as these. Buy today, while Fuller prices are still low. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Creek Irrigating Co., Howell, Box Elder County. Utah. r.n tfidwt mm m fts history DON'T NEGLECT THEM M.I2 65c We have the latest methods and equipment for examining j them. -- 95c WILSON LUMBER V' GHEQIDSi COMPANY Boiacl on the latest retail registration figures from R. L Folk 4 Company (all state for five full months). Since January first Chevrolet has sold in excess of 370,000 passenger cars and truck. QHHElEs IT IS WISE AND THRIFTY TO People have come to expect Chevrolet to lead the world in automobile sales. But this year Chevrolet has done even more than that. According to the latest available figures, Chevrolet alone has sold almost as many cars this year e field combined! as all the rest of the BUY NOW! low-pric- Prices Are Advancing ft'- - When a car looms above its field like that, there can't be any argument about it. It must be better buy. And that's exactly an all-rou- LW&TfvEiasoN nd what Chevrolet offers you. Fisher bodies, with the new ventilation system and the strongest and quietest body construction of the day-s- olid A steel over a sturdy hardwood frame. for six engine, unapproached valve-in-he- economy . . . Cushion Balanced to blot out vibration . . . full of snap and vigor altogether e the most efficient engine in the field. -- low-pric- Then there's with Silent Second, the Starterator, Simplified Free Wheeling, the Octane Selector, long, parallel-mounte- d springs-m- ore advancements than we have space to describe. And Chevrolet prices are as low as $445. Don't guess buy from the leader. Get a car that has been proved sound and dependable by more owners than any other automobile you can buy. CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICH. Syncro-Mes- h All prices t. o. b. Flint, Mich. Special equipment extra. dellrered prices and easy O, AT. A. C. terms. ad Lorn Slaal olona is not enough. IlllUIIIZIIIIIIIIZIIIIIin r h h on Government Tax of 70c per hundred does not apply wheat exchange for flour. 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