|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
EY RIVE EADE TREMONTON, UTAH, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1933 VOLUME EIGHT NUMBER MORE THAN MILLION BACK TO TREMONTON MERCHANTS TO STAGE BIG "BACK TO SCHOOL DAYS" BARGAIN DAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26th WASHINGTON. It is conservatively estimated that more one one and than than quarter millions of persons have already been put back to work in the National Recovery drive. The goal is reemployment of six millions before winter. . The estimate of at least l,2oU,000 reemployed at this stage is ased on the codes of fair competition already in effect, by tem porary code agreements, and by industries that have come under the blanket code with some modifications. This estimate does not take 4-- H BEET TOUR, AUGUST 25, IS FORECAST; MANY NOTABLES TO PARTICIPATE " "Back to school days" will be fittingly observed by the merchants of this community Saturday, August 26th, when the stores will be thrown wide open to, the buying public to bargains seldom heard of in this or any other community. Frizes galore will be given away on that day. It will be the intention of the merchants to give the public an opportunity to buy merchandise needed to fit out the school children at prices which they cannot hope to attain again when their merchandise has to be replaced at wholesale prices now prevailing. Many commodities are rapidly rising and in order for the public to make their dollars go a long way, they should Crystal Springs in Readiness for Campfire Program Exceptional Program, at Which Farm Methods and Feeding Will Be Discussed, to be Held on Company Lawn; Free Lunch, Free Sugar Wheat Allotment Papers Are Ready For Distribution Committeemen appointed on the wheat allotment plan from all over BUY NOW. the county met at the L. D. S. hall Beginning at 4 p. m. on Friday, August 18, at the Crystal Springs, the The next issue of the Bear River Valley Leader will be . here Tuesday evening to receive final instructions from County Agent Robclub members of Box Elder coundevoted largely to telling the people, through its advertiseert Stewart, who had called the meetty plan on holding their annual Camp-fir- e ment columns and editorials, of tiiis big day in Tremonton. ing, on the manner of handling the program. Hundreds of people took advantage of Dollar Day held contracts to be signed by the wheat The program is as follows: a month ago. Even more and greater values will be offered growers. 4 to 5 p. m., games, swimming and Contracts were handed the commiton Back to School Days than were enjoyed on Dollar Day. baseball game. It will be optional to teemen and they were instructed to will Save event for on in a to that take part the all present go long way they up your pennies call where advisable at once meetings most interesting to them. The baseday in Tremonton. Watch for the next issue of the Leader contracts and the into the hands get labe between ball game will X for it will hold a big surprise for you. played of the wheat growers. dies' baseball teams of the north and The following men were appointed south parts of the county. in their respective districts to handle 5 to 6 p. m., stunts will be presented the work of getting the contracts to industry. hv rluhs af different communities. the farmers: Private shipbuilding plants are tak- - under the leadership of Mrs. Louie O. L. Brough for Tremonton and E. estimated an 27,000 Veteto of Deweyville ing back Tremonton; J, L. Weidman, Bear Rivestimatset code 7 was aside 6 been has for to textile The cotton p. m., Wm. er Eli Hawkins, Bothwell; City; ON ed to mean reemployment for 125,000. ' the lunch hour. Everyone is asked to Horace Richards, Fielding; Al Erick-solunch. No estimate has been made of the bring Beaver Dam; Lee Hendricks, Blue 7 to 9 p. m., the campfire program umber reemployed in industries allied Ed Mitchell, Hansel Valley; CO. Creek; the on of held north will the be slope lo those mentioned, but here again George Wood, Howell; Leon Gardner, oown to tne snore or tne lany thousands unquestionably have mil leading A. M. Reeder, Corinne; ville; Honey small crystal spnng lake. inismaKes been put back to work. Wayne Mason, Plymouth; Leland an ideal place for the campfire Wil1930 census of the figures; 8Analysis Riverside; George L. Bragger, Willard. that 54 out of every 100 work- -' Everyone,in the entire county is rs normally employed in the United In as much as there is no compensathis annual ; invited to attend dially the will be directly affected by tion attached to these appointments Club To farmers should contact these men and by getting campfire program. recovery campaign-eit- her secure their contracts from them as their iobs back, or havine their pres-- ! The local speaker's bureau of the; The NRA campaign in Box Elder soon as possible. ent hours shortened and their wages IrS. Wilson Lions club was brought into service county will be given added impetous raised. The census puts the number in Wednesday night when three of its Thursday when the county advisory of Americans gainfully employed Son members expostulated the doctrines of committee named by Lewis Jones, normal times at 49,000,000. About civic soul meet and the the will two Helen at T. her Mrs. NRA under come Wilson, community spirit, chairman, 29,000,000 of these the( by Cow of business and Box Elder County Chamber of Commerce in Brigham classifications affected by the NRA daughters Phyllis and Nettie, and ' ham Rutenbeck returned Saturday of Fair. City for its first meeting. viix son oi iut. aiiu mice The three Lions who occupied the: pres LeR last week from an extended visit in are Bishop of tue Lions Mrs. William jc Approximately 200,000 workers of this city, narWelsh, o B. Dr. D. vis-nJames were time which time east Green, 'the they during Qub in response to a request to going to lose their jobs entirely, but ited the World's serious rowly escaped injury the latand A. N. Fishburn. Being as ji ate an individual who will repre-hoFair at Chicago, ore is sorry about it. The census ter pait of 'last week when he was faith.-n men were all these were Fish-Juthe Other important places pretty i 8eat Tremonton, named A. N. figures show that this number of chil- - torical gored by a cow. Lions the club members gave them b grounds of the early rise of chairman. Another member under 1G have been employed in According to his parents, the little a amount anam oi and generous applause th udvigory committee from tli is fellow went to the pasture to drive the past in factory, mill, store, and Mormonism in Nauvoo, Carthage, made the If. other el rr county will be selected by ways boys that; end of the other industrial labor. All the codes other places in Illinois, and Indepen-thu- s they had in the cows, unbeknown to his parents, done a fair job of it. re-- : dence, Missouri. blanket Lions club and these two and and the Garland the far approved, ! ' of Og-Fred Commissioner attempted to drive a cow with a Williams, also took a trip into the Black with N. L. Hansen, chairman of the new calf and the cow became enraged employment agreement, contain pledg- - HillThey Dakota his also was with den,, and, present of and visited the retail merchants division of the Box es apainst industrial employment of humorous put some real Elder Chamber of Commerce, C. E. ani bunted him over. under 10. Many of the coues tains, where for the past years the merriment philosophy, The mother saw the cow bunting her into the club as well as Roof the bar all under 18. The recovery pro-- : face of Washington was being carved some sound logic. Brigham Baker, president and ran to the scene and succeedboy Fred, who always in granite. Club and a railroad man, and Rev. ed in rescuing the boy before serious tary gram has gained universal acclaim in Mrs. shows his for friendship appreciation Wilson reports that their trip ' this one respect, at least it has wiped and boosts with all his might anything Grant Marchant complete the group. injury. The little fellow, however, was of child labor off the in-- ; was a delightful one as well as very thp stiP-mAt the meeting, it is understood that bruised and skinned on both sides of that he has at hand to do, left no educational riiintrini man nf Amprica. doubt in the minds of the Lions Wed a publicity comittee, speakers bureau, his head ,arms and chest. The boy is recovering nicely from nesday niM that Vie intendd tn do and policing committee will be nam all in his power to make the Municipal ' ed, and provision made for the filing his hurts at the present writing. League convention and the Box Elder of any compalints by members of the To Cut County Fair, which are held jointly public against any persons who may here in Tremonton, September 21, 22 be accused of not living up to the Starting Monday, August 21, the terms of the NRA. In return for their compensations in California Players will perform for and 23 an unbounded succes, than Williams The county chairman has requested Fred is always more the national wheat production control one week at Garland. These players welcome of club this in the editor of this paper to announce Mrs. George F. Price was delightthe gatherings program, farmers of Box Elder coun- are well known to the citizens of this is there anyone who that this NRA campaign committee fully surprised last week when three Rarely recity. nominal make asked to be will ty community and in times past have preductions in their wheat acreage for sented very pleasing and high class comes with a warmer gift of friend- and all its workings will be conducted of her brothers, George, Reuben and ship than he and he certainly has the as a charitable organization, and no Delbert Alphin, of Lovell, Wyo., paid the years 1934 and 1935. entertainment. happy faculty of putting it over with- salaries or compensation will be re- her a visit and took her to Panguich The exact amount of these required The company carries a cast of ten out Secleaving any doubt of his sincerity ceived or paid to anyone, at least to the Riding reunion. be will announced reductions by people in addition to an orchestra. No and friendship. Mr. Williams is presi- under the present setup. This explanWhile away, Mrs. Price also visited careA. Wallace a after Henry retary doubt many of the local people will dent of the State Municipal the of because is large ation League. necessary wheat current Bryce's canyon and other scenic beauful study of the entire renew their acquaintance with this the talks, brief reports number of applications for pay posi- ties of Utah. Following event in no will but situation, they company that has played in our comL. Weidman, head of the ag- tions. She was very happy to meet some be more than 20 per cent of the aver- munity many times during the past from J. of the fair and ricultural" department friends and relatives whom she had wheat in had the grower age acreage several years. O. L. Brough, director of the horse not seen for forty years. Mrs. Price during the base period from 1930 pulling contest, were made. Their rereports a wonderful time in which evthrough 1932. ports contained very much encouragCrowd Of the ery minute was filled with joy and The reductions, which because of news as to the progress and preing Her trip extended over a made be can pleasure. compensation payments paration now going on. of a week, returning Monday. situated period Fork Blacksmith camp, by the individual farmer without loss President LeRoy Bishop read a letthe heart of the of immediate cash income, are the very ter dance received from Lewis Jones, NRA somewhere about the at the Wednesday night DeEsta Holmgren, Thelma Harris, foundation of the whole wheat plan. is ranknear Rockies, Paradise, with Adolph Brox' director of the county, in which he ed second to none in the Utah, Moonb'ght Gardens, Connie and Lela Jensen returned home . William Director country. Peterson, manager band of Salt Lake City, was one of asked the club to name three memThe miles of completed road proves Friday after spending the past ten of the agricultural adjustment admin- the weeks in affairs of the season. bers to work in connection with him. the America first. They genuine industry the men exercise visited theseeing istration, with reductions to bring the A outstanding World's crowd enjoyed the wonder- A. N. Fishburn was named chairman Fair in Chicago large hours while on the and all the .supplies of wheat in line with effective ful music of Mr. Brox and his with Dr. Green and Robert Calder-woo- d during thedueeight interesting and historical artists, sixteen to the the is But in vital swheat this job. remaining demand, solving places in the United States and also as members. being the first time they have hours, the men are taking full ad- a few places in Canada, problem. Midthe held The luncheon in was this in locality. of their leisure time and are Although the 1933 wheat harvest in played Those who were unable to enjoy the land dining room and was well attend- vantage their lives. the United States will be the smallest dance enriching NOTES this week will have an oppor- ed. The chief recreational elader, J. Aryiee 1893, with the large hold-ovnext of so doing tunity Wednesday thur Johnson, has kept the bull rolling years, an enor- ffjrorn at the same place. Leonne Marble, Phyllis and Blanch the flashy cooperation of the felrnous surplus of wheat is promised for night W.C.T.U. by Miss Louise Heusser, the attractive e lows headed by the leader of each ac- Roache of Thatcher, Glen Wyatt, next year if a program of organized Mr. and Mrs. Joseph of e of and daughter Campbell Kelton, leadJay curtailment is not followed. A large Heusser of tivity. For example, the music Bennett, Alice and Elizabeth Deweyville, was chosen as "warand Dave the - .surplus of wheat next year will mean er, Welling, piano "Miss Moonlight Garden." Mrs. D. W. Jenkins, state president bling woolies" are about to put the Wortley of Garland have had their a low price. tonsils removed during the past week. of the W. C. T. U., spent several days radio programs in the shade. The Whatever reductions are required f in Salt Lake and Ogden conferring volley ball leader, Smith Richards, towill be in exactly the same percentage he with dry leaders of the state, pre- gether with the "bouncing buddies," for every wheat farmer who participaring plans for the campaign against have challenged any other high class pates in the wheat plan, Director Perepeal of the state and national pro- team in existance. The foresters have ROBERTS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas terson said. Roberts of Blue Creek, a boy, born Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Aug- hibition laws. classified all the many trees in the reWhile in Salt Lake, Mrs. Jenkins at- gion. The indoor base ball addicts, ust 20th 21st and 22nd, Warner Bax August 10th. ter and Marion Jordan will appear at tended a meeting of the Womens Law under the direction of Erne Crosbie, BUTLER Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Butler of Riverside, a boy, born Augthe Liberty theatre in "Dangerously Enforcement Council. Eighteen wo- are showing unique style. Mules can't ust 12th. zui Yours." To be mens' organizations are affiliated In wear horse shoes, but we have some ADAMS Mr. and Msr. Eldon Adams, YouH revel in the romance of this this group for the support of the 18th fellows who certainly are in the habit a boy. born August 17th. memd for" is Mrs. a amendment. Jenkins the Bear Romeo who captured his Quarterly conference of making horse shoes wallop the peg. TOLMAN Mr. and Mrs. Austin TolBear River stake will be held Sunday, blonde pursuer, then Submitted to ber of its advisory council. Mrs. Lou" lman of Ogden, a boy, born at the are very numerous in these ise Robinson, chairman of this En parts so Del Baxter, former heavy Valley Hospital, August ICth. August 20, with the first session of shackles of love. the conference commencing at 9 a. m.,' Thursday, Friday and Saturday, forcement Council, will be one of the weight boxing champion of Utah, is WELCH Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Welch at which the general public is invited. August 24th, 25th and 2Gth, Joe E. Bpeaxers at me w. i. u. buims developing some future mitt artists of Harper, a boy, born August 13th. Other sessions will be at 10 a. m. an4 Brown will appear in, "Elmer the convention to be held in Tremonton, 0f renoun... We all take part in the JOHNS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johns of Garland, a boy, born August 13th. g 2 p. m., with the M. I. A. meeting in Great," a panic of October 12th and 13th. manly art of self defense. SATO Mr. and Mrs. Hizo Sato of ' one On was Jenkins Mrs. baseball held blondes... and be to The the evening. The first really big dance Thursday only story Garland, a girl, born August 11th. ..Word is received that representatives he's ever had that's as funny as Joe of the speakers at the anniversary jn tne me8g hall, August 17th, will be MURRAY Mr .and Mrs. Joseph Mux-ra- y of the general authorities will be pres himself written by famous Ring dinner of the W. C. T. U. of Ogdcn, a rahd affair, judging from the music of Garland, a boy, born AugLardner and George M. Cahan. nt at the conference. celebrating their 60th anniversary. enthusiasm. ust 12th. 4-- H I J - ! 4-- H LIONS SPEAKER'S j A. N. FISHBURN BUREAU ENJOYS NAMED NRA n, , FIRSTWORKOUT j cor-Stat- es Reports Enjoyable Trip to Fair COMMITTEE Commissioner Fred liams of Ogden Speaks at pro-sho- Meeting to be Held in Brigham City Thurs. Outline Plans Ca-pene- r, ' j Small of William Welsh Gored ; : I I des-Walt- w -- 1 his-dre- j j. J j ; moun-childr- en ' , j California Players to armers Will Offer Wheat Acres Run Week in Garland Mrs. George F. Price i ; Has Delightful Trip Grant McFarland Tells Camp Activities Attend Large Moonlight Gardens HOSPITAL er , T LARGE ATTENDANCE ON EDUCATIONAL WORK UNDER RECOVERY DRIVE account of workers reemployed by firms which have put the President's reemployment agreement into effect without modification. No figures have been compiled on this group, although the number undoubtedly is large, probably running into several hundreds of thousands. Indeed, it probably would not be an overstatement to say that fully two millions of unemployed have already got their jobs back as the result of the recovery program. The industries which have signed the "blanket code" agreement with some deviations from its original terms include two groups of retail .stores which, alone, will reemploy 1,100,000 workers. Between 10,000 and 12,000 are being put back to work in the coat and suit FORTY-EIGH- high-produci- State Pres. of Plans Dry Campaign Ber-nic- Ra-na- At the Liberty Births of Theatre Next Week Quarterly Conference Held August Week Final plans for the annual sugar beet educational educational tour on August 25 have been completed. Three meeting places are set for 8:30 in the morning, at which beet growers and other interested farmers men are invited to be present.' The meeting place for the north end will be at the Garland factory; the south end at the Brigham factory and the west side at the Thatcher meeting house. The two sugar beet growers associations of Box Elder county and the o Sugar company are cooperating to make the day both instructive and pleasurable. The groups, ia their respective districts, will visit sugar beet fields and other crops to show the best farm practices conductive to the production of the highest tonnages of beets, crop rotation, proper fall ' and summer irrigation; the right way to prepare lands in the fall for crops the next year; the place livestock and dairying have in the farm plan and, of great importance now, the control of nematode. A great number of opportunities to. win bags cf sugar will be given to those in attendance at points early in the tour. This made a lot of fun last year and about CO people got free sugar. Converging from all points, the three groups will meet together about 12:30 at the Garland sugar factory lawn, where a luncheon of baby beef sandwiches, hot boiled com, buttered, ice cream, drinks, and canteloupes, provided free by the associations, and company, will be served by the stake primary board. After luncheon, a program of discussion of beet culture, livestock feeding, sugar marketing and the allotment plan and related subjects will be held. Notable Visitors will be General Superintendent Douglas Scalley, of the; o Sugar company; J. W. Gillman, president of the Utah State Beet Growers association; George Cobbley, of the Idaho State association and Dean Maynard, of the Utah Slate Agricultural College and others. Dean Maynard will discuss, at the after lunch program, the most interesting results of the baby beef feeding tests, which have been carried on, jointly, with the sugar company at the factory yards. The four test pens of 25 head each have been fed of different rations, principally of beet byproducts and the animal minerals in different combinations. A number of the company agriculturists from Idaho and other Utah districts will be present to add the experiences of their counties. With a near record tonnage now in prospect on 14,000 acres in the Garland and Brigham districts, with both factories being prepared for operation, and the national interest in improving sugar prices, it is expected that a large crowd, will join in the celebration on the 25th. It is therefore necessary to announce that children under 14 years of age are not invited. This educational pleasure effort must be for adults boys and girls. Committee. Utah-Idah- and-olde- I pennant-winnin- r Tremonton Ward Relief Society is Reorganized Sunday evening at the regular sacrament meeting, the Tremonton ward Relief Society was reorganized with Mrs. Clara Fridal as president, Margaret H. Pack as first counselor and Maud Cook as second counselor, May Fridal as secretary-treasure- r and Edna Brough as assistant secretary-trea- s urer. Brief remarks were made by the new officers and also Mrs. O. A. Seager, of the Stake Relief Society presidency and Mrs. O. L. Brough, stake board member. The reorganization was made necessary by the removal of Mrs. Edith E. Anderson from this ward to Salt Lake City, where she is making her futura home. Mrs. Lewis Brenkman ' Visits Home in Kansas light-fingere- "He-men- . Utah-Idah- Mrs. Lewis Brenkman returned Friday from an extended visit with her folks in Kansas. While there her father took her to Illinois where she visited her two sons, Joe and Adam. Mrs. Brenkman also visited the World's Fair at Chicago. ....She reports enjoying her visit at her old home very much and the other places of interest that she visited. .