|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
|Bear River Valley Leader
TAGE TWO BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1933 , BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER Entered at the Postofflce at Second CUaa Utah, u Tre-ttoato- a, WOMAN, 87, NEVER TIRED TAKES IRON DAILY teast tremonton Mrs. P. Mat- EL . . ; t 1 Ault GARLAND I BEAR RIVER CITY Mrs. Geo. A. Beal l Mrs. C. W. Brailsford MI am 87, go to church and attend ter. :x: parties and do not get a bit tired. I :x: Janes Walton. Editor and Publisher eat and sleep well, thanks to Vinol nrl Mrs. C. W. Wood enter Mr to Farm returned R. Mrs. L. Snyder Published at Tremontoa. Utah, on iron tonic." Mrs. M. Batdorf. Vinol number of relatives at ington Saturday after a week's visit tastes fine! Scott Drug Company, tained a large Thursday of each week. dinner Sunday. Among tne ouwi-iwith her 6ister, Mrs. Lewis Abbott. Utah. (Adv.) Tremonton, miPKta were Mrs. J. W. Leavitt and ac Rates Mrs. Abbott and daughter. Dona, Subscription son, Dean and daughter, Dorothy, Also Mrs. Snyder and spent the $2.00 companied One Year, in advance Mrs. Gerald Leavitt of Salt Lake City. week end visiting their mother, Mrs. Six Months, in adrance Miss Edna Capener and Mrs. Verna EAST Wood. .50 "Three Months, in advance came home Sunday from cm- Hansen David Larson Misses Mrs. Mrs. Ada Garfield and the ratrn. Manda and Leona Garfield spent the Mrs. Thomas E. King was hostess week end in Salt Lake City. :x: to the Daughters of the Pioneers, ai to extended Mr. and Mrs. George Abbott motor are Congratulations home. Thursday. August 10th. hpr end. week for Cristo Monte Mrs. the Mr. to of ed and Kenneth Shaffer, son nJ Tie only pUra in Um U. S. wHerImmcnuloct at butiMM ny aSmtinBC mttet corerin Mr. Coombs L. R. Shaffer, and Miss Lucile Oyler, Seventeen members and ten., guests and Jensen Miss Izola or product can b 'obuiaed fi mad Without of Logan, cabled on Mrs. P. E. Ault, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 01-e- r, were present, miss xium wohusuu Okkamboaj ia tba Aiin luduttrul Library. Unt for Buhhm AcWntbins Muter mtra Saturday. who were married in Ogden, Aug. gave an interesting report of a porinteracted ia; mom will be promptly forwaf oca. O. L. Brough and daughters, Augus 11th. The young people, in company tion of her trip taken this summer. JU9E1ICAN IIOBSTSIU LIBRUT ta and Alice, returned from Salt Lake with relatives, left for a short trip to Mrs. King's grandchildren entertained E4tMMia BsiUUi. CkleM. UUmolr City. Friday. Mr. Brough had been the canyon. They will make their with songs and readings. A delicious luru heon was served durinar the social attending the farm bureau conference home here for the present. for western states, held in bait Lake hour. Adjourned to meet with Mrs. MesSaturday and Sunday guests of City, last week. Conrad Larson were the Linford in October. and Paul srs. Calvin Kay had the misfortune to Misses Phoebe and Louise Simmons, Miss Alissa Manniner of Salt Lake fall from a ladder on V ednesday and Helen Anderson and Rodney Knight of City, spent a few days of last week sprain the ligiments of his knee and Salt Lake City, and Lester Ipson of visiting with his mother, Mrs. Cynalso hurt his shoulder. 89 well as to your Country Malad. Miss Anderson is the daugh- thia Leavitt and other relatives. Mrs. Dot Fridal was an Ogden vis- ter of Ethel S. Anderson of the Y. L. E. L. Woodward made a business itor Monday. M. L A. general board, and Mr. Knight trip to Salt Lake City last week end. n Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kay and chil- is a son of Commissioner Knight of C. W. Wood motored to Farming-tochiland Mrs. White Lena YOUR and dren PATRONIZE Sunday evening. Salt Lake City, and the Misses Simdren, Mrs. Frances Hill and Lillian and mons are' daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. R. Capener and daughter, LOCAL MERCHANTS Eunice Kay were Ogden visitors, Mon L. L. Simmons. Mrs. D. C. Hoffs and her children reday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Larson entertain turned Saturday from a pleasant trip Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Robbins and ed at a chicken dinner on Sunday for to Yellowstone National Park.Mrs. T. Mrs. O. A .Seager entertained the the above mentioned Reid Innes, Bon of Dr. and people and of the Pioneers on Thurs- the Misses Rhoda andyoung W. Daughters Innes, fell from a tree, Tuesday, Larson. Marie PROGRAM day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Olyer and family breaking his arm. He is reported to 2,000000 JOBS. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer be getting along nicely. Miss Melba Jensen of Salt Lake encouragement the consumer can give Jensen and little daughters, of Garthe with that businesses to and the comply City, who has been visiting at the IS ESTIMATED that already the land, left Friday for a camping home of Dr. and Mrs. Innes, returned will not NRA the of only Creek. to Aside Clear taken requirements has 2,000,000 fishing trip program be will a but him warning from enjoying fish, fryB the party to her home Tuesday. people off the unemployment lists and encouragewho are back that if brought some home as evidence of Miss Fay Nye spent the week at to those holding con put them in jobs. This means, Petterson's ranch in Idaho. to in the share general their catch. aervatively figured, that a billion dol they expect aboard Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Frye came home had better revival chil L. M. Holman Mr. Mrs. and and get they the to added iars a year is already once. dren motored to Vivian Park in Provo Saturday after spending six weeks purchasing power of the American at oOo becanyon, Tuesday, to attend the Hol- visiting in the east. people, and the movement is only rnokino- - rlub man reunion. The Morrv Maids Miss Helen Manning returned to her alone circumstance This ginning. home met the of their at home of Elwood, Sat her as Saturday after spending a week had Somers Mrs. to George ought to be sufficient assurance rennrtAi1. Lvriia Fridal. Th rlub be and Sunday guests, Mrs. Oscar at Fish Lake. those timid people who have been urday gan at 8:30 Thursday morning, after Mrs. T, W. Innes and daughter, Haz n doubting the success of the great ex- their preliminaries the time was spent Niclson of Kuna, Idaho, and Mrs. el, of and spent the week end in Salt Lake Winters Sheila, daughter, periment. preparing breakfast. of are Both ladies City. busisisters Hoytsville. Ultimately, of course, all the Wallace Johnson of Brigham City, club of E. the late George Somers. The Jollv Stitchers ness of the United States will be conMr. and Mrs. E. S. Hansen, Mr. and spent a part of the week at the home ducted under the codes, which have Tremonton, met at the home of their Koford with all Mrs. W. E. Hansen and children visit- of his brother, L. O. Johnson. for their chief purpose correction of leader. Rose Ellen their in members present regular meet ed relatives and friends in Salt Lake Elethe unemployment situation. They made hot City, Tuesday and Wednesday. Wednesday. ments in this accomplishment are the ing day, pad holders and enjoyed a dainty Mrs. Joseph Oyler entertained at a; elimination of child labor, the short- lunch. birthday party for her little daughter, ening of hours of work, and a higher Mrs. J. U. Hadlield Lois, Monday afternoon. wage scale. It needs no statistician to demonstrate that every decrease of 2k Miss Ruth Adams went to Salt Lake City, Tuesday to visit with her sister, unemployment brings us closer to the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw and children DO OUR Miss Maud Adams. end of economic depression, for every of Brigham, were Sunday guests of Friends of Miss Mavis Udy met in Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ward. Miss man who is earning a living indirectly Betty a surprise party at her home Satur- Shaw remained to contributes by what he buys to the em the week as spend TOMATOES day evening where a jolly time was guest of Amanda Ward. ployment of others, and so the wheels of commerce will turn faster and fastenjoyed. Fresh Utah The family and friends There are a number of cases of the held a Forsberg er until the great depression becomes 2 Pounds .... social Sunday in Sardine candreaded disease affecting the horses in merely a memory. The rapidity with Sixty-tw- o yon. persons attended. our community, which is an epidemic Those which we reach this desired goal deRiverside were, Mr. and from in the county... This is causing much pends on the promptness with which sons, Claralarm. The farmers have no surplus Mrs. A. A. Forsberg and Mrs. comes the into industry generally Oscar ence and Gus, Mr. and horses and can ill afford to lose any. fold. Already most of the larger inMr Geo. Mrs. .and SKAGGS O. P. Forsberg Forsberg, Sunday evening visitors at church dustries are in. But the smaller manMb. Can ..... were George Stenquist, Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ufacturer or merchant, taken in the Forsberg and daughter, Connie and Lcland Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. mass, is even more important than the the family of Edmund Udy. Tremonton ward. all of Walker, big corporations. Incidentally, the Miss Annie Morris of McCammon, The gentlemen were speakers in the consumer must play his part. Every is at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Geo. and a Mrs. rendered Walker meeting purchase made now is an investment, Ward. .Large piano solo in a very capable manner..... the dividends of which will come out Mrs. Delose Jensen and daughter. Package. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. f future prosperity. Moreover, the H. Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Robert! Mary, are visiting at Pocatello with Campbell of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Mrs. Vida Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Morris and three T. A. Shuman, daughters, Bessie and SOAP Lois of Penrose. Master Dale Miller children of Salt Lake were dinner Fairsex , returned to the city with the Camp- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ward, 6 Bars . Tuesday. bells for a week's visit. A AAA WW WWA WWW WWWvVWW A A Mrs. Nina Dustin and daughter, (Century of Progress Free) Linda, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roy HOUSE FOR SALE Practically new Last Thursday the Jolly Kitchen-ett- s Hunsaker to Bear Lake. brick residence on South Tremont of Elwood, met at the home of The Geo. Bowcutt and Lorenzo Bow-cu-tt Street. For particulars see O. P. and Carrie their reporter, Hansen, families were in attendance at the SerBates at American Petroleum made ice cream and cookies. After Bowcutt reunion last . Large week, which was tf. vice Station. their business meeting all enjoyed a held at ... Each Idaho. LaBelle, sample of what they made. The next Mr. and Mrs. Joe Butler announce FREE Estimate on painting and meeting will put the finishing to their the birth of a son the latter part of summer's work and will be held at the paperhanging. Our guarantee is week. house. the real. Call August Nussbaum, phone meeting TOILET SOAP 77.0-tf. Palmolive Bar CASH PAID For Iead and Useless Cows and horses. Reverse call o $1-0- GARLAND 0 Free to Public To Your Town NRA FINDS IT 4-- H Al-vi- . 4-- H RIVERSIDE PART WE 5c COFFEE ; 25c Del-be- rt Shredded Wheat lie i r 0( 0 j 6 5c Brijrham 493J2 aFREEc tf41 e!!!ini!U!illI!HillSI!llisi2li:niHt Peanut Butter Mia A, Jar ing with her grandmother, Johanna Lundberg and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackson and children of Bingham, Utah, are visiting is this city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Hailing and family. Mrs. Winnie Jensen received an announcement of the birth of a baby boy, born August 7th, to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse O. McArthur, of Magna. Mrs. McArthur and Mrs. Jensen are sisters. Miss Elva Andersen and Miss Damsel Christensen returned home Sunday morning after visiting for two weeks with relatives and friends in Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hansen and two sons, returned home Sunday evening after a ten day trip to tne Yellowstone National Park. Miss Blanch Anderson of Granger, Utah, is visiting in this city as the guest of Miss Wanda Jensen. Sunday evening our Relief Society was reorganized by Mrs. Eliza Thompson of the stake board, of Brigham. Those. whe were released were: President Amelia Burt and the counselors, Amanda Jensen and Elizabeth Andersen; the secretary and assistant, Mary Anderson and Elvira Christensen. The new officers are: Mary J. Halman, president; Elizabeth Anderson, first counselor; Florence J. Gardner, sec ond counselor and Ably G. Jensen,; secretary. We wish the new officers success in their new office. Mr .and Mrs. L. Johnson and children of Provo, Mrs. Delos Lewis and children of Kaysville, spent Thursday and Friday visiting with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lewis. Mrs. J. Lee Rock and two children of Carmel, California, are visiting in this city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Hansen. Monday the young ladies of the mutual age, with their leaders, Elvira Christensen, LaVera and Wanda Jensen, motored to Logan, where the day was spent. At noon a very delicious lunch was served, each girl bringing her share of the lunch. Twelve ladies of the farm bureau, met at the J. O. Hadfield home Friday. Cleaning and pressing suits, was the project given. Miss Annie Bowcutt is home from Ogden for a week's visit with her Bar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bowcutt. ivirs. rneDe ward, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ward. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ward and children and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Walk er and daughter, Betty, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nephi Bott at their summer home in Logan canyon, over the week end. Bishop Russell Capener and wife, Mrs. A. A. Capener, Mrs. Ethel Richards and Riley Hancock went to Logan Friday. TREMONTON ROASTS Pound .... Price Is Subject to Change " i ' ? Without Notice ! 'Hodges Beauty Salon Phone 71 I 10..14C U. S. Inspected Pounds PRICES ARE GOING MM ; Suds-berr- 25c BACON Sliced 18c Pound HERRING Smoked, Large 4 For CLP. 25c SKAGCSS Attention Farmers s 1 1 ui ii 1 1 in i ii iitii in 1 1 1 in iiihii 1 1 1 I When You Think HARDWARE THINK WILSON "Everything To Build Anything" Phone 11 Briggs Beauty Shop Now Featuring the Amazing:, Genuine Luxur Oil Wave School Girl Special OUfc MAKE GOOD OR WE DO Fronk Chevrolet Co. Tremonton, Utah Phone 21 EE U v For Your Requirements in HARDWARE LUMBER AND BUILD-- f - INu MATERIAL - - PAINTS AND OILS GLASS AND CHINA WARE 'Tour Farmers may deposit wheat as in other years and draw flour as needed. We welcome this opportunity to cooperate with the wheat growers of this vicinity, and ap- preciate your business. phone 35 Tremonton, Utah MM ON Milling Company '. H. G. Scott Drug Co. PHONE 47 . . . TREMONTON, UTAH Prescription Specialists KODAK FINISHING . . ALL WORK GUARANTEED DEVELOPING FREE ) This is your drug store, come and make yourself at home COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN ( GARLAND-TREMONT- Good Will Our Best Asset" iui Growers of wheat are exempt from processing tax on flour, provided they exchange their wheat for flour at the mill door, and also provided that the flour so obtained is for home consumption for themselves and employees. y's The Happy Milk Maids met at the Evans meeting house, August 9th, with the boys' club and their leader, Mr. Stumm. The meeting was called to order by president, Paul Stumm. The members all stood and repeated the club pledge, after which Don Iverson led in three songs. The roll was then called by Erma Holland and the minutes were also read by Erma, after which the club members talked about the getting their animals ready fordemfair and also judging teams and onstration team. Farmers' Cash Union GROUND BEEP 3 We are offering, perhaps for the last time, the best $3.00 Oil Permanent Wave to be had This same wave will cost you $5.00 is a very short time. N UTAH 4 10c Cans DO OUR PART Deal! lowing program was given, under the direction of the M. I. A.: Slogan, Virginia Perry; piano selection, Elwin Garfield of Tremonton; trombone solo . Norman Perry. Mrs. D. F. Loveland and son, Dar-rell, were in Ogden on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Thurlin Mimmott and family have moved to Ogden. Mrs. Percy Burbank spent a few days in Salt Lake City. The following enjoyed a hot plate dinner at the Crystal Springs Sunday in honor of Mr .and Mrs. Walter wedding anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Norr. Mr. and Mrs. Duett Loveland and children, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hassel and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sudsberry and family. The afternoon was spent in visiting and swimming. FISHING and HUNTING LICENSE Prop. Some of the Many Bargains for Saturday, in Our Clean, Sanitary Meat Market. Beauty Shops Come Under the New Jus-tense- ANDSUNDRIES SERVICE LEA'S LEA DUNN. DEVIL MEAT 4 Government Ruling Must Be Observed! :x: nin ve". a. With Each Oil Change or Tire Purchase' We Will Dress Your Car Top FREE! 19c Fancy b. Yt Mrs. Thomas Ault 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and famMr. and Mrs. A. J. Taylor Mr. ami r UaIihhii nf thlii CltV. ily and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bott v...l Rupert, Idaho, were fit Pocatello, and family ofMr. Mrs. Maughan i Storks n. . and Mrs. V. D. L i- TliiirKflav end guests of movorcu u lda.no, business. on evening Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Snow and chilMr and Mrs. J. L. Weidman motorRuth and Dewey, were Logan busion dren, ed to Salt Lake City Saturday visitors on Tuesday. ness. Elaine Hansen of Salt Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jensen and two Ida- is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Twin to Falls, motored daughters Chris Hansen for a few days. ho, to visit with relatives. Mrs. Irene Hess visited her grandMrs. Glenn Iverson and three chilM. A. Lish, Saturday. dren spent the week end in Salt Lake mother, Mrs. Oliver Johnson, attend Mrs. Mr. and Car Mrs. her sister, City, visiting with ed the funeral services of a relative via ti'ris.hcv and family. Mrs. Cliff Matsen and Arley spent j at Brigham City last Sunday. Sunday night, August 6th, the folthe week end in Salt Laxe uty, visit- CANTALOUPE 7-- 1 DEWEYVILLE figOC sV 1. .t t j TOILET ...WANT COLUMN.. .