|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
TOv"3C8l PAGE TWO BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1933 S YOU wm OFUGREAT Never before end perhaps never again, can the$e wonderful megexinei be obtained with your home ncws-pept luch price. Subscribe nowl cr SEVEN l (jfjnnSTnDirc I Mj.ii, Household fj 'I r !k '' 1 The F Yr. 1 Yr. 1 jL Yr. fOR 0e Ye NEWSPAPER, I ONLY OUR RURAL SPECIAL Pictorial Review, I The Country Home, Ikjarmjou nail THIS I LUB Yr. 1 Good Storitt, 1 Yr. GentlwoiMn rVUj.iirtt, JoutmI, C I Yr. 1 Yr. 1 Wonun'i World, 1 Yr. Good Stories, 1 Yr. I ONLY 1 fe-i-B SUCCESSFUL JKARMING MORE FOR YOUE IVIONEY Ml Gentlemen: Pleete tend me your Bi 7 Club Rural Special (Check Club desired.) N Street or R.F.D.-Tow- and 1 rt State- - a tr t ir n -5 4- THEE SALE SAVE THE ) COTTON PROCESS TAX EFFECTIVE AUGUST 31 As long as our present stock lasts we will sell you Urea at today's low prices. Rubber is up 150 and cotton has ad vanoed 50. Judge for course that tire prices iiuigft take. At today's low prices "l 1 ie your-sclftl- don't take chances with thin, worn tiros! With our liberal trade in allowance you can equip vour car with a set of new r'irestone High Speed Tires nt very low cost. Don't delay, dome in today. LIBERAL TRADE IN ALLOWANCES DURING THIS SALE s 9 5.00-1- 9 Firestone High Speed Tirea are extra quality superior in every way materials, design, construction and workmun ship. Every High Stretch cord is for greater safely and blow, out protection the safe ty that only Firestone d gives you. TODAY'S PRICE Jan. 1933 Price 1929 Price $840 S&55 $10.20 11.00 9.15 5.25-1- 8 10.00 5.50-1- 8 11.J0 liAo 5.50-1- 9 6.00-1- 9 6.00-2- 0 6.50-2- 0 M2.af 11.50 15.60 15.90 18.15 II.D. II.D. H.D. ia70 ltop AS$Q l7.00 18.8k 20.35 22.60 TODAY'S LOW PRICES oionuo iuwi oidmlb typi SIZE PRICE 5.00-1-9 5.25-1- 8 5.50-1- 8 Other SIZE 4.7519 $8.10 9.00 10.15 Siet Proportionately Low 1 4.5021 4.75-1- SIZE $4.93 4.10-2- 1 5.5 4.50-2- 1 30x32a. 6.03 Other Sitet Proportionately Low i aV 8 coumtn PUHK 9 5.25-1- $6.70 7.45 8.10 Tlresfone rm typi S1ZK 4.10-2- 0 PRICE $3.60 4.25 3.45 Ik lh of tintlunr tnrwry mi4 tnhiUlivm IVjr", tklmf Utah Auto & Imp-Co- . Phone 28 . Other Siiet Proportionately Low Firmunt CnmtiipprJ Tin mailt Iruifiinj ill "A - Tremonton "After birth of my baby I was thin, The first bottle nervous, run-dow- n. of Vinol (iron tonic) helped. It gave me strength, needed weight." Mrs. M. Gunstone. Scott Drug Company, Tremonton, Utah. a. Bishop and Mrs. Peterson were den visitors on Saturday. 1 BlA WHO Harmon Granger and Newell Taylor a business trip to Ogden on Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Engvar Peterson were Ogden visitors on Saturday. On Wednesday afternoon Miss Miller entertained the Gleaner Girls. A pleasant afternoon was enjoyed. A unique luncheon was serv- SRV5 4t ill IMm Og- made 7 r"wx;6 (Adv.) PENROSE f v .. ' V Lu-ci- ti le ed by Lucile. Mrs. Brooks Shuman entertained ht4 beehive girls on Thursday. They had a very entertaining afternoon and luncheon was served by Mrs. Shuman. IIIIIHIIIIIilllSIIIIIiHIISIilllHinHHii l!! vSw S. MEMBER. of Columbia war Vermont Marble, Is a Greek Doric THE Districtin Potomac Park has temple large enough to accome band. It been chosen by the architectural modate an eighty-piecof the Washington was designed by F. H. Brooke, committee Board! of Trade as the most out- Washington architect, with Horace and Nathan Wyeth, W. standing memorial erected In the both Peaslee of Washington, as consu national capital in the last two The memorial, of white tants.' years. Mrs. Hector Haight was hostess at the B. B. bridge club at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. H. Keller, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Duane Lower, Mrs. Guy Johnson and Mrs. S. C. Taylor won prizes and Mrs. Joe Burgess was special guest. I STOP TAKING SODA! FOR GAS ON STOMACH Much soda disturbs digestion. For gas or sour stomach Adlerika is much better. One dose rids you of bowell poisons that cause gas and bad sleep. Scott Drug Company, Tremonton, Utah. (Adv.) aft WE DO OUR PART Government Ruling Must Be Observed! Beauty Shops Come Under the New Deal! PRICES ARE GOING UP' SAVE 2c on GAS FINEST 21c Per Gallon OUR 0 are offering, perhaps for the last time, the best $3.00 We ONE GRADE GASOLINE FOR Oil Permanent Wave to be had This same wave will cost you $5.00 is a very short time. Any person proving this gasoline not a first grade product selling regularly for 23c a gallon will be given $10. Wcss' Service Station W. H. DUNN. Prop. Price Is Subject to Change Without Notice! Hodges Beauty Salon Phone 71 ill A i iifii ill i ii u ill fifu ulu hi A hi fill UBURhfc FijOsshssshsz Ault HI Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yates of Salt Lake City, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wheatley. Eleven people from Deweyville at-- , tended the excursion to Logan tem ple on Friday. Mrs. A. F. Loveland of Logan, spent a few days here visiting relatives. Arlin Marble, Edis Muir, and Hom er Marble enjoyed a trip to lellow stone park. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Barnard spent a few days with friends and relatives at Rockland and other parts of Ida ho. Mrs. Percy Burbank and children moved to Brigham on Saturday where Mr. Burbank is employed. Mrs. Verna Mimmott and children of Ogden, visited relatives here the week end. Clinton Rodeen Staggles are visiting their mother at Salt Lake City for a few days. Wanetta and Erwin Gardner visited relatives at Ogden last week. Mrs. Carl Staples and son, Lee, of Eden City, were dinner guests of Mrs. Eliza Madsen on Wednesday. Mrs. John W. Norton and daughter of Riverbank, Calif., spent a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wheatley. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gittens spent Saturday and Sunday at McCammon, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hansen of He-bCity, Utah, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson on Tremonton Thursday. Mrs. Ray Chidester and children Utah We Welcome You to The Grand Open of our Mew Mddcfflnflzsdl ttirs EVERYTHING IS SPIC'N SPAN FOR THIS DAY FREE!! FREE!! GROCER IE To be Given Away Saturday, August 26th 24 MAMMOTH SHOPPING BAGS FULL OF GROCERIES er PRICE Other Sie$ Proportionately Low ftr$ torn stMTiNtL 5.00-2- rvci I 1 nomas I ofTNUt CONSTRUCTION 9.00 Lester Ipson of Malad, Paul Larson and the Misses lihoda and Mane Larson motored to Salt Lake City, Wednesday morning for several clays visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Joseph Oyler had as her guests a number of neighbors who assisted in quilting, Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hansen and children returned Thursday morning from Salt Lake City, where they attended a family gathering at Liberty Park, of the Oleson family of Brigham City. Fred Somers was home from his work at the U. A. C. for the week end. The Misses Eula Rhodes and Neta Cheney were in an auto accident Tuesday evening of last week, when the car in which they were riding with Messrs Mark and Theron Wood, of Garland, left the highway and skidded into the barrow pit. Miss Cheney received most injuries, having been cut ana scratched on her face and ankle. She was taken to the Valley Hospital where first assistance was given then removed to Brigham City hospital. Six stitches were taken in her face. She was brought home Friday where she is doing nicely. The young people feel thankful they were not more seriously injured and all are recovering nicely from shock anu bruises. Art Johnson left Monday for an ex- tended trip to California. Don Bjorklund, of Ogden, is visiting with his aunt, Mrs. L. M. Holman anaj other relatives. Mrs. J. M. Sorensen and daughter, Verda, motored to Logan, Monday, where Mrs. Sorensen is taking treatments for her health. Floyd Adams lost a horse Saturday with brain fever. Other horses are affected in this locality. Mrs. rm MASTERPIECE Gum-Dippe- was held Thursday afternoon of last week at the home of Mrs. E. S. Han sen. It was in the nature of a lawn party. A short but splendid and in teresting program was listened to af ter which well supervised garres were entered into by all which resulted in a very jolly time together. Light re f reshments were served. Bishop and Mrs. Fred L. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. William Milter and daughter, Althea, of Penrose, and Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Lee, of Mapleton, Utah, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Miller. A new daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Afton Adams Monday night. All concerned are doing nicely Herbert May of Rupert, Idaho, a student of the U. A. C. and Mr. ana Mrs. Osro Barnard of Garland, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. DEWEYVILLE Tlrcstooe 4.75-1- - Capital War Memorial Receives First Award Alva Rhodes. Jf. The Country Home, 1 Yr, .Soccewful Farming, 1 Yr, THIS NEWSPAPER, One Yeer Mrs. David Larson The annual Mothers and Daughters social of the Y. L. M. I. A. of the ward Don't wait another minutcl WeMn'i Wofld, EAST GARLAND I X MAGAZINE CLUBS DIG I CHILDBIRTH LEFT HER THIN, WORN, NERV OUS One Ticket With Every 25c Purchase SAVE-YOUR-TICKETS- !! spent Sunday at Logan. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker of Ogden, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ault Sunday. Paul Wardleigh of Portland .Oregon, visited at the home ol Mis. Louis Ueirr.cr juui Mrs. D. L. Muiblo ioi a few days. Thw following aUeiukd the funeral son-iceof Chester Dewey at Cokevile Mr. .and Mrs. Wyoming, Saturday: 0. W. Snow, Jr., Mrs. Susie Dewey, Mrs. Chris Hansen, Mrs. James Gardner and Mrs. Joseph Heusser and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Dewey. Mrs. Oswald Harwood and children of Ogden, spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Teter Jensen, parents of Mrs. Harwood. Thayles Cannon is recovering from an operation at the Valley Hospital. Mrs. Willie Barnard visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs." J. P. Barnard on Sunday. s FREE Two Sacks Flour We will draw 2 extra numbers which will each receive one 48-l- b sack Flour. No waiting--No delays You must be present to get your prize. Drawing Will Be Promptly at 7:00 p. m. We Also Give Tickets On the Cow i '