"MORE HOMES FOR MORE PEOPLE IN TREMONTON" (Kit? A VALLEY LEADER VOLUME X TREMONTON CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1935 ft t(Uv Edward J. Haskell REED SMOOT Of Fielding, Dies IS SPEAKER AT Following Stroke NUMBER TWENTY-TW- O Dedicatory Ceremonies LIONS ADOPT To be Held for Local PROPOSALS ON Legion Hall, Colors Edward J. Haskell, 56, of Fielding, The DeVere Watkins post of the died at his home at 4 a. m. today American Legion will hold dedicatory ceremonies Monday evening at 8 o'- (Thursday) following a paralytic stroke. v.uck m me Legion hall for their new The deceased was born in Fayson, naii ana colors. the son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. The ceremonies of the A. legion orHaskell. Mr. Haskell was a long time ganization are unusual and interestTo Live and prominent resident of Fielding, Club ing. Besides these, a specially good and has been interested in the upAn unusual and interesting meeting program has been prepared. Norm Elder Reed Smoot, of the council Simms, building of the community and civic department commander and of the Tremonton Lions club was held of the twelve, represented the general Otto at Fred's Cafe Wednesday night with affairs. Wisley, department adjudant, He is survived by his wife, Nettie authorities at the Bear River stake both of Salt Lake, Wesley Horsley, of Brigham will participate in Mayorand conference held Sunday, the A. J. Taylor of Bear City, Haskell, and the following chil- quarterly Hardy ceremonies. is It expected that River City,Mayor Feb. 10. TAX and Commander Hector dren: Elvis, of Alhambra, California; Charles R. The nine o'clock session was openMabey .of Salt Lake Ciey, Haight of the Tremonton Legion post, La Veil and Cecil of Tremonton; Mrs. ed by brief remarks from President will be the principal LEGISLATOORS speaker of the in attendance. Irene McDonald, of Garfield; Mrs. C. E. Smith, followed by Elder Smoot, program. After the luncheon and preliminary The public is invited to attend and business of the meeting, the Sybol Toolson, of Ashton, Idaho; and who dwelt upon the reminiscenses of time was Box Elder Legislators Introduce Bills and Take Pare in Mrs. Jennie Peterson, of Pocatello, his life and particularly during the Commander over to the legislative commitHaight specially urges turned time he U. was He that S. tee Senator. with Uon Walton, chairman, conIdaho. all legionairies to be as it is Lawmaking Debates ducting the discussion on the proposFuneral services will be held Sun- bore a strong testimony that it paid important that all bepresent there. to live a clean life. ed liquor laws, now before the State day at 1 o'clock in the Fielding ward (By U. S. P. A. Service) At the 10 o'clock session, President legislature. Taxes, a joint legislative session on chapel. Smith delivered a stirring address in Previous to the meeting, the commeasures to of acinterest liquor, sundry connection with the report of the mittee, which consists of A. N. Fish-burC. C. farmers and labor in particular, and tivities of the stake which, he said, C. J. Dewey, J. L, Weldman showed progress. He pointed out the a trip to the Utah Agricultural Coland R. H. Fuller, had met and drafted some proposals which were placed beplan of the Latter Day Saints and delege at Logan, held the attention of clared that sometimes he became imfore the club. the legislators during the fourth week patient with men who hold the priestMayor Horsley, who is chairman of of the twenty-firs- t Utah Legislature hood and who persistently violate the the legislative committee of the MuStu- ending last Saturday. of God. He pleaded with the laws nicipal league, gave a very interestThe senate devoted practically the Latter Day Saints to be faithful to CANYON ing and instructive review of the prosesentire week, including a Saturday their covenants and obligations; to be posed bills on this question, sion, to discussion of the bill increashonorable and helpful with one anout the objectionable and thepointing accepother and to chose the highway of College is Solved table features as represented by the ing individual income taxes. The net Box On life. result was the amending of the origleague committee. His discussion of Arthur Welling, J. P. Christensen, the subject gave a broad insite to the EVANSTON, Wyo., Feb. 13 The inal measure by inclusion of a 100 per Such son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Christenproposed liquor laws. body found with a bullet hole in the cent property tax offset or exemption sen, reported his missionary labors Mayor A. J. Taylor, of Bear River temple on a hill just east of Evanston up to $100 and the killing of another The Southern Pacific and Patriarch James P. Christensen Company will City, in a very convincing and logical Saturday has been identified as that amendment proposing to include a be and Elder Smoot each spoke at this required to present additional evi- manner, placed before the club the of Willis Hess, 23, student at Utah $10 BRIGHAM City, Feb. 7. Arrange- session. fee. The bill dence before the Interstate State Agricultural college, who was was registration or filing Commerce problems of the rural small towns The speakers at the afternoon ses- Commission will finally placed on third reading ments to insure the establishment of last seen in Logan on Wednesday on its with respect to the liquor traffic and finally pass the first county park and recreation sion were Patriarch Myron J. Rich- Promontory out the dangers of careless Abandonment evening, January 16. Identification The senate passed two other bills and n pointed Appiica-Uonow pending in grounds in the state were completed ards, President John J. Shumway, R. and enforcement that lurks was established here Tuesday after- three joint resolutions. legislation Washington, D. iu the C the Box Elder of the youth of tee The house passed eight bills and Wednesday in Brigham City when G. Brought and Elder Smoot. noon by Conrad Harrison, reporter for pathway CommisCounty Elder Smoot vigorously denounced sioners were land. the Logan Journal. Henry Hess, of adopted senate joint resolution No. 2. land at Willowmere, at the head of advised use of alcoholic beverages and today in a comFollowing the presentation of the Greenville, Utah, father of Willis The last named proposes an amend- Box Elder canyon, was deeded to the the more particularly by the Latter Day munication from that body resolutions by the club's legislative Hess, arrived here last evening. A ment to the state constitution to be county. and pointed ont the pitfalls committee and the addresses referred coroner's inquest was to be held to- voted on Under the terms of the transfer, Saintsevils by the people at the next and that follow the persistent be held before the to above ,an open forum was held in day. John E. deeds Baird over Commission of Utah sometlmfin approxi- user of the same. general election in November, 1936. which club members participated too, Dramatic Talent the If approved by the electorate, it im mately 100 acres to the county, the The conference was dargely attendWeeka and WW expressing their views and ideas on insist transfer a It was stated Hess disappeared poses a mandate upon the next legis representing compromise ed and pronounced deep in spiritual evidence subject. Be it to the everlasting the the from Logan two days before he was lature to enact a law exempting from on a condemnation suit brought by thought and sound doctrinal advise. relations between the concerning credit and high ideals of this organiCentral to appear as a leading character in taxation all homesteads up to $2000 Box Elder county. The land was In the evening, the M. I. A. musical Ra road and the Southern PacS zation, not a single word uttered c would indicate other than was held, which also was well a school play. Hess was seen as he in festival over turned two in The that the payvalue. Signing of the resolution parcels. reVenue the secon virtue and y were was leaving the theatre at rendered numbers The attended. of the morals of ment one ot for was protection track in $2,000. parcel sen of the the house and speaker question is bringing in a large chorus with members from Uie the evening q January 16 and he fail- by the people were first and foreDance Property State and its subdivisions anS mostyoung a mixed chorus of the ed to keep ,;' appointment later in ate president insures its being placed wards, many and above the consldera-tio- n always The Knudson Investment company from Garland before the voters next spring. the evening. of revenue and profits. ward, under the direc- such other facts as the parties in inalso has terest 80 acres to transferred the A Logan motorist later reported he tion of Fred L. Nye; a ladies chorus may desire to Introduce. Arguments pro and con and final Following the discussion a vote was It will be recalled that , had given him a ride as far as Pres- votes on an amendment by Senator county to be used in developing the under the direction of Mrs. James ... taken on the following proposals, ' ton, Idaho. Since that date a wide- - Hammond showed a narrow margin park and playground. Walton; and a male chorus, under the road Company filed its abandonment which were adopted unanimously: First We propose to you a state Furthermore, Dokas brothers of direction of C. C. Watkins, of Tre- application two years ago, and spread search had been made for him. ; of senatorial 0pinion in favor of in. the liquor store with monton; a ladies chorus, under the dibranches In cities or have to the -' Brigham City n conveyed onsets in the proproperty Pending before vaii- - towns where the . population would rection of Mrs. P. W. Christensen and .,.T-an excellent student and was very eludingnew income tax bill. A a lease had obtained from county SinCe ttat Urae vvith they proa male chorus, under the direction of tTh the talented in dramatics. It is reported posed to its establishment. UUlities Commission recom- justify impose a $10 registration or John H. Baird at Willowmere. The Norman Andreason, of Elwood; a he had been depressed and had suf- posal Second That the designation of Dokas to brothers construct started mending against abandonment, an ex- these stores by the State fered from melancholy for some time. filing fee lost by a goodly majority a dance hall at girls chorus, under the direction of aminer Liquor Conthe resort. It is un- Mr. of the Interstate Commerce trol Board be to a Jensen of Deweyville; and an orThe body was discovered by two on a viva voce vote. concern going The joint hearing on liquor control derstood the county will go ahead gan solo by Mrs. Pearl Peck. George Commission favoring the which in their opinion could most ably boys who were hunting rabbits. It the with of construction this dance O. Nye was director of the chorus way lying partly covered by snow on bills found both state store and pri-- j Commissi and economically make the distribuf and of the festival in general, assista hill a mile and a quarter from the vate licensing plan adherents emphat-- j pavalion. V dCd COUrt under the state plans. This we holdinS nLr at the tion P. W. Christensen. ed Mrs. Plans for of Lincoln highway and about three ic in their the the would reduce the cost of setbelieve by development were interest The did not latter viewpoints. justify aban- ting up state stores separate and President C. E. Smith spokt the donment, miles east of Evonston. Later a reinclude the acquiring by the park to as in accord because acceptance apparently mainly the interests apart from the business houses alvolver with one empty cartridge was county of about 200 acres. Transfers sentiments of those prestn, when ,at Pf sheep and cattle men as well as ready established. found in the snow near where the of the Holmes comprise embodying on record show fhat all but a few the conclusion of the concert, he said, supervision of wholesale distribution acres have been obtained. "I have been coming to this taber- finnrLde,fenSe required tt Third That said liquor store operbody had lain. , Willis Hess was born at Bountiful by the state with private sales under nacle for the past 17 years during line; with the entire Com- ator should be bonded and be paid on Included Neighbors of James which time I have spent many hours mission now ruling that before it will a monthly basis and not a percentage September 12, 1911, the son (Please Turn to Page Two) Box Elder county officials plan to in meetings, recitals, etc., 'but I can finally rule on the matter that fur- - basis from the sale of liquor. This Henry and Alice Tovey Hess.v While make the area into a mountain recre- truly say that the hour just past is a child he moved to Fielding with his ' have to be taken your committee feel would reduce the .will "umony ation area that will be popular, not one of the most enjoyable I have ever do away parents. Box Elder attorney, consumption and largely fne8' He is survived by his father, four to sell minors aa the with only with the residents of the county, spent here." He concluded by paying stated today temptation that sisters, Ruby Hess, Garland; Myrtle but will be an attraction that will high compliment to the directors and oi the Commissionthe present action was the case a few night ago in our will insure that of festival. Snow draw the the Hess, Bountiful; Mrs. William Jardine participants communifrom all neighboring community where three boys all of ana aueep men of Salt cattle will receive ser- scout age were found helplessly drunk Mrs.David Emory, Hyrum; ties. vice as needed during the Lake City; two grandmothers, Mrs. present sea- - in a chicken coop in a back alley. Wednesday and Thursday, Northern uoservers point out that this Fourth That the Washington plan Harriet Tovey, Woods Cross, and Mrs. Utah was being covered by a beautioraction al3o means that the James H. Hess, Sr., of Fielding. School to Give ful white blanket of a wet falling State, its of having to secure a license in schools and the County will receive a der to purchase liquor be adopted. L. To snow, the most that has fallen during the present winter at one time. AlFifth That if revenue is to be de full tax revenue from the section of 22 considerable V. is from the sale of liquor by the Feb. the rived precipitation ready track for the current year. state .then Dart of such revenue above last year's and above the norfoi the program evening revert back to the cities and mal average for the same period theSunday should be A Cooperatheld will farewell testimonial Tresacrament services at the it is sold. where towns for many years. in the Tremonton Fri ward New Science chapel monton ward will be given under the on Music Sixth And lastly .that the profits of in Elder honor 22, day, February direction of the teachers of the pub Lorenzo V. in the sale of liquor must be taken Of B.R.H.S. Roundy who will leave lic school of this city. out. The battle tor repeal was wagTrehome 25 mislson for the and February A large crowd attended the dedicaThe merchants of Garland in interest of reform and temelaborate An in the ed keeping program Central and March for the North monton are cooperating in putting ovtion of new the Science program in order to do away with and been has with the occasion perance prepared States mission. er a big music festival on March 15. the building of the Bear River high school the bootlegger and the speak-eas- y of a who consist attend The will and those testimonial may anticipate The American Legion, with the to sale its men, C. C. Watkins, director of the B. R. The which ceremonies urges Saturday m. inevening. 8 and at and profit p. program commencing edifying H. S. band, reports that there is a business men of this c'ty and mem- something unusual, case were under the direction of Principal women and children must be done As is the at all times, the balance of the evening will cor-be C. wholehearted response by the mer- bers of the Legion posts ot Garland structive. is E. Smith. The county commission- away with. The liquor manufacturspent in dancing. The public is invited to attend. chants of the two largest communi- and Brigham City as guests, staged the public the to attend. invited members of the board of educa- er will put up his wares in bottles ers, exercises dially successten gallons as preliminary Following a over to one most of entertainthe in put ties helping pleasing tion and prominent church officials from one swallow to which of the balance of the would do the states in other meeting he has ments held in trJs city for a long ful program. were in attendance. thru a that be turned over to Principal M will the time with donatbeen argument have away 60 time. prizes Girls A concert was given by the Eear Already to have one would store in be buy state who will not have Meldrum, charge. merchants Dick Anderson had rounded up a ed and all the River high school band, directed by than he desired. been seen yet. "It wouldn't surprise number of the boys and as a conseC. C. Watkins, during which time the larger quantities me," Mr. Watkins said, "that we will quence five of the fastest bouts seen visitors were shown through the varCo. Box have in the neighborhood of 100 priz- here in many a moon was witnessed One hundered and twenty four M ious departments of the school. our of Commenced es to give to the boys and girls The boys came wholeheartedly and Men and Gleaner Girls enjoyed what A program was given at the audiis reported to be one of the most suc- torium at which interesting different communities for their excel- all they were promised for their troutalks After thirty years of persistent ef- - cessful and delightful annual affairs were given by school board members lence of work during the past year In ble was a luncheon. However, their held by that organization. The banefforts so pleased their fans that a firts, the State Board of Health, music." P. Holmgren, LeRoy D. White the direction of D. T. B. Beatty, quet was held Saturday evening in John At the annual election meeting of These prizes will constitute value of shower of money followed each bout Jensen. An entertaining and Hyrum federal the with and Tremonton in the of rooms the cooperation banquet a as different and stores, the result the fared in the board of directors of North Box merchandise very boys government, are now launching a san- ward chapel, with Reeder Waldron as program was also given consisting of Elder 25c. well. and of 75c, in value 60c, County farm bureau held Satranging under a plan which master of ceremonies. Mr. Waldron vocal and instrumental music, readitation project evenThe of event the band of outstanding students Over two hundred urday evening, Feb. 9, T. E. Adams will enable every citizen to make his proved himself to be adept In this art ings and dancing. was reelected president, with Mrs. music are working hard to perfect ing was the headline boxing bout be- home and farm surroundings sani- and was largely responsible for the Following this program all repaired their program in order that they may tween featherweight Ricy Anderson tary with very little cost to him. surreys of the formal dinner. to the new science building, where Arthur A. Capener as vice president; and heavyweight, Bennie Burgess. Full explanations and outlines of Following the banquet, the balance Wm. C. Horsley of the Box Elder John H. Ward, secretary-treasureparticipate in being acknowledged as Dick Fishburn ard Vernon Nielson the plan may be obtained from Ed D. of the evening was band spent In dancing. a winner for the past year in stake presidency offered the dedica- and Mr. and Mrs. N. Peter Marble as at furnished J. did Dick who J. music and were President Hansen, county string Special guests supervisor, a directors. receive and work prize. prayer. present Is at work on the projects Shumway, of the Bear River stake; tory It isn't the value or amount of the some tall yodelling for the boys, and in of The remainder the was evening this community. Full Information Superintendent Alf Michaells, of the Edwin Melster played the harmonica prize that we are so much concerned and be obtained from the lum- stake M. I. A., and Henrv Brown and spent in witnessing a motion picture also may danced. Rasmus Chriatensen tap and as the development of the boy ber yards or at the Bear River Lead- Rhoda Larson, M Men and Gleaner program and In dancing, where re 23 Social thing once in a also exercised his vocal chords all er office. Girls director of the stake, girl and it is a fineout freshments were served and recognize which was a delight to the boys. while to bring them Following the matches and protheir efforts and show our appreciaThe date for the annual North Box tion of the skill they are developing in gram, a buffet luncheon was served Elder Farm Bureau social has been the fine art of music, Mr. Watkins and the balance of the evening was set for Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Bear said. spent in cards and games of different River high school. The banquet will Surely everyone will want to hear kinds. be held, commencing at 6 o'clock in The legion bays showed that they these arganizatlona oh March 15. the evening In the new Science buildIt is hoped by the committee that had lost none of their ability to stage ing. This will be followed by a good everyone will save this day for the a Smoker and are to be complimented and dance. program music festival and give the boys and on the manner in which It was put Details of the social will be given over. ,; girls wholehearted support. In the next issue of the Leader. CONFERENCE LIQUOR LAWS Congregation Hears the Saints Admonished God's Laws Mayors Wesley Horsley, J. Taylor Speak at Luncheon IMPORTANT MEASURE IS BEFORE PISTOL VICTIM'S I. LAND DEEDED BODY IDENTIFIED TO ACT ON ABANDONMENT FOR COUNTY'S Disappearance of dent from Logan n, OF OLD LINE PARK Further Information Is Elder to Have First Outing Spot Required Promon tory Branch In State TIT! five-thirt- I , nUr " Northern Utah Covered With Blanket of Farewell Testimonial be Tendered Program Sunday Night Roundy Public Garland, Tremonton Merchants ing Festival Building Dedicated American Legion Post Stages a Smoker Sanitation Project Men, Gleaner Enjoy Annual Banquet Here un-h- er Elder North Farm Bureau Re organized Saturday r; Annual Farm Bureau Set for Feb.