V I BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, FAGS FOUR FEBRUARY 14, 1935 the new eranddauelxter. Eli as Andersen visited his children Milton and Norma, in Logan Friday, where they are attending the U. S. A. C. Fourteen people from here attended the temple excursion in Logan on Friday. Mrs. Eva B. Hansen accompanied her daughter, Melba and her niece. Miss Brough, to Salt Lake City Monday. The girls spent the weekend home from Salt Lake where they are attending a business college. R. W. Hunsaker left Wednesday for Chicago and other eastern points. When he returns he expects to drive a new car home. jAahn tn see Plan Health Resorts in Land of Northern Lights Because of the healthful Qualities of cold, pure arctic air and northern mineral waters, the Soviet government la considering the establishment of health resoiti In the land of the northern lights. Such a plan, quite In contrast to the usual theory that health resorts should be located In warm, sunny lands, is recommended by Dr. A, L Shlshklna, a Soviet woman specialist on health resorts, who was sent to the Arctic by the government to selecc sites for a sanitarium. Shlshklna, who has Just returned from her explorations, recommended two sites. One of them was on the shores of the Pomorskaya bay, an arm of Matthew's strait, running through the arctic Island of Nora Zembla. The other was on the northwestern coast of the same island. "I have discovered exceptional possibilities for medicinal baths in Nova Zembla," Shlshklna said. "I found the water there very useful In treating ar tic scurvy and anaemia. In the future persons with tuberculosis or faulty metabolism will go to arctic resorts Just as they now go to the Crimea." Moscow. FIELDING By Enid Making The Home More Livable Welling Lamps Must Qualify For Seeing As Well As Decoration The mutual gave their green and gold ball Friday night. The music was furnished by A. R. Buxtons orchestra. A large crowd was in at- tendance. A surprise HI .Kb -- party was given for Friday night by a group of her friends. The party was Phoebe in honor of her twelfth birthday. Games were played and luncheon serv ed by Mrs. Woods. William Norberg from the CCC y (if Scientists Find Use for Lowly Sage Brush Denver. Long considered about as nearly worthless as a plant can be, sage brush, which covers countless acres of the Western dry lands, mny soon be cultivated and turned into a valuable crop, It is said here. Scientists at the various state agrl cultural colleges, notably the Uulver sity of Utah, have been experimenting with the plant and have found, it Is understood, that It contains several valuable oils, such as camphor, eucn lyptol and plnene. Beyond this It If) thought that with the oil removed the residue will mnke live stork feod i ill Your radio is a delicate, complex instrument. Only fully equipped professional service experts can fix it right. We're equipped. We have complete data on all make sets. We give a writ- ten guarantee on our work, use standard parts and charge fair prices. Call us for expert radio service . . quick and efficient. t ft iiMiiiiwTiiwnniiirwiri'iiininrmwiniiirffn f By Jean Prentice living room needs dressing This is the decision of many home maker who, at this time of the year, casts a long critical glance at the center of family life for the longer evenings the living room and decides that something must be done. She does well to give particular attention to the selection of floor and table lamps, because here at her finger tips is a chance to enlist the magic f lovely and adequate light. Not with just ANY lamp of course I Big strides have been made in the style and lighting qualities of lamps, and the one that Aunt Sue gave to Mary on her wedding day may be wholly inadequate now. The lamps pictured here have scientific sanction for several reasons. The one beside the chair boasts a brand new feature straight from the research laboratories. In its upper portion it has one single bulb that, by a twist of one's wrist, can be made to give three different amounts of light. A white glass bowl within the shade sheds a big cone of cheerful light downward. The lamp is not an oasis of light in a desert of darkness in your room, however, for the bowl rejects light upwards also. The three-candunit snowing beneath the shade is mainly for decoration, but can be used for additional reading light. Points to remember are that a floor lamp should be 54 to 64 inches high, informing with the decorative THE MAN, 81, HONORED CERTIFIED RADIO SERVICE I Tremonton, Utah PHONE 42 A birthday dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George VV. Brough Feb. 8, in honor of the eighty-firs- t anniversary of Mr. Brough. 19 children and grandchildren were presX ent to enjoy the repast and wish Mr. 2 Brough returns of the day. Wlaeim light-color- lamp'. The two bridge lamps at top left illustrate important points. A shade that must be tilted causes glare which is harmful to eyes. These bridge lamp shades make tilting unnecessary. Both can be adjusted by moving up or down. Each takes a 60 or 75-w- bulb. And you'll want to hear about the floor lamp, below at right. It is the new Reading and Study Lamp approved by the Illuminating Engineertt ing Society. Using a 100 or bulb, it not only gives marvelous light to read by, but provides excellent general illumination. Does the table lamp at bottom left seem a little larger than those generally used? It is and should be if ISO-wa- wanted for reading. Standing 18 to 22 inches high, it gives a sufficien'ty wide circle of light for your book or bulbs placed paper. With two well within the shade it offers flexible light, using one or both bulbs. 60-va- tt Regardless of what lamps you finally decide upon, remember that the prime requisite is that they give adequate glareless light for seeing. Otherwise they have no place in an Come in and See Us! ECONOMY er. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rees attended the funeral services held in Logan last week for the daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Monk who were drowned in Logan dam. Quite a number attended the Logan temple Friday. Jarvis Johnson had the mishap of going off the road into the marshes near Logan. Luckily no one was injured and they continued on to Logan. Leo Farnsworth went to Salt Lake City to get his mother who has been visiting with her daughter for the past several weeks. Mrs. Farnsworth who has been In poor health for some time, will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Farnsworth for some time. Barbara Welling entertained the S. S. club Sunday afternoon. Luncheon RAIL FARES ARE LOW Bound trips approximately l'ic a r.iilo in coaches; 2c a mile in IV.k.cUiE, berth cost) extra. Enroute. see gigantic Boulder Dam, now almost completed a low-co- st side trip from Las Vegas. But whatever you do, make your California It trip in COMFORT1 starts the moment you step on a Union Pacific train....a pleasant at For complete details ccnc.:!i lore' rent today's low fares, real ECONOMY! UNION PACIFIC ate living room. Returns Alone to Keep His Honeymoon Pledge Neosho, Mo. An old riiim walked Into the hotel here iind registered. The hotel clerk tnlked to h'lu and found (iffy yenrs ngo, he find tils hride spent their honeymoon there, vowin-- r to return to celebrate ihelr golden wed ding anniversary. Although the wife had died, her hiisHaiul returned on the date and tilled his room with flowers He did not give his name. M1H SUBS7? that, NOTICES Consult Clerk of the District Court or the Respective Signers for Further Information. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I "Everything to Build Anything" Wilson Lumber Co. PHONE 11 scheme. It should radiate light on the rest of the room as well as your book. If it has a shade, that "certain something" called "tone" will be added. To get the most out of a floor lamp, bulbs totaling at least 120 watts should be used. Other arrangements of living room furniture call for different types of PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP When the garage door drags And the pergola sags, And the back steps are aflop; The old roof leaks, And the floors all creak, And the sweet peas need a prop; When a little paper and paint Would Make a room look new, And you wonder how in the world You can get it all attended to; Just Phone or in luxurious COMFORT with 'nimmMMM J . camp at Brigham City, was visiting with bis sister, Mrs. Eben Wilcox over the weekend. WOMAN, 80, HONORED Noren Earl spent the weekend with Mrs. E. H. White entertained Sather sister in Logan, Janice Earl, who urday in honor of the eightieth birthis attending the A. C. day of Mrs. Mary A. White, mother Jim Smith of the CCC camp at of Dr. E. H. White, at their home. with the weekend Brigham City, spent Several elderly people of Tremonton his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. were invited guests and all wished her Smith. returns of the day and expressMr. and Mrs. Leo Coombs spent Sat was served and games were played.a many had a very enjoyable ed Vel-durday in Ogden on business. having and won Cannon high prize Mrs. Donetta Petersen was hostess Beth Gibbs consolation. to the Social Development club last and members Thursday. Eighteen several invited guests were present. A splendid program was given. Lunch eon was served by the hostess. The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roundy, who has been seriously ill for the past ten days with pneumonia, is much improved at this writing. Ota The stork visited in our town last ILn.. AM fa. week, leaving baby daughters at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deakin and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Deakin was formerly Miss Effie Johnson and Mrs. Nelson was formerly Miss Louise Burns, both of Fielding. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Farnsworth were hostesses to a theatre party for the members of the Social Development club and their husbands, Wednesday Go to California whers evening at the Paramount theatre in Garland. Spring awaits youl See Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bourne and E. the things you've heard H. Packer went to Salt Lake City much about so giant Thursday to see Thayne Packer, who redwoods, historic misleft for the Eastern States Mission sions, orange groves, Thursday evening. Mrs. E. H. Packer who has spent the past ten days the blue Pacific, Los Anwith Thayne in Salt Lake, returned geles and Movieland home with the Bournes and Mr. Pack- y le X Woods ELWOOD By Mrs. IL P. Easmunsen f. I. A. had their ereen and Th ball last Thursday. Ara Andergold sen was chosen queen. The hall was nicely decorated and a large crowd enjoyed the dance. Mrs. Etta Yeates or Keuon, was n Sunday guest of Bishop and Mrs. A. P. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Currier or Salt Lake City spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Currier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Andersen. Joe Hansen has suffered a bad case of bloodpoisoning contracted by crank ing a car. Mrs. Val Chatfield, her sister, miss Jensen, Luby and Peter Rasmussen of Salt Lake Citv. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Rasmussen and family. Mrs. Fred Barfus and son, Donald, visited her son and family in Preston I TREMONTON, UTAH ESTATE OF WM. E. GETZ, Deceased. Creditors will present with vouchers to the undersigned at Kaysville, Utah, or to his attorney, Lewis Jones, 1st National Bank Building, Brlgham City, Utah, on or before the 1st day of April, A. D. 1935. Richard M. Gerber, executor of the estate of William E. Gctz, deceased. 3 LEWIS JONES, Attorney for Executor, Brlgham, City, Utah. Date of first publication, January 24, A. D. 1935. Date of last publication, February -- ON- 21, 1935. Bed Room Furniture POOR LIGHT MAKES STUDYING TWICE AS HARD . . . AND MAY DO YOUNG EYES REAL HARM Reading and writing and Vithmetic! Are they wearing her out? Perhaps It's the light. Very often that's the case, and mother and dad don't realize it. wouldn't knowingly permit improper lighting to hamper your child's progress, to impair her eyesight, to menace her health. Check up on your lighting! See that those young eyes are amply protected! You Will Be Surprised and Convinced if You Will Make the Comparison we invite On You Our Quality and Prices! r Don't Pass Up This Opportunity to Get That Piece of Furniture You Have Wanted So Long! Have one of our lighting dvlteri visit your home and make the tlghtmeter tett It's Interettlng and It tells you convincing! what Is the right light for ths right place. Phone us tomorrow. ELECTRICITY IS THE BIGGEST BARGAIN In the HOME J Utah Power & Light Co.