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"MORE HOMES FOR MORE PEOPLE IN TREMONTON" BEAR 1v ttK. VOLUME X TF A 17 Ml J. V II XI M 1U f LEY IT H? A IVm TtD NUMBER TREMONTON CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1935 A "TAILOR - MADE" TOWN MARY A. WHITE Mother of Dr. E. H. White Expires While Taking Bath Mrs. Mary A. White, 80, widow of Chas. White both of Beaver, and mother of Dr. E. H. White, died suddenly Saturday evening while taking a bath. The cause of her death cannot be fully confirmed though it is thought that she could have died from a heart attack or an electric shock from the switch near the bath tub. Mrs. White has been living with her son and daughter-in-laat the hospital for the past year. She has enjoyed the best of health and at the time of her death was preparing to attend the graduation exercises of the Bear River high school. Her sudden death was a severe shock to her loved ones and her friends. She was born February 9, 1855, in Cedar City, the daughter of William and Ann Greenwood. Later she moved to Beaver with her parents where she spent the greater part of her life. Possessed of rare abilities and characteristics which she has used all her life in leligious and civic activities she has drawn to herself many warm friends and admirers where she has lived. Coming to this community about a year ago, she became active in the religious functions of this ward and maintained that activity jp to the moment of her death. She was truly possessed of the pioneer spirit of industry, gentleness and a keen interest for the welfare of her friends and the community in which she lived. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Wm. E. Twitchell, Beaver; and four children, Dr. E. H. White, of this city; Dennis White and Mrs. E. Robinson, Beaver; and Mrs. Luella Stroos, South Dakota. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the L. D. S. chapel with Counsellor Israel Hunsaker, Jr., conducting. Special musical numbers were given by the Singing Mothrs, a trio by Mrs. O. A. Seager, Mrs. O. L. Brough and Mrs. Ed Thompson, and solos by Mary White, a niece, and Mrs. Jewell Steffen. The speakers were President K. H. Fridal, Margaret H. Pack, counsellor in Relief Society presidency; Mrs. Agnes Waldron, captain of the Midland camp of Daughters of Pioneers, Bishop James Walton and Israel Hunsaker, Jr. More than a hundred members of the Relief Society were in attendance in a body to pay tribute to the deceased. The floral offerings were beautiful. Immediately following the services the cortage left for Beaver where serconducted this afternoon vices (Thursday.) 8'U ASt-- i sV " 4i Stiff t STSl . i' bw room. mountains in its back yard S. town designed by, built by, and operated by the United States government. Every modern facility has been provided for its citizens, the workmen on the world's greatest flood control and c It has project. never felt the depression, it has no poor relief problem, and has never had an unemployed citizen. The head of every family is on Uncle Sam's payroll, or that of the government contractors! hydro-electri- ' " Funeral Services Held For Lester Newton Malad Wallops Nine Runs In Sixth - d. Daughter of Bishop Mrs. Merland Grover Injured by Swing Schedule for Junior Members Soft Ball In City League i Impressive Rites Held For Holdaway ; A. ld -- - - j Er-m- j -- Wat-kin- T. E. Adams, president of the North Box Elder County Farm Bureau, waa named general secretary of the National Farm Loan association with thd office to be set up in this city. Mr. Wright, of the Federal Land Bank, met with the directors of the five N.F.LA. Monday evening in the Lions club, where the general secretary was elected. The locals participating in the balloting for the general secretary were, Tremonton, Garland, Rawlins, Plymouth and Blue Creek. A number of candidates had the position, but the, balloting sought was in p, Local Legion Post Concert Pianist to Program to Start at B. To Give Program R. H. S. In Summer Appear In Stake Farm Mechanics At Brigham City Tabernacle Friday The De Vere Watkins Post No. 76 of the American Legion of this city have been invited to give the program at the regular monthly meeting of the Brigham Post No .10 to be held Thurs day evening, May 23 at 8 p. m. in the Howard Hotel in Brigham City. The local post officers are working on the program and a good representation is expected to go from here and enjoy the hospitality of the Brigham post. Organizations Consolidated Under One Office , -- Every home, every building each street even the brilliant green lawns all built to a preconceived pattern. Boulder City, Nevada, four years of age, as it appears today, nestling comfortably in the desert with barren N.F.LA. Voting is urged by all wheat producers whether they have a contract or not. You may determine by your ballot if you desire a 4 year extension of the wheat allotment program. This may be the last opportunity offered wheat producers to receive national favor of Mr. Adams.. aid. Give this privilege your earnest In the consolidation, of these five consideration. Don't fail to vote. locals under one general secretary, David Holmgren, Chairman. the expenses of operation will be greatly reduced and it is believed that the efficiency will be increased. LEAVES FOR COAST In addition to this set-uit is now Dr. Jay M. Schaffer will Jeave for tentatively proposed that the Crop San Francisco and Los Angeles Sat Production loan office be established urday, and will remain on the coast in the same office; and still further, for a week. Mrs. Schaffer and fam- that Farm Bureau headquarters be al ily and Lillian Morris will accompany so established in the same building. him. Dr. E. H. White will see Dr. In the consolidation and the groupSchaffer's patients during his absence. ing of these offices, ft hails the dawn of a new day for the farmer and will make it possible for him to come under the one roof and transact practically all business he may have, or desires to have, in the borrowing of money for crop production, the securing, or payment of his federal farm loan, or any other such business that might come under these heads. Besides the convenience it will offer, the rate of interest will be tow in comparison to what he has formerly paid and the expense and time that has been required previously to consummate these loans and payments will also be greatly reduced. The selection of Mr. Adams, who has been actively engaged in farm bureau work anoT on the wheat allotment committee, meets with general satisfaction among the farmers and business associates. Mr. Adams' rating with the Federal Land Bank and the organization which he has worked in is altogether satisfactory and will insure efficient and prompt handling of the business under his supervision. -- e - Farm A wheat production adjustment referendum vote will be held Satur day, May 25, for the Tremonton district. Voting will begin at 9 a. m. and close at 8 p. m. in the Lions club The Bear River high school is one Flora Ferraro, concert pianist, will appear in a program, at the stake of three schools in the state, that has tabernacle in Garland, Friday evening, been selected to begin for the first time, a program in Summer Farm May 31, at 8:15 p. m. A particularly gifted artist, Mrs. Mechanics for high school ag, stuFerraro is especially well known in dents. the intermountain western states, This program is given to the paboth as a teacher and pianist. trons of the school without cost to She has recently filled numerous the taxpayers of the county. concert engagements with a number Registration blanks are being sent of Los Angles organizations, including to the parents of the boys who are the Ebell club and the McDowell club. interested in such a program for their This will be an opportunity to hear and signature. a splendid artist, not often given this approval It has for its aims the following obMISS MARY E. BURNS TO PRE-- . community. Miss Mary E. Burns and Mrs. Faun jectives: SENT STUDENTS IN RECITAL 1. To improve the appearance of Quinney as a committee, have the farm home surroundings in Box Elder Miss Mary E. Burns will present a sale of tickets in charge. county by painting homes, fences and group of students in a piano recital at the stake tabernacle at Garland, 2. Construction and installation of Friday evening, May 24, at 8:15. garden furniture. The public is cordially invited. 3. Construction of new buildings, fences, gates etc. 4. Additions to old buildings and Tre-monto- n; Solemn and impressive funeral ser- remodeling. 5. Construction of concrete walks, vices were held Sunday afternoon in Score the L. D. S chapel over the remains walls, foundation etc. 6. Use of whitewash on of Lester Newton, who died Thursday folat the annually. Valley hospital morning 7. Community projects, bleachers, lowing an injury to his foot one week 8 9 runs hits in and the Scoring Death was caused from gas church fences etc. sixth inning, Malad held a field day at previous. 8. Repairs to all mechanical equipThe services were in charge gangrene. the expense of the entire Tremonton of Counsellor Israel ment on the farms. The Jr. Hunsaker, team. The Malad team collected 13 9. Planning and estimating- for were Patriarch James P. hits and 11 runs off Gardner during speakers K. H. Fridal, home additions and remodeling in prePresident Christensen, the five and one third innings he was John O. Garfield and Bishop James paration for loans under the Home on the mound, and 5 hits and 3 runs Loan Act. Walton. during Shuman's stay on the rubber. dua were musical numbers Building up a repair shop adequat All in all, it was a big day for Malad. et Special LaVon Stokes and Mrs. Judith ely equipped on each farm-steaby Tremonton scored first in the third A. The students will be supervised dur Strand, and a solo by Mrs. C. R. inning, making three runs from two Steffen. the summer by an instructor who ing hits, an error, and Vernal's second hit will to were visit the boys and check upon the tributes ahe parHigh paid between the shoulders, and it looked ents and family of the deceased and projects they undertake to do. Credit Sun. as though Tremonton was going to words of consolation were offered to will be given according to the quality Malad came the bereaved in the loss i win another ball game. of their pro- of the wark done. Reta, seven year old daughter of back and scored two runs In their half mising young son. Bishop and Mrs. Merland Grover of of the third, and two more in the The chapel was completely filled Penrose, was seriously injured in a fourth inning. Both teams then went with friends and relatives, many of fall from a swing at her home Sun- scoreless, until the fatal sixth allready whom came long distances to join in described. The four runs Tremonton tribute of love day afternoon. and respect paid the A number of young friends had scored in the seventh and eighth in- bereaved family. afhon-1 nings were Just a mere formality gathered at the Grover home in The floral offerings were many and or of Reta's seventh birthday. A ter such a scoring spree. L beautiful. Boys and girls schedule will be the en-1 Conger led the batting with 3 hits awing had been erected for their Interment was made in the City same. Boys play Thursday night and joyment, and Reta happened to be out of five trips to the plate. Harris Cemetery, Shaw & Iverson funeral di- the girls Wednesday night, starting the occupant when the rope gave way also got himself three hits out of five rectors. May 29 and 30 One game will be and she was hurled to the ground trips to the platter, two on the back, played each week. and the swing bars crashed upon her. and one on the leg. Shorty Beck made Following is the schedule for the She was rushed to the Valley hospital a habit of pilfering the bases. He half. first for attention. A large gash in the stole second in two successive innings week 1 vs. 6 at park; 2 vs. First to continued would have stitches and fourteen head requiring probably Twin 5 3 vs. at park. at Evans&; close it and other bruises were the re- had he been able to solve the offer6 vs. 2 at school; Second week onlfa nt tho fall Whlla tha inHiirtoa ings of Larson in a more successful rites were held for Ross 1 vs. 3 at park; 5 vs. 4 at park. , Impressive ' 1 were senous uie cnuu is expected iu manner. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Third week 6 vs. 3 at park; 1 vs. recover in due course of time. With good weather prevailing, Tre- Ray Holdaway, Saturday afternoon at 5 at school; 4 vs. 2 at park. monton still hopes to have an opening 2 o'clock in the L. D. S. chapel. week - 1 vs. 2 at park; 3 Fourth ball game at home. They will meet The baby followed its twin brother vs. 5 at Evans; 6 vs. 4 at park. HIT AND MISS the strong Logan Elks team Sunday in death three weeks, during which 1 vs. 4 at school; 2 Firth (By AL) at 3 p. m. on the local diamond. This time he had been seriously ill; though vs. 2 at week 5 vs. 6 at park. park; Rain and upsets again won four of game promises plenty of excitement. at one time during this period it was Team number and team captains around teams all have Both and strong the five games last Sunday are as follows: thought that it would recover. our old war horse, Rex The services were in charge of BishGirls Team No. 1, Roma Peterbrought Hit and Mill down to .800 for outfits, and now a hurling for the Elks. op James Walton. The speakers were son; No. 2, Mary White; No. 3, the season's average. Providing good Hunsaker, is weather prevails, they should end as They will probably start Rasmussen Bishop Amos Hansen, President K. H. Holland; No. 4, Wanda Tederson; on the mound with Soffe receiving. Fridal and follows: Bishop Walton, who all No. 5, Helen Winzeler; No. 6, Vema Rasmussen has the fastest delivery in paid glowing tributes to the parents Theurcr. Garland 8, Brigham City2. the league and it is really a treat to for their integrity, their high purCollegians 7, Malad 5. Boys - Team No. 1, Hartley White; s watch this boy work. Manager Preston 11, Honeyville 4. poses in life and the courage and faith No. 2, Jack Anderson; No. 3 Richard will probably choose Gardner to they have No. 4, Ferron Robbins; Ogden 4, Smithfild 6. displayed. Special musical this game, with himself calling numbers were a solo by Mrs. Judith Anderson; 5. pitch Tremonton Elks 8, No. 5, Fred Allen; No. 6, Jay AnderStrand and a solo by Rasmus Chris- son. Best upset Ogden to beat Smith' signals this week. The following Thursday (Decora- tensen. field. Team captains should contact their tion Day) Tremonton meets their old Decoration Day Game Many friends were in attendance men and elect a manager before the rivals from up north, and Garland Is and the floral offerings were many first ball game. Garland 3, Tremonton 4. Those not on the to and 5. anxious the beautiful. for 10, teams revenge get selected plenty Honeyville Ogden get in touch with me Interment was made in the City if you want to play. Those wanting beating they took from our team in Brigham City 7, Malad 5. the Peach Day tournament last year. cemetery. Shaw & Iverson funeral to play tennis or other games or acSmithfleld 6, Preston 2. Let them come, we've got another directors. Collegians 3, Elks 7. tivity see me soon and we will make Malad to beat Brig Gardner to set on them. Best upset arrangements. This game will start at 3:30 p. m. Don Sheffield. cam City. BE SURE AND READ THE ADS 1 OF Important Wheat Adjustment Referendum Vote Here Sat. "" w I GENERALSEC'Y Notice is hereby given that all stores In Tremonton will be closed on Decoration Day and Will remain open until 6 o'clock only, Wednesday evening. All pa- trons are advised to arrange their shopping in accordance with the above notice. AT SON'S HOME 1 MADE DECORATION DAY TO BE OBSERVED IN TREMONTON DIES SUDDENLY THIRTY-SI- X Famous Educator u A Riverside I i as. a nroeressive educator Tnmniia . L, rau t nv. rini.nlnA. ana auuior, uvu&uoa ui. TT1 will Journey west this summer to teach at Brigham Young university, Provo, Utah, beginning June 10. Dr. Douglass is professor of secondary education at the University of Mln-- ; nesota and is widely known for his inspiring books. 4-- H Swine Club Is Organized A Boy's Swine Club was organized at Riverside recently, under the direction of John Stewart, assistant Box Elder County Extention Agent. The following officers were elected: Leader, Howard Capener; president, Blain WellVerl Udy; Co. secretary-treasurReed ing; song and cheer leader, Lynn Tubbs; reporter, Jay MacFarlane. This organization was formed with Saturday, May 18, was an epoch the assistance of R. C, Richards and Wil" making day in the history of the Thomas Udy. son Lumber Company and in the From a of Tremonton. of field sage this humble start in a to has grown company enterprising be one of the leaders in its field In LOVE, the entire state. Th dream of Charles TIIOREAU once wrote an essay on C. Wilson in 1903 that Tremonton had been He have that busimay subject. possibilities for growth and big his more matches for responsible true partly by ness was literally proven than Will Rogers. sonsequent organization of the Wilson Lumbr company, which today pays Girls all over the land, as well as In Inhim honor for the foundation of Tremonton are dreaming dreams of which he tegrity and stability on happiness in a little cottage. founded this progressive company. to him and June will see many of them arranging Today It stands as a credit The him. building furniture, hanging curtains, planthose who follow enis a beautiful structure composed ning meals. to the tirely of the products they offer It will be great fun as each couple (riease Turn to Page Four) starts housekeeping. She will call him "lover" or something better. He may call her "kitten" or someGarland of Mothers The Singing socthing just as cute. She will like will furnish the music for Relief To it at least till she gets her eyes next here Tuesday. iety meeting opened to the fact that he Isn't return the favor the Singing Mothers perfection personified. of this ward will go to Garland to sing. She may Indefinitely postpone the day when she loses her glamour by SOIT BALL LEAGUE STANDING those many artifices which a clever W. L. woman alone understands. These 0 3 Tremonton Yanks Include harmonious selections of 1 2 Tremonton Blues daintily prepared meals furnishings, 1 2 Tremonton Cards with due regard for varplanned 1 2 Union iety, neatness In her own appear1 2 ance and a happy attitude which Crystal Springs 2 1 Bothwcll No. 1 makes hubby glad for the haven of 2 1 Elwood home safe from the raucous 3 0 world. y American Legion of the 4-- H vice-preside- Wilson Lumber Opens Beautiful Store Mac-Farla- e, V "FRIENDSHIP, MARRIAGE" buf-fetln- gs work-a-da- Bothwell No. 2 0 3 0 In her planning, this modem manager 0 East Tremonton 0 of a man will be glad that she 0 Evans live In the old trading-pos- t doesn't This Week's Results She will save much time In 3. 4 ; days... Blues, Yanks, selecting furnishings, clothing and Cards, 13; Bothwell No. 2, 10. 8. food by perusing the advertisements 18: Union, Crystal Springs, of the Tremonton merchants In the Elwood, 13; American Legion, 12. Bear River Valley Lewder. Thatcher, 4; Bothwell No. 2, 3.