|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1935 Mrs. Naomi Huggins, Mrs. Emma Mrs. Carrie A. Christensen, Mrs. Trena Christensen, Mrs. Sarah M. Fri dai, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scothern and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnson spent Friday in Logan, doing temple work. Seven students of this city were graduated from the Bear River high Oh-ma- BEAR RIVER CITY Mr. By C. W. BraiUford I The Jolly Ten club, first year food girls met Thursday at the home of their leader, Mrs. Hyrum Christen-se- n at three o'clock, to organize their club. The following officers were chosen: President, LeVell Christen-sen- ; vice president, Dorothy Holland; sec, Donna Christensen; reporter, Clarice Andersen; song and cheer leader, Francis Christensen; organist, Helen Taylor; recreation leader, Beth VVankier. The girls are looking forward to a pleasant and successful year. Mrs. Alma Nelsen of McCammon, Idaho, is visiting in this city with rela tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Narvin and family spent Sunday visiting at the home of Sarah M. Fridal. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Simson of Salt Lake City, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Heber Hal with other relatives. also ling, Mrs. Elizabeth (Nellie) Andersen, 4-- H Happy In Refrigerator Bothwell, Mrs. August Iversen and Mrs. Bernice Hall of this city, were shopping in Ogden Saturday. Twenty-si- x students were graduat ed this year from the eighth grade here. Their teacher was Glenn Taylor. The Ladies Literary club of this ward are holding their Mothers Day program Friday, May 24th, at the home of Mrs. Oluf Jensen. Mrs. Lewis Dahl of Midvale is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Marie Rasmusen. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Holmgren were shopping in Ogden Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Christensen and family were Ogden visitors Fri- - Lee's Meat Market r' Beef, Best Cuts Pound i 16c Pound 1 t 25c Fresh Ground 2 Pounds PORK SAUSAGE Fresh Ground 2 t SLICED BACON 35c Pounds BEEF LIVER Young, Tender Pound 35c FRANKFURTERS 15c 35c 2 Pounds H artley home. Fy "Just Home Folks" , j Crystal White 10 Bars Box Peets Granulated FREE! 1 35c CHAD White King 23c Bars Complexion Towel FREE! rxins PORK AND BEANS OLIVES 21c 15c 10c 10c Ma. TUNA FLAKES SHRIMPS '1-.- .. POTATO FLAKES PICKLES 7c 15c 10c Package s Quart Can GINGERALE,ERICK.EI 5C MUSTARD SFhakeJar BACON 33c lSc"rcd. LARDS ?138 COMPOUND 1 7C Package LETTUCE fSS f,eTc"!.- ORANGES Dotr. K.i.pe.. -. e, noon. Miss Golda McFarlane of Logan, attended the commencement exercises here Saturday night. Mrs. Arthur Welling entertained at a handkerchief shower in honor of Miss Edna Capener Saturday afternoon May 18. Luncheon was served to twelve guests at 2 o'clock. Miss Mildrd Allred, Box Elder coun ty nurse, spent Sunday at the home of her mother, in Fountain Green. Monday, Miss Allred attended a convention in Salt Lake City. Weekend guests at the A. R. Capener home were Mr. and Mrs. C. Haffield. Mrs. T. J. Garn of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Fannie Capener of East Garland. Mrs. Ethel Lund of Brigham City, county home demonstration agent, attended the work and business department of the Relief Society union meet lng Sunday. You should always be loyal to the home town for what it is and what it will be. PRODUCE BANANAS j President C. E. Smith delivered the address to the graduates of Malad high school at Malad, Idaho, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Shumway return-- J ed Friday from a trip east. Their son, Jack, who spent the past two years in the British mission, came home with them. Saturday evening, Mrs. A. R. Ca- pener entertained at a party in honor of her daughter, Edna. Twenty-fiv- e guests were present. Mrs. A. E. Bennion and Miss Charlotte Dancey of Logan, Mrs. Noel Bennion of Brigham City, were Thurs day guests of Mrs. Ike Bennion and Mrs. J. L. Harvey at the Harvey home Mrs. A. R. Capener entertained twenty guests at dinner on Sunday. Mrs. E. O. Redding of Centerville Mrs. Horace C. Holbrook of Salt Lake City, and Mrs. E. L. Linford of Kays-villwere weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Welling. P. C. Petterson and daughter, Florence, returned Sunday from a pleasant visit with friends in California. Mr. and Mrs. Oluf Johnson and daughters, Ruth and Helen, visited with relatives in Ogden Friday after- - 5c 5c 25c OUR tropics. dry-ter- QUALITY MEATS 50 ECONOMY 4 SQUARES Bun. CARROTS S Bun. CORNED BEEF Ou.1 NEW PEAS Lb- - 90 DEVILED MEAT For KEW CABBAGE Lb. 50 HERRING Kippered Filets Can S 1(A 50 Lb. 100 TREE TEA Green Lb i. -- Each O PINEAPPLE Small Can For 150 Lb. 300 PORK AND BEANS Pierces, Qt. Can 90 COFFEE J. B. TOMATOES Pierces Mrs. Sarah Homer was delightfully surprised at the home of her mother, Mrs. T. V. Summers, by 20 of her friends and neighbors, the occasion being her birthday. She was presented with many useful and lovely gifts. Games were played after which a delicious luncheon was served. Many patrons attended the high school graduating exercises at the stake tabernacle Saturday evening. There were six graduates from l. There were also Seminary 15 lL250 M. By Lb. NEW POTATOES GRAPEFRUIT Large Arizona $ W 220 VEAL STEW TOMATOES BOTHWELL Mrs. Ezra Harris Lb. Shoulder Cuts Fresh -- 260 LAMB ROASTS TURNIPS "" Lb. BEEF POT ROASTS 10 CAULIFLOWER : Qt. Can PEACHES Sliced, Qt. Can For GRAPEFRUIT Shavers Large Can For 2 SNOWDRIFT Shortening 230 SYRUP Maple Flavor 100 JAM, Hewlett's Tree Fruit 330 BLACKBERRIES 250 DILL PICKLES Quart Jar "r Gal. 590 Gal. 490 250 FOOD STORES Both-wel- 4-- y r CATSUP 13'2-o- z. Can . rurirci? Nippy Pound MACARONI 3 Lbs. PEANUT BUTTER j PORK AND BEANS c COFFEES JELL WELL AScteeT: DP AC Fancy enm baking AULUllUiMAL TskM 'an PINEAPPLE Can 12' 1 8' 25' 25' 3T 10' 19' 4' 12' EVERY DAY PRICES CORN BEEF COCOA POWDERED TOMATOES SOAP Zbiin.g. 29' 20' .12' 10' Bleacher Vi Gallon MOP STICKS S Pounds L. MUSTARDS flour 10' 8 SAGO, TAPIOCA CVDITD CORN FLAKES 25' SUGAR lL 1 9' ca2!j 10' PURE LARD ?141 Pounds 17' 19' CHOCOLATES CLABBER GIRL 1U 2 12., i;Rr.kK00ds JET OIL CRACKERS i UUUf That yau can save money on your food bill every day of the week at Pay'n Takit. You will enjoy shopping in this modern food store. 8' 23' 20' Package MAKE GOOD OR WE DO Phone 28 MrT and Mrs. Ray Session and children from California have been visiting here with friends and relatives for the past few days. Ray Stark and Fred Christensen returned home Friday after spending several months in California. DarreH Stokes, a student of the A. C, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Stokes. Orvil Hinnman of California, is visiting with his sister, Mrs. J. J. o, GRAPEFRUIT Tremonton, Utah Mrs. Leona Anderson and childrn are visiting in Ogden. j Quarters for the penguins were installed aboard the ship in Nev Zealand before it started for Littlej America jast January to pick un the expedition. A tank was built in the floor and the most efficient type of refrigerating equipment installed: to keep both the air and salt wateij at low temperatures. To keep outf heat, particularly in the tropics walls, celling and floor were insw lated with a high efficient cy material developed for use hJ household electric refrigerators; Oddly enough, this material, de--j pended upon to keep the penguin cold and alive, was also used taf keep Admiral Byrd warm and alive in the hut he occupied during hisj solitary antarctic vigil last year! It was also used in all the boused at Little America. Whether the penguins must be kept permanently under refrigeration remains to be discovered. Other varieties live in the tropica; In fact, the vessel stopped at thi Qallapagos and picked up a coiled tion of the smaller penguins thai thrive there. It is this type that an .now seen at soos. and DITDrV T UllDA Fronk Chevrolet Co. 4 Bun. GREEN ONIONS Long, White beat while the ship was in tha GARLAND Mrs. Geo. A. Deal CHAD i, RADISHES Crisp Utah day. Mrs. Hannah Smith of Cleveland, Idaho, spent ten days in this city visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alvin Andersen and family. 1 w . and pREENINQ their feathers splashing merrily in their icy private swimming pool, more than a dozen Antarctic penguins last week prepared to receive a greet" ing from President Roosevelt as Admiral Byrd's supply ship steamed up the Potomac to Washington. Their greeting was necessarily chilly one for their room and bath aboard the vessel were specially refrigerated to keep them comfortably cold during the long voyage from Little America. The birds are Imperial penguins, nd are half as tall as a man. They are the first of the Antarctic breed ever brought back alive to the Dnited States. So cold are the temperatures in which they thrive that the snip's regular refrigerator room could not be depended upon o keep them healthfully chilly. Even in the cold of their special dir conditioned room with its salt rater swimming pool, more than half the birds died. Ironically, they were stricken with pneumonia, autopsies revealed, indicating that at least they were protected from the 25J Smoked Pound . ;v.;:. t .ivr.Sv quaneri win a . conrve HAMBURGER Sirloin Pound . visAl- Now is the time you'll want some fresh garden vegetables for every meal. Step into our store and you wiU see an array of greater variety and better quality than you thought possible in Tremonton. Every day of the week the best of everything is to be had at this store f In their ley private swimming pool, dozen Antarctic penguins are ready to give a chilly greeting to President Roosevelt as Admiral Byrd and his ship mi Beef . Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Allen were iting in Ogden Sunday with Mr. len's mother, who has been ill. COME SATURDAY , m. ' FOR SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1935 RIB BOIL V i TREMONTON, UTAH POT ROASTS Ten students were graduated from the eighth grade here thla year. Miss WUma Mills returned to her home in Stone, Idaho, Friday, after attending Bear Rived high school during the winter. Sunday evening the Tremonton male chorus gave the program at the sacrament meeting, consisting of vocal, instrumental numbers and a reading. The program given was appreciated very much by the many who were in attendance, and an invitation was extended for them to come again. C. C. Watkins, music director, was at Bothwell school building Wednesday morning to give band instruction. He is desirous of having a good musical representation from Bothwell. n, school. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Andersen of Sim-son- 's J PAGE FIVE TISSUE ! 1000 Sheets STRING BEANS Amaizo 10 IAM b. Lbs. z. Bucket EXTRACTS I l?MAMC Large Dozen 23' 5' 10' 5' .. ...... 9' 65' .57' rYMah 5' 15' run nifRHRC ensp for BANANAS Can . 2 .9' Pound 5'