PAGE FIVE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1936 American Legion Annual WASHING t OifS BIRTHDAY BALL O JO at Garland Aianoffy - Saturday, Fehttua&y 22 O O :i- - it tained at a four couple party at their borne Friday evening. The weekly genealogical meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sorensen. Henry ' Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Rhodes were ! home from Logan for the weekend. Scout! the annual Commemorating week, a court of honor was held in j the ward house Sunday evening. A very interesting program was carried out under the direction of Scout mas ter, Clifton Grover. Willard Larson, senior patrol leader became a star scout, Durrell Grover was awarded four merit badges, Ned Shaffer three merit badges and Dyal Sorensen a tenderfoot pin. Willard Larson, Durrel Grover, Ned Shaffer, Golden Adams, Carl Somers, Darrell Hansen and Lyn EAST GARLAND I By Bin. David Larson I i Mrs. Lafayette Graver was hostess to the ward genealogical committee and their partners at her home on Friday evening. Eighteen guests en. joyed an evening of games followed . by a hot supper. Mrs. Linda Somers and her son, Fred, were honored guests of the Gar land Lions club Wednesday evening. Recently Fred has been honored guest at several functions in Logan complimenting hime for his achievement in winning a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford, England. ; The ,annual Green and Gold ball, sponsored by the M. I. A., was held at the ward house Wednesday evening. The hall was decorated for the and a good sized crowd joined in the dancing. ,. Miss Luella Atkinson spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Leland Watt In Thatcher. ' Dean Grover has. accepted a part In the Shakespearian play, "Taming of the Shrew", which is to presented 3rt Ob April; ?t U. Miss Helen Atkinson is visiting e and with Mr. Young in .tv- Perry.Miss Hilda Miller spent the week : . . Vf -. Mrs!-Wallac- - 4 "The Promised the town We have O. P. Skaggs leads in quality meats just purchased a number of -- Daddy Anderson's corn fed feaby beef which will be on sale in our market. -- PRICES EFFECTIVE PIECE LB. SALMON sliced ... , FRANKS 2H CHICKEN LEGS .. .M LB. BUTTER BladfBeauty ' A LB. POP CORN 8tf DATED LB. COFFEE 23tf Crystal Wedding PKG. OATS :. CATSUP.....: NO. j8 CANS - 10 r. 2 CANS o SPINACH 25 ' 6 Delicious Flavors JELLO PKG. 5 SLICED Lge. Flat Can PINEAPPLE. 2 184 Bottle 14-o-x. ! work done. 2 CANS m PUMPKIN NOODLES LB. HERSHEY lltf COCOA Rehearsals on "The Three Wise Fools," a three-adrama, under the direction of R. Z. Heppler, began Monj day evening. Several years ago this play was presented here by the Tre-- 1 mon ton M. I. A. It was such a mark- ed success that the cast has decided to revive it and play it again. Mostj of the original cast is being used, although some changes have been made Bishop Walton, a new members of the cast, will make his debut in this play. Gladys Richardson, Grant Thompson, LaVon Stokes, D. B. Green, Carl Cook Orpha Heppler, Fauson Cook, R. D. Anderson, Merwin Christensen and ' Porter Giles are also included. One or two minor parts have not yet been BEANS fresh '. sea-sor- 174 LB. 174 .... LB. Assorted Flavor FANCY CAKES ... 194 CXPSIWlGGS Surety Of Purity - t i hold. Perhaps this fact, too, war- ing fat resulting from broiling that rants a few words and thoughts in is quite something to lift your eyeregard to bacon broilery a scrump- brows about, don't you agree? tious, easy cookery touch. Now, as for the "toughness and What! Get the house so very blackness" of bacon broiled in a miracle broiler, well, such a condition smoky and the broiler all for a few slices of charred, just doesn't exist because the pertough bacon? It's difficult enough fectly controlled electric heat embers to fry bacon why bring up any, don't broil that wayl The slow-risin-g, broiler complications! - And some even heat so necessary for makfolks really feel that way about ing crispy, crunchy slices of bacon, debroiling, and justified they are, too! cooks the bacon to a "just-righ- t" gree of doneness, the broiler drains Smokeless Broiling off excess fat, and then the ' But, now, the automatic range has baconthe is browned to a luscious come along to conquer all of the golden color. And if you choose to trials and tribulations connected have not even a broiler pan to wash, with cookery methods. broil your bacon and fish on brown The modern electric ranee "cooks paper, placed directly under the up" nothing short of real cooking meat. The fat is absorbed in the miracles, which make cooking easy paper while the meat broils delightand sure; miracles which make fully on. cooking safe and scientific. By the So, when you "bring home the turn of a switch, with the turn of a bacon" here's the best possible way dial, this magic servant bows to to treat it before it reaches the table. madame's latest whims and fancies, Broiled Bacon And this miracle range has more than one piece to play. Whether it's Turn switch to Broil. Turn Tem a cake, Iamb stew or broiled bacon perature Control as far as it can be you want, you may have it in its turned. Place bacon on Smokeless most tantalizing mood. Broiler Pan. Note: a piece of paper Concerning broiled bacon, how- may be used on top of broiler pan ever, you may be interested in before bacon is placed on it; to abknowing how the miracle broiler sorb the grease and leave bacon performs. The broiler is shelved in crisp. Leave oven doot ajar and the electric oven and it slides out to broil until done. grease-spatter- r sale ; J. SchultZj Up until a late hour this afternoon, Jj there was: some doubt as to whether j the theatre could be opened by Satur-dabut all obstacles seem to hav- been overcome and the public will. ; have an opportunity to enjoy its opening with special features. The new show is located in the Mid-land Hotel building on South, First ?j West street, formerly occupied by the American Food Stores. The building j has been completely renovated to 4iv show make a modern and house, with slanting floor and all oth-equipment, which will ji make it second to none anywhere in..; the state. .M The theatre will be known as the Orpheum and will be operated by Mr. Schultz, who afc had many years of . experience behind him aa a theatre , man. y, up-to-d- er up-to-d- -- DR. DON C. JAMES OPTOMETRIST - will be here v Monday, February 10 Make Your Appointment Now Robert xmsmstn Gingerbread makes yood upside down cake with apple or pineapple slices in the bottom of the skillet. Quick, easy, and appetizing. i ed HartleyHome- Folks"tokes "Just II out-dat- 6 BARS CRYSTAL 6 BARS (i 2 BARS HEALTH TOILET SOAP AH Special No. 2 1 BROOM - GOOD QUALITY 3 CANS RED SEAL LYE 1 CAN CLEANER 1 LARGE PACKAGE WHITE KING 2 BARS HEALTH TOILET SOAP IS On Maytags SpeciolNo.3 FULL LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Maytag WASHER (Model 110) Twin Tubs ONE CASE OF WHITE KING SOAP '. 3 CANS PEAS 3CANSM0RN All For 3 CANS B $7950 5 CANS E A JV S 99c J. G. Read Bros. REPRESENTATIVE Special No. 4 - - - We Deliver Everywhere We Carry the Largest Stock of Parts and Let Us Repair Your Washer Rolls Utah. in or Write Wringer 'phone 113 Our Repair Truck Will Call At Your Home. v 340 24th Street J. A. PACK, Tremonton, Utah -- SOUi3 (A FULL TEAR'S SUPPLY) Just received a large shipment of Twin Rinse Tubs to take care of this outstanding washer offer. Just think! A full home laundry equipment offered during February on any model at TERMS AS LOW AS f 1.25 PER WEEK. EXTRA LARGE TRADE-IN- . . ALLOWANCE on your old washer during this sale. Call In Today For Hi HOSPITAL NEWS i WHITE - GIANT P. & G. - GIANT SIZE During February Only, So Long As Our Present Stock Lasts -- made by ' , The season for trapping will be en February 15 and remain open until April 1, according to Deputy Warden Lewis Abbott The license will be the same price as in past years f 5.00 but, includes; pnly spring trapping, as the season will remain closed in the fall, .There. Is still a closed season oh beavers, but it is open to other fur bearing animals of this territory. is receiving medical treatment here. Mrs. Tora Zhivers, of Tremonton, is receiving medical attention. She is ? Evan Green and Leland Harris of slowly improving. Mrs. Joe Burgers had her tonsils The year 1936 may be a break for Tremonton, had a repair of Hernia. the girls, but to the pedestrian it 1a Evan was operated on January 29 removed this week . and Leland February 3. just another leap year. When you buy cranberries look for George Quinney returned home Honey adds moisture to cooked Monday after receiving medical treat- a fresh plump berry that is firm and has a high luster. Avoid shriveled, foods, and in a cake helps to keep it ment for a week. from drying out. Seymour Johnson, of Beaver Dam, dull, or soft berries. 174 ... CHEESE ' : 2 LBS. BUTTER Wm? Bacon it delicious when broiled in the miracle broiler of a modern electric range. 10 u CAN Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Korth announce the marriage of their daughter, Mable to Mark Y. Dayley, of Twin Falls, Idaho, to take place in the Logan temple Friday, February 7. A dance and shower will be given in their honor at the East Garland recreation hall Saturday evening, February 8. All friends are cordially invited to attend. owner. i drama, was presented Tuesday night after M- - L A. meeting y the Junior! Girls-.- In giving this play the girls their requirements for fulfilled achievement in the field of drama.' Sixteen girls took part. The play had four acts with a prolouge and epi-- 1 logue.. The, latter two had their set-- ! tings in Utah. The others were set in England, Holland, Ohio and Nauvoo. High compliments were paid to the cast and to Hiss Loleta Hodges, director of the Junior Girls, for the fine Last Tuesday's preliminary program was something out of the ordinary. Moving pictures of the Box Elder county fair and rodeo and important football games at the Bear ii River high school during the last were shown. Homer Holcum stole all the laughs on the screen, just as he does in the real rodeo. All of the prize animals of the fair and the best events of the rodeo were shown. Important plays of Bear River's different games were portrayed in, slow motion, so that they could be understood by someone except the players and coaches. EACH MOCK ANNOUNCEMENT ut 0 140 2 LBS. PACK Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pack of Tremonton, a girl, January 25. ROBERTS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts, of Tremonton, a boy, Jan uary 26. STOKES Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stokes, of Bothwell, a boy, January 26. at Lan4"ra historic lltf m bacon 24. NOTICE TO TRAPPERS- - cart. LB. SLICED KESHAN ! j SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Y, teg? ct QUALITY MEATS DALEY Mr. and Mrs. Alf Daley, of A beautiful new theatre will open ! Stone, Idaho, a boy, January 25. doors to the public in Tremonton?! its' THORPE Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Saturday, Feb. 8, according to a- -i Thorpe of Garland, a girl, January nouncement C. " M. I. A; NEWS -" end to Brigham City as guest of relatives and friends. Mr. ana Mrs. c. J. Hansen were Logan visitors on Friday. Leroy Atkinson has been selected to fill a vacancy in the Sunday School Superintendency caused by the recent death of his father, J. L. Atkinson. The Misses Verda Johnson and Mar-vi- s Hansen were home from the U. S. A. C. for the weekend. Miss Ida Hansen a school friend, accompanied them for a short visit home. Mr. and Mrs. Robs Rhodes enter BY FRANCES tHnritr MtpuiM CUctrie Cookery iattilaia Almost at indispensable as the meet you, stopping just where ft alt and flour on your shelf is the should, and without making you neatly sliced bacon in your refriger- stoop to seeow things are getting ator. Bacon is one of those along. Under the broiler rack is a It is hale and hearty as a deep broiler pan which is very spemain dish attraction, it's a friendly cially constructed. Fats and juices sharer of honors with other dishes, which escape during the broiling arand it's simply grand for the gar. period run through a funnel-lik- e rushing touch. So, perhaps this is rangement into an underneath pan reason enough that this streak-o- f. protected from the heating unit so food receives an that smoke is practically eliminated. lean, streak-of-fin every house- - No smoke, no burning, no spatter- excellent work-o- " S.AC New Orpheum Tbeatr Opens to Public Sat RECENT BIRTHS : Larson were each presented with splendid official scout axes for in scouting and church ac tivities during the past year. Other Scouts gave splendid talks and demonstrations. Lafayette Grover and son, Wildon, motored to Logan Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dean Grover. JF. m Everyday Cookteg Miracles ; BANANAS 4 POUNDS LETTUCE 2 LARGE HEADS GRAPEFRUIT 1 DOZEN - ii --- 69c ?