PAG3 BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8DC NEW OFFICERS STATE PRESS ASS'N Chevrolet Motor Co. Inaugrated 6, 1936 DEWEYVILLE ... I $1,000,000 By Sirs. Thomas Ault I Used Car Disposal Plan T Chevrolet's $1,000,000 Used Car Disposal Plan has arrived on the Pacific Coast with a bang! Every hour of the day, old and dangerous cars and trucks are being swept from the streets and relegated to the scrapheap, as the plan goes into "high gear" in its practical operation. All Pacific Coast dealers are now actively doing business under the terms of the plan, which calls for a of $20 per car, by the Chevrolet Motor Company, for every outworn automobile that is taken in trade on a new 1936 Chevro'c. ci: then consigned to the boneyard. The tremendous amount of ancient cars that has been turned in since the inception of this plan on January 1, ' has caused even many of those in executive positions to forsake their and concen "Drivers and trate on their form with a sledgehammer. Sledges are bursting open motor heads, hammers are destroying ignition systems, and chisels are decapitating transmission boxes, as the Chevrolet dealers comply with the terms of the plan and actually wreck the dangerous cars f o that they cannot be salvaged and returned to ser- vice by unscrupulous or unknowing ) r t Elders Coombs, Korth and Peterson of East Garland, were speakers at the Sunday evening meeting January 26. rr,;'' ! fin- - Mr. and Mrs. Leland Knudson of Ogden were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Germer on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. Peter Marble were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shirt Tucker at their home in Slaterville on Monday. Mrs. A. R. Burbank entertained a number of young folks at her home here on Friday afternoon in honor of her son, Kenneth's birthday anniversary. Chili was served to 30 and All had games were played a delightful time. Fred S. Harwood of Salt Lake City x ' v r . Mid-Iron- - s" individuals. "The Chevrolet Junker plan is one ; of the greatest ideas for the promo tion of safety that has ever been put into effect,'' declared K. M. Chase, Pacific Regional Manager of the Chev rolet Motor Company. "When you realize the amount of cars that are being taken in all over the country it isn't hard to see- - the effect which the program will have on street and highway safety. At least 25,000 cars, wnose furtner operation would be a menace to their owners and the pub-- 1 lie at large, will be retired perma-nently this month, and the probabili- are that the figure will run even higher. "Here on the Pacific Coast, dealers have been especially active. The re--. moval of the large amount of dan-- 1 old vehicles from the streets should definitely reduce the hazard, from traffic mishaps, for next to the driver himself, the condition of the vehicle is the most important factor '. relatives. Elder Clarence Perry spent sunaay here with his parents and other relatives and friends. He will leave Salt Lake City early in February for his mission. Relatives from out of town were Bur-bank guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Sunday. Mrs. James Etherington Sr. had as his guest last week, hi3 daughter from Salt Lake City. Mrs. Gene Bowen of Beaver Dam was a guest of Mrs. Mary Marble one day last week. On Monday, president Mrs. Lettie - i. George H. Harrison, publisher of Roosevelt Standard, new president of the Utah Press association; and Charles V. K. Saxton, of the Kays-vill- e Reflex, vice president of the association. These men were selected at the recent Press association meeting held in Salt Lake City. by sales figures for the latest period for which they are available. Both used cars and new Chevrolet cars and e records trucks have set new for this season, and the assembly plants are operating at capacity to meet the sustained demand." all-tim- leaving Feb. 1 for the Mission Home, prior to hfs departure ,for the Eastern States Mission. He will leave Salt Lake City for New York City on Feb. Burbank of the Primary association treated the Primary children and officers with doughnuts which were GOES ROUND AND ROUND AND UP AND UP: And then the West trail in Zion National Park cornea out on Horse Pasture Plateau, a natural pasture, watered by springs. Horst Pasture Plateau was so named by the Indians who drove their stock to this Inaccessible, easily defended point to protect it during intertribal warfare, and later by Mornian settlers in southern Utah who used U aa a summer grazing ground. Rim delicious. The Gold and Green dance sppnspr-e- r by the Mutual, Friday night,; was All friends of Elder Coombs r.re successful and the hall was beau- very cordially invited to. attend the followdecorated. The special achievetifully has been which arranging program was ment the Mutual dance which ed to begin at 8 p. m. Johnson; reading, Beth Smith; vocal remarks, Carl S. Coombs; remarks by was danced by four couples. invocation, solo, Wayne Coombs, vocal solo, Von Bishop M. A. Garn. Song, congregation; Wallace Bourne; Fielding Ladies', Stokes; The remainder of the evening from speaker, Leo Earl; vocal duet Quartet, song; trombone solo by Reed Leah and Lucille Cannon; missionary 9 to 12, will be devotecTto dancing. 20. :; , FAREWELL TAKES PLACE THURSDAY FIELDING, Utah, Feb. 3 A monial and farewell will be held Thursday in the Fielding ward hall in honor of Elder C. S. Coombs, who is ' Leader Ads Get Results testi-tie- s - I say, vc- - . x LOOKINS MiSflTY well Sir. Keif tkatwa-T- ) w;WAia-!.TZP- NEW CHEVROLET FOR j in traffic safety." Mr. Chase explained the plan under which Chevrolet and its dealers are "anrf carrying out the junking program. The actual junking is presided over by the Chevrolet district manager. 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