|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
mm BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY.' FEBRUARY PACT EIGHT l' 9 13, 1936 SS American Legion Annual WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY O O at Garland Armory - ' Saturday, February 22 DEWEYVILLE Pineapple Is a FavorK z Trml At White House Mes!: visit Boulder Dam, Los Angeles and other points along the way. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Jorgensen are staying at the Theurer home to care for the family. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Waldron left Wednesday morning for California on k a stay. Arlean Peterson will stay with their children at The S. O. D. H. club met at a beautifully arranged bridge supper in the Idle Isle Cafe in Brigham City Friday. Phyliss Whitworth and Arline Stauffer were hostesses. Score prizes were awarded to Elaine Reeder and a guest, Hannah Halliam. Other guests were Aline Hansen and Lula Jensen. Valentine color scheme and , By Jane Rogers c . , "wH,HHHH Clearance ' in sewing and chatting. Mrs. E. H. White was hostess to members of the Literary Club at her home Thursday evening of last week. Mrs. Dean Capener gave a review of three short stories which were taken from edition; of the magazine "Stories". Mrs. Conrad Steffe, Mrs. R. Z. Heppler, Mrs. William Land-vatte- r, Mrs. Golden Frisby, Mrs. W. A. Stone, and Mrs. S. E. Bjorn were special guests. Delicious luncheon was served to 21 guest?, and members. Miss Edith Stoddard and Miss Marjory Robinson of Salt Lake City' spent the weekend with Mrs. Guy; Johnson. j The American Legion Auxiliary held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Elmer Winzeler Wednesday evening, with Mrs. Winzeler and Mrs. Douglas Cannon as hostesses. A few relatives and friends motored to Salt Lake last Thursday to see Glen Garfield leave for his field of labor in the Western States mission. . . . . Ladies COATS AND DRESSES . . . Children's COATS - All SWEATERS Men and Boys' SUITS and OVERCOATS RUBBER FOOTWEAR BLANKET LINED COATS Ladies House Dresses CARD OF THANKS Think Of It! 2 for We wish to thank all those who assisted or helped in anyway during the illness and death of our beloved mother and sister. The Gephart and Howlett Famlies $1.00 Children's Wash Dresses Now Only 39c - When your head i t - v, wnen ngutortures you; ralgia when Muscular Fains make you miserable take a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pill. Mr. Smith is one of millions who have found this easy way to prompt relief. I la says: "I keep D : M is' Anti-PaPills in my nocl ct and when I get o dull heavy (eeVvj in myrr. Miles' Antihead, I talc PainPiV nw t) ;vi:,i passes off." 1 two for 75c Hats Now Price in , DR. K. mr m t u t J w ram mm iiiai 'BURN tt. la w v: Confectionary. Mid Tremonton, February land Hotel. Morgan, February 24: Kamcs, Feb-- 1 ru?.ry 25; Coalville, February 26; Laketcwn, February 27; Randolph, February 28; Wellsville, March 2; Hy-ruMarch 3; Smithfield, March 4; Richmond, March 5; Lewiston, March 6; Logan, March All taxpayers who are required to file Federal returns are requested to call at the designated place in their respective communities. 1 We have a special adult guitar and violin classes as well as jimior classes. The adults will study at the home of Bishop Walton in an evening class and the junior students will take their lessons Saturday afternoon at Thomas Sandall residence. For further information as to how to enroll for the course call Joseph H. Kirkham of Garland, or Cyril Curtis at the Gephart Hotel. VALENTINE Spot Dance 18-1- 9, -- FRIDAY, FEB. 14 - THATCHER GYM Quilt Given to Person Holding Right Ticket ' Refreshments LXXXXXXXTX TTTYYYYYYY' ?XXXXXXXX3 N Friday and Saturday YOU -- .SAVE - WHEN - YOU - TRADE - WITH - US Gillette Type 50 : ! Razor Blades " lc ea. Johnson & Johnson 15c Rose Petal Sheets 5c : OtiLLO Exact Weight - - 29c J Jengens Lotion 50c Hinds Honey & Almond $2.98 BATH ROOM SCALES CPAI FC Tooth Paste 50 19c FACIAL TISSUES 180 Pepsodent Up to 230 lbs. .. 2.49 CREAM AND DISPENSER 39c 60c Marrow Oil SHAMPOO (old style carton) 29c I N .i-- CS --ANTE You Just Can't Afford to Miss Taking Advantage of the Many Savings This Clearance Offers You al opportunity. Baby Talc acnes; ALL LADIES and CHILDREN'S w The first National Institute of Allied Arte, under the personal supervision of Joseph H. Kirkham, are completing enrollment in Tremonton in the next few days. Stringed instruments will be furnished free to those wishing to take the courses. If you are interested in learning to play violin or guitar, don't fail to take advantage of this exception- 'Cltinaraty for the collection of Feder-- 1 al Income tax in district No. 1 Utah will be as follows: Garland, February 17, Frank Driggs 25tf Pain LAST CHANCE" 'ENROLL NOW . OF WINTER MERCHANDISE . . . i I VISIT OUR STORE - GET YOUR DRUG NEEDS "SKIN" ?! When the man found out" what a really good buy he had gotten, he said that not o i'y would he be a steady customer, but he would get all his "SKIN" folks to buy here too. Wilson Lumber Co. 'Everything to Build Anything" c PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS , . en-titl- ed RECENT BIRTHS - ; Here Are Just a Few of the Items That Must Positively Be Sold Before March the First hma Tre-mont- j two-cour- se . . . p ; - Buy the Things You Need Now at TREMENDOUS SAVINGS hv on Tuesday. Tom Ault and c'd Dobin were once more put to service Friday and Saturday taking the mail from Dewey- , . ville to Tremon ton. Mrs. N. A. Lish returned from Ogden Wednesday after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Orvil Child. Mrs. John Becker and J. Robert Loveland came up from Ogden Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chidister are the prowd parents of a baby girl born Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Germer spent a few days in Cache Valley visiting relatives. February 2. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker called Relatives from Deweyville attended the funeral services of Ernest Reese on Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ault on a re--' son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Higgins j turn trip from Malad. A number of our town people had at Bear River City on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker of Ogden to shop in Brigham City Saturday spent Wednesday afternoon with rel- because of the heavy snow between atives here. J. Robert Loveland re- Deweyville and Tremonton. turned home with them to spend a few days. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Johnson and. Children were in Brigham City, Ogden ' and Salt Lake City during last week, Under the direction of the Mutual, BIRCHTOLD Mr. and Mrs. Leonard three one act plays were presented Berchtold, a boy, February 7. ... to a large audience Friday night. All CANNON Mr. and Mfsr"Ruldn Can-f- " who took part are to be commended i non, a girl, February 11. . ner aesK in ner cuearnu uiue XV office In the White House Mrs 'Harry Nesbitt. housekeeper for the President and Mrs. Roosevelt since they came to Washington, picked up a note left by her secretary, She read: Pineapple juice she serves as a' "Only two cans of pineapple juice left on the shelves." cocktail, plain or with a dash ofj lemon. Luncheons at the White! She smiled and said "That, i think, answers your House, either for the family or ' Question as to whether or not we guests, are very apt to lead off with use pineapple in the White House. a glass of chilled pineapple Juice, i I had two cases of it only a few And likely as not to wind up with pineapple Bavarian cream of pine- -' ;days ago and it is all gone." Canned pineapple Juice, she re- apple ice cream. pealed, Is just as popular In the Pineapple baked en casserole White House as it Is in hundreds with sweet potatoes Is another faof thousands of humble homes vorite White House dish. Slice the The potatoes, Mrs. Nesbitt says, and throughout the country. Rooserelta also like sliced and place them in the casserole with' crushed pineapple, canned or fresh. alternate layers of pineapple. Dot It Is served at breakfast, lunch and the top with butter, sprinkle with' dinner. sugar (not too much) and Don ft Mrs. Nesbitt drew out the book into the oven to bake until brown?' in. which she records the menus for "That is really dish.";! state dinners, past and present. said Mrs. Nesbitt, "andgrand we all love She pointed to the first of the bis it. dinners this season, the annual The President, she says, likes dinner for the Cabinet given late fruit salads. Pinnannln in uecemoer. Glazed plaeanme fruit or- alligator pears are his fa-- l was served as a garnish for the vorites. He wants them ' served meat dish, in this case fried chick- - with a French dressing. French' Jen. Looking ahead she called at- dressing but that is another story.t tention to the salad planned for the dinner to the Supreme Court-pinea- pple on the subject.. He takes his ptneJ) salad. Again she smiled saiaa siraignt (mat the trnlu and said: canned Or fresh) bat occasionally "Those are the big parties but ua.es a qii 01 cneeBe witn it. cneesi jwe use It even more frequently at was served witn the pineapple sal; family meals." at. me umei justices dinner. Sauted or glazed pineapple, she ' Pineapple Juice,! Mrs NesMtfl is said, excellent served with alis essential for a good fruit most any meat dish. She, person- thinks, Those punch. Washington! ally, likes It especially with fowl. summers,: with,boiling even ther White (Preparing it Is simple. Here Is ber noose sizzling under; toe nxa recipe for pineapple glazed:' 1 I lilllll MMJ0 Use the best canned pineapple "Besides." she savs. ."tbcr'SS slices. Sprinkle them lightly with buuu tor you.Tne biggest parti sugar, dot with butter and put them under the broiler until sizzling brown. Serve on the meat Blatter sj separately in weirowndBh.r IfTeeilvegfitabJeaJW- -- i - CONTINUES DURING THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY oninvoH of-fic- al ! Blue Creek, and Honeyville on Monday. The ward Genealogical committee held a meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Barnard Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Veril Barnard and children, of Warren, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Barnard Tuesday. Mrs. Con Fryer entertained Wednesday evening in honor of her son's, birthday. Bunco was played and refreshments served to a number of young folk. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Marble of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. Peter Marble Saturday evening. Edwin Baird of Brigham City gave a splendid talk on Safety First and Respect for all Persons, in cars or! walking on highways, Sunday evening two-wee- Store-Wid- e r The Scout Court of Honor wee aeld after Mutual Tuesday night rt George Abbott and Walter Fri-dwere in attendance. Honor badge ' were presented 10 we rouowmg Scouta: ParreU Loveland, tenderfoot scout: Lvnn Wheatley, a star scout; Max Horyie. a life scout; and assist--, ' ant Scout Master Bert Wheatley, an Abbott Scout. Executive George Eagle and Walter Fridal officiated and also gave talks on scouting. The Boy Scouts presented a one act play - " "Calling Jack's Bluff". G. Marion Mrs. Perry Bishop and and son, Meryl, were in Brigham City al February 21 Dewewiiie will hnM their Home Coming and ward Reunion which will be held in the Deweyville amusement hall. Program, dinner and dance will : . . . d Functions - O S-- By Mrs. Thorns Ault folk and former residents. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Johnson entertained guest from Brigham City, favors were used. home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Anderson enMrs. A. L. Madsen entertained tertained at a turkey dinner Monday Saturday afternoon in honor of the evening for Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Har- eighth birthday of her twins, Duaine ris, Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Green, and Mr. and Blaine. Eight guests were presand Mrs. Wayne Sandall. The evening ent. Valentine decorations were used. was spent in playing games. . The Honey Gathers class of the M. Mrs. Ward Shuman entertained the I. A. held a sleighing party and proW. C. T. U. at her home Thursday gressive supper Monday evening. Chili afternoon. A Francis Willard Day was served at the home of Josephine program was given. Light refresh- Stokes). .The girls reported having a ments were served. good time in spite of the heavy fog Mrs. Carrie Drew was hostess to Monday evening. Mrs. Bernard Stone of Ogden vis.the Rebekah Bridge Club Monday. Mrs. Ward Shuman and Mrs. Edgar ited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Winchester were awarded prizes. George Bradshaw, Saturday and Sun Mrs. Earl Shuman was a guest. day of last week. Mrs. Alivia Heed of Ogden is visMr. and Mrs. Don Homer, Mr. and iting her daughter, Mrs. Ward Shu- Mrs. Wallace Chris tensen, Mr. and man this week. Mrs- Reed Giles, and Mr. and Mrs. Vioq Mads en was hostess to a Israel Hunsaker will attend the angroup of. her friends at a Valentine nual Utah Poultry and Turkey Producers Convention at the Newhouse party Friday evening. A luncheon was served to eight guests. Hotel in Salt Lake City Thursday, The evening was spent in playing Friday and Saturday. Several people games. from the surrounding communities Mrs. James Spencer entertained at are going with them. & shower, in honor of her daughter, j Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Stohl entertain.Mrs. Richard Rock, at her home Jan- - ed at a midnight supper Sunday evenvary 31. Sixty-seve- n guests were pre- ing. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. sent. Mrs. Rock was formerly Laveda George Bradshaw, and Mr. and Mrs. Spencer. The bride will remain at Clarence Brough. home with her parents this winter. Mrs. Israel Hunsaker was hostess Mr. and Mrs. Alma Theurer left to the members of the V. G. F. club Friday morning for California where at her home Wednesday. Mrs. A. L. they will stay for the next two weeks. Cooke and Mrs. Radcliffe Henrie were With them were Mr. and Mrs. Ed special guests. Delicious luncheon was Holmgren of Garland. They plan to served. Then the evening was spent f -- I BALL FOUNTAIN SERVICE tit a hz Tremonton, 6 H1XIITTTI1 ff IXTlg .