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BKAK RXVExi VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, BOTHWELL 1 By Phyllis Summers . Oscar Stark and Bingham Nick of South Weber were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Stark Tue. and Wed. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson and Mrs. Ethel Anderson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Anderson. Miss Shirley Anderson spent the weekend in Riverside with her sister, Mrs. Oscar Forseberg. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Winzeler of Tremonton and Mr. and Mrs. Rudgar Forsegren of Bothwell were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drew. The two small children of Mrs. Glen Forsegren have been seriouly ill the past few weeks with pneumonia, but at this writing they are reported on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. John Hawkins of Logan spent the weekend at the home ui men parents, utr. aim onia. niu Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. William Hawkins and children of Stockton, California are visiting with Dr. and Mrs. Eli Hawkins. Mr. Willam Hawkins attended an executive Scout convention in and is now on his return home. Friday evening Mrs. Eli Hawkins ia CATGQPILLAO fat. off. Mia. u. TRACTORS are made by SPECIALISTS in the tractor business for 28 YEARS Phont or write for descriptive literature. LANDES & EQUIPMENT CO. Salt Lake City t American Falls Malad Tremonton Downey TRACTOR entertained in honor of her son, William's thirty-fift- h birthday. A delicious supper was served, covers were laid for twelve. The honored guests being Miss Maurine Marble, Mr. and Mrs. William Hawkins and daughters, Geniel and Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hawkins of Logan. Mrs. Herman Eberhardt Sr. and daughters, Mina and Gertrude, entertained at a dinner in honor of Mrs. Herman Eberhardt Jr. Thursday afternoon. A number of beautiful and useful gifts were received by the bride. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing ArRiL 2, i&36 PAGE FIELDING By Enid I Welling ADVENTURERS' GLUB mm games. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Firth and daugh ter, Cleon, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Firth and daughter, Vera and son Ray, were "ManOverhoarti 1 in Ogden Monday. By FLOYD GIBBONS Mrs. Eli Anderson spent (Monday Famous Headline Hunter. with her daughter, Mrs. Eph Jensen of Union. sir, here's to a life on the ocean waVe, where the Max Anderson of Bothwell and come cut to your order. You know, they say you can alBoyd Iverson of South Tremonton find an adventure if you go to sea looking for it and by golly, left Tuesday morning with two car- ways few loads of Future Farmer cattle for darned people realize how absdlutely true that is, and how easy the San Francisco live stock show. It is to get into trouble out there on the briny. There's one env. thoueh. who can tell yon all about It He is Charley Mrs. Rollin Shannon of Milford, Utah spent the week with Mr. and Carlson. Charley didn't get more than a mile out into the Atlantic, but he ran Mrs. Reginald Summers. ,lnto an adventure, Just the same. And between you ana me, its one oi ue Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Randal ; hottest adventures I've heard about in a long time. It waa a fishing trip that started Charley off down tho old salt-watand baby were Sunday guests of Mrs. road of adventure, Ho atartod out, on a hot July day In 1926, Pete Nichols. fishing dory, for a with a crowd of othor nun, In a gasollno-powere- d Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Homer and so good on wasn't But tho on were of fishing bit Allen Lois bay. Barnogat Mills angling and Miss Wilma Barntgat that morning, so, around noon, they pulled up tho anchor in Ogden Monday. and htaded out Into tho ocean. Miss Athlene Mills and Miss Lois They had better luck out in the ocean, but after a while they noticed a Allen were Sunday visitors of Mrs, storm coming up and headed back for the bay again. And at the same time, Dean Anderson. Mrs. Clarence Summers went to another fishing boat started back with them. WELL, er Salt Lake Thursday morning to at tend Relief Society Conference. Mrs. Fanny Payne received word from Hamilton, Montana, Monday morning that her daughter, Mrs. Ida Payne Jones had passed away. Mrs Jones was a former resident of Both- well, having spent her girlhood here. The news was quite a shock to the family and the community extend their sympathy to the Payne famuy. Mrs. Payne left Monday for Montana, An Accident in a Bad Spot at Sea. ; i SNOWVILLE Miss Annie Hurd The other boat had a flat bottom and headed straight for the shoals that separated the bay from the ocean 'shoals which, because of its light draught, it could pass over easily. The boat Charley was in drew more water than the first craft So it happened that the two boats, when they entered the bay, were about 200 yards apart And Just as they hit the shoals, Charley saw a man, sitting in the stern of the other boat, fall over the side and drop into the water. Tho sea was running high on the shoals. A big wave washed over tho hoad of tho man In tho wator. And whan the wave had pasted, tho man was nowhere in sight Charley yelled: "Man overboard!" But those birds In the other boat didn't hear him. His own boat had to stick to the channel and couldn't follow the craft over the shoals. So Charley brushed off his sou'wester hat and dived overboard. Charley Didn't Even Think of His Pipe. By Charley was dressed In oilskins and smoking a pipe when he saw the man down and he dived in, ptpe and all He came up minus the pipe and began go eneertainAnderson Mrs. Lawrence the spot where he had last seen the drowning man. It was1 J swimming toward ed her mother from Logan, last week. ( tough going, weighed down by his clothing and those oilskins and he couldn't Katherine, the 5 year old daughter of Merlin Robbins of Stone, died Wed nesday of last week after a week's illness from cold and an abcess in her head. She is survived by her father and four brothers and sisters. Funeral services were held at Stone . I EAST TREMONTON By Mary Fridal Mr. and Mrs. Oleen Gam were visiting in Salt Lake City, Saturday, with relatives and friends. Rulon Cannon, who has been in Salt Lake City for a short while, return' ed home Saturday, Miss Sylvia Bourne spent Thursday evening as the guest of Lois Vance in Mr. and Mraj Zeb White and family accompanied by Vera Kay and Faye Garfield were Logan visitors Satur. day. Mrs. Ada Garfield and family visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haslam of Lewiston, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCoombs and Union. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Garfield and chilMr. and Mrs. John L. Smith, who dren of were Sunday visitors have spent the past four years in of Mrs. Ogden, Rose Peterson. Fielding, have moved to Idaho to Mrs. Rose Peterson, Mrs. Hubert make their home. Mr. Smith while Sandall and Elmer Peterson were Oghere was head of the genealogical den visitors Friday. work in the ward. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barnard of Fill About forty people from our ward more were weekend guests of Mr. and attended the pageant, "Elijah the Mrs. George Abbott. Prophet," held in the Logan taber-macl- e Mrs. Ethel B. Lund of Brigham Monday night. The performance called on Mrs. P. E. Ault MonCity was splendidly given and everyone day. seemed to enjoy it immensly. The L. A. bridge club will meet Mr. and Mrs. Eben Wilcox spent next Friday at the home of Mr. and Monday in salt Lake City with Mrs. Lee Woodruff. Mr. and Mrs. George Abbott were Mr. and Mrs. LaVar Johnson of Logan visitors Friday. Brigham City, spent the weekend here The sewing club met Saturday at with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jar- - the home of Afton White. The time vis Johnson. was spent in finishing their dresses. Mrs. Nan Burton of Holbrook, is Delicious refreshments were served to staying at the home of Mrs. Alice Afton White, Vera Kay, Mrs. P. E. Ann Smith, who has been quite ill for Ault, Faye Garfield and Fae Fridal. the past several weeks. Mrs. Elton Newton was an Ogden Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Welling, and visitors Friday. daughter, Adair Welling, spent SatMr. and Mrs. Pete Little are re urday in Ogden. over the arrival of a baby girl joicing Mrs. Quinten Allen of Tremonton, born Monday. has been spending a few days at the Alice Bremen of Loean. snent. the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Belle weekend with her parents, Mr., and Farnsworth. Mrs. O. L. Brough. Mrs. Hodges of Garden City, who Owen L. Broug-- was in Pleasant has been spending the past several Grove on business Wednesday. Mrs-weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Ezra him as far as H. Packer, went to Beaver Dam on Brough accompanied Salt Lake City. Wednesday to spend a week or so with her daughter, before returning Will Rogers, once scoffed at the fear to her home in Garden City. Harold Smith, who has been attend- of death "course we are all just a on here as long as we can. I ing the U. of U., came home about hanging ten days ago and has since been con don't know why we hate to go, we fined to his bed, quite seriously ill. His know its better there. Maybe it's bemother and father took him to Salt cause we haven't done anything that Lake City Saturday to see a special will live after we are gone." ist. We hope that he will soon be that the oldest war on It sufficiently recovered to resume his whichdevelops our govenrment is still giving studies at the U. The Fielding basketball team at pensions is that of 1812. Hurrah! The tended the tournament held Friday Revolution is paid for. Atlanta and Saturday of last week in Malad , City, Idaho. Tuesday night a program was held the evening's program. in the M. I. A. meeting. A one act Bishop M. A. Garn attended the play entitled "Thee la a Crowd," was funeral held in Malad City, Idaho, last given. Music and readings completed Monday for Mrs. Amanda Ford. Saturday. Mr. Wight and Miss Romer spent the weekend at their homes. He Managed to Keep Hold of tho Drowning Man. see far ahead of him on account of the breakers. Behind him, the captain of his own boat was shouting directions to him through a megaphone and those were the only guide he had to go by. But he reached the spot and began treading water. He had almost reached the point of exhaustion when suddenly, ho saw something floating below him, four feet under the water. He made a dive caught It. It was hla man! Meanwhile, the other boat had discovered its loss and was circling back. Charley was so tired that he was scarcely able to move in the water but he managed to keep hold of the drowning man's body until some one on the other boat caught it with a boat hook. Then came the crudest blow of all. Who'll Rescue the Rescuer? The men on the other boat hauled their own man aboard and then In taa excitement forgot all about Charley left him to take care of himself. And kj tnis time, unaney was so exuausieu mat ne couian t even snout lor help. He tried to float, but his heavy clothing dragged him under. He came up again, gasping for air, and somehow managed to keep his head out of water. He heard his captain shouting to tho men on tho other boat telling them to take him aboard but by that time, ho waa too far gone to care what happened to him. He was about to give up and sink beneath the waves when he felt something grab him by the collar and ho waa dragged over the side of tho boat Charley hadn't swallowed any water. A minute or two of rest and he was ,111 right again. He found himself lying in the cockpit, with the body of the. other fellow, apparently drowned, slumped on the floor beside him. COUPE 1 1 Artificial Respiration Is Hard Work When You're All In. I There was half a dozen men on that boat all running around In circles. TUe drowned lad's brother was crying. The rest of them were talking hysteit-Mjl- y saying he was dead. Nobody was making any attempt to revive him. ' ; Charley saw that it was up to him that he was the only one on the boot who had kept his head. Tired as he was, he pulled himself to his feet ordered fie drowned lad stretched out on top of the cabin, and went to work applying artificial respiration. As Charley worked over the unconscious man, the captain turned the boat and headed for hla dock. It was an hour's run to shore, but In 45 minutes, the drowned man began to show some signs of life. By the time they had reached the shore, Charley had the lad sitting up and j aung wnat naa nappenea. ue wrapped mm in nianicets and ordered him sent a hospital. Then he got on his own boat, which had followed him Into the; dock, and went home. And what happened to that lad after he gnt to the hospital? Well Charley javt doesn't know. He left the boot vltlimu cvon linking out who he was and M tuvt? did bear what became of him I : EASY TERMS It will be q pleasure to show you these New General Electrics. You'll be interested in their features and their low cost. Electricity Is The Biggest Bargain In The Home UTAM POWER 1 I . Edmund Hurd and Bert Ellason were in Ogden on business Monday. Mrs. Roy Showell and mother, Mrs. L. M. Vanderhoof were Tremonton visitors Monday. Thirty two members of our ward attended the pageant and spent last Thursday in the temple at Logan. Nephl Larkin returned home Thursday. He reports Mrs. Larkin as much improved. Miss Rhoda B. 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