PA3 TVTO BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER. THURSDAt, APRIL 9, 1036 CSABJSIVISB VAXXBT LEADER NOTICE OF SUMMONS sist the farmers in making use of the agricultural resources to at tto Poatoffice at Tre- - county's their own better advantage. UtekaaSeeoBdCaaM BUtter. Sr. "The suggestions made by the at Xremoaton, Utah," on county's leading men and women will of each week. have a strong influence in changing the farming practices of the county. '8ulMcriptioa Rates which county plann$2.00 The suggestions Tear (in advance) boards have already formulated ing C2s Months (in advance) are many defthere that indicate ffcree llontha (in advance) - - - 50 inite things which these farmers may do which will bring them in more inA- come and increase the satisfactions JIONAL EDITORIAL CATItTlfkl which say be obtained from farm life" SVLejn-D-e193 3 Dr. Wheatley said. "County agricultural planning suggests an excellent way of placing before the department of agriculture and other agencies of this national government, . the problems of each county, remarked Dr. Wheatley. The wltkaut extension service is. now engaged in bdtwtriu Ubnry. i gjte Aiair summarizing these plans to be sent direct to Washington to assist in e a agricultural formulating afeiWtUsBaiUfa. ChUrt.HU program. "In some counties the farm and home leaders are earnestly debating whether the people now living in the county will be able, even if we have a substantial general farm recovery, to obtain from their small farms an as well as to your Country income large enough to provide even the necessities of life for the family. The Work and thought of the county PATRONIZE YOUR to the point where they are willing to planning boards have brought them LOCAL MERCHANTS make definite recommendations con cerning agricultural problems, and JL they are strongly convinced that their these recommendations concerning COUNTIES problems,, if adopted, will materially increase the welfare of the people of FOR BETTER USE the county dependent on agriculture for their living", Dr. Wheatley com RESOURCES OF ; $1-0- free to Piiblfc tFtN i:ziimiiiiiitiilii"t lisle long-tim- IUoWaMU To Your Town JJi. PLAN mented. Agricultural plans devised by the Various county agricultural planning DR. WILLIAM EU HAWKINS 1 boards throughout the state are now II CHIROPRACTOR Offices at arriving in the Logan office, aCCOrdROBERT SIMONSEN o v v" KrofA flflmnin. VlllUiliioi m turar college. These plans represent an analysis of the county's problems ; i. JAntM.Aj LI I "a fyv JEWELRY CO. Office Hours: 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Office Phone, 75.0-- 1 ;Res., 785 In the District Court of the First Judicial District of Um State of Utah, In and for Box Elder County MARTHA ELMINA JOHNSON, Plaintiff. vs. LEE CHARLES MILLER, N. W. HUTSON and JULIA" A. HUTSON, his wife; also all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate or interest in or lien upon the real property described in the complaint adverse to the plaintiffs ownership or clouding plaintiffs title thereto. Defendants. If a boy or girl can be saved from service that is appreciated by those THE STATE OF UTAH selfishness they are usually saved fcr who can pay more. TO THE SAID DEFENDANT: Held You are hereby summoned to apRespected pear within twenty days after the Lady service of this Summons upon vou, if served within the county in which this Beautiful and impressive were the action is brought; otherwise, within funeral services held in the Fielding thirty days after service, and defend hall Tuesday afternoon "for Mrs. Tremonton, the above entitled action; and in case Eliza Cannon, who passed away Satof your failure so to do, judgment urday morning, following an illness will be rendered against you accord- of several weeks. The respect and love ing to the demand of- the complaint which the people of the community FRIDAY and SATURDAY APRIL 10th and 11th which has been filed with the Clerk was evidenced by the for her had of said Court. crowd that assembled and the This action is brought to recover a large Tone beautiful floral offerings. The' open Madge to judgment quieting plaintiff's title was offered by. Wallace prayer ing the following described premises: Bourne. The ladies quartette of Field Commencing 268 feet west of the ing sang the opening number. Bishop northeast cdrner of the East C. A. Udy of Ogden, formerly of Half of Northeast Quarter of Fielding, was the firrit speaker. A Northwest Quarter of Section 10, vocal duet was rendered by Mrs. Bill Cody in Township 11 North, Range 3 Mrs. Lee Thompson of and Manning West, S. L. M., thence South 165 Garland, accompanied by Venna Kirk-hafeet, thence West 60 feet, thence at the piano and Fred Nye on North 165 feet, thence East 60 violin.: Mr. Leo Earl and Bishthe feet to the point of beginning. op M. A. Garn both spoke. The clos LEWIS JONES, ing number was rendered by Mrs. Attorney for Plaintiff. Bourne and Mrs. Ella Holt P. O. Address: First National Bank Ireata SUNDAY - MONDAY , TUESDAY APRIL 12 - 13 14 accompanied at the piano by sister Utah.' Bldg., Brigham City, Bea Packer. They sang "Cast Your Bread Upon the Waters. " Benediction NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Powell in was by Ezra Packer. Interment was Benny in the Fielding cemetery, with Mr. Department of the Interior, General Horace Richards decitating the grave. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Eliza Jane Cannon was born in Elk-toUtah, March 17, 1936 Ky., November 18, 1870, and had been a resident of Utah. She long NOTICE is hereby given that Glenn married D. A. Cannon and they later S. Mason of Malad, Idaho, who, on to Fielding, where Mrs. CanDecember 19, 1928, made stockraising moved WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY APRIL 15th and 16th non passed away. homestead entry, No. 047119, for Lots sur Besides she her husband, is 3 and 4, SiNWl, SWi Sec. 23, SE1 vived by the following sons and daugh Wallace Beery NE1, NEiSEi, Section 22, Township Cooper Mrs. Ada C. Michaelis, Garland; 14 North, Range 3 West, Salt Lake ters, Mrs. Birdie Fowers, Ogden; Allen Meridian, has filed notice of intention City; Howell Cannon, to make final Proof, to establish claim Cannon, Cedar 12 grandchildren, one sis to the land above described, before Panguitch; Lou and one brother, Al- ter, Addison, the Clerk of the District Court, Brig- - dis, CHARLEY CHASE COMEDY also survive. Harris, ham, Utah, on the 20th day of Funeral Rites Are for Fielding Utah - Franchot Evans in and "EXCLUSIVE STOHY" . " : m "THE CYCLONE El ANGEEl" - I Jack I and Eleanor BROADWAY MELODY OF 1936' n, 12 MAJOR PROTECTIONS Sacked Itij 0 tVtitien fuatantee Orpheum Theatre I - -- and Jackie in "O'SMAUGHNESSY'S BOY" April, 1936. . Claimant names as witnesses: fulfil- Ll 1935 if Mf CHEVROLET ' SEDAN jtWiiJ 1 i B 1931 CHEVROLET COUPE yWlMIl '"miI 1 I ti aJ .. M' 1 """I1 -- CHEVROLET COUPE L Jf &ii 1929 PONTIAC SEDAN Vim. !WgM-- "'"4 jjppj ' gy ft A oMnf. ,: l JmM fj "1B Trans. 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