BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1936 P AGE EIGHT WW r Word Mrs. Jenkins entertained the G. O. been received by friends in this city of the election to the Ath G. at her home, Saturday afternoon. letic Council of the University of New Mrs. N. E. Shaw, Mrs. Jewel Steffen Mexico, of "Stanley Cropley, a Sigma and Mrs. Ward Shuman were special Chi member. Mr. Cropley has many guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. friends here who are pleased to hear S. B. Watland, Mrs. Carrie Drew and Mrs. Shaw. tl t he I as been honored. Mrs. C. B. Eldredge entertained the Miss Mae Quinney of Brigham City - Garland Literary club, Tremonton Mrs. Mr. and visited with George a Quinney the first part of this week. Wednesday. Teii members enjoyed luncheon. show and WedMrs. Ward Shuman returned Mr. and Mrs. Israel Hunsaker visnesday from Ogden, where she has ited been visiting for several days. Sunday afternoon at Clarkston. Hr. and Mrs. Clifton Kerr left Fri Emma Lou Stander entertained 14 day of last week on a combined bus' of her friends, Saturday evening. The iness and pleasure trip through the evening was spent in playing games Northwest Mrs. Rose Kerr, who has and all enjoyed a delicious luncheon. spent the winter at Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Winzeler visited has returned to Tremonton and will friends in Ogden Monday. care for their family during their Mrs. George Nye, Mrs. Earl Hone absence. and Mrs. Nathile Griffin were hostMrs. N. E. Shaw was a Salt Lake esses to the Ladies Faculty club, visitor Saturday. Wednesday. Music was furnished by Friends of Reverend Gordon will Cleo and Auto Nye. Elections were be pleased to learn that he is recov- held for the coming year. Mrs. Don ering satisfactorily from a recent Sheffield, president; Miss Elaine Reed heart attack and was released from er, vice pres.; Mrs. C. C. Watkins, rethe hospital Thursday. porter, and Mrs. Nye and Mrs. Owen Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shuman were Ward as historians. Mrs. Earl Hone, Orden visitors Sunday. Mrs. Douglas Cannon and Mrs. One-t-a The regular W. C. T. U. meeting Shurtz as program committee. w s held at the home of Mrs. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Thomas and After discussing some business matt- son, Odeen, visited with Mr, Thomas' e- , refreshments were served to the mother and sisters at More land, Ida., members. over the week end. They also called 1 Miss Dorothy Ballard entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. v ejht of her friends, Sunday evening Muir at Pocatello. at supper. After which all enjoyed. a The Ladies chorus gave the prosjvim at the Crystal Springs. gram, Sunday evening at East' Gar 'jMr. and Mrs. Wesley Gephart re- land. Mrs. Dick Anderson gave a timed from a trip to California, Tues. reading, Mrs. Con Steffen sang a April 14., They ' report : a wonderful solo, Margaret Pack and Vernell.Pe1 ' . i ttip. erson played a piano duet and the Mr, and Mrs, James Douglas of chorus rendered six numbers. . Burley, Idaho are spending a month Miss Lois Sprause of Garden City df so with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Harris. visited several days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas are Mrs. Har Miss Loleta Hodges. V ris' parents. ,". Mr. and Mrs- - R. S.-- Cal'derwood and Mrs. Alivia Heed of Ogden spent Mr. and Mrs. Richard Calderwood atthe week with Mrs. Ward Shuman. tended the birthday anniversary, Apr. . . '. ? 12. of Dr. D. W. Calderwood of Salt Lake City. Mrs. Frank Powell entertained the L. L. Bridge club, Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gifford Watland. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Alma Theurer and Mrs. Herman Landvater. Mrs. Wayne Sandall entertained the Ladies chorus, Monday, April 13. The soevening was spent in staging andwas luncheon clever cial chat. A served. Mfcs Katherine Maughn and Miss Vernell Peterson were hostesses to the S. O. D. H. club, Thursday evenat the Brown ing. After refreshments Miss Thel-m- a Derby, they played bridge. Harris and Miss Loleta Hodges won prizes. Mrs. Fred Gephart has returned from California where she has spent some time with her son, Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon John were visitors Tuesday. Bety Pierson, Margarette Marble, Vesta Kunz and Wanda Peterson went to Logan Saturday on the Sem, inary Temple excursion. George A. Piercon returned from California, Monday evening. He has t been in California a month. Earnest Morrison and Gerald Munk spent the weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jensen of Mountain City, Nevada, visited during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nielson. Mrs. Phebe Haleht Mrs. Delia Jo- seohson. Mrs. Hazel Ransom and Mrs. Ken Stevenson were Ogden visitors no-de- Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. White, of Ely, Nevada, visited at the J, A. Pack home Monday evening. Mrs. Pack accompanied them to Salt Lake City, Tuesdav and brousrht her sistes. Mrs. Vincent Shepherd, back with her for . a short visit. Jacob Gierisch. Franklin Boulton and Mrs. F. R. Boulton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Palmer. Clyde gephart of.California' visited rea u. Sunday with his brotner,' " . : ; ; Gephart. Mrs. Francis Pierson visited with : friends and- 'relatives at Salt Lake Citv. durine- the week. ' Mr. arid Mrs. Ike Winzeler returned Monday from California, where they have been visiting for the past week. Mrs. William Muir of Pocatello, Ida. visited a few days this week with friends and relatives in Tremonton.' S A bridge luncheon was given April 15, at Mrs. Mane Goldsberry's. A delightful luncheon was served. High score was won by Mra Helen Sandall and cut prize was won by Mrs. Vera Stohl. - . Your Spring Needs FARM MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS Come ' In and See Our Complete Call For Republican1 Mass Convention ' J. T. CASE LINE i Get Your Supply While Our Stock Is Complete BUILDING MATERIALS EVERYTHING FOR THE FARM AND HOME n OUR 9 SALE ENDS SATURDAY, APR. 25 TOUR Union GOOD WILL OUR BEST ASSET" Livestock Men Effective In Utah Refinancing debts thru the Farm ' (By Director William Peterson, Credit Administration has saved Box ,U. S. A. C. Extension Service) 0 Elder county farmers more than ' All of the agricultural problems a year on interest alone, accordhave faced the farmers during, ing to figures from the central office which of the Farm Credit Administration in the past few ' years seem to indicate i $40,-60- that it la An snnrf.i.. buuc utile Xlur Ua Washington. 10 ana take inventory and out Over $1,454,000 of farm debts with of stop that inventory make a program interest rates that averaged 7.3 per which should be the plan of our farmcent a year have been refinanced with effort for the coming years. This ing long-termortgage loans carrying is not another interest rates of 5 per cent a year or handed to the program just to be people, but it is a proless. gram to be made and worked out in The figures show that the local Na detail by the people who are themtional Farm Loan Association has selves concerned. a Vvi re f ara it wiolMnff Agricultural College loternTmo interest rates, life Association ve. antees loans to the Federal land Sink. From May 1933. when the Farm -Credit Administration was organized, a group to the end of last year, 380 rBox El- - themselves. In each county r people in the differ- - i der county farmers obtained $1,325,' entrepresentative home and agricultural industries 000 for the- - specific purpose of refi are called together. Agricultural nancing old debts. are explaining to these The Federal Land Bank made 220 the necessity of a study and first mortgage loans and the Land people at this time which might inventory 363 Commissioner loans. Many be formulated into Bank a program acceptof the Commissioner's loans were able to the county. made on second mortgage security to Usually 20 to 60 persons are invit mort- farmers who also obtained fi. . m - KtSE Tl ft ?UJ?JJ ! i ; first gage loans. Most tend bank loans are endorsed by associations and advanc- -' ed from funds obtained ,by selling farm loan bonds. The Commissioner from funds provided by the r eueicu uovemmeni. As in the past, the Federal land banks are making loans only on first mortgage security, lending up to of the appraised nor- about mal value of tfceiarm property. Tta Commissioner lends on second as well as first mortgage security in amounts up to, 75 per cent of the yalue,. The largest "amount of a Commissioner inn 1VUU rV V11V AA- 111V1 ia .7 W An act of Congress last summer temporarily reduced interest rates on all- Federal land bairik' loans old and new. Where land bank loans are mader ami ljuh.il Asso unuugii ciations, th6 rate is only '3 J per cent for all interest payable . in the year ending June 30, 1936, and 4 per cent a year in the two years . following. This temporary reduction of interest rates on all Federal land bank loans is paid for by the Federal Govern-- ! M to tne meeting men womerL The first effort ia ven to an of tural censua m count thewater . a j production, living con-tend- s, health or not the credit of the county is being used wisely. This leads to the appointment of a dozen or more committees. These committees usually cover the subjects of irrigation, feed hay truit, livestock mciudmg dairy,, poultry, beef cattle, sheep and hogs, ranee livestock, and range problems;" better hviaS Uving from the farm's production; health, increasing me rarm income- and better spending of the farm income- - wiser and better : use rf frecHf and hon11ln cial makers. Instead of the county agent going into the county and making a 'pro gram of his own and announcing to ine people that this will be the program for the year, he will accept the "Feed For Profit" is the title of a just issued by the Utah State Agricultural college extension service for distribution to those interested in livestock production. Dean E. J. Maynard of the school of agriculture, Professors George B. Caine, Harry H. Smith, George Q. t, Bateman, Byron Alder,. Cart Alma C. Esplin and Milton Madsen have written the material contained in the circular. Rules for feeding horses, colts, beef cattle, dairy stock, sheep, swine, and S poultry during winter and summer. are given in a condensed form and adapted to rapid reading. Illustra- tions and simple tables supplement " V the reading matter in telling the recommended rations for the various, jt m types of livestock and poultry found T H on the farms of Utah. "This circular is a good example of how a great deal of information can be condensed into a readable, understandable form that is readily available for immediate use," Director Peterson said in commenting on "Feed For Profit:" Copies of this circular may be obtained from toe county agent or from the Extension Service at toe Utah. State Agricultural college. new circular Frisch-knech- ij Awards Made in Japanese Contest In Oratory . Six speakers in English and three in Japanese competed in toe first orone-ha- lf atorical meet sponsored by the Ta-maMen's Association of Honeyville e, Sunday night, April 19. Tadashi toe of secretary organization, acted as chairman. ; Of the English, speakers, Kol Hara-mot-o, Iff of Honeyville, and vice president of the Y. M. A., was awarded first place, with, toe second .place go- -, ing to Noble, Tsushima, of Bear River Edythe Tanaka, of this city, and sec-retary of Girls' Association, received third place. ' Among the Japanese orators,- - Horace Aoki, of Honeyville, captured first with Takashi Watanabe of Bear Rivmnrto Vnr Vi Drop-ra.i t. er, taking second, and third place go- Q will h7 tVr to determine his ing to Larry Horiye of Deweyville. The awards, which were donated by effor, When thp- -j the Honeyville Japanese echool and what otherwise would be a loss io will be assembled, cor Women's association, were presented completed they them. related ana will make up the state to the winners by Mr. J. T. Shizuoka. Due to favorable investment program. Also, the results will be i On conclusion, the regular monthly conditions when the Federal land cultural meting was held with Rev. banks sold bonds recently, the banks S. Nakatsiikasa of the Salt Lake City a M planning Buddhist can offer new loans n nroaont at anar-- , church, as the speaker. program making, the interest rate of 4 per cent a year is remarkable the interest and It the lqwest at which they have ever effort which the women and men of lent money. the communities have been willing to The statement from the Farm Cred C. into this study and analysis in it Administration points out that a put iunaamental material OPTOMETRIST for garnering farmer who gets a Federal land bank , loan through the local National Farm prorSse Will Be In My Store giVf Loan Association while the 4 cent ' 27 Co,,. complete CO- interest- rate nnii operauon ana effort on the Parl nt nav a higher ratA rturino- - tn ont.-n' Pn" Make Your Appointment Now tern of toe loan, which ntay oe grarffectiVT for a period as long as 30-oyears, j Farmers who are paying higher inter-- 1 other information s, est rates on short-terfarm mort nro.Ument ff to camP- - interested per-ma- y or other accumulated debts, ons Bhi)uld write to C M. T. C. Of- find it advantageous to refinance wito a long-terloan while invest ficer, Fort Douglas, Utah. ment market conditions remain favorable, toe statement adds. w 1 k to T Wa-tanab- :Z7 . V j JL,t. DR. DON SSrTTn 2 nt W. MONDAY, APRIL "d m per-gage- i 0BERT OMONSEN IV JVeler , READY-TO-WEA- R Formal Opening, Saturday, April 25th, at NEW LUMBER at RIGHT PRICES in LaGra Shop CALL AND SEE US Wilson Lumber Go. "EVERYTHING T OBUILD ANYTHING" XXXXXXXIXIIIIII 10 A. M. t X i i, A. A. A. A. GRADUATION DRESSES SILK PRINTS AFTERNOON CLEAN-U- P DRESSES SHEER CHIFFONS CHILDRENS DRESSES $1.00 Watches, St. Regis r Special .. RUB ALCOHOL FuU Pint $1.49 ELECTRIC Hafs FLAT IRON 50c Gly!cerine and Rose Water - Lingerie L. D. S. Garments Hose - Art Goods 6-- oz At Our 13c FOUNTAIN 89c FRUIT SALAD 1 19c 50c 6-o- 25c SUNDAE 23c z. Fitches -- SHAVE CREAM Reta Cleansing Tissue (500's) Calox TOOTH POWDER .... 19c 10c H M t HM 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 43c Hospital Aspirin Tablets 100's - 5 gr. 14c McKesson Shave Cream "2 tubes , McKesson Milk of Magnesia - Pint . 33c 53c a. i PRESCRIPTIONS 1 H DRUGS 7 I'emoytton, GRACE HAWS I 23c Prophylactic TOOTH BRUSHES . . 39c , HOME OF LADIES' FASHIONABLE WEARING APPAREL AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES ON SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1936 AT 10 A. M. MIMMHIMIM A. A. A. Reo 89c WE INVITE YOU. TO THE OPENING OF THE LaRENE SCOTT J. A. The City Drug Co. Maintains a Complete, Well Stocked Prescription Department We Fill Your Doctor's Prescription Exactly As It Is YOU SAVE WHEN YOU TRADE WITH US! Written DRESSES LAGRA SHOPw JAMES dd Inter-Mounta- LADIES Ready For Utah m . , Interest Saving to transact such other and further business as may properly come before the convention. j C. O. CHRISTENSEN, County Chairman. L. E. HOWARD, Secretary CITIZENS' MILITARY TRAINING CAMP AT FORT DOUGLAS You can't push a sprouting oak back in the acorn without ruining it. The sixteenth Annual Citizens' MilNeither can you force back youth's ambitions without injury itary Training Camo for voune' men of toe area at Fort Douglas, Utah, the home of toe 38th Infantry (The famous Rock of the Marne Regiment) will open Julv 8 and close August 4, 1936. Approximately 200 vounr men h- tween the ages of 17 and 24 from Utah, Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming wui nave an opportunity to attend the camp. To obtain information regarding . farmers' Cash , fffital 1 Notice is hereby given that a Re publican County Mass Convention, of the Republican electors of Box Elder County, has been called and will be held on Tuesday, April 28th, 1936, at seven o'clock, p. m., at the Bear River High School Auditorium, for of electing thirty-tw- o D the purpose to the Republican State delegates Convention to be held in the Elks' Club at Ogden, Utah, May 2nd, 1936, at ten o'clock, a. m., to perfect the County Republican Organization; and (Spring Time Is Planting: Time) GARDEN SEEDS (in bulk) New Feed Circular Box Elder County 3 Director Reports Farmers Make Big County Planning k 1 1 1 FOUNTAIN LA SERVICE lAa i'X 1 1 .