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LEABM B1AIR MVER VALLEY VOLUME XI TREMONTON CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1936 TOMATO PLANTS LADIES NIGHT AT LIONS CLUB the meetings. A report of the tennis courts was given which showed that work was being held up temporarily due to the work project having to go through proper channels. Everything is in readiness to pour cement when the project is released. The individuals and organizations who have contributed to the project were commended for their public spiritedness. At the conclusion of the project, a detailed financial report will be made. The club endorsed the proposed new to ad through Park Valley to the Ne- Treatment to control this insect should bef made early, as soon as the insect or its work is noticed, says John E. Elazzard, District Agricul tural Inspector. The treatment should consist of one of several things, according to which may be most readily . : ered. WPA People Refusing Private Employment Will Be Dropped J. Greenwell, Administrator of the Utah Worksf Progress Administration, Salt Lake City, Utah, has made the following statement: "All persons certified as eligible for employment on W P. A. Propects . are-expect- ed Mel-dru- -' , State -AgentsSetEffect Up For . Its Regular semi-month- ly Hold-awa- y, Hil-m- . - n ,organ-llation.- 'v r n, " . Ta-nak- Friday and Saturday LAUREL AND HARDY services. Commander In 'Cyclone of the Saddle' Monday - Tuesday Sunday In MARX BROTHERS 'A Night at the Opera' CARTOON - NEWS and PRIZE WINNER "How to Sleep" Wednesday and Thursday A LINE MacMAHON In . , "Kind IaHv" I WttJ4AM HAINES Ja i ..: Certified Seed Growers Must Make Application Farmers who contemplate the certification of any kind of seed crop ANNOUNCEMENT tms season, snouid make application to the State Board of beMr. and Mrs. T. A. Carter announce fore June first. It is Agriculture necessary that of their the engagement daughter, all applications be in on or before Mildred Ruth, to Harvey J. Ault, son this time in order to properly arrange of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Ault. The wed- the field inspections on' the crop. ding to take place in June. Application blanks have been mailed to all regular growers of certified Mathew Felsted of Los Angeles, seed. Those farmers who do not reCalifornia is visiting for several ceive blanks should make application weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Han- to John E. Blazzard, District Agrisen. Mr. Felsted (a Mrs. Hansen's cultural Inspector at his office In the . father. county court house at Brigham City, who will be glad to assist you iri getthe It for home was Harris ting your seed properly,-- certified, r ' VQm Ruby ' ;r it u engine, ,;; . 10-Fo- t - ( ot soil-buildi- Dr. John E. Carver to PWA Projects Result DeUver Address; Ara In Large Expenditures Anderson ValePublic Works allotments in Utah y- - - . projects totaled $5,- to April 1st, according to a report received from Washington by for dictorian non-feder- al 242,501 fastened them to the bars over a ten- foot drop in the canal and had let themselves down behind the falls when suddenly they found themselves being drawn under and strangled Dy the water,' they attempted to pull themselves up. ' Realizing their Plight, the Koiora hov said. "I sruess we are not going to get out of here alive." The water had taken his breath and wnen ne attempted to pull himself up by the ropes, his strength was gone and he fell back into the water. Murdock dropped down to him and took hold of his hand and pulled tym up and the koford boy placed hisarms; Murdock's neck and they made another attempt to pull themselves up from the water; but only part raised, the force of the water and the waning strength was too much and they dropped back down to 4he end of the rope. The Koford boy his hold fell back into the water and his body was not found until 8 hours later about three quarters of a mile down the strewn from the scene of the accident Murdock called for help and Neal, the 17 year old brother of the victim, came and rescued Murdock. The was sent out and in a short time 150 persons had responded and ; helped search for the body. , Sheriff John H. Zundell arrived on the scene, shortly after the accident and directed the search for the body. The victim was born February 27, 1920 in Tremonton. Later the family moved to CUnton, Idaho, returning to Tremonton about a year ago. Surviving besides his parents are threel brothers and one sister: Merwin, 19, Neal, 17, Thayne, 13 and Veda, 10; also two grandmothers, Mrs. Ellen Koford, of Clinton, Idaho and Mrs. Susie Porritt, of this city. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Elwood ward chapel. relen-qulshi- ng . . . Graduation exercises for the Bear Allen T. Sahford, State Director, NaRiver high school will be held Sat tional Emergency Council. ' These allotments were for 89 pro ucday; ' May 16; at the stake iber- nacle. commencing- at 8 p. m. Dr jects having a total estimated cost; John Edward Carver, of Ogden, will of $9,377,866, the report showed. For Box Elder County the tabuladeliver the address to graduates. Ara Anderson, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs tion listed $101,900 for public imElias Anderson, of Elwood, will de provements estimated to cost $257,-68liver the valedictorian address. Honor To February 1, 1936 in Box Elder students, Joe Shibata, Palmer DeLong and Raulston Zundell, will also deliv- County there had been $213,353 exer addresses. pended for labor, materials and mist The graduates this year will com- cellaneous expenses. The report further stated that to prise the largest class ever to graduate from the institution and will February 1, 1936 the Public Works program in Utah had resulted in ex- number 128. of $907,994 for labor; i Leone Oyler Seriously list: the is penditures Following 1A1 KAO O 404 illl 1U1 Beth A(7 Garnett Hiatal 1C110, CU1U flUXtiniA Abel, tp,OOi., Stanley Abbott, 64 on projects. Allen, Bert Anderson, Daisy Anderson miscellaneous costs By Auto On Ara Anderson, Dorothy Ballard, Lor- na Barfuss, Verna Barfuss, Roy BarLeone, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nard, Allen Blain, Blaine Bishop, Dan- School Children to Leo Oyler, of Garland, who was seriel Bradshaw. Instruciously injured last Sunday night is Leah Cannon, Lucile Cannon, Vida DurBarbara reported as improving satisfactorily Carlson, Ralph Castleton, at the Valley hospital. Christensen, Virginia Coombs, Vern The girl was struck by an automoCrozier, Arva Dallin, Lawrence Davis, bile driven by Joe Bowcutt, of Logan, Palmer DeLong, Jack Driggs, Lula The Board of Education has made it while she was crossing the street with Ellis, LaVoy Elwell. for school children to have two playmates. She was just behind possible William Rav Firth. Cleon Forsgren, free instruction in band work during them, having stopped to pick up her Grant Delbert Frederickson, Fraser, the summer, according to C. C. Wat- - kitten. She was rushed to the Valley Fridal, Marie Fronk, Wayne Fronk, instructor. The following letter hospital, where it was found that she Mark Gaddie, LeVern Garfield, Boyd kins, to all school children is self ex had a broken arm and leg, her ankle rent Giles, 'Fred Germer, Harvey Garrett, was sprained, her head and body were Martha Glenn, Alta Grover, Dean planatory: seems that a great deal of our bruised, but no internal injuries were 'It Gunnell. Harold Grover, can be accomplish found. Arch Hall, Frank Hall, Rose Hall, musical training months when summer the ed during Ada Hanren. Carlos Hansen, Carrie no other subjects to study. J. M. SCHAFFER APFONITED we have Hen Vernon Hansen, June Hansen, With this thought in mind the Board TO STATE ADVISORY BOARD derson, Iva Hendricks, Deaun Henrie, of Education is furnishing free sumElizabeth Hess, Quintin Hess, Dougmer instruction on band instruments. Tremonton was given further recog las Holmgren, Adele N. Henrie, Beth "If vou already have one of the fol niation from the county Iverson. organization Inneg, Boyd lowing instruments or intend getting when Dr. Jay M. Schaffer, of this Paul Jenkins, Blanche Jensen, one the time the course starts, the city, was appointed a member of the John, Lorraine John, Nina John weekbyof May 18, you may register: Johnstate board of Box Elder John, Ruby Floyd John, Sylvera "Cornet, trumpet, clarinet, piccolo, County.advisory Mel-h- a son, Wanda Johnson, Jack Jones, French horn, With' every Jones. Maxine Josephson, Margar flute, oboe, bassoon,: working smoothly, mellonhone. trombone, tuba, the democratsthing baritone, are ready for the et Kay, Joe Kim, Idelah Knudson, drum, xylophone, bells, saxaphone." n-national, state and county. Hazel Manning, Maurine Marble, Vern The following are the officers ot I... Martin. the organization: Mrs. R. D. Ander Genevieve Miller, Glen Miller, Hilda son, president of band mothers; RoMills Wilma Miller. Seaman Mills, bert Gordon, student band manager; WanLeRoy Morgan, Farrell Munns, Homer Shurtz, quartermaster; and da Mason. Shirley Nielsen, Ronald Og Vica Hall, secretary-treasure. den, Earl H. Oyler, Donald racK, uui is the schedule for sumFollowing By DR. JOHN W. HOLLAND Packer, Beth Palmer, Max Pinder, mer work, which will commence May Myron Richards, Rex Richards, Glad- 18th. All classes will meet at school Do not allow the crowd to' crowd ys Richardson, Gertrude Roberts, house: ' , you backward. Ruck-eDoris adRayola Roe, Odell Romer, He who curses another rains Monday, 8 a. m., Tremonton, 0. Injured When Struck Mi4-Amnl- Sunday Have Free tion In Band ing the Summer De-Mo- ur campaig- ---- ---- r. Stander asked all legionnaires present take it upon themselves to fee that their buddies were present at the next meeting. "Bonnie Scotland" REX LEASE a, ead in ng B.R.H. S.MAY 16 SUCCESSFUL YEAR preciation Expressed Theatre - GRADUATE FROM - : pro- ut Soil-depleti- LARGE CLASS TO Three Teachers Work Progressing Thatcher Ward money-hand-o- soil-buildi- Mr.-Darre- ll to accept jobs with pri c V vate Become when work suitable to as a was Ed employers Thompson, appointed " firecfeTio-ffi- r th" Vacancy t? Wt W, thel tralningand experience is of. Cupid's Victims;- Ajp- 8e9;:'&t wages generally paid and : ."Wadsworth leaving town. . hunder conditions normally prevailing In the community. : "In the event With the curtain going down on an any such person refused to accept suitable employment other school year, the local district Nicely On offered to him, he may be dropped school,- according to Principal New House from the list of certified eligible' percloses one of its most successsons. r .with an enrollment of 485, ful years Without much noise or trumpet "It is thought that some season- almost equally divided with 243 boys blowing, Bishop. T. E. Adams and his able employment is now being tender? and 242 girls. The school has reported counsellors and members of the That- ed to eligible Works Progress Admin some outstanding achievements in cher ward are, making splendid pro- istration workers, and in the event it many of its departments and activgress on the new ward chapel now in is found that this employment has not ities. Supplied with an exceptionally the course of construction. The walls been accepted in accordance with the well trained teaching corps and with are going up and most of the mater- foregoing their eligibility a spirit of cooperation between parials appear to be on the ground that for furtherparagraphs, employment will be can- ents and teachers, the year just closwill be necessary to complete the out- celled." ing can trtily be said to have been a side walls. The National Reemployment office very successful one. is The brick of a beautiful light is offering employment to those inteachers Three of the. fnotelled type and will no doubt make terested in going into the beet fields. in the school haveoutstanding become the victims a striking appearance. The farmers are paying the scale of cupid's darts and will not be with The people of the Thatcher ward wage of $6.00 per acre for thinning the school when it opens next year. are to be congratulated on their en- and it is believed that an average They are Miss Thelma. Harris, Miss terprising and progressive spirit and worker can make at least $3.00 per Lolita Hodges, and Miss Edith Olsen. can look forward to the joy of having day. The farmers are cooperating every parent will regret the Surely while worth accomplished something office to get absence of these "teachers in the the with Employment when , the building is completed and their help. school room another year, but will ready for occupancy. extend to them every good wish for their success and happiness. ' American Legion Principal Meldrum and the teachers take this opportunity to express their Holds A. A. A. appreciation for the loval cooperation The agricultural conservation proMeeting Luncheon, of the patrons of the school. gram has now reached a point where Following is the list that graduate permanent organizations can be efThe American Legion held its regu from the school. fected in the various counties of Utah, lar luncheon and meetLisle Conger, Delton Roundy, An- according to Director William Peter- ing Wednesday evening at Otto's cafe. son of the Utah State Agricultural Following the luncheon, a business drew Scothern, Capwell Jenkins, college extension service, who is in meeting was transacted. James Ran- Garth Stephens, Harold Doutre, Alvin Robcharge of the administration for this som in the chair by appointment from DeLong, Ralph Thomas? Ferron state. bing Ray Roberts, Cecil Holland, Commander Stander.' Each county will be organized on The question of supporting: the jun Jack Anderson, Bert Strand, Clair the basis of a community with but ior baseball was discussed and a com- Dunn, Edward Fridal, Don Fishburn. Committeemen will mittee was appointed to raise the fi one committee Harry Conger, Jay Hansen, Murry ae chosen after agricultural interests nances necessary to carry over the Jones, Wayne Anderson, Lowell and geographic divisions have been project, me club voted to contribute Keneth Newton, Doyle Frazier, considered, Director Peterson said. $10 to the tennis courts beiner erect Roselyn Janson, Marcetta Mlsrasi, of ed in the city park. a Each committee will be comprised Fontella Fredrickson, Ruth Pack, The Americanization committee. three members who will be elected by Lucile Preston, Dora Jackson, the farmers on or before May 23 at consisting of . Joseph J. Joaephson. Fuller, Wilma Vance, Anna Marie a county-wid- e meeting to be called by James Walton,. Edwin O. Stenquist, Theurer, Cleo Costley, Ila Bronson. the county agent. After the commit- and A. J.. Taylor,, was given the reErma Grace Anderson, tee has been elected the members will sponsibility of preparing and conduct Wilma Wllf-n-Peterson, Vlra fooVi rtnllv IT.cnrll exercises in memorial Tremonton meet and effect their county ing Elaine Rose, Mary Hai'ght, Shirley "7and Bear River City on Decoration vrozier, noma Peterson, Vion Mad-seday. Ruth Kay, Vera Kay, Nelda ".' from Chairman James The AT THE report Shirley Watland, Helen showed that the community Josephine Stokes, Geraldine band was and nicely Orpheum UTAH progressing Josephspn. ; would be on hand for Decoration day TREMONTON. vada line, a gram. Payment is made to the farmer when the farmer makes an. effort to benefit himself and his farm. All crops have been divided into three classes: or conserving, and neutral crops. crops include the general farm crops, such as the grains with special consideration given to sugar beets. SoiLbuildlng crops include those perennial, biennial or annual legumes, green cover crops and perennial grasses. The program calls for a rotation system of farming; so that part of your crops will be re duced in favor of crops each year. You may chancre more than 15 per cent of your acres to crops but you will not be paid for more than 15 per cent on the basis of the con version or Class I payment. In addi tion to this, there is a seeding: pay ment or a conserving payment. For certain changes which you might (Please Turn to Page Four) soil-buildi- SCHOOL CLOSES Holding By Ropes Over Falls and Is Drawn Into Water! soil-buildi- 5 s in " Antone (Pat) Koford. 16. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Koford, of Elwood. was drowned in the Utah- Idaho sugar company canal a quarter of a mile from his home Wednesday some federal remuneration morniner at 10:30. According to N. u. change will be given in addition to the bene- Murdock, 18, of this city, who was with him at the time of the accident, fit derived from building the farm. the bovs had secured some ropes and This is not nus-band- ' IN CANAL WED. production The program, then simply requests the farmers of the United States to change approximately 15 per cent of. the crops each year to crops, and for such one-eye- e good-practic- The fundamentals of the new agri cultural conservation program are comparatively simple. First, it is recognized that surpluses are being produced and that surpluses occur in the crops; that the surplus produced each year on the aver, age is about 15 per cent of the total ... that-singl- available. The most common preparation consists of equal parts of nicotine dust and lead arsenate, applied with any type of duster. Lead arsenate 1 pound, and hydrated lime 4 pounds mixed and dusted on the plants, afford some control. In many sections the best results are obtained from treating the plants with a consisting of a spray of Bordeaux mixture. A is to thoroughly dust the plants with one of the dusts recommended before planting them, which facilitate getting the under sides of the leaves thoroughly cov- opthalmolo- recently suggested that some distant date may be .equipped with one central cyclo-peeye this because, with the development of coordinating powers, and the use of both eyes to gether, man a eyes will become more closely set; and 'eventually, perhaps, the two eyes may become one. At this possibility the femi nine sex of 1936 beeran to buzz . not with questions about future powers of vision . . . but with queries as to how their listers of the future would make up to bring out orb . .. . what kind W hats they would wear what changes might take place in flirting ; technique. - ' Although one can only guess at the kind of hat this d miss will wear, it can be predicted safely that in her attempts to attract men he will use her single eye as effectively as her modern ancestor, uses .the far future, according to the both orbs. For throughout history famed ophthalmologist, is conwomen have used their eyes as the trolled pigmentation, which would keynote to their beauty, and it is permit eyes to be changed from one likely that women of the future color to another as readily as brunwill inherit the same instinct. Man ettes become- - blondes today. What of the future may be vamped with complications for the future mam'- only one eye, but it is sure to be Belle (and wnat mils xor ner !) loaded .with dynamite! , , if this should come about! i To satisfy the curiosity of the, Whereas how the fashionable modern miss as to hats of the far young lady chooses her clothes acfuture: they are likely te be cording to'the color, of her eyes,' straight-brimme- d, with, trimmings and permits the color of her eyes placed symmetrically on either side to determine the shade of powder rf the hat: or rolled straight off and other cosmetics she uses, her the face. Hats which turn upvon sister of the future will need at the side will, be out-athere will many wardrobes and as many be no "right" eye to conceal coyly! sets of cosmetics as. the hums Another possible development of eye has colors! an jumping, flea beetle. This tiny insect is a rapid feeder on the tender fol iage of the newly set tomato plants, and on potato vines, eating many small holes in the under side of the leaf, until the plant often dies. Adherence to Law Not To Endorse Candidate Reaffirmed Several important matters were disposed of at the regular business meeting of the Lions club held Wednesday evening, Hay 13. i The merchants committee, who are in charge of Ladies' Night, gave an outline of the proposed program for Ladies' Night to be held May 20th. The full program has been completely arranged and, according to the com-- mittee, District Governor and Mrs. Can trill Nielsen will be in Attendance for the occasion. The directors reaffirmed their adherence to the constitution and bylaws, No, 1, Sec, A, when a political matter was brought up for discussion, which reads, "This club at no time shall endorse, or recommend any candidate for political office, nor shall politics nor political candidates be discussed at the meetings; also no religious discussions shall be tolerated at k famous New York ty are experiencing trouble from the attack of the small shiny black, quick THIRTY-FIV- E DIRECTOR TELLS ANTONEKOFORD, DETAILS OF NEW FARM PROGRAM 16, IS DROWNED Woman in Future One-Eye-d Agist man at Tomato growers in Box Elder coun SET FOR MAY 20 . Science Sees BEING ATTACKED BY INSECT PEST NUMBER r. Srnffifild. Thaine Secrist, Sara Shumway, How--j ard Shurtz, Ray Somers, Donald Sten 4"iat, jaarvin stenquist, joe sniDaiu, Rlnnohtt I aalrofa Aria. Le- - Ruby Tanaka, Margaret Tarbet, ron Udv. Erma Vonw Karl Ward, Golden Watt, Wanda weiaman, Wayne Weidman, Adair WeUing, Estelle Welling, Marie WestJune White, Leslie . Wight, moreland, .... uuucri. wiiuams, ria wood, men Wood, Velma Wood, Keith Wooley, Jack Yoder, Raulston Zundel. L Ur. and Mn. William Wadsworth lift Saturday tfor Pendleton, Oregon. vanced. Monday 10 a. m., Tremonton, Intermediate. Monday, 1 p. m., Tremonton,- beginners. Monday, 2 p. m., Tremonton, rhythm. Tuesday, 8 a m., Garland, advanced. Tuesday, 10 a. m.f Garland, Intermediate. Tuesday, 1 p. m.( Garland, beginners. Tuesday, 2 p. m., Garland, 1 '. rhythm.Wedm-Wednesday,- 9 a( i Portage. nesday, 1 p. m., Plymouth. Wednes-day, 3 p. m., Fielding. Both-wel- l. Thursday, . m., Thatcher, Ev-1 Elwood, m., p. Thursday, - 9-- Friday. a., m.. Beaver Dam, Col- 11 a. jbj., Deweyville. Inftaa. Friday, curses upon his own head. hey-da- y of speculation which brought us this of depression. , pay-daVices are the little vermin which seek .habitation ' and board under the cloak of virtue. When you eaten yourself In an unworthy act make your conscience your cop feasor and . follow Its- - advice. -Most of us look at the glittering silver , In the distance, an-- " mindful of the gold beneath It was our y . our feet -: '