PAC3 - .- BEAR RIVER 'TAIXSTT - ... . . . - . . . . r - Mr. edd Mrs. J. D. V TIMED CAMERAS REPLACE BULLETS IN NAVY'S SHAM AERIAL VARFARE .... ii ij.j jim. II in ijp Harris Return ggg FVom Extended Trip In East Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harris, daughter. Ruby, and Eva Beuller of Logan, have returned home after a " : visit in the east; " - - " They report having had a very enjoyable trip, traveling through thirteen states, the District of Columbia and Canada, a distance of 6,100 miles, and visiting many places of interest. They visited for four days in Wash-toD. C. where they met their son, Lloyd, and he accompanied them for a week's traVel to further places of interest, some of which are Mount Vernon, Virginia, the home of George Washington; Philadelphia, Penn., the Independence hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed, and where. the old Liberty bell now stands; also Gettesburg, where President Lincoln delivered the famous Gettesburg address, and the battle field where now stands hundreds of monuments to honor our dead Civil War veterans; and Atlantic City,, New Jersey, where the most famous beach in the U. S? is located. They al- IJJjgwiMiJJU.JJ,..lMJ,J 30-d- ay . Mr. a .d Mrs. Clifton Kerr, Dr. and R. Z. Mr. D. B. Green, Mr. and Mrs..Chrls-tenseMerwln Mra. Mr. and, . Hepplei Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Miller, Mr. Don Sheffield, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edward Kerr returned Wednesafter spending some time in Mrs. LaVon Stokes and family are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Moses n, 1. na day park, ... Jorgenson this week prior to at Idaho Falls. making their home ' Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rhead, son Hal, and Jimmy Walton spent Saturday and Sunday visiting in Oakley.y The following were at Bear Lake Watland and the weekend: Mr. and Mrs. during , Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Winzeler attendedn Francis Noor and family, Mr. and joou-soa. William of the vocal concert Mrs. Leo Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Lea at Ogden, Monday. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Morrison, "' and and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Smith Calif, daughter, Alta, of Los Angeles, Mr. Elaine Stenquist returned Saturday visited, Saturday at the home of a ten day visit at Salt Lake City. after Calderwoodd. and Mrs. R. S. Joyce Limberg of Murray returned with her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Orln Thomas and son, Hubert Johnson, Neal; Devere and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Moore and former, residents of. PpcateUo, who family visited in Ogden, Saturday. Tremonton in home have made their Mrs. Moore and children remained for some time, spent the weekend there for a visit - . Creek. Clear at fishing ;. Mr. and Mrs. Marsden and Jess Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Callister viswere guests at the Toole of Erwin at weekend Mapleton ited during the Mrs. Harry Woodof and Mr. home of and Springville. Nona Marchbanks ward, to Monday. them with returned Mapleton, send some time here. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harris, Mrs. Randall, Mrs. Effie Giles and Mr. "and Amy Mrs. Frank Taylor, Mr.' - Mrs. son, Mike,Mrytle Madsen and and aid Mrs.. Joe Burgess, and Mr. children spent Friday and Saturday Mrs. Duane Lower spent the weekend at Box Elder County Park: at Logan canyon. f r. - ; The M. I. A. officers and teachers Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Woodward 11th visited Monday and Tuesday with entertained the Chorus from the ser.ward of Logan, Sunday after the Mrs. McEntire of Twin Falls. vices at which they furnished the enMm. 'J. M. Shaffer was the atten- tire program. was who . dant of Elizabeth Dern, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pack, Barbara Utah" in the Philadelphia , "Miss and Perce Watkins visited with rela' Mardl Grasat, Thursday, June 15. tives in Star Valley this week. Mrs. Mr? and Mrs. R. S. Calderwood had, Catherine Watkins accompanied them as their "weekend visitors, Mr, and as far as Logan. Mrs. C. H. Wood and family of Salt Mrs. Earl Marble entertained six ;. Lake City. friends of her daughter JeNae, in hon- Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Schaffer of this or of - her birthday, Friday of last week. The. party enjoyed a swim at .'city, were numbered among the! : guests at a reception given by the Udy Springs. Mass Delegation in honor of tneir gov enor James M. Curly, at the Roof , Mr. and Mrs. Ike Winzeler and famGardens of Hotel Philadelphia, Wed., ily and E. J. Winzeler spent the week " end fishing at Logan canyon. June 24. , , . - . " " . " . Mrs. J. T. Palmen attended the wedMr. and Mrs. Phillip Getz and Mrs. en ding reception of her sister, Zelda Matilda, Henry Baer and daughter, tertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myres Hatch' Boulton and Clarence Mills, and Mrs. Carrie Myres of Chicago, June 25th at 'Bountif ul. at a Springs party and lunch, during Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beard and the week. family enjoyed a trip to Yellowstone " Uvin, Melvin and Glenn Jackson, this week. Han? Carlos and Dlmar Thompson, of Elwood returned Friday after .'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen were Tweek's visit in YeUowstone Park. ':' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Allen on the Fourth. , Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nl&ois and and ' Mr.;' and Mrs. Wayne Sandall. and daughter, Gloria; Margaret Jenkins and and Emil Kupfer visited Saturday at family, Mr. and Mrs. Reed GilesHar. family, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Mantua. ris and son, Ronnie Deane, spent the Fourth at Box Elder County park. F - . n, Pilots in Combat Practice Fire Away at Each Other With 'Machine Gun Cam eras" Watch Shows Exact Second of 'Killing' ' v '' rr- 5 so visited New York City, Albany, Rochester, Buffalo and Niagra Falls. At Palmyra, New York, they visited the Hill Cumorah which much impressed them, being quite well ac- MACHINE gun camera, fitted with a watch that records the txact moment of scoring a perfect hit, ii the unique device now be.ing used in Navy airplanes to test a pilot's speed and accuracy of gun-tir- e Thi pnninment invests sham battles with all the reality of actuat fighting aloft, for it provides a highly accurate comparison between two combatants. Except for the substitution of film for bullets, practice battles are war "to the death." Gun Camera, The Fairchild shaped and operated precisely like machine gun, is of the motion g picture type and contains a Hamilton Watch. Another device marks each individual section of film with thin lines both concentric circles as on a rifle target, and cross lines similar to those in a surveyor's instrument.. Thus, pictures taken of an "enemy" "' plane show the exact point at which It would be hit with bullets. In sham combat, planes dive, circle, and mahoeuver each other into position just as they would in a real "dog-fightWhen the "enemy;, comes within range, the pilot or gunner then presses the trigger of the machine gun camera, which - takes a motion picture of the opposing airplane. After a burst of Shots has beea trttie, and when the A t i quainted with early church history, the coming forth of the Book of Mormon, etc., the Joseph Smith home; also the sacred grove where the Father and Son appeared to the Prophet Joseph. ( III i' 7 (Above) The strip of film on whi is recorded the "hits" and "misses" H The Specie the machine gunner. Hamilton Clock records instant of hit second-recordin- gunner thinks he has made a pe feet "hit", he releases the trigge and the camera automatically changes focus to take a picture cv the watch. When the airplanes return to the ground the films art developed and projected on a screen, revealing the progress of the battle and showing the precise time of the first successful shot. The pilot whose first hit is regis tered a few seconds later than that of his opponent may then imagine himself actually losing the battle, falling to his death in a smoking, n airplane. ." At Kirtland, Ohio they visited the first Mormon temple and at the beautiful city of Nauvoo, HI., where the second temple of the church was built also visited the Prophet's homestead, the Mansion and Nauvoo house; Pres. Brigham Young's home and many other early historic Mormon settle ments; also the Carthage jail where the Prophet Joseph and Hyrum Smith were martyred. They returned through Springfield, and Chicago, 111., spending 10 days with their sons, Dr. Lamar and Le Roy Harris in Chicago, enjoying many signts while there, among them the , s-- o H f LET'S : I c I m Norma Jean was born January 9, The Garfields 1929 in Tremonton. have lived in Ogden for seventy months) where Mr. Garfield has been . employed. Interment was made In Tremonton cemetery. yacht trip at midnight across Lake Michigan with their son, LaMar. During the past year Mr. and Mrs. Harris have had the opportunity of traveling from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans, through the generosity of their son Lloyd and daughter, Ruby. -4 lbs. ... 27tf 9tf : ................ for 30 100 250 and SAVE at CHRISTENSEN PRODUCE Between Bakery and Shaw Bldg. .Get Your Vacation Needs Now! v o Mrs. Duane Lower is spending the week with relatives at Logan. : Mr. and Mrs. Dan Briggs and daugh ter Yvonne, visited during the week end with friends and relatives at Springville. Yvonne will remain there for several weeks. miireosiKDinittdDini Mrs. Helen Colette of Ogden is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' ' S. N. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Allen and family spent several days last week up Logan canyon. and and Betty Pierson were in canyon on the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Green and Rev. and Mrs. Gordon returned Saturday after a trip in the East They plan on moving to Salt Lake very soon. Mr. and Mrs. James Ransom, Mr. and Mrs. Hector Haight, and Mr. and Mrs. Granville Browning, of Tremonton, and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Capener of Salt. Lake City enjoyed a trip to Yellowstone park last week. o o Saturday , July 11th 8:30 p.m. 0 We know there are no mosquitos where you are going, but in case sombody lied, keep To get a Beautiful Bronze Tan use mosquitos away and heal the bites with But if you Sunburn 25c Mosquitone, Fri. - Sat. 50c Burntone, Fri. - Sat. 22 Shells - box . .. 190 .190 Colored Glasses 250 Sun Helmets 250 Prophylactic Tooth Brush Genuine Univex Camera Only'.;.,..--..- l. - . ... 240 ,v 290 . Rubbing Alcohol, full pt ... 290 Pt. Vacuum Bottle, only 980 We Do Kodak Finishing :..690 Milk of Magnesia, f ull pt ... 330 your camp pictures to us for printing, enlarging and tinting. ' Films brought in before 10 a. m will be finished by 6 p. m. ' . Free Developing You Save When You Trade With Us Mrs. O. A. Iverson and daughter, VaLoy returned home Sunday from a two weeks trip to the East. They visited in Denver, Chicago, Flint, Saginaw City, Minneapolis, St Paul and Columbus,' Nebraska. - DR.D. B. GREEN F M E IE 2 35c Suntone Oil, Fri. - Sat. " . . . Bring . .. pendix. m Wednesday is Big Railroad Week Dance .. seven-year-o- ld COMPARE THESE PRICES Mr. and Mrs. Howard Getz, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Georg Webb and fam- Mr.'and Mrs'. F. M Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ross spent the week lly visited in Logan over the weekend. an(j Mrs. Lyde Watkins and Henry encl in Carey, Idaho visiting friends Bell returned Wednesday from a trip fishand relatives. They also enjoyed Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Schaffer were to Star Valley, Wyoming. - L' v....... ing... guests at the home of Harry Burn-bauof Philadelphia, during the conMrs. D. B.. Green was hostess to the vention. Lillie Ponds was the guest L. O. H. bridge club this week; Mrs. artist of the evening. Phyllis Waldron and Mrs. Claudeen Harris won prizes. Special guests Mr. and Mrs. George Pierson and were' Mrs. Francis Moore and Mrs. son, LaVerl, visited Sardine, Ogden Thomas Callister. and Logan canyons Saturday. Orchestra Ladies . 15c till 9 25c After 9 Gents. ; . 30c till 9 40c After 9 Funeral services were held Friday in the L. D. S.. ward chapel for Norma Jean Garfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Garfield, who died In a hospital in Ogden on Tuesday, June 30 from a ruptured ap- GRAPEFRUIT - California Sweet Small - 2 for ....... 50 Medium each ...i4l.-:...40 ' each 60 Large . ' . - . :,;"' Clyde Lockwbod's Funeral Services Held Here For Young Girl CUCUMBERS, Utah TOMATOES - 4 lbs. i. DANCE In Ogden SATURDAY NIGHT They enjoyed their trip very much ' but still think Bear River Valley is a very fine place to live. NEW POTATOES, Utah-1- 0 GREEN BEANS - 3 lbs NEW CABBAGE - lb. ii Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bennett of- Salt Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Allen, and Lake City "spent the weekend at the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ogaard were at home of Mr and Mrs. W.' T. Bennett Bear Lake over the weekend. and Mr. and Mrs. Aarl Bennett. "Mrs Denver. Here Is a New List of Lower Priced Produice Miss Annivar Heppler is visting this Mr. John Laub had the misfortune WosIav. Clcnhart wprfl week with Miss Ann Spencer of Brig-ha- to strain some of the ligaments in Salt Lake visitors oyer-- the weekend. J his back while at work at he Globe City. mill and has been confined to his bed Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nielson and Arch Richardson and Miss Mar- - the past two weeks.. We are glad to Mrs. Carlyle Johnson visited during garet Pack spent the Fourth at Manti Report he is feeling better at this the week at .the . home of Mr. and visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice writing and hopes to soon be able to ' Mrs. Leon Kerr. Pack.: iiie around and at work again Up onH Mr. and Mrs!' Owen L. Broagh tad daughter, Augusta, and Katheryn Maughan have just returned from a trip in the east. They . went by bu from Tremonton to Chicago. After spending two days in Chicago they went to Flint, Michigan, where they purchased a new car and toured some of the most important cities of the east. They took the ferry boat at Port Hurron and crossed the St Clair river into Canada and visited some of the important cities. They viewed the Niagro Falls from the Canadian side then visited some of the important cities In the United States Niagra, Buffalo, Rochester, and New York City. They visited the Joseph Smith farm and Hill Cum. orah at New York. On their trip home they visited Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D. C, St. Louis, Kansas City and GOOD NEWS FOR THRIFTY HOUSEWIVES flame-ridde- " :''. day. In East And Canada ASKI . Mr. and Mrs. Don Elwell visited Joe Burgess was a business visitor with friends and relatives in Preston, at Salt Lake, Wednesday. - ., ., , .. Saturday. 'Mrs.. Edgar Winchester entertained Mrs. Wayne Sandall and Mrs. Leon eight, ladies at a bridge luncheon, Kerr entertained members of their Tuesday. Mrs. J. H. Watland, Mrs. family, Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lieland Hansen and Mrs. ' Harry Wood ard won prizes. ; ' Kerr, in honor of their father's birth- Mr. and Mrs. Owen L. Brough Enjoy Tour Dentist Utah Office Hoara; 9 to H aa4 1:80 to g Y Tremonton, PRESCRI PTIONS DRUGS JBenton i FOUNTAIN SERVICE mi "