|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
" V ALLEY LEADER mt th " FMtorace great Interest One shows recent economic changes, and compares current jconditions with the "normal" which is given an period of 1923-2100. According to of rating arbitrary this table, industrial production was at 102 in June, as compared with 86 in June, 1935. Consumer expenditures were at 103.9, as compared with 89 a year before. Department stores sales were at 89, a rise of 9 points from June, 1935. Wholesale prices had being at 78.3 as compared with 79.3, 12 ; months previously. Employment was at 85.5, and payrolls at 78. Both of these levels marked fairly substantial advances from June, 1935. But neither employment nor payrolls has paralleled the industrial production index, nor the consumer spending index. In other words, factories today can produce more BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY. AUGUST 6, 1936 1 SNOWVILLE Miss Annie Hard By 5, Published at lremonwm, uwo, Thursday of each week. Subscription Rates Year One (in advance) Six Months (in advance) Three Months (In advance) 2.00 l uw 50 NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION 4temAi. 193 5 Free to Public oa!r place In Am U.S. He dvettu'ilr when cataJooanJ any line of budneu STSSsS- - K covering .Without obuineaFrjea! Industrial Lrorary. Obnaatioa ia the American Write for Buaineaa Advertiaine; Matter you era inlcreatea in; same will be promptly forwarded. AMEIICAIIIDISniULIBMIY EaaioMriBtBaUdlai. CUaao.IUlaoU To Your Town swell as to your Country PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS imiiinmiifga ECONOMIC ft) HAPPENINGS THAT AFFECT THE DINNER PAILS, DIVIDEND CHECKS AND TAX BILLS OF EVERY INDIVIDUAL. NATION- INTERNATION- AL PROBLEMS INSEPARABLE FROM LOCAL WELFARE. finds practically all ma. indicators pointing strongly upjor ward," headlines the Annalist. The other important business publications are in accord with this view. And, coming as it does in the very midst of summer, when even in the best of times recessions from spring peaks almost inevitably set in, it is a great testimonial to the amazing strength and persistency of the recovery movement. surIn connection with its mid-yevey and forecast, the Annalist presents two brief tables which are of " Mid-ye- ar ar RECONDITIONED We Have S the Following TUDEBAKER Tradeins, All Reconditioned and Ready to Go 11929 FORD PICKUP. 11934 11933 FORD V-- 8 Sedan. FORD V-- 8 Coach. BUICK Sedan- 1 1931 2 1930 FORD Coafches. - 11929 11934 HUPP Sedan. 11933 11935 CHEV. COACH. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Shaw of Ogden visited friends here over the weekend. Miss Irene Christensen of Brignam was a guest of Miss Cora Daley last week. Miss Mildren Coxey of Ogden, is visiting Lucile Pack. A good representation of our ward spent the day in the Logan temple sham Use f this chair other arm Cf I fiP C HI HUTS with Geneva Sawyer, Urn player, as she eajoy the California sunshine before Inittattaf her new two-- " piece rubber bathing salt? itt ftsj?' ' Ks V Mrs. George Allen of Ogden, visited ' her mother here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew. Gwynn of Woods Cross, were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Nephi Larkin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Skidmore and Miss Cora Daley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neal of Stone, Saturday evening. It was Mrs. Neal's birth- feC: Si rau baaijr(i r r -- tt i - rrr t i mi mini YOUNGEST COMMODORE IN U. S. Oliver Tweedy (left; 14, recently elected commodore of the BayvlUe Yacht Glub on Long Island after he won ten out of eleven races in an boat which he sailed abandoned against older men piloting more expensive boats. Above the outgoing commodore, Zeb Wilson, 70, Is shown presenting his youthful successor with an Omega watch to aid him In his flagship duties. day. Mrs. Boyd Fergus of Stone is spending a week at the home of her father. About thirty men and boys left on Monday for a trip through Yellow- stone park. Bert Eliason, Jr. was in Ogden on business Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan May and Lee May and a friend from Rockland, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ar. bon Friday. Lyman Arbon came home Saturday for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carter of Park Valley visited Mrs. A. P. Larkin Mon- 16-fo- IMil III "C--T , ' I - WEAR $2,000 FURS WHILE DOThe Arctic ING HOUSEWORK Highlanders," a tribe of Eskimos living within eleven degrees of the North Pole are real plutocrats. The lady at the left wears natural seal while the old Eskimo woman has a creation of blue and white fox skins. The other Annalist table mentioned ZOO'S RARE GUEST This Okapi was presented shows the percentage of depression looses so far recovered in this field, by King Edward of England to the London Zoo. This strange animal is shown enjoying a tid-b- it consumer expenditures register great furnished by his keeper. est improvement having recovered 71 per cent of these losses in June. In dustrial production recovered 64.7 per cent; department store sales, 56.1 per cent; and construction a miserly 27.9 per cent. Employment recovered 54.6 per cent, and payrolls 54.5 per cent. The fact that improvement in pay rolls and employment have been practically identical in degree, would in dicate that there has been no wagecutting of significance. When it comes to forecasting the near future, the business commenta tors are agreed that all is well. De mand for most goods steel, automo biles, etc.. is holdiner up. shows no signs of abatement. The old question of how much of current spending is KITCHEN" Workshop for the home, "WOMEN BUSH TO SEE WORLD'S MOST the result of temporary influences and orderliness of a business office, designed by the H. J. Heml Company conveniences the with all notably, the bonus, which has unques ad displayed at Its Atlantic City Pier. Miss Dorothy Kilgore, who presides over this modem ektab tionably been a strong influence in Ilahment. greets thousands dally and says: "Women are Intensely interested in their homes and upping summer trade remains. But especUvly in the selection and preparation of foods." the ereneral consensus of opinion is that underlying conditions are good, are improving, and that no important a ff.valinc of optimism in this Quarter, is the nntfmnt nnme unhiajiAri and During these hot days many a recessions can be anticipated. It shows that in 1935, the nation earn- - j distinguished political commentators homemaker may be glad she doesn't From the standpoint of the investor ed $52,900,000,000, and paid out $53, are displaying toward both party plat- have charge of a palace with a hunthe recent situation has been encour 500,000,000. In other words, it spent These commentators tend to- dred rooms. forms. aging, with the stock index moving only $600,000,000 out of surplus. Dur ward the belief that the Republicans up. and witn bond values rirm. Ana ing other recent depression years, sur a newly issued report from the De. plus was responsible for a great deal missed a great opportunity when they made their vague, partment of Commerce should cause more of the country's spending. It filled it withplatform general, "escape clauses." They seems certain tnat nis year surplus also seem to believe that the Demoneed not be touched. cratic platform, while it lacks much WHEN FOOD FERMENTS AND 6ASES RISE oOo in exactness, is the better written, TAKE JUST EN0U0H TO ALKALIZE Governor Landon's speech of accep- more appealing document. tance which pledged the encourageBut chances are that the ment of private initative and enter- will play very little part in platforms the camprise, and followed the pattern every paign, aside from giving political one anticipated has inaugurated the spokesmen opportunity to "point with campaign in earnest. From now on, pride" and "view with alarm." The the political fur will fly thick and candidates themselves are the great fast, with hostilities reaching their factor. It will be a contest between most tense point in October. the plain Landon personality and the Interesting aspect of the campaign glamorous Roosevelt personality. day. Mrs. R. N. Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Larkin, Bp. D. G. Nelson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Larkin, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pack, Coe Larkin, Harriet Larkin and Anne Hurd attended a birthday surprise for Stake Pres. C. H. Sweeten and Willard R. Smith at Pres. Sweeten's home in Holbrook on Sunday. The terrific lightening Saturday killed a milk cow belonging to W. C. Pack. The storm was so intense that large streams of water were running nil 0.11 .. UVCl RADIO SERVICE TUBES AND ACCESSORIES TESTING FREE ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION AND WASHING MACHINES SERVICED AND REPAIRED GENE HOLLADAY Tremonton, Utah PHONE - - AL PICKUP. and many other LOWER PRICED CARS AND TRUCKS to choose from and 7.3-- 5 EXCHANGE YOUR WHEAT FOR FLOUR fl5fo Why don't you use for the relief of ACID INDIGESTION, Colds, Headache, mow Alka-Seltz- er Muscular, Neuralgia, Sciatic Pains? EfflllG a jpflDlIe Us Phone 94 a p2emic2 Let cold sparkling glasses of BECKER'S BEST add the festive touch to your picnic spread! 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This is an unfavorable factor in an otherwise highly favorable business picture, and it illustrates the vast difficulties attendant upon solving the problem of unemployment The lower payroll condition is somewhat mitigated, however, by the fact that "real wages" (wages based on purchasing power) are about the same as they were in the "normal" period, as the cost of living now stands at but 84.5 per cent of the 1923-2- 5 level. The position of the farmer is also slightly unfavorable. For example, in May the national income had reached level 82.5 per cent of the 1923-2- 5 Cash farm income lagged behind, at 78. However, it is forecast that total 1936 cash farm income, in spite of the drought, will be around 8 per cent higher than in 1935, for a total of S7, S Quality vs. Price Bottle or draught . . always "BECKER'S BEST" .... THERE MUST BE A REASON Our Sales Have Steadily increased during the past several years. 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