CAES TWO BEAH RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1. 1931 BXAB RIVER VALLEY LEADER atered at the Postofflca at Ut&h as Second Class Matter. Tre-tjaoato- n, Piibll&bsd at Tremonton, Utah, on ffcnreday of each week. WHO ARE YOU? I Tfce Dne Year (in advance) $2.00 $1.00 Eix Months (in advance) Three Months (in advance) - - - 50 --- A Seymour? Free to Pjiblifc AMERICAN IRDBSTSIAL LIBRARY KaftlaMriatBaildia. Chle4.Ullnolm Xjfx:en r name was originally taken fpBIS from a Norman knight, who lived la th Thirteenth century. Sir Wi- '" t I Et llaur and the House of Seymour in America descends through the 'grandson of this ancestor, Roger de Et Maur, who was lord of Peclow and Woundy, In England. ; John Seymour of Wolf Hall in Wiltshire, sheriff fit tha rmintv In the relsrn Of Henry TIL married the daughter of 'Sir Henry Darell of Llttlecote. County Wiltshire. It was their eldest son who lliam "Tha only place ia Am U. 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Packer was hostB Wednesday night to th. club. Fourteen memh,.' Psti were present The hcu,, Jfa& v.. ily." was revie-e,- ' i Coombs. Refreshmpnt ... a' Lea c by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Hansen 1 IJ V WW, , Easter Sundav in WUfl tt parents. Mrs. Clarke Rudd was a Salt . City visitor Thursday. L. Earl. Jr. is m&3il treatment at the L r. ? spltal a Salt Lake Citv. . At W7ltiDglie is reported to h f00n WeB can be expected. 'NATIONAL EDITORIAL u ASSOCIATION KVLestdi-eA- - 193 5 U-J- Item? To Your Town PATRONIZE YOUR iUMgK II 'A'ihl MI1 G11' 1 X TTdZ ' helderinthefineart tf?,Mh LOCAL MERCHANTS 1937. , fenaTauive'ter- ames D an manager and third baseman of the Chicaao White Sox, Steve coaching Mesner. rookie in- - hrd ,v .XjjSr TCi' m Coaches, - Rookie During ; 1 Charles Butterworth. I the Irozen-lace- d com- edtan. does a bit of fancy keyboard gym- nasties for an orthodox piano solo as well as to your Country Mormonism V. I ''M Vtran I ?v I ' il . ' " "mmtmmm,mmmm j J ii CJ Vl 1 L,, If I 1 - D'wight Hansen was in dav on business a VV Oeden M Mr. and Mrs. W. m daughters. Enid and ""''"uoJ' ness. L I I Twa-- 304i. L&Ke ... City in ""S- - President John J. Shumway sentinsrQ the. stnte our ward Sunday night. A& vieitaj tendance were the East wh0 gave us some vei WJV K'J -- 4 2S Seymour Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wellimr J WITH unemployment and relief still was by King Henry on the tne gravest problem facing America, field knighted of battle for gallant conduct as A three act play entitled, "Sotk. the new March of Time, opening April one of the commanders of the king's Is Paris," was presented by the fC 6 5 and at the Liberty Theatre, forces against the Cornish rebels at 4, to the Mormon church and its "iuuw j. ucouay nignt to a I Elackheath. Later on, for his unusual ' experiment in putting its prowess at the famous "Battle of the wiyua a.r rnw k Ten own jobless back to work. Spurs," he was made a Knight Ban. Which AffYirrleH on oi spta " nvcuixig An eminently newsworthy picture, neret by King Henry VIIL He attendT fi i AnTorT!iinTVAoT an wno vwvivuiiuuwu, ui atended the film reveals that the Church's ed the king at the "Field of the Cloth governing body in Salt Lake City, has Of Gold," where the meeting of Henry " I . begun a unique public works program and Francis I took place, an incident Hollywood Starlets Take Up Fencing To Acquire 1 Ed Wvnn. 'The Perfect Fnnl." tnVon ItrrtA Ant IsAftv-which has already taken more than so famous in English history. He also roue renting nas caugnt tne lancy ol some femhis Saturday night broadcast over the e inine film players It is recommended as a new 20,000 members off State and Federal attended the king at Canterbury, when network to give some advice on comedy to his Of Charles V means was fnr Emperor acauirina noise received In relief rolls throughout the nation. son, Keenan, currently appearing In his of the movie cameras England. first Broadway show. Strikingly photographed and SkillJohn Seymour married Margaret fully edited into a brief but comprehensive history of the religion estab- Wentworth, daughter of Sir Henry THE BEST BUY IN Wentworth, who claimed descent from munities taking part in the May Day lished by Joseph Smith and made famman medieval dynasties of CALIFORNIA WINE great Child Health Day activities. The one ous by Brigham Youn, this March of 1 To Camp Europe. Their son, Edward, became major objective of this movement is Time episode Includes the singing of a powerful noble and Lord Protector to stimulate d child health the Tabernacle Choir and or The seventeenth annual Citizen's ungiana. uis rise to fame was May Day Child Health Day in Utah activities in every community, includexclusive candid camera studies of the meteoric; knighted in 1523, created Military Training Camp for young as a part of the nation-wid- e program, ing services for physically handicapSupreme Mormon Pontiff. Viscount BeauchamD: eovernor and men of the intermountain area at was launched vestfHar rh fubbj. iiil. ped children. Heber Jedediah Grant, discussing his captain of the Isle of chanFort Douglas, Utah, the home of the State committee jwas chosen and Jersey; Each community will be submitted plans relief project with his advisors, cellor and chamberlain of North 38th Infantry (The famous Rock of perfected for activities in every com-Th-e a Questionnaire on whir-r return A fundamental doctrine of the Mor 'Wales; in 1537 created earl of Hert' Marne Regiment) will open July munity in the state, is the announce-- 1 the local needs best mon faith is that every member shall ford and later, Knight of the Garter; adapted to the and terminate July 30, 1937. ment by Dr. J. L. Jones, State Health community. in 1M3 was he made be Lord Great Thus, at the depth Further plans for May Day Health Approximately 200 young men will commissioner, ci me depression, Heber Grant, alarm- Chamberlala of England for life. attend the at Fort Maurice camp will be taken up at the Utah J. M. Douglas, Day of His the Taylor, D., Richard -' h Seyed that of all TT. 5?. Mm students cominsr from the states of Salt Lake Piuntv Merti Congress of Associawere idle and on relief, devised the mour, came to America, settled In Utah, Idaho (except 10 northern coun-- : was named state chairman, with the tion meeting at the Hotel Utah on ecclesiastical public works plan whose Hartford, Conn., where he Immediate0 ly became active in the affairs of the ties), the five western counties of following members: Dr. Mildred Monday and Tuesday, March results now appear on the screen and the ten eastern counties son, Director of Maternal and Child In Salt Lake City. colonies. He was a founder of NorMormon stores from coast to coast of Nevada, Health for the State Board of Health; where workers are paid, not in cash, folk, Conn. The objects of these camps are to Miss Lily Hagerman, State Nursing Most of the Seymours in this counbut with all the food, medicines and Free Theatre Tickets on the oneninofuel needed by their families; Church try can trace to this Richard and thus bring together young men of high Director; Miss Marcella Mclnnerney, event Saturday at Tremonton's newest back to the English family. type from all sections of the country director of the Crippled Children Ser- workshops where Mormon women restore Schoss Electric Co. ojiu iu ucveiup ciuser imuunai ana; vice; v. v. Kockwood, president of appliance pair old clothing and make thousands social to teach them the duties the State unity; Associa- of new garments; crops harvested Yet today, with one hundred new and responsibilities of American Cit- tion; Mrs. Louise Y. Robison, L. D. S. stored in community barns, with oth employment projects under way, Mor- izenship; to stimulate patriotism; to Relief and Welfare; Miss Anna Sunder Mormon women, working by hand mon relief administrators, like those interest young men in the importance wall, director of the Child Welfare to create more jobs, preserving half in the Federal Government, are find- of and obedience and Service; Mrs. Ruth Mumford, Direc-t- o a million quarts of food. themselves confronted with the the ing standard of tor of Child Health Education; E. A. develop physical And, as more and more Mormons NOW vexing problem of dealing: with fam American Youth through participa-- Littlef ield, manager of the Veterans leave the nation's relief FAMOUS rolls, the ilies who prefer to remain on the tion in military exercises, athletics Dr. C. R. D'alerleish. Administration; March of Time points to other denom- dole. But Mormons are confident that games and sports. president of the Utah State Dental inations, impressed by the results of will soon overcome this newest The benefits to be derived at these society ana Dental Health Director they the experiment and considering the problem, preserve the rugged vitality camps are secured without pxtisp for the statA VwWa.M RnnrH nf HonHh. CU1U 4V1Atilj adoption of similar programs as a wuicn m a trans- to the students and the Government Miss Bernice Moss, Health Director has single century means of restoring prosperity to the formed their struggling pioneer band provides transportation to the camps for the State Board of Education, nation. into a rich and mighty church. and return home, food, lodging, ex-- j With Mr. Rockwood, Mrs. A. J. pert medical attention, uniforms and West, president of the Utah Congress TRACK-TYP- E h laundry. No obligation for future ser-- of Parent-Tea- p w wuvviuviviig uao vice in any component of the Army accepted for the state P. T. A. the TRACTOR ot the United States attaches to en- - task of coordination of all narticimt j, rollment in a Citizens' Military Train- ing groups, and of securing the coing Camp. operation of every chairman of local Each applicant is required to un- P. T. A. groups in the state. Other dergo a physical examination prior groups being invited to participate to reporting at camp. ttre county Medical and Dental SoEvery candidate is required to fur- cieties, L. D. S. Relief Societies, Amer nish a certificate as to his moral ican Legion, Women's Clubs, Men's character; this certificate is accep- Clubs, and Schools. ' Health Protection table from a school teacher, clergyfor Every Child" man or any other prominent and rep- is the slogan for the 1937 campaign. utable citizen, who is personally ac- - The movement is sponsored nationally with the candidate. quainted uic uuu weuare tsureau of the The parents of healthy enthusias- U. S. Department of Labor, which is tic boys who want to go. should en mrnisning suggestions, posters and courage them to do so. They will be omer program material for all com cared for under the experienced eyes of observing officers and officers, he will learn the v 1 THAN A LOWEST meaning of discipline and good citiJ I zenship, he will develop alertness and PRICED j he wiU return home big A'-. CAR! ger, stronger and better. The welfare of all boys is carefully We are mighty pleased to announce that we now represent guaraea ana neaitny wholesome recreation is provided for their leisure this splendid Ii HP Tl ff farm tratAv. are siuiu, AanenO? v.? ". waiiuig, j.iiey hours. There will be on duty at all able machines that pay their own no matter how tout times with the camp, a surgeon and way, Gaia the going. We will be pleased to discuss ViKr Youthful a cnapiain whose duties are to safe. ness JJTSf1 Clear- Sk.'rt your problems. w..... Vivaaiiu Come in. guard the health and moral surrounddous Eyes That Sparkle With ings of the boys. vuuuous xieaiui A visitor's day, when all parents Ilere'a th. mti'a. ,1... i i. . A are welcome and will have an opporand brings out all the natural attrac- uvencs in,, every woman possesses. tunity to observe the training given, tTefr" morning take one half will be held on July 29, 1937. sizes of Kruschen Salts in a men or inYoung parents desiring of hot water before breakfast-c- glass ut formation as to enrollment in this L. oil Citizens' Military Training Camp may ho Mnws, Buuer, cream and lyTTETRE picking easy marks . . , the dual -in Hr,V' obtain 4 sugarall of the Cffi.ng week, economy necessary information Wf challenge includes get on the one ram oil cleaner and the and note how many pound, ofscale, America s nine other tiies-lo-every wer by writing to the C. M. T. C. Officer, fat automatic overdrive have the world vanished. Notice also that priced or higher priced. Fort Douglas, Utah. Ant six offering automatic hill holders Pjkedual yoa nave gained in ,V"a conyinco you that the Dictator plus hydraulic brakes energy your ,kin clearer-T- on the world's better buy. feel younger in bod- i, with six ynew only WISE AND WILFUL: wiU beauti-ruilia Wise rotary th toomy comfortable, y oa door latches. See and drive a Dictator SlE i man ' who recognizes his faults. Strong appointed Dictator and you'll and youll see why it is making tales of will is he who can keep at them ' KniMhen SalU-- th. Studebaker's history. 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