|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
GAY E A3 LVurday was held by tne at the home of yT AUCASSAR BRIGHTENS I I ine Peea cop . By Fronk Chevrolet -- i i WHO MAKES USED CAR SAFE Co. UP ROOM 1935 Standard Cher. Coach' $450.00 ?3ayed during the evening . ,iimi lunch was servlmbers and their part- Y fv,! Ralph R. Merrell callMrs. sister. of his . Uildav PtIk 8 ft' enrouteto' their Anthony, Idaho. visiting her parernts, Srs Edward Newton. She P Tardea Sunday. P Lewis Abbott were Friday. visitors tv kT-..7-. Rroueh and Mrs. Lila f entertained the J. A. Club of Mrs. Brough last week . -- 1931 Ton-Chey- t. rtjjUomew P.r Hiirinsr No shrewd buyer passes up our used af- - a hot dinner was members. of HoweU w, and Mrs. Frank which fifteen Udto the Pickaa JlT.00 $ i.l i.i in in i i ui in in hi ii in m f nponie from here Vision," ASrPageait, this week. P Bl nnd Mrs. Grant W FVl' juw" daughter, Nancy, of Km City, were Monday guests - r iMdal entertained at the Mn 811(1 Mrs' K Saturday In honor of Wayne Holmgren. Mrs. I13' U of bis iVridal Jr. nd Mrs. Wing'" i - . , A TToofoy """"" Rnpnam vitj. carried out in the Easter Worations ana priz. ua Cd after which a delicious lunch Florine Becker s served to Misses nroha Heppler of Tremon- - J & was Woffinden of Garland, K. L and Earl StohL Mr. Mrs. Wayne Holmgren, Mr. and b. Frank C&aaaz, ana mr. turn uuo. frvMoi wovd I ion Tiompsoh- - i party in nonor oi mr. anu Lrge Abbott was given by ivna. the Wednesday evening Brigham City. Light reiresnments lie served with a program and W following. Mrs. Abbott was pre- sted with American Beauty roses Mr. Abbott received a brief case. of the John Adams was in charge spam and Walter Mann in charge officials Uy 3 ' the dancing. and Mrs. J. K. Hillman, and It, and Mrs. Hyrum Tippetts of LoWr and Mrs. Golden Waldron and Mrs. Walter Waldron of lit Lake City, and Mrs. J. T. Wal ls of Morgan spent the first part la Id Mr. Mr. the Sis. at the home of Mr. and Abbott. They arrived on attend the funeral of Mr. week George liesday to Romas Waldron. Cazier and daughter, are spending the her mother, Mrs. Rose Pet- - Mrs. Earl lioria, ol k with Preston, rcn. E. Wright and spent the week visiting friends and relatives here J.W. Ault and Wesley Ault of Lo st were Sunday dinner guests of and Mrs. P. E. Ault. M Rose Peterson. Mrs. Earl Coz- p and Roma Peterson visited Sunday ar.and Mrs. Warren Stan of Idaho Falls 1 fc Hot Point Ranges brlc-a-bra- i I t r TREMONTON, o yellow complexion. iou may lie uown on jour uuiies, but you cannot rest easily t there. Three great little words often forgotten are, Stand, Stay, t Stick. Leopard spots are like freckles: they can be covfinl up, but -- ed. they remain i:r lie to get It will always be finance certain people i rrrvf lAnif nlo- tlill-.- t i ion fcCl HU B19 nv lau lung to them. neonle other . fight Whenever a person tells me a malicious tale about another, I wonder what he would say about me under similar con- ditions. UTAH ; , t t J t J t J t f (. J t t Western Newspaper Union. InSpring A Home tentment, We grow like what we think of; so let us always think of the good, tne true and the beautiful. tATtK P Spring Is Also GARDEN TIME Buy your seeds now while our stock is Seeds in packet or bulk. complete future. Mrs. Melvin Homer who has been ill the past week is very much better T ut: We're thirty-fiv- e years old I Today, as in 1902 when Penney's was founded, we proudly offer thrifty American shoppers the highest quality at lowest possible prices. Now, for the thirty-fift- h time, we offer you amazing bargains to celebrate our Anniversaryl Don't miss a one! 40 PR. MEN'S HEAVY 52 PR. WOMEN'S FULL FASHIONED SILK STOCKINGS pr 391 an Boys' Rayon POLO SHIRTS, 39 42 ALL LINEN, SIZE 52-5- 2, 15 DOZ. FAST COLOR 691 PRINT - 36 in. width 101 CURTAINS 49c1 CLEANSING TISSUE 191 25 COTTON BATTS CURTAIN SCRIM yd 151 PRINT HANKIES - ea. 31 RAG RUGS - ea TOILET TISSUE - 4 rolls BED SPREADS "YOUR GOOD WILL OUR BEST ASSET" $1.00 PLAITED SLACK SOCKS, sizes 10 to 19? 11, pr. W ... BLADES and RAZOR, pkg. 49 20 MEN'S BLOOMERS and PANTIES, 191 LUNCH PAILS EXTRA HEAVY DOUBLE TID2EAD SO 15 $1.98 490 PR. MEN'S WORK SHOES J. P. COATS - pr. ,. 8 4 and 8c and BUY YOUR NOTIONS and SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT PENNEY'S ntrreTivnivfi vat .irn PLAIN AND PRINTED SILK REMNANTS IT. IV OUR SILK DEPARTMENT contalna Sodium n anal.lc) In with vegetable and mineral alkallsera. by C U $1.89 400-Y- THREAD ALKA - SELTZER ... SIZE RAYON 70 LADIES' RAYON on utomach, headache. Tour stomach, cold,, and macular omfort e d pains, To got rid of tak and correct th acid condition. A&a-Sel.- tr Tonr drafts wllsiL. MaWaVA ffctt drink ana 07 291 50 PRGS. DOUBLE EDGE 200 WALDORF ras 72l IMPORTED 9 DOZ. - RAYON LADIES' $1.49 CANVAS GLOVES - pr. 16 ONLY - LARGE 200 YARDS NEW SPRING PR. MEN'S HEAVY HEAVY com-blnatl- Farmers' Cash Union 42 251 WORK PANTS 72 LARGE, SAVE 20 8? BASEBALL CAPS 10 DOZ. BOXES T DRESS SOCKS - pr REAL VALUE - 20 PR. PRISCILLA AND COTTAGE SETS 52 MEN'S FANCY 60 BOYS' NEW FELT 150 NEW TONE, FAST COLOR condition over-aci- d ONLY - BE EARLY FOR THIS ANKLETS and HOSE - pr. ... 101 SUMMER DRESSES ce Vfa GO OUTSTANDING VALUES - 75 NEW, SMART Over-indulgen- WORK SOCKS - pr. 60 PR. CHILDREN'S TOWELS in food, drink, COLLINSTON fMrtMl or tobacco trequenuy Inonus the ! ! relatives. one-inc- 174 of the very joy of living .... no selection. The meeting was enjoy- and Mrs. Samuel Mills and ed by a large crowd and an invitadaughters, Helen, Sheron and Lenae, tion la extended for Mr. Abbott and spent the weekend In Ogden vlBltlng Mr. Anderson to return in the near Mr. I Her friends join in wishing her a speedy recovery. Mrs. T. A. Summers left Tuesday A P. T. A. meeting was held Frifor Lewis ton where she will spend a day night at the home of Joseph A few days visiting with her mother, Erickson, with Mrs. Joseph DeLong Mrs. Taggart conducting. The guest speaker, Mrs. Sunday evening after the Sacra- Ein Johnson, of Logan, gave a talk ment meeting, Miss Reva Vickers and on Pf T. A. work. LaVonia Erickson Mrs. Eugene Halladay entertained sang a solo, Helen Ericksen rendered some of their friends at the home of a piano selection. Dr. and Mrs. Eli Hawkins. Games The officers for the coming year were played and then a delicious were elected with the following re-slunch was served. The remainder of Mrs. W, F. Durfey, president; the evening was spent In singing. V. O. Packer, first vice president; Autorails are being developed Friday evening a very successful Rosa Rucker, second vice president; in, France. dance was held. A large crowd was M. B. Fergeson, third vice president; in attendance and the evening was en- Thelma Bishop, secretary and Joseph Banque Misr, at Carlo, is now joyed by everyone in attendance. DeLong, treasurer. The next meeting Egypt's only completely Egyptian Sunday evening at our Sacrament will be held the first Friday night la bank. meeting a very splendid Easter Can May. In The Sewing Room For making rag rugs from discarded hose, assemble the hose and sort them according to colors. Although light hose may be dyed they will often give the desired light note to the rug if they are left just as they are. Cut off the feet and then, beginning at the top, cut around the hose in a strip that is h wide. Long strips are much easier to handle than shorter ones sewed together. 125 A7U5Y AlKArSttTKR - Let Us Help Plan Your Home with Qualify Merchandise -- I atives in Clinton. 30 HOY ANY no3 con- ed tata was given by some of the members of the ward. Many beautiful I songs and the reading was well renBy Phyllis . dered. George Abbott waa present and $ Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Summers gave an Interesting talk on the Can and family spent Sunday visiting rel- tata. Mr. Anderson then played a pia- A Housecleaning Hint To clean badly soiled wood use a mixture consisting of one quart of hot water, three tablespoons of boiled linseed oil, and one tablespoon of turpentine. Warm this mixture and use while warm. YOU WERS .Home is the, cradle of happiness, of han-derchi- ef $385.00 BOTHWELL Summers LUNCHEON CLOTHS An Inspiration A Young Couple's Fancy Turns to A Style Hint tulle or lace handerchiefs a Huge yard square are being worn. One sees them tucked inside a belt around a slender waist A tulle often has a lace monogram in one of its corners. All shades of brown and mauve will dominate sprine styles while auite a lot of dusty pink and off rose shades are shown in new lightweight materials. Garden Gossip Slow germinating and tender seeds can best be started indoors in a seed box, and later transplanted to a cold If some frame or another box. of the common vegetables do not sug gest uses to you, look in your cook books for excellent recipes. . . Some of the hardy annuals can be seeded on frosted ground and will start to grow earlier. . . . Your list ,of an nuals should be made up as soon as possible now try a few new ones this year. ... I -- ,,, SkCuUndw J Electric Co. , s. f Schoss ail one-ha- lf t MONTH - TERMS. hi Weeks Best Becipies CITY CHICKEN Cut two pounds of pork tenderloin and two pounds of Sturdy washable knitting and croveal steak in pieces one and chet cotton fashions this attrac inches square. Season with salt and tive chair set, crocheted in an all- -' over flower pattern. The anti pepper. Place alternate pieces of veal and pork on skewers until six pieces macassar I a relic of our grandare used. Roll each in cracker crumbs, mother's day, and not to be scorned either as a practical economy or dip in beaten egg and roll again in as a decorative note In a room. crumbs. Brown on all sides in hot A chair set belongs in a room which fat in a frying pan, then add two Is not cluttered with and cups of milk, cover and bake in a what-notFor the very essence moderate oven (325 degress F.) for of a chair set Is that It Invites you about two hours or until tender, to stretch out, put your head back Serves eight people. and relax, as you can do only In a SPANISH STEAK Peel and chop quiet, spacious room, (Imply and one small onion and cook in 1 table' tastefully furnished. spoon of butter until tender, then add a small "bottle of --chopped stuffed at Providence with Mrs. Peterson's olives, and stir until well mixed. Put mother, Mrs. Mary J. Checketts. an inch layer of hamburger, steak in The J. A. Club met at the home a baking pan, spread with the onion of Mrs. Arvilla Morrison, Thursday and olives, pour 1 cup of stewed to with Mrs. Rose Garfield and Mrs. matoes over the top and bake in a hot Morrison as hostesses. "500" was oven from 12 to 15 minutes. played and refreshments were served to ten members. For Flower Lovers Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCoombs and This is a good time of year to start family of Ogden spent the week with or complete a collection of small cac Mrs. Rose Peterson. They left Tues- tus plants. Because they will stand day for Oregon for a two weeks trip. almost any amount of hot, dry atMrs. Augusta Brough spent Satur mosphere, and have such a long life, day at Salt Lake City. whether we care for them or not Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Brough and Mrs. they are becoming more popular. For Ray Hill spent the weekend at Salt the small container they are probably Lake City. They visited with Miss the most satisfactory house plants. Dona Brough and also attended conLabeling is a necessary evil for ference. every gardner. If you don't label you Mi j. John O. Garfield and Irvine and if you do the labels often forget Garfield attended conference last can't be read. A permanent label can weekend at Salt Lake City. be made by using sheet zinc; strips Mrs. Ada Garfield visited with rela- four or five inches long and an inch tives and friends in American Fork wide will sufice. Insert them in the last week. ground, or write or scratch name on Edward Newton was a conference zinc, then bend in shape of an L and visitor last weekend. insert long end in the grounds , George Abbott of Salt Lake City spent the weekend at his home here. In The Kitchen Mrs. Buxton of Evans spent part can add to the flavor of gravy You of last week with her daughter, Mrs. served with steak or roast beef if a Elton Newton. little burnt sugar is added to the flour you use in making it. . . You should have more than two table spoons of fat left in the frying pan after frying bacon. If more fat accumulates, pour it off. . . . Sifting granulated sugar over the top of By DR. JOHN W. HOLLAND sponge cake before putting it into the oven gives it a rich brown crust t An inferiority complex will give ' baked. when J the mind a t K 00 PER . The Leader Weekly Scrapbook in in in in in in in iu nt in in in Lsdy- ii car bargains ! tremonton; utah 37i yd.