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BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, JULY PAGE SEVEN 1 1937 3 ir and Roma Pe-Se- an Jf lrSeo on and Floyd Garfield business Tuesday. UtT?v iavid and James S Abbott spent the . . visiting bpen 0. Mrs- - week-Plativ- es in Heber City and nf w Tan 1"" Ra1t r oke citv. uith oof nrwlr u f Brough and fam- - L. "weekendof Salt Lake visiting ner the ESfr. and Mrs. R. G. Brough. o A Seager and son, Austin, Lake City visitors Monday, fen Furse of Salt Lake City has the past two weeks ' Rrous-- , " LAW tP aturdf Jading Verne A. Fridal of been spending uteles, who have week visiting relatives here Yellowstone Park, Saturday for have been enter-- t Fridal Mrs. jfind 1 Mrs. O fil ! ANTS Ants are found all over the world except in the far north and far south. They live in great nests or ant cities with populations as great as our largest cites. There is a queen-afor each city who lays all the egg. There is also a father ant. His life is short. liv, nt xr.a-torcy-cle fuke r extensively during their stay Lynn Dewey and son, and Mrs. na 136 raiV-- 3 hour r i , . ugaeu visnuis muaj Nielson of Fountain the week with her V is spending titer, Mrs. Kennedy Seager. Alta Newton, who has been in Ogden for the past few Eg has returned home for the iHill were James L. ftElton Newton was an Ogden i, Saturday.Calvin Kay 4 and Mrs. and f ana-la- d White and family, L Saturday at the Box Elder Cy Park at Brigham City. Mrs. Zeb 1-- and sited? and chil-- , Jr., and Jannis, of Yaki-mh- ., have been calling on rela-- s friends here for the past Mrs. Repheal Garfield af and Mrs. Newell and daughter, laa and Mrs. Lela Garfield of Mope spending the week here at the L of their sister, Mrs. John O. 'jr and a EAST GARLAND J David Larson By Mrs. ata-tlBtJ- c3 accfr-dent- s Mrs. Sophia Larson mo- m Idaho Falls Saturday to vis-- : ill Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Nielsen, we made happy by the arrival win son. Mrs. Larson remained linger visit with her children. jjrty also visited with relatives Jgby, Idaho while away, return- some Sunday evening. ijh Councilman Victor N. Hansen, Elwood, was the speaker in Sun- - pi and I? 1 1 12-ht- er ' 3 them, Aradarn. ward. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Potter attended ward Sacrament meeting in Beaver Dam, Sunday evening. It had been one year since Bishop Potter had been released from presiding over that ward because of moving to East Garland. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hansen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hansen, of Los Angeles to Logan Sunday. The Hansen's are making an extended stay in Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Young, of Perry, were Sunday visitors at the Delos Adams home. Mrs. Young was formerly Miss Eva Adams. Mrs. Ida Rhodes accompanied by her mother Mrs. Maggie Barnard and sister, Mrs. Emily Rhodes, of Garland, motored to Snowville, Sunday to visit Mrs. Barnard's sister, Mrs. John Arbon. Emma Lou Foxley, of Tremonton, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Shaffer have moved to Salt Lake City, where Mr. Shaffer is employed as carpenter at the Rail Road shops. repot vT . ,;vwVOT;i'1( The Gold Cup of the American Power Boat Assn. America's most famous ipitall tier p ws of one from England and one from SHAW m, Et SundJ TIE 0 90-mi- HOT ENOUGH FOR YOU? 9 4- - ;r, M sr, I See Them at Hepp's Shoe Shop VALENTINE APPLIANCE CO. JUNE HANSEN, Sales Mgr. quif i.75 I i - ' i . f vl The only animal called an antelope in America isn't an antelope at all. It is the pronghorn that lives on the western plains of the United States. The reason it isn't an antelope is because it sheds its homs and an ante lope never does. There are many shap es and sizes of antelopes from the size of a fox terrior to the height of a man's shoulder. Most antelope live in Africa, but few kinds are found in Asia. Nowhere else In the world are they found. Antelope are cud chewers and have four stomachs, the same as the cow. Antelopes are generally very graceful, pretty creatures. Gazelles are antelopes. They are pretty creatures, but the hartebeests which are also antelopes are quiet ugly. a trio accompaniment, by Mrs. Edith Parry and Mrs. Vaudis Jensen, Mrs. D. Christiansen and Mrs. Tolman; a vocal solo by Clifton Kerr were the program numbers. Mrs. Nellie Spack- man was in charge. Mrs. Pearl Hansen, of Ogden, spent a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Norr and family attended the Norr reunion on By Mrs. Thomas Aolt Sunday. A number of friends and relatives met at the home of Mrs. Ida Gardner on Wednesday, where Mrs. Ray McCallister was a honer guest. Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Dewey and family, of Preston, Idaho, visited rel atives here on Sunday. Sunday, the Crystal nine played ball with the Corinne nine at Corinne. The score was 9 to 4 in favor of the Crystal nine. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pierson and children, of Ogden, visited relatives here Sunday. The Honeyville Civic Improvement club presented an interesting program Sunday evening in the ward chapel. A vocal duet by Mr. and Mrs. Abin-aTolman; a musical reading with Mongoose, Snake Killer The mongoose is India's snake killer. It destroys not only the eggs and young but kills venomous adult reptiles as well. However, the mongoose, if bitten, dies like any other animal. Its secret lies in agility and quickness of eye. First the snake to strike, dodges swiftly and, before the reptile can recover, sinks its own fangs into its opponent's neck. it gets di xi 1 -- .... f I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burbank re turned from Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mrs. Kermett Hansen and children of Salt Lake City visited dur ing the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gardner Jr. Norma Hansen, of Salt Lake City, spent a few days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen. Ethel Record, of Salt Lake City, was the guest of Doris Fererson a few days. A number of the Dewey family attended the reunion at Emmett, Idaho on Thursday. Mrs. Horace Lish Jr. and little son 4. ANTELOPE returned home from the hospital on DEWEYVILLE Tongue-Tastin- g Not all parts of the tongue are evenly sensitive to the various tastes. The tip of the tongue is better able to taste sweet substances, while the base quickly detects the presence of bitter things. Materials containing salt are most easily tasted at the sides of the tongue, but sour or acid tastes are felt all over. REFRIGERATORS as Canada competing against a possible ten of the finest American speed craft driven by George Reis, Horace Dodge, Victor Kliesrath, Bill Horn, Frithiof Ericson and other veteran Yankee pilots. The foreign invasion will be led by the young and personable Count Theo Rossi of Italy. An officer in the Italian Army, Count Rossi is not only the leading motor boat sportsman of Europe, having created and raced 22 high power speed boats during the past ten years, several of them to world's records, but he is also one of the most successful industrial figures In his country, as Europe's vermouth king, being bead of the great Martini and Rossi vermouth company, known all over the world. Count Rossi's other boat will be driven United States will be this summer and the invasion will sound like a regular battle, machine guns and all. It will be a sports invasion. The noise of it will come from the roar of high speed engines, totalling 7,000 horsepower or more, in $250,-00worth of racing motor boats participating in America's oldest and most glamorous marine speed contest, the Gold Cup race. This year the blue ribbon motor boat event will take place at Detroit on Labor Day, September 6. Thrown open for the first time in 33 years to foreign boats and drivers it will be the most spectacular international motor boat race ever held, with two boats from Italy, three from France, GIBSON . Isotta-Fraschin- 12-lit- By LATTIMER j REFRIGERATORS J KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS Kerosene ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATOR mo-torbo- at trophy. by Guido Cattaneo, engineering ofI ficer of the famous Motor Company, and world record Gold Cup class holder in the at 85.51 miles an hour. Three new French speed creations will be brought over by Maurice Vasseur, Emile Piquerez and J. Dintilhac, all wealthy and experienced devotees .of marine speed. The boat from Canada will be Miss Canada II, the new craft of E. A. Wilson, of Ingersoll, Ont., with a new 12 cylinder, 450 hp. supercharged Miller motor. The British boat will be Delphlne IX, with a supercharged Miller motor, owned and driven by Horace Dodge, whose other boat, Imperii, present holder of the Gold Cup, will be driven by the veteran Commodore Ericson. A crowd of more than 600,000 people Is expected to witness this thrilling international speed contest which will undoubtedly be the high spot of our greatest marine racing season. Fifteen Speed Boats Expected in Great International Gold Cup Race On Labor Day jL- - takl rtt it II Count Theo Rossi, Italy's leading motor boat sportsman and vermouth king, who is bringing two new Gold Cup boats to Detroit and will drive one of V - the nest clean. All male ants and all queen ants have wings for part of their lives. The workers have no wings. Ants keep dairy cattle. The catt'e are little green bugs called aphids or ant cows. The aphids feed on the juices of plants. When an aphid is stroked by an ant, the aphid gives off a liquid that the ants drink. The ants care for aphids to get the honey-deThe ants herd the aphids together and guard them so that they will not wander away or be stolen. At night the ants often put their aphids in stables. There are several kinds of ants that keep slaves. They raid other ant houses and bring the cocoons home and when they come from the co- coons, they begin at once to work for their masters. The army ants have no nest They travel in huge columns and eat any thing that gets in their way. sssiw14k4i!Js Nfc "X33l Barracuda, one of Count Rossi's Gold Cup boats which has won 34 important European races. I : city are defend the nest while the workers care for babies, gather food and keep laop and Mrs. L. M. Holman and )pera morn s Lyle Mrs. Lyle Haws and in the workers or soldiers. The soldiers have much bigger heads than the workers and they attack enemies and iJfj L the other ants All He still can't catch Carnpljcll 5 . . Hew ciogan for safety "Bo Careful Pessimist," baaed cn which prove mnst are the -- crult of the car. lscnM or optimism of the h jured party . . . Studebakcr U prove automobiles can fly h&a bought 5 Waterman Arrowbilea. with those detachable wings ana Studebaker motors . . . Ycul hear more about them befor rummer is over . . . Designer claims most streamlining of today is just for effect wind tunnels decree stuffy fronts, which don't look half as fast as the long rakish hoods some makers call streamlined . . . When business is dull New Jersey used car dealer gives away a barrel of gas with every sale . . . Next year, we suppose, a box of canned soup and a ham with every used trailer. lispent the past week with Mr. I. Dewey at Deweyville. day evening church service. Mrs. Han- sen accompanied her husband to the FranMrs. and G. r. Brough Linfo Interesting Stories titjor Ikntce' n w c. raid tu b worirt'o rooet 1; .ous ttm Major can eat ard ic'mt, Jrtnk na r3 rxuvifj along . a . 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