a of i B; AR RIVER couj f Uf er grht I AL;LEY lry ;ek I r tintg SERVICES HELD HARGH OF TIME ft lanf upr rvej thsj led 'or -i TUESDAY FOR Farmers can help a great deal in 2-4 speeding up the "paper work" in conTIME nection with 1937 compliance if they T THK EDITORS OP have as much information as possible flu Wkly Ntwimaiotin Old Boy ready for the supervisors who are now - - beginning the annual compliance work AlBEN" .pEAB in Utah, William Peterson, in charge Aboard the train of the AAA Conservation Program in WASHINGTON To Be this state, says. Snson back to his native Arkansas at time the of If, measurement, Funeral services were An elaborate and far reaching rec!t week were 38 Senators and 23 afternoon In the L. D. S.held Tuesday farmers will assist the supervisor by over save chapel a few for reational program is now underway resentatives who, him with on information providing the remains of Darwin Newton, 3 the lL moments at the funeral in various crops and also with de- in the two main cities of the valley, old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul tails on the different three-da- y year the spent journey prac Tremonton and Garland. This pro over Newton, who lost his life in the ca- tices, the follow-u- p Jj series of political work on compli- gram is sponsored by the WPA of 1 two big matters at stake: the fate nal that runs in front of their farm. ance will be much smoother, and the Utah. ?y ifthe President's Court Bill andihe The services were under the direction time necessary to audit the compliThe purpose is to train all W. P. of Counsellor John O. Garfield. The ance forms and make payments to A. recreational leaders and all other oice of a majority leader to succeed candidates for ward choir, assisted by special num- farmers can be cut down appreciably. leaders jgjjtor Robinson, capable of directing recreaAlben Bark- bers jjjich were Kentucky's Important information that farmers tional activities. The theme will be by Mrs. James Thompson and Pat and Harrison" Mississippi's er Venna Kirkham, of Garland, a duet; will need supply to supervisors will "Community Development Through jo "My Dear Alben," President Mrs. Judith Strand and Mrs. Jewel include new seedings; annual, biennial Recreational Leadership." joosevelt had just written: ". . . Since and perennial legumes and grasses, of Tremonton, a duet; and The following program has been untimely death of our majority Steffen, with or without a nurse crop. In new a cornet solo furnished the seedings farmers should be in a posi- outlined for the recreational institute by Grant, iader I had hopedwith you, that music. it least until his funeral services had tion to prove the amount, variety, and to be held at the Bear River High The speakers were President K. H. adaptability of seed used. Farmers School Monday through Wednesday, ieea held, a decent respect for his jemory would have" deferred discussiFridal, Clifton Kerr, Walter Fridal should be prepared to inform super- August 2 to 4: on of political arid legislative mat-itvisors concerning the application of and Bishop James Walton. Monday Community singing, Ver-ti- s It is, theref oreyTvlth regret that The large chapel was comfortably phosphate to new seedings of alfalfa C. Wood; talk, "Philosophy and ifind that advantage Is being taken filled with friends and relatives and and have receipts showing the num- Purpose of Recreation;" Mrs. Edvenia should be in a all ber of pounds purchased. Farmers iwbat, decency, Because of this the flower tributes were many and should inform supervisors as to the Jeppson; craft work, discussion and jeriod of mourning. beautiful. acres of noxious weeds controlled by craft class for all interested craft lHation, however, I am compelled in The child left the house during the cultivation and by chemicals. They leaders; informal dramatics and story y public interest, though against inclination, to write to you. I .tlo noon meal, leaving the table before should inform concerning other con- telling on the playground, Garland the parents had finished their meal. servation practices such as the num- Puzey, assistant State Supervisor; iii because you are uie acting leader in the Senate." He had only been gone a short time ber of acres restored to native grass- playground games and sports, discusHen, after rehearsing his objectives when the parents went in search for es, the number of acres of approved sion and practice, Vertis C. Wood. the number of acres of green 1 Court reform and repeating his ar-- j him; and when unable to locate their fallow, Fun songs, Vertis C. Tuesday of pent that a constitutional amendm- baby, the alarm was given and offi- manure crops, the number of acres Wood; discussion, Financing Your trees planted this year, the num ent would be too slow, he demanded im forest cers of and the Recreation Vertis C. Wood; county neighbors Program, T tn the. finiahon acres the which of ber tVioro "Mnv prevention in the a search instituted class Craft (continued), Mrs. Mable of water erosion is being practiced, tell you very simply once more mediately was until of not waters the canal. It and hiking, Garland kind and and number and the Davis; aat the camping of pounds the President, G objectives p . believe of the o'clock the next morning that the of seed that has been sown on Puzey; discussion, Hot and Rainy Day great majority pasture land. They should ad- Activities, Vertis C. Wood. four citizens, remain the same, and! body was found, after the water had to the number of tracts of as vise out of the canal and got M I believe that it is the duty of been turned Wednesday Early morning hike land they own and farms that are and ie Congress, and especially of the low enough so a systematic and decampfire breakfast, Garland ambers of the majority party in the tailed search could be made. The body signed up on a work sheet and also Puzey; competitive group singing, I Senate and the House of Representa- - was located by John O. Garfield and any farms not in the program. C. Wood; talk, "W.P.A. Rec- Vertis to beet With paysugar respect ves, to pass legislation at this ses-- ; Abe Kay neighbors, in the first drop ments, farmers in Utah," Garland Puzey; dis- -' reation should advise the 1937 son to carry out the objectives." house. below the of beet the cussion, Special Days on the Play- acreage, acreage At this oblique effort to boost "act-r- 4 ' In addition to the entire neighbor- sugar on the ground, Vertis C. Wood; completion grown crops majority Leader" Barkley as Joe 1937 in rotation with sugar of craft class materials and exhibit 'Vinson's successor and because the hood, Sheriff John H. Zundell and farm in M. Burt assisted in the long beets; and of the 1937 beet acreage, of articles, Mrs. Mable Davis; closing President accused others of not ob- - John how many of the same acres were of social mixers, singing, games wmg a decent mourning period search for the body. used for growing sugar beets con- party le he himself steDDed out before It is surmised that the child fell tinuously and dances. in 1934, 35, and 36. 'VllAeral with Riirh a nnliHpnl' rrtcs. from the foot "bridge across the canal Crews doing mapping work, iv Ima of burned tn scratches house. the front Muddy (JWMat Harrison's friends state are also checking compliance. indignation. AlUlOUgn BUUl uuu- on the canal bank bore mute evidence Cooperation of the farmers with these TOMATO aders favored the Court Bill, Alben of the boy's dog's efforts to save the crews will facilitate this work, lower A kkley's supporters consisted chiefly child. the cost of doing the work, increase zealous New Dealers and freshmen and its 27, payments November up speed efficiency Darwin was born senators, while Pat Harrison's fol Western tomato growers, this sum1934 in Garland. He is survived by savs Director Peterson. ding largely included old mer, are facing a serious situation Democrats and seasoned Senators his parents and a unless are child of consumption of canned tomathe iho knew him as a conservative at brother. Grandparents toes in the United States picks up ieart, considered him a grand old Mr. and Mrs. Ed Newton, of this in the next few weeks, George E. iuy. To City and Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig LarFew days later, Democratic Sena- took Burial Holt, Chairman of the Utah Canning Garland. son, of East Tomato Growers' Stablization Comorsby secret ballot (38 to 37) chose Tremonton cemetery. the in Dear Alben" Barklev as their new place mittee, announced Sunday. Shaw & Iverson funeral directors. majority leader, and Pat Harrison The Gleaner Girls of the stake will Mr. Holt revealed the plight of the d to his side to declare: "We've and breakfast at the growers following a special organiswim a enjoy to ;ot fight together in the future zation meeting of the tomato stabiliUdy Springs August 4th. a we have in the past, for the pro- will bundle into a truck zation committee, called to consider The girls sress or the B. E. country and the success that will leave Tremonton at 5 a. m. problems growing out of a large toi the Democratic Partv." Then, to and stop at points along the way for mato crop ripening on the vine and the appearance of Democratic The Honorable Board of County Gleaners of other wards. of canned tomatoes a large carry-ove- r Kdarity in the Senate and perhaps Commissioners met in special session well as of fun a lot be will warehouses. in The pet talk that he influenced the the trip piled up m. President Roosevelt invited Tuesday, July 27, 1937 at 10 a. as inexpensive. Special rates of 15c "Favorable weather conditions give full tinner a quorum per person for the springs and 10c Barkley and Loser Harrison according to law, with of a heavy, new crop of fresh promise 1 the White House for lunch to dia- - present, for the purpose of setting for transportation have been secured. tomatoes," declared Mr. Holt," at a "iss legislative work ahead. the levy for Box Elder County pur- Each ward will be responsible for its time when a great part of last year's O poses for the year 1937. The levy as food and cooking utensils. crop remains unsold. set, required to produce necessary "Utah last year produced 1,050,000 Leaving at 5 a. m. enables girls who funds as budgeted during December, are employed to return in time for cases of canned tomatoes, the largWashington TTarrv Parlfpr had 1936, is as follows. work. est in several years. various jobs around the Capitol fund General is successful, others this If activity "By the same token, the unsold n years before he went over to fund Gleaner Road all therefore be will share of that crop is the biggest in planned, Potent House Ways and Means festiin to the Exhibit and advertising fund .2 invited are join several ?&mittee as janitor in 1890. At that years in fact, approximately girls 3 vities. Pauper fund six times as large as the carry-ove- r Committee Chairman William .45 Public welfare fund wKinley gave in 1936. Harry a bible. Years Elder Box for 1937 3 levy during the Taft administration, "Latest figures available show 4.25 wairman Sereno Elisha only purposes Box on county in hand cases of tomatoes Payne gave ma tunuture. Tn addition to the above levy, there Oscar Underwood s Utah warehouses, as compared with Was a rnrrmloti- - marrlmlio in. Compiled a normal will be the Board of Education levy, of 50,000 cases. carry-ove- r Jng a big Stetson hat. which has been set at 8.85 mills, and tomato of The juice on hand quantity Box naving bowed and waddled through The following valuations of which has not as yet state the levy, at the same-timnow is than also greater ssional corridors for 63 years, been determined. Therefore, a total Elder county having been compiled last year. to date, by Fred L. Petersen, County Assessor "We are afraid that unless some JlseJTur levy has not been established tne siate levy and C. Henry NiNelsen, County Clerk, menas is found for stimulating the but it is expected that as information will be 6 mills, as last year, which are herewith submitted of Box Elder sale of canned tomatoes and tomato THE mills 19.10 to the public general would make the total levy ' juice within the next few weeks, the incounty who may be interested in growers will be confronted with a de-- from for assessing purposes outside of knowing the valuation as assessed at corporated towns. pressed market for their HICKORY present in Box Elder county: Box Elder County Assessment Value crop." The stabilization committee expects Inside and Outside Cities to meet again within the next few IffiaS, Snd Snmotimoo nanaa ttrVin Real estate and personal the $14,728,281 days to consider suggestions for property are k t . correct and hot stuff, to There of this problem. solving , year old off.sprlng do jUgt 19,002,141 deal- Corporations some 6,271 acres of Utah land plant Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pack, local anything that pops into his passenger Automobiles, feted were to tomatoes this year. This is the ed Co., Electric 24,226 and freight lines wl01iknow nsht awfty th&t they ers for Schoss a 130011 by maybe some at a huge banquet held at Ogden Car companies lUcfoEr 309,386 largest in a number of years except saleslast year, when the acreage was slight AmT ?n how to raise children. evening in honor of the - wnen you see this kind of Tuesday sales recent a more. in ly $34,064,034 men who participated Total valuation Other members of the committee ho ?nen ne or sne 13 16, and contest sponsored by the Schoss Elec-tr- i uowea t0 grow up without are: Selvoy J. Boyer, Springville: A. hait Co. with headquarters at Ogden. He ftr,tihey are mostly makin' trou- honors W. Chambers, Logan; John Child, NOTICE first off carried Packs The ma 411(1 Pa- but then lt k were and Clearfield; Donald Hogan, Mldvale; O. of sales to, And whei they were in the volume Tre- A. Iverson, Tremonton; LeGrand in the foam of Gleaner age to gra.m All nrsi the girls Pokin' hair pins in the awarded in addition a ock Orem; T. R. Jones, Hooper; J. for sellinsr the most re- - monton ward is invited to attend ma maybe l00kin' to cue on one Friday house tw L. Tremonton; M. P. White church and Weldman, the meeting at tt 7nu. J5 now talkln' back at 16 frigerators and vacuums, 7:30. sides, at Layton. Wt ? tr what 13 what and lt Maytag saiew. at the banquet were evening Is to . vuws. The purpose of the meeting In attendance ANNOUNCEMENT tte in Wash., D. C, Fred Schoss. owner and manager of make arrangements to participate in at the Udy tUn' the young heads have full Gleaner Outing Maytag Stake Mrs. Victor Hansen, of Mr. and the Stinson, the company; Ray Btki Bear River City, announce the martney are takuv the sales manager of Portland Oregon; Springs, to be held August 4th. and PutthV the wheels of the Iron, riage of their daughter, Verla Ann, Places. At,a ...i Gordon Wilkins. manager i. .. and we WH.K6 weu Will "' California Ul, Louis Grosse, son of A. J. Grosse, to Oakland. of NOTICE j that been rite Co., and they 325 of Malad. East Third So., Salt Lake City. Brlgham from 80 cute' and also don't salmon salesmen the of The we "hould have ceremony was performed in now at the The standing put out foot Ogden My headquarters are second, : on July 9 and after a tour Malad, that first; city Tremonton, Midland Hotel Cafe. I would appretS?r:JorUxout there on the Utah Parka, the young Southern of third. there call would collector be will debtors tia our and Brigham, ciate it If my d tern' -door belL home In the New a are at couple Since its organization made onttj and pay their obligations. In Lake Youm with the low Salt City. Apartment GEORGE NAPOLI down, back, this company has development and JO SERRA. growth Lit-Boc- HELD AUGUST DARWjNNEWTON Training Course For the Direction of Activities Given k, soil-buildi- ng pow-wo- IK idrei imill s. ma-.jri- in 18 ; xipif. . ty - t in ILe . ev-a- Se .'ore, car. lbs lira I ? c non-cro- 4-1- GROWERS CRISIS FACE 1 1 anti-Roosev- two-mon- mp. Aju ok Frto instil- - il th Stake Gleaner Girls ince-'t- J n 1LI EADER' NUMBER FARMERS URGED RECREATIONAL TO HAVE FACTS FOR SUPERVISORS INSTITUTE TO BE The Three Year Drowns In Canal Near Home Roy t- 1 1 TREMONTOX CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1937 ca st Tr T o&r Sponsor Swimming Party, August 4th i Commissioners Set Tax County Levy for bal-"ttin- g, )iTTOR-EMERITU- S fcW 1-- I-- e Valuation of County Is r 1 322,-58- LOW DOWN GROVE 3 Elder Local Salesmen Win Prizes for Salesmanship i 0 it - Jar-ma- ,;nd , La n, Splendid Musical Program Will Support Noted Speaker at Calls Fort; Services h To Commence at 6 A. M. Final arrangements have been made and everything is in readiness for the sunrise services to be held next Sunday morning at 6 o'clock at the Calls Fort monument, a few miles south of The program is under the direction of the Mutual Improvement association of the Tremonton ward. , Elder George Albert Smith, of the Hon-eyvil- le. quorum of Twelve Apostles of thar 200 DAIRYMEN ATTEND DAIRY DAY AT U. S. A. C. L. D. S. church will be the speaker at the services. Supporting Elder Smith will be a splendid musical pro- gram rendered by the male and ladies chorus and More than 200 dairymen of Utah Mothers of members of the Singing The attended the sixth annual dairy day at ladies and the Tremonton ward. comthe male chorus will the Utah State Agricultural college on Monday, July 19, according to Pro- bine for the rendition of special songs. fessor George B. Caine, head of the Special numbers will also be given, dairy department. Representatives by members of the Singing Mothers were from practically every county organization. north of and including Sevier. Elder Smith is a speaker of national Professor Caine outlined the pro- reputation and one of the leading citgram for the day and introduced the izens of the country in the movement principal speaker, Dr. E. E. Heizer, for the preservation of the ideals and n representative of the trailbuild-er- s association of America, and Pro- landmarks of pioneers and of the west. Perhaps no man in, fessor of genetics at Ohio State UniWestern America has been so active versity. Holstein-Frie-sia- and is as conversant on these subjects as Elder Smith. The meeting will be of a high spiritual nature and will be a new innovation in this stake. A speakers platform equipped with a loud speaker will be erected for the services. In addtlon, chairs and bench es will be furnished for the elderly people who attend. Scouts and vanguards will assist in the parking of cars and directing the people to the place of the services. While a , cordial invitation is extended to all citizens of the valley and adjoining stakes, it is especially requested that all Latter Day Saints of the. Stakectattendwhanoaalhly, can. the afternoon '.the meeting During The services will be concluded in outwas Utan Guernsey program for time to permit people to reample n lined by C. W. Robinson, and the to turn their home and attend to their program by Mr. M. R. Nichols. A total of 36 dairy herd improvement chores and be able to attend the Sabcertificates were awarded to dairy- bath School In their respective wards. men with high producing cows. Dr. Heizer completed the program with further information on cattle breed- Tremonton-Ogde- n ing studies. The concluding feature of the day was a visit to the college dairy herd. Dr. Heizer discussed milk secretion, the glands involved in the process, the harmones which affect milk production and some of the diseases that attack the glands of cows. With the aid of lantern slides he traced the circulatory system of the cow and showed the influence of the blood flow on milk production. He also discussed the new method of treating cows suffering from milk fever. Following the morning session the group adjourned to the dairy experi mental farm north of the college where George Q. Bateman, superintendent, explained the effects of barnyard manure and commercial fertilizers on the carrying capacity of pas- milk-secreti- Hol-stei- Junior Baseball Teams In Deadlock Arthur R. Welling Named Bishop Of Garland Ward Arthur R. Welling, former mission president and now principal of the Bear River stake Seminary, was named as bishop of the Garland ward Sun day evening in their regular sacra ment services. Bishop Welling suc ceeds Mark Nichols, whose resignation became necessary when he left Garland to assume his duties in Salt Lake as state agricultural vocational director. Henry Manning and Leonard Bishop who had been counsellors to Bishop Nichols, were retained by Bishop Welling. Bishop Welling Is a man of wide and varied experiences which have endowed him with marked qualifications for his new duties. The local Junior baseball team of the American Legion dropped a fast and Interesting game to the Ogden boys Wednesday afternoon on the Ogden lot by a score of 10 to 8. Tremonton held comfortable leads up until the seventh innings when the Ogden boys tied up the score and put it on ice with a couple of runs in the next inning. y Tremonton won the game Monday afternoon by a score of 9 to 8. This ties the two teams, each having won one game, for second place in this division for the state tournament. The final and deciding game will be played at Brigham Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Mr., Mrs. Owen John son Lose Infant Son The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. extend their sincere sympathy in the loss of their three-da- y old little son, who died Sunday evening. The child was buried in the Garland cemetery in the plot of its grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. T. V. Innes. This was the Johnson's first Owen Johnson PUBLIC INVITED TO VISIT NEW, MODERN HOME A local contractor and builder, child. Royes Petersen, is proud of a new home recently completed for Mr. and Mrs. Heber Walker on the main highway south of Honeyville. This new home has been furnished by the North Main Furniture store in Brigham City, and Messrs Stratford and Kofoed are proud of the job they completed In the home. In fact, the home builder and the home furnisher are both so proud of "Every ass things himself worthy t stana with the Ring's fiorjei." this job that arrangements have been made to invite the general public to . JULY 30 Chombrburg, Pa. modern home on visit this burned by th Confed- Saturday afternoon and all day Sunrate, 1364. an will the opporpublic give day. It 31 Announcement made of tunity to see the latest designs in the Fourth Liberty Loan campaign, 1918. building and furnishing homes. AUGUST Mr. and Mrs. Walker are so pleased I The United State relinwith the new home that they Join in quished control oi Haiti, this arrangement and extend a cordial 1934. Invitation to all to visit them Saturtrosp Invade day afternoon or Sunday. France at Ctrey. 1914. five-roo- 28 m Wrt Hfk.1 S The United Prosperity Club have moved their office from the old C. W. & M. Building to the house block south of the Midland Hotel. 3 The first council of Englishmen tn Pennsylvania : wa held, 1C81. A Scotch immigrants the town arrived to ett!e of Londonderry, N. H., 171& , I Fariagut ran at torle Wll-lar- 1 X Apostle George Albert Smith To Be Speaker At Sunrise Services NOTICE ! 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