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ill. f ( pli. r0. a rrr, b t I 1 in ' ay TREMOXTOX CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1939 esi NUMBER TWENTY TWO -- Dan ffSMARCHj Sary. hters, 'react ?e H. .T TEl EDITORS OK TIM MISSIONARIES n w"7 Lorj ildren AND HATES-- ' Manhattan W,6iS 11 nolled last week on the ...,rP of who are the most hated in the world. mo: t loved beings . 2 Mussolini. witter. i i.j. rw Mre. Win. 'on L a, and and 1 l3 3o!lia-- -- God. a - - - ,S VOTES Majority Leader Kentucky sat quiet- floor his ciiair on the Senate Vdav test wtek looking well con- . a The trrett debate cn the Re- under way and he thought "how the voting would go. knew ! 3' dose, but Albcn Barkley I 'tedly assured the White House lffhe had lined up five more votes 5a necessary to insert Senator Mc- -j j guar's amendment to raise the total appropriated by the 0t 5725,000,000 House figure) to $875,000,-- ; 'bill (tte Ad-- 1 the figuie desired by the ,r eek tsHTNGTON Zn Barkley of . River i I an- - m at ' V "f nuary 't I'j 'ft to Jid 8 ht to ;d K at-- 1 'man, Elder f cilof 5 Hi was Alben Bark-- ; had WllUngiy agieeu LU be-- the debating ;!,!. ; time evenly er 4 ij ntte .... rrl ! President's Ball Ticket Sale Report Is Polities-in-Relie- f, ! I I I s ; 1 I I I l P.dent with the industry. From this first job in Lehi, Mr.! Scalley was transferred to Garland and thence to Sugar City, Idaho, in 1005. By this time his application had; won the attention of his superiors. He remained only a short time in Sug ar City and then the company, taking cognizance of his industry, sent him to Fort Collins, Colorado, to receive technical training. He remained there for one year, returning in 1906 to Sugar City. Mr. Scalley worked hard and applied his learning to his work with (Please Turn to Pa$ce Four) n, tor Tte Matty ted Jlincoln Dividend I'A iv ' ( -. I i At ' i tlio ((!'! ! K. I'Mitt'd V.: ! !! - " i . Nirlf n per- fit office in his ytar8 i : , i ' very ) the , v'op Thm ( Ui!' S ' . r:: ' friioyi'd Wf In l.oiyt'n Teinple by ;l11 ; rid K. II. Fridal TIT, son of President IC. II. Fridal, of this city and Miss Mary Ann Buchlcr. daugh ter of Mr. :id Mr?, Henry L. Pueh-m.i'.e- d in mar- ! v, of Lot. in, v.'ci' n.,.1 Mrs. '! iT''d to Mr. and Mrs. :ht lurch i TV! V A v! 1I..M: !)dr':riOU. Mi-- . L- Alllll Mr. :ind Mik. I'dcar Vinihesi r ft Thi::: lay for Oakland, C'lifoniia. ,,.w.w, ff Winchester will nttend a lumbermen's school They Mrs. plan to visit their daughter, Before they and family. Islcy. inches return home, Mr. and Mrs. World's Fair in San best at-- ! ter will visit the Francisco. hundreds of the prieethood attending In ft 8M3ions were litspiraUonal. 1 ten-da- y Er-v- i I T..nk1n 1UV5UC1 A Idl U of Mr, and Mrs. Frank ning in honor of Andrf.' '.'i Hennon Ht I .ir.iihtf.il rartv was triven i'!IS' n, (;f KHc 1.' ter IVunes. this at the wee' Tomple. :ni:. i f.e. l ive c f f:i. -- .iVoi-U.l- v J: e prominent, v in t!v,!r re- .".'nl a host ir.ii'umil'es hav tent ;oi i ': fculing to IS- -' .ikk AtkMlds for a y and M l.i life. fill married .!::! ' er; ''iiioii'', v tiding i"iti"."i of t t ot the v.n:? r. ' of the Schu.-- i tea. f " :. ems. i no l,u..-.- the mrie s inter,.1hIi prominent t,.ni,v i,n Wed - loft for a brhf honeymoon n:,d upon commence ..,...,., LINCOLN M,r. trifle N'orthwest to their return next week wi ABRAHAM hi.-- ; farm on home their of the grand opening of tthe new May the erection his south on the fatheri which nation adjoins a great t?g Luileling at Portland, Oregon. His every characteristic stands for tho ideals main of side the highway. most Schosa Mrs. were; Mr. and Mrs. ideals that have built the United States into what is the President and Mrs. Fridal will sent in had faith Lincoln complimentary tickets, including mrvc a in world the nation powerful and inchest of sales family cunner m transportation, in recognition im country and the cause for which he fought so gallantly 'Wednesday, reorumy vrtim of Mavta? oroducts. : h'r I S'- st lc yff Uorman Andrcason Is Honored At Farewell K h. Fridal, III, Mar- - ' M ! O' TteHv o he' l for,;, isnifl Hunsaker of this city, "ned as a member of the ' hlirh council. Joseph Kirkham Tlr '"i'land, nnd R. A. Johnson of! pam, were ordained as patri-lne8rch9 of the stake. ted f,lfercnce Aal s .. i,s l"! 'nt hou. At Conference tb r Clelk C. Hei fv Councilman Are --- 1 I' Mi.f.miy. t.' Itivr Cv'v. r;;ir;i:"0 Ttle'd;"-C--mtr-i- 6 ' - 1 j , ,T,;-:o- 1 ension-begotte- New . ,r ( n Marries Jos. Dnicilla Iverson, ,.,-.- .1 1 ':':-- ' - pl-nn- U-e- Valentine Day Be ! jj- -- Sweethearts' Dance to Dew-eyvil- le Georgia-r- i" pty Water i aised pro-Vl'- - Contract Let for Layinjr j Ulan reo. oau, tii ' iirii.n-'wu- supen-isio- ror 2ei j Relief bill hands to conference with provisions against Given he added a clause to it for making any person illegal Chairman James Walton for the solicit campaign money from any Tifro .Tannarv SO. Government employee, local, State or Prosirlfiril-'whose the Federal makes of report of the pay following any part comes from a Congressional appro- - proceeds and tthe sale of tickets to " the dance: priation. Sale of tickets, dance and $42.50 contributions ccc - - $12.50 Expenses paid to Nello Christo- WASHINGTON Representative' Remitted pherson, county chairman, $30.00 Mary T. Norton of New Jersey last In addition to the above amount, fortnight introduced a bill to make. 8 dollars in dimes, the Civilian Conservation Corps per-- j S cards, containing weie exmanent. To the present CCC act, Fifty percent of the amount Firing in June 1940. Chairman Andrew amount received from the nd he Jackson May of the House Military, Affairs Committee last week offered! President's balls will be retained in another nm0n,wt r.rirfi tv,at in the county by Mr. Chnstopherson. , 11IC Unid-liWill gV7 I.W CCC "not less than two nor more than five hours a vant'u r1(vntrrt in mil foundation for the cure and prevenof tion Entile paralysis. Uaiy training." These 311,000 boys in CCC Camps, said he, "are under the of Army officers right pA11Urv so why wouldn't it be a good' jrloS II 1C-We- a OUliry to give them military training?" ClareS $40,000 To set up and run this very first agency of the First New Deal, the An interest dividend of $40,000 has President chose Tenessee-borbeen declared by the Utah Poultry Robert Fechrter. On his Producers association to their memCCC Advisory Council Mr. Fechner bers who are holding stock in the has experts representing the four organization. This interest accumu(Agriculture, Interior, lates through a 1 cent a dozen deWar, Labor) most concerned with the duction from the eggs thnt are ship program. Because Franklin Roosevelt ped through the organization. implicity trusted him. Robert Fcch-w- r According to Mr. Giles, local plant ran and still runs the show. this is only one of the many manager, Work Done. Never before the has benefits that the members enjoy S. had a show like Mr. Fechner's. through the poultry association. ?T' statute., its purposes are to Giles invites those who are interested and hecome fmPloyment and vocational train-m- to call at the leical and to conserve and "the acquainted with the benefits of the develop natural resources of the United cooperative. V'ioo'" F"r thia' CCC ''tween April and December 31, 1938 spent ''OOO. On its rolls had I. Dewey men, the number vary.'n;? Tues. at va, ferns times. A fuv Cl 'ir,v' that the U. S. ,' got m..,. n"i'-'"'T of !)i rr.imf.y from CCC tl 1:i rj r ' of ''" i other pi tbf ?'' chairman n exper- - former of Pox Elder Drift Reports - j 1 Past Year's Activities - Senator ord At Ogden ' i bit of satisfaction Barkley did get before the finally passed out of his Bear River Chapter Repeats Winning Rec- Grace Haws Ccnimissioner Attends Fashion Family In Market Denver; vice-preside- nt :! One r Vc-r- l , v,K-ir!- v 1 Like a page torn from a "rise to fame" book by Horatio Alger, is the! story of Douglas E. Scalley, who hasj ana uist been appointed 6 general manager of the Sugar Company. The popular new executive, who heads the far flung operations of the pioneer sugar company at 53. has risen from the rank of worker to become general manager of the Vast organization. An efficient, resourceful worker. v an mings. atc.ompn.snt. .s inty ; s are v r New Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Has Colorful Rise In Industry ; sity'j i Verl Anderson, who has had a record of achievement in the west as a showman for the past three or four years, continues to capture honors and this time was awarded grand champion In the open class cn h's fat lamb at the Ogden Livestock show, and second prize on his cailot of fat lambs in the same class. In the junior division, Ferris Brough, of East Tremonton, won second place on his Southdown ram; Roy Morgan, als of East Tremonton, won champion on his barrow; Victor Austin, of Garland, won third on heavy fat hog; and Russell Brown, of Tremonton, third on light at hog. Lylo Barfus. Vem Hansen, Junior r Hansen and Darold Fuller won red ribbons on their entries. NOT SO DUMB Nana grand champion lamb of the 'S!) stock The Bear River Chapter of F. F. show at tM O'H"! col:,;t".m jeterdy was "!i;vey," a crossbred A. won first place on a pen of five fat steers with Roy Morgan winning Anderson, B. It. II, S. wether, iINplayrd hy his proud owner, third place en a carlot of fat swine. Future Farmer. Winning stock show honors is nothing new for Vert Ctyde Anderson, who is a graduate whose steer won grand both at the Ogden and Ixs nnd alumnus F. F. A. of Bear River in 1933. k sliows Standard st?( Examiner) (Photo, Courtesy Ang.'ies High, won grand champion on his entry of a barrow. The above winnings indicate that Ira. Davis the young breeders of this valley and And Strand- - tne nivcr High School are con- thetr march of pi ogress-i!tinumff At Snow cd their chosen fields. Another grand champion from the Mi:;. Ciace Haws, propiietroc of the' Commissioner and Mrs. T. L. Davis, Bear River Valley was won by Clyde for of wife this and and child, their son, Lloyd, IjgGia Shop city, kit Anderson with his entry of "Snow Denver, Colorado Saturday of last had a hii rowing experience WednesWhite" in the individual fat swine week to attend the Fashion M:uket, day evening when their car was in the open class. where ghe will sfic.t.t her spring mtr-- ; stranded in a blinding blizzard 12 competition miles west of Connor Springs. Lloyd; She will return the end of this' walked the entire distance from the; City Council week. car to Connor Spiings for help. They were not relieved until the ri :mty tractor could get to them and. The accomplishments of the city Rnrpnil Social open tthe way. one of the most active in council, no ns serious io it is known, Pi far 10 effects attended the incident except many years- are herewith as Suerea irom me records. they were badly chilled and exhausted The Nor th Box Elder Farm Bur- - from During last year 8200 feet of side- nerve racking experience. the cau banquet, program and dance will walk was laid within the city limits, be held Saturday evening, February the cost of which was divided between 18, at the Bear River High School. owners and the city. j The social will consist of a banquet, This project will continue during the f torn 6 to 7:30; picture show, from; l ipC present year and is contemplated to City 7:30 to 8:00; prtgram. from 8:00 to; extend to Powell's corner and join 9:30; and dancing from 9:00 until 12.; The contract for laying and furnish the sidewalk at that point. Thus mak It is anticipated that many inter-- ; ing the pipe for the Tremonton City ing it safer for high school students esting features will be included in the waterworks improvement was recent to go to and from school. social, as well as educational ones, y awaHed by the city council and Goveling of alleys continued durwhich will be of interest and value approved by the PWA office in San ing the year. Seven city blocks were to the farmers. Francisco to John Bernston, of Salt covered to a deptth of six inches and An invitation is extended to every-- j Lake city for the sum of $39,529.55. 18 feet wide. The purchase of a new cne to reserve this date for the Farm; It ig anticipated, weather permit- - truck made possible the gravel haulBureau social. ting, that work will commence about ing by city employees when not enThe program in detail will be print- March 1. gaged in other duties. More efficient ed in the next issue of tthe Leader. The contracts for the reservoir and garbage disposal has also been made development work have been let by possible. 7800 feet of new sewer was laid the city but have not been approved by the PWA office at San Francisco. on the south side of town during 1938. Sewer tile ranging in size from 6 to 12 inches was laid. This project, labor for which is furnished by WPA will continue during 1939. Given The purchase of a modern fire truck and organization of a volunteer fire The M Men and Gleaners of the department were major projects. The Tremonton wards are sponsoring a Junior Chamber of Commerce took Valentine dance, Tuesday, February the lead in the latter project. This 14. modern and necessary protection has For this dance the committee has been highly commended for its efdecided to give the girls an oppor- ficiency and has already saved taxtunity to choose their "Valentines" payers many times its cost. and arrange the danco programs, Negotiations for purchase of the leaving the gentlemen to do the es- Willow Springs water rights at were completed and applicacorting. The music will be furnished by the "Girls' Novelette orchtstra, in tion for a PWA grant was made and keeping with the occasion. accepted; the city receiving $29,000. The public is invited to enjoy thin This, cn. inf with a $35,000 bond dance, Sweetheart's Night, February issue voted by the citizens of Tre 11, immediately after mutual, monlon will r.oijinieto a new water Get your dates girls.. This is your! t,,m 'thut KfH)llid serve our city for a generation. It is expected that this opportunity. bo completed in time for , p,0jvt use this summer. SUGAR COMPANY 3 f 1 :7 Utah-It.'.vhfig-- , wwn proponents of the higher I when the; me and its tnemies. Then, I didn't bother to keep voting began, he Ev-- I much i .... worth while, srA expresses was : a tauy w r.. hnw it ex- - great satisfaction that they will be Chamber in was the Senator 93 votes were recorded stationed at Beirut so that he can beet-fiel- d so three ftpt ! Ithe biggest Senate vote in three f,sx them occasionally. Aa they passed the Spanish coast, s yeais. I.ir. Parman states that all was quite, Several times the lead changed as, there being no indication of war in room. Senators in al-- 1 m the hushed ujat secticn, the trouble being c.en- - pleasant person, but relentless in the or i nrder answered "yea" m Barcelona at that time. ;. of facts and the putting of; nav" When Alben Barkley heard the' The editor of the paper took Mr. pursuitfacts to work. himthose Thus, he has won final count against of all. the au respect 1UUKCU miltuuJvuM, two missionar ies and Mr. Parman, It was approximately 35 years ago hurt. All he could say to reporters which was enclosed, to a member of went to work as a that Mr. J"' I the Boss family. It was the first word hcet field Scalley to worker in Leni, and ask' have will President the factory I UP' , , Uiev- had had from their son since Jie . ? for more money. He win nave lo qu. uian- - r lum uie lildLl- ne luutl dU avm left. They were delighted and grateful1 interest in his work and I it early in March so that it will be sought an for the kind consideration being, answer for .... "i i it connected everything avaiiame oy Apru x. shown their missionary son. I to ;sscr. le hA that J ar.d j s LIVESTOCK SHOW v : I NEW MANAGER OF jje mentioned the fact that the boys had just gone ashore to see the sights 0f Marseille with Father Lafouiier, wno is a patriarch of the church of Libanon. On their return they were to dine with Mr. Parman so they . : c urcu iilsi. 4.i msie ui rloieiii ium itavc it,.:. iouu. ne tsuu, ior iapies i am planning a trip to Vesuvius with them." So from one poit to another this fine friend is making their trip very i ( DOUGLAS SCALLEY one. irinistration. "s sure of himself SO David nt j I ?mbiy , 11 1 1 According to reports, the victim had ltit his car, after it had stalled in a snow drift, and gone only a short distance up the road when he was overcome. His body was rolled out of the snow by the plow. More details are not available as we go to press. He has operated the Liberty Bakery in Brigham for the past 20 years. He is survived by his wife and 4 children. Max Parman, know to a large number of friends in this valley, as world traveler and noted seaman and friend and benefactor to Mormon missionaries, writes of an interesting incident in which he came in contact with Russell Boss, of Garland, and Ellis Orchard, of Twin Falls, who were travelling on his vessel to their missionary destination in the Palestine Assyrian mission. Mr. Parman expresses his great pleasure in meeting the boys and enjoying their association. This is not the first pair of missionaries that he has encountered and been pleased to extend every help and courtesy that he could possibly do to make their journey a pleasant and a profitable Roosevelt, Most loved: 3 bur- - YORK-1- Hi Collinston and Fielding on the river ,0ad' Thursday morning by an oper- - ard Entertained By Noted Seaman -- WINS AGAIN AT I Andrew Pathakis, known as "Andy RuSSell BOSS Ellis OlVh- - VERL ANDERSON 1XT the Baker," was found dead between I en of HE'S 'DOPEY BUT WINS TITLE PATHAKIS FOUND IN SNOW DRIFT FETES MORMON TIME OF 5 BODY OF ANDREW MAX PARMAN HOP THRU THO LKADKR APS er m : , p-- ...:. f,- lie inspireu vi ihm unu iwpii j - .