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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY. APRIL 13, 1S39 FAGS FOUR 1 FIELDING Enid Welling 'a William Linford was hostess Lore last Friday evening of theW.Dock M. Well-- r Mrs. of home chib at the Kutrene Laub reviewed the book "Action at Acquilla," by Harvey followAllen- - Ten members and the Mrs. attendance: in were ing guests Mrs. K. A. Unford, Mrs. Peter Boss, Mrs. and Jay Garland, Wood of Bourne and Mrs. Henry Ashcroft of a Fielding. After the book review, luncheon was served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Enid Welling. Mrs. W. M .Welling spent several City, days last week in Salt Lakereturnwith her daughter, Enid. She ed home the latter part of the week and was accompanied home by Enid, who spent the weekend in Fielding and I'ocatello, Idaho. Miss Beth Cannon, who is visiting in Salt Lake City with her sister, Mrs. Krauae, spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cannon. Mrs. Ezra Packer spent last week in Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. W. M .Welling and daughters, Enid and Maurine, spent Saturday and Sunday in Focatello, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Vance Farks and Mis. J. A. Foster. Miss Noreen Earl, 01 n'. sPf"t : r1 spo-fina- that its so to' to' conditions. In the cess it is done in a Mellon-Kr0- temperature of OH YiVW 00 V50 m OTFRVH Hoop FcR. I' I 1 tue wor 'A 1 a c..--- t Cffe9 w T- ri- SPOOL V? MivYtfe A mT.,e L 7" SHOP THROUGH THF LEADER ADS FTTKt vir FREE ten-to- n ELECTROLUX 493-J-- 2. 1 COUPON SfofF gi& s dirt-digg- er We have been making modern domestic flowers. It has been very inwe cut At recess down to school we have teresting making them. First of sizes circles, out different four been having all sorts of tournaments. we were going what we decide then tournaThe boys have had a marble out of colment and the girls a volley ball tour- to make. We made them some made We ored very inpaper. nament. A boy out of our room won ones. the prize in the marble tournament. teresting fiernice Campbell mixed room His name is Don Hansen. He received a swell new flint marble. The girls The Second Grade Circus We had out of our room also won the volley ball tournament. The prize for that a circus in our room. We invited our was a new leather volley ball. We feel mothers and fathers. There were cowquite proud of winning these tourna boys, lions, clowns, balloon men and ments. Coleen Woolley 6th grade monkeys. We had a good time. Maughan Mason 2nd grade Our Social Science class is directed We went to the Leader office. Mr. by Mr. Henrie. We are studying about Utah. We are working in Thomas showed us the machines. We groups of six or seven. Each group watched him set some type. He is has a captain who is in charge of very good at typing. Roscoe Heppler these pupils. Each group is required to have ready for reporting by the end of a certain period, all available fiero of "Hiawatha" information on the two things that The hero of Longfellow's "Hiawere assigned them at the beginning watha" was a Sixteenth century of this unit. This Indian chief, though he apreporting is done before the class. pears in the poem as an Algonquin. Tremonton School News MICKIE SAYS ddk expect to -- tvdav and Adverts TOMORROW QJJtT CUSTOMERS' AIOVS N A MOVE AWAV HRV OMR APS AUUC GRQWlhi'VP! VOURS AOT TAlKiKl'TO A MAS? Meeting, A VARADEl But X7T World's Greatest Violinist The world's greatest violinist, ), was ItalPaganini ian. He first took lessons from his father. At eleven, he composed pieces so difficult he alone could play them. So astounding was his genius 'that contemporaries could explain It only by saying he was In league with the DeviL Nan Addict . Siatt City under the direction of Mrs. Vernon Hansen, who has been Instructing a group of scouts and junior glrl3 in dancing'. The presentation was put over by the young people in a very pleasing manner and was enjoyed by all who were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duifcv. of Fielding, and Mrs. Amy Gross, of fapokane, visited In Logan, Tuesday. H MUCH 'lO-- '.tow r r r e -- 'in "IfTrtAT'S JUST r i TIKE TO . THE ALKALIZE - J Just Ring IiOgan Enterprise way. tr (loa't you take cr for Gas on Stomach, Ih. ndaclic, Suur Stomach, Colds, ra'.l;ue. Muscular, Rheumatic Tains? Alka-Scltz- eriuk. 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HIDES - PELTS - WOOL Mile South of Logan Eat of th Sugar Factory About li Alka-Scl- .! We Will Call and Pay CASH for DEAD or WORTHLESS HOUSES and COWS COLOR AD 0 ANIMAL diirrcnt man next day, a k-- Vt"hy r.i!; NOTICE TO FARMERS Air Washes, Mothproofs Clothes, Bedding, Coats, Woolens, etc BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER - - 1 YEAR Select 2 Magazines ( ) Home Arts Needlecraf t 2 yrs. ( ) Household Magazine 2 yrs. ( ) Woman's World 2 yrs. lUlicvcd Ihc - Phone 28 Air Cleans and Shampoos Bugs Cleans Furniture, Draperies, Curtains, Tapestries, etc. AND GROUP "A" i.c Tremonton, Utah home." Ni-co- lo ( Fronk Chevrolet Co. in the (1784-1840- ( ( MAKE GOOD OR WE DO anc a sanitary condition Mo-aa- OUR MOW Kxcdcls B.auty School, Main aad Broadway all Laic Ci!y. Utah. Float .nd It to catalog. One Enthusiastic Customer Has This to Say About Electrolui- -. . . "Electrolux Model XXX is far in advance of any other clean ing equipment that there is to comparison. "The Elextrolux is more than cleaner; it is a real an invaluable aid in maintaining so ( Mill PRmrj 0 8 ' A III The Most Efficient Slathine Ever Built 3-- "Life-Time- i Shampoo One Absolutely Fw CLEANER AND 6 4-- our uugs ui d 5 SHAMPOO Let Us Clean and d 4-- few dav" 60 degress a humidity of 90 per cent. bacteria, which would spoil warm, damp meat if left to selves, are put out of action bv violet light from a Vvevf' lamp. Classified I Ad Column j 1. !r-- enzymes may break down the fibres and cor"' tissues that make meat dinarily such hanging choice steaks) require? f0Ur week3 under expensive cold-- . d, weekend with her father, J. L. FASTURE FOR RENT Enough for the and Earl, family. about 150 Lead cattle. J. C. Wood. of Ogden and Mrs Wilcox Eben 1.5-t2p Howell, Utah, Thone Odeen Luke of Brigham City were Call in and see the latest model May- visiting in Fielding last Sunday. Electric Co. Dale Welling, of Salt Lake City, tag at Schoss-Rea- d who spent the past week visiting in FOR SALE Majestic range. Dr. W. Fielding with relatives and friends, E. Hawkins, Phone 7.3-tip returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bourne and Mr. wagon and Mrs. William Linford spent EasFOR SALE One set scaks. Ervin Stohl, Tremonton. tl ter Sunday in Salt Lake and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Potter, Mrs. FOR SALElf)00 lbs. alfalfa seed. J. M. Secrist, Miss Alice Potter and Mrs. Clara Potter, of Farmington, Starlln StanfiU. Phone 14.1.5 5. tf spent Monday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Severson and Mr. Hemstitching done at Christensm's. and Mrs. Herman Potter. Mrs. C. W. Bourne, Miss LaNae FOR SALE Choice building lots, 1 and Mrs. Jay Bourne spent Bourne, Mock from Main Street. Inquire in Ogden, shopping. Tuesday Walton. Phone James Residence, Mrs. C. W. Bourne had as Mr. and S9.a-1- ; business, 23J. their guests Easter Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Horton Bourne, Mrs. Sill and FOR ELECTROLUX CLEANER and Mrs. Charles Bourne of Layton. AIR PURIFIER parts, supplies or Social Development Club met The a demonstration, see II. D. Thomas, at the 'home of Mrs. Bertha Smith, Representative. Thursday, April 13 in their regular BOCIAL SECURITY Etched Bronze club meeting. The program for the afternoon was "Home Gardens" with " Plate, with your name Mrs. George Coombs as chairman of and Social Security number. Tcr was served by the hosit. Luncheon mancnt, lasting, beautiful. See II. tess social hour. the during D. Thomas, Leader Office. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durfey of Field CASH PAID lor dead and useless ing and Mrs. Gene Leavltt of Dewey- cows and horses. Call Maple Creek ville motored to Salt Lake last Thurs Trout Hatchery, Brighara day morning to attend the L. D. S. rt? verse Charge, tf. conference. Mrs. Amy Gross, sister of Mrs. Durfey, from Spokane, Washing' ton, who was also attending confer ence, returned home with them and has since been visiting at the Durfey home and with other relatives and friends in this vicinity. Mrs. Gross ' expects to return to her home the first of next week. $ ' i Thayles Leavitt left for Grace, Ida. Tuesday for an indefinite stay at the homo of his sister, Mrs. Smith. The combined Mutuals of the ward pave a very delightful dancing party in the Fielding hall Tuesday night in place of regular class work. A large j;roup of young people from all parts of the valley attended. Music was furnished by Mrs. Quinney's orchestra of Tremonton. During the dance, a special floor show was presented . nced Notice is hereby given that Wiliiam Anderson. Howell, Utah, has made ap Laws plication in accordance with the and sec. ft. 10 to of Utah appropriate 500 ac. ft. of water from Blue finrinw creek in Box Elder county, Utah. Said 10 sec. ft. of water will bo diverted during the months of Anril and October of each year by means of a reservoir dam, the center of which bears S. 32 degrees 30' W. 1755 ft. from the NE Cor. of Sec. 6, T. 12 N., R. 5 W., SLB&M. conveyed bv canal which heads at the reser voir at a point 100 ft. E. of the center of said dam, and used to ungate WJ acres of land fjnbraced in the El SWJ Sec. 6, Sec. 30, and the Wi Sec. 32, T. 12 N., R. 5 W., SLB & M. During the period from May 1 to September 30 inclusive of each year 2.5 sec ft. of water will be diverted and used In the same manner. In addition to the direct flow of diversion hereinbe fore described, there will be 500 ac. ft. of water impounded from October 1 of each year to April 30 inclusive of the year following in an existing reservoir, formed by the dam hereinbefore described. The stored water will be released from April 1 to Oc- tober 31 inclusive of each year into the canal hereinbefore described, and used to supplement me aforesaid i! direct flow water in irrigating the aforesaid 900 acres of land. This application is designated in i X the office of the State Engineer as No. 12798. All protests resisting the i; granting of said application, with reasons therefor, made in affidavit form, must be filed with T. H. HumAsk us about our new light plant and phreys, State Engineer, 403 State Electric Co. Capitol, Salt Lake City, Utah, with charger. Schoss-Reaone extra copy and $1.00 filing fee FOR SALE 500 lbs. 1st grade alfal- on or before June 3, 1939. fa Reed. Alva Rhodes East Garland, T. II. HUMPHREYS State Engineer phone 57.a-3- . Date of first publication April 6, 1939 FOR SALE Royalaire Vacuum, Date of last publication May 4, 1939 Electric Co. cheap, Schoss-Rea- -- PITTSBURG, Penn8y1Va,,u new, cheap process for "i kinds and grades of beef was announced last wt b S"': burg's Mellon Institute cf j Research. The process, by Kroger Grocery i? ing Co., involves "har.einr t 1 THE STATE OF UTAH Office of State Engineer Salt Lake City ! By SCHOOL DAYS Notice To Water Users TENDERIZED BEEF By DW1G J'