|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, FACE EZQITT Tenant Purchase ConLane Palmer In Finals Meeting of Wellsville struction Are Planned Mountain Project Of Oratorical Contest To Be Held March 4 Mr. C. A. Clark, regional construcorators were Local and Social Items g Four student their efforts Tuesday in prepay ation for finals in the annual Utah State Agricultural college "Sons of the American Revolution" oratorical contest, scheduled for 1 p. m. Thursday in the college Little Theatre. The four who survived preliminary eliminations last Thursday are Lane Palmer of Tremonton, Dean Frisch-knecof Manti, Charles H. Henry of Salt Lake City and David Patterson of Clearfield. Eight students entered the preliminary round. Dr. Chester J. Myers of the college speech faculty, chairman of the contest, indicated that the public would be invited to attend the final round. Winner of the contest will be presented the S. A. R. oratory medal. Speeches are from eight to ten minutes in length, on patriotic subjects and are composed by the students themselves, Dr. Myers said. edoub-lin- GERTRUDE RANDALL, Local Correspondent t Mr. and Mrs. Walter Caldeiwood Mrs. Harry Taylor enteitained the A RiahoD Hurst of Decto, Idaho are V. G. F. club at her home Wednesday quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. evening. Special guests were Mrs. Ker R.. S. Calderwood. mit Carson and Mrs. Woodbead. Mrs. Earl Christensen entertained Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cannon and in miMts at a chicken dinner at her Mr. and Mrs. Guy Johnson were Salt Miss; Lake City visitors on Wednesday. Mr. home in honor of her siste .Valaine Cornwall, on her mruiaay, Cannon and Mr. Johnson attended the Lions banquet at the Newhousa Hotel. February 14. Mrs. Cannon and Mrs. Johnson visitMr. and Mrs. Ernest Cornwall spent ed with the latter's sisters, Misses of Irene and Edith Stoddard. Thursday. Friday and Saturday Lake in Salt City. last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sandall were Mrs. Earl Shuman and Mrs. Flor-- j Layton visitors on Thursday. jence Fredrickson were Ogden visitors Mr. and Mrs. Don Homer entertain(cmi Friday. ed at a tin key dinner on their wedin honor of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil ding anniversary last Friday. The on married February were table was attractively decorated. A who to white pottery vase filled with white served was dinner a wedding54, is one part of eloquence. 29, members of the two immediate roses and white sweet peas formed WeHonesty others by being in earat the home of the, bride's the centerpiece. A pleasant evening nest persuade ourselves. Hazlitt. A Abe the Besides was spent. Kay. family, guests Vawents, Mr. and Mrs. HomMr. the formed Lena Mrs. Homer, cake included d wedding hje-tiereer's mother, Mrs. Ballard, Miss Grace In Wake Up Business By Advertising v;iterpiece. This Newspaper. Fris-bThompson, Mr. and Mrs. Golden Dick W. W. Mr. and Mrs. Whitney, 'jMrs. Frank Taylor and Mrs. Ern Hansen, and Melvin Homer. Allen spent Wednesday in Ogden. " ht " Wal-iflro- n, y, Mrs. Duane Lower, who has recentand Mrs. Haven Moss and California, moved to Ogden, visited with of Martinez, ly daughter, Mrs. G. W. Moss and son Bob, and friends here Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Jensen and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Jones enterOgden were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ft;. C.Haight and family on Monday. tained at a party Minday Night, at their home in East Tremonton. Guests Harris C. R. and were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Briggs, Mr. Calderwood JR. 9. Were Salt Lake City visitors Monday. and Mrs. Garn Capener, and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jones. The evening was '.'Mrs.! Grant Erickson has moved to spnt playing Rummy. Silt Lake. Her small son, Peter, Is hi trie L. D. S. hospital. -- FEBRUARY 20, 1341 flttr. Make Money by tion engineer with headquarters at San FrLncisco, recently spent two days in Box Elder County investigating tenant purchase farms now under option, and making construction plans that are to be placed on the farms that are chosen this year. Under the tenant purchase program the United States government furnishes the family that is fortunate enough to be chosen, with funds enough to make a full purchse of the land and fully equip the farm with buildings. It is not the intention that the tenant purchase farms should be model farms, but more that they should be a type farm that will serve the needs of a typical American family in the area in which they choose The annual meeting of the Wellsville Mountain Area project corporation should have been publicly announced for the third Tuesday in January, 1941. For various, good, and sufficient reasons this meeting has been postponed until the first Tueson March day in March which comes 4, 1941. Mr. Robert H. Stewart, the presicorporation, dent of this non-prof- it advises that the meeting will be held at 1 p. rn. on Tuesday, March 4, in the County Court room, Brigham. At this meeting-- three directors will be elected for a period of two years. Reports will also be made. Everyone is invited to attend thi3 meeting and is urged to take part in the election and discussions. Excellent progress has been made with this very important project and all will be delighted to hear the progress and the plans for early spring work. chosen and one additionaiT etc under this progra I j , ' SPECIAL! We Have Added An UPHOLSTERY Department and are now able to take ..wsicry nee e apiece iset Recovered ''o9,9a A large selection of samples to choose from. their farm. According to Mr. Clark, constiuc-tio- n must be well underway by the first of July, and plans are being forwarded by the County Farm Security Administration office in Brigham City to meet all requirements, j It is planned that Box Eider Coun-- j We enjoy ourselves only in our ty will have three of this type of work, our doing; and our best doing farm during the fiscal year of 1941. is our best enjoyment. Jacobi. There is still one applicant to be Leave orders at the Bear Rivier Valley Leader re-po- tt, EVERTON MATTRESS CO. Brigham City, Utah j ' CHTY Tremonton SATURDAY Rebg tn. FEBRUARY SAVE FRIDAY AND to HUG t0l0010m0000i050:a MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT OUR STORE tsr PRESCRIPTIONS ARE A MOST IMPORTANT PART OF OCR BUSINESS Tremonton YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME! WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD , 'Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Haight were G. W. dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Moss at her home in Ogden. i ' . : Mrs. George C. Ficklin entertained the Literary Guild club at her home .Thursday, February 13th. Mrs. Lois 'Anderson reviewed the book "Ltason fTtman," by Dorothy Confield Fisher. Mrs. Dolores Special guests Jlanis and Mrs. Guy Johnson. c Mrs. Reginald Brough entertained hor Bridge Club at her home Wednesday evening. Trizes were won by Mrs. Ervin Stohl, Mrs. Melvin Rob-bin- s and Mrs. Raul Rice. ' Brigham, Garcounty libraries land, Tremonton, Bear River High School, and Box Elder High School. Watch for next week's offering and then visit the library nearest Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Thomas had as i their dinner guests on Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sandall, and Mr", and Mrs. Woodrow Selly. ' you. 5 j JA I Carters LIVER PILLS home. Prizes w re won by Mrs. F. M. Christensen and Mrs. L. J. H At the annual twenty-secon- d ( Eliza T. Monson, of Long Beach, i project work will be given to more Sfornia, who i3 a guest at their home than 150 leaders who will attend, Miss this week. Fern Shipley and David Sharp Jr., as sistant state club leaders, announce. 0 The departments of project work and the college specialist in charge are :. clothing, Miss Susie Sanfoid; foods, Miss Elna Miller; home fur-nishings, Mrs. Effie S. Barrows; poultry, Ralph Blackham; sheep, A. C. Esplln; beef and swine, Harry H. Smith; dairy, Lyman H. Rich; forestry, J. Whitney Floyd; and crops, J. C. Hogenson. Speakers at the school will include President E. G. Peteison, who will speak on "Future Roads for Rural Youth;" F. P. Champ, president of the Board of Trustees, "Personal Credit;" Dr. John C. Carlisle, associate professor of education, "Rural Youth and National Defense;" Director William Peterson, "4-in County Planning;" Dr. Thomas C. Romney, director of the L D. S. Institute, "Character Fundamentals;" and Dr. C. L. Anderson, "Modem Viewpoint of Health." Several other speakers will WHEN IT y also participate on the j H ' in a Diesel tnctot Uve longer on tlcn fuel. 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