|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
5, 1842 BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY FAGS FOUR Ed Winchester's Father Adjustment To Be License Plates Are Available in Tremonton Dies In Salt Lake City Made On Quota Wheat J Excess Under New Law ownMr. and Mrs. Edgar Winchester atElder I Classified Ad Columni CASH PAID for dead and usele cows and horses. Call Maple Creek Trout Hatchery, Erigham 493-J-tf Reverse charge. 2. or live poultry. H. A. Garn, 4S5 N. 2nd VV., Brigham. Phone 12-1- 1 tf 688. CASH WANTED Experienced stenograor Ml time work. wants part pher 5 t2 23.J. Call 2-- 1 pair of line connecters. Bear River Valley Telephone Co. LOST To rent, 40 to 80 acre farm, any location. Box 14, Bear "WANTED River City, tip 2-- 5 Black heifer, freshen TOR SALE soon. F. Albert Johnson, Collinston. tip. 2-- 5 house with par- FOR SALE! age, $2000. Landvatter. Call 77.0-- 1, .William tf 1-- Dr. E. D. Harrison OPTOMETRIST Glasses Examined Eye 20 So. BSHGMAM Main Fitted St CITY, UTAH o TREMONTON Every Thursday ALARM CLOCK need an alarm clock to wake me up to the realization that I should have my farm machinery repaired before harvesting: season ? For wood parts repaired see I TREMONTON CABINET SHOP W. A. Westmoreland Marr Nelson, telegraphed to Governor Herbert B. Maw to ask that all 1941 plates be recovered as part of the national emergency effort. The arrangement to provide local automobile registration facilities in every county in Utah was made by the state tax commission this year for the first time. It results from a widespread demand presented to the 1941 legislature. Registration of new cars and the larger trucks as well as will be of trailers and the as in through past, accomplished, the main and district offices of the commission. Motorcycles, publicly-owne- d car3 and heavy vehicles over al7,000 pounds generally may, as tax the at ways, be registered only commission's main office in the state rs capitol. A deputy assessor will be in Tremonton to give tax clearance. However, taxes may be assessed to property by bringing notices with you. S. NORMAN LEE NEWS LETTER ABSTRACTOR (Continued From Page 1) Established 40 Years BRIG HAM CITY, UTAH rm Elder county wheat growers produced excess wheat under tlu. 1941 marketing quota regulations will be entitled to an adjustment in the of their wheat marketing was quota excess if actual production esiauu&i.eu normal below the yieia for their farms, according to A. W. AAA Bishop, chairman of the county committee. Such adiustments made under a troduced as the Fulmer bill, recently measure public law No. 384, first by Congress and signed by will result in every President the a.-- M 1 M 1 t" 1 , f & allotment was exceeded, even though a poor yields may have resulted in northat less than total production acmally harvested from the allotted had the which new law reage. The support of AAA, he said, will provide relief for growers who suffered crop losses of failure after overplanting their 1941 wheat allotments. Refunds will be made automatically to all growers who have already es available, documentary VJi proving actual yield should b to the county office at thTv application is na Aru bog device has which firemen can throw ficial fog around a fir, tJ? CAMEBASBAPHS . V - Vt 'r , ft . ,; , 4f v v. - . - - , ,jTi. L- i f t- - t i ! t. V , V J-'-:;- Sweetheart Ball at First Ward Be Held The Tremonton First Ward Sweetheart Ball will be held in the Ward hall Wednesday, February 11th. A married "Sweethear" couple, exemplary of M Men and Gleaner Girl ideals, has been chosen and wiil be an nounced at the dance. A "Sweetheart , Waltz" will be featured. This dance is sponsored by the M Men and Gleaner Girls. suits and elimination of d vests in suits; a halt in the production of patch pockets, belted coats and cuffs and pleats in trousers; reduction of coat lengths by one inch; and overcoats now averaging about 46 inches in length lim ited to 43 inches. i.f ....u;. ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOMEI euit, saia Trying out a new bathing models demon, to be a maga. could read strated that they of Pepsi-Col- a line and drink a bottle while keeping afloat in the pool. l i t ced representatives of the clothing industry have formally recommended the following changes in the design of men's and boys' clothing as part of the wool conservation program: two-trous- 'I I J iL ' - I z I' I 3 fek.:a - i . BOY SCOUTS' ' ft 4 t ints v i .Y.:l,flit j RANKS GROWING: Th. aiuu poster, now being displayed all over the county announces Boy Scout Week. Boy Scouts every where are assuming extra assignments to di their part in the defense of America. Boys tj who wish to do these "Good Turns" should gel m touch with the Boy Scouts of America. XTTMryyV VV :..;,:S - V JpWJJJWVWy.x. , er double-breaste- L,'fs ir i tion Board announced an initial 40 per cent cut, effective for 00 days beginning immediately, in civilian rad io, phonograph and combination production. The curtailment order is based on monthly output during the first nine months of 1941. WPB said savings of 750 tons of copper, 100 tons of aluminum, 25 tons of nickel, and 3,400 tons of steel will be effected. The WPB estimated that approximately 2,000,000 receiving sets will be produced during the next 90 days. The eventual effect of the industry's $2,000,000,000 war orders will be to place all large radio manufacturers on total war production, with smaller units and allied branches of the industry to be placed whenever sufficient Army and Navy contracts become available, the beard said. i r V y -- ,r 40 Percent Cut Li Radio And Phonograph Production The War Produc- is voluntarily taking place, but. that time has not yet arrived.' " S 8V ftV-- t. y - n.- ' INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minn. Bronko Nagurski, former heavyweight football star, has turned to raisg and wrestling inchampion which he built. Use of insunte an insulite-linechickens poultry house of 2,000 chickens makes for greater flock his for weather protection of in eggs the mighty Bronk with real money profits Insulite production and providesnear Minnesota and Ontario Paper Co. and and hens at his farm mills hire. d radio-phonogra- Work Priority Unemployment Projects Administrator Hunter JAMES BROUGH AGENCY FIRE AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE TREMONTON, an- nounced the WPA and the Social Security Board ate working on an emer- 1 gency program to be effective Feb. to shift to WPA rolls workers who do not fall within the scope of the combined unemployment compensation and training program pronosed bv President Roosevelt. Un der the plan local unemployment compensation boards will certify to the WPA persons whom they cannot care for under the President's program, Mr. Hunter said. war-dislocat- UTAH MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE FARMS OR HOMES OUK Conservation Of Wool In Clothing The War Production Board announ- - HEARTS AND FLOWERS take prece. tlence as favorite valentine gifts. Even if you are far away from your loved ones you can say it with flowers on Valentine's Dny by placing your order of the Florists' through a member Association. This Telc&i'nph Delivery a is valentine belle corsage wearing made of a camellia posed on a cala-diuleaf. m SHOOTING a hospital scene, right, for "Health Is A Victory", a new motion by Willard Pictures picture produced Social Hygiene Asso. for the American for release on reu scheduled ciation, Hygiene ruary 4, Sixth National Social This film telling the story of Day. infections gonococcus the fight against will hfl shown at six regional social hvoiene conferences in Boston, New York City, Cincinnati, Jacksonville, Dnrtland. Orpnnn. and Oklahoma City, and at community meetinga through out the country during r ODruary, , 7 j j j ..Si ?l l I I I 1 p, 4i s A i MAKE GOOD OR WE DO Fronk Chevrolet Co. Tremonton. Utah - T PROVED IT! DEATII-TE- S Phone 28 IN WINNING THE IVAH ZJ- Help Them (Jeanne the Blood f Harmful Body Waste Your Udoan a.r eonatantly Blterlnf wmaU oiattaf Iron tba blood iireara. But laf In their work do kidnaystoiMtlai to re-- m not Mi aa Natnr lDtaidd-4a- il tmparitiea tact, It ratatDcd, may hola Um lha awl apaat tyntrm polMB bod taacfclnary. ka aantoc backache, Syaiptofn atta-k- a of dizr.inera, pwtimi beadacM, gattiat tha alfbta,a awcllini.of puflmeaa ncrvoua aaUi feeling ata aaaa ol pep and atrcngth. Mitocy w Oikim atca ot kMnj or .ladder art aaatatioMn burning, tranty or too (reaneat arinatlou. TWaaaooJd tx doobl that prompt - mi a4 'if j f 1 funs,"' .' a mmm This record is certified. It was made in the impartial cars, e Death Test of six quality oils in six duplicate Hher metals are mined and refined, And sootv snunitionf plants will be wpplylng ammunition to J huge quantities. Milk used for fluid consumption as -- ... The puxW AST. 3 e Our job now is to' win the battle help to maintain the American way of life, freedom of speech, freedom of religion and free ply. ' ' 1" In recent years the potato trade The The The full-tim- ift if y. big-nam- speeding along on one crankcaso engines perished For more than a quarter of a century this 'compact operated by local business men, ha kept of electricity ahead of requirements. Therefort. wt have been able to supply electricity for all mill.' tary demands. More power, however, will be needed,1 and our entire rganuation Is devoting every effort towards producing an adequate sur milk or cream in the United State in 1539 totaled about 46,000,000 bad been using smaller and smaller sacks until now there Is a tendency to use sacks which may become standard size. The size Is more convenient to handle, allows the retailer to purchase smaller quantities as needed, and eliminates shrink ttpo and Bpoilage. Both burlap and imper sacks are being used in the plane, No aection of our nation playi a more vital role to producing materials for this equipment than the' territory we serve. Here copper, lead, tlo and' naa (r!edt fn more than forty: jrrara. rc.-- ation. Tbag have t Botio-V- .a Are racomraevded by gratatul ptoj-t- tbe over. Atk ntigfiberl your eoantry pounds or about 42 per cent of all tfce milk produced In the nation. This Includes about 12.9 billion pounds used on the farms where produced, 6.8 liillion pounds retailed by farmers at wholesale and ultimately used for fluid consumption, and a flat allow anc of 2.4 billion pounds to cover xrulk for fluid consumption produced " by village com Modern wat is a battle of equipment hip, tank. tbaa aeli. I winning tm'i PUU. Pan'$' He Wn trmliwnl fill in car No. 6 pasted out when Conoco Wh oil was still up at 3.40 quarts fill in car No. 5 passed out when Conoco Uth oil was still up at 3.20 quarts fill in car No. 1 passed out when Conoco oil was still up at 2.70 quarts the Change to the known economy of Conoco Hth oil Winter same oil that your engine for decent starting. Continental Oil Company 1, tT.Tta oil-plat- es CONOCO KU, h Am Wwi, mi, u orW, ib, kind and apiece till all oils The BUY, dom of private enterprise, KilottM 11 fill in Car No. 2 passed out when Conoco Nth oil was till up at 3.6S quarts fill In car No. 4 passed out when Conoco N'A oil was still up at 3.5S quarts nd size. 1 n. semi-traile- Wilson Lumber Co. Building Do county Residents of Box tended the funeral services of Mr. ing passenger automobiles or light V. trucks 7,000 pounds or less, unladen Winchester's father, Benjamin Mortuvethe at Undquist motor Winchester, weight may renew their hicle licenses by presenting their 1941 ary in Salt Lake City, Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 p. m. registration certificates on Saturday reMr. Winchester died Sunday afterfor at Tremonton. Applications, noon in a Salt Lake hospital. newals only, will be received at any had visited with his son here He That 1942. time prior to February 28, and many is the last day on which the 1941 on numerous occasions with well were acquainted here sooner from license plates are valid, but the comhim. tax are 1942 obtained, the plates He was born October 4, 18G0, in mission officials point out, the better Lake City, a son cf James and Salt cai the j for all concerned, including Elizabeth Christman Winchester. He owner. was a member of the L. D. S. church. the in The office will be opened lived in Salt old Oasis building, west of the Tele For most of his life he few last the but years he Lake City, phone office. in been has war Ogden. ef nation's of nart the As a The services were conducted by fort, motorists are urgently requestlicense 1941 ed to turn in their plates Bishop J. W. Miller of Murray, who Mr. 1942 their with application. II also was one of the speakers. along of the a friend of ex Murray, Erickson, there happen to be available any Music a was also speaker. family, from previous' pired license plates furnished by musicians of Muryears, the owner win oe penormmg was. he if ray. a patriotic and welcome service The deceased is survived by his will bring them to the county office widow, Mrs. Mary E. Parker Winchesat the same time. exof ter, of Ogden; four sons, Edgar, of The request for the collection Ileo W., Ray and Wilpired license plates comes throug the Tremonton; ail of Ogden; a C. liam Winchester, state tax commission at the suggesof OgM. B. Mrs. Richards, federal daughter. the of tion supplies, priorities 15 a two sister, grandto brothers, den; "SPAB" and allocations board most citizens. The board, recently ab children and 6 sorbed in the new, streamlined pro duction organization under Donald To to sell with- - tablished the fart .J7T fanner being permitted ' , out penalty the numoer or uuiueis ui production is below their aland wheat equal to the 1941 acreage itwiUbenesary s1 lotment for that particular farm times oucers to contact the normal yield set By the county Mr. iiishop said. Other r,rT committee. He explained that marKet- - titled to refunds, but , their lgn .. . ine-- auota provision previously in force made determination of a "mar .V all application to th J keting excess" mandatory for not later than wheat the acreage which on farms February ti,$ .Uttri, unitprod, ppwn ltrr 90 e ,t,uil I Sttii MOTOR OH !