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-- Page Eight if LIBERTY Friday and Saturday DICK FORAX in "Heart Of The North' IN TECHNICOLOR Sunday, Monday, Tuesday DOROTHY LAMOLR and DICK POWELL in IN TECHNICOLOR Wednesday and Thursday CECIL KELLAWAY and HELEN WALKER in "The Good Fellows" Warrant Officer (jg) Jack D. Rhodes, student officer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rhodes of Brig-haCity, received his wings recently when he graduated from the Marfa, Texas AAF Pilot School, it was announced by Col. Donald B. Phillips, commanding officer. Mr. Rhode, completed a course in training in planes. He was assigned here from Gardner Field, California. He is a graduate of the Bear River high school. m twin-engi- CpL Thomas F. Larkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Larkin, of Snowviile, was graduated this week from the AAF Training Command's Flexible Gunnery School near Fort Myers, Florida. Now Qualified as an aerial gunner, he will soon become a member of one of the Army Air Forces' bomber crews. He will receive his crew training at an operational training field in the United States then go overseas. Hundreds of gunners are graduated each week from the huge gunnery school near Foil Myers, where the shooting1 ranges from skeet with d a shotgun to firing from turrets in huge bombers over the Gulf of Mexico. Cpl. Larkin entered the Army 15 months ago, having been engaged in farming. He has completed the aircraft mechanic school at Sheppard Field, Texas. Cpl. Larkin is now spending a short furlough with his parents. CpL Glen Stumm spent a few days last weekend home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Park Stumm. Glen has been stationed on the desert in California. He reports that the visit, though short, was well worth the effort and discomfort it took to get here. ne Sailor Ferris II. Lawson has been visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Christensen. He will go to Roosevelt to visit with his parents before returning to duty at Farragut, Idaho. Sergeant and Mrs. Melvin Hansen, of Elgin, Texas, are visiting in Bear River City with Mrs. Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Wankier, and in Corinne with Sergeant Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hansen, Sergeant Hansen h.as to fEport for duty on the night of January 18th for a new camp. Mrs. Hansen will remain in Bear River City. Word was received here recently that Leon Christensen, the former vegetable produce man, has arrived safely in England. He says he is well and happy and sends holiday "greetings. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Davis, of this valley, received word recently that their son, Lt Jesse Lawrence Davis was awarded the silver star medal for action in the Italian war area. He has served in Africa and Sicily before Italy. Lt, Davis reports that he has had many close calls, and that the Italian country is rapidly being devastated be yond recognition. He was honored along with several other boys, after having returned to camp with nearly a million dollars worth of equipment, which included about 18 tanks. The men spent a week under constant artillery fire and bombings. uid still managed to return the Deverl Hess, of Plymouth, is home on a furlough for a few days. Lt Ross Hadfield and wife returned to San Luis Obispo, mon-daafter spending ten days in Riverside with Lt Hadfield's parents, Mr. and Mis. J. O. Hadfield. y, A social was held in the Riverside chapel Wednesday evening for Gordan Moses, who has joined the Navy. He has been a student at the U. S. A. C. and has worked as a technician at KVNU and also as a radio operator for the U. S. Forestry Service, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moses. has just recently been transferred from Texas Cpl. Oleen Udy to Hamilton Field, California. His wile plans on joining him there. After spending a month fur- lough with his wife and family, Capt. Warren E. Conger is now JSC i tl INYES fl YOUR SURPLUS H 0 Idle i MON EY 8 in 1 n e fi (i at t 3 M GEPHAR IP it NON-RATIO- N Sale 1 1 L1LJ Or A ( Odd-L- ot Release 12 Days Only BUY 2 or 3 PAIR TODAY! ? O i I Orpheum Friday and Saturday BOBBY KEADICK in Pvt. Dwayne J. Iverson is at home this week on furlough. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Iverson. He feels very fortunate in being able to be home again. He is "Harrigan's Kid" HOPALONG in "Lost Canyon" . Petroleum Extraets Enough petroleum l traded by hydrogenat10n stationed at Camp San Luis Obispo post in Oklahoma. Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin A. Johnson of Bear River City, that theih son, Melvin Keith Johnson has been promoted from Seaman second class to Sea man first class. Seaman Johnson has just completed liis four weeks radio training course at Wright Junior college and now is attending Texas A and M college. Seaman Johnson entered tho Navy in August, 1943, and took his boot training at Farragut, Idaho. Before entering the service he was an air plane instrument mechanic at Hill Field. He is a graduate of the Box Elder high school. NEWS FROM OUR BOYS IN SERVICE Thursday, January oa equipment to camp safely. power-operate- "Riding High" BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER-in California, but came here from Camp Horn in Arizona. He is attached to the Field Artillery and is taking training on the big guns in the 81st division. Pvt. Iverson is enjoying his visit at home with relatives and friends. 1 last 3.000 years. nfccalfc STOCKHOLDERS Mfw.. The annuual stockholders of the Farmers' Cash Union E? by called to convene January at 1:00 p. m. in the office company at Tremonton. Stockholders are requested tn every effort to attend JOHN P. HOLMGREN Blaine Olsen, of Brigham, who is on leave from the U. S. Navy, and Mr. and Mrs. Wes Landvatter of Ogden, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gorringe. Dated January Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday President 19, 1944 1 ETHEL WATERS, LENA IIORNE, ROCHESTER in "Cabin In The Sky You Can Always Count on Value! stationed at Lowry Field, at Denver, Colorado. He is operations officer in charge of plans and training in a technical school, where classes and organized and trained for overseas duty. Prior to this he was stationed in Alaska and was in charge of the Air Transport Command. t' SS WZlgJ- ;f: .; ' - Helpful Ways to Make Your Home Sweet Home Sgt Don Fishburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Fishburn, and Cpl. Rulon(Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wood of Thatcher, who are with the Air Corps at Peterson Field, Colorado, arrived home with two weeks furlough papers in their pockets. They plan to use the time to the best advantage visiting fim-il- y and friends in. the valley. as ,T.Cv". l S "1 Robert G. Winzeler recently arrived at the Army Air Forces Classification Center at San An- tonio, Texas. During classification he will take physical examinations and testa which will determine whether he will become a bombardier, navigator or pilot. Winzeler has just completed four months training at the Oklahoma A and M college at Stillwater, Oklahoma as a member of the Army Air Forces 90th college training detachment. Mrs. Winz-lethe former Jennie Eldredge, has been in Oklahoma with him for the past three months and is now with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Eldredge at Rawleigh, Calif. Itlr as ;.vsJ!l : ' r, LaMon Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Y. Simmons, of Beaver Dam, left Saturday morning, January 15 for Farragut, Idaho, where he will be stationed during his basic naval training. LaMon was a graduate of Bear River high school last year. He was president of his class during his junior year. Sturdily Built! Smoothly Sanded! UNPAINTED FURNITURE Night Table 13" 18" x 42" x 1 38" 28" Book Case Corporal Veil J. Kimber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kimber of Drawer Chest 4 21" Grouse Creek, returned home Sunday for a weeks stay from a school in North Dakota, where he has been taking radio training. Corporal Kimber has been serving in the U. S. Army for almost two years. He first trained in Texas with glider plains and had advanced to technical Sergeant when he was transferred to the radio commission. He sacrificed his stripes for the radio training but has again made his way up to the rank of corporal. He expects to be assigned a plane for oversea duty as soon as he returns to camp. Ffc. Rulon Borgstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alben Borgstrom of Thatcher, came home to spend his furlough last week. Pfc. Borgstrom has to report back to his camp on the 27th. Since he has been in the Army he has advanced to a Pfc, and won distinction in boxing and markmanship. He received the silver gloves by winning the middle-weigchampionship of his outfit, and also received the expert rifleman medal. x 15J" x it Vjr x 29" x 131" 3'98 4-9- 8 9.90 You'll have lots of fun painting this attractively designed furniture and you can have just the color or stain you want! Easy, too just paint or varnish, let it dry, and it's all ready for use! 'S7 TUFFTED SHAG RUG You'll like them especially for halls, bedrooms, bath and children's rooms! Oblong, 22" x 36" size. O WOVEN SCATTER RUG .98 de- Brilliant 1 back on a neutral color sign ground! Ideal for all rooms! Fringed ends! 24" x 48" oblong size "hit-and-mis- t. , ' eb 4 If - s" PLATE GLASS MIRROR 4.98 ht size, 18" x 26", to over a hall, console or serving hang table! And designed to add new Just the right Sgt. and Mrs. Bert Wheatley and baby have been visiting in the valley with their respective families, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wheat-le- y of Deweyville, and Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. Heppler of Tremonton. Sgt. Wheatley has been stationed In Oklahoma. Boyd Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Mason, is home on leave from the Navy. This is his recruit leave, signifying that he has completed his boot training. Boyd will be home approximately 15 days, after which he will return to Farragut, Idaho for further orders. Pvt. Allen Sorensen, son of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Sorensen of East Garland, was recently transferred to a gunnery school In Harlingen, Texas. Allen quite enjoys the thrills gets in plane flights. Lt, Willard R. Larson has been doing some liigh altitude flying, which took him over Washington, D. C. He landed at Bowling Field and had a pleasant overnight visit with relatives in the Nation's Capitol. Pvt. Ralph Holman and wife, of East Garland, left Saturday for a beauty to any room in your home! JUST ARRIVED! Penimaid Cleansing Tissues Box of 500 tissues. V2 We still have a nice selection of Women's Sturdy Warmth Without Weight! Men's Shoes Of Household Uses! FILE LINED COAT can be sold without stamps Flour Square ll90 Fine quality combed cotton shell is Zelan processed for water resistancy!. . . The deep pile lining and collar are 100 per cent wool with cotton back for rugged warmth with lightweight comfort. For a Variety TOWELS 100 Wool Golden Dawn BLANKETS 15and19 Single blanket Use these nice clean bleached flour squares for disti Double bed size n.90 wiping and save your good towels. . . They're absorbent and long wearing! '