|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
MRS. FRONK HOSTESS TO CIVIC LEAGUE Social Items BAND STUDENTS HAVE PLANE RIDE Beclcstead took about thirty members of the B. Band to Brigham City Wednesday morning where they all had j. Ft. plane LEADER BEAR RIVER VALLEY Four Pag ride. CHURCH MEMBERS HONOR FRIENDS The Methodist Family night this week was devoted to a farewell party, given in honor of the Her man Landvatters, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sargent and the T. P. Meis-ters. j IF 7 " Mrs. Olena J. Homer of Tremonton to Salt Lake Sunday where Miss Ruby Harris is spending group attended the memorial ser- this week in Logan, as a guest vice at the Center ward for Frank of Miss Eva Butler. L. Bastow, who was killed in Normandy. Thirty guests were served at a 's dinner Sunday at Joseph W. heme. the returned Among; guests Mrs. R. G. Woodhead Friday from a two week's visit were Mr. and Mrs. Don Iverson with her husband, who is station- and children Susan and Jefry, also ed at Camp Pendleton, California, Marlyn Borne of Fielding .vC v' Mrs. C. G. Carlson of READY FOR THE Beet Harvest o JOHN DEERE BEET TOPPERS A family dinner was enjoyed Tuesday evening this week by members of the J. H. Laub home at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Walter Burns at Garland. The occasion marked the birthday of Mr. Burns as well as the furloughs of the Laub boys, Max and Rex, both of whom are at home on furloughs, a sister, Mrs. W. McDermaid of Salt Lake City was also present. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Whitney of Salt Lake and their nieces, the Misses Elaine and Ethel Llening of Chicago, are guests at the Gifford Watland home this week. Christenseen. The ladies are Mr. and Mrs. Mart Hansen and sons and Mary E. Christensen spent Sunday in Logan canyon. Mr. and Mrs. BiU Goklsberry of Layton and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas of Ogden were in Tremonton Staturday night for the rodeo and visiting with friends. Salt Lake was a guest during the week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ray Ashcraft. Seated on the radiator of a this German sniper In civ clothes is being driven lo An-ueaaquariers auer ms carl St Savenr Lendelin. I2e I fle worried and well he i .'c-- has Mrs. Don Holliday, who been with her husband in California since their marriage is at She home with relatives again. is visiting her parents at Grouse Creek this week. Mrs. Holliday, the former Lavon Richins, plans to rejoin her husband, as soon as his new assignment is completed. . f ENTERTAINED Mrs. K. .11. Fridal entertained the Farm Bureau at her home, last Wednesday afternoon. Twen ty members were present to hear Miss Bessie Hansen demonstrate KELLER FAMILY dry cleaning in the home. Sixteen dresses were very satisfactorily HONOR BIRTHDAYS cleaned during the afternoon. Sunday, August 20th, forty five A dainty luncheon was served relatives met at the Mink Creek, Miss Fay Fridal and Miss by Idaho park to celebrate the birthMcMillan. Dorothy 65 who was H. Keller, day of J. Sheriff Lee His brother-in-laHansen of Preston, Idaho, who DINNER HONORS was 50 years old on the same day, SERVICE MAN was also honored. A chicken dinner was served at the home of Mrs. Kenneth CornMAKING EUSINESS wall Tuesday by Mrs. Cornwall and Mrs. Merrill Laub honoring TRIP TO NEW YORK their Private Max Laub L. J. Cummings, manager of and hisbrother, while wife, they are home J. C. Penney Store, left Sunday on furlough. for New York City by plane on a business trip LAUB FAMILY ENJOYS REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Nephi Jeppersen of Brigham City spent the weekend at the home of Mary e. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Fredriksen Mrs. Wayne Holmgren was in a few days last week visspent to attend Brigham City Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Ebba a tea, given by Mrs. Grant Black iting in Ogden and with friends. Painter in compliment to Miss Bernice Brough. LITERARY CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL PARTY Cowley Supper was enjoyed at the Bishop outdoor fireplace, and a varied program was given during which Ruth Johnson gave a read ing. 19.14 Iver-son- A large group of friends met at the parsonage lawn for an outdoor supper and impromptu program. The three families hon ored plan to leave the community in the near future, to make their ERIDE HONORED home elsewhere. A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon for Miss Elaine Bowcutt, a biide of the The annual summer party of week. A group of personal friends the Tremonton, Garland Literary met at the home of Mrs. August club was held on Monday evening Forsberer at Riverside and pre at the Al Bishop home in Garland, sented her with some lovely gifts. with the executive officers, Mrs Oneta Shurtz and Mrs. Lamoine FARM BUREAU es hostesses. Thursday, August 21, The Handy Hand club met Miss Jean Johnson of Salt Lake Mr. and Mrs. Austin Seager at and family of Ogdea were Monday made a short visit with Mrs, J. the home of Mrs Lois Summers and Tuesday visitors with his H. Fronk this week, before going for the.r last meeting. The ev and Mrs. O. A. to Denver to make her home for ening was spent in finishing our parents, Mr. work. Refreshments were the future. Seager. served The next meeting wiU.be at the" home of Agnes Christensen. Mrs. Ed Deakiu and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. AnDeon Christenstn derson Jr. of Layton, accompanied are spending a few days this Lake Salt week in and Homer Repoiter. D. J. City. Mr. and Mrs. The Anxious Seat Mrs. Ed Fronk was hostess to members of the Women's Civic League at the Utah Power & Light auditorium Wednesday, August 16. Reports on the progress of the Miniature Parade, sponsored by the club, were given and also information concerning the Hot Dog stand to be erected at the Rodeo grounds. The Fine Arts committee reported Jack Fronk had given a piano to the club. This piano is to j be placed in tne aucuiorium or ine Utah Power & Light, and will be maintained by the Civic Club. Mrs. Mattie Stone gave a very interesting review of the book, "The Way Our People Lived." The next meeting will be held September 7th, when Mrs. Steven Hales will be the hostess. -- BOWCUTT, SCOTHEKN MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Arthur Major Rice, cousin of Announcement the Rawl Rice, spent Friday with the Rice family in Tremonton. Major of Miss Elaine Bowcutt, marriage daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rice is recuperating, after a plane Bowcutt of Riverside, to Andrew crash in the Aleutians. He is a C. Scothern, son of Mrs. Joseph pilot of a Mustang. Scothern of Tremonton. The wed Mr. and Mra Don L. Aamodt ding took place August 21st, at brother-in-laand family of Salt Lake City were the home of the bride's and sister, Mr. and Mrs. week-enguests of Mr. and Mra Rawl Rice and family. John Rice Marvil L Nielson of Garland. The bride wore a gown of white, Rice accompanied them home for net covered satin, with a finger- a week's stay there. tip veil caught in a pearl beaded Lieutenant and Mrs. Dearl Buck crown. The bridal bouquet was of white gardenias and red roses. ley spent a few days this week Barbara Jean Nielson was maid with her sister, Mrs. Frank of honor, Melba Hales, Margaret Stevens, while Lieutenant BuckUdy, Clarice Johnson, Joy Peter- ley was home on furlough. He has son, and Vaudis Udy as bride's spent the past twenty six months in the Aleutians. His wife, the maids. Wendell Scothern performformer vaudis Forsgreen, is a ed best man duties. The bride was given in marriage sister of Mrs, Stevens. by her father. The ceremony was Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hales of performed by President Clarence E Smith. Nampa, Idaho spent the day last After a short honeymoon, the Friday at the home of his brother, young couple will make their Steve Hales and family home in Tremonton. Mrs. Sarah Allen of San Francisco, arrived this week for an Mrs. T. P. Meister spent a day extended stay with her daughter, or two this week in Ogden. visit- Mrs. Harry Drew. ing Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brenkman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drew had The Garland Puzeys enjoyed a as week-en- d guests at their home visit with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mra. Julian Heppler of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Specht of Ogden. Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Earl and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bexxant of famiily were in Brigham City with Sunday to attend the wedding ani Magna visited last week-en- d y versary of her their daughter, Mrs. Garland parents, Mr. and and family. Mrs. H. H. Mifflin. is made of w d Pu-ze- f . . I! I WERE NOW V ARCHERY SETS. . . 4.95 . 3.95 3.95 3.67 2.95 3.67 1.69 1.37 .... TRAVEL KITS . . . STEP STOOLS BIKE SADDLE BAGS . .650 39 GARDEN CARTS . . . 4.95 2.95 ICE TRAYS AND LOADERS Priced To Clear This equipment proved most successful last year and several units are available this fall. pi Jfel 1 Shower Curtains Oiled IIeayy Pressed fiber SAV 2QQand ASK FOR DETAILS Lunch Boxes 1 Q9 Silk e Bathroom Curtains Car Coolers REPAIR 2.29 10.95 Headquarters for Qm um r. M-Mh- SPECIALl TRACTORS POWER UNITS wife?;' COMBINE MOTORS MAGNETOS CARBURETORS o We Can Supply JOHN DEERE CATERPILLAR and HOLT HARVESTER PARTS MYERsWs and Water Systems PETERSON TRACTOR SERVICE Phone 90 Tremonton Albert Earl, Manager. 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