|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER Page Eight Word was received recently by from Bear River high school. He November Leland last Stokes that hia brother, the Navy joined and went to Farragut, Idaho for Private Mars ton J. Stokes, was recruit training. seriously wounded in France on the 26th of July. Marston is 21 years old ard was Glen M Johnson, Seaman first in cl'tss, has written his parents, Mr. inducted into the Infantry across went and of 1943, and Mrs. Oliver Johnson of January that he Is now stationed in April of the same year. in Hawaii. He recently graduated He went into France on the from tke Miami University at Ox- first day of the Invasion, and has ford, Ohio, and from there was two brothers who are also oversent to Shoemaker, California. seas. Sergeant Howard Stokes, Seaman Johnson is a gradmte who is now in England with th$ of Bear River High and has been Engineers, and Fireman First Class Dallas T. Stokes in Italy. in the service nine months. He reported having seen his friend Verl Gardner, also of Dale Brailsford of Bear River y leave recently and enjoyed a City is home on a visit with him. his "boot" after completing training' at Farragust, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Meister have received word from their son, Corporal Vear L. Mortensen Ralph, who is now a First Lieu- returned to Camp Sheby, Miss., tenant, since his recent promotion, after spending 10 days home in that he is now stationed at Camp Bear River City. He expects an Butner, North Carolina. overseas assignment in the near future. Cecil Newman and Allen Crabt-trespent the weekend with Lieutenant Vear L. Jensen, son Cecil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl of Mr. and Mrs. Osey Jensen of Newman. The men are patients Bear River City, has been award at Bushnell hospital, having rec- ed an oak leaf cluster to the air ently returned from the Pacific medal for meritorious achievement war one. Mr. Crabtree comes from in aerial combat. He is a naviga Denver. tor on a heavy bomber, and has made 14 bombing missions over Pvt. Max Laub, whose furlougn Germany and enemy occupied was up last Monday, was granted Europe. one week extension to visit his brother, Rex, who arrived SaturMr. and Mrs. O. A. Seager have received word during the past day morning. Pvt. Laub has been . at a Re- week from the three Andreason placement Center in Pennsylvania. boys who are in the service. They have spent two weeks here. Conn, who is now a Seaman first War Food Administration to Present Achievement Award Just as the Leader went to press we learned that a program honoring the local plant of the Rocky Mountain Packing Corpor ation will be held at the Bear Dew-eyvill- e, River high school auditorium, Fri day evening, September 1, at 8 p. m. The War Food Administration The War Food Alministration will present the Achievement "A" award to the men and women of the local plant for the outstanding work done in the food conservation program. The public is invited. Dew-eyvill- e, class is in the service somewhere on the Atlantic, sends greetings to all his friends, and best wishes were also received from their grandsons, Private Denny Andreason, who is in Kentucky and letter from Pfc. Deloy a Andreason, who is seeing service V-m- ail in Normandy. e Carpenters Mate 1c Miles O. Thompson, son of J. P. Thompson of Corinne, is home on a 15 day leave. He has been serving overseas for the past 14 months and will return for further duty for an indefinite period of time. Hia wife will accompany him back to the coast. Private Don C. Hess spent a ten day furlough with his wife and daughter in Gar and and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hess in Fielding. He left Sunday night for Ft. Meade, Maryland. He is in the Infantry. A HITCH IN HELL Miss Leone McFarland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mc- I am sitting here a thinking of the things I left behind, my mind; Farland of Riverside, who joined And I'd hate to put on paper what is running through of HELL I'm sure cannot be found, the SPARS some time ago, has A neater place this side And there's a certain consolation though, so listen as I tell, completed her basic training at When we die we'll go to heaven, Palm Beach, Florida and is now 'Cause we've spent our hitch in HELL. on duty as a postal clerk at We have built so many kitchens where the cook can stew our beans, Norfolk, Virginia. And stood a million guard mounts and we've cleared the camp's latrines. A Tremonton man, Kenneth N. We have washed a million pots and we've peeled a million spuds. a Robinson, graduate of Bear We have rolled up many a blanket pack and washed our curty auos, River high school, has received The actual count of Reveillls we've stood is hard to tell, the rating of Seaman, first class, In Heaven there'll be no Reveilles, as a gradaute of the latest class 'Cause we've done our hitch in HELL. Air Technical Training Center in to complete training at the Naval We have killed a million bugs and ants that cry for eats, And shook a million centipedes and snakes from dirty sheets, Norman, Oklahoma. He will now picked the regal cactus from the seats of khaki pants, be transferred to naval units We have When our work on earth is finished then our friends behind will tell, afloat or to another shore sta These men all went to Heaven, tion for further instrunction and 'Cause they've spent their hitch in HELL. work. Seaman Robinson enlisted at the We have taken atabrine daily, those bitter little pills. To elevate our against the fever and the chills, Ogden Navy Recruiting office in We have seen asystems million ack-ac- k bursts, above us in the sky, January, 1944. As we run for slit trenches when the daily cutters fly. "Put out those lights and ciragettes," we hear the Sergeant yell,. "Don Glenn Fryer, 19, fireman 1st "This isn't any picnic. class, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. It's another hitch in HELL." Fryer, of Collinston, has com- When the final taps are sounded and we shed our earthly cares, pleted basic training at the Sub- We'll best parade of all upon the Golden btairs, marine school, Submarine Base, The pull our will be there to greet us and their harps will gladly play, New London, Connecticut, for We'llangels a million canteen checks and spend them in a day, draw duty with our growing fleet of We'll hear Gabriel blow his horn and St. Peter proudly yell. underseas fighters. Front seats, you guys from the South Pacific, Tie was graduated In May, 1943 You've done your hitch in HELL. MAYOR WALDRON BREAKS FOOT The date for the regular im munization clinic has been chang ed from Saturday the 26th of August to Monday the 2Sth, due to the desire of Dr. White to attend a convention in Salt Lake City. Those desiring immunization shots for diphtheria, small pox, or whooping cough or a booster treatment for typhoid, should be at the McKinley school, Monday morning at ten o'clock for this o Private Rex Laub and family arrived home Saturday evening fiom Camp Roberts, California on a ten day furlough. Private Laub expects to be transferred to Alabama and Mrs. Laub plans to free service. remain here for the present. When motorists outside the H. Keller are arrival of a East Coast Area renew their basic Captain and "A" gasoline rations to replace at Fort Sill, the present "A" rations that ex Dire September 21. they'll get a 19th. mileage rationing record that will the tire inspection record C. M. 1c and Mrs; Miles Thom- replace as a record of all gasoline rations pson were dinner guests at the issued for use with the basic George Abbott home Tuesday while "A" ration, the O P A has anC. M. Thompson is at home on nounced. Dates for renewal applifurlough He is a son of James cations and manner of filing will Thompson of Corinne. His wife be announced locally. The tire is the former Nola Steed. inspection record must serve until the new form is issued. With every application for a special or supplemental ration, except fleet or official ration, the motorist must present his mileage raI tioning record form to the local board. While the new "A" book will give the same monthly ration ) as the old, eight gallons a month, the new coupons will be worth 23 four gallons instead of three. In ) 17 East ( Coast States and the District of Columbia, present "A" rations do not expire until Feb- IP IT'S NEWS ii iii S ruary Billy Nelson of Mesa, Arizona is visiting his sister, Dona Gene Davis, this week. Thrift-PricBack-fo-Scho- School Pants Size 6 to 12 . Made like Dad's Tan Blue Small Sizes Only . . THEATRE Friday and Saturday "Vivacious Lady" "Avenging Lady" "LIBERATION OF ROME" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday FAT CRRDEN IN "Marine Raiders" NEXT THURS.-FRI.-SA- T. "Snow White" ed Needs! ol In order to make the limited supply stretch as far as possible to meet the demand for clothes, and to make it as fair as possible to all, the following "Back-To-Schoo- l" merchandise will go on sale Saturday, Aug. 26th at 9 Boy's "Big Mac" Bib LIMIT 2 a. m. FULL SIZE CHENILLE Overalls Bed Spreads White and colored pair to boy with multi-color- back-groim- ds designs ed mom Store Open Saturdays from 12 noon to 9 p. m. OVERALLS aid ORPHEUM 8, 1945. SATURDAY SPECIALS Boys' Gabardine --- j wiring. Mr Waldron waa on the movj able scaffording when one wheel! went into the sump hole in the building, causing the scaffolding? to tip over. Mr. Waldron fell about" fourteen feet to the cement floor breaking a bone in his heel. or m Boys' Blue Bib o of crutches this week as a of a fall at the Lilenquist result Brothers1 Implement building which he was Phone ) Z2J Dotted Priscilla Boys "Foremost" Waist Curtains Overalls Sanforized Ruffled edges with Brown tie-bac- ks. LIMIT 2 pair to boy Per Set c Size 70x WE HAVE A bobbypins biInketc Brown Black 80 Slze 24 x 48 LIMIT Blue - Rose Stripe Bright Patterns t I 98 rugs 5'. I 1.98 Boys' Ladies' House Leather Coats SLIPPERS Sizes 6 to 18 Zipper Front . . . Brown Color All Quilted Satin Leather . . . Fuzzy Wuzzy of Small Stock Sheets and Cases ASSORTED SIZES AND GRADES Nation-Wid- o Bleached Sheeting 81 inch width Gephart Stores Co. Curtain PANELS Lace and dotted Marquisette in choice of colors. Large Size 79c to U-- a BRAEMORE FACIAL Tissues Box of 500's as LIMIT 1 Mayor Russell B. Waldron fcJ Mr. and Mrs. J. rejoicing over the grandson, born to Mrs. T. L. Keller Oklahoma, August 15-R- 1 24, 1944 had as their dinner guests last Sunday, Miss Cleo Marble, Mrs." Daley and Mr. and Mrs. N Peter I Marble. KEEP RECORD Janae Marble is spending a TO OAS RATIONS OF few days in Salt Lake this week. Size 6 to 14 - Thursday, August IMMUNIZATION CLINIC DATE CHANGED 12-da- JERVICE . -- 2 per customer.