|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, TREMONTON, UTAH Page Eight SERVICE NEWS (Continued from front page) i 10 combat missions, first one beAustria, ing over Weiner-Neudor- f, August 23, 1944. He graduated from, Bear River high school in 1937 and later at- - Burbank Family Observes Golden Wedding tion was not considered serious. , tended the University of Wyoming. laurel was home about a month ago In civilian life, he was employed on leave. by the Union Pacific railroad. Fie has been .awarded the European-African-Midd- TSgt. Preston passed through an Air Service Command Station "Somewhere in England" enroute rest after 28 to a flisrht ennineed on a Fivinsr Fortress. Air Service Command officers instructed him on the necessity of safeguarding vital information he "rained as a result of his combat experience. Before his return to the States, TSet. Anderson was awarded the ritinfnished Flviner Cross, Air rib-ro- Howell, recently V - f East threatre with one campaign star. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. of Anderson, ! le n, ... v - ? ' . 1 ; Mrs. He is the husband of Mrs. Arleno Ford Richards has been visiting in Riverside with his parents, Pvt. LeRoy E. Firth, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Richards. Lt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Firth, of Both- - Richards has been stationed in the well. ha3 been enrolled in the tech Aleutian Islands. nical school for training of radio Roy Davis, an aviation cadet, mechanics students at Truax Field, home Wednesday from adrived an installation of the Army Air Santa Ana, California, to visit his Command. Forces Training Pvt. Firth will receive a com parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Davis plete course in aircraft radio me of Riverside. chanics and will take supplemental Leone Macfarlane, a member of AAF courses in defense against Coast Guard, is enjoying a the trainin; chemical attack, physical and related subiects designed to visit with her parents, Mr. and fit him for overseas combat duty Mrs. R. D. Macfarlane of River side. Leone is being transferred with the fighting AAF. In civilian life, Pvt. Firth was from Norfolk, Virginia to a post employed by his father in farm on the Pacific Coast. She was employed by the J. C. ing. He was formerly stationed at Penney Co. at Tremonton before Melvin 15th AAF IN ITALY 24, of Tremonton, Utah, K. Bjorn, has been recently .promoted from Sergeant to the grade of Staff Sergeant He is a ball turret gunner in a Flying Fortress, and was recently assigned to his present unit B-- 17 Chidester spent a few Sgt. Bjorn joined the army on days in Deweyville with his famNovember 12, 1943, and received ily, before reporting for training hia gunner's wings in April, 1944, in Wisconsin. at Gene Arizona Kingman, He received Ida basic training at Sheppard Ernest Burnell F 2c, of Camp Field, Texas. Sgt Bjorn has flown Fort Pierce, Colorado, is home on a few days furlough. Pfc. Earl Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rastus Peterson, is home on a 21 day furlough. Pfc. Peterson has been overseas for the past fourteen months. He has been in North Africa, France and Italy. Pfc. Peterson, who Is on "Prison Escort Duty" help bring a group of German prisoners to the states. He says that the prisoners are either old men or young fellows between the ages of 16 and 18. He says, "The morale of the boys is high. They want to get the war over as fast as possible and above all, they want mail and more mail from home. The mail service is fairly good, so keep the letters going their way." Peterson will report back to Fort Custer, Miss, for reassignment LIBERTY Friday and Saturday George Byron In Ruth Terry "Jamboree" Roger Pryor Lucille Fairbanks In "Fugitive From Justice" 000 Sunday - Monday - Tuesday Bette Davis - Claude Rains in Pvt Courtley "Mr. Skef fington" Wednesday and Thursday Johnnie Johnson - Betty Ittiodes in "You B. Hansen, son and Mrs. Bednard Hansen of Boar River City, is home on a fourteen day furlough. He is an instrument mechanic at Hammer Field, Fersno, California. of Mr. coo Mr. and Mrs. Junius Thompson of Elwood, had word that their son, Cpl. Warner Thompson, has been released from the hospital Can't Ration Love" MR. AND MRS. and has returned to his base for duty. Although he is not able to WANTED.... A NEW NAME We Will Give a $5.00 Meal Ticket soon. He is in the best of health and enjoying England. , cash the person who suggests the best name for our Cafe - (The old Nu-Wa- Cafe) y Send your entry with name and address to LEO ELLIS Tremonton Only one name per person. . . Eugene Hill, of Tremonton, Pvt. Delbert Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jensen of Dewey- that Smith, 24-Ho- ur Mondays Service Other Days SANFORIZED Sizes Made of heavy denim. High waist band. Glen L. Jensen, son of Mrs. C. P. Jensen, of Deweyville, was home for a few TSgt Mr. and days on a delay route from Texas. He is an instructor in the Air Force. He has been transferred to Tennessee. ) Open End Wrenches Box End Wrenches 8" Pliers, H. D. Pliers b Saturday Specials 100 Pure Penn Oil Pre-wa- in. to 1 16 1-- 7fKPer (Your Container) 30-0- 6 4 Ammunition in. - Tool Chests r O-2- per box " LIMIT ELASTIC WAIST Friday and Saturday Training PANTIES "Two Tickets To London" HOPALOXG CASSIDY Extra With connections $ 1 .49 Chrome $9-9- Lights $ J .98 ANNOUNCING Complete line of Dolts Carriage and Machine nails Most sizes. Mouse Traps heavy. to 4 1 "Riders Of The Deadline" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Curity and Wednesday DIAPERS in JAMES CAGNEY 12 in a box "Johnny Come Lately" "Merchant Seamen" Thurs. - Next Fri. Thrifty Size - Sat 46 inch "Jack London" Generators Ford A Ford V-- 8 All CheVTOiets PlymOUlhs OILCLOTH Plain colors. Fancy Patterns. 252 MISSES' RAYON Elastic Waist PANTIES Sizes 4 to 14. 4 pair LIMIT Waterproof Varcon DeLuxe $ Synthetic 7.49 Exchange 10 Gallon '11 Large size. Oilproof - Greaseproof SPECIAL Cream Cans 26 inch Balloon 69 $ yard LIMIT SPECIAL 1 Bike PRE-WA- 5 Sizes in Battery Hunter's Shirts Car Aerials 4 THEATRE 0 Tire Pump Hose UJ GARTERS ORPHEUM 0nly Forged Steel 7-- Men's All Elastic . S.A.E. 10, 20 and 30 Sockets JUST ARRIVED Mrs. Frank Herbert, of Sterling. Idaho, and Mrs. Leslie Hacke, of Bountiful, were weekend guests at the Jess Garfield home. received! just Tools LIMIT ? R ? 'nl Tires 36 inch Waterproof 1 ,5y Ceiling $1-9- SHEETING 5 Heater Hose no 3 ply 12 ft ' or , A , Heater 1 $ Only o U 79 2 fo1 Complete line of 5 SXPpLand PRIORITY Inner Tubes yard Buy Now! VICTORY Bike TirCS Mcn's All-Leat- Jackets 9-- o 5 17-5- 0 LADIES' ELASTIC 2-W- ay Stretch Pantie GIRDLES All Sizes. C)QG by Saturday, October 14 6 A. M to 6 P. M. imiiMiM.flriM'M. i Boys Waist OVERALLS he has Names must be submitted CAFE HOURS ii,,i.r Melvin Keith Johnson, R.T. 3c, or Mr. ana wra. meivm u. Johnson, of Eear River City, is home on a few days leave. He ha:-been stationed at Treasure Island and will soon leave for overseas duty. He is in the Navy. ville, is stationed at Camp Roberts, California, He is in the Infantry. Pfc. Dale Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Miller of Logan, former residents of East Garland, is home on an 18 day furlough-- He was stationed in California and Pfc. Sterling Meldrum gave his studying radio. Just before he left parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A Me- for his furlough they transferred ldrum of Elwood, a pleasant sur- him into the Air Corps. He expects to go overseas any prise Saturday, when he walked in unannounced. His base is in Texas time now. and he hasn't yet been able to ac custom himself to the insects and Word has been received by the heat which he finds there. He is parents of TSgt. Wayne Norr of happy to be home and is lending a Deweyville, that he is now somemuch needed hand on the produc- where in France. He is doing' fine tion front. but makes the statement that he does not enjoy the French food. Lt. Reed Munns, stationed some where .in England, wrote to his AS Jay D. Norr, of Deweyville, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A A. is receiving his boot training at Munns of Elwood, that his group San Diego, California. He is in is expecting something to happen the Navy. Back-u- p in James Hot Water Heater or $5.00 Pvt has been sent overseas. His parents say he is somewhere in England and his trip over was very pleasant. and 2.50 in Cash To j JAMES S. BURBANK Members of the family of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Burbank gathered at the family home hi Tre monton on Sunday, to celebrate the golden wedding of their parents. All of their sons and daugh ters were present except Percy Burbank, who is employed at Wallace, Idaho and was unable to attend. A family dinner was served, which also honored the eighteenth birthday of their grandson, Sterling Gardner, whose birthday occurs on their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Burbank received many cards and remembrances for the occasion. she joined the Spar3. They are the parents of three sons and two daughters, and have The M. I. A. of the Riverside 23 and 6 greatgrandchildren Ward sponsored a party Thursday grandchildren. evening honoring Jack Welling and Joel Richards, who will soon leave to join the armed fodces, and Roy do any heavy work himself, he is Davis and Leone Macfarlane, who at his old job and is supervising are home on leave. a ground crew. unit mmw son Lt. Buckley Field, Colorado. Store Open from 12 Noon to 9 P. M rw arrived safely somewhere in France. He tsya the place he is in is beautiful with the exception of the bomb craters that has torn up the place quite a bit He says he is O. K. and is in the best or health. Pvt. Wendell White, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. H. White, has been transferred to the eastern coast and is probably enroute overseas. G. Anderson of Howell. SPECIALS has been received from Pfc. Vernon Smith, son of Mr. and Wayne R. Carlson, son of Mrs. Mary E. Peterson, has recently been advanced to the rank of Sergeant, with the Presidential citation. He is an airplane mechanic located in England. Sgt Carlson has been overseas for one year. 134,? Saturday Word well-earn- ters. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Laub have had word from their sons, Max and Rex during the week, that both have been changed again. CpL Max Laub, who has been at the replacement center in Pennsylvania for several months, has been transferred to Fort Warren, Wyoming, and Pvt Rex Laub who has been in Alabama since his furlough home, is now located at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. S. E. Bjorn of Tremonton. Medal with three Oak Leaf clus Thursday, October 5, SPECIAL! AnoGteffas HOWARD G. FREISS, O'.vner Gallon Tremonton, Utah Gephark "BUY FOR CASH AND PAY LESS"