|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
Thursday, October 19, 1944 , I I" Jll Jl BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, TREMONTON, UTAH I'l BOTHWELL . Milk Industry Rates As Wartime Asset, Says USAC Dairyman DEWEYVILLE Vireril Anderson anrt Mrs. Wednesday evening, October 11, a3 their Sunday afternoon a program was given for Myrl rx. quests Mr. ana juts. r.. of Perry, a son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Austin Keith G. Perry, who was going to the wall Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fors-ber- g service. Those who were on the of Ogden, and Mr. and Mrs. program were: Mildred Jean Garland. C. O. Anderson of Loveland, clarinet solo; a vocal Miss Shirley Anderson was home solo, Barbara Snow; reading, Fon-telNels AnderClarke. The speaker was RuWith her mother, Mrs. weekend. pert Blackham, A gift from the son, for the Mrs. Fred Christensen and fam- ward was presented to Myrl by mother-in-laBishop Clarence Fryer. Myrl gave ily was visiting her a short talk, thanking all. Mrs Lewis Christensen, Thursday. Recently the family of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roland ChristenMrs. J. P. Barnard met at their visitors evening: were Monday sen home in Brigham City, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ChristensMrs. Barnard on her birthday anen,' the parents of Roland. niversary. Dinner was served and Misses Joyce and Margene a pleasant afternoon was spent from Stark were in Grantsville visiting. evening. until Tuesday Sunday Mrs. Oliver Peterson and chila wedWhile there they attended of Petersboro, spent the dren, Mrs. Josephine ding dance for weekend with relatives. here Roberts and Mrs. LaVell Brown. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ault were It was a double wedding. made happy by the arrival of their Miss Gloria Miller was the Satand daughter, Sgt. and n of Miss Mrs. John Becker from Lincoln, urday evening guest Summers. Nebraska. Sgt. Becker has a two Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bosley were weeks furlough. They will visit relatives and friends here, at Og in Ogden Sunday on a visit. Mrs. Dean Anderson, Mrs. Nana den and Salt Lake .before they where Sgt. Holiday and Mrs. Afton Holiday return to Lincoln, were in Tooele Thursday visiting Becker is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Kermet Hansen Mrs. Gene Holiday. a met with and children, of Salt Lake, were painful Emii Kupfer accident Saturday when a wagon visiting at the home of Martin Gardner on Sunday. load of beets tipped over on him. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Verl Barnard had Lewis Mrs. and Mr. as their guests recently, Mr. and were in Logan Tuesday on busiMrs. Harold Thompson and Mr. ness. Mrs. Ethel Johnston and Mrs. and Mrs. Donald Wayment and Tre-mont- Milk from Utah's 112,000 milk cows is one of the country's great wartime assets, indicates Professor A. J. Morris, extension dairy manufacturing specialist at U. S. A. C. who quotes information submitted to him by the national Milk Industry oFundation. Faced with the greatest demand for milk ever known, the dairy industry's wartime record is outstanding, and never in history has there been such a steady flow of on, la son-in-la- w Le-jea- Eva Valentine were Monday visitors of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Hazel Summers. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Summers and family and Mrs. T. V. Summers were at a turkey dinner served by Mrs. Ervin Summers. Mrs. Ervin Summers and Mrs T. V. Summers and Miss Lola Summers were in Ogden Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Don Buxton and daughter, Sherii, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy ' children. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keller and Mrs. Marva Johnson and son, Bobby and daughter, Dorothy, of Ogden, were guests of relatives here on Sunday. Friday, October 13th was the 13th birthday anniversary of Jessie Lish. In the evening a party was given in honor of Miss Lish who is going to make her home in Ogden. The party was sponsored by her girl friends, Mildred Jean milk from American farms to so to be destined to be greater than Ancient Word many people, declares the nutritionists dreamed of in postAmen is an ancient Hebrew word war days." meaning true or faithful. Pi'rv figures emphasize the milk industry's help in the allied Sane Distance march to victory. Milk from 26, Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro In 1859 Col E. L. Drake struck 000,000 cows on o are the same distance from New oil at Titusville, Penn. the first oil the nation's farms literally girdles York city well in the United States. the earth in the wake of allied trras. It is gaining increasing recognition as the requirements of our armed forces, allies, e and liberated nations assume global proportions. Total farm milk production in Utah reached 305.000,000 quarts in 1943. Cows on Utah farms each produced an average of 2,271 quarts of milk. In addition to the large quantities consumed as fluid milk and cream, Utah milk was used for making 8.631,000 pounds rs lend-leas- Play Safe -- Beware of Egg Robbers g mites, ticks and fleas weaken birds, make them easy prey to diseases that cut egg production. But they can be controlled easily with Standard Poultry House Spray, the insect killer that stays active for days. And to step up egg production of listless, droopy hens, try dosing with Standard White Oil No. 9 U.S. P. an excellent mineral oil conditioner. Blood-suckin- Standard Poultry House Spray er Comes mixed, ready to use. Inexpensive, dime's worth covers more than 100 sq. ft Standard White Oil No. 9 U. S. P. is cot absorbed into system. Mix with feed to help movements and remove intestinal parasites. Non-irritatin- n, Au-ber- g, DAVE STANDER Distributor rhone 121 or S8-- J Tremonton m v, i.nii If --- --- ELWOOD ! three-quarte- Sudbury and Lavon Chidester, at the home of of creamery butter, 5,398.000 Mr. and Mrs. Duett Loveland Bin-g- x pounds of Cheddar cheese, 2,280,-00- 0 gallons of ice cream and subwas the entertainment of the amounts of other dairy stantial evening. A delicious tray luncheon was served. Roses and chrys- products. Utah's 1943 farm cash anthemums were used for decor- milk income totaled $15,020,000. ations. Hallowe'en favors were "Today, our annual production used. Roma Jean Hill and Audrey of 56,000,000.000 quarts of milk Meldrum of Elwood, were from provides our leading wartime out of town. The honored guests food," the foundation states, rewere Jessie Lish, J. Robert Love viewing the industry's part in the land and Vernon Heusser of Og- war effort in a new booklet, "Wartime Milk Facts." "Our armed den. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Duett forces get fresh mDk daily where-evLoveland had as dinner guests, possible along with huge Sgt. and Mrs. John Becker, from quantities of butter, cheese, ice Lincoln, Nebraska; Mrs. Harvey cream and other daiy products." Ault and son Tommie of Great Milk is in pharmaceuticals used Falls, Montana; Mrs. T. A. Carter, by military hospitals, butter from of Tremonton, and Mr. and Mrs. America helps restore Russian wounded to health; powdered milk T. R. Ault, of Deweyville. is important is emergency rations DaDeAn and Sunday, LaRae, llas Whitaker returned from Lay-to- on front lines. Cheese Is a valuable where they have been visit- help to Great Britain: China and Africa get milk powder and librelatives. ing Jessie Lish spent Thursday in erated youngsters are receiving U. y S. milk products. Ogden with her sister, Mrs. Slatter and family. "Americans enjoy the best milk Mrs. T. R. Ault was in Brig-ha- in the world with sanitary safeCity, Thursday. guards and wirespread distribuMr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner are tion," states the foundation. "This the proud parents of a baby girl. war has proved emphatically the Mother and baby are fine at a economy and value of milk as a hospital in Brigham City. They food containing vital components will be home in a few days. of the diet Postwar demands seem Loveland, Dorothy Scholer. u'u"u' Page Se?ea Wednesday evening, October 25 I at 9 p. m. in the Perry Ward hall there will be an old time dance and social honoring Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wagstaff on their golden wedding. All their friends and relatives are invited to participate in Q0'C o v ; this social. Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Green spent Thursday with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Hubbard, at Willard. ? Mrs. Newman Harris and children are spending their beet vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I a an Ira Anderson. The M. I. A. members enjoyed a very special treat Tuesday when an old seaman, Max Parman, related some of his experiences. He has been in the Navy since 1907 and has participated in two world wars. He had many pleasant as well as unpleasant experiences at sea, having served on one of the large luxury liners between the wars. Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Green spent the weekend in Logan with Jus sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bench, Mrs. Amos P. Hansen returned home from Salt Lake City where she spent several days last week. The special Era drive meeting Sunday was very successful. Milton Marble of Both well was the guest speaker and he related incidents showing how the Era had been an influence for good among our service men. Other numbers were a piano solo by Sherry Jean Peck, reading, Elizabeth Hansen: Bong, Junior Girls; a tribute to the members of our armed forces and a silent prayer for their safety was led by Joyce Hansen, Cpl. Warner Thompson represented all the service people when he thanked the ward for his own Era and for the are giving support our service men. they He ended his uk by singing the song, "When The Lights Go On All Over the World." This Again was very appropriate for a soldier. ' Nielsen, of Ogden, is visit-H?- S Ms uncle, Mr, and Mrs. Wayne K1 ha2T hc1ph,8r 01(5 - fc. f V . ; . - " V X American... ts mi's wmmmam a If-,'-- ' t ' "S 'if? y in get l in.- - it SiV ji- . - . . Mk.rj jt ' as many proteins Growth Vll,. mmmm i. 3tn fit inmili on your shoulders... of these as you possibly can A Suggestion: Have Toot FAEM IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED NOW Why wait until you are ready to use them? TT nV. TriTTrvn Bfrcksmitii m4JVVIlLljCi Ifeehiaw Worta' I i f t l T71 But Bsopie'f Wayi" J , bet Legume Seeds of legume seeds are Scnerally of low biologic value, but e" the seeds are heated andor supplemented with the amino acids. 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