|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
mi-era-- ' W. VOSCO 2, 1914 tiansea was speaker and bis wH Chris- - residered a vocal eokx The Ctrj. Uariser-are former residents Sanpete county. Mrs, Chrt-i- r was Lwe2a Kes of Wales, Utah the j The Ixal Gene&Iogscal society,! er war-i- w here c Hewett Toi- - J The prizes under the in entertained ti '-r t Pre- nan. were eccr.:rr award for the best ElP-av3et aM Mrs. Chrusjisen ed to Lfcrrothy Peterson, as a Sunday grri, 1st prize; Lultere Ai--, tf tie Logan Tenplrr, ,A Suggestion: der5 ri, as a pirate, 2nd prize; ar--i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.y Have Tour A C. Se;c;oi3 tray Averse!. Tolman, &3 a fcr tii? t'A s, DIPIXMENTS FAEM mem25 was to luncheon served James V.tgit fcch'xji t 1st ar-- the guests EEPAIEED NOW bers, The th:r partners &3 H:"Jrr. 2rvi jrae. evr,? was playing1 games. Cc5os' of hociior, fxkwm a meetuig' of Why wait until you are ready the Eotiwea. Penrose a.rJ Tbaich- and jrxh were seared. to use them? everur.g; in irard hall Tuesday form (A a CALL .t s ie. : lia-T-lii.- J y i.- t-c-i I tye at Eirth Ri ds i .t H. C. ROHDE Ernie Pyles Slant on the War: Arabs Profit by Yanks Liberal Trading Policy V r (tiiioft Sou): For State Senator On The Republican Ticket His Tenia!, likeable personality aUy qualifies him for the task of seeing that Box Llder County obtains its share of consideration at the coming meeting of the You help yourself when you vote for Legislature YY. Vosco Call election day. Paid Poetical Adv. by Box Eider County PyU relates Committee of hit rjrrmrr mhile he He it nam taking t&n$-t4- tm Africeit cmznpeifn. were fierce, and The we draped r.evtir.g over our hesds. We were in a tort of big ditch right alongside an Ar ab mosq-iitoe- s E- -t neither the graves nor the mosPleasant. While in ML Peasant ,r quitoes bothered they were the guests of Mrs. us that night, for Wight's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olwe were tired son. and wisdburned, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Peterson, and before we Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wight and of Brigftara, were the guests of knew it morning Mr. on Alben and Mrs. weekend Borgstrom children visited wer the come and a had Ernie Pyle with relatives in Provo and Mt- - Thursday. hot sun was The people of the entire ward into our squinting down beaming with only a few exceptions, attended the Memorial services for eyes. And what should those sleepy eyes the Borgstrora family and all behold but two Arab boys standing others who had lost sons and over our bedrolls, holding out right daughters in the war, at Garland eggs. It was practically like a New on Sunday. Yorker cartoon. For all I know they Mr. and Mrs. Lynn O. Clark and may have been standing there all children vis led for several days night last week with relatives at YosL At any rate they had come U While there they were the g"uests the right place, for we were of Mrs. Julia Clark, definitely la the market for Mrs. Florence Udy and children, eggs. They wouldn't sell of Riverside, were the guests of cur Bsftoey, m wa dog iat Mrs. Udy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. larder box and got four eggs La D. Earl Adams for several days trade for three little ce0phaae last week. packets of hard casdy. Then we started aQ over again and got LeRcy Bunnell, of Trerooiiton. was the principal speaker at our fm more eggs for a pack of ward corJerence here Sunday evecigarettes. We thooght ft a good trade, but ning:. found later that the trading ratio Mrs. Margaret Johnson has rewhich the Germans had set up turned to her home here follow ahead of us was one cigarette for one ing1 a month's stay at Pocatello. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. MeMr. egg. We Americans have to ruin !" of coarse. But as one Durfey. soldier said: Mr. and Mrs. Lyman ZoOinger "If I want to give $50 for an egg and children went to Providence Sunday evening to attend a tes- It's my busiresi ar i my $50. And timonial in honor of their parents, from all I've seen of Arabs an extra Candidate for Mr. and Mrs. H. Zollinger, who will franc or two ain't gonna hurt them Dint. 1st in the near future for Texas, any." leave Congressional where they will labor as mission-srie- s All this transpired before we bad for the L. D. S. Church. V vote for Stringham is a vote out of our bedrolls. But the got According: to word received by for principle above party. traders didn't leave. As we youthful Star Mary S. Newman, the Blue were putting on our pants each boy K practical man. Mothers of this ward are asked whisked a ahoeshining box from to make 20 dozen cookie for the under his burnoose ka experienced legislator. and went after O. U. S. at Brigham City. our shoes. Then when we started a Author of School Lunch BI1L Miss Helen Wight and Miss Irva fire and were feeding it with sticks, A civic leader. Ray came up from Ogden Saturone of the boys got down and blew A business man, stockman and j day and visited with their parents. on the Same to make it burn better. until Sunday evening-farmer. It was easy to see that we had On Wednesday evening of next A man who has a background acquired a couple of body servants. week the Primary association will The boys were kerdiag- about both as an employee and emhold a carnival at the ward hall . two dosea goats to some Bear by ployer. with fish ponds, games, hot dogs clover. Now and Uvea oae of lis slogan is "Vote regardlesi and Christmas gifts galore. Buy them would nta over and chase of your choice of candidates. your gifts at the carnival. Old and the goats back aearer U oar Let America speak fully. We called ottr Voy Moyoung are invited. camp. A. held a very sucI. M. The hammed aad the other Abdullah, 4m lixisrsl Craimwul (PmU iwlik cessful Hallowe'en party at the seemed to tickle them. They CwaatllM. Lf uj were happy boys of a boat U. One of them tried on my goggles. He seemed to imagine that he looked wonderful In them, and giggled and made poses. He didn't know the goggles were upside down. Also he didn't know that I was hoping fervently his eyes weren't as diseased as they looked. The beys told as la French that the Germans had made them work at an airport, opening gas cans and doing general Cunky work. They said the Germans paid them 23 francs a day, which Is above the local scale, but It turned out they were German-printefrancs, which of course are now absolutely worthless. Oar self - appointed helpers faulted sticks for cs, poured water eat at oar big caa aad helped as wash oar mess kits. They kept blowing In the fire, they cleaned up all the scraps oil Hew can a around ear bivouac, they lifted ear heavy bedrolls into the jeep Much gasoline loss is caused by gradual ring and for as, aad jost as we were comprescylinder wear. Gas mixtures then "blow-by,- " ready to leave they gave oar shoes a final brnshtng. sion is reduced, pcrtormance gets rough. KPM Motor sticks tight on hoc Wt paid them with three cigarettes Oil slows this wear 'way down and two sticks of gum each, and or cold metal surfaces, insures cold motors against extra starting wear, protects critical hot spots on long they were delighted. When we were ready to go we use Standard's runs. For more mileage, less wear shook hands all around, 1UJM iUotor uu. smiled and saluted. And then ooe of the boys asked apologetically if we could give them one more thing maybe. We asked what It was they wanted. You'd never guess. He Tretnonton Phone 121 or wanted an empty tin can for his goats to chew on. Wt gave him one. -- -' THATCHER fr tough-lookin- g D. II. SaHngliam . - good-nature- d, d motor DAVID STANDEE save gasoline? 1 rimming I 1 i ere extensively used for fringes acd tas-- j sels after they became popular &j trimmings in the 17di cer.tury. Chemical CempGnnd Ah-- is a mixture of gases and it cot a chemical compound. rt in? 7Mi 1 K in " uv' tiih ih f,M j reit in S ew Mexico. NORTHERN TL'ISIA. One night at Kairouan three of us correspondents, finding the newly taken town filled with newly arrived British and American troops, just drove out of town into the country and camped for the night. We didn't put up a tent. We just slept in the open. graveyard. j- Popular Brats, silver and gold mres to-- 1 &aufJoy tLiruif ike aijt lor that reason is relatively large la respect to other parts cf the body I ' Infantry the Underdogs of African Battles Carried on Without Fanfare By Ernie Pyle ! i ; Blackftmith and Maehuse Work "Mer.ds Everything But People's Ways" s At birth the human eye U two-thirof its adult size. r-.'- sf-er- Thursday, November - BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, TREMONTON, UTAH VOTE NOVEMBER SEVENTH ? ma w we correspondents now ga around calling each other Hadji, since most cf us have crossed the city lir.e more than seven times. Another word we've adopted is "djebeL It's Arabic for bill or mountain. On the maps every knob you see Is Djebel This or Djebel That So we also call each other DjebeL and if you think that's silly, well, we have to have something to laugh at We're now with an infantry outfit mat has battled ceaselessly for four days and nights. This northern warfare has been in the mountains. Yon don't ride much any mere. It is walking and climbing and crawling country. The mountains aren't big, bet they are constant. They are largely treeless. They are easy to defend and bitter to take. Bat we are taking them. The Germans lie on the back slope of every ridge, deeply dug into foxholes. In front of them the fields and pastures are hideous with thousands of hidden mines. The forward slopes are left open, untenanted, and if the Americans tried to scale these slopes they would be murdered wholesale in an inferno of machine-gucrossSre plus mortars and grenades. Consequently we don't do It that way. We have fallen back to the old warfare of first pulverizing the enemy with artillery, then sweeping around the ends of the hiH with Infantry and taking them from the sides and behind. tnresf in the Bed! tJ& Tit PEH3Li-OF- WOOL Eko MELTON JACKET, The famous will soo yea dependably throagh winter's worst weather. It's packed with power for swift, tare starting! Great big button- - p eoHax, roomy pockets, fall cut sleeves and armholes. Kary hint, A real n style I. 13.45 Penna-ldf- e he-ma- j1 j - VJY:q izi'i'X mm Mfm V Cherry Blossom INNER TnirP7Tf Til? i I! Soch style fctdnlsirmgt j J 1 a. IWS 12.00 -- K iy V7L a cherry blossoms. 53 pieces. Sorvlcofoet V 1. ns Ct- -- f,i s 5C 5o95 yv ruH eat and APfl Beautiful ware sprinkled with exqnlsitely colored r T. Ifr incns tan iI I J K R smartly tai- - 4f fA tored. Nottco the doable Packet,. for their Very 1 Eichl VJwnl Rockin9 Chair 11 r Vi 3IISS PEVAFORE 4.98 NJ A She has moving eyes with glamour girl lashes! Lovely lifelike carls. Completely and beautifully dressed. crash of artillery. die-age- 100 E 4 P, rib-bo- The men are walking. They are 50 feet apart, for dispersal. Their walk is slow, for they are dead weary, as you can tell even when looking at them from behind. Every line and sag of their bodies speaks their inhuman exhaustion. Oa their shoulders aad backs they carry heavy steel tripods, machine-gu- n barreLs, leaden boxes of a munition. Their feet seem to sink into the ground from the overload they are bearing. They don't slouch. It Is the terrible deliberation of each step that spells out their appalling tiredness. Their faces are black and unshaven. They are young men, but the grime and whiskers and exhaustion makes them look tiid In their eyes as they pass is not hatred, not excitement, not despair, "Hadji" U the Arab word used in not the tonic of their victory there place of "Sir" before the name of is Just the simple expression of beanybody who has Journeyed to Mecing here as though they had been ca and become holy. Seven journeys her doing this forever, and nothing to Kairouan equal one to Mecca, so else. a d BATTERY n Onr artillery has really been sensational. For once we have enough of something and at the right time OSScers tell me they actually have more guns than they know what to do with. All the guns ia any one sector can be centered to shoot at one spot And when we lay the whole business oa a German bin the whole slope seems to ernpi. It becomes an unbelievable cauldron of are and smoke and dirt, Veteraa German soldier say they have never beea throng anything like It I love the Infantry becaase they are the anderdegs. They are the boys. They have no comforts, and they even learn to live without the necessities. And In the end they are the guys that wars can't be won without I wish you could see Just one of the ineradicable pictures I have in my mind today. In this particular picture I am sitting among clumps of sword-gras- s on a steep and rocky hillside that we have Just taken. We are looking out over a vast rolling country to the rear. A narrow path comes like a s over a hlH miles away, down a long slope, across a creek, up a slope and over another hilL AH along the length of this ribbon there is now a thin line of men. 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