|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
1911 'Mi Ti TLtuhit i I 'jT TREMONTOX CITY, UTAH, XX VOLUME "1 HTj RSD A Y, NOVEMBER Will Continue To Guide Nation and State Republicans Win Majority of Offices in County lL ..w - f fSa Wight and Orlando Republican candidates rtimmissi oners, won and Osey Jenson, incumbent, trze Abbott, Democrats. Walter Republican, won over torze S. Mason, Democrat in the i S. for county attorney. an unofficial tab-Ltic- m J Following on how the votes were cast First and Second 3 Tremonton ittee and Garland. precincts the op-- i place, Preece (R) Reese (D) 204 188 198 198 203 192 203 194 201 193 166 226 207 189 205 189 205 3ee(R) 191 (D) Sisler (R) Sateman (D) farnsworth (R) Morrison (D) Harris (R) Seteon (D) 208 182 188 209 213 185 204 189 205 190 143 252 162 235 133 262 163 234 (D) Roosevelt attack eration lorning, 3ewey (R) Thomas (D) fed Bennion and (D) Stringham (R) fade (D) Ivans (R) yoffe (D) eratiot as (R) Granger re- - EcCrea (R) Kaw (D) KINS (R) fonson (D) Lee seur (R) Collard Motor. idams (D) Giles s 3all (R) Ward (D) ul (R) STrtensen (D) "isr (R) lenson (D) fight (R) Abbott (D) Allen (R) lason (D) iann (R) Amendment Tea 2 195 152 191 156 196 152 194 153 200 149 158 188 192 155 193 153 196 149 197 149 176 170 204 144 198 148 196 150 141 206 148 200 132 214 147 19 land 307 180 302 185 300 186 266 184 305 178 295 192 315 175 305 178 305 178 311 171 268 214 310 174 316 169 308 175 244 243 273 213 270 250 251 238 - - Amendment Borgstrom's Now Listed As Dead t 148 24 186 29 121 40 154 54 So I It was secure suffcounty to fve a tabulated return by pre-impossible to data on the m una issue Memorial Service Sunday For Voy G. Anderson f The I 9 Education, his candidacy, RELIEF SOCIETY PLANS than 15 days preceding BUSY DAY and election from the 15 days. ?ndidate mv fil personally elf or five or more citizens u0 Ior a candidate. Ty are excluded Announcement H. N. -- SSI F lS a farmer from out 1183 moved Ws family children can In to 18 j to fchoci Yaltons are livlng' I" ar King, Ellen Crompton, Archibald, Leonard L. Bishop and Mrs. Franke B. Johns. Announcements of the testimonial and invitations to participate are being sent to over three thousand former students as fast as the being called in can to assist prepare their mailing lists. "Hundreds have voiced their desire to see some fitting public expression of good will and appreciation for the service of Mr. Smith, and the older alumni are happy to respond to the suggestion that they take the initiative in such a move. We are certain that every former student of the school will want to assist in every way possible to make the proposed testimonial a complete success," states Mr. Hansen. - The exercises, which will consist of a program, reception and dance, will be held at the Bear River high school. Blue Star Mothers Fill Vacancies At the last meeting of the Blue Star Mothers on Saturday, two officers were chosen to act as Mrs. secretary and historian. Blanche Brenkman was chosen to mircAed Mrs. Anna Meister, D d, l Mr iT9 3 ! Kartin Riser of A. uartand, a boy, November ). 'n!? J Ka.lt TAke. MEMBERS ATTEND Dr. Darrel Chase of Logan, was r.T-the principal speaker at the ser- REGIONAL MEETING vice, and the music was furnished Mrs. Eph Jensen, Mrs. Waldo vMrs- - PWlUp Pack, a by the Musicians Union of S'Jt Grant, Mrs. A. w. itviung, mber Lake. Mr Giles and Mrs. Wwley Reed AricI Sorenson, of The Beckstcads, Mr. and. Mrs. . the soastons of the attended hart Arch Mra. November 8Ut. Garland Puzey, and Vr. convenm. Member Z Tn- - Chan Cornwall a Richardson went down for the tion at Logan lastregional weeX. 6th. funeral ) ! BUlh Mrs- - 7th-We'- n v' his Republican opponent, J. Bracken Lee. Governor Maw enters uion bis second term. The gubernatorial race in Tuesday's election was the closest of the state ballotinsr. It was not a definite victory until late Wednesday evening. Garland Woman Accidentally Shot Mrs. Fred Nye, of Garland, i3 in the Valley hospital receiving treatment for gun shot wounds, received in an accident at the family home, Tuesday. According to reports received at the Leader office, a son of the family had been out hunting and md laid the gun down upon his return home. When Mr. Nye pick ed up the gun later, it discharged, going through a door panel and striking Mrs. Nye who was in the next room. She was struck in the back of the shoulder. Latest reports are that she is recovering. County Youth Week November 20 to 26 n, who Mrs. and California, to moved has FATirER OF MRS. Edna Ward was selected to act a-BURIED IN historian for the organization. SALT LAKE CITY Mrs. Florence Beard, national Funeral services were conducted vice president for the Western diWednesday in Salt Lake for Alfred vision gave a very interesting rePress father of Mrs. Ross Beck-stea- port of the national meeting which who passed away Sunday she attended in Toledo, Ohio last at the family home there. month. Also surviving are another Mrs. Ira Fridal spent Monday daughter, Mrs. C. F. Burnham, and two sons, Ted and Dudley, all of in Ogden visiting. BECK-STEA- governor of the State Utah by a narrow margin over Re-elect- ed of Bear River High Alumni Plan Testimonial in Honor of Clarence E. Smith is made by Mr3. Stohl that next Tuesday in the Second Ward Relief Society meeting, a full day of sewing activity will be held in preparation for the annual Relief Society baISHOP YVA T zaar. Members are invited to come TAT at ten o'clock and stay all day. HOME Scissors, thimbles, crochet hooks Purchased the will be used, and each member Jamea Walton and should bring her own. Sm ken this week. possession y f py the popular vote of the people to guide the destiny of the U. S. A. in the final stages of war, and in the post-wera. President Roosevelt added another "first" to his record by being elected President of the United States for a fourth term. The county commissioners have designated the week of November Duane 20 to 26 as Box Elder County Box Elder of election. day of filing HERBERT B. MAW Re-elect- ed Wal-dro- m P J less D. ROOSEVELT - H 5 FRANKLIN r Election S3 I Several thousand alumni of the Bear River high school will join in a mammoth testimonial in honor of their high school principal, Clarence E. Smith, on December 9th, if present plans mature, announces Warren Hansen, chairman of a committee of former students who have been laying plans for the event for several months. Mr. Smith presided over the destinies of the school from, its founding until last spring, when he was given a new assignment by the district. Mr. Hansen was presi dent of the first student body organization after the school was installed in its quarters on the pres ent site. Included on the committee arranging for the exercises are several students who attended the school during its first years and who graduated with the first groups to receive Bear River diplomas. Assisting Mr. Hansen are Mrs. Erma Henry Summers, general secretary; and the following committee chairmen: Russell Ruth Johnson, Alma W. Bishop Fred Hansen, of the Evans ward will conduct MemorTo Hold School ial services for TSgt. Voy G. Anderson on Sunday at 5 o'clock in poard the Second Ward Chapel. Voy was struck by an airplane A school board election will be in ....ew Guinea, and with two J Vld in representative precinct No. others of his group were killed wh'ch includes Garland, East instantly, according to informajVlar4 Collinston, Portage, Bea-f- 8 tion sent by the War Department. Dam, Riverside, Fielding, Plymouth, on Wednesday, December 1944, for the purpose of elect-- GROUP TO ATTEND a school board member from WAR BOARD MEETING m representative precinct, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shnber, Alma i The term of office is five years. Mrs. Adam Brenkman Theurer, Salifications are that the person and F. E. Kespler will be in Salt f5 and remain a resident of that Lake, Friday to attend the meetfPresentative precinct nnd a qual-and registered elector. The ing and luncheon of the State War held at Hotel Utah. requires that all candidates Board, to be n North ?rn i Business houses of Tremon ton will be closed Saturday, Armistice Day, according to Ervin Stohl, chairman of the Merchants' Committee. Future Farmers No. 2 les icient to With the delivery this week of the fourth such message, to Mr. and Mrs. Alben Borgstrom, their fears have been confirmed, and they must now adjust their lives to not expecting any of these sons to return home. Pvt. Rulon ' Borgstrom, twin brother of Rolan, has been listed as missing in France since late In September. The word came of his death this week by special messenger from Ft. Douglas, Utah. Mrs. Borgstrom has said since he was reported as missing that she felt he was dead. Members of the family who sur vive are the parents, Boyd and Eldon Borgstrom, at home; Mrs. Leslie Hawks, Blue Creek; Mrs. William Burton, Thatcher; Mrs. Sanford Smith, Promontory. At- Announcement is made by President C. E. Smith that Ezra T. Benson, of the Council of the Twelve and Lee Palmer will be in attendance at the Bear River Stake Conference Saturday and Sunday. This will be the first visit of these men to this stake and a good attendance is desired. Meetings at this conference will be held as follows: Saturday at 8 p. m. for Stake Presidency and High Council; Sunday at 9 a. m. for Stake Priesthood meeting and Relief Society. A General Board member will be present at the Relief Society meeting and an invitation is extended to all the women of the Stake to attend this meeting. The general session at 10:30 a. m. and at 2:00 p. m, and a meeting for the bishoprics and Aarotiic Priesthood leaders at 4 :30 p. to. Much of the program at this conference will be devoted to tho youth of the church. M.I.A. To Hold Session Sunday evening at the Tabernacle, a meeting will be conducted by the M. I. A. Stake Board in commemoration of the Diamond Jubilee of the organization of the Y. W. M. I. A. All Bee Hive girls of the Stake are expected to be present wearing their bandlos. They, with the Junior and Gleaner Girls will occupy the main section of the tabernacle. All officers of both the Y. W. and Y. M. M. I. A. will also be expected to be present A General Board member, Mrs. Goddard, will be in attendance, Tremonton Stores To Close Saturday ' y" Fourth Son Of No. 1 $o Benson To X Hortensen, v Allen. T. Morning Sessions To Feature Aaronic Priesthood Work; Other Organizations To Sleet Hountv failed to fol TELEPHONE DIRECTORY na- TO GO TO PRESS lead of the sUte and -election, by elect- A new telephone directory will to a majority of Republicans be printed soon by the Bear River offices. Mathias, Democrat, won Valley Telephone Company. Anychair one desiring a change either in I dfete representative's business or home phone should lTo?VOU while Clifton G. notify the manager by Nov. 13th. won over J. Advertisers should also contact i Kerr Republican, Democrat, in Dis- - Mr. Chiodo before that time. j tis Ezra tend Stake Conference j re, NUMBER EIGHT 9, 1944 Parent-Teache- rs Youth week. It is recommended that during the week, schools, churches, clubs, civic organizations, homes and other groups will emphasize the place of importance which youth hold in our society. Adult citizens are asked, individually, to select a youth who is at life's crossroads and, as a friend, help him to clear his vision, change some attitude, break an objectionable habit, remodel some idea. Youth should be helped to understand that in our democratic society, citizens have duties, responsibilities, and obligations to meet as well as rights, privileges, and opportunities. In connection with this move, President C. E. Smith will talk at the Tremonton First Ward on the 19th of this month. A full response to this invitation of the commissioners will give the youth of our county a rich experience. Make Good Show- ing at Ogden According to a report given by LeRoy Bunnell, of the Bear River high school Future Farmers Association, the boys of the club made a good showing at the Ogden Livestock show this week. Eight members exhibited their stock; among them were Reed Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eph Jensen, who took a grand champion carload of fat lambs; Willard Anderson of Bothwell, with a champion pen of fat barrows. Willard also took second place with his individual fat barrow. Dale and Darwin Hansen, of Elwood, had a carload of fat Shorthorn steers, which graded choice. These steers sold at 30c per hundred under the price paid for the grand champion carload. Ralph Miller, Mack Hansen and Lee Iverson took 8 head of beef, which graded good; George Jr. also made a good show- American-Japanes- e ing with his feeding Herefords. Frank Taylor of Bear River City, Mitchell Hess and Boyd Joseph-so- n of Plymouth bought 20 head Pfc. Joseph H. Kato, son of Mr. of Hereford heifers to put on the Mrs. Taijyu Kato, was killed and range, and Frank Taylor purchas in October 16th in France, action ed a Painter bull. while serving in Uncle Sam's army, according to a telegram received by his parents, Saturday. Parent-Teache- rs The young man was born 2, 1920, and was inducted February 6, 1942, at Monterey California. He left for overseas In A meeting of the Tarents and August, this year. The family has teachers of McKinley school will lived in Tremonton since February, be held next Thursday night, No- 1943. vember 16th at the school buildOther members of the family ing. serving Uncle Sam are a brother Parents of all students of the and a sister, Sgt Henry Y. Kato school are urged to attend and be- who is overseas, and Cadet Nurse come acquainted with the work Kiyo Kato of St Mark's hospital of the school and their children. in Salt Lake City. Other members The various teachers will meet of the family who survive are with the parents of their children Yasuto, Chiyemi Sakuda, Akiko at 7:30 in the different rooms, and and Sumiko Kato. In the near a general meeting will be held be- future, the family expects to have two others in the service, one by ginning at 8 p. m. Induction and another girl as a Cadet Nurse. Shu-ma- n, Killed In France Feb-i-ua- Schedule Meeting Washakie Man Wins Medal For Heroism SSgt. Frank L. Timbimboo, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moroni Timbimboo, of Washakie, has been awarded the soldier's medal for heroism at great risk of life at an allied bomber base in Italy. His citation states that when a 4 was acciflare gun on a dentally shot off by ground crew men Just prior to taking off on a bombing run, thereby setting the bomber on fire, Sgt. Timbimboo secured a fire extinguisher and rushed to the scene. Heedless of flames and the danger of explosion he entered the plane and attempted to put out the blaze. Forced to leave the plane be cause of smoke, he it cut off the main switch and got the flames under control. He then extricated a trapped ground crew Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bowcutt member and assisted him to safeof Riverside, have received their ty. third letter from the government concerning the whereabouts of their son, SSgt Elaine Bowcutt. Blaine has been missing since April 26, 1944. He was leading a combat patrol near Padliguone, Programs for Armbrtice Day will Italy. As the patrol was advancing be conducted by the American were fired shots a enemy up creek, and Blaine ordered the group to legion under the direction of Ed Stenquist, chairman. The program take cover. seen as at McKinley School will be held was last Bowcutt Sgt He back. was the patrol Friday at 11 o'clock. Similar propushed was in actual combat for 85 days grams will also be given at the up to the diy he was reported Elwood and Bear River schools. Due to the football game for the missing. The people of the valley extend hifh school, their program will be their sympathy to the George Bow- held at 11 o'clock on Monday. cutt family during this lorg anxMrs. N. E. Shaw left Thursday ious period of time. last week for Mississippi, where Jimmy Fridal is visiting at home Hhe will accompany Mra Glenn with his mother, Mra Ira Fridal. Wyatt and two children home by He has ben working In California car. Ootaln Wyatt is being transferred to a new location. roccntrjr. Blaine Bowcutt Still Missing ry B-2- Scout Meeting Set For Monday An important meeting for all scouters and boy leaders will be held Monday evening in the Gar- land ward chapel at 7:30. Those expected to be present include the stake presidency, members of the ward and stake Aaronic Priest hood committees, superintendencies of the M. I. A. from all wards. Scout leaders, Explorer leaders and bishops. Regional representatives from Ogden will be present and a good attendance is desired. War Fund To Finish Drive ed Legion Plans Anmisticc Programs Announcement is made by L. J. Cummings chairman of the United War Fund in this section of the county, that he desires all who have not yet contributed to the fund, do so within the next few days, and that all workers report in so that the drive may be completed by next Tuesday. A splendid contribution has been received, but everyone Ls urged to take part in this endeavor. SEAGERS MOVE TO SALT LAKE Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Seager have moved to Salt Lake to spend the winter months, where Mr. Seager expects to work in the genealogical library. They have rented their home to Bishop James Walton, Edith Foxley. of Salt Lake City, spent Sunday at the home of herparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. IL Foxley, before leaving for New York Qty.