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if TREMONTON XX VOLUME By COLLIER Jean Hersholt and is WAR BOND visit to Tremonton PREMIER SET "SriSid, of an Army traveling Announcement is made of the with the Sixth Bond Premier to be held at War wdl caravan The JJloaii drive. ftYflTl the Liberty Theatre on December MAntAHk in ircuiw"-ofornnnn Nov. 7th for all who have purchased )CI . from 4 to war bonds during the Sixth War I lOl nS1 return to Loan drive or after November 20. will then and .o'clock, Admittance to the premier will City, where tt wiu oe on be same by bond only. the 9 to 6 p.m. gjtoy from Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Fridal were hosts Sunday to several individ uals connected with the nation wide broadcast which originated at the Frfdal home that evening. Arrangements were made earlier in the week for special lines to the Fridal home when it was determined by telephone and radio officials that it was too far to run special lines to the Borgstrom home in Thatcher. Mr. Fridal, who has been a close friend of the Eorgstroms, offered the use of his home which was accepted. Jean Hersholt, the "Dr. Chris tian" of radio and movie fame, arrived in Tremonton about three o'clock, and together with technicians began preparations for the evening broadcast. With Mr. Hersholt were Ralph Hardy, Gene Halliday and Ray Paul and family cf KSL, together with telephone technicians and officials who spent the afternoon checking connections War Finance committee LwSwrinS the ,v ...,. ay...., . u :?pL ' : nH IM Theurer, chairman for C. Christopher-m- l Tremonton, and L. Garland chairman, will be in of the caravan in the two fAlma LOCAL BOARD FILLS NOVEM- caravan will be: and oper1 One movie projector BER QUOTA ilms. f combat war with ator driver. With (This j One scout car liU be able to take bond buyers The local draft board reports twelve at a time). the for free rides following Box Elder County , One armored car. (This vehicle men were accepted for active mijsas been under cover until the litary service at Fort Douglas on last few weeks). November 10, 1944: anti-tan- k 37 mm. gun I One For the Army David Earl Wghing 14 tons). Bott, Lee Squires Brough, Hor-to- n One combat veteran who will be LaMoine Hurd, Lloyd Lee jn a position to make a good war Boyd Parsons, Takeshi fSuded in the Sor-ense- Wat-anab- bond talk. I One exhibition LaVere n, Arnell Waddoups Dies After Accident Mrs. - ! Mrs. Mary Carlile died Monday afternoon 1 Waddoups at the Vall- ey hospital, where she was taken On November 12th, after falling from her bed, causing a fractured tip. I Mrs. Waddoups was in born England, June 27, 1857. and came to the United States with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Potter, in 1913. She married Mark Waddoups of Bountiful in 1919 in the Salt Lake femple. They lived at Bountiful totil her husband's death seven Jears ago, when she came to live 1th the Potters. Her sister, Mrs. Thomas Potter, is her only ives. near relative who surv- I Funeral services will be condat 1 o'clock in the Tremonton First Ward chapel with Bishop Wayne Sandall in charge, i Friends may call at Shaw & refers Funeral Home Friday until time for the service. toterment will be in the Boun-Jl ucted Friday ? cemetery. New .Post Coach Assumes At Bear River Homer Allred, former B. Y. wotball star and Lehi 1 U. basketball has joined the coaching staff Bear River and will assist Coach luJie Knudson in out carrying fPetitive sports at Bear River Legion and Auxil iary To Aid In Due to the fact that thousands of service men anl girls have been transferred and been sent to hospitals since the overseas mailing date, these boys and girls will not receive their gifts from home without the aid of special organizations and arrangements. The American Legion and Auxil iary, under their commander, Raf Christensen and Mrs. Wilma An derson are cooperating to assist in gathering 4,000 gifts for Utah men and women. Following is a list of suggested suitable gifts and directions for handling them: G. I. JOE BOOKS Mysteries, Classics, Bibles, Comics, Dictionaries, Westerns, Humor, (NO WAR STORIES), Maps of the USA, and the Maps of the books are best. World. Pocket-siz- e Stationery and Games Games, Playing Cards, Checker, Boards. Chess Sets. Cribbage Sets, Folding Writing Pads, Air Mail Stationery (a few Air Mail stamps), Fountain Pen, Pencils, Address Books, Picture Folders, lc Post Cards or Picture Post Cards. Toiletries Toilet Kits, Hair Conditioners, Pocket Combs, Foot Powders, Lotions, Shaving Soaps. Tooth Paste and Powder, Soaps, Cleansing Tissue (use for packing), Bath Towels and Talrrm Powder. Things To Wear Sleeveless Sweaters, Tee Shirts, Billfolds, Nice Handkerchiefs, Good Quality Sox, Bedroom Slippers. For The Smoker Pipes, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipe Cleaners, and Tobacco Pouches. Miscellaneous Identification Bracelets, Good end on th Y. U. dur Sun Glasses. Wash Cloths, Modelyear, and full-- ing Clay and Yo Yo Toy. w.,8 durig his soohomore venr G I JANE lJKe attending high school at Books a of the basket-team- s hail add G. I. Joe as Same for that went to the state Letter Paper, )l and '32. Lehi won third place Fancy Toiletries went on and Brushes, Nice Combs Hair lOllowinir tooi. ocv J Wirt Powder and Face wipiui; in the Dusting Soaps, state finals. Coach All- Lipsticks, DeIn '31, but switch-- j Powders, Cologne.Good Sun GlassRouge, odorants, center in 32 es, Cleasing Tissues. Nail Polish tx be swimming and Polish Remover, Compacts and to develop as Permanent Wave Sets, Pancake nopea 7 S?"1.48 that of year, Makeup, Bath Towels and Wash assistant cloths. etball coach, and will teach Notions ' '":a sym. Hair Nets, Clothes Pins. Skirt Hansrers, Khaki Zippers, Elastic bv the yard. Cellophane Bags. Yarn, Needle work (NO NEEDLES and Thrond OR SCISSORS), Cotton. Darning kSh,Moyle Knudson announced Things To Wear Scfi'-f- s nnfll 7).T, dy "ternoon that the Chamois Glove.s. Pnflan-r.ns- , ifrh 8011001 basketball Ped Sox. Ni"e Handkerchiefs Wm ld moct Coalville and Bedroom SI i oners. e mmit Pnckare to be v boys In the prire of G'ft ketball Doner to S5 00. to seagame of the ;Jt from S2.00 small 100,11 several evewhether Tto Km Friday ' o'clock. more expensive gift gifts or one IS?1 AUred Playi JJtan team at the B. frman , cs-P- I . - ii 13 "S !eriMU. ne Jrt HIGH SCHOOL MAKES ANALYSIS OF STUDENT HOURS SPENT IN HARVEST FIELDS Bear River students proved their factory was done by Bear River eagerness to help in the war ef- students. fort by engaging in many varied Many of the girls aided merchtasks while excused from school ants by clerking in the local stores. Christmas Gift Drive 4-- H DAY HELD Achievement The annual Day program was held in Tremonton First Ward hall Wednesday, November 15th. A very fine program was carried out by the clubs and club leaders. President Leo Leaders organizaMiller of the tion, was chairman. Special guests from Logan, in attendance, were Mr. David Sharp and Miss Fern Shipley, who are the state club leaders. County Agent Robert H. Stewclub art paid tribute to the leaders, who serve without pay to help raise a finer, stronger youth for our America. Thomas Summers, of Bothwell, talked on experiences of a club leader. He said, "Club leadership is an education. By giving, the leader also receives knowledge, between Tremonton and Los An- and valuable experience." Mr. Sharp told of the value of geles, where the broadcast wa3 club work, and praised the great put on the air. After rehearsing the script of contribution to the war effort the broadcast with Mr. and Mrs. made by the club leaders and club Borgstrom and son, Boyd, a de- members. Miss Shipley presented licious dinner was served by Mrs. ppecial awards which have been Fridal to the group. After the won bv the club members in broadcast other members of the Box Elder county. Presentation of Borgstrom family were guests at certificates was made by J. Leo the Fridal home. Nelson of Brigham, the key banker The fact that Mr. Hersholt has cf the county. gained much prominence as a Special awards made were to: radio and screen star, has not af- Fae Ann Huggins of Bear River fected his personality in the least City, a member of the 6th Year according to Mr. Fridal, who thor- Foods club. Miss Huggins is the oughly enjoyed the visit with the winner of the State Canning star. Both had very much In com award, her prize is a trip to Chimon as Mr. Hersholt was born cago sponsored by the Kerr Canand raised in Conenhagen, Den ning Co. Miss Elyse Johnson, a mark, while Mr. Fridal has also member of the 6th Year Foods been in Denmark, and the two en club, of Bear River City, won the joyed a pleasant conversation in Food Preparation contest. Her Danish. award Is a trip to Chicago as a Mr. Hersholt besides beine: very guest of the Servel Company. Miss Delone Summers won a trip active in public work, represents his native land as president of the to Chicago sponsored by Wilson n League, chair- Packing Company, for outstanding man of the U. S. Danish Relief. work in meat production. Delone and Is head of the Danish Brother was the high livestock judge of the hood in the United States. judging teams at the State Fair. For this she received a gold medal. Miss Ann Palmer won a gold medal in the Style Dress Revue. Ann won a blue ribbon at the To State Fair on a suit and she made in her work. won a gold Miss Monette Henrie The Cache Valley Civic Music Association i3 sponsoring a con- medal for her complete costume. cert by Jeanette Savran. famous She was also a blue ribbon winner pianist, on November 30th, for in the State Fair. members of their association. ArWar Bond winners in tile Na contests were Ralph rangements have been made bv tional the Bear River Vallev Concert Willie of Brigham for all around Association with the Cache Vallev club boy. Miss Ruth Noall won a organization to admit members of bond for her outstanding safety the local group to their concerts, work. Ruth's clever drawings were so those ho'ding season tickets in used this year on safety posters the Bear River society are invited which were displayed in every exto attend the concert at the Lofan tension office in the United States. Tabernacle at 8:15 next Thursday Jay Kotter and Floyd Eggli won the state sawing contest at the evening. Jeanette Savran, a young Amer State Fair. They received a crossican artist since her debut in 1943 cut wood saw as an award. Club work this year in Box Elat Carnegie Hall, has done many performances as soloist with major der County has been very successmaksymphony orchestras, among them ful. These boys and girls are the Philadelphia Orchestra under ing a definite contribution to the Leopold Stokowski. and three ap- war effort by helping on the home pearances during the past seeson front with the L03 Angeles Philhar Farmer-PoJiltrvme- n monic. 4-- H 4-- H 4-- H 4-- H e, truck with a dis- John Jensen, Roy J. Jensen,Windley, Claudplay of Artie and South Pacific ius Glen Petersen, Ernest Ross tLiiforms. Olsen, Robert Joseph White, and One officer in charge, Utaka Robert Ishida. i The bond drive in the various Orin Dennis For the Navy communities will be conducted by Adams, Adofo Mora Mendez, Cyril the following workers: Riverside, Mack Housley, and Forrest Junior Mrs. John H. Ward; Beaver Dam, Cagle. Mrs. Myron Hansen; Plymouth, Charles Hess; Fielding, Jed. L. Earl; Portage, Cy Gibbs; Thatcher, jeter C. C. Peterson; Elwood, Mrs. M. H. Hansen; Penrose, Mrs. Irene Shuman; Bothwell, Mrs. L. W. Allen; Deweyville, Mrs. Lettie Roland Burbank; Promontory. foombs, and Howell, Earl Wood. ANNUAL Borgstroms Guests of Fridals Sunday Saturday at 3 p.m. i- NUMBER TEN CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914 A DREAM OF THANKSGIVING War Caravan Here ty fiilriT( 0 for a three week harvest vacation extending from October 6 to October 30. A report compiled recently showed that 10,641 tons of beets were topped; 31,047 bushels of apples were picked; 600 sacks of potatoes picked up; 2,760 bushels of tomatoes picked; and 22,191 crates of celery cut Many students spent the three weeks working at the canning factory and the turkey processing plant, while a few actually herded turkeys. Work at the turkey plant consisted of pinning, waxing, wrap ping heads and feet, killing and packing. One or more students helped in all phases of the work. Some of the boys reported doing the fall plowing. Approximately 3,015 acres were plowed during the harvest vacation by Bear Riv- The total earnings of our students amounted to $33,736.66. The freshmen lead the other classes with the highest individual class to Theirs amounted earnings. $8986.67. Next came the juniors with $8408.33; then the seniors, $8330.06; and last the sophomores with $8010.76. Although the harvest vacation Srf3ed October 30, an appeal was made to every boy to don his work clothes, pick up his knife and assist in the belated beet harvest. A -- proximately 100 patriotic boys responded to the call and came to school ready for work where they were assigned to various farmers and left the school for the beet 'fields. Yes! The students of Bear River high are doing a tremendous job by cooperating with the farmers, er boys. merchants and the different corAcres of grain drilled amounted porations throughout the valley. to 5,475. Bear River students are really disa share show playing the true American spirit. that good Reports B. R. H. S. Searchlight of the work at the U and I sugar LOCAL BOARD IMMUNIZATION ANNOUNCED red-blood- ed FARM BUREAU HOLDS ELECTION CLINIC ranish-America- 4-- H Concert Association Members Invited Concert top-co- 4-- H The ladies of the East Tremonton Farm Bureau met at the home of Mrs. John O. Garfield last Wed nesday. An election of officers was held resulting in the selection of Mrs Emily York as president; Mrs. P E. Ault, Vice president; Mrs. Sey mour Hill, secretary; Mrs. Doris Fridal, director, and Mrs. George Abbott as hold over director. UNCLE OF EARL SHUMAN Miss Bessie Hanson, the county FORMF.R VALLEY BURIED IN NEVADA demonstrator, and Miss Ethel Pal- RESIDENT DIES mer, N. B. E. H. D. director, were this word Earl Shuman received Ray Major died at a Logan hospresent. his of uncle, death of the week week after an extended NeMrs. Clyde Morris gave Ernie pital this George Shuman, of Caliente, illness. Mr. Major will be rememPyle's book, "Here's Your War," bered by many people of the valvada. was greatly appreciated by which Shuman Mr. his wife, Besides ley as a former resident and friend. is survived by a brother, Ward W. those present His recent home has been in Delicious refreshments were Providence. He was a son of Mrs. Shuman, of Ogden, a daughter, Elsie Cromer, three grandchildren served by the hostess, assisted by Rosina B. Dodd, and a grandson Mrs. Doris Fridal and Mrs. P. E. of and one Grandma, Jane E. Brough. conducted Ault were services Funeral He is survived by his wife, the in Caliente on Tuesday. former Venice Tibbetts of ProviW.C.T.U. SrEECII MEET dence, and six children, also four BLUE STAR sisters and three brothers. TO BE HELD TUESDAY MOTHERS TO MEET Funeral services will be conbecontest The at the Providence Second ducted public speaking The next regular meeting of the Women's the Wand held sponsored ing by be will Chapel, Saturday at 1 Blue Star Mothers will & Christian Union, Temperance o'clock. Saturday in the Utah Power be held next Tuesday evening In 3 o'clock. at building Light M-- 3 El van Korth and family the Special Interest class of the M. to I. were Ward dinner guests on Sunday at First A., according FIRST WARD M. I. A. DANCE announcement the home of June Baird in Fieldby Mrs. Axel In observance of the diamond president. ing. Three judges will be present to jubilee of the Y.W.M.I.A. organizathe make the decision on the particition, a dance will be held at First Ward Tuesday after mutual. pants. A free immunization clinic will be held at the McKinley school, Saturday, November 25th from 10:00 to 11:00 a. m. Typhoid booster shots, diptheria smallpox vaccine innoculations, be will given. Whooping cough serum will also be given to children from 6 months to five years. great-grandchil- d. Fred-rickse- n, N DATE SET FOR SECOND WARD BAZAAR Arrangements are being made by the Second Ward Relief Society to hold their annual bazaar on December 9th. Place and time of its opening will be announced later. Mr. and Mrs Garland Puzey are spending the Thanksgiving holiday In Magna with their parents. Cooperative $78,0G0 Share Refund "Every farmer and poultryman who purchased feed or farm sup plies from the Utah Poultry Cooperative As'sn during 1942-4is now sharinsr a $78.- 000.00 patronage refund," announ ces II. M. Blackhurst, assistant general manager. "0'ir food department contrib utes $45,000.00 in the redemption of feed certificates dated July 1, 1942, while the farm supply division returns $33,000.00, as a patronage refund. All feed certificates carrv an additional 5 per cent, which is calculated when the certificates are rr?sentpd for payment," states Mr. Blackhurst. "Patronage refunds." continues Mr. Blackhurst. "are authorized by our board of directors. At their dis cretion reserves accumulated in any department egg, feed, poultry, farm supplies in excess of operational costs are returned to the member. Members should kon Reicent Births in close touch with thHr branch Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Grover, of manager to secure tho.se funds Eat Garland, a boy, November 19. whn they are available." Mr. and Mrs Jess Fallows, cf Blvirt Creek, a WesW Gephart Is serving on the November 20 Mr. and Mr? Elmer Hill, of Gar-lar- Vorfprai Jurv in Salt Ike! He ha, been there all last week. a gtrl. November 17. Mr. pud Mrs. John Good p. of Mr. end Mrs. Joe B"rges.'J ami Tremonton. a bov, November 17. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hodges, of Mr. and Mrs. Frark Meldrum Tremonton, a girl. November 21. wore ruests for Thanksgiving at Mr. and Mrs. PJchard Rock, a the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Christensen at Arlmo, California. girl, November 21. JIOSPINEW should be purchased. Rjeolal Note 1 Every package to contain name and address o donor. 2 Properly wrap packages. Attach tag showing con3 takof tents pnekage. (This to be PatienO to the er, off before given 4 State whether package 13 for man or woman. 5 packages roust be DELIVLEO-TOERED to locM AMERICAN beor on AUXILIARY and 1944. 10, DECEMBER, fore at 4-- H lv. d, ito-duce- rs 3.