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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
I 4m TOEMOXTOX CIT; UTAH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1911 Sugar Factory Ends lfwr i ct fKSt problems. some 114,-- J factory processed tnns of beets and over 323,000 labor sugar was produced from content this crop. The sugar cem uiguer vear has been five per ten average, year the past of beets the price making thereby was anticipatethan little higher d The crop also has been a little loiter than the past average, be-ihund15 25 tons per acre. A few reason lost been by red tons have in the of inability to secure help Ls of m n? cold, wet weather. the harvest season was in operation, when the factory over 300 me company employed with men and women. Connected about 220 factory operations itself, The campaign people are employed. Through been continuous has through the LUTHER BUR-BAN- church. j & leak-pro- of Tre-mont- on, 4 Prtfessir!11 fon . NW Z ,.CUston,rs the "Jnc ap'1 sincere an- ths friendship and year "w.- - HJ;1frfn u.nw. hoajv. nor ness and of Tremon- Sea-or'-- 's p vasi 01(5 men m uie are also ex- - e manv service men this valley T1" ln a,mot every J the earth An invitation is extended by the management of the Liberty Theatre to all residents of the valley who are 65 or over, to be their guests at a showing of "The Very Thought of You," starring Dennis Morgan and Eleanore Parker, from m. on Christmas Day. Regular matinee prices will be charged to all other patrons, 3:30 to 6 p. 4 Prominent Riverside Man Passes Hi Death Oaims Elise Watkins Baker Plea Made For Sale of Xmas Seals FIRE DESTROYS FEED STORE Mrs. Elise Watkins Baker, died Sunday at her home in Magna after a lengthy illness. She win be remembered here for her work in music, when she lived here a An early morning fire destroynumber of years ego. She has been active in music .and church circles ed the feed store owned and opall her life and was teaching music erated by Art Michaelis at Garland, Wednesday. The first alarm prior to her illness. was sounded about 4 o'clock when She is survived by her husband, an employee of the o Alma Baker; her parents, Mr. and Sugar factory saw the blaze from Mrs. Joseph E. Watkins of Brig- the factory and turned in an alham City; a son, Grant W. Baker arm. After fighting the blaze for with the U. S. Army in France; a while, the Garland department two grandchildren; nine brothers turned in an alarm for the Treand sisters: Joseph H. Watkins, monton crew, who assisted as best Logan; E. W. Watkins, Ogden; C. they could to control the flames. C. Watkins, Norman Watkins, Mrs. It is not known definitely what Flora W. Walker, Brigham City; started the fire, but it is supposed David C. Watkins, Cedar City; that it started from the rear of Preston A. Watkins, San Francis- the building where the furnace wras co; Major B. M. Watkins and Mrs. located. Clara W. McMaster, Salt Lake. The building is a complete loss as well as the large amount of feed that was stored there. There WILDLD7E ASSOCIATION was some insurance. WILL PAY FOR MAGPH5S The building was first con The campaign for the eradication structed by John J. Shumway and of magpies is still under way, as was used as a dance hall and bassponsored by the Bear River Wild ketball gym for the high school, Life Federation, and 10c will be until the gymnasium was built. paid for each magpie head brought Later it was sold to G. G. Sweeten to Bill Sandall at his service sta- and was leased to the State for use of the National Guard unit. tion. Mr. Michaelis was the present owner. PUBLIC INVITED TO SECOND WARD XMAS BREWER HOME PROGRAM SUNDAY SOLD The Second Ward Christmas Mrs. Nettie Brewer has sold her services will be held Sunday after- home on North, First West Street noon at 3 o'clock instead of the to Nick Totorica. Mrs. Brewer usual hour of 8 p. m. The program and her daughter, Lucille, plan will be under the direction of the to move to Ogden in the near fuward choir and will consist of ture, where she and her son, HarChristmas songs. Readings of her old, have purchased a Duplex. The Brewers have made many own composition, by Mrs. Maud O. Cook, arranged especiolly for this friends in their five years stay service will be given in connection in Tremonton, and they have the with the choir numbers. Selections best wishes of all for their future. will also be given by the Victory Male Chorus. HOSPITAL BIRTILS Mr. and Mrs. Myron Giles a boy, The public is invited to attend. December 18th:. Members of the First Ward will Mr. and Mrs. Willis Christen-sen- , be special guests as the Second a boy, December 17th. Ward was last Sunday to their Mr. and Mrs. Leland Peterson, a girl, Docember 16th. Christmas services. AT GARLAND i ft i i 'i j: nr.. oni P"mrst Woodward it Victor Beeton 5 Mrs. and son Don, and daughter Judy, and Mrs. Ann $ rnent Sunday at Thatcher, 7figer where they attended the t) Idaho, funeral of Clyde Anderson. Mr. ftBj Anderson to a nephew of Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. Zeslger. Tr-- a n, i din-an- Greetings following registrants from this county have been inducted into the armed forces for the month of December: The Army: Levon Mills, Vera Allen Roche, Joseph Burke Jones, Gabriel Flo-re-z, Deryl Ross Young, Floyd William Kunzler, Arden M Hansen, Mark Gene Jensen, Oris Clark Rudd, Rex Clifford Roberts, Daniel J. Archibald, William Max Frost, Marvin Ralph Ashby, Lloyd Orren Hendricks, Clyde A. Hiro Muchi Nagao, Kan Yagi, Katsumi Sugimoto, Hjdeo Mayeda, James Katsumi Ishibashi, Mitsuru Moriyama and George Masao Soto. The Navy: James J. White, Vernal John Lund and Robert E. Jensen. A1 ; aend J Sor-enso- - i 4 , f Both-Frida- y, Uh,' DUCTEES LISTED - vv..v of manufacture, molasses are in high demand for feed use, far in excess The Food Production War Train. of the supply. These products are ing program is now offering course being limited for distribution to No. 22, "Water Conservation," in beet growers only. its series of OSYA classes. Various It is stated by company agents agencies of Utah met agricultural ' that the company is spending much recommended that this class and effort and money on the further be held in the various communities development of beet drills for the of this valley. It appears evident of which is seed planting segmented Utah's future agricultural that now in process in the St, George will be dependent, to a plant for the 1945 seeding. The re-- i welfare on the wise use of extent, suits as experienced in the past great water. two years in irrigation costs reducing labor of There are so many vital probthinning by use of segmented seed planted with precision drop-- : lems related to the subject of ping drills, has been highly satisfwater conservation, that it appears actory. It may be of some signific- that not a single operator or an ance also that the crops have been irri seated farm in Bear River Val of good tonnage and quality. ley would not be interested in sol ving some of these problems. There SERVICE HELD FOR are crucial periods on every tarm CLEVELAND S. McBRIDE where more water is needed. In the majority of cases, just turning A short prayer service was held more water into the ditch does Wednesday morning at Shaw and not solve the problem. There are Rogers Funeral Home for Cleve- conservation practices farmers land S. McBride, who died Sunday themselves must consider. it a Brigham City hospital after These classes are not only to lengthy illness. about what to do they are talk Bishop Wayne Sandall was in arge of the service here. The! actually TO DO BY ADOPTING THE RECOMMENDED PRACTI"My was then taken to Oakley, CES. Such Idaho for practices may be buildgraveside service and ouriaL ing measuring weirs, Mr. McBride was determining the disa son of J. W. head gates, to run water, the amount Julia Smith McBride, and has tance been a along with of necessary, soaking resident of Brigham City hundreds of other problems. w the past two years. The local group of agricultural MARRIAGE OF YOUNG agencies suggested that these disWUPLE ANNOUNCED cussions be held in the following communities: Fielding, Riverside, to. and Mrs. D. Merlin and North. Garland, East Grover, East ftne View Dam, Elwood, Deweyville, South Ogden, former residents of Penrose, announce the ond West Tremonton, Bothwell. Jmage of their daughter, Rita, Thatcher and Penrose. If any other Glen Allen, son of Mr. and community desires the class, Mr. ""L.W. Allen of Bothwell. Bunnell should be contacted at the iie marriage took place Tues- - high school. Melvin Hamilton and Winford have been consulted about Barrus A wedding dance and reception working together as discussion hel at wen VTor leaders and both have expressed December 29. The a willingness to is invited. Further word about these classes will be published later. Meanthat farmers will HPuller entertained while it is hoped local problem of be any thinking Wer on Saturday which Wftt li concerns itself with "Water I i Conservation. birthday and her son SSgt I Fuller, who is home on fur-RUests a the "a LIBERTY THEATRE TO the eveningenjoyed together. ENTERTAIN OLD FOLKS I pulp and beet r it Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Burbank of Oe- den, that their son, SSgt Luther Burbank, 23, was killed in action on Peleliu Island, Palau group, November 22, 1944, while serving with the Eighty First Infantry division. SSgt Eurbank was born June 11, 1921, in Deweyville. Prior to induction into the service he was engaged in doing farm work in Box Elder County. He received training at Camp Rucker, Alabama; Tennessee Maneuver area; Camp Horn, Arizona; Camp San Luis Obispo, California; and Camp Beale, California. The Expert Infantry medal was awarded him while at Camp Beale. He was assigned overseas last July. lie was a member of the L. D. S. OSYATO OFFER CLASSES IN WATER CONSERVATION molasses. t. W. . Mrs. Martilla L. Spencer, clerk Local Board No. 3 reports that the KILLED IN SOUTH PACIFIC - cane B p. DECEMBER IN- K eighty days. this Survivors include his parents, TThe volume of production somewhat reduced one brother, Parley Burbank, S 2c been has year house with the Navy in the South Pacific, by not operating the Steffen of mol- two sisters: Phyllis Burbank and plant for the reprocessing asses produced and purchased, for Mrs. Doris Jensen, of Ogden; and two grandparents: Mrs. Ellen Cook the extraction of additional sugar. of Ogden, and Mrs. B. S. Burbank The War Production Board requisitioned all molasses, except what of Brigham City. is necessary for feeding- purposes of beet growers, for the production of such vital war products as yeast aid citric acid Sugar beet molasses is superior for this purpose to cast NUMBER FOURTEEN 7V Successful Campaign Garland factory of the Utah ,Jho Sugar company completed manufacturing: campaign 1 Sting beets December 20th, about December making sugar A. Chnsten-distriOrson Sj, reports manager. successful it has been a fairly considering conditions and beets through the wet weather of November and leatet Utah-Idah- The Christmas season is upon us, the Sixth War Loan is sroing well, many people have had Christ- mas Seals mailed to them, for which they have mailed their check BUT HAVE YOU PURCHASED YOUR SEALS? Have you done your share to help prevent the spread of that dreaded disease, "Tuberculosis ?3" Tuberculosis tests are being given at the Bear River high school, to determine the This is only one of the many things being done to help check the spread of this disease. A positive tuberculin may mean that the individual has once had a tuberculosis infection which has become arrested and remained inactive for years. Of practical importance in mass examinations, is the discovery of incipient and active tuberculosis. Of the money spent for seals in Utah, 95 cents out of each one dollar remains in Utah to carry on the work needed in Utah, while only the remaining 5 cents goes out of the state to help support the national association. If you have a contribution you would like to make to this very worth while cause, please call or contact Mrs. Cannon. ty. STEVENS ILVVE DAUGHTER welL VETERAN HERE VISITS SSgt and Mrs. Bill Lorton, visited with relatives and friends here last week. Sgt. Lorton is a nephew of Mrs. Brig Williams. He i3 one of the 83 survivors of the torpedoed Japanese barge. lie entered the service in 1039 and was in the Pacific area when the Japs attacked Pearl Harbor. He was taken prisoner at Corriga-dor, in three major battles. SSgt. Cordon was one of the survivors, along with Lyle Knudsen of Portage, and has been awarded the same medals, including the Heart. Purple Zi A visit bv Sarta Claus to the youner people of Bear River Valley this year is assured, for final ar-- fj CHRISTENSEN FAMILY HOLDS ANNUAL PARTY rangements have just been completed by the Merchants The annual family party of the of and Lions Club Chamber Junior Committee of the Christen3on family was held SatCommerce. urday night at the home of Mr and Mrs. Wallace Christensen in to town down business be the at scheduled Santa is Faust Valley. A hot turkey supper section of Tremonton Saturday night at 7:30 with a was served after which the members were visited by Santa Claus bag of candy and nuts for all the little children. arid each received a gift. All mem-ler- s of the family were present. According to Ervin Stohl, chairman of the ?i children who are if there Other any guests were Vernon Stokes Merchants' committee, soe down town Judd to and cannot shut-ins Fosgreen of Bothwell. Santa, and get are let the committee koiiw, ana every cnoix win do - t t just made to have Sinta visit them. A musical program will be broadcast during the evening bv the Victory Male chorus and the Harmonwill music and carol other singing ettes of Garland. The be featured between 7 o'clock and 8 :30. F.vrrvone is invited to be on hand to greet the Grand Old Hrntleman. STORES CLOSED MONDAY i;j AH ImtlncMA houses In Tremonton will be IosxI on Monday In obttervanofl of the Xma holiday. Mi i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a baby girl at a ED FRONK ENTERS Brigham City hospital early Wed- BUSINESS IN BURLEY nesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frank have left Frank says it's "just what the Tremonton to make their home doctor ordered." in where Mr. Fronk Idaho, Burley, Both mother and baby are doing after participating Santa to Visit Tremonton At 7:30 Saturday Night Robert D. Macfarlane, 58, died Sunday evening at the family home in Riverside. He has been ill for several months. He has been an active member of the Riverside ward, having worked in the M. I. A. there for eleven years, during which time he was superintendent of the organization. He also served as superintendent of the Sunday School and Scout leader. He was a member of the Seventy quorum of that ward. At the time of his death, he was assistant postmaster of Riverside. He was born at West Portage, October 1, 1886, a son of Nevin and Hanna E. Mason Macfarlane. He was reared in Elba, Idaho, and married Rowane Udy, November 25, 1908 in Brigham City. He is survived by his wife and the following sons and daughters; Leo and Reed Macfarlane, Oakland California; J. W. Macfarlane, with the armed forces in Italy; Miss Leone Macfarlane, a Spar located at San Francisco; Mrs. Beth Bow-cut- t, Logan; Mrs. Rowane Roundy, Fielding: and the following all of Riverside, Ted, Ferris and Ardene Macfarlane; also seven grandchildren. He was the father of twelve children, three of them having died at an early age, and the following sisters: Mrs. Hanna Pettingill, of Yakima, Washington; Mrs. Grace Rcinking, Hayward, California and Mrs. Myrtle Green, Oakland, Cali ifornia, Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 1 p. m. in the Riverside ward chapel with Bishop Thomas Udy in charge. Interment will be in the Riverside Cemetery by Shaw and Rogers Funeral Home. has purchased the Plymouth Salea and Service Co. The Fronks have been in business here with Fronk Chevrolet for several years and will be missed by their friends and associates. ACCIDENT WRECKS CAR t, car driven by Arthur as he was entering Tremonton from the north Wednesday afternoon is almost a complete wreck, according to several who have seen it Mr. Merriot lost control of the machine when a tire blew out. The car swerved across a vacant lot next to the home recently pur- The Mer-riot- chased by Leon Christiansen, and crashed into the foundation and steps of the home. Very little damage was done to the home, but the car was badly crushed. No serious injury was sustained by Mr. Merriot or the child who was riding with him. THE ERNEST CORNWALLS' HAVE DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cornwall s nre happy in receiving on thrir baby daughter. old biby The little December Sth, and arrived prl has already nrule a permanent place for herself in the Cornwall contrrat-ulatlon- five-mont- home. Mr. and Mrs. George Crozier left this week to spend Christmas holidays in California with their son, Vern, who ia in training there for the Navy.