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W Wf 4MfM5fiP It il TREMONTON of the Board of County Budget for Year Increased to $305,528.00 E. J. Fjeldstead, executive secre- -' tary, and Charles Goodliffe, field; sevretary of the Northern Utah; Memorial Services Held At East Garland Sunday on Tuesday, S M. Morrison to office of the oath elected county officials rtv NUMBER SIXTEEN CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1945 CIVIC CLUB OFFICERS ADDRESS LIONS New County Officials Jake Oath of Office meeting ,t theCommissioners rr Associated Civic Clubs, were the At a meeting of the County Department 1944 1945 ; n on T. uecemwr rtrt at4 me luiiiMieuii LJ, meeting of the Tremonton Lions the budget for the calendar year County Road Maintenance $32,000.00 ?42,050.00 Club lv new Wednesday evening. The pro-- ; 1915 was adopted with an esti- -' County Road License Plate Money 32,000.00 32,000.00 rSrrl the arA &" Lewis o. was unuer me direction or. mated expense or .jud.dzs.uu as :ei 10.433.00 ii as iuo 10,433.00 pauper pun(j oe romrmssioners . AT'."L' committee with compared with $259,181 for the Allrn Legislative jthe 0rlan3 ;. at1,200.00 Mann as COUntV " Special Memorial Services were Clifton G. M. Kerr as chairman, past year, an increase of $46,347. jOO.OO and w ait" X elfare 53,000.00 Pubhc Fund 53,000.00 conducted Sunday in the East Gar-- , Bob Scholer gave a humorous read- The major item on the increased .'. Weed Control Fund 25,000.00 25,000.00 Ointments were made as fol- - land Ward chapel for Cpl. Harold ing. ''budget is the setting up of a Post- - Noxious ' 32,500 00 Isaacson, oldest son of Edwin and The theme of the talks were War project fund in the amount Post-Wa- r Project Fund 2,680.00 2,680.00 Wight, by unanimous vote, the late Dora Korth Isaacson, pending legislation which vitally of $32,500.00 which was not in- - Justices Court Jriamed chairman of the board Harold was killed in combat in effect the welfare of Utah as a eluded last year; however, last District Court 4,070.00 2,57000 France December 23, 1944. 'state and the northern section of! year an $8,000.00 appropriation statutory and General 30,087.00 22,370 00 County commissioners. appointed I a N. Austin was 14,195.00 15,615.00 The chapel was filled to capaci- - Utah- Mr- Goodliffe complimented was made to take care of election county Sheriff I eounty road supervisor, eiiecuve tv with the recreation hall used mcmbers of the club who have been expenses of the year. 9,200.00 9,200.00 jclerk and Auditor i active in Presenting: legislation in County road maintenance wu: extra January 2nd. for out the Assessor 8,400.00 7,940.00 seating. Among was ap-- f of town that has proved beneficial upped some $10,000 00 with a to- Dr Harold L. Pearse relatives attending the the 00 10170 Recorder 9,490.00 the for ' i ....... j mbted county physician v,i i.m'n ui utc sunx. n,uw.uu services were; Air and Mrs Ell- 7,535.00 7,295.00 The aivision of highway funds Compared with $64,000.00 last year, County Treasurer iSthem part of the county and wood Bingham, Mr. and Mrs Cliff 3,765.00 for 3,495.00 as County license White stateAttorney road physician cities E. h. $32,000.00 jthe county county p, Adamson of Logan, Mr. and Mrs. iby 495.00 459.00 western parts of I the northern and Fred Korth Mr. and Mrs H was discussed. Some of the prob-- j plate money being included in this County Surveyor 450.00 450.00 and lems Health to the comiriS session UP Quarantine "ext ae county. figure. Clark of Garland; Mr. and Mrs! in the was I t as the increases and Other mentioned 6,940.00 6,400.00 Grounds budget ;of appoint-Petersen ,egislature Buildings Lee Isaacson, Ogden- Mr and Mrs Andrew court house, John Isaacson, Deweyville- Mrslwere: teachers: salaries, funds over last year are in the exhibits County Extension 3,231.00 3,450.00 ed custodian of the as- use, plan-lan- d advertising fund, district County Commissioners , Reed Oyler, Mr and Mrs Olsen carmarked for post-wa- r 5,175.00 6,450.00 with John N. Petersen as his Brie-ha&70.00 895.00 Citv Mrs Vern Ovipr' ninS and zoning committees for 'court, sheriff's office, assessor, re- Juvenile Court j siatant and county. Centennial anni-- 1 corder, treasurer, building i Mr. a Tremontonto th t was rep-chosen i Wight TTri t amor ami versary in 1947, Utah Water Stor- - grounds, commissioners depart resent the commissioners on the Tla atvi and the big game ments. County Burton, who at present live with,ag:e commi Welfare committee and School Decreases are noted in statutory commission. out of town relatives. I Mosquito Abatement program. v jand general fund, and juvenille court expenses. tO pauper fund, public welfare, 18-2- 5, 11200 UTAH weed control, justices court, clerk A rlrlfnccPTA HTAt;n mi ! A 1 TvT A urn nn th TH iueeimg;an(j auditor, surveyor and health The Bear River high BChol un" and quarantine remain the same WiHmve the direction of the O. S. Y. A. jder Active participation in the Par-'- J More than 1200 Utah farmers!. t p,., 'piog:ram' again ms year 13 offer- JP KltCS Tl under new Selective face draft T Association helps to CC 113 iacmues ana neip in re- lin& Service plans announced by James COUlT promote interest and success in 1 OllCe fOr PenSlOnS pairing .and construction of farm BoWerS school activities. Participation The auto mechanics , equipment. so nrovides a. means nf hwnminff deferments as many agricultural Wil1 ShP 0pened Monday and 'as possible in the 18 through 25 The last sessions Bishop Joseph A. Erickson was informed on problems of educa- -' from 6 to 10 for or.',lYe93iTliuraday Rich, in charge of the funeral services uonai interest. age group, Col. H. Arnold passed the "Widows Orphans, fll, hem in rnMn state director, said Wednesday. The next T. A. wid-P. conducted Tuesday at the Rivermeeting at Following are the annual re-- ; Bill' providing pensions for tp fm. I Utah now has 1075 nonfathers side ward for Delbert on scnool children of World ow9 and War of auditorium, Bowers, of Mciuniey ports City Marshal Henry .motorized equipment. Mr. Howard , 4u J1a and 191 fathers aged 18 through Collinston, who passed away last January 11th, at 8 rison and Kleon Kerr, precinct Auger has been contacted and he week. o'clock, .affords patrons and any court justice for the past year. Mr. not the veteran was receiving a will 25 holding agricultural deferments. be there to give any help he In addition to the age group pre- The opening: musical number was one interested an excellent oppor- - Morrison's report contains the pension at the time of his death. can. to a! inalhear a discussion of This compensation will not be ferred by the armed forces for number of arrests and other !a duet, "Though Deepening Trials" tunity The farm mechanics shop will (taction are 369 nonfathers and by Marian Hales and Lena Tubbs. problem. Through Colonel tivities, while Mr. Kerr's report lowed widows who have remarried, be openedd for all who wish help in of Bushnell 949 fathers, 26 to 30, holding farm either once or more than once. jthe prayer was offered by Thomas Hardaway from the hospital,hasa is for convictions made in casesn Widows their farm machinery or repairing no who have deferments. which have come under his dependents hospital Y. Simmons, after which Floyd H psychiatrist the construction of any needed to secured ex be an income have annual the and isdiction the year, speaker during t The Utah Selective Service chief Johnson spoke of his associations Police Report ceeding $1000.00 and widows who equipment At the present time revealed Utah's manpower supply with the deceased, and paid tribute of the evening. His topic will bej there are a number of community ' some misde-Goo- d have "Mental of Health. and criminal phase dependents but have an anArrests, as follows: to the family. musical numbers will supple-- ; meanor, 45; Arrests, for traffic nual income exceeding $2500.00 shops giving help to the farmers 3482 men. These men, while A vocal duet, entitled "In The ment the of that area. D. Milton Marble has program. violation, 86; transients housed and will not be eligible for these grants. been technically available for induction, Garden," was rendered by Beth chosen as leader at Both well, public is cordially invited fed, 25; business house doors found Eligible widows and orphans will are usually depleted in part by and Barbara Bishop, followed by andiheencouraged as leader of ThatchErie Compton come. to in the following unlocked, 34; A. W. O. L. soldiers receive pensions failure to pass physical examinatiC. R. Williams, a member of the er and Penrose, Joseph Oyler as amounts: stolcars ons and apprehended, 4; reported deferment. Beaver Dam ward Bishopric, who leader of East Garland, and Wayne en, 4; stolen cars recovered, 4; Specialized Deferment of words to Widow the comfort Francom $34.00 as leader of the Elwood spoke only bicycles reported stolen, 6; stolen Widow 3292 men. Of this group, bereft 45.00 section. These men are ready to with one child family. taxes 5; recovered, bicycles dog 65 nonfathers and 47 fathers in the A vocal solo ."Shall We Meet 5.00 give you any help you might need Each additional child 1 sold, 62; dogs killed, 36. il u no age group noia 18.00 in repairing or construction of new One child, no widow was specialized Beyond the River," Justice's Report These include chemists f uny 27.00; equipment. Their shops and equip- sung by Norma Erickson, Failure to observe stop signs Two children and research workers. The remain- - followed by a talk by Bishop R. J. 36.00 ment have been rented by the high children Three der in the 26 to 30 Many people from Bear River and lights, 31; parking in public Each additional child 4.00 school to accomodate the men in age group in-- : Fotter, who also recalled incidents parking by fire hyd- Maximum per month elude 423 nonfathers and 2756 of the life of Mr. Bowers. The Valley attended the funeral ser- driveway,18; 3; overtime that area and it is hoped that you per vices in Ogden Thursday for six rants, parking, 1; fathers. While 74.00 will make use of these centers. registered as hold-- 1 closing remarks were made by of the victims family on Main trucks of the Southern parking Street, 18; a? necessary deferments, this lat-- ; Widows of World War I veterWill men who wish to come to Bishop Erickson and Norma Erick- - Pacific train WTeck last Sunday parking on sidewalk, 18; speeding, i3 expeciea to iurnisn then sang "Sometime We'll morning. The six included Mr. and 17; failure to obtain operator's ans desiring information or assist- the high school shops for help and cany inductees under new tight Understand," and Bishop Thomas Mrs. Jack Francis, Mrs. Francis permit, 17; expired permit, 5; dis- ance in filing applications for these to work, please meet Monday night wing of draft laws. pronounced the benediction. being a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. orderly conduct, 3; drunkeness, 4; pensions contact Ardith L. Beck, January 8, at 8 o'clock in the high 2309 men. Men of this class- - Udy The grave in Riverside Cemetery Vernon Packer of Cutler Dam andfailure of licensee to have opera-- a special service officer for the school shop that the nights you ificaUon, 18 to 26. include 452 non- was dedicated by Cornelius Bell of sister of Mrs. Stephen Hales; tor's permit in possession, 31; American Legion. Phone 15 from 'wish to work and the type of equip- atiers and 33 fathers who are Collinston. and Mr. and Mrs. Porter and their wreckless driving, 3; parking in 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Phone ment you wish to work on may be m mannme or merchant decided. two daughters Peggy and Mary. bus zone, 16; permitting illegal 468-- J in the evenings. "arine service. The 26 to 30 aee There is a course in welding gomotor vehicle, 5. of was Mrs. Mr. Porter a of sister operation 351 at the present time at the high athera!Christensen on ing side, 1; park- ELAINE GEPIIART AND Francis. wrong Passing - "iu lauiers, axe cmeiry d school and those who are taking in of Fire front 1; Total set casualties Station, have been ing in SHERMAN HAULING UNITED railways, mines, mari-cm- e it it is one of the most that failure say the peace, 5; at 49. with manv ininred rpreivinp-- disturbing IN HOME WEDDING service, smelters or military classes to official obtain 18; interesting they have treatment inspection, at various hospitals. retaliations. v Draft Policies Funeral services were conducted The majority of those killed and failure to obtain official In addition afternoon bv Bishop injured were service men. The tion, 1 ; illegal parking other than A lovely candllight ceremony to the above classif i fctions of men which is said to be theiaDOVe, 5 Walton for Helen Christen- - wreck, ,Qj James lmrW ou Friday evening at 5:00 o'clock in TTav, . uuui nas, u uauvu m i 10cm A. Fines run from $1.00 to $40.00. T:i,;. oau men 30 m vvuns oi uie united Miss Marian Elaine Gephart y nuuiy yeais aaugnier and Over Who hold' second occured when Chrissection the and and Sherman H. Hailing, G. M. 2c. To Be classification and 0 and Verna May Barfusa Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bennett President C. E. Smith 10,421 man . . ... The child died at a Salt of the Southern Pacific Limited officiated at n riaa3irirn itpn.cen i iiujuiuir j Don. judaiie, ui iiey, ithe double ring ceremony before ILake hospital Sunday morning of; ran into the first section about ;dn'J oiugnuer, 1UU1weie guesu on Funeral services will be conduct- Jy ttL aitar of pJms and roses, following pneumon-- , 18 miles west of Ogden. The cause USment draf.fc Vl: complications iet ed of the tragedy is being investigated the Aarl Bennett home. They were so tr 59 Fridiiy at 2 P- m- m the Pen- ia. tafwhite The bride, cowned in u.i to Lake enroute Salt City. rose railroad officials. P1 for Bpssie l- Ackerson by and carrying feta with a halo veil . . rh tVia rliw" ,Wliifolmr which were or garaemas ana roses " shower not Important to two numbers by the ward choir, B. H. Adams was in Salt Qie war . .. . , ., in rnat u,wu th famltv hnmt '"Till or on ner and me arm effort, of Hour er.tereo "Sweet iauier. nj j Prayer," n i In VleW Wednesday to attend a meeting of Miss Emma Lou rvf n l '1Xr TVTat ine lmuy i.naai JUSL nroln " a trvol snln hv cousin ilwvtr i Stander, Cor-i Mountain the Rocky Packing To Be ln3uction which of the bride, was her only atten-fl.- movea mere irom I'lomoniory me w, began to de--! Eunice Ravsten and an organ solo poration managers. Iast and wore nink taffeta and previoiLS week. They had teen res- 't0p September and reached iby Mrs- Genevieve Walker, lidents of Promontorv since 1904. ,i Leo shortage of 200,000 men ..j Prayers were offered by She had been ill for several years. lanabeniorout December 31. as well as Barfuss and John Barf uss, and the OI rta io1ks l Mrs- Whitaker was born August A formal will be;scaKe Mrs.! ntfeibride 0f men ln wa'r yun? dancing party G. acted as best man. afM industry, prave was dedicated by Joseph 5. groups ana uieir paruiers oi uie Thomas 12. 1885 at Holten. Kansas. She Fridav riven evening. January tradlare the ;Ws Matney played being tightened to Christensen. rrake "- married Willis W. Whitaker in uiris THo Demg sponsorea Dy ine junior "work or n snow 'tinnal weoaing march - . uumThe speakers were Leo Earl, ana hnii will mnrpaont fight." ' u. Mrs. September 5, 1907, Ogden ineir icaaer, men 30 10 38 are j. Mrs. Gephart, the bride's mother, ?ven h being George Stenquist and Bishop Wal-- q xi r.ti, ,i oa carnival for the evening. are her husband and Surviving draft boards to ton. :,7J All ward presidents and super- - wore fuchia with- a corsage of the following sons and daughters: ne Semi they! She is survived by her parents rK111 servlceTIJ tf. i reonif their deferment- and the following brothers and Nevada: Mrs. Marv S. Stokes. Possible can- ters: PauL Gay, Lynn, and a two (Corinne. Leonard J. Whitaker, After a wedding supper during Promontory; Mrs. Selma Mattson, V hteroiwi ff 84016 Ume "tiht weeks old baby brother; also four 13 Mrs. which Chas. Mr. the bride and groom cut Enonclaw, Washington, and Mrs. rtlf &ven and "ff Bft grandparents, their wedding cake, the couple left! Annie E. Randrew. Paradise. Utah: v oariuisa ui 1 i in iv'J ai'u, anu !for a short honeymoon. Mrs. irall- - aao g grandchildren and one sis- Mrs. Joseph G. Christensen, of suit oitcF( Mrs Lulu Granger, Penrose. ing wore, a gou uian. and to movinguarkston, City Ordinance, Sec. 395: "Cling-inblack patent with - 01 grey BiannerView River was in Bishop Jesse Petersen will have travel-the Interment 1 City Mh vehicles. It shall be unlawful for any person accessories, of the funeral and intercharge Cemetery. roller ing- upon any bicycle, motorcycle, coaster, sled, at "r sister home of Mr. and ment will be in the Penrose of The bride, daughter Dan Taylr. The emL skates, or any toy vehicle to cling to or attach him-- V Mrs. Fred C. Gephart of Tremonenrontn xrw i7xffi ' r.vjnvrn t it-- t t "re Con t self or his vehicle to any other moving vehicle upon ton, attended St. frw nt Knit Ijikfl Otv. nnd HOLIDAY TOGETHER any roadway." GENEALOGICAL COMMITTEE the University of Oregon. The TO (X)M)UCT MEETING Members of the family of Mrs. To help prevent accidents and possible injury, I beg the bridegroom EP a son of Mr. and is B. S. Burbank spent Christmas to prohibit their children riding on sleds tied be Mrs. Heber Hailing of Bear River The meeting Sunday evening in parents &iy at her home in Brigham City, movjnjr on the city streets or catching onto cars City and is stationed with the the Second Ward will be conducted IB o. A I'reseni were Air. ami iia- - wivn l uwi United States Coast Guard at by the Genealogical committee. Mr. arx' and SllUlnj; Oil HIV MILri hvv;w. T'lem Zon Modern Family Marble of Tremonton; ser- Seattle, Washington. weeks near some and two the in done very of this The service will begin at 8 o'clock past mect Monday eve- - Mrs. Henry Burbank, San at Mr. Mrs. L. and Burke accidents. ious Gephart, and speakers will be Mr. and Mrs. Un toe wM- Mr. and Mrs. Mart Burbank .c,ock of Santa Monica, flew here for the Squires, offlciators at the Logan Vicf?ht Mrs. Powr Preston, Idaho; Mr. and CITY MARSHAL wedding, returning home after a Temple. A good musical program Anyon Interested tor Burbank, Ogden, and Mr. and two has also been arranged. day visit Invited to attend. Mrs. Gas Burbank of Deweyville. ad-Je- IT1 1 r . 1 1 1 ""I 1 ,,!. 1 . S j 'S ! j j j ; j - 1 - rt ' ! - - j - - htw Offers Bear River High Help to All Farmers of the Valley In Repairing: and Constructing Equipment I Bushnell Officer FARMERS, ITnT mn iUUrei llial pQr Desert ridCl - j 1A Ornlinnc UrpiianS nf ent-Teach- er And ArtlvitlP! i Of Past Year ! World War I Veterans Eligible ' 'uh . Mor-Thursda- y, j jur-bee- last-minu- te TRAIN WRECK VICTIMS KNOWN LOCALLY . 0 4 beauti-sfeferme- S?!iJttl em-H'e- nt Child Services Held l registra-Wednesda- 1 j Whitaker Buried Friday Oessie . 2-- B ti- -- - rI u - - - tiiii Young Folks A - - Guests at Dancing: Party - j,,, rr ....... .... - - - j or,.f "TZ: "r:: -- - u - sis-on.A- rtl w.c.w.bv WARNING w- v. - pin-stri- pe j - rh j muc Fiau-cLsc- 111 4w ""'is o; i.