|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
4' 1945 flabby. 'anuary 61 Stct l&t Fcods 4.H - 11 BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, TREMONTON, UTAH ELWOOD la Uteh - L&st Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Hunsaker entertained at a family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hunsaker of Logan, and all their sons and daughters were there. All enjoyed the day. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hunsaker spent the holiday vacation visiting among relatives here. Thursday afternoon the old folks of the ward were entertained at the home of Bishop Fridal. A hot dinner was served, after which games were played. It was Mr. Sol man's eighty-fiftbirthday and special honor was given to him as !he is the oldest man of the ward The Old Folks committee was in charge of all arrangements, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Petersen and daughter, Lavera, Mrs. Janusine Petersen, Mrs. Gladys Oggs and children, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Petersen and family, and Mrs. Mary E. Petersen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Petersen, Sunday. Miss Jean Mortensen, of Salt iLake City, spent the weekend, a guest of her grandmother. Mrs. jMary Mortensen. Mrs. Mortensen and Mary daughter, Ethel, and Mr. and Mrs Enos Mortensen were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vanderhide on Christmas day. Warren Hansen represented the Stake Presidency at the regular Sacrament meeting Sunday evening. He also attended the teach-eireport meeting. He and Mr. Jchnson (Mrs. Reginald Hunsak-er'- s father) of Logan, were the i A, Nurse's Aides Needed By Artny At Uushnell h I in team winners riTH'S the 1544 tl ,i i H Dairy Foods above) left, are (from raHeckman and Margene Cox, 51 Each of Providence. the from Bond W) War and Mar-K- fS t?v" e Co. Mary t Sn nnstrated "Making Ice fene " purpose of the to show others how sastrat' daS products in keeping F Dem-N'a- ; f j.:' j .nt ( Fights for Free-- fnroeram. and to gain experand public in food preparation rSr-FS- d i speaking- - SEE US IF YOU NEED MUiMUi rates and repayterms reasonable Interest ment s' convenience. suit your LOANS AUTOMOBILE and Mrs. Thomas Abel were very happy Sunday to have their family all at home except their Mr. son, John, who lives in California. They are, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Abel and son and Miss Erma Abel BROUGH Agency JAMES of Ogden; Miss Jean Abel f Poc-- i atello; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conger, of Brigham City, and Cpl. and Mrs. James G. Abel. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hansen are very happy over the safe ar-- I rival of a son, born to them at the Valley hospital recently. President C. E. Smith is expect-- j ed to be the speaker at our Geneal- ogical meeting next Sunday eve-- I ning. A good musical program has !been arranged. Tremonton, Utah ! i RIVERSIDE A. A. Forsberg returned home from the Valley hospital the last of the week and is reported to be recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Van Leuven, of Downey, Idaho, and their son ;Ted and daughter Jean Georgeson and husband of Pocatello, were among the out of town relatives here Tuesday to attend the funeral of Delber Bowers. The Van Leu-velived here several years ago. The Darrell Wellings, of Salt iLake, and Mrs. Effie Welling of Brigham, were New Year's guests iof Mr. and Mrs. Karl Welling, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen and json went to Ogden, Wednesday to visit with relatives for a few days. Donald Davis spent the weekend in Salt Lake. The family of Ray Capener went to Salt Lake Monday to visit with relatives. Winona Capener was the guest of friends in Deweyville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Barlow of Tremonton were visiting with the Karl Wellings Sunday. ' Darrell Hansen, of East Garland, sjent two days with Jack Welling. Both boys are in training but were home for the holidays. A group of young folks went sleight riding Saturday evening, after which they enjoyed a supper at the Leland Capener home. j IS THE MY TIME ns TO REPAIR j 1CT0RTIRES bring them 1 A A, in f ilirmMerhem J' eu TIRE z tliH'KZTfTJ'J it'll i ' ' POULTRY NETTING AND FIELD FENCE A SIZE FOR NEED EVERY UMBER AND BUILDING NEEDS Weather Board Sheet Rock Bolts Window Glass Paints Nails CHINA AND GLASS DINNERWARE ice friends. DEWEYVILLE MANY ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS for 6, 8 or 12 Also Open Sets Ford Jeppson, Manager ter of Mrs. Leslie J. Anderson, of An appeal for qualified Nurse's Aides to work at Bushnell hospital, Erigham City, is made by Bryant T. Cash, local representative Miss Grace Anderson, of Port- spring. of the U. S. Civil Service Commis- Nlelson and sons of Brigham City. Mr. and Mrs. Alvero Burbank land, Oregon, was the guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Diderickson, sion. Mr. Cash stated that Nurse's and Mr. and Mrs. George BurLaiik mother, Mis. Mary Anderson dur- of Tremonton, visited here with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Anderson Aides are rendering an invaluable cf Mapleton. visited at tire home ing the holidays. Mrs. Margaret Johnson is visit- - Saturday and Sunday. contribution to the war effort by of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Burbank Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ray spent ing in Connne, the guest of her giving the extra atteniton and care last Thursday. Mrs. Lucinda Loveland has her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Forsgren. to wounded service men that is so New Year's eve in Ogden with Miss Deo Christensen. of Tre-- , their daughters, Irva and Doris. vital to effect their speedy and FranJdaughters as her guests over was uie guest or Miss munton, Mr. Rnri Mrs Titv f? AnHprann Ule recoverv Th isjnrco-iiouuays. complete Anuerbon juo.iuay ana, attended a testimonial in honor of UUJjeue Aides also relieve trained nurses Sandy. December 31st Mr. and DeMar Mitchell, son of Bishop and to perform professional duties for;!rS- Duett Lovalnd entertained at Tuesday. is u:iinor the Mrs. Albert Mitchell of Clinton, Darrein. and following: seriously critically ill patients. Some of the normal duties of a Loveland, Miss Capener and Frank in in Corinne, the guest of her Sunday evening. DelMar left Janu-J- . daughter, Mrs. John Cranier. Lawson, T. M. 3c. Nurse's Aide are to bathe patients, ary 3 to join the Merchant Marines. ounui-rm- , iu ouh- en-Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Burbank ! Mr, and MrS- jjard Bailey of take and record temperatures, visited the Thatcher Brigham, one tertained relatives STyhee. Idaho, were guests of Mr. evening school pulse, and respiration; to prepare on Monday to inspect the and Mrs. Erie dur were the ing for holidays. They Compton Saturday patients meals, feed helpless system. and Sunday. patients; carry trays; to keep the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burbank, of,11 Mr- heating d Mrs- Farrell Summers; the officers Thursday wards in good order, and to supnly San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. M.j entertained at a turkey dinner at t and teachers evening Burbank Mr. Mrs. of both the Sunday cf and the needs of patients. Mapleton, in BthweU in honor School and Nurs?'s Aides are employed at S. A. Mrrble of Tremonton, anditluur homeUrsPrimary sponsored a and Ktnneth Anderson. Christmas partv Lt f Dewey-!ofor the entire a salary of $1440 per anura plus Mrs. Charles Burbank of Robert Fx;k. of Providence, spent ward. Games and children's dances overtime making a total of ap- ville. several da3's this week visiting ;we re enjoyed and formed the Betty Schieb, of Salt Lake City, proximately $1750 per anum. Perher. " here with the ning pastime. Mr. and Mrs. Santa holidays sons selected must be certified Red Cross Nurse's Aides with a mini- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.ICoileen Packer spent last week in Claus came and presented ione with candy and nuts and an 'Logan. mum of 150 hours of service in of and orange. Phyllis, Ti1a Bishop nn daughter oa Miss wards of approved hospitals. stjindin Saturday evening the annual visitin Qualified Nurse's Aides are urg- Mrs. Clarence "ryer, did not get to Veina standing havc was helJ. uned to immediately apply in person Fpena unnsimas at home, but had in Qgden with their sister, Mrs. n'arried folks P3"1 the direction of President Mrs. ending New Year's. George Bowcutt. Bushnell General Hospital, BrigShe is training at the Dee hospital.! Mrs Rae Rasmussen has iustiEarl Christenn and her commit ham City. vuiuMxy evening at rduie.n, recently returned from the Bush tee. Mr .and Mrs. James Wisrht were in charge of the games. Mr. me special speaKers were, nell hospitai v4th a bjlby boy. meeting Proam iVl13" uu u- W1:1IK cwnauciea Captain and Mrs. Roger Robin- - 1 uLti or vonsequences. Dwain Archibald of Garland. Mrs. Aim AAt- son Dllflne nnl T?lltH r7.rAMrcrnw QrrHTirrA,! n Mrs. Clarence Fryer and daugh- - man, trom "ft1 tt,u Mrs. Grace K&irns, of songs and readings. Mrs. Erie ter Phyllis vusited friends in Beaver, Haws and M Hyrum Marble r i The following women have ac- ii' aru on aunuay. from Garland snent Christmas Compton directed the decorations Barbara Snow and . Mildren Jean with Mr. and Mrs Wvnn TTanspn and tables and Mrs. Christensen, cepted important positions on the , U J taueuJ ,.f Mrs. Ivy Christensen, Mrs. Joseph uie 1.jiltjuc m committee of arjd children. production the Box a XT 1 KTrln Mr. H. Garland Clarke at Mrs. and '"IS- T1. iKe 1cwnutn " i Mr3Elder County Chapter, American Mr. and Mrs Leslie Reese andi"-- ' Red Cross, according to announce- on Sunday. son, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Munns .ari Anaorson served the hot chicken dinner. Gifts were exMr. and Mrs. Kermet Hansen and ment made by William C. Horsley. family have been visiting with and a new president Lake of and Salt children, changed City, chairman: Production their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chapter elected. Mrs. Floyd Adams will chairman, Mrs. Ben Grant; sew- snent Saturday and Sunday here Richardd. Miss Emma Lou Stander of Og- serve o during the coming year. ing chairman, Mrs. Maxwell Pohl; at the home of Martin Gardner. Sixty-twhome New Year's attended the affair, returned They Mrs. Dennis den, Dave Stander and son Tony of knitting chairman, Those from out of town were, Mr. Johnson; secretary, Mrs. Ivan Nel- day. Tremonton, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy son. Having general charge of Bowcutt and family, and Mrs. Nor-ee- n and Mrs. E. N. Didrickson of Trevolunteer special services, includTurner and son have been vis- monton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bard of Tyhee, Idaho. ing production, is Mrs. J. Leo Neliting with Jed Earl and family Failey volunteer son, during the holidays. special service Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hansen and chairman snent Christma-- i in TjOrrrm familv comthe Assisting production A formal dance, sponsored bylwith nd Mr Hansen mittee in their various commun- the Future Progress Guild will bejand Mr and Mr3 s A Johnson ities are Mrs. Oscar Strand and held night at the Fielding Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood have Mrs. F. M.. Christensen, Tremon- ward Friday ABSTRACTOR in the recreation hall. for California where they will left ton; Mrs. C. G. Adney, Corinne; 40 Years Established Miss Jean Allred and Miss Erchilthe winter with their Mrs. Rachel Nelson and Mrs. Les- ma Grover in spend Mr. and Mrs. Owen Stokes Wednesday spent BRIGHAM dren, CITY, UTAH ter Brunker, Willard; and Mrs. Ogden. Mrs. P. Christensen. J. and Ivan Hunsaker, Honeyville. Ward Miss Pauline Packer and Miss, Kener .society organizations are helping materially in the distribu tion and supervision of the work in Brigham City. Two hundred pounds of articles, completed under the direction of former sewing chairman, Mrs. Luella Jensen, were recently shipped for distribution to hospitalized services personnel. and The present quota consists of 200 bedside bags, 200 kitbags, 200 housewives, 50 pajamas, 100 bedroom slippers, 33 pairs of bed sox, and 38 pairs hospital sox. Miss MEN'S Louise Call, executive secretary of Cross Red American local the GLOVES chapter, wrho recently returned American from conferring with Brown Jersey and Red Cross officials, Pacific Area office, reports that the Western Orange Napouts. States have an increasing respon LIMIT! sibility for hospital articles, es pecially, with the thousands of casualties returning to our hospi tals each month. With the splendid Men's leadership and support being given the local production program, it is PAY DAY felt that Box Elder County will Heavy wool fleece and suede. do its just share to meet this increasing need. Dark Winter Shades. The production center will re Friopen, after the holidays, this day, January 5th. The Amercan Legon has extended the use of the Cold All Sizes. War Memoral Home, 126 E. Foractivities. rest St., for production LIMIT! Materials are provided from the Red American budget of the local Cross chapter, with the exception Boys' of yarn, which is purchased by the national organization. Supervision BIG MAC and guidance is given at the center to 2 from every Friday afternoon 5, but women unable to go to the Exclusive Cunapac fabrics and all wool in Center can obtain materials by Warwick fly front models! contacting any member of the committee. Also instructions can be obtained from said members. Atfes 6 to 11. i ... f - visit-jMr- s. ' - - j - eve-spe- nt every-Frye- r. ir Women Accept duction Assignments - 1 . a 11 1 . . a-- t m - - FIELDING S. NORMAN LEE IjOI-,n- -n All The Time in 45 . , DEPEND ON PENNEYl able-bodi- ed PRICES REDUCED! WORK Ladies WINTER COATS $14 $1600 $20 OVERALLS '1.88 For Weather Men's Overcoats $1675 $225 $2475 OVERALLS ?1 B BATI0N 0 tabu mu , stamps Q5 through SV5 through X5 (Book Four) i Union Suits CUT DECORATION $284 TUMBLERS Red and T5 are now Set of Blue FOODS C4 and B2 X5 through G2 (Book Four) are now-vali- SUGAR Sugar stamp 24 (Book now Four) good for five pounds is becomes valid. New sugar stamp valid February 1, 1945. SHOES Airplane stamps No. in1, 2, 3, (Book Three) are good definitely. Stamp A14 GASOLINE 4 gallons) expires March for (good 18. Applications for supplemental be mailed gasoline rations must before weeks two boards in to the be signmust needed. is They gas ed, endorsed and accompanied by mileage record. 33 13 per cent O e o f Cocktail size. 6 Fruit Juice Size. 6 Table Tumblers. RAPID-FL- O FILTER DISKS Box of 100 Single Face. 6'X inch Diameter. 66 wool 13 er cent cotton. Sizes 40 to 16. n.oo valid. PROCESSED stamps through Men's Part Wool LIMIT! ) MEATS, FATS, ETC. 17 21. 1945. formers' Cash Union Geraldine Anderson, little daugh- THATCHER Perry, is living here with her aunt Mrs. Harvey Slate. She expects to Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Wood and remain until school closes. Mr. and Mrs. N. Peter Marble had as their guests several days family were the guests of Mr. and William Burton has gone to Og- ago, Cleo Marble and friend of Mrs. O'Keith Adams of Layton on ien to assist at the defense plants Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Henry Tuesday and Wednesday. until he can work on his farm this T FIRE INSURANCE Page Three A' , j 'f" 50 per tent wool '"',-,..in -W. - .Vi- $3.98 mm- .- -- ... J Roys' Long- - Wearing" Scuff less Tip DRESS SHOES Sizes 8 1-- 2 to 11 1- Sizes 12 to 2 -2 $269 $249 Sanitized lining-- . . . Leather soles Metal hooks and eyes for easy lacinjr.